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"jason walsh" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Tear for by me. Firefighters volunteer for vaccinations, but it does not support a city mandate. Health officials in L A say Covid 19 testing will be required for most youth sports. The Department of Public Health has released updated guidance that says athletes participating in moderate or high risk sports such as baseball, football and basketball will be required to be tested at least once a week. The rules will go into effect next week on September 1st, a man accused of shooting into his neighbor's backyard in Santa Monica, has pleaded guilty to a federal gun related charge. According to court papers. The neighbor of Jason Walsh, heard popping sounds one night while having a gathering in his backyard with several guests, including Children. Cops discovered a hole had been shot through the garage and found a bullet on the floor. The ATF says Walsh was previously convicted of a felony charge for making terrorist threats and, as a result is not allowed to possess firearms or ammunition. The Santa Ana winds season is just around the corner. That means fire season is here. And that means we all have a role to play l a mayor, Garcetti says. He knows he sounds like a broken record when he reminds people to have an evacuation plan and create defensible space around your home and property. But, he adds, it's a matter of life and death. We do this every single year to make sure that you are safe and that we can protect our city even as we see more extreme weather. As a result of climate change and other factors and a drought obviously continue, says this year's brush fire seasons on track to be one of the worst in years. Steve Gregory can't find news Every day. We are moving Americans out of the country. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the State Department is working hard to contact any American who wants to get out of Afghanistan. A spokesman for the Taliban says the evacuation process must be finished by the end of the month, saying there will be no extensions. Leaders of G seven countries have met to talk about possibly extending the airlift deadline. The new governor of New York has promised a fresh start. Kathy Huckle says her administration will focus on helping New Yorkers regain confidence in their elected officials want people to believe in their government again. It's important to me that people have faced local has become the first female governor of New York. She takes over from former governor Andrew Cuomo,.
"jason walsh" Discussed on The Takeaway
"We build a clean energy economy we are actually lifting people out of poverty and making jobs more accessible we have community benefit agreements for example right which are often applied on large construction projects that include career pipelines of pre apprenticeship to registered apprenticeship programs with local hiring so that Community members where projects are being built. Actually get the jobs that come from that investment We have We have you know pipelines registered apprenticeship programs. That are not just jobs not just careers. And then i think we also have to look at the fact that unionization itself is a way in which we address inequities right because one of the things that unionization does is to confront directly wage discrimination through contracts so the the data shows that for example a black union member earns twenty eight percent more in wages on average compared to a non union. Black worker this country. So i think we have a number of tools to address that i think president biden has been very clear that he sees a clean energy future is also a way of addressing historic and current inequities. And and we gotta get it done a little bit about what these jobs could offer Coal and oil and gas workers can make as much as six figures up to one hundred thousand dollars a year but so far from what we understand. The average solar installation job pays about forty five thousand a year. Maybe about half that. What is it gonna take for green jobs to become comparible in terms of salary jason to fossil fuel jobs. You need to close the gap in union density between a clean energy jobs like solar and wind and jobs incumbent energy sectors union density in solar and wind jobs is roughly four to six percent that is two to three times less than union density rates in fossil electric power generation So until we close that gap were were not going to close the wage and benefit gap because the single best way of doing that is to ensure that workers can collectively bargain with their employers for better wages and benefits and working conditions. Heather what hurdles do we expect the biden administration to face when trying to implement Their green jobs plan going forward. We're already hearing some opposition from some republican members of congress are saying who are fearing the loss of these jobs. Is there anything that biden administration can do. I mean i guess the first question would be. Is it possible to even retrain current fossil fuel workers to be clean energy workers to participate in the current clean energy Jobs that are available. And if that doesn't happen. What other hurdles will biden face Retraining is Is a tricky is a tricky issue That tends to make people pretty angry. Fossil fuel country. I think i think to some degree because historically that's been kind of the bone that's thrown in that direction if people talk about. Hey we're gonna move move away from these fossil fuel jobs that we give you a training program. It's not say training programs are bad It's just that when we talk about a transition that affects you know individual workers as well as communities We're talking about a whole kind of ecosystem and even though those are ecosystems that are Stuck in certain areas such as like what jason referred to You have places like you know. Wyoming eastern wyoming there too dependent on coal parts of appalachia. That are very dependent on coal. Parts of southern louisiana that are dependent on oil Those ecosystems are kind of complicated. So it's not when we talk about the transition. I think one of the things that gets lost is that. it's not as simple as sending somebody to a program to to to learn how to be a wind technician And yes went technician. Jobs paid as well as fossil fuel jobs. Maybe that would be the number one thing that we do. But i think that when people talk about the energy transition in the challenges And people very realistic and very honest about what's going on What we're talking about is what happens to the community at large happens to those individual workers and you have to have. I think a lot of folks are saying you have to have A bigger concept about what happens when you take away fossil fuel jobs. It's not that it's impossible or horrific but it is something that that has huge impact. And i think you know. Hopefully there is room for that impulsive to understand that. There's a big. There's a big impact there. That's that goes beyond retraining. So i think that there is a huge challenge In understanding that and making sure that people are making political decisions at a high level. Understand that but one of the biggest You know kind of problems to that. Is that the people that are fighting. Fossil fuel jobs are fighting for the existence of fossil fuel jobs and are not necessarily folks that are going to be saying okay. you know. we're definitely gonna lose these job. So what do we do for the communities. There's there's a disconnect in terms of palaces talked about politically That makes it hard to have these conversations. Okay what is happening regardless of policy. What is happening. Because all seen what kind of policies we put in place To to help workers to help communities that are affected by other transition. Richards is an energy reporter with any news and jason. Walsh is the executive director of the blue green alliance. Thanks to you both for joining us. Thank you. We're all feeling the economic crunch from the covid. Nineteen pandemic from workers who've been laid off or furlough to businesses that have had to close their doors but now as many businesses faced continuing losses. Some say they're attempting to stay afloat in ways. That consumers might find questionable from salon dentists offices to nursing homes businesses around the country. Some are charging hidden cove. Nineteen related fees for covering things like p. p. e. disinfection services and other things consumers may not be aware of hannah. Denim is a national business reporter with the washington post..
"jason walsh" Discussed on The Takeaway
"More american seen feel the devastation in big cities small towns coastlines and farmlands in red states and blue states after four years of climate denial and an embrace of fossil fuels under former president trump president. Joe biden is looking to clean up. The country's energy policy on his first day in office biden signed a number of executive orders reversing course on everything from the paris agreement to the controversial keystone excel pipeline and though climate activists and others are celebrating these efforts not everyone is on board some republicans including us. Senator shelley moore capito of west virginia have alleged that biden's recent climate action's jeopardize tens of thousands of jobs in the us specifically citing the halting of the twelve hundred mile pipeline. It is i actions. President biden managed to kill thousands of jobs and paralyze america's industries this is an economic energy and national security disaster. In my view the debate over keystone is raising questions. About what kinds of jobs will be lost. What kinds of will emerge under the biden. Administration's environmental policies key plank of our bill back better recovery plan is building a modern resilient climate infrastructure clean energy future that will create millions of good pain union jobs not seven eight ten twelve dollars an hour but prevailing wage and benefits. I'm tansy vega and the tension between the climate crisis and the jobs crisis is where we start today on the takeaway heather. Richard's is an energy reporter with ian news. Heather welcome to the takeaway. Thanks for having me. And jason walsh is the executive director of the blue green alliance which works to unite labor unions and environmental organizations. Jason glad to have you on. The show is going to be here heather. Let's start with you. I wanna play an exchange between fox news reporter. Peter doocy and white house press secretary. Jen press secretary. Sorry jen psaki. That sort of gets to the core of this issue. Let's take a listen administration going to let the thousands of fossil fuel industry workers whether it's pipelines workers for construction workers who are either our or will soon be out of work because of vitamin e. When it is and where it is that they can go for their green job. Well certainly welcome you to present your data of all the thousands and thousands of people who won't be getting a green job. Maybe next time you're here. He can present that. The president and many democrats and republicans in congress believe that investment in infrastructure building infrastructure That's international interests on boost the. Us economy creates good paying union jobs. Heather a press secretary sake. They're sort of you. Know deflate deflected the issue really. But let's get to the core of what a reporter. Peter doocy is asking here where do The folks who stand to lose these jobs get replacement jobs right. Well that's a. It's kind of a difficult. I don't i don't think i have a very easy answer At a difficult question in any way just because it said. There's there's an assumption that somebody is going to go from pipeline to on a wind farm or something along those lines and it's a bit more complicated than that Obviously if you kill a construction project no matter what it is and there's some people that have a contract to to belabor on that The are no longer have that contract right. they have to look somewhere else. Another contract which is how pipeline workers. You know kinda string together. Their their jobs anyway Green jobs on a handed is something that you kind of promised to come As a part of this you know massive kind of investment that the president has has called for So it's not a tit for tat not an easy thing to say you lost your job. He lost his contract. Here you're going to get a contract here Which i think is is why. It's difficult to answer that. And what is the debate about. These keats sewn job or losses. We should stay represent i mean. What's the bigger picture here. I mean people are either on one side or the other depending on what their politics are. For the most part you know pipelines have become Just a very difficult topic People who don't really following gas or these kind of issues closely probably still have an opinion on whether or not the keystone excel pipeline to go through You know this is. This is a debate. That's going on this particular. Pop pipeline is a debate. That's been going on since two thousand eight when it was first proposed you know but folks kind of weighed in because if they have all these worries about climate change than they they don't want any more pipelines. They don't want any more crude move in from here to there And folks who are on the other side of it and support fossil fuel development into into the future. Say you know this is how you this how you get gasoline for your cars. You know you have to move it somehow. You're not being realistic. There's all these people that depend on this for jobs. So it's very difficult loggerheads in terms of people who feel one way about it and other way about it And keystone accel is just one of pipelines In one of the projects that kind of falls right in the middle of that that fight. Jason there are bring you into the conversation here because the keystone pipeline jobs is heather. Astutely points out are very specific types of jobs. As a specific industry there are other industries particularly in manufacturing That under president trump were sort of mayday at least a a a political priority for the president to hold onto because many of those jobs manufacturing jobs had also been in jeopardy. What's the historical context For those types of jobs and how they fared and places like detroit and pittsburgh. Well i think each community. Each part of the country has a has a slightly different history. I think in reference to detroit and pittsburgh we have to look at a history of deindustrialization In both places that was often not responded to with good policy and good public investment by elected officials. All right Bad trade policy economic policy in able Some of that indeed deindustrialization. So i think many workers many unions are rightly leery of any kind of transition whether we call it just transition or something else. The reality is that over the last several decades in particular. We have not seen a major economic shift whether it's globalization and offshoring of manufacturing or the gig of the economy that has been fair to workers and are we talking about specific kinds of workers. Jason are we talked because when we talk about green jobs to heather's point i think there and others are. I think the idea here is that these are jobs that we're creating a pipeline ford. Now that will ultimately result in employment down the road but the folks that are caught in the middle. Now i guess are what we're talking about right. Those folks that seem to get left behind not in some sort of future iteration of jobs.
"jason walsh" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Yeah, we you know. When I left the military, I really took me a while to transition from that lifestyle, and from that sort of you know service kind of oriented community that you build and I really miss that Camaraderie. I miss the Grind Event I missed a lot of what you. You experience that with my first ever professional career and I think people. People often say to me talk about the transition from the military into civilian life and I think that people have an impression that you because disciplined because of the skill set. Because this year you get military that that's sort of an easily applicable law civilian life, but actually like the spirit of the lifestyle I think is what's really hard to transition, and that's quite a bit different very emotional. And I was looking for that back in my life after a few years being out so that open house at the Volunteer Fire Department. You know seemed like a a great way to. Consider just another opportunity to kind of bring. The public service read back into my life and and I found it, and not only did I find that, but I've found that inflation with other huge part of my life, which is just an interest in Venice and training. It's crazy. How these doors closed and open is an aunt were speaking with Sarah car. I know that you're not just doing this to get rich. You're helping people, and and with that in mind, the Stephen Siller tunnel to towers foundation with F, the N. Y.. You take part of the money you send it that way, right? Yeah, so a percentage of our sales of our hoses, Antar training, our APP training and our live online workouts goes towards the Stephen Siller Foundation and this is. This is an extraordinary foundation, because that story is amazing to Stephen Siller was a firefighter children, nine eleven We're obviously based in new. York right in his backyard and so last spring we we looked to have a charitable organization that was doing incredible work nationally, and they support veterans wounded veterans fallen first responders. They're not supporting three million dollars. Support is going to frontline healthcare workers and the covert nineteen crisis, so it just goes on and on with Ciller family in his. Memory by starting this and it just seemed like the perfect match for us and. You know to be a collaborator to make an impact going forward, so I hope you know the more we grow, the more. You get out there in the world, people can the more support that we provide the people who need it, so it seems like when. So. Let's talk about the uses of the steel hose because it's a Dumbbell, it's a kettle bell. It's a medicine ball. It's a lot of things, isn't it? I like to say five tools and one. That's my tagline for insurance, or just the application of this, so you know when you look at what you can do with a three put but pizza firehose that's with a semi rigid structure with this great grip to it, and you can layer that on the body you can lift it. You can swing it. You can drag it. You can even talk that you can do partner work. You can link them together with the GROMIT. On the end you can place that gromit onto a table column now becomes only waited resistance. Handle this out there on the market and so. This really is one tool in which you can link movements together and create complexes that are, you cannot create in any other way, and that becomes very special for the sports performance You know of training world, because if you're a ELAX, you're you know a? Sport an athlete that works at a stick and a ball or an athlete that works at a lot of rotation any kind of equipment. Any kind of power based training like that's what you're looking for is optimizing you know. Lincoln, they'd move in together and creating these complexes so when it comes to that basic strength conditioning curriculum, we can create one with the steel hose. That's that opens up new possibilities that we literally never had before. And you know it's fun to record. I'm I'm learning from my own training team. So I went out and found the best partners in the industry I went to the very top last spring the people. I admired the most as pro athlete and. And celebrity trainers who are now my partners who developed the Training Curriculum Jason Walsh Devon Wiggins, Amberg Oppor, and these athletes and coaches are the people who are now delivering our curriculum to the world with the steel hose and I I'm having fun learning from them. Because of course I'm the military gal athletes but I you know this is not exercise. Science is not a richly my or de ser, background, and passion, and I found that through this through this invention, and so that all those partnerships and all those uses and applications have become this really explosive special big thing you know that we're looking to carry forward and refine, and just you know and bring to athletes everywhere. Very cool, and of course nowadays if you're going to hit the market big time like you have you need an APP and I know you've put a lot of time into the happen how that helps you with the workouts? Yeah, so we have developed an APP that has a little bit library that all your listeners can download for free, and you can see one hundred and fifty movements right off the bat that you can do the steel hose, and then we also have a custom portion of that. APP when he could become a member with us. You know month to month. And you can work with these trainers who have come on board and or my directors training now Devon right into number. COPPARD develop all the training. You get on the APP when you open that up. And what was interesting what I realized in reflecting? Allow your questions about the origin story. You know I didn't realize that you know the product education and I'm really educating people because it's like truly a brand new genre of training, you know it's a different kind of relate train, free weight and resistance training the different kind of set movement patterns we can create. The education piece is huge, and it's a huge mountain to climb and I totally respect that you know somebody will pick up a steal cool, and then they're like what do i. And I'm like fair enough. You know he's Firoz. I got it and we've tried on the APP to just deliver the the basic movements. If you want to really understand the dynamics, the best, and then also deliver rate workouts pro pre-programmed. You know for everyone so that taking just like you know, start getting the benefit of the start gaining the value the value, the athletic value so I'm psyched about our and you got more people downloading that eating it. Just have about a minute last question for you. What's it like when you put something out there to the fitness community and they have one eyebrow raise like this is a shake, weight or a thigh master, and then it's embraced, and then it has praised. What does that you know? How does that feel to know that? This thing is been accepted and people really liked.
"jason walsh" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Yeah Rockwell one of the biggest pieces of nepotism in the history of music was it was it is uncle third very Gordy is father's father yeah either that's how Michael Jackson got on the record in this the only reason the record got sold because it came out when thriller was like the biggest album in the world so Barry Gordy son release is just ridiculous song I I'd like it and in you know Gordy says yeah Michael do this formula and you know Michael Jackson deliver accordion then this became a huge hit with the only hit the city had ever had well we all know what berry Gordy's real greatest achievements what's that the last dragon very Gordy's the last dragon the single greatest martial arts movie ever made dumping notes gymkhana is better than last dragon one of the year's who requested the rock well as going from Kenneth down in Carbondale Kenneth Hey coming up a tough for clock our good friends over at Bradley place we get the final cast the WGN TV morning news for an hour and then Steve Cochran coming up at five and the news is next from the northwestern medicine Newser all right we're talking about actors actresses who a change their bodies did body transformation for rob parts in movies Robert deniro raging bull we mention that one already which which is a big one that's like you know huge Vincent enough real in full metal jacket do you have yeah you know I mean it is getting a lot of one oh god yeah well do you know he played for in adventures in babysitting yeah him and that's before that's before full metal jacket Michael Fassbender in hunger my god I love that movie Ryan Reynolds in blade Trinity got all buff Christian bale in American hustle gain weight Evan at hair Anne Hathaway les mis lost twenty five pounds and her hair in one scene it's funny it's like yeah I remember when when exit that movies terrible ms it's terrible but like when she won the Oscar for it I was like okay so if you crying get your hair cut at the same time you can you when Oscar Ben Kingsley for Gandhi he lost over twenty pounds for it and then basically you know like obviously shave his head and all that stuff made a complete transformation let's see here is James on WGN I James are you doing all right what's up thank you all the days to you in your in your crew you too Michael Clarke Duncan's transformation for the green mile yeah he was a big man yes yeah he was a mixed start because remember his first appearance was all Oprah Winfrey show and he was he was a husky guy he was a muscular guy V. and but he yeah he should have been the whole yeah I agree all right thank you James Campbell with all right Gary Oldman when he played the role of Winston Churchill at some of that was probably the one that was prosthetic though when he wore a fat suit for that Robert De Niro got ripped for Cape Fear yeah you did did me god I hate that movie I know what's up for stakes in make up but you gotta love Tom cruise's uncredited character of les Grossman tropic thunder as I've mentioned before everybody talks about how great Robert Downey junior is in that movie too got NASCAR nomination for it Tom Cruise is the funniest performance and in tropic thunder Tom Cruise is on B. leave a plea funny in tropic thunder so how about Emile Hirsch into the wild that was the movie where he lost a bunch of weight F. for about a guy who who in ventured into the African wilderness and eventually starve to death he said I weighed about a hundred fifty six pounds when I got the part I weighed a hundred and thirty throughout most of the film so I lost over twenty six pounds to get in shape for the movie then I went down to a hundred and fifteen odd pounds for the weight loss a segment in Alaska I'm so there were two stages of weight loss he did a lot of running he was very hungry was Jennings candy all the time it's funny because normally I'm not a big chocolate bar eater but that was really what I wanted more than anything else I was like steak now I'll take it take five candy bar nice choice take five the best creative are ever Jake Gyllenhaal Nightcrawler drop thirty pounds he looks he looks really really gone in that movie Hey you scary looking yeah that's a great movie that's a really great movie Dan Gilroy out Renee Zellweger in Bridget Jones the edge of reason she had a four thousand calorie a day diet she went from a size four to a fourteen she packed on Morton thirty pounds how to play Bridget Jones dementia then she lost it all Matthew fox and Alex cross he shed a fifth of his body weight to play the Amancio added a man seated villain in the heavy duty thriller Alex cross what what yeah that movie nobody even saw that movie he lost all that weight nobody even sought it's equal to the are the transmission is equal to the jail house Superman that Robert deniro cheating Cape Fear the matter in a more of a metamorphosis that was not dissimilar from Christian bale skeletal appearance in the machinist nobody recognized him and actually nobody went to go see the movie Rooney Mara the girl with the dragon tattoo to transform for her role as pale anorexic Lisbeth sounder in the girl dragon tattoo she worked out nonstop I'm before the film's release she had been on a bit of a diet when a waiter appears to take your order we're all looking at our menus but I can see out of the corner of my eye Fincher nudging Mara he says were quite seriousness you can eat look at our first reaction she rolls arising Fincher laughs you can have lettuce and great a raisin if you must all right Emma stone battle of the sexes how did I missed on transforming the tennis legend Billie Jean King she took a lot of sled pushes protein shakes and a man named Jason Walsh Emma took it very seriously yeah can she really wanted to she really wanted to do though she wanted to be it you know appear in the tennis scenes if you want to be in great shape for it again not a great movie but she's.
"jason walsh" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Isn't that wonderful? All right. You'll stand back to back right here on that. Yes. Okay. And I am going to those of the chiefs. We're talking about right there. I'll ask you a question like who can do a better push up and you'll you'll hold it up. So we can say towards the audience. All right don't. All right. You better. Be honest. You have to be honest or else or else? Who made the first move. All right. That's that's a. Did you want him to make the first move? Yes. I want even I you know, what maybe maybe I was confused. I thought maybe he wanted like a yoga class yoga teacher. Right. He kind of did he? Into. Wanted to have six children in six years. I wonder. Who on the last argument, the two of you had? That's disagreeable. So you say you did he says he did how about who has won every single argh know who won the? One the last one, I always all of them. But he said he wanted last time, and then and then I was joking. It's fun to see right now. All right. All right. Let's talk about your your friend breed Larson, re Larson, she's a superhero. Now, she's a superhero now. But before that she won an Academy Award for movie cold room, the room the room, the room was just rates room guys. It's not the room. And that was the first time I'd ever heard of her, and I know she's been acting since she was a young young girl. But I thought she was brilliant in that. And now she's gotten cast as a superhero marvel cap, captain marvel they were there was a Super Bowl ad and there is a Super Bowl. Yeah. Captain marvel jet Reich kept first female, eat and marvel movie. I like, yeah. Wow. And she's a bad ass like and she talked about literally having never exercised or done anything. And basically, they said you've got nine months, you're a superhero. Now, you need to get into shape, and she was actually really funny talking about how she got. Into shape. Listen to this. Brie larson? Congratulations on this movie. This is a cool thing. I think is cool. Yes. It's a very cool thing you'd be okay. Yes. Yes. And you're here for our Super Bowl shows that exciting. I can't wait to learn about it. So what is all right? Well, it's football. Now, where are you from here, Los Angeles? So, you know, the Rams, of course, of course. You're not a football fan. I don't know anything about nothing about it. I know that there's a ball. Yes. I actually played in a football game. Which is unfortunate for the team. I was which was also televised. It was a direct TV football game. He'll I manning was my coach I didn't know that that mattered. It seemed like it didn't we lost? Like, I didn't know anything about football until the saints got into they went to the Super Bowl, and I'm from New Orleans. So then I got into it. And since I got into it. I'm like obsessed. What was this is my year? Yeah. You can because it's the Rams get into it. Now. Why are we called the Rams I've never seen a ram in Los Angeles. Right. No. They don't usually point. No, it's it's not like, you know. So you're you're not into football. But you're very athletic. I am. But this is like a new thing, I was super not athletic. I was like can you open this water for me person? And then like a year ago. I just like like I just got really like when you got cast. In the movie. Right. So I trained for nine months, and then was able to do crazy things that could dead lift two hundred twenty five pounds by the end of it. I. Yeah. Now, did you bring with you? Jason Walsh was my trainer out. My trainer. I mean. I haven't seen him in months, but that's my. I never see you at the gym trainer. But I just haven't trainer then. Now, he might be your trainer, right more. So than mine, but Jason I'll be back. I will. I knew that. That's why I asked because he gets everybody in shape for movies..
"jason walsh" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast
"Face to. I'm obsessed with my cuticle 's. So I always always have cuticle oil with me because I just feel like with the weather. It's dry moving your hands around all the time. You're touching stuff. We could both use cuticle oil my glove. I'm being honest. I'm really obsessed with ESI right now. So I like an SE cuticle in my purse that I use and then Rosebud lip salve or Chanel lip balm. Because I hate a chaplain hate a chaplain. Okay. So let's get into morning routines. I am obsessed with morning routines. I ask everyone that comes on the show about them. And I have my own very anal annoying routine. That is not involve you, Michael. What are you gonna share this morning routine? I at light movement hydration, meditation, and then fiber coffee, and a workout like I have to get these things in part one part one. Then it goes on I need like I'd love like tangerine oil diffusing in my house from being honest, perhaps the candle maybe like right now, I'm really really loving. What's that candle that pre blue I love their volcano. And then I like like a vibe in the house like maybe some Boston Nova. I'm specific about my mornings. So I wanna know your routine gosh, I talked to talk to three I love it. We need to come over the when you're when you can come over to you know, he'll be there. Glam squad will be there. I'll be right at work. So I get up really really early probably about between five thirty and six AM. Our glam squad offices are based in New York. So it's already nine o'clock in the morning there. So the first thing I do is so sad. When I wake up in the warning is I check my Email. I do I do I need to know. If I missed anything over the evening, I need to make sure that I'm on top of whatever is happening in the morning. So I do that. And then I check my CNN app. Make sure I haven't missed any worldly news while I've been my eight hours slumber, I have to have coffee, I let out the dogs, and then I had to the gym. And I don't feel like a human till I've had my coffee and worked out, and then what's your workout at the gym? So I train at rise movement. Jason Walsh who I love. He's a graduate of UNC Chapel Hill, he really got his degree in physiology. So he really knows the body. So we do you know, it's like circuit training. There's like cardio and weights and all different types of fun things that are, you know? Well beyond me to be able to articulate, but it's working, and I feel for thirty three. I'm looking pretty good. You're looking great. You're kidding slowing. Like, you're looking Great Lakes. Anything you do nightly. Well, I drink a bottle of water before I go to bed, and I take off my makeup, those are two non-negotiables. Right. I think so. So do I. Okay. So is there something a trick? I know you work with your husband a lot is there. A trick of working with your husband because sometimes it can be rather difficult. You guys work together far more closely than Jesse and I work together. So show just on the show. Okay. So you know, we've been together for twelve years. Yeah. My fiance, and I have been together for twelve you have to tell us how you met like give us the whole background on that. So he was working on a television show called desperate housewives back in the day. My roommate at the time was hot Gardner. Yeah. Okay. So my roommate not the time was also working on the show and he set us up..