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Dan's Northvale, NJ Book Signing Was an Epic Success!
"That for this weekend special so a lot happened since I've been with you last first we had a book signing Friday in Northvale New Jersey I expected like 350 people 500 people showed up it was crazy the nicest people huge shout out to the cops and a lot of people showed up I I had some DEA guys FBI guys couple of 75 precinct guy ESU SWAT guys there and one guy came up to me and said Dan I love it when you give shout outs to the truckers and the HVAC guys and the carpenters and the electricians and the steam fitters but you got to mention this railroad guys shout out to the railroad guy and railroad guys out there we love you too but seeing everyone up close and personal is crazy we were there three and a half hours guy said the book signing was nuts our last book signing for a while little while probably not the last one but for a while is this week in Dallas so this is kind of a weekend update on Diana Ball here Dallas this Friday November 17th 2pm local time Grapevine Texas at the Books -A -Million don't miss it we will be there their WBAP audience Jim is saying this is going to be the most packed one yet we've had anywhere from 300 to 800 people these things they're always crowded I don't know we'll see Jim's saying yes WBAP audience represent Grapevine Texas this Friday November 17th 2 p .m. local time book signing at Books -A -Million and Grapevine if you want the deets it's on my Instagram Twitter and true social just scroll through you'll see a lot of them there that's pretty cool so that happened and I want to thank the guy who his gave up parking spot in front of the bookstore they forgot to save us a parking spot so we there was not a single spot in this entire parking lot and the guy in the black truck who he's I said listen if we get you line in first will you give us his spot I had
A highlight from Republican Debates, Election Predictions, and Media Criticism
"At some point we have to take the economy seriously. We can't just keep printing money and sending it overseas. Welcome to another Financial Guys podcast. I'm Mike Hayflick along with my partner, Mike Speraza. We are always excited to be here, Mike. Um, we are here after the second Bill's win. Yeah. Yeah. We will, we'll keep it at that. Every time we talk very little, things go well. So let's, let's keep it at a win and big game Sunday. Miami. What should be right. A massively popular game. I mean, when they put up 70 against Denver and we, we basically, did we shut out the three points? Three, three. Okay. We held, held Washington, the Washington commanders to only three. That should be a really, really dynamite game. So. Had to change their name due to political correctness. I know, I know. And we had some conversation about that. The people I was watching the game with were reflecting on, I guess the good old days when the, the nicknames of teams just didn't seem to matter as much, but it matters now. Now they want to take down statues. You're an Iroquois guy. They're taking that name away. The chiefs because apparently saying chiefs is very, uh, politically incorrect. I mean, a leader. You can't be called the leaders anymore. Maybe it'll be the Iroquois comrades because everyone's got to just hold hands and sing Kumbaya. Yeah. And, and you know, nobody gets a gender anymore. Nobody can dominate one or the other. Even if it's a sport, there really might not even ever be winners or losers. They might not even keep score anymore in sports. Like it's just going to be for the experience of it trophy for the trophy for the trophy. Line them all up. They're all going to look exactly the same. There'll be gender neutral trophies. When will we have a they, them team name? Like the, the Washington they, thems, like when, when, I mean, I know that sounds outrageous, but that's where we're headed. Yeah, it's true. It's going to be comrades. Friends. Yeah. The friends, the Iroquois friends, the Iroquois comrades. It literally is heading that way though. Something where you go, what is, what is this sport? Like we don't even know based on the name, what the sport is. We don't even, yeah. You won't know. Like usually you could derive some more information from things like that. Oh, no, no, not anymore. No, you're going to have to dig real deep. You're going to have to show up at these events and, uh, you know, maybe wear a nice hoodie and a pair of shorts at the events. Yeah, I agree with you. And, uh, you know, maybe right after you went through the Senate chambers to vote on something, you can head and do a game with your hoodie and shorts on. Anyway, the next one, the last thing I'll say is the next one will be the Patriots. They'll be getting their name taken because that represents Donald Trump and his movement. We got to take away the name Patriot, right? That'll be the next one. There you go. You know, I just, I can't with these people anymore. It's really getting to be absurd. Yep. Totally. So, uh, Mike, let's start with this one. A second Republican debate coming this Wednesday night, September 27th, and Dana Perino, who I've always enjoyed listening to. Um, she will be joining Stuart Varney and Ilia Calderon at the Ronald Reagan library. presidential Suitable place. I love it. Yeah. And, uh, I, we were just chatting a bit before the podcast, so let's just line this up. All right. I don't know the order, but we're going to have Pence, Christie, DeSantis, Rama, Swami, uh, Doug Burgum made it Dougie Dougie. Um, who is that? Who else? I'm I've got five Nikki Haley. Thank you. And then, uh, there should be one more. Um, I did pens from, let's write this down. One more time for everybody. Pence, Rama, Swami, right? DeSantis. How do I not remember? Tim Scott, Tim Scott. Thank you. So, so seven this time, um, not Asa Hutchinson, I think you said he, he didn't make it. Didn't qualify. So, um, of course the big elephant in the room is that Donald Trump again will not be there. Just tell me your thoughts, I guess, on this next upcoming debate. Are we going to hear anything different? Is there any going to be anything that really makes people go, Whoa, this guy's really racing to the front or female. Um, if it's Nikki Haley, anyone going to race to the front after this one? I really, I mean, I think we're kind of wasting our time here and I'm not saying it as a, as a Trump voter. I'm just saying it realistically. Right. I mean, at this point, the lead is 40 to 50 points. Nobody makes up that ground than a debate, right? Like Nikki Haley had a great debate last time. She's still polling single digits. Right. I don't agree with Nikki Haley stance on a lot of things, but she, she fared well in that debate and she really didn't grow or fall behind anymore. Right. So I think that's the tough part. When we look at these debates, the Donald Trump in the 2015, 2016 campaign years, that is your like unicorn, right? Where, where you just go up there and go bananas. And then you end up, you know, taking over the field. The difference was there was no Donald Trump in that election, right? Like you had a Jeb Bush, but he wasn't the guaranteed slam dunk candidate right now. You have Donald Trump, Mike, and he is the guaranteed slammed on Canada. The only one that we thought maybe had a chance was Ron DeSantis and he has crumbled mightily, whether you like him or hate him. It's just the facts. He's, he's in trouble. Right. I mean, so what, what are we accomplishing with these debates other than kind of a, I guess I'll say wasting our time. Yeah. And I, I just, I just think it's worth breaking this down a little bit. Like what is it that people like you and I think that these others are just inferior to a guy like a Donald Trump? Like, and I'll tell you my opinion first. Mine is I just don't think they'll win. And I just feel like more and more people need to, you got to vote and expect that the conservative Republican candidate in this case wins. And I don't think any of these other people could, could actually win. I don't think they have enough, you know, experience. They don't have the fortitude that a Donald Trump has. Well, I think that that to me is, is there's two reasons why I'm voting for Donald Trump, right? Number one was I thought he had a very good four year term other than the COVID 19 issue. And I, I'm telling you right now, I say this to people all the time. If it was Ron DeSantis, if it was Donald Trump, if it was Hillary Clinton, that, that, that whole debacle was, was a disaster and there was no way you were going to look good in that debacle. I'm just telling you. Yeah. Number one, but that was a Trump fault that I have. And if I ever talked to him, I would tell him that that I do not agree with what he did with COVID. It's easy for me to say that now, but, but at the end of the day, he had a great four year term other than that, in my personal opinion. Number two is every time they've tried to knock him down at the knees, Mike, that has made me want him back more, right? The, the every time they indict him, I want him back more, right? Every time they try and silence him with gag orders, I want him back more. This is how I think a lot of conservatives are feeling. And at this point, it's kind of like, okay, is Rhonda, here's what my other point, I don't mean to keep going on, but at the end of the day is whether it's Ron, DeSantis, Vivek Ramaswamy, or Donald Trump, I'm going to use those three for a second. They will be treated the exact same way by the media, by the Democrat party. It doesn't matter who that candidate is. It doesn't matter. Right. People always say like, Oh, but, but Trump's hated. If DeSantis is a candidate, he's already taken crap from the leftist media, right? Like if he's the candidate, he's going to, it's going to be open up another can of worms. I don't think it matters. The reason why we got to go with Donald Trump is he's been there. He's been able to handle it. We know that whether you like him or not, he's handled the media and he's handled the Democrats well. And we need that experience. This is the election of our lifetime. And I will say that now, this is the election of our lifetime. We need to win. Dana Perino says, I believe the economy will feature prominently because we know that that is the biggest concern and preoccupation that is worrying Americans. And she says in many ways, in my opinion, the economy is the thread that runs through all of these other possible topics. For example, if you're concerned about crime, one of the issues is what kind of resources do you have and are you willing to use in order to help deal with that? I think she's spot on. I think when it comes to the economy, the economy sort of is the fuel and whether you then have a notion to, you know, actually shut down the border, improve childcare, improve education, then the, the economy obviously is the main thread that actually everything else seems to branch off of. If you have a lot of people working, for instance, you're going to have a thriving economy because supply and demand is going to balance out. You're going to have lots of products and services to offer and a lot of people can afford these things. Right. So, uh, I, I agree with her. Plus it is Fox business that's hosting the event. So might lean a little bit more toward economics. Yeah, I think it should. I agree with you. I mean, at some point we have to take the economy seriously. We can't just keep printing money and sending it overseas at some point, you know, and I say, I've said this to you, Mike before, going to get groceries now at times, like they ring all the stuff up and I'm like, Holy crap. I bought, I have a cat. I bought five cans of cat food. They're, they're the size of like a lacrosse ball, not even. And it's like $5 for five cans. I'm like this, this thing costs more than my kids at this point. This cat's going to be very thin. It's going to be out of crash diet. I mean, but seriously, how do people, Mike, that don't make money? And I say this in a sad way, like how do people that don't make money survive? Even going, you go to a local fast food restaurant for two people. My wife and I it's 30 bucks. I'm like, what the hell happened out here? I told that is what's going on. And that's scary. Yeah. When they have to make those kinds of hard choices. Right. Uh, all right. So, uh, let's move on. So speaking of Trump, we're talking about these other seven candidates that will be there Wednesday, this Wednesday night, nine to 11 PM in the second Republican debate, Donald Trump will not be there, but this came out like in a Washington post poll. Trump is now up 10%, uh, over a potential run against Biden, 10 % double digit. Now if you just pin Trump against Biden again, first your thoughts, and then we'll go a little deeper into this. Well, I'm not surprised. Um, I think, I think Americans are getting sick and tired of it. I think Americans are worried about our futures. I think the migrant crisis is hurting the Democrat party because you have liberal places like New York city that are waking up saying, Oh my God, we can't do this anymore. And there's like 10 ,000 migrants in New York city, not 10 million. Right. So like, like it's starting to click, I think with certain people, number one, number two, Mike, I think it's hard to hide Joe Biden's cognitive decline, right? The left can say whatever they want in the media. You just can't, when you fall over on things, when you do talk like that, I mean, they, it's a problem. It's a real problem and it's visible. Um, do I trust these polls? Yes and no. I think, if I think America is as smart as I think they would, the polls should be probably higher, like 30 % lead for Trump. Um, but I think the numbers that keep growing in Trump's favor, the margin of error is not that big, right? Michael, like you look at the Republican primary polls, the margin of error is not 40%, right? He's up 40%. So even if they're off by 20%, he's still up 20%. The same thing's starting to happen in these head to head polls with Biden. It started, you know, Trump down, then it was Trump even, then it was Trump three, five, now it's 10. I mean, that's a lot. Yeah. And so I want to read a little bit here. So the post ABC poll shows Biden trailing Trump by 10 percentage points at this early stage in the election cycle. This is, by the way, the Washington Post little write -up, uh, after the poll was done. Um, so this is, this is actually humorous. Although the sizable margin of Trump's lead in this survey is significantly at odds with other public polls that show the general election contest to virtual dead heat, the difference between this poll and others as well as the unusual makeup of Trump's and Biden's coalitions in the survey. So Mike, the more words, the muddier this all gets, right? It sounds like excuses coming up, right? It sounds like Kamala Harris. It really is. It's like, yeah, total word salad. Um, I just said suggested is probably an outlier, right? So, so this, this I thought was interesting. Um, Byron Byron York of the Washington examiner said the post dumped on headline news in quotes from its own poll. So basically they do a poll. They say that their poll is likely an outlier and, and he, he goes on to then say Washington Post sub heads suggests its own poll may be an outlier. That may be true, but they put no such disclaimer in headline three years ago when they published a poll of Wisconsin, right before election day in 2020, showing Biden up 17 points on Trump, 10 points more than the average of other polls at the time. That was real clear politics, president Tom Bevin. So, so funny to me, so interesting, right? Even when they try to do something where they want to take part in the polling process and inform all of us as Americans, Ooh, that's not really where we wanted to see that. That's likely an outlier folks. Yeah. Oh, Donald Trump's winning. Shit. That doesn't count. Okay. What are we going to do? Next one. Okay. These were registered voters. What are we going to do? This is 10 points. Holy shit. What are we going to say? Let's just say it's an outlier. Oh damn. That was a fake poll. Oh, those stupid polls. Yeah. I mean, and it might, I'll say this before we get onto another topic on what's, what's, you're starting to see it all come together. It's like, it's like when they see, you know, hurricanes forming in the ocean, right? We're starting to see it now. The polls are shifting to Trump. Now we have Hillary Clinton coming out saying things like, Oh yeah, who's to say Putin won't medal in the election in 2024 again, right? You have others saying like, Ooh, we got to get Trump off the ballot or people saying, let's indict Trump again for this or that let's put gag orders on him. It's all coming together. Now the new thing too, Mike is, Hmm, let's indict the Bidens and let's see if we can get, we can get a Joe Biden off the ticket. We've used him, we've abused him. Now we're getting them out of here. It's all, it's that wave in the ocean. It's that hurricane forming in the ocean. That's what's happening. And I believe that because why, why would Hillary Clinton come out and say, if you're so confident right in the 2024 election, if you're so confident and Trump's an idiot, he's never going to make it again and get rid of them. Why are you now saying, Hmm, maybe Putin will medal in the elections again. Why would you say that? Right. Right. And by the way, this is the same guy that's richer than ever because his country has been able to sell oil at a high rate since Biden's been in office. This is the same country that has had its way with the Ukraine walking in there and taking over land since Biden's been in there. Why would, why would Putin medal in the election to get in and probably in his mind, the nut job of Donald Trump back in office, it may drop a nuke on him. Why would he want Trump back in office? Ask yourself that question. Don't have to, if you have any sense at all, then you don't even have to ask that. Um, so anyway, let's see what the next number of polls start to reveal. Let's see if, let's see if polls stop coming out, Mike, right? Because once you have one that's got Trump winning by double digit, maybe they just start to say, polls are stupid. Polls are for racists. You're homophobic. If you read polls, I mean, we'll see. Or they come out with some poll from the middle of nowhere. That's like Biden up 35 points on Donald Trump. Right, right. This was from registered voters in the white house. Yes. We interviewed seven people and it was six to one, six to one. And the other one we fired, we don't even know who that was. Yeah. So, so let's go to this now. Every once in a while, Mike, I have to do this CNN, right? I go to the cnn .com site. I just got to see what they're finding note newsworthy, noteworthy, whatever you want to say. And honestly, and I've often reported this, I'm often in disbelief at what they aren't reporting. In this example though, I was like, Oh, a few stories down. Here's a story, Mike, why more women are choosing not to have kids. So right away I'm thinking, Oh my gosh, these are the most unlikable people, the most anti traditional family structure people ever. They probably don't want to have a relationship at all. They don't want to ever have true, you know, intimacy with anybody cause they just can't do it. They're just nasty. They're mostly on, you know, just awful. These lots, so many of these people. So I go on to read a little bit of this and you know, this is, this is someone named Diana Volek who, who never, who was never someone who dreamed of becoming a mother, right? And these are just some of the reasons given. They don't want the responsibility of being a parent. They fear a lack of support. They like their life as it is. They're still judged for being child free. So so even when they don't choose to have children, right? So I'm like looking at this and then suddenly I go, wait a second. This was published at midnight, uh, basically Sunday or Monday, you know, September 25th. That's that's now as we record editor's note, this story was originally published in August, 2021. Some details such as the ages of those interviewed remain the same as they were when the story first published. So you're telling me right away, I thought, is the Hollywood writers strike? Is it bleeding into CNN now? Cause there aren't enough stories. There aren't enough people to write like modern stories. There's not enough news. They had to pull a story from two years ago to talk about why many women are deciding not to have kids. Like how pathetic is that? How pathetic. This new trend too, of like, it's cool to just say, screw it. I don't want to have a family is the weirdest thing ever. And then we wonder why these people are miserable, right? I mean, again, is parenting easy? I'm a new parent. Mike, you know that you, you parented two girls for, you know, they're what? 25, 22, right? So you've had, you've had 25 years of parenting experience. I've had, you know, almost a year. It's the most enjoyable thing ever. Right? I mean you're finally, it's good not to be selfish. It's good to take care of somebody else and love somebody else. Right. And I'm not saying you don't love your spouse, but your spouse is an adult relationship. You have to have a relationship with a baby, which turns into a toddler, which turns into an adolescent, a young adult like that. There's nothing more special than that. You should want that. Instead it's like, Oh, kids are stupid. I'm going to be so rich. Really weigh me down. Yeah, yeah, sure. Okay. They're going to weigh me down. I want my independence. I don't want to be responsible to another human being. I've got myself to worry about and treat and, and you know, I don't know, a door like I get like, that's fine. I want to see the next story though be why many women are deciding that having a child is rewarding. It can become a very loving, you know, yes, you have to be responsible. Like it just was so gross to me like that. And two years ago, this isn't even news. This is like, Oh my gosh, we got to fill these headlines. What do we get out? Pull that one again. We don't like kids. We don't want anyone, you know, raising children, my God for, you know, I'll say this though, Mike and all seriousness too. Like, yes. Is, is it fun being a college degenerate and booze and all the time and having a blast? Sure it is. We all did it right. I mean, yes, of course it's a fun thing. Is it fun to not care if you can go to bed at 2am or 5am or 5pm? Sure. That's great. But at some point you have to mature as an adult, take your job seriously, take your family seriously and care about things like I always say this, Mike, and this is something I've brought up a million times. Think about being, you know, if you want it, like if you didn't want to have kids, I'm not saying people that can't have kids cause I feel for them. But if you, if you didn't want children, cause you didn't want the responsibility, what do you do in your sixties and seventies with no family? Like that breaks my heart, honestly. Right? Like I, what my relationship with my parents, my wife's with her parents, like it's, it's fun, right? It's, you're a family. You get to do things together and you get to enjoy each other. Who doesn't want that? I just don't get it. Well, there's a lot of people in Washington that actually have spouses and children and grandchildren. And clearly there is not a lot of love and support going on between all of them. Because some of these people, I mean, we know who we're talking about, the Mitch McConnell's, the Joe Biden's, they would not be in front of microphones if people actually cared about them. They would not let those loved ones go through what they go through on a daily basis, unless they have no connection, no personal connection at all. Um, all right. AOC. She's almost the last story of our day, but there's one more after this. So we got a bonus. We do a bonus story here, breaking news. So AOC wins the hypocrisy award mic for this, uh, at least this week, maybe the year on this one decade, this is hilarious. And, um, I'll just set this up for a second. So here she was on CBS's face the nation. And, um, she was discussing president Biden's plan to visit the Michigan auto workers on Tuesday. So host of CBS's face, the nation, Margaret Brennan points out a couple of interesting facts about AOC and her selection of vehicles. So let's go ahead and play that. Yup.
How Diane Cotter Discovered PFAS "Forever Chemicals" in Her Husband's Protective Gear
"One day i came across a story about a new jersey firefighter who had succumbed to a horrific incident where he was out of fire and his gear failed so we know what that means it degraded now what happened to his body was that he suffered steam burns that covered i'll be conservative and say over 70 percent of his body but i think it was closer to 90 percent and that horrified me to think that his gear failed at a fire obviously if he knew it was failing he wouldn't have worn the gear so i ran down to our basement and i pulled paul's gear out of the box it had been stored in and i had turned the basement light off and i took a flashlight and i shined it through the three layers the outer shell the moisture barrier and the thermal liner and i it was specific to look in the crotch area because that's where those reproductive organs are and i'm thinking jesus did his did did toxin seep through his groin area did his gear degrade and i found these coin size quarter dime nickel pieces of fabric missing you wouldn't know what to look at it because if you couldn't see that it was missing because the gear looked fine and then i ran back upstairs and i thought holy crap this is something wrong because i understood enough about absorption in the groin area to understand that that's that area that's so absorptive you know like your neck the tissues are very thin i had educated myself a lot on cancer by that point in time and i started looking then on the computer about the the fabrics themselves and i started to look at nomex and kevlar the moisture barriers and um i came into this 1999 safety alert that the international you know the big labor union had written to manufacturers demanding that they recall a moisture barrier because the moisture barrier had degraded so i'm thinking well what's what's going on why is the iafs sending out a safety alert because in that letter they had threatened to sue the manufacturers if they didn't recall this a moisture barrier that had degraded the companies had given pushback that they they weren't gonna you know do what the iafs said now and this was counter to everything that i had understood and loved about the manufacturers from reading years worth of you know fire engineering and firehouse magazine used to come to our house and in the paperback in the paper versions and i started to look at who those names were on there and i'm like why is this so strange this is a terrible feeling that the union back then had to fight to get those moisture barriers recalled at any event then i began to contact people about cancer and in the degradation of the gear and does that have something to do with this you know the cancer that my husband had i started networking with fire fighters laughing because i have to tell you one of the things i did i became so obsessed that i was messaging 200 firehouses a day and getting kicked off of facebook because there's a limit of people that you can i was a habitual offender as a spammer because i was saying do you know about this degradation in the gear and and i was sending emails to anyone i could think of that could help me track down this degradation i sent thousands of emails thousands i think at the last count there was 25 000 emails that i had sent out and the response i received was astounding because nobody could answer my questions but i did get a response from aaron brockovich who emailed and then called and she said diana i've gotten your emails and i just got a call from the fire chief in new hampshire who has 13 firefighters with cancer and i said that doesn't surprise me because every firehouse is a cancer cluster so we spoke and she said does the gear have pfoa or pfos and i never heard that language before and i went to the computer and i googled turnout gear pfoa pfos and i found a document from the european chemical association and from an industry site in europe discussing the potential transition to non pfoa ppe so i'm here in the united states can't possibly have that stuff because you know we're the united states of america they wouldn't do that to their bravest oh but i was wrong
Monitor Show 12:00 09-06-2023 12:00
"Morgan Stanley and RBC which is Royal Bank of Canada. They are Enbridge's financial advisors on the deals while on the sell side Citigroup and Goldman Sachs represented Dominion so that's good to see. McGuire Woods a Richmond based law firm also advising Dominion which is a Richmond based company too so lots of good stuff there. M &A in the energy space coming at you. We're gonna have more. This is Bloomberg. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller. We got a lot of green on the screen here but the volume is light. We constantly underestimate the strength of the U .S. consumer. This is a market that's much more optimistic or bullish than maybe central bankers are. Breaking market news and insight from Bloomberg experts. There's still some concern out there in the market that there is room for things to deteriorate a little bit more than what they're indicating. As small and medium -sized businesses struggle they don't present as much competition. The supply chain has still got dislocations globally and here in the U .S. This is Bloomberg Markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller on Bloomberg Radio. Alright coming up in this hour we're going to check in with Brian Egger Bloomberg Intelligence. He covers all the casino stocks, cruise lines, all that kind of fun stuff. We want to get an update on what's happening in Vegas post -pandemic Vegas baby. Diana Scott lead of U .S. Human Capital Center at the conference board is going to join us to discuss its recent findings on hiring in corporate America. So lots coming up in this hour as well but first let's kick things off with Mr. Charlie Pellegrino. Hi thank you very much Paul Sweeney and here's what's going on to Dow the S &P Nez Stack all in the red with the S &P extending its drop below 4 ,500 right to the numbers with the S &P at.
Concern about Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano changes with the wind
"Mexico's volcano known as el popo has been belching for days, but not everyone is worried about it. Zero Diana Alba sells flowers in the town of ameka mega. She says the only time she's worried about ill popo is when it's quiet, the nearly 17,800 foot mountain 45 miles southeast of Mexico City has been dusting towns and crops and are super fine ash, Mexico's national center for prevention of disasters says small domes of lava forming inside the volcano's crater are being destroyed by explosions and those explosions are expected to continue over the coming weeks, no evacuations have been ordered, but authorities have been driving evacuation routes, preparing some shelters and doing simulation drills. I'm Donna water
Prince Harry, Meghan involved in car chase while being followed by photographers
"Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan were involved in a car chase while being followed by photographers in New York City, according to representatives for the couple. The pair together with Meghan's mother were leaving a charity event Tuesday night when they were followed for more than two hours by half a dozen vehicles. Their office said in a statement that the chase resulted in multiple near collisions involving other drivers on the road pedestrians and two NYPD officers. It called the incident near catastrophic. While being a public figure comes with a level of interest from the public, it should never come at the cost of anyone's safety the statement from the couple said Harry's mother Princess Diana died in a car crash in 1997 while being pursued by paparazzi in Paris. Julie Walker, New York.
Unpacking the Royals With Alex Clark and Jobob
"A lot of topics that I want to cover here. And it was funny. When we were in the break, we were talking about what we were going to start with first. And there's a ton of options on the table. And of course, Alex Clark said, I don't want to talk about the queen's court or the king's coronation. Because I don't know anything about the British stuff. And so I immediately thought then we're starting with the coronation. Of course. So Joe bob, why don't you fill us in? So King Charles is now King Charles. He's been crowned. He was the king already. And I think this is interesting too because my wife and I were just in London for like a week like two weeks ago and everybody was prepped with the coronation. Now the coronation is happening may 6th and isn't the coronation gonna be so grand. It was funny, all of our tour guides in London were saying, well, the king will walk down this road and the king will do this and I could I couldn't help but think the entire time and maybe this just makes me a patriot American who cares. I do not understand why anybody cares so much about the king of a foreign country and this whole idea of running society as a democracy. The idea of a monarch and king, I don't get it. Well, I mean, that part of it is really not the controversial part. I mean, you and I had a disagreement in the break. Yeah. I think there's a place for the royals and the monarchy as an institution in England. I think it's good when a country holds up these institutions that have history and tradition built into them that the people know and love and look up to. The queen was the great. There's a lot of people in this audience that think the queen was this globalist shill and she was actually working with the rockefellers and all this stuff. I don't know anything about this. All I'm saying, all I'm saying is that she comported herself with dignity, respect. She honored the church and the Church of England, the tradition that was handed down to her. She was a steward of she looked at her family as something to be protected and from the British tabloid press. Now, Joe bob comes at it from a different angle. You don't like it, do you very much? Oh. You know why? 'cause I'm an American. Okay, but here's what I don't understand. And I feel like there's a piece that I'm missing here. It seems to me like the English aren't that excited about this coronation and stuff either. Is that because they all hold a grudge against him for cheating on Princess Diana forever ago, or what's the problem? I think that well, Joe bob, what's your take? No, I don't know if I'd call myself an expert or anything. But when I was there, everybody was excited about it. That was
Cal Thomas Spills Truths About the Reagan Landslide and the Media
"I'm talking to count Thomas. His new book is called the watchman in the night what I've seen over 50 years reporting on America. Cal, I mean, I don't know where to start. I want to talk to you about the Reagan landslide. I want to talk to you about Mother Teresa and Princess Diana. Can we start with the Reagan landslide? Because that was a big moment in America. I certainly remember it. Why don't we start there? Because that's when you wrote your first column in 1984. Well, of course, Reagan was one of the most optimistic presidents we've ever had, even in his last letter to the American people when he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. He said, he still believed America's greatest days were ahead. This kind of optimism is catchy. It's a wonderful thing. And recall that when he first ran for president, the media were completely against him calling him a cowboy with a hair trigger was going to get us into nuclear war. By the way, did that happen? Did Armageddon happen under his watch? I'm pretty sure it must have been because they were so sure that it would. No, no, I'm sorry, I'm sorry. It was Barry Goldwater that destroyed the world in nuclear Armageddon. I always get that mixed up. Anyway, so Reagan was optimistic. He wins in a huge landslide in 84, just as Trump did three years ago, except that election was rigged. But so back when we had actual elections, Reagan connected with the people and he was allowed to have a second term. Yes, he was. And he inspired an awful lot of other people who still were doubtful about America's future. Remember, this was still in the middle of the Cold War. He stood up to the Soviets. When they put Pershing missiles in Eastern Europe, the media went crazy, but when Reagan announced Star Wars as they derisively called it, he was going to build up America's military and crush the Soviet Union, which he did. Editorials columnists were full of stuff. We're all going to die because of Reagan. Oh my goodness, what are we going to do? And of course, the thing about the left is when they're wrong as they always are. They never apologize or say they're sorry or issue a correction. They just move on to the next thing.
Queen Camilla: Charles’ wife gets title on coronation invite
"King Charles the third's wife has officially been identified as queen Camilla for the first time. I Norman hall, Buckingham Palace identified Camilla as queen in the title listed on invitations for the monarch's may 6th coronation. Camilla, who until now has been described as queen consort, is given equal billing on the ornate medieval style imitations that will be sent to more than 2000 guests, the new title is another step in their remarkable transformation of a woman once derided as a homewrecker because of her role in the breakdown of Charles marriage to the light Princess Diana, but Camilla has one over much of the British public with her warmth and down to earth humor since she married Charles in a civil ceremony in 2005. I Norman hall
Dr. James Lindsay on Genesis and the Blurring of Distinctions
"You to reflect upon what Charlie just said about what trans boils down to what the queer theory ideology boils down to. And then I want you to realize that the first manipulation of language that's recorded in genesis three is in fact this blurring of distinction. By the way, did you know eve? You're just like God. There's no real distinction between you and God. And that's literally what we're dealing with. This is why for over two years, I've been sitting on stages not a Christian and saying we are in the same fight as in genesis three. The same story as genesis three. And we have the same risk, but what happens just to pull out of that and not execute too long? To come back to talk about this German historicism, what they actually did was the imported from a character a little further back in time Plato. Way earlier, what he called science. In fact, CNT. It's the for Plato, who was a tyrant, had, in his ideal republic, which was a technocratic tyranny with the philosopher kings sitting on top and their pretorian guard below to protect and then the bronze class workers doing everything in the poor white ploy making their miserable way as mud people or whatever. This technocratic republic had two levels of understanding what he called CMT was broken into two pieces, a piece of May, which is the reason that he believed that the philosopher kings had access to, that is the correct science of politics to impose upon everything else and below that dianoia, Diana was what we would call understanding and that's what informs technique, which is the ability to do technical work or understand things. This gets imported straight into German through this new age movement in all of these goofy historicists and gets codified by Hegel who renames episteme in German to hide the fact that he's just stealing somebody else's work and calls it for nymph, which means reason. And then he calls a lower level of understanding, which is actually understanding the world we live in, understanding the distinctions of the world we live in, first stand. And for has to rule over for stand. This comes to Marx and he says we have this scientific word. Scientific socialism, a vision shaft, leisure, socialism. And so the socialist science is now going to dictate exactly how we're going to turn the real science and understanding of the world.
Danielle D'Souza Gill Talks Prince Harry's New Book 'Spare'
"I'm back with Daniel d'souza gill author of the choice, the abortion divide in America, host of the show counterculture with Danielle d'souza gill. We're talking about the royal family and Harry prince Harry and Meghan Markle. It seems like the focus on these two characters has come mainly because of the Netflix special, which was a kind of revealing, although maybe not revealing in the way they intended interview series of interviews with Harry and Meghan Markle. And also Harry's new book spare, can you first of all, am I right in assuming that the title spare is an implication that Harry is referring to the fact that sort of his brother is the first in line. He's the real deal. He's the legitimate heir and Harry is kind of the spare? I mean, Harry makes some pretty wild accusations in his books fair, which is the only reason that it's apparently the number one selling book in the Guinness World Records beating Obama to sell the most number of copies in the first date was released. And it's not because he decided to share some childhood memories of playing in some kind of field in England. It's because he wanted to really spill a lot of tea on the British family. So some of the main accusations he made were. William and him got into a physical fight, William, you know, through I grabbed him by the collar, threw him on the ground, and he cut his back on a dog bowl. Just Charles, like when he was young, said, oh, Diana, thanks for giving me a spare. Harry's my spare. He makes claims about Camilla, you know, kind of being able stepmother. He makes claims about Kate Middleton, mostly regarding her fights with Meghan, basically how Meghan was the good one and Kate was kind of the dumb one or something. And so he's very into kind of doing these personal jabs at each person, which is why so many people have been intrigued by the book. I have been buying the book because they want to see what's in it.
Danielle D'Souza Gill Joins Dinesh to Discuss the Royals
"You were talking a moment ago about the fact that the royal family is sort of stayed out of politics, and it seemed that the queen, the late queen, was, you know, also stoical in her personality, tended to hold her emotions and check in that sense, reflected the personality of an earlier era. Would you agree that it was starting with lady Diana that we began to see a kind of a new sensibility within the royal family, which is the idea of being a royal as a form of self expression. I say this because it seems to me some of what's going on with Harry and with Meghan Markle is an extension of what happened with lady Diana. Do you agree or do you think that they're actually very different? I would say they're different. Some people say Megan is like Diana. Megan herself has keeps trying to imitate Diana. She will wear the same outfits as her. She claims she never knew who the royals were. She never followed any of this. Other people who knew her have claimed differently. But it's pretty clear that she has tried to put herself in that line because Harry has this kind of obsession with his mother's death. So I think that was something that Meghan did strategically to make herself seem like a new Diana. However, Diana was really the people's princess and she was loved by many people. She was even though she had a lot of problems that was more of her at least brand whereas Meghan is more of someone who most people dislike, even before this book came out. She really wasn't very popular. She was popular around the time of her wedding, which is when kind of the royals and we're still getting along with her at least as far as the world's thought they were getting along. And most people were really excited about this new person joining their royal family. People thought it was cool. She was of another race and so on. And so I think only really after that after Meghan joined the royal family, did her popularity go down as soon as she kind of started acting in ways that were diva esque, like things were released about from her staff about her kind of being abusive towards them. Other people and then I think the pattern just continued of her. Sort of acting in that entitled way,
Prince Harry Claims in Memoir to Have Killed 25 in Afghanistan
"An explosive memoir reveals many facets of prince Harry from bereaved boy and troubled teen to wartime soldier and unhappy royal. From accounts of cocaine use and losing his virginity to raw family rifts spare exposes deeply personal details about Harry and the wider royal family. It's dominated by Harry's rivalry with brother Prince William and the death of the boy's mother, Princess Diana in 1997, Harry says that he years later, he drove through the Paris tunnel where the crash happened, hoping in vain that it would help end a decade of unrelenting pain. He also says his father Charles implored Harry and William to end their riff, saying please boys don't
Tara Reade to Republican-Led House: Investigate Biden Sexual Assault
"But over at the daily caller as reported by Diana glib exclusive Tyree calls Republican majority house to investigate alleged sexual assault by Joe Biden I mean I guess it just depends who you're sexually assaulted by That's how sick this whole thing's come Come to be Former Senate aide Tyra Reed called on House Republicans to launch an investigation Into allegations that she was sexually assaulted by then senator Joe Biden in 1993 telling the daily caller that she would be willing to testify under oath It would be a very difficult thing if I could testify her oath Reed told the caller Adding that she would provide whatever information Congress needed and Congress could ask me whatever questions they wanted I don't think Liz Cheney's Down with the battle there I'd really don't It doesn't advance Liz Cheney I think we need to have the conversation instead of me being erased and other women that were erased and tried to come forward read out Saying that House Republicans should launch an investigation while they have a majority Now just stop there That's some news right there isn't it mister I think we need to have the conversation of state of me being erased and other women that were erased that tried to come forward We see Joe Biden He's a pervert It's a perfect Let's just be honest
"diana" Discussed on Private Dicks
"And then for the rest of his life, just looking over his shoulder. And just every time Princess Diana comes up his face gets red. Yeah, every time every time he hears this on the radio. And I want a black to love her. Mister Jones. Yeah, I think that one is the most believable. I mean, I also probably just think it's the funniest. Because there's like other stuff that people bring up that it's just I really theories that are just like dumb like, yeah, what about like the seat belt, people honestly just believe Diana wasn't the type of person who would not wear a seat belt. Like she just seemed like somebody who would always wear a seat belt. Yeah, I don't think so. She's having a night of party and Paris and she's fucking royalty. Like the driver should have been. She's probably having fun fucking laughing, whatever in the backseat. He's in the backseat with an Egyptian. Yeah, exactly. And Egyptian. Yeah. Well, what about, okay, before we keep going, what about just it being straight up, accident, drunk driving, speed into a thing? Like, what do we think? And that's the official report. I mean, like, that's the thing, like that's just like what the authorities say happened. Both of them. Yeah, I don't listen to the man. We're fucking private dicks. We figured they showed out ourselves. So do you think that's more likely that someone accidentally crashed into her? Like, how prevalent is the Fiat thing? Like do lots of people say there was a Fiat on site. They have a photo of it or something, or is it just like, from what it is, it's mostly just eyewitness accounts because of all the paparazzi that were there. Prior to even the police being there, there were a good amount eyewitnesses. So but wait, there's a million paparazzi around and nobody took a picture of any wake fiats? Yeah, and that's also kind of a whole, you know what I mean?
"diana" Discussed on Private Dicks
"Queen out. Man, that bitch is hard. And she's rough. She's got like, wow. You know? Being in charge for that long will do that to you. I think so. It's fucking crazy that Robin Williams has held character for 95 years. The queen, that's what happened to Robin Williams. Oh God. So yeah, queen orders down like this is it. That's a wrap. We're not doing this anymore. And that divorce is kind of a drawn out process. It takes about a year before it's finalized in August of 96. Diana was actually allowed to keep her title Princess of Wales, but lost the use of her royal highness. I don't actually know that there's a significance there, even within the insignificance of actual royalty. Like, I don't know if that means like she's she's not royal or if she is. I couldn't tell it just seemed like semantics to me. I feel like she'd still be a royal if they let her keep her title though. She's still Princess of Wales, but not her royal highness. Truly does not track. Anyways, financially, she got 17 million pounds at the time, which is equivalent to like 33 million today. And as well as 400 pounds, I'm sorry. Yeah, just 400 pounds a year. No, 400,000 a year. Diana also kept private jet access. Yeah, I mean, you gotta have that. She negotiated into that. She was getting half a million a year and then she's like, well, if I can still use the jet, I'll take 400,000. It'll be hard for me. I've never lived off such little. They also let her keep her living quarters in Kensington. I was gonna say, they definitely let her just keep her house. Supposedly, and this is not confirmed, but apparently she actually asked to move back to her family estate and her brother, who was lord at the time, was like, no, I don't actually have more information on that.
"diana" Discussed on Private Dicks
"But I guess I have some clothes. She walked up to her and said, I just want you to know that I know what you're doing. And then, yeah, I know. Good lord. I've never. Yeah, so yeah, Camilla denies it and all that, but then like Diana, like, insists. But then Camila says something to the fact I cut some of this out, but the gist of it is, you have everything you've ever wanted. What more do you want? And Diana says, I want my husband. So that was like classic soap opera shit. That's sounds dramatic. That sounds like this. You know at the beginning of Texas chainsaw massacre, this is based on a true story and it's just not even close. That sounds like that. Yeah. My God, don't start getting into the similarities between Texas chainsaw massacre and the royal family because we'll be here all night. All the teenagers that die in vans by them. Exactly. Sister fucking. Cannibalism. Other people's skin on your face. Two. Classic country weekend, foibles. Yes. Oh my God. So this kind of brings us forward to 1992, just to skip a few years. This is what the queen calls her and this is a fun one. Anise horribilis. Her anus horrible. Yep. Figure that would pop up. She actually says it like that. In a speech she gave at her 40th anniversary of her rule. Say it like the queen. Say it like the queen. Oh, I fuckers. What's up? I'm here and it's been 40 years. And 1992 is not a year on which I shall look back on with undiluted
"diana" Discussed on Private Dicks
"This is also around time Diana starts doing like secret interviews with a friend of hers, who is actually also a friend of an author named Andrew Morton. And this dude is just writing a book like third hand. All of this is on the up and up with Diana, but it's weird how secretive they had to be in shit. When nowadays, I mean, you saw everything that happened last year with Harry and Meghan and all that. Like they just went on fucking Oprah and just talked about it, you know? Yeah, I think that's different though. I think Harry sought that out to be that way because of the way his mom dealt with her issues with the royal family, right? I think he wanted to be more in the front of everyone, so there's no hiding it. You know what I mean? Right. Yeah. No, I think that's totally valid. Interestingly, kind of like just to track back to the Camilla and Charles thing. He maintained for the longest time that he had never cheated on her, even when people like publicly just knew. It wasn't until an a TV interview. He did in the 90s that Charles was like, no, I never had an affair. And then the guy's like, you never had an affair. And he's like, well, at least not until things were irreparable. And then just admitted that even happening at least as early as 86. He didn't deal with that properly. He should have been like, so you had an affair. I didn't have an affair. You're telling me you didn't have an affair and then he would have been like, Andrew Dix, little girls. Everyone would
Federal Court Ruling on Gender Identity Upends Civil Rights Law
"From the daily signal Sarah partial Perry in a shocking and first of its kind reading of a more than 30 year old disability law that's the Americans with disabilities act A federal judge ruled that the distress that results from a person feeling that he or she is the wrong sex Is a disability that must be accommodated under the Americans with disabilities act If the opinion is left to stain it would open the door for those who consider themselves transgender And Phil clinically distressed To receive public accommodations in bathrooms locker rooms prisons Same sex housing and more U.S. district judge Diana gribbon motz At the fourth circuit Court of Appeals wrote the majority opinion for the divided three panel judge to judge panel In Williams versus kincaid holding that under the Americans with disabilities act Gender dysphoria is a disability Judge Pamela Harris joined matsu's opinion to form the majority The Americans with disabilities act as a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities and all areas of public life employment education transportation and in places that are open to the general public public accommodations So what's the practical impact of this decision It means that those with gender dysphoria a quote incongruence between someone's gender identity and assigned sex I love the assigned sex Assigned by whom God they results in quote clinically significant distress as the American psychiatric association defines it Not only protected from discrimination because of that so called disability but they're entitled to reasonable accommodations
"diana" Discussed on Not Your Average Gun Girls
"I found where he was buried. And I called the guy that prepared his body, and I go. Where's who's gray mad? He goes, he's actually interred. He wanted to be what I just said. Cremated. Creamy. Yeah. I think he wanted to do it, get rid of any evidence in my mind. Sure. You know, now you got nothing. Right. Unless you can find family members, and I did find a cousin, so I'm doing this now, and I'm fine. And a cousin in Denver. You can't let this go. No, I'm not going to. And the detectors were getting real close to going to the cousin and saying, we want to give you a chance to prove that your uncle was not a killer. Can we have some blood? And they can get a partial match. That'll get them a little bit closer. And if he would have been buried, they could take that partial match because I've talked to some homicide people in other cities. I teach around the country. And they'll go dig up bodies all the time. If some cousin or relative will give them enough DNA to make it close, and they'll get a sample off the body. They just have to get a warrant. So contrary to what people may think, detectives and police departments really do want to solve these cases. Yes. And they have cold case detectives that are assigned to them. That's all they do is cold cases. You know, and they have to have results, and they just, they just hound people and hound the case. And try to get fresh eyeballs as I call it, you know, let somebody else look at it. You know, what do you think? And somebody would come up with something bizarre, you know? Well, have you thought about maybe he's upstairs? You know, just like, yeah. And I think as the time goes on, if you get more people involved in it, new people who enter the force who have different experiences can then provide different light on it. And especially too. Dan was pretty much like, I don't know what else to do. Sure. And they got a new lady. I won't say her name. I don't know if she wants me to, but she just, she retired, but sometimes you can get hired back as a civilian. And she works part time in the cold case file. Is this, are we at present daytime? November now. 2021. 2021. Okay. Okay. So I called out there, and I got some supervisor, I don't know who, and I said, I want to talk about the Diana Hansen case. And he's like, I've heard about this guy. So at this point, there are no more you're at your final robot. The reaching out to the cousin didn't or that they didn't do it. They okay. Because they couldn't go get his body. Right. So you just did your yearly once or twice check in with Las Vegas PD for the next 8 years basically. For a total of 38. Right, so coming up to November of 2021, we are looking at 38 years. And I just on a whim called and they gave me this detective lady very nicely cherry will call her. And she said, I'm not sure if I know about that case, but I'll look into it..
Duchess of Cornwall 'Can't Stop Talking' About Joe Biden's 'Long, Loud' Fart at COP26
"A lot of people listening right now don't know this, but this is it's been all over the Internet. I love when people say it's been all over the Internet, or the Internet is angry about something. Well, the fact of the matter is that at the G 8 summit or the G 6 summit when they were talking about greenhouse gases and climate change, this is not a joke, folks. This is a sad statement. Our leader Joe Biden, vice President Biden was with Camilla Parker Bowles, the duchess, of Cornwall. The duchess of Cornwall. Now that is, this is the woman that Charles was enamored of during his marriage with Princess Diana. You'll remember this. And then eventually, of course, he married Camilla Parker Bowles, who is now the Dutch as she styled officially as the duchess of Cornwall. Now, if you hear those sirens, I'm in Wichita, Kansas. So I have no idea whether it would be sirens here. It doesn't make any sense. Usually we have science in New York. Anyway, I'm in Wichita. And I want to tell you about where I am and everything. But before I get into all that, I just want to say that there was a royal incident that was reported. It's all over the news this morning. I have put it on Twitter. If you don't follow me on Twitter or on gab or just make sure it's not a tornado siren, right? I don't know what that was happening. I don't know. All I know is I'm in Wichita. They tell me. So it seems that Joe Biden while he was talking to Camilla Parker Bowles, the duchess of Cornwall and the wife of the Prince Charles, he I don't know how to put this. He passed what we would like to call gas, very loudly. And it was a long, low kind of like a boatswain's call. If you've ever been in the navy, actually no, that's high pitched. This was, but it was widely reported. Camilla talked to people about it and it got out. So it's all over the news. And I guess this is what you call breaking news.
Some of Broadway's Biggest Shows Reopen Tonight Like Hamilton
"Some of Broadway's biggest shows reopen tonight like Hamilton The Lion King wicked and Chicago Alexander Hamilton Hamilton creator and star tweeted out with my dog this morning a kind neighbor walked by and whispered happy opening night Lisbon well Maranda went on and we say it's real so grateful happy opening night Broadway abruptly shut down in March because of the pandemic Chicago is also re opening covered vaccinations are required for all theatregoers performers and anyone working there masks are also required but there's no social distancing many more shows open later like Diana which first streams on Netflix before its Broadway debut in November Julie Walker New York
"diana" Discussed on 70 Over 70
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There's a whole bunch of options or you can create your own and then artifact makes it super easy to book the interview on their website. The interview only lasts like half an hour. You do it over the phone. What you end up with. Is this thing that you'll keep coming back to again year after year right. Now you can say forty bucks on your first artifact when you enter the code. Seventy that's seven zero get started today at artifact dot com When you were talking about how the idea of time speeds up exponentially as you get older. Maybe it's just walk into the garage but like when do you feel that speeding up you know. I think that it's a it's a pervasive feeling. Max is like when i get up. I don't need an alarm. I get up around three forty five to four thirty a. m. i wanna be up before the sun. I wanna see the first first late in the morning and not missing. I don't want to miss anything. And i feel it all day. I'm going over to play tennis match. And i'm so engrossed with the energy drink i'm drinking on the way over. I'm thinking about my serve. Am i finally going to get that that. Snap at the top of the serb. And when i get there. I play as if i'm at wimbledon and believe me it's nothing like wimbledon but all day long i'm imbued with this feeling of that. Oh my god that was. That was a worthwhile our so. I'm i'm more engaged and more aware than i presence your word than i've ever been in my life. I'm not. I'm really not trying to make light of the wave your life. Would you just described completely exhausting to me. Totally totally exhausting. You know there. There are people and my mother was really good at saying she said you are. You're so exhausting to be around. So i take that as a compliment but you can imagine a my end. Yeah i put a lot of energy out but look clearly. I get from it you know. I'm i'm hi. i'm on high. Do seeing that high. There's a connection between those two that you were just saying so. I asked you what your doubts were. And what i heard you saying was. I don't know how much longer i will be in control. I don't know how much longer. I'll be able to live my life in the way that i want to live it. Does that sound right. it does. And then there's this other piece of it which is you feel this time. Speeding up and it just gives you energy to do everything and your energy drink is a celestial experience. You know. I think that. I'm wondering about is. Is there something negative or scary in there. You know what i mean. This idea that you're gonna lose control that the clock is ending. I understand how it fuels you to live your life the way you want to but is there any way in which it stops you or hold you back or just scares you said well wasn't necessarily going to share this but i will tell you that on november ninth twenty twenty after waking up. Every day the way. I described it to you feeling like a million bucks. I woke up with extreme ten level pain in both shoulders. Both roy's and the neck. It took me eleven or twelve minutes literally to get out of bed. I thought i have a. ls. Do i have ms is lupus. But how could. I have gone to bed last night. One hundred percent and wake up with with something. I just can't understand so we took three weeks. But i was diagnosed with a fairly rare thing called. Poly myalgia rheumatic. And i'm doing a lot better. Now i'm back to playing tennis but this is my first little hint that i am. I'm only human. I if do live to ninety or one hundred. I'm going to go through decline i. It's been hard for me to learn. I used to think my will can overcome anything. But this little paulie myalgia romantika has sort of taught me taught me to say i'm going to see that i'm going to go through things i'm going to go through some degeneration a body and or mind and i better just get some grace with it. Sounds like you've done a lot of work to process it in a in. A classic diana's fashion like i just attacked the thing but tell me a little bit more. About what those eleven or twelve minutes for like. When you couldn't get out of bed. I was scared i called. Bonnie bonnie stoll by the way is my best friend for forty years now and i used to be her trader and then many years later in my sixties she became my trainer but she came over and by the time she came over. I was standing up a barely walking and i- i- catastrophes. I went to the point like this is never going to get better. This is the way i'm gonna live from now on. This is life for me now. I went from being bad ass to debilitated in the overnight. When you say you. Catastrophe does does panicked. I wasn't a bit of a panic. And i will say that. That's that's one negative trait. I've had you know you could people think. Oh you're so positive. You think he can do everything. No i worry about everything before. It happens but bonnie's always saying to me. It's good to be prepared but don't get stuck on. What if this happens. And what if that happens. What if i lose. And what have i know. I don't make it and what about you. Just just stay calm and revised that that might be one of the outcomes. You're losing or you're not making it or you're failing and you'll deal with that but don't sit in a place of what if that's probably what's going to happen right. There's something about the way you're describing it right. Searing pain unable to move that fuel. So reminiscent of your worst moments in the water from that from the outside clicked right being stung by those box jellyfish. Just being unable to move vomiting your your body giving out when when you just told me that story all i was thinking about what these descriptions of you on these epochs swims but did not feel that way to you. Did you panic in the water. No maybe during the box. Jellyfish i thought am i gonna die. Here is 'cause. I was really having trouble breathing. The whole law professional medical team university of miami. Er doctors were having trouble reviving me We weren't sure and many people have died being stung. It's called the irukandji syndrome..
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"diana" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue
"Okay And the last what. I'll call difficult question. At least i think so. How do you define success. I would define success. When i've gotten to a point of significance and that means that i can look around to clients community members and the like and see the work that they've been able to do that was a result of something that i did in their life and so for me is not about my personal success but moving even past that two levels of significance to where the work that i've done actually contribute it in a positive way to somebody into their levels of success in their purposeful work. Love la la that thank you for sharing that all right. Now we're gonna get into final four. There's just four quick questions us. Tell me the first thing that pops in your head and all right. I will warn you. The first one is probably the most difficult of the four. Okay all right here it is. Why did god create diana okay. So that's okay I would always say for me personally. Is to be the lion of god to go fearlessly and boldly and to do my purposeful work. That's what i believe Love that thank you. Oh i'm so good folks that's quotable by the way and that out as little as right all right or create a mean for it right the ticket snapshot of diana put that in there make it look pretty area all right question number two. What are you doing reading or listening to right now. That's helping you grow De-link quiet time. I'm getting into that season Of the year where. I'm getting ready to go back into another digital fast. And some preparing everything to get into the season of silence i this every year For few months towards the end of the year tourist a fall is getting too quiet. And so i'll read a lot I just started book. I'm trying to think of what it is. I have to look it up really quickly. But it's a book on branding. I can't call it a crank. call it right now. But that's what i'm doing. I'm getting into reading season. Where i'm just getting quiet and i'm starting to a steady tremendously and is gonna bother me don't if i don't find it but this is the one i highly recommend if you don't have it it's called. You are the brand by mike. Kim saw mike. Kim just did he was at the time. He's doing the audio book for That once i saw that just came out..
"diana" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue
"Better be schilling sharing or something that regard and so it's always going to be a refinement of your messaging or even your quality to is not always like spending a ton of money but what could be improved and make a significant difference for maybe a small dollar effects. And so that's something to always look at your brand. You made. how clarity. You're branding your messaging and who you're helping with wet specifically fantastic but the refinement of that message is always gonna call. Come into question and be called to question with new introduction of platforms and as our audience changes and shifts. Okay so let's dig a little deeper into that that. Let's say that i'm ready to do that. I'm ready to refine so. Let's get down to the nitty gritty. What do i need in order to get to a better level of recording. I'm be real specific. Talked about the different types of equipment that are out there and then you can be even more specific if you want to. As far as brands and again folks will be sure to include stuff like this in the show so for those of you who are driving or who are on the treadmill. Please don't stop to write this down. I don't want to hear about accidents and people get so sure so the thing now if we're going into technically speaking quality is it can be a money pit if you're not careful because you can assume you need to buy something else for it to be better. If you're messing sucks the more expensive. The camera will not help you or microphone. However you do think about your love that okay today that again so that that was that is healthy. I you to say that again please. I have it saved. I have to think how it said it now is like if you're competent. Essentially of your content sucks a more expensive microphone or a more expensive camera will not help you. It can look pretty and still have a one percent average view duration. And nobody's watching so it doesn't matter your content is still going to be the cane which your quality should still be in the royal household so if the approach that i take with a diana us win. The equipment is holding me back then. It's time to up net ties in with what you're saying about messaging because if i have crap messaging i don't need great equipment for.
"diana" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"I tweet around Ver- landscape is constantly changing. It's like a week ago. Yeah i not looked everything over to the spot farm. Which i don't think that's happened but it's just like you know things are while it looks like you're on twitter because i heard it was illegal for people in your age range to be on twitter. You're supposed to be on. Either grammar. Tic tac still alive list of fifteen-year-olds. Now i mean first of all. Listen i hopefully nobody from twitter Coming up so don't ban me No it's legalizing thirteen and up on the fourteen enough legal tongue-in-cheek legal is is that. I thought the party had moved away from twitter and over to instagram and tik tuk and twitter was for old people in politicians. now know. that's the crypto people. Are you kidding. Everybody like if you wanna get less time you wanna a party recently in early. Know how do i find you in dealing with chancery Twitter like avance again. I use them as i need to post more on it. But i'm like that is not the place to really connect get to know this community like. I say everybody will help you out. If you reach out to somebody somebody late was going on me like more. Like i'd say like nine Healthy unless they're you know one of the really really big people just have time. But it's it's really Did that with a lot of people Like can you just outlay a little bit. You not to understand than i did that long clubhouse with that's kind of like dying out a little bit more now. Both of black men of tr on they do interested entities on clubhouse a lot i think maybe once or twice a week which is that bring artists in. Everybody speaks and they do. Unlike your knees love it. I love it has so much remained to an out. We're going to be like. I said we're going to be meeting every week. And we're gonna have like this update on diana half an hour on the m. f. t. girl corner right there. Typecast typecast cool and clear it is. It is an absolute pleasure chatting with us. Our second conversation. I feel like we have hours about. This stuff is fantastic. Well thank you. Diana sinclair dot. Com is the url. Where people can go to. And you're you're linked to your Your foundation and all that stuff is there so they can your twitter all that stuff. All at diana sinclair dot com. Go there as my portfolio. My about me and the price that i've done just like and i've got to get better about updating. Hopefully i'll get a website soon but right now just using format whatever whatever works works yep whatever works minimum viable product is get it out there and integrate. Cool all right. We'll leave it right there. Thanks a lot and thanks for doing this on a monday. We recording this on august sixteenth and Mondays a rough. So thank you for doing. This is i'm tired. I get my energy those actually one of the very good. I'll say this one very quickly Great pieces of advice. That i got that. It's like when you're in the center of this like you gotta make sure that you take care of your own energy that i'm trying to get into account cambria take our for me to get my energy up cycling. Take care of the rest of the stuff. I need to do because people will feed off of me. You know some mets exactly right. You know my. Here's my secret right here coffee. Yes i need to dan. i'm going to get off and go get a cup of coffee before the next meeting that i have there you go see your revived from this conversation. So you get great..
"diana" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Awhile since twenty ten ten. That's yeah twenty. Ten when i finished my phd. That's all the. How long have you been. No i came so department of energy. Alright cameron. I went to work for cameron ben Somewhere in there. I went to work for one subsea and then schlumberger acquired all of cameron and up. See remember that thirteen twenty fourteen issue. Ish m n. I left. Houston for a while. Went to an austrian company called her bigger. Who is a who is here to supplier or this is a funny name it is it is strand. Herberger herberger yeah they make hydraulic systems and controls in all kinds of stuff like that but it was a and then came back to technique. Bfm see okay. That's awesome oilfield. You've been there. You've been doing it for a while. I mean what he fifty two fifty three thirty seven gulick absolutely messing with you. You're you look. You look great for being that old but you know who doesn't like that great for being. That old are good old friend charles. Yates that is one i was. I was waiting for this to come up with forty. Did you guys know knows now. Cow house i literally only. He's always like fifty five and i'm just like what. Now he looks. Fifty five though. Oh you every part. Of what you all do. I actually look okay. A yes or you will. You're twenty two arrow through my coffee at you okay. Let's see Donahue overseas to participate in this sunday's come on can totally mess up his guests. If you're right no i am not gonna. I'm not gonna advise my opinion based off of this. I'm going thirty seven. How did you get really really really. I know what i'm doing so anyway I wanted to wait. But as soon as i was like thirty seven right there so this is go running thing. That's been going on lately. Let me just let her. Oh god really what are you like twelve. I'm still waiting to go to i'm gonna go. I think you're a year or two older than iams. that's good. That's good. Gus as i close claves no ids close at costa who same decade region. Okay sure gosh. She's thirty one. You're thirty one. Okay okay i just is. That beer knows the benjamin button. Said derive look older shit. It's the beard. Generally i get thirty six. Thirty seven That's generally what i get your red dining ill. You can take of that if you'd like. I was hoping to not have to guess again because you embarrassed her because a stupid you look now. No but everybody wearing beards now. It's like the era of the beard. Just messes it all up. What if i don't have a beard. I look like i'm twelve hours. That's why i asked. Also how old i am and then i want you if you were thinking higher lower okay. Thirty five oh. I was thinking lower. But i was biased. Because he's thirty one. Yeah because he looked so much older than me on that topic. No no no no no. You can't just say that bomb that's been conversation isn't going to bring it up but and you don't have to answer this if you if you comfortable it would make my day if you would though is more handsome me and him. Oh man just objective to yourself. You're no. I mean if i'm being honest. The fake between us right definitely. Big chuck chuck is actually pretty handsomely. okay mic. He shouldn't have even brought into this conversation fault. That's stupid chuck. He's so dumb. Have you ever said oh. You're terrible aguirre terrible. I'm gonna have to figure out how to record you guys so i can see what you say about me and we really like you tony. You're we lose. Start while i started calling you dr donning. I'm not doing it. She's not a doctor. I believe that your doctor. I just would prefer to call you by diana okay. I'm gonna duck okay. I like duck. So who's more handsome. Oh my gosh. I know it's okay so i'm a sucker for blue is. Neither of us has blue eyes. You have like bluish. Green is so meeting then the third show. This is the third show in a row. Are you losing losing. Losing is our hazel by the way so she just thinks i'm more helpful. Things is like blue and green and a little. Bit of brown's ever. I'm legitimately on suicide watch. Because i'm i'm so tired of people telling he's more handsome than me. Well my mom thinks. I'm handsome locations both young handsome to tell you that every day. But you there's a big ask what you said. No i think you're just being biased. Because you're you're intimidated by my age. He's at coming up with these okay but that we are very close to renew time. So there's anything you want to say anything you wanna plug. Meaning you wanna leave people with. Now's the time to do it. Do you wanna leave him with one thing. Ransomed in brooklyn okay. Okay so so. I think the oilfield can fix this. I really think that we can. I think it's gonna take a little bit of a change in our method of delivery especially when it comes to to our arbor public perception and things like that. I think i think we've got a really really changed. The narrative I'm a huge fan of d. W and what. They're doing trying to change the narrative. I think that we can actually do it. And i think we can do it quickly really but we need to start like now really doing really doing our jump on that horse. Let's change the narrative. Let's get back to what we do and do really really well. Let's solve the energy poverty problem in this and not only this country but the world and let's move on. You know what. Go solve the next problem. I love the i love. The a lot of people are like. Oh it's too late. We can't fix it and you know it's not too late. We can do this. Oh you know what. Energy strong energy priorities strong. I will be on the table and say we can do it. We can do wherever love it. I love awesome great. We'd close the show. Diana thank you so much for coming on. Thank you for telling me that. I'm more handsome. We're gonna edit that part of lexington hugs and kisses everybody..
"diana" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Listen we can do it like this. Houston young successful entrepreneur. Moscow business is back for another week once you tell the people what you're laughing about okay. No sorrow do good to talk about her show. Is you okay great. I'm sure she would lie. Don't wear heels if you're healed. I'd feel masculine. Imagine how he feels. I feel perfectly fine. My masculine is intact. No i don't you can say that i don't go ahead. Welcome back to another week of oil money with myself. Don davis and use of chowdhry this week joined by diana. I just got self conscious about saying your last name. Groure groure okay. My confidence is restored. Okay can you please correct that. Dr dianna grow our yes. Yes very important detail. And i've started calling her. Doc thank you. And so i question if anybody ever asked for a doctor is like. Is there a doctor. Are you like i'm here. No i don't do people why because my phd is in engines. Nyman mechanical engineer. Mechanical things people people are really messy. Could you do like a tracheotomy if you had to. Oh i hope not no. i'm dying. no. I'm sitting there. This guy i am. I first aid and cpr certified. No no no no no account. I'm dying in this situation. We need a doc. There's nobody just me it's us. Three here is dr who just screams into the room for doctor. Are you gonna respond yes. I'm here absolutely not. Oh man oh no you know what we do. In that situation. I would be like yes. I'm here. i cannot help. But i am a doctor. Just for the record. I would do the schooling i out one hundred sent around here on doctor okay so before we jump into much. You're very tall. Doc yes donny. You know i don't. I'm not unknown. Okay with this conversation. Many other attributes you know. I wasn't gonna talk just about daca this when i was gonna tithe into you. Go ahead shortness. Could this is your thing. Okay so i just met doc. Just maybe twenty thirty minutes ago and she was standing right next to johnny. And i've never seen someone looked so little it's like saying i'm big tarsus tall and graceful. You're extremely graceful. And i even told you that you look like you have really good coordination but this guy looks like literally redhead ginger. He looks like a lucky charms man and he looks like he showed his jumped into your pocket. My purse no purse to bake you think so. This is my mom bag. Oh you can't fit in the mom bag or he can't. It's too big. He will feel uncomfortable. It'll be too much room for. You'll be swimming in bag. Cartwheel in that bag okay. Enough of doggone dina or dock. That's not nice. We shouldn't do all right so this is going to be interesting podcast because i'm from like traditional land services. This guy's from land operations. You're from i mean mostly subsea are all subsea. Mostly sexy okay. So we have nothing to talk about. Yeah not least described with subsidies or a dumb like me. Break it down. Break it down really really complicated. Bowels big yellow things bottom of the ocean ten feet of unconsolidated fish poop and naro v. What does that subsea a remotely operated vehicle. Okay that's what. I thought it was going to a robot antastic. So y'all don't even deal with drilling you just deal with production so the the company that i worked for right now technique bfm see. We're focused mostly on production come so we provide engineering. Construction installation services fund. Things like that is sore on the gulf or global. Yeah so what made you okay. So i mean let's take a step back for a second. What made you decide to go into a mechanical engineer. Which made you be like. Hey i was it like from a young age saw on engine. I really want to know how that works. And i'm gonna take it apart. While was it. Just like hey. I'm just a math. My grandfather took me to antique tractor shows in central kansas. When i was really really really little while he was an agricultural engineer and was absolutely obsessed with steam engines. And that's what i wanted. What i wanted to do was work on steam engines. Who knew we don't actually use steam or harlow. She mentioned but its dimensions. Combustion is fine. Okay so you really like a kayak okay so far yeah okay arsonists. Novick deal yeah. It's okay we just keep an eye on her. that's all right. The burning building birds. We know what happened. Okay so you. You decided to go into mechanical engineering and was it. I mean a little bit of a offhand question was did you find it hard to be a female mechanical engineer in the middle of kansas. Absolutely it was me one other girl she was from houston and that was it and it was just the two of us and a bunch of dudes and it was. It wasn't terrible but it got more and more challenging as we got further along in the coursework. Because i'm really good at math. She was really good at math. There are some people in engineering. Who should not be an engineering but the expectation is is that europe. Won't if you're a woman you're going to help. Yikes dad immaculate notes. they would get passed around. Cla- s- was the same thing. You're good handwriting. Oh yeah you look like. You'd have good hand i do. I have really good engineered handwriting. I had a couple of a couple of roommates who are architectural engineers and they had to do the weird lettering things so i learned the weird lettering things so i can actually write like an engineer. Wow that's actually really really cool. I was not a skill you'll ever use. I mean i have such bad penmanship. When i'm writing notes. Even i can't read them like when i read them back on my i dunno know it. Yeah no it's just it's bad handwriting kind of if all you if i'm in a hurry lost cause on the notes that i have to really make myself rice slowly to be able to read it. You look like you'd have great handwriting. There's something very feminine about you. I write in all caps. Something very feminine about me scream at yourself. When he writing notes. I for cases. I just do a bigger version of the real life. What about.
"diana" Discussed on The HeirPod
"To be i guess more fitting for for for for sculptor sculpture to sates because before it was had lots of cutter very narrow flowerbeds and sort of paved walkways and it wasn't the most simple of spaces and so they've really kind of simplified it. They brought in lawn and a sort of very color schemes group of plants of four thousand plans. But all very much in that. So pastel colors game to complement the bronze sculpture. That was there so he had of course these individuals involved in it but it was mostly people that were major parts of diners life. And i think that's what made it much more special and you could see when they're all together. Why then wouldn't have been formal speeches. In fact it was very much just sort of like missing your and your uncle was lots of hugs and chit chats. And i think everyone there was just very excited to be able to have this special moment to remember diana's life and although the unveiling did take place during the time they were together i think twenty minutes or so was just everyone catching up. They had met briefly inside and they came outside for twenty minutes. And then the unveiling happened. Which was william and harry together side by side pulling the sheets off the sculpture..
"diana" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"For diana through a life in a different place in just bring her to the united states. it brought her to space. Diana is an aerospace engineer. She works at nasa where she's one of flight directors for nasa's perseverance rover which is looking for signs of past life on mars. Her journey to get here is remarkable. It was fueled by some really powerful women and her deep conviction. That latina's need to be in the room. When we learn that there is life on this planet. I want to start with the women in your family because it seems to me that the entire trajectory of your life is informed by your mom and by the women who raised you. So would you start by telling me about them. My mom my grandma. My great grandma any general. My grandma's sisters my cousins. This was a group of women that will get together on my grandma's house which was a block away from my house and we will always have you know it got his seat. Though in the kitchen they will talk about their marriage life but was going on with her husband what was going on with their kids and it was funny because all of them were older women and i think that the only kid was me and sometimes my mom's cousin but jimmy. Their home wasn't like first second thirty. I was like mighty s watching them. Talk to each other about the dig. Said they wanted in their lives that they wanted to keep for their own personal development but at the same time how hard it was for them to make that trade with their significant others. So i think that hearing all of that but at the same time hearing them try to find a way to get what they wanted made me think two things one of them was. Why are you not choosing the thing that you wanna do. Why are you not going for that thing. I hear you say one. But i wanted but i can
"diana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"It's written uh ski here. Happy really well. And i'd like to say thank you for all of the support that you are showing for the show. The feedback is is warm. It's inspiring and it's just it's wonderful. So i keep coming through now on today. We're gonna be talking about emotional intelligence with diana kewnya welcome to the show diana absolutely a pleasure to heavy he today. Now i don't know much about emotional intelligence and for those who are on the show. This is going to be a route trait if you if you want to learn more. Because diana's a professional speaker and she is a coach and her specialty is emotional intelligence. And we're gonna take into that in a little diana but before we do that love to learn more you. I guess a good place to start is is way where you live. Where is home for you home for me is huntington beach california. Oh a lovely place to live. Yeah it's nice you playing a you. I am so i enjoy the beach. And it's also a great place to jog and exercise and it was really great outlet Has been a good outlet during the pandemic so i was very fortunate to be able to be near the water fantastic. All of huntington beach of all that coastline is just such a beautiful place and the surface fantastic are remember that. That's for sure certain. And do you find walking. Ran a place tat that you're inspired. That inspires me. I think you know. Connecting to getting connecting to nature of being near nature is inspiring to meet hard getting away from technology. And all the things that were other ways connected to and also A lot of inspiration from other individuals who are thought leaders in the area. So although i do like to disconnect from technology we'll say you will often find you're listening to a podcast or an audible book. John's or walks to you so fantastic. You talked about technology. Diana and needing to disconnect occasionally. I'd love to explore that in terms of how it might be impacting both negatively and positively our emotional intelligence. I would probably swing back around to that question later on if you don't mind now in terms of Hobbies and pastimes. Do you do anything else to your favorite movies. What you think. Oh i love to cook fantastic and love to travel. He gave us chairman going on at the moment and they will say even further hurt. I like combining those two things together so one of my most favorite things to do. I haven't done it in a while but one of my most favorite things to do is recreate a meal. Had from one of the trips. That i've taken so like a many years ago. I went to croatia and had a really lovely seafood pasta there that i remade and getting angry morocco and re trying to recreate this chicken best. Stella our just like a puff pastry or low with chickens not being and powdered sugar. And so nice. Way to like relive where you were. Learn some some new recipes. And i get to relive the experience of the travel so i would say those. Those things might be a great wonderful. Do you have a particular cuisine that you'd prefer. I like i like it. All i would say tend to kind of by default. Lean towards like french or talian is just kind of like the base. But i love all kinds of cuisine like Asian mexican indian all fantastic. Now i'm always to go back and relive our childhood. As and i always think about my early days with pets. Did you have a pet. And if he did what was what was your funds memory..
"diana" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast
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"diana" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast
"Now with the transcript and the links from this podcast and today we have a special guest. It's diana glad me of the video simplified podcast. Welcome diana thank you so much dane. It's such an honor to be here. I appreciate you on the show today. We are excited. Diana kidney we asked you on the video marketing value podcast today because on your podcast you recently gave a few great tips for businesses on how they should decide what kinds of topics they should make their youtube videos about. And this is a very common problem and We thought we'd have a discussion about your tips as at that. Worked for you. Oh absolutely i'm so pumped to dive into it. Okay gwen cool. Let's jump right in and talk about your tip number one. Yeah absolutely so. I think the first thing when it comes to trying to figure out what videos you should create your business. One of the easiest forms is to do those frequently asked questions if you are trying to figure out oh i gotta dwell these things in these different the easiest most Honestly it can be self-serving to the company but it's very service centered at the same time. Is those frequently asked questions because you have that literally on a dedicated page because your company gets asked those a lot. Even if you're just getting started you can take inspiration from other into people in your industry other creators other entrepreneurs and they're frequently asked questions and sometimes they'll be comment area on those pages that can go a little bit deeper and get inspiration from there that way. You not only the written version of that specific question but you have the video version of an answer that really can dive deeper with your community and lead them to another piece of content. That's going to serve them in that next logical question that they may have when it comes to content that your company produces or what service and solution that you sell and i love that as a place to start. Because they've got almost every company has faq's or at least they know what people want to know and you can embed those youtube videos right on the page with the faq. But but i have a question for you when you tell this to a business. Are they gonna say something like that's boring. That's not what youtube is about. that's not viral. What would you say that. But neither is the frequently asked questions. Page on your..
"diana" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty
"But i think if i was maybe in an internal position would be too scared to do anything. That's so true and again. I think like it's so different. Maybe in twenty twenty one whereas like back then in the nineties people yeah would just have a maybe a harder time to to say something in or or feel. Y'all less safe doing stuff. Sure what are the other. Like main conspiracies like is there any other conspiracies outside of the royal family. I guess my question is like. Is it charles going to frigging the queen elizabeth and saying like i think we should kill diana like who who comes up with this proposition. Does the queen act alone. do other people know. What do you think. I would literally i would love to know. I don't think what i learned. I think about like corruption is that it's not a plan like they don't have a shared google doc. And it's like dan. I think is just a very like the table. This needs to be done. I don't know if queen elizabeth or prince charles was directly involved in it. But i do think that it was definitely an insider job in the sense that like a people. A lot of people realize they have motive for different reasons. And they're like we all on the same thing. So i generally don't know how how that conversation that even spiraled and i wanna make this very clear like these are conspiracy. So i'm not you know what i mean. This is just like a belief it could genuinely just be a car accident or whatever it was. But princess diana's such a high profile celebrity. She doesn't get into any carbon just anyone. So how is it that like that one car. That was checked out a couple of weeks ago and return is the same one that you know what i mean like. It's like it's a suspicious. And i don't think anyone else would really do that given that everyone loved her like i think she was someone that had public haters or celebrity. That people despised. You could say like oh it could have been literally just some random person but everyone in the public loved her. When she died there was like grown men crying on the side of the castle. So i really don't. I think her only haters were the royal family. Do any of the senior members of the royal family like talk about diana interviews or publicly. I've only heard william. And harry talk about her and i think that makes sense like that's their mother. I don't even know what they would say though. Even if you've heard if you've watched interviews of william and harry like you can tell that they're very obviously. They're they're canceling. They lost their mom. That's the story..