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"juliette" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Juliette's Ali and I'm Doug prisoner of the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studio in New York. We had weakness in the U. S equity market right now trading in the Pac Rim. Somewhat mixed. We have positivity and soul but weakness elsewhere. We'll take a closer look at that momentarily here on daybreak Asia Right now we're going to take a deeper dive into one of this hour's top business stories. Jules Well. The blackout that plunged Texas into chaos during an historic cold blast is easing, but the energy crisis that the outages spark continues. Joining us to discuss is Joe Carroll Bloomberg Houston bureau chief. So we know that a lot of this infrastructure wasn't designed to handle freezing conditions. We're starting to see some oil patches. The resume operations give us the latest Joe Yes. So in the Permian Basin, which is the biggest oilfield in the Western Hemisphere. Parts of it completely lost all their power. When this all started on Sunday night, they are back up in certain areas, and so both wells will begin to flow. Soon, but the task of restoring productions It's much much bigger than that. It's going to take a long time, in part because this has hasn't happened before, And so they're sort of. You know, the oil producers are learning as I go. Yeah, I'll bet him some big time Monday morning quarterback when this is all over, But talk to me a little bit about what's happening closer to where you are in Houston on the refining side of the equation. The refineries that you know there are some. There's some talk that they'll be restarting. Soon. Refinery started to take could take days or weeks, and it's It's an extremely fragile and dangerous process. And once again they're they're you know, they're in uncharted territory there so We'll see how it goes it tonight's Tonight's The in Houston Tonight is the big test of whether the power grid whether the power supply has been sort of rescued. We have another freeze coming. The sun just went down. Temperatures are dropping fast. The governor said today that there's enough generation capacity now alive in this state to supply everybody who has wires to their house. They just have to see if if the wires can handle it, so we have a freeze tonight. That's going to test the system. Another freeze tomorrow night, and after that we should the weather should should should become more mild. And speaking of the sun. How much did Sola help out here and trying to kind of ease Some of the crosses You know it wasn't a factor early on because it was cloudy for so many days. The sun came out today and much of the state and late yesterday on go, according to the folks who manage this thing, they said solar was it was a great help it It wasn't a massive factor, because just it's not big enough to sort of compete with, say, natural gas. But You know, if you if you live in anywhere in Texas, and you've been out of power since since Sunday night or Monday morning, you're glad for any any juice they could put in the system very quickly. Joe. What is this done to the political landscape in Texas in the conversation right around removing the state from the national power grid? You know, they have this this grid manager and it's It's an acronym s helicopter. And before you know Monday, no one except people who you know, industry keeps that ever even heard of this thing on their in charge of the wires. You know, if you think of the wires is like pipelines, he just carries the electricity people generate the electricity are separate entity in a separate industry, and so your grid manager, the cot Can't really tell them what to do. They could just make recommendations. But this is the freest of free markets when it comes to power in North America and Yeah. The downside of it is that, uh, sometimes things people lose and things go wrong. And so the governor today was really on the warpath in a way that I haven't seen it in his tenure, uh, calling for the CEO of her cot to to resign. He wants to totally dismantle the board and restructured. It's obscure if you don't live here, but it's astounding when you think about it because the governor's a Republican, and as I said, in the biggest free market state there is and to talk about this sort of government intervention is really surprising. Well, we have. There is even more of a reprieve for you. Also soon Thank you so much. Joe Carroll Bloomberg Houston Bureau chief joining us Let's head to Hong Kong now and get a market check with Brian Curtis. Brian Boy. He was good. That was interesting to listen to ya. 34 minutes past the hour here, Jules. Thanks very much. Well, we do have some light losses in the region today. The Nikkei's off about 4/10 of a percent. I'll get to some data there in a moment. I wanted to focus on the U. S, because right now, one of the things that's probably driving markets. The most in in terms of the equity market is his rising rates in the U. S. And it's having an impact on the equity rally on Dwight did have initial jobless claims that rose more than expect. We had yields up to as high as 1.32% pairing those gains, and now it 1.29% but as mentioned raids dictating a lot, rising real yields starting to weigh on the market. One of our bloggers yes, she has says that the general sentiment is that rates even if they're climbing if they are climbing because the economy's improving and not because of monetary tightening, then it's actually not a bad thing for equities. And Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen commented that the U. S. Could reach full employment in 2022 that raise some eyebrows that would normally imply a rate hike by then. But under the new average inflation framework, full employment is not a prelude a tightening. It's more about running inflation hot for a period of time now in terms of higher prices. We're not seeing that in Japan, although it seems that we've stopped falling assed badly is before January, Core consumer prices were minus 0.6% year on year. And that did match estimates. We also got some manufacturing data. Gee Boone Bank February Flash P M I A 50.6 so up over 50 good news there and that's better than the 49 8 we saw in January Dollar weaker. And right now we've got the dollar yen at one of 5 70. Let's get back to Jules. Thanks front. Well, NASA has perfectly landed the perseverance Rover for a mission on Mars. So let's get all the global news now. Yeah, exactly. Really likely landed this perseverance dead. What's all the latest? I'm sorry. I didn't mean to jump my cue in Mission Control JPL. I was so excited..
Can Trump be barred from holding federal office again?
"New proposal has been put in the mix to center Donald Trump and make sure that he can't hold public office again rather than an impeachment conviction. Let's get to Ed Baxter in San Francisco. Here's all the global news, ed. Yeah, Interesting. Juliette seems to hit about the medal. It comes from Democrats Senator time Tim Kaine, who says it may give the desired results. I'm very worried about going through this trial and having the punch line at the end being Trump acquitted again. That's why we put this alternative on the table. Meanwhile, the impeachment trial is scheduled for next week. Both sides have filed their briefs has predicted the new Trump defense team is focused on their contention that It is not constitutional convicted former president The prosecution says Trump was impeached before his term was over as well. Bloomberg's mark Nick Katz says they reject the incitement argument on its face. He cannot be blamed for inciting this riot that His language at this rally, do not in any way provoke this. And the other element that the defense I's gonna make is that this was preplanned evidence is coming out that you know this. This right didn't happen just on the spot when the president was Speaking near the capital that elements were planning this siege on the Capitol building long before that day. The trial is scheduled for next week.
Have You Given Up On Your Dreams
"Two one and we're back. Juliette is our sunday show. It is the last day of the month the last day of the month of twenty twenty one. We've we've made it through so far one eleven under the belt where to go right so far no new plagues or pandemics or alien visitations or anything else crazy like we experienced last year. I have one thing in articles as bad. I bet you do so. Listen they normal Normal sunday warning still applies. This is not normal podcast. Yes this is real estate coaching radio. Yes you're listening to the number one daily real estate podcast roasted agents the nation. And no. we're not gonna talk about real estate today and the reason that we do our sunday podcast is because we want to help you guys realize the importance of always expanding your thinking always expanding what you think about that way you basically. Don't you know frankly become mentally complacent and the best way to keep your thinking and your ability to think about new concepts. Elastic is to intentionally. Put your way yourself in the way of frankly things you never normally think about. And that's what jillian i've done for years and so we sort of gravitate towards the bizarre facts and figures about life in general and yeah helped its causes. If you do this at least once a week where you're going to maybe just listen to our podcast right. Maybe it's just listing. This sunday podcast. Maybe this is your little reprieve from reality. And that's certainly fine but you'll find when you go back to thinking about the normal things of life that you are you might see lien. Oh things or maybe hiding in the shadows before. Maybe you're going to see a different slight different. Twist on an idea. Some problem that has been lingering longtime time assault it all comes from basically keeping your thinking elastic. Julie i i know you have some articles. I don't have any articles. But i had this happened. Probably i don't know three or four times last week. Were talking to somebody. And they're in their forties fifties and they're using this term in one version of another. And i thought it was fascinating because i'm seeing this frequency of people believing that this is actually a thing and i wanted to address it so that people can realize that This particular topic. That i thought of is not something. That's a sort of mandatory right of growing old and passage of time and the rest of it. And that's this midlife crisis consalvi yes. Yeah and i've seen that happening a lot. And i don't know why i don't know where this is coming from and i think it's probably there's some obviously i bet you. There's some current thing is to do it like a google search search to find out what the current like zeitgeist is. Whether there's a bunch of people that are talking about this or somehow this is in the news or something because that's normally how these types of thought waves happen but this whole concept of a midlife crisis angelina. I've talked about this before. And we've actually searched it for the book that we just published well to june's ago but we didn't end up actually having the content and i don't know do we have anything in there about midlife crisis in mindset and all that on not no. I don't think we did either but we did research we did and i think we got the sleep piece in there but we didn't get the talking. There's a lot of stuff that the publisher didn't want us to put in. Because they thought it was too far out of our wheelhouse edited out and they're probably right but this this topic in particular interest me. Because well i mean i guess age wise. If i'm lucky midlife right and by that. I mean i have another fifty years left. You know if. I think julie's same way right. So but it doesn't interest me for the sake of basically my own self interest in interest me for the sake of the fact that a lot of people are socialized to believe that when they reach a certain age that they have to almost say Almost like a social imperative an expectation that you become complacent and i think that's fascinating. That people aren't introspective enough to realize that's completely volunteering and not even remotely relevant to the the life that we live now and it's all to you up right so i think that there was very you know a physiological thing that was happening the happens naturally all this when we get to the point where we're probably in her forties in our fifties where we do have the sort of lizard brain reaction to reality that. Maybe we don't have the same impetus that we did when we were younger. But i do think that this emotion is rooted in psychology. I'm sorry rooted in physiology right because in in when you research forest is quite fascinating that it wasn't until relatively modern times that humans lived as long as we do. That's right. I mean despite what you guys might believe from all the horrible news Especially regards to pandemic and whatnot. People are living longer and longer but it wasn't that long ago. I i bet you when our grandparents probably even our when our parents were born the twentieth. Probably not what it is. I think close. I wonder how far back in history it was. The average life was like fifty five or something and they had been all may have been sixteen hundred fifteen hundred zero. I mean we'd have more modern. I bet it was like mid eighteen hundreds right and so what we're seeing is a lot of people that like you do. I do believe that your body is Sort of has a trigger in it. That makes it. Think that a certain age or after had so many lifecycles. If you wanna be really nervous about it that it starts to actually feel some sense of l- old software that sort of you know some degradation and some level exactly and but the thing is is with modern medicine and certainly with frankly accessed information like we have now. We don't have to actually allow that sort of innate feeling of irrelevance to dominate the stance was stances. We taken life with regards to anything physicality you know anything.
"juliette" Discussed on KTRH
"To 45 on Juliette Hardy in the Gulf Coast, Wendell Defend 24 hour traffic Sent from Arcadia Race, John More Services 24 hour Weather Center. Time to check in with meteorologist Terry Smith. Lot of sunshine coming our way, Terry and for once, and we have to Heaven haven't had this so well above normal temperatures. Yeah, we are a little bit above normal, and it sounds like a A little bit of time outside in the sunshine and fresh air would do you good. Jimmy might pick up your spirits. It's such a beautiful day and a mild day and it's not going to last upper sixties to low seventies today. Cold front swings through tonight. So tomorrow expect to cooler afternoon. Sunny, breezy mid to upper fifties. The weekend looks good for any outdoor plans right on track for earlier the middle part of January. With the sunshine Saturday and Sunday. We're in the upper fifties to low sixties and Monday's even warmer anywhere from the load of upper sixties on Monday, right now is 45 your officials severe weather station these radio 7 40 ktrh. Your weather. Your commute Your Houston live everywhere. Tell your smart device this like ktrh on my heart radio. E came to grab in three years ago as an instructional assistant because of the flexibility and the benefits. Ultimately, I wanted to be a teacher and grab that made that possible through his tuition reimbursement program. Grafting is so special because of the kids we serve. There is nothing like seeing a student do things that didn't at first seem possible. You two can work at grabbed a visit grafting that orc backslash careers so learn more When you hear that hunger calling your name and you need to get open. Gotta find yourself a Brooks weather unit up whether Begin something good. Listen. It's so beautiful Mama. Soon they know halfway in between Gotta give me something before follow from the peoples in the hot found that old horse of yours and head home down to.
How to Choose an Instrument Approach, RH of Opposing Bases, Syringe Pilot Shares Details + GA News
"And welcomed aviation news talk show about general aviation with relevant news and flying tips for pilots and student pilots. To help keep you safe. I'm extra scott for our pilot skills topping today. We'll be talking about the factors you should consider when choosing instrument approach and air traffic controller r h of the opposing basis. Podcasts will be here to answer listener questions. And finally we'll talk with a newsmaker a young pilot who did something that made headlines around the world last week episode. One seventy one. We talked with andy chant about the sleek new petrol panther aircraft. So if you didn't hear that episode you may want to check it out and if aviation is talk. Podcast is new to you in whatever app. You're using to listen to us now. Just click on the subscribe button. So new episodes will download for free each week. I think you'll enjoy today's show and you won't want to miss future shows this week in the news. Real time. updates on special use airspace are coming to the cockpit. A student pilot selfie results force landing and an airport. Snowplow driver got in trouble at the reading pennsylvania. Airport all this more and the news starts now. From alpa dot org coming to the cockpit. Real time special. Use airspace updates real time status of military operation areas or moas and other types of special use airspace or s. You a into. The cockpit of aviators has been included in the national defense authorization. Act or indeed led by senator james inhofe of oklahoma chairman of the senate armed services committee and representative sam graves of missouri. The top republican on the house committee on transportation and infrastructure and a member of the house armed services committee a provision in the act was included that requires the faa and the department of defense to establish automated. Real-time broadcast similar to temporary flight restrictions dissemination on the real time status of emo as and restricted airspace. The aa an annual bill was passed in both the house and senate by overriding the president's veto making sixty consecutive years that it has become law the goal to improve operational safety and efficiency by transmitting directly into the cockpit the real time status of military training and other su as will result in enormous savings and environmental benefits robberies of private commercial and military aircraft a mitre corporation report developed in two thousand twelve documented the potential benefits of such a system according to the report quote overall approximate annual. Good weather flight savings in the national airspace system. Include fuel savings of one hundred million dollars distance savings of thirty million nautical miles flight. Time savings of ninety thousand hours and reduction of carbon dioxide emissions of three hundred million kilograms. Lp president mark baker said this really sets the course for faa and dod the use existing technology to ensure pilots have tools readily available in order to transmit this type of airspace. Safely and efficiently'' it's a game changer. For many pilots and insurers are warfighters. Continue to receive the training. They need and deserve from k. H. dot com. Which i believe is a houston television station. Pilot killed after jumping in a rolling plane that went airborne while doing maintenance. Faa says one person was killed when a small plane crashed in a residential area of galveston county according to authorities. According to the faa an unoccupied single engine plane began to move forward while maintenance work was being performed on the aircraft at scholes international airport in galveston. A pilot jumped in the plane at the faa says it rolled over chalks and became airborne plane went down in a residential area near the intersection of south railroad and mike avenue in hitchcock at about two pm the pilot has been identified as fifty year old austin stall of galveston. There were no passengers on the plane and other injuries reported plane went down near railroad tracks. The call someone is a nurse who lives near the crash site. She said she saw the plane flying very low before nosediving into the ground right in front of her house. And i think probably the key takeaway on this is that sometimes. It's probably better to let an airplane go. Even though you know that it's probably going to be damaged rather than try. And get into the airplane and injure or kill yourself from aviation safety dot. Net hawker eight hundred. Xp crashes during landing on runway one four at farmingdale republic airport in new york now one of our patriots mega supporters. Jim gold fussy gives ground instruction at republic. Airport notified me of the accident immediately after it happened. A raytheon hawker eight hundred. X p november four one to juliette alpha performing telling air flight t.f. Nine forty one suffered an accident during landing on runway one four at the farmington republic airport on long island. Both bins sustained minor injuries at twenty thirty two local time. The flight was cleared for an approach to runway one four. The tower controller reported wind calm and stated that the aircraft that landed five minutes prior at reported that the cloud base was at minimums.
A Chat With Juliette Burton
"I think the the idea that end of the calendar year might be mean the end of all of this is uncertainty and it would be lovely to think it were as it. Were going to adhere to End of the calendar year. But who knows what's going to happen. Yeah i guess. I was in the middle of my second. Uk national toll of that was funded by the council. When looked down on hits us nationally. I'd done three showers of Was my my fifth surly shire. I've told Toured new zealand twitter on the k. Before but i mean everyone. Everyone who i know in the comedy world. They think that their latest show is bess. Joe because he constantly try to strive to make it to be better investment besser. That's possible. I love comedy because you're constantly learning and growing and often every gigi kind of sit down and reassess right what went well. What kind prove on which was which is funny. Which bits do i need to work. Open caught with to flow a. I'm working on stage with audience. Making it really come alive and engage with them in the moment with that kind of vicious community compensation committee radios. And i already felt like this was my favorite show that i've ever done. It was certainly the funniest. The i feel like i've ever done We'd done three shows of it onto and then suddenly lockdown happened and another. Gosh i can't remember how many shows we had see cancel. But i will say do comedy select corporate events as well and if those sub me become sold for about the first month i i think i had asked of rights going straight backs of my therapy sessions from therapy for over twenty years. Now go straight back to all of the the inpatient treatments of like mealtimes eat well sleep well have good routine. Stay motivated have project. Stay stay creative. And the first month. I think i managed fairly well. But then as uncertainty continued and as the knock on effects of all of these different rearranged plans like the tool was originally rearranged awesome twenty twenty and then gradually some of those became virtual shows and then and the rest of them have just had to become sold in las vegas venues now facing the prospect of will ob and going to survive and then seeing all of my wonderful comedy powell's and insists powell's old venues that have meant so much to me over the years working in comedy. We have to invest not only our time our money and in getting better at it and guessing good enough to make it an actual viable career at the same time. Been sort of saying. Oh my friends. Chaves marriage and babies and make league no careers. My thing. my career is my thing. This year's been really hard. I've missed that community. I'm kind of the connection that you get with people when roller roomful of strangers and you're laughing at the same thing it. It's amazing feeling that is unlike any other And i don't feel alone when i'm laughing in a room full of people whether that's me on stage whether that i'm in the audience watching other people none of us have had this yesterday. I think some heart for moving forward but it some. It's it's trying. I've been trying to get creative in ways to find in ways to support myself and others around me in trying to look ahead with a bit more bit more I'm gonna stay rather than anything else. Because i think certainty is not something any of us going to have for a while. You should have been able to rework things from the show on new comex do some online stuff or have you decided to maybe postpone. It'll i'm i am afraid. I don't have it within me to postpone it. My i think for me comedies. A survival technique. Because for me my my mental illnesses is something that i really struggle with on a day-to-day basis. So if if i'm able to find a funny way of expressing whatever is going through whether that's a mental health thing or just a life thing or family single friend thing or criticizing. If i can find a funny way of making into a a joke or something. I can use in comedy routines. It's a way of me surviving. That that dog darkness in my mind and and being able to curate. My thoughts in a positive comedic way is survival technique and so this year i i did have a couple of moments thinking. I'm i going to do my friends. Were i wanted to say the phrase jumping ship but then notes that they are postponing as you say like that. They're not giving up comedy. But that just in order to survive that that changing to a completely different career for a while i have managed to get some virtual of had quite few lovely virtual gigs and in fact quite few of them have been a because of the mental health angle. Because we've had lots of things like the world mental health awareness week and a mental health day and They've been great. We'll sit on lots of virtual gigs on twitch and next up comedy and mixed bill nights a and they've been different if they've been. I've actually really enjoyed them. I've wanted to get more inventive. Like how to make it more of an active experience for the audience because comedy is an active experience for the audience. It's is. I said it was a conversation so every show that you do. When you're on stage it can go completely differently depending on the mood of the audience. All the way you all. What medication
BTS star gets army draft deferment
"That's PTS. This year, they became only the fourth group since the Beatles to simultaneously hold the top two spots on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Last year, BTS played concerts for 1.6 million fans grossing nearly $200 million. But until recently the band was about to lose a key member 28 year old Kim Sock Jin. Help me well, coming on those that come your bond between my tag out as a South Korean young man. I believe military service is a natural course. And as I've always said Will answer their country's call whenever it comes. That was Jin as he's known at a press conference on the release of their latest album. He and his fresh face bandmates command in adoring global following of million's known simply as the Army. When it comes to the South Korean Army. Gen chooses his words carefully any comment that sounds unpatriotic could derail a K pop star's career. Now Jin has a two year reprieve from the draft. Thanks in part to a lawmaker, John Young G. He argues that South Korea's 47 year old Military service Act was in need of an update. Just little thing into Juliette is paying a diligent and he says exemption should be extended to new professions and jobs best done by people in their teens or twenties. And that includes popular artists and cultural figures like BTS. This'll month join another lawmakers revised the country's military service Act, allowing major pop artists to defer enlistment age 30. Who is major will be determined by a presidential order. The new
Trump fires top cybersecurity official Chris Krebs
"So when it comes to election security it turns out. There's no job security. Trump's purges continue his. Latest is the ousting of chris. Cribs krebs was dhs security cyber security official. Who lost his job for contradicting trump's claims of a fraudulent and stolen election. In fact krebs said. It was the most secure election in american history. Join us a line for on this and other headlines is national security expert juliette kayem. She's an analyst at cnn forces secretary of the department of homeland security yourself in faculty chair the homeland security program at harvard. University's kennedy school of government. Hello juliet our you. We're great to talk to you. Great to talk to you both on zoom this time so we shouldn't have problems like we did last time. Good fingers crossed. So i'm heartened by. Chris crabs even though he just got fired by the press because he's he's was speaking truth to power in the classic sense saying that the there's not widespread fraud in this election. He did fire but his republican but at least he stood up to the president. Yes exactly and i think that's the way to view it. I know everyone so nervous. And you know we have a right to be. This is no way to treat a democracy or a peaceful transition of power but nonetheless The president is now just wildly searching for a narrative of how he how he loses which he's already lost and so that's every lawsuit he can bring. She's losing about thirty of them at a time. It is questioning the voting process and questioning the voting results and so Firing chris crabs who ran an office that was not only did heroic work in terms of supporting election and the election from foreign interference But also one. That was pushing back against disinformation That was coming out of the white house so that is a good thing. So chris i know chris is. Chris knew he was going to get fired. There's no one's crying here. This was this was someone who believed that. His role was for the united states and not for president. He did his job. The president is petty. chris's deputy quit Chris's the third in line. Who's running the office with someone who can't be fired easily. 'cause he's career and has been part of cybersecurity for while the president will soon discover how How hard it is to. You know to undermine the truth which was that. They did a successful job. So let me just say. This guy's unbelie not only speaking of truth to power around election day. Listen to this guy in october. It's almost like he knew what his boss. Donald trump is gonna say. Here is a krebs in october Talking about what might happen. Post november third patient. That's a lot of opportunity space for the bad guys. Whoever they are to come in and try to so chaos so doubt in the integrity of the process and remember attempts to de-legitimize. The election aren't going to stop on election day. How perfect is that. I mean described to a tee. Exactly what his boston right. So trump had one. Then you know then then no one would. No one be thinking about chris. Christopherson -ticipant either. That it was closed or the biden would win. And so here's the thing so trump's not sophisticated. I mean he's a bullet in china shop. You everyone wonders. If there's some master chess game going on. There's not. I mean he he he he only cares about himself and he's he's bringing us closer bringing us to on unreasonable ledges or cliffs than than need be but in the end. You know this is. Chris was ten steps ahead of him as well as the department in terms of the side in terms of defending the election and ultimately of course trump
"juliette" Discussed on Talking Junk
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"juliette" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast
"The most effective lady sheep is when you walking with people not in front of paypal. Sorry Fa may that's all about The. About the tame all being on the same page in relation to what we want to achieve at the end of the day. Now within the team, everyone takes different roles. And some of those roles can be more. over the other roles or more the driving safe than other roles. But so long as all of those roles complement each other and valued for what that role ease, then a narrow buying into whatever might be the visually for us why we used to what strategies will values are. Then that is thin effective and successfully sheep. On always tolkien about. People doing things. which may be not necessarily what you want to do, but which is really good for the success of the TAME. Ladyship is really about. People sharing with you in standing with you rather than you. Standing in front of them and telling them what they else too. Pure rule based compliance if the lowest form of. Off. Success. When people own the roles and you need to have the mitigate Biegel. Everyone in the organization designing the rules. Everybody is complying with the rules because I understand what's going on and what the value behind those rules. then. That successfully issue. That testing Juliette. Thank you so much for your time. This morning I've enjoyed hearing your story and your philosophy and what the firm is doing in terms of its social contract to the camper community, and I'm really excited to have you as a table host at the edge of leadership on conference. Some lucky people are gonNA, get the spend the day with you. So thank you so much. Thanks. So intact the change..
COVID-19 & the Medical Supply Crisis
"Marzan. Juliette. It's so great to have you on the dispatch. Thanks for being with me. We're glad to be here. Thank you so much. So you know in the piece that you guys wrote for the AP, which is just it's phenomenal and very detailed and seven months of reporting and so much work went into that Juliet I was hoping you could. help us understand a little bit of the process of your reporting. How did you begin and and how did you guys go about this massive subject I need. It really was one step at a time I. Mean it started when Martha we're looking around the country and we were seeing Cova. Spreading across the states and we were seeing reports of nurses, wearing garbage bags, and this advice to make your own mask or where abandon a- and we knew. That doctors and nurses didn't have what they need, but we didn't know why exactly and so we decided. Knowing that China had shut down because of Wuhan obviously manufacturing was shut down as well. We decided to look into import data to see. What's actually coming into the country? Because we knew that the majority of our medical supplies are made overseas and we it was stunning to realize that in March there were only a few shipments of medical grade ninety, five masks when we are seeing this demand, just go through the roof and we are seeing nurses and doctors pleading for protection. And so we really went from there and tried to figure out what the issues were far back they went, and so we really went administration by Administration to see who was waving the flag who was talking about supply chains who was warning about might happen in the case of pandemic, and so it brought back to h one n one but also we reviewed the Bulla after action report. You know we went through and tried to understand you know who was talking about this, and what we found was that supply chains are fragile but everyone knows that their fragile. was information that that people had and in order to fortify them, it just takes a lot and in our story. We spoke with former HHS secretary who said when the snake is not nipping at your ankles your focused on other things. And so for a long time, the US was focused on other things and then all of a sudden we found ourselves in a situation where people are dying and mass and the focus has now been shifted back onto this problem. Right I mean I was. You know how vivid it was. You all started our film was Sandy Oldfield. So you know broken supply chains have real life consequences and You know her story is one that will stick with anyone who watches it Martha talked to me about Sandy and that group of nurses that you guys met. Okay I, will start by saying. If I ever was sick. It would be that central Oldfield, who I would want at my side she sounded like an amazing nurse. Everybody Knew Sandy every lab x Ray the respiratory therapist. She always had a smile for them or a kind word for them. So these nurses in Fresno. Um. We're all exposed to Kobe. Positive. Haitian issue would tell us that she was going to go to work with no fear. That she knew that God was with turn he was going to protect her dozens were exposed. It was hard. Our morale was was pretty low We still weren't getting the PCP. On our on our unit, it was tough to feel safe. I. Even had made a commenter. I said just go to work shit like we have to that. We've already I mean, you don't just not show up you know and we're sick three were hospitalized and Sandra. Oldfield died from coded. She told me the dark is GonNa put me on a ventilator. I said we're going to be right here when you open your eyes. told her I loved her and. Got Was. The last spoke to her. None of them had adequate p. p.. They didn't have a ninety five masks because this patient was symptomatic and the hospital was conserving those and ninety five masks people on a Kobe. Ward. And they were demanding change at the time that they were being exposed on. Very. Scary situation for them very upsetting they you know they they were wondering whether it's really worth it to be a nurse. You know there's doctors or nurses who go into medicine and they wanted to like. Humanitarian Work in war zones, and then there's doctors and nurses who go into medicine and they WANNA provide care in their community and they're not looking for a big risky venture and. And yet KOGO pandemic has put them on the frontlines of some of the most dangerous situations. Medical experts ever have to get into.
WW2 Era Bomber [B-25] Crashes Near Stockton Airport
"World War Two era bomber a B twenty five crashes near Stockton Airport. And this is from ABC ten dot. COM Stockton. California World War. Two era bomber crashed about five miles away from Stockton Metroplitan. Airport on Saturday night San Joaquin County sheriff's officials said Sheriff's officials said the pilot tried to land and a field before striking a ditch the plane received significant damage in the crash officials said, three people were on board the plane to receive non life threatening injuries while another person was able to walk away. Fine the fine the two injured occupants were transported to the local hospital. NTSB and F. A. A. Officials will take over the investigation into why the plane crashed. And we have some audio and let me set this up a little bit from live ATC dot net when they're traveling on these these old warbirds warbirds. They usually have like a chase airplane somewhere following them for support and such, and in this case, it's a bonanza. The the the be twenty five started in Chino and flew up to northern California stopped at the nut tree vacaville airport for a bit, and then took off again and was heading over to stockton to have some repairs done to the airplane. There's A. Depiction of the of the flight, the latter part of the flight to nut tree in Vacaville, and then over the Stockton, and then after the repair work is going to be accomplished remains work whatever it was. They were GONNA do at Stockton they're going to return to the east coast where it's based. and. Let's see. So let's play a little bit of the live ATC video. Audio and again, you'll hear the bonanza flight. That'll be the first thing you here and then you'll well as the only thing you'll hear and then the. Conversation with air traffic. Control. And Five for. This house was. Hurt another aircraft on have had mentioned barriers end up in a real you have A. Four six Charlie on your. Show. Costs on my radar. because. Go beyond. Their. Back. 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There's the. Exciting. audio there in the chase plane. Giving the information thankfully. The chase plane was out there and was able to locate. The be twenty five in help direct emergency services to the location another your news reports say. The injuries are not life threatening. I don't know if you call it minor or not. It depends on. Report you're looking at here. Bet. The third occupant was not injured. I'm hoping that it looks like. By the way if you have a link to this in the show notes. One Brown the Block Leo. Channel did. A really nice video of this and he has got a lot of interesting information about the airplane and the fact that had just returned. Remember we talked about earlier show the World War, two era bombers or aircraft that were on the Essex L. HD navy ship that was heading over to Hawaii. To Commemorate the seventy fifth anniversary of the end of World War Two and Hawaii It had just that was one of the airplanes they. Put It on a crane and put it on the the deck of the L. HD and it sailed over to Hawaii. They did the comeback. So basically, this is all glories getting ready to return all the way to its home on the East Coast and. let's say the. So he had some other interesting photos of where the be twenty five ended up in a ploughed field, and if it hadn't been for that irrigation ditch it would have been a much better. Outcome and does you know it still doesn't look like there's a Well I. Guess. If you're looking at the engines that were torn off against the damage is quite extensive on the engines but I'm hoping what I'm trying to say is I hope that they'll be able to. Scrap the thing completely, it'll be able to fix it but I don't know. It's great. History. Escape. Doesn't I. Mean. There are people out there who are willing to build a new aircraft will build well, two aircraft. A very small amount some the this is a complete more or less So I'm sure that somebody in who who has got the money and there are plenty of people out there who loves this sort of thing Bail to fund it, but it's just a it's just a tragic. Result
Evofem To Launch On-Demand Contraceptive
"Today we're GonNa talk about a company that is trying to commercialize a female contraceptive and the company's called Yvo FEM and their product is called sexy and it's going to be launched actually in the next few days. So I wanNA talk about them as the main story, and then we're going to start with some updates from Gilead O'Donnell as well as bio Merrin and actually we got some news from Amarin today that I'm GonNa touch on just very very briefly because I haven't. Totally incorporated it into my portfolio yet, but we did see some dramatic news from them. So with that, let's get going and the first thing I want to talk about is the Gilead, news that we heard and what we found out is that they were issued a complete response letter for the approval of Phil God's Nib, which was their treatment for rheumatoid arthritis. So, this is a bit of a surprise I would say and Phil God was going to be something that replaces revenue streams that are slowly starting to fall off a patent for Gilliat and they're gonNA start to feel that in the form of loss of revenue and forgotten it was kind of shoe into get approved by the FDA issued them this complete response letter saying that they will not approve the drug unless certain conditions are met and usually when companies receive Sierra L. either it's unconditional in the sense that they don't have any recourse or it has conditions on it and hear what we. Found out that the FDA wanted more data from their face, three Manta and Manta Ray studies before completing its reviewed, the NBA and they're specifically concerned about issues in male sex organs. So Gilead is going to have to provide this data, the FDA before they will approve it, and it looks like from what I looked very briefly on the clinical trials dot Gov site is that the primary completion date isn't until early twenty, twenty one where they final completion date of twenty, twenty four. Now Juliette is pre savvy. So I feel like they'll be able to eventually overcome these hurdles once they provide some data. So I. don't see it being long long-term hindrance of the company, but we've seen the stock get hammered pretty hard since the glory days of remedy severe and in general has been kind of slow to adopt new therapies to their pipeline in order to maintain that growth that people expect. So hopefully, with the approval of Fil gone, they'll be able to replace those drugs that are falling off of patent and be able to maintain their value that way. But personally no position for me from Gilead but I thought it was interesting to point this APP. Nasr Company. I WanNa talk about is by Merrin, and they are trading at a fourteen billion dollar market cap now, and they were also issued a complete response letter for Rock Avian and this was their hemophilia, a gene therapy and I've touched on Hemophilia A and. A number of different videos but I haven't touched the topic in a while. I did notice the CRO though and it's interesting because the conditions that the FDA wanted in order to approve the drug was evidence from two years of data for its ongoing phase three trial to support the durability of the gene therapy. So this is obviously kind of rough for the company because the bar is rarely set this high for other companies that two year window of therapy is going to be maintained. This has me questioning the gene therapy space as a whole that you know other companies that have invested in say route Jenex bio if they're going to have to show two years of data to show that it is a Gerbil effect, this obviously plays into the models and delays the time at which it's GonNa take for them to get revenue. So kind of. makes. Me Nervous about the gene therapy space but you know different diseases seem to have different thresholds for what the FDA wants and it's tough to predict. So thought it was worth bringing up and just for those who are actually following by man, their last phase three patient will complete two years of follow up in November twenty, twenty, one, serve you're expecting revenue from this drug. Now you're GonNa have to wait until twenty, twenty two proudly see any revenue. So that's a disappointment even though the drug does help us significant number of patients. All right. Moving on I WANNA touch on otani therapeutics ticker symbol od T, and they're trading now at around five hundred, seventy, four, million dollar market cap for those that don't remember I, touched on this a while ago they were short candidate that I had once I seemed like they had a run up in the stock for no obvious reason, and then I sold it off in anticipation of run up to this event that we just saw news to, and they're commercializing a tax seen that is given orally. So right now has to be given IV in a lot of complications surrounding that a lot of hurdles that patients he'd go through to get this. Treatment and it's Kinda tedious. So if he can come up with an oral version, it would be much better for patients and that's what Oh Donald Trump do here. So what we heard is that their face three contessa trial achieved primary endpoint and what they were looking at is test attacks will their drug plus bean compared to just capital being alone, and the results showed that the progression free survival was significantly better in the tax will plus Kapustin group rather than just cap aside to being alone nine point eight months versus six point nine months with a hazard ratio of zero point seven to just pretty good and value point zero, zero three.
"juliette" Discussed on Help'n'Trade podcast
"Helping trade podcast where we give space, enterpreneurs and there startups. My guess is Juliet who is an entrepreneur here in Basel and I actually met Juliet previously toastmasters. Suggest as me to welcome Juliet on a podcast, because there could be an interesting guest to inspire others towards entrepreneurship, and so here we are Julia. If you don't mind, I would like to introduce yourself, so please is yours. Thank you so. I'm Juliet and as I said I'm a portrait photographer and I've gotten into this maybe five years ago I, originally developed websites and the clients that came to me. Mostly you know women, my age or younger bit older, and they also needed imagery for their website, so I started getting back into photography, because that was what I'm interested from the start when I just finished school. That's what I wanted to do, but somehow I got off track. Anyhow I help them get images for their websites and I realized they also need portrait's so I was taking their portrait's when I got really more involved. And I wanted to develop the skill and really honing on it. Did you have to study food? Courses become professional portrait photographer. Absolutely yeah I. Mean that's a whole different Jarrah than just you know other. Other types of photography, and as every genre, you really have to learn. It learned the skill you learn about the lighting on the face. You know what the differences are at first. I couldn't really distinguish between the shadows on the face and under the chain, and all that and it's very important that you understand that and you learn the skills of lighting. Yes, and in the beginning I was also so fascinated that you could do this natural light. That's all I wanted to do because. To me, that's heavenly to take real light and work with it when. When you have nice window like for instance outside it's can be a little more tricky, but. If you have a really big window. There's a lot that can be done and so your clientele gentlemen or ladies, Ladies and gentlemen. Do. Have a preference to they want to specifically say I want to have a picture should take it outside or you being the one who is driving the place of being taking the photography. Well, some clients do actually they have a preference. They want to be taken in a certain environment, and that's totally fine. We work with it. With whatever options that we have? You know most people when they come to be. They really don't know they're so nervous. Like everyone hates being front of in front of the camera, they dread it actually. There's no time ideal time to do it because you would have to get a haircut before or lose pounds or game pounds, whatever there's never a perfect moment, and then it's my job to understand that when people come, they're not really comfortable at all. And then what I do is i. talked to them I figure out why they want the image. And for what purpose? If it's a website, it's they're very other restrictions. Or challenges, but I try to understand what they're really looking for. And when I get ten, though I also better understand how they see themselves, and it's really interesting that most people would just come right up to you and tell you what they don't like about themselves, and then you. Can you know take that into consideration? That going back again to to your clientele, you'll mentioning ladies being the focus of your clientele. It's mostly women of certain H above thirty. If I remember well above thirty forty. comes. Why it's because. I learned the skill of taking portraits of women, especially because they see the world differently mostly than men, they look at themselves differently than men look at themselves and knowing what is hard to accept about aging, or you know how an image can be flattering or unflattering makes all the difference so I. Understand that the older you get, the more wrinkles or the more things. Things you have that, you think are not popular especially when you have a business, it's might sound ridiculous, but we all try to look ideal and pleasant, and there is a special way to photograph in a way that is more flattering than other ways, and this is not only for women I must say it's totally for men as well, but men are probably not. Discriminating or they don't. It doesn't matter that much to them. Until they see the difference. My experience so far we've professional photographers was too. I completely entrusted myself into their hands, and every time when I saw the result I was really happy with except maybe one time. That's good well with women I think it's another case, because usually they're very unhappy. You know it takes them longer to get an image that they're really happy with. Jess, but the means also as a professional photographer. I assume you're doing hundreds of pictures during session I do take high-volume. Yes, you take the photography. That's the core business that you that you do. Do, also something, as for example are- imaginary of the photography bringing some online. Here's some digital tools to extend the life for example of photography itself or it's. Purely you take picture and that's the product, besides of course all the work before it. It really depends right now. I'm working on projects with two other people, a body language expert in art historian, and consultant and together we have a project where we help. People develop an image concept for their business, so they might want a portrait of himself or a representation of their business, and to have a concept and generate an idea. That's what we want to do together and this. This is totally fascinating because we this is a full day workshop, we go to a museum and we look at the images there and people in the portrait's, and we started their body language, and the symbolic meaning of certain ways that they are post, and then we take creative ideas from the museum, and then in the afternoon we work together on building your own concept for business photography. Fascinating because I understand little about but language, or for example, the power of the war is not my expertise, but I'm certainly aware of that, for example, certain power poses which people can do, which shock, strength or dominance for example I'm just assuming that if I was an entrepreneur, and you're the one taking picture of me, based on the concept, which you just described I would probably aim for something as powerful pose. That would signify that I have my enterpreneurship. My hands and I'm very much empowered by it. Is there a chance that at the end of the day? All the man they're going to have the same kind of a picture. Essentially beating themselves into the older ladies, we'll have very flattering picture or is going to be more variety and. Well there is a tendency yes, we know we have different body language, women and men, but it's.
Two New Movies Exploring Mother-Daughter-Granddaughter Relationships Reviewed
"New movies, a French drama, tea and an Australian thriller Center on fraud. Mother daughter granddaughter relationships in the French film the truth, The characters can't agree on where the truth lies. Our critic Bob Mondello says that puts the film way ahead of Thehunt horror movie characters in relic. Kay and her college age daughter are on a rescue mission in relic to grandmother's house. They go after a call alerts them that no one's seen her in a few days. Mom K, played by Emily Mortimer is concerned that grand might be slipping mentally, the House suggests as much post it note reminders everywhere. Serious clutter mold on walls, a bowl of rotting fruit. A police search turns up nothing. And then, With what? Never posted night. Take them to my house. I could decorate it. However, I want mothers and daughters struggling to help one another. As memories fade and then inescapable. Fate looms ever larger. In the drama T the truth. The tensions are far lighter, if no less heartfelt when a screenwriter played by Juliette Binoche arrives with family to visit her mother Ibn, one of France's most celebrated movie stars. Cancel it. Yes, even though there is a prison just behind Fabian, The celebrated movie star who lives in this castle is played by Katherine Dinner, arguably France's most celebrated movie star. And the film delights in playing with that, casting the nerves reputation as an imperious, slightly distant film icon recycled for the part of Ben OSHA's Imperia, slightly distant mother, who has written a memoir titled La Very Tae. The Truth. You know, Sh, armed with copious notes, bristles that much of what Fabian has written. Never happened. Not wanted me, Aviva. Thanks. You're using post its marvels Fabian before protesting. I'm an actress. I won't tell the naked truth As it happened. She rarely even tells the fully clothed truth, But that's where they're fun lies. Director Hirokazu Kore Hiedeh, working for the first time in a language other than his native Japanese plays with all manner of truths in love every day from Fabian explaining to the grand daughter who needs her to be a witch. Yes, she does have magical powers. I heat logic to this ground Damn of French cinema getting stage fright on a sci fi film set. Then conjuring and acted truth. That's kind of breathtaking. You're invited to conflate the character of Fabian with dinner of herself, and it's clear that the star whose middle name is Fabian, Let's note is having fun blurring those lines. Korea has even provided a plot point that centers on the signature dress black with white collar and cuffs. The din of war in Belle de jour 53 years ago, all in the service of a story in the truth about family and filmmaking, mothers and daughters memory and the comforting fictions. We think we remember I'm
'The Truth' Released In Theaters, On Demand After COVID-19 Delay
"The truth, starring Catherine Deneuve and Juliette Binoche was set to be released in March. But it was delayed until now because of the Corona virus. It opens this weekend in select theaters and on demand.
Asian stocks up on hopes for vaccine and economies reopening
"Thanks in Asia stocks posted their biggest gain in more than three weeks we get the recap from Bloomberg's Juliette Sally in Singapore good morning I think hard Estrellita Japanese stocks closed at their highest levels in ten weeks on the vaccine hopes but softbank shares came under pressure in Tokyo as the company closed in on a deal to sell about twenty billion dollars of it still can T. mobile China's CSI three hundred up eight tenths of one percent south Korea's KOSPI up more than two percent airline stocks in Seoul receiving a boost as plane travel creeps back with bubble cardinals in currencies the Indonesian rupiah strengthened after the central bank may cut rates to four point two five percent well the Taiwan dollar snapped its longest losing streak in six weeks and India's replaced up to three days of losses as the dollar weakened amid the risk on
"juliette" Discussed on "Diary of an Unemployed Actor"
"Breed with the knobs as well just live like if something goes wrong e-p-o-c-h fee like I've broken glass and stage before and that was fun it was series of short plays in one of the place but also in between each blade changing fully music as well as Scott seeing end using household utensils to make music percussion things like that and I had around McCain unroll I was just like it in an and smashed everywhere. Who Roy Stage? So they're not scouting then went backstage. A broom came out made the room into music using the glass and then go to class. It's going to get caught. This is GonNa be my phone from my head when I and my head so you don't move breathe whereas filming right because I owed from wartime any makeup or it's quite nice and I think it is almost less pressure that way but if you then keep cooks in when you're filming obviously that would affect your future CIANCI's Opportunities to that visit the risk. Max then I don't have a preference. Look the drama theatre. Think we own. The hottest bitten fill is when people don't have log stamina is filming. People don't realize how low intakes goes okay. He's a three minute will be done in three hours. No that's like eighteen in to be on top of each time to stay awake and stay focused of noise so many people struggle with and that's when we get snarky with each other is you have to not a faster heart thing. Yeah no I agree it. It's funny talking to people that are like. Oh Yeah in actor. That'd be fine and they don't realize it no you're showing up sometimes before it's led out. You're there all day long until it's dark again and you need to be able to just snap into it also so I if you told them this time you're going to get in question. Bright Lights on. For Ages and people messing face your hair and going to be told. It's not good enough to change the way you're doing things in a new like about cheap breaks. Probably eat one packet of crisps all day. Maybe have some water and then you go to sleep for four hours and then come back if you told people that by a slave labor like what you mean. What if he would just think about it? Then the sense of pride when you see the final thing even it could be the most terrible film ever but the fact that you done it is great absolutely and there is that a camaraderie on the set and the kind of the interactions that you have with with stuff like when when we were shooting our film at you you and Laura and stuff and doing ishers and stuff because you know because you're in between scenes so then you're in costume and have some fun with that. Employ around owes run away with the costumes and those kinds of things are. Yeah all right behind the scenes though the the You must stop like I can't not get in that lie and I was very sorry but a it low. I I kind of love. The brief is so arch my favorite filth. And if people make a solo just look at our absolutely lots of fun staff Wa I think we probably should wrap up here but is there anything you'd like. Let people know is their social media channels around a a one is the undisclosed last undisclosed strange onto. Because I'm the l'estrange that's my personal of instagram. Account is the random stuff A. D. JEWEL COMEX. So that J strange comex a again from instagram. So chain strange permits on micromax about just real honest up so I quit on the street on anything. So oxidation Iran humid some around mental health For anyone listening I'll throw up links in the show notes. Yeah so why? Join them for a while. But of them race Very bad with regularities though apologies. Anyone listening he does want to. Just remind. Me Just nudge. Meet MESSAGE BE LIKE WHY? Hoist the comic right okay. Yeah 'cause I've got those drawn it's just I'm not very techy take photos up late and I'm hoping to see them will professional football color in them and stuff but yeah it's just meant to be a bit full on an of light hi Ed's observations and my personal favorite. Is the wrong sneezing on your period yet. I don't know if I want to. That sounds like something I might not want to see but then meant to be accessible for. Everyone mentioned relies. Oh Shit wait. That's what it's like to have a vagina I'm very open when I told anyone about anything and crude ways but in they would humorously hokey like the Cormac as the just the instagram. The LOHMAN NIA like I have a stolen soundcloud. But that's just one are recorded for feature film hours in food the gamekeeper which is on Youtube and on IMDB credit and they ask shop and Juliette strange and sound out. You'll hit the so neither did for the gamekeeper runs over the credits of this. Hopefully everyone you guys women. When they went soon enough Macintosh should be listening. You went to my dad's wedding so Hip Hop I liked the accurately. Enough he might. Is Your Dad still performing at all not an eye he's a? He meant interior decorating each and stuff. He he's a good writer. He really good nope election but he couldn't get published in a really upset some Bush or do A. Here's here you go. I only want a ten percent. Is that you make Do like the. My Dad wrote a porno type. Odd Cast and have you heard? I haven't listened to offensive. It has come up. Yeah so Just Take Your Dad's book have him publish it Self publish it and then you go on and read from the book in the end it'll become famous and they're like thanks to Mina exactly. Yeah perfect well thanks Julia to you like a mom personally. Get now thinking of writing something. We definitely something against yellow. Well thanks for joining anything pleasure and anybody..
I Love Costco, Bible 101, and Don't Go Back to What Broke You
"Good Morning. Everyone it's time and you Chrissy. Confessions how are you doing today? Julie I am doing okay. I mean folks. I mean I don't know whether to talk about the tornado. Victims here in Tennessee are do I talk about corona that's infested and infected the world. I mean I'm just thinking what do we talk about other than corona? I mean. I've never seen anything like it asked my parents. They've never seen anything like it. I've asked my mother-in-law she's never seen anything like it. I mean who would have thought that the most powerful country on the face of the earth would shut until it's people they have to stay in their homes now folks. I advocate staying in your home. I mean let me be very clear and that cough that you hear Julia's an allergy. By the way and yes we went and both got tested. Because I am a hypochondriac between me and Jay Demarcus we keep our doctor on call. Twenty four seven. It's so scary and I mean it's and it listen it finally got chasing Savannah's attention. It has made them nervous. And 'cause when you shut down a country that tells you how serious things are. It is very very serious at this point. I mean folks I went to Cosco. Does that tell you how serious this thing was? Yeah right assets and this was at the onset. This was at the very beginning. Everything was really shut. Dan Yes you did go to twice you went to Cosco and because I was afraid that what if we ran out of something or whatever so I didn't want Julie exposed to anything so I thought okay as usual todd will take the bullet and I went to Cosco and I have to tell you. I love a cost guide. I do I love Cosco. I mean you can go in by like all this stuff in bulk. I mean you could find no that now okay now have only been going for twenty years but that's okay right but I mean you know I. I didn't know how to do it but I did it on my own. If you'll remember you had to send me a copy of our card right but but I guess my thing is is that. I hope that everyone is staying in. I hope that you're staying away from those people who are most susceptible which are the elderly and people with A compromised immune system Because I mean I'm reading stories every day of younger people who are literally fighting for their lives. Well there's one in California that that a under the age of eighteen that passed away yesterday. There's this young man in New Jersey. That's twenty something years old a picture of health that's now being transferred to was it paying hospital. Therein Pins Pennsylvania something for this new new treatment and so folks it's hitting everyone. I mean everyone. I'm going to take my mother food today. But I'm putting it on her front porch and then calling and telling her to come out and get it because I'm practicing truly social social distancing. I mean if I'd done that many years ago I'd had less trouble than one I've had but I mean it's it's to the point now too where you have to be doing what the doctors and the experts are saying to do what I found and you always give a shout out to anything that comes from South Carolina. 'cause it's where you are from. Did you hear Lindsey Graham yesterday when he was on the news where he said that if they did not pass this bill for nothing? It's two trillion dollars as the stimulus that he was going to go to the House on the floor and he was going to demand that the that the country stop paying everyone in the Senate and in the House and in the Congress to shut off their benefits and their pay until they could do their job. It's time to come to get time to together and you don't get to sit here at a time of crisis start negotiating for something that you couldn't get pushed through to begin with. But when I was laying in the bed listening to him I was like way to go. Lindsay is so true because it is an I do believe this is the Good Lord. That is saying okay. I put pebbles in your path and you refuse to look at it so now. I'M GONNA put a boulder in your match right. You guys are GonNa have to work together. Put Your differences differences aside and let's kit this country running again and we don't have to be a Democrat or Republican. A A socialist libertarian to have compassion for our fellow man. It's right I mean. Politics should have no play in compassion right and just taking care of each other exactly and so you know it's been a this whole thing has been very eye opening to the point that you know when you look at where we are and how people are responding to things and what have you. I mean it's it's it's overwhelming it really is. I mean I was listening to the mayor of New York talking and he was calling out the federal government shocking shocking that we would be doing that but he was calling out the federal government and saying that okay mayor. The governor the governor. I'm sorry Governor Governor Cuomo and he was calling the federal government out and saying okay but where are these ventilators right? Where are these what he was saying was? Why can't we put the supplies where they are needed? Most exactly because his state has more cases than any any state in the United States and I completely agree with him. You know we have it. Why things sitting surplus when we get people needing it. It's crazy exactly and so you know it really is when I look at you know I was in the grocery store because I yes folks I went to a Publix and this little old lady was in there and she was looking for hot dog buns and I had. I had you know two packs of hot dog buns in my buggy. And because that's what Juliette told me to get and they didn't have any more hot dog buns. I don't even eat hotdogs. People and I don't even care if how does our home Julia's the one who is determined. I guess she thinks that by eating a hotdog. It makes you more American. I've hated hotdog. My whole life and chloe likes them and again hurt her to have a hot dog once a month so. I had but you told me to get two bags to have overly so I gave this lady a thing of this hot dog binds and she said Oh honey. You're young. You probably have children. She says I can do without folks this little. Old Lady said she could do without. She was willing to sacrifice thinking that I had young children and that I needed a more than she. Well I didn't and I gave them to her. So you know it's those kind of things that there is still people out here that have compassion for their fellow human being yep and we need to continue more of that and we do need to continue more of that and I feel like that we in my family for the most part are very compassionate. People that we do have kind compassionate hearts but even I want us to be better absolutely we all can improve in
Tech Companies Use AI to Stop Predators Online
"Have posed a threat to children online for decades. But trying to get rid of them has been a real uphill battle now. Some companies are trying to use artificial intelligence to stop them in their tracks. Questions is at working here to explain. More as our family intact columnist Julie Jargon Juliette. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me. So let's go back We kind of think about our new generation of kids being incredibly tech savvy but the reality is that the number of children affected by online predators has actually been rising right. It has and it's a it's a number that's really hard to pinpoint but the numbers that are reported are rising. So what are we seeing. What's accounting for the rise? Doing now I think the fact that so many kids have smartphones and the ability to reach kids on the on. The part of predators has become so much easier. You know. It's no longer. Someone necessarily having to hide in their bedroom on a laptop or a desktop computer anymore. Everybody's walking around with phones and and kids at younger and younger ages are on social media APPS. And so it's easier than ever for predators to find them and also to exchange photos and other information with kids it. Let's talk about some of the tactics that the predators US online. Because I think it's really important when we think about Howie Find STRATEGIES TO SOLVE THIS ISSUE. What are predators doing to try to get at kids? They often will Be Very complimentary toward kids Especially young girls that have self esteem issues which is pretty much probably every teenage girl. There is You know a common tactic is to provide flattery. Compliments promises of helping someone secure modeling contract or an acting job. Those kinds of things that will kind of Were a young person in and then oftentimes when predators have kind of gain the trust of a young person they will entice them to go off of the site that they're on whether it's a social media APP or video game chat room and go to some more private place to chat at a private text based chat service where there's no moderation going on and that is a dangerous kind of red flag to to look for when they're being asked to leave the site where they initially made. Contact Tech companies are required to report. These cases is that part of the reason. They're trying to get kids off of those sites. They are required to report cases when there are sexually explicit images that have been shared across their sites. They're not required to report online. Enticement kind of predatory grooming behavior that You know that kind of precedes the photo sharing kind of gaining trust the conversations that that occur ahead of that happening but they can voluntarily report it and they are but that's why the numbers which are rising are probably not really showing the full extent of this. So you're writing about the fact that tech companies are working on solutions for Microsoft in particular held. A whole. Hack a thon. What did they come up with what they did was? They gathered engineering legal teams from all sorts of different big tech companies. Gather them together and tried to come up with common phrases that are known to be used by predators to gain the trust of victims or potential victims. And what they did was. They analyzed tens of thousands of sample conversations that might take place between an adult looking to victimize Young person to kind of detect the conversational patterns that are used by predators and then they designed artificial intelligence to recognize those phrases and keywords. That can then be used to you. Know provide them a tip off that there's a conversation going on that might be inappropriate and be leading to something dangerous like the one you just mentioned when one party asks another to go off line. Exactly that's one example. They were careful to provide examples because they don't want to tip off potential offenders to how much they actually no but it's something that they are Planning to continue to teach the I because apparently these online predators get pretty good at about evolving their methods and their confrontational tactics. And so they're trying to continually keep up with how the language evolves that predators use to attract and entice victims. And so how would this technology actually then be implemented so Microsoft developed us and they are now offering this at no charge to any text based platform that wants to use it so whether that is a social media APP there's a texting involved a direct message component to of say facebook or You know a video game platform that has text based chat as part of it and then These tech companies can implement this. Ai Tool so that it can kind of basically read these conversations and detect any instances where the conversation looks like. It's taking turn that could be predatory in nature. Are we seeing other companies like facebook? Or what's up? That really usually pride themselves on that kind of end to end encryption and users security Within THEIR CONVERSATIONS. Are we seeing any of them? Do similar things or or looking. Are they looking to adopt this Microsoft? Tool? I'm not sure if they're trying to adopt. I mean the Microsoft says that this would work on those kinds of platforms that have an encryption but that it would be up to the companies to decide whether they want to use something like that. I'm not sure exactly how that would work. And I imagine it would raise some questions about privacy but you know that is something that they say. They're making available that could potentially work on encrypted platforms but again. I think that that raises a lot of questions. Not sure if those kind of companies will adopt this kind of technology. We've seen companies like facebook utilize internal software strategies to flag other things like suicidal tendencies or threats of violence. Feel like this issue of predatory behavior online hasn't been one. That's really been tackled in the same way are. Are we saying that shift at all you know I? I think it's still fairly early days. The fact that this technology has has basically just been implemented and made available in the last month. It's probably too soon to see how widespread the adoption of this will be But it's something that I know. The tech companies are thinking seriously about the fact that they gathered and held a hacker. Thon try to combine resources to come up with something they could all could use. It's you know it's definitely a big problem and it's you know it's it's widespread in has lifelong ramifications for the victims. So I think that it is something that tech companies are going to take a closer look at all right. Thank you so much family in tech columnist Julie
T-Mobile, Sprint amend merger terms
"Of sprint. Moving higher up about five percent t mobile shares moving just slightly lowered this on new. Uc Sprint shares. Up four point seven five percent t mobile down one and a half percent this of news. That T. mobile and sprint have announced an amendment to their merger agreement in this amendment. Deutsche Telekom will now get forty three percent of the Combined Company. That's just slightly higher than the forty two percent previously announced and the company announces. They aim to close the merger by April. First back over to you or Juliette. Thank you very much. You could see sprint stock. They're up five percent. I mean this is a good move. Is this it? It's a big move but we've seen finally what five year drama between these two companies finally make investors money in this. Is it? Well I think the church certainly reflect that but what's interesting is also what's happening on the other side. Look at names like Verizon and one thousand nine which play space which are actually breaking down here. A little bit despite low bond. So there's a message. They're not all the defensive. Not all the yield stocks are working like they should be in this environment. I think that the Dow actually as I understand it guy downing correct me if I'm wrong because I probably am. They've got five wrong -nology that actually might be ahead of. At and T. and verizon and also mentioned that case we talked about it last week or two weeks ago. Dish network was mentioned very. That's what John Leger would say and I know he is a happens to be offended fast. He's watching right now and he would say exactly that. Which is the reason why t mobile trades at nine thousand nine hundred earnings and? At and T. traits at ten I think. At and T. Is Worth more than that? I hear what Chris is saying but if you can get this stock T. mobile back around ninety bucks. I think you buy it with both hands.
Seattle: Chilling 911 call of mom who was 'poisoned by baby photographer'
"Band away woman accused of posing as a newborn photographer was re booked into the Pierce county jail yesterday after pleading not guilty and we're hearing the frantic nine one one call from the woman who says she was drug by the suspect in an attempted kidnapping over baby anywhere he says the victim called for help she was suddenly feeling non drowsy involving uncontrollably after the suspect and her daughter had come to our home to photograph her newborn they given cupcake that investigators believe was laced with a date rape drug say Hey like thirty eight year old Juliette Parker and her daughter left the victim's home without taking the baby but Alicia Miller then realized her house keys had been stolen he is or my car keys Miller says she met Parker and her daughter through a post on a new born baby group on Facebook investigators say Parker was advertising free photos of newborns to build her portfolio prosecutors say the ultimate goal was to steal a baby several other potential victims of come forward thing they were also contacted by Parker or had their newborns pictures taken buyer she and her daughter both in custody
Seattle: Juliette Parker charged, returned to jail after judge increases bail for attempted kidnapping
"The woman accused of plotting to steal a new born baby has been charged and now re booked into jail after the judge increased her bail and we're here in the nine one one call made by the victims who investigators say was drugged by the suspect we get the update from calls Carly Johnson what the hell does it is a thirty eight year old Julie at Parker scheme for months posing as a photographer in the drugging Alicia Miller February fifth as part of the elaborate conspiracy to steal our baby court documents a Parker and her sixteen year old daughter laced a cupcake and gave it to Miller during their third meeting with Parker taking photos of Miller's little ones for free supposedly to build her portfolio for a business he is shocked to calling these are completed not guilty yesterday was taken back to jail her sixteen year old daughter is also charged as a juvenile she remains in custody about a dozen other women have since come forward to say they either were contacted by Parker or met up with her for free pictures Carling Johnson come on news two
Woman accused of poisoning new mom and trying to steal her baby
"Appears county woman is charged with posing as a baby photographer in a bizarre plot to poison an unsuspecting mother and steal her baby thirty eight year old Juliette Parker and her sixteen year old daughter are accused of an elaborate kidnapping and poisoning plot she wanted a girl and
"juliette" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You know, Bob, he meant Bob de Niro. And I went e and you're you're Bob Dylan. And then my little brain was like say, how are you? Hi. And I pretended to act normal, and then I got down to the bottom to the driver where I was going to work, and promptly cried. And I thought that core man, walks around, he's like a prophet to people because I know he was to me when I was twenty two he all his music held my hands through my struggling time. So that was pretty profound for me. Do you have an olive er- stone is crazy story? I. Oliver Stone is still, I is delightful story. Okay. Delightful you like crazy crazy you like you like crazy. You like people who are different. No, I here's the thing about Oliver. She is really tough. And the way he he directs much like an army sergeant not with a lot of validation. And if you're overly sensitive that could be problematic. The good news is over has a vicious, wonderful sense of humor. What I can't deal with people who don't have a sense of humor, and I have worked with some folks like that. But what crazy about him, I guess, is imagining and I mean, we were sort of sort of like anything goes. So I would write a scene like yeah. Do it. That's good, try that. And then what is crazy? I don't know that whole movie was the Nanas. From was bananas, new film, Amy kiss at Cape like chanting, not chanting, a native American. He has all these wild teams in that movie that I think he was exercising from himself. The new film is mar theaters may, thirtieth, it's a horror movie starring of tavis Spencer and Juliette Lewis in it really do like your choices. Thank you for being on with us. Juliette? Thanks for having me have a great day, actually later, Luca..
"juliette" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"But it doesn't mean it's, it's, it's the only way to get. Cheating a little bit here. They'll neil. Say you're not the first person who said in the, the proof of the pudding, it is still about the choice of lens choice of position the composition of the frame, the put the subject in the middle of the frames. You put the subject in the upper left corner of the lower right corner. The photographer makes all these decisions. And ultimately, the end result is, is. It's a big factor in what, what the end result looks like how you frame the picture, what made that picture so good on the on the best couple of best shuts. Good. It's framed beautifully. He could've come in closer on just to shoot. It wouldn't have been the same picture. It would have been the moment. So would have been the moment that he launched the ball to to win the game. But it wasn't the same as picture. That stories told you do not need a caption to tell you what that picture shows. I took a picture once sandy Colfax having just shut the Yankees out in a World Series game. That the dodgers swept four games to two zero. They beat the his nineteen sixty three to sixty three or sixty five hours to get the year. What I love so much about it. Is it right field behind Colfax who's leaping up with joy just if allowed to scored is, is called board. And you can see the nine innings all there. You see the score. You know that it was the end of the game two to outs registered in Colfax leaping up on the mound and you don't need a skit on the caption to tell you what, that pictures this picture taken it to Toronto game was was the same kind of picture. I like it very much the lesson you're nice man. You're kind, man. You're great. At what you do. We are trying to create a photographer beef and you're not playing. You could have picked a lot of other subjects, I would have gotten right along with you. Did you just happen to believe it's still a photographer that the camera the cameras do make it easier? I'll concede the guy a hack though. Nail. Thanks for being with us. We appreciate it. Having. You're the worst didn't give lifer chance there. Splash. My I hack Bill Devi like he was ready to call him a hug or we were so felt. So prince fielder and Cecil Fielder have canceled. Maybe another time we've got Juliette Lewis at twelve thirty eastern, I thought to myself, there I'm like, man. How can we get older is a radio show than talking about photography on AM radio? And.
"juliette" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And in Singapore on Juliette Sally, let's get a check of how things as shaping up for the Asian trading day with Bloomberg's Doug Christner, Doug. Juliet, it looks like it could be a mixed picture for Asia Pac rim markets right now. We're looking at a little bit of weakness in Sydney, and in Seoul, the Nikkei wants to open, essentially flat. Here the end has strengthened the bid against the dollar in early Asian trading. We're right now at one eleven thirty seven state side, we had some positivity in the equity market, but the gains weren't that. Great. I mean, the NASDAQ composite. Yes, was up about six tenths of one percent semiconductors really to take much of that credit. We had the Philadelphia semiconductor index hitting a record high with a gain of about two and a half percent overall. We had some upbeat economic data. Not the least of which was the German services. PM I rising above estimates. And that seemed to underpin this argument that maybe we have put in a trough for the the global kind of economic cycle and on top of that renewed hopes for the Sinai Sino US trade deal. We're going to be talking more about trade in a moment. So the Dow was up about two tenths of one percent. And as I mentioned, NASDAQ composite higher by six tenths of one percent as five hundred picking up about two tenths of one percent on the day. Look at long term interest rates were higher by about five basis points in the New York session last quoted two point five two percents on the tenure we've come in ever so slightly just under two fifty two and WTI crude oil sixty to forty three. I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg interactive brokers studio Bryant to you all right to trade talks, Doug as you mentioned Chinese Vice Premier Li is in Washington DC meeting with US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer, as well as Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin now we're hearing that they're talking about a deal in which the United States would give China until twenty. Twenty-five to meet commitments on commodity purchases. China would also have until then to allow US companies to have wholly owned enterprises in China. He tells here from Bloomberg's Lisa parental in Washington. The US is said to be pushing to get an agreement on core issues. So that President Trump and China's leader Xi Jinping can hold a ceremony to sign a deal under the proposed agreement. China would commit by twenty twenty five to buy more US commodities, including soybeans and energy products. And allow one hundred percent foreign ownership for US companies operating in China. This would be a binding pledge that could trigger retaliation from the US if China didn't make good on its promises. There are also some non-binding changes China has offered to implement by twenty Twenty-nine. Those would not be tied to retaliation in Washington. I'm Alisa Parenti, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. And of course, that twenty twenty-five target elyssa just mentioned would be off to President Trump's second. Him in office, if he has a second tomb and no telling what the next president would do disagreement, which does not need approval from congress. The IMF today coming out by saying and talking about how damaging tariffs to the global economy will onto some other news SoftBank said to be seeking fifteen billion dollars more for it's huge tech fund. The vision fund has already targeted one hundred billion dollars. Bloomberg Selena Wang calls. The extra fifteen billion a sign of how upbeat SoftBank is about the vision fund. They're clearly very bullish about the opportunities and the returns that they can give back to their investors because a piece of deal making has been astounding. So just about two years to fund is invested more than seventy billion dollars into technology companies in wide-ranging areas from cancer detection to construction to dog walking and ride hailing and top of this. We're told us SoftBank has plans for an even more ambitious effort for a second vision fund. Well enough. The plot. Twist McCullough's go Nissan's Fulmer ahead has been arrested. Again, this is his full arrest yesterday. Going tweeted he was planning to hold a news conference on April eleven to quite tell the truth about the accusations against him go and spent months in detention recently and lost his job as well after being accused of financial improprieties. Now, we have a statement from guns saying he's arrested today is outrageous and olive tree. He says he's innocent and Kohl's the charges against him. Groundless will Facebook has another date of problem user data posted publicly on Amazon's cloud computing servers. Bloomberg's Matt day says the problem could be even bigger than it appears just the signings. How much damage has been done from years of, you know, giving broader access to makers and other folks on the developer community that stuff that might have gotten out of Facebook's control. There's not really a clean way to get that back in the bottle. Researchers at the cyber security firm up guard say in one. In case more than five hundred forty million Facebook user records were acceptable for anyone who could find them online and Twitter's co founder and CEO, speaking up about the risks of social media, Jack Dorsey says tech companies need more regulation. Generally, I think regulation is a good thing. It's a it's an positive, and I think our role as a company should be dot of an educator. Helping regulators and legislators understand what's happening with technology. And of course, just the other day Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg calling for government to step up of a side of social media platforms. Well, the house of Commons in the UK has voted to take a no deal Brexit right off.
"juliette" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Real. The guardian angel. Juliette, honey. Real topics for real life. Juliet. Giuliani. WABC? Dot com. Life. In the. Mid ninety. You know, it seemed like it went into a crevasse. Well, yes. Because it's it's getting you amping up its building. This is a very hipster ish. This is very walk cash millennial well for them. I would think let's ask Brian. What do you think? Have you ever heard the song? First of all I have heard yet. You see this is we're going to talk about it tomorrow with Brian and Christian if he decides to return from therapy the porno that has.
"juliette" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"On the markets. Juliette? Annabel suddenly risk off today a lot of factors playing in that IMF warning. Also, the back all that affect that. We didn't have a late coming through from Wall Street with market close for Martin Luther King junior day. You've got this report to the US is going to move ahead with these plans to extradite the hallway CFO from Canada, and you've got Chinese stock certainly leading the declines in the afternoon session down by one point three percent. Also weakness coming through in the the offshore remedy falling. The most in more than a week the negative sentiment being played despite some pretty good data. Elsewhere, we had South Korea GDP coming in stronger than expected, but you can say that the money going into the yen is really that sentiment of risk off today by two tenths of one percent. Kills get to see this morning. Let's drill into the MO function a little bit more intense than major market movers. What have we got? Well, it looks like Mitsubishi. You have Jay the big financial giant in Japan. Making these very big play for Indonesia's Bank data moment, just saying it shares up by about seven and a half percent hearing offering nine thousand five hundred ninety repair per share to minority shareholders also watching sun pharma in India up by five percent, a very big block trade has gone through on this stock, but Jeffries also coming through saying that they have kept the stock at a by despite these are the hang with all the governance movements. Having a look to the downside, though. Remember, we've been watching this developer in Hong Kong Jiahuan international at had that huge plunge on Thursday. It seemed like there was no reason behind that will win now hearing the chairman and his wife sold out a large portion of their stock. But that potentially it was due to a margin. Call that news coming through from jet Mehan, but certainly coming under pressure again today Joe on the worst performer on their MRI down by twenty two percent. In Hong Kong USA. Thanks. Julia. For that overview. Let's get back to this part of the world and talk about hint. Advocating social transformation for the for the women in Qatar and got it in in the Gulf as a senior of cutter foundations he is the public face Sylvan effort to provide them access to better education. Can we are opportunities spoke exclusively to Bloomberg in London..
"juliette" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"All right. Let's say you are describing something very scary mischievously awas. You're you're describing what the white supremacist cold, jog diners, occupy government, or you. Whoever is in office legitimately elected by the people did nation. We are kowtowing to form of machine traffic every day. Right who observant Jews are waiting for the real rival of the machine. Has nothing to do with parking placard. Well, I. I'm impressed that he found some way to segue. I who found a way to somehow attach a hot cinnamon orthodox now or they violated. Yes. But so agenda house. This is one of those times when I say guys, let's just focus. Let's just focus. If you wanna you wanna go after a certain group of whatever get somewhat, we're cops only come on. I know they do, but you see this desk. Juliette at one police plaza. They hate my guts at one police plaza. Why because I'm constantly dropping dime on them and revealing what goes on there? And so they're afraid to call and tell us how they overlook these fake placards because they are given by the commanders and by the inspectors you one police plaza for favorites. I don't think I guess that's my belly. I scratch yours. But you're saying that they're scared because they're going to be then penalized punished reprimanded. They call up. Come on, call up guy, digitalize voice. That's right. Okay. That's right. Digitalized disqualification. So that their voice cannot be recognized by any technology at the desk at.
"juliette" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Juliette Lewis Juliette Lewis on Instagram. Can you save us? Brittany spears? She said why Satan controlling the universe, and then she dances to the music of Brittany spears. Now, I don't know what she was on or whether that's just mental illness Racine and at one level. I don't mean to make fun of her. But on another that Instagram piece wins for me, the Oscar for the first piece of Instagram video that qualifies as art, and I'm actually not kidding about. This here is a celebrity praying to a celebrity to save us. While demonstrating what celebrities are in herself. Because Juliette Lewis is a celebrity if you don't know what she's an actress as always playing used to play all these kind of sexy teens, you know, kind of alluring. And here she is appealing for salvation to Britney Spears celebrity while demonstrating that celebrities are not always the people you want to turn to for life. I mean, look, I say this as a creative guy guy who has been in the arts my whole life. Art is not a healthy lifestyle making art is not a healthy lifestyle. I write about this in my book, the great good thing that you're constantly constantly. And let me let me say what I have to say first, and then just put in a little bit of a proviso there, you constantly opening old wounds to get old feelings and old pain that you can put on the page or put into your performance as an actor. I mean, this is almost what acting is is opening old wounds. It is not a healthy way to live. Okay. And I don't say that I want what I want to appoint out as I'm not saying that always what a heroin thing. It is to be an artist. It's kind of a sick thing to be an artist. It could be argued that being an artist is reaction to trauma when people have trauma, and they don't heal their trauma. They keep repeating the trauma over and over. Again, you've probably noticed this in yourself. Some little thing that you keep doing that. You wish you stop doing probably relates to some trauma in your early life. And what artists do is they're constantly especially actors more actors than writers, but writers. Vikash instantly open up these these wounds that they have and bleeding onto the page or bleeding onto the screen people like me who it's important to be saying work, very hard to manage our sanity while we're doing this really it really is a full-time effort, my wife, and I have a joke about it. Because sometimes I'll come in after particularly finishing a particularly hard book, and I'll say, I'll never write another novel. And she says the same thing it's dinnertime sit down because she doesn't believe me because it's a kind of addiction. So all I'm saying is that celebrities are kinda crazy. Okay. So when celebrities are telling you to do something or telling you live in a certain way, you should be thinking. Oh, look there's a person on the street who's living in a homeless shelter. It was screaming at the sky that the Venetians are talking through his teeth giving me a piece of advice accepting her or his Oscar and then telling me who I should vote for. That's the way you should think of celebrities and celebrity lawyer, Michael avenue is no exception..
"juliette" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"Let's fuck that by trying to. That's been corn. Let's list who we can think of Juliette Lewis is doing it. Right. She does that Iraq, man. She's like actually touring great. I think she does Bruce Willis. Oh, yeah. To see that kiono canoe. Yes. Depp, Johnny Depp. Did it very actively. The greatest of all time, Seagal got course, plays the. Oh, okay. Yeah. This is really something. There was one Billy Bob Thornton. I don't know. If you guys recall, he was very serious about that. Okay. There's another one he went on a late night show. I recall, and there were and he was like, I'm only here to talk about my music. Eddie Murphy, and that voice, but somehow it was just the corneas thing ever awful. And he was like I don't want to even he joined Twitter. I wanna say he joined Twitter to put out music. Yeah. And people were that he was just like. Now, I will say the person the one person I can think of who it really worked for was Donald Glover. Oh, that's true childish Gambino. Great. Okay. What was that? But this is like Donald Glover can actually really do all those things. You know, he he's really good at it. So I think some of the other guys we're talking about like fifteen plus years of being a movie star lake your household name, bro. Yeah. Shit. I wanna ask you about a story here. I don't know what to make of it. It's one of the most bizarre things. Yeah. So let me let me start here. Okay. There was a teacher. Who is in hot water after getting into a fistfight with a fourteen year old student after the student berated him calling him the N word and throwing a basketball out of Jesus. So now, there's a video there's a video of this. This is what's so crazy to me? Let let me show you the video I and I'll tell you about the aftermath, which is really what's perplexing to me. So listen joy this right and our American school system and optional Ford to where the good stuff happens..
"juliette" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again
"Baby heidi solely those babies come from reality shows gee baby ju just say no he's relationships turned into maybes and juliet and alex together getting married i don't know i think in the past seen juliette alex together i would say absolutely not but now that like times moved on and i think i've seen alex surprisingly mature and growing himself more and i think realize like hey like i actually going to be with a girl i need to take it seriously so i think that more and more could potentially be thing but there's still a lot of life to live is alex good guy would you say yeah i would say so because i not everyone's into him if he's not is not just a nice guy i think and the sense of like girls and like playing them that's the part where alex messes up but as a person he's a really good guy he's genuine he cares todd like i've hard seen anyone in my life that care so much about the family as like alex says you know what i've been told also about being on tv i'll know who told me whoever's you're smart person if you think something say it that's like how you need to be on a reality show if you're thinking it said it's not like yeah this is it right now you guys could become effing superstars or i could be the only one that remembers you guys are at that moment will all enter yeah and it's in it's an amazing it's the platforms there so yeah it would be who am i missing i think that's the whole oh initially i wasn't like a huge i felt like season one they didn't even really showed you do that didn't like now i'm totally feel like team juliet against team kelsey on twitter i i have a team do that on the front team in the back shirt i'm so yeah that's it so right now i relate to that couple now because i feel like everyone's hating on her and alex being together and i never felt like oh yeah it's gonna agrees i never felt like juliet and garett should be together so now that that's yeah that was that didn't work so i'm definitely team juliette because i don't feel like she's at least as an audience we haven't seen her do anything that's that bad yeah that may be savage cheating but who she to garrett are we really i don't think they were a real couple though what do you mean like we're talking about the kiss on the boat yeah i didn't feel like hearn garre or real like well sleepover happened so then his yeah 'cause i would once they are broken up but once you slept over garrett's house i was kinda like well usually i i bet she's guy they call i swear post fab oh you shouldn't that's another thing if you're nuts did you see how bad i was like that night like i needed to go oh you don't i watched that kid isn't madison your roommate at that time or not yet yeah so you tell me eric into driven you to madison so glad again yeah garrett's sober should've yeah he was strategic thereby keeping you obviously yeah i'm going to you know that's another garrett move them i okay garrett knew what he was doing having you on his couch because if he was dead sober garrett he's i'm gonna take yeah talk but then i often i he should've taken me on yeah you guys should have talked at your place with madison there's a witness because everyone believes madisonville but yeah so that's why i didn't care about i don't call that felt like and his mouth was wired shut how much of a kiss could that have been you know let's backstory this star alex was four before the mo oh you there's that you think they linked up for that percent so if that's true yeah heidi never believe that alex and julia and i'm sure as like alex alex and juliet seemed like they were always together really believe this is in you cannot be honest that madison has no feelings for alex i don't think i really don't think so i like i don't understand i really don't think so i think she cares a lot about him but like she knows how much of an idiot he can't be and so she's like no because i'm concerned about sushi doesn't like alex beaker it didn't work out because alex was kind of a playboy maybe whatever i'm concerned that she's now.
"juliette" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"30s so basically that was one of those genres a really just kind of appeal to my badge and as she from a really young age so how did you decide to make that your career basically a set off for college could be a doctor took about a year of courses in premed but i had been a rock and roll over drought high school and played in bands and continued playing music uh the university of texas one not a went with a friend to see juliette of the spirits the fellini film and kinda changed my life watching that movie i realized that films good do everything that music could do could do everything that writing could do but in a way that kind of views all of the arts and blended them together and i pretty much after seeing julia the spirits and bergman's film of of she'll just decided that making movies was going to be the way we try to make my life go the did you go back to school teacher major i changed my major i stayed in school changed my major to film had some really great mentors university and got a lot of opportunities to make short films and uh we got funding from pbs for some work to home so be it was really a good time to be making films in uh at the university of texas there was a lot of money to be kind of utilized in great equipment really great staff i know one of the earliest credits said i can find for you is working on the texas chainsaw massacre had you've done work uh on other feature films before that.
"juliette" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
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