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A highlight from Real Estate Agents: How To Stop High Mortgage Payments From Killing Your Business!

Real Estate Coaching Radio

26:28 min | 2 weeks ago

A highlight from Real Estate Agents: How To Stop High Mortgage Payments From Killing Your Business!

"Welcome to Real Estate Coaching Radio, starring award -winning real estate coaches and number one international bestselling authors, Tim and Julie Harris. This is the number one daily radio show for realtors looking for a no BS, authentic, real time coaching experience. What's really working in today's market, how to generate more leads, make more money, and have more time for what you love in your life. And now your hosts, Tim and Julie Harris. Welcome back. So on today's podcast, what Julie and I are going to be doing is explaining with enough detail that all of you will walk away feeling like you've learned a lot and you can apply that knowledge and help you to help people make money. We're going to be explaining the differences in different types of mortgages that are out there. Now why are we doing this? Because many of you are frankly walking around with a lot of misinformation about the different types of mortgage products out there and it's costing you deals. How do I know that's true? Because Julie and I trip over the agents saying things with a lot of authority that are completely wrong about the different types of mortgage products. That's right. So this is how you're going to overcome the number one buyer objection and we're also going to talk about it from the listing side in a second. Buyers are saying things like, I don't want to pay these high interest rates and high mortgage payments. I'm going to wait for the rates to come down. Well, they don't actually have to wait. You don't have to wait. They just have to utilize a different type of mortgage. Now there are several ways to overcome higher rates. We're going to show you the top three and we're going to give you enough information to make you dangerous and you're going to take it the rest of the way or join coaching. Because this is a podcast. This is not a coaching session. And this is great information as always to use if you're training your team, your brokerage. Maybe you're going to do a buyer seminar and you want to give them the drill down on all the rest of it. But really it's knowledge equals confidence, ignorance equals fear. You've got to know this stuff so you feel frankly capable and competent in the marketplace to be working with people because guess what? This marketplace is going to introduce or force all of us to relearn a lot of the sort of different mortgage products that are out there because 30 year fixed rate mortgages until the rates come down to a more or frankly, if you're doing new construction, you're going to be looking at a lot of folks that are going to be looking for ways to make the payment more manageable. That's right. So there are several ways to actually close at a lower interest rate than the going rate rate. We're going to show you the top three. Those three things are buy downs, paying discount points and adjustable rate mortgages, otherwise known as ARMS. So this information is not just for buyer's agents. It's also for listing agents to understand how these programs actually work. Now, frankly, it's mostly for listing agents because a lot of listing agents are turning away offers that are very viable because they don't understand the nature of the mortgage. We talked about this the other day when we were talking about first responder type loans. It's like you'll get a VA or an FHA loan, Mr. Listing Agent, and you'll just shoot it down because somebody told you that those are whatever, whatever. You don't have actual experience and you're listening to people, you're getting advice from people that don't, guess what, have actual experience and you're costing yourself a transaction, you're costing the buyer agent a transaction, but you're also costing in that case that I just gave you, maybe a veteran, an opportunity to buy a house. Yeah, that's exactly right. So remember, just because a buyer asks for closing costs or is getting a mortgage that's not a standard 30 -year fixed does not automatically make them a risky buyer. Maybe they're just getting a lower rate so they have lower payments. That is a big mistake that I'm seeing mostly from listing agents. As you said, they're shooting down perfectly good stuff. Okay, so note to self, credit scores are at an all -time nationwide high. Home equity is high. We've talked about this on previous pods. 30, 60, and 90 -day late payments are at an all -time low. This means that most buyers are in a strong position to buy and they are likely just taking advantage of different types of loan products versus choosing an inferior loan product like some listing agents believe. See, what's happened is, because you guys are so used to standard issue 30 -year fixed, a lot of agents think in their head that anything that isn't like that must be subprime or it must be too risky. There's something wrong with it. Let's take that to the next level. I don't think, okay, agents, now that we're exposing all this to you and there's tens of thousands that are going to hear this, now it is on you to learn what we're going to expose you to and drill down and even learn it more. But I think really the real root of the problem are loan officers who don't know how to do anything other than revise in 30 -year fixed -rate mortgages and or they don't actually have within their mortgage business different types of products other than traditional 30 -year fixed -rate mortgages. So Larry the lender, who you love, is not going to be able to work with you in a mortgage environment like this because the actual essentially list of different mortgage products he has is not versatile enough and you're going to have to open your mind to the fact that buyers are more qualified right now than you actually think they are. Oh, and by the way, some of those buyers are actually going to be sellers as well. You guys getting the point here? The reason that the market is so, I think, the feeling the way it does, a lot of it has to do with lack of knowledge amongst the professionals that are supposed to be doing the transactions. And you may have to change the lenders you're working with. You know, of course I listen to a podcast about this, a lot of the small and medium size lenders are actually going out of business because their refi business dried up and because they don't have all the products that are needed in this market. And they also don't know how to work and do anything other than refi. That's right. So you may have to actually change your mix of lenders or if you are a mortgage lender listening and we are very mortgage lender friendly, many of you are joining our coaching program and getting real estate licenses, you might need to expand what your offerings are or, you know, talk to whoever's in charge about that. By the way, we know we're giving you a lot of information. What we're trying to do is open your mind to all the amazing, frankly, information out there for you to learn because once you have this knowledge, it's going to give you an unfair advantage in the marketplace when you're talking with a prospective buyer or seller. But don't worry if you're missing any of the points from today's show, the notes are down below. Scroll down, open up the show description. They're all there waiting for you. And of course, as always, you can also join premier coaching. It costs you nothing. So listing agents do your research before you shoot down a buyer just because you've never heard of their loan program or because you believe that adjustable rate mortgages are evil and have a terrible reputation. A lot of that is a hangover from things that you might've heard about from the housing crash, but that doesn't mean it's the same product. But again, it might be not things that you heard from the housing crash. It may be your office manager or your mentor or your quote unquote coach heard from the housing crash. When you're going through the process of learning who you should be listening to and taking advice from, you've got to be ultra careful because one little bit of information, just look at what Julie and I have exposed you to. So let's say you're walking around with this attitude that arms are terrible, but arms can make it so that a lot more people can have, say, fixed rate mortgages for the next five or seven years. That's what an adjustable rate mortgage is, meaning a lot more people can buy a house. So because you think arms are awful, you turn down that, again, veteran buyer that's going to do an FHA arm, let's say. Whereas had that person bought that house because of inflation and depreciation, say for $400 ,000, and over the next, say, five years during that time when they had that adjustable rate mortgage, that house could have appreciated by over $100 ,000. You just took from that person, in my case, a veteran, the opportunity to build some significant equity in their property. You've got to be opening your eyes to the importance of having this information because at the end of the day, listeners, your job is to be of service to other people. How many people can you be of service to if you don't know how to actually do the job? Exactly. So we're going to look at three common ways to close at less than the going 30 -year fixed rate. Buy downs. Now, I want you to separate all these because a lot of these terms sound similar. A buy down is a mortgage where the buyer obtains a lower interest rate for at least the first few years of their loan. There are different types of buy downs. A 2 -1 buy down is where the buyer has a lower rate for the first two years of the loan. A 3 -1 is for the first three years of the loan. They buy down the fee, that's known as points, that can be paid by the seller on behalf of the buyer or by the buyer themselves voluntarily. When a buyer asks for closing costs to be paid by the seller, this is where the money can go, for example. Now, builders, as we discussed on yesterday and the day before our podcast, utilize this type of financing routinely. That's why closing on new construction is likely to have a lower interest rate, thus a lower payment. And sometimes you can buy the rate down on an adjustable rate mortgage. So an adjustable rate mortgage is already going to have a lower rate, and sometimes you can buy that rate down even lower. That's right. You can kind of mix these. Okay. Well, you're getting complicated now. I know, but still. Now, since builders subsidize lower mortgage interest rates, a buyer might have the same payment on a higher priced build home using builder financing as they would on a typical 30 -year fixed rate at the going rate on a resale home. And we talked a lot about that on previous pods. Whether it's a home builder or a resale seller who's subsidizing the rate buy down, typically the price is raised to compensate. So we're going to take a couple of examples. I'm going to do these kind of fast because you guys can get the notes. On a 3 -2 -1 buy down, the buyer has lower payments for the first three years. For each of those first three years, their interest rate then goes up by 1 % annually. The full interest rate then applies beginning the fourth year of the loan. They can, however, refinance or sell the home at any time. Now a 2 -1 buy down, the discount is applied for the first two years, providing a 2 % lower interest rate for the first year, then a 1 % rate discount for the second year, and then the third year it adjusts to the actual rate. Now the buyer on their own behalf or the seller or even the builder pays the lender for the subsidy and it is paid at closing. Now buyers can qualify easier with lower rates and enjoy lower payments for the first couple to few years of the loan, if it's a two -year buy down or a three -year buy down. This makes sense especially for buyers who expect their incomes to rise or add a spouse's income in the next few years. I remember we closed some of these with doctor clients. When they were still in medical school. When they were still in medical school. Now some of you guys would shoot that out, oh it's a 3 -2 -1 buy down, I've never heard of that, that must be risky. Well in fact it's a pretty kick -ass borrower that's going to make more and more money and it's the right product for them. Jules, we've had coaching clients that make a fortune off working with doctors that are in residency who know, and they're special, guess what listeners, they're special programs just for doctors who are in residency that a lot of the lenders offer, especially the local banks that you don't know about because you haven't asked yet, where it's exactly what Jules and I just said. They will be able to get loans with basically no money down. Even with tons of student loan debt, right? But why? Because remember we usually talk about risk management with lenders in kind of a yucky light that they're making it harder. In this case they actually believe more because they're doctors, they know their income is going to go up, they know they're going to pay off their student loans and they probably have really killer credit. So here's a case where the agent perception might be completely different than the lender perception and they're actually shooting down a really great qualified buyer just because of the type of loan they have. Well, the agent's perception, not to the lender, but the agent's perception versus say for loan product. Exactly. I said that wrong. You're right. No problem. Okay, so let's do the math. Here's some examples of how a buy down mortgage can work. Say you're borrowing 250 ,000 with a 30 year fixed rate at six and three quarters. You can choose between a two one buy down or a three two one buy down, but here's how the payments would be on a two one buy down. Okay. Year one. And this is, this is as of two days ago. As of two days ago. Let's, let's say that the going rate is just under seven because we're all expecting to land somewhere around there. Okay, so the going rate 30 year fixed, you would have closed at six and three quarters, but remember on a two one buy down, you have two points lower starting on the first year. So again, the, uh, you're borrowing $250 ,000 down year one. The payment is $1 ,304 because you're only at, guess what, a 4 .75 % interest rate. Year two, it goes to $1 ,459. That's at five and three quarters. And then year three is $1 ,622 at the full six and three quarters interest rate. If rates were to all of a sudden plummet that you can refinance out of this as well too. Then do it and fix the rate. But just make sure, listen, there's no prepayment penalty. Those are super rare, but write that down. Never forget. Make sure there's no prepayment penalty. That's right. Now the buy down fee, what did it cost the borrower of this $250 ,000, okay? What did it cost them to make their payments lower for year one and year two? The buy down fee for this loan would be $5 ,759. Now if you did the three to one buy down, your loan would, I'm sorry, your payment would start even lower at $1 ,158 because you're only at three and three quarters. Then the next year, $1 ,304, $1 ,459, and then $1 ,622 when it goes to the full amount, right? So here's the thing, meanwhile the buy down for that one increases on the, when you do a three to one, now it's $11 ,000. So if a buyer is considering a buy down, they should look beyond the initial low payment period to determine whether the costs involved in the near term are actually worth the savings, right? Depends on what's important to them. So let's, we don't, I mean this doesn't necessarily, all the numbers don't translate very well to a podcast, but here's the big takeaway. Let's say for example you're dealing with a home seller that's sitting on a mountain of equity in their home as most sellers are. And let's say they're real skittish about the interest rate on whatever they want to buy. Let's say they want to go from their $400 ,000 house that they owe $200 ,000 on and they want to buy something for $1 .2 million but they're just, can't wrap their mind around the interest rate. They have a lot of equity, they can buy that interest rate down, they can get that payment to exactly where they want it to be. Maybe that was an extreme example, $400 ,000 to $1 .2 million, but you guys get the point. But they're doing it voluntarily. You don't have, you know, we think of this as builders do this all the time. Any borrower can do this on almost any type of loan. Now note to self, not all types of loans or types of homes can be using a buy down. FHA and USDA loans have additional requirements and you should always monitor for prepayment penalties as you said. So what if a buyer wants to lock in a lower rate for a longer period of time? We were just talking about the buy down, which is usually a 2 -1 or a 3 -2 -1. What if they want a longer period of a better interest rate? A buyer can choose to pay the lender upfront, which is at closing, for what's called discount points. So this is a little bit different. What is a discount point? They are prepaid interest that the borrower can purchase to lower their rate on subsequent monthly payments. They are a one -time fee paid upfront during either a normal purchase or later you can do this on a refinance as well. Each discount point costs 1 % of the total loan amount, not the purchase price, the loan amount, and lowers the loan's interest rate by one -eighth to one -quarter of a percent. It's not one -to -one like some people think. It's, you know, 1 % of the loan amount, one -eighth to one -quarter percent lower. Check with individual lenders about their rules and requirements because it's not all the same lender to lender. Now, discount points do not have to be paid out of the buyer's pocket, though they can be. The buyer can ask the seller to pay for discount points or the builder in a new construction purchase. Sometimes the seller will raise the purchase price to make up for their contribution. The house still has to appraise for the higher amount. Builders who subsidize loans usually already have that baked into the price, so you don't even have to negotiate that part mostly with new construction. Discount points make more sense if a buyer is going to keep the house for a longer period of time and less sense if they're going to potentially sell in a shorter period of time. If it's a shorter period of time, you would have done the buy -down instead because maybe you're going to sell in three years. If you're worried about the appraisal, which you should be, you're going to want to then maybe ask for a full asking price, assuming it's priced correctly, and then ask for the seller to contribute to the buyer's buy -down points or closing costs and the rest of it, too. So keep that in mind. By the way, if you're a listing agent sitting on a house that hasn't sold and you're thinking about a price reduction of $20 ,000, maybe instead you do $10 ,000 towards a buyer's buy -down or discount points and you sell it instantly because you just gave the buyer that money. Or offering to pay their property taxes for a year, or offering to pay their HOA fees for a year, offering to pay all kinds of things. There's a lot of ways to avoid the uncomfortable, Mr. Seller, it's time for us to discuss repositioning your house on the market to correctly reflect the buyer's expectation. Never say lower the price, that's a surefire way to get fired. But even that conversation, even with our fancy script, is still going to raise the cackles of most sellers. So it might be a smart idea for you then to not necessarily go after the price, but offer more incentives to the buyer and the buyer's agent to sell your house over another one. People no matter, and this is true, this has actually surprised me, no matter what the cost of the whatever is, people are very payment shoppy, really. At the end of the day, people are payment shoppers more than price shoppers. That's how people think, right or wrong, judge it or not, so there it is. That's right. And by the way, we've done entire podcasts about 12 ways to sell your house that you're listing that's not selling, this is one of them, is contributing to the buyer's loan. Okay, so buying discount points can reduce their rate and lock it in for the life of the loan. That makes it better than a buy down, but again, it matters how long you plan on being in the house. Well, it's because the same amount of money, if you're doing a discount point, will buy the rate down more if you're just doing your previous option, right? So for this, you could actually spend a little bit less money and do a 2 -1 buy down or whatever, maybe it's a 3 -1 or a 4 -1, who knows, but versus an actual discount points, Julie gave you an example, the discount point might only buy, buying a discount point down might cost the same as doing a 2 -1 or a 3 -1 arm, but you're only putting, you know, you're only getting a quarter point off. Exactly. So it's a lot less or an eighth of a point. Yeah, but you know, a really great lender can do a side -by -side comparison and give you your options, right? Okay, so buying discount points can get it locked in for the life of the loan. It is not the same as an adjustable rate mortgage, we're going to talk about that next. The adjustable rate mortgage is locked in for a limited time period, commonly 5, 7 or sometimes 10 years, and then adjusts to a variable rate. I know this stuff is confusing, I'm not expecting you guys to become loan officers unless you already are one. Now let's define what the word variable rate means. Variable rate usually means in the mortgage that after 10 years, it's going to adjust to whatever the market, the prevailing market rate is, and it might be like, and they're going to write in the mortgage exactly how they're going to figure out what the, essentially what it's tied to. What it's tied to, exactly. We'll get into a little, not too many weeds, but a little bit. Okay, so adjustable rate mortgages, these are called ARMS, okay? They have features of both fixed and adjustable mortgages. It's fixed for the first 5, 7 or 10 years, and then the rest of the loan becomes adjustable. But remember, again, you can always refinance or sell the home at any time. That's, but so again, adjustable meaning that it's going to adjust after the initial ARMS. After the initial fixed part of the loan. Exactly. Then it's going to adjust where the prevailing rate is. That's right, so. So it's not like you're going to wake up every day and like be playing mortgage interest rate roulette. Exactly. No, you'll know what's going on. Okay, now, for example, in a 5 -1 adjustable rate mortgage, the rate is fixed at a lower rate than the 30 -year, but it's fixed for only five years. In a 7 -1 ARM, you have a lower rate for seven years, and then the rate adjusts. It then adjusts every year starting the sixth year based on the performance of a benchmark rate. There are usually caps to how far it can adjust during any period. So for example, if your adjustable rate, you closed at 5 -3 quarters when the 30 -year maybe was seven, and you have that fixed for those five years, the sixth year, you're not going to wake up and it's going to be five points higher. Most of these, I've read a lot of these, most of these will have a cap of two, you know, two percent higher or three percent higher, somewhere in there. They also have a low -end cap where, because it can actually adjust lower. Nobody ever thinks about that, do they? Okay, so did you know that if a buyer pays their own discount points, it can also be tax -deductible? The IRS actually considers discount points to be prepaid mortgage interest, because that's what it is, and as such, they are generally tax -deductible over the life of the loan. If they had the home purchase meet certain conditions, they can be fully deductible for the year that it was paid as well. Little known fact. Okay, so discount points can sometimes be negotiated with the lender to actually get more discount for less cash up front. If the borrower, for example, has especially high credit, a great job history, strong ratios, and a good down payment, they're in a great position to negotiate. It's also advantageous to shop these programs with different lenders since they do have some wiggle room, different lender overlays, and special offers. Now here's something, some of these things I know make you guys nervous, because I hear about too many people shooting it down, but here's a fact. Lenders actually like to receive discount point money because it's cash up front versus receiving that money over a time via the interest rate. This might seem like an unusual conversation given the years and years of three and a half percent mortgages, but it's actually quite common practice. You just have to know about it. Knowledge equals confidence, ignorance equals fear. So homework for you is to actually sit down, maybe take your favorite lenders out to coffee. Take two or three of them out, loan originators. They take you out. They should take you out. That's true. Good point. Good point. Unless you have Starbucks cards laying around. Okay. So yes, have them take you to coffee. Ask them to explain how their buy downs, discount points, and adjustable rate mortgages work. Remember yesterday's, or a couple days ago, podcast about first responders. Do they have any special first responder loans? Do they have special deals for teachers, policemen, firemen, doctors, okay? You don't have to know everything about this, but you should be fluent in what's available to your buyers. The more you know, the more deals you can do because you'll be talking about all this stuff and you want to say, you know, the really the impetus for this podcast is how to overcome the buyer's objection. I don't want to pay high rates. I'm out of the market for awhile. By educating your buyers about options, you might re -motivate them to get back in the saddle. Exactly. And again, how many of your buyers are actually, you know, also sellers, people that have houses to sell. This is how we fix the inventory problem in the United States. We just finished a two day series on new construction. We've done lots of podcasts and lots of training in premier coaching about new construction. Well the next leg of that learning is going to learn how to basically help people with different mortgage scenarios. How many of you right now, after listening to this podcast, are feeling a little overwhelmed? I'm going to guess a lot of you. That's okay. Allow yourself to feel overwhelmed. There's I think it's Maslow's levels of mastery or learning, right? Julie's looking at me because she's trying to see if I'm going to get this right. I'm probably not. Maslow's hierarchy or something. No, no, no. The levels of mastery. Oh, levels of mastery. Yes. Was it Maslow? Anyway. Don't make me look stuff up while I'm talking. Right. The first one is unconscious. Incompetence. Incompetence. The next one is conscious incompetence and it's. Conscious incompetence then unconscious competence. I know they all sound the same, but basically you're moving from not knowing what you don't know. In other words, you're walking around. Blissfully ignorant. A cloud blissful of ignorance and you're, oh my gosh, the market's so tough. There's no inventory. None of my buyers are qualified. That is your first level and what we're trying to do, especially on today's podcast, is shock you out of that first level because we want you to embrace the fact that once you are willing to say, oh my gosh, there's so much I don't know, move quickly to that next phase where you're consciously incompetent. When you're consciously incompetent, that's when you're going to be a sponge for new information but that's where the magic happens. And that's why most of you join coaching. When you have that aha moment and you say, gosh, instead of waiting for the market to magically rain listings on me and turn around and make all my buyers qualify and be enthusiastic about everything all the time, maybe I've got to find out some more tools for my toolkit so that I can be more of a problem solver and help more people. Your advantage in this marketplace does not come from buying buyer leads or from essentially doing a bunch of things that are passive lead generation. Your advantage in this marketplace comes from your willingness and your eagerness and your enthusiasm to help people. And the only way you're going to be able to help people is if you earn the right to help them and earn the right is not paying referral fees, earn the right to help them from the knowledge that you have, from the skill set that you can pass along and your quest to be of service to them. That is where you're going to find an unlimited amount of opportunity. You have to lock in to the fact that your highest and truest purpose in this plan is to be of service to other people. The way, only just to repeat what I just said, that you're going to allow, the only way the market's going to give you the opportunity to help a bunch of folks is if you have the knowledge that they need in a marketplace like this. Do you guys see the advantage you could have with understanding just the surface level of what Julie and I just presented to you? Do you see how that's going to make you more confident, be willing to have more conversations because you can help more people? Is this the way you want to go in your career? Of course it is, especially since all of you guys are the smartest, brightest, best looking real estate agents on planet earth. Otherwise you wouldn't be listening to this podcast. So guys, thank you for keeping this the number one listen to daily podcast for real estate professionals in at least the United States. As always, it is our truest honor and our pleasure to be of service to all of you. So if there's ever anything that we can do for you or if you have any show ideas, because all the podcasts in the past like 10 days have come from people messaging us with questions and I'll encourage you to do the same. You can message Julie and I over on Instagram at Tim and Julie or you can also text me directly. This is my real cell phone number but text don't call because I won't answer 512 -758 -0206. Let us know what you want us to drill down on and we will of course do it and we will do our best to keep you guys on the forefront of what is working in this marketplace so you can be of service to more people and then everything that you want in life, business and personal, will certainly follow. You guys have a fantastic day. We'll talk to you on the show tomorrow.

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A highlight from Real Estate Agents Complete Door Knocking Guide (Part 4)

Real Estate Coaching Radio

19:20 min | Last month

A highlight from Real Estate Agents Complete Door Knocking Guide (Part 4)

"Welcome to Real Estate Coaching Radio, starring award -winning real estate coaches and number one international bestselling authors, Tim and Julie Harris. This is the number one daily radio show for realtors looking for a no BS, authentic, real time coaching experience. What's really working in today's market, how to generate more leads, make more money and have more time for what you love in your life. And now your hosts, Tim and Julie Harris. We are back. And actually we are picking up where we left off a week ago when we were talking about door knocking. And I have to say, Julie, the door knocking podcast series that you wrote has become one of our biggest downloaded and listened to podcasts. And now it's quickly becoming one of our biggest downloaded and viewed YouTube videos, which it is something door knocking and learning how to be a proactively generator is definitely something that everyone wants to know how to do, needs to know how to do, because really a lot of the passive lead generation stuff from social and from buying leads, it's had its day in the sun, all these passive ideas and as the economy changes, as the housing market changes, people are realizing they are going to have to actually get off their dust and learn how to be proactively generators and had to have real meaningful conversations with real estate perspective, real estate clients. And in doing so, and I know you're reading this as well from our people who email us and text us and all the rest of it, they're having more expensive, more expensive, right? They're having more success from that experience faster than they thought. They that they had no clue, frankly, that they're going to be able to generate so many leads so quick. Yes, absolutely. And here's the thing. This doesn't cost you anything. Right. And at the same time, there's so many added benefits. For example, of course, your skills are going to increase your ability to have really great, valuable conversations about real estate. That's going to get better and better with every conversation you have. Of course, we all know that most real estate transactions do indeed come from a face to face conversation about real estate. Most people will choose to work with the first person they talk to about their situation. Your job is to be that person. And another great byproduct of this, Tim, is that it creates a lot of lead follow up for these guys where also you have a high likelihood of setting your next appointments from. But, you know, really, all those things are the practical, tactical reasons you want to, you know, door knock or do any kind of proactive lead generation. But I'll say the biggest psychological mindset reason why is because a lot of agents right now, most agents right now are looking for a sense of direction. They feel the markets change. I mean, really, I don't know. Did I tell you this, Jules? They're originally they were expecting there to be five point five million home sales this year. And now they're actually projecting. I believe it's NAR that's projecting now it's only five million home sales. So five hundred thousand fewer home sales. But that's actually a million home sales fewer than last year or something like that. So you're talking about a very significant number of real estate agents who won't be doing real estate transactions at all. And a lot of the agents who are listening to us right now and are in the business have only been in real estate, frankly, for the last five years or less. And if you've not sold real estate for more than really 15 years, you've not sold real estate during a transitioning market, you're at an advantage and you're at a disadvantage. And the disadvantage is, you know, or the advantage is you don't have the battle scars, you know, so you don't have the bad memories of what that market's like. But the disadvantage is, is you don't know how different things really can be and how quickly they can change. And if you've been in real estate only in the really the last five or even 10 years, you've come up during a very sort of bizarre time in the real estate industry because there's been this advent of all this lead buying and team building and branding and marketing. These things really have hit their peak. Why? Because there was so much money that was in real estate, so many agents looking to spend money, so many agents not really understanding how to decide what they should spend their money on, if they should spend their money at all on anything. And so as a result, that's brought in a lot of these businesses that were venture funded. And, you know, I don't want to bore all of you, but the moral of the story is a lot of those businesses are washing out a lot of these ideas that never really worked in real estate, even in the best of times, are really going to prove out not to work certainly in a changing market like we're experiencing now. That's the reason every single one of you need to accept the fact that we're in a new market. And that's fantastic. There's going to be fewer transactions in most of the country. And that's actually not a bad thing either when you take into consideration that your biggest competitor, for the most part, isn't the seasoned grizzled veteran. Your biggest competitor is the other agent who just got their license or maybe the other agent who the seller might know because their kids played together or just some social connection. But as those types of agents who aren't really serious about the business get out of the business, the ones that have skills are actually they're absolutely going to clean up. That's the reason that during a market shift like this, you always see. Well, you see one or two things. You see new kings crowned, new queens crowned in the marketplaces. Those are the agents that were able to adapt to the new market, learn the new skills. They didn't wait around for the market to change back the way it was. They said, this is what it is. I'm going to make the most of it. And then sometimes you also see the agents who are at the top of the market, who are the actual dominant agents. They actually start to get more market share. So you could. But here's where it's interesting. It's fascinating. I have to be careful saying this because it offends some people, but it's still true. A lot of what happens in a market like this are the dug in grizzled teams and brokers refuse to change. They still try to carry their old way of thinking and their old expense structure into this new market. And when they do that and the new market essentially doesn't allow them to, frankly, make it work cash flow wise, they go out of business and they have to hit a hard reset on their personal and business lives. I'll suggest if you're in that bucket, if you're in that bracket, if you're realizing that you're essentially trying to model your business after something that worked in the past market, you need to take a seriously hard look at adapting very quickly to the new realities. Otherwise, frankly, you're going to most likely suffer needlessly. Don't wait to learn what I just said is true. Get ahead of whatever is going to happen next, because, guys, a million fewer transactions is a million fewer transactions. That's a lot of transactions that are leaving the marketplace. And a lot of you, again, have been buying your business and the quality of the leads. Have you noticed the quality, especially the buyer leads has really gone to pot? Well, that's just going to get worse as well. So please, please, please, please don't wait to experience hardship to realize what I'm telling you is true. Take action on all that now. So we're going to get back to door knocking. And this is the last part of our four part series. So, Julie, point number 13. Yes, part four point number 13 post on social media, especially on YouTube, a video of you starting to prospect a specific neighborhood. This should be you in front of the neighborhood sign or something recognizable about where you are. Share some fast facts and explain that you'll be there this afternoon, connecting with all of the neighbors and answering any real estate questions. Give your mobile number posted on all of your social media. And of course, you can refer to our podcast series about how to utilize videos for real estate agents. Now, let's I'm going to talk real briefly about this. First of all, YouTube is now migrating towards trying to be a little tick tocky. And so is Instagram. In other words, it's starting to give more priority to short videos, which is perfect because short videos don't have to be really produced at a high level. It's great. And what Julie just said, why are we telling you to do this? Because what's going to happen is as you're door knocking and getting to know the neighbors and essentially building your centers of influence and past clients, they're most likely going to do a little bit of googling on you to find out what your your story is. And so if you created a lot of these little short snippet, you know, tick tock type videos and they're on Instagram, they're on YouTube and maybe even on tick tock, what's going to happen is those search results will come up and they're going to see your very proactive in the community. You get it? So all we're trying to do is use the social to reinforce, use the passive, the social media to reinforce the proactive, which is you door knocking. That is closing the loop. That's creating a Web. Now, there is a way to do these videos. And Julie gave you some ideas. We also include in our premier coaching, which is free for all of you, a 12 month social media marketing plan. It's something a lot of you, frankly, are struggling with because you don't know what to talk about, what to do. And we give you a lot of great ideas, kind of model out your entire year what you should be doing. I just gave you some ideas right there. If you want to join premier coaching for free, you heard that right. For free, simply text the word premier to four seven three seven two. Text the word premier to four seven three seven two. Or you can always go to members dot Tim and Julie Harris dot com if you don't want to text or if you're outside of the continental United States. But the easiest way for sure is just to text the word premier p r e m i e r to four seven three seven two. And when you do, we'll text you back a link. You click that link and you can join premier coaching and usually about 20, 22 seconds and you will have instant access to premier coaching, which includes a daily semi private coaching call daily, as in every workday, Monday through Friday, semi private coaching call. You have immediate access to our private members only Facebook groups. You have immediate access to the scripts, the objection handlers. A lot of the things that we talk about on this podcast you get for free. So don't wait on this. This is a perfect time of year for you to be getting your skills 100 percent in alignment with this new market. So text the word premier to four seven three seven two. Remember, when texting message and data rates may apply. Yes. So back to point number 13, just for a second. So let's say that you went door knocking today in Oak Creek. You talked about it. You gave some fast facts. You let everybody know you'll be there this afternoon. Well, maybe this weekend somebody in Oak Creek is thinking about listing their property. One of the first things they're going to do is go to Google and say agents or realtors or real estate agents in Oak Creek. They want to know who actually sells that area. And guess whose video is going to pop up, assuming that you did point number 13. Well, you know, you're going to get me we're never going to move past 13. But this is really this is such a sweet thing that she just said. You all should do this experience or experiment. Go to your phone, go to open up Chrome, assuming you have that on your phone, and then do a search for Julius using Oak Creek. I mean, Oak Creek's a subdivision we used to sell in. But use the name of a subdivision in a community, like as if you were a buyer looking. And then what I want you to notice is the first ads that come up are the pay -per -click ads. And then after that, what you're going to see is usually in the second or usually the first, second or third search results, you're going to see search results from YouTube. In other words, you're going to see that Google is starting to give priority to these short little snippet videos that I just described to you, and they're prioritizing the videos above the normal search results. In other words, you're going to get primo search results. Why? Because they want people to click search results and they know people will click video search results, like at a 5 to 1 ratio, more than a textural search result. So you need to be doing these little short videos in conjunction with what you're already doing. Now, it's not enough just to do the video. You're going to have to use a system like the one Julie and I use is called vidIQ to make sure you're getting all the YouTube SEO stuff right. You have to title it right. You have to put in tags. It's all very... None of that's hard, though. Oh, it's super simple. I mean, frankly, if you and I know how to do it. Right. And vidIQ is so cheap, I don't even remember how much it costs. There's a free version. OK, there you go. And we're not we're not affiliated with vidIQ. It's just vidIQ. And then it'll tell you essentially how to make it so that your videos get higher placement. The key is always to have very drilled down titles in your descriptions saying today I'm door knocking and getting to know the neighbors in Oak Creek subdivision nothing and a lot of you know, you don't need a lot of blithering and blathering, just very three or four lines. And then you want to put your links. You want to if you'd like to contact me about home for sale in Oak Creek or if you're thinking about selling your home in Oak Creek and then give your cell phone number, things like that. And what you'll find is you'll start generating leads from your YouTube. But what you're really trying to do is close the loop. Door knock. Hello. Hi, it's Bob at my door. Bob's here to provide me some information about recent home sales. Bob's, you know, very nice, very approachable. I like Bob. Bob's great. He's obviously trying to do a great job getting home sold in our community. Well, I'm more curious. I'm curious about Bob before I actually want to further my relationship with him. I have my phone in my pocket. I pull it out. I Google Bob's name, but I find Bob's actually very proactive. You guys get it. This is all free. Every single thing we told you how to do so far is free. Yes. And the super cool thing about doing the video in addition or in conjunction with your actual door knocking is that that video is going to live on and the search results will live on. So it gives a boost to that door knocking. OK, point number 14, door knock the neighborhood prior to all of your open houses. Again, give out a flyer with the stats for the neighborhood and add your home brochure for the home that you'll hold open. Ask who they know who you should invite to the open house. Ask permission to place your directional signs in the yards. And don't forget to ask, who do you know who could use my help buying or selling real estate? Well, let me give you a little bit of an enhancement to this. Now, this will work pretty much in all price ranges. But what our best age we have agents that are making, you know, millions of dollars per year. One of their primary lead drivers is doing exactly what we talk about. One of the things you want to do, it works sometimes unbelievably well in certain neighborhoods, usually more expensive neighborhoods realistically. But one of the things you want to do is you want to have a neighbors only open house prior to the main open house. And so what you can do is you can go and door knock the neighbors, invite them to the open house, and then by inviting them to the open house, you're going to maybe have the open house, the normal one for the public open from one till four, where you're going to have the neighbors only open house from, say, you know, 12 till one or something like that. What you're doing is you're just showing that you're more proactive and you're getting to know all the neighbors and the neighbors are going to think, you know what? This gives me the opportunity to go through that house and look in their garage and see if they ever gave me my mower back or my, you know, search for that search for the missing, you know, whatever, see if my neighbors accidentally snatched it. That's a bad joke, but you guys get the point. What we're really trying to do is position you, put you in. You're now door knocking. You're now having conversations. You're now delivering value to people. You're now being the person you want to be and you're working in the communities you want to work. You're actually doing real work of real estate. How does that make you feel? How does that make you feel versus, say, for example, working on your CRM more or less confident? How does that make you feel knowing you're having direct conversations with people versus, say, building a big funnel that hopefully maybe you're going to spend a bunch of money trying to get people to go into so you can drip on them door knocking, having real proactive conversations. It immediately energizes you, immediately makes you more in alignment with your highest and truest purpose in this planet, which is being of service to other people. Point number fifteen. Yes, and number fifteen is a mindset point. Believe that door knocking works and it will work. How you speak with someone when you're prospecting is greatly influenced by how you're thinking about what you're doing. Napoleon Hill said, what the mind can conceive and believe it can achieve. You'll have more energy and enthusiasm when you're all in versus I'm going to try it out or I'll see how it goes. I'm just going to do this for one day and see whether it works or not. So believe that it's working. Be consistent about it and your your attitude about it will cause you to have better results. And also with regards to that, when you're door knocking, use the scripts that we give you. We talked about those a little bit on the first couple of shows of the series, but obviously these are all waiting for you over on premier coaching and all of you are ready to join premier coaching. Don't wait. Just text the word premier to four seven three seven two and you can join right away. Remember when texting message and data rates may apply. Yes. Now our final point, number sixteen is number sixteen in a four part series because it's a bit more advanced. It's also one of my favorite points about door knocking. You can create a neighborhood directory as a way to get everyone's contact information and connect the community. This can be digital and or hard copy. It's a great excuse to door knock and you're providing value to the community. You can include a map of the neighborhood, phone numbers to the utility companies who service the neighborhood and a section for other recommended providers like the sprinkler guy, a pool guy, a painter, a dog walker, a babysitter. And of course, your real estate ad with testimonials will be in that section as well. Or you could put it in the back cover as directory sponsored by Bob Smith of Exp Realty, for example. This is why hard copy is nice. It stays in their kitchen with your information on it and they use it all the time. They're not going to throw it out. This is such a huge idea when you do it well. And of course, Julie and I did this as well. And yes, we could have leaned into one of those online portals. What was the one that was in Georgetown, like nextdoor .com and they provide. But they're keeping all of that pertinent information behind a paywall and you're not in control of it. So really, what you want to do is there's a couple of different ways to go about this. I would say you'll experience, again, depending on the price range, you're going to experience 50 percent of the people are going to be very apprehensive about giving their information out. So here's the move is you want to essentially create a fill in the blank flyer and the fill in the blank flyer has no required information. Now, you can have an address associated with a name. You don't have to have their permission to say one, two, three Elm Street is lived in by Bob and Betty Jones. Right. You can do that. All their other information, they have to decide whether they want to share it, their phone numbers, their email addresses, whatever else it is. So you will door knock and you will say we're putting together a directory as a community service. And this directory is only going to be given to people in the neighborhood. It's not going to be shared any other way. It's only going to be in print format. It's not going to be a digital format. No one's going to be able to essentially email it or anything like that. So you don't have to worry about any nefarious marketing that might happen as a result of it. This is just for the neighborhood. In addition to that, we're going to include a list of the service providers. So if you've got any on the same fill in the blank thing, who is your favorite babysitter? Who's your favorite roofer? Who is your preferred landscaper? Who is your preferred all the rest of it? Right. If you're from Columbus, Ohio, like where Julie and I are from, who's the best, most reliable person that's going to show up in the middle of the night and move the 14 feet of snow off your driveway, all that sort of thing. Right. Give them the babysitters, all these types of things. But that's really valuable. You know, I mean, how many times do you, oh, I got to go Google that and then I've got to look at reviews and I got to sift and sort all that out. What if you knew, and we talk about this all the time, that when somebody needs a service provider, what do they do? Who do I already know? If I don't already know somebody, I'm going to ask a trusted friend or advisor. I'm probably going to ask a neighbor because they're going to know who services the community. So this is a really valuable thing for you to put together. That will have shelf life. And of course, you can sponsor the back cover. You can include yourself in the service providers. There's lots of ways you can work this. And so you can you should do this. This is just thinking big here. You should do this every year. Now, when Julie and I did this, what we did was we do it. Actually, I don't think we updated it every year. I think we updated it like every 18 months or 24 months. But it was it was obviously completely voluntary. At first, people were apprehensive and then they felt left out. They had FOMO if not being in the directory.

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A highlight from Dennis & Julie: Gam Zeh Yaavor

Dennis Prager Podcasts

05:01 min | Last month

A highlight from Dennis & Julie: Gam Zeh Yaavor

"Hey there, Dennis Prager and Julie Hartman. Dennis and Julie. Shalom. Oh boy. Auf Wiedersehen. Hello. So here's my theory. There are as many female characters as male characters. I knew you were going to say something about characters. Well, because you're a character. Which is, by the way, just for the record, you cannot become one. There are no trans characters. Transgender characters? No, no. Trans characters. When I hear trans. If you're not a character. I see now. You cannot. There is no medication, no surgery possible to become a character if you're not one. Is that true of any other quality? Is there something else that you have to be born with? It's an interesting question. Well, I certainly like athletic ability. Extraordinary. Right. Right. But you have to work at that. You don't have to work at being a character. It is so natural. I'm a character. You're a character. My, let's see, my dad was a character. Is Sue? No. Oh, Sue. Sue a character. I know Sue so well. So it's interesting that I even asked. Sue, first of all. She's a wonderful laugh and a wonderful. Oh, no, that has nothing to do with anything. You're right. Yeah, but she's not a character. There's a rule, Jules, and that is characters marry non -characters and vice versa. So the odds of your husband, that lucky, lucky, lucky man to be, will be a character. The odds are very low. But I also want someone who's fun and interesting. Well, that's my wife. She's fun and interesting. Yes, true. Except when we drive. Really? Oh, I didn't. Come on. You know my theory. She turns into Mr. Hyde or Ms. Hyde. No, I don't. I've never heard you speak about this. Almost every man thinks that. She nudges you? She talks to you about how to drive better? That is when the Sanskrit comes into play. My dad quoted you so much on the trip we were on. I tell the story of your parents. Oh my gosh. And the Sanskrit. He said one time we were in the airport and my dad is a typical man slash dad in the airport. We have to be three hours at a minimum early. God forbid we're not first in line at the gate. He always has the tickets out. He's like everyone who walks by, he's like sky priority, sky priority. He gets so anxious. And my mom, I guess, dropped her passport or something. She picked it right up and my dad got so anxious and he said, and otherwise he's a very chill guy, but when he entered, when he steps into an airport, all the chillness goes away. He turns into a nervous wreck. And he said, women were brought on earth to terrorize men. Well, that's not my Sanskrit line, but it's related. It's a cousin. Yes. It's a cousin. Tell the story though, and then I have a lot of stuff I want to ask you and talk about, but you've got to tell people how your parents reacted so differently to my ridiculous line on the radio. That in wife Sanskrit is she who finds flaws in her husband. The story is when I first started working for Dennis about two years ago, we were in his library at his home, which has what, 6 ,000 books. Of course, I'm the reader. I'm loving it. Going through and we were looking at a book on language and Dennis looks at me and I didn't know you very well. So everything you said, and I still hang on to a lot of things that you say because you're so full of wisdom, but especially in those early days, everything that you said, I was thinking, oh my God, Dennis Prager said this, I have to remember that. You look at me, totally dead serious, and look at the camera and he goes, you know that wife is Sanskrit for flaw finder, and I'm like, oh, Dennis Prager knows so much language, you know, filing that away. I go home that night sitting at dinner with my parents, what did you learn from your second day at work? I go, oh, we were talking about language and he told me the wife is Sanskrit for flaw finder, and my mom is nodding and my dad just starts cracking up. I love it. You know, another difference between my parents with regard to our work. Wait, I just want to make that clear to everybody. Your dad immediately knew it was hilarious. Yes, my dad knew it was a joke. And your mother thought, really? Oh yeah, I thought. Right, okay. Because Dennis has this trick where he says something. Right, absurd. Absurd in a dead serious look and tone. Another thing, I know we've also said this on the air before, but I think it's so funny. My mom was convinced for a time that you hated Sean.

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Digital foot soldiers: Pro-Trump bots swarm DeSantis, Haley

AP News Radio

01:06 min | 7 months ago

Digital foot soldiers: Pro-Trump bots swarm DeSantis, Haley

"Thousands of automated Twitter accounts are praising Donald Trump and attacking his critics and political rivals for The Associated Press, I'm Jennifer King. It's an online manipulation campaign reminiscent of those pioneered by the Kremlin, but the calls are coming from inside the house, according to analysts at cyber, an Israeli tech firm over the past 11 months, someone likely within the United States has created three sprawling bot networks, thousands and possibly hundreds of thousands of fake automated Twitter accounts with fake names and profile photos, offer a stream of praise for former president Donald Trump. Ridicule Trump critics from both parties and attack Republican rival Nikki Haley, cyber engineer Jules gross, tells the AP these voices are not people for the sake of democracy, I want people to know this is happening. The accounts will often reply to or repost from real accounts with messages like McConnell, traitor, or Biden is trying to take our guns, Trump was the best. The accounts exploit Twitter algorithms to maximize their reach and are putting a thumb on the scale when it comes to conversations about other candidates, as far as Ron DeSantis, the bots are aggressively suggesting the Florida governor can't beat Trump, but would be a great running mate. Jennifer King, Washington

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"jules" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"jules" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"50% of the buying decision is made from the street. Does your listing look like a house that someone would be proud to come home to? Do simple things to improve the curb appeal, like a wreath on the door, a nice front door mat, plants on the porch, landscaping, weed removal, undead the grass, et cetera. Well, there is, I think, Jules, there was different reports, and we have this in our complete home selling guide, right?

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"jules" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"jules" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Former subordinate roger ung who's the only Goldman employee to face charges over the scandal Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries this is Bloomberg Yusuf Thank you Jules Here is a bit of a preview of what's going to come up in terms of earnings We're looking at Nestlé the Swiss giant and then Snyder electric as well coming through in the next hour Walmart It's going to give us a better sense of where consumer minds are at in the United States It's going to happen in the afternoon and then we'll also get to France's results today Since gum did you make a tourism minister is with us Edmund Bartlett on the nation's pants to revive the sector But next we get union Bon gari CIO Norman vilma his thoughts on the latest 5 minutes and his outlook on markets This is Bloomberg Before and after the pandemic Is it driven by politics or by science There may be how we keep track of our lives from here on out What do you think the political effects of that impatience will be And through it all there's been Bloomberg We begin on Capitol Hill the most accurate business world and healthcare news before and after The fundamentals do not justify this price action Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening Would you say it's more important to gather information fast or to have it first or to be the most accurate They can really move the needle when it comes to programs The point is the level of support you get from companies for this What if you don't have to choose It also has enormous importance for the labor market How do they get ahead of different administrations we see this move towards digital currencies Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening We used to take our freedom of movement for granted not anymore It's not just that people work for the airlines and it's natural to feel grateful for the things that kept you going Does America.

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"jules" Discussed on Obsessed

Obsessed

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"jules" Discussed on Obsessed

"Truth. Oh you see. One could interpret that word in many different ways right and we all look through life through different lenses because we have different experiences that we bring to the table and that is the beauty the the messy -ness of life and when we embrace others and their beauty and their complexity and their messes. This is where the magic happens if you do. Have that empathetic. I to understand where someone else's coming from to listen actively you can avoid so much drama in your life. Final gem is dropping your water line. And so what i mean by that is let people see a little bit more of you when you let people see a little bit more of the messy -ness of who you are people instantly connect to that and i think it's super important to develop strong connections and that could be one to one or one to many if you start and and show up as you people will connect you. And so that's what my dad was saying when he was saying we are like raindrops. You can see right through us. Because i let people see a little bit of my messy nece because that's life life is messy instead makes you so much more endearing to know that you are not on this mountain top preaching to us that you do have that mess. I've loved that. Jules dropping the waterline. That is brilliant. That is brilliant right there. And when we do drop that waterline. We are able to connect with other people. We are able to gain so much trust from other people. We spur creativity and we can leave not only in a corporate setting but we can read our lives aligned with everything we believe in and sometimes our.

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"jules" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"jules" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"And Jules wouldn't have done it anymore. How? Just go through? I don't know it in a Ben Ben Piggy bready bready Happy Navy Navy 26. Come when they pay me. Come with Katie. Amy. Crazy, crazy kicking Damn, baby can with the army on home here. The people I'm stood a sense. We just want party party party. We're out of kind of dance, sticking my number and speaking of gayness get came with gang I see you with needs. Where's upstate? I was fast period as we got to get becomes period. Isobe. I'm at the top. Pair me them Start seat. We can play serious came with the gang married. The gang. Me can't wait to mark. Cool. This is Canon's tempt him. Song Hye. She always with the top down even when it's called Oh, she got the kids to the bull Dixie. Don't do 900,000 duels on that the life do it. Make it Don't do it. You never heard it at in the Birkin bag, stupid. He ain't never heard of brag or say that she going through it. I don't want to type of type of food. The one time Oh, just give me one night. I can make a Senate came a long way to see the one drinks, no loving bringing no, no to the table. Oh, you know, that's a bank account. Think I make on a weekend to enable? Oh, she gonna be like I didn't pull $1000 out of side pocket food at liberty think you tried to buy Stop It don't know me. The car look like a sky rocketing popping. You don't want to drink. You want to rip it? They don't pay for nothing. See? Just get mad. I like that. You don't even need me to try to pull up in the rally with the roof of I'm just buying drinking doing to mother like that shit. Don't even need me to buy nothing. Got money in tonight. What's the day But glasses? Stunt she gonna bust what you think by every band and growing on stage I got in my name. Oh, Dad. And nine throwing 2014. I met him. They rain Oh, that I could get that done. But I'm gonna get the ace just to run it. Never see everybody face when they bring the check Socks, summer name. I might have to face a valid bring my father did a front you? Yeah, I'm getting solo. I got his son and the cameras hit. My guy made a I got them works all. Oh, I got it. So Skrill Boster back. I am the passenger on the party. But you ain't driving already needed somebody a ride because I'm a go here. Say I'm a girl. Temporary. Got you? Because I want you because I need you know, I don't.

"jules" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"jules" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"So i was like had no idea what i had or i was like on desk door. What was going on but it was pretty horrible and obviously i couldn't communicate with anybody anybody back home because no wifi. Cuba barely any internet so very isolating and one of the worst parts. We missed the rolling stones concert. It was during the hospital. Stay and jules was very sweet and stayed by my side and did not go to that concert obviously very sweet husband and yet and then we were just there for four nights and we survived. I'm fine now. Obviously was running back for four on a staff of moving stuff at one like one room to bring old to the hospital and back and forth and bring food and not and the whole time. Chrysanthemums trying to communicate with this and just done on anything until we get out of yes. She's like hello. Hello and messaging me alot mazar She had no idea the whole time. I was in the hospital when it comes to parents. And you not feel like just yeah. They can't do anything right. Especially in this case so exactly totally and yeah. It was just horrible. They called dengue fever. The bone breaking disease. Because it just makes it feels like your whole body is all your bones are breaking and but it was fine like i turned out fine but there's a testament to how much we were budget. Backpackers was that on the way back from the hospital instead of springing for like a five dollar taxi cab we took ten dollar taxicab. We took the local bust out of the hospital crammed into with so many people and i was still feeling horrible. And we're just like no gotta save. Some money at the bus will be like twenty cents. Let's just take the bus. Took that back to our caused and yeah it was. It was a wild ride. Dan gay it very intense thing to go through the muscles grabbing taking them back and forth in the hospital. Before you've been taking it back you don't have the breaking disease bay man budget backpacker chops right. There christine taking the bus after being on spital for four five days with dengue gay. And saying yeah. I'm going to do twenty five cent bus out of curiosity any idea how much it would have cost like how much the the hospital and all that cost. If you didn't have travel insurance like did you ever see a bill of all. We would've paid x. amount. Yeah we ended up. Front is actually so that it's extremely cheap and the have really great dogma. Sunday facilities in access to equipment. He's a little bit dated. They had some of the best doctors medically trained in the world. And i'm really sure about as only eight hundred bucks. Yeah whole experience and that was bull old. The constant i've as that was the first medical employment that was for the ambulance to the hospital. And they the four-night stay for five knots diet as well as wide big which i think was only twenty dollars ought to rent next to a. I'm pretty sure it was unavailable under a thousand dollars. So we heidel that front and then we're rainbows. But yeah i mean that anywhere else would have been insane. Now you ask even thousands tens of thousands. Okay man and you got that luxury ambulance right. I mean all for under thousand bucks. Now i know hear like god. This is not bad. I missed a concert that kind of stuff. So if you're gonna get dan gay fever get it in cuba. And then you'll be. You'll be fine at least financially assurance. They're always helpful there you go. What are you guys having Have coming up in the pipeline. We're recording right now. When kobe is hot you know it's still happening. But do you have plans for future travel or like or if you don't have a plan you have certain destinations like all right. This is next for us. Or this is what we're gonna do and also on the professional side. what what's cohen. Don't forget to move. And the not so bon voyage. Podcast what do you guys have planned. Well we're playing month month as mostly blah Personally and deficiently lucky that we got a couple of months staub euronet canadian by trade and we came back literally two days before locked down so we can get a good chunk of travel to saudi saudia and we had things planned for these seattle. That have been postponed. Potentially cancelled eminent comes to work. I mean in the. Us rodney on constantly is leaving the us for the rest of the Realistically like the vikings out already economy. I got back home to australia. With conquered europe as it stands and started eruptions pretty limited so we definitely want to try and use this time to do some more domestic travel reminisce but inside that we want to be conscious of not being staife and helping california developments on the rise. You know where that stands now in a couple of months At what to do way to go in and also we want to be responsible with their troubles while sir at night. Yeah but you know. We love having the podcast. We you know have a travelers on. Tell their travel horror stories. So it's been really fun to just continue that travel based conversation even when none of us are really traveling just you know continuing that travel community share stories and reminisce about the good old days when we could just go wherever we wanted whenever we wanted. But so yeah just continue in With the podcast putting out episodes and focusing on that right now. I think it is a welcome relief. Not just for you know us but also for listeners. Not and by us. I mean people were hosting i. It's really a win win. And i know in the very beginning you know in march heather. I hour talking like all right. What should we be talking about. Travel this scene and we just came to a point like this is what we normally do and if this is how we can help and you know bring entertainment joy funny stories. Whatever a break from the monotony This is what we need to do. So if you guys are craving more of that if you're listening to this you can go find their podcast. However you're listening is podcast right. They'll be able to find yours at the not so bon voyage pockets. You guys are on. All i'm sure all the directories they can find you wherever right all levels. Yeah awesome awesome christine and joel. Thank you guys so much for joining me today. For sharing the not so glamorous side of travel and saying like even when this happens like this is why we do it to have an experience that we wouldn't have you know otherwise like yeah dengue fever not great to have but it makes a cool story afterwards. So thank you guys.

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"jules" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"jules" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"Yeah like turning on the bad like looking at the view. I guess i. We had a robe and slippers of always in that first. And it's just like we're going to really enjoy this. Where like you said if you do that all the time. You're not gonna really enjoy it as much so it's good to switch it up a little room to go. This is not as good as the last one. I went right. Nobody told me every six months. You like oh. This is good Yeah heather makes fun of me all the time because if it has like a pool sauna hot tub. It doesn't matter if we have like ten minutes in the hotel. I'm like i'm going like i'm trying all the amenities it's free. I'm going to the gym. I work out for five minutes. She's like why i won't even work out. I just want to go see it. Rates like why do you care like i don't know it's just different. We don't get this all the time. So let's just try it out right. Tell as well. Great place in bali now. Obviously you guys are renting long-term but one of the best hotel buffets we've ever had is the haven in semin yak That is just an incredible incredible breakfast bread. And i know i'm sure bali. Has you know tens of these different places with awesome. You know things but for like you know for bali. It's a little expensive but for us. You know it was like seventy bucks a night or fifty bucks a night. I'm like man. I probably fifty bucks french. Toast like what i mean. I got my money's worth their so nice. Yeah he stuff in your pocket slave accurate like all right. This is breakfast lunch and maybe dinner we scoring nice guys have had a lot of travel and yours said about being robbed in panama and that not being the biggest miss out so now i'm kind of waiting with big of like what is it like. What is this story that you guys come to. We're going to be sitting on our aachen chairs telling the kids grandkids. Whoever about this won miss out that happened it's going to be christine's story That's probably the was the most i mean. We've had a lot of weird not so good things happen to us but that was probably the most traumatic flying from cancun to cuba. This isn't jazz in sixteen. Yeah and i started feeling really crummy on the way over like just really ill. And arriving in the queue airport nevada was show like it's just not very organized at lisa wasn't in two thousand sixteen huge line for immigration. And you're out basically outdoors in the heat is awful like two hours in line for immigration another two hours in line for baggage so by this time it ended up being like midnight. We shared a cab with a couple of women into town to get to our costs. A particular jet jolt as his version of the story is yours is so megadeath. Musa obviously access the internet and wi fi as well as she especially back into debt. Sixteen as well as you. Now the world and so i had written damn what i had interpreted as the address of that place. We were starting at which happens to not be address that we went to and we could not find so we could not funny splice and christina's going downhill very quickly and we walk. Walking around woken ran through democracy. Scott straight like keeping a very friendly like hey like. I can help them this address. So he's running around trying to help his fondness address eventually. christie's he brings his back into his house and sits down in the middle of the family. Like one o'clock in the morning is always like young kids of savings through like los gringos seating in atlanta room. Give us coffee and christine is just continuing to get worse and worse and the ad industry the guy. Yeah and eventually we did find a place to stay. It turned out which we didn't realize at the time where we found out that the entire city was booked up because obama was in town and he was doing his big cuba. Torah guess so everybody wanted to be there and it was completely booked out and the rolling stones were they're doing a free concert in conjunction with obama and putting on this big show for everybody so the whole place was booked so it was really hard to find a place so we were. We finally found a place to stay. I don't know what happened with our original who booked but that was gone And eventually over the week. I just got worse and worse. I was basically sleeping all day. Not eating or drinking and just feeling completely horrible. It was terrible. And i had no idea what was wrong with me and finally a woman. The woman who we are staying with was like oh. Do you have red dots on your stomach. And i was like yes. I do this really weird. And she's like yeah. You have dengue fever. You need to go to the hospital immediately so trouble insurance if we always say economy full afford travel insurance accountable to travel. Because he's honestly the most important thing and we had been a little bit slack in getting it. We've tried with it but sometimes with picked it up along the way like Is one of the things we've got to. We've gotta get challenger. I am on the plane. I think we lane going to get challenges. And then with the get in a few days in mexico before so that's actually still hadn't bought it which is a very. Ill advised travel tape and so before we went to the hospital i was like i'm gotta travel insurance so christie's like dying decline these room. I'm like running around town trying to find a little wifi hotspot second. He got some travel insurance before we go to and thank it as we did border like like you. Sort of kenyan shied away. Yeah why should go inside so we ended up at the clinic and they take one look at me. And they're like you really need to get on i. v. drip immediately so i they gave me to ivy drips which i soaked up so quickly and they were like you need to go to the hospital for tropical diseases. Because you're not doing so well. So they put us in a rickety ambulance like a wooden sort of a cuban style. Ambulance they take us to the hospital. It is a i mean. I'm sure all the facilities are fine but it looks like a hospital from a video game. where like we're like it's abandoned and the lights are flick green and there's no one else in the hospital and thank god in cuba. You can actually rent the hospital bed next you for your partner or at least as we did. So joel stayed with me the whole time. I was in the hospital which was four nights and i basically. Yeah i basically. There's no cure for dan guy so you're just taking Like hydration basically and our spanish was pretty good but it was a little bit of a miscommunication and this was also at the height of zeka. So i was like had no idea what i had or i was like on desk door. What was going on but it was pretty horrible and obviously i couldn't communicate with anybody anybody back home.

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"jules" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"jules" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"From there possibly Yeah exactly so. Yeah when we go to bali. We did a big trip to lombok last year. Which is the island next to. Bali got to explore that area. And then we'll do like little trips in between those places and yeah come and visit us from from the us and in bollywood there and yeah and then things will pop up like we got married in mexico last year and so we spent a month in mexico five weeks. Yeah so then. We got to explore a little bit of that and sub beautiful. Yeah what is it then for you guys you. You have your home base in these different places. You have bali. Do you have an apartment that you come back to you. Finding new places and then likewise australia and california where you have friends and family. Because i know a lot of people would love to do that. But they're like well you know. What do i do. Do i just have to go on airbnb and rent short term or is there a way that you found to do it in a manner. That's you know financially feasible as well. Obviously you have founded. So what is it. I guess is the is the question that stay flexible. Way of i guess. Sort of combination of so emory molly. We just usually rent a place. So apply industry old california move back for short-term anything under month we usually started that parents and we trump. we have a vein in the. Us's while traveling so van live Do have sitting. we find an subletting. So it's really just a sort of green combination between how much tom god when we want. Bay what we wanna do and say the last rays. It's nicely bain. While we've had a place we've lived in a vain we've done and we've lived with their parents so be unique combination of older songs. So yeah yeah. We pretty just have to be flexible and adoptable and willing to move around. Obviously it'd be great if we had you know house here house there that we could just you know how full-time but because we move around so much it doesn't make sense to have any really one homebase so we pretty much just doing short term rentals wherever we are and obviously. That's a for some people. Some people really wouldn't be happy without lifestyle like they like to have their stuff in their home and have their creature comforts. And you know what not but for us. We've traveled so much backpacking staying in hostels and things like that that to rent places even just for a few months at a time feels really long term for us like sometimes to write. My gosh. i've got my own place like this is totally. Yeah i started. We wouldn't appreciate the small things and yeah makes a small moments that even just having like a fridge stock full of the foods that you like and having the same bed night after night like those things whereas dudley a luxury and we really enjoy them but yeah we pretty much just have to be flexible and see what opportunities come up as jill said. We do how city in which has been really fun. And we've got some cooper -tunities to spend extended times in different cities that we may not normally spend time in so yeah just seen what pops up and going for it. How how foreign advance are you all usually planning like. Do you like to say oh. We're not always breaks down this way. But hey we have these kinds of three home bases and then we'll travel as well but we're always doing this season in australia. This season in california. This season in bali has that kind of been how it splashed out the last couple of years. Yeah i think so. Following the sun will definitely be some papal we love the beach and so usually spend saudia christmas inside the union strike. When it's some up. Then we go to bali off the rainy season. Comeback have summering in california or in the us. That's been good. Although this time we didn't we went to canada for the to try. Different is definitely not we'd to people and now we can cut back that we not because we spend too much trouble ran candidate navin in the dead of wounds and it was a different experience. But we won't repeat it to say that you've done it and then realize you didn't wanna you don't wanna do it again. Yeah i mean. That's not a bad triumvirate there between bali california and and australia if you like the beach and you like the summer i mean you pick and three of the three of the hot spots you guys mentioned living in a van so give us a little bit about what that's like because i don't know if i caught ya but you have a van like you have a van that you own that is parked in the us so when you come back you kind of use that as as your base. What's that like so we got a van and twenty seventeen and yeah we still own. It's on my parents house and it is not an instagram van. So a lot of people have like the gorgeous sprinters that are really tall and are totally decked out. Yes and deloitte. Yeah yeah pretty much. Like the manson's on wheels. Yeah we have a ninety two dodge. Ram beat up conversion van that we gutted and put in like a simple platform bed and little kitchen kind of area bookshelf and whatnot and it is. It feels like home. It's so cozy. Not the most photogenic van that you've ever seen on him because when you pull out the place de we look stupid crazy. So you don't have people hustling you bet on the inside. It's we've literally been in campgrounds like dispersed camping grounds and how people pull up one. Look at our van and turn right around. And they're like we don't want to stay with this creepy vange. What we're doing. We roll into places. Where a sketchy. Our school. To know that but i love it it keeps. It keeps any other people. Hopefully that's right. You're you're looking if anyone looks sketchy. Meanwhile it's like yeah. We're the ones like. We're the ones who look sketches. Chris but yeah it's been great. We've done some really great trips. Tesin seventeen we did a few national parks and explored like the western united states and then earlier. This year we went up to canada and did a really cool trip To jasper banff vancouver. So we've had some really fun trips but it's definitely more of a summer van. It survives the winter but kind of rolled in on fumes. At the end of it. It was pretty tired. So it's definitely more of like a california summer van. Gotcha nineteen ninety two man. You guys got a new van. I've got an eighty nine that that thing you to be by a couple of years and definitely creeper vibe. You're like oh these nasty. Blue curtains are still out to the allure. Pretty much it's it's mechanically it works. I mean about reviewing this phenomena doesn't work very well. The gas guy doesn't work the odometer. That's that's out so but mechanically things that runs. So that's that's that's been k. One of the things that you guys are big on a sustainable tourism as you mentioned. That's even how you all met when you were doing when you were doing some stuff in peru so tell us a little bit about because i think as you know as a recording this Hopefully when it comes out. Maybe kobe rear view mirror. But i highly doubt it But there has been a renewed focus. Fortunately on hey how can we make travel sustainable..

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"jules" Discussed on Marketing Spark

Marketing Spark

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"jules" Discussed on Marketing Spark

"I because that's how you're gonna get now that i before he warned deliverability One of the huge big insects. I had when i first started writing email. Copy was that Had i was just my attention with scattered everywhere. There wasn't an agenda. There wasn't one thing to focus on and what happens is that people go on tangents a lot when wrought eight miles so tell a story although one promote will more than one thing and people confused people Distracted so if you can keep the premise. When you start rodney email always asked the question. What's my objective. And that just makes it a lot clearer so go off on the side tangents and look as best. You can keep it to one court action in one link. 'cause we could spend an hour talking about. How do we struck her story. What's what are some decisive tactics. But if you can just focus on one thing one to action. If you feel like you're going off on a tangent ray read off you've finished out loud and that always helps. That's that's a good starting point for the content for deliverability. I say this a lot mark and it's really simple things. But i asked to my clients. Can you change this. And for some reason that at one too because it takes away from the branding but you look at the top. Email market is always in my inbox. And because i've got a plane a male a darn have social media buttons down the bottom that darn have a huge banner that darn have a whole bunch of images and links going everywhere. It's a really clean email like it's just come from a friend at. That's just what i've noticed. And when i say my name is generally hit the real inbox sometimes a hit the primary box but does my tips for content and deliverability as i mentioned earlier. Bb marketers have been levered gene content marketing and email marketing over the past year. So one of the things that i'm interested in is getting some guidance or advice on how do you marry the two. How do you leverage the power of content marketing which engages and educates and entertains with the distribution. Power of email marketing. What are best practices when it comes to getting those two things to work together. So when you're saying distribution like you want to sort of educate and give them some value but you also want to sell some as well. Is that what you're asking not so much selling. But the idea is that marketers put a lot of time and effort into creating high-quality content extensively high quality content allow. You could argue that. There's a lot of content that isn't high quality and they love her social media. Facebook linked in twitter to get the word out but email is still a great distribution vehicle to get content into people's hands what are the best practices about using mail for content marketing distribution to make sure that people see your email. See the content. You've actually produced a we could use the same principle that i use a lot of my sales emails and that's excitement that not fulfilment if that make sense you want to get people you wanna tell us people you wanna get them hot and heavy. Nick excited A great way to do these a using. John calton's bullets. If you haven't checked that out. He teaches how to write bullets. He's a really good copywriter. Energised absolutely as the crap out of someone who's interested in that context you man like some long emails sending someone to a blog pires or vcr or something that's of content. It's just a taste. The email shouldn't be longer than one hundred and fifty two hundred fifty words Maybe a little bit of a story how you discovered it and named bit cliffhanger on the end and that cliffhanger is click the link. Maybe talk a little bit about bullets..

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Victor Noir's Mysterious Erection

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:08 min | 2 years ago

Victor Noir's Mysterious Erection

"Year more than three million people visit the parish cemetery in paris it's home to hundreds of thousands of tombs. And you can buy a map directing you to all the graves of the cemetery. Most famous residents folks like the singer. Jim morrison and writers like oscar wilde and produced but among that list of celebrities and historical figures is a name that pretty much. No one will recognize but whose tomb attracts a lot of visitors. And i'm very certain kind of visitor with a very certain kind of neat. it's the tomb of victor noir. Victor nor was a journalist in paris in the eighteen hundreds and he didn't publish anything especially remarkable during a short lifetime and he probably would have been forgotten a history if it weren't for the fact that he was shot and killed by prince pierre. Bonaparte the nephew of napoleon that act triggered a wave of protests and led to the commissioning of a statue by the acclaimed. Sculptor jules delauro. But even that isn't really why people are visiting his grave today. The visit for more personal reasons and they aren't there for victor exactly. The statue that covers. Victor noirs grave depicts him laying down as if he had just been shot and that alone is kind of just. But then you notice a couple of other things. I the crotch of this statue has a bulge to it in second. The bulge is very very shiny. Though the statue was largely darkin discolored that particular part has been polished by the hands of countless win over the decades women who are drawn to the statue of victor nawar because rubbing it supposedly confers. Good luck in love and fertility. The full ritual involves kissing his lips rubbing the bulge and dropping a flower in his hat.

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"jules" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck

Storytelling with Puck

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"jules" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck

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"jules" Discussed on EDMlivesets & Podcasts

EDMlivesets & Podcasts

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"jules" Discussed on EDMlivesets & Podcasts

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"jules" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"jules" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Everything for one love over. Okay, Jules Davey, look. You can't really get Wait. You ever see those loving faces put to Cinco in Mr Manu l platter s must Musica..

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"jules" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"jules" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

"In my manhood. Because you understand in the train aspect to explain is just like is co that makes sense allison's there was this guy that was in the military in. He was like this super super masculine guy. He was like a in out. I like the greek organizations stops on that with me and he just had like this super mask are analogy. That i was sicne most dogs do they have. They have a level of masculinity who qudos have a level of masculinity that day performance was. I look you down. Yes i was attracted today. And i also didn't i had Astle had of transphobia ho. I didn't validate myself as a woman. Because i didn't have sex change so i said that he was a straight man so he likes the aaron so i stayed at says. I don't have one. You can have sex with assists women because at. I can't give you what you initially wanted. So you can do your deals. And i'll still be over here on the side a make sense but it makes it to me back then and i was like i will still be committed to you even though i can't give days and when i'm able to give this when i get a sex change in holland has to stop our. That was a high school. And i know exactly what you feel. That was me. Oh you got to have a girlfriend. You got to have a china. But he was here wearing his ally. Really trying to really get it and blah blah blah. That's what it was. And that's you can do these things but once i i i'm just not fully there. Yeah he he's not going to be able to accept me. I'm not. I'm not wearing when i wanted. This is what i wanted to have sex change. It's like. I gotta be complete for him for me to pull somebody like this. I think i've already pulled them. Though the great awakening for me was i used to think like okay. She or he don't like me. Because i don't have did or something like that when i'm times about a about they just don't like you is just. They don't like the type of man i They like is not because like if you were just like okay well would you. What a trans woman. They still here on light now so it really just is outrageous. Don't wanna day traits people ages dopp can't deal with the type of girl man. I mean yes guy or girl that you are like it is what it is. They don't have nothing. Do ask you even have a sex change in a still black. Not point for me to contending. I'd i had a sex-change talking to guys like well if the pussy is audited that you need the opportunity. I don't know you. We meet up through. If i have one do that. Change anything we don't listen to a post op girls who say girl. I'm still getting denied. Because i've got. The pussy was institute. All i thought they had like must i got the policy the in their girl. I'm like ciswomen but that's why you might as well just light which you guy why added if you wanna say chains for blade. I know me i'm not. I embrace the power. I guess power. Oh no hey. What i you know. I'm i you know i agree. Think you know. I think power bottoms lives matter. Shame of tom belay. You can take dig like that's actually a skill lay medic. It is sql especially when you can take the extremely big win out. Well i if you haven't watched the show. I know we gone everywhere in regards to the topic if you haven't watched. The show is the new. Season of euphoria starring emmy award winning than day and hunters shaffer. That is the new. This is her new role is our first roll ever and she's actually doing some really good acting. I thought she was really acting in doing really really good in the show. So check it out. It is episode to a special episode prior to the the season two premiere. So yeah check it out. It is amazing and we wanted to explore so yeah about it. Yeah so aztec mancha's playing as tag marches. Play word marshall's play. You can listen to us on i tunes and soundcloud makes you leave a review because.

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"jules" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"jules" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

"Were the those feelings ever make. You want to maybe de tradition or stop your hormones and because jules talks about stopping her hormones like i something about her i think is because she wanted the. I don't know if feels like in the episode. Feels like one of the reason why she wants to stop. The hormones is the motion analogy. That is she is experiencing with jewels. Like i mean with amrou. Like if i mean. One of the reasons is not the only reason It's close to close to one of the. But one of the one of the reasons why i wanted to stop hormone. Sg is because i saw very distinct difference in how i engaged with men and the idea of relationships how my mind worked in regards to when i was on hormones when i was not when we come when it comes to sex there was something about when i was in a relationship that i felt the need. When i was on my own that it was it was great because it made me feel more. I don't know it just made me feel more. Like i wanted to be in a relationship but when i was not on moans it made me feel like fuck these nervous and and there was something about being single that i needed that I needed that that disconnect. I needed that disconnect. Because it will if i had that emotionality while i was single it would it would continuously harming in the world that we live in as a trans woman. I can't be connected. I remember member. Carlos right yes yes right. So carlos is a piece of trade the me and mia both dealt with but.

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"jules" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"jules" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

"These two people is other characters but these are the two main people so because of covid for c. you know how has changed The filming industry in in regards to How they're able to film what type of scenes they're able to film because of covet Season two has started with them doing individual episodes with the two characters. That's how they're introducing Season two so it's really intimate with only a few characters or not going around and and you know like if it's if it was a regular show they would be shooting in this location shooting in this group of people. They actually are only shooting in these settings with only a few characters so one of the first episode was withdrew where she is with her been tour. She was with her. Alcoholics anonymous mentor and they are talking about sobriety and talking about addiction and talking about getting clean staying clean and in the other issues around drug use drug abuse. But that was on the first episode. The first injured intro to the to the season. Dow's ru but the second episode was of jules just by herself the trans girl and she is set in a therapy session with her and her therapist and i thought because this was such an amazing amazingly written episode. I thought well we that we should explore it because we talk about trans culture and this is a. This is a big moment because this is some good writing. He was like i was. I had gagged uncle stuck on a lotta that. They're bequest jane's in her responses to it. I own interest in with have fair. She start off talking about in. I wanna cough my mom's he kinda start along now album. Okay so we would shits like okay. I never watched it before those damn all right. 'cause i i've had a moment where i was like. I think sometimes as a young person transition like at a super young as you start to get doubt and i was at that stage because i started my transition. Socially eighteen is seen at nineteen. That's when i started medically in during that. Tom i realized that that's when sysmin start their manhood normally so i started my man like at the same time as a as assessment would in i had to compare my soul today that i'm sure they do a lot of things of what type of man they wanna be had outfit certain stereotypes. How are you going to just go do manhood really knowing the tools how to survive in navigating paint shark at least for me. It was that deep because still as rapper. Soon so is kinda just like okay like it was. Fear is so like i think maybe jews is may be failing that feel enough fear in doubt because of the things socially you may struggle with us. Amc but i haven't really watched it like besides that episode. So i'm kinda like that. Made me kinda wanna start for you. Officially molly wash the gills on. This is a unique Cinematography element of that. I thought was really really cool when it first. When the show first opened there was a song called liability by lords. Like the very first scene. All you see is jewish i and in her eyeball you see the reflection but it's really of what has happened to her through the whole season wine right. Y'all wouldn't know that. Because i didn't see season but in but when they zoom in her eye and that song is playing and if you listen to the lyrics that lyric is transgender experience even though i don't i lord is not who who song is. I don't think she's transgender. But the lyric When you put in the context of trans is really really true. It was really really on point. And i thought that was Cinematics brilliant to have. You know have zoomed in her. I from what she sees the reflection in her eyes of what has happened to her so far in the season i thought that was amazing. That was poetic And even in the beginning of the conversation as she talked about to heart there is. She talked about what she said her therapist. What she is. she's a reflection of what you just said. The she's her therapist. She said what you're seeing is a million layers of what i have grabbed and clung to and pulled from of what i think A woman is what i think femininity is and you know who i am. There's a person under all of that and so there's a that's who i really am and i have just pulled from these different things. And so she was she. She made the statement of i i was i was once i was trying to transition. I was trying to conquer femininity but somewhere along the way femininity conquered me and so what. You're talking about z. I see. I think a lot of us get engulfed in the idea of what we think. Feminine feminism is or will be think womanhood is where we think masculinity is or what we think. Manhood is Gender in gender as a hall. Where do we fit in this gender thing and only thing we have to pull from is what we see is what we see. We know that this is a social construct now but when we're growing up we don't have those kind of complex calm. You sound those those ideas. So we're just kind of going by what we see and i remember in my own experience and not just my own other people see. I remember when you first start coming out as a trans woman that your default usually not everybody but people that i knew your default was to be ultra sexy. Audra on alter you know just super super high thin. That's what it was always booth up to the moon. Should you got short shorts. It was always like a salacious. Just just a really overly sexual is sexual lives image that i usually try to give when i would go to the club. I'm always our especially when. I got some cities. Oh.

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"jules" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"jules" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

"Show euphoria so watch the first season. i didn't. Oh my god so. The first season was really really good so far season. Just introduce you to these two characters. The main character ru which is play by day and she has a relationship with a trans woman by the name of jewels. So they have a very codependent relationship. Jewels is big trying to find herself as a woman and rue is trying to get herself together with her addiction and is just as most tumultuous high High school relationship with these two people is other characters but these are the two main people so because of covid for c. you know how has changed The filming industry in in regards to How they're able to film what type of scenes they're able to film because of covet Season two has started with them doing individual episodes with the two characters. That's how they're introducing Season two so it's really intimate with only a few characters or not going around and and you know like if it's if it was a regular show they would be shooting in this location shooting in this group of people. They actually are only shooting in these settings with only a few characters so one of the first episode was withdrew where she is with her been tour. She was with her. Alcoholics anonymous mentor and they are talking about sobriety and talking about addiction and talking about getting clean staying clean and in the other issues around drug use drug abuse. But that was on the first episode. The first injured intro to the to the season. Dow's ru but the second episode was of jules just by herself the trans girl and she is set in a therapy session with her and her therapist and i thought because this was such an amazing amazingly written episode. I thought well we that we should explore it because we talk about trans culture and this is a. This is a big moment because this is some good writing. He was like i was. I had gagged uncle stuck on a lotta that. They're bequest jane's in her responses to it. I own interest in with have fair. She start off talking about in. I wanna cough my mom's he kinda start along now album. Okay so we would shits like okay. I never watched it before those damn all right. 'cause i i've had a moment where i was like. I think sometimes as a young person transition like at a super young as you start to get doubt and i was at that stage because i started my transition. Socially eighteen is seen at nineteen. That's when i started medically in during that. Tom i realized that that's when sysmin start their manhood normally so i started my man like at the same time as a as assessment would in i had to compare my soul today that i'm sure they do a lot of things of what type of man they wanna be had outfit certain stereotypes. How are you going to just go do manhood really knowing the tools how to survive in navigating paint shark at least for me. It was that deep because still as rapper. Soon so is kinda just like okay like it was. Fear is so like i think maybe jews is may be failing that feel enough fear in doubt because of the things socially you may struggle with us. Amc but i haven't really watched it like besides that episode. So i'm kinda like that. Made me kinda wanna start for you. Officially molly wash the gills on. This is a unique Cinematography element of that. I thought was really really cool when it first. When the show first opened there was a song called liability by lords. Like the very first scene. All you see is jewish i and in her eyeball you see the reflection but it's really of what has happened to her through the whole season wine right. Y'all wouldn't know that. Because i didn't see season but in but when they zoom in her eye and that song is playing and if you listen to the lyrics that lyric is transgender experience even though i don't i lord is not who who song is. I don't think she's transgender. But the lyric When you put in the context of trans is really really true. It was really really on point. And i thought that was Cinematics brilliant to have. You know have zoomed in her. I from what she sees the reflection in her eyes of what has happened to her so far in the season i thought that was amazing. That was poetic And even in the beginning of the conversation as she talked about to heart there is. She talked about what she said her therapist. What she is. she's a reflection of what you just said. The she's her therapist. She said what you're seeing is a million layers of what i have grabbed and clung to and pulled from of what i think A woman is what i think femininity is and you know who i am. There's a person under all of that and so there's a that's who i really am and i have just pulled from these different things. And so she was she. She made the statement of i i was i was once i was trying to transition. I was trying to conquer femininity but somewhere along the way femininity conquered me and so what. You're talking about z. I see. I think a lot of us get engulfed in the idea of what we think. Feminine feminism is or will be think womanhood is where we think masculinity is or what we think. Manhood is Gender in gender as a hall. Where do we fit in this gender thing and only thing we have to pull from is what we see is what we see. We know that this is a social construct now but when we're growing up we don't have those kind of complex calm. You sound those those ideas. So we're just kind of going by what we see and i remember in my own experience and not just my own other people see. I remember when you first start coming out as a trans woman that your default usually not everybody but people that i knew your default was to be ultra sexy. Audra on alter you know just super super high thin. That's what it was always booth up to the moon. Should you got short shorts. It was always like a salacious. Just just a really overly sexual is sexual lives image that i usually try to give when i would go to the club. I'm always our especially when. I got some cities. Oh.

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"jules" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"jules" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

"Not become a patriot. Why have you not you can donate as low as a dollar a month. It doesn't matter anything helps please do. I have to play sir mclaughlin and show you puppies. What do i have to do to resort to. Why people do to get you to give them money all right anyway. Thank you are and the patriots and paper about them back to show. We have had some great amazing amazing amazing Writing trends like there's been some trans stuff going on. There have been amazing. Particularly on the show euphoria so watch the first season. i didn't. Oh my god so. The first season was really really good so far season. Just introduce you to these two characters. The main character ru which is play by day and she has a relationship with a trans woman by the name of jewels. So they have a very codependent relationship. Jewels is big trying to find herself as a woman and rue is trying to get herself together with her addiction and is just as most tumultuous high High school relationship with these two people is other characters but these are the two main people so because of covid for c. you know how has changed The filming industry in in regards to How they're able to film what type of scenes they're able to film because of covet Season two has started with them doing individual episodes with the two characters. That's how they're introducing Season two so it's really intimate with only a few characters or not going around and and you know like if it's if it was a regular show they would be shooting in this location shooting in this group of people. They actually are only shooting in these settings with only a few characters so one of the first episode was withdrew where she is with her been tour. She was with her. Alcoholics anonymous mentor and they are talking about sobriety and talking about addiction and talking about getting clean staying clean and in the other issues around drug use drug abuse. But that was on the first episode. The first injured intro to the to the season. Dow's ru but the second episode was of jules just by herself the trans girl and she is set in a therapy session with her and her therapist and i thought because this was such an amazing amazingly written episode. I thought well we that we should explore it because we talk about trans culture and this is a. This is a big moment because this is some good writing. He was like i was. I had gagged uncle stuck on a lotta that. They're bequest jane's in her responses to it. I own interest in with have fair. She start off talking about in. I wanna cough my mom's he kinda start along now album. Okay so we would shits like okay. I never watched it before those damn all right. 'cause i i've had a moment where i was like. I think sometimes as a young person transition like at a super young as you start to get doubt and i was at that stage because i started my transition. Socially eighteen is seen at nineteen. That's when i started medically in during that. Tom i realized that that's when sysmin start their manhood normally so i started my man like at the same time as a as assessment would in i had to compare my soul today that i'm sure they do a lot of things of what type of man they wanna be had outfit certain stereotypes. How are you going to just go do manhood really knowing the tools how to survive in navigating paint shark at least for me. It was that deep because still as rapper. Soon so is kinda just like okay like it was. Fear is so like i think maybe jews is may be failing that feel enough fear in doubt because of the things socially you may struggle with us. Amc but i haven't really watched it like besides that episode. So i'm kinda like that. Made me kinda wanna start for you. Officially molly wash the gills on. This is a unique Cinematography element of that. I thought was really really cool when it first. When the show first opened there was a song called liability by lords. Like the very first scene. All you see is jewish i and in her eyeball you see the reflection but it's really of what has happened to her through the whole season wine right. Y'all wouldn't know that. Because i didn't see season but in but when they zoom in her eye and that song is playing and if you listen to the lyrics that lyric is transgender experience even though i don't i lord is not who who song is. I don't think she's transgender. But the lyric When you put in the context of trans is really really true. It was really really on point. And i thought that was Cinematics brilliant to have. You know have zoomed in her. I from what she sees the reflection in her eyes of what has happened to her so far in the season i thought that was amazing..

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"jules" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"jules" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Good Morning. America. This is the Cat's roundtable, trying Captain Keys here Sunday morning. Well, our country has to move on is no looking backwards. Only looking forwards and with us this morning is Jeremy quote Jeremy runs K to integrity. Que tu integrity does national and international investigations for companies for banks, and they investigate compliance, a monitor things for banks and then for large companies. Jeremy. Good morning. How are you? Good morning, John. I am great. And even better for being with you. Thanks for inviting me. Tell me Que tu integrity. Witch. Originally, if your father started and I remember your father dearly, Jules Jules Crowe started the Crow company that was so many, many years ago. On investigations of people wanna hire somebody Banks want to hire somebody would want to do business with They want to make sure the integrity and the honesty is within those people. So describe what exactly your company does sure. And I've been blessed at this point to be able to work with jewels my father for now, 26 years. First in the original Kroll business founded by Jules and my mother, Lynn and 1972, after he had just lost a bid to try to become the city councilman in Queens. Hey, ran on an anti corruption platform and lost to a man who's been in jail least twice since then. So as a former prosecutor under D a. Hogan And having worked for Bobby Kennedy. Jules really imbued. You know the core values in both the original business but now in K to integrity, which Together with an amazing team we've built over the last 10 years were over 400 professionals working around the world. It's an interest disciplinary team. John in the backgrounds come from everywhere. Ranging from the Treasury Department, the CIA intelligence services overseas. The field of accounting has spawned forensic and investigative accountants. We have a number of recovering lawyers who had either been prosecutors or worked in law firms. But increasingly, we've built out a technology focus because the were integrity matters and where there are questions of integrity, whether it's in a financial fraud, cyber crime or a compliance issue. That's where we are today as K two and we bring solutions. So you mentioned a number of areas of the business, but the bottom line is it's you need the experts. You have a steady heartbeat. Low blood pressure can solve crises and problems and support them with great technology. Because there's so much data and so much vulnerability in our in our networks and systems, you really need those high tech investigators and security folks to help Really reduce lower risk to do better in business. So bottom line is we're a private sector solution for public policy issues, and that's been in our DNA's for now, going on 50 years as a firm, you speak so fun be of your father in the starting goalie, business originally. And what you continue to do so, basically, if I was a company, and I want to the hiring new president or exactly vice president, I would call your company and say I want to know who this guy really is. Is that what the bottom line is? That's are really one of our bread and butter offerings and more and more often, thankfully, you know, it's not a guy. It's a gal. I want to know who this gal is and whether she's going to be an executive or a board member or an appointee on by a charity. It's what is the background and how is it going to align with my poor values of my company or my investment strategy? So it starts with that basic? Who is this person? What do they stand for? And are there any skeletons or risks or issues I need to be aware of before you know, make this final decision in hiring them are appointing them or investing with them. And, you know, people say Well, what can I just googled the eye? Because I don't think we'll be gives you all the information. Ah, you dig down to places that you dig, Dig Dig. I'll give you another. For instance, if if my daughter wanted to marry somebody of my do. My son wanted to marry somebody. I would call your company and say, Who is this guy? Oh, yeah way have had a number of those cases over the years. I counsel my clients our clients to say you're gonna hire us to dig up the past. Aren't even the president are. Are You sure you want to do that? And what if we find something? That concerns you. Are you ready to have that conversation with your son or your daughter? Or you may have a suspicion, and we may not be able to find something. How is that going to sit with you? So there's been There's been a number of cases where we've dug up some stuff, and it's created a awkward, difficult conversation for the father and the mother and the marriage never happened. Call that avoiding a bullet, or, you know it does create a rift between Parent and child, So I'm not gonna offer any more opinions on this type of deal. But having said that Google is a great start. For those of us who started doing research and analysis, intelligence or investigations in the 20th century. You used to go to court houses. They used to have filing systems and you have to deal with clerks two big deep and find the lawsuit. The lean the judgment of You know the the issue out there now. Our biggest challenge. John is how do we get our young analysts were coming out of college or grad school or other other areas of education community colleges and get them the right kind of skills. To be able to do more than just Google. But to do the hard core research and find those nuggets and whether it's an anti money laundering investigation and looking at lots of transactions, or it's a background check that have to start by being curious being relentless. And being dogged and that that's a that's those are traits that we really look for in our in our team, and you hire a lot of ex FBI agents, ex CIA agents except except forensic accountants that worked for big, big accounting companies, So you try to put it all together for your height. We really do the big shift from call it our Kroll, 1.0 and now now with K two, which is the 21st century answer to the risks that our clients faces. Yes, we have former intelligence or military law enforcement backgrounds. But a little over a year ago we.

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Biden unveils COVID-19 economic response plan and vows to speed up vaccinations

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

02:59 min | 2 years ago

Biden unveils COVID-19 economic response plan and vows to speed up vaccinations

"Jules well, President elect Joe Biden has announced plans for more economic relief and vaccine distribution. Baden said his $1.9 trillion plan, called the American Rescue plan is designed to spur further economic growth after the pandemic ends the return on these investments in jobs Racial equity. Prevent long term economic damage. The benefits will far surpass far surpassed the cost. Pandemic. A bill spends $400 billion for covert 19 management more than $1 trillion in direct relief spending and $440 billion for communities and businesses. This comes in it more than double the bipartisan bill approved last month and only slightly below the March 2020 cares Act. The rescue plan includes $350 billion for state and local governments. In the coming weeks Bod and will unveil a second broader jobs and economic recovery plan. This plan will also include money for longer term development goals, such as infrastructure and climate change. Well as we've been reporting, President elect Joe Biden isn't waiting for Inauguration Day to start work on the stimulus package. Let's get to Ed Baxter. In San Francisco. For more it. Yeah, it is. A $1.9 trillion packages we've said and is reporting will be broken in the two bills. First, the covert fight and that economic relief now this speech That we just heard was more broad stroke and saying rescue and recovery and saying he'll be laying out specific shortly. This was about tone and asking for unity. The correct course and meet our goal of 100 million shots at the end of my 1st 100 days is president This will be one of the most challenging operational efforts we have ever undertaken is a nation. We'll have to move heaven and earth. Get more people vaccinate to create more places for them to get vaccinated to mobilize more medical teams to get shots and people's arms. Increase vaccine supply. Get it out the doors fastest possible. Will also do everything we can Keep our educators and students safe. Safely reopen the majority of our K through eight schools. By the end of the 1st 100 days, As I say they have been releasing that some of the specific Senate Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer say it will pass quickly. There may be a couple of sticking points, though, innit s so this is what we know. Is there 20 billion on distribute? Excuse me. 20 billion on distribution. 50 billion on testing Also $15 minimum wage $2000 direct aid that includes the 600 that's already out there extends eviction and foreclosure moratorium requirement for employees to offer paid sick leave some day care money in it as well. Are Republicans have wanted liability protection for farmer and employers? They may want that in this, so there's still some debate to be had the Senate will be

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Riding with Farm Animals in Columbia, Taxi Accident in Rome, and Traveling in a Converted Van

Drive with Us Podcast

06:05 min | 3 years ago

Riding with Farm Animals in Columbia, Taxi Accident in Rome, and Traveling in a Converted Van

"I'm bob neat. And taraji and today's drivers are jewels and christine professional travelers content creators and podcasters. They've been on the road for over ten years exploring all the world has to offer and met while traveling impro- back in two thousand twelve working at a disaster relief nonprofit. They have been traveling together. Twenty four seven ever since along the way they started a travel blog called. Don't forget to move which over the years has become their fulltime job and now focuses on adventure travel and responsible tourism helping their audience. Experience the world in a more sustainable way. They also hosts a podcast nonstop bon voyage which is a comedic travel. Podcast where they talk about all things that can go wrong while on the road and today this shared with us some of those few things that went wrong while they were on the road such as having survived with farm animals in columbia and their adventures in their converted ban. Welcome deals and christine. Thanks so much for joining us today. Thank you so much for happiness having us so. I know you guys are big travelers. And i'm super excited to hear all your stories because i'm sure you have a really crazy ones from all the places you've been. Let's start with which one you think. Is the craziest driving story of them all. Oh we have definitely had a little crazy driving stories a lot of the time. It's not driving as self And the one that definitely comes to mind at the start would be al time. In northern colombia. Traveling at will play kabale. Bella which is pretty much a middle of norway pursuing. It's almost the northernmost point of south america and it's not a allowed to travelers go. They say it's kind of like the wild west of columbia so it's pretty far off the beaten track and even just to get it takes a bit of emission. He goes had couple of buses in a couple of different small mini vans. And then you finally get to a little place called arabia where you take you jump into a full and this is not your standard full by full. This is a four by four that has been so personally modified to have sate. Elise a dozen people in the back. Try like a pickup truck and the journey. There is four hours of bumping around in sloshing around in the mud depending on the season being crammed with about a dozen people into a full person seda and picking up a lot of livestock along the way like chickens and guards in all kinds of crazy things. So you are basically crammed in the back of this four by four with at least a dozen other people of course all locals. We were the only other travelers who went that far. I guess and then random animals start coming in so we had piglets on the floor. We had baby goats on the floor at a chicken on my lap at one stage. I think i had a baby on my lab. I wonder if we had a little baby. Sir whose baby was but there was a lot of south coming in and on our way back out was the same thing tons of livestock tons of animals just like feathers everywhere and we were leaving very early in the morning. It was maybe four. Am before it was even light out. And we were stopping at all of these farms in little houses along the way and we had some unexpected visitors strapped to the roof. We had three shoes. Desert tortoises will probably about six foot wide Honestly the biggest ever seen in my life and about five or six men were putting it on top of the roof. I don't know where it was going. The poll seeing but Yeah it was quite a wild ride. Yeah it was literally wild. Ride just filled with animals animal. The funny experience is that common for them to like four turtles or tortoise on the roof that he's definitely how i told us on the roof experienced but it is quite common for them to travel with livestock especially when you're traveling in rural areas in indigenous communities. Quite common for them to you. Know they got the coming from the local markets so they've got a chicken and it's tied up. They've got a guard or luke pig. Hug todd their fate name jumping the boss jump jumping the car and go back home. And that's fairly common. We they call it. Chicken buses in central america raisin. There's a lotta chickens on him. Where the animals with you for most of your trip or like how long were you with. The animals offset hotan. So this place. Here is is pretty oscillated. So this is a few rule. Sort of villages Affiliates little so to commune areas along the way but most of the people going from sort of point either point bay and they traveling with all that livestock eight a two they were bringing it back so yeah pretty much the whole four hours. We will sloshing around in the back of these full by four pickup truck with a whole bunch of animals and people just like one guy with a chicken. Walk it off but then one guy with tj can gets on so it's always balancing let made you choose to go there out of all the places since it's not a very typical worse destination executives and at that point we had spent probably Maybe a year in latin america. And we were just ready to get like pushed the boundaries. And get even far off the beaten track and just really wanted to go where we're not going to be surrounded by backpackers cause of knives and colombia and peru in those countries you kind of end up on the tourist trail and you just get stuck with me. No and it's great. You make a lot of friends that way. But you're kind of sick of just being surrounded by backpackers all the time. So we wanted to go somewhere where it's just all locals. We could really get to know the culture and just push boundaries basically and that seemed like the best option and it was an interesting experience. We're definitely the only travelers we saw their ended up sleeping in hammocks outside of this cabin thing in the wind and the rain and we just wayne in this hammocks is pretty intense but it was beautiful just super rugged pristine landscape out there right on the coast but still very desert and dry and yeah is really gorgeous and we'd heard that the junior was half the adventure and definitely was probably one of fiber journey stories that we tell because destination was out there. But you know we've been traveling for eight years ten years

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FTC and states sue Facebook, could force it to divest Instagram and WhatsApp

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:04 min | 3 years ago

FTC and states sue Facebook, could force it to divest Instagram and WhatsApp

"Its monopoly power. Federal antitrust officials, along with a coalition of states want the social media giant to be broken up here is Bloomberg's Naomi Nix. This is the Federal Trade Commission specifically highlighted. Facebook's purchase of what that instagram and in the lawsuit said it filed and part of what it's calling for is a potential unwinding or director of those companies by Facebook. That would be a significant Alteration of Facebook's business model on one of the growing parts of its company. And so that's really interesting. And what they're saying is these, which essentially looked around for the potential competitors rivals. And then just instead of competing against them, bought them off. So if Facebook were to be found by the FTC to a violated antitrust laws, the federal judge could order a break up Now that obviously is, Naomi just said would include the forced sale of both Instagram. And WhatsApp, Jules. Well. House Speaker Nancy

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Interview with Jules von Hep

The Emma Guns Show

06:37 min | 3 years ago

Interview with Jules von Hep

"Jews. On Hat. Welcome back to the PODCAST. How are you? Is So nice to be here. I feel like BMX gun show is like comfy lounge with the company. So a lovely wolves and the hold. Sherry every time I'm on this because I just feel great. That's exactly how I want you to fail. The cushions nicely. Or can fluff occasion very well. I had a moment on Sunday evening I was lying down watching TV and I thought note not having it and I just decided that the Sofa looked a bit flat. So I the cushions off had to stamp on some of them had to beat some of them are I'm talking about. The SOFA cushions as well as my beat the crap out of. I don't look great afterwards. I should say on the floor. Staring at it lovingly. His still no since. I don't to beat the air out of it with my behind. Thirty seconds in. I've never I've never served Sherry they maybe. I. Should have a buffet in the just in case you come around. I'm all about sheds all Chaz yet. Love it overlooked. Is it? It's sweet. Isn't it? Sweet uncle you get them dry is good. All Year round at. Huge says. It's really As a warm up, I liked him as a warrior shopping A. Well or even just a lunge before coming out just a little parents got this show of the rhetoric quick shares off the air. Do you mix it with anything. We just need room temperature chilled. Babak. If I'm lucky with the bear bikes but. I haven't had a drink in six weeks and then six maybe even longer and then the other night I decided to have a cafe patrol. Because I ended up my friends that's. My friend the next day always feel that good. This morning I had some cafe patrol last night and he said how many and I said two and a half shots. And went, oh, that's and I said well five technically to with double. I'm enjoying the hall. I know it was like. Over, do it. I'll just have a half of the last one, but it was very nice and I watched the Oprah. Mariah Carey interview I was sipping. What does seem a whole? Just described on your perfectly fluff safer. I know exactly but you are joining me before we go off on a major you joining me for an episode of Feel Good Habits, which is the franchise or the series only Magan show where I quiz my guess about the tips, strategies and techniques, they use to stop bad data heading into a bad week. Stop getting out of the bed the wrong side turning into ruining every day as whether your own those sorts of things and also. Let's face it. It can be a bit deeper and you are. Pure, joy. As a friend but also as somebody that I am lucky enough and I know lots of people lucky enough to engage with on the Internet viral instagram you just put out nothing but good thoughts. And feelings kid thank you. You know about I just I like living each day plus Ignited your knife is GonNa, come to a close I. Know that's so grim but I, liked to enjoy life and I think it's really important to try and use my platforms to spread joy and just biftek WanNa because life is tough it's hard work and actually it's just remember the beauty of life and it's to half feel-good smile and Laugh Day. That needs to be a t-shirt gills. I know I do actually need a PA to just stay with me at all times taking votes. That's a Hashtag. If you're available send Jesse. Rhonda she'd be. Efficient. I reckon would work in a chip here the weekends and I wouldn't have a problem with it. Oh, I actually. I had a craving fish and chips last night. How funny that you say that? It's the universe telling me to go up the road and get myself. Some cutting chip's GonNa have to talk source in the right. You gotTa have everything right to go with it. You can't just Have to prepare. I, think. Oh listen. This is a banal chippy Attica. Different show. All you need to know is plenty of salt plenty of vinegar and don't mess with them scraps. That's how it goes. Yes. Yeah. True. So I'm guessing you've got some flipping excellent feel good habits. So I think the first one I actually want to put down. It's not something that I've written but you jogged my memory now is a good habit is. When you get out of bed in the morning I, really truly believe that how you start your day will massively impact the rest of your day and I know that that's this very common Skill. If you make the bed those who make the bed, we'll have a more productive day on. It's something that I really try and disciplined myself in the moment I wake up I'll wake up and I'll stay on instagram and go through my DM's which for me is compartmentalized as an hour. Before out bed so then I have an hour after that and I make empty the dishwasher maybe claim a kitchen before dressed might do a little bit of a workout with something and then I, started my day right now what that does is it puts me on a really Positive, productive mental state of mind if I don't do one of those if I lie in bed if I mess Abou-. Than sometimes my diet can unravel and then it got straits with myself, and then I know that I I know that I can stop being mean and it's just not worth it. So feel good habit number wall I think his start your day rhines and from the moment you get up start doing nice things. So I'll combine actually with this other one I've written down is exercise has feel good habit.

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The Beauty Of Imperfect Travels With Christine And Jules

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

03:23 min | 3 years ago

The Beauty Of Imperfect Travels With Christine And Jules

"To the extra pack of peanuts travel podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more. While spending less I'm your host share share and joining me today are the half Ozzy half. American duo, you're going to get to tell by the accent who's who? who have roam the historic streets of Cuba bad elephants in. Thailand. Danced in one of the biggest music festivals in Europe and I've done something many of us. Maybe all of us listening have either done or dreamed of gorge themselves full of food in Italy Christine and jewels from don't forget to move dot com and this the not. So bon voyage podcast, which has a tagline which goes wrong on the road. So you know we're getting to miss out today guys you're saying. Thanks for joining me. Huge. Welcome. Yeah. Thank you so much for having us and which ones which. WHO's the? Ozzy. WHO's The American? Is Made. From California. Does the tear. Mine is worse than my ozzy accent is awful. Yeah. Okay. Switching roles you each have to do each other's accent for the entire show. Let's see Oh. Gosh. Give me a horrible. So you guys. I love the tagline. I love the idea behind saying, Hey, travel is not always glamorous magical thing in in fact when it's not glamorous, it's sometimes is magical in hindsight like that's one of the reasons we all like to travel. So we're going to get to like the mishaps and they'll out I'm sure as we go through. You guys actually met on the road correct like you your relationship butted while you were traveling. Yep. So obviously, we're from opposite sides of the world, but we met in South America in Peru, and we are both Solo backpacking in two thousand twelve. We're both just on our own trips doing our own thing and we happen to arrive at a nonprofit disaster-relief organization to volunteer. They're just a day apart from each other and we ended up volunteering together for about six months, and in that time, we just developed a friendship and relationship, and after that, we're like neither of US wanted to go home and live normal lives. So we just kept traveling together and how was eight years ago and we pretty much still traveling. But now right now. Yeah pretty much. Like for both of you was it the first check box like doesn't WanNa go home and live a normal life yes or no if they say, yes, they're into their out if they say no, then maybe we can make this work. But we had some similarities of the stout because we both traveling boom to we're both working prophets volunteering's will. And then when we talked about plans, we invite extremely vague about what we wanted to do and when we wanted to get high. Salaries now, well That's a good song. The it's interesting too because we were both so low backpackers and when you travel by yourself, you're very used to being able to do what you want when you want see what you want, and you're just like responsible for yourself and can choose what you WANNA. Do and then to bring another person into that mix and travel then as a couple kind of a whole different ballgame. So we had to both be down to just keep travelling and to give up that kind of individual freedom and be able to travel together and make that work and it worked because we're still together. and. Now we're married. Yeah

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Autopsies Show Inmates' Lungs Filling With Fluid As They're Executed

Morning Edition

03:36 min | 3 years ago

Autopsies Show Inmates' Lungs Filling With Fluid As They're Executed

"Today of the pain of lethal injection. This is a process the federal government plans to use to execute two inmates in a prison in Terre Haute, Indiana this week. Lethal injection is supposed to be a quick and painless death. Our colleagues it all things considered. Asked if it really is no one called well reported this story with a TC host, Elsa Chang. Hey, there. What were you looking for? S so we've been looking at the autopsies of inmates executed execution specifically excuse my lethal injections Physically, what's happening to the lungs was first tipped off that something might be going wrong with lungs a few years ago by a doctor in Atlanta named Jules if it had been reviewing some autopsies of inmates executed in Georgia, let's take a listen. I saw that instead of what I thought would be pristine findings instantaneous death have began to see a picture that was more consistent with a slower death. A death associated with suffering. What are you seeing was a severe form of something called pulmonary oedema on this is when lungs rapidly fill with fluid, which could make you feel like you're drowning or suffocating. And it's happening here because the massive dose of drugs that inmates receive is damaging the inside of the lungs, all of which is morally important to many people, because we'd like to think it's the society. We're not torturing people that they're being painlessly put to death. And now there's this evidence of something else. Where did that evidence take you? Yes. Oh, Doctors haven't had a handful of autopsies, but we want to see how prevalent this is across the board. So we filed a public records requests. We've got more than 300 autopsies of inmates killed by lethal injection from nine states spanning decades. Not all of them had date aboutthe lungs, But in the more than 200 that did we found pulmonary oedema in 84% of the cases. Now, lawyers are also bringing autopsies to federal courts around the country, claiming That the pain of pulmonary oedema amounts to cruel and unusual punishment. They say This explains why we've seen some inmates in recent years gasping for air and choking as they're being executed. Is it clear how much the inmates are feeling in those last moments of their lives? Right. That's the big question that the courts are tackling right now. Many doctors who are testifying have raised serious concerns about the drug states are using to try to anesthetized inmates. One drug that's been used in dozens of executions in recent years, isn't actually an anesthetic can't block pain is often used in hospitals to calm patients down before surgery. Another common drug that states use is an anesthetic, but it's not used in a way that guarantees the inmate warm, remain fully under for the duration of the execution. S O. Considering issues with both of these drugs doctors we spoke to say it's very likely. Many of these inmates could feel those suffocating effects of their lungs filling with fluid okay, so they could feel the effects what arguments or states making to defend lethal injection. Right s O the pushback. We've encountered our reporting of courses thes, and it's have been sentenced to death made us do involve pain. And, of course, many of the family members of the victims of these violent crimes do want justice to be done, regardless of how painful the execution will be. We went to Ohio to speak with a man named Norman Stout. He's 90 years old and his wife was murdered 36 years ago. It is only the bleeding hearts and have words that are involved in this discussion. Cruel and unusual punishment is laying out there in the cemetery, and I should point out that despite all the recent problems with lethal injection pulling does show that the majority of Americans still support the death penalty, and at the end of the day, Of course, it's up to the courts to decide whether or not lethal injection amounts to cruel and unusual punishment. But having autopsy evidence to consider during that process gives a much clearer picture of what lethal injection is actually doing the human body. Noah.

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UK economy in recession after 20.4% second quarter slump

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 years ago

UK economy in recession after 20.4% second quarter slump

"Britain's chancellor me she soon not has painted a bleak picture on the domestic economy ahead following the impact of could be nineteen or most business sectors Jules figures showed the economy has contracted by Rachael twenty point four percent in the second quarter of twenty twenty as a result of looked on the measures put in place to counter the corona virus pandemic this slump follows a two point two percent quarterly contraction in the first three months of the year Britain's chancellor we she soon knock who's told reporters the challenging period lies ahead I said that hard times were coming and today's figures show the whole time to hear hundreds of thousands of people have already lost their jobs and sadly many more well all the tough decisions can't be avoided soon not promises no one will be left without hope or opportunity Charles the end of this month London

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Oxford vaccine prompts protective immune response in human trials

John Williams

02:23 min | 3 years ago

Oxford vaccine prompts protective immune response in human trials

"Vaccines studies. And I get a lot of hope in my heart, and I just don't want you to crush him and just be kind if you need to. But there were rearing the results from trials involving three different Corona virus. Vaccines are there they're showing evidence now that the vaccines can produce the immuno response is in people. Human beings, not Lab rats or monkeys or anything like this, but in human beings, three that they know of here and you know, the CDC and the U. S. Medical officials are looking at that say Look, these air very promising and Could they possibly be out in a matter of months? So I kinda update us here on the whole vaccine Push. You know Oxford, they just published in Lancet. That's like getting all this press. You know, You know that time in pulp fiction in the movie when the Wolf is talking to our Jules and Vince and letting them know Let's not get too excited Boys and girls. Now that's that's sort of what this is, like, You know. I mean, more than 91% of volunteers that they injected produced an immune response against the throne of virus that lasted a month of more and more importantly, there were no bad side effects suffered and in addition to stimulate the immune system, these are all very positive things, obviously, but we still have a long way to go. And we talked about it gnaws even you know again. I still personally I have no experience knowledge, and I don't know anything. But I don't think they're anyone but you know what one of us in the audience gets vaccinated from a. You know, a corona virus vaccine this year on DH, then you know they have to talk about once they do get to market. The equitable distribution and who gets it first, and, you know, there's just so many things and red case that we still have to go through. You know the data that this Oxford study showed it showed that at the end by responses were greater, and people who had been given two doses of the vaccine, so I'm wondering, you know if it's setting the stage, perhaps that you have to get Ah, you know a vaccination and then sort of a boost a second dose of some point So I don't know. I don't know. I don't think we know the answer to anything yet, but certainly a It is good news. The 30,000 testing that we talked about eyes undergone now with Madonna. So you know, hopefully, several months we had we'd have Some results. And you know some good news. I

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Real Madrid win La Liga for 34th time

ESPN FC

04:14 min | 3 years ago

Real Madrid win La Liga for 34th time

"Madrid are champions. Champions of Lollygag for a thirty four time this after they defeat be a real two to one. We're joined by Julian Iran and GAB MARCATTI JEWELS I'll start with you Real Madrid at the beginning of the restart. We said it was very likely they would have to win every single game to overtake Barcelona. They've done it and they've done it so easily clinched the league match still to be played. You're right and winds of ten, and there were two points behind boss, not when restarted Lalita. What six weeks ago, something and then they were just unstoppable. They may maybe not always the most. Pleasant towards attacking wise, but so efficient in both boxes so solid defensively. This is the best remedy defense for for the last thirty years, and that was always the plan from Sudan. Is Priority to win our league this season. He promised it. He delivered it and he did it in a very different way than the other titles before that club this this one was built on being very strong, defensively, being very well organized playing as a team and then relying on Wednesday march the goal. Benzene has been fantastic all season. And the defense has been fantastic or season to Wayne Gordon Veyron and says almost at the bag, the two full as well they've been. They've been pretty special I think and on these eleven heightened for eleven title in two hundred nine again. That's one i. told every Nineteen Games. He's putting credible down I don't believe you're all Madrid. Have trailed since the restart. How impressed with their? Performance. have been very good and I think even when people will flag up certain games where they got the rub of the green with with severe and whatnot by I agree with Jules, you look beyond that this is almost another level of around Madrid. It's almost as if when you think about it. The GALACTICO era is well and truly over in the sense that. Korean bedroom is tastic as he was he. He's an Galactico type as much as he is. A warrior hard hat tight you go through the team beaten hazard for most of the season Gareth Bale once again missing in action, other Michigan's on the bench. except for Tony Crows MoD modern as well off the bench a lot of the time we saw a lot of rotation. We saw a lot of grit. We saw a lot of efficiency we saw. I think aside of of Sedan, who previously was seen as just kind of like a a man manager, a guy who didn't necessarily get to involve not screw things up and just let the players play. We saw a guy who is actually very actively coaching when the injured guys came back. You've worked in back in and I. Think in some ways this might be the most satisfying. Of the of the titles that that's it down as one. Jewel so much has been made in recent days. Officials VR helping out Real Madrid even with your Barcelona ways. Will you discredit that argument here? Think, they were the best team all season really since the loss against my. Tober, I they. They've been on another level really in terms of. The results of course the way they were playing. Pretty much everything they did was almost perfect, and even with the pandemic and break they can by flying. As we said with those ten Wayne's, there were so well prepared far better prepare than boss or not folks up. What both fitness wise and tactically as well and I think Don deserves it off great. See Dan priority because he still feels that it doesn't get the credit deserves and what he did before in the past, lally, gainfully seventeen of research I'm visiting in a row that people never praised him enough really sort of our, but you've got Chris overnight. All you've got wet players and you've got a team that was winning before own that kind of stuff and I. Think this one for him will always be very special because he did it. Maybe as we sit in a very different way, but also him as a as a man as manager was very different, and the personal that you especially without Christianity was very different, and I think he will you take? I think far more prides in in many ways to of one this one especially considering that remedy warning since two thousand seventeen. The would always have a very special taste for him this one.

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Knock and Announce

Criminal

05:20 min | 3 years ago

Knock and Announce

"In two thousand fourteen, a woman was pulled over by Myrtle beach police in Myrtle beach South Carolina. The woman was black and the police said they pulled over because of a tail light. They found a small amount of marijuana in her car and she was given the option to avoid charges if she told them where she got marijuana. As one officer later put it, she was asked quote who she knows. She, says she did know someone, but she didn't know his full name. She only knew him as Jules. My name is Julian bitten and right now. I'm in a Conway South Carolina. The police drove the woman to Julian Buttons apartment. They wired her with a hidden video camera and audio recorder, and then they gave her a hundred dollars and told her ass. Julian button to sell her marijuana. Julian is black and in two thousand fifteen. He was thirty years old. It was a friend of Mario de time girlfriend it was. She had some problems after father who died, so she had a medical discharge from the military. And she had asked me for some and I gave her some in first, and they told her to come back and buy from me, so that's what she did. The woman came out with what police recorded as approximately seven grams of marijuana. She'd done what the officers asked her to do, but something had gone wrong with the video recording. So they waited a few weeks, gave her hundred more dollars and drove her back to Julian Ben's house. What I didn't expect her to come back and buy. That was kind of strange that she came back and wanted to buy was like okay. We'll hear what that's not naming. are this ain't something is going become a habit? She would for her because I knew her situation I don't know I think I think she was pretty much more scared than anything when police stopped. If, they if she didn't give some if she didn't give a person gave. It's award that she was going to go to jail and Louis, her military benefits. On the second visit. The woman bought approximately eight grams. And there a video recording. This gave officers from the Fifteenth Circuit Drug Enforcement Unit probable cause to get a search warrant for Julian Ben's apartment. The Fifteenth Circuit Drug, enforcement. Unit pulls together. Officers for multiple police departments across Ori- and Georgetown counties in South Carolina. It stated intention is to create a multi jurisdictional multi-agency task force to address major drug enterprises. When you look at the operational plan, the Drug Enforcement Unit created for their search of Julian Buttons apartment. The first thing you see is their insignia. Large drawing of a skull and crossbones in front of a marijuana leaf. There's also a sword and a lightning bolt. Underneath that her a sort of motto. Serving Our community. One dealer at a time. I'm phoebe judge. This is criminal. Julian vet lived in a building with four apartments in Myrtle beach. On April sixteenth two thousand fifteen. Just before three o'clock in the afternoon, his next door neighbor Santos Garcia was outside working on his moped. Julie Ben was inside playing video games. Julian pause the game to go to the bathroom. And upon coming out of my bathroom, I hear, allow bone and I'm thinking my name upstairs. Neighborhood dropped something. That's all heard. Was it would okay? What are you doing? Upstairs was kind of a thought, but as I'm looking up getting ready to say that my aparicio's se objects coming at me in my living room. So, I'm trying to process de step back and reach for my gun because it was terrifying with the hell. Is this and I mean it was just a reflex. Be Reaching for my first first thing defense. Did you hear a knock debate. Announce themselves. No no, not at all. No. The next door neighbor cintos Garcia said that he'd been standing there and all of a sudden several cars appeared. He, said quote. A white car pulled up into my front yard. Right in front of me. One of the men who got out of it pointed a rifle directly at me. I was told to get down and I immediately did. I was five feet from Julian's front porch and door. Without stopping several of the men who had just arrived immediately went up into Julian's front porch and bastion his door. None of the men announced that they were police. no-one knocked on his door. No one waited any period of time for him to come to the door. And then Santos. Garcia said within two seconds of the men bashing Julian's door. I heard multiple gunshots that sounded like automatic weapons.

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Jules Feiffer On Writing Picture Book Sequel After Two Decades

The Book Review

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Jules Feiffer On Writing Picture Book Sequel After Two Decades

"We're here to talk specifically about your latest book, it's a picture book. It's called Smart George I WanNa talk about that and about many other things, but let's start with smart George, which is a a sequel of sorts to bark George, which was an earlier picture book that came out in Nineteen, ninety nine. What made you want to go back and revisit this dog well? I wanted to go back basically gross, essentially a year or two later because I love the character George I thought there was more to do with. It was never far from my mind as the years went by, and I had no look and coming up with the ideas that. Somehow George would would make a comeback because he. He was favorite characters. I thought I could do more with them and. Finally Twenty nine years later will actually took. Say, twenty seven, because it's twenty nine now, but couple of years ago I live on the east end of Long Island and I had to go into New York for something I really didn't want to do. I can no longer drive because of a condition with my eyes. So in the hired car, taking me into the cities or something I hated to do I, thought well I'm GonNa make something pleasant out of this trip I. Don't have a sequel George by the time we return. And so, that was my mission, and by the time we turned I had I had written the sequel. Excellent so for people that aren't familiar with George, and of course you really want to see George to understand him. Who is this character? Why did you want to go back to him? First of all, it was tempting the first place because it was the most accessible. My picture books I mean I've loved equally all my picture books, and I would that all of them had sold as well as judged. It but George was. A bestseller right from the beginning first of all, it was a great read. Aloud Book and people love to hear it read. You could recite it without going to the text. When I went to schools to speak to children and I love doing that I loved entertaining with George and George was also fun to draw. He was easy to draw in big bold strokes. It was the simplest drawing up to that point that I had done for kids. There was no downside

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What Cocaine Tells Us About Depression

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

What Cocaine Tells Us About Depression

"Today on sixty seconds side. What cocaine tells us about? Depression come starts now in this study in Cardoso and colleagues followed five hundred eighty five patients who appeared to have Yuna polar depression on the mini structured interview when they followed them up later after an average of years twelve percent had converted to bipolar disorder. The risk of conversion bipolar was three and a half times higher in those with a lifetime. History of cocaine use although they were careful to ensure that these new bipolar patients had mainly as our hypo mania during times of sobriety they admit that cocaine can cause persistent changes in the brain. That may mimic mania even during abstinence. The results are in line with prior studies. Which have found that even after rigorous testing every year one in twenty five people with depression convert the bipolar. The same rate they came up with and that substance abuse increases the risk for example. There's a large epidemiologic study where Jules xts and his colleagues found that co Morbidity Between Depression and Substance Use disorders was entirely explained by mixed features whether those mixed features occurred as part of full bipolar or a bipolar spectrum disorder like the Dsm five depression with mixed features people with bipolar disorder and substance abuse. More likely to present in a mixed state and more likely to respond to anti convulsants or atypical. Antipsychotic Stendhal

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Arsenal Crash Out of Europa League

ESPN FC

05:53 min | 3 years ago

Arsenal Crash Out of Europa League

"Kick things off in the League also against Olympiakos. What a dramatic ending to the game but also without one win in Greece. They didn't they make it through. However Olympia with council out in the second half of this game. See say with the go after avenue for what that would take us into extra-time a brilliant goal from Obama fantastic scissor-kick would make one one on the night two one on aggregate. That would be enough but then arriving in the last minute of extra time would score. That would see Olympia Costco through on the away. Goals robot away the late John Through family. And who you put your house on scoring. How did he puts it wide. Also out of the euro per league. We'll talk to the boys in the studio. And let's stop. Shall we Juliana wrong? Jules we know a big heart piece. Your heart isn't ps some of reserved for arsenal gutted. I think it's a tough nut to take forward the the author funds the of the way happened. Obviously with the the late Gore fall got goose and die by Obama young in the last minute of added time of extra time but also let's be honest. It was a poor performance. I think the attitude was no rights. They looked to be complacent. That no Sean Tiger. For the first one seventy five minutes of that game so in the end is the harsh defeat any Sahara eliminatation but also on the night tonight. There was just off the game too much. Who Do you blame more Stevia Pammy late missile David Lewis and he's defending? I think I think at the end of the day we'll mistakes as players and the players led from the mistakes and what dovid Louise didn't do. He didn't learn from his mistake with the first goal. Because you're in zone regardless of the opposition when the ball comes in your area you have to attack the ball. He didn't do it and didn't learn because the bulls flung again at the end of the game and he didn't attack it so at at an absolutely avid louise. It's an ongoing issue. Without defendants said pieces is a problem area for them and Wyoming end score is a great goal and even after all the struggles that you've had in this game he's gray goal and now you're through. All you have to see is the last two minutes of the match. And then that's it you're going to the next round. It wasn't pretty. It was it was. It must have been learning experience for us. And that's the way that I would have spun this whole story. But you're not able to defend properly said peace and then see you guys later take. Here's the other thing. I was here about Arsenal for whatever reason they thought that after winning the first game the first late one nothing that it was it was all done. That's the way they approach is game as if they had already advanced. The truth of the matter is that where arsenal is right now. They're not good enough to be complacent they're not good enough to like energy. They're not good enough to just be a team that is going to show up and you'll say now we just going to play around on. We'll see our way through to the next round. They're not good enough to be doing that. The players know that but the problem is that they cannot find any sort of consistency with their level of play. One day they look good the next day. They don't look so good one they look okay then the next day. Look what the one thing that they've been consistent about is poor defending set pieces Steve. I'll tell ya after the game. Lambasting his defense four goals conceded in last two matches from set pieces. Surely this is something you can work on in the training ground isn't it? I know that we talked about the personnel. The arsenal have and. It's not good enough but surely this is something you can actually physically help with. On a day to day train. You can work on the train and field all day every day seven days a week but if you have players who don't get it and they'll tell you they get but then they step on the field and continue to make the same mistakes and that's exactly what are still have been doing for the last two or three seasons defensively so the comes at time and I've been seeing all year long. The comes a time when it's not about the tactics or the coach. A suburb and Avid Louise. In particular has shown time and time again. He's making mistakes as a set of bike and it's cost and his team and until there's a change until Louise's moved that position and a better players and as you asked me you can walk all day long on an Infield but if you've got players who can't do the job isn't changing Joe's big picture. How big is this defeat for our so considering you up an argument was a great chance to qualify for the Champions League? Yes huge blow. Because of that obviously because that was maybe the easiest way because they can still finish fifth save city are buying for next. Season's Champions League they only four points behind but you would fancy that competition. So that's used blows so she's reforming ties went because he's a proper step back of why you've been trying to do and the resort. That been okay since he took over. There's been some improvement on the on. The field on the field going forward especially attacking wise defensively still issues and he has an address them well enough at the moment and avenue for him. It will be a setback and I think this issue tonight. Psychologically they go again on Monday night in the ETHICA. That's a hell of a tricky game away from home against a team that would have nothing to lose in a cup game in a hosted environments against the team that is playing really well in the lower leagues but also a team that would love that kept Gammon love trying to put more pressure on us on especially after tonight so the next few games will be very important for the where artists are trying to get his plays back on track for Monday. Night's

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