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The Magic Of Visualization!

Plan B Success

05:34 min | 3 months ago

The Magic Of Visualization!

"Visualize can be buck is taking it. One step further manifesting. You're making it real. That is the magical visualization although many senior china roy. A few minutes each day. Perhaps when you begin your day or ended roll. Your eyes met your mind. The picture of cheat vity degaulle. This can summon your entities. Everybody's chase after what you want. Make it real the difference between those that realize and those that are in the level of larry she also an exit strategies. You need to realize your goals vision. Many led light decide how they lead decided. The rain has lead the light they want. Neutralization is a big baller rains in your hands. Most of us have minimal over again. Women's limit however have morgan find control on our inner cells and are be. Why didn't we want and by me. So you're able to create a balance in your interactions with the external in weiner's in your favor. Our mines are highly thinker s to manage it. However when you spend time one that you're in your calm your mind talks and females that are beneficial to you you decide how interact and respond the outran wyman than The process of the organization is a practice into your mind and in line with your goals by teaching your mind sir your rules your mind helps your actions realize these lowe's buy new realize nation is not about seeing the richie in your mind but it's allows seeing them as already she where you see yourself having cheat them and perhaps are celebrating. You see you having these schools. You see the acura of your cheap. That is as asian z. Yourself haven't she these sandy. From any facet of our professional visualization helps you remain positive each jayme as many of these schools. I you on on truly realize visualizing something as already and she was working as five richie. Macy's huge difference in your photos to manifest or now billy you can. Your mind is awful tool than nuking unit inexperience in the mind and indefinitely as apart manifestation relation practice. Find your spots down on your senses. Open your minds. Who was renamed. Muscian may introduce yourself. Seek out of commemorates wholesome in the goal celebration an experienced seems potential coming. You're making it happen what you have seen by writing it down and making it a motivator on your journey to realizing is asian is a way to repel accelerate your role and raise your success. Visualize ation has the magic that your goals are and she let you take control of an insurance. You use it bennett work. You truly want helps you married understanding your desires and ensuring you cheese after what you re watch challenges. Obstacles shoe allows you to do. Is we happening them on. Your possess allows for your also your motions act the moment you will manifest desire in real life. Do yourself a famous yoga Union dramatic.

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FDA panel expected to address allergic reactions linked to Pfizer vaccine

Here & Now

03:32 min | 5 months ago

FDA panel expected to address allergic reactions linked to Pfizer vaccine

"Joined countries approving the pfizer biontech corona virus vaccine for emergency use and a. Us decision could be any day now. The fda's vaccine advisory panel meets tomorrow and as the uk enters day. Two of its pfizer vaccine. Roll out. Yesterday we find out to people. There developed an allergic reaction after they were vaccinated another fine but officials. There are warning people with a significant history of allergic reactions. Not to take this vaccine. Let's check in with jennifer nozoe senior scholar at the johns hopkins center for health security. And dr nozoe. Two people very small number compared to the number that were vaccinated. But it's concerning for people. What should we know about these reactions. Well something like. This isn't uncommon You know people and we You know expect some manner of this but the fact that it was detected and reported in this notice issued is a symptom. Sign that the the system is working that the safety protocols are in place and that there is a monitoring effort. So when i hear this. I'm actually reassured that we are collecting the right data and keeping tabs on all the right things and so far. I haven't heard anything that would make me worry about the vaccine for the general population is good. And that's why we're told you supposed to stay wherever you get a shot for about fifteen minutes so people can monitor you. People with severe egg allergies are often monitored after getting a flu shot. But for this co vaccine do you anticipate will hear more stories like this absolutely we will and again that shouldn't be interpreted as the. There's a problem with the vaccine. This happens with any sort of vaccine It is just a symptom of the fact that we are going to be doing enhanced monitoring to make sure that we fully understand what's happening after we vaccinate people and so again i find it reassuring one we When we detect and talk about these things transparency. Well we mentioned a british. Regulators are now warning anyone with a history of severe allergic reactions. People who carry epipens with them. You know to to help them come back from one of those reactions are an example. And they're not to take the pfizer vaccine. But what if you know you've had one really serious reaction to say the medication indusin asking for a friend you know what does a serious allergy mean right it is. It is a bit difficult and you know. Obviously we will learn more as the specs more people you know truly who may have these sorts of reactions and who not The best advice. I have is just talk to your personal clinician To sort out your particular situation It's really hard to say at this point for for individuals. Who really needs a clinician loop to to tell you what to back. So i'll tell my friend to call her doctor do right but in the minute that we have. We know. we're not going to confuse this allergic reaction to some of the adverse effects that people have been having the side effects so explain what those are people might expect sure so You know with the side effects that a lot of people experience are just part of the immune system reacting To the vaccine. Which you know vaccines train your immune system so that when and if you come in contact with the virus they know to after it and so part of the soreness or the You know maybe flu like symptoms that people might feel. Afterwards as a sign up the immune system have recognized something and and it started the training process. It's what's supposed to

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"jayme" Discussed on Relentless Dentist

Relentless Dentist

05:28 min | 11 months ago

"jayme" Discussed on Relentless Dentist

"By the hundred and forty seven dollar. CBC and that's the solution to our problems. On the. Wrong things you don't know anybody who did that. No but it's true it's like. Be being the leader of an organization that. Is a lonely place. And, it's hard. Because you have to hold this light posture with your team and. Frankly I'm not very good at it, but I think there's there's. Great potential and not not always holding that posture even with your own team, but with your community to you want to be respected leader, and there's that balance of what do I let my guard down? When do not who who who do I? Talk to about these other issues that are coming up I can tell you one of the reasons I like startups most is because there's incredible opportunity to avoid problems. This is gonNA. Sound Weird I know this is not a typical consulting thing to do you know I've got a team of fifteen are just talking about a day. You know at this team of fifteen people are on the. WHO, open startups. Typically consultants will fix problems. Here a problem they'll come in and fix it. And that's awesome. The credible need that is there because there are so many inherent things, broken practices or were not functioning well in the practice owner. It's imperative, but the I think the reason I love startups is because there is a way to avoid parts of that. I can't tell you. There's a way to avoid every problem, but there sure is a way to avoid most of them. So the reason I love I think the reason let startups is because we can customize a plan that helps avoid the typical heartache heartbreak financial breaks big problems. I mean even right now, so we're on the heels. Kobe right I mean covert pandemic. It's the talk of everything in. Their practices that, even as the economy is theoretically rebounding their practices that are going out of business. Their practices that will make it. And I don't think there's going to be tidal wave of them, and there are some who just. Not GonNa make it. In contrast to that I can I can give you. Dozens of startups across the country. Who who their first day out even literally this Guy David Wright and you're still. He's not you, but you know his name is. David is in your state and David opened his doors. His first day was a forty two hundred dollars a day first day out of the gate with a cold scratch startup in the middle of. Pandemic Forty two hundred bucks, and it's not just about money, but he even said the week before we go. Jayme! What am I gonNA do. Metro of stress and fear of getting ready to. Do the week before he opens, he says. I got bad news. What's up, Dave? I got fired. Oh? Yeah my associates shift just fired me a pandemic locations all that. WHOA. Okay, a said you don't scares me though. My wife is pregnant with our second kid. She's going to be doing. She's do two months. So? This guy scared to death. He spent eighteen months preparing for this moment grand opening then he's. Interviewing afterwards, he's up good his following process. All the system just kept going forward cup. All the prosecutor has to do he did it at. Like I said forty two hundred dollar first day. That's that's more than the national average of the established practice in America and he did on his birthday cold scratch. That's why I love startups like even when things scary or or even, pandemic does a way to avoid a way to avoid the problems that is unique to start ups, so you asked earlier in the discussion. WHO's right? WHO's? Wrong for I. Don't know if I can like the finance specifically but I can say it certainly it. The odds are certainly better if you know what you want. Now not saying you need to know what you want before you start the process, we call this thirteen stages. It's thirteen sequential steps. The first stages vision unquestionably. Without hesitation, the first ages vision that can take weeks, months or years to define. So nothing to start the vision stage. You have to know what you want. Vision stages actually defining what you want, and in the Business Day the first of thirteen stages. It is that that helps create the road for the entire startup. What's sad is when I see startup practice owners were to be started practice unders. Their first step is putting a poll on facebook. Like where do you think I should go? Really would ask him. A couple of thousand people who like might have opened one practice. Maybe maybe they opened one practice, maybe one time, and maybe a lot of them with Mediocre Success Arabia of A lot of people who type the loudest on those who other people aren't even dentists. Never, even opened a practice, or they're still in dental school like that's cool I love that opinions out there for the world, but sometimes the loudest opinions on keyboards are the ones that. Are almost like asking you to be the. Guinea pig for their theory. So the first step is super important, and its defining the finding division so I would say who's it right for? I would say for people who know. Who Know what they want until then. Don't assume that opening.

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"jayme" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

07:20 min | 11 months ago

"jayme" Discussed on The First Degree

"All right welcome to another episode of killing time now I WANNA make a disclaimer that we are recording this on Sunday. Three days before we usually air our podcast because we're going to be talking about what billy has been up to over the past week and I. Don't know if anything's going to change by the time we actually air this podcast. Right, billy. Yeah no a lot could change definitely. So, what do you want to give us? Just kind of a rendering of what you've been up to, and you've been in Palmdale all. For a couple days just give us give us a rundown of everything that's going on. You don't actually started a little bit I don't know if she a listener or not, but it started with a A. Message that I got over instagram from somebody that said that this you all ready to says this young man is named Robert Fuller. He was my student years ago yesterday. He was found to cease to hang from a tree in front of City Hall in our town of Palmdale California. Local News Sheriff's Department declared his death suicide before he was even removed from the tree. Let alone before cause of death. Could be determined, or autopsy could be conducted Robert was a great student in my class with an infectious smile and warm sense of humor. I don't know I'm allowed to ask this, but I'm wondering if you can use your platform in the crime community to help bring awareness to Robert's death and lack of an investigation, my heart is breaking for his family, and I'm not sure what else to do. So, I had heard. About it right at the same time that she sent this, so I started digging into it, and I heard a quote, and I still didn't know where Palmdale was and I heard a quote from the. Sheriff's department, saying there are no cameras in the area and I said that just can't be if it's in the middle of a of a park in front of City Hall. So I looked up where a Palmdale was, it was going to take an hour and a half from where I was in Burbank and I said all right, screw it. I went up there and I got there and. It's a town square surrounded by all government buildings and I'm like okay. This is what I'm. GonNa do. I'M GONNA. Go look to see. There was one news camera crew there, and there was maybe about thirty people when I got there, and they were all gathered around the tree, and this was the tree that this young man was found hanging from. There was a couple of his family members there. The there were candles that were lit underneath the tree and I started going I walked past the tree and I just want to every building looking for cameras, and within five minutes I found a camera, and it was about one hundred yards away. From the tree. It had a pretty decent sight line of anybody that'd be walking around again. You're not looking for exactly the the tree itself, but you want to see if you can spot him and if you could spot. If somebody was with him or something or cars, or whatever right so that was on a so I took a picture that was called place called whispering palms. Then I went to another business and I saw a ring Cam, and then I went to another business which might be the best on only fifty yards away, and it was a photography studio, and I'm thinking in. The camera looked like sophisticated. I'm thinking if this guy's photographer, he probably got a decent camera. Probably like did research on it. This one had a clear sight line to just left of where the tree was, and then I walked around, so I just started taking all these photos and calling out the sheriff's Department because A. You know a lot of places. If you don't get the photos and the videos within a certain time period, they get raised over. It used to always be thirty days thirty days, but now with hard drive space and stuff, and with the cameras, actually being a lot better, it eats apart drive space, so those videos could be gone. He was found at A. A little bit before four am on Wednesday. They had not done any canvassing the area on Friday when I got there because they said there were no cameras, so I just took those pictures, and then sent them into and then uploaded them to twitter, tagging the police department, tagging the mayor, and taking everybody and saying you do just lied to us and. So while I was doing that there were other people that were asking me. What are you doing because? I don't have a film crew with me and I'm just a guy that's walking around taking pictures of buildings, so I started talking with them. You know there's a fire department across the street as ask them. Do you guys have any cameras? They said no They wouldn't tell me who the Responding EMT's were unfortunately. They gave me a form to fill out to get at the the response. And get the the report There was just a lot of stories going on that he was not his family was. There's family was saying he was not despondent. Never ever talked about being depressed or anything like that his. Friends were there I met a few of his friends and it was just everyone was angry and upset and bewildered that the police would do, and the police were nowhere to be found to. It was just a bird up in the air, and that's it so. I mean. The little that I have heard about this because there's not really that much in the media right now, right billy and it's like it's people like you that are really trying to stir things up and to get the please attention and to call them out i. let me tell you something I was once. The vigil started. It had turned dark. The digital started. There's a gazebo that is probably thirty feet away from where the tree was. Is and the. There was a vigil. They're his friends were talking and everything and I'm looking around and there were no. News crews there and I was just like I was embarrassed, embarrassed for the media that they some of them had showed up for the press conference, but then they had left, and I still thought that this is an incredibly large story that should be a be reported on and nobody. was there doing it so you know I? You know stayed for that, and then it was It was about. About Eleven, I I laughed and it was still going. People were were still talking about things and. I. I just got a sense that they were not gonNa do anything looking at the sheriff's departments twitter. They had not said anything about that. They've found a black man hanging from a tree in in the. City, Hall, Park. You're right underneath the American flag. They had not said anything about that they were they had actually posted a. Picture of a dog, trying to find a dog's owner. And they had not mentioned it on any of their social feeds, and I There's there's something just. Incredibly wrong here? I don't know what happened, but the way that they are. They're doing. This is just saying. This is rug. I found a source that said that you know. They call it a suicide before he was even cut down from the tree. Yeah, die as fucked up. And the so I tweeted the mayor tweets at me. Saying they said that there were no cameras in the park, and I said No. They said.

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"jayme" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

02:13 min | 11 months ago

"jayme" Discussed on The First Degree

"News said Jimmy had been found. Alive was not just an incredible sigh of relief to Jamie's family members, but it felt like a victory for everyone living in Wisconsin. People are eating breathing in sleeping this case. It's all people could talk about in the public was on the edge of their seats, waiting for the news to release the name of the man who had been taken into custody for murdering Denise and James Clause in for kidnapping little Jamie. And one of those people waiting on bated breath was our first degree Kendra. I, remember it so vividly. That entire day. We were actually out at dinner. At a restaurant that's got TV's around wasn't Super Swanky, but That was on the TV within I'd say. Fifteen minutes a sitting down on the media, saying that she was found, she was alive and. We were just jumping for joy i. mean that was like I, said the highlight. Of The startles the year I mean that was what January tense tellies. Vir choose founded his ally. It's like. Holy Crap, this is amazing. In on the initial news report about Jesus or covering the sheriff, said the he'll announce the name of the suspect. The following day we were so thrilled that they found her and that there was going to be a press release the next day. I got to work early. Really prepared for it and. There's even one more coworker that's down there and was watching with us. The Barron County sheriff. He was leading the press conference. He was saying something about the address in something about that. The road name hit me Sunday I just I started getting some anxiety. I was I was in my head. I feel like I've heard this road before It didn't sit right in. My coworker had turned back and said Ou are you okay and I'm like I, don't. I don't know I. Don't know because I feel liquor notice. Something's missing and I know something, but I just can't put my finger.

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"jayme" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

08:18 min | 11 months ago

"jayme" Discussed on The First Degree

"In one of these true crime obsessed fans who was fascinated by this case from the jump is our first degree Kendrick Johnson and she really locked into this story. I was getting ready in the morning. There was an amber alert. For like you know close to home, so I got into work. was talking to my co worker about it and was like where was chain me? I don't know anything about this so that we started Google reading up on screen on. A not just continue Monday through Friday. We're trying to figure out what was going on. What the update swear. Myself in CO worker actually googled this case nearly every day to figure out what was going on, and we were just so obsessed one because it was like such a sad story. Any young child that gets abducted or missing is just like devastating, but too, because it was so close to all. The search for Jamie started with a massive ground search. With the hundred volunteers who searched the immediate area for clues. But much of Baron is wilderness so hundred people can only take you so far. In the following days the number climbed to more than two thousand. All committed to finding Jamie and bring her home, and behind the scenes extended members of the close family were beside themselves who would want to kill James Denise and who would want to abduct the sweet little girl? The only comfort, the family had was that the community was really banning together to help find Jamie missing persons, fires are being posted everywhere, including surrounding cities and towns. Jamie's classmates at school were really struggling to understand why their friend was just no longer showing up at school. The Wisconsin Department of Justice stepped in, and they sent therapists, comfort, dogs and extra school resources tour school to help. All of the kids cope through the situation. And the FBI soon joined in the search and offered the Barron County Sheriff's department extra resources. On I spoke to Jamie's family and ask them if the classes had any known enemies, or if there was any reason, someone may have wanted to hurt anyone of them, but there was absolutely nothing nefarious to be seen in the life of the close family. A number of family members had seen James Denise Jamie on that Sunday afternoon hours before this murderer had occurred in. This was at a family birthday party. No one was behaving. Strangely, no one was acting paranoid or in any sort of way to indicate that they were afraid for their lives. Jamie's grandfather said that on that day Jimmy was quiet and sweet as per usual, then went on to call her quote unquote thoughtful. Jimmy had brought little gifts for everyone to the party that day. Meanwhile, the public remained fixated on this case. And theories about what occurred started being shared amongst online chat forums like Webs, loose and read it. Some ill-informed. SYNNEX mused over the possibility that perhaps Jamie. Could be involved. At she plotted these murders in escape with an older boy. And the police adamantly refused at this, but it still didn't stop the speculation. And those who were even more cynical, assumed that Jamie was dead. Knowing that it's extremely rare for children to survive stranger abductions, especially, one is horrific. This where murder was also involved. To Jamie's remaining family. All of these prospects were horrific. I know why cruising path. That came to mind they were. Going to do the large search throughout the fields on, and it was, it was a worried that in cases similar to this that they would have dumped her somewhere so that that was a thought in our minds like. Something gruesome happen to her. We, obviously, we want her to be alive, but at this point. That's probably not the case we thought. The worst was actually they were gonNA find her body in a field. It was almost as if like this had to. Maybe like I duNno gang or drug related the way it was done. Just it was cold, blooded on. That's the best way I can put. It was disturbing. No way that I think that it wasn't in some way like gang drug. Maybe even money I. Don't know who knows. Someone that's done before never did I. Think the things that did occur would have been the case. So Denise and James were both employed by the O. Company Ground Turkey and in support of the effort to find Jamie. The company donated twenty five thousand dollars to be offered as a reward for anyone providing information leading to Jamie's safe return and tip line was also set up. So the police receive a tip that a girl who resembled Jamie was spotted with two men out of Miami Gas Station, which is a twenty five hour drive from Barron Surveillance footage from the sun flex station was then sent to the FBI. The men appear to be in their thirties were driving a black Ford explorer with Wisconsin license plates. They both had beards and were pretty well dressed. So did these men have Jamie, and if so, why did they take her to Miami. Hope was dash off. The men were tracked down interviewed and subsequently cleared the girl who had been with them was not Jamie clause. In total investigators received over a thousand tips and eight, hundred of them were investigated, but there were still no closer to finding Jimmy claws than they were the first day that she went missing. So the days turned into weeks, and then turned into months. Investigators pursued anything in everything that could things arbitrary discussions being overheard in bars, tidbits of information from family, an exhaustive effort to find an sift through surveillance footage from businesses across the state. Even an astrologer weighed in on what he thought happened Thomas Sheriff's department. That quote Jamie was dead in a lake or pond in your home, and even suggested generic first name of a potential suspect. Investigators tracked down a barren county sex offender with that same name in search, nearby bodies of water, but as was the case again and again in this investigation. They turned up absolutely nothing that revealed where Jamie was so by this point, it had been eight days since Jamie's disappearance. Eighty days for the grim reality to set in day after day after day this reality that they likely will never see Jamie. Again. But. That was all about to change on January tenth of Twenty Nineteen early that morning, woman was out walking her dog in the small town of Gordon. Which is about seventy miles from baron. And she saw a figure walking towards her. It was twenty degrees, and the girl was only wearing a sweatshirt and some leggings. Her strawberry blond hair was matted. She was wearing a dirty pair of new balance tennis shoes. That were way too big for her. County number one high. I have a young lady at my house right now, and she says her native Ginny cloth. Okay, what's your address? One Four. Gordon, Wisconsin. Okay, have you seen her photo? Ma'am yes I did it for a hundred percents as her okay under percents. Does that look like she's GonNa run? No, she's sitting down. She's relaxing. Okay. Hang on just a second. Okay! Did she show up walking? Neither just walked with her to her house and acid on one one. Okay, hang on just a second, not like it or anything. Is a neighbor that walk through this you still there. Yes, she is! I was walking my dog and we were always home and she was walking towards me. Saying you gotTa help to help me. Okay so I didn't want to go into my cat because it's too close. So Pat. said her. Her name is Jenny class. And when I walked into this house? They recognize her immediately from. Jamie when he's GonNa come back. WHO's GonNa? Come back home. Who's WHO's GONNA come back. Stage Patterson. Jake! Thomas.

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"jayme" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

04:31 min | 11 months ago

"jayme" Discussed on The First Degree

"So Adore being ajar. In front of a black house would be troubling on its own, but all this was compounded by the fact that there was a huge hole from a shotgun blast through the front door. So this was the first glimpse that law enforcement got into the severity of the situation, and it was about to get worse. down. ABSOPURE's office just beyond the door on the floor. The officer could see a pair of legs in the entry way. It was the body of a man soon identified as James Kloss, lying in a pool of blood with a fatal gunshot blast to his face. There is blood everywhere as spent gunshot shell on the floor next to him. Now in this situation. If you are responding officer, your brain would be going a million miles a second grasping for an explanation for what you're seeing. Maybe this man had decided to take his own life. You'll notice. There were several voices. Office. Watch our John. Radio Fundamental. Ever in. Three. Possible suicide if you wanna what Barron PD doing. As police moved through the house. They realized that would not be the case. I don't see a gun guy, so let's not write it off a suicide. stage. Want him to cover this door. You have ems stage. Ships opposite. The. Police clear each room, not knowing what they'll find and there was no weapon next to James His body, so the fear was the perpetrator could still be in the home, armed and ready to kill again. And so once shotgun show next to this guy is right foot. The Hallway one must've been spent as well. I almost. We're. Missing. Here You got to have them advice, three or three one one male down deceased. Still? Have the house declare. Several rounds spent. I believe we're going to era t the scores been kicked in. It looks like the males down answered the door. I don't know for missing somebody or not from the scene. It's his claws on the. Box and then there's the idea and said. Quote here. Yes? One of US want to run back. Download and. Just a quick gas would be this. Is the homeowner. The resident dad we might be missing are suspect I don't know. The police enter the basement, and they find the close family dog trembling in fear behind the Washer Dryer. They move around the house. And they approached the bathroom and observe. The door had been forcefully shouldered in. Once inside they look in the bathtub and discover the body of denise costs, she too, was dead from a single gunshot. Blast the head. There is no weapon near Denise's body. Either and this was now a double homicide and based on preliminary characteristics at the scene seemed like two people had been violently ambushed in the middle of the night. Responding officers called for backup and the scene is cordoned off with yellow crime scene tape, and eventually the police realize that there is a bedroom in the house that seems to be a young girl, but clearly there are no children president the scene and that's this already horrific. An unnerving situation gets even worse when they realized that this dead couple has a thirteen year old daughter named Jamie and Jimi was. Within twenty four hours news of this case was all Wisconsin residents wanted to talk about. An. Amber alert for Jamie was issued, which expanded the news coverage of the story and soon Jamie's face was all over the national news. True crime obsessed individuals everywhere were trading details about the double murder of. Denise Kloss And were theorizing and speculating as to what might have happened.

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"jayme" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

05:11 min | 11 months ago

"jayme" Discussed on The First Degree

"jayme" Discussed on The Navigating Dental Insurance Podcast

The Navigating Dental Insurance Podcast

11:27 min | 1 year ago

"jayme" Discussed on The Navigating Dental Insurance Podcast

"Was interesting around the one year. Mark restoring real estate we expand. We had the grow to get another piece building. Could GROW INTO SO my cousin. And I were touring the real estate and I'm still the story. Excuse me I I got a phone call at the end of the real estate tour And it was my mom and I looked at the phone and I thought. Oh there's my mom and what does that mean? Twenty year old. Do when they get a call from their mom. I looked at it. And it was like voicemail voicemail I and then she called back and so I picked up and she said There's been an accident Your brother Michael and his Trish. The it doesn't look good right away so I did. My cousin. Drew drove facet good. We got the hospital. I actually found out that day that my brother and his fiancee were killed by drunk. That night I mean just like talk about like from like from high to low rates. They're gonNA spill a while until the story but Through that I took some time off I moved back home with my parents. Had a Lotta time to rethink. I ended up selling my business a few months after that I think through all that Looking at what my brother was doing. He was literally serving at a church helping teenagers with fiancee like and they were quite literally pulling out of their turning left onto the parking lot when they were broadsided smokes. And like while. It's so it's sad and horrible and it still feels fresh all these years later even amidst all that. I think it's a beautiful picture of doing what you all do and doing what matters even until the last minute so for me. I I look at what I was doing. And you're proud of being respected in the industry and respected and in small business circles for being young Basque success story like I had the money I had. This pride is being interviewed by a bunch of people admired by a bunch of people but at the same time I realized like I've got none of what my brother had i. Kind of have like none of the fulfillment or the purpose in what I do so I made a deal with myself right then at it in my old bedroom at my parents house. I tell myself whatever I do next It'll be something and whatever it is I am committing to making sure that it matters So over the next couple months and years I ended up starting to work with start ups and I made a commitment myself. Then we do now. That's kind of the seeds of Ideal Practices Consulting Company for start up the seeds of how the company started the reason. I tell you that story is because for me. The most rewarding and fulfilling part of this is that when you do what matters and do something with a bigger purpose involved every day becomes better even bigger than the business so what we do is every time we open a startup dental practice in the states we simultaneously fund and startups businesses in Third World countries. We take some of the money for dental startup consulting package that we work with our clients and we allocate that money to small business non-profit loans in third world countries so people who have no access to traditional loans. Who might like? I've seen this inaction like literally live in a tin shack dirt road village. They get access to a little bit of money to start a business and change their life and it allows them to influence people and allows them to hire other people who need jobs and it allows them to change like an entire community from a startup. And that's why startups that's working with dentists. That's why I love this because we go from idea to impact we go from idea to success to purpose which is way different from just opening a dental practice with the traditional unfortunate zad method for many. It opened a dental practice and the struggle. Would I believe that? We go from practice to profit to purpose three-tiered approach. I believe things are way better on a personal level so it didn't mean to talk so long but there's a story you probably didn't expect to get your guests on the show. We want you to talk a story. That was amazing. And I'm sorry about your brother and his fiancee and I can personally tell how about deputy ship your life and this is my first time talking about. I've I've known you for a number of years and have Followed a lot of the work that you've been doing but you know when you look at a person's why and you look at the drive in and makes so much sense you know taking Tragedy In training it into something positive and doing so much good and it sounds like you and I are the two island. Boys that are on this On Your you're in Puerto Rico right now and I'm from American sought one night totally. Get what you're saying about funding small businesses. In countries and areas were innovative. People in individuals have the talent but they just don't have the resources to get started so a lot of those people unfortunately never get to shine. They never get to see their potential. You know and I like to use looking at the word potential as a dirty word with people but but that's the reality. Is that a lot of a lot of this untapped. Potential just goes to so much waste and I think in dentistry. You've done a lot of that too in terms of the model that you created. I think today if it's okay with Jordan for us to to sort of focus on that model that you've created it. Sounds like in our pre show. Talk that you're the people that you're working with right now during this time of pandemic it's it's almost business as usual. If not better you know can you? Can you speak to sort of your what? You're seeing out there. In terms of practices this may seventh. Some doctors. Listen to this later in. May and June What you Dave. That's working in dentistry to of get that spark going ignited for for dental practices. Yeah so you're right. First of all you said a couple words keywords that kind of resonated with me were business as usual and even better than You said he even better than before even better than the norm like Cuban premise business unusual and even better Both of those phrases are really powerful. I I would say I would put a little asterisk next to those and say and different strategies required to arrive right now literally in the middle of this crisis that we're all in together the strategies right now they can be business as usual they can be even better but the asterisk go ten different needs to be in there because of the nature of humankind like things and the future will be different. So what are we doing with that Well I guess they can give you some examples. I as I'm thinking through what the share that would be really helpful. I can think of Essentially like three easy topics with the puck through one would be a practices that are thriving now in the middle of the pandemic to would be maybe some resources that would help serve doctors who are exploring this sort of journey and maybe three or some some examples of systems and processes that have worked so we can cover those outfits available time just just last night Talking to Dr David I'll I'll leave nameless but he's in Colorado actually knowing what I don't have name he's totally fine with it. Most of our clients are not binding. Looks like my screen just went black. Did I miss you? Know Company are up at matters. Okay I think been outside but you're listening to audio form. If you watch the video you'll see this black. Yeah so okay so Dr David. Cisneros is the reason I know. He's okay because last name being shirt most finds are not because we're highly selective with where they go. Were incredibly disciplined with the demographics research with the strategies for real estate location for all those little elements that make each practice accessible back. David was one of those guys who's chill and cool and calm and Kinda doesn't care. Because he he sees working with supposed to work. And here's what I mean. Grand opening was last week like last week. Like so if you're watching this at some point in the future just know all of dentistry right now is Steph. Curry is not open. The Oven David in Colorado opened the doors last week. Okay this is even worse than it. Sounds though because the Days before his grand opening he calls our team now with our process we build up the startup. Mba School. They have real business and hiring and marketing. Everything's Zilt for months so cool. Yeah so for David. He calls came two days before his grand opening and says Problem what's up? I was just fired from my associate job. David's fire and mind you ELISSA. His wife is pregnant with their second child due in July so in like three months so David got no job he's got a cold scratch brick and startup in the middle of a pandemic and he's with the second child in what sixty days rightfully so even cool calm collected. David is pretty stressed. So grand opening day comes his first full day is four thousand one hundred dollar production day which my friends that that is higher than the national average for a mature established practice and Dr David. Knock that out of the park on his very first day. First Full Day with a cold scratch started. Last week I interviewed a pandemic a pandemic. I interviewed last night. I said Hey I just wanted to get to the play by play. Howard things going how things rock and he was slammed. It was like four four five o'clock his time in Colorado as late where I was at. We're on this video call. And he's like look over yet. Gained about patients is seen as like talk to is. I'm on. I'm on an interview video. Hang on I'll be like so. Why is that what I can tell you? You know maybe maybe like myself back to my days is starting a business. I was just like stupid enough to just dive in and I thought to the learning by trial and error was cool back then I was like hey learn by trial and error like earn my stripes all stars. David smart enough to know like wait a minute. I don't need to struggle through it. I could tap into the knowledge of of what works and if anybody wants to see in the video happy to share it resources for anybody later on the whole thing is recorded. It's I'll just because of it. Put it people he he's very raw and he says..

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"jayme" Discussed on The Navigating Dental Insurance Podcast

The Navigating Dental Insurance Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"jayme" Discussed on The Navigating Dental Insurance Podcast

"Of the Del Insurance podcasts. Welcome folks welcome. My Name. Is Ben Tuna today. I am one of your co host. I got my trusted colleague. Your Jordan comstock. What's up Jordan was a man how you doing? I'm excellent man. I am delighted that beard. That's a big beard man. You'RE GONNA call. Somebody called me Moses. Yesterday when you're not white enough enough for Moses essentials you know quarantine long enough your your your become real white so I'm looking forward to. I am going to shave it and By criteria is once the churches open then. I'll shave you know. I'll go nice business attire but for now I think you should keep it keep it okay okay good grow your hair out long hair kind of annoys me. I haven't kept my hair simply because my barber shop is closed. And so I yeah and I just two weeks ago. Oh good for you yes awesome. Yeah the I guess. I don't know maybe they never shut down but ours ours did and I'll be. I'll be back in the next couple of weeks but we'll see a nice did well. We trusted. That's listening to us right now. Let's do a little bit minute introduction. I think James is one of those guys. That doesn't need an introduction because a lot of people know him. He's he's reluctantly. Decided to join us on our peanuts in our classes. Like PEANUTS IMPAIRED. What he does in his name and his expertise you know. He's the CEO of Baio practices and specializes in so many different areas of dentistry one of which is startups. We've had a lot of our clients that have created startups in had received coaching. Sue to Jamie and his team and I will tell you that there is probably some secret sauce in what he does. Because we're hearing that even right now in times of a pandemic were perceived slowdown. Where there's a lot of fear if you if you know Jamia and those that are working with them. It seems like there are booming. Jamie welcome to the program. Today it is awesome to be here with you guys. Thank you even the fun and the energy the vibes between you both like I just gotTa say I feel like man. I'm fine maybe I'm GonNa make it someday but like with the cool kids clothing. I can't even grow a beard like that let alone. This is awesome thank you. I wish I can feel like you've been my twin brothers. I don't know I don't use way cooler. The I just gotta say like everybody knows boom cloud. Everybody loves us. You guys do be here with you guys ideas and my desire today like my number one goal of everything. Today is just a serve associate. Dentists like that's who speak to support and help guide or startups and a startups. Not right for everybody. Obviously before the associate dentists who are desiring practice ownership it apparently four percent of associate dentists as of our most recent studies eighty four percent desire to become practice owner so for those who in that group who might be listening now like I hope that today is inspiring for you and hope for the three of us that we are able to pop some good ideas and really good stuff that people can start using even today so there you go. Thanks yet dude. Hey Yeah Free Tab you Jamie tell us your your background. What got you started. I don't know enough about you. This is like an introduction. Call for me too. So what got you started doing helping practices with startups. We will you in dentistry before or would you just be businessman before tells. Tell some history there. Yeah so My first business I came right out of Undergrad. I have a degree in international business and a super fortunate studied overseas and studied in the states at Latin America and Europe exposes. Really interesting things you every right. Out of UNDERGRAD. I was like Listen I've been to Mercedes boardrooms. I've been to Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse in the sound. Like what like. I'm this twenty year. Old Kid I got back to the states. That was like you know what I'm GonNa do with all this vast experience. I'M GONNA start a business like a little tiny company that I took out my credit card and I started this business. I just took out. Kenner fifteen grand with me and my cousin we started. This recruiting company had nothing to do with industry. And I gotTa tell you it was it. Was pseudo much harder than I thought it was going to be. Frankly so my cousin and I had this like really cool success story kind of young dumb luck and work their tails off. We we grew to over a million dollars. This is the first year million dollars in the first year. Back fifteen or so years ago So that was a lot now back. Then you know now there's dollar startups a lot of our startup. Dentists clients all over the country. They're they're million dollar startups in their first year. But you know fifteen years ago man million dollars in your first year was anyway. That was great and it was interesting around the one year. Mark restoring real estate we expand. We had the grow to get another piece building. Could GROW INTO SO my cousin. And I were touring the real estate and I'm still the story. Excuse me I I got a phone call at the end.

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Jayman Built Adds Alexa to Their Smart Homes

Voice in Canada

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Jayman Built Adds Alexa to Their Smart Homes

"And as if there was ever any question as to whether or not lexi would really start to You know become part of our everyday lives. How about this a little bit of news those of you? In Edmonton and Calgary may be familiar with the company Jayme and built and they are home builders and what they have recently started. Doing this news about this is that now they have included smartphone technologies and specifically Lexi as a part of their core performance products for homes. That are being built as an example. They say that Lexi will oversee various things in the home things such as security cameras solar panels smart thermostats locks the whole bid and according to the company they say you need brain need a hub for all this stuff in the smart home. And they have chosen to use. Lexi as that hub. So very interesting that now yes Canadian. Home builders are using Lexi as the hub when they are building new homes. So if you're an Edmonton Calgary look out for those homes you know. Look up with those homes across the country. Because I'm sure they're not the only ones but it just sort of goes to show the The amount of impact that Lexi's having on the

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Word Of Faith's Pattern Of Abuse 'Got Worse Over Time,' Says 'Broken Faith' Author

Morning Edition

06:52 min | 1 year ago

Word Of Faith's Pattern Of Abuse 'Got Worse Over Time,' Says 'Broken Faith' Author

"Jane Whaley was not satisfied with being a pastor's wife she believed god had bigger plans for her so she pushed against all the norms that kept her from the pulpit and found the church and spend their North Carolina called the word of faith fellowship the church's website shows people singing and smiling Jane Whaley at center stage from the outside it looks like a community of pious believers but some former members say the dangerous cult these people believe that Jane Whaley was their path to salvation and that if they did anything that went against her wishes they would get cancer and die or they would become drug addicts these are things that Jane way we would tell them it was Holbrook more he and Mitch Weiss a fellow AP reporter have been looking into abuse allegations within the church for years our colleague Rachel Martin spoke with them about their new book broken faith and just a note here the story does include descriptions of that alleged abuse there is two sides Jayme wellies yours that's sweet southern grandmotherly type and then there's the Jane that nobody sees except church members the one who screaming at the top of a longs congregants warning them that the devils have to come out it's like the Jekyll and Hyde right Holbrooke can you describe what people saw in her what was bringing them to this church I think that in the beginning when people would go to the church they were selling a lot of love yeah the members of this church they live in nice homes they drive nice cars the children are well mannered they have a Christian school so I think when a lot of families first go there everything seems great but over time Janeway Lee and her other ministers they take more and more control of your lives in fact a lot of times they'll remove children from their families home it and place them with ministers to be raised and what that does is over time sometimes those kids care more about the minister's than their own parents so it makes it difficult for families to leave so it's not a quick thing where you just walk in the door and they say Hey come on in you can come in you can never leave we're gonna take your television magazines radio all that away from you an institute all these rules it's a slow progressive thing and Mitch she when the other church leadership they would use family members against one another I mean hobar talked about how they would separate children sometimes as leverage but they got family members to serve as informants almost absolutely you have to realize they believe that Jane well it was a profit that god spoke to her and everything she said was the gospel and one of the techniques that she used what she had everybody informed on each other it was in a way she would have them tell her their deepest darkest secrets and then she kept the file of those secrets and if they threatened to leave or did something wrong she had all the evidence she needed there to keep them in line so it it was a range of emotional and psychological abuse but from interviews you did with a hundred or so former members you were able to reconstruct a pattern of a violent physical abuse can you just a lay out for us some of those more extreme examples of that yes it was something that that really got worse over time and you have to understand what her philosophy is the doctrine is is really pretty simple doubles a real and if you're a drug addict it's because you have this drug gavel if you know your alcoholic the same if you're having an affair it's the same thing there are there lawful devils and so what she would do is it was called devils and deliverance where they would have people surround you and scream at you at to get the devils out get out double yeah and and it will go on and on and on perfect example is with the baby if babies cry it wasn't because they were hungry or they had a dirty diaper it was because it was a devil inside them that was making them cry so you would have groups of people surrounding a you know in a fan and screaming until that baby would just get tired and finally you know go to sleep and not to scream it just it just to be specific this method call blasting they are they're right in front of the subject's face right there screaming into the baby's ears enter a like inches from her face exactly and that's how she started at the beginning with her congregants over time it became more and more violent it wasn't enough just to screen to scare the devils out of people now you had to punch people you had to hold them down to restrain them you had to choke them you had to do everything possible to get rid of that devil and that's when it became extremely violent that's where the people who who recounted their stories would break down to us they would tell us about their injuries and they couldn't go to doctors they couldn't be treated because they knew what would happen so they had to keep it secret but it's those beatings that that really it's still seared into their planes now they can't get rid of those images those nightmares there is a lot of suspense in this tale but it's it's not fiction I mean this is this is a real life accounting of how the church destroyed these lives but you're you're so specific I mean it reads like fiction though you could you've you're recreating dialogue how did you do that we tried to talk to as many people as we could about any particular incident that we wanted to write about let's not often interviewed him together multiple times over a period of five years really we look for please reports department social services child welfare investigation documents we have recordings from inside the church videos so we just tried to to use all the resources that we could find to tell this story in the most compelling way that we could several lawsuits have been brought against the church and its members over the years has anyone been held accountable for the abuse there are five people currently charged with assaulting a former member of the church Matthew Fenner he says that he was beaten to expel his homosexual demons back in two thousand thirteen but so far nobody's been convicted in that case and Matthew fenders waiting for justice the fact that you have the sheriff you have the district attorney all these people who have looked the

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Strikes Spread Across France

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Strikes Spread Across France

"In France president Emmanuel macron is bracing for a second day of protests over his plan to up in the country's pension system and Bloomberg's Jayme Rica James Regan has more from Paris disruption is expected to flights rail services in public transport as well as schools and hospitals as people join in strike action prime minister Edward Philippe is due to appear on French television on Wednesday to put the government's case for the need for pension reforms in Paris James we can Bloomberg

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Dr. Dendy Engelman Talks All Things Vitamin C

The Emma Guns Show

12:33 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Dendy Engelman Talks All Things Vitamin C

"Arden has launched the Vitamin C. Sarah Capsules Radiance Renewal Serum and because Dundee is the consulting dermatologist and was back in London recently for the launch. I asked her if she would tell me everything that we needed to know about vitamin C. Just so that we were on the right page starting from the right place when it comes to how to use it how to layer and with that kind of stuff and my jaw Adore Ajoy I always adored my conversations nations with Dundee because she just makes everything so simple and really easy to understand that I always come away from these jobs without feeling as though I know how to look after my skin better than before if war which combat thing right I really hope that's what you get out of these conversations to we had an excellent chat. I think so I to be honest title with love I find gold and she's very cool and she really did lay it all out very simply and his longtime listeners will know she works out of her practice in New York so it's it's not often often she comes over to the UK so I hope you feel as I did better informed now about intimacy than you did before and I'm really glad that when she does come over to the UK we're able to fit these conversations because they are so valuable. We also talk about those Elizabeth Arden Vitamin C. captials capsules but I'll let her do the talking on that one and explain why it's such an exciting and interesting innovation in terms of using vitamin C. topically after our chat. I'm going to be back to talk about the five hundred products that are currently on my radar the ones that I've used and the ones that I enjoy using the ones I think are worth knowing about including those new capsules choose from Elizabeth Arden which I have been using religiously since my childhood Dundee a few weeks ago. I was very lucky to get some samples prelaunch so I had a bit of a preview and I have been using them consistently consistently every single day so stick around here a little bit more about what I think about those. I'm really delighted to have Dr Dan the anger and an her expertise back on the show so here she is Waking Waking Waking his she is making a welcome return to the poker Dr Dundee increment well. This is so incredible because friend of the show Dr Dundee engelman Elizabeth Arden's consulting dermatologist is back doc welcome to be thank you so happy to be here. You can come back anytime. I'm so glad to have you on the show. You've been previously we talked all things retinal and you are a glorious safe gentle kind mine of information about things skin-care. Thank you and skin so just I yeah. I know a lot of listeners. Will we cheating in and thinking yeah he didn't. He's back but just for those. You may be new to the show on you to you. Would you just explain what you do what Your Day job is on why you're such an authorizations skincare sure so. I'm a dermatologist in New York City. I also am a skin cancer surgeon so I did extra training in a specific type of skin cancer removal technique called Mos- surgery. Moh S and in my fellowship I also did procedural dermatology so a lot of lasers and on different devices in order to treat various skin conditions over my career. I've thankfully been had the opportunity to consult with different brands and help with research and development and really identifying either skin care ingredients that are necessary to bring to market or certain skin-care trends that we've identified and helped to develop different products for an so Elizabeth Arden has been one of my favorite brands. I've worked with and I've been working with them for the last four years and it's important to say you work with skin on the daily. Yes all the time and you also you come. APP skin skin from a very scientific background from UC the impact of the topic and ingredients have so you all very clear about what benefits can be reaped from a really good skincare regime yes and I think historically we as dermatologists masters and experts in skin disease. Not all dermatologist us were trained in skin care. If in our traditional teachings at something that you got very little exposure to e as residents accidents and during our training and so it's been something that has been an interest of mine and our patients see US experts and skin care and so we need to become that if we don't have the traditional training and years ago honestly there weren't great actives I mean there was prescription retinoids that we're for acne that could be quite harsh and the sunscreens weren't that great. We hadn't developed topical antioxidant so the evolution of skin care has been something that's it's been amazing to watch and so such a joy to be part of weird living in a a good time for skincare really really so you're more seriously much innovation and we will come onto that but last time you visited we had a full back to school on retinal and it was amazing say much and actually one of the other ingredients like retinal but I think a lot of people are curious about because they know it's another one that gets held up by just as a gold standard because it works is a vitamin C. Yes so we all going to go back to Britain mincy. When I one okay so you just very basic level. How does it work as a topical skincare ingredient and what are the main functions of Z so vitamin. C is a topical antioxidant and what that means we always throw around antioxidants and how good they are for the skin and free radicals are bad right and so people understand that concept but if you wanna think about what's happening on a cellular level. I often like to you just make the analogy to the cell membrane being zipper and when we have ultraviolet radiation or sun exposure or pollution Asian exposure various toxins from smoke in the environment it releases free radicals which are just an unpaid electron that then goes and basically UNZIPS zips the cell causing premature death antioxidants insert themselves into the zipper into the cell membrane and prevent the unzipping and so that's a very easy kind of dumbed down analogy but just to think about what the antioxidants are doing its site oh protective meaning it's protecting the cell and helping it to to resist damage that could be caused by the environment and vitamin. C is one of the most potent and powerful antioxidants that we have and we get get benefit from ingesting orally and we get benefit in the skin by applying at topically and so it does help to protect the cells from environmental damage because I think when a lot of people myself included hit the word protection when it comes to skin are immediately think of SPF yes but vitamin C. is. How did you describe it listeners? We've just done this. Just don't talk and he said it's a safety net. Yes which I loved yeah. It's it's nice there to catch what damage is filtered through because even the best sunscreens if you have the best mineral blockers that are very high. SPF They still allow allow about one point four percent of ultraviolet light to penetrate through the skin and so there is where the antioxidants are going to be to help kind of catch all of that extra damage that could be occurring even though we're doing our best to protect it with SPF and so it is a nice safety net to have underlying the SPF in order to help protect back from free radical damage so if I wanted to add victimization my skin carry jayme. I I couldn't just go yeah. I'll try it. Why would I what would be happening to my skin. That would make me a good candidate to use vitamin C. It's something I should be using anyway. Yes I tell everyone you know. It's not always formulaic formulaic and things that are not all skin care is created the same in people's skin conditions may necessitate certain ingredients over others the most everyone can benefit from topical vitamin. C in the proper concentrations. It isn't particularly inflammation inflammation inducing. It's very well tolerated. If you have very sensitive skin you may WanNa make sure that it plays well with you but I even patients who are very are prone to sensitivities or resign. They still can use a topical vitamin C. and I love it for two reasons one because it's protective against Sunday damage and accelerated photo aging because eighty percent of aging is from the environment we all think that it's intrinsic and it's genetic but really the vast majority of aging is from the environment you put your skin in but it also helps to prevent hyper pigmentation and so people who have sunspots or photo damage damage or age spots you know they'll come in or Melas MMA. That's hormonally mediated. They really bothered by that and they want ways to go about correcting. I and topical Vitamin C is a great way to do that. It works on a specific enzyme called Theresa May's which is part of Melanin synthesis pigment kind kind of creation and if you inhibit the enzyme that creates it then it's going to decrease the Melanin production so you could be using it from the the first time that you start late investing using skincare but then perhaps as you get older. It might be something. Can you spot treat you can and in some concentrations it can be exfoliating almost like a appeal if you use vitamin. C and higher concentrations so some people do use it just specifically typically on spots but the good news is it. It's not going to lighten existing skins and people ask that you know like Hydra cone could could lighten surrounding skin doesn't really discriminate between your normal pigment and hyper pigmentation so you have to be careful that way but in vitamin CS case it really just helps with the discoloration and uneven skin tone or specific spots so you can either spot treat but most people like to kind of have a diffuse application now one thing about vitamin C. is because it is ineffective ingredient. It is an antioxidant but it is an expedient at different concentrations. You can't use it in the morning MHM but you can also use it in the evening but but is it could use the same concentration in the morning and the evening and what are the different. What are the different applications locations. And what is the difference between applying it in the morning. What is it doing that and what is it doing in the evening. Yes so the morning application is more for protection from from uh-huh environmental aggressors son smoke pollution and it night if you. I would say really the best. The best patient shouldn't type or skin-tight to put that in someone who's prone to hyper pigmentation. You're using almost as a treatment there for the discoloration or uneven skin tone but if you have have even skin tone than you probably just need it in the morning what does hyper pigmentation that like some people especially Melas MMA. If it's it's hormonally mediated they'll either get hyper pigmented what we call patches meaning flat areas that aren't raised on the forehead cheeks or above the upper lip up in patients come to me all the time and they're like when I take pictures. It looks like I have a moustache. and we can get that also in pregnancy. It's called Colas MMA or the Damascus pregnancy. It almost looks like you've got a hyper pigmented mask on your face and that's all from hormonal fluctuations. Certainly women who are using oral contraceptives can be more prone to hyper pigmentation in that space or if you've had a fair amount of sun exposure you might just get brown spots we call those solar son. Linton origines which are just dark spots and that will age US makes you look older than you. Maybe even your physiologic age and so we often when patients come to me and they want to look younger. That's where I start to even the skin tone because that's a very easy way to look better her and more youthful without having to undergo procedures injectables and different things that way that was really interesting. What you were saying earlier before we started recording talking about a few you spoke to at age sports family skin. The perception will be that they are older than they actually are

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"jayme" Discussed on 88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"jayme" Discussed on 88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

"At a podium outside the courtroom. All of James Family members joined district attorney right in Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald. There's additional family here who watched the hearing from a private room in the courthouse house at this point. We really haven't heard much about how Jamie's doing acclimating to her new life now four months after her escape her aunt Jennifer touches the on behalf of Jamie I would like to thank everyone involved in helping us through this very difficult time the FBI local law enforcement and the Barron County district attorney have acted professionally and with great kindness. We will always be grateful for their dedication. Today was a very important step in the process Salau Jamie to move forward. We are satisfied with the outcome and believe that it will give Jamie. Some much needed peace of mind. I fully understand the interest and questions related to how Jamie is doing. I can tell you that she has made a great deal of progress but obviously has much work left to do. She has spent time with her friends has been doing her homework and of course is hanging out with molly. We are so thankful for the time and space that the media has given her Jamie will very likely have more to say in the future but we are grateful for you allowing her to do that on her own terms so many people have demonstrated their generosity by sending Jimmy gifts donations no nation in notes of support. I want everyone to know that Jamie has personally gone through every gift and every card. Your kindness has brought her great joy in many smiles. These guests have come from all over the world and is very appreciated. I also want to thank thank once again. This community their loved support respect has been overwhelming the town of Baron the state of Wisconsin the people from around the entire country has given Jamie and our entire family great comfort. Thank you for being here today. After the hearing bring people in Baron tell Danny Spe- walk. They're thankful for the sentence. It's good to see laws working to know that he's behind bars. These going to be for our life. That's good and I think the justice at served today. They always believe Jamie would come home. It's one of the best things I've ever seen a town do for a single 'cause it's tight knit community so to see everybody come together and actually be on the same page about something is pretty pretty significant. The class of twenty nineteen graduates from Barron Highschool tonight in this district has been through so much over the past seven months tonight right though this class is taking a step forward into the future at the same time that this community is moving ahead following J. Patterson sentence. You would be nice if justice in a courtroom could instantly spell relief but I've seen it before. A life sentence brings in some closure but the healing process is slow in August. We learned the class home. The House on highway eight where the murders took place is being in demolished. The property is now owned by a bank in with Jamie's family's blessing they decide to remove the house rather than try to put it on the market. Louvre goose went back to the town to discuss the closure. It brings for that community. One person put it well on social media. The House has gone now but the home. Tom was gone back in October when I get there. Bulldozers smoothing out the dirt where the house stood in heavy construction equipment is quickly being moved moved out a simple bird feeder behind the foundation stands as the only recognisable relic of the former home. Jamie's family isn't interested sit in commenting on the demolition so I looked down the road and see the driveway for Tom. Jones smrekar remember in chapter one on October fifteenth. Joan told us how she I heard two gunshots in the middle of the night. They didn't call nine one one because they thought it was just a neighbor scaring an animal like a bear out of their yard. You live here. You live in the country country. You don't think of somebody getting shot right next door to you. It's not what you think about the next day interviews and stuff but you have had no idea the impact case would have on your personal you know on my it's like it was too much march for me to take in and and and deal with since then Jones been in therapy after being harassed for inaction cards in the mail or emails or it was like why didn't you do you know L. Better. She's been riddled with guilt in the class home which she has to look at every time she drives to. Barron stood as a reminder. Why and I've had this awful spar spot in my heart for Jamie because because I feel sorry for her but I'm so proud of her. She is so strong and I'm so glad that she is back and just for her to know that that I know there was nothing I probably could've changed much but I wish we would've called the sheriff's department and just come and check this out and I didn't didn't we didn't so you can hear the impact even just on neighbors ten months after the horrible crimes healing certainly doesn't happen fast now. It's September Jimmy turned fourteen in his rejoined her classmates in school her her aunt said Jamie will tell her story some day when she's ready and the rest of the family isn't doing interviews until that day comes. Jake Paterson has been moved far away from baron to a maximum security prison in New Mexico for his own safety. There'll be new information from the case released soon because the Wisconsin Department of Justice preparing to release the investigative files. We'll be back with a bonus episode when that happens to tell you about any interesting developments within those files as we close this chapter. I've been doing a lot of reflecting for me. This case is unique for many reasons I this. This is a rare podcast where you aren't hearing about. Police missteps the majority of the community outwardly in proudly supported law enforcement throughout they were always on on the same team and that can be rare in even though police didn't actually find Jamie. She ended up saving herself. There are no glaring mistakes. Detectives made along the way a that would have led to a different outcome unless they would have had the foresight to pull over the red car. Jake Paterson was driving as they responded to the House but they say they didn't know exactly what they were responding to until they got to the house so it turns into a real hindsight is twenty twenty situation. This was also a rare case where I was more personally involved than with anything else I've ever covered getting that letter from the suspect before he even entered a plea in court was crazy and it was heavy knowing that what I reported that night would shake everything up but the main thing that will stick with me is how the community never gave up hope. NOPE and jamie vindicated those beliefs. Our society can be so cynical and after eight days nearly three months who would blame them if they started thinking. This wasn't going to end well but Jamie proved them right in. She proved everyone else wrong. I think Sheriff Fitzgerald Gerald summed it up perfectly at one point he said people ask. How do you talk about something like this with your kids. How do you talk about this case with your kids and the answer. Is you can tell them never give up home. Never give up hope and those aren't just empty words. You can say it in really mean it in really believe in your prayers can be answer and that's something we all learned from a thirteen year old girl it from Barron Wisconsin..

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"jayme" Discussed on 88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"jayme" Discussed on 88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

"These make recite that for the record if you would please the a plea agreement is that mr paterson plead guilty to counts one two and three jake patterson agrees to plead guilty to murdering murdering. Jim and denise clause in kidnapping. Jamie close and in exchange prosecutors in douglas county will not file charges for anything. He may have done to jamie while she was held captive at his cabin for eight days mr patterson. Is that your understanding of the plea agreement. If <hes> mr paterson has wanted tend to a plea from the day we i met him. This is his choice. We represent him. We work for him and this is what he wants and this is what we're going to do with him. The murder charges carry an automatic life sentence. It's this plea. Bargain doesn't affect that upon conviction shall be sentenced to imprisonment of life. How do you plead to that. Charge to patterson pleads guilty into killing gym class as judge james babbler begins reading the charged for the murder of denise kloss. We can hear patterson sniffling. How do you plead to that charge the guilty the judge reads the charge of kidnapping. Jamie close patterson is tapping his legs so loud. Everyone in the courtroom can hear it. How do you plead to that charge brooklyn healty. I find that there is a factual basis to accept the please and find mr paterson guilty the of count one two and three then patterson stands up and looks back toward the camera in right after the clerk cuts the microphone phone patterson calls out by jamie and the deputies quickly push him out the door next time in the close family growing.

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"jayme" Discussed on 88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"jayme" Discussed on 88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

"Well commuting while jamie stayed trapped underneath his bed. The liquor store owner opens up the application and gives me some details. Els patterson included on his resume pederson wrote. I'm an honest and hardworking guy not much work experience but i show up to work and i'm a quick learner that statement calling himself honest in a hardworking guy doesn't add up because on his resume patterson lies. He writes that he was in marine boot camp from from april to december two thousand seventeen. We've already confirmed that he was kicked out of the marines. After five weeks. In paterson writes that he worked at a wisconsin concrete company through november knbr twenty eighteen but we already know he was unemployed at the time of the murders and kidnapping in october in fact after we post this update online a manager at the concrete company calls us to say patterson never worked there at all he just filled out an application <hes> <music> when you find out someone is accused of committing an act of pure evil you almost expect to find there were warning signs like torturing animals are sent mm-hmm childhood abuse the kinds of things you read about in here about but with jake paterson. We can't find any of those things patterson's peers. Tell us he he was. Just a normal kid in high school didn't really care for class and in fact he's quoted in the yearbook saying i'm finally done with school. His yearbook shows he was on the quiz bowl team but he didn't play any sports and didn't appear to be active in any other activities he graduated class of thirty four and was voted as the most quiet boy in the class of two thousand fifteen fifteen pederson grew up in the home where he kept jamie. He has an older brother and sister. His parents divorced in two thousand seven. Maybe it'd it'd be easier to wrap our minds around everything. If everyone always suspected jake paterson was a monster but we find none of that in his ordinariness creates an unsettling feeling of its own when i heard the news i was extremely shocked to hear that jake would do something like that because he's just seems like your average eighteen you know growing up there was nothing different than him than any other child and the neighborhood on the next eight days as they have not indicated how patterson will plead when the arraignment happens on march twenty seven in upcoming plea amid fears the case will drag on so what are the the odds that he rolls in there in pleads guilty all comes to an in my opinion zero but then patterson writes a letter that letter arrived at care eleven for our blue goose this warning from the polk county jail inmate jake patterson and the letter's contents shake up the case this this is eight hundred eight days the jamie class story a care eleven original podcast in association with volt studios checkout eight days podcast dot com for more information on jamie class case eight days has written and produced by me lou reduce in l._a. Coder original music is by dave mailing in emily havi in original artwork by david moment thanks to dan crow in atomic k. productions for audio help special thanks to care levin management and staff for their contributions the people of barron wisconsin in the close family growing.

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"jayme" Discussed on 88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"jayme" Discussed on 88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

"Steve is on his second and last day of work at suppo- cheese patterson says he bought a black face mask from walmart to hide his identity when he executed his plan pederson says has he stopped halfway between baron and gordon install license plates off a vehicle parked in someone's yard to put on his own car when he carried out the crimes to help disguise his identity eh he disconnected the dome light so he could enter and exit his vehicle and darkness and he also removed the trunk light and the glow in the dark emergency release in the trunk with patterson refers to as the kidnapping cord so no one could open the trunk once inside before leaving his house. Patterson says he took took his father's twelve gauge mossberg pump shotgun with six slugs now if you're not familiar with guns a slug is much bigger than a bullet that a rifle would fire and even though it's not as accurate from far away a slug does a lot more damage patterson tells investigators he knew that and also that he researched in learn that the mossberg osberg branch shotgun was one of the most heavily manufactured in could be harder to trace in order to make sure he would leave no fingerprints or dna patterson says he put on gloves in wipe down the shotgun and six shells before loading it he shaved his face and all the hair off his head and showered before leaving his house so we wouldn't leave any d._n._a. The anna or hair at the crime scene pederson says he drove to the class home twice before october fifteenth in hopes of taking the girl he saw getting on the bus. The first came a week and a half earlier but when he got there he says there are all kinds of cars in the driveway and it scared him off a day or two later. Pederson says he tried again and but he had second thoughts when he saw the lights were on and people were walking around the house on october. Fifteenth patterson says he coasted into the end of the class driveway with his headlights off and parked he quietly got out of the car wearing a black face mask and jacket bluejeans brown steel toe work boots and two pairs have gloves as he walked up the sidewalk to the front door of the class home. Pederson says he noticed gym class standing in the large picture window to the left of the front door shining a flashlight outside patterson says he hollered for jim to get on the ground but jim kept shining the flashlight and looking outside patterson says he opened the glass storm door pounded on the wooden front door. Jim look through the small glass window on the door and said show me your badge. Apparently thinking patterson was the police patterson then says he raised his shotgun and shot him in the head through the window on the door and he heard him collapsed to the ground after trying to break down the door. Patterson says he fired a second shot this time at the doorknob and he was able to get inside. He says he saw jim was dead and and stepped over his body. After quickly scanning the house. Patterson approached the closed door the bathroom it was locked locked and barricaded patterson says he hit the door with his shoulder ten to fifteen times before it burst open. Patterson says he ripped off the shower curtain. In in the bathtub found denise close with her arms wrapped around jamie in a bear hug patterson pulled out black duct tape and told denise to put it over jamie's as mouth patterson tells investigators denise was struggling to do it so he set the shotgun on the bathroom. Sink took the tape from denise in rapid around around jamie's mouth and completely around her head then stood jamie up and taped her wrists and ankles and pulled out of the bathtub with jamie standing bound next to him in the bathroom. Patterson says he picked up the shotgun aimed for denise his head and pulled the trigger as he started to turn away from there patterson says he dragged jamie out of the house nearly slipping on jim's blood that had pulled on the floor. He dragged her across the yard to his car. Pop the trunk open and put her inside. Pederson.

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"jayme" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"jayme" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"I just feel that it's a it's a shame jayme to classify humans as the only organisms that are capable of that values or of any kind of values at all <hes> humans have everything as i said from soup to nuts we make war we don't know any other animals who make war oh with a vehemence and and comprehensiveness of of human wars <hes> we're the most terrible animals that way <hes> and the justifications for violence and and and harm oh i can tell you about him because i understand stand human languages but we do not understand nearly enough about any animal language to be able to go into these. He's these realms at all but when we look at i'm going to move now to the whale when we look at the enormous energy that goes into creating continuously creating new ooh very complex songs and learning them so that all the individuals in singing population are moving from one to the next to the next. We have to ask ourselves. I maybe as evolutionist what's driving this and the only any sensible answer that the biologists can come up with is well. The females like originality now talking about whales and people right you see the biologist themselves crossed the line when they talk about something they call sexualize election election right which is the preference by the animals that will choose a mate for a mate the teaser original or has created or beautiful plumer bloomer. Hey you know or or a different kind of song <hes> so i think we don't want to to cut off the possibility not the other animals are in in many ways as complex and <hes> interesting <hes> as a as humans <hes> mm-hmm and you have referred to you were listening to elephants but you've also referred to elephants as great listeners <hes> yeah they they do something marvelous that i i wish we would do more of the time this is something you do finding quaker meetings actually and in buddhist meetings since well <hes> the whole herd and it may be fifty animals will suddenly be still completely deal and it's not just a stillness of voice..

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"jayme" Discussed on 88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"jayme" Discussed on 88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

"<music> tober fifteen twenty eighteen sock wave strike a small town in rural western from wisconsin when a thirteen year old girl is missing and her parents are discovered murder leaving their family devastated. My life was ripped. Burton shattered into pieces as the world watches rumors swell. What really happened to jamie class. People are scared. They're confused they don't. I don't know how or why this happened to this family. Why it's happening in our area months pass holidays. Come and go yet. Everyone holds onto hope. Jamie will be found alive. It's shocking. It's devastating but we'll have hope then after eight days of miracle. Thank you for joining us. We have incredible breaking news tonight. Thirteen year old jamie clause has been found alive. Jamie has been found safe and has been reunited with her family leeann friends. There is truly nothing in the world better than that. I'm carol evan reporter. Liu reduce host of eighty eight days the jamie class story in this podcast. We'll go back in time inside every step of the search in investigation bringing you never before her interviews in showing you how everything unfolded including my own exclusive correspondents with the killer subscribe now to eighty eight days the jamie class story a care eleven original podcast in association with vault studios.

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"jayme" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

Is The Mic Still On

13:26 min | 2 years ago

"jayme" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

"Crybaby different school mash, like you'll, you'll live, I'm sure you already have money. You'll you'll survive. Right. Yeah. There are other Ivy places you can write that will love to have racist like you. So anyway, so yeah, but. Sonja so Mr. K's out, but yeah. Turning point USA keeps Bentley higher races. Yep. Captain, Charlie Kirk was one. Is this it was crazy man shall league? Grooming tweeted in two thousand thirteen all I get is nigger dick. Not what they get burnt. Jayme mayor. And. I hate black people. For love fighting with random niggers on Twitter LL, and then. As shoddy groman say, oh, my God. Don't change my tweet to say nigger, I'm gonna have all your dark, followers, tweeting at me angry for damn dark followers. So these these yet. No, no, no no point here before you say that. Yeah. That's probably why they saw their tweets out. They like, oh, yeah, that's the one,.

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Man sentenced to life in prison in Jayme Closs case

Fresh Air

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Man sentenced to life in prison in Jayme Closs case

"A Wisconsin man will spend the rest of his life in prison for kidnapping thirteen year old Jamie Kloss, and killing her parents Mayan silver of member station. W W M in Milwaukee reports Jake Paterson was sentenced today. Twenty one year old Jake Paterson pleaded guilty in March to two counts of intentional homicide and one count of kidnapping, he admitted to abducting Jamie from her home in October after killing her parents, James and Denise clause in a carefully planned attack. The teen was held captive in a remote cabin for eight days before she escaped close didn't appear at the sentencing, but her guardian read her statement, Jamie wrote that Patterson, quote will never have any power over me. Patterson was sentenced to life in prison without parole on each homocide count, plus twenty five years for the

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Man Pleads Guilty to Kidnapping Jayme Closs, Murdering Her Parents

The Ray Lucia Show

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Man Pleads Guilty to Kidnapping Jayme Closs, Murdering Her Parents

"In a Wisconsin court Pederson pleads guilty to kidnapping thirteen year old Jimmy cross after I carry her parents last October understand that if the court Justice required a crude imposed two life sentences consecutively with a forty year sentence consecutive knowing that is still choose. To plead guilty cost was held for eighty eight days before she escaped in January.

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Jake Patterson Pleads Guilty in Jayme Closs Abduction and Murder of Parents

Washington Today

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Jake Patterson Pleads Guilty in Jayme Closs Abduction and Murder of Parents

"He killed her parents and kept the thirteen year old captive for three months today in Wisconsin courtroom, J Patterson, pleading guilty to two counts of homicide and one count of kidnapping his guilty. Plea will carry with it a life sentence after being held for eighty eight days Jenny class was able to escape from the small cabin where she was being held. She lived through a horrific ordeal, including being a witness to the shotgun deaths of her mother and

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Will Jayme Closs' Accused Kidnapper Attempt to Plead Insanity?

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Will Jayme Closs' Accused Kidnapper Attempt to Plead Insanity?

"Developments in the case against the man accused of kidnapping, Jamie Kloss in Wisconsin. Here's USA radio's Timberg bail is set at five million dollars for Jake Patterson the man accused of kidnapping thirteen year old Jimmy Clausen, Wisconsin Patterson made his first appearance in court today and his attorneys didn't argue against that bail, former DC homicide detective and Fox News contributor. Ted williams. Does tell Fox News. He was surprised Patterson's attorneys didn't ask for one thing. One of the things that I was taken back by and I thought that his lawyers meaning Patterson's lawyers would've asked for some kind of a psychological evaluation because quite naturally what they are probably gonna use. At some stage is the insanity defense

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Man accused of kidnapping Jayme Closs appears in court

Roe Conn

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Man accused of kidnapping Jayme Closs appears in court

"Reported the man accused of kidnapping was Constantine. Murdering her parents appeared in court today at a hearing in Barron county, Wisconsin Jake Paterson waived his right to a preliminary examination. The move means. There is enough evidence in the case to proceed with trial. Patterson has yet to enter a plea in the case is family members wolf through the media without speaking after the hearing. He'll be back in court next

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Super Bowl 2019: Pregame coverage before Patriots vs. Rams

Chicago's GameDay

10:19 min | 2 years ago

Super Bowl 2019: Pregame coverage before Patriots vs. Rams

"The game, of course, is a big part of it. But also there are other sort of story lines beyond the the Rams and the patriots in a couple of them. There are interesting to me is I want to start Myron with with with gronk. He's kind of had a resurgence a little bit here in the playoffs starting to see a little bit of the gronk of bold wrestlemainia is the first Sunday in April. I'm of the belief that I'm going to see grog make his debut in the WWE it wrestlemainia and then his time in football. Is over. After today. Do you agree with that? And do you think that whatever happened today win or lose could have any effect either way? Well, I think that makes a lot of sense excuse me, especially because you're talking about a guy who can probably get millions of dollars on a pretty limited. Wrestling scheduled Cadillac around. Arousing Brock Leser, like it's not like the old days where he's going to have to wrestle three hundred days out of the year. This guy's going to get paid to show up on special events and make millions. He's talked so much about how much money he saved throughout his career. He's talked about not wanting to play too long. I don't know if today affects anything because he's a first ballot hall of Famer whether he wins or loses today, he's got a bunch of money in the Bank. And I think he could be the next rock in. In. I think he could be that. He's got a personality. You're not a wrestling guy. He's not the rock rock. Am wrestling. He could be that. Well, rock started out as what rocky my via. He was fighting from the family name. And then he emerged as his own way. I can't broadcast that personality in the WWE. We'll promote him. I think he could become a superstar who eventually goes in the movies and forgets football. All right. I I'm not going to argue with the wrestling part of it. But because you're wrong. But Dan, do you think this is it for I? Yeah, I do. But I do believe that tonight's result swings that okay? I can see if they lose tonight especially in close ballgame Brady convincing gronk for another year. Come back for another year. Don't forget is AO win the first round tackled. It's not part of this team. He'll be back. Like, we give me one more run. Gronk I can see that happening. Now, if they win I do believe that he calls it a career as he rightfully shit. Don't take don't. Remember, the comments he made this last week of him talking about the wear and tear, and how much it weighs on you. Mentally, and how hard it is to get hurt and have to practice, and how difficult it that difficult of a thing that is now to say that he's the next rock is absolutely outrageous. Like the row how first of all the rock is the rock was a guy that went into wrestling because that was the the the means to an end that was the vehicle. News and his family had been. He was going to you second of all the rock is incredibly business savvy and Hollywood savvy works like a dog like this is a guy. When it comes to football. Yes. When it comes to training for football. Yes. But he doesn't. I mean, the rock literally works like a dog. I need more talking about the rotten. Now. I saw the rock when he was in survivor series as rocky my via no one knew he wasn't good. And he was trying to figure out who he would be gronk could come in in the social media air, which rocketed the rock didn't come in in the social media era. All I'm saying is gronk could be a superstar in wrestling. Well, let me add gronk is only he's only twenty nine it feels like he's been around forever damnit. He's only twenty nine now he's taking a lot of hits bodies like a forty year old guy. But I guess what I'm saying is listen to countdown to kickoff on ESPN radio you've been through this process and Myron, and I haven't the process to decide you know, what that's it. Right. That's a hard process for every athlete. No matter the level, whether you're elite or not is it in part of it. I think is do I have something to go. Do do you think? I mean, we we talk about wrestling and a lot of people may roll their eyes. But it is something I know he can do if he wants whether it can be great or not he can do it is that talked to me about the process of saying I'm walking away. And and how how how players go through that mindset. Yeah. I mean for for me, you know, it was a great majority of it was I don't love the crap anymore. Doesn't it feel like he doesn't either? Yeah. I mean, that's that's no you're not gonna pay. Now granted if someone was going to pay me five million dollars. I would have dealt with it again, if someone's gonna pay gronk ten or twelve million dollars, maybe, but you get you deal with the crap. Like, so many people doing their job you do with that crap. Because you still love it. You love all the things that competition the locker room, the fellas the drive to be great the work, you love all that. And then once you don't love the dealing with the crap anymore that stuff doesn't matter anymore. It's not worth it anymore. And that's when you start facing the question of do I wanna do this anymore? And it makes it completely now. When I went through my transition, I wasn't for sure. Like, I was like all right. I want to get into analysts in broadcasting get into TV TV. And I was like I'm just gonna go rather than sitter sitting around. And wait. So I knew that there was at least the opportunity there for me. Gronk scan have way more. More than I had presented to him. But if you get to that point where you're done loving, the crap that you have to deal with and there are avenues for you to go. It makes it such an easier decision in move for you to go. You know what I'm done? Here's the next Chad having those options, I do think is is huge. You will have a lot of options. And you didn't know when you quit you're going to get to do a show with Matt Jones in my. But then sometimes I have earlier if I did exactly the Lord's blessing. There you are. So let's talk about the next to the players on the field. Maybe the person that has the most sort of its state today. Myron is your guy Tony Romo? I mean. I'm not sure an announcer has gotten this level of praise maybe ever like universal praise of people going Stephen Smith said is the best performance he'd ever seen from an announcer. And so the thing is that's awesome. Except you've got one more game. And I always of the opinion the most important two days in your life or the first in the last at a job. Well, the last impression he's gonna get from us is this game. Is there pressure on him to recreate the magic from two weeks ago? I think there's a ton of pressure on him to do that. And I think the problem is announcers like him who get this early praise. How many of them go down as being folks? And a lot of people don't like, you know, it's unfortunate because you start out liking guys like Tony Romo. He deserves all of this praise, but because you expect now people expect him to be some profit every game the minute. He shows any sort of flora weakness people are gonna jump onto that and start to criticize him. But I think he's facing more pressure than any announcer at a Super Bowl or any analysts had a Super Bowl that I can remember because people think he's like something we haven't seen before. And now he's going to have to deal with that pressure. Incomes care like most of the time. I'll be honest with you, Dan. I don't even know who the announcers are until I realized what network game is on. But with Romo I mean, there are prop bets on how many he's gonna call. Like, this is he is not the biggest story the game is. But you know, he's the second third or fourth. Biggest story. I think a big part of it too is like people are having a ton of fun listening to him. Torino because not only is he very good at what he does in. I've said this as a broadcaster networks you better have quarterbacks on there. Because you you've gotta be able to get people to understand the game different levels that communicated to all kinds of people. But it's the fact of he continuously telling educating people on the wise in house put it's fun. Like, you're having fun. Like John Madden was the last announcer. Who seemed like he was having as much fun as Romo, and it's it's okay. For him to talk over Jim Nance for a second. Because if you were sitting at a bar with your friends are in the living room having a beer with your friends. You talk over your buddy here in this moment. So it's not like this. You know in cookie cutter ish. Oh, we don't do that. Because it's television. But what happens if I'm saying is really good. Then I'm gonna do it. You know? And I think that there is that appreciation for for from people going like this is really good. And he's telling me stuff, that's really. Good. But also like the fact that there's really nobody else on TV sounding like him in ways. Like that like talking over Jim Nance, Jayme lake. It just seems like he's having a blast doing it. There are very few announcers who make the crossover into a personality that they matter Madden did mired. I'd say Barkley has vital. Did like there are many. And I think romo's headed groups, Dan Orlovsky will continue to be on. Would you agree with that? Yes. I think he is definitely in that group of guys where you go. You're now going to watch games because romo's attached to it doesn't matter the game because he's gonna make any game more interesting. Just because of who he is become he's become a part of the game now, and that's a good thing. Because like damn fed people. Like, I think I honestly think there are very few announcers that them just being there matters. I think John Madden. Did I think dick Vitale did Bill Walton? I think dick Vitale did. And I think I think Tony Romo is is sort of becoming like that who's going to win the game. After all this talk who actually is going to

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Jennie-O, Hormel donating $25,000 of reward money to Jayme Closs

WIBC Programming

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Jennie-O, Hormel donating $25,000 of reward money to Jayme Closs

"Knew on daybreak. Wisconsin teen who escaped her alleged kidnapper earlier this month. We'll get some of the reward money connected to her case, Hormel foods and Jimmy o. Turkey store say they are donating their twenty five thousand dollar contribution to the reward to Jamie Kloss, president hopes a trust fund can be set up for the thirteen year old to help her with her current and future needs the FBI offered another twenty five thousand dollars in reward money. It's not yet known what will happen

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Which Fyre Fest Documentary Should You Watch?

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

03:56 min | 2 years ago

Which Fyre Fest Documentary Should You Watch?

"A rival documentary on Hulu that I have not watched that you told any to watch Jason waterfalls is also told me, I definitely need to watch. Because Jason is what he's talking about. Yeah. It does. So this is the thing about fire festival that happened in. Well, it didn't happen in April data because literally didn't happen. But I love the story because I didn't feel I did not have a full understanding of how quickly they tried to plan that festival which was a mere few months and as a two people and Aaron the moon who've been trying to plan live shows for literally a solid six months that are nine months down the road. It has been such an undertaking. And we're not trying to bring ten thousand people to secluded island. There's doing fluence models or anybody. It's just people and is such an ordeal. The poll quote to that to that point someone said for for music festival. Ideally, you want twelve months in advance to set everything up and they had six day weeks to do it. And spoiler alert. They did not do it. They did not do it. Now there two documentaries. They're the one on Hulu in the one place. I've actually watched both. I think you should watch both weirdly enough because the Netflix documentary is more like thoughtful. And like really shows the consequences that affected so many people because I mean because the guy not despoil it, but the guys in prison who planned it. So, but the one on Hulu, I'll be honest with you is a little better because you get interviews with his wand girlfriend anesthesia who does not speak, very good English. But still loves them, even though he's imprisoned probably because she's living in his apartment, and it has more pop culture references, and it's kind of lighter. The thing is the heroine does have more or less general. It has as much Jarl. Okay. Needed to know. Thank you would not agree to be an either of these which I love. But the thing is Billy the guy who's in prison. He agreed to be interviewed for the Hulu male. That's the controversy is because the filmmakers who made the Hulu documentary paid him to be interviewed. And that is considered a no no in journalism. You're not supposed to pay for interviews. But he doesn't actually deliver much to the table. Like, he's he's not apologetic. So if you're looking for a guy who's going to be sad about what he did. Or you're not gonna find it in that documentary either. But the controversy about the Netflix documentary is that part of the team that helped promote which was Jerry media, which is the famous Instagram account f cherry they are producers of the Netflix documentary. So in the Hulu documentary, they they get rolled under the bus as they probably should have been in the Netflix documentary. They do not take a lot of heat in that documentary. The Netflix one they're like the the central stories there. And it's a compelling. Soren? It's interesting, and they do well there's a lot of like I mean, it's an hour and a half. So it's it's it keeps moving into several worth their time. But there are a lot of moments thought less model shots more go down that rabbit trail because I feel like there's something there. I feel like that leads to how we got here. Yeah. They had a lot of model shots in the net. Flicks. When many of that kind of setting say, I don't I challenge you to prove to me that the who documentary has a moment as oh, no life changing as the moment at the fifty minute Mark in the flakes documentary where I guess the lead event coordinator talks about what he's asked to do to procure shipment of Evian water. I I wasn't ready for that. Jayme was still not ready. I I don't want to say I laughed because it's not a funny thing. But like, the the convergence of what I expected to be said, and what was actually said was so different that it. Like it needed to reset my whole sense of humanity. It was yeah. I I needed to control delete my life after watching that scene because it was the NGO that is not in the Hulu documentary.

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Should Jayme Closs get the $50,000 reward

Vicki McKenna

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Should Jayme Closs get the $50,000 reward

Complaint reveals chilling details of Jayme Closs' abduction, captivity

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Complaint reveals chilling details of Jayme Closs' abduction, captivity

"Jeff monosso close escapes last week after being held captive for three months. President Trump's nominee for attorney general testified before a Senate committee, Tuesday and may try to call them. Critics worries that he would stop the special counsels. Russia probe GOP Senator Chuck Grassley. That's the big thing that's holding up their support of him. He ought to be able to get through the Senate like he did three other times. And he's earlier career in bars. Expected to say it's

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Kidnapper targeted Jayme Closs after seeing her get on school bus

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Kidnapper targeted Jayme Closs after seeing her get on school bus

"Barron, Wisconsin, the horrifying details of Jamie classes, abductions spelled out in court papers as Jake Paterson twenty one years old makes his first quarter appearance in an orange prison jumpsuit, they'll set at five million cash Patterson telling detectives, he sees Jamie just thirteen years old getting onto a school bus as he's heading to work and decides she's the girl he's going to take more. Now from USA radio's Timberg bail is set at five million dollars for Jake Patterson the man accused of kidnapping thirteen year old Jamie clause in Wisconsin. Patterson made his first appearance in court, former DC homicide detective and Fox News contributor. Ted williams. Was surprised Patterson's attorneys didn't ask for one thing? One of the things that I was taken back by and I thought that his lawyers meaning Patterson's. Lawyers would've asked for some kind of a psychological evaluation because quite naturally what they are probably gonna use. At some stage is the insanity defense. This

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Kidnapper targeted Jayme Closs after seeing her get on school bus

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Kidnapper targeted Jayme Closs after seeing her get on school bus

"Barron, Wisconsin, the horrifying details of Jamie classes, abductions spelled out in court papers as Jake Paterson twenty one years old makes his first quarter appearance in an orange prison jumpsuit, they'll set at five million cash Patterson telling detectives, he sees Jamie just thirteen years old getting onto a school bus as he's heading to work and decides she's the girl he's going to take more. Now from USA radio's Timberg bail is set at five million dollars for Jake Patterson the man accused of kidnapping thirteen year old Jamie clause in Wisconsin. Patterson made his first appearance in court, former DC homicide detective and Fox News contributor. Ted williams. Was surprised Patterson's attorneys didn't ask for one thing? One of the things that I was taken back by and I thought that his lawyers meaning Patterson's. Lawyers would've asked for some kind of a psychological evaluation because quite naturally what they are probably gonna use. At some stage is the insanity defense. This

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"jayme" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"jayme" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"After sexual intercourse to prevent uti's and stay hydrated and even if you don't have to pay you have to do you follow this jayme i've gone phases where i'm better at it now really good phase i was literally going to say that sometimes sometimes i don't but i you know what i don't get what i mean i guess it's i do get it because there wasn't that much actual sex talk in my sex ed but why like that's something that should be in sex ed lee i know never heard that oh it until until you were here i mean like i heard it from somewhere else like yeah yeah yeah and all you know it's like yeah i get it why people don't think they should but it is true that you don't whether using condoms or not you're using you had another see you just had sex you had something else inside of you use a vibrator fish now bacteria flush it out pete out it takes two seconds before you fall asleep to do it verner about it yeah yeah whenever i've gotten oftentimes i've gotten ut i can trace it lot of times trace it back to the old not peeing that and sex in like a jacuzzi or something yeah that to be very careful okay don't do anal and then do anything else without cleaning up i okay so anal is i'm cool to asia i stop but it has to be your last stop and they shower and then start over and do something else you can't go from back to front you got to clean up after anal because you could transfer that bacteria and it absolutely leads to infections whether it's in your hands or dental so year vein licking all that stuff anal ailing everyone's been much more interested in anal play in a much more specific way i think not just anal sex i feel like men and women are a lot more straight men too are asking about playing with their ena sin but play you stick your fingers in your mouth your condoms you gotta wash up after you have to not put your finger the but and then inside or touching anything else.

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"jayme" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"jayme" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"Press the button and we're live welcome to the wind show how's it going how was your week how was your week it's the nasha the nasha in buddy audible data i'm sorry we're in bazaar land yes related jayme went by that went by fast i guess i think having really poor short term memory helps because face me on monday you would you do this weekend out i do on friday yeah something not very novel apparently right read books we have an interesting show today though if you're if you're weekend went by kind of quickly and was interesting as well maybe this will be an interesting cap to the end of the rest of the week we're talking about people not knowing that they're talking to ai yes is a surprising amount of sophistication from google duplex but we'll talk a little blue everyone's collective mind at their i o conference or this week and we're also gonna talk about boston dynamics kicking ass and the other part of robot futures bodied part oh mine put them together and it can talk and move also nintendo has shared some details but it's switch online service which is cool eeo and rumors about the iphone ten plus sized version of the future this fall the big one the big ten thought it was already pretty big now we'll talk about that okay i'm not really into whatever twenty can you see his feet when he's in the boat he's in the boat yet.

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