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"five dollars month" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"Sign up for a patriotic for as little as five dollars a month at different levels. You can also get free. Episode does all sorts of stuff but for five dollars month. Get an extra every week. Were we go behind. The scenes of the padre opened up about our personalized. We talk about current events. All that good stuff. So head over to patriotdepot dot com slash. Daikin out melody. What's the gas thing he did this week. recording this on a monday so apologies. If it's not gay enough. I'm just embarking on this week and i just got to go to this weekend. We had our watch party. The last one i went out to a brunch with all queer people all queer. Poc's that's so gay. That's really gay week already. Snowcap time we recorded in brunch with all get. Yes okay me and my little group of friends are for some reason. Everything is sort of like popping off for everyone individually and. We're just starting to notice quit. We're all doing relatively well that self-love here's here and specifically like the big one we went to celebrate is one of our friends just in covington was recently cast in billy. Eichner zanu all. Lgbtq a rom com called bros. It's gonna come out august of two thousand twenty two. They're shooting they're shoot now. I'm just so proud of him. It is a huge deal. Everyone cast all the principal. Cast of this film will be openly gay queer even the straight roles are going to be played by homosexuals. O of everyone in it. That's just so historic. I can't wait to watch it. I'm so proud of justin. And we drank memos about it. That's great less about it. And then you know i was just excited to get to watch things. That weren't the l word now that we're finally done obsessively watching and creating jokes four seven about the goddamn show which we love.
"five dollars month" Discussed on ABA Inside Track
"Ethics credit. I love that order too. Because we're gonna be talking about sort of similar to some of the themes we had today. Which is how do you keep promoting these behaviors and sort of lanka colleagues. Had an idea. And we'll be speaking with dr manny. Retrieve says who comes from the organizational behavior management side of things to review work that he's done looking at what makes an ethical leader. And how do they create an ethical aba workplace as well. You know so so. It's kind of on the ground. Well i guess lanka colleagues boots on the ground as well but even more boots on the ground descriptions of what that process entails from from the business side of things so very exciting. That'll wrap up supervision september fully. So we'll we'll we'll do the song and dance supervision song and dance on that episode instead. I guess but in the meantime we hope you enjoyed listening to this episode if you are interested in either that ethics or supervision c. e. r. Second codeword is adventure a b. e. n. t. u. r. e. Because as we all know the greatest adventure is behavior. Analytic supervision in the treasury was really the friends we made along the way. Oh no to district clarification everyone you can order this episode or one ethics e e you or one supervision see you. You don't have to tell me which one you're gonna use it for when i send it to you. It will say ethics or supervision. And then whichever one you need it for you. Enter it into the acp portal. As that one. I mean if you want to speak to your computer. This is ethics or this supervision. You know as you're printing out your certificate you go go ahead and do that. We won't know because it doesn't matter. It's the portal no matter. It's only worth one credit. Won't you pick one of the two hundred. Yeah if you put in too. That's unethical and you're not modeling. Good supervision all right. Well thank you all so very much for listening. Thank you diana. And jackie for coming on the supervision ed venture with amelia listeners. If you enjoyed ada inside track middle of it if you subscribe to the show on apple podcast spotify stitcher. Wherever you like to get podcast. Couple of other ways you can get the show. You can certainly go to the website. Aba inside track dot com to find the episodes links to the articles. We discussed as well as a places to purchase the easy. You can find these on youtube with the youtube subtitling feature and if you're interested in getting these episodes a week ahead of time as well as some bonus extra content. Why not join us on a avon dot com slash. Nba inside track where you can subscribe or just five dollars month. Get those extra a week ahead of time episodes your supervision september would already be over at this point as well as to subscribe at other levels to get extra content array harare discounts on. Cd's all sorts of good stuff. You can also reach out to us a couple of different ways certainly. Social media's always fun where aba inside track on facebook twitter pinterest and instagram. You can also email us at anytime at aba inside track at g mail dot com with thoughts episode ideas or just to say a low big big. Thanks to dr jim. Kerr recorded intro out. Show music stirring far interstitial music dim abdo the podcast doctors for his editing work. And hollis urban from sycamore workshop visual design. We'll be back next week with another full length. Episode rounding out the month but until then key responding by ma.
"five dollars month" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle
"More pizza than anyone in the world. It's so funny. I don't think anyone would guess that. Fifty million pizzas a year and forty seven. Million of those are frozen thirty mostly frozen pizza so pizza is a relative newcomer to norway. Didn't show up until the nineteen seventies came with an american guy. Actually who learned to make pizza from a neapolitan guy in new haven. It was an instant hit. Everybody loves pizza and soon after the frozen pizza was born and his legend has it the company contract it to make the frozen pizza in norway wasn't familiar with the dish so the improvised and came up with what is still the national topping of norway. Tomato sauce yarl's berg cheese in popper guy. The super norwegian way to eat this frozen pizza is to add extra cheese before you bake it and then when you take it out you trestle ketchup. Oh okay because before that. I was like yeah. This sounds pretty good but the catch is a little bit too far for me. One time. I was on an amtrak train from seattle to portland and i watched this woman a couple seats down from me. Meticulously and slowly. Eat a little pizza pan pizza that had all of these ketchup packets and one by one. She was squeezing them on top for every bite she took and she was eating it with a knife and a fork with a whole ketchup packet on each bite and i could not look away. I just sat her mesmerizing. You can't make that up. Maybe she was norwegian. I think that is the explanation. The book also cracks the history of america's most controversial pizza. The hawaiian pizza which was not actually created by a hawaiian was invented by a canadian. By way of greece but one of my favorites sections in the book is all about what they call. Courtship foods flirtatious rituals involving food. This is a an austrian tradition from the nineteen th century and basically at these kind of rural dances between singles. I think that the women would do is take a slice of apple and put it under their armpits. Before a dance and at the end of the dance they would remove the apple slice and headed to their dance partner if they liked him as kind of a sign of affection and to return the sign of affection. The man had to eat the armpit apple just to prove that he was like into her bare. Bones wow i. I don't know if the apple. I love that he has to eat it. Yeah it's hard. Core is so hard core as much as i would love to. We can't end the podcast talking about armpits. So let's check back in with antony and talk a little bit about queer eye if you haven't seen the show it is so charming and funny and joyful and it is basically this team five. The fab five surprising both men and women who need some help in their lives. Yes the person does get a makeover and yes. Their entire house gets a makeover. But the show isn't as superficial as that. Bobby kerama tan jonathan and anthony. Go much deeper. The thing that i noticed when. I'm watching as you're all therapists to these people you bring much warmth and self esteem to the show. Was that something that you're expected to come with or was there any kind of training. Because you know you're there to help them learn to cook but there's always another side when you're working with these people honesty when i look back now. I really don't know what. I thought i was getting myself into in terms of like having an empathetic approach and the concept of like bedside manner and coming in and being gentle in non-judgmental and listening meeting these heroes. It's like you come into their home and these are people who have never been on camera before and they're speaking to five complete strangers sometimes. There's somebody who's had a really rough go at things and sometimes they've accomplished a lot of things but they've never really worked on themselves every single one of our heroes even though they're all so different they're always open to changing but they don't know how and there's something that's so touching for me and that they're willing to actually trust five complete strangers to guide them to try to show them that. There's a different way of living or different way of looking at things whether it's how they approach Their own work or how they dress themselves. How they cook for themselves. Or how they show their love for their fam- figuring out whatever their love languages when you see somebody open vulnerable like that. I feel like it's like you have a responsibility to to just try to figure out how to be of service and for one person. It's going to be teaching them that like when you're making a sandwich mustard and mayo should go all the way to the corner of every slice of bread and for other people it's like figuring out how to make a proper castellet like it's different for everybody and so i just always try to listen nocco in with my own assumptions of what i think. I should be teaching them. And just try to hear them out and figure out how it can be best of service in such a short period of time because you want them to remember it too. It's not just for tv where it's like you show them something complicated. They're never going to replicate again in their lives. Like you wanted to be something. That's sustainable that. They're actually gonna use leaves and the thing. I think people don't understand because there's been unfair criticism about the simplicity of the food that you're teaching them or the now notorious infamous greek yogurt guacamole which stunned by it. It's delicious yeah. I feel like people don't understand what you're doing on the show. You're not there like you said to teach them how to make lobster thermidor. Whatever totally came up now. I wanna add lots of very retro. But now i want to add it to my last. Neil i forgot the lobster in there and that's one of my favorite things but no i think i think you're absolutely right and i think people do have strong opinions about things i think at the beginning part was definitely challenging to navigate when i was learning. Oh like it's impossible for everyone to agree with me. Everyone to like me which is such an important life lesson but it just kind of reminded me to stay in my lane to focus on what's important and on queer eye specifically it's figuring out how we can help these people and that was anthony perot skis last meal anthony's new cookbook. Antony let's do. Dinner is out. September fourteenth pre order it right now or head your favorite neighborhood bookstore on september fourteenth and pick up a copy. He irony of the lights. That have now actually. Don't get to cook as often as i used to. Write made every meal at home where. I was home every single night of the week. I still wanna eat really good food. That's very diverse whether it's polish nostalgic of my youth things that i've tried in japan when we were filming queer eye over there but it's just a collection of easy ish quick ish limited ingredient ish recipes. I wish all of that. Because i didn't want it to begin keyword. It was like five ingredients. That are less even though i love those cookbooks. But that's just not who i am. I kind of liked to be a little flexible with it. And it offers loads of substitution. Because i think one thing that the pandemic especially as taught us is that you have to cope with what you got. Sometimes and that's what's so fun about cooking right so that's kind of what i get to do. Let's dinner thanks to dan. Skinner from conagra foods and cecil iwon co author of gastro obscure gastro obscure is out october twelfth. And of course you can also pre-order it. Thanks to all the listeners. Who shared their fancy kitchen. Purchases including my friend lydia. I don't regret spending one hundred eighty five dollars month butter in fact i'll absolutely do it again. And after the last couple of years that we've had away from our family and friends just trying to live and to stay healthy. I think it's more important than ever to reward yourself with a little fancy moments. This episode was produced by laura scott and me the music by prom queen. If you're not already following along find me on instagram. At helo rachel bell. That's b. l. e. 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"five dollars month" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
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"five dollars month" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast
"Ugur juggernaut. I don't know honest awesome. But this week in his story. So let's get into that. Gather mike this week in his story. August twelfth nineteen ninety eight henry ford's first model t. Rolls off line out there in detroit with gets trees really cool. You want black. Yeah and immediately as can see the photo their statement. Wait a minute. He just have one of those. You have to give us money. And here's a plate. Thirteenth nineteen sixty three a zoom the most infamous Record our record a seventeen year old buddhist monk burned himself to death in saigon south vietnam in protest of the ongoing war in this country August fourteenth fourteen fifty seven. I love this story. The first book ever printed by the printing press is published by german astrologer named faust. He's immediately thrown in jail. We'll try to sell those books in paris because authorities concluded that he must have made a deal with the devil to get identical. Copies of the book has no one had ever done that before. And that's where the story of thousands made a deal with the devil sophia. Why forgetting like home play of his books. It is nice. Yeah that's where. The character came from the august fifteenth. Two thousand one astronomers announced Discovery of the first sewer system outside of our own which consists of two planets that were found orbiting one of the stars. That'd be different of course watching star trek and you know that that's the only time but this proved the theory that yes indeed. There are other solar systems Let's see august sixteenth. Eighteenth fifty eight. Us president james buchanan Victoria exchange messages inaugurated we first transatlantic telegraph line which holy shit water to choosy ownership august seventeenth nineteen ninety eight president. Bill clinton finally admits the american public that he had indeed had an affair with white house intern. Monica monica lewinsky This picture is actually from him. Denying it but it was widely going on now there. There was no cell phones or should have been there filming it let's see august eighteen. Fifteen ninety john white of one hundred seventeen harnessed sent into seven roanoke island in what is now. North carolina to establish call returned to the colony from a trip. It's england to find the settlement abandoned and no sign of dean settlers was ever found They did find on a tree. This weird word croats helen. scrawled into the bark And so in of course is inspired a lot of witchcraft stuff indians. Tatum who knows alien was gone. Everybody from stephen qingda american orquesta air or story as us that and Let's see so that brings us to end of this week sterling and nine the end of our show kind of wrapped it up wrapped it up. Pervy nice there. You did there trevor. Like thank our sponsors. Eso auto works course an harmonic studios richard maintenance and a new sponsor coming onboard very soon. We announced that. Let's hold off okay often. So we've been we teases you whether it's it's been in the shot the whole time you know. Make sure sense by product. I okay let is exciting. It will be. It is first. Line of manuals branded. It's true to be awesome. So they'll that more coming up We do have some other crazy. Nelson's coming up on men tools for later this month. So stay tune At for all of the mantle stuff go mantles media dot com or checkout oliver socials league tree slash mantles media gooding emerge and our subscriptions to patriarch locals for just five dollars month. One point out we have some new merch designs in our brand new kovin tyranny. Why it's a silverline. Kobe tierney collection Let me zoom some of his in here we've got. We've got three new items citizens. Excellent pictured finger a ship. Well you guys could see him from over there. Argue the internet larry's Well let me click on. We got whatever happened to my body. My choice of course with vaccination stuff we also have more than rattled. Crowder coming up with. Get the jab. It's for your health. Love this with the police beating the shit out of some refusing to get jab and finally another one of my favorites It's not a mandatory vaccine. We just won't allow you to get that big just won't allow you to each shopper. Go out in public with us. Without a picture of mr shitting grin police officer who happily is enforcing any orders. You can pay with paypal and four inches three payments again. If you want a also let me bring it back. A new item.
"five dollars month" Discussed on Aviation News Talk podcast
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"five dollars month" Discussed on Upgrade
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We're going to start with apple. Tv plus ted lasso just launched you piece. About how the that. It's a surprisingly in demand. Show and that. I think what you said was apple. Tv plus started off as what's the point and is sort of turning you know turning into something that's a little bit more on the right path. It our interpretation here has been they kind of want to be what. Hbo used to be which is all focused on their originals. Have them be high quality and have it be just sort of a destination for good content. And they're not worried about their catalog. They're just worried about like getting enough stuff that they get some critical. Hbo was like we program sunday night. And it's going to be really great and that's all that matters and i feel apple. Tv plus that's sort of the game that they're playing up to now. Yeah i mean. You're the apple expert. But i you know the the funding level tv pluses. They are literally stealing. Hbo playbook by teaming up with richard suppler who was granted very long time. They are working with the sony guys. Who very much admire what. Hbo done in these old high quality shows to their distributing partners. I think the fascinating apple. Tv plus is considering employment around for two years and considering that there is not they have one piece of like licensed condominium and then If you look at their blackbirds very small the overall demand is just means like how much people at this white willing to pay. They want to see that show. Or how much are they willing to seek out. That joe is incredibly high across the entire catalogue like compared to even disney pluses catalog. it's much higher. I think to apples you know to lose executives. Credit apple was there. Picking their shows very specifically. They know what they're trying to build and it's working for them. I do think if they want to scale it to be an proper student service. They will have to acquire some kind of library because they don't have what alec snack will. Television set hotel before you go to bed or when you're working out you're watching your dinner. It's what you have on the backgrounds familiar comfortable lots of it. This is my daughter was visiting us and she put the office on. Put it on exactly. It's the snack thing that makes hulu netflix. Really work beyond kind of the originals apple. Doesn't have that the question i have my old boss don eli tells her energy burge in his and i can just debate because it was like does appaled need apetit plus winter. They need it for. Is it actually helping overall services bundle. Is it actually kind of keeping people within that walled garden ecosystem. Is it helping people choose to to apple products and the nice thing on apple like amazon is that it doesn't matter right now because they have so much money but it like this is an experiment still breasts end on experiments that it's actually going pretty well for them so apple. Tv plus was so easy to write off in the one thing that is still easy to write off what apple tv plus is that we do not know how many are paid subscriptions we ride. They're still free trials to have no idea how people are actually willing to pay for this stuff But in terms of the overall demand in their shows in their producing nerve originals compared to other people that are actually doing pretty well. And i think that bodes law for them to get people say gonna pay five dollars month or ideally for apple. Pay twenty bucks a month for apple one. They need a little bit more than that. I think that will come in the form of an acquisition of some y similar with mgm. I mean they've got more contemplated when they launched in that they've got two years of content. But it's still not a lot. You're absolutely right. Okay netflix. They're the they're the big the number one But i mentioned them earlier about like they just have this type of content that just kind of out flows and it's enormous and is that strategy is just we make it up in volume and also we have games that we are going to put on your phone or something like i. I wonder netflix is so big. That on one level. They seem unassailable and another level. They seem so boring and not like i wonder if if they're like the tortoise and the hare kind of thing where the big entertainment they're so far ahead and yet disney is coming for them. And there's gonna be other competition too and amazon's got all the money So what what's your take on. Where net flexes right now. They're in a very interesting point. So netflix has hit saturation in You can reduce the united states in candidate. They are only going to ever lose or gain very little subscribers and all that means is that they're losing those or current wants me back are probably reactivating or something. They've hit saturation. Point which is an interesting moment because it means that they are no longer decor kind of country or region that they're looking at their whole reason they're trying to grow is meow kind of europe. They're trying to grow on the released their traffic or latin america. They're trying to grow it. Packs and i think what the challenge lies ahead for them which is a pretty exciting challenge. Image on the team is. How do you get your big french shows. You run an orange big mexican series to travel to the round the world. The point that you're going okay. Yeah no matter where we add. No matter what regions contents coming volume interested in it That's one challenge the second one they have that as much as ted's rondos who's their cozy they're head of their content for a long time likes to play this down It's very hard to make franchises. it's not easy. A disney bought bear big downsizing they acquired lupe fired marv one they said cool and they ended up working really well for them..
"five dollars month" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"So viacomcbs held its big investor presentation paramount plus which is rebranded and rebooted version of an existing service called. Cbs all access. What did we get yesterday yesterday. There was this three. Plus our event designed to unveil the scope of paramount plus says this revamped version of cbs. All access in a kind of inauspicious. Start this event that was supposed to talk about how the company is going to be really competitive and streaming ended up starting half an hour late because they were having problems streaming so that wasn't a great place to start but generally the main focus last night was squarely on programming all the titles that they're going to be creating the originals the exclusives movies and shows that they're going to be leading into sort of cbs's stable of networks and brands and intellectual property in order to hopefully they hope draw new subscribers to service that has been around almost since the very beginning of services like this. Yeah let's take into that. Because cbs all access has largely been known for shows like star trek discovery and well star trek card and star trek. Lower deck's star trek. What else are we gave from paramount. Plus it how does it differ from. Was he this. All access had been about the last two years. Generally i would say that. The basic proposition of paramount plus is pretty similar to cbs. All access some of the things that make. Cbs all access a little bit. Different from other streaming services is baked into ciba's access. You get a live feed of Your local cbs channel most streaming on demand streaming services. Don't have both. I kind of live and on demand element integrated within them. That doesn't really change paramount. Plus the things that are going to be changing. Like i said it's really about how they're trying to expand people's concept of what's this entire company a includes and so what that is that they're going to be making a lot more originals based on things from comedy central and tv from nickelodeon there's going to be a rugrats boot and an entire new studio dedicated to avatar the last air bender Universe shows in shorts and movies and they're going to be leading really hard into the paramount. Pictures movie studio that the company also owns. They're going to be reviving some franchises from that movie studios past and they're also going to be bringing a few of paramount pictures new theatrical movies to permit plus to stream earlier than would be normal. This is nothing like hbo. Max streaming every single warner brothers. New movie the same day as it hit theaters but subscribers to promote plus a will have the opportunity to stream movies like quietly to the new mission impossible mission impossible. I think at seven on the of subscribers will be able to stream that basically a month and a half after those movies hit theaters. So for example quiet place equal you'll be able to stream in november. That's not as aggressive as as some other services but it does change the proposition. Little bet from what people were used to. Cvs all access right and so. Let's get some details. How what is the service actually launched and home was the cost and did it does it differ from. What's he has. All access was charging. Yeah well this is something. I was kind of surprised that this is going to be such a confusing transition. What's happening is in one week on march fourth they will essentially replace. Cbs all accesses premium tier with paramount plus in a launch on the fourth in the us and across countries some countries in latin america as a ten dollar a month subscription. And that gives you everything on the service. Add freight then in june going to widen paramount plus to be sickly launched a cheaper ad-supported limited tier. That's five dollars month so that's comparable with similar tier that's already on. Cbs all access. So both of the services have these kind of like cheaper ad-supported tears and premium more expensive inclusive tears but ammo plus is going to be rolling them out in. This staggered way which is going to create some confusion for current subscribers and also perspective subscribers know. There's going to be period of a few months where there's going to be multiple apps that have the cbs name in them was have the paramount name in them. And it's going to be hard. It's not as simple proposition for consumers to figure out what they wanna get and where they can actually get it with all those moving parts happening at once so we saw out some difficulty with. Hbo max when hbo max launched last year when they had not only at hbo max as an app out in the market but hbo go and hbo now still existed as made that transition. That was a really bumpy road for them for a while. Because of consumer confusion now add in the element that there is not only just like. Hey there's one subscription it's one price none of that change now. Add in the fact that you've got to tears which launches at one time one of which doesn't launch until another time and those things have different. They unlock different. So it does seem like it's setting up a really a really bumpy transition for them to
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"five dollars month" Discussed on ABA Inside Track
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"five dollars month" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Iheart media as well as km et in southern california on abc news. Talk hey junior. Tgif man oh my god for the weekend to gosh we've got a great show today. We've got zen honeycutt coming up at the half we're gonna be talking about the usda and gmo's one of my favorite subjects going back to many many years ago when we first discovered the dangers of gmo's. And i'm really looking forward to speaking was on honeycutt about it. She's an activist speaker author and the founder and director of moms across america which is a nonprofit organization. I think most people have heard of it but she's a rockstar. Can't wait to hear what she has to say. Because it's important. Our health is everything you know. Yes well you know. It's been a crazy week crazy week. And because i have to sit cats and i have been dealing with it now for. I don't know like this is eight. Both of them are back at the hospital this morning. So you know butters my cat butters and you know what i'm going to introduce mark because he'll love this story he'll understand he's our first guest today and he's an amazing guy. So mark peralta is the chief program for best friends. Animal society a leading national animal welfare organization dedicated to ending the killing of dogs and cats. At america shelters mark also founded and runs vintage pet rescue with his wife. I i need to give my rescue name anyway with his wife. Kristen rescuing senior pets from shelters and assisting owners who can no longer take care of their senior pets. He is amazing. Mark peralta doing today. I am fabulous happy friday. Everybody i know i know. It's been a crazy week mark. So i'm about thirty five hundred dollars deep so far my two cats from surgeries. And you know giving them fluids every day and just all kinds of stuff and stuff just happens. It's unfortunate but so this is kind of funny so my cat butters and i know you love cats to a lot of people out there listening Love all animals but some people are more cat lovers dog lovers. You're you're kind of more of a cat lover aren't you. I am yeah. Even though i run a mostly dog rescue. I'm with you with the cab. Will i love them all. But so my cat butters. He's the one that opens all the doors and usually does the show with me well about two weeks ago i. I kind of noticed that he wasn't coming up to do the show with me. 'cause like i said i'm up in the studio but he'll he'll hit the door and he'll unlock it. He'll come right in any way. So last night. Little stinker. I had them in my bathroom. He was all hooked up on his with his catheter. And he had his food and his watery seem pretty comfortable And he got up and he opened the door and he walked all over. The house and disconnected. Pulled his catheter catheter. Out of his eureka. That's my thing is that is that the body part. We're talking about right. That's the one in so anyway. It's been one of those crazy mornings. But the why i'm bringing this up is i wouldn't trade it for anything i wouldn't. I love my cats and my dogs all my pets. My family members they bring so much meaning to my life. And i know that all of you At best friends feel the same way about the pets. All over this wonderful world that we live in. So let's talk about this though. There's a twenty twenty one community shelter forecast From best friends. So will you remind our listeners about the mission of best friends. Yeah absolutely the mission of best friends animal society to bring about a time where there are no more homeless pets and as you so eloquently put in my intro. We basically do that by helping ending. You know killing in. America shelters through building community programs partnerships. All across the nation. Well and you guys have done a lot this year though right. I mean you guys really got your latest newsletter. Because i'm a golden circle member which means what what does that mean to everyone out there listening mark. It means you are one of the top supporters of our work so you provide A certain amount of donations to us to allow us to continue to do work with shelters all over the country. So thank you so much for that. Well yeah well. The reason i brought it up is not. Because i'm looking for kudos or anything but because you can do it for as little as if i'm not mistaken for like ten dollars a month right. Oh yeah you can even do it for less than that. I mean i you know. I have family members that get five dollars month Friends that get five dollars a month. Anything else you know and it just gets pulled from your credit card is like an auto pay in. Its really simple to do. I did it when you guys were in town For the what were you guys. Were in town like france. Yeah we did. What we first met feels like yesterday but it was gosh a year and a half ago now. Wow wow well you know. I think i think everybody. Mark was so relieved to say goodbye to twenty twenty but guys are still facing many of the same challenges here in twenty twenty one. so what's the most pressing right now for. Best friends and the local shelters across the us. Yeah i think one of the biggest Things that you're seeing a lot in the media As well as a lot of us in the industry and talking about just housing and economic difficulties and kind of just the summit up you know There's one hundred. Seventy three million pets in american homes right now and you know if you have thirty or forty million americans at risk of losing their homes. You can kind of map so it could be staring down a really bad situation though That's probably the biggest prominent Area focus along many others. That that i think really pertinent right now yet. No i do too. I do because and also reading an in your newsletter that saving lives during covert nineteen that fostering is the future right for from anim- organizations they really have to Get a lot of people engaged in. Fostering in order to continue the work that you guys are doing. That's right now absolately right. You know the with buildings and and some of your shelters having to get really creative with staffing foster really kind of helped us pull through and really did some really good things with a really bad situation because we know as shelters and organizations and animal welfare the more that we can reach out and get the community involved like fostering allows us to to house and keep safe A lot more pets than we would be able to and kind of traditional shelter brick and mortar. And you guys. You're doing a love this. I'm reading about finding love online whether it's scheduling zoom calls with potential. So they can meet the pets at best friends. Animal sanctuary or setting up virtual meet and greets between a adopters and foster homes. How does that. How is that working for you guys doing well. It's doing really well. And i think just like a lot of industries we have to adopt right now and i personally believe and i think there's a lot of good information out there and you're next caller will be great because she's really kind of digging in about health But animals really provide us with some sanity. Lee no judgment the things that and the you know the things that they can provide in such situations like what we're dealing with as a country right now is kind of immeasurable when it comes to relieving stress Having companionship when many of us are very much stir crazy because we need to keep ourselves safe. You know yeah. I'm i'm going a little stir crazy. I have not had a good week. I haven't just to be candid starting to get to me and i know there's you know everyone else out. There feels that way. But it's it's it's natural We've just been through a lot of the world's been through a lot. We have but best friends are doing so much work out their incredible work helping people as you said people and pats in the by connecting. Everyone you know to. Maybe their their true love. That's right yeah. That's really a good way to sum it up. That's absolutely right well. Let's talk about the pet food. Pantries that you guys do. Because i know you've got the best friends lifesaving center in salt lake city That it was transformed into.
How to Sneak Fortnite on Your iPhone
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