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Fresh "Everett" from Tom and Curley
"Oh, yeah, John. In fact, we didn't mention this way. Take advantage of your absence on Thursday to talk about the Seattle International Film Festival was opening night that night. We're in the midst of it this weekend. A lot of great movies on the on tap. Got good. Glad I wasn't there for any of that. All right, Sure. Look at traffic for us, a couple of problems north only five highway to a crash that's taking up the right lane. A driver's also going to run into a stall reported in the H O. V. Only North 25, just north of 145th. Also hearing from drivers that there's an accident on a street in Auburn. This is closer to 14 still dealing with an hour and 45 minute travel time. Right now, from Seattle to Tacoma. I'll explain why. In 10 minutes traffic brought to you by Chevrolet of Everett. A better experience is standard equipment at Chevrolet of everywhere. Every new vehicle comes with oil changes and warranty for life. Find new roads on Evergreen Way. Visit Chevrolet of ever dot com. Our radio, real time Traffic and Tracy Taylor, Dave Ross on Seattle's Morning news. There's article about Fizer working on a pill that you could give to somebody already has over. 19 Dr Gordon Cohen, MD. If we look at the statistics from flu vaccinations.
State order targets Boeing Everett plant's polluted history
"Is under state orders to clean up a creek long contaminated by waste from the company's Everett plant, The Daily Herald reports Powder Mill Creek Was tainted by T. C E D greasing solvent known to cause cancer in humans, the report says. Under a state mandated plan, Boeing will spend decades and millions of dollars cleaning up that creek.
Fresh update on "everett" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Three weeks ago in Everett. Come on news time. 3 31 person is dead. A police officer wounded after a shooting at a high school in Knoxville, Tennessee. There are calls for a police officer in Brooklyn center, Minnesota who fatally shot a black man during a traffic stop to be fired immediately. Civil rights attorney in accumulate visual and the people of Brooklyn Center and stand in solidarity and demanding Justice for a young man. Sal's life was snatched too soon. The department's chief says the officer intended to fire a Taser, not a handgun. Bolognese. Floyd was on the witness stand in the trial of Derrick Show. Vin, the former Minneapolis police officer. Pleaded not guilty to killing Floyd's brother, George, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell again criticizing President Biden's infrastructure proposals. 6% of this proposal goes to roads and bridges. It's not remotely targeted toward what Americans think they're getting. When politicians campaign on infrastructure Biden is hosting a bipartisan group of lawmakers at the White House. Daria Aldinger ABC News Co Moh news 1000.
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"Rob welcome to talk to me so glad to be here. I'm really excited. That i get to join you great to meet your audience. Yeah it's great to have you here. You got to meet intersection. You gave a talk at the python webconference recently. That also spoke at and your talk was really interesting and certainly relevant to the by von folks. So i thought it'd be cool to have you over here and you know. I should give credit to paul everett for connecting us. He's like oh that was a great talk. You should go. Talk to rob so thanks. Paul as well is not long ago on the show. Yeah i've been chatting with all about thoughts around the talk as well. He's a really brilliant guy. He is he definitely. He's been doing a lot of cool stuff for a long time. So now he's he's a great guy now before we get into get an all those types of things which you know. It's really surprising to me how much it's taken over. The world's right used to be there was always a question. What source control. do you use like. that's not a question. I hear all often these days not at least as much as they used to be. But before we dive into the details of that. Let's start with the story. How'd you get into programming. This is actually a really fun story. I was ten. I was in the library because they had the computer. And we'd play video games. And the methodology of how you do this is you. Go up to the counter and you flip through the book and you go find the video game and show them that page and they give you the disk and you save icon. You take the khan and put it in the computer. You play the game. So i finished playing my game and i went back to the desk to go pick Another one flipping through the plastic sheets. And i found a drawing program. Was that the. I'd like to play this game. They gave me an eight and a half by eleven sheet of paper. The top two thirds was graph paper. You know grass and the bottom third was how to write the program to draw that onscreen.
Fresh "Everett" from Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Find a solution. Stay connected. Stay informed The Northwest News Station Co. Moh news still ahead on come. Oh, just a week away from the governor's deadline to offer in person learning toe all students I'm Jeff Pooja, with where the state's largest district stands. I'm Kelly Blair and arrest for a deadly road Rage incident three weeks ago in Everett. Come on news time. 3 31 person is dead. A police officer wounded after a shooting at a high school in Knoxville, Tennessee. There are calls for a police officer in Brooklyn center, Minnesota who fatally shot a black man during a traffic stop to be fired immediately. Civil rights attorney in accumulate visual and the people.
City of Everett pushes back on hate group
"It removed a banner showing a hate groups logo from a pedestrian bridge. Come was Eric Heights reports it was replaced with another sign promoting unity. The banner place without permission on March 23rd Red Reclaim America. With the Web address of the group Patriot front, Kathleen Baxter, with the city's Public Works department tells the Everett Herald it was removed from the bridge overlooking Marine View Drive in a couple of hours. Then, on Tuesday, the city put up a new banner from the same spot displaying the message. All are welcome and average. No place for hate stickers promoting group have appeared around the city in the past couple of years. The city says it's not known to Patriot Front has an active local chapter or of its trying to recruit members.
Fresh "Everett" from News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Report sponsored by Beacon Plumbing, heating and electrical called Beacon today and say $50 on all drain cleaning and sewer repair. Just call 1 800 freakin and stop. Freaking call began. Here is the forecast. It's wonderful, mostly sunny. And a high of about 60 today, 62 or so tomorrow mid sixties for Wednesday, upper sixties Thursday, and we hit the 70 degree mark on either Thursday or Friday, and it's gonna be mid seventies right now that stands on. Saturday and Sunday in Everett. We're looking right now at Sonny's guys. 44 degrees 46 Sunny in Tacoma, and it's up to 48 mostly sunny at Sea Tac Airport at 10 16. Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM, 97 7 and stories We're following right now, as we have telegrams, size and bill only allowed the editor's desk on Tom Cutler Police in Brooklyn Center. Minnesota right now are giving it up another date on the police shooting of a black man. Authorities say the man was shot during a traffic stop yesterday afternoon. He's been identified by relatives. As 20 year old Dante,.
NCAA has its day in Supreme Court
"We were about to check in with with rick harrow. Who is our sports business. Expert and rick great to have you back lost you a minute ago. Glad you're back. And i don't know when we've had more legal questions on a sports show but with the supreme court argument yesterday the nfl bill Making the rounds. Who better to talk to than you. Harvard law graduate for those. Who don't know rick went to law school with chief justice roberts. I believe they even were roommates at one time. And rick. thank you for joining us. Enlighten us What's give us the lowdown on what you picked up from yesterday's hearing we were both chicago bear fan. It was abysmal. It was a terrible time. Oh not not the way. We roomed in went to talk about. Nfl stuff so you know. Look the bottom line is there is much more these days than we've had before the nfl. Name image likeness ruling. The allston case will Way to decide how far the ncaa gets to govern this. And ironically when you talk to some of the big time athletic directors all over college Sports they've been trying to figure out how to govern power five as you know versus everybody else versus division two in three verses the other sports versus title nine. They're all bunch of level of financial commitment. And you gotta cover all of them the name image likeness stuff doesn't just involve the top marketable player in college football or basketball. Every year trickle down to all five hundred thousand student athletes in the ncaa men and women so it is not an easy decision. Remember the ncaa. Mark everett last year said. We're going to do it. We both knew the devil was in the details. And it's a big devil.
The City of Everett, NE of Seattle, decries white nationalist propaganda
"The city of ever it removed a banner showing a hate groups logo from a pedestrian bridge couples Eric Hynes reports It was replaced with another sign promoting unity. The banner Place without permission on March 23rd Red Reclaim America. With the Web address of the group Patriot front, Kathleen Baxter, with the city's Public Works department tells the Everett Herald it was removed from the bridge overlooking rain view drive in a couple of hours. And on Tuesday, the city put up a new banner from the same spot displaying the message. All are welcome, and Everett, no place for hate stickers promoting the group have appeared around the city in the past couple of years. Said. He says it's not known to Patriot Front has an active local chapter or of its trying to recruit
Washington man charged in 1987 fire he allegedly set at age 12 that killed firefighter
"34 years after flames claimed the life of an Everett firefighter. A murder charge has been filed in a guilty plea entered details from Como's Bologna after decades of investigating, detectives say 46 year old Elmer Nash Jr confessed to starting the fire before pleading guilty during an arraignment hearing. Jerry Parks was among those battling the fire it every community college in the early morning hours of February, 16th 1987 when he became trapped inside of the burning building, a team of investigators quickly determine the fire was the result of an arson. Nash was 12 years old. At the time of the fire. He told investigators he never intended to hurt
Man charged in 1987 arson that killed Everett firefighter
"Pleaded guilty today to setting a fire at ever community College 34 years ago, one firefighter died. Homer Nash Jr says he was 12 years old at the time and was with other kids who had broken into and burglarize the college library under a plea agreement that takes into account his age at the time, Nash faces more than three years in prison.
Boston-area communities getting $100M from state after receiving ‘significantly smaller’ funds
"Today that he is sending financial help to hard hit communities in Massachusetts, Chelsea Everett Bethune and Randolph didn't get as much federal funding as others will be getting additional money from the state. $100 million will come from a the state received. As part of the latest covert stimulus package Senator read Marquee in the statement says he's pleased the governor is heated. The congressional delegations calls to target federal aid to the hardest hit areas. Marquis, Senator Elizabeth Warren and Congresswoman I gotta. Presley sent a letter last week to the governor, urging him to use the discretion provided to target $4.5 billion in the states. states. Direct Direct federal federal aid. aid. aid. Disproportionately Disproportionately Disproportionately Disproportionately impacted impacted impacted impacted communities communities communities communities to to to to all all all all
Everett City Council to vote on controversial 'no sit, no lie' ordinance for Seattle suburb
"Whether it's going to become illegal to sit or lay down in a 10 block area in the city of Everett. If passed, a new ordinance would make homeless encampments like the one along Smith Avenue. Illegal violators would face arrest and hundreds of dollars of fines is not criminalizing homelessness. Intent is to have criminal sanctions as leverage, but hopefully to not actually have to use the business owners say the encampments. They're driving customers away. They don't feel safe on the streets. This is the worst I've ever seen. Two proposed ordinance is part of a plan to create 20 temporary Many shelters by the end of the summer, they would be put up on city owned land behind the Everett Gospel Mission City Council member list. Baggaley says the city is keeping that project from happening by requiring the ordinance against encampments become law. First. It's changed to say that I will be voting against it today will be a chance for people who live around here to tell the City Council what they think of The proposed ordinance, it also it could very likely come up for a vote today, So as of tomorrow, it could be a new law. That's
Whole Life Insurance is bad, right?
"My name is chris. And i'm joined today with the founder of life. Success and legacy. Mike everett mike. Today i want to address one of the questions that was a huge stumbling block for me. When when sean. And i i were introduced to this concept of infinite banking and i got a whole nelson ashes book becoming your own banker and i read it multiple times pieces that really fit made sense to me but i had a mental block and that was because i had been that whole life. Insurance was the worst place in the world to put our money. We hear this over and over. So let's dig into that. There's a lot of people out there. A lot of financial people a lot of financial personalities that are out in the world that are saying whole life. insurance is the worst place in the world. Put your money. Why do they say that. Well if you go and you look at a traditional whole life insurance policy and the way. It's designed i. I really would tend to kind of lean towards what those personalities of said that whole life insurance is a bad place to put money. But if you go back a couple of generations right now and you think where did people put money before. 401k's and ira's became the traditional place to put the tax qualified plan ever came about. I'm gonna just terrier the only place most of those people in you're talking about my grandparents and migrate grandparents. They only had one place that well excuse me to They put it in whole life insurance programs policies right or they put it under the mattress at home. That's the only place that they did. But if you go back and you think like nelson does you think long term whole life insurance is the safest place you can put your money regardless of how it's designed but because of the way in which we go about reengineering the way the money is allocated in the policy it's the safest best place in the world and it's got more than anything with somebody would put their money in. Yeah i think for from my standpoint or at least how. I was taught to think about money. It's because whole life insurance Maybe traditionally designed rivage was designed to emphasize the death benefit. Anyone as little as possible. Try right when you look at that and you're looking at purely as an investment. It that maybe doesn't match up to some other things. But but honestly. I've seen some some workout there by by some folks we're actually can even show up to be better than some of the investments that are out there will in nelson's book i'm gonna just tell you that he uses a couple of examples one with the twins and one with the equipment financing and if you look at this over the long haul. I'm just telling you does it. Outperforms the market It outperforms inflation. And what's interesting when you when we read nelson's book the examples in the book aren't even designed they are anonymous is the cash value more which is how we will design for. That's correct. Why did he do that. Well the reason why he did that was he wanted to make sure people knew that it would work. Even if the policy wasn't designed properly. Yeah so so. If it's designed traditionally to emphasize have been and and pay his little into it as possible there some debate amongst people whether it would be better to do that versus mother things but when you start factoring in that policy could be designed to deemphasize the death benefit and you could emphasized the cash value portion of it and then you introduced the whole concept of using it for banking financing your financing. Needs in your life. There is no comparison. There's not so one of the questions that we always ask people right this very minute. If what is more important to you. Cash or life insurance death benefit. What are they all say. Cash every single time. So what if there was a program out there you could put money in and have access to it income tax free all along the days of your life. Okay so we need cash from right now till the day we die we only death benefit one day and we can show you through the program through abc through the policy. That if you did this all along your life not only. Would you have access and be able to utilize the cash is flowing in and out of your money. But at the time of year death you'll end up having two three four five times more death benefit than what you could purchase right now. phrase it is So many of us look at whether it's whole life for an investment or whatever we look at it as an either or right and really what this is about is a yes both. That's exactly right. If you really want to invest in the market or other types of things you can do that. But if you're smart you're gonna run your money through your ivy system. Get all the guarantees that they offer and then take loans against your policy and go do the stuff that you love to do exactly yeah. Great question I it's a hard one in our in our culture because so many of us have been told that whole life. Insurance is bad bad place to put our money but truth be told. It's actually the best place in the world to store money. It's foundational to a whole financial economic system for ourselves. It is
Seattle area's Dr. Jeff Duchin provides updates on trends in COVID-19 cases, vaccinations
"Says it has reached its goal of vaccinating 45,000 people a day against Cove it. The bigger question, though, is Can we keep it going? Although we're making progress, we still have a ways to go. Dr. Jeff Duchin with public health Seattle in King County, said during his media briefing on Friday that despite the progress we've made There's still that shortfall in supply. We have almost 400 providers in rolled with the state to provide vaccine here in King County, but only 24 were Abel's received doses for prime doses their first doses for new patients this week while it's help that the state received nearly 61,000 Johnson and Johnson doses You won't be able to get any more from the feds for another few weeks. Despite all these challenges, we continue to see progress like this weekend at Evergreen Middle School in Everett were over 600 Every public school staff members were able to get the Johnson and Johnson vaccine vaccination is a critical tool that we need to help bring the covert 19 pandemic to an end. In total, the state's been able to administer Nearly 80% of the doses they've received from the federal government. Make
Districts' plans for reopening schools across Washington
"Classrooms. Para 70 Cindy Kim tells us more to Layla Elementary is starting with the limited class schedule on Monday. Sixth graders into coma start tomorrow as well. Bellingham Public schools is bringing high school students back. Freshman students, sophomores, juniors and seniors are expected to be phased back into the classroom. Over the next few weeks, and more teachers are getting vaccinated. Hundreds of ever teachers were vaccinated at a pop up clinic and ever yesterday, pharmacist from Safeway and Albertsons administered the New Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Susan Target works at both grossers and tells Karo seven TV as a pharmacist. This is definitely a highlight of my career. People are so appreciative. We love that we conserve the community and we can go out there and help protect everyone. The youngest learners and Everett returned to classrooms over the last month with 4th and 5th graders heading back on the 15th.
New vaccination site opens at Angel of the Winds Arena in Seattle area
"On covert vaccines. The angel of the winds Arena in Everett is now open as a mass vaccination site, Department of Emergency Management director Jason Bierman says you will need to make an appointment will be using the Johnson and Johnson vaccine Esso. We're excited that this will be certainly the firms in the county and we believe perhaps the first in the state that will actually be rolling out Use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. The first batch of the vaccine arrived in Washington State. Just this week I broke radio stone cold Jenny. X has more. Unlike Fizer and Madonna, the Johnson and Johnson vaccines don't need to be frozen. That makes them ideal for places that have had trouble keeping dose is very cold. We're sending most of R J and Jay doses to county where their allocations were a bit lower in the past. Lacy Fair and got the deputy secretary for the state's Coben 19 response says. We got about 61,000 Johnson and Johnson doses from the feds this week, but that's all we'll get for the next three weeks. After that shipment should start up again
Betsy Parker And John Aprea, On 9 Marriages, Pilates, Love, And A lifelong Acting Career
"Welcome back to the skinny confidential him and her podcast. I'm lauren everett's bostick. The creator of the skinny confidential and across from me is my husband. Michael boston cloudy today. We have an episode. That's kind of fun because it's kind of like you're happy hour with all of our friends. We decided to invite my pilates teacher who has become a dear friend of mine in la betsy grassi and her significant other jonah. Praia on the show to give you a little context. Betsy is a top celebrity influence. Pilates instructor she honestly has all the moves. When it comes to plaudits she trained me. Throughout my whole entire pregnancy was aasa. I- waddled over to her from our house every single day. She trained me. And then i would waddell back home up until the day that i gave birth. I think i worked out with her the day. My water. I'm convinced that's why the delivery was so quick strong. Tell she's absolutely amazing. Check her out on instagram at parker pilates and then we also asked her to bring on her stallion of a husband to use a stone. John my man. You're a handsome sob. They're very good looking couple. That's the has got it hit. She's got the body. She's got the clothes and then john. Her significant other is an american actor and comedian. He's best known for his role in the godfather part two. He was also in sopranos. He's also uncle jesse's dad in full house and in fuller house which is so hot. 'cause how fucking hot as uncle jesse i mean. Listen i don't know jesse is hard. I can't i can't long you can't live up. There's some guys you come across and you're just like well like i get it. I mean uncle jesse. When i was little my eyeballs were popping out of my sockets. Can't blame you and you know what's even hotter as uncle. Jesse has a hot dad john. Warren it's all fiction that right. I mean the people are real but you know come down so right now you'll be okay so i think that this conversation's really fun. 'cause they're telling stories of their life but they're also peppering in pilates tips and we're talking about acting or talking about the olsen twins of marriages letting there's like nine between them right nine marriages between both of them and what i love and what attracted me to betsy. So much is that. When i went to her studio i walked in. I looked around the studio. It was so beautiful good energy and she was so open with her life and every single time i work out with her which is a lot she just tells it how it is and she's unapologetically herself and i appreciate that especially in the world we're in today and i think that this episode so fun because they are both so open with that. Let's welcome betsy grassi. And john prior to the skinny confidential him in her podcast. This is the skinny confidential. Imon her donga great hair. He so much Now we're sure i got. I got one thing going for me. Doubt that you have two things going on my hot and everybody says it but we like a modest guy yet craig. Cranston was saying that you got competition like what we even with western would mean. Hit chris saying that you are very hot gossip. You're listening break you. Chris addresses betsy and my friend. Okay so we have betsy parker who is my palabras teacher. She is the hottest pilates teacher in. La and we have counterpart john who is also so hot in his leather jacket. Johnson actor and they have been together for twenty years. Own omar more. How long twenty two the to a. I don't even know if i can make two. Let's say twenty. We broke up twice. Okay yeah removed very care during this interview but probably not as it happens all the time. Okay what little breakup gut but we wake up every night. Just about this struggle but may listens fun. I want to get some context of both of you guys. And so i. I wanna go all the way back. Because i've heard working out with betsy about your childhoods but i wanna start with your child so maybe betsy you start and then john you can tell us about your childhood sure to get really specific so so yeah i was born in waukegan illinois if anyone does it know that it. It's a little a little suburb with a big suburb of chicago. It's on lake michigan and it is a factory town. My parents were born in latin america. Their parents were immigrants were armenian by ethnicity but were very american. We never liked gut clannish. I don't know i. There's no other way to describe it but there were probably fifty armenian families back then. So yeah and though i have Four siblings so there were five of us and we are one year apart and there were three boys and two girls while madaba busy busy. Mom and dad really didn't like each other that much but they liked having sex. I think they ended up getting divorced after we were all raised. Twenty four years later bought three brothers. I learned how to be tough. I learned to be funny. I was a tomboy. I learned sports but i think i loved still loved being girly and fashion for shirt.
NYT Reporter Kyle Buchanan Discusses the Lack of Diversity in the Golden Globes
"About the Golden Globe Awards. So, he said, it's just 87 members of the Hollywood Foreign Press. Paris Press, not a single black member. When you look at the nominees, it's Golden Globes so white It's 2021. Why Is this persisting within the Hollywood foreign press? You know? Well, the Hollywood Foreign press is an extremely insular bunch. You know, the reporting in the L A Times and in the New York Times this past week has a zoo revealed that several foreign journalists you know, over the years have tried to enter this group. And have been pushed out. In fact, it almost seems like the more legitimate the journalists. The worst. Your chances are of getting to this organization, perhaps because they were You know, worried about this kind of expo? Say, um wide. Are they still making while choices Because they are a wild bunch. You know, I've met Nick Those voters. They're eccentric to put it mildly, and they really thrive. On this kind of, you know, glamour and this this feeling that they are a pivotal step on the way to Oscar and they're not willing to give up any of that influence. In fact, they try toe. You know, only expanded, but they do so in such a weird way because they are secretive. In a way, you know, there's there's not They're not. They're not out there while they are out there, you know, rubbing shoulders shaking hands took himself fees. Um, if you want to define the list of their membership, that's when the H F P A really starts to clam up because they're not representing the best and brightest of global entertainment journalism far from it there, representing Maybe the savviest and canniest people in awards season that's more their speed than been trying Tost ablest any sort of legitimate credentials. The people who make up that group. So in terms of them being homogeneous, it sounds like they don't really might not particularly care. Well, yeah, I mean, they are homogeneous in the sense that there are no black voters, which is a kind of insane thing in the year. 2021. Obviously we know that Academy, which votes on the Oscars, has been taking sweeping steps over the last few years diversify its membership, which was primarily older, white and male. Gloves have not taken any such steps. And while they are somewhat divers to be Primarily rewarding American movies. To the extent that even a film like denarii, which is American, is shunted off to the foreign film category simply because it's characters often speak Korean That is indicating that ah, wide gulf between what you're covering and what you are what you look like what you're made of who makes up this group. And I think you know if they're going to purport to speak about this industry and who deserves reward with any sort of authority, and you know it's questionable sometimes whether they do or don't have it. And they have to absolutely take a look at themselves. I guess it kind of Buchanan. We're talking to him. He's the award season columnist for The New York Times. The Golden Globes are this Sunday. So here's a bright spot. Best director for motion picture category. There are more women than men nominated several fennel for promising young woman, Regina King for one night in Miami and Chloe Jiao for Nomad Land. Do you think this is the year we could see a best director Everett at the Globes of the Oscars. I do think so. You know, I'm sure the eight FDA would much rather we focus on that category than any other And certainly, you know, I mean, such as the story of award shows and often is the story of, you know, America generally that you have progress in one respect and then two steps backward somewhere else. But, yes, it was only a couple years ago that Natalie Portman was introducing the best director category is the Golden Globes. And very pointedly said Here are the five all male nominees this year that can't be said. In fact, there's a majority of women and I do expect that Chloe job for Nomad Land will prevail even if no man land doesn't take best drama, although it has a very good shot at that. Globes and not going to miss their opportunity to reward a woman. A person of color. She will be the first woman to win the best director trophy from them since Barbara Streisand for gentle Wow. He just kicked it back far for me
"everett" Discussed on LeVar Burton Read?s
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"everett" Discussed on LeVar Burton Read?s
"Doing here foresters. I looked at him. Why do you say that. The waitress brought my hotcakes and stepped away. He looked me up and down. Give me a break. Khakis double pockets shirt with the flaps they sub boots halfway intelligent is black lot a black guys in the forest service. I asked don't know black. People don't generally show up. He put some sugar in his coffee anyway. From fishing game. I said sam difference. He grabbed a napkin from the dispenser. Fiddled with sorry about all the commotion earlier so what are you doing here count. Dear redneck poachers looking at water. That's all i'm a hydrologist. My hand my name is robert hawks. Tim gay pleased to meet you. So what do you do tim. Everything trump would build sheds drive heavy machinery. There ain't no more heavy machines around here though building buys that you ain't looked real close at your map. There is one road that leads into dots. And it don't go nowhere else. It lose out of town for a few miles on the other side and turns into an old mining road. This town was built for the mind. The mind is dead. Tim's sandwich arrived and he took a quick bite wiped his lips with his napkin and talked while he got the food situated in his mouth. We're dead town. Mr rest in peace said. Tim laughed loudly calling attention from the three men in the booth. That's funny. I like you your right rest in peace. He took another bite so we got a water problem or something are wells. Drying up no nothing like that. I'm just here to measure the flow of the creeks. nothing special. We sure enough snow this year. Tim said i nodded. You know your eels. All right. she's just a little high-spirited. Tim polished off the last bite of the first half of his sandwich. I watched him chew high spirited. I repeated his words and considered them. She looked like she wanted to kill you That little knife shouldn't mean nothing by that. Tim got hortense is attention pointed to his empty cup. I just wish. I knew what the hell she was signing. At least half the time she gets going so fast well tim. It was a pleasure meeting you. But i need some rest. I put money on the tab and slid it to hortense while she filled tim's cup. Maybe you again.
"everett" Discussed on LeVar Burton Read?s
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"everett" Discussed on LeVar Burton Read?s
"I pulled into a gas station and stepped out to fill my a skinny fellow with wild. Red hair. watched me from the diesel pump and folded a stick of gum in his mouth. The afternoon sun was bright but the air was pretty cold. The wind steady. You from around here. He said pretty good. I said was it. Mike colorado tags or the fact that you've never seen me before the tipped you off. I put the nozzle into my front tank. Nice truck he said thanks. I like it. He didn't say anything. I moved to my rear tank and continued to pump gas. Maybe you could tell me where red clay road is it. Keep out this road here. Past the motel past the sears. Catalog store two streets on the left. He folded another stick of gum into his mouth. What you want over there nothing. I was just wondering where it was such a pretty name for a road. Red clay guy. That's me i finished with the gas. Replace the nozzle and then gave him thirty five dollars. Gas is high around here always going up. well thanks. I climbed in behind the wheel and he walked to my window. What is it i asked. Yeah this is a nice truck. I nodded started. My engine dotson was a small town without thread of becoming a city. The nearby molybdenum mind that had spurred the growth of the town had died. Taken the downtown and all promise of prosperity with it. The main drag was now a row of boarded up storefronts but it was close for reasons to familiar and too tiresome to discuss. I was a great source of interest. As i i looked at the town's only traffic signal. I followed the gas station. Man's directions to red clay road and turn the only way i could. I parked and walked the twenty yard dirt path to the front door. Or i gave a solid but polite not a woman yelled for me to come in and so i did. I was met by a fluffy purring white cat and reach down to pet it. The chill of the april air outside was lost and i found myself growing uncomfortable in my coat. The heater or a fire was roaring somewhere. An old woman of medium height and an angular face appeared at the end of the hall and she stared at me. As if i was naked. I stood up from the cat and asked. Are you mrs bickers. She just stared. I thought i heard someone say come in. Well you can just get on back out. She took a half step toward me. Ma'am i'm from the state department of agriculture and efficient. She stopped me with her staring. And i began to understand what was going on. Okay i back through the doorway onto the porch. She was at the door. Now ma'am i need your signature on this. But she slammed the door and managed to squeeze the word nigger through the last skinniest gap. I signed and walked back to my truck. I don't get mad too much anymore over shit like that. It doesn't make me happy but it doesn't usually make me mad doesn't do any good to get mad at a tornado or a striking snake. You just stay clear. But i couldn't really stay clear. I needed her signature. Probably especially now who knew how many misshapen offspring she might have roaming that blasted mountain with no more elkton. I next stop would have to be the sheriff's office to see if i could get some help obtaining. The woman's scrawl as much as i love the west. The character of its contentious dealings with the rest of the country has been defined by a few rather than the the few being a self serving hypocritical. Lot who complain about the damned welfare babies of the cities and take huge subsidies to not plant crops and to make near free use of public lands to raise cattle. Where if there were god no cattle would ever be found but westerners perhaps a function of living in such a harsh landscape perhaps a function of living in such isolation and distant interdependence stick together and so blindly the desires of the few become the needs of the many a man with one section and five sickly. Cows is a cattleman just the same as a man with four thousand head and a lease on one hundred thousand acres of blm land. but damn. It's a pretty place..
"everett" Discussed on LeVar Burton Read?s
"Ready let's take a deep breath. The let's begin the alluvial deposits by percival effort..
"everett" Discussed on LeVar Burton Read?s
"Lavar burton and this is lavar. Burton reads in every episode. I hand pick a different piece of short fiction. And i read it to the only thing. These stories have in common is that i loved them and i hope you will to a couple of seasons ago. The first season of the podcast to be exact. I read a story by the author and satirist percival everett. It was called. Graham greene and i have been thinking off and on about percival ever since and i'm going to read another of his stories today called alluvial deposits and it's from a collection entitled damned if i do published by gray. Wolves press in just last year. He published a novel with gray. Wolf called telephone which was released in three different versions that included altered scenes and three different endings. Today's story title sounds sort of glamorous. Alluvial is a beautiful and elegant kind of word but it really just means dirt or sand. That's been moved by a stream or creek. And the protagonist is robert hawks. Hydrologist who's been hired by fish and game to do some work in the fictional rural town of dotson utah. Now hawks pingpong around town trying to get permission to check out the creeks on a piece of property. He's meeting folks. He's getting frustrated by them. He's witnessing their arguments and frustrations and their prejudices can't wait to read it to you. Please check out the content advisory if you are so inclined and if you're.
City of Everett, NE of Seattle, to house homeless in ‘Pallet’ shelters
"Will go ahead with plans to house up to 30 Unsheltered people in locally built emergency housing units known as palate shelters on the Ark Lina Vil and sterilize a bill which is really helpful in light of the current Coben crisis. Amy King, chief executive of Everett based Palate, the Herald reports. The City Council has approved the $1 million Pilot project under one condition. The city also passed a law prohibiting on housed people from loitering on public space surrounding the site.
Multiple storms across the country bring freezing temperatures and icy weather
"To blast much of the country get this at least 46 states have weather alerts this weekend and even here for Sunday morning for multiple storms that will move coast to coast as you know, here in the Pacific Northwest Major Winter Storm. Brought heavy snow and freezing rain to the region. All around Seattle and western Washington saw its snowiest day and 52 years. On Saturday, they every Mullis and Everett spent some time shoveling the driveway just getting a pathway. Just to get the start of the way just to get path later. In case I do have to leave. Something happens, you know, and even warmer temperatures and even rain later today, it's still gonna be some time to clear roads. Valentine's Day is today. Did you
"everett" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"You experience that job day to day and how you interact with people and therefore how they interact with you And that's the kind of stuff that opens up opportunities for you to potentially move to a different job to get promoted And even if neither of those things happen to simply not be miserable all day. Long right i can see how the things that you talk about greg about toughness in the workplace could make things a little more healthier for a lot of folks out there and i hope to listen in and taking some of this to heart. We are speaking with the olympic weightlifting. Coach greg everett about the topic toughness. Now you have a lot of friends in the military great Does that take any special kind of toughness to to be a a soldier in the armed forces. Oh yeah. I mean if you are willing to sacrifice your body and your life for what you believe in That that certainly demands a lot of respect. And that i mean that's that's true for the military and in all first responders really. I mean any anyone who's willing to say this is so important to me. I'm willing to be permanently injured Or killed that's a very specific High level of toughness now of course You have the whole range of of personality types. Who are attracted to those jobs And i'm not saying that everybody in there is is a superman or woman you know we all have things. We need to work on all things. We can get better but absolutely there. It is a small percentage of human population. That is truly that committed to their beliefs onto sir. Okay now throughout the book you make examples of tough people. You mention them by name Tell us about some of these folks. And what makes them tough. I do the whole range. A census is new york sports. Jerry rice the first one that comes to mind they go. Yeah i talk about his origin story. And if this you couldn't make it up better you know. His father was a mason. Jerry would go to work with him as a kid and his job with supply and his father bricks and he would have to catch bricks that were flown to him And so not only. Is that gonna harden you up physically. It's giving you the mechanics and the hand eye coordination and the hander billy. All these things that would go into being a great wide receiver a great player period But you on top of that..
"everett" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"Was a pleasure. She is mark. take already that was mark. Everett's aka from ills talked about his excellent new record earth's door nice breezy back chat with the money. Say yeah i mean he strikes me as someone who works quite instinctively the way he works he seems to get things finished them recalled before he loses the spark with the idea. Yeah when you ought to try to keep going. Finish the thing i guess. Yeah and he thinks the song is sometimes stronger. If there's a lyrical concept in place i it seems yeah which goes against some previous rights. We've spoken to talk about you. Know the melody of the musical usually sort of inspired the lyric and he guessed that might be the case from some of the titles that he's have songs over the years like the look you give that guy or the chang. Yeah yeah woman. Driving man sleeping mistaken. I was brain seizes upon those sorts of things. And they'll go to sort of places in those songs. There's lots of hope and positivity that's not far below the surface if you really look and i think yeah. The boston being described as kind of a gloomy band. But i don't think those people are listening closely enough. Because there's a hope and positivity as you say and he keeps things pretty focused minimal disney yet. He's very concise some greater you know. He's going to boiling subject down to. It's essential meaning which i guess kind of makes sense that such a big john lennon franco's. He's probably the master of that wasn't he of course year. And you can almost experienced that inaction when you speak to him because he saw gets to the core of what he wants to say without any me under. He's very much a straight shooter. And as i say that and pretending to shoot a revolver cowboy style you blow on it at the end. I quarterback in there and measuring holster. So thanks to eat for the chats cheers. The day for setting it up to door is out now and you would be wise to partake. Give him my friends. We'll be back again soon. With more reps on the odds of songwriting. So subscribe and watch the richest rolling by.
"everett" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"Can just drive yourself crazy otherwise just trying to perfect something and polish it into a matured. A polish into it said yeah. We don't polish jersey policies in which they turned into turn. I like what you say about. People sort of calling people spontaneously. When they've got an idea and telman tacoma over we sometimes he that story which always seems somewhat like a myth to me. You know the a story that billy joel had an idea and called is banned in the middle of the night and set komano. You know got something. I always think is just it's got to be apocryphal. Madison boasts everyone would done to the phone. And say you matt. i'm asleep. I turn my phone off at night. So that's not gonna happen to me but we do. We do some pretty spontaneous stuff particularly with the murder who lives in los angeles. Like i can give him over here pretty quickly usually but he knows i go to bed early so i'm not going to wake him up. Might wake him up in the morning though. Right early riser. And so now that you've built up this incredible catalogue of stuff you find that. Some of the oldest songs seemed to take on new meanings. Foyer kind of revisit them and as you get older and change. That's what's fun about doing live shows. That's the funnest part is you can go back to an old song and try to get it right this time you know or you can do it the way you would do it this year instead of that year and yet sometimes you understand a song for the first time you feel like when you're singing it years later and other times the meaning may may have changed also some really personal projects like hugh book and an excellent documentary parallel worlds parallel lives which loved and doing those impact on your songwriting.
"everett" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"Welcome everybody so the jacket on songwriting episode. One hundred and eighty three. This is simon join his always by my wingman brought on the show. Today is an american singer. Songwriter musician best. Known as the charmingly deadpan leader and creative lynch pin of the bond ails. They recently released their thirteenth studio album. After dora because at the studio in los felices california and the front joined the zoom for a nice little chinois bouts it where the laser to welcome the brilliant mark oliver everett aka to the show mark was born in virginia in one thousand. Nine hundred three. His was the physicist hugh effort the third who authored the many worlds theory and his mother. Nancy was a poet and author however you mark was more interested in his sister elizabeth's record collection and science or literature. He got his first drum kit when he was six and later made his own songs on the families or prior. Pino latest daily pick up. The guitar is away with teen a himself. E to avoid confusion to having several friends also called mark by the age of twenty august was veritably obsessed with writing songs which were dutifully lay down on his second hand for track. And in one thousand. Nine hundred five assembled some of them into an album called bad dude in loaf great title. Two years later he moved west to california where in new nobody echoes of our recent guests. Dan croll there were defray the pursuit of music while working various day jobs is undeniable. Towns eventually caught the attention of polly. Who signed him in one thousand nine hundred eighty one and he went on to release two albums.
"everett" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"Sarah as it is so for the first month that I had it I was running it at one hundred four twenty four seven which the Los Angeles Department of Water and power a. They got a pretty penny for me for me. I for my spill. I've managed a system. Now where like you? Don't shut it off completely because to re- to reheat it takes a lot more energy so I put it at like a ninety seven on the off days. The other thing about it is the jets are very cool. It does feel like you're actually in a real hot tub but actual jacuzzis which you need a permit. What Yeah I was. GonNa say like what? How much does it cost a real like five thousand dollars? Oh okay. What's a huge savings? Yeah it's a huge right. I'm being smart by buying this is it's a financially sound choice and also in Los Angeles. You need a permit to put in like an actual Jacuzzi. You cannot just put one in your backyard. Apparently these blow ups you can blow up you. Affirmative require truly Yeah so that is. That's that's been my recommendation to people. It does feel like a little shitty because I know all of my friends at home in New York are like stuck in in their apartments with limited outdoor space. And I'm like this sucks but like in this pool so I don't try to rub it in but I actually think if you do if people do have the space it's like a nice. It's like a nice purchase. I know my my brother in law and his wife bought a place in Joshua tree that they fixed up and they airbnb it out. It was really great investment for them. And they're actually they're now they just stop taking a renter's and they're just saying they're smart and they're going to put in what's called a cowboy pool. What's that so you buy one of those galvanized steel giant? Like you get them from like up like a feed store for like horses and causes one of those giant silver kind of like Yes trumpet it's big enough for to be a pool to be people is bigger and and there's all these like diy ways to take those and turn them into hot tubs and stuff cool getting a lot of these like just Joshua Tree places have done this. That feels very on brand for Drescher tree. That's really cool. So you sit you basically just sit in like a big trough. You can the heat it. I guess you can if you get you. Get all the equipment you get like a motor in a filter in a hearing. You put in like the stuff that's awesome. I just I just googled cowboy because I wanted to say oh. These are so cool. Yeah this is awesome and right and all the pictures of all the imminent images are like jok tree. That's really that's really awesome. Now is the AIRBNB. Like have you gotten any wind from your family about how lake screwed that market is like is it. Were they know they? Actually we're getting a lot of requests. People wanted to leave. People wanted to get out. I hear that that's actually like the thing to do is to get out. If you have the means to to just get out get out somewhere. The thing to do but people are not. It's not a good idea like it's very controversial it is. I know that my friends who did that and got a house up in forget town. They were in there. Still there like woodstock or somewhere you know they got back up senior place and people are dislike. Oh you can from the city rate. Yeah it's not. It's not so I feel like there was a there was a deadline. Cutoff of when you could make that decision to go and I think that there is a. There's been a huge argument of like when it's been when it's too late to to leave and when you're putting other people and in harm. But but apparently New Yorkers has really cleared out like anyone with money is is gone which is Kinda Sad In a Lotta ways and New York is a city is a wonderful city that you know Is near near to a lot of people in this. This this pandemic has really shown like what was great about New York was also but really caused the big problem. There will ray was that you were just always experiencing this with all these other people and it was just such such a slow and a vibe but then ultimately in this kind of situation is bad is like the downfall. Yeah I mean there's just there's so many different things at play in New York. There's like it's like hugely segregated. It's like there's a huge. You know socioeconomic disparity between people but there is also the sense of of like being in it together when you're like when you're on the subway and the subway breaks down as it always does you can make eye contact literally any other person and be like like your fucking sucks and everyone sorta like gets it and I feel like what I learned about L. A. When I got here is like there is nothing like everyone is very happy to be here. You're very different with more capsulize. Living Experience here you go from. Your House your car to your wherever you're going. Yeah we don't lose much. Which makes it which makes said situation like the one we're in It's actually very beneficial but New York is hard. I mean even people who are like. I'm just trying to go for a long walk like so. Is everyone else like everyone's on the sidewalk anymore? Just somebody yeah. It's hard to be more than six feet away from anybody really. Has I mean even in your own apartment building like you share walls with people. It's kind of odors. Yeah Buttons. I feel like I've been. I feel like I wonder if we'll ever go back to like touch and stuff ever. I don't know how soon that'll be back. I don't know people on NPR today. We're talking in my one car that I took in the last month They're talking about handshakes going. You know going away culturally. I don't think they'll go away. But many we will stop being so touchy feely. We at least for a period of time unless and until the threat is like really mitigated. I'm sure it will be like a little weird. I mean everyone's been saying this but it's very weird to watch. Tv during this and see everybody like you know eating chips and salsa out of the same bowl like it's nothing and it's wild. It's like sitting so close in such a short amount of time. We already like instilled this like You know we're triggered by these images in these thoughts. Well Tom Everett Scott. Thank you so much for coming on the PODCAST. You did a great job. Making this pandemic happens. And just sort of like to whistle your way on here a used it to my advantage. I appreciate your hard work my first ever celebrity crush within a week within a week. Now on the podcast. This is this is a this is a record for me in many different things things move so fast you just. I think we all learned that. We're all available. We're right right that's the takeaway for anything from this. You guys the celebrities are home and they're also doing nothing. Call your favorite one. See if they'll talk to you so you were at about the KEANU air vent iphone holder. You heard about the keep cop and you heard about the hot tub all three things to use to your advantage while you're stuck at home Tom Everett Scott. Remind everybody or I know. It's a wishful thinking and it's probably going to happen. But when is this own eaters? Live blog zoom thing happening in April seventeenth. Yes so Depending on where this comes out and if everything goes according to plan there will be a youtube. Live commentary of the film. Nothing you do buy me Steve. Zahn Donald Shack. You can and and some other guests at US seven. Pm Eastern Time Four PM Pacific. On the Youtube Channel on channel which you can find I have tweeted it out and put it on instagram on on twitter. I am at Tom E. Scott and on instagram. I am Tom Everett. Scott perfect okay. Well I'm definitely tune into that and that will be the highlight of next week. This is the highlight of this week. and and you can watch. I'm sorry which I really recommend on net flicks. There's two there's two full seasons their right to act really funny like such a nice. It kind of reminded me of like your the worst and A new girl kind of its early seasons like quick very funny. Yeah relatable nothing nothing too deep sad or depressing about it. All really good comedy. It's really good. Thank you so very much for giving me Your Time Today. And and hopefully just. This is the star of our our new best friendship. I love it. You are my biggest fan Tom. Everett Scott and I play the drums and.
"everett" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"I was so happy to watch it. I was very surprised that it was two and a half hours. That's a long film. No no no no you watch the. Oh you watch the extended cut. I'LL I don't i. I've only seen it. I've only seen one version. I don't know did I yes? You must've okay. What scenes did I see that? No one else has seen men or bet is on the. Oh now I should really so then you saw no you. That's cool. I mean the the theat. The version is like an hour and a half long. Oh Yep and then I think that the ten year anniversary they released the director's cut. That's probably what I saw. Yeah so that has all the scenes with like me and there's a lot more Charlotte's Taryn in the director's cut. Okay yes who. Yes that makes sense. She was there. She was there a lot and now maybe I'll have to. Maybe my second. Viewing I'll watch the non director's cut. Well you will have a chance. I don't know when you'RE GONNA post this okay. Well Okay Hobo. This is cutting it close but the wonders the own eaters and I are going to do a live youtube live. We're going to do a commentary of the theatrical release. Oh my God wow super super fun. I know we've invited everybody else at Lib is GonNa come by and we're GONNA do like a succession non Youtube and And I know I think Tom and Rita GonNa try to pop in. I think Colin Hanks is gonNA maybe shows face. It'd be Giovanni we're trying to get a bunch of people. When is this happening now? This is completely just blows up between now and mental. Now that you've told me it happened it has to happen. I'm literally rating them. Your idea is to do this on April seventeen four. Pm Pacific is now unless it changes. And we're hoping that we can do this without like breaking of thousand piracy laws if we get into trouble like at the algorithm shut us down because one of the little zoom screens has the movie playing in it. Then we'll just lose that screen and you can watch it later and just cue it up at the start of the. That's that's an incredible idea. I was hoping I was hoping for a a a live concert but I know that maybe you'd have to do practices before that could exactly the problem with that is that we're we're rarely actors are not really musicians. So don't tell me don't ruin. Don't crush all my dreams and I know I know the magic of Hollywood. Well we'll when I was watching so I don't really have celebrity crushes as I said in my tweet but I have such a crush on you. That's so sweet. Is it because guys just like this perfect Guy I am you like. What's the yeah? I mean I know you just want to hear it. Oh No let me know. What is it I don't know what it is. I really don't. I don't really have celebrity. Crushes like because I you know growing up. It's like you're not gonNA. You're not gonNA date a celebrity like let's be realistic. It's just a waste of time. Guy is a perfect lake nineties. Dude it just Kinda took me back to being performing. My wife just walked in. And so you got all that you're hearing that object of desire. Whatever Yeah Yeah. I mean that's awesome. I love that that's great. I actually don't know how to handle it. Kinda makes me still turn red so he does it weird that that tweet got so many so much engagement. It did a ton of engagement. Oh my goodness really did see. I'm really is that just because like I'm just used to like all of my tweets doing really well and sort of so many conversations but but like it had like fifteen thousand lakes by the end of the night like everyone was like. You're really late to this. We were all in love with guy. Patterson wow yeah well no. You're onboard so all these thing is welcome. Welcome aboard one more to that fifteen thousand plus and you're in. I'm sorry with Andrea Savage and. That's her it's her showers her writing so she wrote them. That's based on her life. So funny she she had been Putting it together. She did like a little Presentation of it. And then it got picked up by TRU TV which is part of the TNT TBS and a family of channels and then she came to me and she said you know. I really want you to play my husband in this thing and Was so sweet. Because we didn't even know each other she just you know was approaching me. Basically unknown Other than just knowing my work and I was super flattered by that I also really just loved. The material was so funny because I feel like I was living that life. I mean I have a you know. My wife is funny. And we've raised kids in Hollywood and that's the premise of the show. So I was like oh I can do this or else. I should quit acting if I can't and it's worked out great and I've had really good chemistry in and she's just witnessed super funny show. It's really. It is really really really funny. I watched the episode. That made me like I think I spit out my dinner. Last night while I was watching was the The Nazi episode when Your TV daughter watches sound of music for the first time and wants to know what Nazis are won't is that until it's all about Nazis. I grew up watching that movie and I think the head of a smart TV daughter. Because I don't think I picked up on the Nazi thing for like a really long time. I was just into the dancing. Loved the matching clothes. Doa Dear I was not in the nineteen forties like. Germany wasn't like it was not penetrating my brain yet. I had no idea. Don't Mimi faith I five exactly and then it was like. Oh I'm Ralph and like Heil Hitler and I was like okay like when's the next song? Great but yeah. This whole entire episode is basically your TV daughter continuously asking you being very afraid of Nazis being very afraid that the Nazis are GonNa come get her and then you an Andrea. Have this conversation. That's like do we tell her Nazis or fake and then it's like no. She's a Holocaust denier. It's great right right acting writing. It's really funny. That's pretty much up. Sodas stuff like that. Yes and it's on Netflix. Which is great for those times. I mean people are looking for. There's only so much. Tv You can watch so if you haven't watched I'm sorry I definitely recommend it if you haven't seen that thing you do. I recommend that too. We're having because I said so which I actually had seen. You didn't your neck. Yeah you were going to dig in that movie. So it didn't I didn't like we didn't. I didn't feel that connection. I asked you not here just to Gush which I've done now for thirteen minutes. Great I asked you to bring two products or one product but decided onto that you wanted to evangelize and I told you the rundown of the show and you came back to me pretty much like on point with exactly the kind of stuff that I want people to bring. We're going to take a quick break and we'll be back to hear what Tom Everett Scott brought to G. Thanks just bought it okay. We're back so Tom Everett. Scott what did you bring what did you? What did you bring to share? Okay so I was thinking about this and I know that one of my products that I would you say like something? I Love Galaxy. Yeah you just you love it so much when anyone when you can get anyone's ear on it you WanNa tell them like oh you got to get. This thing is so good it's changed. It's changed the way I whatever this really to change my life so the phones being basically your you know. Gps and when you're in the car you really need to like put that up somewhere where you can see it so the year not constant looking down in your cup-holder accident or whatever Those Air Vent Clips for your phone. I had the Keanu Airframe plus arrogant holder from my phone. And I like love it so much that my wife doesn't have an her carcass her airmen's or a little weird and you can't really make one happened in there that. I Hate Driving Car. Because there's no little clip in there so you and you like it's not like a transferable thing where it could because the air vents are weird so you can't bring years out of your visitors and work in her car and I've tried to see is small. She's she's like whatever I don't want when she doesn't want to deal with it like I try to get her to get one just like that's something. I don't care about life. Yeah and like I love these things so much that I take one with me. If I'm going to go shoot something on location like another city and I know that I'm going to have like a rental car I bring like. I know I'm GONNA need it. That is like do you have now. Have you ever considered buying to one just for travel one for your car at home? So you don't like I'd I'd be afraid I'm leaving. You have to don't you okay. I know that's exactly how I am about like certain like skin care products where I'm like. Okay one just like in my suitcase and one is in my bathroom. And then I don't have to re for like remember. Remember it The the thing about the clip. So I have the I have one for my car that has a magnet but I don't like it that much and I'm wondering if I should switch to clip it goes into the I guess at some point whoever's making it as like CD players are they're still in the car but you don't need them and so the whole project is like you shove this thing into the CD player and then it's like a magnet and you stick your phone but then you have to put a magnet on your phone and doesn't doesn't seem right it doesn't seem right and then and then yeah. I feel like the clip might be the answer. 'cause I we in our house have the same problem which is like I usually. Don't I have the magnet on a case but I don't use that case all the time it's only when I'm in the car and then if I forget that case work and then I would put them in the Cup holder and driving in La as you know. And I'm new here. I don't know where I am ever right and now that I can't leave my house I'll never know where I am. So it's it's That's interesting does it ever fall out of the lake. Is it sturdy? Okay I will say this The do have a life span on sent you so I've had one break or like the little like parts that kind of grip the vent and the like the little covering on them a little rubber covering will come off and get lost. That comes off you lose all your you know grip on so I have to replace it. Maybe once or twice. How much does it cost? Oh Jeez you're catching me off guard Prepared it's like it's like it's like has to be like a twenty twenty five dollar kind of thing. Yeah it might be. I mean you go into my orders on my Amazon APP and looking probably bought one in you know twenty eighteen. So are yeah. You'll well you know I'm assume it's between don't don't stress yourself out trying to find it. I'm sure we can find it. It's it's it's a good thing to have. I'm are you spending much time in your car these days? Are you really trying to stay home as much as possible? These days. No in fact today I you weeks and I actually went for Dr this morning and it was so strange and I was like. Oh my God I miss. Npr WITHOUT TRAFFIC LA is really nice. So great right. It's great. I mean you can really get anywhere in like thirty minutes and I drove all the way from my house on the east side to Santa Monica. Even though you can't get out of the car like it took like thirty two minutes at five thirty. Unlike a Wednesday. I know that will never happen again. No that's that's so true it's like we're we're not gonNA. We're not missing the traffic now. I but I have no frame of reference. I've been here for seven weeks. I literally left Brooklyn and yet. That's so odd so Brooklyn high came in from Brooklyn an from Brooklyn. I mean. They're just like such opposite cities In you really can't even compare them so on. It's so strange that this was this happened. Right as you got here Yeah it'll you'll see like when things get back to normal you know. The the downside is the traffic. The upside is the weather. Yeah I just looked it up in the KEANU airframe Phone holder is fourteen hundred five. Wow that's even less than we thought that's great. You can get like five of those super affordable deck love that and then you had another thing that we that we decided would be the like the car kind of Corentin thing you have another product to go with your your air vent for the air vent phone there so just trying to do my part with them zero waste and I love this Keep Cup that I have. That's the name of it it's a it's a tempered. Glass twelve ounce. They come in different sizes but minds. Twelve ounce Tempered glass with a real core like grip around the middle of the glass. It's you can't stick it in the dishwasher. You gotTA WASH BY HAND. Which is fine. I mean there's several items in our kitchen that you can't sticking dishwasher so it's fine And it's just it's it's great. It's got a it's got kind of like I guess it has like a rubbery plastic top but But it's just so nice in your hand glass as opposed to plastic. I don't really love stuff and It just feels good to drink out of class. Yeah do you feel like going to a company like an adult? I feel like I'm getting into my car with like Like a White Russian. Like the big lebowski cocktail usually not taking a cocktail and I drive. I'm not getting a cold brew from blue bottle or or this really great Mom and pop copy place down the street from me called SACI Just love him and they're actually open during..
"everett" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"Everybody will another week of thanks. Just bought it the podcast where we tell you what we just bought and what you should buy next. I'm your host Caroline Moss. And this week we're joined by a very very special guest Tom. Everett Scott. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you I am so happy to be here. I am so happy to have you here so I mean you've been Kinda emailing me for the last few months just like begging to be on and I know that yeah and and I I wanted I wanted to give you a chance like you seem like you really wanted to be here. This is all happening. Exactly how my publicist drew it up. Yeah right let endemic happen right right. Hope that some host of a podcast just happens to watch that thing you do for the first time Explains that to twitter right here. We are just on your show. You couldn't have dreamed it up in a better way. I really I applaud you. I feel like you did a ton of work for this and now you're here. We're happy to have you here. But Yes for those of you who have not been falling long with my my new and my all my actually my first celebrity crush ever time ever at Scott is Guy Patterson and that thing you do a movie came out and what ninety-six yes. Then I never saw I. I knew it existed but I never saw it. We're not going to dwell on this. We're not now we're not. I've seen it now. I've asked if we could. I asked my husband and I watch it again. And he's a watched it last week. I said fine. I'll watch by myself. bull so the the reason we watched it for the first time was. Dan is a really big Adam. Schlesinger Fan was a really big Adam. Schlesinger Fan oh well that explains it and so sad that he passed an some. Yeah I haven't hearing about Al Adam Schlesinger for years because not only is it fountains of Wayne but it was also the Stephen Colbert Christmas special. It was that thing you do. It was dozing. The push pussycats also never seen and Dan is trying to get me to see So in his honor we turned on that thing. You do yes. I'm so glad to honor him He he did so many wonderful things in won so many awards really he was. He was super super talented. He came in to our rehearsals before we started shooting the film and he was just so funny in kind and generous. In you know at a time when I was really brand new to acting in having to like. Play this song and No he just got us all off on the right foot. It's an amazing song. It's an amazing movie. The thing that we have saying when we were watching it was like it's pretty incredible to to write a song that you can hear like twelve times over the same two and a half hours like the youth. That song comes up every twenty five minutes and you're I'm happy to hear happy to hear it every single time and it's been in my head for a week you to say I mean we had. We heard it a few more times than the average person roaming right but it hinged so much on it being a perfect song. I know that they had over three hundred submissions. I know the Tom Hanks in the producer Gary Gets Mad. One themselves that you know nothing made the you know the one who made the cut was atoms and it really had to be perfect. Yeah it had to be something that could be a hit right on had to be catchy and handed go and it had to involve the that thing you do because that actually came first when Tom Recruits really yes. Oh I didn't know that I mean this week. That's crazy. That is crazy. Yeah you had to write you how to write a song in nineteen ninety five or ninety six. That could have been a hit in the sixties. That would be fun to listen to in the nineties which that's a tall order. It is so Kudos to Adam and using job shadow and.
UK's Digital Economy: The Future of Payments
"K. Is a country that is adopted many payments innovations faster than most and it has risen to the challenge set by the European Union's Second Payment Services Directive which requires banks to open up their payments infrastructure. The resulting open banking promises to unleash even greater innovation by reducing the barriers of entry to the payment services market the UK's experience therefore is likely to foreshadow the evolution of payment systems around the world. My guests this month are Adrian. Buckle head of research portrayed dissociation. Uk Finance Steve Everett Managing Director of payments for global transaction banking Lloyds Banking Group and Fiona Roach Canning Co founder of UK based Fintech pollinate. I started our conversation by asking Adrian. What explains the apparent outbursts of innovation around payments in recent history? That hasn't been a lot of innovation. I'm payments in recent years. Although I think the changes in consumer behavior the patterns of payments that we've been seeing over the last five years probably driven more by innovations. That happened in the five years before that because people are very much creatures of habit when it comes to the way that they pay for things. It takes a lot for people to decide to change the way they pay and slow for example. The things that we've been seeing really growing over the last five years one of the key examples would be contactless payments and that has really exploded since about two thousand fifteen but actually the first contact and contactless cards were introduced in two thousand seven. So it's taken a long time for consumers to come round to the idea of contactless cards and then really take them and use them in a huge way such that by twenty eighteen. I think one in five payments made by consumers were made using contactless cards so we have seen some real innovations and real changes some of that due to changes in technology so for example contactless technology coming in but also mobile devices. And the fact that we're now all essentially carrying a mini computer around the time which gives us access to a huge amount of data and huge mountain information but also regulatory changes which have opened up the information that banks provide access to in the ways in which we can interact with all banks and those are going to provide changes that perhaps haven't had an impact on consumer behavior in recent years but are likely to be really key defining factors in the way that we pay for things over the next five or ten years
"everett" Discussed on KOMO
"Really struggling in Everett now from that looks like right around sixtieth street southeast up past highway two up towards twelve street northeast your next come more traffic at twelve twenty four today's weather is great and cloudy with some light showers already starting up for some of us heavy rain comes our way for tomorrow and especially on Thursday weather service saying that on Thursday night alone we could see between one and two inches of rain fall on us right now in Seattle it's forty seven degrees stay connected stay informed Seattle's only twenty four hour news station como news to fifteen a come on Taylor fansites and bill o'neil is at the editor's desk Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the impeachment process is going to fall along party lines the Kentucky Republican told reporters at the capitol that he anticipates an entirely partisan outcome members of the house will consider two articles of impeachment against president trump with a vote expected to come as soon as tomorrow and the FBI getting an earful for no the problems restrictions uncovered either by direction an inspector on general on I ninety the foreign intelligence Stevens pass on surveillance highway two or look at court traction said tires advised the agency for misled both directions it about you're next the facts couple traffic behind at two wire fourteen tapping a former trump campaign weather adviser for today it is ordering gray the bureau but to not propose as bad changes as what we expect to how tomorrow investigators here's to the get sweet permission little bit for slow future to warm up surveillance on this Tuesday afternoon family will eventually friends reach and about fellow the officers mid forties all saying and then drop goodbye back today down to with Jersey cloudy city conditions detective tonight murdered the rain in last is going week's to really deadly ramp shooting up after midnight and stick with us through Wednesday Wednesday's highs again officers in the stood forties outside in as the we move into Thursday rain here that's lining when we up get short another the shoulder round of filling systems the coming street for through blocks which could they gave drop a white glove salutis several inches detective of snow Joseph on a mountain stills passes body was carried and several into the inches church of rain in the lowlands police are here so from be all prepared over the country and be ready for that John made the I'm trip Denise from Maryland would occur in the it's combo important forecast to show center some support light showers for the family starting to fall around western the Washington officers department here in Seattle under and very send cloudy a message skies the community its forty that seven we stand degrees together when come these on things it's time happen stills to six leaves behind a wife what and five started children as a shoplifting he was killed by suspects incident within in shopper Marion last kosher night store ended last with Tuesday a van smashing through the front of that a Scott Ross Pringle store reporting the woman a Texas allegedly woman shoplifting and her baby ran have outside disappeared the store on First her fiance Avenue and jumped begging.
"everett" Discussed on The Moth
"I'm Jennifer Hickson from them off. Our final story is from Arthur. Bradford Arthur is an award winning author and documentary filmmaker. Uh here's Arthur live at the mall. Looks Okay. I'm kneeling on the floor floor of a cheap roadside motel somewhere in western Tennessee and next to me leading me and prayer is a middle aged man a large man with cerebral palsy named Ronnie Simonsen. He says bless my mother. My brothers and sisters and my pastor back home in New Hampshire and God bless Bob Hope and share and all three of Charlie's angels especially Jacqueline Smith Breath especially her and then Ronnie says and Lord Please help us get to California quickly where I where I know. I'm going to meet my spiritual brother Mr Chad every the star of CBS Drama Medical Center. And here I interrupt Ron I said Ron you know we. We might not meet at every. We're not sure that's going to happen. Then he says yeah. Yeah I know but but keep praying. Keep praying I met Ronnie about eight years before that I was working at a summer camp for people with disabilities ladies and I was a counselor there and I had brought along a video camera because I was also interested in making films and Ronnie was drawn to that camera. He came right up to me and wanted to talk about movies and TV see he he. He had cerebral palsy and his legs but he also had an interesting combination of of mental conditions autism and obsessive compulsive and he he. It manifests itself in this extreme fascination with with television and movie stars from one thousand nine hundred seventy s which is when he was a kid he spent most of his childhood in hospitals and he he became particularly obsessed with with people. That would play doctors. Here's on television. He took comfort in their com voices and there was one man above all who held this sort of sort of like a God. And that was Chad Everett. Who Played Dr Joe Gannon on CBS Medical Medical Center? And and I really liked Ron. He was he was really fine he. He was great on camera he loves HE LOVES TO BE ON CAMERA. We made lots of videos together at the camp and some of the most popular videos. Were these these newscasts we would do. We made our own news show and Ronnie was was spent tastic at that especially when we would go downtown. He would interview people on the street. He was this large man and when he would talk to people he he. He couldn't stand up for too long so he would lean on them for balance while he was asking him questions and he would get them to do skits. He was he had this really real ability to to bring people people out in these films that we made they kind of had this underground popularity and eventually I was able to to get some funding to make a film outside the camp and the idea was we. were going to drive across country with five people with disabilities from the summer camp. We're GONNA go from their houses in New England all the way to Los Angeles Angeles California and everyone on the trip had their own hopes and dreams for going to California place. They've never been but Ronnie's dreams overshadowed everybody else's to him California was the Holy Land. It was the place where he was destined to Mr Chad. Everett his spiritual brother and was his biggest dream told everybody it's my biggest dream and he took this biggest dream mission very very seriously. He stressed him out. In fact as we went on the trip he had the skin condition as well called psoriasis and and he would get these rashes on his arms when he got stressed out and he would he would at them and I felt like this whole situation was was was mainly my responsibility director of this ridiculous film and I. I decided his roommate across the country and so every night in these hotels tells Ronnie apply the medication to his rashes. And then we would say a prayer. And that's how I ended up in this hotel room in Tennessee. Praying with Ronnie Samson soon as Ronnie praise I say my own little prayer i. I'm not a very religious person I had never really prayed before. I'm twenty nine years old but this is the first this time I pray in earnest and I'd say I say please help us get to California safely and please when we get there. Please give me some guidance. Helped needed to solve this problem. That we're GONNA have this mess when we get to California. Because I have this secret that I haven't shared with Ron. I probably should have shared it with him. But I I just can't and that is that I've gotten in touch whichever it's agent before we went on the trip and I'd asked. Could we set up a meeting between these two people. I knew it was going to be a fantastic fantastic moment on film and his Asian. Maybe understand that chat ever. It was a very busy man and then he wasn't going to have time for something like that in fact he didn't really want to encourage courage. This sort of obsessive fan that apparently he had and I probably should have told Ryan that but he doesn't take disappointment very well and I helped helped Ronnie write letters to numerous celebrities over the years and we had written to chat ever and and one year he called me up. He was so excited. Because you've got this head shot in. The mail was a smiling picture of Chad. Eh and Ronnie memorize. Every word that had ever had had had signed on this picture which was on his wall it said to Ron. Life's not meant it to be lived in reruns. What should be in the new love? Boat Walk in the Light Signs Chat Everett and and and so all the way across the country as we were driving from across Texas the Grand Canyon Ronnie would would go over the contents of that letter with me. He would say what does that mean. Life's not meant to be in reruns and that means to walk in the light. I'm walking in the light right and I would say yeah Ron. You're walking in the light and when we reach California it was it it was a it was a really wonderful moment. We go swimming in the ocean. And everybody's really happy. Except for of course Ron because he's on a on a higher mission and so run and I come to this agreement everyone else involved with the film is GonNa fly home and he and I are going to stay in in Los Angeles and we're going to spend and a few more days. I don't know what we're GONNA do. We're going to hang out there in California and so everyone goes home and Ronnie and I ended up in this hotel room together putting on on his psoriasis medicine and I have no plan at all and along this on long trips someone had someone who I believe was very well meaning and giving me neither side vice had said to Ronnie Hey Ryan you shouldn't you shouldn't be so self conscious and Ronnie for about one hundred fiftieth time that trip asked me he says what does that mean self conscious and I tell him to be self conscious that means like to to worry about yourself too much and then he says for like one hundred mm fifteen time he asked me. I'm not being self conscious right now and I just WANNA say fed up at this point I just want to say you know by definition you. You asking me that question. That means you're being self conscious right and but I don't say that I know better and I say no Ronnie you're not you're not being self conscious at all and and on our last day in California we had this plan out of desperation. We go to this town near Malibu throughout this in the in the hills where Ronnie and heard that Chad Everett lived and we go there we go to a shopping center. Ronnie gets really excited because he interviews this kid who apparently had bag Chad Everett's gross ruth and then and then someone else tells us they know the street that chat lives on so Ronnie says I just want to see what is house. Looks like like so we go up and then we get to the gate and it's a gated community and then I find myself like sneaking past the guards not looking and then we get to what we think is house and running so I just wanted to take a picture in front of this House Ronnie gets out and it's not until we're hiding in the bushes and we've been there for over an hour that I realized that this is a terrible idea. Abia what why are. Why are we here what? What did I think what's going to happen? I had this crazy idea that Chad Everett would see Ronnie and he would understand that this was if someone that he should get to know but of course if Chad Everett walked out of that House Ronnie was GonNa rush towards and then someone was going to call the police. It was going to be it was going to be a a disaster and so it was with a certain sense of relief that I felt when a security guard came up until this we had to leave and so we did did leave and that film ends with Ronnie Kissing Chad Everett Star on the Hollywood walk of fame. And and it's it's a good ending but of course it's not the ending adding that Ronnie and I wanted for that film and as we took the film to film festivals around the country writing became like sort of a little bit of a celebrity ready and it was funny because that didn't mean anything to him to be a celebrity himself. All he cared about was he would ask anybody in the audience at the festivals. If maybe they knew a way to get this film in the Chat Pat Everett's hands and throughout that year Ronnie would just call me up and he'd say I have. You need to send a tape to this person. Because they might know Chad Everett's daughter and I was starting to get kind of annoyed to be honest. I was like man. We went all the way to California like why. Why can't you just drop this whole thing? And I was kind of annoyed with myself too. Because I had become tethered to this dream of Ronnie's and on top of that I had version of the dream. That was a nightmare for me. which which was that? Ronnie would somehow meet Chat Everett and I wouldn't be there that kept me up at night if Ronnie if Ronnie were to meet him and I wasn't there I didn't think I could live myself for the rest of my life. I honestly felt that way and I couldn't. I was in the state and then one day I got a phone call and and there was a deep voice on the other end of the line and it said hello. This is Chad Everett and I said No. It's not and he said yes. Yes it is and it was Chad Everett and he had seen film and he liked the film he liked.
"everett" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"Brought up. Plus, she won't bother anyone the plus one was Everett's dog. Poppy. Hello. I really brought plus two sorry about the skirt. And the bra it's a little peek of this people, then still fun. Welcome to the New Yorker festival. Now if that's not clear enough Bridget Everett runs. A little salty salt is the word. I guess so heads up some of this might be awkward with the kids around or with the parents around for that matter here, she is with Michael Schulman at the New Yorker festival where did ever is a singer and actress comedian, a cabaret star a force of nature and a way of life. She's performed everywhere from Carnegie Hall to Adelaide Australia. And of course, a Joe's pub where she appears regularly with her band the tender moment. She's been in the film's train wreck and Patty cakes. On TV and inside Amy Schumer and girls and starting October fourteenth. She starts on the new HBO comedy camping. Quote, the New York Times multiply the mouth the flesh jiggling early Bette midler by one hundred give her the giver, the super plus size figure and fashion sense of divine, the John waters diva and the manners of a Flintstone and you've got a rough approximation of Bridget Everett. Let's give her a hat. For that. That's good. Also can ask them starting? Yeah. You know a little bit. I can't I can't part with all of it. Because I'm on a Amman Amman a diet. You want my now? Okay. This is what they want you share. Okay. Let me know. Michael. I'm fine. A couple of years ago. I called you for an interview, and you were on a nude beach with Amy Schumer. Yeah. But we had a nice chat. And you described your your stage presence to me as quote a crazy maniac who doesn't get late enough. So I have to put my sexual energy somewhere. So. How much of that person that we see on stage? Is you how are you? Is there a different Bridget who is home in the end of the night and completely different. How do you contrast the two? Well, I feel like the longer I've been the more. I've been doing the stage Bridget in the wilder. She's gotten the sort of more the more. I'm like on the cows with my puppy, and I can't wait to I'm so happy to be here. But I can't wait to go home and get on the couch and just I like to watch documentaries and homeland, but there's no new season. So I had some time in my schedule. Also, I'm here. But I mean, it used to be like it's like when you're starting. It's like you just like you want people to to listen to you, right? And like, and I felt like I had to just go so wild and go so big and so crazy. But that's also kind of who I was. And of course, now, I'm forty six. So now, I'm not as I'm not as fun as I was in my twenties and thirties, but but the stage Bridget's Sylla's. You have an incredible ability to interact with your audience. I've just seen Joe's pub get whipped into a total frenzy..
"everett" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Trying to make friends go to death from Boston question. I love you so much. Hi, mark. I'm gonna be well show. I love everything question is March. Okay. Think that your mom? My senior her face point Trump ru per sex life. How juvenile probably improved her sex life. But the facelift is like the part two that's gonna improve sex life. Yeah. Heather peace said, Jennifer, garner comes across as such as sweetheart on social media. Is there anything annoying about her? She's a monster. These like beautiful who's gonna type body. She's I don't know. I just I I love her is that that's seems very lovable. Margaret piney creek to said why did Margaret wake up with a full face of makeup last week? Okay. I wrote so many tweets back about that. I'm lazy bitch. All right hands down. I'll go home tonight ending wake up like this tomorrow morning. Hey, I don't want to take off my makeup, right? I home. I get in the bed. Joan I wake up he wants to bang this in the morning. He doesn't want to go. No. Without? I get up in the morning like this. Joe's here who can blame you Joe. No Kathy Griffin used to have a routine about going to bed with their makeup on. She said she would save the makeup. She would sleep like this next week on the outside the jersey Theresa blames Melissa for Joe and his father's strange relationship. And it goes as smoothly as you would imagine take a look at this peak in Oklahoma. He's going to be hanging out with my dad. Net shot you when you're not around. He spent more time with them about everything for my parents e a little easier for you because you have a little extra time because you don't have to cater to your husband right now talk to him about it because he's gonna explode, and it's gonna be bad and you should make him not explode. Your like, your wife, your wife your wife? I want to be like insist your sister sister. So shut your mouth. That was that morning. Right. That was a rough morning. Correct. Right. Let's go to John from San Diego with the question for Bridget Everett. Hey, john. What's your question? You get your buddy from the Clayton. Fools. It's been too long questions for Bridget, Bridget if titties a name, what would it be? If you could give Margaret's Teddy's a name. What would they be? Every damn grow titties. Thank you. Let's go to Whitney from Virginia. Hey, Whitney, what's your question? Question is for Margaret first off? I want to say I love you and second off onto near you. Look amazing. Oh. For Margaret is where do you stand was sickie right now? I'll just put it this way. The girl hates my guts. She walked by hair salon where I get. I get my gals done. And she is like, you know, she runs in the other direction. She wants nothing to do. With me. I'm you know, she'd burn my house, she could probably. So it's not well. To quote, Theresa Theresa not, well Doreen, that's Sarindah. What am I saying too? Many too much noise in my head Bridget Adam g wants to know if you've heard from each yoursel since you serenaded his people magazine cover on Falun. I haven't here's the good news. I'm still available to I'm my computer every day. I will wait for a phone. Call text Email or something and available more than that. It's more than that. It's game time everybody. Bridget's name so many types of titties that she's basically the head of watch what happens live titty committee. But how will she stack up against a woman who hails from the actual birthplace of the phrase old lady with your fake and squirts heads out with tick tock titties, Margaret, Birgit you will each pass you will face each other and past hammered judges implant that can fourth while saying alternative words for the word Titi. Whoever is holding the implant when the thirty second clock runs out is a total boob. Do not break cameras must be plant. That is really implant. Okay. Thirty seconds on the clock. Go booby jobs phone bag cans jokes. I said that love melons did bags. That's crazy knockers Cancun's. That's. Oh, you said breasts beanbags fund bids. Oh, good talkie. It's gimmick..