20 Episode results for "Fori"
Airbus Looks To The Future With Hydrogen Planes
"The affiliate podcast shares, the stories of multifaceted Africans, one episode at a time the podcast aims to uncover the untold stories of modern and millennial. Based in various parts of the world. Each episode gives listeners an opportunity to learn and experience conversations that showcase who they are and global perspectives in our ever changing world fish also listen and subscribe to the Athlete podcast on spotify or wherever you listen to your favorite podcast. You can also follow at athletes podcast on all social media platforms. All listening to the news office our on Africa Business Radio Aerospace giant boss has unveiled plans for what two tailed as the first commercial zero emission aircraft. It said it's hydrogen-fuelled passenger planes could be in service by twenty thirty, five Airbus. Chief Executive Guliani. Fori said the three zero eight concept designs marked historic moment for commercial aviation sector. He added that use of. Hydrogen it had the potential significantly reduce evasions climate impact on it is time appointed Al to that it is not the first time that hydrogen has been talented asked the savior of modern travel and that was the niece at this time when Africa business. Radio you can continue to this in life online at www dot Africa business radio, DOT COM, or our mobile APP. I am Rachel chih-jen. Thank you for listening.
#102 Death Spa (1989) with James Hudson from Nite Shift Video
"In mediums my little dvd together. We will find the riding. Greedy the horror sooner than you will find. His spaghetti is surprising. Became kids up the visit episode per party grozny happy party grass. Everyone ida gras tuesday. Yeah shadow to the one line in this movie. That mentioned mardi gras bodyguards yesterday. At the time of the recording. Happy mardi gras. I've been saying mardi gras or mardi gras. Yeah heavy mardi gras guys. Grassi is mardi gras. Ceos thank you marty. I love mardi for gracing us with your gross with your grandma. Okay james's back everyone say hi james High james is eight a few more times. Hi it's me in the thing. Wow that's so good. Thank you so much. James james james is your last name james. Yes okay. cool. James h james. Thank you so much for covering and and talking about death. Spa from nineteen eighty nine with me. Yeah death spa. this is been experience One that it will not forget anytime soon. I don't know if i will forget it ever. No i mean how many movies were in this movie. We watched something recently. That a lot of movies in a movie but this was every movie in this movie. This is a definitely sort of a greatest hits tour of every eighty s movie. It was like killer workout meets psycho meets the exorcist. Meets every ghost movie meets. What else was in this. oh Maximum overdrive chopping mall. Yes yes all of these are tracking very well. It was such a great. I can't believe that neither of us had ever watched this before. It's really shocking. I came very close to watching at once. And i didn't and now i'm upset that that was like two years ago two years without watching it after i knew that it existed. It was only like he. Six months for me. Because i watched killer workout and then i heard about this could be where like. Yeah this is basically like killer workouts brother but on crack and i was like okay cool so i gotta check this out and then i've had it for a while but i just haven't watched it. Yeah it was a joy. It's really shocking. Because i feel it gets. It's so on brand for you and just didn't touch it. It's it's it's it's a surprise it would also surprise to me. Is that the director michael fisher. Did a movie called a rice girl. Yikes rice girl did not look politically correct. Yeah but the worst part is that it looks like it came out in two thousand fourteen. The worst part is that did come out in two thousand fourteen. Yeah i mean when you say something like that. I'm expecting some kind of you know seventy s exploitation type movie. And then it's like. Oh this is like less than ten years ago. It's very new very fresh Rice girl has a story to tell. And i don't know if i'm gonna watch that story. I might watch that story. It seems kind of interesting. I feel like someone should someone should right. At least like let us know. Get let us know. That's fair It was written by a couple of people that are not relevant. James bart rough and mitch paradise which of the pseudo names right no mitch. Paradise is definitely his christian given name although those porn name no no no no that was his. His mother wrote that. You don't think it's like a mitch. Paradise bound bound bound. No no mitch mitch. Paradise alley should be taken very seriously incredibly seriously. How seriously like who should we rank up there with. I mean he's he's like doctor lawyer status like like you met mitch. Paradise takes care of the problem. What is my problem is what i'm wondering. It could be a lot of things but mitch paradise will take care of it. I'll tell you. I liked this guy. He's really on the money he's on his grind but like okay actually his his his cousin is rich money. Oh wow paradise rich money their cousins. Yeah it's on which side of the family a believe his mother's side okay. Okay okay so you know. The movie is going to be great when it starts out with a neon sign that says star body health spa all all whilst thunder lightning and fireworks are rolling in. I am not even joking. The set they used for the outside star body health spa and the way that it's shot it in the very beginning might as well be the first opening shot of goosebumps episode or are you afraid of the dark episode or just shopping mall or shopping. Mall you're right. There's something about the way the camera cadillac lowers and goes inside the building though that very specifically makes me think of like children's horror dude. They use a cherry picker to do that shot. Would you really. It makes me sad not knowing what the budget for. This was because honestly that jim was beautiful. Someone owned the her. Did they rent that. Because that entire facility was awesome. Well i mean we already. We are to determine that had to be soundstage it was a sound but also someone said that like parts of it were a dance studio and i could tell which one it was never. Her will the very beginning. Was like raise your curious spuria so that was definitely an a dance hall secure spuria dude. That was amazing. Like you see this girl like ballet ing in this red as rooms like okay like it. At first we thought it was an italian film for a second. Yeah the has sort of the trappings of ajao and some of the colors. Even of a jio do but it had shakira from the super bowl like two years ago. The strangest part about that specific scene is the audio that we are getting in in. That part is not matching. what she's doing it. All this is not the soundtrack that she's dancing to to me. That wasn't the strangest part of this scene. The strangest part of this scene was that dude walking in the room like his all. Hell that dude's ask was hitting yet dude because it was ken fori dude. His ass was bigger than my face insane. Yes always ethic. Yes why would he is a mountain of a man but why his ass like thicker than nikki massages because it's the eighties and he can. He's not letting that hairline. Hold him back but like did he get implants or is he just that packing no man. I think he's just that packing dude. That guy was going off and he didn't even know he was going on. He was the star of the film. And i don't think long. Yeah he shows up a couple of different times okay. I don't remember what character he was the only Like necessarily michael. That's michael's best friend. The one that that swims with them and then they get in fights. No do that's marvin. yeah wait. That was him yeah. He's the one who stops her whenever she's dancing. Oh i thought that was a white guy. Nah nah that's hours hit. Will we didn't see him the first time. I thought that was just like a big thick. That makes a lot more sense. Yeah 'cause she's she actually says she's like oh marvin. You scared me. And then he says something and then just like fuck off. And i was thinking like was that ken forty and is that really the only little tiny glimpse of him. Then i'm gonna see in this movie because he's kind of a big deal to me and if he played that small of apart i was going to be. He played a huge part. He was the best friend that was down to do anything they would like. Pass a football around the office very aggressively from one foot away. They would like go swimming together. They'd give each other really intense high. Fives like your children under the swimming. Dude it was great like it was. It was the bond that i've always hoped to have with anyone. It was so wholesome it is. It is really really wholesome. They're they're great friends. Marvin dude they were the. They weren't great friends. They were the best of friends this movie this like. There's a lot of relationships. There's a lot of like crossing paths. But like i would say that. The bromance of michael and marvin is the best relationship in the film. Do you remember when spongebob said for friends. That do stuff together at this for you and me like oh my god. That never hit so hard until i watched deaths ball. Yes like i. I realized today. This was spitting mad facts like just all. The real news was bursting out of him. That's true friendship guy. Oh my god so if you will find it one day dude. I i hope so james until that i have getting drunk and watching weird vampire movies with you. This come over to my place in the summertime and we'll we'll wrestle in the pool together it'll be quite what will go swimming in your below three degree weather with your said summertime assist. We're gonna swim in your snow. A said summertime. The fuck we do. There's a lot of snow out there right now. What football am i gonna pass to you wearing. I'm wearing seven jackets. i i would. I actually think the mental image of uh throwing a football as kind of larry dude q. Imagine me and you just sitting down there in your room filled with like five hundred. Vhs tapes just throwing a football at each other real as hard as we can. But we're signed were smile. Ill aggressively happy. We are aggressively happy and enjoying each of what would we actually be passing or maybe a frisbee is more like style like that would like be like the image that makes sense a hackie sack but we're not like kicking it. We're just like tossing it. We're just throwing it and we're still like not catching them. We're still missing because we have no hand eye coordination balloons. Maybe like alone. We have hand eye coordination but together. Imagine being good yeah. I can't imagine that working while we would just be knocking down everything in your basement. Everything everything would be destroyed. We can pass around white claws. Yes we can. Just toss them around and we'll just open them and let it spray all over ourselves at the end and a glorious. Yes quite sticky so we should probably talk about this movie a little bit because honestly there are a lot of points to hit. Yeah like. I feel like this. This could be a short episode but it could. It could venture off very easily because a lot happens. It's a it's it's quite a complicated film. It is not easy necessarily. it's easy to enjoy. It's not super easy to comprehend. Here's a question. How ascribe this movie in three words. Because i don't know that that could be done. I tand but it will have anything to do with the plot it would just be like eighties fun fun. That doesn't describe it whatsoever. Nobody describes the movie. I don't even think fun. I feel like you could go like stereotypical and you can go. Like okay. eighties death sparked. You could just fucking put the title in but like this movie is so much more like while we're watching it. I was like okay for a movie with the title. Like deaths ball. You know you either get something like really amazing or something just terrible. That's not hitting anything. But this hits everything and so much more. And i feel like i can't put this movie into any one category. It is a movie. it is a slasher. It is fucking psychological thriller like is it is. It is late. It's like robots gonna among gone amok yearling. james. Shut the fuck up. It is sifi okay. Shirley for the reason that their computers affixed into every wall every pin board readily available always a computer in the wall. The okay the wall is one thing that's fine. I could let that pass for the first time i see it. There is a fucking computer in a pin board like one. It is like up cork leg. Yes what is up with bike with the little fabric covering it that you see them like a office like a dentist office. Whose idea was this. I don't know why in nineteen eighty nine. They thought we can make things. Look really sleek and like cutting edge if we just shove the whole. Crt monitor inside of a box. It was easily the worst looking thing i've ever seen in my life. I loved it. I was there for it but it looks like the terminals in like the original series star trek but that came out in the sixties where we still doing that and make things look lake. Fancy all speaking of star trek. Maybe they took it because Merab you trick are but rick He is probably not pronounced. Butterick is a by rick. I'm sure that's it. I guess if there's one t it's beauty so mayor beautiful. He was actually an star trek to the wrath of khan from nineteen the wrath of con trick. Three the search for spark. Oh that one's star trek the next generation. Oh he's in some some next gen stuff. He is but He actually passed in nineteen thousand nine and this was his last film ever really bold role at the end of your life. Shrimp because this guy he died of aids so it definitely wasn't something super expected like he. He knew in in the eight late eighties. Early eighties will what he was going for it. He knew his. I'm sure he knew his time was his days were numbered. That's the ongoing for. Yeah i mean it's sad. It's really it's it's it's shitty it should either. That happened as often as it did. In that era But you know here's to better sex education and presentation of things like that. Yeah not even just aids isn't really a thing anymore. I mean you get like three eight a year. now you love. You can't laugh at that. You laugh at that i can laugh. It's the to last year. I didn't say let me check my tax any specific person. it's a guestimation is just. It's a scientific. Guests are so scientific. Some my call it hypothesis. It's proven theorem on factors of maybe joe rogan on fear factor. That makes sense. That makes sense information from joe rogan. Now and i'm caught up to speed. Were good like so guys. Have you ever tried d. M. t. 'cause i did gmt once and then. My chicken has farm fresh eggs. Tm t same thing tnt. A t and t once and you know what happened. I blew up like every fucking person. In-depth spa there are some amazing human explosions in depth spa. Not even just there are some amazing human explosions and death spot. There's a lot of them would not gonna stop saying i can't play this game. A look guys. It's not plethora it's plus for you fucks you know someone else tried to correct me the other day. They're like its plethora. And i said no zora literally sounds like a body part it is. It's like a thug. I had to get my plethora removed. We'll do the other day. I took some sugar pills. And i got a plethora fact from it. I thought i felt good but actually well. No i did feel good. It was the plethora affect was the plethora. Your movie thawra fact. It's about like all those roads leading to different outcomes. Yeah fucking ashton kutcher and he kills himself with a strangled himself in the womb or whatever it was really good but anyway mr mr barak. He played this This person at first They tried playing off. They're like get this fucking cross-dresser he's on the road and he's killing people and then we're like okay so it psycho and then we're like right so that's cool and then we're like wait. No there's a ghost around than james like no. No there isn't a ghost james. There's a ghost and she's out katherine his out here possessing people. That's kind of what you were saying of. How like this. It is constantly jumping in trying to like. I don't know if it's trying to trick. You urge like never lets you know exactly witch eighties lake trope. That actually is i got it. What the red herrings are on flake. Yes because it's like. Is this shopping mall and this super sophisticated spa. That's run by a computer is just like gaining gaining self sunshines and killing people or is it jason king doing coke. Yes yes is it is it. Maximum overdrive is it shopping. Mall is it like a slasher movie and the guy the butterick is like actual lead doing all of these things to people on purpose. Like maybe he's utilizing the spies a weapon but like he's the one behind it all or is it fucking ghost like it's it's it's so many options here and all of them are possible. The answer is goes the answer is is a ghost yes it is a ghost which is baffling you. Do not expect a ghost in something called death spot. that was the last doing. I expected a ghost with like possession. Capability like what. I expected was what happened like in the beginning of the movie. Like there's this girl that goes into a steam room and she starts like rubbing herself in the most flattering manner possible like. She looks amazing. The camera is doing justice but she are in need the justice but she got it she's going off and then she almost turned into steam broccoli but she actually does a bad ass moving punches the window open like a real bad bitch escapes but then we see some random bitch on fire in a wheelchair and we're like wait. Who's on fire. Yeah that's the ghost is. The ghost is on fire as the ghost. We don't learn that for a while they keep showing this girl like burning more and more like it. The first time we saw her it looked brutal and then every time we saw her it was just more and more fucked up. We're like oh that. Got it. And i mean i feel like that's probably a pretty heavy line to cross at the time of not only like setting this woman on fire but also she's in a wheelchair and then it goes farther and we found out that she killed herself. She's at her cell phone fire. She dumps gasoline all over herself while she's in a wheelchair like it's pretty fucking brutal like if i'm being honest well any gets more. I'd say because after we find out she killed herself. She comes back as a ghost and she's like just harassing this guy. She's like fucking kill yourself. kill yourself. yeah she literally at one like she says like oh i would just want you to be here with me or whatever and like i was like led to believe that it's like oh don't lake have another relationship like be with this ghost and then she's like it's really not that hard to kill yourself like what the fuck are you asking here lady lead. Dude this cry. I wrote that part down because it blew me away. Like michael's like and michael the main dude. He's talking to the ghost check like we're getting way ahead of ourselves right now but it's fine. Michael owns the the spa. I feel like we need to. At least we'll get back around to it but for now. Michael owns the spa. And he's the dead wife and at one point she's like haven't you seen my messages. You keep sending him shit. That's like miss you michael and then like a one point is just like i miss you. Michael i miss you michael. Msu michael. so i'm like all right bitch we get the fucking picture. It's like when you're getting in an argument with your girlfriend over text message and they send you like some long ass. Thing is just her going. I miss you. I miss you. I miss you says this is a classic tale of never met never met. I'm not gonna go ahead okay. So and then he goes. Have you seen my messages. And she's like i'm lonely. I want you with me. Killing yourself isn't so hard. And i'm like oh you jumped ahead like steps there. Catherine basho did that was fucking. I think the definition jumping the gun like that that term. It came from that line right then in there. Yeah yeah right so fucking insane dude. It's yeah i mean she was frightening. Do you always frightened to me. I think the driving plot of this movie. Like the driving factor of all this. The fear factor to me is the to creeps sitting inside of the mainframe of the facility just controlling the speed of the running machines like not even the fact that they control everything but the running machines in general. I know man. That's super weird. Maybe i'm under the impression that i should control that myself and no one else but i thought that was a problem. Feel like that should be a safety precaution. Right like they're just sitting in the control room laughing they like speed this up a little more punk. Yeah but that was like this weird thing too because that later makes a comment about like stupid jocks or something. So he's like the nerdy guy who like built the computer system and then he like gets his jollies off alike. You know doing things that could be harmed harmful to these people at the gym. Actually them and you're just like you got yours. I've seen so many movies of people just like someone else. Walking by someone's running machine like their treadmill and turning up the speed for them and then it project x the fat guy in project x that was on bang bus. He's running on a treadmill trying to prepare for the party and then his friend walks by his. You gotta go faster. Lose the weight right now. And he turns up. The dude falls ause face. Like that is a safety precaution. Yes it's an issue. I will say that while. I mean on unreal treadmills. You have like little Stop tagged you like what. Yeah yeah so whenever you like fall it just comes off as a kid. I used to do that all the time. I would get on the treadmill and i turn to the max setting just running and i was like all right like if it really gets to. That will just pull it off and those a few times. I almost slammed my face. But i am a treadmill professional. That would never happen to me. You're the best treadmill list. Dude i will go i will. I will battle anyone on mill. I swear to god. I'll do it. I actually one time on mill avenue battle. One time on mill avenue and arizona. I was partying with my friends. And then she got really drunk. And i had to battle her back to the car. Mill fight dude. She was fucking she was done. We build it up baby using a mill out deity. No amount here melon. With my peeps and marlboros. My crew is out here on Miller highlights millan lego villain. You know how. I'll be a. Hey everything that's happening i. Can we never do that again. Thank you okay. We're gonna to this every single time. So a million out dude. And you know miller the max i'm done i'm done so mr mr butterick is introduction is when michael goes. My former. brother-in-law handles everything they're like. Why former and he's like my wife is dead. I just love all of these blanket statements just just so blunts and leg there. It is cuts the story. Honestly though it's like it's like when i was in middle school and people would make your mom jokes. it'd be like my mom does. Heroin has dislike. Just kind of how you have to like. Cushion it you know. That's cushioning it. They're like yo mama so fat. I'm like she's skinny meth. That's how you turn the joke you know. Now it's why did they did make me think about that for a second though. I never thought. I mean i i. It's it's true. I'm not saying that it's not true. I've just never thought of turning. Yeah of just that like obviously if you get divorced you would say like you know. Let's my former brother in law or my brother-in-law or some no. It's not. it's not like that. It's based off of whether or not they're cool. It is though right like if they were cool. You'd be like oh. Yeah that's my brother-in-law like i. Yeah if they're not going to be like yes. My fucking former brother-in-law like you've been waiting for that to happen I really wonder though if anyone actually feels that way about a brother-in-law. I know that it's like kind of a trope of lake. The wife being like. Oh you should hang out with my brother. More or whatever. And i've been in situations. Can my parents come over and stay for the weekend. I just think the lake. I i would be surprised to find brother-in-law's that actually do more than just tolerate each other. I've never seen a situation where they could actually be friends. I got one there frenemies though Tricia paid us and ethan klein. Tricia is now dating. Yale is brother and they're getting married so they're going to be brother-in-law sister-in-law and they're still going to hang out. Oh shit look at that but they also hate each other sometimes but i think they look though they love each other a lot. I'm just saying like there's there's no brother-in-law relationship as good as lake. Michael and marvin. You know wait. That's not his brother-in-law. No it's not that's what you mean. There's no release for like okay. What about what about if okay. I'm a person. I have a best friend. I think he's really cool. But then i'm like what would it be like to fuck the female version of him. So i'm marry his sister. Because i wanna fuck but as a girl and then now. He's my brother-in-law but he's still my homie. I mean hopefully that works out. I don't think it will. I think he's going to be very mad. That i'm specifically marrying his sister to marry him but with boobs. I don't know there's there's some people might be cool that maybe he can hop into okay. That's what it. Oh that's where we lose it. The dead milland with my homie l. gavel. So it's not working out. Well right now do that would have been the perfect place to the cavalier. Do you made a judgment. Call judge judge. Caleb has decided that is where it's too far all rise. You cannot fuck your friend and his sister at the same time just one or the other not something we can even talk about the podcasts ads. It's it's too much it's my call. Ma'am i'm going to get a gavel soon. Delaware own one. I'll get. I'm excited about it. I'll get more. It's all right all the gals. It's okay any anyone listening. If you want to help support the gavel please donate a gavel. That's all i have to say about it. Just do it. I really hope that late. Every person who's ever subscribed to on sends you a gasol view boxer. I got rid of it because no one was sending stuff. One thing. it's right it's right there. It's right behind me so i spent. I spent thirty bucks for that. But i will say that i will say that i would have spent thirty bucks on that because it's really cool at its custom. So thank you jack. That is really cool. It's like hand-drawn. It's bitten but in terms of having a po box for people who send things it went terribly. And i will. Not i love it. I love it. If you got like a hundred gavels. Well i still have the key for the po box and one time. I went to see if the key work. Do they change it or what they do. They definitely don't change it. I thought like maybe there's old male. So i guess i like if you send mail to someone else's po box. I still have the key. Haven't said anything to me about like deposit or something. So i think i'm good so guys. They got a po. Box send gavels. Send me some gals guys. But then i guess i might run into issues with the gavel not fitting the sense. Small gavels guys. Because i can't go to the front desk now and ask for it because the no then no no but for now. Send gavels send gavels. That's my thing So like they also like when they're controlling these treadmills they make a comment about not being able to control like the dumbbells. Because they're like. I wanna make that heavier to kill this guy and then later screw star turning and for a long time. I could not figure out where the screws returning. I really thought it was going to overdrive. But i guess now in hindsight. That's just the ghost. That was the ghost and there which is kinda stupid but the ghost causing a lot of insurance issues for michael that her actual game. Yeah i don't know why that is happening. Because i know we know why. She's fucking with the blind girl which we haven't even mentioned that there is a blind girl i guess we'll get laura or lauren which also the movie turned very toxic. Avenger for a while with like absurd things that you're doing with a blind person like as in things that you cannot do with a blind person. You're doing them. You're doing those things with them and they're very happy about it and you're very happy about it and there's no issues in the world. I mean i'm not saying the blind people can't wear clothes but at one point like the first thing that does is by her leg like a fancy top or something like shows her opening it and like picking it up and like holding it in front of her face. And it's like this. You don't know what a look like well. What about her sucking on the asparagus. This would she think that was i. Forget the girl that almost like okay so let me explain the blind girl. She's the one that almost got turned into steam broccoli and then all of a sudden she's stuck she sucking on steamed asparagus. And i was like holt. Wait let's bring this back is that is that foreshadowing is that what foreshadowing is because the opposite a foreshadowing. Maybe i don't know. I don't know man but she's really getting in on that asparagus like she was having a great time like she was given it. The little like tip of the tongue lickin everything. They definitely Had heard try to make eating phallic shaped asparagus central which was odd because it still asparagus. This whole movie is so sexual. There is the dick on the wall. The art piece of dick on the wall. There is the asparagus. And there's also this shot where marvin just walks up next. Michael and is just focused on his dick and nothing else baggage the whole time. I don't know what it's like you see i. I would love it if that was an accidental thing. They were like. Oh we didn't notice. Marvin was in the show. And they're like keep. It just tossed like some asparagus sucking scenes in and then like a dick on the wall. And that'll seem like we're trying to make a message and marvin just like you know just mellon about does melon. It up baby. You know what it is. Can we stop saying mill like plano. I've never actually stop saying milk because every time you say it. I'm going to be like dude and i'm gonna hit every time i i don't i actually don't like it militia miladin. Who's the guy on simpson's what what's his name. Milton miller milton. Yes is that. Actually his name is it. Melton i believe so shit won't the glasses and the like blue hair whatever. Ask so shout to milton. Yeah what a what a good guy. He's not like his character doesn't have like a little catchphrase or something that he says. It's melton guys militant up over here bill in it up up on milton lane. He has his own land. I love that Yeah yeah so What about that. Line i'm beta your vhs. Oh it's gonna give that god okay. So there's this guy and he is on workout machine and he's lifted some weights and this chick while system i would i would venture to say. Most of the people in this film would be considered a specially beautiful time to be attractive. Humans like pretty much everyone like. Also there's a lyles females like like. They're all attractive people right. I don't know. I feel like a misogynist because every female that i saw this movie was naked. So i- objectively that. They were all gorgeous. Well anyway this girl. Who i think is is the one who ends up. I think it's the same one who dresses a be. Be at the halloween party later. Also there's alouine party in this. Yes oh okay. I still have read over on the shelf over here. I forgot i bought you the b-movie it's on the shelf senate to meet you. Send it to me anonymously. What was the what was the name on it. I can't remember. I just got it and i was like where the fuck did this come. Well it didn't take. You didn't even ask me where it came from. You just tagged me something you like. I don't want the movie. I just assumed it was you. Well i mean it's a good assumption. But how do you know me. I didn't i. Didn't i well just so you know guys. If you become good friends with me. I might just send you the b-movie so it's dresses the be later. Think then she is like kinda hidden on this guy a little bit. Just like casual flirty conversation. He you like she's like. Hey maybe we could do something later. And he's straight up goes. Nah kazan beta and your vhs. Speaking of vhs. I'm gonna get someone to make a vhs copy of b-movie movie and i'm going to send you the b movie on v. h. s. and then like forever like birthday or anything else you have to send you a different variation of the b movie. I'm going to get like a comic book made. Yes i love and is going to get the be moving over and over again. And actually i'm also going to audit you if you don't watch it all always i will. I'll dedicate a wall in the basement to just all my be movie merchandise. I will get you a cardboard. Vhs shelf hardboard shelf like to display. Play yes yes for all of your money with the b leg leaning against it exactly a life size so it's going to be like that big is gonna be really small. He's gonna be there. He's going to be standing right there on the edge. Oh my god. Does anyone know where the funny thing about the. I'm paid your. Vhs blind is obviously at the time that this movie was made that was him saying lake. I'm blu ray your dvd. The problem is now joe. Rogan exists the alpha male exists. What's the new one. There's a stigma male or the sick the sigma mail it would be sigma. That is aid. That is agreed. Sigler greek letters but the funny thing about it is that in history if you go back and look at it now. Beta tapes lost the battle between data vhs. So he's kinda just shitting on himself. Maybe that maybe they knew they may have known. I mean it was eighty nine. It would have been like kind of the turn of all that happening. So maybe they knew me of new which is great because she seemed great. She's very beautiful and seemed like a fine person and he's being a total tool bag so anything to make him look worse. I'm okay with. She seemed like a real catch. Real cat a real be real real space. Real law ball on e. bay into the mid catch Yeah voice what about that. There's two blender scenes in this movie which i feel like is like asking a lot of a movie. You know like you could ask for one blender scene but it gave us too. I'm confused us. Hell about the blunder. i don't understand. They made no sense. I mean she puts her hands completely in it and then like she gets filled with tomato. She's like It's just tomato. Not blood and i'm like wait. Your hand was in that blender like at the bottom of it. I don't get it. I don't get it. I do get it like in terms of me as an audience member. They dubbed the blender sound and that she just shook the blender. But i don't get how they're trying to pass it off. Yeah i just i. I don't know how she could've physically done that without actually injuring herself. Especially whenever we see later someone does get basically eaten by the blender dude and then there's some the same person that was the honey girl. It was the same girl. Yeah oh okay. So callback cool. Yep well yeah she gets destroyed by a blender and then this fat guy who's just eating food in every single scene like pulls over goddamn. He's actually not even that fat like he's a big guy but he's not that he's just eating all the time and then he sees the blender girl like getting blundered and he acts as fucking ass off he screamed more than anyone has ever screamed in their life. You know what he he might deserve a screen king award like he went for like not only was he like really out there. I actually think that his screams were very believable. Even in terms of a wacky movie did not give a shit about roles continuity or anything else. He was right good at what he was hired to do. No i thought it was fantastic. I don't think he's acting. Was that good anything else. Any other part of him was. It was really bad when he was getting frightened. He killed it dude. He was like okay. I'm gonna die. Bet i'm gonna fucking die. That will actually. I guess he didn't die immediately but he did get you know what else movie was john. Carpenter's the fog. How when he was done trying to save her from the blender just standing around and he's like okay. i'm alone. all the sudden fog comes out of the fucking of the freezer. The walking grabs him. It's not just like some some some cold breath or something. The fog comes out grabs him and throws him into the freezer and then frozen fish attack him. Yes they do. I forgot i forgot. This is where the movie in some people's opinion probably jumped the shark. But i fucking loved every minute of dude when those fish came to life and you could still see the freezer burn on them and one of them is actually like. You saw a fucking japanese guy skinning officially and like cutting it up like in the body and one of them was still frozen with his body all cut up. I think it was the same one and then it came to life missing half of its body and fucking eight. this guy. they weren't piranhas. Either i will say that much knows. It's it's a fish that you eat. I don't know a gar- isn't that what it was. I don't know man those real ugly ones. it's flounder. i dunno trout. It's all it's all the same thing to me dude. It's all it's all fish would if they got like a fish from like the really far down in the ocean was that called the the deep dark sea those ones that like have terrifying is and like giant flame anglerfish dude angle with the with the little glowing thing due to anger. Officials are honestly like you can convince me like i love creepy shit and i love weird shit. I even love weird animals but you cannot convince me that that is not made by. Satan's dick himself. I are you fucking kidding. Me dude. satan didn't get satan's dig dude eights. They are insane. They have a they have. Is that what satan ejaculates is. Just a bunch of fucking anglerfish. Well they have light bulbs coming out of their foreheads. You think he's not doing that. You fucking kidding me. Those things like their fangs. What's do that's a mall. They should not be real like really. I honestly they really should not exist. The fact that they exist in this world is why. I know that there is a say in out there. The devil exists and he's making anglerfish proof that there's a l anglerfish fuck fuck spiders snakes. You guys are scared of things. You kidding me. Have you seen this bitch. Anglerfish are absolutely terrifying. You're you're not wrong at like. Get the fuck away from if anyone ever was like. Hey you wanna pet my anglerfish. I'd say yes. But i'd be terrified. I would act. I would probably put their light bulb. Do you think that it's like they just pound. You like immediately if you did that. I think so is pound the right word for that back to us steam room so we go to this steam room and we see just about every pair of boobs in the movie. I guess in the area but just repair boobs in the world and confirmed every ass which i will say. Okay guys a million times. You've heard this theory for me. They don't put butts in movies until like two thousand fourteen at least and then in this movie there is a slice of cake as far as the is can see it's everywhere they're they're all doing. Great yeah but then again they were porn stars so i guess that's the difference. Yeah there's only good butts in movies if they are porn stars before two thousand fourteen otherwise they just didn't exist you know like i guess there's have that but category so maybe the director was like i am not with hollywood on this. I guess not a good theory that about theory. Not fun okay. I'll take my theory. I'll take my theory. Can you imagine being a scientist and go. Yeah i'll take my theory. Sounds hypothetical enough enough. So steam room see a lot of boobs. Lot of butts and then the steamer start shooting many tiles and like spraying shit everywhere. Yeah this is one of those things where it's just getting fucking weird cadillac. The the bolts coming loose on the diving board. Just how is this possible. what's happening. None of this makes any sense but again not the weirdest thing in the scene because after the girls get out they agree to a free three month membership to this gym. That shooting tiles at them the yes. They should have been absolutely terrified and traumatized. also i just. I was gonna bring this jane moment but yeah but in response to them getting a free three month membership. They also offer their cheeks in return like they're getting something free and then they're like. Hey you wanna clap but cheeks later. That's i bring up in the moment. Lake fucking michael. He's like oh. I'm so sorry about the shower. I'm going to give you guys. I extend your membership by three months free of charge. And then he says you can drop by the office tomorrow or whatever and i'll take care of you and it's like wait. Why do they need to be there for you to extend their membership by three months free of charge and then they immediately jump right onboard. His invitation like you really think you can handle both of us and it's like way. How did we just jump to fucking so quick again. I feel like we missed the step somewhere. I don't know man. I mean today. A company called me at work. And i told them to keep my money and they said no. No no you take it bitch so you never know what's gonna happen in this world. You never know. I guess in you know the eighties at at a gym and when everyone's hot they just it's not easy and and that's just how it works. I didn't. I didn't get to experience that i was not alive at the time. Nor would i have been attractive enough. So i don't know wasn't my life. I don't know what else i guess. That's just a thing this guy working out with a workout machine and it just tears his rips shreds. I love and hate this kill i love in. Hey it's awesome. I hate fucking. He's doing what isn't that called a presser butterfly butterfly curl. Is that what it is or something like back forward. Yeah i think it's called a butterfly girl and lake the way those machines work like at your resting place which is the arms kind of slightly behind you. It's not it's that's that's where it just sits naturally and then as you push forward you are lifting the weights and for some reason when the computer decides crank the weight up it just cracks his arms back whenever it would just hit the bottom. It wouldn't keep going back like there's it stops. Its it doesn't make sense for to keep going backwards warehouse error but anyway i guess they go back far enough that his ribcage just like fucking pops out of his body that was very odd and then what we'd transition to after that that happens and we just see the blind girl for the first time. We're like okay. So she's blind. Now that's when she does phallic experiment thing and then all that but then the guy michael. He's like come and move in with me and she's like only under one condition that i can swing by my house and pick up my it sent me on a fucking ride. I was like wait. You're one can get your item. Spa is the spa. She just getting stuff out of her back to the spot. Dinner shit out of her locker. She got really steam also. She's blind but she knows how to get in her locker and knows exactly where yet. That's all. I would be fine with that if she was blind for a while. But i'm like girl you've been blind for all of five minutes. You do not know how to function that well yet right exactly like you have to go through. I'm sure some kind of like. I ball walk therapy or something. You have to do something. That's not what you're doing eyeball walk in the fucking dictionary. Hope you piece of shit dude. Are you fucking kidding me. So the man of the movie michael. He says that The ghost of his wife this herself on fire in a wheelchair is haunting him sending him. I miss you messages computer. James seems to think that he's being ski. But i think that his story follows i. I was just saying that like it's it's a real good story to like. It's a real good cover up. Be like oh. I don't know how that got on. There must have been the ghost of my dead wife. Is the plaza plaza. I mean to be fair. I've used that once or twice. Not when gobbling in said in said lucrative acts. No we've all we anyone who's listened to more than two or three episodes of horror soup or knows like you don't even use a fuck in incognito browser or anything like your fucking histories up for grabs a good point. There is one episode of dog show. I did once. We're looking at porn and viruses. Just start popping up on my screen real time like i was recording my screen and everyone to solve viruses popping up on my screen. I was like oh shit. That's not good keep going. No there's one time to those requiring episode with my friend. Buckley and i'm trying to look something up on my phone and i pull up like my tablet is shows like recently viewed as like talk about that giant point. Banner right there. And i was like why would i don't know it just sounds like such a stupid fucking question to me. Why would we would we talk about. We talk about your right. You are right though in the fact that like fucking who cares lake lake. Yeah you look you look pornhub do like fucking basically everyone does like get over it. What am i gonna do clear by history. You fucking idiot. Grew the fuck up. I have my own devices. Like i don. I hope this phone from my mom get me. I'm not worried about anyone looking at it. I i guess. I should be more worried as someone who got broken up with once over a porn. Add really. don't tell you that no we'll blake in the middle of the night and like my ex girlfriend is sitting criss crossing my bed. She just looks past. And i'm like okay while you up at three in the morning and then she has my phone in front of her. And i'm like okay. Well i wasn't worried. Because i'm like i have nothing to hide. So what ever like. She literally new. My password and my phone was always locks like all right. Well what is the issue and she was like this and as you turns around she shows me porn. Add like just like the pop ups pop up when you click on a video. And then i started busting up laughing like i was uncontrollably laughing and she was crying and then i was like okay so maybe this i guess this is serious. I was like wait. You're for real. She was like yeah. And then we got another fight the next morning and we broke up big youth. My guy i would say bullet dodged my friend will now the point hub tab stays there. Does that don't know questions. I mean i guess i guess my issue back then. Was that the point. Hope how tab stayed. But i mean i'm i'm fighting. Two wrongs with a wrong the tab stayed and she did she did not and now my tabs continually stays always. Because i'm single. Because i don't have sex god and when i do it's terrible that's my motto. Let's that's the that's the motto. That i made right now. That's a great way to live your life. Why is there an old guy with a with a electric wand that like he just. He sees the world with his magic wand shoot. We haven't even talked about the parapsychologist yet. Hold our calling him calling him one guy. That's the way he called himself. Or i guess that's what michael called him. He's like by the way it went to see a parapsychologist would just a fancy way of saying like fucking ghost hunter. Yeah i'm gonna call him one guy one guy again where like what. The fuck is with the technology at this movie. He's got this crazy fucking leg light up one attached to a briefcase and he just waves it around learn. Share is a lot to this technology. There's more to this job than things that go beep in buzz. I actually wrote that on my resume. After watching this movie you should you should. That's that's you put on your resume. There's a section for order suit and you talk about the things that you do. You say there's a lot to this technology. There's a lot more to this job than just beeps and buzzfeed. I beep in buzz but there's a lot more going on under this table. I can tell you that much. Okay i can tell you that. Much fucking love. And then it transitioned again after this guy into some growth is just running around and she like bashes her head on the floor like on the pavement. I don't even know what was happening to her. She's like in some tunnel and then she's all the sudden in the pouring rain and then we deaf this when we were. I like okay. That is a ghost that we're seeing that is a translucent person. She's not in the pouring rain. It's like the Sprinklers and it's like the sprinklers are raining down like acid or some shit. Always at the chlorine that wasn't the chlorine chlorine is what happened to the first girl that went blah. Okay so they put chlorine a steam room so what was coming out of the sprinklers. More chlorine had to have been more chlorine right. I guess just more intense for just straight believes. It didn't just didn't maybe believe it didn't make her blind and starts melting your skin on dude she was foaming at the eyeball. She really was insane and then she doesn't die then but then she gets found in a little bit completely melted. She actually looks like yeah. I'll may every killing this look great retract. It looks like street journal does it has melted person. A homeless person will maybe may. Maybe she had a home. I don't know. I don't know man And then the brother-in-laws can afford those leads. Oh good point and the brother in law. He's just kind of like at the house with a blind girl now. And he's being a giant red herring because he just swaying a screwdriver at her but she's fine. Yeah he's being super weird. espn weird. But i guess that was the the setup to his possession. Maybe he just weird and a maybe was already getting possessed. Also like maybe. It's like a slow process. I did find out at one point that him and catherine the check the set herself on fire or twins too so i guess they have an extra bond yes which is apparently why she's able to inhabit his body somehow. Okay well that's fine She pops up again. And i know if she already possessed him at this time. I think she did but she finds the bald guy. The parrot sai what a guest and she throws him in the air he goes through a window falls back down on the ground thought he was dead. He's not dead and then he tries to shoot a gun at her and she makes his gun explode and just blows his hand off his and explode. There's a gun who's in pulses hands just shrapnel everywhere. It's amazing it's amazing. It's clearly like plaster like when they cut to it and it just explodes and it's fucking you could tell. There wasn't a trace of an actual person anywhere near the explosion right. It was very much just a hand floating in the air being plotted. Yeah i loved it and then she ends it by just throwing him across the room again. Yup remind me of those good old grandma chuckles from back in the day. Okay and then. Michael is having dreams about his dead wife you know. She's just like go go. Do it jump off a building like she's just running around this whole movie going. Kill yourself kill yourself dude. Michael michael's a version of a going such with his hot wife. As i'm glad a nightmare but my dead wife it's like it's like freddy krueger. If he was running around going kill yourself bitch insane but he's also doing it in like in real life too and in his dreams. Yeah yeah yeah and then Michael get super close to what some other guy at one point. I don't know who it is just something. That looks like him and he like get so close to him like he's about to make out with him and he's like i really have a nice day while he's wearing this jacket with no shirt with all his chest. Hair hanging out that this is the weirdest thing. There's like a little subplot throughout the movie as well. He's gay about like his partners in the business are like trying to like force him out every time your wife in a wheelchair such self on fire you get the gay. Oh okay well. Yeah i mean there was definitely some Like homosexual tension between michael at. I believe his name was robert. Their faces were just shockingly close without kissing i. I don't know how they didn't kiss. I wanted them. I expected it at this point. It's like in lifespan. Win fucking when fucking that. Bald guy kisses someone. Yeah and look at. They know what. I'm talking about their like that bald guy he did. No he didn't so the subplot of the movie were like it's like an eighty. It's again like another eighty s trope of almost like eighties. Kids movies of like the bad guys trying to take over the business or whatever you know. I just don't understand why that was part of the film or any of that that plotline like just didn't make sense to me at all while it existed didn't make sense either But it leads us to a moment that we see later. That is very important that i know you have written down about the guy in the skeleton costume. Which was this same guy that almost got kissed by the way all that was him. Okay yes i figured. You didn't realize no. No they all everyone that has asserted haircut in the eighties. Looks like the same person on me like i. I seem no difference. You're right because both of those guys kind of look like the dude who died on the the butterflied wing thing. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah they all say have that same thing going. If i watched this and killer workout back to back. I would think that every single person in both movies was the same guy yet with the exception of one blonde person. It's the same. And then mr butterick he starts turning into katherine and he started having like some delusions and he's literally screaming like it's kind of like remember troll to and he's like. Oh my god like that. That scene where he's just screaming. No it's exactly like that. Except he goes like no no no like he brings it back a second time and then we moved back over to michael and then this marvin dick hops in the picture. I want to say. Just want you guys to know that that was right now and then we get an ap. Be out on david avery. When there's when they're like getting a dave ary Hundred thirty pounds of might psycho drag this motherfucker really says hunt three hundred thirty pounds a hundred thirty and mind you. This is the the the larger detective old luggage episode eating in every shot. It's the one who says anybody on a thirty pound about a thirty pounds dressed. Saigo burst on thirty pounds. Dress like a lady by via saigo. Jilin mercedes all right next one hundred thirty thousand work on track right there like those who are restrained pars for no reason given us step the fuck down so the eighties gym dance party is in full effect. It's actually everything. I wanted in my life like if i i would start going to the gym if they had parties like this dude. I don't understand how a fucking jim is able to have this bitch and of a halloween party. It makes no fucking since no one had anything better to do in nineteen eighty nine. Go to the halloween party. After fucking jim james. Nobody has anything better to do in twenty twenty one than to go to a party at their gym. Like this is williams is closed. What i what i found. Is that apparently. Every gym is open around me really all open so i just. I just assumed they're all closed. I can't imagine their parties. It is just. I wanted it to be my life as what i'm saying me too me too. It was outrageous. And like just fuck in the colors and the costumes. It would have been in the booze it would have been grand the ghost that part. Not when we get confirmation that catherine is in fact a ghost because she pulled to the control room starts turning it off with their hands and then she like goes sucky best mode and starts seducing the control man and then rips his face off but she didn't even really just grabs his face real hard and kills thought. She ripped his face off but she liked turned him into a goal. I think just like crushed his remember. We saw him later remember and then he looked like he looks like only up on one side he did look me was fucking crazy so i guess she has a lot of powers and then okay so she seems to have no fucking limit to her. How you do anything except for survive. She could do anything but survive fucking baffling but then fucking skull trooper. He's hiding from the joker costume in like the what. I'm going to call the plane. A site possible like there is. There's no level of tension in that room. There is no. Hey i'm gonna hide and not be seen. It's i'm going to hide. And i will be seen. This motherfucker is in michael's office like getting like some files based getting files for what for who because they're doing because they're doing this thing where they're trying to kick michael out of the business or whatever like that's what he's doing he's getting like files for something. I dunno to frame him. I don't know man fucking. He leaves his briefcase. That he's putting the files in on top of the goddamn counter. And then just like shuffles behind michael's like computer chair like fucking desk chair. He's just standing behind a desk chair. And you're supposed to make me believe that when michael comes in. He doesn't see a mother fucking skeleton man standing behind his dutch oven. He's moving when he comes in the room. He's still getting behind the desk chair and shuffling stuff and dropping right. He doesn't even move fast. It's like the timing is all him walk over there like the timing is not that okay. What are you doing bud fucking ridiculous. That's all and then he just knocks him out with him staring at him. He's looking at him as he's picking up the thing and he still manages to get knocked out though. Yeah yeah michael sucks is is what i figured michael though. I thought those do look like michael. You share that was him because michael is up and moving like two seconds later you know he gets back. Oh okay cool. That's when he gets wearing joker costume he was wearing. The joker coast gave it to him. Was it the girl from yes she bought. She bought them for the blind girl. That bought though. No i think show bought it for both of them to wear but then the blind girl ended up needing different costume because she had to wear glasses now she couldn't wear the mask and that's why she's like chiquita. Banana lady but with glasses. She chiquita banana getting steamed broccoli. Yes she does not look good. That sounds like it like some kind of fucking like urban dictionary from ism for something. She gets steamed broccoli. I'm gonna make. I mean i already made. I already made the bowling ball. I'll make something else. i can create a new one. It's fine kita banana getting steamed bright mart and then and then this is when the whole killing yourself thing starts going on and then some naked girl starts making out with a guy out of nowhere and then her face just explodes like we also find out that the ghost has the ability to just make a face explode. Yea i don't know why he goes can do heading no relevance they were not a part of the story they were just about to fuck and she's like let me just blow up this face. Yeah you sounded. That's the turkey. Thanks kaelin right now. Yeah you sound like one killing when kristen goes up to the door and she's talking to her dad he's like. Hey you get a haircut. He's like yeah he's pretending to be your fat. That was great. please do that. Those are the people that are in like the sauna right and then the sun starts falling apart around her for whatever reason or are you talking about what happens. Nothing is falling apart around them. They are just about to fuck and his face just explodes while they are making out. There is no reason. I don't even know who either of the people are. Not the girl. Not the guy. But i know that exploded for no reason. Do i have a problem with it. No not at all. It was fucking no. It's great it's great. And that's the thing is like so many times in movies like i kinda in like the over analyzer in a lot of films of like trying to like figure out what the rules of it is and that's the one thing with ghosts movies that i actually really really like is that you can't have rules that you can kind of get away with whatever you want. And in a way some filmmakers use that as a crutch to do really stupid shit but this movie used that as a crutch to just have fucking fun. And i'm find that there's no rules. I'm fine that none of it makes any sense logically. It is just so enjoyable and this is a great example of vet. Hey here's to people about to thug face explosion. Why who cares. It was awesome moving on to the ultimatums honestly not acted. I can't with the only one of the funniest movie lines in history. Just one of the funniest things in history. Because she's still telling him to kill himself and she's like you're going to go the way i did telling him to burn himself in a wheelchair and she's like if you don't you're gonna watch law burn is the blind girl and then he's like okay but let her go first and she's like don't give me alta mehta. Gms kill yourself. But she's like laying on the floor. She's like laying on the floor like doing this. Weird candlelight sucky abyss thing like oh just carriers. I'll go the way i He says let laura though and she sits up straight the fuck up points at him just screams in like this weird demon voice. That's also sounds like her brothers voice at the same time like they layer the to like her voice on her brother's voice. You don't give me tomato james and you said she was doing like that solidifies. Best thing. I was thinking the cowardly dog episode with the guy. That's like standing in for the house and he was like return the slab. Return this lab this lab and then ask you know camille tomato fucking period. You do not give me tomatoes bitch. You're gonna kill yourself or you're gonna kill her. And that's it i just i i did need it. I need that video clip on standby to just send to any human. That i want at any time like i needed. I wholeheartedly agree. I very much agree with that statement. Oh fuck and then so. This girl dressed like a cloud walks to a mirror with a gashed up head and she explodes. She looks in the mirror at herself and just explodes and then the club is on fire this on. I don't know if it was from her explosion. I don't know if they were linked but she explodes and then everything's on fire and then like it's i think it might. The fire was already going on. But then michael is trying to like out the mainframe and he sends some electrical currents into the blind girl which. I don't know what that did i don't if that's like for part two but that happened and it just moves away from her and then we find out that the goes bill. Is the computer just like lawnmower. Man she went in the vr world. And she turned into god. Do you think her monkey friend guys killed. Yeah no she didn't healthcare because that's what set him off. That's what set joe off. Yep yep no. She didn't she didn't have that. It was it. Was michael getting together with laura or lauren. I'm gonna go ahead and say if you kill yourself in a wheelchair. I can date other people. Do no joke. Man bitch was crazy before like. I'm not going to be sad about it but you know what some time passes. I'm gonna feel okay about dating other people. Will they also can set that up as like this weird thing of leg she had some kind of like degenerative disease or whatever and mike over time was like you know like her body was like degenerating. That's why like she ended up being in a wheelchair and stuff and that like she was like jealous of him for like having like taking care of his physical body in like being a jim guy and i was like what is what is this fucking store. She had some problems so she raging she ghost in the machine herself. Yeah dude ghost in the fucking matrix here in the computer in the smell comp bosnia's on fire and then like we just see like five people dislike die because they're just in the and i guess she also controls the locks she liked locks all the doors and then one of the funniest things happen. The blackhawks has just decided. She's had enough of the movie. She's like fuck all this bullshit. She's breaking this door so she shoots the door down and then catherine fucking like gets up like all this dead burnt burnt bitch over here and and she starts getting up then she just fucking shoots her five times in the head. She's like nana sister. You're staying the fuck down dude. You were very close. She does not say fuck all this bullshit she specifically says fuck this computer shit. Which and that's when she started leading also. I feel like as what happened in the end of the lawnmower. Man together man. I'm telling ya lawnmower man just ripped so now fucking bitch is dead. Catherine's dead and that she pops up once more to curse michael and then her eyeball like pops and then like blood squirts out of her like little eyeball socket. It is gloriously discussed so gross. It's a great ending to a fucking great movie. Yup this is awesome. I've yet this. It might be the best movie that have watched with. Yeah i think this might be like one of the funniest movies i've ever watched and it goes by so fast i mean like fright night or in like is really good. We watch that one together but like this movie fucking takes the cake it so my mind. It makes me really sad. That haven't been watching this for years and it's not like a staple like when people ask me like what weird movie should i watch. I'm sad that it hasn't been like this one that had been recommended. Everyone oh yeah. Addison rae dude and thirteen kills of gills and they were all good. I think every. I mean there's like three in there that are just falling from the fire but i'd say ten out of thirteen kills are very well done very brutal and very detailed fucking great. Yeah i mean this will be whenever people are like. Oh you do hormone. Podcast like you scare moves. Lx scary movies like what. What should i watch balk lake. It used you know there was. There was plenty of things that i used to say. The very first thing now will be. Have you seen death spa. If you have we can get into everything else. If you haven't that's the one that's second to crack in my book. One hundred percent out but crack so we also had like at least seven pairs of boobs in this movie tons of asked by the way he was pointing to a dvd. Of but crack. When i said there it is. He wasn't showing is but correct. I just needed to make sure. But i guess you are talking about me. It could be either or it could be wanted cleared up so james. I think we already answered this by. We would both recommend this. This was an awesome movie definitely recommended five dollars. Just ask you what. I i'm going to save five. Yeah yeah five days no downtime. There's something that's not happening. There's so much happening. I wouldn't even be able to think of a different writing. Because i don't have enough time to sit down and be like okay like i can't critique anything everything is happening so fast yeah The only other thing that i would say if you do if you've seen death spot and you liked it a highly recommend the film from nineteen ninety called popcorn kind of has sort of a similar vibe i still think that Deaths spot probably executed it even better. But if you like this kind of thing popcorn's in that same badge. I guess we're going to do that. i'd recommend killer workout. I've covered it before on this show but it's very much in the guise of this movie. It's about pretty much just eighties workout. Shed and there's a dude running around killing people with a safety pin pretty awesome. Which sounds great. I haven't seen this whole lake. This verse is think something need to get into like i needed. Just find all of the hor- workout movies. We need more eighties. Aerobic fucking horror movies talk about the music but the music is always fucking awesome and this like the score was great. It was very terrifying when it needs to be and very fun would james you know. What can we get. Like a richard simmons horror movie fox simmons. You know what time it is james. It's time for a different kind of fuck. It's the let's go. Mary jo so you have katherine fry and eyeball vessel popping. You have the fat guy that's always eating. Always just you know eating food but it's well the frozen fish are eating him. You have me so you do have people but there are some specifications so these people I got this I'll fuck you. Fuck you i'm killing katherine because i don't i don't care she's she's nuts leg. She clearly has been nuts for a very long time. And there is just. There's no reason to stay close to what langey yikes we didn't even talk about. This is cleaning. Maybe the cling maybe the clean b. s. like. I'm talking worse than i mean. That's kind of one carrier tree is doing more than the triple taxed So i suppose i will be marrying The guy who is constantly being eaten by fish you'll try to save your hand ever get stuck in a blender styles back from him you know what yeah it up a creep but before he got bogged bogged so many different movies in this. This this was great guys. Just go watch death spa. that's the most james. Tell them what you're about. Yeah do a little podcast video talk about a horror movies but also like paranormal shit. Whatever you can find it where we find. Podcast on instagram and stuff just The night shifter's we make a lot of different things. So that's the easiest place. That'll that's go. Yeah go check out that stuff. Go check out that stuff out and Pretty soon me. And james decide that we're going to be Going back to suck blood for some Extra episode or just going to update it whenever want. We're gonna be watching some twilight zone. Or not actual twilight sparkle vampires. It's better so we're gonna be watching some sparkly vampires pretty soon. So if you want to share that we do together all suck your blood Go check that out and As always for the horse soup stuff you know. I do a bonus movie episodes like we did me james just did that movie psycho gorman recently on patriae on a do a twilight zone episode. Attention crypt episode. Every month. i do like commentaries bunch of other. shed You can find merge on some of the tears and is like guys if you're out of horse who episodes just go the patriot and there's like ninety episodes or something on there that you could fill your gap with and Yeah that's patriot. Dot com slash. Four soup You could follow the podcast on instagram horse. Soup twitter horse soup. Sucks a my letterbox. Doing movie reviews at a horseshoe. Caleb and it's really all after say right now Still shirts because one of buy shirts. I've old church of a host. That's on the show anymore Thank you haley. 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While you are waiting
"Hi everyone this is tammy on are worthy worth it. In priceless in today's podcast. Steidl while you're waiting. I know for a lot of us. Waiting on god is hard. Especially if you're impatient. I am super inpatient and Now i realized that. Maybe god working on me. But i'm telling you hey slow drivers a hey like slow in all that stuff and i know that god is working on me on certain on some of those things but it does it make it easier late usually like if you know the outcome you could go through certain things a little bit easier so just say if you're making a cake and you put it in an oven. You know that once is over. You have a beautiful kate. But sometimes if you're like super hungry you don't want to wait for the cake to be done and best thing sometimes with us more waiting on god and we want got to do something that he promised. We're waiting for our life to change and it just seems like everything is just getting worse and worse. And what i wanna give you. Encouragement to do is not become bitter. Not become to the point. Where you get angry at god and i i know that this sometimes the first thing is we get a heart and heart and all these things but the one thing that we have to realize is that god is developing us while we are waiting. I know that for me is like every day or every week is like there's another lesson best learned and i might man. I'm glad got the in. Take me out of my waiting period too early before i got this lesson because imagine you getting to the next level where you were guys promises in you can't really sustain a or your mind isn't right. I remember when. I moved down to georgia even three months. But i was in my mind. I was going on there to live. My issue was my work in false. Wasn't done so what happened is i was. My body was in bainbridge. But i was basically calling. Erica falls all the time. And so i was. Basically my mind was in agra falls. My body was in bainbridge. And a lot of things that i could possibly accomplish. I couldn't do it in bainbridge. Because they didn't have all the same things so just say they didn't have a sally's or something. I think sally's was somewhere far. They're off. I didn't drive at the time and then just say joanne's and stuff like that. I normally go to regularly nagara falls. I couldn't do those things. And bainbridge and i wasn't ready and my mind wasn't fully there so what i'm saying. That is that a lot of times. We want to take somewhere. But we're not fully ready to basically experience and enjoy that part just like another example. Just save your putting a cake or whatever in the oven if you take it out too early. What happens it. Usually falls is now fully done. Why because everything and is not developed and thus the encouragement. That i wanna give you. I know that it's hard to wait. I know that is hard. I'm going to say anything right now and you have no idea how like it was so hard for me like earlier this week on my my goodness like you. I mean they lie. My seems like my life is somewhat in a routine getting up in the morning. Getting my daughter to my mom's house so she can watch. While i go to work and then go picking her up and get ready for school. It just seems like a psycho or routine but the thing about it is. Whatever i'm doing right now is getting me prepared for what's next and there's certain characteristics or that i might have that needs to be worked out before i get to the next level and although even in your life you might feel the same way you feel like a hamster on a wheel and it seems like it's never ending but god is developing you just like how it is in the cake that we were talking about it in the oven. I forever come together. It has to bake properly or be there in hiding for a while and so while you are in hiding just like the tate. God is developing you and so when you are ready to get to that next level everything and you will be develop. Your confidence will be there anything that is needed the experience all of those things will be there and so you won't have to really look for other people to do those things and then god will also add the people into your life. That's going to help you while you're on that level and you also gotta think too that is not just you that also means to be developed or whatever for that next level there may be an assisted that needs to be there for you to say you might have to hire employees or whatever. He's getting everybody in line. Not just you but everybody in line. He's working behind scenes on your behalf. I know you can't see it right now but when it all comes together you will see like okay. This all meet says. And i know that we get to the point. Where if patient. I am there right now. I might law and there with you but the thing about it is i have to realize is that is just not me and god will renew you are. He will renew you and everything. That's inside of you like that whole life that you used to have. You won't be there anymore mentally or or even physically godless getting your new home together all these days or just realized that if you haven't moved yet is because you're not ready if you're ready you've already moved our woulda went to that next level but everything is not prepared for you as of right now and i know that's not so easy to here but is necessary for you to hear because i don't want you to give up right. Now i'll be a million percent transparent. I think it was sunday. It was and i. I was thinking about like my routine. I just talked about and i was mad. I am tired. I was so exhausted. I was a. I've never been so tired. And all my life. And i felt like my heart had gotten hearted and right before i went to sleep or whatever i was watching I don't know if you guys know. But dr know him. But his Derail walls from the wallace group has a little church thing that he does on. Instagram acts church. So long story short he goes on live like right after. I say these things. And i'm like all right i'm watch it and as i'm going on live with he stays is we'll go sell some. You guys are waiting but guy says he's going to renew you and it's like what like so basically it was just like guy says at that moment that here's me so i pray that if you're going through the same thing that this is encouragement for you to realize that god hears you he sees you. He knows it your patient right now he wants. He knows that you want to just get to the next level. You're tired of your routine all of those things. But he wants you to know that he loves you. He hasn't forgotten about you. He's getting everything in order for you and don't over think this part because i know this of them the app done do not over think this part god has everything inside of you that you're going to need an he's developing things that you don't have just yet so don't be afraid don't go angry. Don't be bitter. Don't feel like your life should be over or you just want to hurry up and rush things. Do not take anything into your own hands. I'm not sailing taking your life or anything like that. What i'm saying is like don't take matters into your own hands to the point that you want to try to make moves yourself. Please don't do that. I've done live tires. And i messed up and is not something that you really want to have got like you. Please help me out of this late. No just wait. Because god does days. There's a smooth transition you don't have to beg borrow or steal you don't have to you know maneuver certain things when it's god when it's got the doors just open fori just wanna give you that encouragement while you're waiting just know that god is with you is not over for you is not done. It is a process that you are going to need to be developed in. But it's not over for you. God loves you. I love you. Thank you so much for listening to this podcast. And until next time. Always know that you are worthy Priceless you got this guide has you i.
Short Stuff: Brazilian Jars
"Hey and welcome to the short stuff. I'm josh there's chuck producer. Dave is out there somewhere in spirit which means it's short stuff. How many homina plus tax. What my friend merit. He used to say homina. Homina plus tax is another thing. No what's homina homina. Homina homina is kind of like an old volve villian thing. I'm not exactly sure what it means. Or where it came from. But i always associated with like old time vaudeville stuff. Please don't be racist As i was saying vaudeville. Like oh god i feel like maybe like Geeky gleason or laurel and hardy laurel and hardy abbott. Maybe from a minstrel show right. Yeah but Yeah i i. I think it's like a a exclamation of excitement Looking forward to something all right well as jackie gleason on the internet. So hopefully we're covered. You see jackie gleason on the internet. Say homina homina okay get. Let's get going so yeah. This is a short stuff chuck and we're never going to be able to end this now. we're talking today about brazil. The country that was first landed as far as europeans. Go by guy from portugal named pedro alvarez cabrera and he landed there and fifteen hundred and things went pretty poorly for the local populations as a result. Yeah and i think Cabrera was one of those people that brazil had always celebrated as the first european to show up there. And like you know this is our person. And let's celebrate this person and then in the seventies something happened. I don't know where you found. This is very interesting but something happening. Gonna put that all in doubt. I found a contemporary new york times article about it. I don't remember how but i did. And i said by god. This is a gift from zeus himself. So here's what was happening for a while there were fishermen Off of guanabara bay near rio do for years had been fishing and saying hey we pull up our fishing. That's a lot times and we'll get these jars in our nets and we think this might just be like the the local native tribes used to offer these up You know before cabral actually landed on the scene. And maybe these are ancient. Who knows and then in seventy six. A man named jose to shera was diving. There brought two of them to the surface and said i think these are really really really old. Yeah and not just really old too. Because it could have been accounted for by the native tribes but they were in a shape that people hadn't seen before and To share a brought them a shore and i guess handed them over to the navy. I think who kept them In a tank of seawater for a very long time Until they were they were They caught the attention of a guy named robert marks. who went onto become. I know if he was or not by this time i think was fairly famous. But he went on to become a world famous deeply renowned archaeologist in fact. He's known as the father of underwater archaeology but he caught wind of these jars being found and had a look at them or got his hands on some pictures of them into these are not supposed to be here. These are not some local brazilian jarred. These look a lot like roman f. m. fora and roman and fora were jars that were used very famous like vase jars with the double handles at the top They were used by romans. Phoenicians and greeks back around the turn of the last millennia. And there's no good reason that these should be here in this bay in brazil. yes so after. I thinking it might be a hoax. He did say he thinks they're real. Let me get some other divers and gun down there and check out and see what's going on and about ninety feet down. sure enough. They found about two hundred Intact and broken amphora and they were he said they were kind of concentrated in the area about the size of three tennis courts. Sure and he said there's no re. There's no way that these were planted here. He said you know these things. Some of these were like five feet under the mud. We had to dig him out with our hands out of the mud. And there's this they're barnacle encrusted. Some of them have quarrel in this coral was killed off like thirty or forty years earlier. So there's no way these were planted down there anytime recently. Yeah he became pretty convinced that it wasn't a hoax And his suspicions were backed up by an expert that he enlisted from a umass named elizabeth will who was an expert in roman fori which is like that is a that is a very specific focus of study but she basically she looked at. The type of them looked at their manufacturer. Like the the what they. She got her hands on some of the samples that to share had brought up. I think And she said not only. Are these roman fori. I can tell you exactly where they were made in roughly win and she traced the design of these particular for you to a place. Call koumas k. o. u. s. In what is now present day morocco and the co awesome flurry of this design. Were being made around the third century. see e. so about twelve hundred thirteen hundred years before Fr- pedro alvarez cabral showed up in brazil and fifteen hundred. Eso marks puts that together and says all right. I have a theory. He said they used to have boats back then. Ships that could make you know that certainly could have traveled over here from the mediterranean. And i think what might have happened is they were blown off course. Maybe and they ended up. Kind of ship wrecking After they entered off ryobi those big storm or something that drove the ship onto a reef and these jars just kind of ended up here in and no one knew that they were here until these fishermen started pulling them up. Yeah so i mean. That's a pretty good assumption. Especially reasonable jars are spread out over about three tennis court size area. That's maybe the size of a roman ships hold And it's possible since they had seaworthy ships but the thing is is if that were true. That would totally rewrite history. Like it was how they're used to be vague. Legends about how vikings made it to north america and The we suddenly found that settlement I can't remember the name of it. de was a viking settlement in north america that said unequivocally they had been here before this would basically be like that but there have been no legend before no one had any idea that the romans had made it to brazil in the third century. so this is a complete. It required a complete revision of history even if it was just this tangential fleeting contact between one small group of roman sailors Prehistoric brazilian tribes It still was a big deal to to find these things. They're all right. Maybe should take our break and come back and talk about the response of brazil. 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But are they ready to change the world find out in the original documentary film own the room now streaming only on disney plus all right so mark has this theory. He's got these jars. The brazilian government steps in. And they don't say this is amazing. Thank you don't we're gonna have a press conference and here's a podium and we want to hear all about it they said you know what your shutdown shutting down your operation. We don't like the looks at this. He he started escobedo excavating again. I think in eighty three was the first one. No that was the second time the first time was when he found him instead he found like a couple hundred of them and that they were spread out over the tennis court. This is the when he returned the next year to really excavate the site in earnest any also found out that the navy the brazilian navy like literally covered this default dumped a bunch of fill dirt over the site and said you know what we we think. Europe lender we wanna keep it from being plundered and we covered it up in your band. You can't even come into our country anymore. Yes he was accused of having stolen artifacts from other sites in brazil and selling them on European auction houses essentially on the black market but out in the open They had just been basically stolen from brazil. That's a huge accusation to level against somebody but apparently the brazilian authorities were convinced enough by that they actually him from brazil and shutdown all archaeological excavations in the country. There's just an all like a blanket ban on them because they they had just been so. I guess rattled by the the perceived theft of of relics. The thing is is you know if if robert marks had been anybody else just some dude. It would've You know you you would have been easy to buy. That had happened but he really had a good reputation especially by the end of his life in two thousand. And nineteen right yeah. He was knighted in three countries. he He wrote the unesco laws about underwater archaeological digs and he was a book writer. I think he's kind of the the granddaddy of underwater archaeology is very much not plunder of hangs so it seemed like brazil was being jerk. It does so that seems like a bit of a twist that they would literally cover up this history rewriting site and at the time and that new york times article i think robert mark suspected that it was because they were so venerating of cabal that they couldn't stand the idea of somebody some other europeans having beaten him there by hundreds of years. The thing is it's entirely possible that the brazilians didn't cover up that site and that there wasn't two hundred of those amphorae and that there was no roman galley that sunk in brazil It's there's a. It's possible. None of this happened at all yet. I mean this is the real cool. Twist here is in nineteen eighty three. There was a diver free diver. Name a medico son torelli and americo said. Hey you know all this hullabaloo about these m for a these are mine. These are replicas. And i buried these out there to try and them Dropped sixteen of these things out there to age them. And that's what they are he he'd spent some time in rome And had kind of fallen for 'em for a they were. His thing can like how some people collect different outfits to put on their concrete geese they keep out in the front yard. This guy was in dam for you like that. Sure the thing is is okay. So america santarelli claimed that those were his amphorae after this world famous underwater archaeologists had declared. There were two hundred of them buried five feet beneath the muck that umass expert had declared that they were made from co ass In morocco in the third century This guy says no they were mind and there were only sixteen of and drop them there in the sixties. Yeah that's the one thing. I couldn't reckon with with were they're not two hundred at just be s. Here's the thing it's kind of like the end of the usual suspects. If you go back and look at all of the evidence we have right there on the almost all of it is coming out of robert marx's mouth he's the one who saw the two hundred and four he's the one who said they were spread out over a tennis court sized fields. He's the one who said they were encrusted by barnacles. He's the one who sang in a barbershop quartet in skokie illinois That's exactly right and when you go back and you look at this you say well wait a minute. There's there's not really much other evidence to back up this idea. That he has aside from him. Saying all this stuff and i think the most telling thing about how they actually were americo. Sara lee's sixteen and forty that he dropped in the bay to age Is that Robert marxist kind of dropped the whole thing the there's like the whole thing goes cold after that. Yeah isn't that weird is very weird. Even wrote a book in nineteen ninety-two that was about prehistoric contact between europe and the americas and as far as i know he didn't mention the jars in the bay in brazil and that's then that as far as i'm concerned you know I think since we mentioned usual suspects we should shout out for into the show. Kevin pollock One of the stars of usual suspects in a role where he gets to play the rare heavy And kevin has a great improv comedy. Show on her network called. This is a great show and actually he has a A cameo in our book to. I can't remember what part we talking about that. There's one one of the footnotes is about the live show in la where he brought us water because we said we were thirsty. Brought us water up onstage. That's right and he also played the role of christopher walken in my movie. Crush april fool's interview a couple years ago that delighted a lotta people in angered haven. If you're delighting in angering at the same time you're doing something right so hats off to both of you for love politics. Good good dude. Good dude Well i think that's it right. You got anything else about. Kevin pollak or brazilian jars. Now i wanna get my hands on one of these. Well just start diving. You will find in brazil off the costa rico Since i said that everybody that means short stuff is out stuff you should know is a production of iheartradio for more podcasts. My heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.
How Euphoria Came to Embody the Gen Z Aesthetic
"Presented by raytheon technologies our nearly two hundred thousand engineers researchers and people with purpose are building the future today. We're pushing the limits of known science to go deeper into space advance aviation and build smarter defense systems that protect all of us here at home. That's the future of aerospace and defense learn more at rtx dot com. How euphoria came to embody the gen z aesthetic by k. d. lang in euphoria the dark drama series that returns to hbo for a two part special this weekend. The characters face challenges far more adult than you might expect for a group of cool teens narrated by ru played bison dia a seventeen year old who struggling with addiction the show from creator. Sam levenson has generated plenty of controversy for its portrayal of sex drugs. Violence and porn in the lives of high-schoolers. Despite this notoriety the highly stylized series has also become a cultural touch point for the trademark freedom and fluidity embodied in its depiction of gen z. Nowhere more apparent than in the characters fashion and beauty choices in euphoria. Fashion is rich outlet for young people hungary to express themselves. Even if they're still figuring out exactly who those cells czar or who they want to be by. Revamping her wardrobe with outfits like a red mesh and harness ensemble cat barbie ferrara a fan thick writing nerd who longs to lose her. Virginity transforms herself into a sultry dominatrix and cam girl. Finding a healthy dose of self confidence along the way. Meanwhile ru a role for which zendaya recently tacoma an emmy often flouts gender norms opting. Four androgynous psychedelic streetwear and later donning a tuxedo to dress up. As leonardo dicaprio's jack from titanic for halloween a perfect storm of cultural changes for dr knell. Jamal lisbie a fashion historian and curator. You worry is. Fashion symbolizes the experimental spirit of gen z. When i see gen z. They are risk-takers. He says they're putting it all out. There they have this unabashed confidence to be the truest selves in terms of their sexuality in terms of their gender identity if they want to be a little more provocative they're going to do it. This sense of freedom arguably more audacious than that of any previous generation is the result of a perfect storm of cultural changes according to a twenty twenty pew study. Gen z is the most racially and ethnically diverse generation yet and the generation most comfortable with gender nonconformity corey similar the author of generations e a century in the making says these realities are pivotal to gen z. Embrace of fluidity. They look at older generations who created and lived in a binary world. And they're seeing that it doesn't work see miller says they are the most racially diverse generation in us history and are incredibly diverse in a range of other identities like being the children of same sex parents to dreamers daca students to go to college so instead of being something you program four or higher for diversity is just who they are coming of age in a digital world there also the first generation to be digital natives with most having grown up in a world by smartphones the internet and social media this access to information is most clearly seen in the nostalgic sartorial references to the past that the teens of euphoria and in real life on tiktok and instagram make regularly case in point an episode that features a halloween party. Where the precocious highschoolers don costumes. That run the gamut from jodie foster's teenage prostitute. Iris in taxi driver to thana the revenge killer dressed as a nun from abel ferrara's obscure exploitation film ms forty-five gen z ample interest in the styles of the past may not just stem from the wealth of information at their fingertips but also from their ability to access the past in a more tangible way from streaming old shows and movies to buying vintage clothing through platforms like online shopping. However lisbie emphasizes that it's probably social media that plays the biggest part in shaping the current fashion choices of gen z. Social media plays the most essential role. And what kind of person they want to be as well as what they want to dress as he says i think when it comes to how the characters in you forty address it's really a direct reflection. The beauty about it is that this is seeing a lot of these references online. It's like a blessing and curse where they take a little bit and then they subverted into something that fits them but sometimes context and history gets lost. Dismantling beauty norms on tiktok. The internet's influence has also played an outsized role in the over the top beauty on the show which has influenced red carpet trends corporate makeup trends and runway. Shows you fori as makeup department head daniele davey says. She draws inspiration. For the show's unique. Beauty looks like dramatic under eye glitter that resembles tears and neon eyeliner from real life teens and social media. She adds that the fast paced nature of the internet combined with jesse's willingness to experiment mean that there's even more opportunity for to create. Our society is still brimming with antiquated beauty makeup and gender norms and gen z's unapologetic approach to self expression works to dismantle these norms in a more widespread way than ever before because of the constant flow of self broadcasting that is social media. Davey says ideas can spread so quickly and instagram and tiktok especially tiktok are rooted in the practice of mimicking and recreating your own version of an idea or trend. Whether that be a thirty second dance. Makeup tutorial or series of self empowerment. Mantras the self expression of one soon becomes a trend among many in other words basically once gen z decides to be passionate about something says davey. It spreads like wildfire.
Weekend Special - Framing Britney Spears
"In the newsroom. At needs to come good. I'm andrew buckler and welcome to a special episode of from the newsroom. Tonight we're looking at the growing movement to freight britney spears from her conservatorship. Now the singer has been under a ship which is run by her dad jamie since a mental breakdown back in two thousand and seven under the arrangement her state financial assets and some personal assets all under the control of a father and a lawyer de the freebritney movement gained momentum recently with the release of new york times documentary code. Framing britney spears us dot com to enter time and editor. Nick bond has seen the oh and it gives a frightening look at the way she's been treated by the media over the years that's right particularly in the early stages of her career and even before she was famous. There's a very uncomfortable clip of ten year old brittany appearing as a contestant on tv talent show and she's being grilled by the ven sixty something host about whether or not she had a boyfriend. Let's have listen to that and from baby one. More time onwards there was this constant obsession in the media about whether or not the teenagers be had breast implants. This was a question that she was repeatedly asked. By older male interviewers and as britney's personal life made tabloid headlines. Her treatment became more harsh. Even in carefully managed interviews with veteran lists. Diane sawyer. Asked her what she done. Wrong to make justin timberlake dumper. Matt lauer accused her of being a bad mother. Both interviews ended with britney and tease. Let's have a little bit of a listened to a chat with matt. It's not like did britney record. A bad song is britney wearing a bad outfit is britney in a bad marriage is britney a bad mom America fori has a mother that has to hit pretty close to home. God that's some intense questioning. We'll be back in a moment to discuss the real raisin brittany doesn't perform in public anymore. Now nick the framing britney spears documentary. Cost a new light on the sing as puzzling final public appearance. From twenty what happened there well brittany was ju- to announce her next big las vegas residency and the stage was set for massive events streamed live around the world after a lot of hype brittany finally emerged on stage and then she just left without saying walk straight into a waiting limo now at the time. It seemed like really bizarre mismanagement. Why would you have the star of the show. Come out and not perform or not even speyer but the documentary suggests that britney was actually meant to perform that night but refused so was this her finally taking back some power. Under this conservatorship few weeks later the residency was canceled and brittany hasn't performed a really been seen in public since. It's reported that she won't do anything until she knows that. Her father is fully removed from these conservatorship right i. This is her tactic to kind of pull back some power. I guess so where to for britney from here and a conservatorship so this story has really exploited this week with the release of the documentary. Brittany's made a rare public statement acknowledging the story she's telling fans that she's taking some time out to learn how to live a normal life. Now boy boyfriend. Sam as gary went a lot harder he slammed her father jamie and says that jamie is blocking he and brittany from living the life that they want to together right One exciting thing to come out from all of this. There were reports now that brittany his cloak quietly working on her own documentary. One that will tell her story in her own words now whether or not we'll be able to say as brittany intens it. That's another matter. Wow i bet you are just gagging for that dot com. That's it for this episode of from the newsroom. I'll be back on monday morning. With another update you'll headlines from news dot com.
AMD Killed Intel with 5000 Series? Can PUBG Mobile make its return in India? | The TV | Concept
"What's up guys via finally back with this new setup and it's going to be exciting as now there would be no delays in videos so this time. I thought it has been a very long time. We discussed the tech news update in our channels so next dude that in this video so the last two weeks was so exciting. Well we had the reisen launch and it was amazing and other news that we are going to read. You can't miss this one. So let's get dice create into this so the amdi law the rise in cities. And if you see that the reisen has got four new processes the reisen five reisen seven and two models will rise the nine the base drizin five fifty six hundred x comes with six goals and twelve threat and is clogged up to four point. Six and the bargains option is only sixty five watts. Well that's the basic one but if you grew more you can go up to sixteen ko's and good threads which can go up to four ninety herds yet. The reisen hasn't achieved the fiber hurts mark. But it's more catchy is going to absolutely a bank for the buck and the also quite low. It's one zero five world stage based on the zante architecture that claims to be one of the best ones indices. So it's always exciting to see such things. Reisen is doing so much effort to bring. And you know what i believe. The reisen is going to take over. If you don't believe you can check the pricing strategies. The brazing is so absolutely damned through. It's so great it starts at just to the will nine. Us dollars growing as high as feifer ninety dollars for the biggest reading. It is much more costlier than the last series rising but the performance that the on showed is watching so number. Faith is that the via you have to go and check the bank and cracked the deeds and more reviews will be out for the same series. Well the next news is. What's coming out in watson better and it's particularly great looking now you can mute notifications for like more than what you would at least desire in other scenarios. Also if you see you can have multiple devices. That's a very obvious thing that was requested and now is being implemented and you can also check your storage right there. These things are absolutely gonna be a bank for the buck. And i believe you guys are gonna be really exciting to see what other things are being planned. The things didn't change earlier nor does it now for like the bub g mobile the indian body has stated that bob g. will continue to have a ban do being a volume game promoting was and stuff so pump. These not coming back anytime soon. No matter what no matter comes no maintain said is not no longer as with any of the chinese firms still. It's not coming back in india anytime soon. That's why for this coming and india is going to be the dominant with this game and support our army. So let's see what happens when forced to leases. It's everything is unknown yet. Let so for the best. Things doesn't end anytime near this. We have seen that. The arctic seas was launched the optics thirty seven hundred and eighty thousand. Ninety one launch. New media has now given up and the thirty seventy is delayed as well. They were expected to launch in mid-october but now it's not coming in time soon. It's been delayed by the end of october and possibly be available somewhere in mid-november so what do you think is this. What new media wanted. Also there have been reportedly leaks that the rtx thirty sixty bi is coming. We know what that means. Well that means more performance more quality and more time for us to say hello to every new thing. That's happening well. Let's see what with this noon. Videotaping and apps we have been talking about continued to get banned. The government has a more list of seventeen apps that are going to get banned rhythm. Put let me put that out on the screen he asked. So here's the list of the apps that have been banned. Well it's always sad to see apps getting ban it all started with banning of tiktok. And now every there'd day a new lissette published and everything is changing so rapidly but they know what byzantine a lot. That's the google pixel devices. The google pixel grow pixel five and four or five g five compatible and run on and snapdragon mid brain segment chipset. Well i don't know what google wanted to do by big reading chipset. But they believe that diplomas to showcase similar things in be is not getting in the is not going to get the pixel five four five g. It's only going to get the fori. Dax been confirmed by the nba dame of mughal riot widow. You can check this tweet. Random person asked like when these voices coming and they were more on more of like that these devices one come. it's only the pixel four because india's not yet five thirty. India needs time to get ready with five technology. What do you think is india compatible or not with five g. We guys ready to boost five fifty. Rv are still. There is a time that we need to focus more on providing four speeds. But i don't know if. I had my expedients five years. Not coming in and soon until going three or four. That's three to four years from now but everything depends on technology and quality. India gets so guys. That's it for this week. So you can check out the general next week because another exciting radio is coming new set. I was ready foster videos more communication and we are going to discuss more so if you like this kind of review boom let me know because we are planning to go live and to a podcast like this and talk about the things that are actually happening in the technology world because we are all dead get you tech so deck's stacked milestone signing off. This is anita saying goodbye.
Credit card debt reaches new high in pandemic
"In this episode discuss credit card debt reaching all time highs the corona virus pandemic from Yahoo Finance. This is a world interrupted. The needs Tsukuba as a reporter for Yahoo Finance. She'll be helping us on today's episode. Today we are going to be talking about credit card debt and credit card debt is already a massive deal in across the board throughout the United States. I mean we have so much credit card debt in us but it's only been made worse through the current maybe give me an overview what's happening with credit card debt across the US during the crisis. Yeah as you said actually credit card that Is the record high level. It's you the last time we have the number voice. Two Thousand Nineteen in. It was eight hundred twenty nine billion But the most recent data we have that we could actually see the impact. The Corona viruses is showing pretty bad results. So the first thing we see is that we have more people in credit card debts now compared to beginning of March when the lockdown dealing restarts so in early March we so fori three percent of Americans being in credit card debt. Now it's seven percent for four percents doesn't sound a lot but really when we talk about trade that is the spree much half of US adults And these are this reach actually mean that people who previously had no credit card debts are knowing that What is more is that from those people who were already. In credit card debts there are feeling the effect of the pandemic really bad and wanting four of them are adding additional debts. Your that to their. That's in really. If we breakdown by this by generation we see you on generation being hit the hardest. In this is millennials. Millennials are currently between two thousand four hundred thirty nine and really wanting three millennials are going into more debt now and we see this number really going down for a genetics. Baby boomers another generation's So in that last point. When you say it's going down for Gen-x baby boomers. What what do you mean by that? There is decreasing while millennials increasing. Oh no I really meant that. There fewer Gen X. And Baby boomers that have gone into additional debt in the current in the current needs Corona Virus Crisis Atra. Okay that makes sense. So you're saying that Some of these people are adding additional on top of new people going into debt when you say adding additional debt does that mean like people are applying for new credit cards. Are they getting additional credit cards when they like maxed out or something like what is? What's happening there? So Loic is say so far. Is this increasing? Death is really coming from people who already used their existing crave cards rather than opening new US. And this is really a because there. Aren't that many credit cards. Being issued right now since the condemning started credit reporting queries for new credit cards have declined seeing if he meaning. Fewer people are applying for them. Additionally there are some major banks slag discover financial services that have officially said that they're just issuing less cards new worse so simply but is just less likely for you to get a new credit cards now and on top of that. We seek credit card. Issuers reducing customers limits meaning. Hugh may open your banking App tomorrow and you may see your credit limits being good by twenty five percents. Wow so that that's a big change for someone you know. Say you're you know you don't have an emergency fund you have money stashed away and you're assuming your credit limit is a certain amount and you're kind of banking on that being like an emergency fund or something. That's that's an eye opening thing. If suddenly decreased with twenty five percent for sure twenty five percent is it has such a big impact on your income and the other thing is the way credit cards Course our forums is that this affects your credit score so not only if it really means that you have less money available but you have you probably have a worse credit score meaning. Hugh can borrow less money. So it's really a trickle down effect on your own personal finances. That is interesting so we one of our other podcasts. It's called illegal tender and we just put out a series about student debt. And the there's a big fight going on right now over In that podcast we talk a lot about the fairness of relieving student at loans. The student at crisis in there are a lot of people. Were very four relieving student. Loan debt that currently exists in there. A lot of people that are against it Mostly based on like the fairness question of well. I paid my student loan debt. So why shouldn't you pay yours type of an argument? I'm curious now. Is there any discussion like that around credit card debt? Where I think the student loan. It's almost feels more like a An argument that a lot of people could have publicly because colleges so accepted socially but credit card debt is not so it might be a different argument when people are talking about relief for. Is there any talk about getting any sort of credit card? Relief debt especially during the pandemic So the the scale is very different. The scale conversation. He's very their friend but still there is not only joke about it but we actually see banks and lenders offering some kind of relief. The relief is reading the form of you being allowed to keep a payments even to payments not paying interest payments You also have Option to get a lower interest rates you can get fee swathed in the meaning to protect your credit score saw. Yeah she have quite a few options for relief right now. In the only think he'd have to contact your banker lender and you'll be able to get them in Fairly this will have very Factor in your current financial situation. But what we really see are going back to that survey is that very few people are actually taking advantage of that relief. Even now that it's available. Only seven percent of people that are in credit card debt has actually asked for some kind of break on their credit cards so we we really see those hardship programs being available in experts. Say you should go from. This should be the first thing that you do when you think about playing golf debts. Don Apply for loans on get a balance transfer card. Just ask for a break and St Louis. He a variable number of people doing it. Yeah that's that seems to be kind of a theme Maybe as we close a conversation but one thing I think and I have talked about on this podcast. Multiple Times is a lot of. There's a lot of opportunity right now if you create the communication line between you and say your landlord or your credit card company or whatever it is they're these lines of communication that have never really been this open to getting relief when you really need it. So maybe the clothes are people taking advantage. Maybe across the board he said Only seven percent are using this for credit card relief but across the board. Are you hearing about people really or any stories from people who have used like leveraged all these opportunities to get the rent deferred their credit cards for just kind of everything. Holistically is that common or is it mostly. Just you know one thing here. One thing there. I don't really have exact date on this but I've actually spoken to people who have been laid off someone who has tried to fly for the different forms of release and actually most of the people I spoke to are pretty well aware of the different benefits including unemployment benefits. They get additional unemployment benefits through the relief factor through the They're aware of the team. Lesbian month there for it there were of breaks when it comes to credit cards. So they're aware of of pro delaying mortgage Dad's but that's sad Many of them were pretty concerned. An have bad experience applying for those benefits especially for unemployment benefits. I've really hurts terrible stories of people just needing like a month three four weeks to even get to properly apply for this and they spent literally a whole Business Day on the phone. Trying to contact the uninformed bureau to actually claim their benefits so that said many people are aware of it. Firmly many people are now but those who are aware of it Have many difficulties of actually `accessing it in May get it weeks after they truly need it so we see that too. That's a good clarifier because it's not as simple as hey your problem get solved. You know right off the bat I I mean I have friends who've done if called literally hundreds if not thousands of times to try and get through and and get relief so it's no joke right now. It's a lot of a lot of hurdles that a lot of people are having to jump through so Denisa. Thanks for being on the podcast today. Thanks for having me Alex and thank you for listening to a world interrupted from Yahoo Finance for more coverage on the corona virus and its economic impact. Make sure to watch. Our Bill live programming throughout the day. If you enjoyed this episode head over to Apple podcasts leave us a five star rating and review there. In the meantime stay safe. Take care of yourself and we'll get through this.
166. Anything Is Possible: a kids mindful story and guided relaxation
"The hulo our islanders. Today we are happy to share a favorite story and relaxation with you. Before we begin. We want to remind the grown-ups who are listening that hundreds of be calm on our island episodes are available on patriots looking for a particular favourite story or a special meditation. Want stories about dragon or episodes read by a male or female narrator. You can find just the right story and dot com slash our island now. Let's get ready to relax Hello our islanders. Ready to be calm on our way island are the lights in your room. Dim or off. Do you have your favourite listening buddy or blank. The fori begin our story. Let's take three deep dragon breaths and relax breeze into your nose filling up your belly and then out through your mouth and magic you are breathing. Fire deep breath in and again tepe breath in and out last one. Fill up your belly deep breath in and today you are going to think about how your body feels resting on earth. This is all pretend and you are fairy safe. You will start by focusing on your feet slowly. Move up to your head and and thinking about your entire body ready to find your earthly spot. It is a warm and cozy beach. The sun is shining on sand causing each crane to sparkle. You sit down in the soft warm sand. The sand hugs you as you lie back on the cozy beach. Thank about your feet as you push your toes into the sand focus on how your feet feel. Are the warm warming. Cozy does so warm sand. Tickle the bottom of your feet do you feel the soft grains sliding between your toes gently rubbing your feet let the sand hug your feet and grease like a dragon in and out. Think about your legs. How do they feel you feel comforting squeeze from the kind earth sand surrounds and hug share. Legs tight the warmth of the beach draws you into deeper relaxation. Focus on your back. How does it feel the soft beach supports you and gives you a big teddy bear hug. Relax down into the sand and brees like a dragon in and out. How do your hands feel. Your hands are open with your fingers. Spread out allowing the grains of sand to fall between them here hands. Relax as say settled into the safe warm sand and think about your arms. How do they feel your arms slowly. Soften surrounded by the warm and gentle sand focus on your shoulders. Let them relax into the warm sand and breathe like a dragon in and out the beach. Hold your shoulders gently and gives you a nice cozy hug. Focus on your neck. Is it relaxed and soft. Feel the sand. Support your head like a pillow as you lie back on the cozy beach notice and enjoy the feeling of comfort as the sand gently. Cushion your head loosening your jaw and your forehead. Warm sand supports your feet. Legs back hands arms shoulders and neck. Relax and feel the earth hug you tightly as you continue to relax in the warm cozy sand. Let's take three more deep dragon breaths deep breath in and out grease in through your nose and breathe fire out of your mouth again. Deep breath in and out last one. Fill up your belly. Deep breath in and out craig job everyone. I hope you are tucked in nice and cozy okay. I think we're ready to begin our story. Let's be calm on our way island. Our story today is anything is possible. The little kitty stret- feeling refreshed by a nap noticing movement chance. The cardboard box woke up with a smile after such a long journey. That nap felt just right. The little kiddy art to back and hopped out of the cardboard box. Now chance wondered what was mixed. He got his answer when two little kids zipped around the corner up backs the little girl said i know just what to do. I have an idea too. Little boy said we can take turns. The little girl suggested. Okay play rock scissors paper to figure out who's ideas i. The boy added. Okay said the girl as the kids played rock paper scissors. The cardboard box wondered what was happening. The kids were so excited to see him. Usually people were excited to see him. When he arrived they eagerly opened the box and then carried away their treasure and left him sitting off to the side. This was the second time that someone seemed excited to see him. I the little kitten was happy to see the cardboard box and now the kids. The cardboard box felt a warm and fuzzy inside he liked knowing that the kids and kitty liked him for who he was and not what he carried. The kids had finished their game and stepped into the box. So little girl sat in front. The boy in back okay. Little vote the girl said. We're ready for adventure. How about you chance wondered if she was talking to him. He didn't think he was a boat. I don't know the little boy said i'm not feeling it. Come on news your imagination. The little girl said. Don't you feel the waves. Chance began to sway side to side. The cardboard box began to feel water splashing up. Wow that imagination stuff was powerful. He thought the little boy had turned his imagination on now to look ahead. What that he asked. I can't quite see. The little girl said chance peered into the distance to try and see the little boy said. It's adore steer our trustee boat over there. I see it now. The little girl said okay. Let's go chance. Felt himself heading towards the door that appeared in the distance before he knew it there. The door stood right in front of him. Should we go through it. The little girl asked yes. The little boy responded okay with that the little girl open the door. Chance could see a road on the other side with the kids. Leave him to wait while they explored. It's a good thing. Trustee boat can change into a car. The little girl said the cardboard box smiled excited that he would still be part of the adventure again. Chance thought that imagination stuff sure is powerful as a car. He busily drove around the imaginary world taking in all the sights and sounds. The boy and girl pointed out all the fantastic animals elephants giraffes unicorns hannah's penguins and hippopotamuses. Then the little boy asked. Did you see that pointing at something. Red and green. I think i saw dragon. The dragon shyly waved from behind a tree and disappeared back into the forest. Wow the boy and girl said together chance. The cardboard box car continued driving around the magical land until the door appeared in front of him once again. Well i guess it's time to go back the boy said. How will we find the door again. The girl asked. I think if we look we'll find it. The boy replied chance drove through the door and splash down into the water. A boat once again. The waves rocked them as they sailed back. The water slowly disappeared and all three were back in the living room. Chance was a cardboard box. Once more the cardboard box as the two kids stepped out it had been a long journey to get back. The kitty hopped to write in. It was time for another now. Chance smiled as the. Kitty purred and lulling the cardboard box into relaxation. Chance of all he had to be grateful for the box was grateful for his new home. He was thankful to have experienced the magic of the kids imagination. Most of chance was happy to play with the kids and relax with the little kitty. The cardboard box hugged the little kitty tight wishing everyone happiness as chance relaxed. He took a deep dragon breath in and out. The cardboard box settled into the carpet. Chance took another deep dragon breath in and out and smile then one more deep dragon breath in and out carport. Vox drifted off to sleep wondering where the kids would take him next. Thank you for joining us to be calm on alway island. See you next time.
Israel Hour Radio: March 31, 2019
"The. Short. Zeal dove me. Charlotte. Not. Served. Vessel. Donald. Vessel killed. That's me. Doc team something for. Bears. Your ball. No. Okay. Valley. The. Cool. Well to the Israel our? Connect with us at Facebook dot com slash Israel. Our Email us at info at Israel. Our dot com. Call us at seven three two nine three two eight hundred. Here's the host of the Israel. Our Josh rouse. Rayleigh music on your dial this Sunday here at Israel our radio. I'm so glad that you're doing it with us today. Volume straight. I think I did my name is Josh shrill. And I'm so glad that you tuned into this edition of Israel, our radio on your radio live at eighty eight point seven WR SEO FM in New Brunswick, New Jersey. On your computer or smartphone or any way? You wanna listen. We are live right now at W R S U dot org, and you can listen to our podcast anytime anywhere, and I tunes in Spotify in tune in and anywhere. You wanna find us? We are their shallow Likud came about aim. I said, I'm live and I lie to you. I'm not live. It is Sunday morning March thirty first twenty nineteen but I am prerecorded today on the Israel. Our couldn't make it live to the show. But I came in early to the station to do my show a little early. And you know what? However, you're tuned in it doesn't matter to you. We're still going to put out a fantastic, our amazing Isreaeli music. You will hear all of your favorites? Had teak rash, and Ye shy Rebozo and do a Harran and not go Shen Surrey cut Dodd and Mukhi and the stars are all coming out. To entertain you this week on Israel, our radio your thoughts. Your criticisms, your comments, your compliments? Always welcome at impo at Israel. Our dot com by Email info at Israel, our dot com. Facebook dot com slash Israel. Our is the Facebook address, we're also on Instagram at Israel our on Twitter at Israel, our where on WhatsApp at seven three two eight four four nine seven seven eight. Please join us there. Seven three two eight four four nine seven seven eight, and we would love to hear from you. And we are going to talk about coming Isreaeli concerts happening in the United States, including one this evening. We'll tell you about it later on today's show and whole lot more great stuff coming up. We'll begin on today's show with the song by nut on gauche in its called meet God. Shares Turkey's him. Stem batoma. On me. Bennetts your loyal. Devotchka over Neo dash says that option. Fush? He's still. Marsha kosheh? See my name should've. Really? This by. Sorry, ugly. Hallway dollar, Shirley? Komo share. Got your. The ship. I am empty. Whole cut key. Mommy. What's ship? I am. A lawyer holy school. Lila, Ekeme Biba. Jose. Gun. Si. The whole toy. Okay. Say the. Schnee? The laura. Leslie. For me, man. Has that very her book? Mussa the. Van co look. Check it show votes. Soga late multiple Chenier feel Leah. Of. So let's it shows Loker. Paste upbeat or not. Shoot. Shuhei but the malaria tower. Show. Sleep fish. Mushroom issue. Doc, McComb Lober too. I have. The sneak up. She we have. Bye. Sure. What? Niba VAT in. Bicket canova. Massacre dining. Been Kumla the bit or no. Cool. I must say, okay. Israel our radio. How great is that song? Probably my favorite song of the week that is Mukhi along with or Edry to artists that I never expected to collaborate. It's just seems like a weird pairing. I don't know why. But in my personal opinion. I I never would have expected the two of them to get together. But it turns out they are very good friends. I just discovered and that song I've been talking about it all week on our YouTube show at my Israeli music dot com. It's called cotija Shearim before that do we heard from do our own brand new song with OSHA Cohen? They collaborated on that song song called S three RBIs show nuts on Gauchan in concert two nights in New York City, along with Yishai REBA who'll here in the minute. The two of them are doing a joint concert should be very very cool. I will be there in New York City tonight at town hall. Tickets are available at my Isreaeli music dot com. That is if they are still available you'll you can also see them. Let us see we can see them in Los Angeles. On Tuesday night and in Miami on Thursday night, criss crossing the country. I would say Yishai Remo in nuts and Gauchan in concert three. Big shows. Check out all the information at my Isreaeli music dot com, and we'll hear from UCLA Ramona minute and Shlomo Artzi one of the biggest stars of yesteryear along with owner. Adam one of the biggest song stars of this year. Can't talk today. They collaborated on a great song. And by the way, Shlomo Artzi, you if your check our website, my Isreaeli, music dot com Shlomo has been answering questions from fans, and who are also been questioned to him via social media. He's been doing a few years on YouTube answering all of those questions, and it's actually pretty cool. If you can understand the Hebrew check that out at my Isreaeli music dot com. My name is Josh Ron you are tuned to Israel, our radio continuing with the other star of tonight's concert in New York City at town hall, this this is the smash hit by repo. This song has been all over the. Radio in Israel, and is not slowing down anytime soon. It's called live Shelley. Any kurdish? My oh, she pharma. Komo so firm. Two million. Vandal voting. Shovel please. That. Abeche? Misspending, emma. Michelle kiss Golkar shabby, man. Share any clownish? Nah, Switzer Shammas assumption. Shipping. Vandal? Can't be. I guess. Chevy. Shimmered clicks. Vince shades. Down shelhah show. Can't be. Meshack? Shanti? Bad. Michelle shake. Cannot wait to see him tonight. It's Yishai REBA with live Shelley Israel, our radio cerita Dodd has released a brand new song in Israel this week. She's partnered with producer over new seem to put out a song called Shufu ni which as I understand it as the naval of an adult website. Please explain this to me. Thank you. Cold. It's. Hero since your food. Love school. Visit. Spots. Messy. Hispanic? Let me. That if these. Has made is going up. This. Is. This. Have. Who? Israel, our radio eleven when our listeners suggest music to me that I wouldn't have otherwise heard of. And I it's just great when people discover music and send it to me that was the case with Mason. Who sent me this great song from an artist group called gun. Never. That's what I thought. It was called the song is fantastic. It's called sig rules gun for Mason, Israel, our radio. And. How great is that song? It's israel. Our radio is an artist. A group named Nevet gun. Nivea is the name of the group with Zad groove before that's cod with Shufu ni before that I read in concert tonight in New York City final tickets at my Israeli music dot com. Also in Los Angeles on Tuesday and Miami on Thursday, along with the so-so cool, not time, go Hsien cannot wait he shy repo nuts on Gordon with in concerts. And you re but we heard today on Israel radio with Shirley. My name is Josh Ron I am. So glad that you're tuned in to Israel our radio. I am having the time of my life. Putting out these amazing videos on YouTube. I hope you will check them out. If you haven't done so already there, aren't we also put them directly on Facebook. And it's called his Rayleigh music today. I come up with a few stories that are hot and important in the world of Israeli music. And I talk about them on our own. Almost deli YouTube show Isreaeli music today. What I would really love from you. If you enjoy the show, please subscribe to our channel on YouTube. That would be a big big help to us. Subscribe to our channel on YouTube to make sure that you never miss an episode. We we would love to have you among the many subscribers of Israel, our radio on YouTube. We also posted on YouTube this week a behind the scenes studio tour of WR issue radio. So if you want to get a feel for the studio, I'm sitting in right now as well as the rest of the area that we've called home for the past twenty four years, and this show has called home since nineteen seventy six though, the station has changed just a little bit not as much as you might think. But the stations changed a little bit since nineteen seventy six and is going to have a major rehaul overhaul that the word overhaul coming this this spring and summer, we'll check out our studio tour on YouTube. I took you all over the place. You got to check it out our YouTube channel at just search for Israel our? Radio and you will see it we've gotten great feedback so far. Thank you so much coming up next is sung by a father and son. It is beautiful duet between father Ishai Levy and his son sheer Levy, I love it. I'm sure you will this is Yeesh Levy and sheer Levy with Masha who toll Israel, our radio Ranya music partially written by Rotem Cohen carry it is for you Israel. Our he's. Nicole? Does. The shell. Hush speak. Gump? He is book. Villalba to school. Would I shook the hanging? Hello. Double kill shot of about me. Conceal that so many shoddily double. My sister. My son. She don't. Sound? Deal. Eighty. The Little Rock. Pico? And he's he fuel crave. The book the shy. Touch up here. Local. They're unsure shove, Nicole. Cuffy cut Goksel male exile. Chefs. Hockey. Hello. This other will kill sure cub. Not calculate Gulf. So male. Shall has the? Stole it. It. Out the little cocoa, -sition Boca. Von. WFAN each occasion, we shall say. Indiana Jones Kinko feel about failure. I'll have the e-e-e-e-no bombie. Boy, the Oakland James Dean don't want them. I'll call. Up aid. Oppose. People on the team. He is the. Still tight. Semi's? The horse. Long time. Nothing. Your. Thought zone school. Vani moments. Call. Not. Not so less. Take without. Israel our radio. These guys will be in concert in New York City. I just discovered I am so excited. It is not Vaas share Israel, our radio hot Teague. Vice chased will be in concert on may thirteenth in New York. City. More details coming soon and my Isreaeli music dot com. Stay tuned for that. I love those guys that's called Sarah. And before that we heard from Ishai Levy, father and son sheer Levy mushoo Tove hot on the charts and Israel this week. And really really great song. Thank you so much for tuning into Israel our radio where prerecorded today, but I recorded just this morning. You're hearing it in eleven AM eastern WR issue dot org. I recorded it at about nine o'clock eastern at wwl radio studios here in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Thank you so much tuning in your request very much. Welcome at seven three two eight four four nine seven seven eight. That's our what's app number seven three two eight four four nine seven seven eight. Or at Facebook dot com slash Israel. Our operators are standing by waiting for your message say hi to the folks that Israel our radio, we would love to hear from you. We will continue with more great Israeli music believe it or not this song got more airplay on Isreaeli radio than any other song this week. It's no Curiel with an English song. Unfortunately drama. Kim Ella to do it. So. Is that it's only every every? Higher free. But yet. And how given. Saying that there, but you know. But we can. The bad, man. That. One of. Drum. On the dark side. Hides person. Itself and that can get in the way. But I'll be ready soon. We can. That. Junk. Strong. Breaking. Trump. Strong. One. The call. But. That is a great new song by Monica sex, Israel, our radio, it's called Lila dash before that Noah Curiel with a great song called drum. Again. I got to say that I think she's trying to make it big outside of Israel. We'll see if I'm right about that by seeing English music trying to expand her horizons just a little bit Esther. Rhonda's out with a new song in Israel. She calls it holiday, and it's great to see Esther rather. Singing more in Hebrew than English here. It is for you Israel, our radio. And she come. Israel our radio. It's Josh Rosen. Thank you so much for tuning in to the Israel. Our that was just a brand new song by Esther rod that called holid- by and will continue on today's show. We're prerecorded today. But having a great time playing great Israeli music. None the less we're going to continue with the hottest song and Israel this week. According to Gaga, lots radio this song was number one this week on the goggle weekly countdown. It's my marriage produced by Jordi written by Jordi and static. You've heard of all those guys and murky is the singer. This is called has Uca's. They base. That's. That's. Team. Who me? That's. These. So. Listened to Israel our radio on your Amazon echo. Just ask me. Alexa, play the Israel lower on tune in. And I will play the latest episode. Thanks for listening to Israel our radio. Hookah? Cod. Of cussing. Oh. Okay. Komo. Nima? Bats. She got going. The. Me. Because. Thank you. Panic. Thought. While we're on the topic of static and Jordi and Ben ori-. Of course, we thought we'd finished with this one one of my favorite all-time songs by static and Beltsov fori. This is called Zahov on Israel, our radio, my huge, thanks to all of you for joining us on today's show still gled- you're along for the ride by the way, big announcement to our show is rarely music today is now available as an Alexa skill. So if you have an Amazon echo, please enable it search for his really music today, and you will hear us on your flash briefing every single day with left to have you. Please review that on Amazon so more people can find out about his really music today on your Amazon echo. Check it out. We're back next Sunday at eleven AM big. Thanks Tamara filling in today and make sure that this show gets on the air. We'll see next time at Israel, our radio stay with us all week long at my Isreaeli music dot com. I'm Josh real. I'll let year. Thought. Flow.
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Full Episode: Friday, November 23, 2018
"Black Friday frenzy an estimated one hundred sixteen million Americans shopping for deals today. But the chaos at times spinning out of control customers, tearing close off shelves fighting over items in the aisles and in one mall, tragedy shoppers ducking deadly gunfire. Treacherous travel the bus flipping on icy roads the marching band scrambling to escape nearly fifty students taken to the hospital and the new storm. We're watching as millions of Americans. Get ready to venture home on the busiest travel day of the year climate change alarm, the stunning new government report from thirteen federal agencies warning that climate change will soon take a catastrophic toll on the United States crippling the economy and endangering lives after calling climate change off hoax. Well, this convince President Trump to take action the neighborhood brought a home completely destroyed by a massive blast. The search. For the missing. And what triggered the explosion recovery? Mission. The desperate efforts to retrieve the body of the US missionary killed on a remote island that angry tribe. Living in ancient isolation. And the final notes from the victims diary and Steph curry in a crash, the Golden State Warriors superstar sidelined on a California highway. The news tonight with David Muir. Good evening and thanks for joining us on this day after thanksgiving. I'm with Johnson in for David Muir. We begin tonight with the black Friday frenzy. An estimated one hundred sixteen million shoppers hitting the stores bedlam in the isles of some of the nation's biggest retailers shoppers fighting regards at this Victoria's Secret and Chattanooga, Tennessee, deep discounts triggering a free-for-all bargain-hunters this Georgia. Walmart wrestling over pots and pans commotion veering out of control at an Alabama mall shoppers. Scrambling for safety as gunfire rings out. ABC's GIO Benitez starting off. Tonight. Those doorbuster deals at times creating chaos. Look at this crush of shoppers in Chattanooga. Victoria's Secret peach store the stampede over sherpa. Jackets, people seen shoving each other one sales rep climbing on a table to escape the ground. In georgia. Walmart two women fighting over pots and pans one refusing to let go. But the u fori over black Friday shopping turning deadly in Alabama after a fight turned into a shooting at this mall. There has been got fired. The shooter killed among the injured a twelve year old girl, but the tragedy in Alabama side for the rest of the country shopping today was mostly peaceful long lines of customers that stores from Maryland to Florida to Texas an estimated one hundred sixteen million spending their holiday dollars today alone. This year's black Friday could be the biggest since twenty eleven in Myrtle Beach this frenzy over TV's again, one of the deeply discounted big ticket items attracting buyers the average shopper expected to spend more than a thousand dollars. This holiday season of four percent from last year, a strong economy helping boost sales here in New York. The Russian Macy's herald square starting even before thanksgiving dinner was on the table. And today the steady stream of shoppers flooding into stores not letting up now why didn't you shop online? Why go through the hassles? He's I like seeing in person and trying it on and GOP. Benitez. Joining us live here in New York GIO. We saw the images in stores across the country, but many also shopping online today, and in some cases, major retail sites were not able to handle the heavy traffic. Yeah. We'll take a look right now. Because there was some trouble online. You've got the J crew website. It was down earlier today. J crew apologizing for that. And now take a look at the Lowes website. It was also down for some time. Now, this is important because experts believe that more than half of all holiday shoppers will be spending some money on line. And what remember you've got cyber Monday coming up tragedy stays away GIO Benitez. Our thanks to you tonight next to the dangerous weather system. Making for treacherous conditions as we approach the busiest travel day of the year on Sunday two feet of snow dumping on northern California's soda springs stalling I eighty mountain traffic nearby officials check for chains on tires and a bus full of students overturning on icy roads in Washington state, nearly fifty taken to the hospital. Here's whether anchor Sam champion tonight. Terrifying. Moments for the university of Washington marching band are more injury from harbor the college musician. Traveling on interstate ninety to a football game when their bus went off the road and overturned that claim out of it in which is kind of dangerous as well. Icy roads temperatures hovering near freezing forty seven people taking a nearby hospitals. Luckily, none of the injuries are believed to be life-threatening. Meanwhile in the northeast millions of black Friday shoppers battling frigid conditions temperatures again, dropping more than twenty five degrees below normal in some spots. Sam joining us now and Sam those temps set to go up your monitoring that new system that may impact millions heading home from the holiday. That's right now, it's been a frigid forty eight hours in the northeast last four to eight hours. But here's the good news about that. If you were standing right here. Twenty four hours from now, it'll be twenty degrees warmer now, let's track that storm you're talking about. It's moving across the country. The next one it's the same one that put those icy roads in Washington state now when you look at it doesn't look very focused or put together, but it will it will get stronger as it moves into the center of the country. So it's a narrow and tents band of snow ice possibly even white out conditions, and you could take that from Kansas. The worst weather all the way into Illinois as well. Now, we know that folks are going to be traveling from the west coast back home after the holiday weekend. So the airports that are most likely to be involved in this next round of snow are going to be Denver, Kansas City and also Chicago wit. All right Sam, we know you'll be tracking. Thank you now to the shocking Blache shattering the quiet of Minnesota neighborhood that home exploding into splinters the moment. Captured on surveillance video rescuers searching through the wreckage for the injure, here's ABC's, Alex Farris tha. Tonight investigators in Saint Paul Minnesota working to pinpoint what triggered this massive home explosion captured unsurvivable video. Start fire. The powerful blissed leveling the hosts, debris everywhere. First responders sifting through the damage looking for possible victims. Six hundred teams. Rescuing one men who was in the home his feet sticking out of the rubble. He was rushed to the hospital windows of nearby houses shattered. The explosion rocking the entire neighborhood, damaging several other homes. Two of them condemned at least eleven people displaced wit about forty first responders recall to the scene the ATF no on site as investigators work to figure out what exactly causes explosion with Alex Perez. Thank you. Now, the new climate change report just released thirteen federal agencies ramping up urgent warnings of severe threat to America's health and economy the staggering findings released in the middle of a holiday weekend. Some questioning that timing tonight. Here's ABC's Qena Whitworth this year's deadly wildfires and monster storms terrifying signs of things to come. According to tonight's dire new assessment from thirteen federal agencies government, scientists warning the impacts of climate change are intensifying climate related threats to Americans. Social and economic well-being arising from coast to coast, President Trump who once called climate change a hoax has made a priority of rolling back environmental regulations to nine climate change. But it could very well. Go back, but the administration's own scientists now say significant immediate action is required to avoid substantial damages to the US economy environment and human health among their alarming predictions for the southeast stronger hurricanes and more frequent flooding for the midwest and agricultural catastrophe extreme heat destroying crops. Ten percent of the country's gross domestic product gone by the end of the century, hundreds of billions of dollars lost and in the west fire dangers exploding or an extreme climate change right now, we're doing all that we can to prevent incidents and mitigate incidence. Save lives. The president witnessing the effects firsthand. Hand the gene that the station of change your opinion at all and climate change resident. No, no. But this week he was still in denial with the east coast in a cold snap. The president tweeting whatever happened to global warming and went late tonight. The White House pushing back on the government's own scientists saying their conclusions are largely based on the most extreme scenario. Also wants us skepticism about why the administration decided to release the report on a holiday weekend. Whit Kate Whitworth. Our thanks to you tonight, next to what's being called a humanitarian crisis in Tijuana, Mexico. The mayor of that city asking the UN for help in dealing with some five thousand migrants now arriving there part of the caravan fleeing conditions in Central America, all this as the president threatened to shut down the border. If necessary ABC White House correspondent Tara Palmeri with the president reporting from West Palm Beach tonight. In Tijuana tonight. Mothers and their children huddle under blankets just feet from the border. The mayor declaring a humanitarian crisis as nearly five thousand Central American migrants. Wait to apply for a Silom in the US, President Trump threatening to shut down the border completely, and we will close entry into the country for a period of time until we can get it under control. The whole voter. I mean, the whole border. The president said the military stands ready to stop the migrants after they're going to use lethal force given the okay they have to they don't have to. But Defense Secretary James Madison. Cysts US troops are simply there to backup border patrol and will likely be armed with plastic. Shields and batons not guns. Tear Paul Mary joins us now from West Palm Beach and terror. There's also news tonight on the Muller investigation. Word of another potential plea deal in the works. That's right. Wait, a controversial conservative writer director home court. He was a close associated President Trump's longtime confidant Roger stone confirmed ABC news that he's gonna go sheeting a clean deal with the special counsel's office, the special counsel of looking into whether stone coordinated with WikiLeaks to publish hacked DNC emails wit. All right. Tara. Thank you next to the bizarre and tragic story involving a young American missionary dying at the hands of an ancient tribe. Living in isolation. Efforts intensifying tonight to retrieve his body ABC foreign correspondent James Longman with the new details tonight. Authorities are struggling to figure out how to retrieve the body of a young American missionary from this remote island in the Indian Ocean. Twenty six old Joan Chow so to have been killed as he rival a north sentinel island by tribe. That's denies in isolation. That the sixty thousand years and is hostile to own outsiders. Officials believe he bribed local fishermen to take in that illegally. Dropping him off at the shoal inex- from child's journals published by the Washington Post, the oral Roberts university graduate rights that a tribesman sheltered him with an arrow pissing his waterproof bible. You guys might think I'm crazy and all this. He wrote in his lost message to family, but I think it's worthwhile to declare Jesus these people I didn't go. I don't want to die when fishermen return two days later, they sold child's body lying on the beach. It's fit he'd been killed by bow and arrow desire was to they friend them a brought gifts to them. But unfortunately, as we now know that didn't happen, then we little is known about north sentinel. Not even what the tribe calls itself. How many they're all all language? They speak contact with this engine lease is forbidden fit of spreading disease among them, which then not immunized getting chows body off the island without putting them and the rescue party out risk. Is proving complicated with a difficult for the family, James Longman? Thank you, a new development backyard hall on the future of transgender military personnel. The Trump administration renewing request to the supreme court to bypass the traditional process and take on the issue. Immediately. Federal judges have so far prohibited. The president's ban on transgender servicemen and women from going forward and moving now to the winner-take-all showdown on Vegas, golf course. Between two of the biggest rivals and the game tiger versus Mickelson ABC's. Adrian banker on the match. Tiger versus Phil did not disappoint. It. Also didn't end on eighteen holes. The sudden death match continued in the dark with Mickelson finally winning the nine million dollar prize at the exclusive shadow creek golf course in Las Vegas. I don't really think too much about the stroke. I just kind of look at the target first of all he just admitted doesn't really think much. Yes. I met with them before the highly anticipated showdown. Done. He made it look pretty and for the first time tiger and Phil are wearing microphones. Everything's uncensored. Is that going to get in your head tiger? Well, I have more Mike's around me. Play playing this match back and forth. Reminiscent of their rounds at the master's Mickelson's triumph in two thousand and four Tigers two thousand five win and fills rebound in two thousand six with the jacket on me. You guys were meant to be. This was meant to me. What was ill-fated the purchasing site for the event had a technical glitch? And organizers decided to stream the event online for free causing some frustration for viewers who paid, but what a show in the end Mickelson dominates after an intensely close and exciting match and Adrian banker is with me. Now, just incredible to watch these two going ahead and some big money side bets in play as well. That's right fill in tiger both making these big bets. We're talking six figure amounts at individual holes. This is an addition to the nine million dollar purse. The good news is that those side bets. All that money is going to charity fun to watch at a great cost. Absolutely hadrian. Thank you. There's still much more ahead here on world news tonight this Friday, Steph Curry's crash on a California highway the NBA superstar in a collision with two different vehicles spinning out of control. What may have caused the crash plus fees on wheels slam by police? The dramatic take downs caught on. Dashcam? Why officers say this helps prevent violence, and if you didn't get enough door busting deals as black Friday, just wait record sales. Maybe just a click away. Do you spend the night tossing and turning are you dealing with a stiff neck and back for months if you're struggling to get a good night's sleep? You've gotta try purple mattress. 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But with record sales set for cyber Monday, the biggest deals the deepest discounts may be yet to come. Here's ABC's Linsey Davis. It's the ultimate black Friday sale at JC Penney. If today's black Friday deals aren't enough cyber Monday is just around the corner with seventy five million Americans expected to shell out a record seven point seven billion dollars. Amazon is hoping to score a big piece of that pie launching their full week of deals tomorrow. Save up to fifty percent on apparel from land's end Puma and new balance. Cyber Monday has amazing deals on toys and apparel. Expect to see discounts of up to fifty to sixty percent off. And in some cases, seventy percent off starting Monday. Walmart. Will deliver. This Samsung fifty eight inch smart HDTV for two hundred twenty dollars off this kitchenaid mixer nearly half off on EBay with a one hundred ten percent price-match guarantee considering a holiday getaway websites like sky scanner will round up the best cyber Monday flight deals from across the internet. One thing to remember this holiday season price. Checking apps are your friends. Absolute Hamill Kimmel camel and price waiter will take a look at the price of the product. And then compare them to websites like Amazon to make sure you are getting the best deal out there with our Lindsay Davis. Thank you to the index and to Steph curry sideline in a car crash. The Golden State Warriors star slammed twice in a multi car pile up on highway twenty four and Oakland. One car spitting out and striking Curry's Porsche a second vehicle then rear ending him. I would patrol saying slick rainy roads likely played a role. Thankfully, everyone walked away on injured turning overseas now to fees on we. Heels and new tactics to take them down. Take a look at this police in London releasing dash Cam showing the moments they ram suspected moped robbers and dangerous drivers police say tough moves like these help stop criminals in their tracks and could make them think twice before their next offense and back here at home in Mandeville, Louisiana, one couple has a few extra reasons to be thankful this year more than a million. In fact, finding that they hold a winning lottery ticket. They had forgotten a one point eight million dollar prize. Incredible luck in case anyone needs incentive for that holiday cleaning, finally tonight, America's strong these secret. Good Samaritans spreading joy to so many this holiday season. They're giving spirit making wishlist come true. Here's A B C's, John Don van the gift is a surprise always kind of like surreal. It would said, oh, no balance do or whatever. And then it was really a reality. People. Go to make an installment on a store layaway plan. People like Julie gate. Endure be Vermont only to find out that some anonymous person has covered the whole Bill for them. I get goosebumps thinking that that is true. Magic of Christmas. It's not clear where and win this practice. Got started these secret Santa's of layaway, but it has never been more of a thing than it is right now and has even involved into a crowd sourced practice. A nonprofit called Pai away the layaway all of our. Takes donations large and small from the public, and then pays off layaway plans for things like kids clothes and books and toys, anonymity is usually key one guy who spent more than ten thousand dollars doing this last year would only give his first name Charlie trying to bring some some happiness to people and the man who paid Julie Gatesville the other day she actually met him in the store and snapped this photo of him from behind. She saw him paying lots of people's bills and she said to him. This can't be who can afford to just pay for everyone's layaway. And he said Santa Claus Ken his gift a surprise. And the surprise. That's the gift John donvan, ABC news and that true holiday spirit. Thank you for watching. I'm with Johnson in New York for David and all of us here. We hope you had a great thanksgiving have a wonderful weekend and good night. Dressed out by politics addicted to your phone or just plain stuck in your own head. I'm here to help this Dan Harris from ABC news. And I have a podcast called ten percent, happier. We talked to all sorts of meditation gurus and also celebrities who meditate or wanna meditate on the podcast. You will hear incredible personal stories. And also, you'll get practical advice that could transform your life. Listen for free on apple podcasts or on your favorite cast app.
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"Support for this episode is brought to you by Chirpy Bird Health I._T.. Consulting chirpy Barrett helps clinicians and their highest possible score to maximize their Medicare reimbursements welcome to the hit like a girl podcast where with each episode we hear from different women experts in the health I._T.. Industry we like to hear about what makes them tick how they overcome challenges work. They're proud proud of advice. They would give to other women health I._T.. And much more I enjoy Rios and I'm Robin Roberts. Macfarlane is here today and we are talking about her experience with raising money from investors to explain clean parts of blockchain works KRISTA raised seven point two million dollars today she educates us on how companies changing the way patients get in use their healthcare records join us she shares her background and how she felt compelled to be part of next level technology off the lutely though high every fall in the financial picture Tori <hes> and we we are empowering users with actionable insights to their data so what that may be empower patience or you know otherwise known as consumers with their health data to meet meet health goals and live you know achieve healthier outcome. I'm in on the other end <hes> we sell into enterprises <hes> better system in managing their clinical and financial workflows through that data aggregation where using you know blockchain technology infrastructure for our data share and initiative which before our company you know we're able to achieve date interoperability and liquidity wow those are that's all of those are termed but I think that probably three of us maybe understand but could you pick some time to walk through what that means 'cause. I know that you guys do a lot of work in gunk chain and bug to hear a little bit more about that drought yeah so for the past year and a half. I would say about eighteen twenty months. We've really been focused on developing a proprietary private permission blockchain network. It's called T. twin that ah from which we are able to aggregate data you know with A._p._i.. That pushing poll information using H. L. Seven I was you know one of the standards out there for the transfer of health information across form and then we basically use our decentralize <hes> as we like to say distributed network which then stores replicas of this information so that touted governed by our blockchain's network using you know public private keep here's for which the end user or the parties that want to have accident information can actually get so you mentioned something something before that you are achieving interoperability and data liquidity for anybody to going online you know downloading and using the patient Tori average opt to tell us more about the consumer patient side of that what does that mean for them that there's interoperability and the chef de the liquidity yeah so in the you know the Wellm of the actual consumer that patient <hes> you know there's case that he's out there that they cost little the WanNa show information with patients because there's urge risks Aaron but our goal is to really now we see regulation coming out especially one in California that says you have patients outcrop access to their healthy but a lot of this right now you know is pretty much hard to achieve because of legacy systems that exists in the space especially when we look at different electronic medical records you know they don't talk to each other so there's an issue of not only get access to get the data but then looking at it from your perspective of Okay my get in the state and what type of format Eda you know Jason. They're all different types of format the what our company looks at is actually aggregating that information and then being able to display it back to the user whether or not it came from dame or different legacy infrastructure and then in terms of Beta liquidity for enterprise products and consumer as well where we're employing a lot of algorithm predictive analytics how that definitely have to have clean data data find like to say to be able to accurately run in display the desired outcome and looking at clinically you know we're not trench went into the issue of yeah misdiagnose someone or having multi data <hes> dependent on on how the algorithms were all right so this is all super technical stuff I my first job was checking out of customers or target. It was the first job I fifteen years old. I was a cashier. How did you get here today and maybe we're in checking people out of target support your life? That sounds like you were doing probably something significantly more sophisticated than where I began so how many years ago but tell tell us what preceded all this stuff. That's a good question I would say my first job with actually helping my parents start and run a restaurant and that was interested in it so to Arago business and then you know my passion was really medicine and find it definitely was premature wanted to go into medicine decided to take a deterrent and focus on the business and business application of healthcare which led me into helped your technology so coming up you know starting out doing research in New York City at Medical Albert Einstein and then from there you know started to work in the hospital environment so whether like outreach operation went to business school and and did a lot more consulting in healthcare which led me into technology piece and then went into a Khokar start up right now early on after I did business school. which was the Telemedicine Company and with the consultant I did with like e._M._r.? Until the implementation you know I was really able to be different aspects of this industry and you know where the pain points where where issues where her <hes> and a lot of it right now you know in the focus of patient oriental and how I heard Fishing Tori is really on the of data access and I mentioned again pretty and how we're really able to not even not overall. We're all empower the system the industry but also individuals like right now the chronic disease issue in the United States. It's significant in it grows tremendously every year I mean over two-thirds of the population has one or more chronic services for in a country that so advanced technology so it's basically be with you know that we also developed the redevelopment is looking. At how can you technology and data to help people people would of what's up well. It's really good to hear that you're used your experience of understanding okay well. What is what are the actual needs in the industry? And how can I help from there to basically inform what product or what solution that you were going to have to help and we've seen quite a few people kinda go from the other angle where they like. Oh I created this new technology or this new APP or something and try to fit it into healthcare and so it sounds like you've taken at least a smart approach and saying okay what is it that folks actually need and how can I my skill set to get them that and especially in a safe insecure and technologically savvy way exactly they've been in long journey. They're having had patiently been around and and do you have any success stories around like some of the patients are consumers that are using your application. Yeah I mean so we've been around coming up a little over three years <hes> for ears so we pray pretty around before blockchain with a thing and hope there and that was definitely a town in time. He has healthcare organizations or like whether you're talking about success stories he asked me. Have you know very vibrant community. We're we're invaded now so we have like our community who is able to give feedback and how they're really excited about. Something like the coming on the market. You know especially looking at other solution that have come up throughout the years. I wasn't able to achieve again. You know that true integration and they need a very actually create a valuable date patient information gathering solution yeah for it's been pretty ah so Chris it in starting this up and all that excitement big part of this was you raise the over seven million dollars in just a few days at the age of twenty seven. Can you tell us about bad experience. They got the they got the fiscal backing that started or maybe accelerate yeah yeah. I think that's definitely accelerate as mentioned before that you know culture organizations are not really thinking about that and I think that event actually bond even more spun up doc in the space and other companies so I think back in twenty seventeen actually coming up on two years ago now. We're the first company to do something called the token sale for a healthcare company for healthcare products where we were able to issue token which is really a utility of the blockchain <hes>. It's used to purchase more storage for storing private health information on the network we she'd that we were able to build a community of over were five thousand in in less than three months we had over eighteen hundred people she contribute she that crowd fund event for which we are able to raise over seven million dollars which helped to bark business developments as well as marketing the company that is huge. What did an accomplishment seriously you just? I don't know jump up and down. Scream 'cause like I can imagine going through the journey of trying to apply for large sums of money and then getting getting the green light and just being like Oh my God. This is a game changer. Did you feel like it was a game changer for you. It was definitely why you know the next day I was actually on a plane when it happened you know that was like checking everything before boarding by so weren't there yet mind off the plane and then the next day. I was like Oh man. This is the real work actually so it was definitely a lot chasing after that. Can I ask you a question and as a young woman in this space and we were just a major health conference where people were talking about the type of demographic that is usually saturating the healthcare and health I._T.. Space you with an individual individual are really kind of contrary to the type of person that the factory base and so tell us what it was like to do that and have that accomplishment or maybe I did it ever feel challenging gene or do you feel like any sort of imposter syndrome. Did you hear from people or was it religious a a lot of love and support yeah well. It's all across the board is definitely a lot of support. I mean at the end up and they have a lot of from the city of Atlanta date on other areas well. I definitely an Anomaly Idaho me e what I'm doing more work of my passion and what I want to be really transform in industry. I actually had a question a couple of weeks ago an interview tribus. They're like you're like the youngest C. O. and hope care and it's not only that you're you're minority or woman and meet me. Don't see that in Health I._T.. Much less healthcare industry. It's rarely now compared to other industries but you know on the flip side have definitely definitely able to make positive relationships in the space that has helped you build our momentum and drive with business forward fax phenomenal. I've also seen like you you know more female more minority just listened for my Fori and and the buses I've had starts to take that lead you know and the rest in building their own companies in health care 'cause before that they're like. You know we don't really yeah demographic in the space. It's hard especially when they go to raise money for investors when we definitely see the narrative team bits so. Did you actually go through that process. Did you go like do the rounds <hes> you know meeting investors and look in the eye and ask him for money and how was that I'm genuinely curious. Yeah I still do that and I did that. When the company started a lot of it you know we definitely brought on by a lot of rejection early? On especially for emerging technology they justed busters. Were like you know when the it's not something they had experience or heard about before which is fine even with the healthcare investors. They're like you know he's too early for them so it was definitely that with a lot of projection but we were able to be creative and smart about it and come up with the new strategy. It's very impressive so just pretty much to you like congratulations. It's on such a huge accomplishment and being able to turn around and see Ya and see that you know the work that you've done and the work that you're doing is really inspiring to others because it is really important to see yourself represented out there in the world. You know to feel like yet. That's something that I can do. I totally admire what you've done. So just another feather your cap I found you and I was reading about you. Would somebody kind of interview a Q. and A. Her Forbes but you also regular contributor for Forbes in the healthcare space. Can you talk to us about that. Yeah actually just started with Forbes my I was like Ma last month. They asked me contributor about eight a month ago and I was like okay. I'm pretty busy and I finally got around to start right in but I had been covered by a lot of their writers. Even from before we started to raise money they're just like Oh. This is green innovation and no one telling this story corey where we went to highlight you and then they're like can you be our basically writer or blockchain and healthcare and crypto and what's going on in the base as a subject matter experts which I quietly I enjoy doing as they said you know. Not a lot of people understand the safe and really breaking it down and being able to tell that story than for it if we're going to have more people committed to work in the industry and the not transformation complaints and so in the last last couple years I mean so you started down this journey in two thousand seventeen. I heard that you know not this year him but the year before blockchain was one of the keyword it was going around similar to interoperability but he feel like healthcare has made a a lot of progress in change based in the time that you've been in it even just select two years yeah locklear. Definitely I've seen just the Progress I started the company twenty sixteen and it was nonexistent so oh twenty fifteen we have H._H._S.. Come out with like a call for white papers but no one was still really thinking about it. We went to hymns actually twenty eighteen and they had about sessions like two or three. I'm the subject and they didn't have a dedicated space for boxing at all. I actually was one of the early on members of the him blockchain work group which is now test or started with four people now. It's like over eighty people in less than a year and a half so you know they're not just in that one organization but we've seen companies in healthcare starts to build actual blockchain teams distributed ledger team so I think the groundwork is definitely being established and the framework definitely being established yeah. It's going pretty far especially short short period of time. That's great well. That's changed into our second question which is basically if you could could on a magical hat and think of any sort of Utopian future in which any problem could be fixed with the snappier fingers and specifically in Healthcare Health I._T.. You could solve anything magically or not. What would it be in why hi this is in healthcare cracks he yes please? I mean you could ask for real peace but you know we're really thinking yeah. That's a good question I know one of the the biggest thing you know why we have problems are healthcare so if I would love anything in healthcare it would be and I don't Wanna come off as like universal socialist but you know some form arm of entity or organization where regardless of or not if you have health insurance you can actually call of either you know and they can do house houses it so I think with our current health industry. I think you know the the problem the issue of just access to healthcare from a shortage of doctors too short end of nurses. You know you have rural versus urban in the party aid that exists with the quality and availability of healthcare services. That's something yeah either should definitely be like a program where you know. I don't know like fifteen percents. <HES> lated problems healthcare professional uh-huh or something like that. I think that is a very admirable. I think accent is just some in that is so fundamental because that's it's really kind of step one A. and their transaction between a clinician and the patient into darker impatient so I I think that makes a lot of sense but I think there's there's a lot of great technology also trying to help facilitate that as well yeah yeah hopefully soon right yeah soon like yesterday but yeah so Krista we are also creating a reading list for our hit like a girl podcast listeners. Is there anything you read or listen to or maybe something that's impacting you fiction nonfiction that you would like to tell her listeners about. I'm such a generalist reader so I definitely love the alchemist and because I'm GONNA tax base I try to plan for. Four and read about other people successes other people failures whatnot do I'm actually listening on audible bad blood secrets and lies and like a Silicon Valley startup. That's pretty interesting read. I read a lot of just like hope your Bar Segue <hes> I know him say author Great Book about the Future of Healthcare Technology in twenty years I think about it definitely agree restored. If you're thinking about strategy in healthy and were everyone really working for. That's good those are all good. I think we've heard several of those before and bad glad I haven't read it but the theranos story which is kind of like a nonfiction but still a bit of a thriller if I understand yeah well that does that great suggestion if somebody's wanted to find you online or get involved with patient Tori holidays you show so I lead her son McFarland. It's also at Christmas Amelia but my handle they press McFarland all linked in excess Macfarlane. You can follow the patient patient nation Tori company on twitter you know lengthen as well Al are telegram channel <hes> you know and be part of our community there and slack channel when you think definitely read our blog on our our website and you know our latest greatest news at patient Tori from thank you and I actually I've follow question. Did you think hologram telegram. That's like it's like Crypto blockchain. I mean so it's like the industry easy because people have like group. You know some people were part of groups. That's like ten thousand people have we should know about what I feel like. I should know about now yeah well. You can join definitely on our website if you go to fish dot COM <hes> and scroll down to connect section where we list all of our social ones. That's awesome Intel. You're the first thing I've also heard who introduces invites people to join their slack channel that I understand that correctly they have less access. We have a we have a public lock and we also use it internally or are works features but it it through Ah Channel but as I mentioned we had community over twenty thousand people around over three thousand are actually on block where they can actually up the company team questions so it's like our version. It's an ongoing that's awesome. I've never heard of anybody doing it quite like that and now you've got me intrigued like I'm GonNa go check out today. I love that you have like the patient at the center of that level communication patient to have that is engagement. I think in doing so that's really kind of redefined it. It sounds like you really engaged there to be responding to them too. Yeah Yeah so we have a community manager. You know when we had first oursel- right so it was definitely a job. We'd get over two hundred messages per day but that's actually pretty impressive as far as engagement if you've got two hundred people that are interested in your services. I don't care what it is. You're selling even if it's ice cream crane like that's pretty impressive. Hey Chris Scott follow question so everybody's talking about this data and who owned that right because it isn't that what is your Personal Paik on who owned data how it should it'd be share. 'CAUSE everybody wants to every company wanted shared unless we're talking about. There's what's your take on doesn't belong to the consumer. Does it belong to whatever technologies they're connecting with does a collectively blocked them. What's your what's your personal view well? My personal view is trying to take the Middle San it definitely belong to the person who generates that you know right. Now you go into the hospital. You don't own that data but you definitely definitely should have the right to be able to access it and keep that data information because you generated it. It's your information whether or not you know what it means right. I think we as I mentioned earlier. I think we have to get to a point where some patients pattern that information is. <hes> is not is not a good thing so we definitely have to get to a middle ground where we're able to in a third party interpret that information and shirt with individuals so that it can actually achieve positive action positive results for that information for the individual on the flip side you know company. They always want access to information. I think this is where we get into the heart of marketplace where if you want information okay you know you're going to have to have some consent to it and then tie that information to of value so you know be able to pay for that information given a new have the access and the clearance to be able to use it and see it yeah no I don't buy consent on the front end but time that information to a- value and I think you know to that and granted they generated and whether or not they know what it means right but also when you're engaging with that technology there is he utilize of corporate utilization of it there is that going on so I think being cognizant that is is good especially if you believe the value derive ultimately you know being used by the corporation of our values for them is also relied on thanks to enter that you're sharing in that that's really cool so thank you so much for sharing those more about Asian Tori Inc and what you guys are doing in congratulations. It sounds like it's been quite a whirlwind journey to this point but you're definitely making waves. Thank you again for having me really appreciate it and thank you for listening to the hit like a girl podcast. If you want to know more about it or this guest checkout her website at it like like a girl pod dot com while you're at it if you found value in this episode we'd appreciate a rating on I._T.. Or simply tell a friend you can also connect with us on twitter or Instagram at the handle it like a girl pod.
Big Breakups and Pricier Apples
"Thanks to slack for supporting market fully slack. His the collaboration hub for work that make sure the right people in your team or always in the loop. In key information is always at their fingertips. Learn more at slack dot com. It's Tuesday, November twenty seven welcome to market foolery. I Matt Greer and joining me in studio, we have motley four endless Andy cross and Ron gross gentlemen. Welcome. How we feel in today? Great post thanksgiving all doing great the little full. Oh my gosh. I made the mistake of stepping on the scale. Right. When I got back rookie move total rookie. You gotta give the body a little time to adjust. Oh, yeah. I mean waterway. Still eating leftovers guns though done. I still got an all day where some stuffing left and some pies. Or we're going to dig into some business news. How'd you like that? They're good work. We're gonna talk Amazon and apple, but guys let's kick off with a story about United Technologies. This is an industrial manufacturing giant, Andy a lot of people don't know this name United Technologies, but they may know the brands like carrier and Otis as in the elevators will United Technologies is splitting itself up into three companies. One company will be called. Yes. United Technologies that will focus on aerospace. A second company Otis maker of elevators escalators and the third company carrier. Yes. Heating, a C. So Andy, what's behind the break-up here? Well, this is the worst kept secret. On Wall Street. I think this has been in the news and rumored for at least a year action. The company's been talking about trying to unlock shareholder value that that euphemism for a couple of years now. Now, they finally announced it they just acquired Rockwell Collins. Twenty three billion dollars, and they talked about after that acquisition. It might be time to spend split up the company and now they are. So they're split into three different companies one hundred billion dollar company maxes is not a small company, and it's actually very well. We're on the operating margins and returns on capital or very good for industrial companies, not the fastest growing thing in the world. But this an example of we see what's happening with Honeywell another competitor of theirs. We see the disaster General Electric, and what's going on there. That's now a sixty six billion dollar company. So it's smaller than United Technologies is and these are companies that are trying to get more nimble faster able to to operate in growing markets and deliver for shareholders what they may want. So if you want aerospace now, you have an opportunity to invest just an aerospace same with elevator same with the businesses which are both very good businesses. Not the fastest growing businesses. But good business. I think this is actually a good move for shareholders. I don't know if I'd be buying this doc now ahead of this spin offs. And split ups. I may just wait to see to be able to pick which one I want to buy in also determined. We have to see how they spin off. They they do have a lot of debt on the balance sheets. We figure out how that's going to get distributed among the companies and figure out what they're going to do with the dividends depending on your dividend hunter or not because United Technologies does pay a two point two percent dividend. So it it does for dividend secret. It does matter which companies you own on that regard. I agree. I think this makes good sense long been pushed by Dan 'love over third point a pretty well known activist investor who is famous for. I don't know things like yahu Nestle Baxter lots and lots of different large companies that he's gone after in the past sometimes the conglomerate model makes sense. And sometimes it doesn't it works in the case of a company like Berkshire Hathaway because it's very decentralized. And he he makes sure he keeps CEO's in place of each autonomous business unit, and they can run the way they always have in very centralized conglomerate. It's very difficult. It takes. It's totally different cost structure and operating structure to run an aerospace business versus a heating and air conditioning business. And so those often don't work so splitting it up is often the best way as Andy said to create your whole the value in Ron we were talking before the show, and you mentioned that your dad worked for an elevator company. But it wasn't owed. This was the only game in town that I'm racking my brain to recall, if they were competitor to or a supplier to Otis an I really can't remember in my younger days. But there was always a lot of elevators going on in my home, rails and wiring and cables, so I gotta ask your dad works for an alligator company or worked for elevator company. Do the job have a lot of ups. Oh. Nowhere to go. Just looking at these looking at these businesses Otis is the largest elevator and escalator operator by a large factor there thirty percent larger than the next nearest competitor. And it's a lot of high recurring revenues both these businesses, Otis and carrier. We we choir very little ongoing capital investments. So they've they're very profitable a profit margin or somewhere in the high teens, so they're already profitable. They don't grow particularly fast. But they're very stable business and are large businesses. We're talking like twelve eighteen billion dollar businesses in in sales per year. So they are large businesses smaller than the faster growing more exciting aerospace business, so to Ron's point like shed those. There's very little overlap get rid of those businesses. Let those teams go off and manage that let investors choose which ones they want to own. I do think it's interesting because you do see there are studies done about the value of spin offs. Eighteen months two years after the offs happened in how lucrative they can be for shareholders. So this is something I'm interested in watching which one actually does. Well over the next five years. Andy is right. That this is not a fast growing company, but it would have been a wonderful one. If you got in on the ground floor. Nice. Thank you. Thank you. I enjoyed eighties elevator pitch there. Oh, man. This show get better from here. Only go up. We're on the lobby people were moving up. Okay. Let's move onto a Wall Street Journal interview where President Trump suggested that the United States could slap ten percent tariffs on iphones and laptops, imported from China. Now, Ron ten percent tariff. That sounds like a lot. What would that mean for apple and Apple's business will first off? I don't think it will actually happen. I think it's a negotiating tactic a lot of bluster. This is not a political show. So I'm going to let everyone decide for themselves. What they think about that bluster. But I do think it's negotiating tactic. It's ahead of the g twenty meeting where they'll be further discussions with China about the tariffs and about our trade of trade war for lack of a better term. So I don't think is actually going to happen. But if it did certainly a company the size of apple could weather that storm, and they could do it by passing along price increase. To consumers, although I have a feeling they would not do that. They probably would eat it. Ten percent might translate. I've read some some research to around a billion dollar decrease in operating profit it wouldn't be permanent. That would be you know, maybe over a few quarters until things got worked out. So a billion dollars in total if it was twenty five percent tariff. Then of course, you're getting maybe triple that three billion or so in lost operating profit again apple company the size of apple could easily weather that storm. It would be certainly a loss in their earnings per share, which impacts valuation. But again, these are all short term concerns. If you believe in apple as a company you want to own for the next ten twenty years, you probably can just ignore it. Yeah. Agree with Brian. A lot of bluster right now coming from the White House, especially ahead of the g twenty meeting this Friday, and after the news with with a General Motors closing the plants and the frustrations that President Trump has with him and talking about them bringing. Job is back and not selling and manufacturing cars in China. So I think this is piggybacking on top of that trying to show. A little muscle ahead of meeting with the g twenty countries in on Friday. And you're you're hitting apple a little bit while it's downright. The stock has come under pretty decent amount of pressure. As most of the FANG stocks have but epilogue particulars down twenty two twenty three percent from from late August or early September of now, this kind of talk, you know, have has people kind of jumping on the bandwagon. Then selling apple of even more those are short term investors people who are more concerned about the stock going down five or ten percent in the near term rather than wondering where Apple's going to be five years from now. So again for foolish investors for long-term investors. I would be more concerned about whether apple continues to be an innovative company. Whether it's ecosystem is going to move forward continue to generate profits and worry less about what's going to happen over the next two three. Quarters. You know, it is interesting just to think about the pricing power apple has been able to raise the average selling price of the iphone dramatically of the last five years. Now, some of the units are up about thousand dollars. So whether they will decide if this happens, whether they they would keep it in just. Trying to figure out ways to offset that or if they would actually try to pass that onto consumers and ANC would consumers be willing to pay a little bit higher? We do know that. I phone sales have kind of just stagnating a little bit. And they've been able to make the revenue growth up on the pricing side, not necessarily unit side. I think I'm part of the problem because I have an iphone six s and I have no desire to get a new phone. What I will do is. I'm going to get the battery replace because I've already had to replace once. And now it's awful again. But I don't need a new phone. So are aren't they kind of the victim? Now. I mean, each new iphone, I know it's better, and it takes better photos and all that. But the the difference is so incremental at this point aren't there a lot of people like me who are like, you know, what I'm good with my phone, and I'm just going to change the battery. I think there are a lot of people like you that have maybe eight or eight s. A little bit at some point. They're going to stop supporting that seven nine hundred. I was a little bit behind. The should always just compare myself to MAC, and I think I looked better in pretty much true story. I was the last guy the Molly fool with the blackberry one of our Tex can we quit support him. You can't you just put that away. You have your palm pilot. I do not exactly before we get to our next door. I wanna mention slack. And I want to say thanks to slack for supporting market. Fori? Slack is a collaboration hub for work. Whatever work you do. And Ian, Ron we use slack every day here at the mommy full. Heck, we used it to plan today show, literally love it. Love it love. It it reduces Email it streamlines conversations and communication. Oh. Yeah. Slack. Also, great for productivity. True. Fact. True fact coworker of ours, Jill is homesick slapped her a question earlier today and she answered and I said that was just a test. You're supposed to be sleeping. Oh, wow. But say, you know, she's still working from home via slack. I'm using it right now slack also has a great mobile app. I have it on my phone the mobile up -solutely love them. Mobile and supported by phone six. Love slack slack where work happens. Learn more at slack dot com. That's slack dot com. Okay. Guys. A good start to the week for Amazon and a press release Amazon called cyber Monday, quote, the single biggest shopping day in the company's history with the most products ordered worldwide in quote, what does it mean? Well, it was a good. They coined a new term that I had not heard called the Turkey five. The sounds like a band, but it really really bad. Yes. Well, these were five very good days for Amazon the five days from thanksgiving, you're between thanksgiving and and cyber Monday clearly the expectations of Amazon to do. Well, where men now relative to what people may thought they didn't announce the dollar numbers, but clearly good day and for a company that has probably fifty percent near fifty percent market share of online sales days like this are very important. We know the the the value of singles day over in China to the likes of Alibaba, which I think centre record this year of more than thirty billion in one day sales. Estimates are somewhere around the eight billion dollars spent on cyber Monday. So if Amazon got about half of that that's four billion dollars in sales across Amazon's platforms, not bad not bad at all yet. They didn't release a lot of data. They just released a lot of big numbers. So it's hard to know. What they're so the Turkey five they did one hundred and eighty million items over those five days, which sounds like a big number. But I, you know, I don't know. No if people were expecting two hundred million or a hundred and fifty million and what that translates into dollars. Obviously sounds like a big number eighteen million toys more than thirteen million fashion items on black Friday and cyber Monday combined. These are obviously used numbers Amazon continues as Andy said to be the major online player here. Most most transactions are going through Amazon. You know, it's interesting. I did a little shopping this weekend and use Amazon bought bought one or two things across their platform used it as the Goto place rather than usually searching for Google a now just kind of go to Amazon, and what's interesting about that is how they are starting to really leverage that into other businesses including sale including advertising sales, which is going to be a really nice business for them. And we're already starting to see more and more advertising across Amazon's platforms. Estimates are that they're advertising business is going to grow more than the thirty five percent per year over the next five years up one investment Bank estimates. Up to twenty eight billion dollars revenues per year in five years. So as it continues to get more and more consumers to its platforms. They can leverage that used to be just AWS very important clearly, but they're gonna we're starting to see different value opportunities for Amazon outside of just traditional ecommerce sales. And we talk about Apple's ecosystem you can also talk about Amazon's as well. And you know, the three main growth drivers, I would have to say going forward are going to be prime which kind of primes the pump. If you will, you know over one hundred million people pay for Amazon prime right now. They recently raised the price from ninety nine dollars to one hundred nineteen dollars. People didn't really seem to bat an eye at that increase. And then as you said web services, and then advertising is really up and comer as well. Those three things prime web services and advertising. Really? I think the future growth drivers of Amazon so Amazon that advertising that comes I guess expensive, Google, right? Yes. So Google and Facebook are by far the largest online advertiser players in. Designed by has probably only round four percent of the of the total market and Facebook and Google the real giants in their through their various platforms. We know we know how hungry Jeff Bezos. And that team can be when they are the smaller fish going after larger players, especially going after their margin. So I'm actually a shareholder of Google and Facebook as well. And when I see that kind of market share and the potential for them to grow and the way they are using those advertising placements inside the Amazon platform both on judicial through your, laptops or computers as well as to their on through their mobile apps. You do think that's just going to be a really nice very profitable business for Amazon over the next five ten years. We talked earlier about apple stock getting smacked Amazon is also right there with it along with a lot of the other large tech stocks that kind of led the rally up until now Amazon's off about twenty two percents since September, I'm shareholder. It's not something. I worry about it's, you know, these things eb and flow. It had quite a run all of these stocks had quite a run. You certainly can't be depends when you bought obviously. But you can't be upset with what's happened over the last several years if you own any of these stocks, so it's something I continue to hold. I continue to be a proud shareholder. I don't worry about the the dips. Okay. So let's bring it back to cyber Monday. Andy, you mentioned you picked up a few things would you get why picked up on last night between about eleven and twelve just got in to get my my deal promos. I bought some things for the family for Christmas. But I did not yesterday. I did not buy on Amazon Friday. I did by Amazon Ron I bought a ton. Maybe literally of protein bars. Fifteen percent off cyber Monday sale. Think thin was the brand for those are interested the pretty tasty hybrid. And it sounds like you gotta deal. I got a nice teal. I bought too many of and. Just going to sit in my pantry and my wife is going to be like what happened here. But the I need to be a little cagey because I think my wife listened to the show. There's no way. At least you probably has not listened this long. You know, the more you buy the more you save. I love that. I was I some crocs because I only have I have one pair than I have a pair of imitation crocs that they're not good and an Amazon had nine dollars ninety nine cents crock. So I mean, they're basically you're making money essentially way. And then I'm like, you know, what I just can't get there. So then I looked at some fur-lined crocs, which are really nice, you know, the winter crocs. Yeah. But then I'm like, you know, what I got. I don't know if I can let myself go, I think good decision. Don't you think? Yeah. I also think you need a hobby. I want to know the decision making process behind getting the imitation crocs. Was it like a was like? Yeah. We'll tell you this and I'm a crock shareholder. I will tell you that. I thought you know, what crocs imitation crocs, they're all the same. So I pick these out for like seven dollars at CVS, and they're awful. They are not all the same. So if you think how difficult can crocs be crocs is like the secret formula to Coca Cola, and no one else can make across as it says prices what you pay values. What you get. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you're not I don't know what you're getting with my invitation. Pretty good. Okay. So let's close with by desert island poll. You should never invest this way. Just a fun fanciful way. I never use the word fan. So it's just a fun way. In the show, you're on a desert island for the next five years. And I present you with one of these stocks, which one are you going with? So we're gonna go ahead and break United Technologies. So you've got United Technologies Otis in carrier. And you also have apple Amazon. It's not so easy. Yeah. I'm gonna say Amazon. I'm gonna I'm gonna take off my value investor. Head dispute. And take evaluation out of the picture at I'm going to say Amazon as well. I think the avenues of growth that they have before them not just for the next five years. But the next ten or twenty years are pretty special and have to go with them though. You're gonna go otas because dot definitely goes. Because the stellar. Through the roof. Yeah. Oh, man. It's a free show. Just remember people. It is a free show market flory at full dot com is our Email. If you have any good elevator ponds that we did not cover. Then we want to hear your questions your comments market fully at full dot com. Ron and Andy, thanks for joining me as always people on the show may have interest in the socks. They talk about. And the motley fool may have formal recommendations for against so don't buy or sell stocks based solely on what you hear. That's it for this addition of market flurry, this show is mixed by Dan void, I'm Matt career. Thanks for listening, and we will see tomorrow.
Florence: Accademia and David
"The academia michelangelo's david michelangelo's david is the symbol of the renaissance when europe stepped out of medieval darkness and into the light of the modern world. Hi i'm rick steves. Thanks for joining me on a visit to florence is academia museum home of david a number of unfinished michelangelo statues and a handful of other interesting sites. Remember that the academia often has long lines to get in so consider consulting guidebook about getting a reservation in advance. You want allow about half an hour to do justice to this audio guided tour as we see michelangelo's most famous work as well as the so called prisoners that give insight into the sculpting process of this complex genius how to use this audio guide as you can see from the display window on your mp three player. Each of the academia's greatest hits has its own title and track number much like the song tracks of music cd. You can skip ahead or tailor your itinerary to your own tastes but navigating through the academia can be a bit confusing and it's easiest to just follow the tour in the order. I've laid out to help you along. I've invited my colleague. Lisa brown welcome lisa buongiorno. She'll give directions from one exhibit to the next be aware that as in any museum some exhibits may have moved or be out for restoration. Soapy flexible if you're taking this tour with my rick steves audio europe app. Don't miss its latest features. There are zuma maps showing the route and stop. These are viewable. While you listen a twenty-second rewind button allows you to catch something. You might have missed or vital directions. The second time and the speed button makes me talk. Faster chipmunk style you can read the actual script of this tour and if you'd like more information on the spot you can download our entire guidebook on this destination with a couple of clicks those following this tour on their ipod rather than with my fancier app may find that my guidebook to this place with its maps photos and exhibit titles can make following this audio tour easier. Now let's enter the academia and get started. Lisa take in. thanks rick. The tour begins with david. Enter the museum and pick up your ticket or reservation. Show your ticket turn left and look right down the long haul with david at the far end under a halo. Like dome yes. You're really here with david. Presiding at the alter the prisoners lining the nave and hordes of. Pilgrim's crowding into look you've arrived at florence's cathedral of humanism. Start with the ultimate michelangelo's david fourteen feet high gleaming white and exalted by the dome over his head. David rarely disappoints even for those with high expectations. Rick david by michelangelo bona roti from fifteen o four. When you look into the eyes of michelangelo's david you're looking into the eyes of renaissance man. This fourteen foot tall symbol of divine victory over evil reports the new century and a whole new renaissance outlook. This is the age of columbus and classicism galileo and gutenberg luther end lane ardo of florence and the renaissance in fifteen o. One michelangelo bona roti. A twenty six year old florentine was commissioned to carve large-scale work for the duomo florence's cathedral he was given a block of marble that other sculptors had rejected as too tall shallow in flawed to be of any value but michelangelo picked up his hammer and chisel knocked to not off what became david's heart and started to work approach. Closer to the statue. You'll find that no matter what angle. You view david frum. He's impressive the figure of david comes from a bible story the israelites god's chosen people are surrounded by barbarian. Warriors led by a buddhist giant named goliath. The giant challenges the israelites to send someone out to fight him. Everyone's afraid except for one young shepherd. Boy david armed only with sling which he's thrown over his shoulder. David cradles stolen the pouch sling and faces goliath in this carving michelangelo captures david as he's sizing up his enemy. He stands relaxed but alert leaning on one leg and a classical pose known as contra costa in his powerful right hand he fondles the stone ready to fling it at the giant. His gaze is steady searching with intense concentration. But also with extreme confidence. Michelangelo has caught the precise moment when david is saying to himself. I can take this guy note that while. Some scholars think david pose indicates. He's already slammed the giant others. Believe as i do that. Michelangelo has portrayed david preparing to fight the giant. that's why unlike depictions of david after the kill. This one doesn't show the giants severed head. David is a symbol of renaissance. He's no brute. He's a civilized thinking individual who can grapple with and overcome problems. He needs no armor only his god given body and wits look at his right hand with the raised veins and strong relaxed fingers many complained that it was too big and overdeveloped but this represents the hand of a man powered by the strength of god. No mere boy could slay the giant but david powered by god could and did look closely at david's head. Then compare it with the size of his body. The proportions are just a bit off. is he originally. The statue was commissioned to stand on the roof of the duomo but during the three years it took to sculpt they decided instead to place it the entrance of the town hall or palazzo vecchio. If david's head seems a bit big for his body it's because michelangelo had designed it to appear in the right proportion when seen from street level far below. The church rooftop when david was finished. The colossus was placed standing up in a cart and dragged across rollers michelangelo's workshop through the streets to the palazzo vecchio. There david stood naked and outdoors for three hundred and fifty years in the right light. You can see signs of weathering on his shoulders. Also note the crack. David's left arm where it was broken off during the fifteen twenty seven riot in eighteen. Seventy three to conserve the masterpiece. The statue was finally replaced with a copy and moved here. David now stands under a wonderful renaissance style dome designed just for him. David is interesting from every angle. Start from the front from this view. He's a picture of relaxed confidence now. Walk over to the right take about twenty steps or so. Then look back. So you're looking straight into his face gazing into his eyes from here. He seems a bit less shore as he furrows his brow and contemplates terrible giant now circle around back behind the statue as you squeeze behind it. Look up here from this vantage point. You can really appreciate the statues sheer size running down david's back you can see his sling slung down his one his his sling his sling lee said slung down. His back admire the perfect anatomy of his test. Back muscles and tight buns. If i must but i'm not too fond of his haircut kind of a renaissance mullet. Okay continue your circle when you reach david's right foot get really close to the plexiglass shields. Now it's time to focus on his toes. Take a close look because these were damaged. Nineteen ninety one when the statue was attacked by a deranged visitor. Now complete your circuit and then back up far enough so you can take in the whole statue one last time. In michelangelo's day renaissance florentines could identify with david by him. They considered themselves. God blessed underdogs fighting their city state rivals in a deeper sense. They were civilized renaissance people. Slaying the ugly giant of medieval superstition pessimism and oppression today. David stanzas the ultimate symbol of the renaissance of optimism humanism end of all. That's good in the human race. David is certainly the highlight of the museum. And it's worth taking the time to fully appreciate but for now. Our tour is moving on so. Turn your back to david. Start heading back down the nave toward the entrance. You'll pass by other statues by michelangelo. that line. the hall will turn to these in a minute but first. Let's get a fuller introduction to the artist himself. Michelangelo rotea sculptor painter architect and poet. Find the small bronze statue of michelangelo at the far end of the hall. Next to the doorway it shows the head and torso of a brooding michelangelo. Ooh the bust of michelangelo by danielle devil. Tara from fifteen sixty four. This bronze bust by one of michelangelo's pupils shows that craigie wrinkled michelangelo just before his death had age eighty nine. Michelangelo lived a long and productive life born to a poor but noble family raised in the neighborhood near santa croce church. He showed artistic talent early but his father forbid him from becoming an artist back then that was less than noble profession at age thirteen. Michelangelo was plucked from obscurity. By none other than the ruler of florence. Lorenzo the magnificent. He nurtured boys budding. Talent by making him a member of his high class household. Look closely at the statue especially the nose as a teenager michelangelo. Who would always be known as temperamental and prickly got his nose broken in a fight with a rival artist as you can see from this bust. Though michelangelo went on to create great beauty. He himself was never classically handsome. Michelangelo first made his mark by sculpting famous tie in saint peter's in rome that convinced florence's city fathers to trust him with the monumental project of sculpting david for the rest of his life. Michelangelo alternated working in florence and rome in rome. He painted the sistine chapel and designed the dome of saint peter's in florence. You can see his medici. Chapels a rare painting in the ubt and a number of statues. Michelangelo fans will want to check out his victory statue in the palazzo vecchio baucus and brutus in the bargello. Npa tie in the duomo museum which he intended for his own tomb. When michelangelo died in fifteen sixty four he was recognized as that greatest artist of his day called el divino michelangelo the divine. He was buried in his hometown of florence marked by tomb in santa croce just a block from his boyhood home. The academia gives us a chance to get up close and personal with michelangelo's statues called the prisoners or slaves which line the hall leading up to david. Start with the two large unfinished statues near the volterra bust at the end of the hall farthest from david the prisoners from about fifteen sixteen to fifteen thirty four. These unfinished figures seem to be fighting to free themselves from the stone. Michelangelo believed the sculptor was at tool of god not creating but simply revealing the powerful and beautiful figures. God put into the marble. Michelangelo's job was just to chip away the excess to reveal he needed to be in tune. With god's will and whenever the spirit came upon him michelangelo worked in a frenzy often for days on end without sleep. Start with the statute to your left as you face david. The so called awakening prisoner seems to be stretching after a long nap still tangled in the bed sheets of carved rock. He's the least finished of the prisoners. More block than statue on the right. They young prisoner is more clearly defined. He buries his face in his forearm while his other arm is chained behind him by the way. The names of these statues are given by art scholars. Not michelangelo the prisoners. Give us a glimpse of michelangelo's fitful sculpting process showing the restless energy of someone possessed get as close to the statues as you can where you can really see the rough surface of the stone. Michelangelo had to battle the hard marble to create the image. He saw in his mind's eye. You can still see the grooves from the chisel and you can picture michelangelo hacking away. In a cloud of dust unlike most sculptors who built a model and then marked up their block of marble to know just where to chip. Michelangelo always worked freehand starting from the front and working back. These figures emerged from the stone. Has his colleague va sorry. Put it as though surfacing from a pool of water. Continue walking up the nave toward david after a few steps. You'll reach michelangelo's saint matthew from fifteen three though not one of the prisoners series. He is also unfinished perfectly illustrating bizarre surfacing description. Keep going now to the next prisoner on the right. The prisoners were designed for the never completed tomb of pope. Julius the second julius also commissioned the sistine chapel ceiling michelangelo may have abandoned simply because the project itself petered out but he may have deliberately left them unfinished. Perhaps he was satisfied that he'd accomplished what it set out to do. Then seeing no point in polishing them to their shiny finish state he lost interest and went on to a new project. The next statue on the right. That bearded prisoner is the most finished of the four with all four limbs a bushy face and even a hint of daylight between his arm and body across the nave on the left. The atlas prisoner carries the unfinished marble on his stooped shoulders his head still encased in the block as you study. These prisoners notice michelangelo's love and understanding for the human body. His greatest days were spent sketching the muscular tanned. And sweating bodies the workers in the qarara marble quarries west of florence near the ching-kuo tara. The prisoners heads and faces are the least developed part. The statue speak with their poses comparing the restless claustrophobic prisoners with the serene and confident. David gives us an idea of the sheer emotional range and michelangelo's work the chisel grooves and the rough marble are reminders of how difficult it is to conceive a form hewitt out of solid marble and then polish it to completion. Look at the prisoners. Then turn and look at david comparing the unfinished prisoners with the polished and perfect. David we can appreciate the agony of the artistic process and the ecstasy of the result. Michelangelo's statues are far and away the highlight here but the rest of this small museum housed in a former convent has a few bonuses. Let rick pointed out a few from here. Starting with the statue group. The ta in the nave leading up to david lesser sites near david. This unfinished might conceivably be by michelangelo. But it's more likely by his followers. It is done in the masters style. It captures the moment. When jesus who's been crucified is being brought down from the cross by his loved ones. They struggle to hold up the sagging body of christ. It's clear the artist took some liberties with realism to emphasize the emotional impact. Look at christ's massive arm. It's almost the same size is lakes which are now bent and broken. This makes the statue. Top heavy exaggerating the dead weight of christ's now lifeless body and the figure of jesus is oversized. If he stood up he'd be over seven feet tall. It all serves to drive home the point that christ while divine suffered a very human death. There are few other sites that we won't visit but you may want to check them out. After tour is over for example. The museum has a pleasant. If underwhelming collection of paintings you'll see some of them to the left of david at the end of the hall to the left of david is the salani auto chanto along room crammed with plaster statues and busts. These works were the academy art students. Final exams and our school has been attached to the museum here for centuries and who knows you may see the next michelangelo wandering the streets nearby. Our tour is moving on start backtracking once again down the nave toward the entrance as you. Pass the prisoners one last time. Let's review on the right. There's the atlas prisoner atlas you mean blockhead wreck and across from him you mean the bearded prisoner more like droopy drawers or d d for short. That's just juvenile and matthew. He looks more like moses with a stiff neck then the guy in the far right corner over there the awakening awakening. He's falling asleep in the hot tub and last but not least the young prisoner. I can't wait. That's mr underarm deodorant or senior bill. Let's roll thank you rik for that. Enlightening commentary at. The end of the hall turned left into a room of paintings dominated by large twisting statue. Jim bologna's rape of the sabines from fifteen eighty to the rape of the savings is the full sized plaster model of the finished version. You may have seen in the outdoor loggia next to the plots vecchio. The model guided john bologna's assistance as they carved the final product in marble walks slowly around the statue and watch as that mythological story to life. It shows the legend of when the ancient roman stole women from a neighboring tribe to propagate their growing empire here a roman warrior tramples a saving husband as he carries off the man's wife husband and wife exchange one final anguished clamps as you circle the statue watch it spiral around its axis. This twisting pose was clearly based on works by michelangelo as a pack with photo points out. Jim bologna patterned his work. After michelangelo's groundbreaking victory which you can see in the plots of vecchio michelangelo established to common themes triumphing over a fallen enemy and a spiral shaped composition time and time again in european art with these motifs. We see the hand of michelangelo. Let's head for our final stop. Exit the geom- bologna room through a doorway on the far side. Head down the hallway though. Florence is best known for renaissance statues and paintings this last exhibit as a reminder of another enlightened aspect of the city's cultural heritage music and the city's musical legacy remained a cultural force long after michelangelo. The hallway leads to a couple of rooms on the history of florentine music. The museum of musical instruments between fourteen hundred and seventeen hundred. Florence was one of europe's most sophisticated cities and the medici. Rulers were trendsetters seventeenth century musicians like scarlatti and handel flock to florence in the court of prince ferdinando de medici. Look for the two paintings of the prince is the second from the right in both paintings. They show ferdinando hanging out with his musician friends. The gay prince played a mean harpsichord and he helped pioneer new variations of the instrument. Take a few steps further down the room here. You'll find a small but choice selection of late renaissance instruments. Some are familiar shallows. Dulcimer violins others. Like some of the woodwind instruments are weird and now obsolete. Step into the small adjoining room for the collections highlight. Florence was on the cutting edge of technology. That invented the modern piano here. You'll see several experimental keyboards both harpsichord and early pianos. Some are by florence's keyboard. Pioneer bartholomeo kristof fori as the exhibits point out the breakthrough and keyboard. Technology was about how to make the string ring. The harpsichord plucked the string. Like this The new piano hit with padded hammer. That meant you could strike it either. Soft that's piano in italian or hard forte. By seventeen hundred. They invented an instrument. That could play both soft and loud. They called it the piano forte. What we call simply the piano here in this room. Find the tallest piano on display that instrument from seventeen. Thirty nine is considered by some to be the world's first upright piano from music to sculpture to painting and more the city of florence was europe's cultural centre for three centuries with michelangelo as its chief ambassador. Florence exported renaissance europe and beyond. We hope you enjoyed this. Walk through florence's academia. Thanks to jeanne. Openshaw the co author of this tour. If you're up for more sightseeing we have audio guides of the vp gallery and a walk-through renaissance florence remember. This tour was excerpted from the rick. Steves florence and tuscany guidebook co-authored with jeanne openshaw for more details on eating sleeping and sightseeing and florence referred to this year's edition of that guidebook for more free audio tours and podcasts and for information about our tv shows bus tours and travel gear visit our website. At rick steves dot com. This tour was produced by cedar house. Audio productions and own agile.
Podcast 2: Pairing Books with Holidays
"Took. Hello and welcome to Beverly Biblically the podcast about book Zimbabwe's literature in Libations Authors and Alcohol. I'm Rachel and this is my brainchild an Carmen and I'm just along for a fun ride. So. What are you drinking? Tonight Carmen tonight. I am drinking a sour monkey from victory brewing company in my old stomping ground downingtown Pennsylvania. It is a, it's a beer from victory brewing and my son turned me onto this and it is like I said it's a sour. So it's got some citrusy hence to in I just it's very, very good. While I'm drinking. A Dry Martini tonight and I not using grey goose. I'm using just regular vodka Tito's. Amusing Martini but. For a Great Martini Recipe we have the recipe on our website at Bubbly Ghibli Dot Com under recipes, and that's beverly bitterly dot. com. Under, recipes. Now. Let me. Your your cocktail making because okay. A lot of people. Are. They they shy away from putting dry vermouth in, but I think driver move is a very necessary ingredient to kind of balance that vodka. But you know a lot of people say, Oh, just look at it from across the room as I'm mixing my vodka do you add driver most yours I do I actually do and I have a little thing a bidders that I put in there it just makes the little just gets a little something. Oh I love that. I. I like to put a tiny tiny bit of table salt in my lab. used. Just. solve. A which Himalayan pink salt but I don't want to like a SNOB, if I didn't have any Himalayan. salt that that I harvested myself when I climbed the Himalayas. Of course, I didn't. than. Regular Old Morton Salt. So I think it just adds Yeah, tiny bite to it by love. I'M GONNA have to try that on my next one and you're making me want to down this hour monkey and reach for the `tatoes or grey goose and make myself a vodka, Martini? I. Love Grey Goose the. That's probably one of my favorites. Oh definitely. Then that's not one that you mix. It not really you're going to get. THEM kick your body if you're not careful. Yeah you know if you tell me that you drink a grey goose with tonic probably break up with you now I, doubt. That's almost kind of not a shot, but it's a good where you just dip it. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. So. How was your holiday? We just had father's day and we just had the fourth of July. So I remember talking last time about your Jello, shots. Our. They went over. Awesome. So they were red white and blue. The blue is on top and it was dockery. Tackle. Pinnacle. And my tie. Where the Flavor that. Sounds fabulous. I'll. It was probably the best Jello shots I had made. Yeah. Everybody enjoyed them good. Good good. You know to celebrate the fourth of July I of course, watched Hamilton and I didn't do yet. Thank you Disney plus and It really makes me want to read the book that Lin Manuel Miranda read on vacation. That inspired him to do this this hip hop. Pray I was thinking about that too I i. think. That would be a lovely read after after maybe that should be our challenge is that we all should read that thanks month. Or whenever we can get it. Yeah. There are so many companion books with it that tells about sky were sisters and that tells about them or keeble off the net. So there, there are a one of really great books out there that you can read a ran around the fourth of July about filming of our country. So you actually got to go see Hamilton. You. The the funny story is I My job that I was with for twenty years. My. My beloved company They moved Martin -sition to Pennsylvania and so armee was. Not GonNa move so I would light off and the weekend after all I was laid off I was on flight to New York, city flying first class with click it to see. Amilton because why not exactly and I love you got to go in that you went yes. Yes and I stayed at the knickerbocker hotel which Boutique Mata. Well, as a matter of fact, they say that the drum are teeny was invented at the knickerbocker. I. and. cleaned. I stayed at the knickerbocker which was within walking distance Broadway. It's right there in Times Square I highly recommend it. Everyone is so wonderful and it is a Boutique Hotel, but it's not a crazy in the price range. You know they're they're very, very reasonable of four times square location. Right and snow after him Wilton I decided to go to juniors for a cheesecake because of course, that's what do. And they were packed. And women I left. Overs, they play to kill a mocking bird, the stage door, the act lower coming out of the stage door so I was able to meet Jeff Daniels. Uh New. At the. Tall. He seems like he's tall. You know he was sorrow. Gracious. He was so nice and you know if I was an actor doing the same play night after night. That is the last thing I would want to do you know is go outside in the cold because this was November. So it was it was very cold and he was just he spent time with everyone was so gracious signed their playbill and it was just it makes me want to go back now and see to kill a mockingbird. But of course, Jeff Daniels has moved on from that part. Now it's Ed Harris which is the I would like him to yes. Yes there's nothing wrong with either one of ood. That is that's my Hamilton Story. It was it was an experience I will never forget that sounds perfect. Yeah. This podcast we're actually are going to be talking about pairing butts in the holiday. So besides Hamilton, we just got done with father's Day. So did you do you buy your Dad's You by your Data Book You I. Don I. Don't buy my dad books because he has a very narrow. Focus that he likes to read and he has limited time to raid. So but on his shelf, a book caught my on the last time over and it's called the Gulf the making of an American see by Jack a Davis, and it caught my eye because we have gone to the Gulf for vacation since I was a kid and Rhino, it's only like the best beaches in the world my goodness, it's only about a six hour drive and it's just so relaxing and that like you said, the sand is like sugar sand and I picked it up and I read a couple of chapters and I had no idea first of all how the Gulf? And second of all, how there are there see life in the Gulf that doesn't exist anywhere else in the world just because it's its own ecosystem Ryan I didn't know that they even talk about the the oysters of Apalachicola, and how prolific they were, why they were as tasty as were, and then why they disappeared and that had nothing to do with the oil spill. You know that was a whole new thing the oil spill. So it's It's very interesting and I'm going to put that on my TV are Oh, that sounds like a really good book especially about the Gulf of Mexico with the being. So close we go every year yes. Yes about you. For for your family, I do by the time family. I Usually can buy books for my husband. He's into Sifi in history in architectural history, and he's a reader to he'll read anything but his favorite, just kind of. Like is chocolate that he could eat all the time, it'd be like Saifi. And I tried one year to buy book for My father-in-law that. I don't think that went. Well, it was before it was a TV shows before anything I heard about this sidebar at it, and then I went a week later and bought it for myself and. It wasn't really a father in law book that I probably shouldn't give an. outlander what did you inside the great now fifty shades of Grey outlander. Arm outlander is sexy sexy in S, but it was it's a cool kind of historic historical It's a story that SORTA throws in history in a in a fun way. Yes. But probably shouldn't I probably should have read the book I. Will did you say no I did? Yeah. That doesn't bode well, let's go get him shirts now back when my daughter I can buy books I can buy books Bernie one but probably an my mother-in-law exchange books here and there too so. How I love that? I I have three boys and they're not raiders and it's I read to them you know growing up of course and they've they saw me read and but they they're really into video games and now that they're grown one is a nurse and he just is you know frontlines of this covid thing and one is a machinist and he worked second shift and the other one is it re- helping raise at a three year old and so he's probably reading his share of children's books right now but you know none of them are really readers the way I am yeah and that's another thing we have in common is that I have a son who's a nurse and he's kind of on the frontlines he works trauma. So. He's not actually on the covid floor. Thank goodness and he reads a lot but not necessarily. For. Enjoyment. When he likes his downtime, he likes to go and run and hike in. Being nature and just really. decompress, and then my daughter is a veracious reader and she writes and reads for living. So she writes and does a lot of stuff. She's a communication person so she reason writes. All, the time you know with the holidays. I guess It's hard to pair some holidays in. It's easy to pair other holidays like Christmas. There is a one book that I. Read Every Single Christmas and that is by Dorothea Benton frank and it's the Christmas pearl and mom and I read that book every single Christmas, and I also left ring a coziness jury. They're just kind of fun and and Christmas oriented I can't really think of any other books that I really pay now that you had something interesting about Halloween to write searched one year several years ago for the scariest book ever and so I pulled a lot of my rating friends. What is the scariest book you've ever? And I got a lot of the common books that you would imagine the exorcist Rosemary's baby amityville horror but I, the scariest book I have ever read is by Joe Hill who is Stephen King's son and it is the heart shaped box and that book is about. An aging musician who collects on and kind of. Taboo things and he hears about a suit that a man war an has a curse on it. So. He wants a by this suit and so the suit arrives in a heart shaped box and it does in deed have the spirit of the man who war it Attached to it. nope. Now. Will. The funny thing is I'm GonNa tell you little bit more about it because this will really make you want to pick it up. It turns out that the man who spirit is attached to this suit is the father of a past girlfriend of this rock star who win a broke up, she killed herself say, does it sound just deliciously scary? It does and that's one thing I'm not a big horror genre whatever. But I do like a good mystery selector in Halloween or October. I love good mysteries since I like always read murder on the Orient Express that's one of my faves because I love the ending just love every. Agony. Favorite writers. So I don't think I've ever read murder on the Orient Express I've read segregated for others and her very favorite of mine is and then there were none I just then it is so brilliantly done and I couldn't incoming. You will fall in love with the detective in the Orient Express he's you're Kinda man is that help fuel parole yes? Oh I'm going to have to read that one. Yes. Yes. Great and the ending is so Delicious that it's one of my favorites. So I'll definitely have to. It's on my rating last I'll have to move it up a little bit. So why were Kinda in this quarantine covid moment? Of History is still summertime and so there's a lot of summer. Reading is going out especially for kids in the student lists are out I know that students they can check with their schools of what their summer reading is, and then scholastic always has some things in the local library does too. But what are some of your things that you like to look at as far as I dunno challenges. Well I was part of a book reading virtual book reading. Group. Online. Wind Shall Fori and your member Shell far. It was an online kind of now is telling our age you know yeah it was an online way to keep track of your books and I was a shell far person before good braids and shall. I think Amazon bought Shofar A and merged it into good raids library thing. I. Also Love Library thing but in the group that I was an way had a summer and after reading challenge and the moderators would come up with fame's so you would raid. Ten books throughout the challenge. But then we would have many challenges. So you would read a book with a red white and blue, or you would read a book with snow in the tidal and you got points for every book that you read and reviewed, and then at the end of the reading challenge, the moderators would award an Amazon Gift Card and I always thought that was that was really cool I. Think one of my favorite is the pop sugar rating challenge. I always love the pop sugar. I. Never can do it all, but I think it's fun. Have you ever tried to do it I have not I'm doing good to keep up with I book clubs and what I want to read, and then I list always keeps getting longer and longer the still need to get to yeah. Yeah I remember one winter reading challenge it was Bingo and so every Bingo card was different and it was a blackout Bengo. So you had to fill in all of the squares and it was just it was so much fun. That is so cool I love that idea and I know there's we have people who are listening who are. Members of clubs and our maybe help moderate them. So what are some of the ideas? How do you challenge your members to do you know to get get their reading on as we might say? Where do you find that you get immersed in a certain genre You know that you're just reading historical fiction or you're just reading I remember once it seemed like every book I read was about the holocaust of World War Two you know the Nightingale and the book say and you know I needed to get out of that Rut and days book clubs these Virtual Book Clubs really got me out of my comfort zone because I would read things that I don't normally rate I'm not a huge science fiction fan but I was introduced to a huge array of science fiction authors that I never would have even considered. Exactly. Last year I got a I got stuck in that or to reading the Lila girls in the just. Kept reading from there but then one of the ladies in my book. Club said our reading annihilation, which is well like totally science fiction and I, fell in love with it in are so that had to read all three books to figure out. What the stupid crawler is the. And the. Any never really figured out in the movie. They don't really explain it either. So but it was a really great fun read. It was totally different and. Yes and I love branching out like that. Exactly. So before we get off too much off topic, you have a great good reads library that you're that you're on. So I would recommend going in looking at all the books Carmen has read what she likes and doesn't lie but also we have her reviews on our website. So we've got quite a few of there right now we're going to be adding more and that's on our website at Beverly Billy Dot Com at Bubbly Ghibli? Dot Com. It's under review also check us out online. Again, we have recipes. We've got our views. We've got a lot of other things on there will be adding to it every book that we mention we will put a link to at in the comments after the podcast so that you can if you if you missed it or if you didn't quite can author, you can click on that list everything that we mentioned will be listed there with a link to go to it on good raids. Reviews of it and if Rachel and I have read it, you can say what we thought about it. Exactly. So let us know what you think about pairing reads with seasons and holidays, and how do you think you might are how do you decide to read and what do you pick a time of the year that you'd like to read certain books? Let us know if you have a favorite pairing drop that down in the comments to exactly and we will talk to you next time on the next edition of the billy.
Tanner Reinhardt: Reconnecting With Music & Guitar Strings
"Hello we're here for another of the music profit and this week we're GONNA we're having a IT'S A. It's GonNa have to summarize in the studio and they're gonNA play three songs live and it's GonNa be interesting because they're also they've been in the music industry for a while they've done a lot of projects That are still running in some that are finished in. So there's a lot of things can be interesting stories that you'll find so Mike my guest. Today Are Jena Rhinehart and shot Fisher. Sean officials Jonah Fisher stage name. Now you eh you take my er Tan Reinhardt. And Sean Fisher of them but we have gone Fisher and tin around her in the studio today. That's my name permanently. I made a I was like I know it's music profit but if you were going to have your own kyle wine podcast. It would go something like this. He's not treat. He's not a branch. East Kyle by Governor PODCASTS. That'd be brilliant. Yeah I mean. I made a radio commercial. The last night that was mix of B. Boxing top was spoken-word onto often. Kinda went that way is cliche but it works so aw so I guess. We'll start with Tanner as tell us about your journey into to music. And how it's gone from buying an in bands and solo projects in the now in new album. At this point Ed reminded the beginning. It's often only lake Display music with my friends and older brother played music so that that kind of interested me and I think that time like the cool bands like weezer in Green Bay Out often they are. You're on Ravana with big. VITE is starting to get big after that last off oasis was huge and I remember her plan to offer the the school grade six. We did some Green Day. I don't even remember greenies but anyways that's inserted so we played played that and you know people were into it and I have fun so just like stuck with it and You know I guess grade thirteen year which doesn't exist anymore than even exist anymore. Only GonNa know this whole and dying each day nine this worry one day at a time but I think surgery and that's it that's Slow and steady you know. That's actually that is a good good point though right because after after after that after the youth in the high school period when all of a sudden takes over is a completely different way that you make music they have other things thank story but analysts music. Yeah drew my days. This changed so much so if you look at like the band that I was in a year without alike Alexis on fire. We're actually we got the play which is cool but it was like an eye opener for me? I realise those guys early. Those they're doing it and were off ending. Yeah you're not. We're not doing the way that they are so that was an eye opener and shortly Outbreak with that ban on I started a new band where I got to be the lead singer I was doing like the Dallas Green thing. Using the back of Vogel's we had a screen where he would do that. Ill Vogel's intervene on my part and I after that I was thinking Mike all maybe I can write some songs I can so I did that. And so that was life blown open and we were around for a while. We moved to Toronto. For a while in the horseshoe tavern making some headway but I found like that was not after a few years of Toronto. Aw I hated Toronto. Too Busy In the second not making the strides that he would maybe naively. Do this long enough. What you realize is doesn't matter how good you are right? I mean there's a podcast. The black he's Joe Rogan on the while ago. Oh it's a great podcast. You don't talk about how they made. It was like just. They're just doing it in all the big big misconception that you gotta be in Toronto to do it or you gotta be in a big city. I mean you gotta go to Big City. Way The big city. But you don't need to you. Don't I need to live there to do to be part of the scene. Maybe but I found that you know like his play Tronto Law and our Republicans was out there We have like licensing company out. There we are manager was out there And the scene got so a small. It's like an NBA weren't living in. Toronto is just like we're making strides and you know like we go there and we do devote Auger few like we do everything like all so but we ended about being Toronto. I wouldn't be. I didn't need to live there but I go there and be like this band's playing at this place this band's playing at this end it just turned into a community so quickly in a Mike. Wow I always thought that you had to like move to Toronto. You GotTa move to Montreal. Orvin guber will not make the results by big like Math Center Edison. This Internet office is often to make that community a lot more accessible assessable for everybody which is nice so even more so now. You don't have to move to Toronto. I think we just kind of really you know. We're trying to live the dream you know trying to. I don't know the little hand didn't know we didn't know we didn't know that was kind of handbook. I mean yeah there is. Yeah Metaphorically Glee in physically physically. There is a milk like like you know the latkes interview they were saying like Rogan. Kept on You should help people to navigate this industry because because you're going into the known constantly and everything you just trying to figure certain half the. Have you have to have a dedicated team. And that's not easy to come by that work ethic that it takes suggest Keith pushing key 'cause you throw stuff out you're emailing hiring people Thrown into the abyss out. You don't have to sometimes. Nothing comes back and then every now and then you might get a little something little tests. I get a little spark. You gotta turn that into a fire and that's hard to do amount all really honestly takes either you hundred percent being committed to it. If if you get that tipping scale. You won't be able to handle it anymore but even with even with the team in 'cause like we were doing it we have. It was a six or seven person. Team like Working getting paid are frigging agency. We are manager publicises licensing company me and the other guys like we all had our other than writing music. We all had our like like like Chris was like a he was like our social media. Dude in graphic designer says I mean like you you have to be like. It's not like how it was back in the day right now. All you have to be if you want to be a musician you know what else you got to be. Good is doing graphic design and website development and selling. Yeah copywriting like every single can bang right so yeah it's it's it's hard. It's really hard industry and for everyone listening to give context shot. You're part of C Perry. Yeah Eh for years. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I think we made a lot of really good strides. You know. We feel like we got close to doing. I think that we did some things that are notable you know but still despite all the things that we did we still weren't able to get over her her home and you know like you can tack that authentic jazz made some good stuff. Yeah Dallas is really well that we had a lot of good people by not producer We good The publicity on it was really good. We work with a company called indoor recess which strong bellas indoor recess at the behest of the Balas. His we did a bunch of shows with them. They said. If you're looking for all of us go to these guys and let me tell you. A publicist frigging extensive duper expensive. It's worth but it's something when you're writing music you're writing song votes You know your girl that you're saying that you WANNA be with. But in fact. She has come to me said he. Doesn't you want to write the song but anyways it's like you're you're trying to focus on writing great songs. Yes is your your new. You weren't there. I'm like you just WANNA focus on writing music. You know what there's all these other frigging doors that anyone needed for Evan or whatever and the common from the opposite end of the spectrum like we didn't. We didn't employ anybody. I mean like you know what we're GonNa make good music we're just gonNA focus on making music we love at. We're just GONNA keep you know making that music Playing and getting better at at live shows. And that's what we're GONNA do. The things will fall into place and some things did like we played some battle of the bands and we got you know. We got some funding. We got the record metalwork studio. We got to take like prologue courses and you know we were attending Canadian Music Week networking working. We got like stage coaching. All this stuff happening But we never took. You don't like I don't think we ever plunged in an like invested in the way that you don't need to get an amazing zone punk rock. Diy these be such a network for all the stuff why such a built in network fanzines and you know lay all the same but like now there's so many and you can blame it on. I mean you could blame lamey on. There's so many music so much music on eating like I worry I'm like maybe we just weren't good enough to musicians. Feels that they at some point. You'RE GONNA look in the mirror and go. Yeah maybe you just not. Adding and isn't isn't there an element. Where a soon as well word in the nineties and she thousands even bands were supporting bands? Like it was happen. You could open for big wreck yet as of early rock band out of the euro platform right we. We have a big wreck time as the able to embarrass myself. The money in Thornley is very amazing. Very is a solider. Art didn't know that. Yeah but you're right. Yeah people used to support each other a lion. Like just you know talking in Bilbao the bands. When I was growing up bands regaining pitted against each other constantly? It's always like you know like Neil Young mentioned mentioned the word southern man on a song like we don't eat neil young around here know how there's always been falling down. I've met your other. Yea Southern Man. We don't need your out here I'll He says that in the lyrics e says a Dad Neil young saying about or other. I don't need to write a young man who's saying that self I'm thinking that's Oh this is by saying that What's that called a sweet home Alabama? So No oh yeah yeah yeah. What are the chances that I knew that pretty low Britain is actually a good point because at that time there was competition optician to it in his sound that no one else can have that sound? Yeah yeah but like the bow. The BALABAGN's thing wasn't like a huge like when I was growing up like maybe I'm wrong. Maybe everybody would do. It'll be like it would be like your girlfriend comes up to you. She's like a you know billy's ban they suck compared to you and it's like that's a win win to have any good kind of like relationships with like. That's that's how we did. Anything is like it's like. Hey Man we're playing a show here want open for us. Hey okay cool. Like we'll gigs. Walk you know and you make friends and you support each other. Because he liked using not like the van. And we're better than yeah. Yeah even have that spirit will be in a band. Sandy like mail yet to be a fierce competitor. GotTa be it's like you're competing. Yeah I don't know if I see like I think you could approach it that way. I the battle I remember. Be Like Dude. You don't need to tell me that we're better like I. I enjoy how how is music like how do you I mean yes sir. Decimal level some people of the louder you are the better you like I always as decibel. WHOA meter is like Shawn's riding ninety to enter your lock in ninety due on Veterans Board? Here we have all the winner. And that's why he stole your e we are at least Johner and you're not my gather credentials. Those six decimals earn. Do that. Name damning are is the credential I. I didn't know that Sean her yeah the title of but it's true. You know winning battle. The band's really doesn't do a law either title the then at the same time you are. You're doing a show. Any essentially opening forever in the last band is anyway. Yeah Yeah so if your I your opening Act Act regardless of whether you win or not. Yeah although I don't know if you the concept like you don't win the gophers though you're saying no I mean I mean Senate if you look at battle of bands as a show itself. Oh I people watching as a fan. Maybe it's a contest but if you're sticking around to see all the bands Oh yeah base was was seeing a concert. I think of your bed. Severing watching abandoned your end the whole time. You're Washington you're you're assessing like okay. So how good is the base that you're not join me. And I'm not going to assess drawing Alma assess the stage presence. It's like you're not really enjoying. Yeah that's not the point. I don't think of a life. You all MM kinds of these shows one would be the people that are like no matter how crappy your band is. They're going to be like you guys are so good like I've never seen guys the so freaking good and then you have the person that they're like. No I will do is doing a disservice them. Just tell them I'm going to. I'm going from all level of understanding music or going to critique them to shreds on is going to have some friends will come up after the show. Yeah they they might they might say something like may great show and as a big. But if here's what I would have done differently and it take speaking from a standpoint where they really have no idea what they're talking about so it's always interesting to hear. Yeah we gotTA listen. Listen and it's is like you don't need to have like a frigging doctorate of music like judge music but like you know people trying to put too much. It's like well. You're drummer when he was hitting the snare drum. It seem really loud and we can do anything about that. It's like well that's not really. Yeah I am bored of UTAH. Okay actually. Let's talk with you back when it comes to hearing it how do you how do you take like that and filter. It is there a process definitely need so like growing up. I received a lot. I mean playing the band. You're putting yourself out there for people to criticize you. That's that's a big part of what you're doing. Yeah and if you cannot handle that criticism good muck so. You're going to hear a lot of criticism and you need to learn to basically You have to assess you have to stay. I think you have this day as neutral as possible at super hard do because people get attached lie ego in music especially as a young man out. Now that I'm getting. I'm in my thirties. Now my ego uh-huh is definitely dissipating. But it's still there and so when you hear people saying things that might be construed as negative you have to it's like I don't know I've never gotten a tattoo but I imagine it's probably a good analogy because it's GonNa hurt by you. Just accept it and then you have this for view of art but in terms of your laugh with some with music. You'RE GONNA be left with. Yeah like you're going to be given some some useful fold material to To use empereur or devil will you sean will. I'll use a good example like we were running through Thomason and Janner gave me the lyrics so I could harmonize them. Armand is with him and I read the lyrics for the chorus. I actually got schiff. Shivers like I'm not kidding. I really really did. I thought he handled. I was joking because he can't take seriously get like I told them Mike and Mike. Easley Eric's are really good and he him processing that was just like a robot like receiving receiving like yeah data like you know like circle. Yeah I could see the circle in his is is loud. I more specifically look reading integrating COM- compliments center satisfied. Allied water alert is worth listening to await. It is are actually like yeah. Totally you the law's critics yes you That's saying so native prisoners but like positive criticism. It's like like I would almost always face it with some kind of skepticism. Then like can I really trust my grandma. The song good answers no always going to say it's it's amazing. I thought you were going to say your grandma's always wrong no among other things. She's right in life she is red. I mean she'll find some sort of get element about your shirt. Looks great while using is on. You're so handsome on this day you all my goodness. I couldn't believe how well you're standing on that. Yeah Houston so off off right but we said it's real good. What about the music grandma L.? Let's talk about your blaster auster when it comes through your experience as musicians defined that with all the years is easier to jump into a song whether it's right now. Yeah Yeah Abic that. Yeah I mean I think the more that you do it the more constantly become like I remember when I first started performing men. My mouth was dry riot on stage. I'd start by live abroad. Happening now. Wasn't even go on for a nervous. Sound like Matthew Good and I. I don't know what I'm talking about. Yeah that he intends for Bra. Why am I said hunting? And then after a while you just discount go well you know what whatever and we're just going to go forward and accomplish like it that's cool. Yeah you could call the confidence. I would say it's confidence while I'd like. I would rather hear some of the ADS character. Full jerker full like that's not a word but like someone has character voice in his voice than just its nose yes robot. That's yeah I remember trying to sound like people. I was actually really good at imitating. People is earning dacians. I'm I'm yeah I'm I'm interested. Yeah let's singing voices. Yeah what what are your age. I can see a Hitman by Tom. Petty Tom Petty was was bang on on anymore. Like I say she's a good uh Marmer didn't Oh you know what I'm saying like it's point right now but I used to kill that I used to joke green day to like. It's been a long time since what was it was their big song Good riddance any fog. Stuck in the road I could do it anymore for some God directs you to go those age. I feel like you're Michael. McDonald's do really does he. Know Michael McDonald is wrong. Homeowner walking along role to regroup again air level you. I know I could pull off some country. Actually I grew up listening all. Yeah Hell yeah a brother and so like you know like who is it Randy Travis high used to do a good Mitt Romney trap so he does that's Fori or removal raver totally well you're nailing some petty radio waves like one. You got a couple of America to in a mirror to yeah so so so like when he would do like like one of the things that I noticed was like there's certain mechanics like you laugh you raise your palate in your town goes round and even into the yeah. You don't just just hit again by raising the Vallecano blows ninety sound all sunlight as your impression if you try and talk live of current Use Big words like substrate in on the mental fundamental this fundamental substrate. Your rain you're cleaning you've been including a room turn. That's quite a useful tool and it's Amelia's sister as histamine waiting the apple a kermit. The FROG is Jordan Peterson. Speech is just a pretty sure. It's the next with vapor wave. Someone tried it like at the end of his gas gas. He tries to get people to Of people ask questions and someone put a question that I can use Kermit the frog signing off on the microphone the shrew. You just like I think you score but I'm not sure if we can wear what what are some musicians that you deal. Look up to you because obviously there's a lot of technical things that you're looking out with Randy Travis but is at that like you've both done getting over the air so I can. May I can name like a handful of artists Tom. Petty was one big time Maynard. Akina Jin Manner James Jammed from I'm from tool but through the perfect circle project. That was massive project. Buddy yeah I still to this day. Love it and and Chris Cornell hands down soundgarden growing up was the van for me and that doesn't come across it all the way that I sing write songs now but just the inspiration duration the way that he would compose the lyrics for amazing his voice. Obviously and now I feel very blessed that that big rackets Dogo because he he he has sort of taken over that Bet Sean rough for me. At least it's not as dark. I don't get enough credit as like a banner like they're really good band like a lot of really great songs EG and Mankin they play. Oh yeah they are. They're amazing remains. Sean Man I'd like growing up like definitely like a whole like grunge scene. Like like combining I guess like more storytelling bunker off. You know what I mean like like definitely that's what I liked about grunge. It's like combining it's like taking Tom. Patty the and combining them with like n right by the damned and frigging Tom Brady or something like nat now. I think you the people that I try to model myself or that. I look up to the Moses like Paul Simon like Paul Simon is like just playing awesome. DOC great great music but also telling really complex nuanced stories. That kinda can like like take you from where you are and then just transplant you into a moment and like I don't know I think that definitely definitely Paul Simon's busy so you get a certain levels I feel like because there's the general pop surf style and then there's Chris Cornell who has done emotional storytelling under the Paul Simon which is just that next level Devon's mile. That's a Miguel our. Yeah you could take anything. But that's all read. Would you make a gray. Yeah that's true it's like like you could just take a screen shot of US sitting here and then the camera yolly put it into US UP A- and play hello darkness mile and it means something grace or rivers go gray scale it yes With a song that you could like that. We didn't know that you can't do that with your ears. The Salt Lake. That's a heart request lighting walking down like filming somebody walking down. I read and play a song like this to the I don't know what do you like. What would you guys say since you're the ones being interviewed of time? That is a really good question question. Yeah like what is a song that is just not me mable. I'm trying to think of something like I don't think I was GONNA say really chaotic music like that zone. That can be like man. I don't know if you've heard of just a audit but I was like now if I was walking down I was reading like he's on drugs unless there's a band like death grapes early. J. Peg mafia saying things like the hour. It's just a lot of noise and there's no real tashaun Seattle's pretty visual like right. Yeah even the name yeah gave as well like I saw the I I heard I heard the one song they have recently It's like a black and white video right and it's like the whole song is like somebody's voice is really amine but only yes songs like Ben Carson is black like he's just all political his songs. Are you just read on the edge of cultural knowledge but also just trying to get a point across the Amazon noisy. I think like assuming stuffed Would do like my my studios down the street. What I would do? Is I work on some kind of music. And I'm like this sounds great in here but then get it on my phone. Get it in my ear buds or whatever or like And then I go on my bike and I go ahead like the hill by suffering secondary in. I just like drive up that hill. Then I turn on the Song Kinda just cruise down the hill. You know what I mean. Kaz like it's fun fun going downhill and listening to music right. But if I if I can live on this wall on or while you're working out or will you're doing your the environment they listen to music dictates. How can be held or experienced right? Kazini Missing Songs are not good for driving. Yeah Yeah Yeah you just crash a car because you're so you're so into it the visual down. Oh yeah you got everything done. Except for Uber Uber in No other Moses shuts down do you have. Is there certain other a couple of songs have that when you hear like everything is like the world is disappears ears. I really liked the song by the vines. Call the winning days by the vines. I really liked that's Me It's like if I'm listening to something that's what I'm doing like I I give my sometimes I actually stopped myself like VM. Driving and I'm like okay. Let's let this color. My scenery for a moment is that of just focusing so much on music just and just in another the one. Saint Valentine by Gregory Alaniz. Goff is like like I am body that when I hear that Song I am body that song by good slightest fully three envelopes. And that's what's good about music. Certain styles certain genres to that are meant to be background than others. That just take over your entire world amp and you have no choice but to sit in the listen or turn it off or panic or kill yourself. 'cause ah yeah that's always a choice you could go get groceries. Did Not get groceries or you can kill yourself. That's the three choices you make always no longer facing existential. Yeah should I ended the go get groceries really meant to music though. Is that a thought that you have as musician too or where access centralism kicks in that you think about am am I really do. I really WanNa do this anymore. You know for me. I felt like I felt frustrated before where I'm like. What's the point like? Maybe I should do something else. Maybe I should put my interview somewhere else. But Oh that's like that's when like like like I am I doing it for other people or where my doing it for myself and you know what I mean as I think I think. Now I'm coming out of that but I did go through. Everywhere is like almost the disdain in regards I could see that happening to you know I mean like I can see I can see it happening to someone yes. I can definitely see that Harvard. It's all the vote expectations and if you don't if you don't have expectations than you can't be led down and so I feel like for me the I've never felt where I have never been in a place mentally where I didn't feel. I needed to play music. I feel like music is every day thing for me. It's it's always been I can't. There's no way even in my most stressful times. I still play music. That'll never I don't I you know I've prayed at that. Never really do. It is something I think. That's very unique specialized breath. That's a really good way to wrap up than actually like that. Finish Law so you're listening to the music profit with channel Reinhard in Sean Fisher. You don't deserve the yard anymore. We're not equal. You know that finishing comment just I felt myself losing at one part. I'm like either go Ziara or even get it back. You can still get Johnson. I'm losing the interview potatoes running away with it. My Name's getting bores now. How how could I can be? I think we should do is on. Yeah Ah if you play a single as a way to finish up the show and get out but also I tell people where they if your wedding finding online indus some details about the album so I've first of all I really need to say. Thank you to everybody who has contributed to this new album. I'd put up an EP a little while ago on Band Camp Dot Com and I didn't know what to expect but I just put it out for a baseball methodists at ham amazing music for this album you can go on by the EP. My goal two thousand dollars. I'm going to try to hit that by the end of September. Although I didn't hit that goal I raised fifteen hundred dollars for the album which will cover most of the mastering so. I just WANNA say thank you to everybody who has contributed to that that is so meaningful and so valuable and that's the kind of thing that kind of pushes me to keep to keep making music and to really try nine focused on making this album as good as it can be. You can find this EP.
Tuesday 4 February
"You're listening to molecules house. Few as broadcast on the Fourth of February two thousand twenty on monocle twenty four. This is Monaco's House view coming up today it is now a week since US president. DONALD TRUMP ST peace plan drawn up by his son-in-law we look at the mixed response it has received around the world and how much the plan reflects the friendship between Donald Trump and Benyamin Netanyahu. My guests Yossi Mickelberg and Enrico. Frank Ashini will also discuss a row between the UK's government and UK's political journalists and another one between Australian Anatolian winemakers. Also ahead Brazil's going through a tough time if its image Mitch. Abroad with the president often ridiculed on the international stage so little soft power from the culture world will come in Handy. Why Brazil is jumping into into the global streaming market? I'm Andrew Mullah Monaco's has few starts now welcome to the program I'm joined by Yossi. Mecklenburg professor of International Relations at Regent's University here in London. And Enrico Frank Ashini. London correspondent with La Repubblica. Well let's start with the Middle East. It's now seven days since. US President Donald Trump launched the peace plan drawn up by his son-in-law Jared Kushner and just imagine how we'd have reacted five years ago. If told this would be a thing that people would one day say out loud that week being just enough time for the incredulous loftus suit to subside. Let's see if we can figure out what was actually going coming on here. The latest rebuke to Kushner's magnum opus was issued yesterday by the fifty seven states which comprise the Organization for Islamic Corporation. Who made it clear that they they will? Not In this instance cooperating Yossi I. You've now had a week to digest. Jared Kushner brainwave. Is there anything to be said for it at all all do you think. I don't think my opinion improved on this plan once one iota. If if anything changed its Mall Mall donates than it had do we go. What is the first? What kind of peace agreement of peace ideas that you don't have the main protagonist boss of them around the table people? It's an innovative approach to diplomacy. Yeah it's an innovative. Some innovations are better than others and this one probably will onto the heap of history in in no time in other Palestinians won't subscribe to anything there. There is nothing for them. If you look at just the American it will tell you why. You've the Palestinians. Say why would they even look at. It is going to be a small territory. Surrounded from all sides by Israeli military. Don't want any army Josie lamb because there was contradiction in the speech itself saying that the capital been East Jerusalem but the capital Jerusalem. Clearly we'll stay united so then you will realize that despite of Jerusalem completely outside the burial in Abu Dis and other places the idea that is going to be a financial bonanza for the policies fifty billion. So let's put the fifty billion context. It's over ten years. We have no idea is going to give the fifty billions i. I was sparked of what's known as stock one enough to negotiation that we estimated the cost of settling the refugees is under fifty billion so not even failed of settling the the the issue of the Palestinian futures so it looks like more than Thanh yells wishlist peace-plan Enrico is it. Therefore being being unduly skeptical to suggest this whole thing was ineffective designed to fail it was it was making The Palestinians and offer that they couldn't bought refuse in order just to portray them again as the unreasonable party. I don't know what was the purpose The objective of the trump administration on on the other end. The this plan reminds of the old say the unfortunately the Palestinians never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity not to refer to this plan but I was a correspondent in Israel at the time of the last piece bland and the two thousand Plan negotiated by Bill Clinton failed the remember at the time to Saudi ambassador to Washington. A companion gear Arafat the leader of the Palestinians to Washington from the airport. Telling him please Mr for tag. This plan you'll never get the better one if you look at that. That plan was so much better. Gave them surgically half of Jerusalem as capital and continue with the of space in the West Bank and the only thing that didn't in give them was the right of return to the refugee which everybody really understood. It was Something give give thing that they should have given up on that. But but nowadays sorry plan and We would I agree with your series not going anywhere but what the Palestinians can do i. I read someone. Someone saying the the Palestinian situation so bad right now that even Salmasi suggesting well consider if. Because where do they go from Mia you'll see isn't therefore perhaps more useful to frame This pitch of Jared Kushner and Donald Trump's in the context of Donald Trump's obvious obvious by now unmistakable affinity that he feels at least four full for what we might think of as strong men leaders which is obviously what Benjamin Netanyahu seeks to portray himself as does. Does he see in his own head. Netanyahu has alongside Doi- nor Bolsonaro or Putin is one of those those tough guys that Donald Donald trump imagines himself being in one world populism going to nationalism years the strong leaders and he's not is a strong country and this is actually can foale to sign a generous peace agreement. I finally they will put unity's Kim David Malta. After this definitely the almost Abbas negotiations this was is the kind of the most forthcoming proposal at Isil Evan to to the Palestinian this opportunity there but again timing is also very really important and right now you have an agreement between the indicted in the impeached and and and and both of them have to do with with with domestic politics. But at the same time if you who so on stop those people that don't not only close to this idea the hawkish attitude diplomacy but also to settlements and to the right wing Israel dam busted in Israel Levy Freedman. He's a supporter. One of the most extreme mm-hmm settlements in in in in the West Bank in the occupied whereas so this is the yes. It's part of decide guys now that we have populist nativist. ATV's the nationalist but it's also what you said earlier it's about the the nature of diplomacy. No one wants to actually to sit and think about diplomacy APLOMB AC- negotiation is aline which you compromise and everyone equally unhappy. What's what you're looking? Now how is that to win over all you'll get the win lose situation. This is not going to work. You'll see macro bug and Enrico Franken. Thank you both very much for the moment will have more from you shortly. I hear is Monaco's Markle's Hippie. With some of the other stories we're following today thanks. Andrew Hongkong recorded its first I death related to the corona virus now the second death outside off mainland China. The outbreak has killed more than four hundred deaths. Twenty people in China. We've the number of reported cases now topping. Twenty Thousand Muko has ordered or Casinos Dakota for two weeks citing increased fierce off the virus spreading from person to person the race for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination as being thrown into confusion in Iowa the okay oh a Democratic Party says results will be delayed until sometime later today because of inconsistencies in voting data party officials have said there is not however an issue with the integrity of the vote and the UK will ban the sale off new petrol and diesel costs from twenty thirty five five years earlier than planned. The announcements comes as prime minister. Boris Johnson get set to launch the UN climate summit. Cop Twenty six which will take place in Kloss go so this November the headlines. Now back to you entering. Thank you Marcus. This is molecules house few boundary mullet here with Yossi Mickelberg and Enrico occur. Frank Ashini. Let's look now at the United Kingdom. The recently returned to government of which seems strangely enthused by certain of the tactics which have made the trump White House such a Hollywood for smoothly humming administration yesterday Downing Street attempted to stage a somewhat juvenile set piece in which they briefed reporters from certain outlets and excluded excluded or perhaps more accurately neglected to invite reporters from others in a gesture of solidarity several of the reporters from outlets deemed acceptable. Worked out as well. Enrico first of all to that gesture that the journalist made of essentially saying a brief all of us or none of us is that a smart way for media to confront the government to boycott a government that selects Jordan according to were they like. It's the only way way you can answer. It's the only and I think it will work. And I think whoever add these idea really our allies that it's not going to bring consensus or to Boris Johnson but They do try politicians threating easily. See it's important portent when journalists absolutely diety in front of this kind of problems he needed when Medusa Vinnie. The leader of the centre-right the rightist the League was Minister of Interior. A journalist for Mine newspaper tried to ask him a question. They didn't like and any any said in press this conference. I'm not going to talk to you. I'm not going to ask you because you're not a good journalist. You're against me but the league's instead of walking out Davies said okay. Stop it won't to change the subject and this is I think wrong attitude. What happened yesterday in Diner Street was very good in my view? You you'll see. This is something very much out of the Donald Trump playbook donald trump and his acolytes play book. Most recently of course US Secretary State. Mike Pompeo Pompeo uninviting national public radio from his press pool on an overseas trip but odd gestures of solidarity. Like the one we're talking about about. Is there a danger that they actually doing what the government wants which is it removes journalists and from there but and it removes there for that accountability ability because we do no longer exist in a world in which the government relies on media to disseminate a message but the sollidarity. It is very important because going back to side guys that we are. You know it's not. It's not only pompeo. It's it's stomp himself going Bloomberg mini Mike AAC and also entitled to diminish in one way Dole of free media. We just can't have definitely not in democracies we I see it enough widens enough in dictatorship authoritarian regimes if we start to undermine freedom of speech will remove one of the pillars of our democracies and in this sense and I think also deflects should go government if you won't let us post from there were reports wherever sources. We are going to have so you talk to us always well. We use the sources the other sources without asking you. Because you're not ready to talk to us so it goes both ways if they want balance. Journalism government need to understand the importance of talking to journalists and not trying to be selective but the next become almost selective until they've probably few journalists appointed by the government itself and hates the seventeen th anniversary of the death of George Alwin. And you'll going to live in society. Enrico isn't it the case though that this is kind of working for the governments that do this I have understood and perhaps they government such as the one we have here in Britain which is led by journalists. Were former journalist understands better than others. that journalists to possibly disliked even more than most politicians. Oh yes I mean someone I used to say. There are distrusted more than the people who sell used cars nobody. Nobody trusts the journalist with some reason that apps but and it is true. What what you said that? They can like trump park and bypass journalist with tweet there and Boris Johnson started to do this Video some facebook and social media which is gets the question selected by donors three hours questions from the public leakier and there was a question about what kind of shampoo he uses for example recently very controversial very aggressive type of journalism. I still still believe. Britain and America are countries in which Jordan Press Freedom is very important in the long run. I think politicians will be able to bypass journalism. You'll see is there anything that journalists can or should do perhaps even more gestures like this to restore trust is is the right phrase because you're trying to reach back out to a large part of an audience which has decided it would rather believe what it wishes to believe. Rather than what I guess legacy meteorologists were reporting I think part of discussing journalists kind of kill the Messenger. We don't leave. Yeah message and then we discussed because we don't want to hear so then. Brexit is great in America. I put America's number one is the right thing to do who in the end the rest of it so it says something about the message but also all of us engage with journalism. We we we need to show responsibility and we know in the UK we we have between the sublime to the ridiculous when very good very good journalism but at the same time some of the tabloids in the make believe invented journalism and I think that's the profession be it some areas to become more professional to know actually to fight it back with and shooing that whatever we say will publish as substantiate it not just because we see. We would like to say that it's finally on today's news panel item. which might require you? You'll see to act as is an unplanned in a dispute and Italy over a matter of crucial national significance in the course of negotiations between Australia and the EU ovary a free trade agreement. And I'm sure I do recall hearing somewhere that these things were supposed to be easy. Italy has suggested preventing Australian winemakers from calling their process echo percents now as things stand strenuous response to the skulduggery is falling short of threatening armed retaliation but for how much longer longer enrico. Let's let's see if we can try and sort this out two great nations and peoples. How can this be resolved? Sort of bloodshed. Well I will offer an olive branch which is appropriate with colds. Go in just a second restrain olive growers still going to be allowed the hold on a second look at that Leith at First of all is in Italian. I like Australian wines. I want to say that way way and and I understand that the you need Italy have certain rights to say you know you can't sell in what's allowed. It is not Mozzarella the for example totally see also Palmer's and cheese etc.. Exactly but I also believe I think was Oscar Wilde. That said that the imitation is a form of you know. I don't like it when D'italia always up is you cannot cannot have pizza with annonay for example or you can have these species not the regional but thanks to all imitations of pizza that were it made in the world I know people in New York think pizzas been invented in New York and came out says lies bulletin Berkeley but thanks to that pizza became one of the most popular food around the world so through these fights I believe Indian prosecutor will be campaign if if we Australian senator get together well I think that he's the one thing on which people can always get together as an opportunity to beat up on the French. Yeah so there is actually that you'll see. This is a weird one because on the subject of Champagne this was Arou- I can recall France Australia having many many years ago. Because for struggling makers used to call their fees fizzy drink champagne which the French were understandably upset about. Said you can't call it champagne. Unless it's from champaign the region but the thing is different isn't it because it is the name of a place in Italy but it's also the name of the grape which is of course named after the place could still Seco- is a mobile coffee. Passan's then what would you capuchin for instance initially but for me. It's like forgive me to almost to make a serious point. Somebody had it. It's sort so sort of colonialism because foot colonialism. You know you're not going to use it because it comes from from here. I think as you say many way it's what it contains not the name so of course if you make it from completely different grape it's completely different tastes so we can argue about the quality. If it's up to what will you got Champagne Ainhoa but at the same time just to say just because your strain in what about mullebeck what about any other wine that everyone producing easily is becoming a big producer. Do we need to call it differently to give different names to grapes as a result of it because they're gone in Australia not and not a real into kind of fair landmine which probably not going to be the empire the best less. Let's let's best prospect. Who Win Enrico? You have already said right here on this broadcast that you like a straight in wine and you like Pineapple on pizza so some. Oh Gosh somebody in right now is probably already working on revoking your citizenship. So you pretty much have nothing to lose is. They're just not a problem as long as there's something on the label saying made in Australia. Does anyone actually care beyond that. Is that really going to damage the business of a an Italian per sector occur grow. I think so I agree with your see what it counts is. What's inside the bottle? If he's a bad people will not drink it and if they want to drink the original one the made in Italy. They always have a choice of course seats autzen matter of quality and price and so sometimes myself I buy Australian Australian Winds Zealander sheely trust Enrico. Okay I'll stop here. You'll see Michael Book and Enrico. Frank Ashini thank you both very much for joining us in a moment. We'll hear about Brazil's ambitions in the global streaming market. You're listening to molecules house. Few stay tuned this monocle house. Few amount remillard finally today as the world's streaming market becomes increasingly competitive. Brazil has decided we did it. Wants a piece of that pie here is multiples Fernando Augusta per check. Oh this is the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite in Los Mosquito. Bit Me how to look into the Betty Ford Clinic you might fit. The stream market is already saturated in the United States in Europe but with the sector primarily dominated by Western companies. There's certainly room for a promising regional player and to Brazil which is making its debut in the booming international stream business this year the country's largest I just meteoric global premiered it's streaming platform global play in the United States in January. There'll be a big event to celebrate the launch. Tomorrow Brazil's going through tough time if its image abroad with the president often ridiculed on the international stage so a little soft power from the coach world. We'll come in handy. With their vast library of ICONIC telenovelas such chess. Avenida Brasil Global Play has already scored a big hit in Brazil with with more than twenty two million users. Can you repeat the success abroad almost certainly Brazilian. TV's not so new to international audiences especially Global Hotel novellas which have already been exported to more than a hundred thirty countries plus the streaming services first International Fori will be in the US the West where more than one point four million Brazilians live. It's healthy for the film industry not to live Netflix. To produce and promote regional productions around the world global play produces its own original series. Two eight two thousand nine hundred ninety with plans for sixteen in two thousand twenty. It's adapting to attract a younger audience who are craving more fast paced and cinematic touch to their products as much as a meal say I'm older series available in the US. Service will be our NECE. A hard hitting drama series set in the Amazon about a group of women fighting against a mining running company in the region counting the days until the services launched in Europe later this year. It's about time more people outside. Brazil experienced excellent content of ours. Leak sexy and dramatic soap operas for Monaco. infiernillo Gustav by she financial. Thank you all for today's show. Molecules House view was produced by Maka. SIPPY research by yelling Goffin Antea. Thomas Alexander L.. Studio managers were Louis Allen and Christie Evans. Coming up at twenty hundred London. A brand new edition of multiple on Design Molecules House. Fear returns same time tomorrow. Eighteen hundred London. That's ten A._M.. In San Francisco. I'm Andrew Mullah. Thank you for listening.
Is the Disney Bundle a Game Changer?
"It's wednesday august seventh. Welcome to market flooring. I'm macaroni and i'm joined in studio by motley four analyst jason moser jason. How how are we doing today out. He just fine about you. I'm doing good excellent doing good. I'm so glad to be in here. It's grail always. I really liked doing the show with you. You know i love doing the show with you and also gotta give a shout out to chris hill for yesterday's podcast. I've worked with chris and i was wrong for more than twenty years since one thousand nine hundred so i don't know why i'm still surprised by just the majesty in the brilliance that is chris hill but yesterday's market fori is one of the all time greats yeah. I agree total so if you didn't hear it then actually if you didn't hear just just stop right now and go go listen to it and if you did listen to it then i would encourage you to forward order to someone you love or maybe someone you don't really love but just forward it because it is a incredibly compelling entertaining podcast and it's a public service. It is in you know i i said something him on slack about that like i'm never surprised it's something like that always just proud and impressed just but never surprised because because he's he's got to figure it out and he had me with the moose. That was the best part okay lose crossing. I don't wanna give anything away. Okay on that note today's show we're gonna talk some c._v._s. earnings. We're gonna talk some lumber liquidators off or lack of liquidators. Maybe that refers chris to the stock price but let's begin with disney now at the time of our taping shares of disney down around five percent on her earnings jason now disney citing the twenty first century fox integration not going swimmingly there and week theme parks attendance. You don't hear that every day as well as their streaming investments so those are just a few of the culprits. What do you make of disney's downturn here while i mean this is the same disney that we just we'd been so a few sive over you know in in recent quarters. I mean it it. It is the same business. I think it's really easy to get on the bandwagon with disney in love this investment because there are a lot of ways to win but you made some very hey good points there in the region. I think these are the questions that they'll need to answer in the coming year or two <hes> particularly in regard to the twenty first century fox acquisition. I mean that was a massive massive deal that that integration is not gonna come without challenges and hiccups <hes> it it. It is gonna take some time. Obviously we won't know until we know but they need to really convince us as investors that they can pull this off without wasting too much time and or money yeah and one of the problems was speaking of the twenty first century fox the film business and this this film this movie dark phoenix right a real bomb. Did you see dark phoenix. I did not the you know. The dark phoenix was a film or movie. I remember reading about it somewhere at some point but it does sound like it was a twenty th century fox side of the business is not one of the <hes> you know pixar lucasfilm marvel just gyms that they seem to to keep on churning out time after time <hes> i mean you know the the twentieth century fox was going to give them a big portfolio of intellectual property right and that's what they do best is they take all of this property all of these stories and characters characters and they just we've gold just for decades so i suspect we will see them continue to do that. I mean they're going to be some bombs along the way but to your point about parks it was interesting to see the while part traffic was down. Marginally i mean it was a couple of percent. Maybe down per capita spending was up. It sounded like the park attendance was down that was a bit of a conscious decision on their part to ratchet back a little bit on the demand side as they're rolling out this new star wars <hes> dynamics of the parks okay so you're not sweating the whole not i mean this was a disneyland thing at least partly <hes> and it was something that was more or less self inflicted <hes> as time. They're working on really making making sure they nailed down. The experience. In that is something that i i appreciate because you know you remember a lot about disneyworld and his when you go there when you come back you you really remember the quality the the experience and and that's one of the advantages they wanna make sure they have that down pat before they roll this out to the masses okay so let's move on to streaming because they made a big announcement ciment on their earnings call disney announcing that they will offer a bundle of their three streaming services disney plus hulu and e._s._p._n. Plus for twelve twelve ninety nine a month starting november now. If that amount sounds familiar that's because netflix is most popular plan is also twelve ninety nine disney ceo bob iger says that's a coincidence own sure yeah. So what do you think of the disney bundle because that sounds pretty pretty compelling. Especially when i looked at hulu this morning and i looked at all the hulu channels i could get and i'm like wow i can get c._n._n. I can get m._s._n._b._c. and fox fox news and all of the news channels can get e._s._p._n. I get all of the cable channels. I wanna watch. I mean that's pretty compelling. Yeah while i mean for for as long on as we can remember i mean we've talked about what a great value net flicks is in and it really is. I mean <hes> you're paying not a whole heck of a lot for ages slew of content <hes> and i think you would make that argument with this bundle as well. I mean this is going to be a tremendous value. Even if it's not everything that you wanted to be for the price that you're paying. You're gonna have a very broad offering content that spans from animated made a disney content to sports to news to you know whatever else they have in their streaming catalogue on hulu which is a lot <hes> and i think that you know we knew what we assume. We pretty sure that we're going to do some type of bundle thing. Because why wouldn't you <hes> and it really does boil down to. How will they be able to raise prices for this over time. I think they very very wise thing in offering this package for such a low price and i mean we don't know oh exactly what's going to be in it but i can guarantee. There's going to be a lot in there that's going to it's going to scratch a lot of different issues so to speak and it'll give them room to raise that price over time okay so i i am both a disney shareholder in a netflix shoulder so as the disney shareholder. I'm pretty fired up about this bundle. Yes how should i feel as a netflix shareholder because as we've talked about time and time i'm again a lot gets made of this disney versus narrative disney versus narrative and the price seems fairly fairly quick convenient vignettes the same price as netflix says most popular plan. Is this a threat to net flix or do. You think that's overblown. I i think it's overblown. Firstly i mean i do. I think that netflix the excess done such a good job in helping spearhead this over the over the top movement really destroying movement that i think they've established themselves as kind of bed rock doc streaming position. It's a bedrock member of the services to which you'll subscribe in and i think they'll be able to maintain that a position for the foreseeable future <hes> because again it's it's a tremendous catalog and a lot of a lot of content there. I think that disney has put themselves in the conversation <hes> as a bedrock holding holing as well now. I don't think it's a threat to net flicks. The question i think for investors when it comes to net flix though is how much farther can netflix raise prices now right because i mean this is all about for net flicks they're starting to. They've got a very big subscriber base. I mean it's it's reasonable to figure that maybe they're kind of the that that growth is going to be a little bit tougher to come by. Particularly more competition enters the fray. So how much farther can they raise prices before people start saying you know what maybe maybe. I don't find that to be as worth it or maybe i'll downgrade to the simplest plan they have in in that to me could be a big problem for investors. I it's a problem for netflix the company but i mean as an investor that's my first question because the one thing we're critical of netflix is that they pay a lot of money every every year for content i mean they had a wapping bill that is going to be do for the foreseeable future in. I don't know that that ever really gonna slow down in. I know content is a very personal thing right. Some people love certain content some people don't i personally view net flicks is having very mediocre universe of content and it. It sounds like they're going to be losing a lot of stuff here in the near future now. That's just an opinion right. I know other people love their content but i know i'm not the only person that shares the opinion that their content is somewhat mediocre <hes> so then it goes back to how much can they raise prices before people start trying to make a decision way one versus the other. I don't know that they have a whole heck of a lot of room want to do that in if they don't. That's going to be a big problem for the financial side of this business okay so back to disney plus though if netflix ultimately is not that threatened by disney plus. They're fighting their own fight with the cost of content. Who do you think is most threatened by disney plus. I think it's the traditional cable companies in we even we even saw nice passage in the call with bob. Eiger talking about houses disney is kind of having their cake and eating it too. It's really neat because for the longest time they've played on the traditional side of the equation right playing with the cable companies navy affiliate advertising revenue they bring it from being a part of that cable relationship but as time goes on and we see that cable relationship is eroding as we see more offerings whether to live or youtube live or whatever into disney is now having to sort of play both sides of the fence there and making some of their content there for cable companies available but also building out their own offerings here with their streaming properties whether it's plus s._p._n. Plus or hulu live or hulu disney really controls a lot of the power here because they can pick and choose and i think that i mean cable companies are just on the wrong side of history. They're notorious aureus for just really bad service one of the great things about streaming as the services so cut and dried simple and easy and the interface is so slick experiences so great whether it's netflix h._b._o. Window of time i mean it's no time exactly i mean there's a problem you know. The solution is typically on the website. You just go click a button. It's fixed <hes> i mean i feel like the cable. Companies are just in this long. Slow bleed and i. I don't know what there's not. I don't know of anything anything brings that back. A cable company could offer me a full cable package for fifty dollars now and they can give it to me. I don't want it because i don't want to deal with them. I don't want the cable cool box. I don't want all of those channels that i don't watch i mean the streaming environment that is so robust and slow grade. I will say and i may have mentioned this to you that a couple years. As part part of an internal development program here the and we had the opportunity to go to philadelphia and <hes> we visited comcast and it was really really great visit and i will say that <hes> <hes> i we have files and i used to be comcast subscriber was not in love with the service i'm not her but but but the people were absolutely absolutely wonderful but we're running late for this visit and we're meeting with different comcast executives and we're running like an hour later a few minutes late because we had different visits in the city and and so they they we had this conversation with their different executives and afterwards i was feeling kind of emboldened and and i should have had an editor i should have many times in life but instead i went up to the woman who i think headed up their corporate communications and i said you now sorry we were late <hes>. I was tempted to tell you that we're gonna be here sometime. Between two oh my god they said that to you know. I'm luckily i'm luckily used to this response by now. She kind of just weekly smiled mild. I don't remember an audible laugh but here's the thing if if you're at comcast and you have an opportunity to make a joke about comcast to comcast's i think you've gotta take oh you never never you probably never see that opportunity again and then like for for most of the vitriol in sarcasm that flows through twitter in regard to comcast. I'm sure they see none of it. Really oh man i i. I don't blame you offer. That's that's a good one. I think you've ever stand up playing in the back of the room and that's where all the leave on a high note but i don't know what this is actually planning to whatever is behind behind the back of the room and it was it was okay good so i want to move on but i want. I do want to ask you one more question but as we know as investors there are no guarantees aaron teas so if five years from now we're looking at disney plus and saying that didn't work up disney really coughed up a hairball what happened <hes> <hes> i so i would think i don't think you'll be content because they think they know that content is what makes it so special so i'd have to believe it would be on the execution side like the customer experience the streaming experience that they don't make that easy discovery needs to be good. The infrastructure structure needs to be it needs to be you know and that's one of the things netflix has always done so well. It's just simple. It's simple us <hes>. I think they need to make sure that it's it's simple to use is an organized well <hes> in if it's not then i suspect people will complain about it now. The flip side of that is if it's not and people do complain about it well. There's your opportunity ready to make it better. Listen to what the people are telling you to do so it's a solvable problem but i don't think it'll be on the content side because i am pretty sure they know the contents. The big advantage and let's move onto c._v._s. c._b._s. Shares of c._v._s. up around five percent earnings jason same store sales rising four point two percent and c._v._s. also raising its four-year guidance. Yeah i mean it's really amazing to see where this company is. Today versus the c._v._s. that <hes> you and i grew up with you didn't grow up with but new from ten fifteen twenty twenty years ago <hes> because they really have diversified themselves until multifaceted healthcare company. I mean for the longest time c._v._s. was just this kind of grocery store that you would walk into to buy deodorant nicorette or whatever it was but now it's like you can go in there and get whatever you want but beyond just the store i mean they've got all of these initiatives with health hubs and aetna and p._b. 'em wins and medicare advantage lives that are gonna be coming online and in twenty twenty and the minute clinic strategy so they've got they're taking this big physical footprint of stores that they have and recognizing that they need to do more with it and i think you know we saw longtime ago the move where they stopped selling cigarettes and tobacco in that was a sign of really what matter to them in what they were trying to become and in. I think they're executing. Their in indiana acquisition would closed at the end of last year. <hes> is working out well. Pharmacy claims process route four percent prescriptions filled up six percent <hes> again. They're reaching out to you <hes> consumers by becoming a more comprehensive offering okay that all sounds good but then i look at the stock chart yeah over the last year around twenty percent of the market s._n._p. Is roughly around where it was was last august k. It's been obviously volatile year so it's lost in the market shares down around twenty percent over the last year what is going on with the stock well. I think a lot of it you know certainly centers around around <hes> not only a bit of a nebulous healthcare environment but i mean the aetna acquisition that was a big big acquisition and you it reminds me of actually reminds me of insult comes back to mccormick early. It reminds me of mccormick r._v. Foods deal <hes> you media remember when that happened at the time <hes> as good of a business mccormack was or is <hes> the the questions were fares. Are they going to be able to pull this acquisition off because it was a big. One in i think was c._v._s. That is a question that still is up for debate and that's valid. It's been a very long time since they made this acquisition. They really stretch themselves financially to do it. <hes> they've put share repurchases on hold. They're not gonna be raising the dividend at all and so when you have those two those two things right there are alone. Investors are probably looking at and thinking well. It's not really going to be some big income play and we know they're not going to be repurchasing shares. Maybe there you know other other better opportunities out there here but i do think in three years when we look back at this given all of these things that they're trying to do the catalysts on the horizon between health hubs and the minute clinics mix in there four and a telemedicine with you know what company i'm getting. I know where you're going with this. I know tell the doc in the i think the medicare advantage anton's lives that are coming online and twenty twenty twenty million new potential customers that they're going to be able to to try to woo so i think in the course of the next three to five years i think we'll look back at this point in time as being very good time to buy shares of this company. That all sounds compelling. I have one request yes half f- to make their receipts shorter. I don't understand why they hang on man. It's ridiculous when i come out of there and it's like a hundred yard long long receipt i mean how many trees is that. I it it to me. I mean it's not like management's unaware. I mean people make fun of it all the time. It's like that's that's. Their identity. Almost is c._b._s. Great place really long receives you. It seems like a pretty hard to be like a nickel or not to have a long receipt. We're just sending. Would you like to pay two cents more not have long receipt yes. Yes i would yes of course yes. I don't know what to do with it. I mean it's constrain the garbage okay so let's move on a rough day for lumber. Liquidators shares down around fourteen percent on earnings hitting a ten career low. They missed on profits. They missed on sales outlook not so great so this may not even be the floor right for for this couple. That was a good one. You saw. I saw what you did there. <hes> and this is a good show today. Guys i hope your love and <hes> the mean man. This is really fascinating story to watch because i mean really this company should have recovered from the fallout from time ago with the health concerns over the flooring so two thousand fifteen yeah sixty minhaj reports they found that lumber liquidators appeared to be selling laminate flooring from china with high levels of formaldehyde. The stock roy took a nosedive live lumber. Liquidators ended up paying thirty three million dollar penalty for lying to investors regarding the sale of its laminate flooring from china yeah in in the good news is that early that litigation is essentially in the rear view mirror for this company now and and you know like i said they really should have been able to say okay okay well. It's in the rear view now moving forward and this is the plan to recover <hes> in in unfortunately what we've seen is they not been able to recover and that's for a number of reasons. I i mean i do. It's a difficult business. I mean they essentially you're just selling a commodity good right and they're not the only ones that sell it. I mean you're looking at home depot and lowe's as massive competitors in the space that sell basically the same stuff. I mean we had our basement finished at our house a couple of years ago and we're going through looking at all flooring options and stuff. I mean we never even consider lumber liquidators and at one because of the litigation and the healthcare found better stuff else where we're seeing price so i mean it's on game two former navy if they start. That's called a worse if they get into that. I'm selling those company companies immediately. I mean it is it is just a very difficult business so it's not one where they really have any pricing power. Their brand is in the toilet. We let unfortunately and they've not been able to get it back and so then you hear on a call and hate hearing this phrase our transformation plan remains on track okay unlike readily i mean okay but show me how and they really can't point anything because traffic is still down now part of that is because of this big secular shift away from bamboo bambu flooring and more towards other <hes> options less expensive more durable options and they've been tagged by that bamboo problem a little bit <hes> <hes> they are certainly faced. Would they china tariffs problem. I mean they are working on trying to bring their sourcing <hes> in china down from around a fifty percent number two like a forty to forty five percent number but i don't know that that's going to have a really material impact on the business at all. I mean the problem is that that meagher top line growth with was really thanks to the opening doors. They open three stores. They closed ones on the net two new stores. They're talking about wanting to open ten to fifteen as year. I think there's probably too much actually so i don't know that the solution is simple for this company. I don't know that they're necessarily is one. It's not to say that the stock can't go up from mir. It's probably kind of dirty value. Are you playing but look out. There's way better businesses and better ideas at there so i i would look at this one just immediately take a pass okay so now it's time time for the desert island question. You're on a desert eyeless over the next five years. I think i think i exact mccormick you. Go off the board. Exclude those two exactly. I think i think i know i know where you're going with this but you're on you're on a desert island and over the next five years you can buy either disney c._v._s. or lumber liquidators bit of a contrarian play okay. I guess if he went with that last one. Where are you going. Wow that you know i'm surprised you're hesitating already surprised you know well. I really love healthcare and give him a c._v._s. Documents in relation to i'm gonna go c._v._s. interest yeah. Let's keep attractive. You know i love disney is not a knock against disney. I think talk about the bundle. I am very excited about the buzzer. He listen i. I'm going to have that bundle okay. Don't get me wrong mac. I love that idea but i do feel like i. I feel like the pessimism out there on c._b._s. Right now is a little bit unwarranted and i think over the course of the next three to five years. I think c._v._s. is going to outperform disney and if they they cut down on the length of their receipts i mean that's i mean that's a windfall. I mean that's that's that's immediately a full one hundred base margin easily mortgage mortgage. That's their disney disney. You heard it here first. That's their bundle there. You go okay well. As always people on the show may have interest in the stock and the motley fool may have formal recommendations for so buy or sell stocks based solely on what you hear jason moser. Thanks for joining me. Thank you and thanks for listening. That's it for this. Edition of market for the show is mixed by dan void. I mac career. Thanks for listening and we will see them off doc.