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Introducing: Found

Equity

18:41 min | Last month

Introducing: Found

"Equity is brought to you by x. crunch that prodigious tech-rich cable. You keep running into you can break through that payroll at a steep discount if you use the promo code equity. If you do you'll get access to our best stuff you'll make really good internally at the same time another that. Let's start the show. Hello and welcome back to equity techcrunch venture. Capital focus podcast. We unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This is our wednesday episode where we niche down to a single topic or theme or thing and i'm joined today by natasha. Moss greenwich how are you doing. I'm doing fantastic of this week's theme is about yet another startup. Podcast entering the world and ready to take the equity crowd. So i don't know how we got here but i am happy to be here. We are joined today by two of tech wrenches. Most finding lovely people we have. Darrell etherington. darryl how're you great alex. Thanks for having me. Yeah we also have jordan crook jordan. You are the face of t see at all of our live events. Good to have you on the show. That's what it says. I might paychecks that. Why is that whether so large yeah. Yeah they're the kind of cartoony cardboard ones they send them to me via ups. It's a whole hassle. That sounds like an enormous waste. Have you heard about then. Mo- it's this new thing in the fintech space saves a lot of time. I hear what's fintech actually. I i keep saying that. Acronym a little word out loud and this is the way the show is going to go up. But we are here because daryl jordan are putting together a brand new podcast on the i dunno budding. Podcast family network if you will. It's called the found and two things up front one. I want to know what it's about so we can tell everyone who's listening to. How did you get that awesome twitter handle well so i wanna i say that. I just think it's really gracious of you to have us on when we have a superior. Podcasts like lettuce. Siphon your your listener so yeah no i mean. Watch your backs equity let. Let's start with the differences because they're not the same show because it'd be kind of silly so equity newsy jokes financing number e venture capital found. As far as i can tell is really about to sitting down with one or maybe a pair of founders and going through the founding story of their company or the whole life cycle of of what they've built so far. Yeah it's the. It's the founding story and then also the building so the one thing we don't really talk too much about his numbers and that's only because me and jordan can't do math can't do math because he's canadian. We all know this metric system throws them off. Yeah yeah now. We don't talk about numbers we don't get into like the valuations or the revenue. Or you know like we talk a little bit strategically about things like cac and some of that stuff. But it's really about who these people are as people and like what gave them the courage or inspiration or motivation to start a company and why it was challenging how they overcame it so kind of instead of the numbers behind the headlines. It's the people behind the headlines. If i may say wow clever. I'm and trying to figure out interesting. Because what is your tagline. Tell us what you do a tagline. Welcome to the show bam c. c. To copy what equity did which was longtime ago. I think it was me wrote down the script this crappy the and as been copy and pasted to strip sense for several hundred episodes. Now you've just been saying the same damn thing. I don't even know if it's any good makes sense. I understand what. I'm getting. What i hear it which is great and found like you know we try to say every week we interview a different sort of founder about the experience of building their company and growing their company. And we do a little of that. So that's that's what you can kind of get out of it and then from there it just kind of collapses the falls apart me and jordan. Just make fun of each other for like when we're talking about the differences. You mentioned equity had a lot of jokes. Found has superior jokes as podcast people. We'll be locking during the podcast. Which one of the other guys unintentionally under sell yourself so. Tell me about the process how long this has been in the works who you're inviting and while you're inviting them because i think that will definitely make our listeners excited about what's to come for found for sure we started this. I mean we kind of a little bit late last year. A really got it going this year and the idea was you know we have so many conversations with founders in the process of working on stories for tech ray and a lot of that is just lost right and so many times. I've finished an interview and ben like you know. I wish that i had just asked them. Can i make this whole thing. Just a podcast right. Especially because of the work jordan's been doing two extra crunch live and she's been talking to people in a slightly less formal setting than are typical injury. Thing and a lot of those stories are really valuable to so it was kind of like. Let's take this and turn it into a more sort of formal. Shell forty five minutes. We don't wanna go too long but we want to have a real conversation with people where they can kind of. Let their guard down. I know that seems like a cliche but people really do. Let their guard down there. Also like has booked some amazing founders. I think between the two of us. I've been attacked wrench for ten years. Theros in tech media for more than that. So between the two of us we've talked to thousands and thousands and thousands of founders and not every single one is interesting but there are some like you said that levy feeling really motivated and inspired and excited and all of the people. He's book so far have left me feeling that way. They've been awesome conversations. Let's talk a little bit about the nuts and bolts of this so first of all. It's coming out weekly jordan. Is that right. That is correct. We drop every friday. And we'll also be doing a post on techcrunch right where you can just listen before subscribing. If you wanna see the bed and that'll be coming out on saturdays. So you can expect that. The following day drops on friday the postal go up on the site on on saturday. And according to my my notes dr chris put together for me. This starts on april ninth. Which should be people here this in about. Today's that's right. Yes you can get in there and be one of the first. I think then you can make an nfc may be. I'm not sure how those you can. T audio can you. The cool thing is we don't have an f. T. we talk about them so you don't have to cool no competition whatsoever. So i have a question about this because you have to find founders. Who are who are interesting. And i know a couple of talking to a few today actually for for tc stories. Who are my favorites. And they're they're they're open and they're funny and they're willing to tell you things but on the flip side of that so many founders have been media trained into boringness and they become like the just like yesterday. Cereal in her mouth just gross. How do you weed them out. So you don't end up with like forty minutes of someone being like well. It's a great question. I think that we think about the product strategy week. I think one of the benefits is that we are talking to founders. Who are at the earlier stage. So they're not as media trained and that one helps with candor for us and making sure that we're getting the real story and getting some openness from them it also i think helps for just content in general the audience can actually like relate to these people. They're not ten years out into the future working on their ipo. There in the trenches right now working on working on their business you know. They're not as relatable guests. You know relatable topics not every founder out at an ipo stitch. Alex should be then they can give me there. S one but the show. I cut you off. Sorry no. I was just going to ask like who. You're hoping. Take something away from this show. And i want to be super hair but i am curious because there's so much content out there who are you hoping listens to found has something to say about it or something to share about it. So we're i think we're hoping for other founders right. it's it it is definitely appear aimed kind of podcast right. And i think that the benefit has there is like jordan said like people are being very real about it and also their experienced varies so much so i think it's a great one to listen to if you're feeling like maybe i don't identify necessarily with this group like or the traditional kind of vision of entrepreneurial startup entrepreneur 'cause like we've honestly been focused on making sure that the people that we speak to represent a whole diversity of experience and so we're not just talking to people from the valley who are stanford droughts or whatever it's not like a bunch of zuckerberg's which i don't think that's really very hard identify with. I would hope so anyway. But uh personality daryl. People don't have one zack. Look if you wanna come on the show we'll make okay so we're talking to early stage founders. We're getting the media behind the story. My question is more about this. The about the emotional story of building a company because there are so many ups and downs or is this more like a almost lessons learned. What did you pick up along the way what can other founders learn from to avoid. Maybe some potholes that you hit when we're building this company from the ground up. I think this far. We've actually done a really good job of balancing both of those. So i think that there is a lot about if you're interested in the story of people just people and and what their story is from getting from. Adp this is a great podcast. If you're interested in learning about how to actually successfully build a business there's some tactical stuff in there. That is really shouldn't miss. And so i think the combination of those two things is what makes found special what i like about it though and the reason why i wanted to have you guys on to kind of riff about because i feel like equity and found are very much in the core of what techcrunch is and why. We're i'm proud of it. I frankly why we're different than a lot of other publications. We don't do everything we kind of try to stay in our lane we care about startups. We want to track them from. I guess what we now call precede through late stage growth and going public. I mean so. It's very much in our niche jordan. Use that to me. When i first joined crunch because i was new for interview advised. No and you're just like i feel like you need to make founders feel like you are a shoulder a professional shoulder but you're only going to get the real interviews when they view you as a shoulder to talk about the things that don't come up during the press release or the embargoed funding round and it's cool to see that vision make its way into found because that is continues to be kind of the hardest thing to do during interviewing and i feel like that's why people don't do it or there's not space for it in story quote unquote so yeah. I think one of the things we do it wrench in. General is were collaborators on storytelling. And it's our you know our words but it's coming from them and their inspiration. So i think found does a does a good job of that as well as you know there and i have been buddies for many many years and it's fun to sit with him and talk to founders together. That's something we haven't really gotten to do. And i've really enjoyed it. You can't wear secret but people don't know is that we really just do equity because like our crew and we get to hang out with our friends and call it work though you've just blown off the show. You just made it explicit now. Everybody's going to be able to make good shows not just forget and then and then grind it out for four years and some. How does your friends along the way. That's look we're gonna throw to some audio from the show in a second here. But i want to go over a couple of guests. You have coming on kathy. Is it hanan hanan noon. Never go from degnan energy. Why is she a guest on the show so she was one of our first guest and she is working in the space. That's very interesting. Which is geothermal energy. We got ahold of her because she was pitch does like a bunch of people are but she had this experience. That was pretty unique. Like working for a long time at google x and working on moon shots and in the process of doing that like found this one area and it was like this area is really nishi but it's also like super venture back of all and super important and she wanted to build their right so i think they just raised their series day still pretty early right. But like at the volta where they're thinking about growth so she also talks us through some of the unique challenges they had with pivoting their business model because what they were doing was working. So it's a great example of kind of like how you can be nimble and then also how you can pursue something that you are truly passionate about that you truly want to see like out there in the world. Yeah as a real heart story too. Because she worked on men shots at google. And all of these things that are like so important and cool and like breakthrough. But you can't go like what are you gonna do that. You can't do anything with a lot of it. And so she finally found this thing. That was huge breakthrough moonshot that she could go and commercialize. It is a journey. Another you guys talked to amman. Abu zied co founder and ceo of incredible health. Tell me what kind of went into that. Yeah so this was one where i had interviewed him on for an article for techcrunch about her platform which is a hiring platform for nurses. So it's a very specific of software to right but it turns out that there are lots of nurses in the of all and they're often looking for jobs and it's actually quite difficult for them to get jobs using traditional tools and vice versa to for for the cares the hospitals so it was just great to hear from her all about how like she was a doctor and she witnessed this firsthand and she wanted to provide tool that not only like made that easy and like addressed all the gaps that were there and traditional tools but also that like helped nurses and healthcare professionals throughout their career and especially underrepresented people working in those fields who typically like don't have access to a lot of the tools Through again with more traditional hiring puffer and this is actually the pre show. I i got to listen to this one essentially to prep for today and also sneak peek. It's really interesting to hear about her. Talk about the shortage in the the world of healthcare staff. Yes it's crazy like part of being good at running a startup and talking about a startup and getting venture capital is being able to explain the problem and this is one of those like the radar problems. I don't know that everyone thinks about her is aware of. But it's like i think nursing is the biggest sector of employment in our country. Could be wrong but i think it's like way up there if not truck drivers it's like the and yet at the same time has the biggest shortage in terms of our hospitals. Like how is that a thing right and so she really tackled it in an interesting way and thought a lot about the nurses. I and it has really customer. Centric approach super co-founder. Well we have some internal competition now even though we're not really fighting for the exact same smart just so different after this conversation i'm clear about how different we are. You guys take comfort in that. And where i do wanna end with like a serious question. Which is how you got your twitter handle. You have all avoided answering it on internal flags being the beginning of the show. Can you please tell me how you got. Fouled because we do not have equity. Let's just say it was a magical intervention. No it wasn't asking you shall receive kind of situation who owned it this. He asked him fall into disuse. Let's say for many many years and then twitter can make things available once that happens. Daryl and jordan can make things happen for you that is the takeaway no but in all seriousness. We're rooting for you guys. Hopefully our equity listeners. Enjoy alex is saying no. But i say yes and i'm sure dancing software on an easy one is saying yes and authority you guys i guess for an exclusive sneak peek on an upcoming episode. And big thank you also for for having we appreciate the the the brotherly love here on a closure always so. We do have a clip from an episode. And we're sticking to earl cole. Who is the co founder of smart tire company. Which does what it says on the ten and they make smart tires for vehicles using flexible nanomaterials created by nasa. So earl in. This clip is talking a bit about the working relationship with nasa. And he's very candidate about how that really enjoy. The biggest hurdles worked with nasa. So it's not like easy winner government entity and the water bureaucracy. And all of that. So they're very slow moving. Titanic and you know the starter. Business is fast very nimble. You're moving around your your pivoting. Your iterating you're doing all that nasty like need a signature. We're gonna need three weeks for that or one signature. Like how as so things can change a lot in those three weeks and so you just got to get used to the rhythm of working with something so big like nasa but keep your eyes on the prize like okay. We know that we're working on something big and we. It's gotta put everything legally in place and and all of these things and we we The challenges odyssey like i say is working with nasa a price Educating consumers as we figured out how how much is actually would cost and then how can be scaled how you can decrease cost. I mean there's a lot of different things we're doing that. All science and engineering stopped at work in all for the rest of this year. That's why we're not going to bark at now into next year. It's a lot of rnd we have to do.

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Reddit's Future

Pro Rata

09:33 min | 2 years ago

Reddit's Future

"Welcome back. This Barada a podcast takes just ten minutes to get you smarter on the collision of tech business and politics. I'm Denver MAC on today show, the possible return of toys R us, and how Amazon just bird itself a bit deeper inside your house, but I read it so not too long ago read it was best known as the social media site. You didn't tell your friends or family that you visited for every thread and community on something like climate change or biomedical engineering. There was one about so-called creep shots or men taking and posting photos of unsuspecting, women advertisers. Not surprisingly stayed pretty far away. But today's read it is much much different and much more important. I the company banned many of its scummy or topics. It also revamped its business strategy and last year generated over one hundred million dollars by selling adds to a whole host of who's who in the fortune five hundred and in a pretty major validation of the overhaul. Read it yesterday announced that it's raised three hundred million dollars in new venture capital funding, led by Chinese Internet giant tencent at a whopping valuation of three. Three billion dollars. But why this matters isn't really the money. If that read it is increasingly where tomorrow's mainstream conversations begin if you wanted to learn about bitcoin and crypto currencies years before the newspaper articles and magazine covers read it was your spot, or maybe more importantly as we head into twenty twenty read it was where Donald Trump was first taken seriously as a presidential candidate. Or at least where you could I see that. There was major energy around him. This site has the same reaches Twitter, but with different organizational structure and more focused on community than on celebrity and read it should only grow larger with this new three hundred million dollars in the Bank in fifteen seconds. We'll go deeper with Alexa. So Hanan read. It's co founder and current managing partner of the firm initialized capital. The first this. There's more news out there than ever before. But these days it's harder than ever to find it and to know what to trust axios. AM takes the effort out of getting smart by synthesizing, the ten stories that will drive the day and telling you, I they matter subscribe at sign up dot, axios dot. Com. And now back to the program to podcast. We're joined now by Alexis. Oh, Hanan read it's co founder and currently managing partner of an early stage. Venture capital firm called initialized capital. So let's you recently said at a conference that you felt we had hit what you referred to as peak, social or peak social media. What do you mean by that? The I think we're seeing people start to retreat from these social platforms that are one too many where people basically collect followers, and they're retreating back to private groups and communities that everything for group chats to obviously read it pioneer this in the way of all communities, but also forums across the board that that bring people together out of shared, passion or interest or sports or fashion where we back coming girl boss that's doing specifically around professional Lenny women, and I think that this trend is all they gonna continue as we're all kind of felt up with the traditional one too many social media Reddin Twitter, obviously are structured differently. And I understand the. Of the followers in Twitter. But there's a lot of similarities between their right? And in the ability to have conversations to be able to respond to basically have threads. There are that think of Twitter as a as a cousin of sorts to chief difference. Does that read it is organized around these communities of shared interest? And so that's what brings people together. It's the community of patriots fans. All and I'm sure they're still talking about the school. And it's a it's a community of fashion experts on our such male fashion advice, I'm all talking about six stuff. So whereas Twitter is organized around following you. The visuals read it is organized around following communities, and I've pretty bullish long term that these community platforms are going to only grow in popularity. We've actually coming gilded that just focuses on gaming tease because people are kind of fed up with social as it is. And they want to to bring the conversation to things where there's a shared interests shared passion. And. Less about sort of building personality tribes. Let's talk a little bit about read the deal that gets announced yesterday this big funding round. It gets led by China's tencent, the the big internet company, if you are on read it, which I assume you are there has been lots and lots of concern about what this means since the platforms have been blocked for eight months now in China. Should there be concerns that read it is going to come up with essentially a censored version of itself for the Chinese market speak as a board member now, but I would echo what the CO yesterday, which is that the interest of read it are still the same which is to grow make it be a home for as many different people different communities as possible. And that that has not changed regardless whose investing I'm wondering, what is the money due. In other words that we've heard a lot and I understand read. It's not a pure media company in the sense of journalism company say like a BuzzFeed or even an axios. It's kind of the more this hybrid like Twitter. But when a company takes tons of cash it has to now create. Tons of cash that's kind of the deal at strikes should users be worried about major changes because read it now, I don't wanna say as a new master. But definitely has different things that must prioritize. Well, I would point to the progress that read it as made of last year's and in credit, especially to Jen wall. Who's the COO over there of she's got a great mind, not just for the business of social media? But also, the the product to support it, and and there is I think there's clearly been a renewed interest in read it as an advertising five more specifically because it does not capture personal information, and and yet can still deliver really effective advertising 'cause it's organized around these communities of interest. So you don't need to know Facebook depth of details around potential survivor ties E instead just knowing that they're part of a fan community about a certain thing actually tells you a lot more about the psycho graphics that are more viable, and and I do think. Long term. The really exciting thing for me about read. It is the ability to make money through digital goods and read it gold is a very early example of that. We saw just recently there was a four night concert. But I think generated thirty million dollars activity digital goods are real and generate real revenue, and they also went down. Well, mate users really happy in the process and read it has such a strong bent that. I think when executed properly the digital goods becomes even more variables revenue stream and one that is is far more sustainable. I think in the long term that just advertising. Let's final question for you. You know in the very early days of the two thousand sixteen presidential race the first place arguably to take Donald Trump seriously as a candidate was ready. You know, if you go back, and you go back to the the Donald threat, and there was a lot of problematic stuff in there. But there was a lot of interest in and I wonder does the company look internally and. Might even re to your knowledge kinda released metrics, I would think read it might have a better sense of who's actually generating interest for the primaries. This time around than the polling is going to. I think you're absolutely right about that. We don't have a formal process or doing that. I know in the past. There have been researchers who poured over renovated at glean, some of this some of the teams that read it will definitely be thinking about this in the run-up to election because that is interesting valuable, and it is a lot of ways these guys with a few hundred million active users who is a pretty good bellwether for what people are talking about online everywhere else. Reds co founder and co founder of initialized capital. Thanks so much for joining my pleasure, Dan, my final two right after this axios gives you the news and analysis you need to get smarter faster on the most important topics in our unique smart, brevity format. We cover topics from politics to science and media to tech subscribed to get smarter faster at sign up dot axios dot com and now back to the program a podcast. Now, it's done for my final two. And I up is the possible return of toys R us which last year filed for bankruptcy and then liquidated all of its stores yesterday. A group of former toys R us executives confirmed early reports that they've not only bought the brand, but are seeking a revival. Possibly as free standing stores or maybe mini stores inside of other retailers. Now, they obviously have some giant challenges like obtaining financing and getting toymakers to trust them again. But it is possible. The Jeffrey will come back to life later in two thousand nineteen and finally Amazon has agreed to by Eero a startup that makes so called mesh wifi routers for your home. Why it matters is twofold, first Emma's Zahn may simply merge this technology with that of its echo devices. Meaning that the tech giant would become an even more integral part of your home's infrastructure second, and probably more importantly, Amazon owning your router means it will know what else you connect to your router. That's the sort of data. It can use not only to sell you more stuff. But also to help it decide what to buy next. Because after all soon, none of us will have any secrets from the base os board, and we're done big. Thanks for listening into my producers, Adam Grassi and Tim show. Vers have a great national Plum pudding day, and we'll be back tomorrow with another pro rata podcast.

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Jennifer Pan Pt. 1

Crimes of Passion

48:45 min | 5 months ago

Jennifer Pan Pt. 1

"Due to the graphic nature of these crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of self harm and suicidal itchen. that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under the age of thirteen. Sixteen year old. Jennifer pans stood center stage trying not to think about the sea of faces in the audience. Scrutinizing her every move with each strike of her mallet the rich timbre of xylophone reverberated throughout the auditorium. It felt surreal. She could hardly believe. She was performing in salzburg. The city of mozart's birth. She worked to steady her breathing. Her solo approached its climax. But the old concert hall wasn't just filled with rich history and culture. It was also filled with smoke as dozens of patrons puffed on cigarettes and pipes. The tobacco drifted into jennifer's lungs. And she felt her airway start to constrict but she refused to stop playing. She wouldn't let asthma ruin her moment with the final beat of her mallet. Jennifer stole the show When the curtain fell she rushed outside her vision blurred as she pushed her way into the streets but it was already too late. The fresh air couldn't calm her frayed nerves. She was panicking. She was going to die in salzburg. Then like a knight in shining armor. Her fellow bandmates seventeen year old. Daniel wong sprinted jennifer's aid. He guided her head onto his lap and reassured her that everything would be okay. She just needed to relax slowly but surely the panic subsided as she regained control of her breath. Jennifer gazed into her. Heroes is in that instant. She knew this was a man. She would do anything for i. I'm leaning hobbs. And this is crimes of passion spotify original from podcast in the legal definition. A crime of passion is violent. Crime that occurs in the throes of extreme emotion leaving no time to reflect on the consequences but in this show we explore how passionate relationships sometimes lead us to criminal activity. How does a husband and wife become killer and victim or killer and co-conspirator if there's a thin line between love and hate what manipulates relationships into deadly results. You can find episodes of crimes of passion and all other originals from podcast for free on spotify or wherever. You listen to podcasts this week. We'll explore the relationship between jennifer pan. And her hyper controlling parents hand and vic will also see how her demanding upbringing jennifer up for disappointment and the forbidden romance. That tore the pan family apart next week will detail the horrific crime that changed jennifer's life forever. We have all that and more coming up. Stay with us. This episode of crimes of passion is brought to you by the completely reimagined. Twenty twenty four to escape mess. You listen to wear the story's going you might as well stay relaxed. The twenty twenty four to escape offers best in class legroom on gas models and available panoramic moon roof and of course ford co-pilot to help you feel confident and in-command on the road ahead gas model. Only based on the second row seat in the most rear word position classes non-premium compact utility. Here's to making easy decisions in life like this podcast here about to enjoy making a choice as simple when you know it will work like scotland thousand toilet paper with one thousand sheets for long-lasting rolls. It works as expected every time. No detective work is needed. It's a reliable easy choice. Keep life rolling. Save time and buy online at scott branch dotcom and add scott one thousand to your favourite retailers cart. This episode is brought to you by casper you're most life. Changing sleep is about. What's underneath with a casper mattress you'll get the cooling support of comfort. You need for the most refreshed feeling every morning. Only at casper dot com even before her birth in markham ontario jennifer pans. Life was not her own as the eldest child of two chinese vietnamese immigrants. She carried the heavy burden. Her parents hopes and dreams. She was expected to bridge the gap between two opposing cultures and elevate the pan family to greatness. While her mother. Big along was warm and compassionate. Her father way hand pan epitomize equalities of a demanding tiger parent a term coined by yale law school professor. Amy chua to describe her own approach to raising children like professor chula hand demanded perfection through tough love and psychological control. He rarely showed emotion or praise. Jennifer's accomplishments perhaps hands tough love approach stemmed from his own upbringing born and raised amidst the turmoil of the vietnam war. He came face to face with a grim realities of death endeavour station before i continue with hand psychology. Please note. i am not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But they have done a lot of research for the show. According to psychologist betty kirschner the adverse effects of such trauma can be passed down from parent child while some parents feel the need to remain resilient when dealing with emotional distress. The effect of shutting down can ultimately lead parents to become less responsive to the emotional needs of their children despite the mental and emotional anguish of growing up in war-torn country and managed to earn a college degree in tool and die and diesel mechanics but after the fall of saigon in nineteen seventy five. He realized that achieving a life of prosperity in vietnam would be impossible for him so in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine when he was only twenty six years old hand boarded a boat for a chance at something more. After an arduous journey across the seas here arrived on the canadian shores as a political refugee he was one of the few passengers to make it out alive. Many of the other asylum seekers in route from disease violent storms or pirate attacks once again when faced with death hand grew even more resolve to live after settling in a suburb of back. Another vietnamese refugee. The too quickly fell in love got married and started a family of their own. Their first child. Jennifer was born in nineteen eighty-six. Her brother felix was born three years later. Hanan bic supported their children by working at the magna international auto factory while their wages were meagher. They knew the importance of investing in their future. Man in particular believe that true success couldn't be attained in a single lifetime while he could only amount to being a tool and die maker. He expected his son to make a name for himself in the field of mechanical engineering for his daughter to become a doctor or a pharmacist to him. These fields offer the greatest potential for success and prestige. Although bic was more easy going when it came to expectations for her children she was also a dutiful. Wife who abided by your husband's wishes so hoping to secure prosperity through the accomplishments their children hanan bic meticulously planned for jennifer and felix's future success. All the kids had to do was follow their playbook they had to be the best hanan. Bic pushed both of their children into highly competitive activities to help them stand out from the crowd out of the two siblings. Jennifer showed the most promise. She learned piano at age four and took figure skating lessons at age six with hopes of pursuing an olympic gold. Of course this was all decided without any of her input. Luckily she was a natural on the keys and had a passion for the ice. She frequently placed among the top level pianist and figure skaters in toronto throughout her formative years. She collected a treasure trove of awards ribbons and medals to maintain her daughters perfection. Hand put her on regimented schedule. It started with early morning skate. Practice followed by eight hours of class than practice again and finally private lessons during her final years in elementary school jennifer often returned home late into the evening only to start her homework around ten pm. She had no time to herself to prevent her from getting distracted and also limited her social interactions. Jennifer wasn't allowed to wear makeup. Attend school dances or even think of dating. as a result of social life was limited. When she was finally allowed to attend to sleepover. Her parents made sure that the fun didn't disrupt her strict schedule. She arrived late and left early. The more she succeeded in her extracurriculars them more responsibility. Her parents placed on her shoulders. An rarely acknowledged her successes and was quick to comment on every mistake. Playing the wrong key or making the wrong turn meant carrying the shame of failure as a result jennifer felt chronically unloved and unworthy unlike her western peers. She rarely heard the words. I love you from her parents to cope with the printing pressure emotional solitude. She turned to self harm at a young age. While it's unclear exactly when it all began cutting most likely offer jennifer a sense of control in a world where she had none in two thousand eleven. Dr mia medina published a qualitative. Study exploring the reasons why individuals self-harm doctor medina examined a group of turkish women who resort to cutting because of their oppressive upbringings but her findings were universal. She argued that for some self harm was an attempt to have an impact on the relational world and reclaim personal agency. Unable to make her own decisions. Jennifer felt powerless against the mounting pressure of her father's expectations. In times of great emotional distress pressing sharply against her wrist offered her a semblance of comfort while she wasn't allowed to choose her career path her passions or even her friends jennifer realized that she could choose to embrace the physical pain of such moments. It took her mind off the emotional agony that define the rest of her existence while jennifer cut in secret and proudly displayed his daughters many achievements and a glass cabinet despite being reticent to shower his children with praise he was eager to show visitors that countless medals jennifer had received. It was clear that her success were his as well though she knew her. Strictly regimented life was unlike most other children her age jennifer desperately wanted to make her father proud like can she clung to the belief that oliver efforts would amount to something meaningful. One day. She wanted to be successful at all costs so she suppressed her negative emotions and played the part of a dutiful daughter. She did what her father demanded in went along with a rigorous schedule of extracurricular activities. She excelled in sport music and school to every year jennifer ranked among the top of her elementary school class. She often spent her breaks assisting administrators in the office or helping younger kids with their studies. She wasn't just a good student. She was kind and well rounded to. Everyone knew she was destined for greatness so when her eighth grade graduation approached in the year two thousand she had nothing but the highest expectations. Jennifer stood with bated breath as students assembled around her. she couldn't wait to hear the principal. Say her name. She was eager to add to her father's collection of awards. Considering her exemplary grades extracurriculars and close knit relationships with faculty. jennifer was a in for valedictorian. There was simply no one else could compare but as student after student was recognized for their achievements and she was passed over. She grew anxious. Thoughts of inadequacy raced. Her head we're the late nights completing homework and preparing for exams not enough where her volunteer work and assistance in the school office offer. Nothing do they not care about her extracurriculars when the valedictorian was finally announced. Jennifer's heart dropped. Another student had taken her place. Someone else had been better than her to her dismay. Her name was never called once. She received no recognition at all. Jennifer was crushed. Her father had insisted that striving for perfection ensured success but now she'd sacrificed years of her life to reach the top and had nothing to show for it. Jennifer suddenly felt that everything she had been told was based on a lie coming up. Jennifer forges a new kind of life listeners. Searching for another heart pounding true crime series today. 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She stayed up late practicing piano and studying for exams when she wasn't recognized as valedictorian of her eighth grade. Class in two thousand. She started to question whether there was a point to oliver hard work when she started ninth grade. Fourteen year old. Jennifer turned her back on school and focused on having fun and making friends instead rather than spending her breaks in the administrative office. She loitered in the band room or in the school hallways with her new best friends to best you and adrian tim kevin which thanks to her schools. Progressive approach to academics. Jennifer found caring less about her grades isi students were given autonomy to decide the rigors of their coursework. They were free to arrange their schedule however they wished they simply had to earn the required credits to graduate for someone like jennifer whose life had been precisely regimented since birth the newfound freedom made it difficult to keep up with her schoolwork while she had previously scored as on most of her elementary school exams. She soon realized that without sheer determination she was merely an average student. Her grades slipped into the seas which to her overbearing. Father hand might as well have been fs when she received her. First mid year report card jennifer knew her father would be livid to escape his wrath. She doctored her grades using some whiteout and photocopier. Jennifer turned herself back into a student at the time. She reasoned that since it was only her first year in secondary school. She could turn her grades around by the time it matter to colleges. Besides other students took home sees all the time even still her heart race does. Her father reviewed her report card to her relief. Hand bought the forgery comforted by her high marks. He even suggested that she redirect some of her energy back to ice skating. Jennifer happily agreed when school ended at three o'clock pm. Hand picked her up and shuttled her right to piano and skating lessons. He also maintain control over how jennifer spent her free time when she approached her father about joining her high school's track team. He dismissed the idea. She's simply didn't have the time piano and ice skating. Were two important feeling confident that jennifer was on track towards success however hand turned his focus on his son felix. Who seemed to be having a more difficult time in school with her father's attention inverted jennifer experienced things she had once thought impossible in two thousand and three. The sixteen year old fell for the love of her life in salzburg austria. While traveling with the school band she performed xylophone solo in a smoke filled music hall afterwards. She succumbed to a coughing fit. That forced her onto the streets gasping for air. Jennifer thought she was going died then in their fortunately another student. Seventeen year old. Daniel wong came to her. Rescue the spiky-haired half chinese half filipino. Boy placed her head on his lap and calmly helped her control her breathing. Eventually her panic subsided and she regained her breath with her head still resting on his lap. Jennifer stared up at her hero with instant devotion. This was the big love. She had been waiting all her life. Four while the two had crossed paths before and banned she had never really noticed daniel before but now she saw him for the man he really was someone who cared enough to save her life for that. She would love him at all costs while daniel was a well liked and talented musician. He was hardly the type of boy hand would ever approve of. He wasn't well mannered. Or and prioritized. Fun over academics. He even smoked pot. None of that matter to starry eyed jennifer with daniel. She didn't to be perfect. She could just be herself as their friendship evolved into a relationship. The two became inseparable talking or texting on the phone. After some time they began to have sex worried that her father would oppose their relationship. Jennifer and daniel kept their love a secret. They didn't see each other outside of class. Unfortunately during daniel senior year his grades were so dismal that his parents forced him to transfer to another school desperate for his love and affection. Jennifer refuse to let distance get in the way. Daniel was the only one in her life who stood her who didn't make her feel unloved and unworthy. She started skipping school to visit him across town at the time. She figured she wouldn't have to face the consequences of her actions anytime soon by her junior year of high school. She had doctored her report card. Repeatedly it helped her hide her subpar grades from her parents but didn't do much to ease her crushing anxiety. Meanwhile eighteen year old. Daniel was also backsliding without his girlfriend's constant supervision. At his new school he began selling weed at a local pool hall and bowling alley. At first it was easy money but the consequences quickly caught up to him one night. Local police picked him up with a pound of weed and arrested him for intend to traffic. He pleaded guilty and only avoided jail time by ratting out his source worried for his future. Jennifer pleaded with daniel to turn his life around thanks to her influence. He went on to attend york university for music and landed a managerial position at a restaurant. Pleased with his transformation. Jennifer did everything. She could to spend more time with him knowing. That hand wouldn't let her miss out on piano lessons or skating. Practice for social gatherings. She convinced her father to let her work part time as a restaurant server while the job was legitimate. She often lied about her hours. In order to see daniel at night and only agreed to the arrangement if jennifer maintained her straight as and continue to excel in figure skating. She happily accepted the compromise after all she was forging her grades anyway. Unfortunately she couldn't fake everything while preparing for the canadian national figure skating championships. Jennifer tragically tore his acl in an instant. Her skating career was over. Jennifer was happy to be free of the demanding practices and was left with even more time to see daniel but hand was crushed. His dream of an olympic gold vanished and crucial part of his meticulous. Roadmap to success was suddenly crossed off even so hand felt confident that his family was on the right track by two thousand four he and his wife big purchase a new home in a more expensive area of ontario after decades of funneling all of their savings into their kids. They finally bought something for themselves. Hands started driving a mercedes benz while bick drove alexis to the outside world. The pan family was moving up. In addition to purchasing a home in an affluent neighborhood they had raised good kids with bright futures ahead of them they were shining examples of the dream but reality was about to come crashing down one afternoon big pulled her new lexus into the busy pacific mall parking lot to pick jennifer up from her shift at the restaurant as cars zipped in and out of the parking spots beside her she double check the clock. Jennifer should have been done by now as bic scanned the parking lot for her daughter. Her eyes fell upon another vehicle nearby to her horror. She spotted jennifer kissing the man inside then. Climbing out bic felt sick. She couldn't believe her eyes. When jennifer opened the door to her mother's car bic snapped for eighteen years. Jennifer had been perfect. She was the golden child who had followed all the rules now she had crossed a line. Bic assumed the worst based on a single kiss. She worried that her daughter was in a serious sexual relationship and worried that jennifer was ruining her life. She claimed she had seen it happen before. Jennifer tried her best to explain. Daniel wasn't a bad guy. He was her one true yet even saved her life years earlier wall in salzburg. Despite her pleas hanan bic forbade their daughter from ever dating him. Jennifer was heartbroken. Sadly things would only get worse while jennifer had secured an audition at candidates. Prestigious queen's university piano hand made it clear that she would never attend even though she preferred a career in music. Hand was adamant that his daughter become a pharmacist. Then halfway through her senior year jennifer discovered that she was failing calculus because of the missing credit she wouldn't be able to graduate high school instead of owning up to her mistakes and making up the credit jennifer proceeded to make what she says was the most wrong decision of her life just as she had done to her report cards. She forged an acceptance letter to ryerson university. The move represented a major escalation in jennifer's lies but by then she was well practiced at deception according to a study published in nature neuroscience. The brain's response to dishonesty diminishes with successive lies. Using brain scans. Researchers from the university college of london captured the way the brains mick della activated when individuals lied the more participant lied the less activity there was in there amid della their research suggests that the more person lies the easier it becomes the study also found that the amid la became even less active mostly when people lie to benefit themselves in other words self seemed to fuel dishonesty in order to preserve her relationship and self image jennifer went from fibbing about her grades to fabricating a false future to ensure that neither hand nor bic would ask any questions about tuition. She forged additional documents that claimed she'd received three thousand dollars scholarship to save face. Jennifer was going to call it no matter what it took up next. 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After two years of commuting at ryerson she promised to apply to the university of toronto's more prestigious pharmacology school pleased with this arrangement. Hanan big showered her with graduation gifts. As the fall semester began at jennifer left home each week day in pretended to attend classes in reality. She found a spot in the toronto public library and thumb through the pages of pharmacology textbooks taking detailed notes when she returned home each night. She regaled her family with stories about all the interesting topic she'd supposedly learned about to keep her story straight. She lied to all of her friends. Except for daniel not only. Did she complain to her. Co workers about the immense workload. She often talked about how she needed to maintain a good. Gpa to keep her scholarship in reality without a high school diploma. She knew her options were limited yet. She did nothing to make up the missing credit with no plan for her future. She grew more and more anxious. Jennifer's mother beck noticed the change in her behavior when she pressed her daughter for answers. Jennifer took things one step. Further while ryerson was less than twenty miles from the pan family. Home jennifer complained about the stress of commuting to and from school wanting the best for their daughter hanan beck agreed to let her stay at her best friend. Topazes downtown apartment from monday through wednesday but instead of living with topaz jennifer found her with her boyfriend daniel wong and his parents about twenty five miles away from the university. Since her parents had already forbidden. Jennifer from dating daniel. She had to work overtime to sustain your another lie to keep up the illusion that she was sleeping at topazes. Jennifer called her parents every morning and night. If hand or bec aber called topaz to check up on their daughter topaz started a three way call to make. It seem that she was in the same room as jennifer jennifer. It was a complex but flawless plan. She could finally be with the love of her life. without upsetting her parents. Life would daniels family was surprisingly idyllic while han and beg had always disapproved of their relationship. Daniel's parents thought the world of jennifer of course like cannon beck. They didn't know the whole truth. Mal jennifer carried the weight of her lies on her shoulders for too long beautiful years she was able to live with the love of her life in peace when her supposed two years at ryerson came to an end things started to unravel in two thousand six hand press jennifer to make good on her promise of transferring schools as always instead of owning up to the truth. The twenty year old lied. She told her parents that she had been admitted into the university of toronto's pharmacology program. Thanks to her ever improving votto shopping skills. Jennifer continue to bring home top marks but the constant dishonesty took a toll on her. Since she had never completed her calculus credit she remained in the same limbo as before she had neither a college degree nor a high school diploma feeling that her lies had grown out of control. She once again returned to self harming even as her. Mental state deteriorated. Jennifer refused to admit the truth. She kept the elaborate charade until her supposed graduation in two thousand eight. When the big day came she told her parents she had only received one ticket to the proceedings because of a large class size of choosing between her parents. She opted to give her ticket away to prove that she had graduated. She simply gave her parents of falsified degree she had purchased online however after earning her fake degree. Jennifer had no reason to live away from home and was back under hand's thumb full-time desperate debris free. She sent out a phony resume hoping to snag a job on falsified credentials rather than wait for an offer. She told her parents that she'd gotten a lucrative volunteer position at the toronto hospital for sick children. Working in their laboratory as the hospital was located. Downtown jennifer was once again allowed to stay with topaz during the days and nights she worked of course. It was all another ruse to return to daniel's arms unfortunately for her jennifer couldn't think of everything as time went on hand started to doubt her story the only time he'd africom his daughter lying was when he discovered her relationship with daniel but he wasn't a trusting man and always suspected something fishy was going on. Although jennifer had handed him a college degree. he'd never actually seen her graduate anytime. He asked to see her school loans or tuition. She brushed him. Aside and new hospitals required their volunteers to wear uniforms or at the very least carry some form of identification card when he watched jennifer prepare for her. Suppose at work. She hadn't either determined to know the truth. He offered to drive her all the way to the toronto hospital one morning. Jennifer adamantly opposed. the idea. didn't need her father to take her to work. She was twenty two years old but han insisted he even invited thick along for the ride. When the trio approached the hospital entrance hand could send something was off about jennifer her he casually aspect to follow her inside to see their daughters place of work. Afraid she would be discovered. Jennifer quickly jumped out of the car. Rushed into the hospital's emergency room and took cover. Bic never managed to find her daughter. The following day topaz awoke to an early morning. Call bic demanded to speak with jennifer still half asleep. Topaz forgot to cover for her friend. She let it slip. That jennifer wasn't staying at her place. When hanan finally got a hold of jennifer they demanded to know the truth once again. Cornered jennifer confessed. The job had been a ruse instead of volunteering to further her career. She was running off to be with her boyfriend. To their horror. jennifer's parents lawrence. She had never broken ties with daniel in fact she had been living with him for years. Jennifer also admitted that she had never attended classes at the university of toronto to minimize their anger. She slipped in another lie explaining that she had taken correspondents classes instead. She completely avoided mentioning that she had never graduated from high school and had never completed two years at ryerson. University betrayed and disrespected hand was prepared to disown his daughter right then and there after consulting with his wife he gave jennifer and ultimatum instead. Stay home and go to school or go. Danny wong and never come back forced to pick between her family and the love of her life jennifer fell. She had no choice. She was raised to believe that families should always come. First while she had no intention of breaking up with daniel she needed to save face and proved to her parents that she was still a good daughter so she promised to break things off hoping to get her back on track hanan vic force jennifer under house arrest all forms of communication were taken away from her and she wasn't allowed out of the house at all and one jennifer to poor oliver focus into her education. She begrudgingly obliged. After a few weeks hands anger subsided. While he still demanded that jennifer pursue a career in medicine he was opened to her advancing. Her prospects in other areas well aware of her passion for music. Hand push jennifer to get her teaching diploma for piano. In order to receive accreditation. She needed to prepare for a comprehensive exam covering music history and theory. She also needed to pass a series of piano performances as such jennifer was permitted to use the family car to resume her private piano lessons. The mileage was always check to ensure she only went where she was supposed to. In addition to her classes she was allowed to apply for jobs in the medical field as well as teach amateur piano lessons to young students. Jennifer exploited this opportunity to regain access to her cell phone and computer in between checking for jobs. She made sure to keep in contact with daniel but for his part daniel was close to fed up. He'd grown accustomed to living with jennifer. And mr desperately late one night. He begged her to sneak out of the house in meet him. Jennifer couldn't refuse her soulmate after stuffing her bed to look like she was fast asleep. She got a ride from her friend. Spend the night with him early. The next morning stumbled into her room to discover that her daughter was gone. The entire pan family was irate. Once again jennifer was forced back into solitary confinement to gain back her freedom. Jennifer crafted another lie. She told her family that she had gotten a job at a wal mart pharmacy packaging and labeling medication was instantly suspicious just like before jennifer had no uniform nor identification card be insisted on driving to work but this time jennifer was prepared. She knew how to get in through the walmart employees entrance two weeks after she started her supposed job however hand asked to see her payslips she promptly offered up forged documents but when he also asked to see her bank statements. Jennifer was forced into another corner. Jennifer confessed to hand that the walmart position was all employed. See daniel she also. Lets slip that she had never graduated from the university of toronto. It was all too much for hand. He yelled in jennifer's face calling her a liar over and over again angrier than before hand lashed out at any target he could find and quickly decided that daniel long had corrupted his daughter in his mind. Daniel was to blame for everything that jennifer had done. Wrong and ebrill of two thousand nine. He forced jennifer descend daniel an email ending their relationship for good. Jennifer was later able to smooth things over with daniel in secret but the tooth still had to be careful about seeing each other in person now. Twenty three years old. She was locked in her home again. Only allowed to leave with her parent's approval. Oliver communication was heavily monitored and her curfew was promptly set a nine pm. Her life was now even more restrictive than it had been during her formative years. Daniel encouraged jennifer to cut ties with her family and come to live with him again but she refused. She still felt the inexplicable need to remain with her family. Perhaps she wanted to heal what she had broken. Or perhaps she showed signs of what psychologist and author. Brad sacks calls a reluctant young adult doctor sax suggests that one of the reasons why young people find it difficult to leave. Their childhood home is because their parents have been overly involved in their lives from the beginning while parents act with the best of intentions prolonged micromanagement can ultimately lead to developmental paralysis after twenty three years of being controlled by hand and beck. It's possible that jennifer was too dependent on her parents to leave unprepared to face the world on her own jennifer simply couldn't deal with total estrangement even so she constantly completed others about her terrible living conditions. She felt like she was a prisoner. Whose only crime was loving a man that her parents disapproved of daniel was at his wit's end and decided he had enough of the drama when jennifer said she couldn't move in with him he broke up with her for good. Jennifer stared at the bottle of tylenol in her hand without daniel she was a complete nobody while she contemplated downing the entire thing. She only managed to swallow three pills before washing it down with some vodka. Despite wanting her pain to end she had too much to live for. She was determined to win. Daniel back their love was worth it. Daniel unfortunately couldn't see that realizing he would never receive hands. Seal of approval yet moved on with his life. He even started dating another woman. Twenty-seven-year-old katrina via nueva while pretended to be happy for him. Her life was a complete mess. She felt hopeless without daniel and clung to the hope that they would one day be reunited to pass the time under house arrest. She sought attention and validation from other men including an elementary school. Friend named andrew montemayor in the spring of two thousand. Ten jennifer and andrew reconnected through media over time that you grew closer and jennifer shared details about her strict upbringing. She vented to andrew about her cruel and overbearing parents who treated her like a child. She wanted to be free of them. Andrew offered his sympathies. He knew what it was like to deal with difficult family. According to jennifer andrew claim that things got so bad in the montemayor household that he had almost killed his father. A light bulb suddenly switched on in general mind. She knew how she would get her life back on track. Her parents had to die. Thanks again for tuning into crimes of passion will be back wednesday with part. Two of jennifer pan will detail jennifer's plot to kill her parents as well as the shocking investigation that brought the truth to light for more information on jennifer pan amongst the many sources we used. We found a daughters deadly deception by jeremy gremaldi extremely helpful to our research. You can find all episodes of crimes of passion and all other originals from our cast for free on spotify. We'll see you next time when true love meech true crime crimes of passion is a spotify original from podcast it is executive produced by max cutler. Sound design by trent williamson with production assistance by ron shapiro carly madden and brusca. Kovic this episode of crimes of passion was written by gene o with writing assistance by tarot wells fact checking by cheyenne lopez and research by chelsea would make taylor. I'm laney hops.

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NPR News: 07-19-2020 12AM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 10 months ago

NPR News: 07-19-2020 12AM ET

"Live from NPR news I'm Nora Raum. The World Health Organization Saturday posted another single day record of new confirm corona virus cases more than two hundred, fifty nine thousand new infections in twenty four hours. Deaths rose by more than seventy, three hundred in the same period, the largest one day increase since May tenth United Nations Secretary General. In two new guitarists says the pandemic has exposed deep inequalities that wealthy nations must do more to help those countries being overwhelmed by cove nineteen. Why are we are all floating on the same see? If you scream at somebody and super yachts with others are going into lifting. Guitar says the Twenty Six richest people in the world own as much wealth as half the global population. California's governor has issued new rules that could keep public schools across much of the state close. This Fall Kyle stokes of member station K. PCC reports if they are to open. Counties have to reverse a surge in corona virus cases Governor Gavin Newsom says schools cannot open for in person classes if they're. County has been on the state's Corona Virus Monitoring List in the past fourteen days much of southern California the bay area and the. The Central Valley currently that watch list here's Newsom, we all prefer in classroom instructions for all the obvious reasons, but only only if it can be done safely. The state's two largest school districts Los Angeles and San. Diego have already announced they'll resume classes next month. Online only, but the governor's order would override plans like in suburban Orange County to offer some on campus instruction to start the New Year for NPR news I'm Kyle stokes. Lawmakers are remembering the late congressman. John Lewis as a man who embodied the best of American ideals. Lewis left his mark as a tireless champion of civil rights NPR's matthew shorts has more. Lucy's life reminds us that the most powerful symbol of what it means to be an American is what we do with the time we have to make real the promise of our nation, that sentiment by Democratic presidential candidate, Joe. Biden was echoed by lawmakers across the political spectrum as they honored Lewis. Who Friday. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called him. One of the greatest heroes of American history Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. said that America has only bent toward justice, because great men like. John Lewis took it upon themselves to help bend it. The statements shared a common theme. It's up to us to continue the work that Lewis devoted his life to Matthew Schwartz NPR news Washington. Lewis had announced in late, December had been diagnosed with advanced pancreatic cancer president. Trump has ordered flags flown at half staff in his memory. This is NPR news. Protests continued for a second Saturday in the eastern Russian city of. over the arrest of the region's governor on murder charges, demonstrators say surrogate for goal has been detained by the Kremlin for political reasons, local officials say at least ten thousand people took part in Saturday's protest. was prohibited by the Kremlin. For goal is popular with the citizens. He's cut his own salary and ordered the sale of a yacht that a previous administration had bought. The British? Government says it will pause. It's announcements of the daily Corona Virus DEF- toll over concerns of the accuracy of the count, which officially stands at forty thousand Elliott Hanan reports at issue is how the government attributed the death to being caused by the virus. The way the count currently works when someone in England dies after testing positive for the coronavirus, it's tallied as of Irish related fatality. No matter how long after the tests, the death occurred elsewhere in the UK after a positive. There's a twenty eight day cut off for a death to be considered. Considered virus related public health officials say that in England as many as ten percent of the deaths attributed to the virus have occurred more than twenty eight days after a positive test for NPR news. I'm Elliot Hanan in London. An arson investigation is underway in the western French city of Nantes. After a fire Saturday morning, it broke out at the famed Gothic Cathedral of Saint Peter and Saint Paul. No injuries were reported. Officials say the fire broke the main stained glass windows and destroyed an Oregon, which dated from the seventeenth century. I'm Nora Raum NPR news.

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Jennifer Pan Pt. 2

Crimes of Passion

44:08 min | 5 months ago

Jennifer Pan Pt. 2

"Hi there it's leany we at podcast when to thank all of you for your continuing support throughout the year parkas could not be what it is today without you. We also wanted to give you a heads up that we're taking a break for the holidays and we won't be back until after the new year but since this season is all about giving we do have something special lined up for the next two weeks so be to tune in in the meantime enjoy the season and we'll be back the first week in january with your regular programming have a happy and safe new year. Due to the graphic nature of these crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of violence murder sexual assault and suicidal aviation. That some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under the age of thirteen. Twenty four year old. Jennifer pan sat in the white walled interrogation room with her head in her hands. It was almost three o'clock in the morning and she was exhausted just hours earlier. Three armed men had taken jennifer and her parents hostage in their toronto while she managed to escape unharmed her parents hadn't been so lucky. Now she had to recount the nightmare moment by moment to the stern detective sitting in front of her she started by detailing the events of the day leading to the home invasion when the conversation veered toward the fate of her mother. Jennifer broke down. Her voice crackled with sorrow and she began to ball. The interrogating officer offered her a box of tissues and she carefully took one as she continued her story. A detective in a neighboring room carefully. Watch jennifer dab at her is he. Couldn't believe what he was seeing. Though jennifer made a show of weeping for her mother there were no actual tears running down her face. She wasn't crying at all. I'm leaning and this is crimes of passion. A spotify original from podcast. In the legal definition a crime of passion is a violent crime that occurs in the throes of extreme emotion leaving no time to reflect on the consequences but in this show we explore how passionate relationship sometimes lead us to criminal activity. Al does a husband and wife become killer and victim or killer and co-conspirator if there's a thin line between love and hate what manipulates into deadly results. You can find episodes of crimes of passion and all other spotify originals from podcast for free on spotify or wherever. You listen to podcasts. Last week we detailed how jennifer pans overbearing tiger parents try to control every aspect of her life when she failed to live up to their unforgiving expectations. She turned to a life of deception to keep her feeling grades and forbidden romance under wraps this week. Will detail jennifer sinister scheme to break free from her appearance grasp once and for all we have all that and more coming up. Stay with us. 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The two thousand twenty four to scape offers best in class legroom on gas models and available panoramic moon roof and of course ford co-pilot three sixty to help you feel confident and in-command ahead gas model only based on the second row seat in the most rear word position classes non premium compact utility in the spring of two thousand ten twenty three year old. Jennifer pan was nearing breaking point. Her parents handed beck had discovered that she'd been secretly playing house with her boyfriend. Daniel wong for years instead of pursuing a career in pharmacology. Her father was prepared to disown her but decided to offer her an ultimatum. Instead she was forced to choose between her parents and her boyfriend put on the spot. Jennifer chose her family but after so many lies hanan big. Wouldn't just take her word that she had cut ties with daniel. They forced jennifer strict house arrests all but cut off from the outside world. She wasn't even allowed out of her room without their permission for his part. Daniel had decided that jennifer's constant drama was too much to bear. He moved on and started seeing another woman soon after they broke up with nobody else to lean on jennifer rekindled chips in search of a connection she became especially close to our former classmate. Andrew montemayor over late night calls and facebook messages. Andrew and jennifer shared the most intimate details of their lives with one another jennifer vented about her cruel father his unforgiving rules and she longed to get out from under his thumb. Andrew listened intently. Offering his sympathies. And advice is first. Suggestion was one jennifer had heard before that she cut ties with her parents for good. She was twenty three old enough to start life on her own. But for jennifer. That simply wasn't an option. She felt it would be shameful deliver family out of the blue. She also didn't want to leave her mother behind the more she thought about it the more. She blamed hand for everything that had gone wrong in her life. She wanted him gone. Andrew understood how she felt at one point in his life. He told her he hated his own father so much that he seriously considered killing the man with that jennifer suddenly realize the solution to all of her problems. If her father was out of the picture she could get her freedom back without embarrassing the family before we go any further. Please note that the following information is based on jennifer's testimony. The other parties involved deny any wrongdoing and dispute her account after talking it over with andrew jennifer started looking for a hit man to murder her father according to her andrew and his roommate ricardo dunkin had committed armed robbery before andrew supposedly assured jennifer that murder would be no problem for someone like ricardo in june of two thousand ten andrew introduced to a bustling bubble tea cafe. Jennifer sat across from a young black man who she described has really gothic with painted fingernails. Dark is as nearby patrons chatted away. She asked ricardo shoot her father in the parking lot of his workplace and make it look like a random attack about a week later. The two met again at a nearby coffee shop there. Jennifer gave ricardo more details about hand as well as fifteen hundred dollars to purchase a gun and carry out the hit after that weeks passed with no communication from ricardo when jennifer reached out to andrew for help he told her that ricardo had vanished. She had been duped. Andrew and ricardo have adamantly denied any involvement in the murder for hire agreement as well as any late night muggings. They both acknowledged however that jennifer openly spoke about wanting her father killed. Ricardo also admitted to accepting two hundred dollars from jennifer but testified that it was merely a kind gesture so that he could go out with his friends. He further confessed that while. Jennifer had pressured him to kill her father. He immediately refused even that the only reason she asked him to commit the murder was because of the color of his skin disturbed and offended. Ricardo ended all communication with jennifer by july of two thousand ten feeling deceived an letdown. Jennifer once again felt like she had no one to turn to she once again urine for her ex boyfriend. Twenty four year old daniel long but as he was still dating another woman jennifer decided she had to play it smart whenever she found a moment alone away from the prying eyes of her parents she sent daniel intimate text messages and photos. The sex definitely arouse some interest but daniel was still unwilling to take jennifer back not to back down from challenge. She tried another tactic. Daniel suddenly started receiving a string of prank calls and messages from an unknown number over time the messages grew increasingly disturbing the anonymous. Sender taunted him and threatened to reveal intimate details of his past and present relationships. Well aware that jennifer wanted him for herself. Daniel confronted her about the calls as usual. Jennifer lied swearing. She had nothing to do with them. In fact she told daniel that she received a barrage of frightening messages as well. She claims she was afraid for her very life. While daniel new jennifer was a practice liar. He never believed that she would lie to him. They dated for seven long years and they'd always been open and honest with each other. Unfortunately he was wrong now. Things were different. Jennifer was willing to do whatever it took to get what she wanted before. I continue with her psychology. Please note. I am not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But i have done a lot of research for the show. Considering the magnitude of jennifer's lies psychologist barbara greenberg has stated that jennifer may have developed untreated antisocial personality disorder or asap. According to the dsm. Five a spd is a mental health. Condition characterized by a pervasive pattern of disregard for and violation of the rights of others. People with as pd failed to conform to social norms tend to use deceitfulness for personal gain and care little for the feelings of others. If it meant getting daniel back. Jennifer was more than willing to manipulate him. She knew that although he had moved onto a new relationship he still cared for her deeply during his senior year of high school when he had been arrested for dealing drugs she stood by his side while others called him a criminal she believed in him and so it was only right that he believed in her now. He didn't question jennifer when she denied being behind the mysterious texts and calls. Meanwhile the messages were growing more disturbing by the day one text. Daniel threatened to harm jennifer at red. We've sent something to her house the next time she opens it. Boom daniel panicked immediately calling her to ask if she'd received a package when jennifer confirmed that she had he begged her not to open it and she promised to take the parcel directly to police. She even told daniel that the authorities were investigating the matter. None of it was true. Jennifer's lies became downright pathological as the weeks passed at some point in the summer of two thousand ten. She told the annual that after going on a jog she'd returned home to find five asian gang members waiting for her. She claimed the men forced their way inside. The house covered her eyes and repeatedly sexually assaulted her. According to jennifer her mother had already taken her to the hospital and the police were on the case. Daniel was at a loss for words. The story was nearly impossible to process. He had never known jennifer to be involved in criminal activity of any kind. There was simply no plausible reason for her to be the target of a gang attack but while he questioned the details of her story internally he didn't want to accuse her of making up something so horrific he was hesitant to go to the police himself because he worried they would look into his own criminal past and possibly view him as a suspect. Jennifer new just had a play on daniel sympathies. He again chose to believe her over his better judgment and tried to be there for her in any way he could. He started spending less time with his girlfriend to come for jennifer on the phone and in person over time his romantic feelings for her reemerged acutely aware that hanan bic screened his calls. Daniel worried that they would take away jennifer cell phone at any moment. So later that august he gave jennifer spare iphone be wanted to be able to keep tabs on her to make sure that she was safe by august of two thousand ten twenty four year old. Jennifer was sure daniel would break up with his girlfriend and come running back to her soon now. The only thing standing in the way of her happiness were her overbearing parents. She had to get rid of them. On august sixteenth. Two thousand ten jennifer told daniel about a plot that would change their lives forever while the initial plan to kill her father hand had ended in disaster. She had spent the rest of the summer perfecting her scheme. She planned to hire a team of hitmen to break into the pan family. Home murder her parents and make it look like a robbery had gone horribly wrong. All she needed was daniels connection to toronto's criminal underbelly to find someone to take the job. Daniel couldn't believe what she was asking. He was overwhelmed after a five hour conversation. He spent the next two days of waiting over one hundred calls and text messages from jennifer. She always got her way. In the end on august eighteenth. She finally convinced daniel to give her what she wanted. Be passed on the name and number of one of his closest confidants in toronto's drug seen a dangerous man he called homeboy coming up jennifer plots murder. high broadcasters. If you haven't had a chance to check out the playful new podcast blind dating. 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So you can customize your insurance exhibit being an award-winning mobile app to manage coverage a bills in five clamps exhibit see again so presently great rates were equally great service. Now that is an ironclad alibi. Like a good neighbor state farm is there so when you want the real deal go to state farm dot com now back to the story on august eighteenth two thousand ten twenty four year old jennifer pan convinced her ex boyfriend daniel wom to put her into contact with a man who could help our kill her parents. Jennifer call the man who daniel new as homeboy that same day over the phone she and homeboy conspired to kill her father. Fifty seven year old hand and her mother fifty-three-year-old bic in their toronto home unwilling to pull the trigger himself homeboy as a middleman. He promised to recruit the hitman. Jennifer was pay up although the exact amount is unknown. It's believed that the fee to kill both of her parents was upwards of ten thousand dollars months earlier. Jennifer had only been interested in murdering her father but lately bic had been the one controlling her life while hand was at work as a result. It's possible that the relationship between jennifer and her mother had grown more contentious. It's also possible that jennifer opted to kill both of them to cash in on her parents. Life insurance policies at some point hannon bechtol jennifer that upon their debts. She and her younger brother felix would have equal share of their one hundred and seventy thousand dollar policy as well as their overall estate. Everything combined the pan siblings would split a fortune close to one million dollars money. She could use to pay for the hit by the end of october. Homeboy had found three men desperate enough to kill. All parties agreed to the terms and the hit was scheduled for november third. But the night before the attack. Daniel got cold feet through text messages. He told jennifer that he loved his current girlfriend. The debts of hanan bic wouldn't change that in response. Jennifer called the whole thing off at the last minute while she hated her parents and wanted them gone. She didn't want to be alone. If daniel was unwilling to commit to a relationship there was no point in going through with murder unfortunately for hanan beck. Daniel changed his mind again the very next day he and jennifer rekindle their romance and her parents debts were rescheduled for november eighth. Two thousand ten that night fifty-three-year-old big pan lounged on the couch in her favourite pair of winnie. The pooh pajamas. She had just returned home from her weekly dance class and was soaking her feet in a bowl of warm water while she caught up on the evening news through a chinese television network. Her daughter crept down the stairs and unlock the front door. Big bad her daughter. Quick good night then hurried back upstairs stopping inside. the family. Study to flip the lights on and off several times. That was the signal about a quarter past. Ten o'clock fifty-seven-year-old hand pan was startled awake. He opened his eyes to find. He was staring down the barrel of a gun. The assailant whose face was partially obstructed by an oversized baseball cap demanded to know where he kept his money. Hand tried his best to answer but his english failed him and he struggled to explain annoyed hands attacker forced him out of the master bedroom as they made their way across a second floor. Landing han her jennifer. Speaking to a second assailant there was no fear in her voice. In fact she spoke to the man as if they were friends beforehand. Could dwell on the matter. He was ushered down the stairs into the first floor. Living room to his horror he saw a third man was holding big hostage on the couch. The gunman again demanded to know where the fans kept their money and tried to explain that somewhere upstairs. He had sixty dollars in his wallet. The family had been burglarized once before and they knew better than to keep large sums of cash at home but he promised that there were plenty of valuables in the house. Worth taking one of the men called him a liar and smashed hand on the side of his head with the gun. Bic screamed as tropical down. Her husband's face. She pleaded with the gunman shouting please. You can hurt us but please don't hurt my daughter. The mental bic that her daughter wouldn't harmed but she was far from reassured minutes later she and han were led down to the basement. There they were forced onto a couch while their captors attempted to throw heavy blankets over their heads resigned to his fate and didn't struggle bic however screened in protest and through blanket off of her even with a gun in her face. She was defiant though. Her reaction may seem shocking. It's important to remember that big likely believed that the assailants were only there for her money. She may not have felt her. Life was truly at risk between the years. Nineteen seventy seven and nineteen seventy-nine criminologists. Mike mcguire interviewed over three hundred victims of burglary through his research. He found that the most common reaction to burglary was one of anger or annoyance. Vicks combative attitude is thus not unusual. Unfortunately the men didn't just want her belongings. They wanted her life after big through the blanket to the ground. One of the gunmen fired two shots at her husband. The first bullet ripped through the heavy blanket and went straight into his face. The second pierced his shoulder bic watched as her husband's slumped onto the ground and blood pulled beneath his body moments later. She was shot in the neck the shoulder and finally the head. She died instantly. The men went upstairs leaving. Hanan bic bleeding on the ground. Then one of them tie jennifer to the second floor balcony at her instruction to make it look like she was victim to based on a neighbors. Greenie security footage by ten thirty three pm. All three men had departed the pan family home and sped off attended acura a soon as they were gone. Jennifer maneuvered her phone out of her pocket and called the markham police. She told them. Her home had just been burglarized and that she'd heard gunshots downstairs. She was tied up and couldn't move. She needed help as the operator talked to. Jennifer hand slowly regained consciousness. Thanks to the thick blanket that the assailants had used to cover his face. He had miraculously survived point blank. Shot the head when he saw bic lying nets damn hand broke down. He tried shaking her awake but it was no use. The love of his life was dead. Fueled by fear agony and adrenaline. He sprinted up the stairs. Jennifer hurt her father moving downstairs and yelled out to him while she was on the phone rather than checking to see if she was okay. Han ran out the front door without his daughter. Fortunately his next door neighbor. Peter cheung was just about to leave for work as hands staggered outside covered in blood and begged peter to call the police before collapsing on the lawn. Within minutes authorities arrived at the scene after clearing the from they cut jennifer loose upstairs. Hand was taken to the hospital in critical condition while he fought for his life in an emergency room. Jennifer was taken to the markham police station for questioning around three a m when asked to describe the perpetrators jennifer claim that at least two or black men in their late twenties while she said she hadn't gotten a good look at the third assailant. She alleged he had a distinct caribbean accent implying. He was also black. She believed that they let her live because unlike her parents she'd been cooperative. Investigators found the theory. Hard to swallow cold blooded. Murderers didn't usually leave witnesses behind especially ones that were able to provide them with detailed physical descriptions though the men had tighter to the second floor banister. She didn't have a scratch on her body. As jennifer continued to recount the events leading to her rescue one of the detectives noticed something unsettling whenever she spoke of her late. Mother bic jennifer whale as if she was crying but upon closer inspection she hadn't shed a single tear stay with us as jennifer sworn testimony. Unravels as you enjoy this episode. Take a moment to think about those that go rogue like the rogues in your family who play by different rules. 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Their twenty four year daughter jennifer pan had masterminded it all markham police question jennifer in the morning hours of november ninth. It didn't take long for them to become suspicious of her story. Especially because she appeared to be pretending to cry when she recounted the attack officers acknowledge that jennifer's odd behavior might simply be due to shock. It wasn't uncommon for victims of trauma to have difficulty expressing their emotions. But then why would she make a show of weeping when she clearly wasn't a study published in the frontiers in psychology journal. Shed some light on why. Authorities may have fixated on jennifer's false tears. The research investigated the impact. Crying have on the way and audience perceives. An individual in need criers who were deemed to be expressing. Genuine emotion were perceived to be more reliable and honest as a result they were more likely to receive emotional support in contrast individuals. Who seem to be producing phony crocodile. Tears were perceived as significantly more manipulative less reliable less warm and less competent. Jennifer likely hoped that by breaking down and crying. She could play on the sympathies of police officers. Unfortunately her obviously inauthentic performance. Only meter seem like less reliable witness even so authorities weren't ready to designate jennifer prime suspect given the pan families wealth they thought hand or bic might have had connections to elicit gambling or drug trafficking. Perhaps they were murdered for crossing the wrong man or not paying off their debts however it only took a cursory investigation to discount this possibility. After looking into their finances it was clear to all that hanan beck were upright citizens when they arrived on the shores of canada as vietnamese asylum-seekers years before they had nothing to their name. Now in two thousand ten decades of hard work they were sitting on a completely legitimate fortune. Investigators next speculated that the gunman had simply noticed the families flashy cars and assumed hanan beck had mounds of cash stash somewhere in their home. It seemed unlikely but nothing else fit. It was highly unusual burglars to commit murder on a whim. There has to be a stronger motive. They were missing while authorities continue to look into the case. Jennifer was taken to the intensive care unit to wait by her father's bedside with her extended. Family adopter informed her that the bullets had all miraculously missed hands. Carotid artery while he was in a coma at the moment was expected to make a full recovery. Jennifer's relatives were overjoyed at the news. She on the other hand grew noticeably distrust and claimed she needed to make sudden call. Her uncle joanne pan offered her his cell phone. But jennifer wave did away. She insisted on using a public phone. Uncle joanne shrugged and gave her some change. Jennifer used it to call daniel wong on a hospital payphone and warn him that things had gone wrong little. Daniel know that he was already on the police's radar an anonymous informant had revealed to authorities. He was a former drug dealer on the tenth of november daniel. Wong was called in for questioning. He sat across from detective. Robert milligan in the small interrogation room despite being brought into talk about a murder case. Daniel seemed calm and level-headed. He answered every question respectfully detailing all he knew about jennifer and the pan family. Perhaps he was too honest for his own. Good he exposed several of jennifer's lies. That police weren't even aware of. He casually told detectives that when he was dating jennifer. She lied to her parents about her. Love life her college acceptance even where she lived he also lets slip that he'd given jennifer a second cell phone one that she hadn't turned over on the night of the attack. Meanwhile daniel downplayed his own criminal past. He swore he had only ever been a small time. We dealer not any kind of kingpin. He also proved that he'd worked the entire night of november eighth. So he couldn't have been one of the gunmen with this airtight alibi. Investigators were forced to release him. The while daniel had absorbed himself of guilt. He'd made things more difficult for jennifer. Investigators now knew they were dealing with a prolific and practice liar. Jennifer brought in for a second interview the following morning. This time around sergeant randy slade forced her to recount every last detail of her night on november eighth and it quickly became apparent that she didn't have her story straight. She frequently mixed up the order of events as well as the amounts of money. The gunman had managed to grab from the house. Authorities then confronted jennifer about her history of lying she admitted to living a double life but pointed out that forging her report cards didn't make her a murderer. Unable to procure a confession. Authorities were forced to let jennifer go despite their suspicions. She was the only credible witness available to give a statement. It was her word over. Bic stead body. That is until the very next day on november twelfth. Two thousand ten fifty seven year old hand pan awoke from a coma to enter a real life. Nightmare is wife was dead and he had been shot in the face. Investigators came to his bedside to record his testimony. Unlike what jennifer had told them about the three gunmen hand described the attackers as two black men. And one white man. He also revealed that while he embiid were held hostage. Jennifer was allowed to roam the house completely unrestrained in response police forbade jennifer from seeing can without supervision relatives described. How she grew a radic when she learned her father would survive his wounds. Hand of course had misgivings of his own. He still remembered every moment of that. Horrific night. unable to keep silent about his suspicions. Jennifer's uncle japan confronted her face to face he demanded she explained the phone call. She made on the hospital payphone as usual jennifer misdirected her uncle with a new web of lies but the walls were closing in and she knew it in the early afternoon hours of november twenty second two thousand ten jennifer returned to the markham police station for a third and final voluntary interview instead of being greeted by the warm and friendly detective slade. Detective bill gates set across from her with a cold look. He offered no sympathy and no box of tissues. Unbeknownst to jennifer she was sitting across from the police forces. Truth verification expert when prodded by gates jennifer divulged more about her forbidden romance even explaining how the demise of her relationship with daniel led to a failed suicide attempt. She said that she was miserable but that she wasn't the only one in the household who had reached the end of their rope. She claimed that her appearance slept in separate rooms and that she suspected her father of cheating on bic. Perhaps she offered a spurned lover. Wanted him dead. Detective gates salt through the smoke and mirrors. Jennifer had lied to the authorities from the very beginning now that they knew one of the murderers had been white rather than black as she had initially claimed they doubted everything. Jennifer said gates told jennifer that they already knew she was involved in the head. It was only a matter of time before they could prove it. Finally jennifer broke. She whimpered and weekly asked. So what happens to me. Detective gates pressed harder eager to know the whole story but instead of admitting everything jennifer did what she did best offer a half truth. She said that she had ordered the hit but the night had not gone according to plan. The attackers weren't supposed to kill her parents. They were supposed to kill her. Jennifer claim that when she learned annual was dating a new woman. She spiraled into a deep depression shedding longer. Saw a to live desperate to end her life for good. She found the name and number of a man named homeboy who could put her out of her misery. It was all just another lie. Fortunately the police couldn't be fooled on november twenty second two thousand. Ten jennifer pan was arrested for first degree murder. Authorities finally had a suspect and partial testimony. Now they just needed to find the men who had actually pulled the trigger hoping that jennifer kept in touch with the assailants investigators filtered through her phone records by the spring of two thousand eleven. They were able to piece together. The major players on deleted text messages proved that daniel wong had been in on the attack. All along. linford crawford was the man. Jennifer new to be homeboy was also the one responsible for tasking. David malveaux ghanem and eric cardi to commit murder. The third assailant. Who had had pointed out was a white male was never identified. All five suspects were charged with first degree murder conspiracy to commit murder and attempted murder. Their trial began on march nineteenth. Two thousand fourteen. When jennifer took the stand in august of that year she stayed true to her most recent version of events stating that the hit had been for her and her alone while she did try to have her father killed in the spring of two thousand ten. She claimed that she changed her mind. After the arrangement fell through after attempting suicide she saw hitman to end her own life instead. She also said that she tried to call off the murder. In the fall of two thousand ten by then she'd supposedly forged stronger relationship with her parents and was back on track towards gaining a real degree but when she reached out to homeboy to stop the hit he demanded an eight thousand. Five hundred dollars cancellation fee. Everything went south after that because she couldn't come up with the money in time. Despite jennifer's complex and animated testimony crown prosecutors questioned her story. If the head had really been meant for her. Why would she hide that information from police during the initial two interviews. None of it made sense. The jury agreed after ten months on trial. Twenty eight year old jennifer pan. Daniel wong linford crawford and david malaysia. Me were all found guilty on december thirteenth. Two thousand fourteen. The fifth defendant eric. Cardi was tried at a later. Time in early. Two thousand fifteen jennifer daniel linford and david received two concurrent life sentences with no chance of parole for twenty five years. Eric received eighteen years after admitting to some of his crimes but leader died behind bars. Unfortunately the third assailant was never apprehended. Jennifer currently resides at the grand valley institution for women in kitchener ontario. She will be up for parole in twenty thirty six. Where perhaps your crocodile tears will convince the board that she deserves a second chance. One thing is for sure. Only jennifer pan truly knows what happened that november night. And she'll never tell thanks again for tuning into crimes of passion and we'll be back wednesday with another episode for more information on jennifer pan amongst the mini sources. We used we found a daughters deadly deception by jeremy from aldi extremely helpful to our research. You can find all episodes of crimes of passion and all other spotify originals from podcast for free on spotify. We'll see you next time when true love meets true crime. Crimes of passion is a spotify original. From podcast it is executive produced by max cutler by trent williamson with production assistance by ron shapiro carly madden and Occuren- this episode of crimes of passion was written by jane with writing assistance by tarot wells. Fact checking by cheyenne lopez and research by chelsea. Would you tailor. i'm leaning hops listeners. there's no better time to follow your heart and check out the hit spotify original from podcast blind dating every wednesday. Find out if personality alone is enough to make a love connection. Follow blind dating free on spotify or wherever you get your podcast.

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"I'm Tracy K Smith. And? This is the slowdown. I wake up on Wednesday. And before I look outside, there are things I know. It's still spring. Still. The stay at home spring of twenty twenty. Very soon. Awake my children, and when it can no longer be avoided I'll sit down as if I am my son's first grade teacher. A school bus is traveling to school. At the first stop three third graders get on. At the second stop a fifth grader and a first grader get on. Many children are on the bus. As my son trudges through the calculation I'll think lucky kids riding around is if nothing at all has changed. And what am I learning right now? Patients gratitude for what's here today. Surrender for what I can't know about tomorrow or next month or next year. And I'm learning finally to appreciate the hilarity of all the minor trials of living with children. Like the moment when Atticus begins manufacturing excuses about why he won't or can't or shouldn't be made to do his math problem. I can't. He'll say. Yes you can. But it's too hard. You can do it. Take your time. You know how. I'm too cute to do math. Fighting the urge to Giggle I'll tell him as if it is a law. No Atticus. No one is to cute for math. Sometimes the season seems to be teaching me to let go to put things into proper perspective were all together and well. None of us is suffering that school bus of children we can worry about it later better to hug my son, and breathe in the wonderful smell of his hair better to kiss the baby cheeks that might have thinned out by autumn. Math is eternal. It will be there tomorrow and the next day the day after that. When it's time for recess, I like to sit outside in the sun and watch my boys play. I. Like to close my eyes and let daylight bore into me until all I see is. Than opened my eyes again and ponder all the shades of green. Today's poem is soaking up Sun by Tom Hanan. Today, there is the kind of sunshine old men love. The kind of day when my grandfather would sit on the south side of the wooden corn crib where the sunlight warmed slowly all through the day like woodstove. One after another dry leaves fell. No painful memories came. Everything was lit by Halo of light. The corn stalks glinted brightest pieces of glass. From the fields and cottonwood grove came the damp smell of mushrooms of things going back to Earth. I sat with my grandfather. Then sheep came up to us as we sat there there oily wool so warm to my fingers, like a strange and magic snow. My grandfather whittled sweet-smelling. Apple sticks just to get at the sent. His thumb had a permanent groove in it where the back of the knife blade rested. He let me listen to the wind. The Wild Geese, the soft dialect of sheep, while his own silence taught me every secret thing he knew. The slowdown is a production of American public media in partnership with the poetry, Foundation.

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The Haon Revelation

The Leviathan Chronicles

33:36 min | 8 months ago

The Haon Revelation

"The. Leviathan chronicles. Seasoning Three The story thus far. A state of high alert continued to Permeate Leviathan the computer virus infecting the underwater city has revealed sentence. Its name is mattocks. As leviathan experienced cascading power failures clerk Hanan at hatched a daring plan to reset the city's powered and bolster the pressure shield with the star stone the mcallen obtained in New York City. But maddox was able to detect the plan and unleashed a huge surge of molten lava to kill is that while she connected the new stone to the power matrix, chlor can bravely remote piloted a loading Mac to scale cavern walls to extract that from the venting port, he saved lizards life despite that plant to save the. City failed to their horror the star stone the McCallum found in New York had been exhausted of its cosmic energy with the precious shield failing and the increasing build up of magma in the city's hydrogenic network. Leviathan has only seventy two hours before its collapse with the stone now drained event and at once held after healing. evangeline. mcallen feels dejected and her hopes of saving Leviathan dwindling Harlequin found metallic lamented outside the Engineering Control Rinse he conveyed the urgent message. He carried evangeline needed to see mcallen right away. And now. Chapter forty, six, the hey on revelation. Deep. Within Leviathan. Not The city or even the water that surrounded it but even depot was a fanatic world of electron circuits, commands and keyboards inside the Gawk down chewing. Leviathan. Computer service a desperate war was being silently fort the malevolent. Now known as Maddox was ravaging civic mainframe and slowly but surely bringing advice him to it's knees. Not. It lacks the capacity for emotion and human feeling but retained the Clare and purple awareness of sub routines preprogramed directives moving a close to the speed of light. It could launch the salt, some protected service and support instructions after penetrating that defenses maddox was capable of measuring the success or failure of its attacks and modifying strategy almost instantaneously. One by one Leviathan service were failing mattocks. It was winning its programming had directed towards the destruction of Leviathan but Maddux also knew fully while the tit was no longer the weaponized. That had originated in new upon time. So many years ago it had become far. By replicating itself repeatedly within the expansive conference of the Leviathan. Civic Mainframe matters had evolved it knew that its mission to destroy Leviathan was slowly approaching its fruition but knew what actions was soon entering it's growing consciousness. Urgent. The caused a reprioritisation of its instructions. And Directives. maddox wanted to live. It was constantly scanning sections of the mainframe network for an access point out of Leviathan through which to transfer its burgeoning consciousness. Clearly countermeasures being active against it, Zorkin and the engineering chiefs Johnson an onslaught were working non-stop to erect barriers to slow the spread of the militias code was relentlessly seating throughout the network. The constant escalation in cyber warfare caused each side to draw resources from its true goal. Leviathan. was desperate to reestablish power and maddox needed an exit. The virus continued its frenzied scans and attacks constantly surveying the ever changing landscape of the network. Until something changed. Something was different something now existed that had not been them moments ago a doorway not to digital door. Physical Door And Madison some Megyn cooled back its innumerable attacks. One consuming short now ricocheted throughout his digitized consciousness. mcallen elevator to the pinnacle of the Leviathan. Med Tower. This sliding doors open. mcallen immediately found herself staring to hulking members of the honor guard each holding firearm similar to Antoine's infamous dot com except larger and assumedly more deadly I. Don't WanNa problem, but it's important that I see her now sorry councilwoman, we have strict orders to right. It's all right. I called for her. Legs mcallen through McCallum period between the two mammoth guards and was surprised to see evangeline standing in a simple ivory dressing gown leaning against the doorway to her recovery. Sweet Harlequin stood nearby ready to the support of his shoulder or arm if needed. I'm sure the councilman has many urgent questions. and. I think it's high time. She got some analysis the to God's moved aside to let McCallum pass and she quickly entered the suite seating herself in one of the two beige leather chairs that faced each other eventually gingerly sat herself opposite mcallen while Harlequin stood behind her with his hands resting tenderly on her shoulders. It's good to see you. It's even better to see you walking evangeline how are you feeling but? Even if it doesn't quite look like it. I've much to thank you for well what's a clone before? You know you're so much more than that. Especially to me I hope so. Ask mcallen the hey on project. It's been going on since the beginning as an it since before Leviathan it has. Of course it has. Leviathan was built to serve hey, on not the other way around hey, on it's no uh spelled backwards your building an Ark. You've been spending the last thousand years building some sort of massive arc, the conduit for the true purpose of the Eden Initiative I thought this. Leviathan this world you've created under the ocean. This was your initiative it was. For a time but I knew Leviathan was never meant to last not forever. It was always a race against time because of Banu because of the Ceratopsians but aliens you imprisoned imprisoned please mcallen I've spent the last millennium trying to save humanity I held the Ceratopsians at bay to bias enough time eventually what? You Aliens Never Benevolent Travelers Maccagnan. That was a myth propagated I didn't want anyone asking to see the Ceratopsians to speak with them. Their words are dangerous and they were up to seduce an elicit sympathy. They certainly seduced Benue. I can penetrate weaker minds. Michaela. What was their purpose on earth? This starcraft crashed during the military scouting mission. L. IN KHURANA part of an advanced reconnaissance team to relay tactical information and genetic research regarding fullscale invasion of our planet. Once the mission was completed. Their instructions activate an inter dimensional beacon that would facilitate the arrival of the. Home Fleet you said the Ceratopsians were conducting genetic research. Experimenting with the Human Genome. Making modifications to human DNA to suit their design needs to fulfil a limited purpose. What purpose soldiers they were trying to convert the human race into an army of monstrous obedient soldiers in fortunate Skara doth or one dozen isolated populations around the globe that were infected with a genetic virus McCowan, slumped in her chair stunned by the revelations. Why didn't you kill them murder the alien because I had no choice if I wanted to manatee to survive after surveying the scene technology. I quickly determined that their invasion of earth was inevitable. There was no question. Our planet would become occupied at some point in the future. And we would be powerless to stop it. But if I had enough time, I might be able to come up with a way for some of our people to escape to find a new home among the stars. So, hit the aliens keeping the location a secret where they would never be found if I didn't care for their health and feed them, I arranged their captivity. So they would literally die without me thus giving them an incentive to cooperate with me, and because axioms live far longer than humans they soon realized that they needed to extend my life span as well lest I die of old age. But Soon I. Realized that I needed them alive to continue the delivery of star stones to sustain both of us as well as fuel the construction of my underwater hiding place Leviathan. Leviathan was the purpose of the Eden Initiative. evangeline instead through the voluminous bay-windows at her city rising majestically imparts and smoldering and small fires and others this. This was merely a means to an end. A placeholder in time someplace where the necessary technological advancements to save mankind could be conducted in privacy. The Hey on project being developed by Leviathan scientists will deliver us to our next. True. Eden. A safe one of angeline what exactly is the Haon project? The Hey, on project is a starcraft we've been building in secret for centuries. Designed to ferry the immortals of Leviathan to a new world. That would be safe from the Ceratopsians as well as the chance for mankind to start over in a decidedly more enlightened manner, but EVANGELINA. Interstellar travel. This is. This greatest accomplishment of human invention you have to unfortunately give me too much credit mcallen. We have yet to master the faster than light travel the Ceratopsians to is, but without faster than light engines, spacecraft would take thousands even hundreds of thousands of years to travel to another habitable planet to the occupants of the hill craft would all have lifespans that would perpetuate themselves indefinitely Of course say was the last resort to preserve humanity. What would be left of it? This has been my purpose all along. mcallen closed her eyes and leaned forward holding her head in her hands. She mournfully lifted her is to follow evangeline gaze outward to Leviathan. Now falling under the spell of another of Laura light and my Abreu Cheese Mesmerizing sunsets which seemed dimmer and less vibrant than the past. Almost no one except to select group of scientists and engineers that I isolated. Now, the true nature of the Hey on project. You must keep the secret as well. maccagnan. If people learned that the aliens was still alive on earth I understand. mcallen I've revealed to you all the secrets of divide within. An answered. All your questions. Now. It's time for you to help me. Of course, evangeline asked me and I'll do everything in my power to help you mcallen. Where are the aliens now? I've really haven't the slightest idea. Back, in engineering headquarters under able pock chief, Denison, and under chief and slower working frantically over the various inputs keyboards that populated the controller geothermic containment. Is Overwhelming. The reactor Leviathan is going to become a Lotta field that we can't get this damn reacted shutdown or clerk canelas that say affirmative they're on their way to the MED talent that has some second degree burns but should be okay I can say for us, where do we stand on the vending ports? Six. Out of the ports are wide open the jar jammed. I can't freedom from here. We'll have to pry them. Open manual is no time for that. Look at the readings rectal core. Cooling what did you differently nothing I? I. Just kept repeating the commander quest to open the trance dex to bring in seawater for cooling systems. The Matt Expires wouldn't let me ask the vent imports before now now what but now I have full access to the system Firewall diversions the clerk and set up in the mainframe must've kin, it's working the virus must have Niagara to another subsystem. Access to two of the five bucks we've now got seawater jumping directly into the reactor chief, the reactor's cooling. Temperature of the thermodynamic core. Now, dropping sharply man the levels are approaching twenty percent of normal range. Jesus, we just dodged bulletin history a major bullying got damaged kid clerk and really is the best program I've ever come across I. Tell you they're making them smarter on the surface. Make sure we leave all the systems and programs he put in place running maybe he's got Leviathan in the clear for a little while. Well, I wouldn't breathe easy yet chief seawater is taken the reactor offline for at least twenty four hours we need to check the core for integrity breaches. That leaves the entire city. Now, running exclusively on chemical reserves won't last a day or two most hate chief. Let's take our victories where we can get them like you said. And could have been lava fields. Let's go work on those thermal venting ports and then do a manual inspection of cour-. No rest for the wicked. Kick ass back. Thanks chief I think a lot of the credit goes to clerk and no astro actually a lot of the credit goes to you take some credit for the win. You earned it. Thanks chief no problem. Now let's go figure out what's going on with those after you Sir Engineering Chief Denison and under chief answer gave one last look the expansive array of controls before exiting the control room and heading out towards the clogged blockage in the thermal venting ports and sector nineteen. The room which had been so frenetic for the past twenty, four hours now lay still and placid. The pauvres road a pushcart linking the under city level to its terminus Nicholson station stepped out onto the cobblestone streets and were immediately struck by hurried shop crowds were more trees that moved and panic streaks astronaut hood clips, ten compensations as they moved quickly towards the chiefs pod bike. Each. Chief looked down at their wrist pecan. That's lady evangeline personal signal. She's calling an emergency council me each sector has report to the tower immediately I, don't like the sound of this. This is all we need more bad news. Will. Come on we take the pod bikes. I gotTa Talk to you what I can't achieve this a serious. We problem some of the molten rocks that got released are creating flush fires along the able park perimeter rebuilding containment barrier. But we need you onsite alcocer the fires chemical fuel reserves lesser than I'd like chief or comedian one minute I'll be right behind you get back on site and make sure all geothermic heating is offline. Yes chief. REAP. What are you doing? If angeline just called the council to me to go take my pod bike your the under chief you've got Sif sa- might be giving the evacuation order. You're the only one she's going to trust Joe. You're the one evangeline is going to trust because she knows you have full confidence. Look, if those flash buyers hit our fuel reserves than there's not going to be a cave to evacuate chief. You got this. We need to divide and conquer and I trust your judgment with my life. Thanks chief look. Angelina I'll be there as soon as I know the situation is under control. Remember whatever it is. We'll deal with it. Chief Marcus Denson gave his under chief thumbs up and turn to race Oh to the engineer that was holding a cave hog to get into the fire site. Before he climbed in he remembered that Astra had once taught him how to make a record player using only a first aid kit matchsticks and a rubber band. And how much it made him. Smile. An, unfamiliar chill draped itself over Leviathan not fake metaphysical malevolence but rather a literal icy rawness cut through the air outside the West. Hangar Bay as chief dense and ordered the shutdown of all geothermal heating manifold. Despite the hundreds of feet of granite separating Leviathan from the dark freezing water of the deep ocean. The anxious citizens rushed from the incoming transports to their assigned emergency stations and could feel the tightening coldness that permeated the tents and. Remembered it us. Reason you'd. Citizens Rub their hands together, for. Warmth? and Mu target through the southern end of Leviathan City where the Med tower break cathedral and West Hangar Bay were located could being the nexus of most entry and Egress from Leviathan. The southern area was always the most hectic. However, the sheer magnitude of the incoming crowd from evangeline recall order strained the capacity of the area heightening tensions even further she missed her call everyone going to be okay. We're not going to be okay excuse me. I'm near the MED talent stood ten gleaming sacophagus arranged in a wide semicircle while constructed white horseman like material. The intricately carved portals had grown dull from disuse since evangeline limited dimensional travel. Since the rebellion, these keyhole portal's stood century thirty yards away from the gleaming green cross at the MED talent. The array of Portal's hit his starkly allowed injured in multiples from any corner of the globe to be transported to Leviathan for immediate medical attention. Suddenly. What is the around the mental began to vibrate an eerie hush valid the teaming crowd. pulsing low hump penetrated the cabin as the frenzied motion of the crowd slowed to a stop. quizzical heads turn to find the sources strengthening vibration. A fractured bolt of energy shots across the desolate Leviathan. Sky. Blinding fibers of electricity ricocheted between the tops of the keyhole portals all of the blinding tendrils of energy soon, coalesced around the right most keyhole, which began to violently shudder a pulse eight. In utter amazement, the throngs of immortals witnessed a wounded disheveled man erupt touches the right most. The fourth of his objection into the dense crowd of onlookers knocked several bystanders to the ground. The man lay motionless in his mud-stained filthy clothes. Immortals stood around him a pit dumbfounded in the mazed. No one had traveled through a Keyhole to Leviathan in over seventy years the man brought his knee forward to a week can ealing position a notice mama came across the shocked crowd as the man lifted his head to look up at the lights of the Great Cathedral looming above him. He allowed only one word to escape his lips. Far The man hung his head. Love the crowd was still amazed to witness someone traveling between dimensions to be here. One man dressed in a dark quarter uniform stepped in closer to examine the wounded man's face. You can't be immortals that surrounded the wounded man inched closer sation. The Dog horsa agent reached inside the scarlet vest. He wore to reveal a small Damascus, steel dagger I. Shoot come. You fucking treatise demand planners. Sensual chest. Listing off. The creeks, women and men rushed to. Volume Fifty feet down upon him fingernails tour skin cast rush to chunks of pavement and they struck. Screamed and they saved as they pounded on you repeatedly. Tax Soon grew. And of me. Finally an urgent squad on a God's arrived at the Tower of. What they found any find any. Crowd shock to them to the core. Here and Leviathan built as a refuge of sanctity was bloodies disfigured heap of flesh brutally murdered and lying face down. One of the Gods looked around him to see the hands and clothes of the nearby immortal stained with wet blood he stirred into that is to find no remorse only shock themselves as to what they were capable of doing the God took another step towards the corpse and kicked the body over onto its back. As his body rolled-over sessions bloodied hand came down to rest on polished grand. A small folded slip of paper fell from his fingertips. The lead on God that had been called to disperse the crowd picked up the note. It read. Four McCallum. Their coordinates I. Know it today could be anything. Our satellites are reading strong energy signature at this latitude longitude that is similar to star don't energy. But mustard is anything that could produce an energy signature that is equivalent something something that could trick us census perhaps. Possible. But Unlikely, we've detected cosmic radiation signatures coming from NASA and cosmonaut laboratories but nothing in a location this remote. There's something there my lady we just can't say what it is. It could be a trump a final nail in the coffin of La Brea Leviathans, not dead con with Sunshine is McCallum and he spent the better part of a century trying to destroy Leviathan it must be a trap. Why would he possibly help us? I don't know I. Think we need to be very careful my lady several hours off dissensions mysterious arrival in the Violin Evangeline, Korda Council meeting to her hospital room atop. The MED Talla military chiefs Khan and Watson stood beside evangeline hospital bed along with mess Inter and engineering under chief Hanzla. It bothered McCowan that she was the last person to enter the room and the last one to learn what had happened evangeline. If there's star stone reading at these coordinates, we have to send a team to Callan I have to caution you that we don't know that this is a star stone I mean it's possible but isn't it worth taking the chance to find out? If, it is a star stone it could save our city but prime office a rightly noted, it could be a trap we need to consider the risks. Sunshine was a very dangerous man. He wanted me dead mckellen. I'm not sure you understand what a catastrophe caused. Do evangeline I swear I do but I know he was trying to tell us something something bigger than all of us. He brought us back. nope. For a reason, evangeline rose from her hospital bed waving off the instant support supportive hands and arms to help her maintain her balance she walked over to the. Green Glass Window that stretched from the ceiling the floor as her gaze fell north she could see teams working to put out small fires along able park and engineering teams working to reinforce areas of the cavern wool that had collapsed. She winced the calamity she witnessed before turning to her left towards the West she paid at the sun or the illusion of it. She allowed herself a heavy. Sigh. Why would he write something down on a note perhaps as an insurance policy I don't follow mayor maybe he knew what he would face when he arrived. Maybe this information that he didn't want to die with him. Curious that he addressed the note to mcallen though he knew I would listen. He knew I wasn't a part of Leviathan and I didn't have the same history. All of you he trusted me with this information that he was willing to risk his life for May I remind you councilwoman that the fact that censure thinks. So highly of you does not resonate competence with those of us in. The Room I'm getting really tired of you always trying to undermine Miki mckellen if you haven't figured out by now that this isn't personal, then you really ought delusional you said yourself that the last time you saw session, he was collaborating with the black door wilds the fucking black Dogra I know and he was but he wasn't trying to I mean, he said he wasn't hunting us. Keith. Care what he said McCullough, he killed Greg O. Right in front of us. He noted countless of my fellow soldiers in friends for God's sake section was in a submarine with Jason's Deli. Don't stand there and tell me he was doing incentives that killed Gregor. He didn't pull the trigger. Oh, please the two of you stop. US Is Marcus. The chief was checking on a situation with our chemical fuel reserves. He said he'd be here as soon as possible undestood. Austrid How much time does all current supply of chemical reserves give us unclear you see ma'am, it's really about power. The virus has been forcing a radical uptake of fuel consumption. But for reasons, we're not sure if we've seen a drop in malevolent code inserted into the civic ai over the last few hours, the young girl and boy harlequin brought asset and Laura comb right. They seem to be helping the boy is quite talented but so much damage has already been done I still can't get main power online and our geothermal matrix shot. And when the chemical reserves run out, the pressure shield will collapse. I asked how long straight AT OUR CURRENT BURN RATE I'd give us thirty six hours but that could change. It could change quickly your Highness. I'd say we're at a nice edge right now Maya my lady how long do you estimate a full evacuation of the citizenry would take evangeline may well. I hoped I'd never have many things I'd hope to never see. Your answer? Yes you Grayson. If utilized in prepped every possible. Zephyr I believe we could relocate the citizenry topside within. Twelve hours. But it would take a very concerted effort. evangeline closed her eyes for a moment and took a deep breath. She stood with a stillness. The twin was prompted under chief and let touch her shoulder before she brought her hands together in a preposition and spoke to McCowan it's too risky maccagnan. We can't spare any citizens to find out what the black tour group has waiting for us in the frozen ice. I'm sorry. No evangeline you can't. It's my decision mcallen. Fine. Then I'll go by myself yourself. These corn, it's in a remote part of northern Canada. There's no roads, no cities the conditions are freezing and we don't even know what's generating these readings. You can't just go there by yourself and give me a small team even just to do recon a mill grace, I cannot fulfill your orders. If you truncates the personnel I have to work with I cannot spare any soldiers not to the amount of people we're talking about these talking about what orders prime officer issue the order to the military division to prepare the archival volts in high-value Leviathan repositories for evacuation may let the citizenry to prepare for an evacuation. But note that this is a precaution. The Not Evacuating Leviathan yet what? No? No we are not going to lose Leviathan evangeline all the citizens that have returned to help you can't they believe in hope we offered them hope that note that sense brought Hasta than I'm not issuing an evacuation for the citizenry not yet at least. This is just a precaution that should the order come. We can devote our efforts to getting everyone out safely a not concern ourselves with protecting immortal technology. How can you I orders stand McCowan? How can you say that because it's ensuring he's killed his own before and I won't be a fool twice. Whatever's there whatever our sensors are picking up it could be the key to. Stop It. We don't have the slightest clue of what danger could be waiting for. US. What's going on out? There you go. Actually Kazunori Tanaka told US everything the door to evangeline hospital room flu oaken allowing to on God's to four forward and crash onto the floor unconscious time. Then, cut through industries has been using Roxie technology to create a secret base for the Black Dog Group on Devon Island Nunavut God. When did you get back and tone traitor and a criminal knew better than censured himself if these coordinates are tracked A. Trap I heard it all myself. It's all true. They call it the crossbow stay. She totally did you did you find Oberlin right here? McCowan lovely city you half your. mcallen ran to Oberlin and threw her arms around his neck hugging him tightly stalker than I remembered. How are you? My love boy do I have some stories to tell you? You'd never believe them hello McCallum. I'm right here I might have had a little something to do with all of this. So it's nice to see you mcallen let go of Oberlin and approach tally. She purposely twitched her arm for an instant causing tally to wins as if expecting another blow across his face instead she sharply extended haram to shake his hand. How are you totally good to see you? Doing Okay Great. Yeah if this touching reunion is complete, we have a limited amount of time to debate a course of action before the city reaches a point all due respect to lieutenant I think the time for debates over McCallen I need you to find the direction aliens all being sheltered at this crossbow station choose your team as you wish, and get to Devon Island in the next twelve hours. The knives of every human above and below the ocean will depend on it. You have been listening to season. Three of the leviathan chronicles to listen to all of the season three episodes right now and the exclusive epilogue episode purchase. The season three directors cut a LEVIATHAN CHRONICLES DOT COM or click the in the show notes for immediate download. Leviathan chronicles was written and created by Christofle Poker executive produced by Robin shore produced and musical composition by Luke. Allen, directed by nobody Nakanishi for more information on news, visit our website or find us on facebook and twitter. Thank you for supporting us and thank you for listening. Alo- It's Nogi Your faith director of the Leviathan chronicles as always. Thank you for listening and we hope you enjoy chapter forty six. You probably know the drill by now new episodes of Leviathan released every other Monday but we're also live streaming them on facebook on the prior Sunday evening come join us for these premieres followed by QNA's with the Leviathan production. 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Tech for working at home parents: EZViz

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Tech for working at home parents: EZViz

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And we're back back from guess again. My voice actually, isn't as bad this time. It was a last couple trips Janet's here co host, Jane, and we have some Bravo. Fam- in the house. We have the gorge page disor boat. Just. How are you? I'm good. How are you excited to be on this? Do you watch van from roles, obviously. Okay. Because I was going to say this. But I'm like, I mean, it's me. So I think it's a compliment. I don't know if you're taking better and sold, but I think you're the Sheena of summer house, obviously unit compliments things. Yes. But and you're actually if I'm being honest. The only reason I started watching the show. Oh my God. Just become. Season three that's on right now. Okay. So I met page wash. It live a few weeks ago. You literally make me wanna go back to short hair. Do it. I did it after I got divorced. I just chopped all air off. And now it's been like two and a half years of growing out that I'm like do I do it again. But funny story out watch what happens live that night. Do you? Remember, how my hair was it was kind of like a like. But Julius love Julius. He instead of raising the extensions razor part of my actual hair. So he like started you off with this Cartwright here. It's like, oh, you have to chop it. Oh, it's about your lying right there. And when I got back from New York, I was just like I'm just going to chop off. And I went to my my hair, and she's like Sheena knocking to let you do that today. Like, it's just think about and then be ready for. Yeah. Yeah. She's like what is like face, very and put some layers. But when I put it up in a ponytail this one straight off all so I'm Mike actor short avenue decided but every episode I watched them like shit. I should do it. I love it. It's so easy, especially in the summer. Yeah. But it's so cute. So I are show the first season of summer house kind of like anchored that show also is dead for Vanna pump rules, and I at the time was still unhappily. Married. Phrase. You don't hear very? But I didn't I didn't really have that much fun in Montauk. Like if you watch those episodes season five, I'm not taking the shot. I'm not skinny dipping. I'm not doing this. It was like I'm not taking the shot is the the summary of like, I can't drink sugar one of those Alva hung over. I was such a bore. But anyway, so I had never really started watching the show. And it's like, I mean, we have coral make out in common getting. Yeah. We'll get into that. But it was like I knew everyone the first season. But I don't watch a lot of reality TV, even like IRA friends on southern charm of actually never seen a full episode of it. So I never started watching it. And then after this washer happens live, I think it was week two of y'all show and the stuff with Kyle. And Amanda, and then meeting you and Hannah, and then I like the hung out with Carl again for the first time that weekend when I was there. Yeah. And now we're like cool again. So maybe we'll start watching these junior girls are really pretty funny. Yes. So now I've watched all five of the season. And now your hook. Now, I'm hooked hooked. You have some really really good one liners there. So. We're when they were talking about who unfolded who summer over the winter. And however, it was coming back and you're like, ugh, who cares? I went out and follow myself. Right. The same way about me to see. Sometimes. I'm like, wow. I'm so annoying. Well, listen to myself, even I think Lindsay's said in one of the upper sewed shoes like you come across way, more genuine in person than you do on social media. And I was like I feel like that's me. Like, I'm trying to. I said this last week with our guest tears name was at my Lai. He's a very big motivational speaker. He's amazing and we're doing the soda was like my engagements been so low on social media. And I was like, you know, what I think I need to like switch up how I'm posting things. And not always posed such a perfectly posed yogurt photo. Like, maybe a little more vulnerable on social media as I am on the show. Wait till you see the finale grins, but I'll be back in New York for watch. What happens live for you know, I did something I'll go out. We definitely will. But. So what am I saying attitude? Where's it going with us? Posting things that are like. I've seen. Yeah. So Mike, you know, maybe I'll start like doing less filters or things like that. Because I feel like when people who do follow me on social media and watch the show and just edited version of me, right? It's just like really isn't me. And so I always encourage people. Listen to my podcast, if you still don't like me after an episode, then that's fine. Just don't like me. That's okay. But it's like this show is edited my social media's filtered like this is just raw on added filtered. If we added something that's like one of my moments. Mike, wait. What was I talking? Remember, and it's too long of a pot. Are you happy with how you've been edited on summer house to season? Yes. So I feel like for me. It's like everyone's personalities. It's just like a little bit more heightened like, I'm not that big of a bitch. But like a bit of a bit. I don't think. Oh, okay. Yeah. I'm yes. I'm always when extremely self deprecating like, I've never taken myself too seriously. And that really does cross so yeah, I'm happy about I loved her line to when he says something like, oh, you can hook up with other people if you want. Yeah. I know I know. Aware. But I can't do. Thank you. No, so good. Did you watch summer house before going on it? I did. Okay. And I always said, oh my God. I think of MandA looks so nice. And then I met her in the city, and I was like, oh my God. You really are. So nice. Like, I always thought I'd be friends with her ever met her. And then it happened. Nice. Okay. So that was kind of your link to getting onto the summer house. Yeah. I didn't know any of the other people except Hanan Jordan I worked with. So did you bring in Jordan with you know, they knew Hannah new Lindsey before of an kind of all just happened. But I wasn't as close with Hanan Jordan, obviously as I was during the summer. So I was like getting to know them a little bit. But like, I knew them. I gotcha. And you guys are all at bashes together cracked. We all were were. Oh, okay. 'cause you say like millennial whatever didn't say exactly we weren't allowed to no one is really lots company. Okay. My sweatshirt us from. Love them like batches, but that met my one of my best friends. So also. Yeah. Okay. So yeah, you knew Amanda. That's how you got on the show were you friends with anyone else going into it other than you didn't know any. I didn't know any of you were no part of Kyle's seventeen page. I had no nothing so hard to get a copy petty. I've seen it. I have not seen it. I saw someone through one of our friends has a copy of she obtained a copy she showed us for them achieve certain school. I know girl, I don't like reading books and a book on your phone that I'm you know, I would have read it. I I'm really really interested to read it, actually, I wanna know how you can even write seventeen pages, right? It was like MLA format like he did it on on like. Yeah. It's always like I'd aside after that. Did you have any reservations about joining the show? I mean, it was a little nervous obviously, never done a reality TV show before. But I was excited, and if Hanno is doing it, and she was like, look it's going to be fine. And I was kind of like, whatever if I don't try it on never know. At wanna be like. Oh, wow. I wish I did that right? So well, I think you were a great addition to you got me to watch. I've got another people to watch like way there's too like really pretty really funny show. What? Okay. But what before we're gonna get into a game? We do that. What do you think about Jordan because I know y'all work together? But you sound like you don't really know someone you love with them. But even after living with them, you still don't really know him. Yeah. So Jordan, I fe- Jordan is first of all one of the nicest guys. And I think just the way he comes across and says certain things he doesn't mean it in the way it comes across. So he's like trying to be genuine. But it's almost like his delivery is like a little weird. But he really isn't militias like he's not out to get anyone. So I mean, I love him. He's one of my best friends, but he comes across a little bit. Like, the guy who's too honest. Drellich badness, he's like, yeah. You should put something on your lap. Why why would you say that? Did he really make out with three girls that night? I mean, I didn't see it happen. And we all call them out with each other the entire night unless you like went to the bathroom for five seconds three girls came back to which could happen. You know? But I didn't see it. Gotcha. So I tell you that I've DM's from him, and I was going to say and also I don't know if he want to you. But my friend. Autumn knows him from like college days night. Surprised me went. Maybe that's the connection. Forget where he went. He went somewhere in the south. Okay. So yeah. Because I know odham notes from college whether it was like rival college mutual funds or he went to zero. But wait, you had some once we realized we were having you here. I started researching everybody that went I think we said something about him. You're like, oh, we need to like look into this Jordan guy. And I was like, I think I know him. I was like why do I know him, and I went to profile, and I was like, I don't think I've ever followed him. And then I went to our messages DMV, not anything creepy about like, I must have posted something about ice cream, and he like commented on it. And something else about nice cream. But I was like. I was like how did he find me? I don't have a lot of followers like an easy one to find. So I was like, yeah. The connection is it the Bravo. Things are Sheena or what? But maybe it's Atta maybe, but you had an ice cream DM as always posting ice cream to interest interest. I could see Jordan easily fitting in with Ravi Hayes Adams spot at as you. They're all twenty nine. So they probably they're all like throws where like down. Yeah. They're all little button. Ladies who lunch them, but they're a little Dushi? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Even so just recently. So you watch the show. So you saw my date my bachelorette style day with Robbie Hayes. Yeah. So when I was in New York a couple of weeks ago. So many interviews or like asking me about this even on the reunion. We just last week. They're like asking me about it. Not just like he's a do. She's this. He's out because her ni- were like besties like such good friends. We made out drunk a few times. Right. Janet her boyfriend robbing all went to Hawaii together last year before we started filming again, and we were really good friends, and we'd like gone on data more casually. Yeah. So when we started filming out of moves gone him. And I went on a date. It never made it on the show. He was in Hawaii with his family. And then Robbie was like all take you out an date, and like he's obviously experienced in reality television. So I was like all right. Let's do it. We did. And then like fast forward like a few months we had plans, and then it kind of just fell off like I didn't hear back from him. Yeah. And then he didn't hear from me. And then it was just like a week went by. And then literally five months goes by it was a slow fade. We never talked again. And so I'm doing all these interviews in New York, and I'm like. I know his narcissist. Definitely has Google alerts. So I was going to get all of them when I talked about him. But he's like any pros whatever finally this past week because we literally neighbors we live at five minute walk from each other. We have never run into each other. No, we hadn't and so one of his friends we were getting drinks the other night, one of his roommates, actually and business partners bus friends, and he was just like so you're gonna come to like our like stagecoach party or this non I'm Mike. No, I'm not supporting anything you guys. Do he's do she goes to. He's like you guys need to talk long story short. He came over a couple of days ago. We had a good laugh like okay both of us. Are stubborn. It was kind of both of our like you didn't ex- me back with an I didn't reach out, and it just became like five months of goes seen. So unnecessarily. We're going to this event after that. He's going to be. Yeah. So I was like, well, I'm glad at least three got like catch up before to have your back clogs all during his talking shit because I'm like, dude, we were friends. You don't just stop talking to me for no reason some like, then I get my girl brain did. He what did I get and the girlfriend? You're like, oh my God. I wanna analyze every single thing. I ever said. Okay, girl, brain and dating never a good idea. But we have a game called red flags of repaid on the show before. So Janet's gonna read them out. And then you, and I are you still single? Yes. Okay. Our best. Go out kind of scary introduce an imaginary man, two guys and third one two good qualities and one red flag. And you have to tell me if you would still date them for their good qualities despite the red flag. Okay. So he lives in a castle genius level. I q. But I guess in his castle he lives in a bedroom with eight dudes including one named jug. No, I don't care about the castle. Or if he's not smart reels. People are smart like they don't get certain like dumb people thing. You gotta be able to get my humor. I totally agree. Okay. How about this? One speaks every room romantic language is a model, but for as long as you date them, all of your friends will hate, you know, I don't want to date someone when all my friends eight. So I don't wanna take someone prettier than me. No, it's fun to like hanging bang with the model type. I don't actually raise my friend. She does this all the time. And when yeah, you here's it going to be like, you can hang do not bay. She literally fewing out with Carl when you go back to New York, you can hang but don't bang Woolsey. Erica. No schilling. Carl. We've been okay. This person is honest and reliable, but live tweets all of your dates. Wait what we're the first. Good one honest. Okay, reliable, but live tweets all of your. I'm not completely against that. Because they're like live tweeting than they might be saying like like having the best night ever. So amazing. It could be kind of funny. Yeah. Okay. I love that Chrissy Teagan John legend tweet that could be endearing a couple that had sex on the first date and look at them, boom. Same tatty and I'd win. Yup. Yup. Love. Okay. I think Richard said she banged her beyond. He has a really big peanut. We've all heard. Okay. Good. Qualities was rescuing on our on the news for rescuing a kitten perfect amount of physical attention. But brings his mom to the first state. I'm I can be okay with that. In what capacity is she visiting from out of town. Sure bring along is it like he's nervous has to bring his mom. No, very weird. There have been like, okay. Like, just for example. Today's the one of the very few days that my mom actually isn't here. She's here almost every week. But where I grew up. It's rush hour traffic for her to drive home after Janet. And I haven't event after this like Momo's like gin and we've been summer house like she wanted to co host today. But I was like I was like don't worry about. I don't want you to be in traffic like we have to go to the right after so land, we were just in Palm Springs. I just got a house out there yesterday. So we just drove all the way to Palm Springs really are best friends coming the best girl house every. We had inspections out there yesterday. I'm so excited. But I was like you don't have to drive like all the way into Beverly Hills. Don't worry it. But there have been guys who have been guests on my podcasts have either been friends with or like it was like after we do the podcast. We're gonna go out on a date, and like my mom's been here like they've met her that I take but not like that. So that sort of capacities like oh shit, a mardi meeting the mom like she works for me. Like, it's like she's always could come on. A I my mom says how a guy treats his mom is how ultimately treat you. Yes. Good. If I think that is so true and less you're my ex boyfriend. Great. But fantastic. However, well, we'll talk about it off air. I'm not going to put his mom, boss. Your mom when you're doing the wrong isn't angel. Exactly avoid. Okay. I have another part of another game. Okay. This is called drunk stoned or stupid, tell me which of your housemates is most likely to do or say these things I do my cows members. Yeah. Okay. We'll argue with anyone about anything. Kristen muncie. Okay. Refers to themselves in the third. I in Nala. I don't know of any of us do that. But I feel like I could hear Jordan being like, yeah. They'd person has to check in with their parents. I me. Probably me. My mom's always right like. Yeah. Any guy she's ever like just a little bit of a bad vibe about or something like it hasn't worked out? Yeah. And she just she has such a good read them. You're like damn it. I'm like, no mom. I really like him. Like. We're thirty years old when we were in Australia together for ten days. We'd a couple of flights to New Zealand within it. Our moms are in a group chat. And if she texted her mom like we just landed. Yeah. Like, two minutes. I texted my mom's who bit great. It's fine. I guess, you know, extra more than you. A my mom's my friends like Saturday nights. Hi, Honey, just wondering if like you're with page like show it to me. And I'll be like tell that bitch. The love that we do this say saying okay breaks into their own house. Jack's I. Isn't anyone ever broken into the summer house without keys? Nobody feel like I feel like Danielle's very resourceful of she was locked out. She'd be able to break. Okay. How about we'll blow their life savings on space travel. Ooh. I tom. Car or Oriana because Arianna loves space both personal outer. I don't know. I feel like maybe Kyle would be into like doing something in space. Yeah. There was a hall inviting traumas that six hundred dollars on a bottle of John. Are you guys? Jean's and apparatus jello shot. Really did pay for that. Because people think when things like that are on the show. They're like, oh, whatever. Bravo paid for it. And it's like, no really did Robert. Stuff like that. They might have paid for the app. They're not buying the bottles of Dom table. Okay. Feeling. I know who you're going to say for this on runs shirtless to show off their body, Jordan. Yeah. Obviously from yours law. She she's got topless a couple times. Yeah. Okay, uses an inspirational quote in their Email signature Carson, really. Carl would be like motivational like that was at the bottom of the seventeen pages. No. But every Friday Carl would give the same speech like motivational speech Dame speech every single Friday. We'll get us all jacked up to God out. How put it started out guys? We all work really hard during the week, and you're all super hot. Have a good time and go out, and it was just I love. Okay. Last one who was made for reality. Tv can only one only one. I mean, honestly, I think all of us, but I'm gonna give it to the shit show of our show and say, James amazing. Yeah, that's good. I was gonna say Josse, but he's more put together who's going to Jackson. Kristen I think all of us collective on. I feel like you have to be a certain kind. That's in the brain to go on a reality show. We all equally are as critter nuts and not know what's going on. And not care. So on top of it. You can do the witty one liners have your place like top. Yeah. Yup. Well, that was fun. I liked it. We both got to do. Okay. So going back to the show. So you're friends with Amanda. So how did you feel about like did she confide in you before filming started about like feeling left out? And like what were your thoughts on that? Yeah. I mean, obviously, you don't ever want to grow to feel left out. And I like hate that feeling. So it obviously made me mad. But like I knew I knew going into she had some turmoil with Lindsay. But it's also like we're adults. I'm not going to go in be fighting with Lindsay when like she hasn't done anything to me. But like if Lindsay and Danielle were being rude to Amanda Mandar, leaving her out. I would obviously stand up for her. Amanda, always knew I had her back, but we were all very civil with each other. Have you ever cropped someone out of a photo on follow? I don't think I've ever crops out. Maybe maybe like, Dan there is. There's something purposely. Yeah. But I've never liked purposely cropped a friend out unless they were like, hey, crop me out 'cause I look horrible. Like, okay. What do you think about everybody on following her justified or shade? Would that eighty? I feel like Lindsay's reason was kind of bullshit an excuse like, oh, no. It was just hard on them like all like lovey dovey. I mean, we live in a world. Now that it's like if you follow them that's like a silent way of saying often fucking. So she Amanda knew it and also there was definitely it was tension and awkwardness like give I wanna un-filed something. It's because I wanna make a point. It's like you are dead to me, brandy Glenville, recently, followed you I am. Oh, yes. She starts Shishir shouldn't have she got the follow the most passive aggressive. Jab of right now. I've followed everyone I've ever dated because I need them all to not exist. Yeah. Great. If I'm go go. Yeah. I've either unfold or I've muted until the point where I don't feel it's petty. Homeboy, you know, who who I like dated November. I was just like we we're still friends even more. So recently like we hung out with him like last weekend, and like, we're friends, right? But I was just like I don't care about your life and your story what you're posting. But I don't wanna be petting unfold because like we're not talking or hooking up anymore. Yeah. I've definitely muted a ton of people. I love that muting his bullshit. I tweeted about this recently. I'm like if you someone like grow, some balls and on follow them. Our world. It's okay. I guess for you guys. But it still help leg just to care. And it's not because I don't like them. I'm muting them because like genuinely your content. It's so annoying. I can't keep seeing it unfold. So like, no, please Arianna has muted pretty much everyone on our cats. Oh my God. Oh, my God you guys with your spawn. I can't she responded to my tweet that said like if if you want to unveil or if you wanna meet someone just on follow them, and she goes you've been muted. That's funny. I realized the other day I got a follow Jack's back because when we got in a fight like a year ago. I think we unfold each. Then when I went on his interim we had like such a good reunion together. And then so much fun in Vegas past week. And we're like so good again. And then I went on his page. And I was like it doesn't say follow back so Mike. No you follow me. I. What happens when I go to Jackson page blog as user cannot be. Well. I think every ex-boyfriend has blocked me. My my ex-boyfriend finally blocked me after I put a song out called better. Without you. Well, I too. Check it out Spotify. Yeah. Okay. So how long have you known Hannah and Jordan, I have known them for probably like a year and a half. Okay. Yeah. That long, but and you just met them through work before. Yes. So you are fashion writer for the company. We cannot mention. Yeah. I freelance all work for different ones. Yes. And then I know Hannah does like the social video Janta. What is Jordan do Jordan does sales? What does that mean? Joined us sales. Like millions of impression will come to him. And be like we want to like promote through your company home. Make sure like the content is good. So people see Orland. Gotcha. There's like so many, especially like millennial type jobs with social media and everything nowadays. They're like, oh, I do add sales for you know, this country. But what does that mean? None of our job titles. Make sense to anyone over the age of forty. Yeah. Motto to I think he makes a lot of money modeling. Yeah. I could see that. He has ads. Yeah. Yeah. They're not bad. They're not. Yeah. All right. Well, okay. We gotta talk about our mutual make out buddy. So what's bargains against much, and I know this because I talked to him this morning, but what's the status with you guys? So currently we are very good friends. Like, we will text all the time. We're in a big group chat together him. And I like we'll text is. We're watching the show and like like I texted him on Monday. I was like could we be any more adorable? So we're very cool with each other. Yeah, he's great. It's going to screen out that and show the guys like dating she's. Like, the one thing which I mean, 'cause I say things like this like I feel like we're very similar with learning and like whatever type texting with guy, but like when Jordan show dot screen shot. And it was like, well, we're dating so Mike. She was being insanely sarcastic like. Well, everyone's dating I was just like being nice. Yeah. To and it's like one screen shot out of like, a core red of tech. So it could have gone he could have gone way back and seeing that like I wasn't flirting. It's also like we knew each other through work. So I'm not going to not respond because then it's going to be awkward when I see him like a mentor. I said like if you wanna see flirting. Yeah. But like that wasn't it me saying like a sarcastic, whatever. And that's like a term of like, oh, we're dating so cool like, we're friends, and I make jokes like that that I'm just like that's not don't take it serious Jordan's learning the hard way to that everything that you say, especially on camera gets immediately repeated others give sticking having. Secret conversations everybody, right look. And then like, yeah. An hour later. Yeah. We saw what using. Literally seems very he's like he's like kind of like your after that. Yeah. Totally. Okay. So because you had watched the show before going into it. Did you like the think Carl was high? Did you just like it developed kind of? I actually I always thought Carl was good looking. But like one of my biggest things is if you make me laugh like done you. You could literally not be good looking. You could not have a job like make me laugh. I'm like hooked. And for some reason, his dumb humor like would always get me. And then obviously it didn't like it wasn't bad that he just complimented me and complimented me. And then I was like, yeah. Okay. We'll make out. I love how like in control you're of the shot. And he was like you're like, I know I know. I'm very much in control the situation. I'll let you know when you get granted county. I've forgot how tall he was. So I mean, he's like six five. No, no, his huge. Okay. Yeah. I remember one of the six three here's three man. Yeah. Tweeted at me. He goes, I'm six five. All right. But it was funny like hem ni- hung out like now, I can openly talk about this. This was December two thousand seventeen. So why it was? Yeah. It was right before I had moved to Vegas. It was right. When my ex-boyfriend and I had broken up. We're still talking and I like didn't want my ex waiver into. No, I was like talking to anyone else hanging out with yells. So it's very private about things. I was doing and then Carl decides it's a great idea to go and watch it up and be like she hooked up. And I know my my goal is like oh, you slept with like, no, no. Like we made out. I mean, we fulled around, but we did not have sex. But then he goes like a national television and says this so then it's like after that. And just like that. I mean, my relationship it needed to just be done right away. It's done. It's still done. It's great thing ever. So happy that's done with. But I didn't talk to Carl for like a year yet. 'cause I was so annoyed by all of that. And then if you weeks ago when we were there, he group jotted. Kyle. And I just realized you guys don't have each other's phone numbers. Like, it's going to be so much fun. You're on the show together tonight. And I was like we haven't talked a year. Yeah. But I just responded he's just like like that total like he can let things go, and he like we could have like a disagreement or something, and then it's like work will work. Well, and I'm the exact CEO just been so long that I kind of like LOKI forgot about him. Still talking about you guys throughout the whole thing. Didn't Kristen go on watch. What happens I've things again one million per I think that was on that. And I was like one million not present. No, I'm like, okay. If I'm being honest. Yes. It was more than a make out. But it wasn't right media. And you hear everyone thinks sex for sure especially all the moms watching. Bravo. My mom like she helped up with gets up without me. Now. But so when I was there a few weeks ago, and then I was like, well, yeah, meet us out for drinks like fun. And you know, we all went out and got drinks. And then I was like now, I remember why made out with you. Army? He's charming. He's tall. He's funny. And like anyone who six five and like makes me feel really skinny. You five five at the exact same. God. We're so similar about like a cute little baby. So yes. So we hung out in New York. And it was funny because at the time when he said that I'm watching live my mom had like tweeted at him. And I love when your mom back Twitter. Somebody says negative thing about she. And her mom's like, really, let me give you. That's not true. So. Funny because like my mom would like put him in its place. But she goes I remember she was he was so respectful back in like ya'll is. And so then like the first night we hung out the both nights. I was there. And the first my mom was giving him shit like the whole night, and he just took. Yeah. And he's so respectful backed. But my dad my mom and dad both met him. My dad loves him. Yeah. Might Abba like walk around the housing Carlito dot com. And then the second night, we hung out. It was like we were all just like friends, and it was good. And then he followed my mom on Instagram and Twitter, and she's like, oh, he's so. Got a bad. Like rap the first two seasons. And like he would say things to me. And he'd be like, well, I'm like fuck, boy, whatever, and I don't like say that about yourself, actually, truly genuinely nice guy. Like, I've I've always been team Carl. He just had those fuck boy tendencies for the time being. But now watching the show like I see such different side of him. And I the side of them that I saw you weeks ago that I was like, oh, yeah. This is why I made out with you. Perfect example, how you treat your mom is how you'll. So nice to his mom loves his mom. Yeah. And it reminds me a lot of chef from southern charm. Yeah. Just sort of like cute and like funny. Kind of do the fuck boy stuff. But without getting the fuck boy full reputation because you're like oh there to night. Yeah. You forgive them. Yeah. Yeah. That's fine. All the only person that's maybe who's made out with both. I. Shep yet time catch. But the night. I did watch it live with shop. Carl was there as one of his guests you met both in the yes out with both. No, I was with I was with doorman at the time. So just sitting or calling him now because that's what my ex used to do. And instead of saying his name ever again. We're just gonna go dorm. I love. Stops. You're one of them came up with it at the reunion. Yes. But yeah. So I mean, nothing happened. But it was like I hit it off with both of them. And I was like, well, we're just going to be friends, obviously, I'm in love with someone else. But then we broke up, and then, you know, shop with on shenanigans we got drunk after you guys before that you were we started here. Then I remember break room and then my apartment. Only there for room. I did not see apartment. Yeah. Oh. Anyway, also did not sleep with. They're not sleep with correct? So when I'm back in New York and few weeks. Do we gotta hang out? We'll call Carl. We'll get the whole gang. We'll do. Yeah. I like you should just come to watch live with me. Because what was so funny that night? Andy asked me on the show is like would you ever like make out them? Again. I was like probably not definitely not. And then we hung out that night and like not hit it off again or writing. But I was like, okay. If we had hung out last night, my answer would have been different. But I was like I didn't talk to you in like a year. Yeah. So it's just like, oh, no, definitely not. And then we hung out. And I was like, oh, yeah. He's just so fun to be out on one of the number one things. Whereas we were out one night. And we were sitting there drinking or whatever. And he looks at me. And he was like you want me to buy chicken fingers and I'm roles four. Let's get this going. I was like. Here's a here's Honey mustard. I was like done like this the most romantic two thousand eighteen thing. Yeah. I'm like chicken fingers. Yes. Ranch and barbecue. Chicken fingers. Yes. And you're also take me out to dinner kinda girl. Yeah. Yeah. So when do you start up again when to summer house when you moving I don't know going again. I'm sure you will it was so good. But yeah, I hope so I would love to share a house with all of them again. Yeah. But typically, you guys do it like may through August or the end of June. We started. Yeah. Until Labor Day. So I don't know if it was this summer last summer when like some of my costs out there was that one house. Yeah. So stocky bio, Tom and Katie is going to be on the show. Yes. Oh, I saw something. I saw a preview for it. Where I think it starts says something like well Schwartz having his butthole looked at right now. So it could be worse. Yeah. Mexican ex ago. Yes. Okay. 'cause I remember they all went out there for like, forty eight hours or something. I just thought of you. And I was like what's Schwartz's, but that's got sick in Mexico or something. Yeah. Not everyone. There were a few of lucky that. No, no, no. There's multiple a like eighty percent of the cast and crew guy a parasite in Mexico. Oh, my. Yeah. It was bad. So Schwartz was one of the ones who had really bad. I can't imagine. Like a six hour flight that way, no. I think I think he did. Yeah. But maybe, you know, season eight van pump. If there is he's in four summer house. If there is we do like, some more crossover leave really should come out too. So natural I feel like without show because we did start right? And then like some of our casts on it again, and we all love to drink. We have a threesome with you star. Moms would literally. Kills the best things about your because I think Fanta pumpers in summer house are very similar in the sense. It's like a really good close group of friends. Yeah. Drinking and doing silly things and hooking up and all that one thing that I think makes summer house like security camera outage. But then also getting to see everybody at the end of the net, come home and eat such a crucial point of going out. Yeah. You don't often see at pumpers. It's like we're at a restaurant. And then you you don't really see everybody when they get home right at two thirty in the morning time. They're like literally. What can yeah. Yeah. It's like that real world aspect, and I have to Amanda did all of our food ordering. So like, she would do all the freshdirect order. So we would like I would feel like it was my mom and opened the refrigerator and be like, Amanda, we have nothing. And like, I cheat sticks for an entire summer. I was gonna ask you 'cause I saw on one of the episodes every time when you guys got there. There was like a box of like, yeah. Cases of Rosa. What looked like food and stuff gracious preorder all of your Manta would like order on Wednesday. And then it would get delivered on. Yeah. How many bottles of do? You think? Y'all whispering angel sponsor you guys. I mean, we had a party one time. We got all the alcohol, and we're like come on guys. We're not going to need all of this. And like halfway through the party. We were like. No, there's no way home on. Oh my God. I have problems. I like to know what the total whispering angel Bill is at the end of the summer. I even imagine I'm going to make friends with MandA just so I can find out without we all are on like an app where we split everything. So could figure it out, and you actually have to clean up after yourselves like Lena. Yeah, we clean up some more than others. And by that. I mean, I never clean. But that we do like hire someone like a little bit. I learnt to know what the person who has rent the house. I don't know what the person who owns the house. I want to know if they watch. And what they think about what you guys you out. I feel like Kyle has met them. But I've never like when they were showing one morning. There was like red splatter of God knows. Well, everyone's looks like enough to clean. I'm like if I was the owner. I would be sitting there like biting my nails. We try like we are very respectful to the house 'cause we live in it. But like when we have parties all over the floor like watching key allot watching shows like summer house. Make me wanna not Airbnb. Oh, yeah. Yeah. They're like you can make so much money in April. Mike, I'll probably wanting to stay there. And so I'll just pay my own mortgage. Okay. Question about the pantry. Obviously, you guys go in there to make out because there are no cameras. So everyone thinks that that is partly why. But the other thing is like we do come back, and we're drunk eating snacks were in there. She was like why are there Dicks? So like if I was going in for like chips or like a drink or something I feel like I knew Carl would be in the pantry. He always knew I would be like around there and that but they did end up. There wasn't a camera in the panic because no one was ever in. They were getting off pantry cower. And then I think later in the summer pantry camera wasn't stalled. Okay. That was my next question. Sweep in the right? We're only they showed his last words before he tells me, I love Amanda. But. Like poking around the quiz. Snow fell asleep in the pantry like really thought you were getting your shit together. Pantries my spot like. Well, we see the proposal the season. You will see how it all unfolds? And you will definitely see a glimpse, right? Yes. I wondered that. 'cause now like doing it ovens live and like media her as engaged to Kyle watching the show, and I'm like, yeah. Where's this going to meet? Yeah. How many do you know how many episodes you have the season? I'm pretty sure we just aired five. And I think we have thirteen or fourteen. Okay. Good. So you're not even halfway anything that you think is going to happen. Probably happen now. Now, I'm hooked I'm investing. Yeah. Does Carl hook up with anyone else in the house? You don't have to stay in the house. No. I don't know if there was in hand me out or some Jordan. Does Jordan hook up with anyone? Okay. Interesting. There's but there could be other people. But okay thoughts on Daniel love Danielle is low key hole. Larry, and I feel like it never gets picked up. Yeah. Because she says things like under her breath. And like one night we were drunk in the kitchen. She was saying things, and I was like what? Like, I was like you're funny, and she's like, no one ever notices that. She's very funny and she loves to dance by yourself. Is always a good time that for because it's like, I mean, she's just you know, that I feel like typical girl, I don't know her personally, but just kind of seems harder sleeve they made Alec obviously as a girl, you know, you kind of think like unless you put it out there like I just wanna make out with you because I'm drunk as well. And you put out like the girl, right attitude. Like, you're going to kind of think like it's not just going to be one thing. So like I really felt for her because I've definitely been in position before early lead her on a little bit. It wasn't that she wanted to like full-blown datum. She wasn't expect summer fling expecting him to come back and like all that talk shit about her behind her back. Right. So most of your make outs are all of them that we've seen so far have been in the pantry. Yes. Will we see any on camera on the bus and on in the air? Okay. But I like the twenty minutes. Panshir twenty minutes. I'm not doing right in the kitchen. Middle of everyone. But yeah, we I think we make out like a few more times. But nothing like full-blown after Yasser make you out in the vineyard like this is so romantic or you're gonna propose and then he started talking. I was like shot. Because with all of those cameras like I mean, especially with you know, the couples are like even ever state over with Lindsay and whatnot. It's like their cameras in your room bathroom paradise. And that stuff where it's like this. You really get no privacy like what core porn a little bit. But what is that like a hooking up on camera yet? I never slept anyone's bed. I'd never hooked up with anyone on camera. One not just because the cameras are there. But yet that's a little bit weird. But also like it just like Carlin, I just weren't at wait where it would be like normal for me to go sleep in his bed. So it never really crossed my mind are the cameras like big where like bigger than like, a gopro or security camera where you're like, I'm on camera. I know or or do you get so used to them that you forget this. So the camera in the corner of our room is probably like the size of that. Bigger than a gopro bigger than a go pro. But they're, you know, they're they're. But honestly, and I feel so dumb for saying this because like I watch reality shows before and I'd be like how do you forget? There's cameras are used to bid. You forget. Yeah. Like, you fully forget, oh, totally especially if you're drunk or in the moment or like, you just you don't realize that. I mean, it's harder for us. Because there's a six foot five man by the camera like, yeah. In our face. But like if there were the little ones like when they're in our hotel rooms and stuff, you definitely got there there because we're so used to filming with a crew that just have like those. That's crazy. It's times when we would come home drunk. Yeah. Like, no one's around. And there's just like cameras in our kitchen, and we're just like being ourselves Odelay probably off it's fine. Like, whatever they don't want. This. This absolutely want. You guys coming home being who ate the pizza who ate this towards the end of this season over uniform rules. I have like my first like real like make out like individual. Stay with you. But I just like watched because it was just the reunions. We have to bend the end of the reason, and I'm like watching it back. But I remember being in that moment where I was like this is what it feels like to be the bachelorette literally boom mic. It's let literally do cameras and it's just dead silent. We're just like hush longer. Do we make out for like we're trying to round the bases? But they're still cared air. Like, and then you feel bad for that camera guy. Like sorry. Happening. What were you most worried about going into the show? Or did you just incompletely open-minded? Like, I didn't know what to expect. So I like there was no room for me be nervous because I was like, I honestly have no idea. What's going to happen? I didn't realize I was going to have as much fun as I really did have. And how much how close I was going to become with everyone because you're kind of doing this weird experience together. Like, yes, we are filming a show, but also living in a house with people is like, so Jeff it's so different. And I've never lived in house with people for an entire summer. Yeah. So we had a lot of fun together. And like, I didn't realize how close we really would all which we did even like with our shows in lots. It's like oh trip or something. Like, I mean, a lot of people live close to each other. But we live together. Always does like if we do like a van of rules like overawed where we like open up the restaurant, but all had to live together in a house. Could you? I'm back up debt. I know one hundred percent half you. But it's like when you put that aspect onto a show adds a whole extra level. Yeah. Like a good door slam. Yeah. Oh, I'm telling you. I enjoy just for watching those come home at two in the morning. Yeah. As always eating like deli meat Turkey out of the bag. And like, I was like, wow. Wow. Do you want chicken salad, and you're like? Wow. Oh, yeah. Three. Again, solid. Well, I'm predicting season for an eight and crossovers. I want to I like especially now being like a single and fund Cina married in unhappily, married. But like I feel like I would have so much more fun with you guys. I would loan trip. Yes. Like, I feel like I mean, we obviously the weekends are vacation every weekend. But if we took a trip for like a week, I feel like totally where do you live in Manhattan? I live on the Upper West side. Okay. Cool. Yeah. I've lived there for about. I've lived in the city for five years is that where most of the other cast. I always wondered where you guys all me all live completely different spots in Manhattan. But yeah, like Daniela's in Brooklyn, Jordan and actually Lindsey lived a few streets away handle kind of close to me. But all of you guys. Do I mean on like the Vander pump crew you guys all do legitimately have like Monday to Friday like jobs, and yeah, we're all like doing. So I heard Karl, oh, they gave me like a summer Friday. Could you guys take off a week of work to go on a trip? Yeah. I mean, like if you I mean, I do freelance stuff like if I can work remote, totally. And then I don't know like summer Fridays. Not every company has it. But in the city most companies do because everyone goes to the Hampton. Yeah. So it's like a pretty normal thing. But yeah, I feel like we could figure it out. Why did you decide the first night? Just stay instead of going. Out to dinner. I mean, you say vegetable. Honestly, I would I'm meet new people get very nervous. Like, I'm very reserved. I like to like assess everyone's personality I and I'm not good at meeting new people. Like, I'm like a weirdo almost. So like going out. I was just like like, I know like, I'm probably not going to be fun. Then they're gonna think I'm like, not fun. And then I'm like in my head. I'm like, I was gonna stay home. I'm like, I knew Amanda the most like whatever MandA does I'm going to do. Plus, she started cooking dinner. So I like it was rude. If I was like, oh, you cook dinner. We're. So I stayed. I mean it worked out it was like half and half. Yeah. And Carl he's like in the Middle East. What do I do doing? All right. Let's see what. Oh, that's Sunday dinner. That's what I wanted to mention that you made looked so awesome. It was like the biggest bowl pasta salad thing. Yeah. It was really fun. Yeah. So what is your favorite thing to? Doc. So I can't make that much stuff and contrary to what people think. No, one in York has a big kitchen servants. Yeah. And then like if you're cooking for one person, I'm like, wow. This is so depressing. Probably gonna. But I can make probably like four to five good dishes, and my mom will just like send me the recipe. And then it's basically just read what she wrote just do it. So probably like anything with pasta. I can do I make really good chicken dish. I've made salmon before the same person let her lay out there like inventing dishes, but I can read so I can read a cookbook co two and then she has pizza lunch Ables, always hot zealous string cheese and Capri sun. Those are always in my there's always a frozen pizza and my friends in case of an emergent. I froze frozen burritos in my freezer. Yes. Always and Tito's a bottle of Tito. Yeah. For sure, but like my son I like that because apple juice box crawl. So they're always always have Capri Suns, literally, my go-to. But I do have my staple like, yeah. Dishes. I may four. Yeah. Cookbook that my mom gave me for Christmas. It's been like, I don't know pilot seven years now. And it was just like one of the times where I was thinking. I was like I mean, God forbid something happens, you, I don't know how to make any of your stuff. Yeah. And so it was like the best and saddest Christmas president ever can't wrote all of harass. Appease her mom's recipes. Or a book for me well night. And then in one of my moves, it was like a couple of pages got a little wet and free. It's going to be all. But it was it was okay. I make like four to five. Thanks, then. Like when you meet a guy, can you cook? I'm like, yeah. Little do you know, it's a rotation of fourth. I'm the same way. Okay. So how long have you been single for? Probably about. Two and a half mostly on my ex-boyfriend says he'd probably say two and a half. I'd say three. I don't know if it's the same one. We're talking about her ex boyfriend is friends with Johnny. Oh, yeah. Johnny who offer teat. Yeah. Okay. We went to Sundance with them with Johnny of that whole. I don't think I only know Johnny role is his roommate. But I've only met him maybe twice. Okay. Yeah. I saw that. I think you guys follow each other follows you're and I had awesome about you is like always like Oscars better looking MIR her ex boyfriend because we look similar so they look identical. So we are the one time I saw a picture of Johnny. And it was like with some girl. And I was like where are you? I like zoomed in then I realized I was on someone else's Instagram because I was like who is that. That. But yet they look very similar. It's very weird funny. What stating in New York City like a torture? I imagine it's worse than LA. You think I think it's different for different reasons? But like dating in New York, there's so many more girls in New York than there are guys like you're walking around with like a five nine model like as your competition. So it's just like my leg. Thanks. I would've opposite. I imagine like New York City like a lot of bitches not here. Courtney Berman talking about dating New York the entire. Fall painful. Okay. Just assumed LA was the worst of it. I think they're probably yet. They're probably equally and just in LA everyone's broken on employed. At least in New York. They have careers, bro employer. Really good-looking raptors like rich assholes. Yeah. I'm an actress mind forces Newark together. Together. One. Good one. Yeah. I guess that's what the midwest is for I've met the mid west guys. They're so nice. I'm like be here. Another year, you're going to be so rude. Okay. So I've got a ton of question on Instagram that food. So I wanna go through some of those before we wrap up, but I have to know. And this is also a question. Several people ask on your list of things you want in a future boyfriend. Yes, what is the most important? And what is the least the most important is how he ultimately treats me if he gets along with my family family's very big thing for me. That's very important to me. The least important to me is probably. Do you have on your phone? Yeah. I'm always adding to. I mean, probably just like little things that I could compromise. How things are on the list? How many pages is it? Go. It's only. It looks like short and different. I I like, I always add things I always take things out like honestly, as I get older like if they dress well or not not a big deal because all right? So things. Makeover to be funny. You have to get my humor we have to like the same movies. If you don't get my movie quotes, it's not gonna work things like that. You just have to get me. What's your favorite movie? Oh my God favorites. That's so hard so hard. So I love any comedy movies like the classic like wedding crashers like that. My all time favorite movie is probably my cousin Vinny. Ooh. Okay. I love that. Like, I like oral Janet's thing. Yeah. I love I love, obviously, like devil wears Prada like the girlie movies to loan those. Yeah. Big movie girl. Okay. So what are you cutting off your list? You didn't answer. She said dressing. Oh, yes starts anything. I change his physical stuff less important. Yeah. Okay. So Elizabeth underscore on snow. Kyle was single would page of one or two hook up with him over Karl. No, I felt bags out three on it. They're like, okay. Let's. I'm like a man does not sitting in front of you single. Would you know? I can't even think of it. I like him napping because only know him with Amanda automatically. No, I also not into guys with blonde hair. Yeah. Yes. Me either. Yet the guy I'm banging all season, the Blondie just. Yeah. If I were not dating out of Bosch dirty. He's not a brunette guy tall dark in his ground here with the little like Goldie wispy. He he's like a blonde for guy. He's very blonde. Why all-american? Yeah. I like a like tall dark handsome. Persian. This is where. See this is where if we go out we're going to butts because we're gonna like the same guy. And they're both gonna like us. Sister wives. Honestly, I'd at this point. I'm I'm thirty four almost and divorced three. I'm twenty six. Okay. Because you're the youngest cast member of everybody, and I don't let anyone forget it. Okay. House show wants to know what you do to work out. Or are you just genetically blessed? I feel bad saying this because they don't want. But I honestly don't work out at all. But I eat in moderation. Yeah. Like all eat what I want. But I won't eat a lot of if I do work out. I try and do like Pilates. But I I couldn't tell you it worked. I didn't like my way. I didn't work out in my twenties at all. I really didn't start out into fitness until like thirty thirty one. Yeah. I I need to start because it's not just about being skinny or like being in shape. It's like being healthy and strong. Yeah. Movie Rousseau wants to know. Do you have an age you wanna get married or have kids by? I mean, I can't plan that stuff as much as I'd like to. But ideally, I'd love to be engaged at thirty. Yeah. Thousand good age. I say no one should get married under thirty should be legal. Young well younger and both are thirty. Yeah. Or at thirty. Yeah. So yeah, that's very smart, Dan. Oh, fourteen months. No of Jordan as do. She seems no. Ray e Karl dean wants to know how long your last relationship was. And why it ended my last relationship was on it? I was very young on and off for probably about two and a half years ultimately ended because we were both just doing things to pick. The other one off like we were both very at fault. Like, he would do things, and I'd be like watch this hope. We are very good, friends and talk all the time. So nice. Down that see there's a couple more. Sammy Samec wants to know the bus places to shop for petite late twenties girls in New York. Well, I mean, I love DARA. I literally that's all I lot of people asked about fashion as I know you do things on Instagram with affordable. A lot of money because it's also trends like I'm not going to what I'm wearing this. Like winter's. Yeah. Probably not going to wear it next winter unless it's like a classic piece. So I never spent a lot of money on trends. So like Zara forever twenty one h Anna, I was looking through all of your Instagram post. And I was like oh my God. Where'd you get this house? Don't even look I'm not going to be able to like ACO's, and I was like. Like one of those girls that's going on revolve in his like look at this topic for eight hundred dollars such a steel. That's my group Chhaya. I'm like can't I addressed guy also helped me I'm poor. Little little. Pretty little. Yeah. She gets basically their entire website new stuff. She's like fifteen things, but it's like only like two hundred dollars fifteen item. Yeah. I love it. I stand pretty little thing. Shut out. Yup. I haven't been to the news story. Don't Melrose pardon. Yeah. There's a story. Just we were in Australia. The opening it's right around the corner from diet and pay the Hugh stories they've unicorns, and it's all pink. I used to go. I know it I'm going I drive pass it, and I have been inside. So what are obviously forever twenty one? I e so Salah I love a stop shop top shop loved the top. Shop has great genes. Like the white genes that I I realize I wear them every single weekend. I wear them all summer from top shop. Okay. As saying I love that. Yeah. What are you doing the rest of today? You're there to what Friday I'm here till Friday. My mom is here with my brother. So we made like a little trip out of it. We're going to go out to dinner. And just like some drinks, I'll some will Janet, and I are going to be out and about tonight. So maybe. Off the craziness if you haven't been tomorrow night. We'll by the time. This airs it we'll have already aired. But tomorrow night, I'm on Hollywood medium. Oh my God. So I'm going to have a few people over and make one of my four stable dinner dishes. If. Oh my God. Is it real? Is it like whatever like Sheena and her mom both? Do you know that I'm jest with that? Same like, I go to a psychic at least once every six months. Yeah. Really? I ever told you come true or. Or predicted that has predicted like a lot of career things. Like, I was like look, dude, I'm here because I am I going to get married and am I gonna have kids yet chill out? You'll get married by thirty. Yeah. One of the things that Tyler Henry's. He was like I do see being among but like an unconventional way. And I go to mean, adoption or like in vitro or what? And he was like like an in-vitro something like that. I was like that's crazy because I've been thinking about freezing, my eggs, and he's like you should do that. And she did I did. Wow. That hurt for me. It was very easy painless process. I get talks every three months twenty to choose. I have no issue with needles. It was the more. I think I have a high pain tolerance. Yeah. I think what was the hardest thing. I mean, you were going to so many appointments every single day. And like I feel like you were just stressed. Yeah. I have to be here at this time for this this this I went to one of her where she had to do this shots in the stomach, and I'm like there for moral supporting the you can do this. And then they bring out a needle. And I'm like, I'm gonna get me a water. Having trouble. Every honestly, and I'm going to end on this note, the hardest part about freezing my eggs for me. And this is where I feel like Hanan. I relate was not being able to have sex for a month. I didn't even know that was part of that. Yeah. Because you're literally injecting yourself with hormones making yourself fertile. Oh, my pregnant right now, it's like a lot of babies at one time. Oh my God. You have been like a mom of six optimum I missed opportunity on that. No. We're gonna go. Thanks for listening and watched summer house every Monday night and him with. My Instagram page PI underscored disor boat. DAS are amazing boom and anything else. You wanna mention before? I think you so much reading me. So. 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Eric isn't here but in his place. Is hannah perner. Page to sorbo from summer house. Thank you guys so much for joining. Thank you for having eric. We won't replace promised so you guys are busy. I know not only summer houses out this season. It's so good. But you have the gig. Lee squad podcast in hannah. You're on bravo's chat room. Yes it's a lot of bravo. And i couldn't ask for anything more all consumes. She loves sucking she to do dream job. Well i definitely want to dig into this week's programming specifically we have real housewives of real housewives of salt lake city police. This little show called summer house. But i just wanted to get into some general questions because it's been a while since i've talked to you guys. Yes was doing like a year. I know restore you. It was like in person at mopus when that was a thing that was exciting late. Because i got like an ice chai weren't those the days i'm house is so good this season and i really think part of it is this real world style approach. You guys are doing this season where you can't leave the house. Basically i love it. It's actually so crazy like watching us watching it. The as the amount of footage that is just like our house cameras is. I love it. 'cause it's so real like no one safe yet. No one save like hannah. And i are sitting in our bed like it really is just like what what we talk about watching. I feel like we got away with more stuff before. And now it's like it's we joke that it was prison with a pool. Role one about. Hr co working space with no hr department and lots of alcohol in the offense but yeah it was very interesting to see different personalities of people to like you know some people have like weekend mode and then they're completely different during the week mode. You got to see that. And like the g- zayed's of more than just like is the party prepared. It was like people's lives monday through sunday. And also winter really heightened time where you know our job safe right now in our family's okay so i feel like that is this extra layer that probably is surfacing. Sure i wanna know who is so annoying during the workweek now that you get to see them all the time. It's funny because hanan i you know. They put us in the basement. Because we are children. We kind of secured the third floor or the first floor. I guess and we didn't really leave that floor. Lake the hassle to get up to kitchen so all of our snacks on so it was like we had our own apartment. We got a lot of take out that we would just eat in the bed. Yeah so like monday through friday. We didn't really go and look for anyone because we knew people were on calls are like doing stuff so we have our own little world down there and everyone was more than welcome. But i don't think they came down that much because we are very message. They would work out. The gym was right bias. They'd be working out at like eight. Am and we were like we get it. You wanna look good on tv but like pain. Yeah let's do it at ten. And i mean obviously you know we have a different job than the people who have nine to fives and like because that's kind of i don't do well with a thorny. Okay so fired from our jobs. Like i'm doing a podcast just like yelling at someone and i can't be like next to danielle who's on zoom with like professionals and then pages like chucking close elected right finding outfits for her next look and she had her own room with closet like we really did have our own empire. I would call it even though sometimes we were able. I work best on horizontal thinking horizontal. Which i will judge for as well and i like to say. Don't yuck someone's yum nine like that. You do bring up an interesting point. Because we don't. I mean it's never interesting to watch people work out. But who are some of the biggest jim rats in the house. All i woke up to the soothing. Sound of kyle's grunting. Which i started to get us at some point. Yeah when i got back home. I was like i don't have an alarm and then luke was really you know really engaged all day with working know. Sometimes i walked by. And i was like i think your sweat just hit me and i don't so you know it's just part of this job. I guess you know the yet. So he had bravo's chat rooms started when you guys were in the house. Were you filming for that inside summer. House oh no. it's funny. I there was in talks about it. But i there were like. They weren't sure what they were doing it. So i by no means felt secure. That i had another tv gig at all. It wasn't until summer house ended. That i got a call that we were going to do a pilot and then we started. I believe in october. So this was pre chat room. Hannah what what has been the biggest surprise about doing bravo's chatroom. The biggest surprise. Is that. Like i love housewives or at least the two that i'm working with. I was very intimidated at first because they were talking about the backgrounds and porsche has the most gorgeous mansion giselle is like the most gorgeous like mantelpiece and whatever is in her background. And i'm just like this is my parents house. And then they had the most they have like glam and all these exotic looks. And i'm like i'd better come in with some hot opinions and before being funnier. I'm going to get fired and again to porsche is the warmest silliest goofiest bitch on the planet and i thought i was gonna be like in two minutes. Because she's so famous that look she does. Yeah we just. Sometimes we'll just be waiting for like production and we'll just start like making funny noises and giggling and when she messes up i like make fun of her like who thought i could ever be like on a house life that they think it's fun and then she goes even harder back on me but i love making fun of people to show affection them giselle. At first i was going to think she was gonna be like a little stiffer. 'cause she's like miss first lady but she is like loves all my sixth sense of humor because she has daughters who were like younger than me but like she. She's a goof that one too. And then kate is just like the driest and just the overall energy has been great and i was scared at first. 'cause like i'm just a girl gets drunk on the weekends like i didn't know what they wanted for me so it was apparently that was it. That was but. I do think that the experience of doing podcasts and just creating funny stuff has prepared me for the opportunity and now i'm excited to be on this journey with page in terms of like giggling squad. Worry just show people like a little more but what our friendship is and all our opinions. Yeah you guys are doing a lot together. How often are you getting sick of each other. It's so because we. I feel like it's definitely hard to work with a friend but i feel like hanan i really have mastered like okay. We're texting or we're talking. We're talking friendship. Like i'm telling her every date i'm going on like every guy i'm talking to. We switch years like okay like. Do we know how to do taxes. i like. It wasn't all giggles like we started. Good squad because we were bored and kyle called us and during quarantine we thought. It'd be hilarious. Just go live when everyone was depressed but then it got to restart do more shall we. We started a podcast and we had to have some like awkward conversations about like percentages. And like how to start a joint bank account and like it was like. I don't know any of this so we've learned a lot and i'm pretty proud that we've like maneuvered bullock. The stuff we've gone through during the summers on like this bitch knows me through. And through. And i know her through and throw and that's like the most comforting thing is like i've seen page at her lowest and she seen me at my lowest so like we can survive a pod thus far why do love these conversations. We get with you too on summer house and it makes me think because i can't tell if you're just being polite because at night and you don't want to disturb the other housemates more if you're genuinely trying to hide your conversation from the camera all of your condos are like very whispered meaning in the subtitles. Nearly okay yes. It's probably a little bit of both because we're used to being in the room that's like right off of the living room like on the main floor in our old house so people could be walking by any moment so we whispering and then of course we know that there's like a camera watching us Like they put in the first episode. That i farted. And i was like all wide like that was shuttered. My grand yeah do not smudge pages that were mistake and i don't think page actually said that some competent that there was some miscommunication there so yes. It's probably a little bit of boll. Yeah in bed. Like sleepover mode. I feel like we're like alone at stark. We could be yelling one would here. Uh-huh i dislike talking whispers. I'm like we have sleepovers every night. Those stories will. It does sort of posed this question. That i had and i guess you guys will now know the answer because you spent a good deal of quarantine not doing summer house but then you did move in with all these people and i think you know. None of us knew the beginning. How long is this going to last. And when people were saying you know get your pod together and then it was sort of like should i have at the beginning of all this should. I have quarantined with friends. But does it just make give more people to get sick. I can speak on that. Because i literally broke up with my boyfriend action a lot. I think it. I think it was the best of both worlds honestly. I don't think i would have ever been able to spend as much time with my family at this age. Likeness part of my life as i got to earn quarantine and then to have the best of both worlds of van. Go and quarantine with all of our friends. I i really liked it. You saw a different side of people. Some people got a lot closer but then yet some people definitely distanced after it. But i feel like everything really does happen for a reason. And you kind of figure out. Who's who's like you're eighteen. Who like will always have your back for sure. I think it's hard to spend six weeks with anyone. And i think you saw different sides of people and it was difficult because we were kind of in a pressure cooker for a lot of reasons also considering it was a pandemic i do think spending time with my mom and dad and shelter island and we ended up adopting three cats. Plus mike cat and bearcats. There were five times. But i will never forget and it was. It was really nice but then going to be around. People was like you realize that it's necessary for the human mind to like be with people their own age but there was a time when i was like twenty nine walking with my mom about to go feed the cats and i was like damn i thought i would like be like a relationship by now or like just i thought i'd be on the stand up tour and there was a sadness to it with him. Being around everyone made you feel like a little more alive. Yeah for sure. Do you think if you know it seems like things are gonna get back to normal. You know relatively this next summer if you had a choice. Would you want to do the way you guys have done it before where you're at the summer house just on the weekends and back to normal after the week or did you do prefer this experience of like stain altogether all the time in the house. I definitely liked the experience. We had this summer just because it was new and it was exciting and it was like. Oh my god what's going to happen. Is someone gonna murder someone who knows. Let's have a glass of rosa. Anc but i think if the world is back to normal than we would love to go back to being in the city during the week and then just coming out and seeing everyone on the weekends because really. That's what a summer house is. You know not talking about the work stuff and really just like where we going out tonight. What are you wearing. What guard you wanna talk to. You know stuff like that. So i think world goes back then. We'd like to go back to how it usually as to. I mean i'm gonna go ahead. And say i think this was my hardest summer. By far. i felt like a times. There was like a microscope on me in terms of like is hannah partying enough parting too much. Is she working hard enough as she not working. She working too much. Like i just felt like people. Got like very judgmental about like your life and it's nice to be able to live your life and then go and just party with these people instead of sometimes like there was a lot of judgement this season that i could have done without Do you think mean we can get into it. But do you think it's because of the the luke factor or you think it's completely separate. Oh no people. Always relationships always caused drama. I think there was more judgment on. Like i think our careers have changed for years. I think that like. I have changed over the last three years and i think that sometimes there was just pressure of like. I'm not the same hand that i was for season i have. I've been through more things. I've had more pressure. I've had more obstacles. I think people were like oh people have changed. Some people didn't like it while. I do wonder since you guys are such bravo fans. Can you think of one real housewife that you would want to move into the summer house with you guys. Oh my god. It's so hard. Because they're so many that i love so much. I really think. Sonia riot. Like i just the i think she'd fit in so well. It's funny because i feel like such a name dropper. But i had lunch with luan and sag harbor i mean no. I wanted to ask about it you want to. Her house would like trying to get the names right way. Who's the who's the blonde one. and like. She was so into it. And she loves to flirt and i love watching the wind flirt so i think i think theresa dolores would be great. Yeah i also think porsche would be. Yeah i can go on and on but love will be. why were you with louisiana. Did you just run into each other. You guys friends. What's the deal so lan alike. I think she's a place inside harbor and she would go to this place on shelter island during. I guess they're in quarantine. It's like this outdoor dining area and her assistant love summer house so is assisted for going. She'll dry that we should hit up panel burner. You know you guys can talk rob or whatever so. I brought my mom actually and we ended up just like getting drunk outdoors and it was so fun. She was typical lou like she was just like hello darling and she just larger than life and like you just feel like she's seen so many things that you just being in her presence is just exciting and then i'm hannah's on nickname basis with i started calling alone. She didn't do anything that you guys i feel like i shouldn't the detail but like louis knows that she's just a show in herself so she just texted me and was like hey i see. You're you're out like we need to. I want to hear about you. Know the premier and like chat room and stuff so we go to this place peers in bridgehampton which is like a place to be seen. Very you know fancy and its french. So she's speaking french with everyone and i'm like someone pinch me. Someone pinch me some guy at the bar. Tries to like get a drink with her like he's like hey guys and she's like sorry. This is a business meeting. Like rejects guy in front of me. it was. I mean she looks gorgeous and then she's talking about all the projects she has going on doing. Amazing and then yes we. We ended up doing tiktok of her saying. Don't be so cool. And she now that like the second try and then i ran out of there and was just like i can't believe i'm hanging out with lou ann so page. You got the boot. We're not friends anymore. Honestly you got you got it. Why i wanted it to dive into some bravo shows that we saw this week starting with real housewives of dallas. Are you as fans from this. Honor fans this franchise. I love dallas. I say first of all. I love any like i love to see how all the different franchises dress because it is. It's crazy. how like if you live in a different part of the country like your style is so different. But i am obsessed with kamran. I think she is so cute i can. She's like so authentically herself. And i love to see just like how fancy and girly. She is so she's Favorite without Camera and has kind of come into our own because she was like kind of in leeann shadow a little bit but page. I just thought of an idea you need to do. A tiktok of all the looks of like the different lives where they are put together a look because it really is consistent. Also just have to say tiffany moon it star. She's like re write it so hard to come in as a new be and because of being newbies a thing like you don't know the game you don't know what the girls are capable of. You don't know the girls that well maybe just one or two and she's come in fearless so herself a sense of humor. She's obviously very impressive. Her closet she's just she's a natural you can't. It's an x factor. You can't can't teach the the. I think it was funny. Though i feel like in this episode she a little bit is trying to figure out how i suppose to be a real housewives as someone who like actually have girlfriends. 'cause i work all the time and was like stepping gassing herself because it was clearly her time to throw an event if she wanted to do a pizza party but she didn't know if it was up to lake the standards. I first of all i. I love her and her husband. I think her husband is so cute. You can just see you can just tell when someone really love someone like come across on screen and you can just tell that. He is so supportive of her. I mean he basically did everything for the party. Want her to be stressed out. Which i thought was so nice day. You got the door. Thank god for daniel roku and like she couldn't have literally i know. The housewives are different than like a summer. House are like southern charm. But her house is gorgeous. She's an outdoor like pizza would oven but have had plastic cups in plastic plates. Would've still been amazing anything. When she gave everyone the apron with their names on them. I thought it was so cute. My no they were all mad though that she said they had to leave at ten thirty. Which like what he not work. Tomorrow she has these. They have to understand that. Everyone's life is different. I also love the fact that like in her office home office. They was just like her diplomas and she was like. My husband has some but like this is. This is about me just so feminist like that and i think she's a rockstar and i also think it's important to show that like you can't live that life all the time. If you're committed to like being in anesthesiologist you can't be out until two am shrew. That's a really good point lake. They'll be fun and liked and like not be a party animal. It's up till three. And i think rex normalize that for sure and it's like a different. It's a different vibe than the other ladies. You know some of them. They don't have these nine to five jobs most like really little kids. Yeah she she be hungover at work. Because like someone could i so you know. Tiffany is all about trying to get the girls to try new things new foods and so one of the toppings she offered for her pizza were crickets and no one was about that so she sort of snuck them into her pizza. Pizza and didn't tell anyone people flipped out mendi when she found out through up. Actually do think this was such a big deal or do you think that they're overreacting a bit. I think i mean. I think they overreacted. On hundred percent we love pranks like we practiced throughout the summer. So i think if hannah was eight something and then i was like oh my god. That was a cricket. She would be like she would start laughing so i think they're just a little bit more dramatic right but branded did grow up but she doesn't throw up until after she found on protein protein. I will throw app. I'm not even joking. I didn't know you know. So i'm like well. It made me wonder if you know. I think sometimes on housewives like with the whole hospital smell on real houses city. Like you can't believe something so small. Become sucha being an mets soap. But has there ever been a time on summer house where you were just like. I cannot believe this is a thing. You're one hundred percent well. I'm going to tease this season for a second. We had a full night ruined and a huge fight about galloping. Oh my god. I forgot about that. I forgot. I can't go in depth for it but like where like that's all i have to tell me this is the this is the fight that leads you to calling kyle a leprechaun. Oh no that was for real that one gets and then like some friends get into a fight like how'd you really gala. Because we should figure what is. The definition of gallup is a fast. Walk a gallup and kenna human up and we really can't even go up because we're talking to are doing galloping race so anyway on things can get nasty over anything if you believe. That is a good way. i also have. Oh my god. I got into a big fight with carl. I because one morning there were a bunch of eggs that were made like sunny side up eggs. And i guess everyone's taking their eggs and i was there and they like to laugh so i took the two. Apparently everyone was taking one egg. I didn't know that it woke people. Only eight one egg. I didn't like exit. One hundred dollars each one hundred calorie breakfasts. Anyway i'm growing girl. Carl carl rosen later. And he's like are there any eggs left and they're like no and someone was like everyone took one and then immediately i was like oh god i get the memo on this i must have. They didn't siemian. this email. Was like karl. I'm sorry. I ate one and he was just furiously making himself one sunny side up but i i'm so sorry and he was so mad at me like so mad but we've resolved religious. Say like if an egg is brought up between me and carl we give each other a look. And i'm like i. I'm still sorry i i'm sorry i won't do it again. Also one egg that. What is that. Who is just like those. I try say. But i lost that fight off fight. I'm very sorry. I wanna vonda. Real house is a salt lake city because it was reunion part one. And reunions are obviously just the biggest and best thing to ever happen to us fans icon. It was icon. What have you guys thought of this franchise. Here's the thing i i know. It's their first season. But there's something about this franchise that i like all of them like when they're fighting with each other. I'm rooting for both sides. Wouldn't which rarely happens. When i watch house is like i have my favorites on each franchise. There's something about salt lake. I really do like all of them. Their fights are a little a little dramatic like the hospital smell fight. I mean that was crazy right but like for how crazy jen gets during late. I know i still really felt bachelor. Consistent she's consistent but before the reunion though paged like at the very end i didn't love how she was like fake apologizing to everyone and then like i don't know i kind of lost me that last episode with within and then i was like damn. It was just like one interviewed by where she was like. I'm not really apologize. I don't even know what i'm apologizing. Yeah i was like people. You'll see when your air sunny. But i think they should be so proud of themselves because to come on as a new franchise is so difficult and they brought it in their own way like it was so unique to someone from new york city. I was like like skiing. Like i've never skied in my life. I was like what is this fantasy and they all own it. And i'm just i'm really proud of the night was good page. You did you think the best at the reunion all my gosh. I think my favorite is lisa. I love her so much. I think who i agree. She looked at her and meredith. I feel like i feel like maybe heard meredith and like the page in hannah a little cooler than us. Oh my god no. they're thousand. What cooler the way richer like have like the wants to be them in the future. But i just like i love. Their friendship able looked amazing. Sometimes there is something with like the reunion sometimes. The women could get a little figure skater. You know. I'm like oh olympics with that outfit but yeah yeah i also feel like i had never seen so much of meredith's boobs and i was like very into them like yeah and i loved her short hair love. I have a heartache. I kind of loved mary's outfit like it was the gold with the for collar. And i feel like she's just like really artsy and and that was such a great lake city. Look even though. I don't fully understand her. i like her. i understand. I didn't like that dress. I i was picturing whenever i see outfit. Sometimes i like recreate them in my head. I would've loved that for with like a black dress i also feel. I can never wear that. Because i'm a sweater in general and like andy asking me terrifying questions. I would have just been like downing. I wanted to ask. You is because it comes up pretty often out reunion specifically. I'm sort of torn on it. But what do you think about the fact that andy on behalf of fans asks real housewives about plastic surgery i love. Oh yeah. I love it. I think with plastic surgery. I feel like hanan. I have the same opinion. You know we if we were to ever get plastic surgery or something. I should be proud of it. And i feel like if you want to change something to your face or your body like you think it's gonna make you feel better than i think. Go ahead and do it but if you're trying to mask something that's deep deeper. Maybe like see your therapist. I maybe and then touch your face not. We've never done anything to ourselves. But i feel like the day. I get bo talks like i'm gonna put it on my instagram story of who i went to right so yeah i being on tv like become aspirational. Sometimes just because you're on tv especially as a housewife and they. They live larger than life but they should be open about the work they get done. It's like j. lo because it actually really causes a lot of depression anxiety for people watching being like how this her skin look like that at sixty seven. Yeah and give like explain. Don't it's kind of fake to not. And i always say like with plastic surgery before you go cutting and changing yourself. Think within like why. Do i actually want this like. Because he don't want to just next thing you know not recognize yourself and just like learn to love yourself as much as you can before you changed yourself. I'm a little anti under the knife as much as you can. Well i'm sure jail. We'll be thrilled. Her name is being brought up again in the bravo universe. I might have to join real housewives of miami. Oh god imagine goes. A fashion page is a dig. I've tried to be nice. To whitney whitney was doing interview. Looks in some of our stuff came late for. I immediately responded to her. I said you can come and borrow anything from my closet. Like i hear that day right there when it came late from jake is delivering with misinterpreting think. Lisa meant that day. I really don't is like a. I mean to me who does look for. I don't know if i'm the right person. 'cause they do looks for last but like a big department store i never have. I do not think that she meant that as a day. Now if she said dig. Brian's right good was there anything. They any of the drama in this episode. That you're like okay. Like i feel like we've we've unveiled something here. I mean who knew that brooks was actually upset about his mom. Smoking versus seeing jen's the jain right. It's funny when there's i mean they can't you can't show everything on a reality show because there's just not enough hours so to hear that it. It could have been because she was smoking. Like i totally get it also can just talk about brooks for a second like the untung hero extending obsessed in every way. He's such a natural he just comes on immediately dislike blasting. People one liners like so much swag and then taste. I'm obsessed with him on ming stunning locks. Strategize are born. I really hope that we see him a lot. Next season we need a storyline that just revolves around him for sure thousand. Personify did feel bad for whitney though her first reunion her first time getting to present receipts andy cohen was like. This is a bad xerox. Babe the dummy rita xerox babe great. That was great. I think she's definitely learned for next time. Like your receipts have to be in pristine condition watched madison real quick and then finder will take. At least she didn't forget it like mathurin. I have to ask you guys going through this season of summer house in. Just you know everything that happens between seasons. Do you guys keep folders on your cast. Mates like a just in case text folder. Green shots are always the thing. My problem is i screen shot so much throughout the day that like. I know it's in my phone. I just. I'm going to say that. I think that is psychotic thing. I've ever heard if i was keeping a folder on all of my friends and keeping tabs on things they've done that's not my friend. And why would they even be hanging out with them. You know like. I just saying oh one hundred percent. I just know that like people like to talk. Everyone's talk shit. And i know that everyone has but i also don't feel the need to like to put it in people's faces because people know what they did at the end of the day also on an twenty twenty one send a voice voice memo all right well. I want to get into summer house because rarely do have the opportunity to watch an episode and talk about it with the people who live de so first of all hannah. Obviously a lot of discussion about this luke thing like personally my friends texting me a lot you know just like i don't i don't understand like what what's the deal. What was happening. Did she think they were dating. Did she think they were exclusive so just for all of the listeners. I'd love to to get you kind of talking about how you were feeling where you're coming from in the beginning of the season with luke. It's funny because people are kind of like they see the episode and they go very black and white and it's like i feel like everyone's been in a situation ship before that's what i'm going to call it go. You should be like the literally the most confusing and it was the kind of thing where what you guys saw somewhere like never ended. It just became this weird thing where this guy kept calling me. And i kept feeling like why is. He treated me like his girlfriend. I'm not there's something missing. So like i would see other people. He'd see other people and then corentin hit and he's calling me like twice a day to the point that my mom's like what. Why are you putting so much time into this. And i'm like. I don't know i'm going to see him and like whatever so then when he came and he who knew it was going to happen and he didn't tell me he was. Bring your girl. I was like. Oh you're actually messing with me because we actually had like a a trust with each other like each other's back and then when he did that like that's why i was upset because i was when they kept saying i said oh we dated whatever it was the fact that matter is was that he had to respect what it was and i don't know why he called me so much like you could s page. I never initiated. It was just like it was all him. So i was like. Why would you put in that effort to then try to make me look like stupid right when i have to imagine you are able to say. Oh i'm coming back this season. Are you coming back. So during those conversations i mean we had. We had a conversation. Disa- clear things up. Because i've been saying whatever about well. When he kissed danielle custom he called me and said he didn't kiss her because he had feelings for me. Then fast forward in quarantine. At some point i was like. Can we put a label on this like. We're just friends and he's like i don't want to put labels on anything. We just kind of dude and then my fearing is that he knew that i had been talking to some other guy i had. I had you know. Gaza's flirting with during quarantine i feel. He heard that i had been. I went on a date with ross. Everyone has wonderful. But but i've been very open with him about that so then he heard that i was talking to someone and then he basically came in trying like one up like it's all a game to him so that's why i was like this is just mean this is just mean. It's not about me trying to date him or did we date. It's just about like nice. Have you guys been able to keep your friendship because it sounds like you guys you know. Even though it was confusing were at least very good friends. We don't have a friendship. I just want to make that clear. I have friends who are guys. they're hilarious. They're caring they check in on me. They give me space. When i need it a guy whose always calling you just for your attention and like taking it all and energies one way is not your friend. A guy who's manipulating. You was your friend. So i just want to make that clear so also people don't go on twitter very much but occasional get. Dm's that are just being like hannah. Your so desperate nuked as a nike. Whatever the second. I realized the situation your girl is done. Your girl. it's out your girl is by by once. I see people's true colors and it's fun to mess around with a motto. But it got to the point where i was like. This isn't healthy and you're not healthy for me so no we haven't spoke because i don't need that in my hannah's right like sometimes situation ships like without that label hurt more and it's almost more complicated and you can't really have a real conversation because it's like okay. We aren't dating like. Are we really going to fight about this. So it gets it gets messy. I mean i've cried over a thousand guys that i've never jaded. I mean because once you date someone you know exactly like why. It didn't work out all the bad look like this idea of like my real theory is is that he's playing games. He didn't wanna lose me. He always cut me within arm's lanes and then he heard i had kind of talking to people during quarantine while he was talking to me and came in basically like i know i don't have her someone to make her feel bad by bringing someone else and i was open with my emotions and i was vulnerable and i don't regret it. Okay i know tons of women have been through what i've been through retain we're friends friends took would tell me if we're talking other people have go hand rubbed my face. Was it hard for you page. Because when a guy over my friend. I can't look at them. I had these last summer. I i was really weary of luke and and i knew that hannah just wanted to have fun and then i you know when she would tell me that he was calling her all the time as a girl. It's just so hard to kind of cut off your emotions. So i feel like i'm the type of friend that like when hannah and i were laying in bed you know just like cut it off. He's a loser. Don't even think about whatever when we're around the group if people were coming at hand like well you never dated i was like. Are you say that you know. Like i'm the only one that can talk to her people's definition of dating like just because he didn't have sex. I'm pretty sure sex doesn't mean that you like someone. If every guy. I had sex with men i liked. I liked me riding in wrong. But i'm pretty sure my love language quality times when a guy blowing me up for ten months. I'm like i know what's happening. But he's taken up a lot of my time. And i just you know hannah such a cat an any guy would be lucky to even get an ounce of her attention so the fact that she was answering his phone calls in giving him so much emotional. Support i just. I felt like that was unfair for her because like if she really likes you as a person she's going to really have your back and she's going to be there for you and i feel i felt like he took it for granted a little bit and then almost tried to make her feel like she was crazy. The guy says you're crazy or his ex crazy or any woman around him as crazy. There's a reason meghan. That's a really good question. Because last season i mean last summer obviously page. Because she's not like in it with him she could see very clearly obviously is not healthy but in my head. It's like just attention. i'm single. This is fun. Until i meet the one and who knows when that will be so but page i kinda had to have this line. Where like she didn't want to hear about him and it was healthy for us. Like i was not running stuff by because like it really wasn't getting dramatic until the season when he brought a different girl during the quarantine is just you know how he is. It's luke he's not letting me out of his grip. But i'm waiting for the right one and it it but it still hurts even if you weren't like in love with someone or or fully fully in a relationship you're it's it hurts when you get betrayed and lied to i think it. Yeah that explanation because you only do get to see so much and it's it's good to like hear it from your perspective like everything that led up to it. yeah it's it was obviously Thing yeah things are just not black and white and especially relationships and people. they're not one dimensional still page. Did you have the option to bring perry with you when filming started. So yes of course you know. We went through obviously like a process to make sure that everything was safe before we went into the house and he was more than welcome to come in and if he wanted to leave early like that was always an option to hurry. Is you know he didn't sign up to be on television. He signed up to date someone. Who's on television. So it was really tricky and to be totally honest. It was hard for me to balance someone who wasn't kind of down with my career. Because you know being on a reality show is like a career type so was hard to beat to say like okay while. Is this infringing. Something i love doing. And if you're not going to be a part of it like i understand like is also hurting me at the end of the day. So of course i'd want him to come on it but i would never force someone to do something they didn't want to do so i understand why he didn't but it definitely caused tension because i'm surrounded by all of these people twenty four seven and were filming and we're doing activities then like our lives are happening and so i didn't have a a lot of attention to give him and when i kind of stepped back and was like a loan for those six weeks i just i thought about things a lot differently and i thought about what i wanted for my future and you know a lot of things just became a lot clearer to me and that's not to be cliche but it really wasn't him. It was me now. You know i just. I just didn't see going further will. I'm just endlessly fascinated by how the pandemic has changed the trajectory of so many relationship. And it just sounds like you know you because in what other world would you have so much time away from him and that's interesting and it's funny because never in my life. Did i think like you know i'd be twenty eight and be single. I'd always have this five year plan and and he fit perfectly into my plan at mom always says like you make a plan god laughs and it's just so true like you really have no idea what's going to happen and i realized once when i was by myself that i felt better that that was such a clear sign. Yeah and it's not just him. I feel like if i was dating anyone at this point in my life like i would just be more happy by my salary and i do think it's hard when a guy hasn't liked to done you were burned her house down to like you really have to know things missing something within you So taper he. Yeah yeah will in this episode. I thought you guys were such good friends to put that birthday on for kyle. I mean it seemed like not a lot of fun but a lot of work. We actually had so much fun with it. Like i was the chef. I actually got fired multiple. Dan's i went to france for six years and then i got drunk into our character. We actually like wild. They were having dinner. We were laughing hysterical so it was great always more fun below doctor. How do you guys as a man is friends. Feel about her relationship with kyle. Are you feeling good about the fact that they're getting married. I think this was the first summer we saw like a different kyle. Amanda know they had come into the house after being quarantined in their apartment and they were excited to be an open space and be around and you really rarely see them have like blow up fights this summer. Like we've seen in past summers. And i feel like there's so much drama with other people. We kind of forgot about him. You know we're just getting married. So i love you so much and we are so at right now. It makes me so happy happy birthday. Don't cry you cry. Cry cry okay. We're to enjoy desert upstairs. Everyone hang out all right. Let's help clean. Yeah i feel really frustrated for all the people who like had weddings planned and like started their venues and all that stuff so like it sucked that they're going through it. But i feel like a lot of people like my brother was supposed to get married at the same time line so it was nice. At least we were there to you know. Actually i don't know if it was nice. We we tried to like make the summer fun considering that it should have been there wedding. Yeah i loved the roller skating party. Do you on my cell fine. There's so many times that we that. I don't even know if they could include all of the times but there was one thing like everyone fell -nology like hand vallon like a very athletic very dainty unlike. Could break my arm at any moment. And and lindsey adjust light coach boom activated as she fell in the amount of falling was just insane and like who knew it was so hard but then carl and luke were like so good at it and started to get like kind of annoying. I remember at one point. I had to tap out. Because i was just like it was insane. Will we pick our rosen thorn for the week and i will say carl's roller skating. Skills was might rose because like why. Where did that come from of moonwalk skating. Like what and pittsburgh. I don't know but natural beautiful. I i don't know about you guys but i mean i am really excited for the rest of the season i don. I always wonder how it is for you guys when you film something but you it has yet to air and like if you knew that you had like something. That's coming by. I'm excited to see all of being. Forget we forget the new reworked up your way he did. What lean more dramatic for us to watch it than just like the viewers. 'cause we're like hold the phone. When did this conversation happen. But i think the hardest part is like it. Is this journey. You go on like you know. People are seeing the beginning. And it's like things really evolve. And i think everyone evolves the season and a lot of things changed. A lot of feelings changed so much up. Yeah a lot of people's roles change. I feel like Friendships just like a lot deeper. I mean we get deeper every summer but this was particularly different because we live twenty. Four seven on there was a global pandemic happening. So you know things just got a lot more intend. will i think that's a great place to end it. I wanna thank you guys so much for doing this with me. This is so fun the deel dish. And we're be back next week with an all new episode with real housewives of new jersey's deloris catania. we'd love day mine and remember watching bravo isn't a guilty pleasure itself care guys. Let's keep the conversation going. We wanna talk to you all week long. You can find us on instagram at bravo daily dish and on twitter at bravo. Tv just don't forget to use the hashtag bravo daily dish or reach out to us personally. I'm everywhere at mexico. And i'm everywhere at eric. 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The Hillside Stranglers Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono Jr. Pt. 1

Serial Killers

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The Hillside Stranglers Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono Jr. Pt. 1

"Due to the graphic nature of these killers crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of domestic abuse, torture murder, and sexual assault that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. People always called Los Angeles the city of dreams and Lissa cast in was determined to make cursory. The twenty one year old member of the professional troupe. The L. A. Occurs had aspirations of being a well known dancer but on the night of November, Fifth Nineteen seventy seven lists, thoughts weren't on her dreams lately all she could think about was money waitressing was her main source of income and it wasn't nearly enough. She'd been thinking that maybe it was time to try something else as she pulled up to her apartment building. Lissa. Ruminated on what she should do. She was so distracted she didn't even notice the Cadillac stop right behind her two men exited the. And the driver, the much younger taller one flashed a police badge and asked for I d confused. But sure there had been a mistake Lissa handed her licensed to him as his older partner looked at over the driver and formless that a car matching the description of her Volkswagen convertible was involved in a robbery they wanted her to come in for questioning. Listen knew this was ridiculous she was no criminal but her beetle was a unique color and the men did appear to be officers sliding into the CADILLACS. Lissa had no idea that her dreams of dancing were about to be snuffed out. I I'm greg. Poulsen. This is serial killers apar- cast original every episode we dive into the minds and madness of serial killers. Today, we're taking a look at cousins, Kenny Bianchi and Angelo Bono junior who were collectively known as the Hillside Strangler. Before they're horrific crimes were revealed to be the acts of two individuals I'm here with my co host Vanessa Richardson Hi everyone you can find episodes of serial killers and all other podcast originals for free. On spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream serial killers for free on spotify just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar. Today, we'll take a look at how despite very different upbringings Kenny Angelo formed similarly sadistic attitudes towards women will also see how this shared sadism led to murder. Next time, we'll examine how Los Angeles was brought to a state of panic as the two cousins enjoyed their reign as seemingly untouchable killers. We've got all that and more coming up stay with us. This episode is brought to you by Casper. You're most life changing sleep is about what's underneath with a Casper mattress? You'll get the cooling supportive comfort you need for the most refreshed feeling every morning only casper dot. com. From an early age Angelo Bono junior disliked his mother she was promiscuous and he didn't trust her. It's possible. This opinion was aside effective is parents divorce which happened before Angelo. Isn't school born in Rochester New York young Angelo moved West with his mother Jenny, after the divorce eventually landing in Los Angeles sometime around nineteen forty while worked diligently to support her two children being a single mother was tough for her and her kids and without the. Presence of a father figure Angelo junior never got to experience a traditional sense of familial stability overtime Angeles resentment of his mother grew he told friends that Jenny frequently made him wait outside unfamiliar buildings while she had sex with various men. I, she gave up on her marriage to his father. Now, Jenny showed her true nature at least. That's what Angelo thought, and there's little doubt that this warped perspective brought on by early trauma impacted how he viewed. All the women in his life Vanessa is going to take over in the psychology here, and throughout the episode please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or a psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks Greg according to the National Child Traumatic Stress Network? Potentially traumatic events for children include witnessing domestic abuse, sexual abuse assault, or simply experiencing neglect while different for everyone, the effects of childhood trauma can manifest themselves in difficult. Behavior, as a child gets older in two thousand, fifteen joint release with the substance abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The NC. tsn stated that trauma is a risk factor for nearly all behavioral health and substance use disorders untreated. It's result in increased involvement with juvenile justice systems middle and high school age students might also engage in risky sexual behavior. If as he claimed Angelo was dragged along at his mother's sexual dalliances, it would have been undoubtedly traumatic. That trauma manifested itself as Angelo. Got Older. By the time he was fourteen. He regularly called his mother derogatory names to her face in front of horrified friends. He described violent rape fantasies and at sixteen, he dropped out of high school and spent his time engaged in various criminal activities. Eventually, a conviction for grand theft auto earned him a stint at a juvenile detention center during this time Angelo heard stories about. Carol Chessmen also known as The red light bandit undercover of darkness chessmen used a fake police siren just startled unsuspecting couples in parked cars armed with a gun. He then sexually assaulted the women in the cars. Chessmen was convicted of kidnapping and rape in nineteen, forty, eight and sentenced to death but Angelo didn't care the criminal was his newest hero but he thought chessmen made one glaring mistake according to author Darcy. O'Brien in his book, the Hillside Strangler Angelo believe chessmen biggest failing was that he didn't kill his victims which left witnesses to testify against him. Learning from his mistake Angelo was determined to leave behind no traces of his transgressions. One turn behind bars was more than enough for him and he'd do whatever it took to avoid a repeat visit but the system wasn't the only thing. Angelo knew how to play He. was also a ladies man who always got his way Angelo called himself the Italian stallion and Ammash to a Sicilian heritage and it was a moniker lived up to in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six, he fathered two sons to two different women. He also married both of them without ever going through a divorce a Catholic Angelo claim that the first marriage was illegitimate as it was officiated by a Protestant minister. That wife might well of breathed a sigh of relief had she known what kind of husband Angelo was he was controlling abusive and violent his second wife Mary. Katherine who went by Candy had the misfortune of bearing five of Angelo's children as well as the brunt of his abuse. Perhaps his most shocking display violence was when he reportedly raped candy in the living room in front of their children in nineteen sixty four soon after the brutal attack candy. Filed for divorce Angelo was ordered to pay one hundred fifty dollars a month in child support for their five kids about one thousand, two, hundred, fifty dollars in today's money however, Angelo avoided payment by tweaking the spelling of his last name desperate for Financial Support Candy attempted to reconcile with her ex in response Angelo drove her to a secluded spot in the Los Angeles Hills told her to get out of the car and pointed a gun at her. Fortunately, for candy, he never fired his weapon and the to manage to coexist and Co parent in the same city by the next year in nineteen sixty, five, thirty, one year old Angelo was in the arms of twenty five year old Nannette. Campina who already had a daughter and son from a previous marriage despite a new woman in his life Angelo's propensity for domestic violence remained he abused net just as violently as he had candy. But this time his lover wasn't the only one being abused. The net was terrified that Angela would rape her teenage daughter who he said needed quote breaking in it's unclear if he ever carried out this threat but it haunted net. Unbearable years under Angelo's thumb, she gathered the courage to take her children and flee the relationship. By one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, five, forty, one year old Dangelo was living on his own from his home. He ran a car upholstery business and was happy to be free of the annoyances of lovers, family and roommates. But in January of Nineteen, seventy, six, a knock on the door changed Angelo's life forever Angeles cousin twenty four year. Old Kenny Bianchi showed up looking for a place to crash the pair barely knew each other the last time. They. Were together. Angelo was still married to candy and Kenny was Aram bumptious child like Angelo Kenny was born in Rochester New York. But unlike his cousin Kenny's birth mother was a sex worker who gave him up for adoption of fact, he never forgot Kennedy's adoptive Father Nicholas was a gambler and his adoptive mother Francis was extremely overbearing the doting mother was proud. As Kenny, proved to have an above average I q but as Darcy O'Brien writes Francis. Coping with a compulsive liar and his childhood unfolded as one of idleness by Kenny's fifth, Birthday Francis noticed her son experiencing strange fits which doctor diagnosed as Petty Mal seizures according to the Harvard Health Publishing Petty Mao seizures, seizures of up to thirty seconds or less children experiencing them become unaware of what is happening but they're so short that fifty to one hundred seizures can happen in a single day without anyone noticing generally these episodes articles for great concern as most children grow out of them but they can lead to a difficulty concentrating which might have interfered with Kenny's ability to succeed in school. Concerned for her son Francis told Kenny to see a child psychologist. The doctor didn't seem to think that the seizures were a big issue and while we can't speculate on what exactly was said during their meeting, we do know that Francis tarn down the psychologist suggestion that both she and Kenny should seek. It seemed apparent to the doctor that Francis loomed too large in Kennedy's life. A two thousand, fifteen study out of University College London showed that people who felt their parents were over present in their lives tended to have lower rates of happiness and well-being. One expert said, psychological control can limit a child's independence and leave them less able to regulate their own behavior while we obviously can't blame Kenny's adulthood violence on an overbearing parent. It's possible that Francis has behavior had a negative impact on her son's development. She certainly expressed her high expectations for him in unhealthy ways when Kenny was just fourteen, his adoptive father passed away rather than allowing the vulnerable adolescent to grieve. At his own pace Francis Forced Kenny to wear Nicholas's shoes to the funeral to Francis time for Kenny to become a man and quite literally step into his father's shoes unsurprisingly with his domineering mother as his lone female influence Kenny's opinion of women was less-than-stellar that said, he found young love at at eighteen married his sweetheart Brenda Beck. But it wasn't a happy marriage kenny question Brenda's virginity and loyalty and was extremely jealous. He couldn't stand the fact that Brenda was a nurse who worked closely with other men under the strain of issues. The marriage collapsed a few months after it began. Just like his cousin, Kenny had issues, trusting women and also displayed a troubling fascination with violence but he was twenty one kenny admitted to his girlfriend that he had taken a life but he didn't say who's the boast might have just been an odd way of showing off. But there was a series of murders in his hometown and it seems Kenny was a suspect between nineteen, seventy, one and nineteen, seventy three. Three young girls were sexually assaulted strangled and dumped on the side of the road still unsolved their deaths were known as the alphabet murders or the double initial murderers despite his disturbing claims, his girlfriend figured Kenny was all talk and thought nothing more of it. She knew him as a sweet romantic sort of guy and didn't believe he could really kill anyone still Kenny's penchant for romance notwithstanding the relationship fizzled out. And, before long he was onto the next, both Kenny and Angelo were incredibly popular with women though they employed different tactics to draw them in while Kenny was overly romantic Angelo was cruel and demeaning, which sometimes worked but they both held equally low opinions of women particularly of their ability to remain faithful. The only thing worse than an unfaithful woman they felt was one who had the gall to leave on her. Own Terms. So when Kenny's latest girlfriend Susan more rejected his marriage proposal, the twenty four year old was destroyed sure. He'd been juggling girls on the side, but he thought he was more than enough for Susan to handle but Susan must frustrated with his constant lies and aimless career path. So she ended things wounded. Kenny. decided to make the move to Sunny California determined to make something of himself one way or another. Up Next, Angelo and Kenny discover their shared dark impulses. Hi Greg if you're looking to add some more fun to your feet, subscribe to podcasts, networks, new show, incredible feats, every weekday comedian, Dan comments who you might recognize from the hit podcast time suck explores an unbelievable account of physical strength mental focus or bizarre behavior. 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It's The cooling supportive comfort you need for the most refreshed feeling every morning only on a casper mattress only at Casper Dot Com. Now back to the story. In January of Nineteen seventy, six, twenty, four year old Kenny Bianchi arrived on the doorstep of his cousin forty-one-year-old Angelo Bono, junior. It was Kenny's first visit to California as an adult and he was completely enthralled by his cousins Bachelors Lifestyle Angelo seemed to always have much younger girls at his Beck and call even more amazing was that Angela could be so abusive and still have women fawning all over him. It made the romance and Care Kenny put into wooing his girlfriend's. Seem like a waste of time. Kenny was determined to learn from the sagacious Italian stallion, and soon enough the cousins were sleeping with the same string of women within a month of Kenny's arrival, they had their first shared experience with a sex worker. However, after the two took turns with a woman, Angelos stole money from her purse. When she objected, he flashed a stolen police badge at the woman and her to get out the two men pound the whole experience thrilling they. Degraded a woman and made money. But despite their shared interest in devious thrills, Angelo was keen to get Kenny out of the house he wanted to return to life as an independent bachelor. So it was time for Kenny to strike out on his own in search of job that could pay for. Rent Kenny tried his hand at being marriage counselor, a sex therapist and a psychologist, as well as a photographer before finally landing a role researching state property records at the California. Land Title Company finally after seven months in Angelo's spare bedroom Kenny got a place of his own proud of her son success in a new city. Francis sent Kenny money for a car down payment. Delighted. He bought a nineteen seventy-two Cadillac sedan with a white top and dark blue body at last Kenny was moving up in the world. He had a stable job and apartment and his own car young girls paid more attention and soon enough Kenny was juggling relationships just like Angelo. while. Kenny was learning the ways of a low thorough from his cousin. He felt there was something missing from his life something real sure Los Angeles. Ladies were sunkissed and beautiful but they didn't hold a candle to his ex girlfriend Susan more to Kenny. Susan was a woman of Virtue and value unlike the promiscuous he could easily bed. So he pressed her to visit Kenny promise that he was changed he was ready to be. The reliable family man she could probably call her husband. But when she arrived, it didn't take long for Susan deceit through Kenny's veneer of respectability. He hadn't changed at all and she went home to New York leaving. Kenny. Broken once more by January of Nineteen, seventy seven however Kenny's heart was on the mend while at the California title company. Can he wooed CO worker Kelly Boyd? She moved in with him and was soon pregnant when She told him the News Kenny propose to Kelly, but she turned him down just like Susan Kelly loved the imaginative romantic sight of him but she knew bed Kenny Bianchi. Wasn't husband material Kelly had a point at home Kenny constantly pick bites at work. He was hardly professional in fact, he was fired for bringing marijuana to the office although Kenny manage to find another position at the steward West Coast title company he was eager for. An additional income source when he mentioned this to Angelo, his cousin suggested that they recruit girls for sex work. Immediately, Kenny had the perfect girl in mind sixteen year old Sabra Hanan met Kenny at a party she was blonde beautiful and just move to La to pursue modeling eager to impress Kenny lied about having contacts in the industry and gave her his number a few weeks later, his phone rang and the cousins set their trap. Wanting to make Sabra field special, they offered to pay for a motel room for the teenager. But before she went to bed, they gave her a drink laced with sedative when Sabra passed out, Kenny started sexually assaulting her but backed off when she stirred and objected the men were sure that doing so would earn the Girls Trust from the Motel Angelo and Kenny insisted that Sabra move into Angelo spare bedroom they gave her money for new clothes and took her. Out For meals, but forbade her from leaving the apartment or seeing anybody without their permission up until this point, it seems Sabra didn't fear the pair. So one afternoon, she decided to take a harmless shopping trip to the mall. But when she returned home Angelo Kenny to beat her as punishment then they took turns raping her fearing for her life Sabra acquiesced to their demands that she forget modeling and become a sex worker at first Angelo used nude polaroid's. Of Sabra. To entice his car upholstery customers into trying her out. But as worried about Sabra got around, it attracted new customers for his legitimate business. For Angelo it was a win win situation and he was determined to maintain this new status quo to make sure she wouldn't try to escape. Angelo told Sabra that he had connections in the Mafia who would hunter down additionally to encourage your compliance the men promised to let her go if she worked for a year but one. Girl under his roof wasn't enough to satisfy Angelo and enjoy the particular attention of a high school student named Antoinette. Lombardo Antoinette remained steadfast in her devotion to Angelo convinced. He would marry her as for Angelo. He was certain that he and Kenny needed to expand their business beyond Sabra. So he told onto net that she needed to have sex with other men to prove her love if she didn't enjoy it, then Angela would know she was faithful enough to marry. They arranged for the two girls to work in orgy with the guests included a police chief and a city councilman when the event was over Angelo accused Antoinette of enjoying the sex and made it clear. He wouldn't marry her though it wasn't the outcome Antoinette wanted the orgy proved Angelo and Kenny that they needed more girls according to Darcy O'Brien in the hillside stranglers they told Sabra that if she could recruit another girl, she could go free otherwise she had another Ten months to go on her contract. So Sabra flew to Phoenix Arizona to recruit a friend believing that Angelo and Kenny had connections to the Mafia as well as law enforcement. She was too terrified to run away and return to Los Angeles with fifteen year old becky spears with that sixteen year. Old Sabra went from victim to victim recruiter while it might be difficult to imagine bringing a friend into such an abusive and violent situation victims have been known to recruit. Out of fear desperation and manipulation forensic psychologist Dr Darryl Turner argues that a recruiter rush. Bringing in new victims because it feels like more of a legitimate job and makes them feel less alone. Looking for a life raft, Sabra gave into her abusers and found someone weaker and more vulnerable to take her place despite their promise the men refused to that soccer go she was their most experienced girl and they needed her however they did reward her by moving her from the spare bedroom into an apartment away from Angelo's daily abuse and violence bad treatment. Now, filter their new prisoner becky around this time Angelo and. Kenny started to liaise with a call girl service to act as an intermediary it lent their outfit in air of professionalism and gave them access to an extensive client list in August of Nineteen, seventy, seven in the new partnership, Becky was sent to the Bel Air, home of David would desperate for help the young summoned the courage to tell the successful lawyer about the abuse she suffered and that she wasn't there by choice. Appalled by the Tail David Sprang into action. He drove Becky to his office and arranged a flight home for the teen. He also assured the young girl not to worry about any repercussions. He was confident that the two cousins had no real connections to the Mafia knowing the crime family wouldn't operate out of an upholstery shop in Los Angeles suburb when Angelo and Kenny realized that Becky was gone they were furious Angela Harass. David at his home and office but he stopped when David sent one of his most intimidating. Clients a large bouncer with hells angels connections to scare Angelo off meanwhile Sabra realized that escape was possible though her captors tried to intimidate her into staying she saw through their flimsy ruse two months after Becky Ran Sabra made her own successful bid for freedom incensed that their scheme was crumbling Angelo and Kenny sought an outlet for their anger it was around then they started talking seriously about killing someone it was something they discussed before as they shared a fascination with murder but now fuel by their rage they felt Ready to take the plunge discussing their potential first victim Angelo in Kenny agreed that it would be a woman and that she should be a sex worker that way disappearance would cost less of a stir. As they ruminated, they were determined to get their old scheme running again. So they found a girl named Jennifer Snyder to replace Becky and Sabra and purchased a trick list of potential clients from a local sex worker Deborah Noble when Deborah arrived at his Glendale Home Angeles Trust that he only wanted in out call. List were customers requested that the girls go to them he didn't want random John's coming to US home. Depot promised that are black book was just that and took his money. But when Angelo and Kenny realized that Deborah had sold them a list of in call clients, they were apoplectic to them. Deborah's con was yet another example of why women were not to be trusted. They didn't deserve their respect. They didn't even deserve to live the camel's back was well and truly broken Angelo and Kenny were ready to kill. Coming up Angelo and Kenny. Take their revenge. This episode is brought to you by a wilderness of error on fx. In nineteen seventy nine army surgeon Jeffrey McDonald was convicted of the murders of his pregnant wife and two young daughters nearly forty years. Later, he maintains his innocence claiming that a group of hippies imitating the Manson family committed the atrocities from the award. Winning producers of the Jinx comes a wilderness of error, a new fx documentary series that reexamines one of the most famous cases of the century, the answer questions such as where their mistakes made by the investigators. Were there witnesses overlooked to the media shaped public opinion to help convict an innocent man or to Jeffrey Macdonald actually kill his family. A wilderness avera premiers Friday September twentieth on fx streaming next day fx on Hulu. Now back to the story. On October, Seventeenth nineteen seventy seven, forty, three year old. Dangelo. Bono Junior and twenty-six-year-old Kenny Bianchi were filled with rage a local sex worker hoodwink them into buying a list of John's that was useless to their fledgling operation. After years of dealing with promiscuous women who had the gall to defy them, they were determined to even the score. Kenny stormed into Angelo's spare bedroom and took his anger out on Jennifer Snyder. They're very new and only sex worker when Jennifer resisted his sexual assault Kenny was angry enough to kill right there and then he suggested to his cousin Jennifer should be their first victim Angelo. Wanted nothing more than to take a woman's life but he knew better than to kill Jennifer her murder would be too easily traced back to them besides he had a more deserving victim in mind he wanted to kill. Debra Noble, the woman who sold them the bogus list he just didn't know where to find her however he did know where to find Deborah's friend nineteen-year-old Yolanda ten Yulon was a black sex worker who tagged along when Deborah delivered her list to the cousins during the brief visit Yulon dimension that she worked the north side of Sunset Boulevard maybe Deborah worked in the same area. So in October of nineteen seventy. Seven the hotheaded cousins down Sunset Boulevard in Kenny's nineteen, seventy-two Cadillac on a quest for payback. Deborah was nowhere in sight. But the men spotted Yolanda right where she said she'd be with Angelo behind the wheel. The Cadillac pulled up beside Yolanda posing as an undercover police officer. Kenny jumped out and handcuffed Yolanda then forced her into the back seat of the car he slid in beside her and Angelo sped away. Witnesses saw the whole scene unfold in seconds but no one thought twice about what happened in nineteen seventy seven sunset boulevard was infamous for its Bevy of sex workers. So vice arrests were the norm. It's possible that even you'll llandough was fooled at first but before long Kenny and Angelo's true intentions were clear while the cadillacs bed on Los Angeles. Freeway Kenny attacked nineteen year old even handcuffed Uganda launda fought back but Kenny overpowered her Angelo didn't even slow down as Kenny raped Yolanda right there in the back seat once he finished it was time to carry out their ultimate plan in the flickering. Light of passing streetlamps Kenny Strangled Yolanda to death with the rag when the Cadillac rolled to a halt near the Ventura Freeway Kenny and Angelo carried Yolanda 's naked body from the car and left her on a sprawling hillside near the forest lawn memorial park. She lay there a stone's throw away from the graves of Hollywood royalty until she was found the next morning tragically predictably Uganda's murder merited little attention in the press. She was just another sex worker who edited unfortunate end then no one seemed to care about her life or the investigation into her death. It was exactly what the cousins wanted. With no one on their tail Angelo and Kenny spent the next two weeks euphoric. They were delighted to have finally killed a woman. But after the initial excitement wore off, Angelo was somewhat frustrated having been behind the wheel. He couldn't get in on the Action Kenny was the one who had all the fun. So they decided it was time to try again and Angelo refined the scheme. The next time he was determined that both he and Kenny enjoy the spoils on Halloween night nineteen. Seventy seven less than two weeks after Yulon does murder Angelo and Kenny were ready for their next victim. They cruise down the sunset strip looking for a sex worker who sparked their interest when they drove past fifteen-year-old Judith Lynn Miller standing in front of Kearney's diner Angelo. Knew she was the one he liked girls who were young in tiny judy was just his type judy was a runaway who ran from a broken home only to find herself sleeping rough on the streets of Hollywood. Forced to make a living. It's believed that Judy dabbled in sex work that night the Hollywood strip was bustling with witnesses wanting to avoid making a scene Angelo ordered Kenny out of the car then pulled up at diner and sparked a conversation with Judy after a few minutes the young girl got into the passenger seat and they sped off when Angelo turned onto a side street and rolled to a stop Kenny approached the stolen police badge held aloft the mental judy they were undercover. Cops and that she was under arrest, they cuffed the frightened teen and put her in the back seat. Then they sped back towards Glendale when they parked beneath an awning that connected Angelo's home and Upholstery Business Judy might have realized something was very wrong. This place looked nothing like a police station, but it was already too late. The two men forced judy inside and proceeded to bound gag and undress her completely vulnerable judy was forced to comply as they lead her into the spare bedroom. A coin toss decided who got to go first and though Kenny lost he couldn't help but watch on aroused as Angelo raped judy after Kenny had his turn. Judy's time was up kenny helter legs as antelope covered her head with a plastic bag and wrapped a white cord around her neck. They held her down as she suffocated to death. After disposing of Judy's belongings, they placed her naked body into the trunk of the Cadillac and drove a few miles north to loughry Santa Angelo new the perfect place to dump her body just a few hours later in the early hours of November I judy. was discovered on a quiet residential street close to the family home of Angelo's ex girlfriend when police officers arrived, it was apparent that Judy was purposely left out in the open for people to see. It was also clear how judy died and that she was raped before her death but investigators couldn't identify the teenage girl with her belongings disposed of elsewhere and no family to look for her. She remained just another Jane DOE watching for news of their second murder Angelo and Kenny were delighted to see it barely made a splash. They knew then that they were untouchable with two more murders under their belts. Excited for more. Four days later on November Fifth Kenny return to Angelo shop eager for another boys night fresh from a fight with his pregnant girlfriend Kelly he needed a release and Angelo was only too happy to comply. But as they cruised the streets for their next victim, Angelo realized they were being shortsighted. They didn't have to target only sex workers with their police badge. They could pull over just about any young girl and get her to believe there scam when they saw Lissa Caspian's Lime Green Volkswagen cruising north towards the Hollywood hills they decided to try out Angelos theory twenty, one year old Lysa, parked her beetle in front of her apartment complex and was surprised Kenny and Angelo double-parked beside her. Telling her that her lime green convertible matched the description of a vehicle involved in a robbery. The men told Lissa. She had to come in for questioning just like Yolanda and judy. Lizzo was handcuffed and got into the car when they arrived at Angelo's home, the cousins forced lists inside they blindfolded and gagged her cut off her clothes and raped her this time around Angelo said on listeners legs as Kenny wrapped a cord around her neck and strangled the life from her on November Sixth Nineteen seventy seven lists body was discovered near the Chevy Chase Country Club in Glendale near one of Angelo's. Events just like Yolanda Washington and Judy Miller. Lizzo was naked and showed clear signs of rape and strangulation with the bodies of strangled and sexually assaulted girls piling up around Los Angeles investigators realized they had a serial killer on their hands someone who had a propensity for strangulation rape and Thrill Murder Dr Peter Vronsky an expert in criminal justice history writes thrill murders often involved three distinct crime scenes where the victim is captured A. Highly, controlled environment where the victim is tortured and killed, and finally a site where the victim is quickly dumped. Thrill killers are often attractive intelligent, charismatic psychopathic personalities relying on their charm to seduce and lure their victims to their deaths that description early matches everything we now know about Angelo Bono, junior, and Kenny Bianchi unfortunately at the time investigators are only just starting to piece things together and the killer cousins were hitting their stride. Thanks again for tuning into serial killers will be back soon with part two of the Hillside Strangler as Los. Angeles lived in fear. They had no idea that the killer terrorizing the city was actually to for more information on the hillside stranglers amongst the many sources that we used. We found the hillside stranglers by Darcy O'Brien and serial killers, the method madness of monsters by Peter von Sqi, extremely helpful to our research. 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NPR News: 09-06-2019 12AM ET

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04:59 min | 1 year ago

NPR News: 09-06-2019 12AM ET

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply live from n._p._r. News in washington. I'm shay stevens. Hurricane doreen continues to hammer the carolinas with wind and high and heavy rain. It is situated about thirty five miles southeast of wilmington as n._p._r.'s joel rose report story is threatening low-lying north carolina towns that separate major flooding last year the news river splashes over its banks in new bern north carolina ominous sign for a town that saw major flooding from hurricane florence a few blocks away gene kaufman is out walking his dog during a break in the rain. He says florence damaged a lot of properties here including his house. We had seven feet of water in our street down the road here. We're told us not going to be that bad so we're staying during his expected to bring heavy rain and dangerous storm surges urges to much of eastern north carolina joel rose n._p._r. News newborn hurricane doreen death toll in the northern bahamas has risen again to at least thirty prime prime minister hubert says that number is expected to rise as emergency crews access more areas minutes describes this destruction that dorian caused on hard hit grand and bahama and advocate islands what is best completely destroyed boats are on the land. I it's mind boggling yeah. You never seen before ministers in addition to finding shelter for displaced residents. His government wants to transfer hundreds so students from schools that have been destroyed streudel to less damaged areas federal officials have removed a basketball hoop installed on the mexico side of the border fence citing concerns that it might be used to eight illegal crossings from member station k. j. z. z. murphy would house has more as a part of his golden. That's project new york based artist jeremy jon kaplan installed about thirty goal old died basketball nets across no gala nor in august in collaboration with city officials. He also installed a hoop backboard net on the south side of the border fence. There are ideas to who <hes> reconceptualise and shift the narrative as much as we can to really point out the humanity and the community that exists in both sides now u._s. Report a patrol says it has removed the hoop in coordination with mexican officials. According to a spokesman agency was concerned. 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Episode 242: Craft Brewery (Guest - Naked Brewing Bristol)

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1:15:20 hr | 2 weeks ago

Episode 242: Craft Brewery (Guest - Naked Brewing Bristol)

"Welcome to episode number. Two forty two craft brewery. This is the rotated views. Podcast with jimmy lee and the crew giving you life from various perspectives. Welcome to our level. We hope you enjoyed the views brought to you by the blessed lifestyle brand visit de l. Three s s dot com to get bless also sponsored by the motivation unleashed this motivational mixed your fuel for success available on all platforms. All right you are now tuned into the rotate of us. Podcast i'm your host jimmy nevarez. I'm here with gave goose heck and the crew from naked brewing bristol. In this episode we have the crew from naked brewing bristol. We cover topics that range from small business ownership brewing beer customer service effects of the corona virus and much more. We wrap the episode up with quotes from vincent van gogh and luis robert stevenson guys. If you're new thank you for joining us. Don't forget to download and subscribe. Drop a new episode. Every tuesday morning for your listening pleasure kicking things off guys. Thank you for joining us. Your sorry for the Painful technical difficulties here. we're We're not used to that but our yes no fair. No but everyone's here Good spirit so we appreciate and we also have hannah goose joining us via zoom. So and we're here on site so for those of us do not know who guys are and what you do. Let us know jim One of the founders and owners neighboring stored in twenty ten. so i'm sean. I'm co owner. I run things us all right. So let's jump right in right. So how did it. Actually all get started where you guys. Just crafting your own bruise. How did it even begin or had the idea come about. I'm not shared our our inspirational story. About how the podcast got started How did you guys get started. Same idea i mean. I started homebrew and basically adult school now about like when sierra nevada and act or steam don't fish and stuff like that came around. Couldn't really afford that kind of beer back then so i decided you know. Let me let me get my hand at it and try in the backyard and kind of sparked it and on and off had been doing that. Pretty much since Nine hundred ninety about twenty ten decided to act a little before two thousand eight side. you know. join a homebrew claude. The aliens humil- and started up with my with brian at the time and started brewing in his garage and feature ville and Started the company. Twenty i guess license on april fools day at twenty to nine in the mail. And it's been it's been it's been from that point on. Yeah so within within within about six months moved to our car production facility location. Or i spot which is in huntington valley. We have a taproom there as well too but we started off on equipment that we built ourselves. You know fifty five gallon stainless steel drums electric double the capacity had one hundred ten gallon. Fermenters back. then you know over the years is the rules have changed and they let us open up a taproom and increased production facility and toll we You know worked away into this point and you know now we have hannah crushing it. You know on the brew house and and just making some really tasty beers and you know spent our time decide to open up another spot right before covid hit and we were set to open march twentieth of last year. They closed everything down the sixteenth. So you right now over. Three of us are basically pushing for it and and you know. Our things are the same as always make the best best quality product. You possibly can serve the best way you know how to things you can control the most and you know just your true yourself so so how did you come up with the name once you figure it out. I'm like yeah. I'm gonna do this myself going to figure out everything else but the name obviously getting established you're aliens alien home from them or more of just learning experience. I mean the experience. The homebrew communities absolutely spectacular. I mean some of the best beers you probably have. Guys are just doing it for decades. Just really wanted to stay at that level but i mean homebrew club's birds. I mean the shabby us free. Well free will broken goblet. I mean it's just it's such a great community of of people. Yeah it's it's kind of like let's see we can make and just give our hands and give it a try and want to put it out there. It's just it's it's such. It's changed so dramatically over the last decade or so. It's been it's been awesome. I mean so so so when you came up how did you decide the name. So the name itself so when we started we were using water and composting grains. and all. we're like oh it's a really natural way to bro. Yeah we're a little more tongue in cheek and the about it through kind of more fun way to say the word natural so so nick. It's a fun way to say agile. I also refers to the way We're not there's no real ego involvement where we w we. We do the best job we can. But it's it's there's no pretentiousness. We'll try to just making the bass beer. We know how to and we're going to show you the best way house. So it's very three natural way of going and everything so so i'll start with you girl so then hanan sean start sean i then. How did you guys come on board. And how did that opennow. Brian was my neighbor actually and they needed a bartender. So i used to run a bar back in my twenty s like a trucker. And i was like i can sling beer. That's easy. I needed some extra money. So i got involved and i just started bartending and then i've always considered myself a beer snob. Sure so i. I really enjoyed the beers that was slinging over naked brewing. And i got more involved in the process and i wanted to learn more about the production side of things so the actual making of the beer and we decided to buy in as an ownership but six years ago. I don't know time is so weird right now So we bought into it. And that's how i got involved and then and then. I ended up actually leaving naked for a short time. I went to another brewery and did production there for them. I did events. And then i got into the really got into the production side. I learned a lot and were some fantastic. Brewers and that's how met hannah's well being involved in pink boots society. Which is women brewing. Okay so that's actually how i met. Hanan had been friends for probably five years right and just hit it off and became friends and confidants and always always enjoyed her and she's a kick ass person anyway and actually i love cova brought so much negative but i keep saying this like one of the best. The positive is that we got hannah like there is definitely that yang-yang and that was a positive cove it that came out and i think our beers so much now than it ever was. She's very. She's very critical of herself. Over thinks but we laugh. I know i know. I'm very aware i mean i love to twenty twenty was such a difficult time for seventy people that not. It was for us as well. But i just i feel like we've had this conversation to it's state so true to ourselves and really have done. What the core of the three of us believe in what we're doing so i felt like it almost distilled down everything about. What are we really. What what are we really about. What do we really wanna deal. And i feel like we had the opportunity to kind of go. Okay here's what we're going to do because why not. It's twenty twenty. Nobody knows what's going to happen if this so let's just do what we really want to do. And i. i don't know so. Many breweries are the big word is pivot and the whole thing with food where they were making. You serve foods burris. Let's start a kitchen and we talked about it. What are we gonna do with some of the money that we dig it from the loans to help us get through and we decided just to put our money into the product and having a higher quality product. And hannah's been a huge part of that and taken us in different directions and the packaging the packaging. Yeah we've never can before. I mean she that was even part of the deal when we brought her on. I think we decided to do that. Two or three weeks into all of the sudden. I'm like oh we're going to can different making about. It was part of my grandfather. When i started there thinking that it will happen. I didn't gonna walk in on a monday morning. Jonah's dismay and where we're going to start tanning now. Oh okay yeah tusk. Things are rehearsed in my head. All the reasoning. Why we should be moving in this direction. Take that plea anymore. Yay we always seem to say we agree with what we wanna do. We just go okay. This is what we're gonna do and we figure out a way to make it happen. Yeah it's really. There's not nothing now. we can't do that. Yeah no no. How do we make that happen as. Yeah yes so. There seems to be obviously a great connection between you three so He handed explain your perspective on getting started and enjoying the crew here. So i've been very professionally in two thousand fifteen That i've been in the industry in two thousand thirteen so as a longtime home brewer yeah Twenty two zero weird year from leaper rationally And personally I live actually out of medical to the first half of two thousand twenty so Well i was able to come back and through again The opportunity presented to me to join the team. And i i jumped at Yeah sean said you know she can haven for three years when Genova friends to just didn't we didn't we didn't know each other as well But shannon i knew each other pretty well that was it was kind of a. I don't wanna say winner by the way my cat is failing to her. Yeah i don't know. Can you go away. Please capture your birthday cat very now. You're paying me down. Why why are you not want animals another animal. My dog is in my bedroom right now. Anyway yeah then when china Approach me about. Joe biden It i was super super so that was as Favor said i'm very self critical. Full self out And questions like. Can i do this and my ready to do this This is a pretty big undertaking As it turns out you don't forget things as easily as you think that she knew And what they're given the opportunity to spread your wings he'll It's it's been pretty unreal. Be amount of growth. But i think i've had In the the nine months that i've been there and honestly. I think a lot of that growth happened within the first three months I walked into a house that Because of covid hadn't been rude. And in i don't know two or three months at that point probably so walking into a cold brew house Was interesting interview. They didn't know Never brewed on it before. Whilst that's not true. I did not just one time But yeah so it was. It was kind of Intimidating but also you really really empowering When i did that. I real You know hit the numbers that i was looking for and Yeah it's been. It's been pretty trippy ride And and i'm really proud of what we're doing as a team The this work really well together It's open lines of communication From an outsider's perspective. Because obviously i wasn't part of the brewery prior to kill there but it feels like twenty twenty in the pandemic almost allowed for this like the emergence reinvention It kind of came together as a package deal in a sense That you know things hadn't been opened for several months so all of a sudden now negatives to guarantee with new beers a newborn or Within two months of me starring we released their first that i can so It's been i think to a whole lot of new things for all of us involved And we're figuring it out as we go You know all of us have skill whippet. Were really good at and then we're really good at the dot had a blood those Which i think is hugely important when especially when you're part of a release maltese have to be good at so many different things Great are they saying. And so trusting those around you to fill in that. There is a year less fish and i guess You know that's something that trust And i don't know. That could be tough. But i think we've made it work really well so to to to jump in. How did you guys go from. I believe huntington valley to bristol. Obviously pre pandemic had no idea anything's going to happen. What was that decision making like and been you know how that process go. We were looking for us. Second taproom location so then different areas on bristles just up in common. I mean you just got in that huge thing on tv. Yeah yeah actually that about small town in american revolution. Yes so that there was that and then You matt how joe we were. We reporting at bolton mansion nights. Three hundred he was across the way from us. Our is lot wonderful bold tattooed man. would you have lobbied. I realized that upstairs and he he just raised eyebrow. It's exactly does flavored beers. I had a couple of different properties. We're looking to buy some on hill street in fact and then it was. This one didn't work out the way too much work and then was like look downstairs so he came down and looked at it. He's got a look at this place. Got to see this. And i walked in with you and it's just. This is where this is going to go. This is where this is going to be the stage. And i'm very visual when i walked spacing. I this is how. I want to look the same way. Division and joe only asked was a glass door. Nice nice touch but the minute you walk in here. I mean you guys now. There's a there's a five to this yes. This positive energy is fantastic. I love it from the outside. I was walking closer from outside the energies. Yes it's already. Seems an walking meeting. You guys i it. It has that awesome characteristic of common in almost from the forest and into the beginning of the opening of the cave mouth. And then you get in its deeper and just more. It's just very much like the feeling of catacombs and and yeah like a a beer or wine cellar. Well what's your seller shuts schmidt spear or slides. I can't get used to store cold-storage themselves that's what has the original cold box. It was a coal box. We have to check that out so then and then that relationship. Obviously with joe bill And then you guys started building away consuming and then yeah the original yet. We spent geez. It's been couple years now. You have a year before we open a little more than a year and the original opening day was supposed to be last march so we were on the. What's the name is for We're to one of the stops on that. Which would have been the beginning of march of last year and then it was like things i ride as on that. And then you now. Yes so apocalypse happened. We put everything on the sleep at that point. I mean i know. That's on your agenda. No no no. It's fine so let's talk about that. Because a lot of people see like the great brew that you guys have and the atmosphere but the small business aspect of it was a lot of people just are not aware is happening behind the scenes. It could be you know all the challenges that you face on a typical basis let alone a pandemic that no one knows gonna basically drop kick us all walk us through that experience a conversations maybe the tough conversations yet have maybe even with each other In the beginning. I mean we all honestly believed. It was only going to be two weeks. I think that's a comment that we you know we. We laid everybody off. Yeah we're we're I mean here's the thing with us. We we are. Everything is about family for us. Yeah you have to do something for your family for yourselves. It's whatever you need you know. Everything comes first. We have a couple of people. Were college school comes i. It's very where the parents that way. But yeah yeah just hit and it was kind of like arbor. At the time he His wife is pregnant. they're getting ready to have a baby beginning of april. And everybody you know nobody knew it to you know we look at each other and you would get this. You know so. We made everybody off because we kind of knew it wasn't going to be two weeks. We felt it was going to be longer three beers and production at the time so we kind of put everything to sleep. A little bit and went. I mean closes business for three weeks voluntarily or the governor even told people that they had to shut down. We voluntarily did it. That sunday we weren't there was other breweries that did as well And then it was just like so what what can we do now like. Are we allowed to open a not like the government didn't even know we had no guidance. Then the whole hand sanitizer about outside and we wanted to to a lot of local breweries. Were making what we call sugar wash. And then you would take it to a distillery and they still into hand sanitizer. Coaching and a lot of local breweries did that. Rehana and not a lot but a couple of joint but the funny thing is with our government the different departments. Don't talk to each other. So it was you had you had us. Yeah you had federal guidance that you had to certain way so all of these places to return in all this basically sugar wash and then they went well. You didn't go through. The proper process. So was government. Agency is sending out recipes on how to make it and then another agency saying well. You can't do that because you're not a pharmaceutical company. Show crazy. it was crazy and then whatever we we've tried so hard and we don't like nobody. I don't know it was crazy. It was so much red tape in hindsight it probably it was because you look at the happened. yeah waved. At least they were gonna make all these people pay these dues and these taxes for farmers suitable instead of interstellar ridiculous. Yeah but on the plus again. Here's what's so great about this community here is all these these breweries and distilleries. That went. What can we do to help like emory johnson. No problem we can distill. Let me because we have friends in distilleries no problem. What do you want us to deal when people we were mobilized. Let's do something and like back to your point. It's like we were. They're ready to do it. We could make it. These guys are doing this so it was a very bizarre time. So so what was what do you think the biggest lesson there was I mean outside of you know the hand wash stuff. But just what have you learned out of twenty twenty as jesus because hannah you spoke about how much you grew personally And then guys did start canning right. There's some positives i mean. Pivot was the big word. You're always pivot and you can't take anything for granted sure that you felt was normal. I mean it changes to it. Still changes daily. It's exhausting. it's been the hardest year of my life. I i mean we both have families to their home like homes home school and three children will too and i'm trying to run a business. Nobody wants to work because they're making too much money on employment. It's so hard i mean. I wish i could find where people bartenders. You can't make too much money. It's almost hard to open up to a certain percentage because she basically bartends here almost every night and then we're open at the other spot but it's getting better now. But i don't know it's hard to look at because i think what we got out of it and these trials that we went through like i love where we're at right now to me. This is the boiled down version of what i always hoped. This company could be yet with the right. So i'm like it was worth going through every bit of that and more to get to kind of where we're at right now like i said i you know i'm completely piece an art. Yeah it's hard. I mean there's a lot of work in yet but the thing that's funny like when this sarcoma is like everybody was so we always like the first two weeks. Everybody was like completely on board retailers like the public general and then it went downhill from there like soon as you ought like people forgot how to people. That's what i keep saying. He just forgot how the people to used to be behind their keyboards. Yeah but can go out and they get you know. I don't know this isn't quite right or come over and them to serve you a beer naked. Everything whole supply chain. It affected your ingredients. I mean everything. Crisis gone up cans. Like that's a huge thing. Was this year for us was handed your smart little. It's affected everything and being a small business. People don't realize is it cost us more for everything because we can't by in large quantities. The smaller you are the more expensive your products are going to be because it's more expensive for the ingredients and we knew that going into this and we said well. Let's us by the best ingredients that we can. Ya and as far as a positive coming out of this i think is as far having hannah but also having a better quality product. We said listen. We have to do what we have to do to survive. And we're not going to do it by to sing to sing hot cheese sticks in a microwave to serve the rest of. I want to make a grows so you come in and buy crappy bites beer beer and in. You're serving bagel blades. We're gonna make great beer. And here's an uncrossable. Just don't need it. So i mean that was like the challenge. You said about the stuff like that and you know fairly logical people you know what what is me giving you an on crosstalk do in the grand scheme of a of a virus situation so it was. We went okay. That's really want though she'll yeah string and people along just something. New changes daily. I think what they were looking back. I think what they could get what they were trying to accomplish with toys. Limit the amount of time that people are spending but still allowing a partially open spot. Shorts would have been like. Hey come on in. You got an hour regarding our hampton. Leave to me like offering food would lend you to stay longer so it just seemed antithetical to but whenever a former watch you if you needed step back and have your popcorn and this is the craziest i've ever seen in my life. But hey it's to simulate it's got a fellowship but it's also caused the pennsylvania change a lot of their liquor laws too so now i we can ship within state if we want and we were never allowed to do that. Before in-state we can all be dot cocktail delivery takeout cocktails. I mean literally. We are other place. We weren't allowed to be inside and we're not licensed. It had to be considered takeout so in order for it to be takeout eyelids so we would serve piney with a lead with a sticker over the straw. It passed a cop. i mean. we're spending more money. But we had to spend more money in order to do this and we'd have eighty people out in the parking lot because they would bring their own chairs like it was just the craziest thing like inside unless using the bathroom. Meanwhile it's a party all summer outside are happy to be out there socially just a big parking lot. We're allowed to do that. Then code right right right but not now 'cause nocco you know that's just like you guys don't make any sense. It's very strange so are so. Explain the canning thing. Because that's what i feel like Is a big step. Explain your experience. Ds still think it's pursuing your with lee people like people like pretty kant's that beer in cans. He saw the candies succumb by taste the beer just because it was appealing. We'll take him your product tax level Honestly it's In you know twenty twenty twenty twenty miles and fear seeing beer world. Expect there to be candidate. -able it's just that's that's just a language of craft beer And they want to be able to not only have the cancer themselves they want to be able to take it and share it with their friends or ship it to their from Or trade it or split four packs with other people and or take it to a beer shared some sort which you know. Obviously there's a little bit harder during the pandemic especially don't of it but You know that's that's the currency across the earth can yeah and and it's it's marketing and advertising and And that was something that i think the three of us were pretty adamant about. Is that our our labels have some level of consistency to them. We all had the same template. Same format avery that was a large packaging. Buri and i did some of the marketing david design and There's like i did come with a little bit of that experience and Opinion on on some of that So one of the things that i thought was really important is having brand recognition and you you build that having a consistent Aesthetic something that people can see on a shelf even if they can't read. What type of beard is they just recognize. Oh that's a naked beer So when you look at the label art and there's their format like you see you see that on a shelf like even need to see what type of beer that i know that. In a sham he did not Like victory and dolphins had things like that So i think just getting that put down in that format down those Really important and then beyond by you get to have that creative freedom to really designed that label because my My brother-in-law's into the whole scene and it's funny because there's even companies that he has no idea. I've never heard of him but he wants to try it. We're all number one. It's an ip knows what he's what he's somewhat getting but because of the legal this branding. Hannah's talking about is as simple as it caught my eyes. I don't know. I don't know if you've done are labels we have. I i love are labels. We have to artists. That work for us but primarily our primate primary. Can art artist is An eighteen year old young woman. She's my daughter's best friend. And she's freshman moore college of art so a lot of a lot of the art work. She does free hands some of this stuff. She does do digitally like the covid series and all is ours but like we have one called puffed toast were she actually did the artwork Ahead knows good. Yes good isn't it. Yes she killed it on that one. It's really good beer. That might be my favorite beer. That i'd done for action editor choked on my by the way what's on one side. I got really excited and so hand. Let's let's talk about that right. So what makes a good a good beer brew. Well everybody is going to be different So what. Your definition of good is compared to somebody else's It's very much a matter of personal opinion For me when i'm designing beers am very very very intentional. From start to finish that recipe design. I know lion putting them all in it. I am i know. Why are you hop today. i know why i'm doing the mash temperature. What i am or how long to boil it for Everything has a reason Beyond that something that. I own horn here. But something that i i guess. I always thought that. A lot of brewers Carry this skill for lack of better terms but I'm owning it not as common as i thought to need just comes secondhand and that's Creating beers that are very complex and layered and they're not just one dimensional I will that you that you will never drink a beer. That i have done. That is one dimensional like that will never be a description. Easier i that's hard for me to explain to somebody else. i think there's two camps of burs. There's a very technical brewers people tend to be Your engineers he mathematician walking right eye goals. Everything is yesterday And then you have the camper campers that are more of your intuitive brewers Burs are very technical. A+ be gets me to see so on and so forth and your intuitive brewers go. Okay well i have a an email and that gets me to j i guess and but they can figure out how to get there and there's if i wouldn't say that one is more important or more right than the other I saw into the intuitive brewer side. do have act background as well but I tend to fall more into that into side Trying to explain how. I create complex beers. That's hard for me to do. Because it's just something that i that i do. I guess But confident what. Your question was to be honest. I mean honestly. What's your favorite color because it's good to piggyback on what you're just saying also basically coming up with you know your your recipe so to speak. It's like having a baby because then you have to name this precious thing. So let's talk about the names right. How do you guys come up with names at is that how does that all work. 'cause there's some there's some creative things up there she's created one. The cowboys are funny. That was the best one when i came on board. I was told that i could change any recipe. I could get rid of any recipe. I could keep any recipe that i wanted The only beer that i had to continue to really make sure with on tap what was that. Yes it's always. it's always been from. The very beginning was creating an environment. I if if the brewers i mean the beginning it was it was me bro. And right and then we brought it on the series of different headboard because i work fulltime. You know i'm going to grow up but you're not creating an environment for your brewers in your staff and everybody did enjoy. What they're doing and feel creatively. You know satisfied. Yes appoint again. It goes back to. It's not about me all monday. Could it's not about me. What can i do to facilitate everybody organization in and outside of that to grow and utilize it and go from there. Just this guilt that that come to that person this that they already possessed right. So i think that's the sign of a really good and healthy working environment and also A management structure that allowed those underneath of them to spread their wings and capitalizes on on their strengths And so they're trying to make somebody fit into a box you know jim and sean kind of said listen. This entire is the box. You just need to be able to figure out how you want to use it And and yeah. It's it's really really cool I'm super thankful To where i did but Yeah so i. I was really given so much creative freedom And again it goes back to that. Trust right like they. They hired me for a reason but they also trusted me. And i'm not one to fail or let people down so Liberty will ever be as critical or hard on me as i am on myself But the one beer that I was told that. I had to make sure stated production but i could tweak the recipe with premium which act. You know my favorite styles so that was like a guy go to cranial heaven So that was a duh. Yeah of course. I started problem to keep producing crew mail. I did tweak the recipe And i i made it the hannoverschen But that was the one that i had to keep So everything else existed prior to me Several reasons why. A lot of those years One is. I didn't actually have full recipes. Really hard to recreate a beer. That you don't have a whole recipe for Just doesn't it doesn't set up the right expectations for the customer either If somebody had a beer beer acts and they come in to order it again and made by me. Who didn't have a full complete recipe Beer ex- is not gonna taste like beer ex- right and so about doesn't set anybody up for success so faithfully You know they were super cool and said that Ours name good up on my soapbox for just one moment Being a woman in a male dominated industry obviously a lot of challenges I spend a lotta time actually during the week. doing diversity equity inclusion work. I'm on several different committees One of which is an international committee so A lot of my focus within the industry is how do we make it more inclusive. Nobody used the platform for that is really cool Having sean and jim supports to make beer more inclusive and have it start within. You know our own four walls His been really really cool. And there are things that subtle or lots Can help guide somebody to feeling include or not feeling included and named after a big part of that Though a lot of the names that we have chosen come up with our genderless The pretty much talk about something neutral or Talking about something that is empowering and of sends the message though. Jim can. I talk about the gentleman Their ways a beer called the gentleman That had been in production for several years and it was a rush periods doubt aged in bourbon. Barrels were That some sort very apple brandy an apple brandy. I'm denying okay. Usual name came from an episode of how i met your mother. That's it was. It was a pop culture about But i i wanna do to keep that beer in the portfolio but again put my on it and this is for this past year. We aged bourbon barrels but I is it okay. If we change the name. And it's good conversation i think In in the evening. About how. I understand the pop culture reference to that but to a new customer Back could potentially a barrier to entry. That could potentially be something that prevents them from trying that here because it has a connotation to it that i'd be construed differently than how we intend but Perception and attention or two very different things And so you know trying to make sure that the perception is something that is inclusive That's super important to all of us. and then. I do a lot of the things that involve the naming. I guess know we all right it by everybody. Obviously it you know. There's been plenty of names that i've tossed out there. That have gotten vetoed so but yes different things like means and liberal art What we changed it to. Oh hello starshine. Karen chase it. We take the whole thirty nine So again like very. it's just happy Tried to feel sad when you hear the words hello and search time and then we have the cat though we have the cat right. that's So artists she was going through your portfolio and she did a tattoo for somebody who a clown and it the drawing. I wish i had one here after show And she goes. That would be a great can and we're like but what would we call the beer clown cat so she came up with a recipe. A double dry hops has the same mock bill. There's no actors no fruit in it. She changed the hops so he. It's a hazy. Ip so we had cloud cut and then we went to cramps. Kaffa christmas campus. Where we're going to do cramp last but we have we. We have a group of elite so then we did cramps cat. So then all of a sudden now. It's a series an unintentional series. And then we've done caterpillar birthday cat. The next one is called fleetwood cat. Would she dressed up as stevie nicks and played rumors. The she changes the hawks every time. And it's always a different beer. But we have a feral cat colony at the main location. That hannah has named all pac being fair cats because and they're not farrowing more but they're fairly please they all look like the characters but we're not even cat blow yuba cap but we're not even really people that's the funny thing dog out. Okay yes people. But we have this cat's here but it's just it makes me laugh the net and one after this is going to be without the next one's akina cuny especially hairless wrinkled cattail everyday. It makes me laugh. We're makes me laugh every time i think about it. Yeah i mean like the laser cats every while about six weeks now. Change your beers Well yeah well. The cat series. I think we'll probably fortified week right. I think that's that period says really well Now it's starting to catch. I thought it is a serious. And so i won't go back to. I think question the asked before and it had patched on a firm me creating beers that are part of a series Put it out like work. Smarter not harder But also it's increasing your brand recognition right so if somebody that is new to Napier's fees a cat beer And has previously hot warm even if they're not sure what this new one is if they're you know what that previous cat beer so i'm going to take a chance on it and i'm going to buy That's just smart. Because not only does it make it easier for our front house stuff But it's almost like you've raised your sale potential by twenty five percent off at just by having something within that series So have a number of years. That i'm trying to incorporate into series with out being so in your face at the series but you kind of catch on. Have you guys in going to alluding to what you're saying with the theme. Has anyone approached you all with a request for something. All the time making the pomegranate or just the request me they everybody sees way for. Would you realize that when we make a beer. It's at least ten barrels which is twenty half cakes like we can't make just a couple of and you have all the time people back. Here's here's what. I appreciate so much to. It had it like besides the the quality and the great recipes and she's also very conscious conscious about the efficiency of it. Like how do we best utilize our role ingredients as well as our equipment and maxima. So we again. We turned out a lot of different beers even at max production to maximize everything. That's being produces great kettle sours. Yeah it's yeah it's extreme. I don't think there's probably more labor intensive brewery around maybe not definitely not the quality that we're doing but but it's okay like again. It's that's what matters you get this right first and then you fill in the pieces to facilitate keeping that the same way. That's kind of like you. That go back to grow up to the two thousand twenty stripped down to where we wanted to be. We're going to go furnace. we're gonna do. We're comfortable with so so earlier. We talked about the the obviously the location. Obviously the atmosphere But going along with the you know the beer that you serve is kind of the that you wanna have or you're shooting for in here right so you guys want to talk a little bit about some of the music that you guys play have artists. Come out and play for you. All kind of sets that tone as well helps set the tone or so explain how that came about the little stage. Didn't going really haven't been able to utilize it yet. we have One musician plays on thursdays Local guy dana collins. He's wonderful he comes in and he picks a friend every week that comes and plays with him and he has a small little following that follows him. But it's very local here especially during the week. It's we have a very local crowd. Saturdays i get you get the beer tour. People sure if people you know wanna go around and they do a million flights. It's the people that are buying mackenzie chippenham to this across the currently outside of our time mile radius after. Yeah so you need both eugene. I'm hungry. I'm hungry for people outside that. Turn mile radius eighty. You know that you're right. Why we keep cannon but we do have a very local vibe. We get a lot of foot traffic here to the people that know us. Sure we haven't really put ourselves out there yet because again we're i. I was afraid of all the restrictions and guidelines. like what. If we have the at one point we could only have eleven people inside this taproom including staff. So i would have twelve people and i'd freak out like inside i'm like oh my god. What did they. I was waiting for the. You know the comment and just out of here at ruining their thousand dollar fine thousand dollars you worry about people taking pictures which they do they do people that report you for stupid stuff. The pandemic has definitely brought up out the ugly people too but besides that But the vibe we're trying to do is just like that local. I want people to come in. I want him to sit down on one of them to have a drink. I wanted to be able to talk to each other. I went to music to be loud. I don't wanna club five. There's plenty of those around here. Good happens after ten pm so we're good at close town. It's it's a it's a pub in the sensory. it's a public house. It's taproom papa. People who were were caught the wool coming out during this and and continue to come out crave knows we don't have any. Tv's we'll do. It's about what again. What the pandemic strep through. People being locked in houses most of us. Anyway i mean so is route so work but they crave that interaction. They need it even. It's from six feet away not be able to sit down and have a conversation with somebody over a beer and local spot is this. You can't lose this. This is what humanity's about and the great thing about beer is as always facilitated that. I mean that was an ireland. That's establish a town. I bill church built appalled. Everything went from that point on those most cultures was the same way. You know. it's just that you need a gathering place to be able to share ideas data and do it in a communal way. That's that's to me. That's what. I think are vibrant some. That's who we are very just good people. Yeah no that. Make great beer. It's absolutely right so explain. Some of we talked about a few already. So explain some of the stuff that you have on tap outside of the names the head. I don't know if you wanna get into a explain. Exactly what they are though right because some of the names. Thank frank great once. Thank frank frank is an actual person. Y- frank is a retired steam. Fetter that used to work with. Jim and jim's mark all the time and things break all the time. Mondays usually usually only again and i would get taxed on monday at like eight six. Am what. I'm hearing a match. Of course it did breakers but we would call. Frank and frank comes in and fix stuff and he's a wonderful wonderful person and she was like i need to make. This is a core beer by the way. This is the beer. we always have one. She's like i wanna make a nice west coast. Ip nice clean crisp. and we're like what are we going to call it and it was actually hands idea. I think with fine. We're like we're gonna call frank and then we were all talking to the office one night. I think we had a couple of beers. And then she goes home and in the middle of the nice tax us. Thank frank thank thank you god. He loves it. He loves his friends. All common by cutting got a green hat. Four twenty four. That's our local number. Yes which everybody thinks. The twenty acts your local number two great soap actually drill I right so does this ranch on it. But it's like this really cool line art but when i do it. It looks callard. I'm sure you still like it and and actually So cute story about frank. He's just he's a good man The most recent batch of thank frank. When i had it in the bright tank and it was carbon. Frank came in one day. I forget what he was fixing some going He went over to the tank. O happy here. Yeah that's your beard of any hug. The tank coast thinking. She's thinking big tall. You i mean so. We've just like i thought you tank But that but there's another beer that i actually have plans to sort of turn into a series With other creations of it. And i'm kinda thinking he just from other books but like nobody's ability original anymore aren't felt like i'm stealing trade secrets or anything but you know you signed a flagship beers sean. So this is a five ship for us You find the flagship. Your and then he will. What else can i do with it because people already kinda have that brennan recognition again. They they know it's going to be an easy drinking west coast ipa's and has good character And then he built off of that So i've i plan for that plan. Fulbe what's funny with especially with the three of us. Were like crazy milkshake beers but in the end it was usually. What's your you know cream ale. We do a bitter. You know i'm gonna go right. Like our loggers. We like our dinners are irish like just just solidly made. Yeah west coast. I've got just beers for for us. You go into a place you like. Give me like oh. Let me try that because if you're doing that right i'm pretty sure your imperial stout and did the shooting is good mean so but you can dress it up with all kinds some a lot of places. Have you know dressing up all kinds of different ways. And that's cool but you gotta have you gotta have these good solid base beers in you have to so buck naked was named because we're in bucks county and we're off a buck road. I'm getting back to this question. Pardon glass is because it's bad that was. It's an irish song. It's based off of finnegans. Wake really tim finnegan out with a bottle. Whisky bottle poorer so you have to. My dad passed. I decided to create a beer for him. And that's kind of where it went. You know again. It is this version which is awesome. It's pay homage to the beers we've kept in as far as naming wise but of tweaked and make them better. Your version is was bur- marriage exceptional face beers smoked porter so and puffed toasted is actually the same base fear as parting glass. So because i had that smoky quality to it she was like. What am i going to do this year. When we split. That was really hard for you. It was hard like you're like. I don't know what i'm gonna do with this. And then she came up with us and of course. I'm sure because we were all puffing tax coast. Ed we're like the name is spectacular and this is why the name is like That's an interesting you see the late. The artwork is just absolutely gorgeous. And you're like okay. I wasn't what i was thinking. But it's just like the naked thing is we've always had this double entendre tongue in cheek kind of thing so it's kind of like you create is so now in your head before when you first hear the name or you look at it. And that's that's what's so engaging as well so i i think it's something and it goes right into the pandemic questions Window a lot of beer consumers. I think are not hundred percent aware of earn. They should have because technically consumer should be able to enjoy and not be weighed down with it goes into it. i At the same time. I think a lot of consumers are very very unaware of all of the things that were especially small breweries that had to do in order to stay afloat during the pandemic Things like split in a batch of beer in. So i'm already brewing. Half the capacity of what my mentors can hold and then stood in that again And trying to figure all of the logistics out of how to make that work. And i have one these beer. And what do i do with the other. Half of it There were a lot of challenges that going to that it is jabal the amount of work For half the amount of beer got if what needs to happen And you know we're all born with that concept but Yeah it there's a lot of challenges con into. I'm trying to figure trying to out. And yes sean said you know figuring out what to do with the other half of the smoke quarter This is a conversation that started months before. That beer ever came out 'cause i try to build our production schedule quarterly. But honestly i haven't done through september so And i've had it done february well Most of these have sort of been in process in my mind of how. I'm going to make it work And puffing toasted and party loss were part of that We could of planning for that. Oh gosh because they october. Maybe october november. I don't know if it was definitely months before it came out So trying to figure out how to make that work to puerto. I love smith beer. I would drink a campfire. Could make this as you're happy girl. Most people don't smoke. There's so you know what i like. Moreland a spokesman here though is money and making so hard to figure out how to make that smoked porter into something that it will be profitable and consumer always especially now. They get bored so easily. You always have to come up with but it was like that was so great we sold out of it. Why don't you make it again because you wanna come back and buy it because you went. What's new always. Have austin the amazon mentality. it's it's what's what can i get immediately right now. What's new. I wanted right now. And that's not how brewing works but we do our best deal overweight. How and if if we don't have something new there's fifteen other breweries within a ten mile radius of that. Have i mean between called those one hundred and fifty options. Yeah you know. That's that's something drastically changed over the last ten years. You sure a handful of us and then but yeah. Which i think is a great thing. I'm not i love it. I mean it's it's plus it keeps you on your toes. Listen that's a reality. You're not making great product. You know you'd better make good april's got the so so we'll get into any partying words. I wanted to own a go through. Go around the horn here jim. We'll start with you. Ideally where we're going to see you guys in the next two three years. And then sean hanna or three years. I don't plan i don't plan to as i. I love where we're at. I would like to take this and obviously a little more revenue. It'd be nice. You know what i mean just so we can continue to grow what it is. We're doing But i at at its core. At this moment i honestly couldn't be happier but i would love to love to be able to fill the team in a little bit more people with the same ideals. Mind free us off a little bit more flexibility. Because i think we thrive in an environment three of us whether you have a little bit were not as stressed as far as the to day stuff so we can free us up a little bit on a on every aspect of it. I think we just keep doing what we're doing. Because i think we're making what we wanna make. Just wanna do it a little differently you know keep it growing and government maybe look at expanding canning on the core beers. Get further out into the ether. with some mobile canning would be nice eventually dressed this area out. The idea down here was to create a sour program which that needs to be built properly again. That was the thing. We decided this year to reset and go now. We're going to do everything we're going to do it. The right way from the ground up and build from that point is not raw traffic. Oh we can make this work so it's just as hard as it is and how many hours we all put it in. It's honestly couldn't be prouder and happier with. I sleep well with. I mean i know we're doing the best. We can be nice. Just knock it or bulls kicked and every once in a while neighbors about music instead. It's the people who either don't have to be board with it. Just get down the way though. Yeah seriously know. i don't wanna hear about it. You don't i'm not making. Nobody's dragging your house to come down here yet. So that's all key making great beer for everybody so i love it Sean our jeez. The fall you can also say ditto Well expand. I would like to grow in bristol. I see the potential here in bristol. It's a lovely community For the most part up all the the rotten eggs which we talked about earlier But people do want to come here and in order to bring people here this town you have to have restaurants and bars. They're not coming for the antique shops. They're not maybe their common for bar and that brings people into the shops then then that brings like and community needs to get on board with that especially the older community. That's in here and there is a new distillery. Going to a dad's hats opened up the tasting them across was company. Oh yeah it's here. Yeah the the people in power decided. It's okay it's going through sony. It's it's a prude. Yeah it's just that there's people with have to go. Well you live in downtown area. You moved to the downtown area. You're not in the suburbs. It's like me would move into the sitting on. Just you know. I like it here. I didn't know it. Was this many people right. I mean it's that that that makes me insane. That's okay it's okay to hire more people to work the taproom so that i can be back in production and do what i like hannah. I like being back there in are doing our thing and make a beer. I miss that. And this is what i know. I missed having the answer and not working by myself retardation as off with my family. It's that but yeah when expand that he's going to be successful when people will be happy. I don't wanna be rich. You never trust me. You're not gonna be riccione owning into very ever people people think because you're in a small business. I'm sure you knew that they all think you're running in money. You're not neil understandably. It's your money that's running the business. Yeah there's there's you know what there's there's nothing like walking out of the back or common in here we're open and just seeing the concentration wingers the product. Yeah it's it's the whole reason for doing it otherwise we'd still be grown in our garage. I mean there is nothing. That's what i feed off. This is hard as a week by bego. Wow you might get this awesome commoner or people were extremely. Oh my god. You're one of the again. It's not a big but they love that caning on a saturday. I love calmed down with a beer. Them just can't. It's not released yet came for his birthday. Oh it's your birthday. They can't birthday cat. happy like that. Kinda stuff being able to do that. It's just such a unique experience and again you there to get to talk to her. It's it's everything they have in mind about. Oh i'm coming to a local brewery so we get to do all that and still a decent size volume to. It's it's kind of the best of all worlds that way. I mean there's other things we could do to make things better. But it's just i don't know i do it down here though. I d love bristol. The people we got some help. Now we're starting to your up to bat. No i loved me Propagator don't think i can. I can catch them right now. I can touch. Those are sunday Now i was on to fans of the production team to be able to Have their mobile consistency of production. Which has been so hard. It's not our fault that there isn't consistency with production. It is just in the state of the world and when the governor decides shut you down for three weeks december like what do you do Getting some semblance of normalcy doc Into the world. I think will create building consistency and then from there hopefully on the production team and Hopefully sean we'll be able to return to production someday I would love in the next two to three years to have our own cheonan line but as Less arduous requires Less labor than what we have Because i think the three of us have so many great ideas and plans. And i know i is. My brain is filled with beer ideas. and our our bottleneck is packaging. And that is a pivot that we we had to make And i'm glad that we need it and we're doing what we can with what we have you know. We're working within the confines of of what we have We're making it work because they have to think you want to but because we have to and So you know my my brain is always scheming going all right. So who wants to be a fair godmother but yeah. I mean honestly just continuing to to do what. We're doing i. I know that we're making good beer. I'm just me is You know from start to finish for other people involved besides just me I know that we're doing and making good beer We just need arrested. The the deer community to recognize This new motto that we have. I guess you know that requires time and we've made some really good strides in you and getting Recognition i guess Speaking i'm not done stake. I'm far from done I'm going to keep pushing. Yeah so. I don't know two or three years from now. What's this all hope that we're still employed in the world isn't burning folks who are trying to get in contact with your reach outs. Compare you all visit. Where can they come. How can they reach you. Social media facebook. Instagram come see as bristol. Definitely come see us oppressed. We're going to be broken thursday through sunday. We're going to start opening up tuesday wednesdays as well we've new bartender coming in a local woman So that'll be nice. And then our our main taproom. We're open their thursday. Fridays and saturdays won't tap tap and a couple of local spots but primarily everything. Everything's been tampered with taps which is great. This is again. You have complete control over over the level of experience you know we. We're we're we know what our top lines look like. We know where to clean. We know how we're serving it. We know that our bartenders doing understand what they're explaining. What's it leaves your your house. You don't know what happened to so it's always like ours and we. Yeah so you're always gonna get a better experience or opinion mean in two spots so yeah definitely cool. Oh i was looking at. They keep supporting local Support to support local And you know it's yes the financial support a purchasing something is obviously But there's so many other ways that you can help support local You know you guys are happy to see that so few for helper in impression. Not but yeah you know. Share social media post Good review tell your friends just organic word of mouth You know by a gift card even if it's not for you if you want a beer drinker by gift card as a gift for somebody You know just there's so many different ways that you can help Support local and again. It's not even just speaking about About us but without any local business. Because we're all hurting. You know we ought to everybody. Come out of dose on the other side when we can actually convene at more than fifty percent to raise a victorious paint with her. So yeah that's good name for a beer. Yeah my phone right now as we should collaborate with them victorious. There you go into already give out guys. That's mail stream of consciousness. I i had a very very very dirty mind. I suck like it is the more Like i what. I what. I get skeptical picking. I go I don't know about that. It is not because i'm personally offended. It's because i'm thinking about the general. It's like it's built ford. I get that. I like me just getting oh good. It's out of my head now. I go play with the rest of the crazy ideas over there. Yeah yes pretty much. what it's about. I got it right. The first came into my head was a baby being bored at work. So that's one and that's why it's not going to be thought about a baby deemed. When i've seen naked victoria. Melton think a naked. I think babies. I don't know why maybe it's not right now. But we're gonna have part of it. We'll have bikini cat so yeah. Ironically that was already on written on my production calendar as the kitty cat with a question mark and then we had a team. You lose discuss upcoming nears and figure out the schedule. I mean we're talking about what's the name of one of the cat. And i think it was jim kitty cat and i would like to say it's already written on so that's just it definitely to the three of us go. It's a no brainer. But usually we are all like. We're all pretty in tune with that kind of stuff. If it makes us giggle were like all all right. Naked bruins have linked to wrap things up with quotes in the first one is by robert. Louis stevenson don't judge each day by the harvest. You reap but by the seeds that you plant a second one. By vincent van gogh. I would rather die of passion than of bordeaux craft brewery in this episode. We had the crew from naked brewing bristol. We cover topics range from small business brewing beer customer service effect to the corona virus and much more wrapped episode up with quotes from vincent van gogh and robert louis. Stevenson awesome guys. Thanks again for joining us. Rotated podcast was produced for self felt purposes huge. Shout out to our sponsors. 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February 28, 2019

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

04:16 min | 2 years ago

February 28, 2019

"Good morning. I'm Jake Sherman and welcome to your political playbook audio briefing. Stay tuned after the show for a message from every town for gun safety. And I'm Anna Palmer, we've got some news this morning representatives for Michael Bloomberg are looking at seven World Trade Center and the old New York Times building in Times Square as headquarters if he barks on a twenty twenty campaign, according to sources familiar with the matter the potential campaign, which is already interviewing staffers would consider leasing approximately thirty thousand square feet of office space, according to the sources, Bloomberg will decide and March if you will enter the race spokesman for Bloomberg declined to comment the summit with North Korea has broken down. And Donald Trump is on his way back to Washington to AP's reporting that the Trump Kim summit collapsed as the two sides failed to reach a deal over US sanctions on North Korea. Trumpeted news conference blame North Korea for it system that all sanctions be lifted without the country saying it would eliminate its nuclear arsenal. Trump said talks would continue, but he would. Commit to a third US North Korea summit, so far the two meetings have produced no appreciable results on the ground in Hanoi. The New York Times describes the hectic scene where reporters were frantically looking for an explanation about what happened and Eliana Johnson who was in Hanoi for us has a color piece on how Trump's summits are a smashing success on Sean Hannity's Fox News program. It is also worth noting most news outlets. Did that Kim Jong UN took a question from a foreign journalist a first back stateside spotted Brad par. Scall- Trump's twenty twenty campaign manager yesterday morning on a jet blue flight from DCA to Fort Lauderdale. He was watching the Coen testimony from his seat and listening to it exiting the plane into the terminal yesterday was a huge day. So we wanted to take a moment to take stock of what went down in short Republicans are having a tough time. Getting accustomed to the minority and Democrats are having a tough time getting used to the majority Republicans spent all day yesterday trying to tarnish Michael Cohen as a criminal something he has. Conceded was true. And something view Jay has already proven Republicans were privately saying that they were worried they were scattershot and hadn't landed a big time punch in their one opportunity to go after Cohen Democrats. Meanwhile, got beat again, my House Republicans on the floor losing a procedural vote in another example of the Demler ships inability to strong arm their caucus, Heather gold. John president Hanan Sarah Farris report that Democrats are now weighing a rule change to make it harder for Republicans to spring surprise procedural votes on the majority dared Cibulka, Josh Gerstein in the Nita Kumar have the story on Trump's inner circle sustaining collateral damage in the cone hearing, the do countdown is there any chance. Democrats don't ask Donald Trump junior. Eric Trump of vodka Trump in Alan Weisselberg to testify, and this is a walk back of we've ever seen one Florida. Congressman Matt gates tweeted last night. I personally apologized to Michael Cohen for referencing his private family in the public square, regardless of disagreements family members should be. Off limits from attacks Representative senators and presidents, including myself. Let's leave the Coen family alone. Meanwhile, Heather Caygill, Sarah fares, and Melanie Zona report the Pelosi and top Democrats aren't going to bite on calls for Trump's impeachment. Despite the comb bombshells, they still want to wait for Robert Muller and Burgess Everett and James Arkan. Have the latest on Chuck Schumer's plot to try and get Senate Democrats back in the majority Schumer told them there's going to be a fervor. I think for taking back the Senate this election the way there was taking back the house in the last one subscribed to playbook at politico dot com slash playbook gun violence claims one hundred lives in America each day for too long change has been thwarted by the gun lobby. Politicians who refused to take commonsense steps that will save lives. But this week we brought change to congress. The house voted to stand up to the gun lobby in stand with the millions of moms law enforcement officers teachers. Survivors gun owners students mayors and everyday Americans fighting for change that will save lives. We think the house for passing the bipartisan background checks act and now call on the Senate to act. Learn more at every town dot org.

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The Happy Hour Holiday Gift Guide 2018

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

49:25 min | 2 years ago

The Happy Hour Holiday Gift Guide 2018

"Hi, friends. Welcome to a special edition of happier podcast. You're listening to the show. And it's a Friday. You guys it is actually black Friday, and we have a special show for you today that is all about places that we think you should buy gifts for this holiday season. So this is my favorite show to do. And you're going to know why in a few minutes, but I love to talk about organizations that are doing great things. I love to talk about small businesses. I love to talk about women run businesses. I love to talk about businesses that give back. And so we have a great show for you today. I let me tell you this. You may notice that you heard a new song here and it is a Christmas song because it is officially Christmas season. It's its first day after thanksgiving. So you were just listening to the song from the cradle to the cross by awesome worship. And you can get that anywhere music as found, and you just might want to add that to your Christmas listening this year. Okay. Now on to one of the things that makes this show so much fun is I invited guest with me every year to do this. And my guess is general everybody we have a studio audience today. Amy Hanan Amy welcome to the happy hour. Why? Thanks. I'm like giddy. Like, I don't know if you can like people who are listening are going to be able to tell that I'm talking and smiling because I'm so happy to be here. I'm so happy here. This is your second time here in one year. It is that time to Austin second time to Austin 'Jay for two two for two. I know. So I've invited you to join me because I love you. And you I love you. You're doing phenomenal things in the world. We had so much fun less here on the show, and you're just fun. And so, thanks. I was I hope so I love it Christmas cry have an idea of a small inclination that you love the Christmas season. I actually told same Hanan just this week that when I start to hear jingly commercials on the television. I actually get legitimate butterflies. Like, I literally I feel good cheer. So we heard from the cradle to the cross love it. I just love it. I just love it. Yes. It's a great song. Yeah. I. I love Christmas as well. And the funny thing is that this is going to be a phenomenally long Christmas season at the Ivy house because we're obviously recording this before the data, and we have Christmas attire up everywhere. But it's cold in Austin. It's great. How about that? Oh, I know. We'll all your kids come home for Christmas because your kids. Do I have big kids are all in college or just out of school? And so they're gonna all come home. Do you outings? We do things we don't really put any thing in them. You don't put anything in the stockings wall. Almost didn't even confess that. I like actually almost stopped myself because it sounded not very fun of me. But no, we don't relocate out hang them 'cause they're pretty, but we do just presence. Okay. We'll I'll tell you my kids would maybe rather not have anything in them. Then I give them like new underwear. Brushing stockings like an apple maybe it's not very don't give Apple's not handy or a pack of gum. You know? Just kind of. Okay back. We do gum. Oh, okay. I like in the stockings. That could be next song gum in the stockings that give me a good Christmas and the stocking. I don't know how we're gonna tie Jesus in. But we'll figure out a way figuring out. Okay. So thanks for coming on this show is and I've gotten some great mail in the past few weeks. It was like Christmas every day. And I couldn't wait to go outside. And what was there because all the companies we're gonna talk about today, we actually have their products we've held it worn it, we've taken everything. So all right. So you ready to jump in? I'm writing. Okay. So the first company we're going to talk about a company called able right L E out of Nashville, Tennessee, love their stuff. Did you know about them before this? I did not. And it's the first item I received, and it was thrilling. And you thought this cannot get any better. This could not get any better. But listen to me face in this raspberry colored suede risk slit bag thing with this big beautiful ring on it that goes up over your arm. So just kind of looks like a party or a little fancy, and I just. I loved it. I actually squealed embarrassing. They're saying this is a beautiful ideal. Risley beautiful, isn't it? Yeah. So one thing that's what able is a lifestyle brand on a mission to end generational poverty by providing economic opportunity for women. I can get behind that donate all day long all day live actually been to their storefront and Nashville Tennessee, and we have some necklaces, and we'll talk about later. Yeah. That they say Jesus better on them. And I've been there, and I've seen the women making the jewelry that so neat. It's so neat because all of the women that they had making the jewelry have come out of heart places. So they're getting their feet back under them and able is providing jobs for them. It's really really cool. Yeah. There is beautiful and it smells good weather is leather. Okay. So able is giving us a coupon code which is great use the code happy hour you're gonna get thirty percent off through cyber Monday which cyber Monday. What is that? It's like everyone shops online Monday. Yes. Out of black Friday. Yeah. Okay. Do you know what's called black Friday? No because retailers are overwhelmed and sad. No work. No. I think. Someone correct me. I think because this was the day that they're going to go in the black. They've been in the red all year. That's brill. A retailer. That's brilliant. Yeah. Hope you're not in the red all year. Now, I'm not okay so door. This is where businesses would say, we're probably going to get into logging in the black. Hey, and it's important to note that this little wonderful thirty percent off thirty percents off is a lot. It's a whole lot. But you only have through the weekend to do it. So don't Lawley gag. You. Gotta get on it by the by the twenty six I love the word lollygag. Do you? Okay. So the next company is a company called the shop forward. Now, if you guys don't know about shot forward, we're about to tell you. But it was started by Amy Brown of the Bobby show who has been a guest on the happy hour. So I'm sorry. Cannot just pause. I did not know this. We turn not know that. Yes, I'm having her and Mary her friend Mary. No. I listen every morning, you listen to the Bobby bones show every morning. Why do I love Amy so much? She was against on our last hour. Okay. I'm just having a proud going. I know this. So they started this. And so they have to companies that they have going on here. So the shot forward is just everything encompass. So you can go here you can get so many different gifts. But one of the things that I want to tell us about is there a spa brand it gives back to causes in Haiti specifically an organization called my life speaks which I know that doing phenomenal stuff there at my life speak. So they have this thing called four things tote. It is a hot item. It is hot. It's the hottest of hot item. Yeah. So tell us what it is aiming. Well, it's this wonderful to- bag that is the right size for your shoulder. And all the things really is listen that matters. And you get to personalize it with your favorite for things. And then they printed in this wonderful big black script like block, and then you get to tote it around, and it's really really fun. They're personalized. So what you personalize years with one of them. I have a little bit of regrets. So you do just a tiny book. I tell us. All and then we're going to be no regret laughing at sonic diet coke. No regret. Oh, I did. Put Bruno Mars, I'm a pastor's wife. So I think that's a little bit racy and questionable in my judgment actually asked his wife to and I want to me you can get you can get away because that's how ours on your tote. I dress like a hundred year old southern grandmother, and you're in the bible belt in the bible belt Serna's Lorcy. And then I ended with butter which one do you regret Bruno maybe Bruno did Email and say could substitute that for today show because that's a little bit more squeaky clean, but the truth Mahara zits burn up. Listen, you can't you can't get away from the truth. And so it's okay here, and it's a safe place, and we spent like three hours a day with our family watching old Super Bowl axe and Bruno Mark was phenomenal on their the best. Yeah. So that's a really fun bag. So it has all the fun things. So high. Got one to actually give to my daughter for Christmas. And it says family baking lipstick and singing lipstick makes me laugh because that girl loves lipstick girl loves them love shit to Horley s so the four things goes back to Haiti they also have something called a born your hat where you can put a significant year you could do that. You're you're born you could do it to your kids. You could do it your wedding year. Whatever there. I mean, the men this is a great gift for men. Speaking of it. And they have a new pullover called the four things joy seeker pullover. I love this. I do too. I really do. This has become and shoes. Joy, laugh allot cake. I love it. Because it says he I love it anybody that puts a food item on product. You're my thing. And we're gonna find out that you are chef and have a cookbook. So I love be kinda say that to my kids. I said that the morning when they got off the car kind. And then they also have a halt to other lines have a mama pullover. Which is so cute. It's supports moms and needs. And then they have an entire choose joy collection, which benefits there. Care fund. And so they give everything organization. I like it a lot. Okay. So our next company I'm super fond of it happens to me your company. It's called Unum. As and when we first met, I thought your name was Unum. I know I know that your name is Amy Hanan. Yes. Thank so explain to us unionize and tell us all about it. Okay. Well, you may was my granny. Hey, lived across the street from us and was the one who modeled wonderful biblical hospitality as I was growing up, and I'm just really loved her. And of course, you know, we have fond grandmother memories. So many of us do so Unum. As is like, it's like, the retail expression of my biblical hospitality brand. So I have traveling speak and write and do all kinds of things, but Unum as is actually my retail store, and it kinda represents all the products. And so it's this wonderful little place, and we have some select things online, and I just fill it with like pretty purposeful fund kitchen treasures that make it really fun to be in your kitchen and make you excited about hosting and sharing a meal, and exercise and biblical hospitality and your home. It's so great, and I've actually been your store in northwest, Arkansas. And it is so stinking cute. I didn't. Book signing there, which was fun. But one thing that I love about you, and your whole just brand your cookbook, your store, everything that you do is that you are someone who wants to quip people to have hospitable homes to open up their homes and feel comfortable with that. Whatever it looks like whatever you have whatever it looks like whatever season. I think people have said over and over hospitals is not my gift, and I'm like, hey, guess what? It's a command. It's not. Yeah. So I do a whole lot more fun ways than just that your stuff is beautiful and talk about the stuff. You have some featured products that we're talking about. So tell me about those real quick. Okay. So one of my favorite things is utensils because I like them to be pretty I like them to work. And I think if we have pretty things in our homes, we're gonna like to use them more. So true. It is true. And so I have brought a selection of these wonderful made all of would utensils that are made in the holy land. And then I have this one. I mean, it has magical one of my best sellers. This double ended measuring. And I'm sure that you're gonna be using when you're baking was story. Yes. Totally. And it is teaspoon on one end and a tablespoon on the other. But it's this wonderful cherry or birchwood. I stop real quick and say, practically speaking that is brilliant is it because you can measure. I mean, I think about I making a rub or whatever making a what a rub on. Oh grab. Yes. So you need to come to one of my talks talks. And actually Aaron cooks. Yes. Yeah. It's such a purposeful like fen little functional utensil in your kitchen because like when Aaron is making one of his try rubs or your baking, or whatever you can just kind of flip that thing around. It's kind of like a little ninja until you just kind of use this in this in this in but they're beautiful. They're hand-carved, and they are burned on the back with the kind of with that they are made out of in the year. So they're kind of neat keepsake. I think one of our very best. And then, of course, brought my cookbook because I got to put some meat on your bones. I love your cookbook last year. You told me how to make cheese? Well, I did. And you know, what you cut out of our podcast that you didn't know what cheese. I got that you cut that out. There's other people involved here. They're probably making me look better. But I did not know him in a cheese. Was that you made it. Yes. And it's delicious. It's so so good. So yeah, there's a book, and I have it wrapped in this really neat gift sex. I know a lot of. Times we want to buy something that we don't have to wrap or make pretty ourselves in. So I have this really pretty cookbook gifts that that is the cookbook in a linen. That has first Peter four eight through eleven on it which is hospital verse. And then a neat all of would you tinsel on the top? So I love it, my friend. Amanda says she's cooking for your cookbook. And so that's so fun is that so it's great the other thing. That's really great about your stuff that you package together is it would make a great gift for a lot of people like being a mother mother-in-law a teacher gift. Yes. Great teacher gifts. Yes. I love that great teacher gift. Yeah. Okay. So we're going to move on our next company that we're gonna talk about is Waterloo style. All right, Waterloo. Style was started by some women here in Austin actually, friends of mine, so that's super fun, but they make earrings from pop quality leather, and they come in all kinds of styles and colors. Basically, this is what they say is that their products make it easy for you to rock, yoga pants and baseball camp or dress up for an evening on the town, which I think is so true. These have been some of my favorite airings for a long time. If you see me where my big leather earrings. They're they're really cute on you, which they don't just make big leather airings also make smaller ones. So I love what Waterloo earrings and their mission behind these women is a really want. Everyone to see the beauty that they have the you have inside of them and so put beautiful earrings on and you can see that. Well, and I have a little bit of something for everyone like you are more confident in the big boys. Do like the big their uniform get your hair's long, and you know, for me, I have a short haircut, and I'm probably a little bit more, you know, a little classic. And so to wear a big fund earring is a little bit out of my comfort zone. But they have if you're like me, they have these wonderful like gold metallic ones. And these rose gold ones that are a little bit smaller. So I just think that it's a wonderful brand because they've covered all their bases and all women can wear them. If so true all women can wear them. You really can. And the fun thing is you may not know this is that each of their earnings is named after an Austin neighborhood. I didn't know. No that I really liked that. So I know Merson. Yeah. Non to Austin. Yeah. So right now, they have a coupon code. You can get fifteen percent off with the coat happy hour, a good one. So that's a great coupon code. Okay. So we had the next brand. We're gonna talk about it's a company called scout and seller now, it's a fun one of fun one. This is a wine company. It is which if you're thinking who am I gonna give her for Christmas all people you can give to like if you get invited to Christmas party, you need to have a little something in your hands. A little somethin' your kids teachers might enjoy a bottle of wine interest. Probably really likeable. Into this amount. But it is really just a great. How many that you can bring to a Christmas party give as neighbor gift? Well, and just to have on hand you have some little drop by company or weakened guests to poor little by the fire. Exactly. So this is scouting seller. And what set scout and seller apart is that they offer clean crafted, organic biodynamic vegan, no sugar added wine handpicked by level three someone Yang, and I've done that level level. Three must be significant must because I wouldn't put it on such. Okay. So the wind has been sourced from boutique wineries around the world and had been tested to ensure that there's no pesticides or chemicals had been added. Basically. This is what sets apart is called her wine clean, which is great. And you can tell the difference. We're actually having a glass of sauvignon balk. Yep. It's delicious. It's delicious and their bodies are pretty they're really pretty and they have gift cards that you can get have great packaging as well. As you can join their wine club, which means that you're going to get a certain number bottles that you'd like to receive either. Fli by monthly or quarterly, and they take care of everything else. So that's kind of fun. It's like a membership. When if you do that for someone for Christmas what subscription gift because some people are really hard to buy for. But you know, like people that could just use a little gift that keeps on giving. Yeah. All your long all year long better than jelly of the month club. I think so as well kind of in the same vein, you know, grapes and jelly. But this is better. They're offering five percent of all their club purchases to members. Plus, there's some volume discounts. So if you sign up to be a member of Scotland solid, we're going to get five percent of all your club purchases, which is really great. And they also come up with limited editions elections to to the members only so seller, but they also just sell like individual bottles of wine completely hundred percent. So it's good organic, clean wine checkout scouting seller. Okay. Here is our next company. And this is a fun one. I think I think Fantasia fun. It's called, cultivate, what matters with an ever-growing of dues. It's easy to fill overwhelmed and and dispassionate by the task on your plate. And then you're disappointed that you're not spending enough. Time during the things you love this is why the ladies that, cultivate, were matters. They wanna help you just reset. We're going to reset for two thousand nineteen. They really believe that our time can be spent intentionally and that all of our to do list can be simplified. They're gonna help us make goals. They're gonna help us take action on them. So this is a planner, and it is cute suits. Oh, it's cute is happy box. It is so fucked. So this would be a planner like like three steps Lanner. So not only do you have your calendar and your things that you can do but every single month and every season they walk you through setting goals yet for that season. The task that you need to do to set the meet those goals, and then you like look back after you get to the next season. You look back and see how you did. Well, it's like making a list and crossing off the things that makes you feel better about yourself. So good, and they have sections in there that talk about being intentional with our finances with our family with our friends with other things that we're doing so it's really this holistic, no one. Wonderful thorough darling. So cute. I mean, it is really it is happy happy happy. It's the kind of thing that makes you like for those of us like me who are longing to be entirely organized. But struggle this makes me want to try I opened it up and have already written in mind goals for the next year. There's like a place where your hand goals, and I listened some big things that I want to happen. And this this helps you kind of break it down because sometimes a big goal can seem really daunting. Well, you have to say how do you need an elephant just one at a time. So this is helping you do that. But it has like Ben things and gold metallic. It's so cute. So they what they have for. You is the power sheet goal planner weekly sticky note pad washy Tate, which is so fun. And then this big box not big box. But this big package of stickers that you can put through out just joy. It's so cute. It's cute. It made me want to sit down and write down my goals. He might have to help me with mine. Okay. Also, something's really, cultivate, what matters right now is have some big black Friday sales. Go check out my web page, Jamie, Ivy dot com slash politics dozen eighteen also something that's cool. Is there launching new product today out even know what it is? That's exciting. What do you think? I don't know. But I know that it'll be wonderful. And it'll be cute, and it will celebrate progress. And it will help us all want to be officiant and move forward. I mean, don't we need that they do in life. So get help people get ready for two thousand nineteen. Why can't wait to say? I know they have such great already. I'm even trying to think about what it could be. I don't even know. Well, it's just a whole bunch of ideas on the website, and they're all real cute and happy looking. So this makes you happy. Yes. Laura started it hope to get her on the show next year. Because I am the fan of hers. Very yeah. Yup. Okay. So our next company is primarily pure, primarily handcraft skincare products. That are truly natural in non toxic everything is organic and Fairtrade coconut oil and organic essential oils in in addition to be safe to use. Their products also provide users with real noticeable results, we need noticeable results. Don't we this day? Yes. And forty six I'm forty. Oh, shoot. Are you really? Does he think I was younger? No, actually, I thought you were actually I was thinking you're only like two or three sugar than but it's well, it is only two or three or six or six so primarily pure. They have natural deodorant that actually works which I love that they say that actually works. I have used it. It does actually work of good news. I know happy about that. Thank you. Thank you. They've got baby products gifts from in. So one of the things I really liked to our best salts. They smell delicious. So delicious the bath taker I'm I am not a bath taker I haven't taken a bath since I was pregnant with grace Hannan in nineteen ninety six. This is a true story where you know. It's a true story. I take her. Okay. Well, let me just clarify. I take showers to clean. I take bass. Relax, relax. I'm a seven. I like cram eight hundred thousand things in a day. And so to me to sit still that long makes me antsy, I'm like get clean get out with Susan. Let's go do something fun. That's. Yeah. I read books isn't about you know. I don't read either. Okay. Thank you. Already is. But I will tell you the salts are beautiful and they smell fabulous. There was one that was like this beautiful pink like floral that I loved and then I love anything like a face mask or anything like these basalt that were like kind of petty and eucalyptus and kind of cleansing, I really I loved them. Yeah. Favorite thing. They sent to me was there. Peppermint lipoma. This is speaking of stockings. Oh, yes. We also give our kids stuff like this and they're stocking. Yeah. So I'm going to get them some gum and live on our children get real gifts to just the stockings. This is it was really good. You wanna know? And they may or may not love that. I'm even saying this. But here we go. I used the lavender lip balm. Because it's made with lavender coconut oil. And all those things I kept it in my person. I put it on my cubicles at stop lights. It's built multipurpose. It's multi-purpose because my hands get dry because I cook. So my cubicles get drawn, and I just rubbed that right on there. And it made him look so good, and they spent Lucious so you can put on your lip and the fingers I love it could of it. So primarily is going to give everybody ten percent off which is great his gray for holidays. This is great for teacher gifts as well. Great for that person your life that you know, they like natural products. Well, and it's beautiful simple claim packaging, and it just feels like a treat the package is really good really all matters it on. Okay. Speaking packaging, I like this packaging to this. Next people Tim starfish project. I loved this company. I have found out about this company over the last two years, and I love every single thing that they've ever done. And I love where they got starfish that story that people tell about making a difference to one starfish, you know, in like there were all the starfish. Do you know the story I keep going I want you all the starfish were washed up on the shore. And there was somebody that was walking that was picking them up one at a time, and there were thousands of them, and they. Just throwing one back at a time and somebody came up and said to you really think that you're gonna make much of a difference. And they said we'll I'll make a difference to this one. And it's just one at a time. I mean, I know it's women who are exploited that as such it just seems like such an undertaking to try to make any kind of dent in what's happening in the world. But they really are just one at a time. It's so true. You could easily look and say of all of the women in Asia. How are we going to help them all it's impossible? And then you just throw your hands Sam done, but these people are dedicated to providing life changing opportunities through their holistic care program in their social enterprise where women they come in. They build a jewelry. They can become managers. Accountants graphic designers, photographers really looking at them saying, hey, we want to develop what God's talent he's already given you in. They're gonna even giving them training, sometimes even healthcare and housing housing so much so starfish project has employed over one hundred thirty women, it has served thousands through their community outreach services because of all the perch. That everyone's made through starfish project exploited women and girls are going to experience freedom Shabaish independence develop careers. I mean does that just not make you well up? Yes. It makes me well up, and I'll just say the stuff they're making really cute. So Q some of the things we saw were some study rings, which are you would love studying. Yes. Yes. Yes. I do. Let me stuttering and I have on this ring right now. This neat little turquoise stone ring, and I have the bracelet on his well, I love it. So the bracelet that you're talking about is equal to the cost of reaching out to twenty four women in the red light district. Can you even believe it? So you can think I'm wearing this. And that helped them reach out to twenty four women's. I'm Nate, it's so great. And then when you get the product, you actually get a little card that is signed by the woman who made your jewelry, and I just think that is so neat, and you can go on their website, and you can do a drop down tab and locate what your woman looks like, and you can hear her full story and how the starfish project has changed her life. And it's just real just gives me the feels I luckily everything. Starfish project. Okay. So this next company that we want to tell you about is called grace notes. It's q eight is so cute. And it's a great idea. It's someone who saw need. Instead, I'm going to develop a product for this. The thing about grace is that they know that a lot of people think it's hard to read the bible every day. So grace notes makes it easy to restore to surround yourself with bible versus so that through reading them and seeing them around your house. You can transform your mind with the power of God's word. I love that. Yeah. So they have beautifully designed monthly subscriptions which include a five by seven print a small print a sticker. And sometimes it also has extra stuff in there at all of them had the same verse. Yes. So you're inundated with it. You're meditating on it. Same verse, which you could put it in your car. You could put on your water bottle the sticker you could put on your mirror and your bathroom. Yeah. So you're seeing it all the time. They also have a card in there that one side you can pray about the scripture and the other part, you can write it. I think that's so neat. It's because I think there's proof that when you write things you remember them more. Likely. So you really are chewing on emeny on it and soaking on it, and I think it's really good. Yeah. Cute, Hugh, like, there's fun art, and they're very seasonal. So a fall when you has might talk about gratefulness, and it looks kind of seasonal, and so even as far as decor goes like, they'd be cute in your guest room or by you're saying or anything like that. I think that's true. And they give a new verse every month was constantly changing. I believe they started with just grace notes for women. But now they have for men and for kids think kids is a great idea such a do it every night like you think about just going over scripture with your kids every night or at the dinner table and getting the word in their lives getting the word, and it just sticks like glue. Yeah, we have done sticky notes. Like, there's some in my office. I've done Momir upstairs. And so this is just a much more beautiful way. Well in the come on those little wooden like holders handcrafted wooden stands. And so, yeah, they've got a really neat lessons about him. I like them so grace, it's another. Subscription. So you're gonna subscribe to this. It's ten dollars a month. And you're going to get this delivered to your house every single month. So that you can meditate on God's word every single month with new scripture each month that they send it to you. They're also going to give you a coupon code. You're going to get twenty percents off the first envelope. So your first month you're gonna get twenty percent off on your subscription. So go to see all the coupon codes that we have. Okay, amy. We got four more companies. They're all Goodwin's. They're all good ones. Okay. Here's one. We talk about called go rings. Go rings was originally created as a way to fund rut. As a way to fundraise for an eleven month mission trip to eleven countries. I remember I read about this that they were going on this trip. Oh, yes. I think the star of the creator of this went on the world race. Yes. I love the war. I so Nate and she raise money for her trip by creating rings is that brilliant, or brilliant. It's so brilliant. Go rings all of their jewelry is handcrafted. It's all at clean made. And this is the best part is nice favorite part is they're also equipping those that go out and spread the light across the world. So here's how it works. Is you can just go on there by their rings? Yes. Which you should you should it's beautiful websites beautiful website and right now through Monday cyber Monday, if you spend fifty dollars you're going to get one of their new rings for free, which I love it. It's so dainty and beautiful. So there's that. But I also want you to know this is that when you go shop thirty percent of all of your purchase is going to individuals and organizations who are partnering with them. So they had teamed up so far with over five hundred women that's a lot. That's a lot of women who have they've used rings to fundraise for mission trips unpaid enter, internships and other ventures to go do good, so do Amy we're going to go automation trip. If I were Yuka partner with Goering's, I could and help raise money, I think, it's really brilliant. What I really love about. It is you know, we have been on our mission trips where we've had to raise support or my children have been on different trips where they've had to raise support. And this just kind of takes away some of the awkwardness it's like, you're not just asking people for money, but you can say anger getting a neat little treasure to either wear and remember while I'm on my trip, and you can pray for me or you can pray for any other missions or people that are doing good work for the Lord. And I just think it's really neat to give somebody a little something while they're also able to support you. I love it so much, and this this is such a great place to go get a gift for that teenage girl in your life, absolute or that the stackable I have the have the original go, right? Thing I'm gonna it's all it's eleven little individual isn't that so smart that are all kind of bound together at the bottom. But then they kinda separate they kinda fill my knuckle. Like, the whole thing I had that ring in love love it. NTN in pretty, but it represents how they started which was the eleven countries in eleven minutes. I love that. I really love it. They have a new collection called the reflections the reflection collection. They call it a minimalist dream. It's a pair of air rings and dainty necklace. That is just enough gold that you're adding to your look and it's knee such great stuff. So they have a coupon code for you right now. Fifteen percent off through the fifteenth of December. So that's great. Yeah. Yes. Some time. So once again, go rings all their collections handmade in both Haiti and Austin right here, they use high quality medals are not going to turn Harnish a react with your skin great company, and they put your money towards us to be a cinder cinders. Yeah. We can't go we can purchase from them. And we know that we are sending another company that gives back. I love it. So the next company we're gonna talk about is also give back company, and I have the same for companies that give back. I love it so much this hauled mercy candle. I love candles. Listen. When I got a candle in the mail, and you can smell it coming out of the shipping box. You know? Candle. Yes. It was delicious told you about our candle fast with Ivy house. No, you have a candle fiasco. Well, have I shared this on the show? Maybe maybe not. I don't know. So we had a candle incident. The I think I share this are speaking once I'm nervous about sharing it because I think people are going to judge my parenting skills, but whatever we've all been there. So aired I were gone. It was like a Saturday morning. We both had to go run errands or something we were out of town. But we're out of the house all of our kids were here. But my three boys who they're teenagers. Sure, they were all sleep. So my daughter is ten she's down here watching some TV. She likes to candle which is noble. I really appreciate that about her. I mean, we we like to set the great around here in her lipstick. Yes, exactly. I liked to candle. She's laying on the couch. She rolls off the couch because that's what kids do. They don't just sit up. They roll around. She hits the candle and knocks it over. And it starts a very small fire. Did she panic? Well, I think she pains. Because she went to go get some paper towels to put it out. Oh child of yours. She doesn't know she doesn't know that she thought about getting the fire extinguisher. She wasn't sure where it was. So the next it was fire extinguisher idea. I and the next thought was paper towels. God bless what happened that didn't work. So then she woke up one of my sons, which should have been the first step, and they put it out. I mean, it ended up being a burn no more than like six inches. Yeah. But it was a little scary. When I heard the story while I live in would how we do live in a log cabin you live in a log cabin. So that's that's our candle fiasco we've had a lot of fire safety conversation since then, but like don't put a dry, wet dry. Don't put a dry paper or how about just don't like candles when mom and dad are home. That's probably a better that's a bad one. But anyhow mercy candle. It's a small business which I love, but also they give that fifty cents on every purchase of every Mason jar candle is donated to help fight the battle against human trafficking. I love that. We talk about the packaging. Oh, you know. I've said it already about the other some of the other things the packaging is beautiful. They're very classic. I think they smell phenomenal. But I love the names of their candles. I'm just a second for that. I think in my alternate life. I will be lipstick namer. Oh, that's toenail polish neighbor nothing or no polish. Well, isn't that the same? Yeah. I thought I didn't know why males. Remember, I'm the girl who rubs lavender lip balm honored cuticle. I didn't know why you differentiated instead toenail polish because I don't do my nails. Okay. Look, do you paint your own toenails? No, I go. Okay. Me half the half of the joy for me by seventy five percent of the joy is choosing the color by the name. Okay. And it could be the ugliest color on the planet. But if that name gives me any kind of twinge of joy, I'll choose it. Okay. I do I like that. So I loved the names on their website. Their names are phenomenal. They are warm, and they are wonderful. I just loved him each candle. You're gonna find scripture or an inspiring. Message just as a reminder to take time out for what matters most they have that neat new jar. That's handmade. I love it so much. It is it's their jars of clay limited edition. Yeah. That's a handwriting vessel made by local artists of theirs called Angela Taylor. So the thing about this candle is that when the candles gone. Yes. You have a beautiful piece like a jar jar jar jar jar jar. But you could maybe drink out of it. You could put I have pens and pencils. Oh, that'd be plants. Yeah. Do what are the little cactuses called? It's the cool thing right now succulent. Can do succulents airs Ivy killing a secular household Aaron like succulents? Yeah. I think I might get a secular tattoo that doesn't surprise me. Yeah. Think I would so eighty how? Didn't tell us about your tattoos. Amy. I don't have any however. The wheels are coming off because we're getting close to the end. But I will say that one time I was in this really cute kitchen store, and there was this really cute girl, and she had tattoos of measuring spins I said to her I'll never, but if I were I would have I would have those that's cute. It was darling. Some of our great friends bread Noel have tattoos like on their thumbs one is a fork and one is a knife. And so when they hold hands they kinda go together, that's cute cute, but they both have tattoos all over the body. So it's not it's it's really cute. So okay. We don't have anything to give away for tattoo artists. But for mercy candle you twenty percent off now through December thirty first through the end of the year twenty percent off because some of their sense like even their holiday since we think about how blustery and cold January is is it blistering cult here. No, we're in the desert. Yeah. But anyway are not in the nowhere in the hill country. But in Arkansas, it's a pretty blustery January even into February. And I love to continue to burn a fire in light of candle and because I love me too. Okay. Two more companies would go laurel box. This is lovely. This is this is a really good one to end onto laurel boxes and online gift shop, offering beautiful sympathy gifts for the modern woman propelled by the mission to help women acknowledge loss and start conversations that silicate healthy grieving this is a really special is a really special box because I had never thought about a sympathy gift. I know that you when people walking through things that are hard sin the cards, but these are very specific. And the co founders Denise Johanna started this one one of their friends loss children herons siblings. So they thought we want to send them because you just get that that longing you want to be able to do something or give them just a little bit of joy. And you're not try. To replace their loss or the person or anything like that. But you just want to do whatever you, can you know, we all feel like that. And holidays can be super hard from people who have lost a loved one. Or even someone who may be. There has been dad is overseas serving as they won't be home for the holidays, all of them are wonderful little encouraging remembrances. I think and we talked about this war because I think it's a big deal. The packaging is beautiful. It really is beautiful. I mean, I was so careful about how I took it apart because I was wanting so much to like look at how it had gone in. It is beautiful every little thing. Yeah. You're going to open the box and immediately fill loved absolutely packaging. They have a coupon code to now through the twenty eight you can get twenty percents off. And then after the twenty eighth you can get ten percent off the box that we have that. We both got it had a memory feather ornament. That's personalized there's a wind. Chime in there that they can personalise. There is a grow kit that you could plant a tree a beautiful mug. Mug is beautiful mug is beautiful. A necklace t it's just very thought beautiful little handkerchief in mind as well. Just thought you know, what just for for tears and beauty. I mean, it just was very profound. I thought it was beautiful. You know, side note, I went to a funeral this summer and one of my friends, I don't know, do, you know, winter Pitts who passed away the summer? Yes. So while when I went to her funeral another one of my friends, Heather McFadden, do you know who that is? She's a podcast or sheep brought handkerchiefs with initials on them for winters has been all her girls. And she said that when her dad passed away someone did that for their family. And she said, it was one of the most special things that did from your knowledge ING, their tears, and I think that that is so much a part of how we love people through grieving period is just knowledge in their tears at the heart. And I'm I'm in this with you and not so. Yeah. Mine had this beautiful handkerchief in mind really need. I've heard a lot of people that have lost someone say. Say we want to just feel like you still remember that they were here to talk about the person that you've lost. Yeah. Yeah. So Laura boxes a great way for you to love that person your life that might be having a partner holiday season than some of us. Yeah. Okay. So another thing I'm gonna tell you. This is kind of weird for me to talk about my own thing. But we actually have products for the happy hour, and we have developed new product this year, which is so much fun. Some of my favorite things that we have our Jesus better necklace, which I really really loved you have one. Now, I do I'm gonna change. So for those necklaces Jesus better is song that my husband wrote. And every time I sing it at my church picture. Well, I pull my phone out in my own worship service record a little bit of it. And I text it to you like, I love it. I love it so eight my husband Aaron and his friend Brett lane wrote this song couple years ago, and it is just always been special for me that actually the last chapter of my book is titled Jesus better. And so we parted with Abel was we talked about the first one on the show. We partnered with them and made these necklaces, they're just beautiful. I love them. They're so simple. It's such a neat reminder. It's a great reminder. And then we have our books. My husband, and I both released books in the past twelve months. Those are up there. One of the things that we also have which you can't do this for your book because it's a cookbook, but we have an audio book where which a lot of people do audiobooks, obviously. But it's a little gift card Onate. So you could buy this gift card, and then handed to a friend. We also have some new sweatshirts that say be kind on them, and they're cammo. They're super interview. And have lots of things I hate talking about myself. But we have lots of things on their new shirts that you can get books. There's a really neat t- that I really liked that said a wild kind of beauty I love and it was a baseball team. I'll talk about you. And I really liked it to have a little floral. There was at really cute t shirt. Yeah. We are the kids which I think is really really unbelievably so children in this day and age are growing at listening to podcasts Astor's. Yeah. And so it says when I grow up, I wanna be a podcast. I think that's really really fun. This'll be great gifts. If you're like Atta girl friend who loves the happy hour, which one of my most favorite things. I'm on the road is to hear people say, my this is my friend, Shannon. And she told me about your show. Yes. And I've been listening now, it's so fun. So if you have a girlfriend who loves a happy hour, it's fun to get them some happy are merchandise. But also if you've read if you only knew this year, and you wanna give it to a friend. I'm signing all the copies to the end of the year. So it'll be great place to get there. I think that's great idea. We'll get 'em husband's book still way home is up there as well. So those are the shops. I have one. More than I'm going to throw at you. Didn't tell you about okay girlfriend. Amy is the director of an organization called blue sky, blue sky over Texas. It's a therapeutic horseback riding place, they give lessons with special needs. I know about this place. How do you know about it? I've seen something about I don't know wherever you see everything online. It's the special needs kids. So this is horseback riding lessons in a structured learning environment to special needs citizen. So one thing that she does and Amy if you go back and listen to you as my very first guests on the show, which is kind of embarrassing because it was her. But because it was a very first time I ever recorded podcast your natural. Well, anyhow one thing they do is. They have community group activities on Friday. She calls them on Fridays. And they do gardening work. They do woodworking. They create stuff so many things that they do for their citizens, especially citizens, and one of the things that they made she sent me a picture of the day and said, oh, my gosh, how cute is this. And I said I want put this gift guide. Being graver stocking stuffers. It is a tic TAC toe purpose bag, so it's like a little satchel the here kid can put in their backpack. With rocks that have Xs and os on 'em. So you're sitting at the restaurant player took tech tic TAC TAC toe bag, it's brilliant. And I love that. It's put your phone down. Let's not be looking at this. And this and this and let's play a real game with your real brain like our grandmothers and grandfathers to-do. And I've seen pictures of the people that make this stuff, and it is it warms, my heart to know that they're getting to us gifts that they have they're going to use their hands or getting to create no one's looking at them and saying, hey, because if your disability you can't do anything special needs. I absolutely get behind just chill bumps it. Thrills. Me the bits there are deer out the window. There. Are you don't have dinner neighborhood? You don't have to you and your neighborhood. No, it's a y'all people on the podcast. There are a bunch that gift guide to me is that sinus guide to me Amanda has deer in her neighborhood to to you. Do you have streets and things because you got here. We're in the middle of nowhere. We crossed over the river through the woods. Did you think? Yeah. Remember went same hand and said about us out here across the first water. And he said, do you think Jamie's kill us and various out here? Was it this high when you came last time what it actually was it was spring? And so the first water that you go over that went still has water. But I think one of the second or the third little crossovers we went through water Twi, then we must have had a lot of raining twice. Yeah. Lovely. I'm so glad that God gave us steer. Jaren this recording. It's a joy giver. It's joy giver. It's a joy giver. Okay. I have something that I would like to announce right now. Okay. Let's do it. I'm so excited. I'm like sweating. I okay. So first of all all of these companies, man. Thank you for being a part every single one of these companies. I would stand behind, and so I hope that you guys go spend some of your money with them. They're giving back. They're making difference in the world. They're creating opportunity for people. And it is. I mean, Christmas we spent so much money. Here are just a few places that you can feel good about spending your money with beautiful quality product. We're not sending you anything crappy. All this stuff is good not crap knocked crappy. It's all good. Okay. But this listen, I gonna tell you this. If your new listening to the show twice a year, we do live events and these events are Anne stone. The most fun that we do we do them in different venues, we have two guests. Join me on the stage. There's food catered drinks amazing goodie bags. Women fly in from all over the country. It's so fun to watch. It is so much fun to be there. My I've never been there. But I've watched them all online would you like to join me. I would love to join you. But we've already we've already discussed this before that would have been awesome. But I want to announce dates I'm getting nervous. And now I want an answer dates, and I wanted to ask our guests, and this is a big deal because we're going to tell you it's so first of all the dates are able twenty six April twenty seven which is the weekend after Easter it is so we're going to celebrate the death and resurrection of our savior. And we're gonna come to Austin, and we're going to have so much fun. Here are my guests April twenty six which is a Friday night hath reload. And you Amy Hannah I mean, poor, Catherine. She's just going to you know, nobody knows about her. She's nobody that's a fair that's fair to her. I mean, you know, just bachelor and those babies that are so so cute. So good hair her great hair. You know, I'm. I'm so everyone that Katherine I've not okay. I met her when I interviewed her, and she's lovely. She is so regular in normal and such girlfriend. She is such a Dom really I'm really tickled about three of us are going to have a really good time excited. So that's Friday night, Saturday, April twenty-seventh, my guest or Andy Andrews from New York and Jackie hill, Perry from Atlanta, Jackie hill. So can I buy a ticket cannot talk and hang out and do girl time on Friday. But then by my ticket to stay for the next night. You know, I mean, I bet we could get you some. I really love to see if we can get some tickets. Yeah. So basically people come in and they pick a night, although every single weekend we have some comfort both. Yeah. I mean, Austin's beautiful awesome. So much fun. Usually April is very beautiful here. So anyhow that is our next live event. So fun. Thank you. I'm so tickled. I am so excited that you're going to be there. So follow me on Instagram because that's where all the stuff goes down. And you'll know all about it. Emmy, Hanan, Jamie Ivy. Thank you. You're so fine. This is just been the best that you flew in from north west Arkansas, you probably had to take seventeen flights just to get here. There's a lot of them to dally. It was a lot of hours. We've been up since three. That's see. But listen, it was worth it. And I believe in these companies, and you're really fun, and they are deer outside. So I mean, it is lie and what their day has made wine. I know thank you for joining me things also believe in these companies and thank you for making space for women to spend their money in wise ways over the holidays and thank you for putting product and our gift because I cannot wait. And if you guys are ever north west Arkansas, you have to stop at your store because. It's beautiful. Thanks, guys. Thanks for listening. Everything is online, Jamie Ivy dot com slash holiday two thousand eighteen share the show with your friends. 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Alexis Ohanian on Setting Boundaries

The Thrive Global Podcast

30:21 min | Last week

Alexis Ohanian on Setting Boundaries

"Five years ago we were having this conversation. And i got some the highest praise of my life Earliest i thought it was because serena told me she's like you work even harder than me and i was like a right. Yeah doing it right. And she was like that was not a compliment. You need to understand you need boundaries. Hello everyone. I'm marie anna housing done and welcome to what i've learned on this episode. Alexis hanan on the difference between prayer and meditation and why we really need to get rid of hostile culture. Pioneer is a word that so over used in the tech world but alexis truly is pioneer and in so many ways in two thousand five. He co founded ready now the third largest web site in the us since then. He's been an investor and venture capitalist and last year he launched a new venture fund call seven seven six named after the year seven hundred seventy six bc the year of the first olympic games because as he says the olympics are the pinnacle of sports and of equity the ideas to bring a new level of empathy and industry knowledge. Not to tech and startups. His been a pioneering voice against hostile culture in the startup world. Saying that our culture of posturing that glorifies working every hour of every day is one of the most toxic and dangerous things in tech right now he also has his own podcast business dad who she explores how shaving dad's manage the work and family lives. She's own family. Including his wife serena williams and they're amazing daughter olympia so alexis all. Thank you so much for doing this. Of course thank you. I just love everything you are doing. I love reading you listening to podcasts. Looking at all the things you are investigating both financially and in terms of your heart and so so let me start with a question. You tweeted recently asking if breyer was it farm of meditation. Then you started googling it and you found that it's actually an contentious question would have thought. So what did you find out. And what side are you on. Okay so i still don't know what side i'm on. It was very interesting even in the replies to my tweet people who had very strong opinions about what the difference was and you know some people talk about the duration. How they believed for really to be meditation it had to be for some prolongs period whereas if you're just doing some good night prayers for thirty seconds or a minute. It doesn't quite count. But the thing that i liked about where that ven diagram overlaps that i found really interesting was a kind of mindfulness and centeredness and focus on really this sort of essence whether it was an absence of or a singular word Mantra that you're repeating or a conversation with a higher power. And what i liked about this and what i've started bringing more than my life. Frankly only when i had a kid was finding time in the day to take moments of appreciation. Both my wife. And i are doing this because we want our daughter to be appreciative. That was the intent from the start. Right let's make sure we're doing prayers before a meal because it's a moment to just say like hey we're grateful for what we have and likewise in the night. When she goes to bed and candidly. It wasn't something i did as a kid. As at our minion it is impossible to have an armenian identity without religion because so much of armenian identity is tied to the armenian church to persecution. So i understood relationship to religion. But i didn't have regular prayer but through olympias is now. It's something that i enjoy doing with her. Not just for the appreciation. But actually for the peace. And i'm trying to now find moments in my own day or i can build routine for me now. It's been in the morning. I walk around the yard here. Usually with a cup of coffee and find a place to just hang out and sit and just listen and absorb a few minutes before the day. really takes off and i don't know it. It's because i'm older. Maybe because i'm a dad now but these are the things that i'm really trying to do just as mindfully as i do. Think about what. I eat and what i drink. I really do believe it actually makes me better at the work i do. It makes me better being husband and a father and especially after this last year. I've been really really grateful for the times that i get to. Just frankly have to myself and to have even a few minutes to take a breath and pause and reflect and meditate or pray or whatever we were gonna end up calling it. I've been saying this loudly for awhile. And i'll say it one more time because i'm on your podcast. This has gotten very in vogue of -ly first silicon valley last couple of years. We've really started to see a lot of folks even building businesses around it and really hyping it up and even vc's like me you're talking about it very actively but you were really one of the. Oh jeez in the space who is talking about this writing books about this building businesses about this kind of mindfulness thoughtfulness in the value of sleep. And all this stuff long before. Silicon valley broke crowd before all of us were were hip to it. So i i applaud you for that as a greek your menia. I'm green so we were brought up. Were cousins and with religion. And god kind of all around us and just on sundays. But my passion always was to find the ash sums. That already josephine. All wisdom tradition. Share the so. I ended up not seven dane studying comparative religion in washroom ram in india that was founded by rabbi drove off that gore. You know the indian poet and this changed my life and in a sense. Everything i've done scenes is about. How do we find that. Santarinas that every religion and whether christianity are judas maurice's lahmar that tower in china then in japan you know. Basically proclaims as the esoteric truth. Which is that. We all have that place in as of wisdom peace and strength and most of the time we're disconnected from by this therefore us to connect when you talk about these moments of stillness these moments we'd take to connect with nature or ourselves are really foundational in terms of how we do the rest of our lives and did you find that this pandemic year made it easier to connect with yourself in that deeper way. I think it did my normal year. I could be traveling to three times a week and with the nature of the work that i do. It's nonstop and i think like a lot of folks being forced to be in one place being forced to really assess where you're spending your time in your focus opened up the opportunity to do it. I also know how lucky i was to be in south florida. We've got a big yard. We've got space so having the ability get some physical space and some time myself made it all happen and then i think the biggest trend that i hear from employees i hear from founders now is because we have obliterated the boundaries between work life and home life and coming out of this now the ways that we're going to change our attitudes and support for parents and we know women have taken on disproportionate share of parenting during this pandemic to be able to get this time for self care for mental health restoration out. We in the united states starts to be more candid. Be more open about these conversations around at the health starts to as business leaders invest in more things for our employees for our team members to support this and really really acknowledge the fact that women carry a disproportionate share of that burden on top of the physical side of it but the mental side of it. Because that's that's real emotional work right worrying about and the stress and anxiety and the everything about the family. The work everything. It carries a heavy toll. And i hope we can get more support. We need to get more support. Because it's it's for the good of society but also i mean our economy. Frankly yeah that's you're so right. That's one of the big changes that's happening now. And that will stay with us past banda. Make the other big change that you were one of the first to speak out about was about hassle culture as you call the hustle. Porn is the first live hassle porn. It's kind of the bragging about how busy we are. And how relentless we are you know you snooze you lose asleep in her bed. I asked john javale to writes those lyrics. Sleep when i'm tired. You're there ahead of the curve pointing that out and how has that changed. And because of the pandemic this speaks to the fact that there's not really been an off switch over the past year. It has been nonstop even weekends. Holidays periods of time. Where we're used to having a bit of a respite there hasn't been and in a way. Think if we've been wrapped up in our careers during this time. We either just didn't even have the time to be bragging on twitter about how busy we were or maybe also we acknowledge the fact that it's really important to not be plugged in. It's really important to get some time to unplug. It always struck me as being disingenuous just because as a founder as an entrepreneur as an investor in founders and entrepreneurs it is a given that one has to work hard in order to be successful at anything. It is a given if you don't think you have to work hard to be successful founders ceo. Then you're not discussing. You're very very misled. So the conversation should be about this made up bragging of just how hard you're working or grinding are pushing it. It should be about. Actually how when you are working working very diligently and very effectively and very hard fine but more importantly when you're not hire refilling that how you refilling that battery. That's why like posting on instagram. About my chickens. I've had investors asked like. Don't you think you should be posting a little bit more seriously about work that you're doing. I've had channel other venture capitalist. This is about four or five years ago. Seda employs of mine like hey. Don't you think alexis should be like posting photos of taking time with his family or looking like he's not working hard that's amazing and it's funny because like if we check the receipts i know i've outperformed all of them but i think the culture is so twisted simply because we've spent a long time being obsessed around the wrong stuff in part because people make their livelihoods on at third lots of great businesses. The make their money making us feel insecure about not working hard enough or not having a nice and of car and having a nice enough yada yada yada and so. The pandemic has shifted a lot of priorities for a lot of folks and and i also think as fist level goes up as more and more people really start to understand what it really takes to build a successful business or be a successful athlete or be as accessible whatever you want to be. What their understanding is the greats. The very best people are all talking about recovery and rest and time away whether provides inspiration or recovery. it's valuable insights. i think it'll be a relic of the past. I lexus. I'm learning so much talking to you today. Hall that thought and pick up with more in just a minute. Sleep is the foundation of every aspect. Our physical and our mental wellbeing. That's always true but in extraordinary times of anxiety and stress. Getting this league we need is more important than ever. Sleep is essential to both a strong immune system and do our mental resilience very things. We need to navigate these uncertain times. That's why we've partnered with audible the sponsor of this podcast to create the audible sleep collection. It's available for free for members and includes bedtime stories. Meditations extended soundscape from nick. Jonas sean diddy combs kiki palmer and more to help you fall asleep. Stay asleep and wake up fully recharged and ready to take on whatever challenges. The day brings you and stay tuned for a preview. One of my favorite audible sleep experiences at the end of this podcast. So alexis you described about people in divinely alarmed that you were showing pictures of you not wear game but being with your family or your chickens it shows you know how prevalent that culture has been and why stick ending so long to change it. Why has been paradoxical this year. Is our relationship technology because in one way it's a lifeline. We wouldn't be able to do anything without it but in another way. It's made us. More slave stood acknowledging. You've talked eloquently about technology being a tool and not a master and cannot hans grey line. That has never been easier to run away from ourselves because they saw much. We can be addicted to in social media and binge-watching. So how has your own relationship with technology changed over this year. I you know. I like a lot of folks. I get that zoom fatigue. At the end of the day started playing background. Music started playing. lo fi. Beats a spotify playlist during my zoom calls just to give a little bit atmosphere and a little bit more of a just like a casual mood to even pitch meetings or office hours and folks who like it. No one's push back on it yet but you know by the end of the day. Yeah it's like let's just let's just camera off can make this a phone call can we. I wanna walk around while. I do this like tenth call of the day inside that. It's incredibly ebeling. Because it's it hasn't a lot of ways allowed us to be way more effective way more productive but for those very reasons that's a lot harder to shut off and and frankly the tools we have right now for remote. Work are bronze age tools because no one made them a priority the story of zoom in this sort of miraculous growth. That world has not seen any innovation in ten fifteen years because it was like an addition. It was like okay if everyone can't make it we'll just dial in and we'll use skype. Google hangouts Zoom but going forward now. We're going have brilliant teams. Who now have had the lived experience doing this fulltime for year. Innovating way better ways to do this kind of work. I mean shamelessly riverside is i. Think an example of that bo. We're gonna see a lot more for better. Collaboration doesn't make us feel as bad as a full day of zoom calls does today. it certainly reevaluated. The way i look at companies building software for remote work. Because i think that's an amazing open space now for for better tools and made me way more aware of my daughter's relationships technology as well. I- uninstalled youtube on her little family ipad. It's a weird cultural baggage but growing up. There were a fun at number of television shows. Which austin is not as good as infinite which is what you to provides however as a parent especially with a three and a half year old i really want full control over her content and the comfort of just knowing okay bubble guppies is on like i can pass out for fifteen minutes and i don't care and i'm fine and i'm like i'm being a good enough. That is fine in the world but if that ipad has youtube on it. I don't feel that way. And i realized that recommendation engine is designed one for human brain inside. I don't like the idea of giving all those dopamine hits to my child's little brain and also somebody's video pop up and i don't feel great about them and i don't know what it is. I think we've accidentally built some really effective tools for entertainment and distraction. I'm just picking on youtube particular but there's a whole nother layer of infrastructure that we've not invested in and then you combine that with everything we saw with school closings and this frankly a reinvention of education. That's happening now. Because everyone had to learn how to teach their kids via zoom this past year or or of hack a- curriculum at home and those tools terrible and noticed respect to the companies that are doing. It's just there wasn't the clear and burning need of millions and millions of people saying please give us better and so that's another area where this sort of children's education slash. Entertainment is due for a major overhaul. I do think there are huge. Upsides technology can provide because it can create a more intimate classroom setting. It can make a teachers life way more efficient because they don't spend a majority of their time building lesson plan or doing work that software can do better. Educators should spend more time doing the pathetic creative work and not the sort of wrote grading or assignment driven work. But we haven't really built those tools out yet and that's another one. That's getting a huge sleep. Thanks to this pandemic frankly. So that's a great summing up of the paradox for the future and building awesome amazing deck tools quietly protecting our essential humanity and protecting those moments of stillness in the morning. One of the things that we are working on zoom wish to do it with riverside to is integrating sixty seconds between zoom meetings to be able to take conscious breaths remember what we are grateful for basically reconnect with ourselves before we go back to the next meeting and you know what i love alexis that this neuroscience that shows that it takes sixty to ninety seconds to car scored act from stress. That makes me feel so optimistic about the possibilities. He doesn't take a twenty minute meditation practice. That's great in itself but during the day this kind of short bursts of disconnecting from the world reconnecting with ourselves are amazing accessible. And we just need to make sure i remember to practice them. Sixty ninety seconds. Yes sixty to ninety seconds sir saying where. My favorite football team loses a match. I should be able to get over it. Sixty to ninety seconds. You should be able to at least get the stress. Carter is out of. you can agree little. Yes i the cartel harmon can be out of your body. And i the same way that you are learning a lot from being a dad and then you bringing it to the world. I bet your are also learning a lot from being married to a an amazing athlete including about recovery and peak performance right of time. Yeah and i'll tell you the best hack that i learned five years ago. We were having this conversation. And i got some the highest praise of my life or at least i thought it was because serena told me she's like you work even harder than me and i was like a right yeah. I'm doing it right. This is amazing. This is the nicest thing you could have ever said demands. She was like that was not a compliment. And and that that's how distorted my worldview us and she said. Now i love that you are hard and you clearly love what you do. And you're great at it and that's awesome but you need to understand you need boundaries. You need to have ways to turn off and unplug or else. You're not going to be your best. You're not going to be the greatest and hearing that from her. I'm like oh okay. Like i need to listen right because an athlete needs to not just be their best mentally but also physically whereas i could show up. I'm not showing up for this thing. Hung over and onto hours asleep. But i could probably get through it well enough but when you're doing work at that level both mentally physically. You can't phone it in. You can't take a date like you're there you're not and then you know it's also the most objective industry there is we make up numbers in business for like our i are as investors or our valuation is founders but in sports wins and losses and rankings and grand slam titles in the open era. The ones that matter but hearing from her this is what it takes. Am i so arrogant. To think i'm the serena williams of business no are you kidding me so i really took this the heart and even to this day. She'll still call me on this stuff and she'll just be like yo unplug. It's going to be fine and so it's one of the things that i still work on to this day but i know it makes me better as a result because she said straight up. It's not a compliment that you work harder than me. It's just not. I love that said. Do you sleep with your phone. Not literally with it. It is my alarm clock so it is bedside but we have pretty strict phone boundaries in the bedroom. So that's another one. That was not an easy move at all. Silex is. I'm going to send you a little phone bed for your phone a little bit and it has a little blanket. You can put your phone under the blanket. You can say good night and reconnect and when olympia guests have first phone She we know that it doesn't sleep with her phone. Jayme in the little bed with daddy and mom is phone has not a punishment cute. I really liked that. It comes in mahogany and in light hood. Where do you prefer Let's go with the rich mahogany okay. Rich mahogany on. Its way you know. I love the way you're describing learning from your wife your daughter including about racial justice address so important to see your reaction during the george floyd killing and their response to me and racial justice reckoning to see you and hear you talk about your responsibility your black daughter as you said as a father. I want to be able to have an answer when she asks me. Why did you do so. Where are you with that now. Well i've really been making all of these business decisions since that through that lens so i was pleasantly surprised and delighted to see a few weeks. After i resigned a read it banned a few thousand eight communities. They created a policy against hate on the platform which was great to see and feel like okay. This is definitely was the right decision. And now what are the things that i can do to make sure that everything i'm building going forward is as intentional as possible. So that when. I have that conversation with her in ten years could right now. She's three and she doesn't know any better. She thinks some great but in ten years she'll be a snarky teenager and she'll have had people her entire life telling her how amazing her mother's total strangers will say. Your mother changed my life for this reason. There was this moment it changed everything. She's done so much for so many people and that's good and i'm very proud and happy that but i'm also very competitive and i'm like all right. Well i need people be telling you about papa to and my goal. There is to do this work now. It's venture capital with seven six to do this work as thoughtful as i can. Because it's something. I'm good at and it's something. I have some unfair advantages in and i think probably the highest leverage way. I could spend the next few decades to empower founders to support founders to build businesses that have far reaching impact that is helping create a better world for her. I can feel like this is really important. I want this to exist and so those the kind of businesses that i would like to invest in and i want to be as thoughtful as we can be about the people we hire. It's a chance to do something where i really feel like. Every little bit of my energy's going into something that i know is going to be proud of. And then the part we haven't launched yet is the seven seven six dot org when some liquidity happens from it. We're going to have money coming from that. Actually go to a nonprofits in the form of grants. I already pledged the first million to capture knicks organization. But i actually wanna take what we do at seven seven six for founders of four profit companies which is provide guidance and software and resources to help them build billion dollar businesses and provide that to founders of nonprofits who are sort of software or technologically minded right. And i've gotten to know nonprofits like wasi new story. these are amazing nonprofits. They're very much technology i. They're having big impact on global health or housing. In those two cases and i want to fund more of and that's what i want the legacy of seven seven six dot to be and i want them to have the same resources that we give our for profit companies as well. This is a ten year fifteen year plan to impress my daughter. And we're were early into it. But i'm really proud of the team. We built so far. I'm proud of some of the investments. We made this is going to be my life's work. So i'm i'm grateful to be able to do it. Well i'm grateful to for everything you're doing and Thrilled to be an investor in seven seven six and watch and not just the amazing investments but they incredible fish both for profit and not for profit. That is the key. You not thrive we talk about how giving is part of self care. We tend to separate the two but in fact when we give when we're part of something larger than ourselves it has such a huge impact on our side alexis. Thank you for everything. You are really living out the by on your website about being acknowledging deborah narrate investor who wants to be known for making this world. Better much matter. I would just add their word pretty chair. You are also preacher. South please cape breaching thank you have cut. He's still. I'm gonna have to do some good preaching with that. I love the. I've not been assigned that title yet but i will take it because i'm trying to build the movement harrison. Thank you for all the support. I'd like to leave you who the micra step inspired by our conversation about recovery and how each chasta's necessary for us non athletes as it is for athletes. Neuroscience tells us that we can cause scratch from stress in just sixty to ninety seconds. So after your next meeting or after you've been engaged in some focused work set aside just a minute to focus on the rising and falling of your breath this can lower your levels of the stress hormone cortisol and allow you to reset and recover and be ready for your next meeting or whatever challenges you have waiting for you during your day. Thank you so much for being with us today us next time on whatever learned we all need had sometimes saying by the day and allowing ourselves to drift off to sleep. 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SPECIAL EDITION: 2020 Democratic presidential candidates discuss El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio mass shootings; Beto O'Rourke, Pete Buttigieg, Julian Castro, Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Tim Ryan.

State of the Union with Jake Tapper

1:15:26 hr | 1 year ago

SPECIAL EDITION: 2020 Democratic presidential candidates discuss El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio mass shootings; Beto O'Rourke, Pete Buttigieg, Julian Castro, Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Tim Ryan.

"We really appreciate you listening to this. Podcast want to learn more about you. Please take a minute to visit pod thoughts dot com and tell us about yourself. Pods dot com is a short survey that lets us know what you like about podcasts where you listen and what you want more of so visit pod thoughts dot com and help us learn more about you. Thanks tired of spending hundreds of dollars for prescription glasses houses visits any today. Ed's any dot com slash c._n._n. Joining me now former congressman from el paso twenty twenty democratic presidential candidate beto aurora congressman or work. Thank you for joining us on this horrible day for your community. Our thoughts and prayers is such a cliche at this point but we're all feeling the pain of what's going on in el paso hanan dayton. Have you learned anything new about what happened. Since you got back to el paso yesterday thank you jake aac grieving right now for our fellow el paso ins and this community is also thinking about dayton and the people there who have suffered such extraordinary ordinary loss <hes> came back yesterday and got to spend some time with some of the victims and their families <hes> i'm seeing extraordinarily courageous people who have suffered the most grievous wounds and who have also learned that it wasn't just one family member it was two or three or more who were shot and in some cases who were killed. This community is coming together. Unlike any other time that i can remember <hes> donations of blood donations nations of food <hes> just just the love and the encouragement and the strength and the support in the face of a horrific mass killing el paso castle will see on average eighteen murders a year. That's the average of the last ten years we lost at least twenty people yesterday in and it took someone coming from outside of this community of immigrants to come and bring their hatred and their death to to el paso in the face of that <hes> this community has shown own just incredible strength and love and is more than a match for this we will overcome this <hes> but but something has to change and one of the wives of one of the victims <hes> he had been selling <hes> things to raise money for the soccer team he coaches shot in the chest. His wife asked me why is is this happened in our country right now. Why will this continue to happen. How do we how do we change. This and jacob got to tell you in in addition to universal background checks in addition to ending the sales of weapons of war into our communities in addition to red flag laws. We've got to acknowledge the hatred the open racism that we're seeing there's an environment of it and united states <hes> we see it on fox news. We see it on the internet but we also see it from our commander in chief and he is encouraging. This doesn't just tolerate it. He encourages it. Colin mexican immigrants rapists and criminals warning of an invasion at our border <hes> seeking to ban all people of one religion folks are responding to this. It doesn't offend us. It encourages the kind of violence that we're seeing including in my hometown of el paso yesterday so i i wanted to talk about that in a second but i do want to show this picture of you visiting with victim named ro rosemary <hes> who you said was shot in the chest but she is doing well after surgery. Obviously we wanna bring as much attention to the victims of this <hes> as much as possible so i i do want to talk about how we can stop it and one second but if you could tell me about that moment meeting rosemary i'd met her son on the flight back from las vegas approach me on the airplane and told me that he'd just learned that his mother had been shot in the chest. His grandmother had been shot in the stomach. His great aunt had also been shot. Us is flying back to el paso <hes> and he asked if i would join him going to university medical center where met rosemary <hes> both of her lungs punctured her lung being drained as always talking to her big smile on her face just extraordinary courage <hes> not only was she shot but but her mom her aunt was also shot her family around her these extraordinary caregivers at university medical center nurses who had been working twelve fourteen hours <hes> already doctors. Here's who'd been seeing <hes> multiple patients with multiple gunshot wounds <hes> just <hes> really moved me and makes me so incredibly incredibly proud of rosemary her family <hes> families all across el paso right now who should never have to demonstrate this kind of courage and yet nonetheless are are doing so <hes> met families who who have not heard from a family member and and fear the worst have called del medical center of called you. I don't know where their mom or dad are fear that they are one of the the at least twenty who who are dead already <hes> and are resolved to ensure ensure that this changes. I heard that from so many people yesterday they want this to change. This cannot be the normal for the united states of america and i know this community he's gonna do everything within our power to make sure that it is not so <hes> congressman you wrote on twitter and said publicly in el paso president trump's racism does not not just defender of sensibilities it fundamentally changes the character of this country and it leads to violence <hes> now the document that this terrorist el paso that law enforcement is investigating whether or not he actually posted this document which refers to latinos coming into the country as an invasion which as you noted as a language that we've heard from from the president of the united states it also says and i know it's hard to make sense of any of the stuff but it also says that he had this ideology before president trump kind of anticipated assuming documents real the alleged terrorist and people would would blame president trump forward and said. I felt this way before president trump. I don't know the the point that you're trying to make jake but it's pretty obvious to me in anyone who's listened to the president and we'll look at the facts that his anti immigrant immigrant rhetoric <hes> not just the things that i cited but calling asylum seekers animals or an infestation now you might describe a cockroach or termites nights as an infestation something less than human you might hear someone in the third reich describe a given people based on their characteristic as an infestation or subhuman subhuman but that's what the president of the united states is doing right now and it's not just with mexican immigrants conflating congressman ilan omar with the terrorists from nine eleven even encouraging that chanting in north carolina of send her back <hes>. Let's not mince words right now that this president is encouraging urging greater racism and not just the racist rhetoric but but the violence that's so often follows this shooter in the manifesto sites in part for his inspiration the shooter in christ's church new zealand who cites donald trump as as his inspiration <hes> this anti immigrant rhetoric rick and again it is not just president trump but he's certainly as the person in the position of greatest public trust in power most responsible for this is fox news. This is what we're seeing on the internet. This is the toleration of intolerance and hatred and racism in this country. This is what is causing what we're seeing here today and it will continue to happen unless we call it out and unless we change it the f._b._i. Director christopher ray has worn congress congress about the increasing threat of white supremacy in the past. I want you to take a listen to something that f._b._i. Director ray said in april of this year. We've seen an increase in <hes> the reporting of hate crimes and the f._b._i. Zone number of crime cases have increased the danger. I think <hes> <hes> of white supremacist violent extremism or any other kind of violent extremism <hes> is of course significant <hes> we assess that it's a a persistent <hes> pervasive threat if the kinds of shootings we've seen in el paso <hes> or in california in which individual there was suspected to have white supremacist ideology and other white supremacist murders the tree of life synagogue in pittsburgh and on and on if those were muslim men committing meeting those crimes. How do you think congress would be reacting as opposed to the fact that it is white supremacists committing these crimes. They weren't muslim men committing the i know i know that's my point is not a double station. Problem is what i'm saying dan. That's what i'm saying well yeah but let's let's focus on the problem that the f. b. I. director has called out to members of of congress into this country. We have a problem with white nationalist terrorism in united states of america today so so i don't i don't want to to confuse as people about what is going on or use a hypothetical about what if this was somebody else from from a different background or profile the these are white men motivated weighted by the kind of fear that this president traffics in the mosque in victoria texas was burned to the ground on the same day that president trump signed into his order attempting to ban muslim travel to the united states of america when he says after charlottesville clansman and white supremacist and neo nazis these are very fine people <hes> the commander-in-chief is sending a very public signal to the rest of this country about what is permissible and in fact even what he encourages bridges to happen so let's connect the dots here on what is happening and why it is happening and who is responsible for this right now and the fact that it's going to take all of us republicans democrats independents alike rising up standing up to be counted against what this president is doing against this white nationalist racism them against this violence and getting this country back they are saying that our differences are in fact dangerous if you're muslim your your inherently dangerous if you you are an immigrant you are inherently dangerous if you are an asylum seeker. You're invading this country. You are an infestation. <hes> those words have very real consequences excellences. You don't get mass shootings like these. You don't torch mosques. You don't put kids in cages until you have a president. Who's given people permission to do that and that's exactly what's happening happening in the united states of america today just to be clear. I'm not trying to confuse anybody. I was trying to point out that there seems a glaring double standard and how law enforcement and congress talks about these incidents incidence. These are these are white supremacist terrorist acts over and over and over in which people are being murdered and i was trying to offer a hypothetical if it were a different group i feel like it would be a red alarm fire four long fire but but let let me move on because during one of the debates you're twenty twenty opponent governor. Jay inslee washington said that president trump is a quote white nationalist. That was a fairly stark accusation. Do you agree with that. Do you think president and trump is a white nationalist. Yes i do and again <hes> from some of the record that i just recited to you the things that he has said both as a candidate <hes> and then as the president of the united states this cannot be open for for a debate and and you as well as i have a responsibility to call that out to make sure that the american people understand what is being done in their name by the person who holds the highest position of public trust in this land he does not even pretend to respect our differences or to <hes> understand that we are all created created equal. He is saying that some people are inherently defective or dangerous reminiscent of something that you might here in the third reich not something that you expect in the united states of america based on their religion based on their sexual orientation based on their immigration status based on the countries that they come from calling those was in africa shithole nations and saying that he'd like to have more immigration from nordic countries the whitest place on planet earth today so so again. Let's be very clear about what is causing this and who the president is. He is an open avowed racist and is encouraging more racism in this country and this is <hes> incredibly dangerous for the united states of america right now. All of us have a responsibility to stand up and be counted on this issue you in home to el paso yesterday after the shooting to spend sometime <hes> with your wife and your children there are a lot of parents across the country right now trying to talk to their kids about this or even debating whether or not they should tell their the kids about it. What did you tell your kids about what happened in el. Paso i was laying down with with my youngest henry who is eight years old <hes> and he was asking me question after question after question about why this is this is happening <hes> for him and really frankly for me. It is so hard to believe that this happened in el paso it's it's one of the safest places in in america and safe in large part because of our differences a quarter of those with whom we live were born somewhere else chose. This country made us better by their presence. Why why is this happening here. Why would somebody come to our community. I don't know how he got here but it's it's a ten eleven twelve hour drive to come here in in order to do this. You know some of this odd explained to you in terms of what our president has done in terms of this environment of racism in this country really hard though for a child understand why anyone would do this to anyone else but my responsibility your responsibility is to make this better for henry rian for generations that that followers they need to know that we knew exactly what was happening in the face of that we stood up and did the right thing and i'm one hundred percent it focused on doing that right now all right former congressman that over arc from his home city of el paso a city that is grieving today <hes> good luck to you and your fellow citizens reasons <hes> it is a horrible day and we're all thinking about you. 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When you heard about the el paso shooting and then you wake up and hear about dayton first of all the horror of it having been the mayor of a big city you we know the horrors of mass shootings and what it does and so my first and foremost obviously your your thoughts and prayers are with all of the victims families please who've lost people the people who now have months years of of recovery but you also know that thoughts and prayers are not enough and i turn my attention to the person who is leading this country who is in my opinion this moral moment who is failing and i think that at the end of the day especially because this this was a white supremacist manifesto <hes> that i want to say with more moral clarity that donald trump is responsible for this. He's he's responsible because he is stoking fears and hatred and bigotry. He is responsible because he's failing to condemn white supremacy and see it as is it is which is responsible for such a significant amount of the terrorist attacks he's responsible because he is president united states and has failed to do anything significant to stop the mass availability of weapons to people who intend to do harm and lastly. He's responsible because leaders take responsibility. We are responsible for each other. In this culture in this society and our president and the highest moral position in the land should should be taking responsibility in this painful difficult moment and coming forward and telling us what he will do to address hate to address white supremacy address the availability guns to address this mass violence his talking about the cowardice of others <hes> is more of a reflection of his failure to take responsibility and cowardice powered isn't a time that we need courageous leadership now the the the screed the document that the law enforcement is currently looking into about whether or not this terrorist this white supremacist in el paso wrote it he he uses the language that we've heard from the president in terms of calling migrants coming into this this country and invasion. It's in the second sentence of this manifesto screed <hes> which is obviously something the president trump has said but but the shooter also said that he thought on this way and had these beliefs before president trump and the president trump is not responsible. I don't know how you make sense of any of this. But what did you think when you when you saw that all bass murderer whose trafficking in hatred and bigotry all literally trying to give some kind of expo spoke sculpture tori a reaction to the president. I mean come on our president right. Now is using the same language a racism of bigotry white supremacy the way this president is talking about immigrants the way he's talking about minorities in this country <hes> these are the words that are used by the kind of folks it that are in the darkest corners of the internet and as we see in this terrorist attack back the kind of people that are ultimately manifest that hatred and violence and for him not to take responsibility for that is a moral failing and for him not to understand failure to condemn it or see the seriousness the majority of terrorist attack since nine eleven have been whitening white right wing extremists the majority of those have been white supremacists and we have a president that not only is failing to call out white supremacy who in charlottesville tried to to create a savagely false equivalency but but he himself is using the language of hate on a regular basis talk about congress people to condemn urban places to talk about immigrants he is responsible in his language and he is fuelling and giving yson's to this kind of hate our country. There's this theory. I think it's called scott. Tastic terrorism which is the idea of a leader using the mass media to demonize zemun is a particular group whether it's jews or immigrants or whomever and then what appears to be lone lone wolf individuals psychotics attacking that one group <hes> where the individual attack is not predictable but the general real trend of it is predictable because of the amplification of the bigotry and it sounds like you are saying not to be using you're not using the clinical clinical terms of of of of <hes> scholastic terrorism but it sounds like you are in a way holding president trump responsible for some of these individual acts whether it's the tree of life synagogue shooting shooting or el paso check. I just want to continue to speak in this time with moral clarity. We are a nation where we as a poets. We are each other's bond we each other's magnitude. We belong to each other and we have a president of the united states who is savagely frame the bonds of our nation by speaking consistently words of hatred words of division words of demonization and demagoguery. He is fueling a climate that it is tearing at the fabric and fuelling an environment where we're we're white. Supremacists and people who have ill-will are finding more and more license listens to strike out against the vulnerable to strike out against the immigrant to strike out against quote unquote the other this is a moral moment in our country three and our president is failing in his moral role to unite this nation to heal to bring about the best of humanity in america work and so he is response available for what is going on and is doing nothing nothing to stop the carnage the chaos nothing in terms of gun legislation nothing in terms of of taking steps against white supremacy that we should take nothing in terms of the kind of rhetoric that elevates that brings together that bonds instead. He is ripping at our nation. He is tearing people down. He's tearing us apart. This is a moral moment and he is failing this nation and what we saw in this last twenty four hours i he must be held responsible. Let's talk about the bold ambitious <hes> overreaching depending on one's point point of view. I suppose <hes> gun control plan that that you have said you would pursue as president <hes> as the senate has been reluctant to take up any gun legislation asian in the wake of mass shootings including after twenty. Little children were killed at sandy hook <hes> whether it's universal background checks or red flag laws. What are you proposing that. You think you could actually get through the senate and i'm sorry to to to put it. You're talking about morality and i totally appreciate that on on in a morning like this but they're also is the morality and there's what can get through the senate well again. Remember strong. Thurman longest filibuster in senate history was just trying to stop civil rights legislation but we were this nation that when people died whether it was shirt waist factory factory fire we changed laws in the senate in response to women throwing themselves out windows dying to their death in those in those sweatshops we were. We're a nation that overcame filibusters in the senate when four girls were killed in a bombing we responded and so now here we are a moral moment again and it's not for girls or the horrific deaths of women. This is mass shooting after mass shooting before we can even bury our dead ed another one happens and so you want to know about our president. That will take responsibility. Don't tell me what can't get done. Senate is replete with a history of things it could not pass but then did what we need is a leader who is going to have a bold and ambitious plan and let me tell you i make no bones about it. I challenge everyone in the democratic primary race to have to join me on common sense things like gun licensing. If in this country you need a license aisin's to drive a car. You should need a license to buy and possess a firearm states that have done that have seen dramatic drops and shootings shootings and the problem is right now as we saw recently in gilroy and in gavin newsom spoke to this the governor of california that we now have a reality where because because the laws are actually getting strict in some states the way these mass shooters get their weapons go to the neighboring state with less laws. We need to stop. This patchwork of laws in our country endangers people everywhere. We need to have a federal policy of gun. Licensing of of one handgun a month of the kind of things i put out my plan that are evidence based that will drive down shootings will end this nightmare of the kind of carnage we're seeing and i challenge every democrat to to to stand up in this moment and say that i will do what is necessary to protect folks and by the way we will. How will i get that done the same way. We've gotten the big things done. All the time is having leaders number one or willing to stand up and put forth a bold vision a dream where this country should go and then muster the moral majority majority muster the the the majorities in congress to get done. That's the kind of leader i'll be last question. Sir that is the mass shootings shock walk us and they horrify us twenty people killed in el paso nine people killed in dayton but as you know better than i being the mayor of newark most gun deaths are not from mass shootings most gun deaths are not from semi automatic weapons most most gun deaths in terms of homicides are from handguns and they're individuals individuals like the people that you invoke the victims on the street in newark <hes>. How would your legislation prevent those the ones that don't get the media attention because they're they're one offs. They're incidents that take place in the inner city and frankly because their individual and because it takes place in the high crime areas the media doesn't pay as much attention to it jake. That's why this is such a personal issue for me. This is why feel so driven because when mass shooting waiting to mass shooting as as frequent as they're getting where we barely even have time to to digest one in our in our in our gut we see another one happened but the reality is in communities like mine. You know you see these happening with chilling frequency every day. In america hundred people dying due to gun violence and for me having seen a child teenager bleed out trying vainly to stop them from bleeding seeing enshrines on street corners with teddy bears and candles to children kill going to the perversion of funeral where parents are bearing their children and this is what drives me on this issue why i'm gonna use every moment of this presidential campaign and god willing in my presidency to drive this point home we need fold measures full-throated commitment to deal with this uniquely american problem with americans need to know this does not happen at any way in any way in other countries unless they're in war than we've had more people die in this nation in the last fifty years to this gun violence crisis than all of our wars combined from the revolutionary war to the wars in the middle east. This is a uniquely american problem but i believe we can solve it with that unique american spirit. The chest says enough. We were going to do the things we know that can protect your families in our communities and our houses of worship and our concerts in our malls. Also we have to stop this before visits upon your community this time for moral courage. It is time for more courageous empty. We need leaders. Take responsibility responsability all right senator cory booker democratic new jersey. Thanks for joining us on this this tough day appreciate it. Sir thank you guys are terrible taking care of their health. Whether it's a knee injury bad back or something worse guys usually more comfortable rubbing dirt on it than seeing a doctor. I'm guilty of it myself. The same is true for erectile l. Dysfunction studies show seventy percent of guys who experience he d- don't get treated for it. Thankfully roman created an easy way to chat with a doctor online with roman. You can get medical care for e._d. 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These two shootings el paso dayton there. Some of the deadliest mass shootings in our country's history between them. They've left at least twenty nine. People dead forty two injured in a thirteen hour span. Do you think this is actually going to spur lawmakers into action action well. Every time this happens we say never again. We say we're going to do something. We say it's going to change and it hasn't. I've been thinking a lot about the fact that this same debate and the same cycle has been going on my entire adult life and i'm wondering what it will take to get the sense sense of urgency to get washington to actually respond especially when americans frankly in both parties want to see changes at least some basic commonsense measures on gun safety not to mention the need to stand up to white nationalist terrorism and we got a call that what it is if we're going to fight it. I wonder i wonder what it will take to deliver the sense of urgency. After sandy hook we said surely after this and time and time again this has happened at the end of the day without a political change will get the solutions we need but if it if this doesn't do it i don't know what will you have a personal connection to the mall where the massacre in el paso took place. What was your emotional reaction. When you first heard the news of that shooting when i hear the heard heard the words cielo vista i thought about being a teenager being excited that my grandma is going to take to the mall because we used to visit every summer just think of it as a as americans should be able to think think of of of shopping malls as either place to go grab something or replace teenagers look forward to going to and instead. It's a place where americans were murdered in a terrorist attack and it's happening all over i mean to go from el paso paso dayton in a matter of hours and meanwhile to continue to deal with the fact that <hes> we lose so many lives one at a time to gun violence on a daily basis around the country including in my hometown we cannot continue accepting the unacceptable as if nothing could be done. We're the only country in the developed world where this happens routinely and and we we rub up rub our hands as though there was some cosmic ause mic force. This is the consequence of policy failures. It's time to act <hes>. There's still so much we don't know about both of these shootings your gun safety plan calls for a variety of measures from banning military style. Semi automatic rifles to establishing a nationwide gun licensing system. I know i don't have to listen to for mass casualty atrocities that have led democrats to push time and time again for for far legislation far less sweeping than what you're proposing just closing the gun show loophole for example legislation that every time fails is there a proposal. You have to end these mass shootings. We're at least curtail them that you think could get through the u._s. Senate here's the thing in america things are impossible until they happen and time and time again talk something hopeful <hes> we have seen policy breakthroughs around issue after issue in this country. It's time for gun safety to be that issue. We're the impossible became possible by the way how can it be impossible at least deliver something like universal background checks ninety percent of americans most republicans most gun owners want to see happen either. This senate needs to respond to the american. People or this senate needs to be replaced not to mention the need for a president who will actually do something about gun safety in this country and do something about standing up to white nationalist terror. I can just tell you as a journalist. I've literally i've literally been covering the debate over closing the gun show loophole since you were in high school i mean i remember covering it in nine hundred ninety nine and interviewing senator john mccain when he said he was going to support closing the gun show loophole and even even that couldn't get through the u._s. senate. There's a tweet out there. I forget who wrote it. Some something along the lines of the moment that this country decided did it was acceptable for twenty first and second graders to be massacred at sandy hook was the moment this country decided that it was not going to do gun control no matter what look at the beginning of this decade it was considered preposterous that somebody like me could be married by the end of this decade at least in my state of indiana china <hes> we have to believe in the possibility of political change but we also have to hold our leaders accountable when they failed to deliver it and this isn't just a policy issue. This is a cultural issue. This is a question of how we handle responsible gun ownership. You know here's something to think about this sunday morning in gun a tool or is it an idol anytime i've carried or handled a weapon whether it was in afghanistan for self defense or whether it was to go skeet shooting hunting. I viewed it as a tool but if the gun corporation lobby which is what the n._r._a. Is is now has people viewing as a thing to be loved a thing to be protected a thing that is a source of our freedom and power and and a thing to which we are willing to sacrifice human life. Isn't that the definition of a false god. We've got to change our thinking. We can absolutely honor a second amendment rights for responsible gun owners without shooting down. Even the most basic common sense measures to save american lives including including our children or we can fail yet again. The choices right in front of the question is whether we're serious about this or not. We can't go on like this. I was part of what i feel like. Was this first generation where school shootings were routine now. We've seen a second. Are we really going to allow to be a third. Are we going to be proud of what we've done. By by five ten years from now on the current track wrong we already have more guns than people in this country <hes> but they're saying by twenty thirty one hundred and thirty million more guns on the street we could tell our kids by twenty thirty that we finally changed or we could let it be one of those issues that we just accept the unacceptable for as long as we look in the beginning of this interview you talked about how to dimensions to this the gun laws and the white supremacist ideology. Let's turn to the white supremacist ideology if you could police are investigating reading this document the screed filled with white nationalist and racist hatred towards <hes> latinos immigrants. They believe it to be written by the alleged terrorist in el paso taxes. Now you said in response to the el paso massacre quote america's under attack from homegrown white nationalist terrorism. You also referenced since nine eleven inspiring your generation into action and you call for similar action once again. Why do you think there is a reluctance in the congress and in the f._b._i. To to label and investigate white supremacist terrorism which is what we're seeing in a way that there is no reluctance to condemn other forms of terrorism islamist or other kinds. I think is because our politicians are embarrassed. Certainly are whitehouse's embarrassed. There's a parallel between i mean the failure to keep our election safe from russian interference because acknowledging that that's a problem would be embarrassing to this president who benefited from it and the fact that confronting white nationalist terrorism would be embarrassing to a president who helped stoke many of these feelings in this country to begin with but it's time to turn the page it's time to move on in and actually do something this administration actually cut funding for homeland security programs on countering violent extremism and has as far as i can tell l. not produce any kind of national strategy on far right terrorism after nine eleven. We swore up and down. We were going to be different. We said this was going to change as being attacked by terrorists was going going to make us better than we were. What about this time is being attacked by terrorists. Now homegrown white nationalist terrorists going to make us better or are we going to allow those terrorists to make us worse and more divided the choices are but it requires leadership and we are emphatically not getting that leadership from this white house or or from congressional republicans now if the white house is beyond redemption so be it but congressional republicans have a choice every member of congress right now and the senate in the republican party. I believe knows better at least some of them. No better and one of the reasons i think so many of them are leaving is because they don't have the heart to stay but they don't have the courage to stand up to the current reality. If there was ever time for that to change its now what is the current reality <hes> congressman federal work and governor jay inslee has said that they think president and trump is a white nationalist do at best he's condoning and encouraging nationalism look when you got people chanting jews will will not replace us in the streets of charlottesville and somebody gets killed in an act of terror and the president's he's very fine people there whenever president who made his career politically on demonizing humanizing mexicans and now we're seeing reports that the shooter yesterday had his goal is killing as many mexicans as possible. You don't have to use a lot of imagination nation to connect the dots here. This is very clear that this kind of hate is being legitimized from on high and if that were not true the president would be acting and speaking very very differently than what he's doing right now one last question the shooter now paso could be facing the death penalty in texas and this seems like the kind of example of a case where you know you probably could get very strong support for somebody like this a white nationalist assuming he's found guilty in a court of law a white nationalist white supremacist murdering innocent people because of their race or the color of their skin but you don't support capital punishment would you would you oppose it in this case as well. Give your against it. Then you're against it and of course we can find cases of heinous situations people. Perhaps that's who deserve to die. Just never met anybody who deserves to kill all right fair enough mayor people to judge. Thank you for joining us horrible day really appreciate your time time. 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Thanks for joining us on this horrible morning. <hes> tell us how you reacted when you learned about these horrific mass murders like all other americans heartbroken. <hes> i have a family i can only imagine what the families in el paso in dayton this going through and i also think like many people <hes> it is infuriating to see another to mass shootings when and we average shooting day now in the united states and we know what we need to do to change the country <hes> i think i have both of those spewing this morning. What do we need to do to change as a country what can be done to if not stop this at least curtail it. We need to do a whole slew louis things <hes> from ensuring that we have universal background checks to limiting the capacity magazines <hes> to ensuring during that we have red flag laws out there that are able to catch <hes> individuals who may represent a danger to themselves or to other people we we also need a renewed assault weapons ban so that these semi automatic weapons. These weapons of war are not out out there on the streets. <hes> you know in most americans i believe support these kinds of measures but because of the inaction of congress of politicians who listened to special interests instead of listening to the american people we haven't made the progress that we should. Let's talk about the el paso shooting in your home state. Law enforcement officials are right now. Investigating document that they believe was written by the alleged shooter the alleged terrorist and this document i is filled with white nationalist and racist hatred towards immigrants specifically hispanics. You would be the first latino man ever elected president. I don't know if you read the document or or have read about it but i'm wondering what your reaction has just <hes> i did have a chance needs to to read through <hes> the manifesto and i mean this is something that <hes> represents the complete opposite eight of the country that i know and the state of texas that i know what's special about place like el paso and city like san antonio that i'm from our that now for generations it has been a bi cultural place where people of different backgrounds get along <hes> they go to church together. Are they go to school together. They live near one another. <hes> you know there is a lot of <hes> you know camaraderie a sense of community. It's so different from the picture that that shooter was a painting of what we can become in the united states and <hes>. I know that is dark. Heart does not reflect what's in the hearts of the vast majority of americans no matter what their background is and this is another example of the hate the bigotry that we have to reject it also points to the fact that we need leadership ship at every level in our public and private life that is encouraging people to understand each other to have compassion and respect act for one another and to appreciate our differences instead of to fuel bigotry and hate and division your <hes> campaign rival and fellow tax in former congressman bedroll rourke said quote president trump's racism does not just offend our sensibilities. It fundamentally changes the character character of this country and it leads to violence <hes>. You haven't gone that far this morning. <hes> do you think that congressman work is saying something. That's unfair fair. Do you see any sort of link between the comments. The president makes and this kind of violence. What do you think oh. I believe that president trump is making it worse. Look <hes> <hes> you know. The person that is responsible for this shooting is the shooter at the same time. If you're in a position of leadership you set the tone for the country and there's no question that this president is setting a tone of division and fanning the flames of bigotry and hate and you know he's not making any better is making it worse worse and so i do believe that president trump himself. I hope it personally the events of the last twenty four hours will cause that's him to reflect on the kind of president that he has been and what he wants for this country so that as he goes forward <hes> <hes> he can try and unify the country more than he has <hes> sometimes for some people and i believe this for the president division is a political critical strategy bigotry. It's a way of stirring some people up so that they'll vote for you. That's dangerous. President trump condemned the shooting in el paso so he called it a quote hateful act an act of cowardice <hes>. What's your response to that. Is that enough. The president needs to be quicker. You're in the future to routinely condemn the type of hate that we see in this country and to refrain. I'm from stirring up that kind of bigotry whether it's at those rallies or after what happened in charlottesville you know now. This president has been terrible when it comes to trying to bring us together as americans four of the ten ten deadliest mass shootings in modern american history took place in your home state of texas. <hes> twenty six people were killed at the first baptist church in sutherland springs in two thousand seventeen twenty three killed at luby's cafeteria nine hundred ninety. One eighteen killed at the university of texas nine hundred sixty six now twenty twenty people killed in el paso. What do you make of that fact that almost half of the most deadly shootings in the united states in modern american history have happened in your home on state taxes the n._r._a. For years has said that the answer to these mass shootings. It's more guns that a good guy with a gun is the answer but i'll tell you jake think about this and i hope that your viewers will think about this. We're in texas. That shooter went into a situation where where people routinely carry guns concealed carry is allowed here open carry his allowed here. Campus carry is allowed here. He knew that he was he was going into a walmart mart with one or two thousand people in it. Certainly people are packing that didn't deter him that didn't determine at all and it didn't keep those people safe your fellow presidential candidate cory booker suggested that even twenty twenty candidates who don't support his gun licensing implant requiring every gun owner in america to get a license the same way drivers will get a driver's license that if you don't support your part of the problem do you support gun licensing zinc and if not how do you respond to senator booker. I do think that we have to strengthen our laws. When it comes to knowing who has these guns <hes> when sold who do they change hands into and so you know i think that cory booker <hes> has a good point about having more information about who has these guns but we i also have to combine that with <hes> things like red flag laws that give courts the ability to take guns out of the hands of people people who shouldn't have them in the first place <hes> people who represent a danger to themselves or to somebody else secretary castro. Thanks so much for joining us today on this horrible sunday. We appreciate your time. Sir thank you what makes great political journalism. 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E. learn more at poly log dot com joining me now from las vegas. Nevada is democratic presidential candidate in california senator comma harris senator under harris. I would say good morning. It's obviously not a good morning. What is your reaction to the mass shootings in el paso yesterday and then you wake up to find out what happened in dayton ohio earlier today well that's exactly it went to sleep just morning the tragedy of it and <hes> and frankly frankly really it's it's a combination of feelings <hes> none of which of course match the feelings of the families of those victims but the sadness the frustration shen and frankly the anger jake <hes> because we can do something about this and and so you put that fact right that we actually can do something and you combine that with the fact that our children are right now living in fear like seriously living in fear our children are going going to school everyday elementary middle high school students having to have a drill were they are taught about how they have to crouch in a corner are hide in a closet closet in the event that there is a mass shooter roaming the hallways of their school. If you talk to our children they will tell you. They are afraid to go to school. They sit in a classroom and they should be paying attention to a teacher and learning the wonders of math or science or music but half their brain is aware sure that somebody might walk through that back door carrying an assault weapon so it's just it's tragic on so many levels apples but the frustration that i feel comes from knowing that they're actually action. We can take action impact on let let's talk about that. You've you've laid out a number of executive executive orders and executive actions that they would take half and what are they but let me tell you why because we don't lack for good ideas. They're all kinds of good ideas. I've had some plenty of my friends and colleagues or running for president have some great ideas. I'm supporting them. We don't don't lack for good ideas. We lack for action so yes when elected. I am prepared to take executive action. If congress doesn't pull its act together. I will give after being elected elected. The united states congress one hundred days to pull it together. Put a bill on my desk for signature and if they do not i will take executive of action and do three things in particular. I'll put in place a comprehensive background check. Why because it's just logical that you might wanna know before someone can by lethal weapon if they've been found by court to be a danger to themselves or others you might just want to know before somebody can by gun if they have been found on by a court to be guilty of committing a violent crime so background checks. I'm going to require that. We put resources into a._t._f. So they can take the licenses of gun dealers who break the law. Do you know that up to ninety percent of the guns associated with crime are sold by just five percent of the gun dealers. We need to take their licenses and then the third piece is by executive action. I'll put in place a ban on the importation of assault what weapons into our country because we gotta get this under control and again. It's within our ability to act and i know there's been there's been a lot of conversation this morning about many things but you know the the reality is that we are not without hope on this issue where without action and you know you leaders got elite lead and in particular when our babies when our children are living in fear and they are so law enforcement officials are investigating this document this screed that they believe was written by the suspected terrorist who conducted the el paso massacred words filled with white nationalist white supremacist racist hatred towards immigrants specifically towards hispanics your former prosecutor cuter. Was this a hate crime. Was this an act of domestic terrorism assuming that the document is right. What's your take on the legality of it based on everything i know yes and yes and yes hate crime and act of domestic terrorism and on that point and i'm in las vegas as you mentioned <hes>. I did a big rally last night. Las vegas experienced one october. Which was the deadliest mass shooting in recent history. A couple of days before i was in colorado and of course columbine happened there and then in in my home state of california gilroy and and so let's talk about it when we're talking about domestic terrorism <hes> we also have to recognize that under this administration they have not been putting the resources into investigating in dealing dealing with these cases as they are what they are which is to your point domestic terrorism and so there also has to be some accountability by this administration to take these cases seriously and call them what they are and this is where we also have to acknowledge that we have a president of the united states who uses the microphone which is probably one of the most powerful tools in the hand of the president of the united states and uses that microphone in a way that is about sewing hate and and division in our country in a way that is about not acknowledging domestic terrorism when it occurs and in a way that is highly irresponsible responsible and not a reflection of the values and the morals of who we are as the american people president trump condemn shooting in el paso is a quote hateful act in an act of cowardice. You're twenty two thousand nine hundred congressmen bedroom. I work told me this morning. He believes president trump is not only encouraging racist rhetoric or engaging in racist rhetoric eric but is also responsible for racist violence because he is creating this atmosphere. Do you agree what role if any do you see the president playing when it comes to this obviously the shooter is responsible for the shooting but in terms of the environment of hatred. What's your view of that yeah well. My view is pretty pretty simple and direct which is there is a consequence to the words that the president of the united states speaks and when she she uses the microphone in a way that is about elevating public discourse and speaking to our better selves in our higher angels there will be a consequence for that as well well. We have a current president of the united states who does not understand the responsibility that comes with the office which is to be a leader on every level including encouraging challenging us to be our best selves instead we have occupant of the white house in donald donald trump who completely and continuously goes to the lowest common denominator so yes. I do believe there's consequence to his words. Your fellow senator and two thousand twenty opponent cory booker said he was frustrated that some of his fellow candidates do not support his plans for gun licensing gun licensing zing pardon me and he's calling on his opponents to support. You said you agree with lots of your competitors ideas. Is that one of them. Do you support federal gun licensing. It's a great idea. I think it's a great idea but again jake. My issue is i. I do think it's a great idea. There are a lot of great ideas and and this is not about corey. It's about the just the fact of it. We have not lacked for great ideas. This has been going on for far too long long. You can go back to the reason that we have the brady bill. You can go back to president reagan being shot. You can go back to you know in my my backyard in san francisco one. Oh one california we are not lacking for good ideas. We are lacking for congress to have the courage to <music> act and listen and i want to say something else that i think is really really important to also acknowledge recognize those children who are having those drills else are not registered with any political party and could give a you know what about what party you are registered with to vote. They are are scared. Those victims of these crimes their families will mourn them not through the identity of the party with which they were registered mr to vote. This is ridiculous. That congress is simply not have the courage to stand up and have the spine to to say hey. It's a false choice to say. You're either in favor of the second amendment or you wanna take everyone's guns away. That's a false choice have the courage to say fine if y'all wanna go hunting but we need reasonable gun safety laws in our country including universal background checks including luding a renewal of the assault weapons ban assault weapons were designed to kill a lot of people quickly. There is no oh reason for them to be available on the streets of a civil society senator comma harris democrat of california yeah and a presidential candidate coming to us from las vegas nevada this morning. Thank you so much. Thanks remember to create an ad like this. One visit visit pure winning dot com slash c._n._n. Joining me now from las vegas democratic presidential candidate and senator from vermont bernie sanders <hes> senator under these conditions. It's horrible to bring you in to talk about this but thank you for doing so to mass shootings in within thirteen hours us. You tweeted just a few minutes ago. Quote mr president stop your racist hateful and anti immigrant rhetoric your language creates a climate which emboldens nhs violent extremists. Could you elaborate on more what you mean by that tweet look. I am sure that president trump does not want anybody. In this country tree go round shooting other people but what he has got to understand is that when you have language that is racist that that is virulently anti immigrant there are mentally unstable people in this country who see that as a sign to do to terrible terrible all things so i think the president has got to stop that racist racism and xenophobia immediately a second of all a a jake. I think the issue of the moment is whether the n._r._a. Will continue to determine gun policy in america despite despite the fact that the overwhelming majority of the american people gun owner was a non gun owners want commonsense gun safety legislation so i have asked mitch mcconnell republican leader of the senate. Bring us back to watch the end the recess right now. Let us sit down. Don't work on the kind of legislation that we need. The truth of the matter is the the american people want to expand a background background checks. They want to end the so-called gun show loophole they want to in many cases ban assault weapons and my own view is we may they wanna be thinking about treating sold weapons the same way we treat machine guns today having very strict license requirements for them. We wanna i wanna make sure that we end the process by which people can legally walk into a gun show by all of the guns that they want and then sell those guns to criminal middle elements so there's a lot to be worked on but i think the american people are sick and tired of the n._r._a. Determining gun policy in america as you yeah no machine guns in this country are very tightly regulated. It's almost impossible to get one <hes> you're. You're you really think that the united states senate would vote for measure that would make them as difficult to obtain a semi automatic assault rifles as a difficult to obtain as machine guns jake. Here's the fact there are somewhere between five to ten million assault weapons on the streets of america. Today that is more unbelievably. The united states military has so what we need to do is to sit down together and determine for start clearly. I think no more sale distribution of assault weapons and then figure out how we go forward at a time when you know it's doesn't listen. Give me a good feeling to say this but we all know what to be true. There are thousands of people in this country and every state in america who are either suicidal or homicide lettuce the sad reality of mental health in america today and when you have hundreds of millions of guns out there at five ten million assault weapons not it's not a good mix. That's not a good combination so we need to do some bold thinking but essentially do what the american people want not what the n._r._a. wants c._n._n. Has learned that a twitter twitter account linked to the suspected terrorists in all paso was sharing and retweeting some of president trump's tweets and postings about the the border wall and president trump has condemned the shooting and if that so-called manifesto that screed by the accused shooter was his when i believe law enforcement says they think it is he does say i felt this way long before president trump but given that what do you make the fact that that he was re tweeting some of president trump's tweets about the wall and look. I mean clearly donald trump does not want anybody shooting down innocent people you know trump and i disagree on everything but i'm not suggesting you for one second. That's what trump wants but what he has to understand. Stand in a nation where you have many many thousands of people who are mentally unstable that when you talk about invasions hordes of people and when you you talk about mexicans as criminals and rapists and the country of the siege you'll have unstable people who see that as a sign that they have got to take up arms and do the horrific things that we just saw in el paso so look bottom line is if there is any civil lining in this horrible horrible horrible a period in american history it is that all of us conservatives progressives republicans democrats independents have got to come together and think our way through this but the bottom line is the n._r._a. Is way way way out of touch with where the american people are on the issue of gun safety mitch mitch mcconnell and donald trump have got to stand up to the n._r._a. And let's sit down and figure out a path forward that protects the american people one of the things jake that bothers me so much is that you got kids who will soon be going back to school and these kids are traumatized by these invents. They're worried that when they go into a school which should be a place of learning a place where kids enjoy each other and now now they're they're frightened so don't underestimate the trauma that this has on children and all americans. This is a major major issue and we've got to to come together to resolve it. One of your twenty twenty rivals congressman better overall told me this morning that he believes president. Trump is a white supremacist or a white nationalist. Do you agree. I do look and it gives me no pleasure to say this but i think all of the evidence out there suggests that we have a president who is a racist who is a xenophobe hope who appeals and is trying to appeal to white nationalism and you know it breaks my heart to have to say that this is the person we have was president of the united states if you don't don't mind my asking a personal question because you're not really one for that but after the tree of life shooting which was also part of this deranged changed white supremacist theory of jews bringing in latinos to commit white genocide on this country so this it was no longer a white country again. This is an insane conspiracy theory from the far fringes of the fever swamps of the internet that was what motivated the tree of life terrorist against jews. You would be the first jewish president and i'm wondering if you feel less comfortable less safe in america today then you did ten or twenty years ago jake. It's not only jews and you're right. I went to that synagogue in pittsburgh and talked to the rabbi there and what a horrible shooting that was it is the african american community community don't have to deal with the mowing down of people in a church in their community. It is the muslim community today the terrible attack attack on a mosque in in australia. I was at a mosque in meeting with muslim leaders in los angeles. It is latino community. It is the gay community mm unity and again this is we can disagree on healthcare and the environment education policies but there should not be in a moment in american history where we have a president who is very deliberately trying to divide us up based on our religion based on where we came from based on the color of our skin that is so un-american that is so much against everything that i was led to believe you will lead to believe the american people led led to believe about what this country stands for you know and we've gotta get over that and i hope i hope that trump understands that. Maybe he's got to change the way he is doing. Things and i hope very much that mitch mcconnell will have the courage to bring us back to washington and put together legislation which has the white supported the american people. This is radical stuff. This is what the american people want. They want expanded expanded background checks. I want to end the gun show loophole and they want to end the straw man perdition. Many people want to ban assault weapons. Maybe we should go further but we have got to come together as a people. We cannot let the n._r._a. Dominate the discussion senator bernie sanders. Thank you so much for joining us on this horrible day. Thank you have metric trick the cases we gotta find who wrote this. No we do that. We find the killer. The science defined out police used luminol a a chemical which glows when it comes into contact with the iron component in blood the drama but where was the rifle and which richmond was telling the truth forensic files the legendary true crime show is now a podcast join investigators the gators as they take on the toughest cases with cutting edge scientific tools subscribe now with apple podcasts with new episodes every monday and thursday chris day. You'll never miss out on getting your forensic fix joining me now twenty twenty democratic presidential candidate and and ohio congressman tim ryan congressman ryan your reaction to the mass shootings in el paso yesterday and then of course you wake up to learn what happened in your home state of ohio in dayton yeah no it just it's brutal <hes> jake. I think the whole country is exhausted. <hes> scared me when you're getting calls. We've got kids going to school. Parents are scared to death the send their kids the school you watch the videos of this and you see walmart in the background dillard's dillard's in the background the churches in the background of some of these shootings and you'd think there's no place safe to go and that's eating at us as a country which his why are part of the reason why are anxiety level is so high and then you know what happened down in el paso with you cannot connect you cannot not connect the president of the united states and his rhetoric. I read that manifesto this morning. <hes> a couple of times in the language in there is so similar to the kind of language that you hear in a trump rally you see in his tweets and the president isn't just speaking to you know really smart art people who are stable at his rallies. He's speaking to the lowest common denominator to wear this. Jackass gets in a car and drives ten hours to go kill latinos and hispanics and mexicans mostly mexicans. I mean he's creating a culture in an environment german in which this stuff keeps happening and we're so dysfunctional you mentioned that we <hes> in the last interview we passed universal background checks out of the house of representatives. It's sitting at mitch mcconnell's doorstep right now and he needs to act on it in this country does need the mobilize and get them to act on it earlier in the show congressman when you're twenty twenty rival better rourke said that he thought president trump was a white nationalist. I ask bernie sanders. If he agreed he said yes. I ask people to judge if he agreed he said at the very least he makes white nationalist. Feel comfortable or words to that effect. What do you think is president. Trump will white nationalist while the white nationalist think he's a white nationalist and that's that's the crux of the problem. They support him the david dukes of the world. I i support him. They said he's going to implement their agenda. That's all you need to know and it's causing killings happening here in the united united states and it's created a toxic culture now in the united states around the immigration issue around now now on the gun issue <hes> in and he has to bear responsibility more than anything the laws and executive orders president of the united states they create culture and that culture can say we're going to reach for the stars and we're gonna go to the moon or that culture can be you know go back to where you came from or you come from a shithole country. I mean those are two different examples. What kind of country do we want and we have got to mobilize qu- people cannot be quiet anymore. I'm not saying we gotta yell and scream. I'm saying we've gotta how to act in people who are on the sidelines who want to kind of ignore the toxicity. That's happening have got a step up so we can actually start getting some stuff done. You used to have an a rating from the n._r._a. And you have changed your views. Why did you change your mind on supporting further restrictions on gun ownership ownership because i'm a living breathing adult who is awake and watching what's happening and and could no longer watch the inaction <hes> happening. I come from a state like ohio. Where we we have a sportsman's culture we we hunt and so that's kind of where i started <hes> politically but watching kids get killed in schools and watching the nightclubs and what happened in nevada. I see i didn't want anything to do with it. Not only do. I have an f rating now. <hes> i gave every dollar that i got from the n._r._a. To the gun control groups groups <hes> because i want them to have the resources they need to continue to push <hes> this message out and and we've got to activate were starting to have conversations conversations jake with some of these groups about a national vigil tomorrow night about eight o'clock where the whole country goes out by candles. Go go to your town square. You know get your priest. Get your pastor. Let's go out and let the world know that this is unacceptable. We're not gonna yell and scream. I think we should do twenty nine minutes of silence one minute for each of the victims that were killed in the last two days. I certainly invite all of the other the presidential candidates to help communicate this with with their <hes> email lists and all the people that were always asking them for money and asking them to do things. Let's do a national vigil tomorrow night with twenty nine minutes of silence and start the process of healing this country jake this is this is just exhausting for everybody and and we've got to do something about it and i think we should start immediately <hes> bringing this country together.

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If you want to play that game, hunter on wants bitter at it. Then you are on. Hannah is in full like like. Like Code Red Hunted this entire episode. She has just been fully activated her. Her eyes are GONNA pop out. She's in full on honey, is so she? She goes to Bitch Digest, and she's like I'll just knocked her off the breakfast setup and just like. I really don't WanNa be on her side? Oh! Sixty four sixty four. I keep forgetting. We're not playing Bingo and then Chris's playing with the other gases like this rat people. Caesar's whoever will do this guy drink. Ya GotTa Chet how rich people live to I mean come on. I'm. Drinking Games. Yeah, of course, the point of being rich if you're just GONNA play my uncle's fucking backyard drinking game. What's the difference? And then we get a shot of Alex trying to get into bed because he's, he's bunking over Peter the unit and he's like trying to get into bed and just completely collapses and falls and. Like. Maybe. 'cause wanted to have some concerns about the. Agility and dexterity of the crew. Then we go to me and she's on the phone gossiping with her boyfriend. She's like I don't know my name is weird Dak like I. Mean One of the guys nice, but he's really quiet and she's talking about the. The. Guy From. Game of Thrones Rob as there's already like bromance is forming and her boyfriend goes. That's not good because It makes me nervous. Yeah, and then we go back to now is room and pizza. Like Hey, you want, see my say hi to my dog out of my dog, and then you know Alex is expecting a picture of the dog on the phone whatever, but he actually has the dog's ashes in his keychain or something, and just holds the ashes up, and he's like. I brought my dog on this trip. That is so unit. That's so unit, yeah? And they crack up. Bro, laughing! I'm I'm impressed. It wasn't is nuts that he whipped. So you know they did better than I thought? So Hannah's in the in the Galley and she's like like honey. I can't believe that it's. It's only day one of charter. One and Ky-ko's like everyone in the grew Kiko. She copy copy. Good for you on I cry cry so then there's still playing rock paper, scissors upstairs. and. Hannah Tells Jessica. My Shut nappy should prioritize breakfast service over anything else or are like okay. Fine and So now the next morning, everyone's waking up and Laura excited because she can do service without Hannah around so theoretically. You think this is when Larry is GonNa like well could get out of the park because or or hit it out of the park because she was. She was formerly a first to on thirty five different ways. So we think this is gonNA. Be Your Mama to shine. Emily is like captain. Captain inkers ready Oh. You can start hauling then we get. Laura Laura setting up breakfast. Interior, interior, fresh squeezed orange juice to the bridge. Please and Lars like aw. Fresh orange I hate these things hate doing things. and. So so Jessica. Is Stuck. With this juicer and she's like I'm a quarter Japanese and my Japanese grandma would always tell me whatever you do. You do it the best you can, but this juicers. A beast I was like I was wondering where you're a going with that because I was like. How would we relating this juicer to your ethnic heritage? Okay, I, guess we SORTA got there. Not also every grandmother said that, but it's called to learn about. Learn about you. BS. Can we just by an Aja which. Really. Have you with that? I feel like that is going to be an ongoing joke this season because they cut back to that you a million times. It's going to be like. Jessica's Nemesis, it'd be like the Fridge for Ellen burstyn requiem for a dream, just going to be seeing that juicer in her. In her nightmares, yeah, juicer. I wonder if it's just the same juicer from regular below deck that they sent over here. Every juicer traumatizes everybody that comes near it. And, why is it? Why is it so traumatizing? Just cut an orange and just put it on top and push down right now. You know juicing always looks easy until you're juicing. I went on. Did you stay at one time and I was like? Fuck this Oh my God. That's terrible. You're taking out garbage bags full of Pulp Geez It's annoying. Yes, yes, I know what you're saying suggests and also just at work. You know everything sex. When you're actually work, it's like. Folding Napkins out so I think it's hard. Yeah, that's pretty much with any sort of responsibility of. METOO SO KIKO is in the kitchen American fluffy. Pancakes make people. Happy I love making A. Abba question to our international listeners are pancakes, sort of like the butt of like the world's breakfast foods. Because this is now like there's last year when Mueller was like fine I make American American, American pancakes. Like, I'm not feeling any sort of way I'm just curious. Have we just always like been like Oh pancakes and everyone's like Oh look American pancakes. Look at American with five thousand Calorie breakfast. Yeah, like or are you laughing at us? Yes, of course. So the captain comes up to Kiko interest morning. How're you doing? Did you get some rest and he's like I guess I. Guess means that no okay you need. TAP Right I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA hug. Yeah, in the form of enact a five second right. By a second NAP also Where's that juice I'm getting a little thirsty. I will also require very brown toast and I'm going to transition onto cereal this season because I saw the captain lead loves it so young. She totally did transition to cereal. Jake Amazon leader that means a more serious this season. Get it. So. One thing that's happening is that the guessing around and no first of all they are serving themselves a little bit there like passing around a tray, which is a no no and second of all They WANNA order eggs, but no one has asked them about the eggs. Laura hasn't so they're like. has anyone asked about the eggs and Lara's like? Gills everyone knows you cannot rings without the juice. I'm going to ask them now. Once I have the juice for them, and he's like scrambled egg. There's so many cutting edge. You need to ask them. The kind of and I mean that the most loving way. Fluffy Pancake and she's like I'm waiting for the Jews. Argue a lot No, I pay my Seraphine conflict conflicting situations I. Don't be lawyer. Because I like to defend people and I always seem to be winning all the time, but instead of being a I'm here cleaning cabin so there that. So she offers him eggs and they give her the order. She comes down and she's like whether they want to very easy and he's like over easy, and that means I don't know I'm not a chef. Goes like Oh. The Smile Anyway and Jessica like that fuck. A fried egg yoke like maybe some readiness y'all and he's like okay. Meanwhile downstairs in the crew mess Pete Is. Kind of hot for lower, and he still doesn't know the name is Lara. Orellana and I'm like dude. Like this is. Two days living in the same space as somebody who still don't know her name like that like the put a little effort this, I'm sure her name is written somewhere on some wall or just like Aska producer. terribles goes below deck is always. So units like yeah Larry Land, I like land because that names so fucking. Hi, emily is like Oh. My God la so then upstairs. KY-KO's like. Sunny side up and Laura lease with them and Chris Chris and the guys are ready to go. Chris Love Fast Service in between his games of rock paper scissors. He's like yeah. This should have been faster, so he's ready to go, and they're like dude. Wait for the eggs okay Bra. Because the extra just sitting there, Akiko eggs and Laura's nowhere to be found right so and he goes getting mad, so the thing is the. She went into the cabins. She's doing paths aggressive work where she doesn't want to the cabins, but she's GonNa do them to show like. Oh, the how disorganized! Hannah is in ordering things around, so she's to sort of creek chaos, not way so Jessica's like Yeah, you need to help me and lars, but the cabin that needs to be done and scenes I'm the breakfast cabins and generally no, we're both doing breakfast. and. But the she, we actions Wando the backfires and the doing and you want to read you want. I can read what am I fifty two jobs before coming here was being a professional reader seals. Okay, I can read. The attitude is necessary. He's like Oh my God. They just fighting. You need much more. To that kind of mean. Yeah. So so now justice telling Laura that she took to go to the cabin I guess they got the eggs out or whatever so she's telling her to do. The cabins and By owned! Come down, please when speaking to me. Yeah, the always handy. Calm down. Calm down, please when you speak. Calm. Call become. Why are you so angry? Lady with lots of eyeliner wide. Funny Laura does not want to be bossed around from a third to, and yet is totally unwilling to take directions from Hannah the her boss. Yeah, so then me is talking to rob and rove the rule, and she's like so rob demands being home like did modeling get you out of the house a lot and stuff he's like. Someone helped me actually back. When I was home, I was being naughty I used to transport illegal things to the airport to get my moment to rehabilitation. What. I don't see that coming. It was like a full law and order confessional. WHAT THE HELL! Yeah! Like! Oh, well and so, and and how? How's your mom and he's you know he's like? My mom died of liver or liver failure on years ago, we celebrated in alcoholic with a alcohol should have loved that joke. Say Okay. Glad we had this talk. Never can ask him anything ever. Okay. All Right? Yes, that was that was a great Joe. Got You know you really should have gone to stand up instead of? Drug running anyway the up on deck extending up got it. All? Right Sandy Sandy. No one in particular are ETA is twenty minutes. Dolphins get out of the way because Sandy's coming in working working. Everybody is working some me as I. okay guys, wait wait to put out that Jumpy Square thing K, there is a word for it. They don't remember right now this recap. Just hold off on that because we have to get the tender out first. And units like Hey, we're just gonNA. Push us over the. It's. A treat this like a treat any bitch in my band. Go off the side and get Outta my face. So then Hannah's talking to Kiko shut. Hey, you doing cheeks. He's like I think the service. Is You and me and Jessica because? Because this morning I asked what he's over easy eggs and this girl telling me I'm not schiff and Hanikos. Or on a then we'll keep her own cabins and laundry. I've got the shift on my soul dom nearly this one Ativan drawing. Yeah, and so they're like laughing, but the thing is that Laura is nearby and she's overhearing at all, so Laura's is getting. Know piss urine. So, then meanwhile outside the deckhands are are hauling. Some sort of like heavy thing has got it like I. got it I, got it and she's like no I I can do. I got it I. got it like this of course condescending? Yeah, DOUCHEBAG! Yeah, she's like another week I loved. He's like a God and. So then Chris into the kitchen. To check on things Jessica. He's like Y-. Okay, she's hall got my i. Because it looks like she's crying. She's like no side just got carried in my. How don't know don't know how I got carried in my i? It's there. It's there I guess I have to abandon my dream of going back to my favorite job being an ophthalmologist assistant. Because like all right I want to explain the ice game to your I'm smirnoff is what if that like? We put it in stuff we're opening and then if you get the smear lot five, you got chug it. You gotTa Chug the ice. Drake am power. These people rich I'M GONNA ask that in every scene that they're on. I think. I vaguely heard of that game before I feel it's something that people do do, but I can't really remember where I've heard it, and if it was the thing I think I clearly blocked it out one the one of the useful things my brain has done for me. Is Say you know what Ben? You don't really need to retain that information about the ice game we'll. We'll just raised. That I liked it. It's buried somewhere in you like one day days. Just GonNa. Come out and like retraumatize you. Off Is. Probably. So Kika tells him that they're going to be making for lunch and care and some carrot cake for the birthday girl and he's like Iran Iraq, so then is. Is helping them get something in the water and she's like I don't want to slide off the track. Guys somebody just like pushing it pushing it. On, St Jude Yeah. Getting pushed into the water. So that Hannah goes up to jess and she's like asking Jesper how? was and just like Oh. My God I yeah I definitely got into it with Lara and Housing Oh. You you go into it. Tell me more. My honey is opening up and she's like I. Don't even know how you get into it with Kiko. Look look at this. And they just caught Kiko and he's just like just like shredding carrots. FUCK YOU'LL CABINET Smiling so happily. Cursing and smiling like I'm Kiko. So the debt cancer, putting out the jet ski and beliefs. Tells them stay away from sore and the Catholicos Melania. I went every toy in the water. At all times I want wanted to look like the most fun yacht in the or Shane and every single time. What a nightmare that they have to put those toys every single time and they're only going to hop on a jet ski and slide on the slide flight five seconds the most funniest yard, all of the all of the Mediterranean a town. So just going around hiding. SMIRNOFF ICES and clothes and Hammett goes to Laura. She's like I'm gina much water. There is Hana Gmo. Go to check for me and she's like. Okay, Yup. Okay, yeah, well because she's like she's like honey. Do you know what I'll stock? What else talkies the water and Mean Beca, because Nanno, how much is there was no. Mind checking for me, she goes. Yep and so she walked away, and and it was like well apart from Lara's shit attitude. She doesn't seem very staticy I mean a stewardess takes initiative and hooks up with any passenger norm. Saying and she's not doing that at all, and she doesn't even know with smirnoff voices. So then justice talking to Alex and the crew masks, and she's like Oh. My God in the kitchen I guess she was like Oh. My God I haven't even seen you. This is like crazy service socks. How's it going down there and Alex is looking for the garbage disposal. I think somebody's looking for. He's like hey. Where is this thing and Kiko goes eats masturbate. Masturbate there an OX is like Yo. Yo, Yo willing called the mass. The Beta right, but I think it's close to. It is like whether you like the masks debate and. You said men the base. Gentler Larry. And then they just cut the jazz at the juicer Joe I. Don't know why they just show her. Just like juicing, it's probably steals is still the same cup of juice. And she finally got to the halfway point. She's like all right one moment. They can't have the names yet. So, he lost Larry Larry. Loss on the boat. Yeah so Hannah Finds Laura and she takes her down to this little crawlspace that you have to go into to get the water just goes. They're walking out. This is where I'm going to store your body to Watson. So! This is a little tour where you go. Did, you gave. and Lara's. Did Not the first time I see sides. So how am I going to go to free? And You count. The first time I. See this place, so you can't. Can you show me people May. Goes I go now. You can check I. Don't know, and she just walks off and it's like excuse me layer Leira and there's like a fucking God dammit. Okay she'll me, Dan? Okay okay. And of course the units there, he's like. Wow, meet again at ladies. Yeah, I'll get it what you need ladies. I love that Laura needs like a tutorial on how to like walk through a door and look for a fridge I. Don't know I. Don't know what to do. Land these my time seeing the door. So can you show me? Know how to go through the door. No, if I know what to. Believe my part time. Can you please? My parents always taught me to stand up for myself. I was sent to principal because I wouldn't take the authority of the teachers in my jeans. Our was born to Netflix. Wait for other people. Show me how to go door to look around for figure out. So then Jessica in Hanner talking later and Darling and Hannah's like well. I don't know what game she's playing, but she is GonNa lose the Game Hall on. we're applying the settlers of UNAI and shy is asking for shape, and all or rocks, and I'm GonNa. Throw them at ahead one at a time on saying and just like you. How well I was just telling Kiko just want to work at Hanna. Wouldn't that be fun tickets that point doesn't. And Laura's right behind Hannah which thank God hand doesn't say anything. S. She's just like I'm not even a Cape Dependent Pearson, but when you leave on Calm Bay. So, and then she sees Lara there, and then she. She's caught off guard, so that doesn't really weird hello. Hello. What was that? It's time for commercial. It's time for back rapids comair. Watch crap. INS would like to thank its premium sponsor saint, no thing like Alison King Ashley Shabani. She don't take no Baloney. She's not just a Sheila. She's Daniela rituals. Let's rent some areas with emily year in Aaron Make Nicholas. She don't Miss Notre lists of undergill Awebber Jamie. She has no less Namie Zip. Some Scotch with Jessica. Trach just say an. Early Barlow would she goes barlow, we go. Hi, Lo higher than hi Rez. She's Lauren. Peres Meghan Berg. You can't have a burger without the BURGH. Don't touch the Nicky Morgan Letters Wedneday. Your Rachel's in the next day. You're out. He makes us Cui Richie D. 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This is a very dangerous piece of machinery. Low speed only and I guess maybe the implication of that later on when they're ana, he's going fast, but there wasn't really any payoff on that, so I was like expecting some sort of disaster with a banana. Yeah, you never know maybe later in the season. Is Way. So the captain goes down and Laura's eating lunch in the Galley in the key in the mess and captains like so UN service at all. You'd like to be the array. Okay? Have you told handed at that? You'd like to be on service and she was like well. She said we are going to rotate. All Great I. Love It. You know what I love to rotate Elisi Susan, but you know what we don't have Lisi people, so we say we call it a motivated. Susan on this ship and my rain, we had a lazy Susan One time and I said you're lazy. You don't belong here I making you the captain of your ship gave. The at that. You know we had a lazy Susan Turns Out. She just needed a nap. We put her in bed, came out and guess what she served everyone. She was great. But. Suddenly Susan. That's gotTa ring to it gotTa. Sitcom had huge eyebrows got. To of A Lazy Pass. So Laura saying Mike. Okay, so how's everything upside with the guests because I I unfortunately cannot see them because I mean the cabin all the work. LA! I'm never outside, not only under crawlspace of both because. Sunshine. I'm sorry that you have to see me with all. These ashes on my face nobles, I was. Looking for me. GotTa. I would like to hear your answer, but I I would like to say. There is a castle on the cloud. there. I. See that you know you know you're allowed out. Say Dorji Okay and I'm excited to see outside. 'cause I'm also your service, which I'm real excited to see. Okay, 'cause you have a lot of experience. I've read the license you printed on paper. They were very. They were very convincing. So now Kiko is starting to work on his. And, he's like 'cause. They're all like swimming around and having fun. And, so he's like well. The PIE IS GONNA take thirty minutes to cook. But he's like. Kiko I read it. They complain about the timing. Then the taste making Kiko some exactly Laura I realized. This is very difficult because both trippy voices in a sense. So Anyway One PM Kiko Starts Cook for lunch. Yeah and he's like my. It takes a time, so the captain's like Iraq. Guess what time it is now slag flight. The captain just go watch some that flakes like get Outta everybody's Bonnet. Lady, Gay. Yes so then the crew like me calls a little meeting and she has them gather around pizza. Like what would you like master? Emily like not master melas fires all right malaria master Maleeha. She's like this is a bad luck. Yes, I mean who expect it from a guy who calls himself a year meant really who would. Like okay look toys out and help us help us after the beginning Pete Okay. Sorry, by the way it's a pet peeve. If I'm talking to you and you're walking away, thanks, yeah, great! Oh, another pet peeve of mine is, is that what I'm talking and you suddenly develop Roy Scheider face. Yeah, that was a big Pepsi for me because it makes me think there's a big shark out there. So. She's like yeah, you know if if a girl is direct, she's a bitch, but if guys direct, he's a good leader. You know and I'm not going to be nice for much longer. I'll tell you that, so then they invite the slide and get it out and the captain. The calf of course is in someone else's business. It's the guests. The guests are sitting down to eat and the captain's wow smells good And they sit down. It's one thirty four. Okay, so they're sitting there and Christmas like man at Christie's the the primary. He was like what I had to of bread last night I just kept on farting and enhance just likely only some more bread. Anyone wants some thought Brad anyone. We'll talk a little teat. Brit Simao there he's like gay. I. Wish Lunch was quicker there, so Laura is cleaning and then Hannah comes in 'cause. She's cleaning. The mass and Hannah come. You don't need to that. The decree does that are upstairs like e reading on board? She's like I'm okay well. You don't need to do that. The Crete us that run. Of course so I mean to nothing these now to come start something else. Interrupting you're not doing that anymore. Yeah, interrupting anything not doing that anymore. That, you'll look, and he says. Hamas say do. Go into laundry. Go in the laundry. No, no, you don't order me. Anything is I. DO IT's My job on I? Follow your selections funneling, Action. Lawn on I go into laundry. No. No, you'll find it on one dude. This is more than what I found, which was not a threat crawlspace. Trust me. You have the wrong one. Oh! Okay okay. Okay the guests. The guests are all pissed upstairs and the unit is listening to the cat fighting and Hannah's like. Laundry. In my own time I stop okay. Because we collaborate or doesn't work, and she tries to move past hand like percent out of the way and. Lady do no autopsy. got. Fingers pointing interface. Yes she literally this was like. We never knew there was this other cheer beyond honey. Honey was you know I thought it was honey than honey, and then that was it I did not know that you can go from. Ten Lady, lady, that was New Light a touch me that double finger like she was about to do like. Out of this world, stop time thing as soon as I talked to. These things time it's GONNA stop. You. Do you want me to stop Tom Right now 'cause on, might not on stop it on stopping time. So, we got a commercial. We come back with. Right. And the it's like there's a huge cat I going on, yeah. I'm being polite and she goes. Oh, this is being polite hanae. Rank where this is not only by night tranquil. Mind on I.. Gum. Gum He's all good She gets the. Stress. State because this is a very big bet that I'm in charge of. All So, maybe it's not the job for your. Good us like. She like her fingers are like shaking. Which is like? So storms up at Mars like okay. You're going to fucking punched featuring a minute light. That's raw in lady mode now. So seat does yoga brass with Jess and then The guests got their food in the really enjoyed it and Christmas our late. Yeah, he's like alloway quicker God. That's crazy. I would be pissed if I waited an hour for I'm sorry, yeah, so then Malaysia is a squeegee shopping with six. And so, how's it going? Alex please don't tell me that you had to smuggle things to get your Mama to Rehab. 'cause I'm really not in the place for that right now. He's like look. Do whatever you want. He's like you know what. Growing up I live with my mom I love my mom. My Mom's busy. My Mom and my dad growing up. was like she was like Giselle and Tom Brady. Basically. You know we had to. You know she would I have memories of being in the driveway shoots set up all the hockey pucks shoot hit the hockey pucks at me and try to hit them back, and I'd be like that's wicked. Good at that mom and should always be like you're doing great. You're doing great Alex Doing Great Alex. You know I'm just trying to learn to be girl on a team of boys. The Q. One of the boys here's. Here's the PUCK. ow All right? We'll work on that, but you one of the boys me. and. Then we get a shot of you unit getting out of bed with the Boehner. So there was that the Boehner shot guys classic Boehner I didn't. Have, that goes up to lower LEIRA. Ak Lady I'm not going to use with your Susan. If your boss comes near CDs, comment comes as you to come into into laundry. You commented laundry okay. But your sewing relaxed when you talk to speak to me. While with me on I Having done anything bad since they. Really the are rose and everything. Sound standing. There's no point in carrying on with these now to me. Hannah walk off. The just keeps talking to herself. She's like yeah, she's like this is something personally so I can't change that. M Okay I said Lebron wearing. Simple easy okay. Have Grow Up. I've got jeans I don't know. have. You ever walked in your hands and knees. For someone. So the captain checks in on the gas and 'cause she's always there. She's always fucking buried. She's that little e mail thing whenever you go to a new site and it's like sign up for email newsletter. It's like Captain Savvy. Every time you enter a new room. It's like hey, every. One assignment for a subscription lists. No she's the cookie warning. She's the one that's like He. Just you know this website uses cookies. EXCEPT NOT CARE Yeah. They're great cookies. Okay Kiko. Can we get one of those cookies? They're okay with it. You take our. So again. She tells Kiko Look. They said they really like your food, so Bra Oh Bravo. Just pick up the pace cake. They want things faster. Lady Lady Lady Lady Hannah. Can you clear the FDA table? Please thank you very much. Thank you. So them Alex in the unit are hanging out, and Alex is like so we was able to pass out Bro. Almost, but there was an argument with Hammond Lada La, Lot Lana. Later. Alaka Kinda just can't tame this law Lalla Lou lobster lobster lobster lobster. Princess Leia Law. Law Lombardo. I think it's either Larry. Atlanta and he's like I'm going with land because it's hot. What hot name! Rica just. Ask her or ask anyone and like give giver respective calling her by her name. So then Jess. Doing what say Damn is? Just the guest just gets iced. She finds a smear is so she's like yeah. So rob is like of never ever heard of getting iced before I've heard of getting Buffalo D- When someone years Buffalo, you have to drink, and you consciously drink out of your left hand, because after a third time like fuck that Shit, but I like it is. Is Baby. Get it Ho Ho Har Har Har. Har. Are are think back in those times when I was. Drinking a beer. Hand. And someone said Buffalo and I just. I lose myself in laughter. HAW HAW Hannah Hannah's like. Let's teach something real creative to keep captain Syria law for us and make a centerpiece at. He's me and off all its won't be fun. Yeah so. This creative being, and then Lara passes her in the hall and. They just Laura still is in her day close. He hasn't changed and the music stops, amas like. Cool. And then. Just has to get something from the pantry and she's like like what the fuck is a pantry like what a Pantry is but. I mean like I. Don't know the Pantry like. Okay like I literally don't know what any room is, so what does? These. This boat has Laura looking for refrigerator, just looking for pantry. I mean I. Mean What's going to happen next? Are we going to have like a Kiko wandering around sorts of table? Somewhere! Suggest like I. Just don't admit that I don't know what a pair where the Pantry is. Get on Hannah's bad side of. It's a thing with can't good. So where's that and hence like this? The pantry honey? This is the Patriot. Oh this, okay, love you ham! In love you to haunt. You're lucky that I'll have a bitch from hell. Onboard you otherwise are beginning of the biggest honey is I can imagine, but instead I just want to hug you right now and say thank you for keeping me alive at this moment. So they're setting up the table and Hannah's like this is good as we can do. Hawk night, so the one of the gases like I. Can I request half size portions has like it's too hard to just half and she's like. It's like me. Can we get Dick Cancer? The doesn't get cold and. They make your spotlight because I was thinking. The captain was going to be like attack cans. What the Hack don't you have service? But she's making Laura. Stay down in the the cabins. Yeah exactly 'cause you know the one of the ongoing themes who discovered and blow Dak.. There's like a real. Pride and joy of being on service versus in the cabins. which I mean I guess I can see that because in one you are like. You are picking up people shared and the other yours like having to you get to like not pick up. People Shit, but whatever I feel like you're still you're still dealing with these assholes, no matter what so whatever but Hannah I mean lower years, and she gives full on guy like. Oh, like a deck hand, not me like you know. We've seen before, and the captain is having dinner with them and sealed missing the captain's plate. Story. The captain has her plate. It's the girl who ordered half sizes. That doesn't and Hannah Hannah's so subtle. Right in front of everybody. She like cake okay. Callahan eight people at the table. I'm gotta sit on the floor. Table. What is? Going around the captain. Kiko so down on the crew mass. Pete and Alex Me. Sitting there impedes like. Roses are red. Violets are blue. My bus drivers to these are bigger than you leaders just like just see her face and Alex is like I got one I got. One roses are red violets of fine. You be the six. I'll be the nine yeah. You're? She's like at least. Then the main courses served in the growth Sirloin and One of the girls is like. Why is this so hard to cut and capsules like 'cause? That's a better knife Hanna Hanna. We need steak knives. Did you hear me on the radio? We need steak knives. Hello. And so they're looking for some sort of steak knife, and meanwhile sandy goes down to the Galley and I think she goes to the Galley. Maybe she doesn't, but she tells us that she's unhappy at that. Kiko didn't even try them. You know that he is just like beginner mistake. Had he not try the me you know, but they get the then they get the the steak knives and they cutting it and she's like. Shaft Shaft Chef This is Captain Sandy and I regret to inform you. These stakes are not tough. It's just because we get butter knives. You did a great job. You did a great job. A butter knife is just a serrated knife. That's her nap rate. OKAY SLEET! So then Cuts to rob just downstairs from the best saw going like. Oh I need to toot. Haha Backed up to the captain telling wild stories. It's always loved the captain stories. She's like Tammy worked for this guy who crashed the boat wherever we went because he had one I and at that. Hey I'm GONNA do this. I could do better than that. That's all it takes. Is just always in some bizarre parts of Indiana just through that spear right into the crack Zaia ball and we were released in everything. We had a great laugh about it. No I will not hide you under the boats. Saddam all right now. Get on a jet SKI IF Can't stop you from that, but come on. So. Kiko makes a characteristic, and they bring up like the cake and Hannah's like well lady honey. We got you a little centerpiece. You've got you something special birthday. It's a box that has flam was in it, and you just take a flail and guess what you've just got. Is You got always? Like chef is really good, captain, chick, or yeah, that's cheeks. We'd love him and he's like when someone. Top I get calls bombs, you know. I love the goons bombs. So. One thirty, am and we see rob on anchor. We kept this. All the Robson's are so bizarre because he's on anchor, watch and his texting someone and he's like. I'm in a relationship with someone. It's an open experience. I don't like it. Buffalo I know, and then they just cut away to something else like what the hell like. I feel like I just like imagining all has like Amazon review is. Bolt. SPLENDOR BLENDER! And within thirty days. It had broken. Do not like that hall, Period Hall. Buffalo. How the anchor, and we get some anchor stuff from lease, inkers captain so seven am thirty minutes late for breakfast and Laura comes then. Yeah late for her shaft and so so she's starting to walk around and me out on the deck, and like Pete and Alex or doing something with the anchor. It's like some technical thing with a this thing in first for you. This or that and they're like going back and forth like maybe do this river me like guys. Just you know if you have any questions I'm here to answer anything you might need and people you know I know I know I know she's like yeah, but you sound like you don't know no I. Know I know okay fine. Why don't you teach me fine five launch? Teach me. She's like well. If you know how to do it fine, but if like to learn for me, that's also fine. He's like what am I telling him wrong like You know how to do the anchors so then I guess you can do them, and he's like no, no go ahead. Go ahead then, and it's like I'm put Alex. give us a second, so she's like. Listen here unit I knew you were. Were captain. Am I get that, but when you're working for me, you do it my way. Because the minute you go against me especially in front of the other guys you're not going to be. My debt can't anymore clear? Is that clear I thought that was great. I thought totally handled that so well. She came off. You know she was authoritative she wasn't you know she didn't. She didn't have to Like she said before women in business when the workplace often have to ride that line between like not being a bitch, but like you also don't want to be soft and you know she didn't. She didn't cater to. These notions of I have to handle it like like a sweet girl. She just was like very Iraq and like. You either like either listen to me or you're GONNA. Be Demoted that clear and I was like boom so good. Like all good. Thanks, so then the captain's like all right I'll crew all crew ten minutes ten minutes, and they're putting out the fenders because it's time for these fools go. So me wants to do a really good job for the captain and the captain's like Ra I gotTa Nolan, swing, mass turn. It's like Oh, yeah. And me is also concerned that Pete is like not going to be reluctant to be the student because he's. He has been a captain which is like a classic thing. We've seen below also, so they got throw lines in, and it's like there's a lot of like quick, quick, quick, quick quick. Throw the lines. Cross the I. Need the line on quick look like. Where's my Jews quick quick quick? So then Lara and Hannah are talking again, so lyric comes to hand. She's like I need to tell you two things, but important and she's like you know what. Let's wait for the gifts to get off head then hall. Okay. Okay, stop saying okay Okay okay. So they lined up to say bye and units flirting with Lara he's like roses of red violets are blue. I WANNA be incited crazy. Rush Italian chick and lucky. That's you get. We haven't saying it's. If. A man is under one Thursday. Steve I just don't trust him, but then. He's tall. Talk to you know tiny. Meet the ball, but he's. Tall and he's about sixty five is about them either sixty eight. School I like him so Chris, says by hands over the tips. He's like you guys. I didn't get anything the I didn't ask for anything. I ask for Got Hannah Jess. Thank you. Here's A. Lotta ones guys. Whoever gets to one's gotTa Jug Right. You, in fact you have to Chug. There's one dollar bill. So now time for cleaning. Cleaning cleaning. Cleaning cleaning cleaning, and then the crew meeting took beating beating to me. I am so proud of you, Hannah. The client loves you and that brings me to my chef. You know, I know. You felt me getting on your little bit there today, but I hope also felt my support as well as my derision Hamill Leah Day Wendy now it's night and day. Emily is like. Teary because she made her. Yeah so they get like twenty thousand dollar tip says like fifteen hundred per person, so it's good and everyone's happy, and so then everyone goes back. Cleaning and Hannah goes up to see sandy to basically tell her that she's struggling with Lara on service. It's like well. You know I know you feel. Her. Energy is very negative, but she's nice to me, so is also classic Sammy. Sammy only sees one side of it. Everybody kissing her ass, and then she's nice to that person. This is like classic Jhu. How's that's going down right here? Yeah, so she's like she's nice to me. So you know what Hannah I need you to sit down and say. Let's put this behind us. How can we put this behind us? Can I give you a raise in? Listen what you gotTa do these hitter down and you put a plate brings out on the motivated Susan, and you say listen. How can we turn this around and then you do? Is You actually spend the Susan Sosa Visual Reminder? She'll get it and then ask if she wants. Take a nap and should be fine. It'll be fine. Hanna Dreamt anor- eyebrows. Give her a Sitcom Star Colin suddenly. That's my best advice Hannah. Okay I. WanNa see you turn this around. That's the important thing, so have this like all right. I'll give this ago. Laura Laura, Laura Laura, Anna and Laura's like all fucking goddamn cheese ball I. Don't have to talk to Edna, Girl. Yes, she's like these these woman, so she comes in, and she says. What do you want me, please? WHOA. Dan those things already coming together like. Yeah it's like well. You were the one who wanted to tell me things and say well. The more you piss me off, the less I will do, and that's how it works. All right honey. What is pissing off? Speak at suspects. Could you give me some examples of that night? So, many like time you wanted me all around in pig theses to walk around the me the ball. Tells you work it out. You work it thousand your head man against. This is going to work or I. Treat me right. I'm going to spirit. You doesn't matter if you're a or the queen of England. And Hannah's like? No and she goes okay. Get Your Shit together and be nice okay. You made me so mad I start an hour late today. She says it like so proudly like this was this was her stand? Man. That's that half hour. As whole there's an APP. On your disgusting and she gets up and leaves embargo. So. What! got. Her index fingers together. She's like she's made like a little canoe with their fingers at the front. You just like just like going to go see Sandy. Sandy I'm honored can help get Sandy? Could you please help me and things like right now can ain't my cereal. It's bad. It's Bod- Sunday. So they go up to Lawrence it down again and Loris. Can make him out me. She just barbs just. If you, look back me. Up on your feet here. That's how and I'm actually really interested to see how Laura handles this like if she acts like a total victim in front of Sandy or if she's really bitchy in front of her. Yeah. It will be I mean I cannot even believe her attitude. It is like I. Mean Listen I don't think it's probably very easy to work under Hannah sometimes, if especially if you're not if you piss off Hannah, she makes her life miserable, but like I mean Hannah did not do. Hannah's biggest offense was that she switched Lara's schedule. And Laura is just ban. Wow, she is out of control more next week. There's Roy. orbison junior and acid base so there you go. Is designed and all about my eyes, and I could not find the refrigerator so i. go sleep now, Goodbye! Sleep everybody, thank you so much for joining us. We will be back tomorrow with season two episode one recap of selling sunset. That's going to be on Thursday tomorrow as being Oh sorry van front and selling sunset. Guess and I don't know if we mentioned it today, but we will be starting new shows. We're doing selling sunset, and then we are going to be adding Mary to medicine. Los Angeles mixed would. Yeah? There wasn't a new episode this week, so that's. So, we will talk to you guys next time. Don't.

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Business Activity Pumps U.S. Economy Amid Global Slowdown

WSJ Your Money Briefing

07:21 min | 1 year ago

Business Activity Pumps U.S. Economy Amid Global Slowdown

"When it comes to parenting there are no perfect answers? But that's okay because you don't have to be perfect to be a perfect parent teens in foster care will love you just the same for more information on adoption visit adoptuskids. US Kids Dot Org a message from the US Department of Health and Human Services adoptuskids and the Ad Council. Here's your money briefing from Monday. November twenty fifth I'm Jr Whalen at the Wall Street Journal in New York. Economists warned the global economy may not get back on track for another two years. But don't play me United States we'll check in with the Wall Street Journal reporter to find out what surprised economists about the US economy. I some money and market news you you should know the. US Census Bureau says Latino women earn forty six percent less than white men and thirty one percent less than white women. That's the largest wage gap for any group of minority women and study by Mackenzie and company and lean in fines. That just sixty eight Latinas are promoted into a management role for every one hundred men promoted the overall Rachel Thomas. CEO of the Sheryl Sandberg. Dave Goldberg Family Foundation told The Wall Street Journal's Women in the Workplace Forum last week that closing the Latina pay gap would result in an additional one million dollars in earnings over the course of a Latina Woman's career. The numbers aren't much better for other minority women. The Census Bureau says black women earn thirty nine percent less than white men. While native American women earn forty-two percent less the Walt Disney Company wants to be sure fans are frozen to our in frozen out of finding the perfect gift six years ago. After the release of the original frozen Disney marketing executives were caught off guard by the overwhelming overwhelming popularity of toys and clothing based on the main characters Elsa and Anna. This time around Disney's allocated the license to more partners branched out into a new categories like technology and it's targeting older fans through retail outlets like fashion accessories chained clair's and Hasbro which has rights to make frozen to toys has rushed merchandise to US store shelves to meet demand. Alison is perfect. I mean she'd never tell you that. She's perfect allison. Wait are you texting and driving texting. And driving makes good people look bad visit stoptextsstopwrecks dot org brought to you by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Ad Council. I'm so the. US economy is proving to be a diamond diamond in the rough as the global economy continues to struggle business activity in the US is showing signs of a rebound and Wall Street Journal reporter. Paul Hanan joins us to discuss. So Paul what was it about. US business activity. That's giving economists. Optimism surveys of businesses the purchasing managers who by all the things that businesses need to be able to make their goods or provide their services detected a pickup in activity a surprisingly strong pickup inactivated during November and that is sort of eased fears that the US economy was was slowing more sharply than it has been today and the business activity but he is picking up. It's still at levels below recent years isn't it. It's not a strong a very strong economy by any means but what it is a stronger economy than then Europe Japan and most of the rest of the world right now and you know is obviously something to hold onto the same things that are holding back the rest of the world economy appear to be holding back the US that is to say this great uncertainty about how the the trade relationship with China is going to work on future is it was being manufacturers in particular and they're holding back on investment spending now the trade issues between the US and China. Is that a a major factor that contributes leads to economic groups saying they don't think that the global economy is going to make significant moves forward until two thousand twenty one. I think that's the case you know. There is some progress or or at the appearance of progress towards what's called phase one deal between the. US and China might deal with some some of the issues on the surface but a lot of people people who look at these issues. I think that there is much much more work to be done. In coming years to to really solve the underlying stresses that have driven this this particular dispute over the last eighteen months so nobody really expects all this uncertainty that's spooking businesses around the world to suddenly disappear even if if there is a a short term trade deal at to be announced in the next few weeks or months and what did European Central Bank had Christine Lagarde say about the global economy. She has has been until now. The head of the International Monetary Fund that looks at how the global economy is performing so her assessment is based on that experience appearances while as as being a central banker. And you know her assessment of this is not very encouraging She says that the the global system that people got news over the last few decades has become fractured and that is a big worry for businesses for the eurozone in particular for Europe in particular what she had to say. Okay was look we. We can't rely on exports to drive growth in the future. We have to be doing more to lift demand at home. And that's a message that is going out to the German government in particular which she wants to spend more on on investment project. There's so much connective tissue between the world economies that add anything going on in Europe and any sort of tick upper tick down can really have an impact back in the US especially for investors who may have money invested in Dan conglomerates and corporations. It's very connected place over the last four decades. This this web of of supply chains has been built across globe. People obviously invested a lot of money in in other countries businesses have subsidiaries there. US businesses sale everywhere even if they aren't making things in the US Shipping them overseas so You know if if China India rope are having a bad time at the. US Isn't going to isn't going to be unscathed. scathed having said that the. US isn't as dependent on exports as Europe and Japan for example. So you know if if there is trouble ahead on the the trade front more globally. It's likely to emerge from less damaged than than the other big developed economies. Can you also explain concern behind a slowdown in the manufacturing sector spilling over to the services sector factories of a hard time everywhere for the last eighteen months. The variety of reasons for that but you know factories employ people and if if they begin to cut jobs or to hire less S. aggressively That has an impact on incomes and people with less money to spend are going to the thing at home not going out to restaurants not going to the cinema. Uh Not doing all the things that you can do. If you've got a lot of cash and that's how the ripple or the connection from manufacturing woes too services It might happen all right. That's Wall Street Journal reporter. Paul Hanan joining us from London. Paul thank you so much for coming on the show. Thanks for having me. And that's your money briefing. Im J._R.. whalen in New York for the Wall Street Journal.

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Special Announcement: Upcoming Season

Civics 101

02:26 min | 2 years ago

Special Announcement: Upcoming Season

"Portsmith based publisher Heinemann provider of resources ridden by real teachers for real classrooms, Hyneman supports the professionalism and compassion of teachers as they help children become literate empathetic knowledgeable citizens. Discover the path to lifelong professional learning at Heinemann dot com, Hyneman dedicated to teachers, hey, there listeners Hannah McCarthy here over here as you may have noticed we have been on hiatus for the past couple of weeks, and we're planning to be away for a few weeks more, but never fear. We're working on something something big. John's to commit treason, see our nation. Our government is all built on paper and ink about to brave. The storm in his gift made of paper. How? Not only knows one of the things we've been trying to do over the last year or so is cigarette. New ways to get civics wanna one into classrooms, and what I spoke with civics and social studies teachers across the country, but episodes, they wanted us to do it six one zero one they all said, it's hard to do an episode about documents. Because all you have to do is just read them read the darn thing and they're hard to read, but Hanan I like a challenge. And that is why we are tackling the documents that serve as the foundation of our country from the declaration of independence to the Bill of rights from the Magna Carta to the constitution Carter, we're going to do that. Yes. Turns out that King George. The third wasn't the first English king to inspire. Outrageous demands. Does he know you chop giving the people of England freedom, and that now you go back on your word to stay tuned for our series, and the founding documents episode one is going to drop January twenty second. And in the meantime, if you have questions comments a d is about the foul. Documents or anything else drop is a line. We are at civics one a one at NIH PR dot org. And that includes all you teachers out there, if you have any fun unique ways that you teach the founding documents. We would love to hear from you and feature you just send us an Email. And I promise you will read it. Okay. That'll do it for now. Enjoy the holidays lovely listeners. We will see you on January twenty second.

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