35 Burst results for "James James James"

How Christa Helm Got Started in Hollywood

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:59 sec | 19 hrs ago

How Christa Helm Got Started in Hollywood

"Foray into the entertainment industry goes back to 1974 about 7 years after her daughter's born, she appears in a low budget horror film called legacy of Satan, then she lands the leading role in let's go for broke. Another forgettable low budget movie described by people as a James Bond spoof. The producers Stewart Duncan put it that way. Apart from singing the movie's theme song, Christa helm portrayed Jackie broke, a TV reporter that gets herself kidnapped to save other brainwashed women working at a pleasure palace. Doesn't sound like this will get over 10% on Rotten Tomatoes, does it? Obviously the film was not successful, but Christa helm gave her best. And when you're young and in the business, you just happy to get the role. You can't believe you're on a set in someone says action. You can't believe you see yourself on screen, even if the movie's shit still gives you a jolt of excitement.

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Would the FBI Really Plant Evidence? Julie Kelly Weighs In

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:07 min | 1 d ago

Would the FBI Really Plant Evidence? Julie Kelly Weighs In

"Julie, let me ask you, you were talking about how the FBI has a track record of planting evidence. I have said gingrich has said in president Trump has said, I hope they weren't planting some stuff at Mar-a-Lago, and immediately we're all smeared as conspiracy theorists. Enlighten us about the FBI's track record on planting evidence. Well, we have to look no further, of course, in the infamous steel dossier, which was fake evidence planted not only throughout the media throughout Congress, but of course presented to a secret court, not once, but four times and presented by the FBI, signed off on by James Comey, and then Andrew mccabe. So what was interesting, Charlie, is that I've been covering the retrial of the remaining two defendants in a Whitmer fed napping case. And what came up yesterday in opening arguments by defense attorney was talking about how an FBI informant planted material for an explosive device in the truck of his client, the defendant, and then when he was arrested by the FBI, the FBI collected that and used it as evidence against him.

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Trump Invokes Fifth Amendment in NY Civil Investigation

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | 2 d ago

Trump Invokes Fifth Amendment in NY Civil Investigation

"Now on the Mike Gallagher show. Former president Trump said he did invoke his Fifth Amendment rights per the advice of his attorneys during his deposition today as part of New York attorney general letitia James civil investigation, he called the investigation unfounded politically motivated a witch hunt. He said he had no choice, he says this is due to the him invoking the 5th, has to do with the Biden administration and prosecutors across the country having lost all moral and ethical bounds of decency. I guarantee you he hated pleading the 5th today. But what else is he supposed to do? Give them more ammunition? As Fox News reported moments ago, Trump was set to sit down with attorneys from the state attorney general's office behind closed doors. Over an investigation into whether he overstated the value of the Trump organization. Well, you know what his answer was? Go, go, go pound salt. Letitia James, go to hell. Pardon me, I'm just fired up today. I really am and I expect you are too.

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The Left Is Desperately Trying to Stop Trump From Being Re-Elected

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 2 d ago

The Left Is Desperately Trying to Stop Trump From Being Re-Elected

"As expected, the former president, Donald Trump has invoked the Fifth Amendment in his deposition in this witch hunt over overstating the value of the Trump property. I'll give you the details on that in just a moment. But he also released a very lengthy statement over what the attorney general letitia James is trying to do to him in New York City today. I saw an analyst earlier this morning and said, well, it's not going to be a good look. For Donald Trump, if he invokes the 5th, he pleads the 5th in this civil deposition. It's the only thing he should do. Don't give them anything. Don't listen. He knows he's got teams of lawyers. Who are well equipped to tell him how to navigate this. And if anybody can survive this and very few could, let's be real. Very few people could survive what they're putting him through. And it would be comical if it weren't so horrific for the United States. Two years after he leaves office and suddenly now comes Liz Cheney swooping in in the January 6th, two years. How long do you think it takes? To accuse the president of having documents in his home in Florida, he's not supposed to have. How long do you think it takes to make a case that he talked to some Pennsylvania congressman about January 6th? They're desperately a challenge you. I dare you to tell me that I'm wrong. When I say that they are desperately trying to stop him from being elected by the American people and none of us should tolerate this.

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Tony Romo's Sound Broadcasting Advice to James Nitties

Fore The People

02:40 min | 2 d ago

Tony Romo's Sound Broadcasting Advice to James Nitties

"Actually, that's the one thing I wanted to ask him, and I was talking about misses before I play with him. I was like, to get football, I don't want to ask him about fanboys stuff. I want to actually ask him about what he did when he got into broadcasting because he said it. He's kind of the style that I would like to be, where he's real and he shows emotion and it's not kind of automated and monotone and you know, I'm sure there's a lot of broadcasters that kind of get into the space and just settle in like everyone else. And I was like, dude, I was like, I took me about 8 holes. I didn't really, you know, I was kind of playing it low key, I didn't want it to distract him too much, but it was doing that himself. But I was like, hey man, did you get any professional help before, you know, you went into broadcasting because it's like you sitting next to the goat, you know, Nance, and he went on for about ten minutes, and the first time I didn't really get anything out of it because he is so excited about all the ins and outs and you said it like he's analytical about everything. And the way he described it, I was like, all right, okay. All right, and you know, in between, we're trying to hit 40 footers for birdie and we're trying to read putts in that and I'm like, he's like fully will pull you aside and talk to you through your face, which is what I loved about Romo. Whenever you had a conversation with him, he would really talk to you. He wasn't just like saying stuff that people want to hear. He really liked getting to it. And then I re visited and asked him the second day and the greatest advice he gave me. He's like, if you're sitting at the dinner table with a bunch of people. And you're explaining a story that happened to you that day, you want to get them engaged. Do you really want to have a little bit of emotion? You want to be too loud. You don't want to shout. But you want to describe it like you're trying to keep everyone fixed on you at the dinner table for your story and show give it a little bit of it's hard to explain about what he was saying where, you know, you don't want to be too loud and emotional and do the kind of deal that everyone gets a little overexcited and be a play by play, guy, but you also want to be engaging enough to where everyone's going to entertain. So yeah, I took that and I was like, sweet. That makes total sense. Because I feel like golf these days, the most the broadcast and I'm a rookie, you know? Like I'm getting it, but I want to have a little bit more high energy. I want to be a little different. I don't want to be just, you know, the typical broadcaster.

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James Nitties on the Golfing Pep Talk Tony Romo Needs

Fore The People

01:06 min | 2 d ago

James Nitties on the Golfing Pep Talk Tony Romo Needs

"He a better golfer than you thought that Tony Romo was going to be in the second round? You know what? In the first round, he was way worse than I thought he was going to be. In the first day, like I was like, this is going to get pretty scary. And then the second round, he totally flipped it. He was white. He was better than I thought he was going to be the first day. So yeah, he's got pretty good fundamentals like, as I said, he hits some big boy shots, but he needs someone close to him that'll sit him down and be like, and I would have said it to him and just be like, Mike, you're going to get a name for yourself. If you want to play high level competitive golf, you're going to quickly get a name for yourself where no one's going to want to play with you because you're like super slow and he has no, he just has no clue of where he's at. Super nice guy wants to be quick, even the comment where he was like, hey boy, sorry, you know, I know we're on the clock, but I'll take all the penalty shots and just put them on my score. I'm like, the champion doesn't really work like that.

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JJ and James Nitties Reminisce About Playing Slow Golf With Tony Romo

Fore The People

02:39 min | 2 d ago

JJ and James Nitties Reminisce About Playing Slow Golf With Tony Romo

"We get there, and I can't remember who was first to hit. I think mitts hit it first, and it was way right. And I hit it infinity right. And Romo hits it. At least as far left as we hit it right to start this thing. And so now we got guys like all over the place. Well, they call each of us to the two to the T, whatever. We do our bullshit, practice swing hit, whatever we do. Flare went out there. They call him, and he's still like, he's on the cart path when they call him to hit. Like, usually all three guys are standing on the T when you're like ready to roll, right? He's on the car path, and he's got, I don't know, it was probably the tightest, the tightest band, whatever it, whatever the tightest band was, the black level. I know there are different colors, but the one where you can barely move your legs apart and he's doing like these hard freaking squats slash kegels slash, I don't know what you call them, but he's going up and down the cart path in a line before he even starts. So no practice doing any rips it off. You know how those things are a pain in the ass to get off anyway, like imagine wearing a golf shoes, like rips it off, then he gets to the first tee and hits it 50 miles left. Well, it was one of those holes, ninny, did you ever think we were going to finish that hole? No, I was like, has there ever been a group that's been put on the clock before they've completed one hole? We was standing up on the grain for at least at least 15 minutes and golf club time. That's so long. And he still had what? He stood and he was and JJ's pacing around. He's like, damn, this is a Connie show already. Oh, my relax mates all right. We're just getting started. He's now waiting for the group to hit off the next hole, which is a par three up right where he is. So now he's taking a drop off the path which he got a rules official took like 15 minutes he hasn't hit yet. We're like, we could have hit putted out. And but we didn't know if he was going to send some meteor over our heads while we were in the middle of the grain. Anyway, so then he finally drives down the fairway after all of this. He's like, hey boys, I'm going to hit now and then drives back over to his ball again. And now we're waiting for him to hit up up and bloody hit it a hundred yards short of the green, then we tip up, we're like this is crazy. So then we chip up, he finally hits it on the green, and now we're all on the grade, probably whatever. I think that teton was 8 24. It's probably like 9 a.m. by now. And then we'll somehow I made my part in JJ made his for a good bogey on the tent and yeah, so that was he too part of it and that was fun.

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Can the FBI Be Trusted?

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:13 min | 3 d ago

Can the FBI Be Trusted?

"You have several years under president Trump, of the FBI, attempting to undermine the president of the United States on pretextual information, provided by the Quentin campaign on the basis of the Steele dossier. James Comey, the former head of the FBI, when he was head of the FBI, approaching Donald Trump to launder into the press, the Steele dossier, knowing that there was nothing in the Steele dossier that had been verified. He went to Donald Trump, he told him about it simply so that the media could then run with the story that the Steele dossier had been presented to president Trump and therefore it was newsworthy and BuzzFeed could run all of that material. For example, and then we got years and years of investigations down rabbit holes that led nowhere with regard to Russia. In other words, trust in the FBI is at an all time low. And yet it's the FBI under Christopher wray, apparently with a warrant that had to be signed off on by the DoJ and attorney general Merrick Garland. Now, initiating a raid into the former president of the United States. So here's the thing, could there theoretically, in some world, be it rationale for this sort of activity, sure? Sure, there could. But is that going to have to be a damned, extraordinarily solid, like rocks, I like bedrock solid, rationale, with serious underlying evidence, it had better be or what we are looking at is a political crisis.

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James Gunn With Hit the Lottery Despite Disgusting Tweets

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:46 min | 3 d ago

James Gunn With Hit the Lottery Despite Disgusting Tweets

"Done is about to hit the fucking lottery. Part of the problem is you can't avoid grunge last two films where goddamn money makers. The first two Guardians of the Galaxy films grossed just under $2 billion. That means this guy could almost put shit on toilet paper and it would get a green light. He could still work again if he handed that in to a top fucking studio head. But even though he won't direct the third film, Disney is still using the script he wrote for the third film. And that means he'll be paid a lot of dough for that. On top of that, he was on the contract for the third movie using his script, but the offensive tweets occurred years ago. So technically he didn't breach the contract he signed with Disney's Marvel Studios to direct the third film in the franchise. That means if you follow this, he's in a very unique payer play situation with the studio. And that means there are people who estimate that due to this unique situation, this fuck face could receive a payout of 7 to $10 million, if not more. And I know that makes him very happy. I could see him listening to this show and laughing and smiling like he fucking beat the band. Now, here's a twist. And an example of how Hollywood rewards bad behavior. There's a possibility that gun might return to maybe develop and direct another marvel movie. So I ask you, what was his punishment? Really? What happened, you know, what did they do to him? But what exactly happened so bad to

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Hollywood Hypocrisy Strikes Again With James Gunn

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:45 min | 3 d ago

Hollywood Hypocrisy Strikes Again With James Gunn

"What do you know? Hollywood hypocrisy strikes again. This time the story is about what insiders are saying about James Gunn. The director recently dropped from directing the finale of the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise because of unthinkable and unfunny tweets he made over the years which reflect his penchant for being sexual with little boys. And since there's no real victim here, I'll stop short of calling him a pedophile. But I think his jokes allow me to call him pedophile ish. And really, is there any difference it's like pregnant and sort of pregnant? But anyhow, here's the bullshit. I'm going to talk about something. Just because this guy was fired from the film. It turns out he's actually in demand now. This is what Hollywood's like, this guy is fucking in demand. Or so it's being said. Okay, once his agent's free him from his Disney contract, it turns out a lot of people want to work with this guy. The Hollywood Reporter reports it's been written that several top producers and executives at major studios are dangling big film projects. Remember what I just said because later, I'm going to take apart that sentence of bullshit and let you in on a secret of what some lazy writers do to put out a story and go home early sometimes. And listen, if there are people who want to work with him again, then I wish those people luck. And by people, I mean assholes. And by luck, I mean bad things.

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Victor Davis Hanson and Eric Speculate on the Direction of America

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | 4 d ago

Victor Davis Hanson and Eric Speculate on the Direction of America

"Speculating on the direction of the country. And we have an early talked about the midterms and Trump. It seems to me that the blessing of the unfolding nightmare of this administration is that many people who are kind of on the fence are waking up and understanding, wow, I never dreamt that anyone could make Jimmy Carter look Reagan esque. I simply never dreamt that we could have this kind of series of unfolding disasters and disasters is almost a nice way of putting it. What happened in Afghanistan everywhere we look, we see kind of nightmares of historical proportions. And I think that's good for the republic because my thesis is always that we've been so spoiled as a nation that we've kind of acted as though I don't need to do much. We'll be fine. The pendulum swings back and forth. We don't we never took it seriously that we could swing so far away that we swing into cultural Marxism and the death of America, which is where I think we are now. So what are you thinking for the midterms and for Trump if you have any thoughts on that? Well, I think there's some historic changes that the Democratic Party is not aware of. They have been for the last ten years a party of the very, very wealthy, the dot com corporate and the very subsidized poor. And the Republican Party turned into a nationalist workers populist party and it drove out, of course, had never Trump elitists, but nevertheless, part of that is we're starting to see a reemphasis on class rather than race and that's a disastrous for the Democratic Party because race in their way of thinking LeBron James and Oprah or victims. But my point is that we're going to see, I think, 50% of the Hispanic vote and these are people that I live in a predominantly Mexican American community, whether it's outrage about gas prices, inflation, crime, all of the border, and I think that I've never seen anything like it. So I think there's going to be a big pickup in seats. I think they'll take the Senate, but more importantly, they have the, they're going to be identified with a lot of middle class people and race will be secondary.

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John Leguizamo Is a Latino Hypocrite

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:02 min | 4 d ago

John Leguizamo Is a Latino Hypocrite

"Not like this little bitch, John Leguizamo, who's so pissed off that James Franco has been picked to play Fidel Castro in a new movie. Like was almost pissed at Franco's not Latino. And he let himself be heard the other day when news broke that the producers of this movie let the casting out of the bag. He doesn't care that the producers and casting director were looking for an actor who most resembled the Cuban dictator. They didn't care what nationality the actor was, only that he could act and that he resembled Castro. And frankl got the gig. This is why I hate John Leguizamo. He sits there and says publicly how wrong it is that a non Latino gets to play a Latino. But does he think we forgot? That the Puerto Rican John link was almost accepted roles playing in Italian? In the Super Mario Brothers film and also on the summer of Sam movie? So shut your pie hole, Johnny. It goes both ways. It's called acting. I'll take it so goddamn serious.

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Lightning strike near White House leaves 3 dead, 1 injured

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Lightning strike near White House leaves 3 dead, 1 injured

"A third person has now died in the lightning strike near The White House I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest a third person has now died from injuries following a lightning strike in Lafayette park in Washington D.C. the park is a cross from The White House a 29 year old adult male has now died from his injuries the fourth person a woman remains in critical condition a husband and wife from Wisconsin were also killed by the lightning strike Thursday night 76 year old James Mueller and his wife 75 year old Donna Mueller of Janesville Wisconsin according to their niece the Mueller's were celebrating more than 5 decades of marriage The White House says they are saddened by the tragic loss of life I'm Lisa dwyer

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Lightning strike near White House kills at least 3

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Lightning strike near White House kills at least 3

"A lightning strike near The White House leaves two dead and two injured I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A husband and wife from Wisconsin were killed in a lightning strike outside The White House complex Thursday night two others were hospitalized with life threatening injuries 76 year old James Mueller and his wife 75 year old Donna Mueller of Janesville Wisconsin died of their injuries after lightning struck and Lafayette park the park is located directly across from The White House according to their niece the muellers were celebrating more than 5 decades of marriage The White House says they are saddened by the tragic loss of life I'm Lisa dwyer

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Was Paul Newman Bi-Sexual?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:15 min | Last week

Was Paul Newman Bi-Sexual?

"That led into my fascination with Paul Newman. I've always had a theory. The guy married Joanne Woodward who I think is plain Jane. This guy was the most beautiful man in Hollywood history, perhaps. He married plain Jane, and he was with us since they were studying acting in the city, like very young. Doesn't make any sense to me. And then the guy goes on to teach Tom Cruise how to drive race cars and I'm like, oh, this seems like a little bit of a may December romance to me. Then he makes salad dressing in popcorn. Come on. Macho men don't think of salad dressing recipes and the wrong with salad and popcorn. I just don't think most men think about their face on those products, but God bless you made millions and he gave it away. Good, good, good man. So I started looking into Paul Newman, and I always go to these gay sites because the gays know the gays know. And there's a bunch of stuff on this site. I gave to the patrons, and I'm going to talk about Paul Newman possibly being gay next week. I think it's a crazy story. I think people will be interested. But this is what I read on this gay site. During the making of cat on a hot tin roof, whole Newman, if you've seen the movie plays a repressed homosexual by the name of brick. James Dean was supposed to be lined up for that role, but he died in a car crash before production began, so it went to Newman. Now, in the film version, the direct homosexual references were taken out from the Tennessee Williams script in order to satisfy the current production codes, if you will. So the film script kind of dances around the reasons why brick and cat played by the gorgeous Elizabeth Taylor hadn't slept together in years. But the mention of the suicide of bricks close football chum skipper was kept in. Close football chump. That's the way things were mentioned back in the day if you want to talk about gay. He's my football chum. You know, oh, really? At one point, Paul Newman told Tennessee Williams. The role of brick is perfect for me. All my life I've been split into two different directions. One side of me wants to live life with my gay football buddy skipper. The other side is tempted to fuck the living shit at a Maggie the cat and be their heterosexual stud most of my fans want me to be. Um.

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FBI Arrests Ex-Louisville Cop Involved in Deadly Breonna Taylor Raid

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:32 sec | Last week

FBI Arrests Ex-Louisville Cop Involved in Deadly Breonna Taylor Raid

"Also breaking out of Louisville, the FBI arrested former Louisville police officer Joshua James following his involvement in the 2020 shooting death of Breonna Taylor, three other current or former Louisville police officers were also charged, Merrick Garland announced, Taylor was fired from the Louisville police department after his supervisors determined he lied about the events that led to the March 2020 raid on Taylor's apartment during which she was

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Suspect in shooting of Lady Gaga's dog walker recaptured

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Suspect in shooting of Lady Gaga's dog walker recaptured

"A man suspected of shooting Lady Gaga's dog walker is back in custody again The Los Angeles County sheriff's office says the man held in suspicion of the dognapping shooting case has now been arrested again the capture of James Howard Jackson aged 19 comes nearly 5 months after a clerical error put him back on the streets Jackson is one of 5 people arrested in the Internet last February in which Lady Gaga's pricey French bulldogs were taken from her dog walker and the walker was shot he survived but lost part of his lung Meanwhile one of the men charged in the case has pleaded no contest to

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James Howard Kunstler: 'Narratives Are Not Reality'

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:28 sec | Last week

James Howard Kunstler: 'Narratives Are Not Reality'

"Are not reality. Reality is something in and of itself. And it has mandates of its own. But some narratives reflect reality. I mean, if you say America is a good country and when we screw up, we try to get it better and we're doing a good job or we're trying to do a good job and then there's another narrative that says America's evil. And there's always truth in every narrative. The question is how much?

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"james  " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"james " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"So you ready to call it. You need go no, I'm good. Yeah, so I guess we kind of talking about is just this idea that you know we're not. We're not good employees and I think that that's common within the with entrepreneurs in general. Ones that I talked to like back to being nude or wouldn't even student You know what's interesting is Yeah I. I was a good student in certain classes and advanced in other classes and it had nothing to do with anything other than what I was interested in like I was good in the things that I liked I just never did homework ever do. I don't think I've like so. What grade was that Y- I. Don't think we were in the same class, but in sixth grade I think I had an English teacher and I don't remember her name she wasn't she was perfectly nice person but for whatever reason. I was. she was a younger teachers she I think she only taught English. She Blonde. She was dark haired. She was African Americans she was probably in her twenties maybe late twenties. Out, no I don't and I'm straining to remember it was a long ago. But like that's the kind of the best I could do like I said I don't remember her being anything but nice and but for whatever reason, I decided I wouldn't do anything in this class like I had that shit figured out I was like look I in order to pass I only need to pass. I think it was like whatever how many ever classes we had classes or whatever I need to pass eight so like okay. Well, if I if I only need to pass eight that means I can fail to. Like hundred for whatever reason where my mind went in. So I was like, well, this is one of those classes that I'm gonNA fail because I don't want to do it and I literally got a six for my end of the year..

"james  " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"james " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"And even if there are people that are willing to help you. Like you might not know it. Or you might be too proud and. I. Mean. That's another subject but you know You. You just have to be in the position where you're forced into it sometimes. I. Think. A lot of I mean in my own life I only talk myself but in my own life and a lot of people that I've talked to almost exclusively when you're forced into it right or is very few people that can. and. Do intentionally put themselves in a position where they're struggling in order to grow right it's hard to do that intentionally. Taking over came from comfort zones right. Yeah It's well and that's the whole idea is like you have your peaks and valleys right when right before that peaked the valley usually kind of drops off and then starts going back. Oh. Yeah and you know so had a passenger one time. And it the conversation was him Kinda gave me A. It was kind of a light bulb moment. And he was talking about you know entrepreneurship and stuff and he was like. You do it and I was like, what do you mean? He's like I need the accountability of a boss. Like I I would just not. I would not thrive and I was like you know what did your self awareness is like one half the battle by knowing that because that means that you know that he I mean. Even. Is probably not a good idea for you to try to be an entrepreneur. Have you know that you need that accountability out her said Yeah I don't like these people that are like everybody should be an entrepreneur. No, everybody's didn't. Know. ooh. But on the same hand if you are that, if that's who you are naturally like if that's your personality whatever you're never going to be a good employee, you're just not is. Not. Only a horrible I know that like I've accepted that. You know and that's okay. But. WH, why aren't you a good employee? So not. So there's a lot of reasons probably been which employer of my. History you ask break it down to one word. One word. I would say oprah. Winfrey. So I would say I'm. I GUESS I understand that putting a positive slant on this. So the positive way of saying it is I'm way too independent but the negative way if I guess you could say is I'm way to rebellious, right so depending on how you want to frame it that a version of that. If I could do one word, it would be insubordinate. Right, so same idea, right. It doesn't mean that's only with it's not with things to do with the job. Like if you're my manager and you want me to go scrape the grill, okay August fucking grill. Yeah. But. If you're gonNA, tell me like for instance, I don't ask for time off. I inform that I'm not going.

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"james  " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"james " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"And I was like in at the time I was like Okay I won't. I won't say that but I get it now I get it because it's not it's a bill. It's IT'S A it's a weekend out. The night's dinner for family, right? Like not even the holidays I always tell people for the price of your vice your wallet can look Nice Yeah I've heard you say that I like that and it's it's so true because like uninvite out. Let's say you go out with your friends you out with your wife whatever y'all are going out to party how much going to spend. Well I'm old. So I'm GonNa go with me my wife and my kids. So we're going to spend between two and three hundred dollars because you figure if we spend twenty to thirty dollars. You know because we're GONNA have dinner we're going to go out or whatever. Yeah. Easily three hundred bucks for four people. Yeah so you do that three times. And then throw an extra hundred bucks on top and you've got a good start on a trading account. You sacrifice three three of those times and you just like. All right. I could go out. But I'm actually going sit this three hundred bucks every here. In Emma do it again, the next time I can go out. And in the next time and it's not costing you anything because what were you going to do with the money though I mean? Exactly. We're going to blow data something. So I mean. Yeah, that's our trying to tell people that, and that's that's how because when you deposit into your trading account, you have to have already agreed the money. Like it's gone. It's not your money anymore yet you bought on. Yeah. It's not your money until you've withdrawn it now the cool thing is. Is You have complete access control to the account? But So you're not calling somebody up saying, Hey, I want to get this done around. Do this you're just like I WANNA do this. Let me check it out Yep and it is literally like. Two clicks new order execute. Done and then it's one touch clothes. So that like that's how I'm able to do it in a few seconds like new order execute profit close. Done And so but I mean, that's That's dangerous. When to trade that that time it's dangerous like its bit me in the ass. But. Yeah it's it. It just changes everything changes everything. 'cause you just see all of the. You see where you just WanNa you just WanNa grab somebody in shaking like you're doing it wrong. Let.

"james  " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

03:10 min | 2 years ago

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"And the milkshake cost more anyway when you order on the APP, you don't say like it's already increased price you know before you had. In the thing is for that amount of money, you could have bought a half a gallon of ice cream. The milk and made like four milkshakes. And still had money leftover. You know I I go. Back and forth with this because I and I struggle with because on the one hand I'm like what you're like what you just said resonates with me 'cause it's like I literally had that happened today like literally today I was like I want to eat but I had a call, right? Why can have it delivered and you know the kids can get it from the door and then I'll get off my ready for me. There's something nice about that. Right to go pick it up it's Radi and and and I started putting my order and it was like for Chick-fil-a or something I put it in and I ordered this meal fairly often because the kids always get the same thing I was get one of two things and I kind of know how much it costs. Doing the thing and then I'm looking at it and I'm about to hit order I look at the total and it's literally twice what I would normally pay. I kid, you not was like sixty five bucks Virginia order unlike not GonNa do that I'm GonNa wait an hour and then I'll just go get him a damn self and then I did and it thirty dollars with tax when I drive through right That's a hell of a premium because I wanted thirty minutes sooner. And you know. It's funny because. You're right. It is a hell of a premium that's why I don't use it. You can think that. You know what's crazy though is I've heard a really good argument where somebody and I almost got me convinced but I, think because I order for family the the math doesn't work, but for an individual they go. Okay. How much do you make an hour and you know like like on an average our how much hundred bucks an hour they go. Okay. So how much is it going to cost you to go pick up that thing and come back if it takes thirty minutes that's fifty bucks. That's more than what you would have spent that thirty dollar difference. I'm actually losing twenty bucks. Yeah. Well, that's true. You have you make five bucks an hour that that Matt don't work. So there is a level where you makes sense in is not laziness is actually productivity I don't know that I'm quite there. For still feels like a lot of extra money, right? Yeah I. Know that. If I order GRUB or something like that to my apartment it cost me about what I would make an hour. Right. Like that's what that's about what it costs. You see when you think about. Going and how much you make an hour. How much time it takes. You also gotta factor in your wear and tear. Gas everything that it cost you. in yeah. But now with trading, if you've got an account where you're making like. Two or three grand a day on your training account. Then yet dude, come deliver a to me out two hundred bucks. Is, more value I need to have is on yeah..

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Candid Conversations with James

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"james " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"It I saw. At one I held it for a month. and. I saw it go up to an eight hundred and some dollars draw down off thousand dollars and I saw it go. Back and then. It went back to that was after two weeks after two weeks. It went back to about three, hundred and fifty. And it was fallen hard and then it was negative one ninety. And it was still fallen hard. So I was like, okay it's it's going back. It's it's GonNa give me back out. And so I should have got out. But I didn't. Just reverse, start going back up and I saw eight hundred bucks negative for another two weeks, and then it fell back and it was at two fifty M I am getting out and when by from the time I clicked get out to and it actually got me out and went from fifty to ninety. So I ended up losing two, hundred ninety dollars, but it tied my account up for a month. And that was the problem and it drove me bonkers. Like it it was the the worst best experience I've ever had. Yeah it it's one of those experiences that are invaluable but fuck you if I'm ever going to go through that again. Yup and Sean told me. Sean told me he was like you know what? Dude when you lost all that money on gold or when you held that drain on gold, and then you lost that money that was I wasn't sure if you were coming back. He was like I was telling myself. This is GonNa be the deciding point if he's GonNa last or not. If he makes it through that, then he makes it if he doesn't then it's just not for him. and. I was just like well. I just ain't doing that shit. Again. And the problem was that before that I had flipped? So I've built. basically the car that I was driving for. Uber. When I started trading and getting good all of the maintenance that I did on that car was paid for trading money. Like replaced radiator, all of the work that I did on the engine paid for everything trading money, which is why money's not that high because I would like I build it out in withdrawing and build it up and withdraw build it up, and which is like one hundred to five hundred bucks a few times. And.

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Candid Conversations with James

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"james " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"With stocks, it's it's more of a micro level. Right, because you're investing certain businesses and you know like very micro right. But then when you go to the the indices and the commodities in the four x pairs, the businesses that you're investing in our entire countries. got into the product is their money in their economy. So. The in. The. Japan does a whole lot of business with everyone. Like. Probably more than pretty much anybody. You. Know. So that means that there's a whole lot of money getting exchanged between Japan and other countries. which causes and not only is there a whole lot going on but it's also very scheduled. Light, you can see it in I think with. With the USDA I. Think it's ten day cycles. Ten Day cycles of wind things happen. And So and Because of that that means that the J. P. Y. follows market structure the closest it's less likely to go haywire on you. Okay. Like if you see a price pattern for me, it's more likely than it's GonNa form if you're looking at J.P WATT pair versus if you're looking at a A cab pair like I don't trade the cat, the Canadian. Trade this whispering. Those two I don't trade him because the CAD follows oil like almost like a mirror..

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Candid Conversations with James

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"james " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"The first time I laughed I walked out in the middle of shifts. In the second time I left, I was the opener like I had to come in and start everything up for the day. And I just didn't show up. And so then my last job About a car while I was there in started. Auburn. and. I- UBER I worked at job for about seven months. And then it got to the point where I was like. I'm losing money by being here. like I'm making a third of what I would make on the road I being here. Wow. So I was just like I'm done. and. Everybody was like don't burn your bridges don't burn your bridges out of you understand. That's a bridge in only ever plant will crossing again. I'm burning it. And it mean the dude are still friends but I mean I was just like I don dude. Like unless you can pay me three times what you're paying me I'm done. And he was like Oh. Yeah that's. Another guy? Well, I won't be here tomorrow. So healing. All right. So then I started uber and in So at that point, I went to. Virginia Beach. Because I met this other Uber driver that was talking about how he was banking Eh Virginia Beach during the summertime. Like. Okay. Cool and he explained to me that it's because in the summertime the colleges leave Richmond. And so that's forty thousand people that party almost every night. Gone. They don't need rivals on right. And so but the same day that happens. Everything. POPs in Virginia Beach. So. It's only a two hour drive away and I would go hardcore dude drive out there I would sleep in the car walmart. I go pay ten dollars at. Ymca for the day and take a shower. And then I would just hustle until twelve hours were over in a repeat the process for about three days. And then go home and would. Eight, nine hundred bucks..

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Candid Conversations with James

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"james " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"Me do it. And then the owner would come around and he'd asked me to do something else. And I go do that. And then his he's the owner I, mean, you know, and then the GM which sounds like what the hell are you doing? I'm will he told me to come do this and he's like, no, forget him do what I told you to do. I'll deal with him, and so they would just be bickering back and forth in the point is he just could hand the reins over and let someone else run the shop. Like an he he hired the GM so that he could back off of the business, but he just he couldn't do it. Right and worse it sounds like by. I guess putting somebody into that position. You've now made it worse because now you've just introduced confusion. You've been better off just micromanaging things. And I mean don't get me wrong like we're friends and he's a good dude I just can't work for. You know it's like, but at this point I work for anybody. Just happened. I feel that I feel that there's a so I I like a guy called Bra Bell on if you're familiar with them but anyway, I, what did things he says, Oh, I felt that muscle like I feel that in my soul kinda thing and that's why I've mentioned. If because. For me like. Even though I've always kind of had a side Gig like also always had a real job for for years. That's just how you're supposed to do it. I thought Ryan. Yeah and I remember the last job I had was by all external. Whatever you would value job at it had checked all the boxes, right lanes remote it paid. Will it had health insurance in? Had you know unlimited PTO like it had all the things that you would want in a job right and even that it was like..

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Candid Conversations with James

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"james " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"I can't do the eighth grade geology, but the other part the other part is. Like there is I, think a cer- you have to get used to that right like there are certain things that I'm very comfortable with that drive other people up like you tell me to go speak in front of a room full of people have never met before you give me some talking notes just figure it out I. got you like behalf about it but I got you most people would be like I'd rather die. Able. Yeah, right. So you'd be like, no, I, don't WanNa do that but yet. To me something like that and you're like look I'm GonNa give you could even tell give me the money you give you a hundred bucks. So the stakes are relatively low and I'm fronting you the money if you and if you lose it, you don't have to pay me back zero risk, but I would be so lightning affect us up. There's no only get near it. You know what I'm saying and it's it's just it is. It's a mental block and I think. If. If you've chosen a pat, you're gonNA see at some point. Hit a level of discomfort. where it's not just like you said, I sometimes fear sometimes it's anxiety sometimes it's just in our heads, but sometimes it's R-. It's a it's based on something real real loss a real pain that you can. You can experience it's not always like. A Phantom menace were right real stakes, you've lost real money. and. So. I think people go into this. Entrepreneur whatever that form that takes expecting that it's only going to be the stuff there already good at. Right and you? Know is gonNa be all the things you suck at are the ones things? Those are the things you got do the most of it seems like And and so like I just know in my own journey with entrepreneurship in some of this probably mirrors you. But the biggest thing that's helped me is trying to. Learn those things as fast as possible right, and then also determine is this something that I can get up to an acceptable level or is this something I need to basically outsource to somebody knows what the hell doing right and you gotTa make that trade either I can learn it and take put the time in and the effort in and hopefully get to it in level or I can figure out a way to get somebody else to do for me. Maybe I trade maybe I've purchased hire them or purchase services of enough money then maybe like I said some kind of. Trade or or or CH- ask a man can you help me out I learn whatever it is. You'll be surprised many people like I do it all the time and I help people asked me for a thirty minute console newly how much that costs Michelle Talk to anybody for thirty minutes free? Let's do it. The questions and my answers am I. Not let's find out..

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Candid Conversations with James

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"james " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"Hello everybody and welcome to the third episode of candid conversations. With James. This episode features Father Entrepreneur and four trader John Lopez. John I went to high school together we Kinda took different directions in life ended up at different places and so reconnected on facebook but never had a real conversation for a while. So I thought it'd be fun to reach out and we discuss everything from our shared philosophy of failing our way upwards to adopting an owner's mindset and we discuss a little bit about four trading and what that whole world looks like as well as talking about why bad students often make the best entrepreneurs we had a great time now if you enjoy it. Thank you so much for being with me for another candid conversation for those that are maybe new to this. The idea here is just to have open and honest dialogue about any number of topics with somebody who You, know I know, but don't know very well in the sense of like you know I think we've we've been. Been Awhile since we many type of like meaningful personal conversation, but a lot of facebook conversations in between. So I'm kind of excited to learn more about you in here just a little bit about what you got going on and your opinion on any number of topics we might discuss. So thanks so much for joining. The problem I think the last time I talked to you was. Like in person. was. Probably in. Senior Government Class Maybe. So that was not right. I barely remember highschool I. GotTa be honest like. There's not a whole lot about that time period that is give it to me at all. I don't know if it was just. So dramatic I blocked at all or just getting old and forgiveness shit but it's one of the other S. I remember bits and pieces, but not a whole lot. Like. I, remember telling us done. She was full of Shit. At Home is who is this is this is how bad it is like I know the name, but which one was missed done what does she teach.

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Candid Conversations with James

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"james " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"It's like I. Don't be afraid to say you're a certain political like what side you're on or what religion you believe in the end let's let's. Talk about and be ourselves identifies wave we want to exactly in in that not be the the whole total encompassing of you as an individual won't be that one fact about you. You know and You know I think if people just started doing that if people start stopped. Stopped stopping at the first question then maybe we'd have yeah, because it is it's like, Oh, ask that question don't ask that question because you know it's just GonNa lead you to do I Do are we the same We'll see that that's where I'm like I love asking those questions because it does. I. Think you have to be yet to be willing to have the hard conversation is so I, it is hard for a lot of people because it becomes comfortable but I loved the question like what what, where do you stand but I don't care I don't want you to tell me you're a Democrat you're Republican. You're this or that. I don't WanNA label. I WanNa know what you think right and I think it's interesting because even in even because if you take a hundred Democrats you take one hundred Republicans and you you ask them like really crazy like like in-depth questions like we'll tell me tell me what you're worried about on a day to day basis. Not I'm not talking about solving the world's problems on on a political spectrum. Wait on a day-to-day basis what he worry about why we're about paying my rent worry about my kids being safe I, worry about having good quality food for the family whatever it is right they worry about my job you know disappearing these are things that on both sides of the aisles people agree on more often than they don't. So. Anyway. I. Think we were supposed to end and then we didn't. So I'm, GonNa. You you good. Okay. Thanks, this is fun. Love it back..

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Candid Conversations with James

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"james " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"Are in a better position and he's able to work a little bit easier because he's worried about where he's asleep that night. So then there's more people in the workforce and much more money in the economy all of its are all right in so they're. Like. There's this idea that if you if you want to have any type of a social safety net, you're communists and if you if you WANNA have anything tight like personal property or entrepreneurship as as a as a way of inspiring people then you're you know all right or your you know insensitive capitalistic pig or whatever. It's no, it's like everybody's. Just, everybody's just in the middle. As. Long as we can be defended people who say your ideas are so you're the most extreme different than me and the hardly curly on any of these topics. But Hey, we're having lunch together in. It's all good. Thing were it's so hard right now. We're feels like things are so different right now like there's this thing here's this thing in the air you know we can't talk to people who used to be able to talk to about our political believes because if it's that different, then how how can we be friends and it's like well, as long as I understand where you come from and as long as I can say, oh They chose this route but that makes sense to me into them in it's Okay Right. Yeah exactly and I think you know when you talk about earlier, you know hopefully, this is going to lead to a better spot place where people just don't say hateful shit all the time for. The good of the extreme my fears that we're going to go in the other direction where you can't have hard conversations because nobody wants to be uncomfortable. And and if that's the case we're never going to grow. We're never going to come together as a nation right I mean this this this the stuff that we're watching over the last several months, my God it's it's a great example of that because whether you talk about the black lives matter or the masks or the.

"james  " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"james " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"Also he's like I don't think there's anything wrong with being gay I just happen to not be gay and I kinda would like my son to have an experience that is similar to mine because he happens to also be my son right and if I have a preference is that he will turn out like me. Right and I think that's a natural very honest thing for a father to say about a child. Yes. Alright. Because he didn't he didn't say was if my son happens to turn out gay I'm going to disown him in. That wasn't what he was saying. He was saying if I have a preference which I, I have no say in the matter but if I did, this is what I would want. But that has been now taken out of context cost a job. which granted it's not a job that would have paid anything but but it was something wanted to do personally. This is a life goal of his that he can't do now. And it's crazy that he had the chance to how many how many people have the chance to even be offered to do the Oscars you and then having taken away because of something that you. A joke that was taken out of context from twenty years ago. Yeah it sucks. It sucks because you think genuinely this guys nice. He knows he understands what's more league correct and incorrect you know he seems like someone who you would get along with if you met him in real life but he said something in, it's almost like it. It was a comedy sketch from ten years ago and now it could it could pasta could possibly be his career. Criminal. Yeah, it is will enter the that's and so when I say things like you know words don't hurt. That's what I'm referring to. It's like look I get that you maybe especially if you're one of the people as making fun of so if you're if you're gay and you hear that joke. At a context especially, I could understand as a human why you might not appreciate that joke..

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Candid Conversations with James

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"james " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"But when you have something that is widespread and slow moving which viruses as an example, that type of mentality isn't necessarily the best because this isn't something that you just yell at K. I'll charge for let's and I think that's what we saw a lot of in the beginning where like. Everything Down Right. We have this immediate like everybody's everybody's closed off and then we go. Well, what about like food and Shit? Okay everybody. But the food people are shut down like Walmart you can go to I guess. It was and they had to keep kind of backpedaling and so it's like that's that's the problem. If you only think kind of this in this reactionary way of you know if you don't put any time into thinking through, is this like is this a logical way to approach this situation? Yeah. You know and and so many people they don't. They just don't WanNa take the time to. To put in the thought I think. That to me chiming about responsibility that is a responsibility that every single one of us has that you hardly see. In a day to day situation like if you ask them on what their thoughts on about any relevant topic, how much do you actually know how much did you actually look into this thing that you're so upset about or your so happy about you're so passionate about you don't fucking no. Idea what you're talking about. You know like, isn't it? You don't you feel the the motivation to just be aware. I know it sucks. I know. Sometimes you go onto your. Favorite. newspaper website or your Yahoo Dot com or whatever the fuck and your noise 'cause. It's because you hear a lot of negative shit in your noise but isn't there just out like. That feeling of comfort in being aware that feeling of. Maybe only got one side or maybe this story sucks but I know what the fuck is going on. I do. But I can honestly say that based on the conversations I've had with other people. No that is not a common. It's not at all And what's crazy is like I've had those like. One example that I gave that that that I'll give is I, I asked somebody. In a very honest way because I was like look. You Know I..

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Candid Conversations with James

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"james " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"It's not that societal. You're getting your time. Clock is hurry up Y-. Yeah. You better have that baby you'd better by that house. Close. There you've found one keep them exotic. Yeah exactly. It's. It's this idea of you need to embrace this idea of what being an adult is and it is mostly miserable which to me comes right back around to I understand why you feel attacked I, understand why you feel misunderstood. This generate these generations don't understand you and you don't understand us. You know I under I get that I get that it's scary that your children are choosing complete. Instability. Instead of you should've. You should double down on that and kept that the way that we all did. Yeah. Scary. It is scary. Yeah. It's interesting because it's like, where's your value lie and if you value the moment, the part of your life that you're actually guaranteed to have, which is the part you're in. This moment is all you're guaranteed. So you have to make a choice like do I enjoy as many of those moments as I can. Versus do I prepare for some distant future that hopefully will get here when I retire or I can do whatever and I wonder if part of that is tied to religion and if you think about. Again you know generational, a lot of our parents grew up. Much more religious than our generation, right? And the idea, the whole idea behind at least. Like. The Christian Judeo Religion and and this idea that your whole life is just a test for the afterlife rights whether you have a good one or a bad one. All depends on this little test that is life. So there's no value in enjoying life for itself. It's all for the future and see that kind of play into these things that we see in the last several decades where we're destroying our rainforest and we're. Having all these really shortsighted views of things like. Well, that's not GonNa Affect me..

"james  " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"james " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"Street, not fifteen miles where I grew up. In White Bill Right. You know. Country whatever like if anybody's going to learn to work on like Engines Shit. It's going to be like somebody from the country where I grew up, right? Wow. That's not what they taught us. We learn coding and Web. Design and. Like I I took a frigging radio like everything in high school I I went through like twenty different courses of different careers because they offered all of them they had a budget will shit in my high school you could be in. A class that was like bill bridge engineering or some shit like that like who takes that? Crazy people but you know we're. Like. But yeah, you know they hinds of stuff. Rate and it's like so if that's what you're growing up in and that's what you assume because you think every high schools like yours most people do right go high schools universal experience, but it's not. Like something as simple as that. Now, twenty something years later I'm hearing about and I'm like I never did knows down the road from me for God's Sakes I didn't know at any rate insane and so when he's growing up, you know like he's talking on in his neighborhood, there's only two ways to make money you the become a rapper or you start you know become a baller right it unless you want to go the criminal route and sell drugs. Like that, right the only two other two options are you be your baller or Europe? Arab Music Star of some type. And it's like that's crazy like why can't why don't you start a business? Why don't you get a job safe shit like all these things that would come to my mind. Over the we never taught us about that. We know unless you were going to be a nurse or a mechanic. If you WANNA do those two things, you better learn how to play basketball or join the army or join the military. Why? Do Join the military my thing mine was growing up because. We are always staged..

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Candid Conversations with James

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"james " Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"Hello everyone. Thank you so much for joining me on the second episode of candid conversations with James. Today's guest is a medical student and young lady living in Florida. We talk about everything from the perils of modern dating. How difficult it can be to have a political conversation with family how triggering trump can be, and we even touch on entrepreneurship at high. School. We go all over the place with this, but it's a lot of fun and provides a lot of interesting perspectives. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Not. Tell. Everybody who you are. Okay. Name is cat. You may not call me Catherine. Okay may not call you Catherine and understood what whatever So. I'll just wanted to start a I was telling you a minute ago. We had a conversation with Odell earlier about it was really weird how we don't even remember how we got into it exactly. But we had this conversation about A lot of different places but where it started was his experience with women in clubs dressing a certain way right and then I know I know this, I won't be opinion. I knew it. Raw Yes exactly but you weren't there at the time. So now I have to give you the context that you can tell us why he's wrong. But the idea was that he he's experienced a lot of women that where you approach them or whatever at the club in there dressed up and they're not they're looking at whatever, and then they're like, I don't want to be bothered by you right And in it's so we were we were kind of joking by the riffing in it's like it seems to be a lot of times the the the thing that makes the difference whether or not. This is a welcome advanced or an unwelcome advanced is the look of the guy. Right. So if it's the kind of guy you're looking for then these types of advances are welcomed but if it's not then all of a sudden,.

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