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"The the affiliates who want more details in fact there's a great little video going up in about thirty minutes there that ninety and that goes through all of the different components that make up the whole ecosystem well done by Nita who I think anybody which yes the carrot groups cite dot com is as a site with information websites more of a site for example a precarious People need to start saving up very quickly and get yourself into care burst. PBC coins we have links neutral medical offer KBC coins give us all the latest updates we have of course the links which we talked about last week would you give you lots of information on the site which is carrot group site dot com available around anybody can check online and find out where they are by simply going to K Dash merchant dot com so there's a whole listening which are bold cash and cards and the ICO coins and if you by the way the ICO coined crypto phone you get the coins basically as a bonus welcome looks like a dollar bill with a gold peace in the middle of it so that he's now going to be dispensed out of these the EM cash gold exchange machines they're all being shifts there's about five hundred of them into the US and Canada and their land this week they'll be the exchange where you can go online and buy and sell and exchange and coming in after December the Gold Standard Bank will lincoln there in there right now the KABC coin is the crypto version of the cash gold you've got the gold mines that are feeding Thurgood drive this thing and starting on December fifteenth when the Gold Standard Bank is launched you're going to be able to really understand why has it you will components it is an ecosystem and the whole the whole model here is really it combined all fit together the whole ecosystem which is important to understand because it's not just about KABC or the K. merchant or tear it bit it's all together I'm just GonNa go up on C. K. Dash Murray character you'll see your involvement in that video to right pardon me hey system carrot pay cash gold which is the ability for me to send you gold instantly digitally and the carry bit is being and backing up that KBC coin and those are adding more and more gold storage which is going to allow is your alternative isn't it tell us more details will to seek O- system while the whole ecosystem involved quite a number of and more about that as it unfolds so no sense talking about it now that a one impulse phone of course and the whim computer allows down if you're not sitting down this is your alternative to a crash in the world economic system and to a triple system call mark of the beast this fewer of the coins to exchange into one gram of gold right now it's one hundred to one in January seventy five to one you then have the character trying to place an order the sales on Goethe's feast FASD is eight percent I tell people knew prepare physically when you take nutraceutical out healthy people acquire gold whether it be in the gram side of the card format or the universal which is the note format Michelle she'll take your order and she'll make sure you get to seven percent savings off because we having some deck tech issues on the website again neutral medical dot com a high building we have wish Murphy Lloyd are you there that's a very important link that the people should go and the other one is is K. Hyphen merchant dot com gives us information about those two of sites and what we need to know and you'll have a card that allow you to exchange and put it on a car if you wanted it in cash card likely the characters on the net and the k. one phone which is like any any typical mobile phone android an irs compatible ultras your biology dramatically reduced seamount in need of drugs for example so if you're on let's say eight drug might be three or four drugs for your blood pressure the era how are you good to have somebody Tech Co. questions luckily we did connect events people relate I want you to give updates because what's going on in the world economy is very got rid of glass steagle during the Clinton administration back in late nineties that allow the banks speculate on your savings on international stock markets they have a absolutely hack proof impossible for anybody because it runs on the first voice over blockchain protocol on I see this next year as we head toward the election twenty twenty is not just a US election we're looking at the world economy is going to revolutionize four or five years ago the KBC coin that we know is the Crypto Coin Matt Crypto coin of course is exchangeable into gold terrifies is All oh China back the gold they will not accept what's called ARC financial system based on the bubble economy because we don't have glass steagle this is a financial bioweapon belong to call because what I see coming is a is a giant to Nami of economic disasters heading towards the steroid so people understand this is on the financial side that important that's why we have a segment every Monday to talkable care bars because in somebody's bottom of their back closet and you can transfer value and you can buy and sell things and there's no credit there's charges like credit cards it's you're you're are you involved with that view or else on the care I've I've yet I added that the video but has explained very well how everything very inexpensive to operate but it has proved and cannot be fish win computer eventually we do have not that can be transferred electronically but also you can have physically possession of even one of these cms jeans and get converted to regular currency regular local currency in candidate home your savings to your bank account your your dollar go poof and a lot of people lost a lot of two thousand eight but what's coming not just America but worldwide S. currency that cannot be hacked can't be monitored by the bank or by the government allows you to transactions and buying saw gold you can save on millions of micro bank has have speculated economy and create a new financial transaction of basically the goal pop and so if you don't have characterize your savings casual exact draw cash it makes it a very easy way for people to have the cash gold and gold that you can use as a former money if you needed to prey of a KABC coin that is currently around to the two and a half cents rises dramatically or above the cost of grandma gold is one pack of it is mind boggling isn't it you're looking at this and financial side you realize karaoke bars is one of the few things that will mean a bold back Kryptonite the sale on today Dakota's fees were having some some some slowing of her server so if you want to place an order just because the sale is on we're going to extend to other that's not listening okay rewind that what you're saying right now I can go out onto exchange and I help people do it by the way as well back in the next few years quite frankly is really going to going to ramp up this they all this is listen to me people out there said get across here is I can go out and buy one hundred. KABC coins at two cents a piece which means is about two dollars I'll be people put some gold away as an insurance policy or as a saving and right now people don't understand keep asking me where's the catch until the as a while yes I thought the K. One phone was going to be selling neutral medicals there for a second but to be does anybody can do that math I can click a button I can generate a code that will allow me to take that code for no you're you'RE GONNA become an affiliate they're all the information there but if you WANNA buy the Katie's KABC coin you must buy it on an exchange we gotta take these warnings seriously and that's why people need to have their money put in something that's not going to go poof and karaoke bars because it's gold back two dollars one hundred KABC coins I can take that code and walk up to the machine and you'll see okay so what's the website if people WANNA purchase it rarely go well you can go to any if you're on drugs for cancer we can give circles will help you fight that if you're have rheumatoid arthritis we can actually turn it off and get rid of your self ousted without using non stray lanting flavor I have a credit card from care zoo something different right that'll be different the gold standard bank will have a phone card so you'll learn will increase and it will be higher than the exchange about you may take a year it may take three months who knows right now I mean if you look at all the financials from all different people and they keep on warning warning warning warning and I'm thinking Dis- D more so recently because there's more selling on the exchange in theory is by that's GonNa flip at some point and some point if KABC coin you want to take it in Gold One oh one hundred equals one coy coin as it is now though purchase over you go is worse fifty cents or is worth fifty cents of gold in gold in gold valued not in cash but in gold valuable estimates soon these machines everywhere all over the world won't well you don't go to see 'em to do anything other than with draw do it for you but anybody can do it themselves as a process you've gotta be able to exchange trade and buy Bitcoin send the Bitcoin and do all of that that's the one hundred of them is worth one grab which means one of them is worth fifty cents of gold if yeah I can see that thank you thank you Lloyd Amazing Program how are we still on Tomasz because we're having somebody problem in have them everywhere and I can literally put the code in and it'll spit out one gram of gold in tenths of a gram leans now these thousands of points each coin is worse fifty dollars down right each KABC coins were too carries KBC that's your choice you do your own research and find those or you can go to carrot groups cite dot com and you'll see right there KABC and you can gives us more information apparently part of this the other part that which is a big part of this as we should understand it this is deal to be able to buy gold that's worth about fifty dollars plus for two bucks if you want to get a grant it's not true they do the mind they everything is true as they said coming out in December when you go public talk to you a lot of people don't know when I did I did this last I did this last year and what I purchased gave me many thousands of you can get the case CB coin you can't change the gold yet you will after December by then the price may be higher may not be but the what I'm trying to uh-huh what's the story okay okay okay so we're still on let's continue continue talking and then Lloyd and bore if you choose to use the cake into a gold dealer and converted into cash and soon even care at bars exchange it however is really all about it nate you set yourself then get your coins converted into gold and you've got your gold out of her you have everything out there and regulated and you cannot others can't be slandering because it is easily verifiable so the public happens on December fifteenth now the K. merchant system that's now available is available for anybody to accept any there you go to upside dot com that's where you can purchase down line right so you can you can take those thousands of coins I have multiplied by fifties you're saying if you wanted to take gold gold including KABC and easily if they choose to convert it into cash so there's no risk with respect to the fluctuation and went in urging account let's see somebody had of say four thousand of these coins and they decided Paul Rolling out is taken the number of years and the last one and a half two years to get to where all of this is coming together and it's now coming out of the gate effectively Sir quick they go out and get a bunch of KABC coins for two dollars you get one hundred of them and exchange and into a graph so that doesn't lend anywhere you're not value don't make the mistake one point in saying it's worth fifty cents of good good I can go out and get fifty cents for every that is not what when the these these conversion systems are available so these ATM's Gay could go down with two cent coin or two and a half cent coin to do that now I want to withdraw I can withdraw and create one code per day for one gram so I can hit a button at it'll email the band that you need you need to prepare yourself physically who just y newsroom ed we haven't even anticipated Jack of all known pathogens including bio weapons but cashier automatically gets deposited to your bank for a merchant this is a great way for them to accept crypto with a little as of December fifteenth when carrot is going public why because they will eliminate all the fake news that's out there trying to discredit characters and you'll find it convert them into what's called bones universal it's a special UNIFIL that comes from the BBC coin now it's in my account and all about five seconds insane exactly maze gold value it's gold value so you WANNA have a gram of gold which everybody should be tell me that code in other words I've got a code for one gram tomorrow I do another one for another graph the next day I do another one for another ground career group go to exchange medical seven over at neutral medical dot com so go to shop down the KABC now one note which is worth about fifty cents or pardon me five dollars so it's a tenth of a gram note I'm getting ten two Wednesday midnight do call our order line phone number triple eight two hundred eighty eight seventy one to two hundred eighty eight seventy one and talked convert it into gold for goodness sakes do not do it unless you're planning on keeping the goal don't do it just because you want to they have their phone or IPAD on their counter here's where you send it take your phone take a picture and bang use in whatever amount you're wanting to to their right I don't need to convert I can just sit there and it'll convert later right now you can leave it story you can leave your KABC sit there because eventually it's going to drive much higher than two McMahon of gold and physical I can take I can use it in the came merchants system or walk into a store I can give it to a friend I WANNA give them five bucks I can and get fifty cents where the goal value out of these these these there's a couple of steps one I've got it first it'll be discounted but it's a way to convert your cash if you wanted to here's the reality if you have KABC coin and you want old save it has plenty more right amazing amazing up now basically when we look on the other side of what's going on in the world the world is heading for three major things number one we're having increased pop of the world economy and it's going to be a correction it's going to be painful and those people who've got karaoke bars are going to be much happier because they're going to have a lot of their money the bubble economy going I have a feeling sometime in the next I'm GonNa Guess Twelve to fourteen sixteen months probably after the election we're going to have a in conflict in the Middle East obviously Turkey decided to invade Syria we have a trade treaty with phase while China but face to three you're going to be tough tape goal then converted into cash do you WanNa do that forgiveness they sell your character your KABC coins into bitcoin and withdraw. BITCOIN YOU'RE GONNA do it today it'd be much thing is financially we're heading toward where the the amount of money they need the extra support what's called the the bubble economy is not even enough to get on the coin so yes I've got the coin sitting in my carrots that account must be bit account easy to get there and once I got there I hit a button and I can sort of thousands millions billions eventually of these Kamer should be so the came merchants system is coming in a big way and these are after December but if if you WANNA get goals you want to get it at a cheap price by KABC converted quotas em take your goal now you've got the not moved over into gold aren't they lie yes and not only that but they'll have a payment system in in rebuild but they're not doing very good job they're Muslim countries around the world do not even spend enough money to support NATO what I see happening now what I see happening is European economy has grown in ten years Canadian economy is flat European economy is is trying to deferred because every time they have one transaction you are going to get fifty percents sharing of the feed that that generates and there's going to be I keep it or I take a gold dealer and he'll buy it off me for whatever he his Bible value is for that while the goal by the way Dr Bell because when somebody buy from you now do you or do you not pay a processing fee pay with a credit card okay so let's explain that okay let's say became came merchants okay so I have neutral medical I sell supplements and also technology like lumine photon could walk up to an ATM machine with one or a hundred of these codes and I can have it spit out these little notes of gold to me in physical form you bought them at happened since you were there but they're pretty good they've bounced all the twelve cents they've come back to now it's around two gone right and added convenience it's fast and you can you can accept without got it now is the and there'll be many many merchants or the Matha drive up there to get merchants in fact they now even if you're an affiliate you can go into your back office under account if you're an affiliate which you are then you are the affiliates earning fifty percent of the K. merchant payment if you do it Roddick's and they're going to respect the are not going to have to force technology chance from the company moves to the in from Europe America Canada or Anywhere Burke Chambers impulse magnetic field how can I benefit furnace let's say let's okay when somebody you should set that up let's have a care bars can they could they with assistant go into by account used care bars and actually purchase it was care partners. DC bitcoin theory there's other crypto currencies that are coming so if they want to buy it from you right now through the Cambridge in that game usually if they give you the physical form there's no processing fee if they send you the carrot pay digital form of their gold there's no processing fee so that exposed to the volatility of crypto example let's say somebody wants to buy say sixty three dollars worth of software two and you receive it converted into cash and you get paid as cash to your bank all you have to convert converts it from the it'll be available where they can buy it with the with the gold in other words would they connects y'all transaction no they can buy with crypto currency Katie will be built in there but they came merchants online account simply has your address where they would send the crypto currency yeah and so with a K. Mart and system that is completely eliminated and if you set up came merchants system under your own so your business in other words you can set it up that way so you're actually earning that fee on every transaction somebody buys him so he's are we going to accept your gold as well whether you send it to through Karen Page Lake Give it to him in a note or the Bitcoin there's there's no charge no processing fee that's unlimited number two there are there's no possibility of any charge back gold dot S. G. of your account and underneath the came merchants Referral Link you've gotTa Tab that says how many came merchants do you have I have a feeling trump's going to get it through although studies because Chinese don't WanNa give it to electro property up with stadium ready they're going to buy at least forty to fifty billion dollars was agricultural choose that physical forms of cash or power to me cash gold universal notes the one dot the warriors how would set it up let's say that they go down line to me and they up under new dramatical seventy seven account they get some gold and then in that why become over some of the steps of how I would set up my account let's do that mentioned it now because we have a lot of customers and WanNa do that they are plumbers electricians their accountant sir no not stays the bite with crystal Kamer cab taking data you don't need who's a the the mercury cars so in other words let's say a merchant under care purse they WanNa have K- merchant account right Oh it's it's a little bit of a different terminology but all they do is they would click on doctor bills Cambridge link right there in your website although we are two two two four sixteen super fully powered missile b twelve and muscle as it as Messiah and Laura Homeless Academy I don't know how they get around that to be honest with you the economy we're dealing with speculation is really big interesting yeah buddy wanted to send you bitcoin you give them your bitcoin address or put it on your site or Kabc you must give them your KABC address right now we're not other words when countries like China's not going crypto just like they would accept the the idea of a speculative academy the bubble paid I think as you get the cash paid your bank account every once a week right now but it'll probably increase as well down the road are referred and you have their link day simply open up an account take all about three to five minutes to set it up attach your bank account to it and if some oh you're Cambridge and account then send the Crypto to that address boom it lands you have it set to convert into cash will and you get except you know the bubble economy they have laude Kipah currencies in China. You know that's the problem we have with the banking system is they don't like crypto but he can't stop it they can try these little tricks but there's always a work around airman great but you have a code in your carrot bars back office that everybody must use for somebody because I had neil on a checkup form I had bitcoin checkout for them and they thought and the bank's not strikes from December and in December what's going to actually happen because you mentioned there's going to be amalgamated of two of these different currency coin types what let's go the credit card companies I also have some of the credit card companies are somehow involved in this how are they get involved in the in the currencies when they're completely different how did that happen themselves as the process of but the bank they deal with came back to them and said hold it we can't accept this customer he's got big point purchasing going on so into as well as Katy Klein is theory I'm sure dashes coming Light Coyne I'm sure they're all gonna be accepted there right now edible care partners I mean it's a giant area tells more but what what's going to happen so we're only about two hundred well they're they're going to be forced to create their own competition to the system and the banking the banking system let's face it I had a strength account closed down no I'm not I'm not aware that but I'm sure that's that's productive because cryptos coming I mean people want transactions elevate everything I mean by then the fifteen the public offering will be out a lot of things happening and a lot of things are already in place but they're all ready or came merchants to register an account given him that certain code you have to Yes yes the end well there's there's a big Fan December twenty first is one in Madrid big corporate event to Rigour Eh did you notice that the one of the things that China did while they put gold behind a currency as ear four years ago and they ended is that because they made the sounds of the coin sounds very similar so as a result it's not easy to kind of figure out what thanks guy happening you know what is going on here right you mean you get what they're doing what they're doing is they're making really really easy and profitable for you to purchase any of these components wow yeah so believing on air because they they can't even go to commercial so we will keep on talking because I have so many questions about the cripple I'm going to be taking better form and people will be the I've always said it'll be far far easier for you to build characters business next spring than it is today okay because people will number one they'll be passed the fake news on there they'll understand what's going on and everything will be you'll be using your phone your computer while so in other words that converged in a week they actually deposit money in your account they can work the crypto and that can include the ABC crypto coins what you're saying by the way you're also getting the phone free so here that's the that's the model they're using to get the out as quickly as possible kind of a no brainer because they include KCBI coined and in fact what you're really doing is you're buying the coin of the same amount but you get a bonus and so the a year from now you're going to be buying kate one impulse phone without any coins attached to it probably so so they wanted get it to me so you're not big you're with that eighty-eight you cannot become a K. merchant without being referred by an affiliate so once you in your phone you're buying AKC be coin getting one hundred percent bonus and those coins of course gives you a real asset value that's only going to go up in price because there's a huge market that doesn't know about this yet the only ones that are buying KABC coins are they affiliate one to know about it well I bought a bunch of it was I I don't know how many people interested if you saw that if you buy a phone basically you're going to get all the coins free basically and the coin surveys this show some day to get this all set up because websites by the way is Cara Group Site Dot Com and K Dash merchant dot com important the not the case TV coin you are receiving where you purchase any of the product so you buy the phone really not and it's only going to help everybody and of course these early adopters those of us that are affiliates and getting the word out there are going to be doing extremely well what is it well it's your your blood is putting a lot of pressure on them Columbus Day in America lots of attacks these studio has been down having all kinds of issues trying to connect people and whatever I want you to in many out there as possible obviously let's get them exposed let's get the world understand what's going on here let's get the world to adopt this whole payment system they should okay dilation or if you have hydro viscous blood get inflamed arteries let's from free radicals or homocysteine he's Tony at fluid dynamic wave it looks like if you're looking at the side and you can look at it and you see a glass snake you'll be like plastic swallowing mouse that Moses old interfere with that secondary sharing fourth wave now what the seven synergistic herbs do in Cardiovasc- is you can take those now if you're on blood pressure excellent okay will I thank you for the amazing discussion we now have Farid able to stand by boy got a lot of information I need to some time with the after itis eventually joining nerve pain and eventually enjoy deem even of his scrotum swell up like a balloon now that's just some of the effects absolutely thank you thank you okay freed we have free now I just got a message freeze available Hello Free Are you there uh it'll be up there are ten minutes okay I'll make sure those links are up there because those sites when we posted links across will teach people a lot about this right indirectly can make you have a Dima thing if you're chronic fatigue can fall down because you've dizziness they can cause all kinds of problems and you'll tend to find it that you can take much lower dosages of medication and older generic medicine the combination if you take nutraceutical and CARDIOVASC- does your heart public against resistance now you're when your heart pumps there's a shearing force hits the arteries and the arteries that have a secondary contract I'll wave that's called the non fusionists King so you need the Divi- tax in in leaf and flower not the wrong part of the plant because back to your heart is your venues veins and inference proving the case there's no hard action at all heard only pumps fields and pumps initial sharing force to the I don't hear for anybody assume he's there because I just got a message on my skype I am indeed we have major problems yes we ask system carbon dioxide oxygen nitric oxide what's the next component bilberry bilberry small antioxidant data and the ascending vessels are near part of the the rest of the contract all wave of the vessels now if you have high tone locations somebody's blood pressure mid pretty nasty side effects I got a call a few weeks ago but a gentleman we've got a reaction to entrust and he ended migratory Outta you mentioned like a half percent or something ridiculous so automated penny but you gotta bone it which brought them down to about half of them well bilberry now bilberries interesting like blueberries Bill Brey has the smallest vessel based antioxidant to get rid of singlet oxygen and the Cayennes really important because it's going to actually release nitric oxide without nitric oxide your body can't even these oxygen tissue it's like pumping maple syrup in Canada or Corn Syrup in America you can't do that okay what's the fourth component again engine converting enzyme also blocks he reactive protein and searchable and is Ginkgo Ginkgo Biloba is going to reduce blood viscosity ECHINACEA bitter as receptor blocker or you can take for example current events will mile hypertension you don't even need a drug you just need to CARDIOVASC- it'll block is the reduction potential of cells if you do a live blood analysis you'll see that skuld relief for the cells all stack up and then they act you know blacks viscous uh-huh ordering online call and place their order we're going to extend to sail an extra day we had tech problems our website was attacked as well as the so this is kind of Neat Formula I take a pretty good dosage I'd take at least four capsules twice sometimes three times a day CARDIOVASC- will reduce blood viscosity improved for knockoff companies like body and extended fight all got it for the wrong part of the plan for the wrong cotton secondly you've got also check every batch to me Sir main studio here as well so it's been a rare Columbus Day it's been a pain in the Butt Day but we are still surviving culturally sperry is varies all higher berries Fosbury you like that and we have this formula carney vast it had there's a wave of contraction to push the button perfect Two thirds three quarters of blood flow dear periphery is not your hard you vessels and all of the blood flow there's just too curbs the first one helps your heart and your arteries contract so in other words you helps improve perfusion case s at us which means in Germany taught me this important because you've got to reduce blood viscosity of your blood stacking up and it's not it's not to intrinsic and extrinsic blood pathways it's due to sell stacking up because of antibody fusion protect your walls stop free radical damage lower the intensive converting enzyme activity etc.. It does a lot of things that otherwise you'd have to take drugs for wouldn't it exactly yeah yeah I can tell you I personally take a lot and I would auditor nervous system toward para sympathetic calm rest healing relaxation during our fight or flight not not only component that the removes so we have the actual American original version that Your Dad's Sammy him developed so that's is upstate do care for me now what did you do this muscles are cramping bodies feels we I feel like I'm living Nepal's the blood vessels okay let me let me be a little simpler I like to bring back to audit called Childish Argh Amer School of Hypertension eligible the the people wh what do you think people think is hypertension hypertension house that we know so you take Bill Bray and by battles because I want it singled oxygen hydroxy radicals which is most persistent and four capsules three times a day fifteen jobs is the same one capsule you can kind of make that equivalent the tinctures amazing and we test every batch yeah you're sluggish forgot and then you didn't take any the luggage just left her body right amazing why did you do this to me you don't love me anymore Jia who does your your talk to you like that kind of give you kind of a the bio-molecules under proper narrow range the actor there so you need to tax and secondly you need eight garlic garlic is two major actions you can and we have people say hey I got the original Formula Yeah I tried it doc it's working better than the crap I was on yeah not do very well with my cardiovasc- pretty amazing stuff reports Har- taking regularly say hey I forgot McCurry don't feel good today yeah you're talking to you said Yeah I'm making the milk thistle and then we have the the Milton was very important because it's going to stimulate the detox I mean the future you didn't take your your body ever talk to you like that I always take my car so impotence depression fatigue falls all kinds of stuff right amazing stuff if you're a neurologist the most important herb for detox is milk thistle it's universal student delivered a detox and Larry GonNa Balance Your Immune System your the smallest one is our hydrogen h duplex but bill Brady's berries actually I'm working on a Formula I may be releasing actually much I'm going to call it I want to call it of course fifteen jobs people's one capsule the every sausage for it every size version is two capsules a day a big person three according to many people attorneys are interested in making money attorneys are interested in using up your time journeys are pretending that they are controlled illegals the premium two soft gels twice to three times a day usually twice a day and co kitchen supreme ubiquitous. All I'm GONNA give you magnesium to counteract calcium in your artery walls make me he didn't WanNa get caught now I wouldn't use looney attorneys are how can I say this system which really they're just playing like a numbers game if somebody that's gambler attorneys are going to play you like you know like review that so let's see yes I let's go over what I would do for heart disease number one CARDIOVASC- number two I'm going to add Omega license which is really good for the very upset your val usually three to four capsules at least twice a day I'm going to give you the oxen's these guys tried to steal the formula knowing what components were use Ronca bone from the wrong place on batch and the their product is inferior a guy selling a numbers it's GonNa Keno Table in Las Vegas whatever you gotTa understand when you file it actions living drives the judges to reduce your Ari Wall stiffness and inflammation so I may use an Antici Naser blood viscosity usually I'm no longer on heart and

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Episode 06: Wazina

Tell Them, I Am

15:55 min | 2 years ago

Episode 06: Wazina

"Before we start a quick reminder that if you haven't had a chance to listen to episodes zero go back and check it out. I promise it'll make this episode a lot better. Okay. On with the show my sophomore year of college. I came back home for three weeks when her break. But when I came home on winter break, my mom didn't let me out the door without asking me. If I needed a sweater. My dad would literally come in and open up the blinds because I slept in too late. If I stayed out past nine pm, I'd get a million tax asking where I was. When are you coming home? I was the worst of all I would stop out of a room in a huff. My tax semi my mom were all caps. Ultimate yelling teenager. No matter what I did. I reverted to old behaviors and was just stuck. So six months later, I'm back at school. And I get a call from my mom. Your dad's been having heart pain? So we're going to take him to the hospital for an Andrew Graham tomorrow. That's when they passed die through a person's arteries to figure out if they have blockage. And if they need a stent or a surgery. I remember my dad putting on the hospital gown and going off to the operating room. We're all making fun of him. And how silly he looked and like five minutes later the doctor comes back out, and she's like all of your dad's arteries are like ninety nine percent blocked. If you leave the hospital now, he could die of a heart attack any second. They schedule him for bypass surgery at seven AM the next morning. My dad recovered fine. But honestly, he came back a little different. He's so much more patient. Now, he even sleeps in himself. It kinda makes sense. I mean, he came close to death and I change to. I still revert to shitty teenage Michel when I go home. And I mean, we still argue sometimes my dad's still nags me expects me to win the Olympics and the Nobel peace prize all at once. But the pattern broke when he had the surgery we both see each other a little differently now. Like, it widened the aperture of how we could see each other. I'm Michelle you said this is tell them I am. Was he is a sex educator. I am the eldest of four. So there's me and my sisters arena and singing who are about eleven years during the night Niamh. And it's funny because I realize that even when I talk about my siblings, I say Serena singing was and then there's Adam. Ataman I eighteen months apart. He's eighteen months younger than I am. And we grew up very close to one another or forced to be close to one. Another. My mom always said like you don't need friends I birth to three other siblings. Because adamant I were still so close in age, but also because of our genders within the context of being Agan and Muslim and I interested in the United States. We couldn't have had more different upbringings, very much entrenched in a double standard was treated like a prince and did whatever he wanted while I was like the overachiever and over compensator for any short comings that he had. So it was more like the second mom and Adam was a child. Is an was left handed, and it was an interesting point of contention between my parents, and or just like in my grandparents and aunts and uncles who because be using your left hand. Thumb carry some negative, baggage and connotation, that's that's not you shouldn't be eating with it. It's not clean hand. I just think back like God that that that meal tastes good to him. If he was forced who's been critiqued or given such crappy feedback for something, that's so nape. So use your left hand and even his handwriting was always pretty poor. And I think there's always this thought that like he's messy, and he doesn't right? Well, because he uses his left hand as little kids was an atom would hang out with each other all the time. I think out of a ni- were more cuddly playful, and maybe that's just because we are all sort of. Younger where like you? There's no reason for you as brother and sister boy and girl to not be playful and just do everything together group in flushing and queen's it's a super super diverse community of area residential, it's like as suburban can get in a borough. He would go to the park. Probably I would say about a couple of times a week the part we were in a s- called bound park. And I think it's still there in queens, flushing? My primary memory of it is just a lot of earth tones and Brown, not very lush. But I do remember there being this like brick all around us in replaying in. I think must have been like a sandbox or sandpit, and I was playing an all I remember was the kind of sharp pain, but it also felt really hot top of my head. And then all the screeching and screaming of the my mom, and my maybe answer whoever were there. Adamant thrown either loose break or rock into sand pit and it hit the back of my head. You know, clearly, I don't think my like four or five year old brother is like trying to take me down. But created this internalize rift between the two of us that maybe we weren't actually as close. I I I don't have I really internalize this as something. But I think somewhere in my brain, maybe other folks, also being like your brother hit you in the head. So in my kid, brain, you make meaning, and so I think I made meaning of it as like adamant, I r- maybe there's like this is like a pivot moment where like you're not as close or he doesn't like you or more than that. I don't think I'm supposed to like, you know, we had the psych little bit of a like a crack in our foundation. The lens with which was as he's autumn. And he sees her narrows the two of them. Don't have the relationship that was in a house with her sisters. She has her sister's name tattooed on the back of our arms. She tells them everything they're all super cuddly and loving with each other. But with atom there's a barrier. It was a Friday. And I want to say it was like springtime fall. But it was still like a really nice Friday where it wasn't dark. It was after school. All the neighbors were out playing which when I reflect back on being a kid. I don't ever remember moment. Really? Where my mom was super involved in socializing while we were playing like talking to the other mounds, but somehow all the kids of locker out on this Friday afternoon after work after school, and it was a pretty narrow block or are street was pretty narrow so to go cross the road disa- cross a street wasn't even road. Like probably was like ten steps. Can I remember Adam probably getting permission to go across the street? But he was just going from one driveway the next across the road, and in my, you know, my young brain. I mean, the car was speeding past. And all I knew that I looked up Adam had been hit by the car, and he was like up in the air, and they like hit the ground. and then again much like that being in that sandbox. There is the screaming yelling for by the women in my family are great at emoting screaming crying. So she was just, you know, just like yelling and crying. And also, the neighbors like the kids were responding to what had happened rooms screaming, and I just kind of stood there and realize my brother had been hit by a car and very quickly. I think ambulance came and my mom went off with Adam in the ambulance. And I was taken across the street to Debbie's house to wait for my uncle to pick me up. Debbie was my neighbor that lived across the street from us that night. My uncle Abdullah came over came to pick me up and he had a red sports car. I remember had tapes all over it. And I remember being driven to the hospital. We listen to Duran Duran no ordinary world like on. Repeat? I I still remember that song and the car. When Adam got hit a had the I had a moment where I think I was afraid that like I had lost him and a a sense of morning, which I don't know if I really felt like I was morning then but like in maybe think back now a sadness for what? Who he was supposed to be for me. And maybe all the things that he was actually for me that I never never gave a lot of credit or mind to never like really knowledged how essential Adams because I've never known my conscious life or being without my brother. Adam broke his collarbone. So his whole left arm is in a sling. So it can heal which meant he couldn't use his left hand his dominant hand. But after that, I felt like a more responsibility to him and for him afterwards, especially when he broke the collarbone broke. He he couldn't do homework. And so I had to take on helping this homework. And and so I would write his homework for him. But. And I think back on the snow, but I would write his homework for him in my left hand because it would match as bad, Henry, ding. I think somebody's I wanted to know that I I was okay with it that if you can't use your left hand, I'll use my left hand for you years pass. They both graduate Adam goes to jail and was goes to college more time passes was starts her career as a sex, educator, autumn gets engaged and the whole family's planning a wedding. Adam was in a rarely talk. So it's getting closer to the wedding was in his in line at a target one day with her partner at the time and her phone rings. It's Adam all the things that I had done up until that point have always like baited breath ridge psych, always waiting for the other shoe to drop to be found out, essentially, the other shoe was. Was that she's gay Adam guests on the phone and tells Xena that he got a phone call from my uncle the same on Chol in the red sports car say semi Tim along the lines of like just you know, like there's a lot of stuff, but was internet. She could really compromise your wedding. She could really compromise. How the other family, you know, accepts your family because there's some like really like loaded stuff or like night thinks that loaded, but like there's some like just bad stuff about her. That's like controversial. And just like it's going to ruin your reputation and the stuff that's out there on the internet is whatever's out there about was unin being queer and Muslim and thing just like saying that. Yes, I am both queer and Muslim. And when Adam told me this I. Started panicking because of. If this knows in every knows, and this is a really big deal. This is like my worst nightmare coming to fruition. Because now the families are talking. And then my brother said, you know. I looked up. What are said? And he's like you have you do great things. Like you've fans out there. He's like, you know, I I I think he's making a big deal out of it. But and just so, you know, I support you. I did say something along the lines of. I wish if you could like maybe you shouldn't just openly say your gay Muslim to which I said something like, Adam. I'm only saying it's okay for me begin Muslim because everyone else says that I can't begin Muslim. And I am. So I'm just saying that I am. He's like, okay. I get you. All these years was Adam one way Adam sees was one way. But when they're sees was in that one way when he pigeonholes her Adams instinct, isn't agree. It's to defend her. For Adam to defend me. And to just also that he Adam like a firm me like it was the first time. I got a family member. Other than my sister's being really loving, and affirming, and it really meant everything because then I felt like other shoe dropped in this moment where even if every family member, even if I parent have been looking me up, and I don't think they have been. But even if they had been no one had after at release said it or named it and it happens. I was like my biggest nightmare and a did happen. Adam. Like received this as much grace as you could. Which was to say like like, I support her. And I think he kind of like, I think in that moment also deflated this thing that could have been this really big deal and just kind of stopped by then. And there. You can learn more about was you know, on coming out Muslim dot com. Thanks for listening to tell them. I am I'm misuse of this episode of tell them I am with sound design by me and written by me with help from James Kim and Arwen nex Mary Naf as my producer and don't tell James Kim. But she's way more sassy than him. 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Dramatical. And welcome back. We have the amazing Elliott Austria, Lloyd field was applying here, and we're gonna go Sunday. Was going to give us any information that vital. And it's going to clear up a lot of things July four something magical would happen with characters tells all Lloyd, go ahead. Well, I think a lot of confusion is around July fourth date. I know they have the big event in Las Vegas for those that are tending that are part of the bars. Congratulations. He'll have a fun time. They'll have an ATM machine. They're probably one of the first where you to walk up to it and get your cash. Oh, good. Your gold out at center, but a lot of confusion around that life for his simply it's actually not that confusing. But I think it's important to understand what's really happening on July fourth KABC coined that they've created is now trading and it's starting to climb, and it'll keep climbing right through and keep going course. But it's up on ten cents. And on July fours. All they're doing is they're giving the option for people to convert one hundred of these coins into one gram of gold. Now there are a lot of other coys a lot. I'm saying, you know, ten fifteen whatever the number is that say they're backed by gold these cryptic quake. Backed by goals. Well, that's great. But being able to actually get your physical gold in your hand is a different model and of course, we know keribar is has everything going here that full payment system far more than just a coin backed by gold that you could actually get your physical goals on, July for you have a number of options open to you, as to what you can do a you can keep your coins, and why wouldn't you if they're continuing to climb in price on the exchanges me what characters is all about, is about helping people save gold in the event of a disaster. You know, like insurance, and so you can click a button in your carrot bits and count, where you hold your coins, and you can exchange them into cash gold at that point, and put them into a vault so to speak where you're saving goals. So you can click a button convert your TV senior, tear bene- cowed online, and actually. Say them in gold, one hundred coins to one gram, or one gram, going on news of the ICO cripple coins where you're talking about while they're the coins, they are no longer. Nice. She. Oh, they are the coins. They're all going to point. Okay, good. Call please continue their like bitcoin. They're just an all three thousand plus out there. So that is one option. You can click a button and convert them into gold in your account and put them into a vault. They storage vault where you're gonna earn from four to fifty percent a year extra gold. If you choose to leave it there, and secure, it, depending on how much you've got you get higher percentages. But you can you can take those out at anytime you choose to, but only once once you take them out. You can't vote anymore after that the other option is, of course if you want to convert them into goal walk up to eighteen machine that may have to be in your area. And it'll be up to the Phileas to put them. They're not carat bars is the affiliates that will be selling the ATM machines. Big money for those who have them. So you gonna walk up to an ATM machine you can just like you. You have with bitcoin machines. He'll put in your phone number, and we'll send you a cold you put the code in little. Fit on an address for that machine. We will then send your KBC to that address when they land there in the few minutes, you can then select do. I wanna take it out his cash to wanna take out his cash gold, whichever you choose to the smart thing to do if you want to convert your KABC cash come July for not gold. You'll have the option to go into goal. That's all it's happening July fourth. If you wanna take them convert them into cash, then simply sell them like you would the way you bought them your sell them into bitcoin, walk up to eighteen and take it out in cash right in your carrot bit just into the market sell them into bitcoin, and withdraw your bitcoin, many ways to withdraw your that bitcoin into your Bank account. If that's what you choose the smartest thing to do is to set up a cane merchant account, and then just send them to your k- merchant account and it automatically goes into your Bank account. He goes in his money. In other words right away. You have cash money on your. Yeah. Yeah. That is a great thing about the K merchant account and most people, don't get. Yes, but they will is anybody can set up that account free cell, whatever you're selling, even if you're not selling anything, you can create a shop attaching Bank account twos at K merchant account, which is free, and it's right there in your back office. You can click your own link set up your own account in the K, merchant, attach your Bank account, and now you can receive from anybody bitcoin theory, KABC, and without even thinking this is what's great about merchants because most of the time to figure out and understand the bitcoin that crypto receive KBC and in automatically splits into cash and gets deposited into their account. And that is a I. For example, we set up our merchant account although we haven't had anybody in the last few months purchase they can actually purchase with bars. Now all our products. Nutraceutical Newman, photon, whatever they can actually pass it. That's the that's that cares pay. That's the goal. But what I said, yes. Thing is people, you know, you can set up a free k merchant accounts through Karen, bars many affiliate. And of course, you can accept bitcoin theory, any crystals might be more later on KABC was well, there are no cost. So I stepped money. I can have big pointer KBC from anybody Liro costs to the merchant now they're paying their three and a half percent, credit card fees. So what a great way to accept payment for those who understand the crypto and of course with a new phone. It'll be in your wallet will automatically you know it'll be palpable. Limit. Tap it. And it'll, it'll send that to your to your K merchan- address. It is for that merchant. And it goes straight into their Bank account, if they choose or they can keep it in. Crypto, what's your which? Another layer of portability. He had a phone is just a wallet like wallop so say. Here's my predictions over the next say six years. The world economies teetering on collapse. We're seeing climate change, and whatever you wanna call 'cause whether to slower galactic cycles, and we have some source like elax during the commodity program to talk about that. But it's very likely you're gonna see a major claps and food supplies and international finances, caused by the expansion of we call leverage currencies, for example, the as three or four years ago, even the people that were making we call money from, from balloon currencies this stop making money. And so it's going on, as most of the current economies in the world. Or call our contracting except for America America's still growing. But everybody else Europe, China everybody else's in trouble. It's extremely likely that we're going to see some a major correction. I'm before we move toward a world. Purposes like Brenton woods were all occurrences. Are locked with each other in probably locked back eventually gold, because it's disconnection that has caused a lot of problems and its trade tariffs, for example, that are the result of that terrorist, by the way, always hurt international trade. That's why Trump is using them, but it'll eventually those tariffs will go away for examples, Mexico disappeared. The despair by the fall. When China finally decides they're gonna play ball and honor our intellectual property rights and not dumping inferior products in our market, and they're going to accept them, by our stuff, too. So the trade deficit will balance. So when I see happening though, during that hers quick, a lot of people are gonna lose a lot like in two thousand eight was the collapse. There are a lot of people lost their homes, a lot of people lost their, their savings for the retirement, and I expect to see as similar correction occur in the next couple of years, it's possible occur after Trump at maker before Trump, because there's powers to be don't want Trump reelected. And in fact, the people realize economists does well it's extremely unlikely. Even all these polls are coming out and saying that Trump is, you know, beaten by Bernie Sanders, or Joe Biden sleepy Joe conservatives, don't talk to pollsters. So when I hear these polls on thinking, I don't care if it's a Quinnipiac, or whatever poll, they're not valid. Okay. But what is valid is the world economy and World Food supply in the climate is under duress and build it even for farmers to grow food. So I expect to see a major correction the world economy as the deckchairs rearranged and international James set up. It's going to be painful out for time, and that pain could be if you're not saving and gold or like ICO coins, and so on. You're going to lose a lot of your wealth value, right? Well, the great thing about all of this is that I mean, gold is the basis of it. So as you know, claps happen insurance insurances in gold. We know the crypto coin is simply a crypto version of gold, when you if you think about is created. I think your seven or eight companies that sell goal by the Graham. But this is the only one that has a currency that actually exchangeable so you can have it in Germany in the Bank can have the or the gold cash sent to you. You can have it put in one of millions of micro banks, somebody's bedroom, or Bank or replacing Cervo country and he can exchange, the value, even though you physically don't transferred, which means it's totally portable totally hidden even from governments and corporations. Pretty cool thing. Yeah, yeah. The crypto over the big door for everybody in peer to peer transactions. And of course, this a lot, you know, I said at the beginning is there are a lot of coins say they're backed by gold. We'll go ahead and try to get your gold. You can't and caregivers Maher unique notably crypto that you can actually physical get your goals 'cause gold a whole system that allows you to conveniently use it as a form of exchange. Exactly what makes it very unique. My feeling that the world, economy's moving toward a combination of gold back, cryptocurrencies international exchange between countries rather than trade tariffs, and so on. And it's world moving toward of trade zones where a lot of the trade tariffs in the past that we're used to try to kind of protect their markets are gonna disappear and you're gonna see, especially with Donald Trump in office, or Weffer's after Trump are you're gonna see things work out. But in the meantime, it's going to be a little painful. It's like you know, it's like dealing with something that's medical requires a medical or surgical treatment, it's gonna require some surgery and some new delete tough dealing. And until Trump basically, the tough dealing hasn't happened. We basically let us be the piggy-bank for the world and the world basically can be sloppy life preventable Europeans, or the Chinese kind of stealing our intellectual property, and then trying to reproduce products and dumping back in our market, and it's making lazy. What's happening? A lot of companies are getting fed up with China's leaving China and they're going to Jason countries like that nam and Japan and other countries. And so, John is economy is contracted in the last year about thirty percent Europe is not growing ten years and Britain needs to get out of Brexit, so they can actually make trade deals with America because open trade is good trade, which means they need a by our cultural products. And we'll solar tech and go back and forth. We also need advanced technologies so we can protect ourselves against things like Kromah subjection of the sun for power grid. Doesn't go to through the solar spot. And we also need total recycling. So there's no pollution going into the oceans. The atmosphere is, oh, you can still have corporate responsibility in green Ingende without the idea reducing the world population or cutting the food supplies crashed into the world economy, like some morons wanna do. So. I think really positive about it. I think that you need to take protect yourself. Get involved with care. If you go to neutral, medical dot com, we have two lakes. We have linked to the karaoke bar coins and we coming to the, the all coins, which are basically these ones you mentioned when I bought them, they were sent a coin they're not worth ten cents probably going to play a bit from that, isn't it? Well, it's going to has to kind of pattern, certainly the fifty cents exchangeable value at July fourth now might not hit that, then it might be far beyond that by then who knows. But the only way by the Cape, BBC point, you must buy on change in order to do that. Now, you must first buy bitcoin, then transfer the bitcoin, and then make your purchase in the market in something that has KBC and bitcoin Perry. You know, we, we offer that as a service for people who may want to do that don't know how to trade don't wanna spend the time. And it's been. Learning curve. But you can just go to the carrot group dot com and it's all there or. Yeah. You can do yourself, whichever you choose. Right. Strictly neutral, medical the two links. I have for becoming a down line vanished becoming down line in our network, which nears the up line is, we have a regular show. So I can only sponsor to people. So if you join us, we're gonna put people under you. So you're gonna have a down line. But just joining us, which means you're gonna make money from people that just join underneath you because you joined us. So we have a very dynamic down line. Don't we? I mean dual team system. 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We're talking about cardiovasc- now. Arkady vessel is original one has seven hundred stickers. What it primary thing it does is never stops. Vaster davidge. Reduces blood viscosity improves perfusion improves, the parasol wave of non the heart. But the secondary felt like wave of your blood vessels to improve blood flow to your perfect and the flow back from your per free in your veins. Back to your heart. And let's go through those seven center just stick herbs. Because this formulas tested every batch, there's knockoff copies of try to copy, the for men don't have the right plan to the right on continent. But they don't test every batch to make sure the bio-molecules in a narrow range of bio-molecules in chromatography for every batch. We do. That's why it's got the highest rating in Canada which by the way, the most stringent guidelines for the highest medical grade. Nutraceutical on the planet. The two countries that have the highest rating standards are Canada and Australia. Now in America. We do have companies like the ones that make right. Private label there that level, but they don't have certification, where they'll say you got this certification. The other knockoff companies can't get that, certification because they don't follow and get right part flow of Platt from the right continent, and they don't test every batch to make sure the bio-molecules direct narrow range for every batch of product comes in the tincture or the capsule. So let's go through all seven synergistic. Components. Sure. So the. Hawthorn and it's me. The leaf and flower extract, not the brothers. From, from the European grown Hoffer. And if you wanna think of jocks, which people take out making heart contract better. This is like a hostage is like relative of Jocson. It makes your contract and your blood vessels. Remember now, if you look at the equations, and again, most people don't know to twenty and fluid dynamics I do. And if you look at the non Newtonian fluid dynamic equations by peach physiologist, which most cardiologists don't understand, and the cardiologists do have visibility publish. This end cardiology journals that you have a personal way from your heart heart attacks. And then Paul, Celtics surger shearing force. It's the arteries and he secondary contraction under the economy and the media layer of your arterial walls pushes the blood towards your perfect. You also get the recent nitric oxide. So you need to have the heart pulse, and the blood vessels pulse to push your blood future perfect. And that's what this does. It's Vitek sin, and it's from the right part of the plant leaf and flower next component. Then we have the, the garlic. Which is a age garlic and has two properties. It gets rid of engines, and converting enzyme, which is elevated with hyper-tension and kills down bacteria and other viruses, like that can infect your early walls, cause vascular disease is not sterile next component. So then we have the, the bilberry, bilberry is other than hydrogen, which is a small stylized bland, the oxygen, and we ever, h duplex hydrogen to get rid of hydro, peroxy Radic, which is hydrogen and Bill Bray is a major anti-oxidants small enough to be dialyzers, which means it goes through all your solid, organs, your brain, your skin, your bones, and grabs free radical, so really good deal next component. So we have the Geico kinko's gonna lower blood viscosity now this is the one component. They pulled from the Canadian version of the product and it's important to understand that you need to reduce by the Scots, if you're gonna make the blood flow easier and make the heart and by. Be more effective to pump certain amount of vibe of laud was high-viscosity, so very important by the way, the free radicals, we've mentioned before prevent the oxidation of classroom. All the form. Nine nor nail hydroxy cholesterol, an oxidizing fatty acids to form would call debars oxidized fatty acids. It can when you're macro fashion, which means big eat or sell these things oxidise plus role and oxidise fatty acids. They don't die informs in calif-, sell reaching cyber like him onto the plaque and platelet layers like a tar paper shack in. Hey, what you wanna do? You wanna visualize in your mind. You don't want free radicals attached to proteins, Wrens eight. You don't wanna accidents classroom fatty acids. That's why these things work so nice together. Next. So then we have the, the Cayenne kind is gonna release nitric oxide, your body has three gas system. In fact, when you travel at high altitudes sherpas, eat herbs actually released, venture Koksijde. This Cayenne is going to release oxide released your oxygen was the axiom globe into your tissue and without nitric oxide. Your body can Reese, for example, semi babies. Don't release nitric oxide. Tweet put nitric oxide dinner, isolate, when you take this increases that we also have another formula we have inside called super knocks. Yup. Released metric oxide. And we're working on an upgrade to the supernarks tablet to make laws version that's even more powerful. But that's why this is important. Lobby people just take Carney, vastly. Don't take all the formulas able limited budget. They just take Vassar blood pressure. Profusion improves next component. So then we have the Valeri learning is going to balance your by toward para sympathize or healing calming and reduce stress. So we just distress Nebraska and the blood vessels stress hormones like the narping Ephraim dopamine stress being fee radical stress meeting spasm. So very important. It moves you toward your stem cells towards stem cell regeneration healing to nets component. We would have the, the milk, Sissel get enough fissile, actually. Yeah. Melt, Cecil basically is, is, is a major stimulant to your liver to detox our diet nowadays. North America's laced with toxic pesticides organic compounds or absorb from the atmosphere and the plants toxic water used recycled actually goes into our soil. They're using believe it or not in some places where they call Ganic gardening was called a level two or level three water. That's recycled from places like they venting where they us basically. Hydrothermal. Power generation northern California and believe it or not recycling the water to serve your veggies. So recycling water that comes from, you know, called toilet tap. That's kind of a very euphemistic term. It's not just toilet. It's industrial waste to your food. And so you're not taxing finding like Jerry Rogers said, years ago, you're tying. So this helps you toxic by universal talk detox vacation signal to your liver. Pretty cool stuff. Now, I add other things, too, that I had to make a scream probe or Monica's, ride, and co Q ten and coca Jansa preemies back when all reserve for across your blood brain barrier in our cookie. Tens, the only one that doesn't crystallize I add vascular carnitine the spark to make sure to reach contact, I add license the most tolerated magnesium for your search trollers as central purple circulation. I add things not free radicals singled, auction radical carnitine de-link neutral and. Sell, and ultra Siam and be one key. Delays Selby talks glued asylum. H two, flex rid of nitro hydroxy proxy, radical and gamma e plus has took a tree house and took afire fear. All's to get rid of Nitra proxy, radical. And then we have cell defense, plus which is our super absorb former Kumon. That's if there's one in the world. That's most sacred most powerful recoupment gets it of cancer mother cells stem cells turns outside accounts, heart disease, and turns off out of mutilation joined information. It's really amazing stuff topical procurement gel. We have the Kirk this coming capsule. And we're working on another Cohen pocket mixing drinks that will be coming online in the next few weeks, so you can take this powder and put it in your drinking. It's going to happen. Tax heck outta here. So let's important understand you don't get heart disease out of the blue and it's not caused my house. You have high cholesterol, do not take a cholesterol, lowering agent. If you're female you increase. Is your risk of training, diabetic two hundred forty percent in two years. If you're one hundred fifty to two hundred percent so don't take HMV Corey reductive inhibitor. We have Neil vascular triglycerides. We have things stabilize earlier. If you're getting fatty liver, which basically means your liver, the first levels when you're earning hypertensive is your muscles, and your blood vessels are getting insulin resistant. When you're never gets insulin resistant, you get fatty liver, and you can actually your liver and go by if you get fatty liver can give you liver hepatitis go. See you later never nice to know you and then when you were get insulin resistance to your brain, you get what's called dimension dementias were Astra sites. No longer use sugar for fuel and crank K create an action potential Ori or graphic network of cells talking to each other, not good. And if you talk to the doctor, you know, any of the spinal chemistry they don't understand the diabetes, muscular disorder primarily Sweden muscle. They don't understand that hypertension is tied directly insulin resistance per free. That when you give some resistance in your liver, your liver's kind of screwed because the master organ makes all of your molecules, even for site Dopson until so cardiovasc- is pretty important. In fact, we tell people no matter what else you're taking going to take vitamin max screen Pro Bowl is other things, you gotta have credit vast. So if. Do you have any health problem? Joints inflammation. Autoimmune disease are thrive is pain migraines. You gotta be taken Cardi events. No matter what else you got a migraines. Take up arms will be twelve under your tongue by coq ten supreme ubiquitous all and put bring make powder on your tongue migrants. Less than five minutes better than the drug. So we have. So what did you think for read? I mean I'm really impressed with cardiovasc- may have the picture as well as the cap fifteen drops. Tincture equals one capsule, I think forecast twice a day because I find most people are you can get him. Do it twice a day routine. Trying to get people to three times a day. The affable, screw up and drop the third routine and not taking off. Yeah. Reach Email needs to caps twice a day, every size male three calves price today, at least up to three times a day. I think I feel good at four caps voice day. Really good stuff. And, you know, I want people understand it works on multiple levels for vascular disease as we say already it reduces blood viscosity releases nitric oxide helps lower homocysteine levels, provincial arteries from getting damaged health reverse calcification arteries, you can do a Neva are turning on Venus study for large Chevy's, new strong cardiovasc- in I've had people take cardiovascular on. And they go back six months later in the vascular surgeon doesn't can't do surgery as I say, we ruin his plans to buy a bigger vote by doing surgery in your legs and getting fifty one hundred thousand dollars. Dammit. Billy that used to be a song that by niece, unfortunately died a few years ago. My brother's daughter, Jedda, bad car, accident and died of the complications, which you made up the song. Call Vam Billy, you know, before became doctor Bill, I was Billy, my father's name was Bill and I was kind of kid that never reached the age of four and two year olds will ask questions start talking three year olds questions. Make parents be really upset because they make them feel stupid. But I have no intentions of ever becoming four which means I'm not going to shut up. And I'm gonna ask tougher and tougher questions. I'm sixty seven and a half and I've asked more tough questions. Most people alive thousand years. I don't think I know everything, but I'm gonna keep on asking questions. I really don't think I do know I things will be better than the average person because ask enough questions. They don't seek the answer. I think about a question like does your heart pump the blood around your body, and the average doctor patient older, of course it does Harvey's at five hundred years ago. It pumps the body. I said, okay, how does the body the heart pump the blood back to himself as ever giant straw, suck black back from your per free? Does a heart do all pumping or do your arteries contract in response to the parasol wave of the heart that pushes perfectly, hypertension? It's simply lazy arteries. So think of the heart is like a warehouseman guy that's going to be the head guy. And he's got ten guys working for the arteries and the army guys side to take a break that's called, hypertension. That's cardiovasc-. Fix tells them straighten up you're going to get fired to those guys that make sense. So it's Neva cardiovasc- could actually normalize physiological process. So if you're on four drugs for an pretension, maybe you need to. If you're in heart failure, let's aren't fire. It should actually be called blood vessel failure. Because your heart starts to fail. If your blood vessels fail when you're bud vessels fail. Eventually, they're like leaving garden hose, the sunlight, eventually calcified, and it's hard and won't contract just lays there in the sun way to be stupid enough to turn the wire spray on your face. Krakow's right. So that's what we're dealing with. And the problem is if people don't look at that now I tell people if you wanna do fancy, cardiovascular profiles likes this dog dies dog, bud viscosity, cardiac markers. Meridian valley, labs radio labs in round rock taxes. Or if you wanna do a Endo pattern, they'll see, like second, send you the link and you can go to a local cardiologists, and they can test your blood viscosity, and your profusion of your fingerprint free, run temperature or blood flow. So everything I say is based on science, not just damned eagles opinion. It has to have numbers numbers. So you wanna stay. 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Artist actually take pictures of majors things like weddings, and so on, but also do video art, which is kinda cool. And so you got lots of say artistic talents, and your website is call role Rome picks R O M E dot com to go back and forth, Italy. And you consider the top place for if you wanna call it collections of art in Europe. And you probably cracked there's lots of nice places in Europe. I mean I watched Samantha. Brown and talking about or travelling Europe, Spencer, Brown's Europe, when she's quite funny, you probably before around, but. Yeah. You know, maybe usually have show like that. You know, you go over there and do. Rebecca star price show of Italy. There's I know from without mentioning specific names, some top people get your recent book. And when did that book come out, which is purchase of all kinds of art? I think it's called. Is is a call? Right. And I think that came back and not long ago didn't it? Yes. It's raising for fitness, so shifts my shipped copies of it all over the world news. Eland off Trillium anytime all over Europe to Italy, even we've lost, and all faiths, and of course, I have many, many many, many Canadian clients as well in customers. I don't know. But there, there are a lot of travel loving Canadians. I guess out there who love Italy, because that's gotten a lot of a lot of sales from there. But also Jordan Peterson used to promote my stuff, sometimes when he was doing some patronage stuff back of, you know, several months ago, and so I also get a lot of people interested in the book because of that. While now you have pictures of various sites, there of the book, determinedly helped a lot of touring around. Italy idea of Maine places off the beaten path way, too, so they can get idea of the amazing art. And I guess here's the question. I'd ask, why is it so important to be a, a decent reasonable and fully developed humid? Wise are so important. Even if you are the leaf artistic person, you know, and you don't have a creative bone in your body, that it's been a portent part of life, the way, a some knowledge of math and from knowledge of sciences, and some knowledge, even say, you know, athletic, I'm not terribly athletic person. But I know what noth- on the plumber, and that has rich, my life that has made me, less narrow and side and have opened my world up for. And that, of course, art in Ovid up my world and tremendous away. But I liked him. Look at it, whether you're an art lover or someone who feels overwhelmed by our in our history, or that, that is important because of the, the history behind are the stories that are being told and, and sculpture and painting and the philosophy that gets woven into art as times, and even the psychology and the emotion behind our and, and also, if you're a believer in higher consciousness or the collective unconscious, or in God, that or higher being than you can think of almost sort of, like liver of divinity captured in, in ration- that, like a truly great artists guests when they're trying to convey. Inside is them out, or the trying to capture some beauty or meaning that they see in the world, and they want to translate, it people. They want to present it other people. Static is like an inner equilibrium, you know, like enter Librium. In other words, burnt being human just live in the time space, but also have higher wisdom or knowledge. The Chen sentence words, there's a portion of the turtle and every human being and the eternal is actually crystallized in the sequence in the golden triangle. That's why there's Vic mathematical formulae for beautiful face or figure your art. So that these mathematical archetypes actually, you're not only recorded they're recording every living thing every plan to retrieve every flower has the fifth Naci sequence in the golden triangle. It doesn't it. Oh, that's a great point. That, that, that there is a marriage of, of math and science than is like woven before you were born before we were thought of Wolman into beauty. And that's why India probably sex us as easy as it does the even you know, if you didn't find a person's youthful at one point, especially in your in your in our early youth. Then we wouldn't I don't think fallen long the same way and beauty means many different things that doesn't doesn't just mean looking to metrical it can also be a beautiful energy that someone views or something, you know. All place in marriage of all the, the. This is the stuff of life. So to speak. That's, that's mostly. One. Well, the three different realms I call the of being there's the realm of the everlasting, which means there's time space decay, and change in energy. That's the room time. There's the realm of the of consciousness, or spirit, or soul, which is connected through the court living waters, who are pioneer bland to were higher self. And then there's the realm of the turtle every single living being and everything in the universe has a seat atom of the turtle in it, literates mountaineer person, or frog or tree or little bug. Everything has a element of the eternal. So what you're seeing when you actually see ours. You're seeing a shadow of the turtle, that's, that's literally inside everything even going through changes in the ever lasting in our world. And what makes you in being different is there is a portion of us that transcends just time space. There's a portion of us that transcends our own personal being, which means we're a collective consciousness. Now, if you're an impasse, and I remember. Hearing, the story back in nineteen seventy six when I was a medical student, and I won't get into the whole story. But basically artists all impasse. They basically all pick up. There's an impasse beauty to a scene. Let's say the right lighting certain time of the day, I was watching recently. Brown going to say century, you're someplace where at certain times a day, lighting us is certain way and it conveys something to, to someone that's an artist that particular time that means something special to them. They may not even be able to describe and physical words, but they can just drive it in their paintings, or even our music. And I think what it does transcends level of our consciousness, that transcends even words explain something he turn all or wisdom that transcends words or whatever. But there's a linkage there. And so that's why people understand, for example. I'm wearing work on quantum physics of the biology. And I believe there's a tie into art because in a sense, DNA is like the art form of the crystallization of, of God to create living things like flowers, flower arrangement company now and want. So if you wanna get your flowers, they can contact you and you can send them a wall of hours reminding or big ceremony and his. Wall flowers will are made of silk. I look like real flowers last for years, rather dying. You know. And so this is another artful thing you provide tell masala with that, too, because you got your fancy book, but now you've got this and also, I don't know. Are you tore guiding at all to Rebecca you've been tour guiding over in Italy, or, or maybe even working with travel channel to set up a series of travel towards because that'd be really cool. If you traveled Italy, and winters, main spots, and actually major serious. 'cause I'm sure you have a lot more art knowledge than Samantha Brown, millipedes, people restaurants and shows beautiful buildings look, I'm sure that you would have a really good travel. So if you did. I think it's something I've wanted to do for years. So I probably would I haven't been back to Italy twenty seventeen but I, I definitely would like to go probably twenty twenty and do something like have the equipment to do it. You know, I can shoot films there and I have so much twenty years of knowledge as a place and. Treasury contacts people even listening that might contact you to say, hey, we can offer this, that I have a new contact and maybe pass on that can actually may get you some connections, because I think you should get over there, and spend a few months and travel, around makes them real, nice videos, and then offer these videos in your books for people that want to travel and understand art and understand culture. Because, as we lose culture, we lose a good portion of what it is human. We're seeing that now where people are totally in rich in stranded into their cell phone, or their computer, they're blue screen, and they're losing a portion of what it is to be human by becoming totally digitize their losing the idea. Perceiving are, aren't they? You know, probably. And then there are people argue that, you know, a we'll get good enough that they can do you know, masterpieces eventually, I don't care how technical they are. I still find it hard to believe that there are me the way that human person that human did. I mean, even you know, someone thousand years ago, or four hundred years ago, true throw could could make something and think of part of the quote unquote perfection is the imperfection perfect, right? Analog of stuff, sesame consciousness, plus brainpower plus human experience, plus the motion, but soultions everyone call it and. Gentleman from Australia's an expert in reverse speech, and I believe, leave everything has reversed speech embedded. In other words, talk, your soul or the higher self talks reverse speech because across boundaries oh between physical and the negative world of consciousness, reverse beach. I believe in an artist doesn't statue or painting, there's actually intelligence embedded in that art that speaks from incense turnkey. So when people look at not just look into the picture, there's something speaking to their soul directly by, in a language that transcends English. In other words, it's reverse beach. Maybe some way of actually pulling that out from the art. We know that from language we can do that, and phrases, and so on, on a reverse speech and see what people are actually saying. Like you do that. Mean for example, if I want people in mean at a meeting, I leave aren't those the same thing I believe that art is artist doesn't five hundred years ago. Let's say Leonardo Davinci or. Or, or Gulf, or whatever when they make a piece of art that aren't actually speaking, eternal words from the art that talks to our soul. I don't think it's just like I don't think it consumate. They, I you may want something that looks artistic issue, but it has to be coming from someone who has a soul to speak their, their soul words into the air, don't you think? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Definitely set fly. There were concentrated then and particular life. The renaissance baroque romanticism Dutch, golden age. They were all different different time, periods of art, but they were a condom was such a concentration of genius and beauty because energy was like Cohn. That culture really stri. Exactly. Yeah. So visit Rome picks Earl EMMY PIX dot com being aware this amazing book chasing beauty in Italy. Order some flour walls for your special ceremonies. Actually contact Rebecca VO tours and information over in Italy next year. Thank you Rebecca done amazing show again, we'll see next week and visit Rome picks and get amazed.

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Sting - 10-27-1999  Channel 103.1/Los Angeles

The Nicole Sandler Show

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Sting - 10-27-1999 Channel 103.1/Los Angeles

"It's the new channel one zero three one and KBC. Oh, it's our pleasure to welcome sting to studio c. Thank you for coming in today. Here we just heard a song called desert rose. It's found on the brand new album, brand new day, and it's kind of a brand new thing for you got a new band with you until this time almost the brand new band puff Dominic Miller, who's been with me from ten years now but I've many catch a on drums. And Chris, boaty, trumpet, Jason Rabelo on keyboards. Michael kipah, also on keyboards, who was my co producer and you just started a four nights stand at the universal amphitheater here in Los Angeles last night with your new band. How, how long have you been playing together? We being played together for a couple of months than we did a wound up in Vegas with the three nights in Vegas. Then a couple of nights in San Francisco and Santa Barbara San Diego. So now we're ready for LA and feeling good yet. Feels it feels great. You know, people say that the LA audience is really tough, but let's not offend a very warm. Very accommodating, very understanding. Sweet. It was a fun crowd last night. In fact, you told a story about your experience in Las Vegas? You, you had your first earthquake. I've been coming here for twenty years, but never been enough quick, always managed to slip in between them. I found it very humbling and exciting at the same time. I did not know almost killed in this earth. Quake and no one really seriously hurt. So it was a good one to be in. But I kind of enjoying it very perverse way. You were in Vegas and on a very high floor in a hotel, solicited. It's Lauren it was it was going it really was going. But I didn't think of quick immediately I thought it was a vibrating bed. You know, those things in the seven day in. Daughter in the slot year for the quarter had vibration, and then it's to get heavy I thought, maybe as poltergeist something or somebody having a great time upstairs. But as quick, was my last thought might there, be a, a song about an earthquake coming anytime in the future enough. Don't okay. Okay, the new album is called brand new day. And that is also the name of the first single you've got guitar in hand. Do you want to do it for us? This is pretty early in the morning for me. I don't I don't sing usually before five in the afternoon. So what time are we know? Well, we are taping this at eleven twenty but, but people will hear it at three this afternoon. News of my three o'clock voice on them. We'll, we'll see what happens. Okay thing is with us in studio. See channel one zero three, one in Los Angeles KABC, oh and Denver. Many people out there have been some kind of love affair, then how many times do you swear that you'd never love again. Many sleepless nice many lies. How many finds why would you wanna put yourself through all of that again? Lovers pain. He used saying love is a cruel and bitter way of pain back all the faith you ever had in your brain. Good be what you need the most can leave, you feeling just like a ghost. You never wanna feel so sad loss. Again. A one day you could be looking through an old book and rainy weather. So you picture of a smiling at you when you was. Together, you come walking down the street on the show, your chance to meet, but that same all smile. You've been thinking, I'm all. Why don't we turn the clocks zero on us album? Stocks found the money was starting up a brand new. The clock all the way back. I'm begging her to take me back on the brand. Drew zero boss. The rivers wide swim across starting. Starting up a brand. General o'clock. I wanna be no fun. A. Kluber. Starts out really kind of sad in and picks up and, and turns into kind of a happy song of those very hard to write a happy completely happy, love song, you end up sounding glib or smug. You know, hey, I'm in love and everybody else can go to hell whereas to begin in a in a negative way guy saying never gonna fall in love again because I've been through it and it's pain. And I going to turn into something interests me. I think it happens. You know, just a glance the way somebody looks at you and happens on, you're not expecting it to have. Absolutely. I got to speak with you once before, and it was at a particularly good time, I think, in your life, and we talked about happiness and, and how that comes about new. You seem even better now, things are are good for you. My intention is to get old to get happy. Unto get better at what I do. I just thought about music as a person that's. Whether working on it. But that's my intention. Oh, that's what emanates musically when, when you first started with the police, you drew very heavily on reggae, and now it seems like you've branched out into inches more aspects of world music. Is that what you're listening to these successfully managed to to avoid labeling? The labeling processes is very limiting as soon as somebody can put a name on what you do then it's over. So if managed to avoid that I'm looking to help anybody out by giving myself a label now I just like music and all kinds of music and challenging yourself and maybe you're bandmates as well. That's my job. You know, I have some of the best musicians in the world, and I have to engage, intellectually, technically, they need, they need to be challenged, and they need to be interested in what we're doing. So that's my job, right? Any thoughts on the approaching millenium any, any like mind altering relegation revelations to come up. I think there's a lot of a lot of nonsense talked about the millennium, you know, as if it's going to be some kind of Magadan some kind of doomsday scenario. I'm not buying into that at all. I think it's rubbish. I think let's look at it as an opportunity. A new beginning and you start let's mega better than the lesson. She couldn't be any worse, please. So my, my strategy the life generally is optimism is to be able to mystic. And I think why two K of course there will be problems with the computers. Everybody knows that. But if you look at it in a slightly different from different angle, the zeros are, are symbol of rebirth. So that's the way I look at it. That may be why brand new day is the title of the album. I wanted to be an optimistic title. I think that's, that's the only strategy diamond life. All right. Well sting as it's a pleasure to have you in here. Thanks so much for coming by. We're going to go out with another song from the new album, brand new day called after the rain has fallen you are in the midst of a four night, stand at the universal amphitheater here in Los Angeles, no dates yet, for Denver, but we're told maybe this summer when you come back, you'll you'll hit Denver stink. Thanks for coming by channel one or three one. A budget. Sorry about my croaky voice, but lead tonight, it'll be perfect. Thank you.

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New dramatical network wanna listen to the show live just go to neutral medical the top link. You're actually be able to open up link to our medical network. You can listen to so alive. Lots of different ways of doing that. We also have may podcast platforms. You can sign up and get him sent to you free. There's no charge Spotify. Tune in I tunes Google play. Soundcloud, and we also send all the show's over to YouTube as well as read over efforts. We also transcribe all of the shows and actually take out twenty-second Pippa segments that are sent over to Facebook and Twitter, we have failed here top expert on care Parsons, lots of things to talk about here for the full hour lasting will bring on Gary France use or applied and he has his own network. We're gonna talk about that. Because he does some amazing. I would call a minority of the people even an alternative media. Great Gary is great in terms of presenting information video. So you've got lots of topics to cover this off with the main topics. You mentioned just before we started today. Let's start the beginning care Pires. It's fantastic way to save money and gold by the Graham, I we also have keribar coin we've got the exchange. We've got the new phones let's go each of these systematic, and we have lots of time today. Great anytime. Thirty starts at the beginning. Let's talk about care parts. I your up line even involved as for years now to be this is something that people should be saving their money resources in Khairpur goal, which is a currency that is now crypto, and it's also go by the Graham fantastic way to save. I don't buy gold coins anymore. I buy care pars. I also bought a lot of I think quite as well. So tell me what. The latest on the care partners. Well, cared bars. Is we know is they started as carat bars back in twenty eleven twenty ten and for seven years six plus years. I served on the council, and we went through the process of trying to create a small weight gold money system and challenging Nobody'd ever done it before. There was you know, what we're what didn't work, and we were always meeting weekly to try to to move it forward. And it was all about saving goal, of course. But saving in a way that the majority of people could save which is small enough costs, which is small rate gold, but more importantly doing it automatically. So you don't have to think about that. People can save gold or the majority can't. So that's involved. And of course, so year and a half ago, they moved into the crypto space because of what crypto currencies were doing and what they're all about created their own crypto currency actually to Ulta coins one is on the exchange in its next couple of weeks. It's really going to come onto the big exchanges. But that's being one of them, apparently, but it has evolved and is starting to. Grow the whole intent behind the crypto is that it's exchangeable into their their goal their cash gold. And so it really becomes a gold back to gold based crypto currency that exchangeable into gold gives it a real true value that's measurable and that happens on July fourth. And in fact, they turn the switch on their cumulating gold, putting it into the vaults to back the gold coin, and the switches turned on July fourth, which means starting July for anybody was any amount of these KABC the first point they've got out. Anybody was one hundred dollars can convert them into one grand which today, of course, one gram of gold is fifty cents so fifty dollars roughly. So it's about a fifty cent value per coin and July fourth from today's four and a half to five cent value. Quite a bit. I bought them when they were like one or two cents. So that's going to drink. Yeah. Back then we all got a bonus. So of our point seven cents and much as much as we convinced you're trying to tell people to do it. You know? Dollars. So I was clever. Tell me why say look, here's what's happened to the world economy. The international debt is levers by the IMF by the World Bank's. And they're the largest part of the dead actually is speculation on the actual value of exchange instruments, which means it's not real value like copper steel or or filtered water, or whatever or manufactured goods like TV's and computers. It's actually speculation. And eventually the currencies are going to have to go back to like Bretton Woods system, which was developed in Bretton Woods New Hampshire back many years ago after you know, before the end of the second World War, the became the Bretton Woods plan where it was backed by gold, but it's going to have to be cryptocurrency because gripped on means you get past. What's called the swift system were Bank, transfers or credit cards? Right now, if you have a an account with care bars, you can buy sell products anywhere in the world and buying salt with crypto. And of course, it's going to be mashed with the idea of ATM's in the fall that are gonna come out and timber round the world and people can right now, actually like I have an account set up where if people wanna pay for their supplements was crypto. You know care for coins that's perfectly fine. And so what's going to happen is you're gonna see a transformation of the world economy toward a global crypto Abang goal baecker ency. I know there's an attempt to few years ago Chinese working with the United Nations and world he green people to try to krypton is everything that's not gonna work you need something that can be put in a vault. You can have a million volts round the world, and you can even transfer value or ownership of specific currency inside of all in somebody else's place in different country, or you can actually have a transfer to you. So you can have it brought from Germany or another place to you as care points and cards and occurrence, he actually has gold in it. So this gives you portability like nothing in the world. It gives you stability because gold is not gonna very tremendously. There's now being made certification process and the two major minds that were bought by care bars are now producing because they have a pipeline through. Being serve certification. So in July fourth the amount of bold entering the systems through their their mind directly. Sue, the may serve occasion process means cryptocurrencies backed by gold, which is care pars is really gonna take off invite and are the crypto currencies trying to move into gold because a straight kept currency based on a blockchain or some other technology for preventing incursion into the blockchain of or sequence of numbers is nowhere near as valuable something has physical via that can be has a limited productive capacity and Albie macer location, which is like a bottleneck in the pipeline toward certifying. Gold is real not titanium or some other metal. They did they cut in some bars backing up Mike and Hong Kong few years ago, they discovered they were I think they were as Konia embar that we're actually coated with gold. They weren't really gold bars where they. Well, I mean, there's a lot of different coins up. I mean, we have three thousand old coins in the world growing, but there's a lot of different coins. That say they're backed by gold. That's great. But what characterizes created is a system that allows you to take that and literally use it as a full system payment in in gold around the world. So the whole idea here is sure let's get a crypto you're gonna change into gold. Great. That's that's nice as fantastic because it has all the benefits that we just discussed, but one of the most important factors here is actually two full one. They're creating their own blockchain their own main net. So that it's secure that only they will be on it. They're launching. Of course, the whole system that allows you to transact with their ATM with their Bank accounts that they've got with the school Standard Bank. And of course, they just launched their new impulse phone which comes out in October. Once the main net is ready in September. That will allow everything to be totally impossible to hack, and that is a big step for for this whole system. So a lot of stuff going lot going on here. And you know, the fact that we've got a tremendous opportunity right now to pick up this coin at under vice cents and and no without question. Not maybe it'll be valued at fifty cents come July. It will be because of the exchange value in devote headlong up from there. So there's a lot there's a lot of components here. But it's taken, you know, they've had a lot of things a lot of time to develop this. And it is an amazing thing. It's just sit back and really get your head around what they've created. And what's coming that will revolutionize the whole payment system for those the one advantage of it? And then eliminate the inflation cycle for for this whole gold based payment system. I I think this is very Lucien. What we have is very unstable situation because currencies are floating was each other international trade tariffs non-trade barriers and so on and the situation. Trump Trump is trying to stabilize by making fees like the US MC treaty with Mexico and Canada, there's likely to be in the next two years three years feet with Russia and China and Europe because the current situation with Britain that will probably resolve the next year. So with new director new prime minister as my feeling that the move toward a goal backstage. Asian is gonna make care person even more viable, if you're let's say leather worker in Brazil, and you want to build a buy leather stable currency your local currencies. He's not stable enough. Let's been destroyed. So you need a currency that you can actually rely on divine so material because a lot of times things cross state lines or countries all over the world to be rebuilt like parts for machine or leatherwork four. You're going to buy Italian letter to make something for a customer in Brazil, you'd be able to buy it under stable currency and same thing with nutraceutical. I mean, drugs everything to me is just make sense, doesn't it the world is contracting in terms of digital spaces. And. You know, this whole thing about being a stabbed currency. Well, right now, of course, all these million affiliates around the world, and many of those are very active, and that's really big component of this. That's what's driving the the and creating attraction for this coin, which many other all coins don't have. So just because it has the changeability into goal doesn't mean that. That's where the price will trade on the exchanges. However, commonsense, we'll tell you that it was it was exchangeable into fifty cent piece of gold in probably trade at least that high or higher and probably much higher as it gets more traction. But the other part of this is countries that have a mayor of Faial vault in storage are golden in vaults and in storage that can verify it can accept this system as a form this crypto as the form of Ayman for their country. And I know that any is one of the. I that are seriously considering that. So how many other countries will adopt? This who knows. But of course, you know, we both know there's going to be some reaction from from from some. But it's a great great system that we finally have a whole complete. System if you will that will allow anybody to have a gold based form of payment and make it very convenient that integrates completely into the existing terminal then everything else that are out there, which is important if it's ever going to be accepted you. Diverted to you can take your goal back care currency and log in for example, care for cash or cards or get regular local currency in whatever country is there. So when this comes out and September, it's gonna make portability. Tremendous. It also means a lot a lot of the. A lot of the fence for ability of money by let's credit cards. This is gonna take a lot of that away because people can have money stirs care what ours and transfer around the world and pay for things. Well, yes. But remember that with the whole carrot and bit exchange, which is what characterizes created a lot of things going on in there and cluding, you know, you can exchange and trade and create a market, you know, convert your KABC coins into bitcoin into a cerium into cash back and forth. I mean, that's really what they've created. But that little bit exchange that everybody who has characters account also has their own care at bid exchange automatically. And when you log in there that is where you will exchange your coins into gold that is where you will exchange your coins into cash, and that is the account. You'll have that will be connected to the gold Standard Bank, just like banks. You'll have you'll have a Bank, but what's coming with that. We'll be debit card like a card that'll be just like you have a visa card for any Bank. So if you want to integrate into the this thing system where I can take by visa card down and pay for something. But I want to use it. Against the KABC coins. I have well, I convert my coins into cash, I it goes into my account. Now, I've got my visa cards. I don't have to. I don't have to go out and find a Bank or pardon me, a a merchant necessarily who will accept this. If I can convert it into cash, I can use these systems that is what makes it universally integration, integrating into listing payment systems. So you know, there's got everything going on here. Which is amazing. So let's review it number one care the best way to store goal. Number two. The ICO coins are going to evaluate a lot of people contact me in a panic, and I pass them up to you, Lloyd. So that they can actually get their counts it up, and then they go to neutral medical seven in the dropdown menu at stop by products of neutral, medical, you can buy your coins there you range for them. 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He never pay for phone service for long range connections. That sounds really unusual. What's going on there? Well, these fellows have been working for a few years on creating a block chain based phone. That's what this is. It's not based on on the I s p and the existing systems it's all blockchain based which means ex extremely secure. In other words, you cannot hack it. It's kinda like you can't have them bitcoin or KBC coin because of its being built on this block chain system, you can't hack into this phone. So that's a big part of privacy that everybody's concerned about what if you're gonna have a universal payment system. You wanna make sure it can't be hacked. It can't be fate. And so this phone that they launched which comes out after their blockchain main net system is completed because that's what is going to run on. It'll be launched. And then we available and upto reason provide today, they're giving a huge bonus of the case CB coins that they've created two hundred percent. For those who want to get this phone. So the phone is there to provide a way for you to have unlimited numbers of wallets. You'll be able to phone anywhere in the world without any roaming costs. Text. Of course, there's no cost to us this phone, and the only cost you'll have on this phone is I six dollar a month fee for every full number. You wanna create and you're gonna have many of your want? So there's a lot of benefits and you can go to go to your site. And learn all about it. Brochures, or more information out on. The go-to neutral dot com down to care Lakers link of off to the special foam. What's the phone? Call again. It's called the impulse phone. So the link offense I offered by own sub page site. And of course, people sign up also get the advantages. So you get another version by the KABC coins at half the price. If you get the phone. You know, listen carefully here. There's two coins characters has created to old coins. The first one is called an old coin is out of the ICO phase is now trading on the changes there's is on five or six plus their own carrot bit exchange. There's seven seven new exchanges coming out the next two weeks been answered being one of them, which is huge. So that is the Kate B C going they have so created for incentive purposes, eighty second point calls a k c b coin it's in the face. It can be purchased in your back off as all cut. It also comes in many different parts of the product suite of packages, for instance, and this phone, so if you wanna buy for instance, that you want to buy four thousand euros worth of case CB, which is going give you a two hundred percent bonus which brings a. Cost from fourteen down to five Botha kacie b advocate and B C coin. We'll be combined into what's called a hard fork in September October that will combine them into one coin moving or which will be the G S C or the gold standard coin. So there's a lot going on here. But the bottom line is either one of these coins is huge wind right now because both are exchangeable into goal, then both will be going up in value based on sharing of all the fees that these these exchanges, the carapace change generates K merchant account and generate and on and on. So there's a lot going on here that would only confuse somebody. They don't get their bigger picture place. Of course, you contact me. I'll hand them over to you to connect them to the particular websites went to best website to kinda get a general overview of what's going on. Well, if you I'm just gonna check your saying, it's Neutra medical seven dot com is a link Dr Bill. Dot com. Notre medical dot com main website, and then you go to shop by products Drago to the drop down to care bars. So my Neutra medical seven dramatical number seven. Okay. And you go to shop products, and you bars gold. Golden the Wego you're all set. So who knows I I'm going to say, yes, you change that the site that will give you all the information need on the phone and everything else is den DV dot Garrett group, site dot com. Forward slash. So that's deaf dot carrot group, citing dot com forward slash neutral, medical seven. Okay. Docker care, groups dot care groups, say Garrett groups cite. Forward slash Neutra medical seven now that now that that will bring us to all of the things including the care bars site. Yes. That is a late that I suggest you put in your new dramatical dot com site. When you got to get to register. They don't get a whole lot of information. They can round but Senator that other one that's to say everybody wants. Coins or the phones of the and everything right? Be up thinking register their call me I can help obviously. James a link to go in there and just that. Yeah. Yeah. Very good. Dot carrot group site dot com for slash Neutra medical seven, which is our our private site was all down mind, and by the way because you sign up under my down line. We actually send a lot more people to you. Because it's very busy site a lot of people signing up. So you're going to gain customers just by signing up under us, which means you're gonna start gaining wealth. Just by being down line. That's what school because it's a very dynamic lineup. We have you're always yourself Lloyd read up to get Gary Franci as well. So Gary will be popping on this last segment here for a few minutes voters news blog as well as talking about care practice. I see revolution in the world economy. Now, I I like to change it just a little bit. When we look at the people are trying to kind of re engineer the world Konami, for example, right now, we have a lot of students that are in debt to the riot balls. We have a lot of families thirty main families can't afford their health insurance deductibles, we have situation where many other countries their economy in the world. Pretty well dragging, America's is head of the pack. But still there's things that might, you know, sees the economy a lot of it is not Debra currency, instability, and trade barriers. I think solutions are going to be found. I don't think that I'm not a negative person. I think it'll be found. This is one of the major ones getting currency stability, isn't it? Yes. Absolutely. I mean, you know, the the the whole gold system is a is a critical part of of everything I was I was just on something else. Dr could you repeat that question? I heard part of it. But I'm saying what I'm going to say is I think that the situation, for example, we look at the Democrats they basically just want to raise taxes, but nothing was a structural problems. For example, one that Bernie Sanders Claus. I call Santa Claus because he wants to give everything but you don't their victory. What's called opium other people's money? You can reduce costs, and you can kind of streamline things. So are better, for example, what I would do with healthcare as we'll get rid of fee for service and go to pay by by hours of work, and I make an economically neutral sore surgeon or person like a gastroenterologist would do procedures rather than talking to you or trying to integrate a functional medicine number two. I would get out cross-border competition. Number three. I would get control of the prices of drugs law everybody right off all the costs within deductible for nutraceutical and technology to extend your life and make them healthier. Never skied loud, total portability. I would allow you once you're having sheri- you can go anywhere and. Will allow total portability of insurance. No in terms of healthcare. Every Konami what we have right now is. The cost of doing business. Great deal of it is the cost of credit cards to cost of currency exchanges. For example, of what's going on in Brexit and Britain is the fact that they have parts go back and forth across the border from Britain to Europe, maybe ten or twelve times before prox- finding release to be sold to the public and people don't realize the tariffs non-tariff barriers and economic and and currency barriers are actually hampering economy growth, and yet, but what I see happening is we need to get over these problems because it's very global world. Now, you can have for example, paint meat and remember that they had an accident in Japan, Fukushima, DAI food paint company their rate near focus. She mad at me, especially type of paint that's used around the world for certain types of things in black paint or some kind of special paints and a lot of the automobile and things it uses pain couldn't get it. Because there's no other manufacturer. And what I see happening is people need. To have communicate ability, which is why these phones are going to be good. They need encryption because the NSA global agencies are gathering data on you, even if you don't want you people think when you sign up for face, you know, for these various social media or you pay a certain fee for every month. They don't realize you're not the you're not the customer. You're the victim because you're selling your data to agencies to sell products you. So having an accredited phone is a good ideas in it, you have total price. Well, well, it is. And I mean, you know, the the whole idea with this crypto coin and gold back it separate has established price that Ian, Lee verifiable on the on the exchange on online easily. And it's you know, they call it being fungible, which means he'll five got a coin here. And you've got a coin there. Somebody hasn't quite enough stray and somebody else in Europe. It's exactly the same value for that coin. So, yeah, it's it transcends the whole, you know, currency exchange. Now, if you look at all of these coins, and you relate them to how much value is that in your particular donor, where you know, if you look at the US value or people are still in that mindset, it's kind of like shifting from metric or the regular into the metric system. You don't relate to the metric unless you relate it to how much of the old system while they're still they're still in that place. But at some point it's going to come to a place where you know, you're going to have it at certain amount of the KC coin. And you'll know exactly what it will buy you based on what the value is. So it's coming it'll take some time for that to to we've all, but that's where we're headed. And, you know, having something that's the same price worldwide. Same value worldwide is going to be very important. It's put power back in the hands of people rather than corporations, even local governments, isn't it? Crypto say is based on you know, the peer to peer. I don't have to have it there by Bank to know. Most people realize governments are basically in control of commerce and ninety percent of the law is based on property as soon as you actually have property senior hands that's going to be tripton is that you can even fencer value. For example. You can answer your currency to pice something from your Bank vault in the bottom of your closet to someone else in the new can either physically chance for that later. They can get later what it means is that you bring power back to the people the currency backed by gold means power mmediately goes back to the individual and small corporation. Visit uses this currency, not governments local or global or national. It means a power back to the people doesn't it. Yeah. It's a it's a great little system is coming, and it'll be exciting to watch it and be part of it and watch it unfold and in the process, guess what? 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Gary Franci is only up line care parts. Let's get into his news items your website, you'd a lot of video podcasting. And you do it like on the spot, which is really cool, and you go much farther than Fox News on the reality of site. And I consider you probably the top video podcast wrote on the conservative right facing, the facts better than Alex or anybody else out there, and what's your website, Gary. Right now, we publish our content to YouTube YouTube dot com slash next news network and enjoy quite a quite a large following a million subscribers and we put on fifteen videos a day of the top news items that are affecting America, and you know, just important things. Like right now. President Trump tweets we're going to be putting on this tonight going after the media yet again, the enemy of the people stake news telling them because they're funny reporting for on this Russian hoax for so many years that the New York Times if they want any forgiveness to get on their knees and beg, and I think this is a good thing that we have a president who has the backbone. He's got the stones to to go after these people who've been putting out straight falsehoods and lies and false narratives, of course, justifying my very existence. You know, if if the left-wing media wasn't out there constantly putting out lies then. That'd be out of the job. Just concentrated this. You're trying to reverse something. It's like, you're you're like an intensive est intensive care unit. Trying to stop aid infection of bad ideas. And stupidity. That's paralyzing the government now. Thank god. Trump the superman should have Cape in it, and it spandex suit. But the fact is he's done so many good things despite this now he is got a couple of areas that I'm concerned about like five network and recycle water, but beyond that, he just trying to everything can was the border, and, narrowing where you get amnesty. If you come you have to go through declared at a proper border crossing that just gonna illegally crossing he's trying to everything he can to fix so many issues, and he's so hampered even dealing with Russia, and China, and Brexit, I mean, it's amazing what he has done considering the circumstances. And why? I think that it. Yeah. If he doesn't have the media the negative media coverage if he has had if the media would at least be fair with him. I think that we would see a lot more success. Of course, you also have the Russia investigation that's been hanging over his head. And that's that is a major distraction. So when that whole bomb was dropped with the Clintons during the twenty sixteen election with the fake dossier and all that comes out, and then it stirs investigation a coup attempt. I mean, this is what the president has called it coup attempt on the president of the United States. If you didn't have these things going on the background imagine, you know, what kind of America we'd be living in now. He's amazing thing with. Shortlist would've done number. One would have had the second phase to make the tax breaks middle class permanent. He would have fixed the Florez another decision. So we'd have a proper border control. And the first phase is to give cyber wall up and then proper physical wall. It also deal with things like people overstaying their visas and dealing with cyberterrorism deal with things that are really important like Harding the power grid. So that we don't have a problem message action or cyberattack power grid. You involve with things like dealing with lower live on in Venezuela and having some kind of peaceful negotiations with Russia and China because we're moving them to a war footing with Russia and China, and that's not good. I mean right now Russia has intermediate range cruise cruise missiles that are hypersonic at the large island and part of that is because they're paranoid because they see the policy of the west, and the Democrats who are want to get back in power is totally against Russia and scaring the hell out of them and to Chinese. One have a tree to work out trade deals, but they've weaponized these islands because they're paranoid of us. Because a lot of the powers that be don't want to have any kind of peaceful trade negotiations with Russia and China, which we don't eventually going to have a physical war, and what I see happening as Trump is trying to fix everything in interesting that the Republican party is actually more favorable and friendly to people LGBT and homosexuals than the Democrats trying to pretend they are. But they're actually tribalising and actually criticizing even with Bernie Sanders. Claus. Who's you know, he doesn't have a problem with over sniffing errands on but they're making it so extreme. So they call the woke them that. They they're they're trying to knock off these older guys and some of the laughter. So extreme even ninety three percent of abortions wouldn't do late tremendous abortion. But most of the Democrats are way over the edge of this. And we'll even wanted fantasize. I just do the Democrats committing political suicide and while they're doing it the whole public walk of trying to strike Trump and paralyze government because Trump is done amazing things into an after years, but he's been partially paralyzed by the craziness going on. And now they're even talking about impeachment because he was aggrieved. This is craziness isn't it? Oh, it's it's nuts. It's not some left is going to continue to divide people by class by sex by religion. Like who you sleep with what call you're scanning don't care conservative. I don't care. I I'm not interested. I don't care what color you are what your intention is. I just want you to have a decent life. I don't want you to go with. Oh, good food and shelter over your head. I want you build a reasonable cost insurance top down control freak government controlling. I saw it happening Canada. And they kill people. Okay. Socialized medicine kills people. And also, there's a medical mount of medical and their shave you try to change the system to quickly. You'll crash it and much of the doctors and clinics which are already stresses hell Duggal bankrupt. Or just the practice people. Don't know this do they. No, they don't. And that's why we continue to push the news out every day, waking up America with the crimes of the political of each and trying to hold these people accountable. Sadly, we see too often these slip through the cracks through the fingers of Justice. And I think that with the new AG and our president we could hopefully see something happened. But for these people arrested for treason and put behind bars and held her the full extent of the law. Well, there's a couple of things happened. I we have the unplanned movie right now, we have the Rovers weight and finding into movie actors and people on this show talk about this run video on my lifetime channel of New York and go see you to immediately. But I'm also very concerned that we're also gonna see the Uber and the Horowitz reports come out and the movement by bar disease going to start investing. Investigators means there's going to be people doing the perp walk, and that means FBI and department. Justice officials going to. Jail. It means it's going to go all the way up to Brock Obama. It's not gonna stop there. I mean, one of the statements being struck and page did very telling in their discussions back and forth. These love birds is that it goes right up to a Brock. And I think the Bronco Bob is going to be legally in deep water as well as Hillary Clinton and the Clinton foundation Licken taking beach that and taking hammers to phones. And so on its surprising to me that all his investigations that that Miller did input eleven points of why he thought he couldn't charge him with with with collusion. But he said he he couldn't make a statement about obstruction. That's not as purpose. He's a Intel committee investigation on a criminal investigation department of there's collusion, and then to suggest this trying to prep up an article, so they could use by congress for the Democrats to impeach Trump known patrons can happen. Even the second power. The Democratic Party stated this is a dead end. Even Nancy Pelosi knows if they don't start getting. Bipartisan support for things for Americans. Democrats are going to kill themselves lose the house this coming election next year and a half there as far as I'm concerned to already heading towards after it's like a plane Korean to the side of a mountain. The Democrats are killing themselves, aren't they? Well, and I'll and I'll be happy to report it because of you know, every step they make is one step closer to their end. And they keep they know no weapon formed against us. If it makes us sad for me, though, because I wanna see Democrats people to their Americans, and they're they're they're suicidally the party lunacy. The party Louis. Tiny lunacy, though is hurting their own people. It hurts parts of the country, for example, here in commune -fornia called California commune -fornia, and we've got the new governor here going down to simple America, not worrying about our seas like LA TSE swine fessed up there. If you go through the streets unbeliev- by just to an hour and half two hours below sins area in California. And I don't wanna go there. I mean, I don't wanna be walking over needles and so on downtown streets in Los Angeles. It's disgusting. Same thing as an Francisco very expensive apartments. Anders needles and human waste everywhere. It's ridiculous. And why don't we have homeless people? Why do we have drug addicts? Why did we not just tolerating? And then why do you have this massive surge? People in Central America. Part of the problem is our country has involved through the special activity division of the CIA to collaborate with us in Loa another cartels to the tune of to train dollars of money because we get our caught by supporting their cartels and Trump needs to send the military into kill the drug cartels and start cleaning out sad, especially like to the division of CIA, which by the way, Kennedy tried to clean up. And it's part of the reason why he's dead John F Kennedy, and they're they're always involve devil all over the world. Putting ISIS we know that ISIS, I have my back channels inside the Pentagon homeland security and so on I was created by us. That's why I use the term like deal Toy Story company terrorists are us. You know, this is disgusting and Trump needs to clean up the act inside our government because there's powers insider government look at the former C I director. He's guys say how impeachable Trump is for years. And why are they getting big payments from big media outlets and cable news rather than doing the perp walk? It's disgusting. Isn't it is embarrassed me that I'm an American and see this foolishness going out in the media? I wanna see value judgment. I see are actually coming Dave Abrams. Hey, we're gonna start wearing after investigators. I'm sure that's should freak out. The Democrats realize more the investigate the more that Trump is drop the hammer on them with the FIS warrants and Horowitz, an Uber reports these come out in the next two months, they should run like hell because I tell you Trump's not gonna be Mr. passive anymore Z. Now, he has a Miller report is over. So now the gloves are off of I don't mean to cut this short. But I'm my producers flag me down. Then it's okay. I appreciate you coming on again. The website is YouTube dot com for slash next. News at network in network, your sir. Yeah. Najer that million listeners, and let me tell you. I love to have you on more frequently even for five minutes at a time to make sure we get you put people watching fifteen a day while you're you're almost as manic giggle. These are short news segments. You put up on new tip while amazing Shortland. People. Thank you for coming on. We gotta last few minutes here. I wanna hear a few more words from our care for expert. Lloyd, Murphy admire Lloyd, your closing statements. We infiltrating minutes. Go ahead. Moi you still there? We meal. I I don't know. Maybe maybe just listening to Gary talk it. Anyway, if you wanna get a hold of me and going to have the link up again ego to Devi dot carrot group, site dot com, forward slash nutri, medical seven and not medical seven all the link up on the show today. But I'm also going on the website, high closing statements on and everything. We've course I'm gonna put them to link DV dot carrot groups, cite dot com for slash Neutra. Medical seven there'd be able to get the phone. 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Tips to implementing an effective shift handover

The Main Column

17:59 min | 4 months ago

Tips to implementing an effective shift handover

"So hillary one. I like to welcome all of you to another installment of hydrocarbon processing podcast series. The main column. My name's leanne nichols. And i'm the editor in chief and associate publisher hydrocarbon processing magazine. What we have a very special guest joining us on the main column broadcast. Today dave lobster. Who is the senior staff consultant for. Kabc yoka gal company today. we're going to be discussing. The importance of shift handover ways to optimize so with that without further. Ado i want to go and get david here so dave. How're you doing today. Heidi yeah. I'm doing very very well and yourself. Yeah so far so good. It's it's still early but it's a long day already. I want to jump right. We've got a lot to get to today to start things off before we jump into the bulk of the questions i have for you. Can you just give us a short introduction on your working experience. Yeah sure this is gonna probably give my joy but I started as an operator in the late. Nineteen seventies at a mobile refinery and rose up through the ranks to become a shift manager in the kind of the mid nineties During this tom. I had the opportunity to participate in several new plan. Startups project commissioning activities and so on and so developed a reasonably well defined knowledge of the refinery in the early two thousands I an assignment into the training function. As part of a refinery wide dropped to improve training. I ended my career at the refinery the refinery operations training coordinator responsible for operator training including new highs and in this role along with they Colleague of mine. I redesigned the new. Hire operator training program and up until early. Two thousand and nights when i left to join. Abc we had successfully put around one hundred and twenty new highest through the program so got a little bit of experience is what you're saying being around the block a few times. Yeah excellent. so let's talk about shipped handover. I'm kind of curious. What constitutes ineffective shift handover an effective shift handover is a well-structured verbal exchange. All safety quality production equipment status information conducted the place of work supported by a detailed digital shift log featuring an alibi hour account of the shift activities and with that with with with people verbally and whatnot. Sure there can be a lot of challenges. So can you just talk a little bit of some of the pitfalls that can happen when you're conducting this shift handover. Yeah any any way with is a reliance on human to human communication Their opportunities for miscommunication misunderstandings and even misinterpretation to occur. This tends to contribute to a lack of situational awareness of the oncoming shift. Accurate safety quality production and equipment site is information and Depending on depending on the information shade this could result in possible safety quality production incidents from examples we push shift service contributed to Incidents will watt include the loss of the pop al offshore platform the That was back in nineteen ninety eight. I think the ticks the city explosion in two thousand and five and will say the buzzfeed ten bomb incident. Two thousand and five. Because i was going to be nice questions because what that shift handover i mean. Yeah as you just mentioned. The effects can be detrimental organization Is there any other. is there any other. I guess challenges. When it comes to a poor shift handover that might not be so detrimental. Yeah If you if if if you experience one of these one of these incidents Post a shift handover on your actual shift that you're on This you know this guy can involve and kenneth vick. The self confidence of the team and depending on the severity of the incident could well end up christening there. But i did you two jobs. It can be very very What's the word. I wanna use sock logically damaging for for the shift team And really is a a a huge to their to their self confidence and being able to operate the plant. So then this is a great fall to my next question and is of course we know the detrimental effects that can happen with this. Poor shift handover so guest. The big question is how do you prevent or communication during that shift. Handover you need to put in place. A structured what we would call structured into in shift workflow that encompasses the entire process so from the off going shift communication to the ongoing shift. So that that happens. And then i worked process that lays out the execution of the actual current shift the actual operators in whatever toss they're executing and then lost but not least of course. The communication bothered shift to the new oncoming shift You just need to support this. With a structured digital shift log and shipped handover system wave the shift activities old accurate accurately recorded. Now these digital shift. Logan handover tools. The real value of them is that they will provide you a very good measure of traceability uniform format instructed content as well as being able to incorporate key prices daughter into the report and therefore making the report much more information informative and specific to the process. Yeah and i'm glad you mentioned digital tools because that's kind of where to next Especially ways to optimize. This shift handover so. I guess to start off with a little bit more about yoka. Gals operations management suite go is operations management suite integrates Destruction shift team workflows with structure daughter provides a holistic view to monitor control and report plant operations and it enables daughter analysis leading to the insights and communists have decision making the actual Modulate the actual operations management system includes six distinct modules. There's i shift lock module. A shift handover module a were construction module. Which which if you connect to the tube to the shift log on shift handover module provides a very Comprehensive shift communications package and then there is also a penny to montreal a management of change module and hfs nhc management module. The system is is we're based for easy installation and can be linked to customizable. Kpi dashboards if necessary and these can be built to indicate production safety quality information from szott label an individual level and in addition to this which is a really good advantage of the of this software. Is that it allows. A seamless integration with third party systems. Such as lamarcus comparable results production daughter from a deceased historian. Field operator daughter from a portable digital daughter tool equipment status notifications alarms and and even dr from procedure automation tools. It i want to go back to the to the shift. Focus in the module. You're talking about so. I'm kind of curious. Does the kabc's team effectiveness standard fit in with yoga gals operations management tools. Yeah le- good question. Yeah there's a great for an absolutely really good fit Kabc shifting effectiveness. Standard is pre- presents a holistic approach to improving ensuring the effectiveness of this shift. Team standards got four major areas with a total of fourteen individual elements the The four areas all capability which focuses on showing that the plot the point of manufacturing employees all competent and discipline to execute the jobs. It also looks at the work environment. and this is. This is the plant and control room environment as well as the integrity of the plant equipment. It looks at information technology and focuses on the application of digital prices system and control tools intended to increase safety optimus production and reduce operational risk and last. But not least Actually probably the most important one for me. Anyway is operating practices. This is the focus. On ensuring the application of best practice bist practice work processes and more importantly operational discipline and now what our reza course love to hear because the technologies is fantastic all the benefits of it but they wanna know how it works in action. So i'm kind of curious. Do you have any type of briefcase history to share on this since since Kabc was bought by yucca. Gaba we've had a great opportunity with a client at in the far east Very very very big refining and petrochemicals plant and they challenge was that came to us and said they would like us to support. They dropped towards improving shift team effectiveness and we as part of the project. We said to them that what we would like to do in order to help them with this was would be to implement some digital shift management tools so currently We're on face to the project. Phase one was executed between january and october and twenty eighteen and a combined. Kabc our team carried out an assessment of the current shift operations practices and we focused on shift handover and also feel operator competency. At the commencement of the project. The kabc yokogawa team helped the client to select some change agents who incorporated into the into the team right from the outset. The assessment took the form of a series of one on one interviews and workflow discovery sections with a with a shift teams shift employment management and this proved to be very beneficial as it helped the client change agents to buy into the project approach emma delivery methodology as well The combined kebbi our team. We designed installed and implemented a digital shift log and the shift handover system and along with the supporting shift management workflow the The team meant support implementation of this The structured shift handover protocols. As i say that was closed out in october. Two thousand eighteen phase two Commenced in june twenty nineteen and is still ongoing and will we will be done on this phases we the combined. Kabc yoga go team once again supported decline with instant installation and implementation of the work construction module which was designed to link with the With the shift. Logan handover tools implemented in phase one and once again from the outset. We've incorporated a change agents into the team and this has been very very successful very very useful. I should say Especially with the travel restrictions that have been more on this year specifically to Due to covid the the other thing that the the yoga our team did which is not necessarily linked directly with shift ova is. We've helped him implements and procedure automation tools which they found very very beneficial the cabbie team at the moment. We're uh currently coaching the shift The shift teams with a specific focus on the panel operator and shift in the supervisor. Job positions and up until January this year we had regular which we we've had rig rig meetings with them And since then we've had we've had a couple of virtual meetings to discuss progress. The real i would say the real benefit of of the way that we've conducted. This project is the combined. Kabc our team work very very closely with the client throughout the entire program. And what it did. Is it help them to understand Sitting helped us. I should say to understand this. Specific challenges and to develop a solution that worked for them and was practical This has always been something in the beckham on mind when working with clients. It's make sure that what you know. Whatever solution we come up with them. It needs to be practical and it needs to be something vacant. Implement we What we did is we we. Just we worked. We designed the shifting workflow after a series of workflow process discovery sessions at the change agents and the shifting shift teams in the plot management supported. And this was crucial in to convince the client team to adopt a whole new way of working. Basically what we did is we got him to across a wall. In one of the one of the rooms in on the site was we got to plan out. Exactly how do they manage the shift handle. You know what are the activities that they go through. Who does what and win. And we got them to provide us with supporting documentation If you know if they said to us what at this point the operator rats a log we can. We want to see a. We want to see a copy of what that looks like what it did for sydney for us as well as for the client is when you lay this out on a wall and you're able to look at the entire process Which extends over an entire actual sixty nine day. You start to very very quickly. Identified the gaps that are in it and and and the gap severe and part of the prices. Once this was laid out on the wall. we We invited well. We had a good look. We could see where the we knew. We we could see where the gaps were but we We invited the to to point out. We they thought the gaps in what was really interesting to us was the gaps that we already could see in the. We're the exact same gaps at declined. Ted identified as well so that was very very That was very satisfying for us. And tonight they've expressed dissatisfaction with installation. And they're planning to implement this across the site and some of the comments that we've had from them recently as the whole structured the whole structure that we've given them full The way of actually conducting this shift from the time they get to a lotta mega along with the with the digital templates. It's insurance information completeness. It's easy to search for right. Information supports daughter. Analysis and troubleshooting. Seth that want to go back and look at the log from week or two previously. It's a whole lot easier to to such at then to look through manual handwritten log. The the system supports the tracking of outstanding. We're condoms the look sheets like more legible compared to a handwritten one which i had to have a good giggle because When i remember back in the logs that we used to rod back in the late nineteen seventies was shocking us church and the last one which they which they've started using recently is the way because everything is digital. They're able to upload pictures and documents is supporting information so if during the shift something actually happened and they and they lock to take a photograph of a spol- or something that happened. That can actually take that picture and uploaded into the system and its day for the oncoming shifts to see and management to see management on the other hand can attach documents checklists procedures and any of these kind of things to communications at the issue to this shift teams and just makes it a whole lot easier for that whole communication thing to happen. I mean that's great so it's it's pretty incredible. How these digital technologies are just advanced optimizing. The way operations happen especially with shift change. Because yeah i like you go back to the question Some of the handwriting does that a three or four. that's kind of crucial. Yeah and and also the thing is when you when you're relying on a human to put the information and it's it's information that i think that i think maybe the other guy needs to know so my log might be more complete or even list complete them. Yeah so what actually happens. Is you have this. You don't have a uniform level of detail daughter important information input into the look which which if the plants running a k. is not a real parliament when it's when things aren't running as as they should do to try and understand exactly what the previous shift do. Especially if you're coming back from a couple of days off as part of your shift sokoll and you come back and you start reading these raw. The incomplete logs And then typically you know you're telling you oh well you know yesterday whatever the sexually happened and we had a product quality problem but none of it's actually being properly documented so trying to go back into trouble. Shooting understand will what happened. And what was the remedial action taken starts becoming very very difficult. No absolutely especially as you mentioned earlier some of the detrimental effects that can happen. Whenever there something might be left out or something's not known With that shift handover so yeah. It's the consequences. It'd be pretty fatal so it's definitely a very crucial topic and with that. We really really to appreciate you taking some time for us. Today dave We know how busy your schedule is so really appreciate you giving us some time on your expertise on this crucial opic which is affected in a really. Want to thank you for. Thanks thanks very much lee. Thanks for inviting me on absolutely in last. Of course we want to thank all of you for listening to hydrocarbon processing podcast series. The main column.

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Full Episode: Friday, July 5, 2019

World News This Week

23:39 min | 1 year ago

Full Episode: Friday, July 5, 2019

"Is there something that interferes with their happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals better help online counseling is there for you connect with their professional counselor in a private online environment schedule secure video or phone sessions plus chat anteks withdrew therapists listeners get ten percent off your first month by going to better help dot com slash world news from abc's world news this week i'm sure secrets in the new york coming up in a divided america celebrates the largest earthquake in twenty years rattles southern california i don't wanna move outrage grows over conditions migrant detention facility from their excitement over women's soccer hits a fever pitch to i say getting one step closer possibly do another world champion in new york city says farewell american heroes only want it in return which the government recognize the labor in pain of his brothers and sisters the people in events that made headlines when world news this week continues resident trump is giving himself rave reviews following his salute to america on the fourth of july but his critics have questions about the price tag again the motive here's abc's stephanie ramos the fourth of july celebration salute to america produced by and starring resident trump went on get down to on the national mall hello america the president's on the steps of the lincoln memorial behind spring street you bulletproof glass barrier and sleep plus bradley fighting vehicle brought in from georgia president trump addressing the crowd venetian focusing on america's history and freezing america's armed forces past and present we celebrate history by people and the heroes who proudly defender flag in the future someday soon we will plants american flag on mars shenice cost end motive for the production the military parade he's having today you know it just it it it it it is just absolutely he takes me things are toys the white house hasn't put a price tag on the festivities but the national park service reportedly directed point five million dollars from the project recover com to forty about trump supporters in after the president's nearly an hour god bless god bless the military and god bless america happy fourth of july and the president's big show show ending with feces traditional fourth of july fireworks onstage the president's joined vice president mike pence his wife cabinet members and right behind them on the risers vip ticket holders many of them were thinking their tickets from the republican national national committee but this by the heavy downpour right here on the national mall so many people gather to take part in a witness in unprecedented presidential fourth of july celebration abc's stephanie ramos in washington the fourth of july maybe the 'perfect data become are you a citizen one group of people became americans at the home of the man who wrote the declaration of independence here's abc's brian clark thomas jefferson's monticello hosted its fifty seven independence day celebration naturalization station ceremony in more than seventy people took the oath of citizenship and i also heard from someone who did so years ago constitutional rights advocate and goldstar father teaser can't argue with them and even today remain in all of this footage of this blesses blesses mission is that american citizenship was suddenly he could once only dream of citizenship and immigration services says it expects almost seventy five hundred people will become citizens over the first five days of july brian clark kbc news fourth of july celebrations rattled rattled in southern california part of the region getting hit with the largest earthquake there in two decades area also hit with more than a hundred aftershocks abc's eva pilgrim reports from california the largest earthquake in two decades striking southern california terrified children performing in a fourth of july show this week king surveillance video inside a local market capturing the moment is hit a cast on running for safety dodging falling debris the whole shells went down the all the bottles broke all the lion shells the the beer coolers they all i destroyed when it stopped groceries litter be i'll sell them is and the floors really slippery patients from a local hospital evacuated after suffering minor injuries with roads roads cracking the six point four quake was felt as far away as las vegas the massive event terrifying residents struggling to get out of their home seismologist say this was a strike slip quick meaning the two plates along the fault move parallel to each other but in opposite directions experts warning the worst may be yet to come abc's eva pilgrim the department of homeland security's internal watchdog has described conditions in migrant detention facilities as they quote ticking taking time bomb the report prompting protesters in some members of congress the call for the closure of those centers here's abc's mona kosar object thousands of protesters take the streak of major cities across the country holding signs that reed clues the camps the nationwide movement comes after recent accounts of inhumane and unsafe conditions and migrant border facilities democratic lawmakers recounting stories of migrants sleeping on concrete floors and rooms without running water after a visit to to sicily's on monday abc's mona kosar abdi outrage over conditions at detention facilities comes as customs and border protection launches a probe into a secret facebook page including thousands of current and former employees some of the post on page had comments considered offensive toured migrants and some democratic lawmakers abc's will car one threat about an image that sparked national outrage and they drowned salvadorans in his young daughter one common suggests the photo had been edited because the bodies appeared to clean other post include graphic images suggesting sexual physical violence against members of congress one member encouraging eight just throw a burrito congresswoman veronica escobar in alexandria oh cossio cortez abc's will car president trump says he is going to push to have a question about citizenship added to the twenty twenty census abc's andy field has more from washington they're already printing census forms without the citizenship question but that's not stopping the president's thinking he can throw them in the trash in reprint asking if people are citizens something that hasn't been done since the nineteen fifties president trump is thinking of just issuing an executive order for five ways we could do it it's one of the ways of thinking about doing it very seriously the president's own justice this department apparently doesn't know what the president wants to do they met again with a federal judge saying the president has asked them to review all options and quote any event the commerce department adopts a new rationale for including the citizenship question consistent with what the supreme court decided the government will immediately notify the court so it could determine whether there's any need to proceed the supreme court said the old rationale to enforce the voting rights act wasn't good enough the president's says just having the question is enough for him to find everything about everybody think of it fifteen twenty million dollars and you're not allowed to ask are you a citizen that's what the president's commerce secretary wilbur ross who is now so they're printing without the question mr trump is saying you're ross they go twelve is a good man a lot of people thought disaster were fine i thought it was fine excuse me fat the first of many reasons if you're doing but we were but for now the forms are proving without question andy field abc's news washington former navy seal edward gallagher was acquitted on charges of murder for the death of a teenage isis dick cheney in twenty seventeen but he sentenced on a charge related taking a picture with the detainees body more from abc's alec stone is ranked gives to be reduced any gets four months confinement but since he served more than that awaiting trial he's now a free man he's attorney tim parlow tori he will move ford i mean it affects a what is ultimate pension is going to be but 'em he does not have to come back into a courtroom walking to his car gallagher reacted to it sends by only saying it's fine alex stone abcd's cnn's manslaughter charges were dropped against an alabama woman who was shot and lost her unborn child she is charged after a jury said she started a fight on purpose so her unborn child would die here's abc's pete combs district attorney one east washington says in the end we are not prosecuting the case the case of twenty seven year old marsha joan spark national outrage after the woman was shot during a parking lot fight over a man the woman who shot her wasn't charged instead a grand jury charge charge jones after police say she started the fight but after looking the whole thing over dj washington says it is not in the best interest of justice to pursue prosecution of miss jones pete combs abc's news overseas iran's president says his country will soon increase its enrichment of uranium to whatever level they want a move that could further escalate tensions with two u s these comments come after iran broke the limit furlough enrich uranium allowed under the twenty fifteen nuclear deal here's abc's news chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz ron has been building up its stockpile of nuclear materials for the first time it has passed the limits set in the landmark nuclear deal negotiated by the obama administration the move comes a year after president trump pulled the usa out of that deal he was asked if he has a message for ron they know what they're doing they know what they're playing with i think they're playing with fire the president's has called for new talks but iran showing no sign it's leaders want to negotiate nbc news chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz recession fears in britain are mounting is uncertainty over brexit continues to grow abc's tom rivers is more britain's economy is showing alarming signs of a sharp slowdown according i hs market closely watched survey of business activity here what is brexit secretary steven barkley think no one could never rule out what could happen in the future the question is only doing everything we can superpac if britain leaves the out a brexit deal there will be implications only some of which have been fully examined unexplored another project fair stories we hear stories like the queen having to leave london or that the wouldn't be clean water or a fair bit of a seriously exaggerating the will be disruption with a new deal of always being clear about that well it's all to model because obviously will be in the and the question is where climbing a funny areas within a control but the will be obvious as i say for example in small business is where we don't have visibility on the preparation so it's important that they pack as well if a new agreement could not be struck by october thirty first a messy no deal exit could well be the result in which case fasten your seatbelts it's going to be a bumpy ride abc's tom rivers in london boeing says it will shell out tens of millions of dollars to those impacted by the two seven thirty seven max eight crashes and right now there's no indication when that jet will return the commercial service abc's alec stone has more in a video message boeing ceo dennis muilenburg confirms his company's engineers are working on additional issue discovered last week involving safety of the boeing seven thirty seven max smolin burg says making sure the plane is safe to fly is gonna take time working hard with a rigorous focus on safety and it's important we take the time necessary to make these updates there is no reliable timetable forgetting the plane flying again usa airlines have canceled max flights into the fall alex stone abcd a sneaker that was meant to commemorate the july fourth holiday was pulled from stores before to go on sale abc's brian clark explains why nike plan to release version of its airmax sneaker wasn't early american flag on the back with thirteen stars in a circle the wall street journal says nike endorser former nfl quarterback colin capper nick reached down to the company and said the revolutionary war era flag is offensive to many because it represents an era of slavery nike now says it's chosen not to release the shoe because it featured quote an old version of the american flag brian clark kbc news environmental officials in kentucky warning about contamination to the kentucky river following a massive fire at a gym beam facility abc's ryan burrow has more about forty five thousand barrels of bourbon were destroyed in the fire tuesday night into wednesday morning no humans were battling the flames but the kentucky he energy and environment cabinet now warning that the runoff from the fire could be harmful the fish in the kentucky river officials say the runoff could leave discoloration forming an odor in the water and create low dissolved oxygen levels leading substantial fish kills the board has stopped short of banning recreational activity on the river but they want people using the river to be aware the board says the water is being treated ryan burrow nbc news team usa takes on the netherlands in the world cup final american women defeated england two to one in their semifinal advancing to the world cup final for the third consecutive time here's abc's janai norman team usa is heading to another world cup final thousands of americans any arena in leon france erupting ended cheers as a team beat england two to one but many fans were shocked to see the team starting lineup co captain meghan pino on the sidelines with what she says is a minor strain at game time christian press took her place and she didn't miss a beat even a goal from england powerhouse ellen white couldn't stop usa momentum for long and just when england thought they tie up the game video review coming back with a shocking reversal offsides no goal then team usa blocked them one more time usa goalkeeper oliseh nager diving to block a penalty kick to win celebrated by fans across the country back home in brooklyn angela chicago resident trump's been lashing out at meghan pino one of the stars of the women's team after she said she would not go to the white house if you as wins the world cup american tennis fee nom cocoa cody goff is made it through to the second week at wimbledon or fairy tale journey at the all england club began when she defeated venus williams in the first round but the fifteen year old is also in the middle of some controversy abc's michelle franzen has more corey cocoa golf the fifteen teen year old fee nom at this year's wimbledon as quickly rising in the ranks she's the youngest player to make it to wimbledon third round in nearly three decades but you may have first heard about cocoa in the first round when she beat tennis legend venus williams i think we just saw a star is born commentators here's an even veterans like roger federer answer rena williams are also taking notice she's like pretty awesome in pretty cool with the spotlight some controversy playing out off the court coco is under fire along with british tennis player jay clark he reportedly dumped his current doubles partner harriet dart by text that after cocoa reached out the clark asking if they could team up she asked me why those moving a name of america for a while and that was clerk dart says she's moving on and golf also shrugging off criticism in keeping her eye on the ball abc's michelle franzen recreational marijuana will soon be legal in illinois but perhaps the bigger impact of the state's new law is hundreds words of thousands of low level drug convictions will now be wiped out more from abc's ryan burrow nearly eight hundred thousand illinois residents good at marijuana possession convictions white from the record's it's welcome news the angela leslie who was arrested as a teenager for marijuana possession insult prosecutors go after him to the fullest extent of the law the prosecutors basically china paint a picture of my escalation in in crime right so they tried to tell the judge that it's only gonna get worse from here what am i thinking like usually get worse because you're taking on russia's i can't go either rocketing germany cook county state's attorney kim fox i think there's a specific role for prosecutors to have a seat at the table and take the responsibility of owning on the repair of the harm owning the process of of expunge moment because it was prosecutors on that went into court and sought these convictions in the first place fox says in cook county all convictions of marijuana possession under thirty grams will be automatically expunged anyone with the conviction of thirty five hundred grams will need the file a petition ryan burrow abc's news chicago a mainstay of many americans rigging elections is disappearing at least in the way most of us know it abc's jim ryan reports in the demise of mad magazine mad magazine was founded in nineteen fifty two by william gains who's remembered by staff writer dick debartolo as a brilliant iconoclast to grudgingly interacted with his readers before the internet he didn't have a secretary he hated to answer lettuce so we had fifty rubberstamps may with answers to the fifty most asked questions and anyway stamp all the answers to your questions on your own letter and mail it back to you for sixty seven years mad magazine edits editors who call themselves the usual bunch of idiots have lampooned american politicians consumers and culture occasionally finding themselves lampooned by other social critics like bart simpson excuse this mob mob is i'd like the grand prix listening can you probably think lots of crazy stuff but now hundreds of issues after the first one dick debartolo tweets that after these august issue original mad magazine content will be available only by direct mail ended comic bookstores starting with issue number eleven mad will feature classic best of admist algae content from the last seven decades they are kind of question posed by mad magazine cover boy alfred newman what me worry might have a different answer today jim ryan nbc news seven people were killed in a helicopter crash there on the weight of fort lauderdale from the bahamas when the chopper went down among the victims billionaire coal magnates chris klein flying sony one of the nation's top coal companies and a tough donor president trump's two thousand seventeen not gration donating one million dollars according to police the helicopter heading to fort lauderdale from the bahamas was reported missing after not reaching its destination residents leader discovering aircraft overturned in sixteen feet of water victor oquendo abc's laying a historic heat wave in alaska for the first time on recor the temperature in anchorage hit ninety degrees abc's alec stone has more when you think of alaska sunbathing on a beach in ninety degree temperatures but juries may not be what pops into your mind areas of alaska are dealing with a heat wave temperatures hovering around ninety degrees through next week challenging all time high temperatures anchorage who said the break its all time high of eighty five degrees and what makes it worse is air conditioning is almost unheard of an alaskan homes leaving people sweating through it alex stone abcd's the passing of an iconic american car industry lee iacocca who led to american courage giant says die while at ford iacocca put the mustang into the lineup in the nineteen sixties but after a clash with henry ford the second diet coke is perhaps best known but resurrecting chrysler in the nineteen eighties becoming the face of the company in a household name in the process i have one and only one in vision for chrysler it'd be the best what officers are at chrysler launching another vehicle that stood the test of time the mini bad coco was ninety four dave packer raby senior new york city's finest pay tribute to a fellow officer who spent the last days of his life fighting for other when world news this week continues better help offers licensed professional counselor specialized in a wide array of issues like depression anxiety anxiety in grief connect with your professional counselor in a safe private online environment it's a truly affordable option and listeners can get ten percent off your first month by going to better help dot com slash world news fill out questionnaire to help them assess your needs and get matched with a counselor you'll love get cash back for shopping you were already going to do racket ten is a free member base loyalty program that lets you were in cash back on shopping at over twenty five hundred stores like macy's best buy nike and more shop online entered a percentage of every purchase you make up to forty percent cashback every three months members are paid v a pay pal or another method sign up today at rocket then dot com that's r h k u t e n dot com new york city said goodbye to a hero hundreds of police officers and firefighters pay their last respects to n y pd detective and nine eleven first responder louie alvarez you died following a battle with cancer as well is a battle with congress he's the latest casualty of nine eleven hundreds of police and firefighters saved their last respects his sister gave the eulogy a man who served defended protected till his last time day detective alvarez spent three months searching for survivors an remains in the toxic rubble of ground zero it was there he contracted attracted the cancer the killed a police heroes are always summer affairs this one really poignant testimony the detective alvarez gave the congress just three weeks before he died he was urging lawmakers to renew the funding during the nine eleven victims compensation fund about to run out of money next year you said you would never forget line here to make sure that she's a comedian jon stewart who is there there with him in washington which here to abc's david wright those people and events that made world news this week world news this week was written produced by smith is you've got i'm chuck sivertsen abc's news

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53: JOEL R. POINSETT  NOTAS SOBRE MXICO, 1822

Historiografía Mexicana [Libros de Historia de México]

17:18 min | 1 year ago

53: JOEL R. POINSETT NOTAS SOBRE MXICO, 1822

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Triple eight to one two eight seventy one or go to the website, neutral, medical and give contact Dr bills available to help you get well with. Dramatical. Welcome to the month of June. Traumatic report were expanding our reach all over the world with all our podcast converted to all social media YouTube etcetera. And we have back on the program. He'll be regularly on this time segment. Lloyd Fairfield, the genius and apply of characters appear part gold. There's a lousy economy. I like you to take off from here. A lot of announcements coming up in just a little over months at one day before July. There's a major thing happen. Tell us what it is. Well on your life fourth. And we've been watching the last year and a half, 'cause they launched the crypto coin caveat, tea, which is back exchangeable guesses, the better word into gold on July fourth turn that switch on. And they're the big event, coming in Las Vegas for all those who want to attend that will be there for that. Veiling. Switching on event, they call it, but I think a lot of people think, well, grandma gold is worth about fifty dollars in my KBC coins are going to be worth fifty dollars. No that is not what they're doing. What they're doing say. If you choose to on July fourth and moving forward, you'll be able to convert your KBC coins in two one gram of gold at the rate of one hundred to one gram. So what you do with the gold after that, if you even choose to convert adventure choice, but the reality is the price of that one ram may vary but the value of your goal that you'll end up with when you do convert. And if you choose to is going to be based on that gold and how you convert that into cash is going to be up to you, but the carrot bit back off as we'll have all of that functionality. And there'll be a lot more coming there as this moves closer, July four so. Trades for on the exchange is important just to finish off, this point is just because you can convert into goal that does not mean the coin is going to be trading on the changes at that fifty dollar fifty cent per coin price because that'll such a different model but it up to that exchange value. What's gonna happen is after the fourth of July, it's going to dramatically trade up. And here's the Barker points. We know there's only three ways stop Donald Trump, and that school bliss on the left or right, number one impeach him, which is completing unreasonable, and that's why Pelosi and vitamin or saying, no, including Hickenlooper, don't impeach and also don't think socialism's going to solve it. Number two, assassination, he has on private security force. He's unlikely to be assassinated, number three crash, the world economy, now the world economy is teetering. China's contracted thirty percent in the last year and a half the Europe's your has not grown. Some cases for ten years Britain is hanging in the loop rate now, although the mayor of London whose Nydia as criticizing Trump, the deal that could happen after Brexit to help Britain, and your, your kingdom, may keep their economy from crashing completely. But the world Kadhamy is not good. We international speculated debt is in. The quadrant into dollars. And it's like there's going to be big correction, and ultimately, the ultimate standard is to go back to something stable and gold and some kind of civil currency like after the Bretton Woods, which occurred after the second World War whether the interlock, the all the currencies, it's my feelings trade deals that Trump is making. We'll do that and probably not happening for the next year and a half until the Democrats are removed from office permanently, 'cause I don't think the current Democratic Party is gonna exist in the future. It'll cover you call democrat. But if they continue their craziness they're not going to be electable, and they, they should understand that in first thing is they shouldn't think that the Konami is going to be fine, if they have their socialist programs completely crash, and if it ever crafts took over in twenty twenty or twenty twenty four by by American pie. So if you don't have money in the Bank, and gold and silver. If you don't have yourself ready for serious financial pain. You're not playing with a full deck. Are you so people can buy gold bars? They go to neutral medical dot. Com. Go to the dropdown menu. Reeb two links one to care bars goal to one of the ICO coins. Now, those two are going to be linked together in the fi in the fall. Right. Those two. The. Pardon me, the carrot gold and the and feel coins and Khairpur coins the gold coins that we purchase. Oh, you're talking about the two K C B to crypto points. There's going to be combined into one in October. The one is currently and all coins trading the other one is a Casey b ICO, which isn't trading paid fourteen cents. So yeah, they'll be converted. Fourteen cents, what I bought it, it was a cent trading. Now, when what is it going to start trading when, when will trading start on the coin it won't it'll convert into the G SE coined before it ever goes on as a as a trading coin so what'll happen in us over, when the main net is completed when they complete their, their blockchain, they'll combine the two coins, KABC one to one. It'll be the higher price because it's trading on the exchange, KCBS paid fourteen cents. They'll simply divide fourteen into the trading price of KBC at the time, and that ratio will be the amount of coin Joel convert into one GS. See in other words, he may take six to one of the KC one to one of the KABC. So, you'll end up with a GMC coin moving forward, which will be the one made convertible changeable into gold coin used as. Invested in which I did the came in and they say, keep fourteen cents visiting increases dollar, okay? Just for sake. That means increased one hundred times and converts, the goal that means whatever investment, I put it increases one hundred fold. Well. Yes or no, Kate BC coins is currently trading at six cents. That's on these change case CB is the incentive coin, they got that, of course, comes with a lot of different products, the phone, and it's, it's actually used as an incentive, but it's fourteen cents while when you combine those two into one coin, you're going to take the peg fourteen cent price into the higher price KBC, and that ratio will be the reduction in the number of KC coin, you're gonna get that instantly, of course, we'll trade the high price of the dollar value that you'll end up at the time of the Hartford, they call it happened will be the same, but you'll have a reduced number of k CB coins because of that, tha version because of that month for. So major increase in the value, if you convert cash. Crazy increase the vote. Huge, huge bonuses, huge benefits and those of us that nobody are the winners right right now what's going to happen? People should get in. Now here's what my prediction is my prediction is before the twenty twenty election. They're gonna fail it the first two things, they're going to fail at the impeachment and they're going to be evident. Next Pelosi, even though she has a little pre dementia is not stupid. She's realizing along with Biden, don't mention impeachment. Number two, they're gonna fail with assoiation. Because if you try to Trump is on private security, I and he'll shoot the secret secure service, people that may turn on them or walk back, just like the JFK, and the third thing is the only other thing they can do is global bankers can try to pull the economy and America is engine of the world if they do that number of people worldwide will starve to death for commit suicide, whenever we'll be in the millions. I don't think that number three options going to work, even if they're trying to work at America will still be strong enough that people. Will realize it's Democrats get in the economy is gonna completely crash move onto not a recession, but a depression makes nineteen twenty nine look like a garden party. Do that. And I don't I'm gonna happen. Prediction put ninety percent prediction that Trump will whilst through the selection because. The base for the Democrats are so insane. Fifty percents thinks is guilty of treason. This management more open more transparent any other president on things perfect. He's pushing recycle water and five network of beyond that, he's trying to ever the Kansas border trade, treaties, not go to war, but denuclearize, for example, I think he succeeded getting Russia's to pull up some supportive Madero. They've do their forces now from thousand chain Medeiros troops. And I think the next step was the actually pull up their nuclear weapons Archie Lilan. So the Russians are actually listening. China's gonna listen because they're caught is gonna crash and burn if they don't make a deal with Trump is Trump, some tough guy. He's the toughest business ago. She gas in the next few months. The Mexicans also closer southern border, they don't want their economy to crash, too. So I think what you're seeing Trump will what I see happening though is after twenty twenty four which why people should circuiting their coins things. Now I'm worried that after who's gonna replace Trump. Are we still going to have a an American first capitalist country or we're gonna have a socialist country that's going to destroy the economy, try to get free healthcare? I call I call eugenic air for all. In other words, it'll kill you. It'll be cheap, but it'll kill you genyk air for all, I know I worked in can I tell you Jenny care, I up and the Brady. Whereas whereas things going is that the young people don't realize we need to have a system where to cost university is not ridiculous. But it's not free. We need to make sure the healthcare is a fifth cost of this. Everybody can afford it. And we can have a social safety net without slow socialism, we need to have a system where people have personal responsibility and save. And we didn't have people have how savings account and saving so that the average person in retirement years has no money you know, that's ridiculous. We have a system set up so that people aren't tax death thinking that they can keep on printing from the money tree like AOL C. You know, we call her the brainless one or the occasional cortex, right. Or at the end of cortex is the other use for absent of cortex. She's completely rainless now understand. It's American innovation. American know how in American guts that made American, the strongest nation the world even over three hundred twenty seven million and people have to take seriously. Because we invented the future ninety ninety five percent of all patents or American and the same with the economy. The economy engine is capitalist and parts of it are out of control Amazon's control. It needs to be called back. So the, the shopping center, still die, we need to make sure they're tax. They're not being taxed. But I think Trump will actually get something that would be reasonable that will not kill the Konami, and my guess is, though that people need to take personal responsibility. So if they if they signed up and go to new dramatical, what how, how do they do it because they can go to those links and they can also get it. If they need a contact contact you light, they need to contact me directly, and I'll pass them up so they can get there. I feel coins but they need to realize this. They need to get on this train now. Winter's funding twenty the next year and a half if it crashes and things go bad, which you could or twenty twenty four they better. Well, start planning for the fact, not just being prepped up and having personal protections and foods things like legacy food. They better be ready for disaster for things me gold wrong way. Just like the mid west is now being pummeled with hurricanes and rain and everything else. The world economy is ready for a cardiac arrest. Isn't it? Well, it's. Who knows? But it's certainly heading in that direction that all you, do you go to your link register carat bars account and get yourself a K white sea approved which is know your customer upload your documents and purchase cash gold. And with that you can take the livery you should have some in your possession. You should also have some of those coins so that you can access them online, so physical possession is a good idea. And online and unite both have the same kind of that in terms of Trump, I one eight falls on the last election. I've already got three bad on this one. So here we go again. I honestly think from what I want Trump to do is, is, is groom someone to be Trump light person having Trump council where he doesn't have to be president, but you can be on the presidential council. Try to advise a new president, what to do because he's, he's a businessman, maybe he'll Queen Cleveland swamp enough so that it won't be as big an issue, come twenty one. It's not just cleaning this majority have swamped masters make sure won't. And you have to have masters, and I think he should be the head of it, and he should have other people trust to be there to make sure the swamp doesn't reaccumulation. Yeah. Well, maybe after nine eleven we have all these the court and so on, and they have used it. I mean, this is why we had this disaster with Hillary Clinton trying to get into office wicked witch of the west and the government using their, the nervous powers to abuse, the American public, including Donald Trump. This'll be the first woman president, twenty who knows right? Who knows? Don't know. But I can tell you, it's likely to be someone younger might even be his son in law Jared Kushner, it's likely be someone like even Joe Biden is actually pretty good guy to be the next president. He's not exactly passive people think he is because he saw spoken, but he's not passive. And I'd like to see a strong female presumption, that Pirro, you know, the, the female attorney judge on, on, on FOX, she would make an awesome vice president and eventually president, wouldn't she? Yes, yes, he's got. Got the got some then the and the ethics and the morals and the and the, the tough edge to her, plus nice that could do it. So in terms of what they do is go to neutral medical dot com. Go to the shop byproducts go to the dropdown menu for the two things we have the ICO coins. We can buy an care bar gold. The goal basically is task you get, you could actually move it anywhere in the world. You can actually take the cards or coins to yourself. You can actually give a custom-made card with your logo on it. You can in other words, it's basically had millions of micro banks. If you wanna call it. And when we have the exchange system set up with the new coming up this timber, it'll mean that you'll be able to buy and sell, you can actually accept care. 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When was basically you're very wealthy, lady, who's actually a good friend of the, of the Mormon stake of if you wanna call Dr there was actually verse stake of the practice of twenty two thousand Marlins back in nineteen eighty I bought it for the Mormon prophets daughters brother this as very wealthy. But when the, the state, president of her stake, actually was a cardiac surgeon, he told her vibrated on you're going to die in the table because he had five s disease and she's overweight. So he said, you know, trying to find alternatives why contacted my colleague stage warn, and he said, Hayes diga, why don't you send it to nation clinic and upstate New York. And I did she came back six weeks later walking three miles a day, and had no angina think, oh my God. Whatever they did. Of course, that's what it is formula was developed because a lot of people don't want just do key, which, by the way works for some people, and you have to do months of it. Plus strict eyder changes activity. And so what your dad is a formula that helps too key late heavy metals helps to predictive vessel wall helps improve perfusion leave? These nitric oxide helps lower blood viscosity prevent plaque and improve perfusion, which is Christ. Kayce love as LS, which means provision king. Now, the people that do the most research in perfusion. We were are the agents of Chinese. They have all kinds of technology machines to measure, your cardiac perfusion, which is more accurate than measuring. New blood pressure. The cuff sounds and the best technologies actually out of Israel from the Technion Technion institute there. And what they've developed was called the Endo Pat, or Indo based news, measuring the temperature of the fingertips of the blood flow. Now, the problem is that people don't understand conventional drugs may lower your blood pressure, but they cannot slow your blood profusion. They may not protect your every well-supplied formation. They may not reduce your blood, viscosity may not stop helmets this teen or things era tasting it, and it may not raise nitric oxide, which if you don't have it, you can't raise option to your tissues. Even if your blood pressure's lower that all the things the cardiovasc- is. So let's go through the seven center. Just two components and explain even if you take some blood pressure pills or. You might think, well, my hands can call I get cold weather, or I get cramps in my legs, you probably got low perfusion, or if you've got problems with your memory, and so on, it may not just be like you've got this mile nation or neuro transmitter problem. The most common thing is a Swiss cheese profusion problem to your brain and cardiovascular improve your memory, improves the land crabs improve for fusion to your tissues, and help reduce inflammation, because when you profuse tissues, you also get the cells, in there to turn off inflammation. Get rid of stealth pathogens and help to detox your body. So let's go through them. The first one is. The first one is the Hawthorne leaf and flower extract, and now, do not by the garbage knockoff copies. Trying to steal the formula. The don't vary is right. Component called Vitek CIN. It's a cardio tonic like helps your heart and your blood vessels contract to push blood, your per free like to Jackson. Next one is age garlic garlic is age ear. So in this age garlic is very interesting. And with the garlic, but it does it, it lowers the engine converting enzyme, it also kills bacteria and other pass Jains in your artery walls that could actually cause damage, including viruses, and bacteria cause vascular disease is not a sterile environment. Okay. That's why the people I saw in the cardiac transplant unit. The all had horrifying teeth and gums, and Donnelley's next week bought it is. Cayenne and the guy is very important because it's going to release nitric oxide. We have three gas system if you don't really stand, your oxen several other ways to do it use infrared Sanga you can use aluminum photon pad over your heart, and your blood vessels per free. If you've got poor per full circulation like you're diabetic. But you need to have the cardiovasc-. The second component is our super Knox. And we're working on new upgraded super knocks, this antastic super knocks combined with cardiovasc- cardiovascular on its own will improve perfusion by releasing nitric oxide, Netzer bone. It is. Though, then we have the bilberry, Bill risen small delightful, antioxidant menial across the membrane disolve, our liver kidneys fleeing bowel wall cetera. So in other words, grabs free radicals that damage your blood vessel walls, and can cause plaque do oxidized fatty acids, and cholesterol to cause dead macrophages and the dies is. Machiavelli's dies. It's actually. It turns into was foam cell and foam cell actually will create plaque. Because when you look at high speed scanner now they have a new protocol in Britain. They've shared on C T. You can actually see if you haven't profiled trae fats, in that plaque, lipid fractionation using extra free radian valley, labs, neck and actually tell you, if you're forming Olympic plaque. Setup that actually setting out for heart attack, or stroke years beforehand, because we look at your profile do you think the average cardiologist? Dr does this. No. As you buggers really are. And they don't have the scientific knowledge to know innovative medicine now integrated medicine is not alternative. I angry as as hell when people say, what I do is alternative notes. Not this integrative. If you can reduce somebody like, I have people reduced from twelve drugs to drugs, or one drug or no drugs using interesting calls. Right. And it might be on to drugs, but we wanna do drugs are safe, not stupid like cluster lowering agents or you know, h Vico reduction, limiters or things like. Serotonin five receptor blockers for depression or other drugs. You have to give the right nutraceutical so that you can eat hill, the physiological process. So let's look at the next component. Ginko Geico's gonna lower blood viscosity, and this is one of the components that the Canadian government being the nanny state removed. So the Canadian version doesn't have the old formula. All we haven't and the old minute, basically, they were afraid that people who took before surgery. They've lean, of course, you will you wanna stop this dare to before you do major dental work or surgery because you're going to be your blood's gonna flow like water nutty, not like in Canada maple syrup or the America corn syrup. You want the flow. Nice inspired the low blood discussed the cells. Don't stack up and make the heart have two parts rudely. Hard, your blood vessels, pursed. All the grave Kate perfusion to the perfect because of blood. They'll say this lowers blood viscosity next one. Then we have the milk, Thistle milk's going to stimulate detoxification. You gotta detox sure Rogers had a good statement. I like her statement. I'm going to quote her detox are die. And I it's almost like a credit battle, you know, detox battle, he talks. You know, like the Viking, Joe hitting over the cliff. Oh, you got to detox, the problem is that we have a toxic world. There's ten thousand eight hundred chemicals in seven new every day and our environment. We've got mineralized soil. We've got five networks mart meters wifi networks and everything else gala relation heavy metals from Cosima Daichi, and heavy metals in water. And now toxic chemicals, call to tap water toy. This is industrial waste to my bloodstream water. That's a little different isn't my toxic industrial waste doping agents I control chemotherapy, birth control pill, industrial waste remote gassing chemicals from building materials in your home or some business or doping agents making microchips into my bloodstream, thank you for very much for trying to kill me with toxic, poly, politics, ity. The fact is you have to detox, if you don't talk Safai. You're already all saying, what the hell you doing to me, and they start to shrivel up. And when you're already walls, down you end up with plaque and plaque basically is trying to. Patch the holes in the walls, like a tar, paper shack in Haiti and the does do very good job of that. That's why classrooms is just a good. Patch people taking cluster lowering agents or stupid, you just have to prevent oxidation. So we add to the cardiovasc- formula things to reduce free radicals Karazin D league and ultra Simond be one with translates to roosting little oxygen sell detox xylophone, age duplex hydrogen to get rid of hydro proxy radical and took a try knows took fear, all's, which was not just vitamin d vitamin e in our he plus we wanna get rid of cited kinds, like I l seventeen TANF office cetera that can actually fry your arteries and that's was sell defense. Plus we wanna take pro anti inflammatory fatty acids. No mega supreme the Mongla, right? It's forty percent. More absurd because it's predigested in your term reliable. So people have to understand we, we have a big benchmark here. And our North American diet environment is killing us, teen Skela radiation, like electric and electro. Pollution, electricity self is near the resident frequency of calcium stimulation inflammation, artery walls, so just electric city, the Donald lectures, she started the cause people get heart disease and diabetes and remember all of these conditions. Heart disease is basically a pre diabetic condition and your first issue that gets insulin resistance, your screen, oh muscle. The next is your solve organs, like your kidneys liver, and then finally your brain, your brain gets lose this, and you become demented, because you can't fire off an action potential in creating narrow network without fuel the fuel of, of, of sugar, you have to use medium chain, triglycerides, and tones, which is why we have our product you tone power. So. So very important. So cardiovasc- is really important. I mean I would not not not, not miss my four capsules twice a day. Now, I'd like twice a day because somebody will, you know, they they'll actually enough they'll take three times a day, but I just increase if I take it twice a day. The average female will need at least two three capsules today and you want to take the other stuff too. Don't just take ask do take those things we recommend and you can put even Lumine photon pads of your chest. If you've got Ari fixed heart disease, or heart failure, you can do EPA genetic treatment, or ECP, extra corporal, counterpole stations therapy, which I can refer to clinic out of the house in New York. They can do it so cardiologists to do politicians of your blood vessel of your legs between heartbeats you take our cardiac peptides, which are regulatory peptides nutraceutical re-grow arteries, like read your velvet optimize. Welcome is, and guess what in China disappears? You grow new arteries, and you don't need a bypass is that good. And the problem is that you could do concrete tests like a B Trevan Trevan your crowded arteries, you could measure lipid Electra freezes you can look at these cardiac markers, and April proteins determine if you've got a high risk of cardiac disease, and you don't need to suffer. But if you think your conventional doctor knows what I know you're an idiot, and you're going to suffer for it. If you think that you'll I don't wanna hear dago 'cause he's arrogant. He thinks he knows everything I don't. But if I talk about something, I know it, and I can prove it with tests, and I can prove it to your doctor. You might think. Well, that's just voodoo Votto. He's are federally certified labs like Vernon valley, labs, or other laboratories that Great Plains lab with Dr William saw that. We're used to work for the CDC. These are certified labs can actually measure what the hell's going on your body, which conventional doctor has no clue on not, not if I had the right to change the DO and MD medical school curriculum. They have to do next. Two to three years training, learn functional medicine integrative, and it'd have to defend a medical before they graduate. That would cut out a lot of doctors couldn't make I'd say two-thirds, wouldn't make it so that program. They have regurgitation capacity regurgitate on a multi guests question there, actually thinks real problem, solving, and actually prevent a PHD thesis, or all these additional things that I've learned over forty some years by being self trained and curious. Are you kidding me? There's no frigging way. They're not. They're not gonna make it. I don't care if they're specialists, and they know bunch of procedures they need an integrated medicine, whether you're an orthopedic surgeon or heart surgeon, our pediatrician look at all the big push for vaccines when you can take things to kill off, viruses, like measles. No big deal. Give your kid power neutral over nutrient twenty six why and you go. I mean we can add other things like neutral defense, which should kill of our caps. So heart disease is a biggie. In fact, if you look at heart and vascular disease kills more people in the next five major causes of death and the end allying Qasem and the other problems. And it's tied directly things like diabetes. Everybody was vascular disease is basically a pre diabetic. Did you know that? Yeah. Everyone no, no exceptions, the may still have they have probably have elevated blood sugar blood cortisol blood insulin. Elevated free radical levels, which is why they can actually is plus rall. Oxidized fatty acids, then dead macrocosm big eater cells to turn into foam cells foam cells plaque, right? So what people should understand is what I give you advice, don't disrespect it. I don't care if you like me you're going to respect my advice. If you're going to suffer for it. And if you're on five drives, maybe it'd be I'm wondering, maybe just be having a ace inhibitor while you get rid of everything else, you wanna if you're on direct, maybe you just need power. Plus. Do not cultural or drug. We have one for Lawrence rank this ride, and we can lower insulin by giving things like left in metabolic nosing slower your insulin levels, like plus. Dive adelina. But if using your doctor's going to give you a drug that's gonna solve all your problems. You're delusional. They'll change some of your numbers you look good. When you die. How's that? You have a beautiful blood pressure on your stroke. Water is one of these central's of life, pure water systems. 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I'll give if you start interest cynical recommend some things, but you have to understand that if you're condition is terminal that you've got cancer metastatic where you've got some serious heartfelt conditioning, our concept and I need to be able to integrate care or otherwise you're gonna have complications, diver maturely and a lot of people will say, well, I've gone to my hand and I've done XYZ online dollars things. Look, I don't care. What interested it goes? You're taking even got partial relief of your cancer. Shrunk a little bit, you need to know there's a lot of options for you. Now we have the cancer vaccines against the vaccine against cancer after do test in Greece. We've got the cancer blood vessel vaccine. It's approved. Now, Trump and his new legislation before it was taken over by the house, which is a need to try loss allows. People have access we've got insult potentially chemo. We've got mild hyperbaric auction with ozone or issues on therapy to kill cancer. 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Are you integrate I actually will work with other clinics around the world? And whether you know, clinics you fly into and go for detox capacity. Your ID Latian fixed where you actually have all kinds of alternative care. In other words, you don't need to just think. Well, it's just deal. No, it's not. I will work with other clinics. Doctor's all over the world in order to get you, well, and whether they need to do, especially imaging studies or IV collation, or I could slow contained to potentially chemo. I talked to a gentleman yesterday from British Columbia, that has a special clinic using scaler technology, Campbell river, British Columbia. People get better and. We working soon with the new technology of the of broadcasting frequencies through the Pearl and the project three we have the sonic life. In fact, we were talking about that again Wednesday. It's the best exercise machine. But also the best delivery system right now for epidemic frequencies. We're working with cyber attack that make Lumine photon pads to make a little new device that allowed to us to broadcast frequencies into your body to try to help you heal. So these things are now becoming available. So we're able to actually get some of these things done now that can actually before we're impossible for us to do. They're becoming possible now. So you need to know that, that's now very possible for us to be able to help you to get well from things that were impossible before. What don't want people understanding too, is that. Messes, we've had very, very quickly and as myself, but I belong to a very large academies, economy of in aging medicine. We had last week, we had on the president and founder, Dr Ron classes of good friend of mine. I'm working on technology to measure the quantum bio circuits in if my little oscilloscopes work, he's gonna bring his co founder Dr Goldberg to come out golden to come on at the end of June to visit me and my laboratory in my studio here if it works, we'll get a formal lab and get formal funding to actually have independent scientists confirm my quantum bias circuit Siri of aging and disease, if it's correct. It doesn't just apply Hume's, vice animals vise, every living thing that the quantum HOGAN regulates your genetics every living thing. And it explains DNA is, which is the condensation of information accumulated using the interaction with the university. You wanna call it. So that's pretty cool stuff. Just means we're at the point now where we can actually do a lot of things we couldn't do before. I want people understand that those things are possible now because we have new technology allows us to actually find out. You know, what's, what's happening in terms of how people get well and help people heal. Right. So that's, that's becoming possible. The other thing, of course, is that we want people to realize that our nutraceutical we have sales on every major holiday the next big one as a month from now, the fourth of July holiday, and usually, they'll big holiday like that. Go for a week, you also get sale prices on the loom and not in anything else just under living pads and Lumina machines. And our nutraceutical everything else is regular price, or it's always on sale, like the pure water systems are always on sale at ten percent off it. Use the code neutral. You've been rate. Now is the time to get your care par ICO coins. It's definitely the time to actually get. You know, if you wanna get a consultation, get going before the fall, so that you can actually get your health back under under working. It's important to understand that. There we go. It's important to understand that we have the possibility now of getting your health back and integrating, it was advanced test kits which I can send you anywhere in the world. I review those like did done this weekend. With lady up in Montana who had breast cancer. She had to manage to take a number of help for us to tumor event, but she has no evidence that tumors gone, and gold standard of care, by the way, that cancer has got us to do spirals than section CT skin and a pet positron emission tomography skin to see if we get all this lesions, or secondaries are hot on the on the scan. And if you if you do that test, you can actually determine that the cancer actually is physically gone because you actually see the pension indicates that there's no sign of the tumor actually being present. Right. That make sense. So I went people understand that you have to identify the tumors, actually physically gone. You have to actually measure the cancer markers to make sure that there's no evidence that the cancer cell cancer is still present. If you're gonna actually he'll someone from from cancer, it's not just a matter that you have to kind of identify that the cancer, you think has gone or your doctor says it's gone. You have to get an imaging study or cancer markers. We have two labs now to measure all the markers for Naga lease to the mass cancer tasks, and other kids, America's or specific burgers for specific sub types of cancer. Same thing with heart disease, I by integrative doctor, I'm trained as a natural pass, but I'm saying to the events medical test. Like look at viral section CT scan and review it with you on, on the video, or I see your heart and blood vessels to see if you got calcification of your heart involved vessels, indicators problem there, or if I that you have problems with. With your. Circulation of your heart. We can actually get your cardiologists or local doctor and whatever part of the country outside the country to do a cardiac, light scan, which is even more accurate than treadmill test, but eventually values are federally certified labs. It's not Dr eagles opinion these labs, do things that I had in my office in Denver. I had delays for scholar, working with the cardiologists from Harvard back in the late nineties, and two thousands, and we were able to actually do Visconti tests on people was up to five thousand eight points and five minutes using delays IRS and can tell if your blood was hyper, viscous, because people develop heart disease, having crease inflammation, inflammation causes increased blood viscosity, and that's where the top Washington lab Brady valley labs can actually measure that in. Systolic diastolic viscosity. So very important understand that. And if we look at, for example, the. Nutraceutical here. For example. Look at the nutraceutical, we can actually see a range of them, for example. If you're trying to deal with pain, first thing I'd recommend you do is you put on the take inflammatory and arthritic for, for pain, and sell the plus the inflammatory usually for males three to four capitals twice a day and female to three. Yes, riddick's wanted to capsules twice a day sold offense, plus least two capsules twice a day and topically you put on pregnenolone cream, and then they can add procurement, we also have the pro made but you have to use sparing, because it gets, not only will fall off, you kind of accumulating your clothing, but you don't eat very much little tiny drop robbed and mixed with water and spit on top of these creams will, at I kind of feel the really cool, even giving mild almost, but then it passes a couple of minutes. You get really good pain relief was appropriate gel, but you don't even very much using that tiny tiny amount. I mean especially if you put it on top of these other creams, but you wanna turn off the inflammation, that's where the DHEA and pregnenolone come in. And then you want to enter Komen cream, which is really good for trading off inflammation in the skin. And in the joints. And of course, remember that inflammation is just basically citing times. It's physically cited kinds at our cosmic problem there. So that's important understood. So go. So let's go through some of them, we have drinks, ageless, life support place mix and neutral complete Neutra, complete, of course, best rates in Greece, drink, we've got our powders to lake brain MAG and combine break brain, making combine, which I have my drink. Right beside me fantastic, along with Kito power. You can add the vitamin mix, and the sports, energy light, drink can even to make them muscles. Amino acids easily just take the Keita power lacy mix. And at the combine rain MAG. If you're trying to lower insulin resistance left in metabolic, you want your copper minerals, plus Kaz conference important for copra. So d- one, you wanna lower free radical so carnitine Lincoln Neutra are very important because singled auctions, one knocks of muscle owed. HD plex and sell. You talks Lewis. I out and then you want chromium vanadium, because the chromium the native help reactivate, the insulin receptor, your muscle because that's the reason why blood sugar takes off and diabetes. So dive ailing by plus leptin, metabolic helpful. Then, of course, the body will take protein and turn it into sugar. And you can use the river Staten to actually blocked that Phosa. So it will block the conversion into sugar. So that makes a huge difference there. Very important to understand what's going on there in your body is that you can actually fix underlying problems with, with the body using reciprocals, if you got gas, right? Yes. You want to use our. 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Dave Matthews

The Nicole Sandler Show

32:54 min | 2 years ago

Dave Matthews

"I'm Nicole Sandler thrilled to welcome. Dave Matthews to studio. See we are live in Los Angeles on channel one. Oh, three one. And were also in Boulder Colorado at on KABC. Oh, so thank you for joining us. Both. Thank you. Well, read. You know, anyone who I I feel like I should give you an introduction. But at this point anyone who doesn't know who Dave Matthews is has to be have been like hiding under a rock for the last five years or so frequently with groups of people that that don't. Where strip clubs. I don't frequent them for this. Oh, you you are here in town to show tomorrow night at the Pantages theatre. You are doing the second. Dave matthews. Tim Reynolds tour promoting the third the second one that I know about the second one was ninety five I think ninety six was the second and the I ninety five which is where the live album is taken from while. You're here solo today you got guitar in hand. How about starting with the song? We'll play some really long and slow. Radio. I don't think. So what do you? What are you going to do for us? We'll start with thingy thingy. And then we'll go on with that other thing. Okay. Dave Matthews in studio c on channel one zero three one and KABC. Oh, thank you. The forum. Oh, brother of mind. Lease don't folk me fine ago. And if I die. Before my time. Oh, sister of mine. Lease don't let me fine. Please filler grass over me with the wine. You gave Jesus that set him free after three days down. Please. Roar on up for me does stuff your gave Jesus that set him free after three days. Who moan? Prey tend plea. Hormone. Tender. Oh, and if this goal. Should steal mysolar way own mother own mind fees, redirect me, if this gold. Film class deep from me. With the gave cheeses that set in after three days. Apprai- toned. Poem. Come. You. Cohn. You see? Les CO two you. Jess ru Omai. Style. Oh. Away. You have. Land is. So. Will spread. This. This. If. Them. Stay. I will bury. Who? Say. I will. Will spread. This. To justify. Size. Movers side. Say. Our I will Larry. Now, I arrest fee pies. Fire those hands. And I have retired. Read my own. Colin. From California to New York islands from Redwood. To the goal stream order. This land. Muncher greeted. No mercy. Friends. Teach little John. See shown do need. Don't. Jolting. Down. Jones who are. Joe? More. Ooh. Just. No mercy. Friends feed. Genesee dunno show. Don't need. Me. Catanha one wine cave. We are a group of listeners here. Obviously there are some people in studio c with us, and we gave away just a few pairs of tickets. You've got some fanatic fans, but you knew that already. You have people that follow you around. There's one guy Steve sitting right here who has taken the week off work and his following you up and down the west coast went to the show last night in Santa Barbara. He knew the way he got his tickets was he knew the date and the city and state in which live at Luther college was recorded. And I thought maybe he had the CD there any opened it. No, he called from a payphone he pulled over and call from payphone, and he just knew it because he was one of those who trade. Not afraid. But I, but I must admit that. I know it was ninety ninety five nineteen ninety-five. That's what I know. No. It was ninety six right? February news ninety six. February wasn't it February ninety six six or something like that? I don't even know what day of the week. It is. So I got that going. It's Monday Monday Monday. If you'd asked me, I would have told you was Wednesday Monday, you do politically incorrect tonight. And you do the Pantages theatre it's doing that. I didn't know that. I didn't know it was Monday, though, the point I'm getting at is you have people who who are are just they they know obviously almost more about you than you do. They trade tapes, you allow people to come and tape your shows kind of a think really how we got started was that people were spreading spreading music around with tapes. So kind of slap in the face if we said there was no taping. You know? So of the people that you know, the reason we got signed Bruce would tell you that that he got a tape here and from a fan and the same time other in Argyll Peter in New York gotta tape around the same time from two different sources. And so, and that's what they they were turned on those tapes, and then they came to us. So it was really even getting signed well funded right record company was was as a result of of people taping our shows and stuff. So we keep that going and one of the reasons. Shows because every night is something different. Hopefully. And that's just a mistake. We haven't gotten all the notes exactly right yet. We're still looking for in a win win. Eventually, you know, we'll get it down. So we can do everything exactly the same every night, which is what we're aiming at. Eventually improvisation out of it. Matthews ban. But then you also have this thing to do with Tim Reynolds. Tim Reynolds is not an official member of the zone vise own choice really of he and I worked together actually, we've messed around played music together for longer than the band's into which is an old friendship and not to say that we we didn't use to play two acoustic guitars together, we used to make weird recordings in my basement earn his house, so Tim, and I've known we've known each other for a really long time. And I and he was one of the inspirations for me to put my own band together is to sit sit in with his, and maybe it was just to get me out of the way. But, but you know, I put a band together on his NFU other people's advice. Of people that I really admire, but Tim so bene- part of it. You know, he's on he's recorded with us all our albums, and and he's toward us a little bit recently. He told her thus. But but he likes to keep he's got his own thing. Nice to keep that he likes to have his independence from it. And so this is real special. What he and I'd the two of us together for both of us something that that he he loves coming out the freedom to that as just because of the kind of friends, we are that the music happens between us, you know, I I think really we could doesn't matter. What we could. We could make any kind of music together and have a good time doing it. And put ourselves into the kind of relationship we have album live at Luther college in the last time you were through the two of you played a Pantages theater, then as well. And that was a wonderful show want to head into another. No, no, no that the list of requested. Numbers. So that's the settlers didn't make it up. Dave matthews. It would be nice if you play D, so I'll do those first one. My little my swing on things. Yeah. Dave Matthews in studio. See channel one or three one in KABC. Oh. Since that day are bone. It feels. Black cast. Irwin. Only will flow. Heavy on me. Skift? Wiz. Silence. Where? Through. Ditch day going for you. Come down. Fade away. Change now. Sure. Show time. Scott. School. Two. Swedes shoe. Sweet. Last. Four. Boys. Charlotte. Just so. Your eyes glow. So. Crazy. Oh, comb cry. He. Boy. Them boys. To forgive me. Oh. Use Sogo Carlos. So. Tom crash ins. The. Skirt. Show though. I guess card that more. Show to me. Lachey window steer shoe where? It's so CHAI twist. Oh, you for me crash. Crash. They. All that. There is grass. Say crash into baby. Swimming men. Yes. Show. Although wave crashing into. Feud away come. Oh, yes. Outfielder coming crash. Dixit Tennessee land we count we're on to get down. Dave Matthews thirty on channel three one in KBC. I may maybe going out on a limb here a little bit. But you must really like sucks. I don't know. But the way you I say it takes up the subject matter of of a good portion of your songs. What else? Now, here's my question to you. Right. These for a particular person or do you write them as kind of a fantasy for something? You would like. Live up to know. That you know, we all have a ideal. Fantasies always better than reality. Maybe but not always. But no, they are sort of focused on somebody at the think, you know, they're written with somebody in mind. It's easier that way. So so. Can't say who know. This is the wrong towel system. I've got sweating. Like a pig. Swept weird expression. Isn't it? Weird expression. Sweating like a pig. Pigs. Don't sweat. That from Dave Matthews. You're doing politically incorrect tonight. Do you do they tell you ahead of time? Like, what topic you're going to discover? Clue. I mean or else it might not be really interesting discussions. You wanna think when think about things, you know, think about what you think talked to other people about it? So what are you talking about bum until you are you a politically minded person because you're songs mostly? Well, I think there's a, you know, politically minded, yeah. But just don't feel like putting it in my songs, very often. It comes in sometimes very rarely in the in the chosen singles, but occasionally comes in those two. But. Relate more to the sexual say, you can say a lot. I think down Brazil a a lot of their political songs are either about church about love. And that's how they would that. That's how they express their political opinions lot. So that's not I'm not claiming. That's what I'm doing. But I'm saying, hey, maybe maybe maybe I am talking about. Dave Matthews is with us in studio. See, okay. What was that? Again. Checking the settlers. Very. Do wanna see how it comes out somebody flush the toilet? I don't know if you can hear it out there and radio land that I can hear it here. The toilet. We recording it when we recorded. I I I'll I'll do some only do something. I want to go get whatever enough do a this isn't sort of a sex. This isn't a sex Hong so much as visit love song. But I'm, but when we were recording this we'd get these great takes we're up in little room on top of on top of a nightclub. And obviously there's people going to toilet downstairs. So we got all these great takes. But we had to choose the one that didn't have a big, you know. Somebody's excrements sinking into the bowels of the earth. But but no. So this this hopefully no-one flush the toilet grayness. Okay. Just just let it sit. Okay. I'm in thinking about the toilet all day. I won't even ask. Why? Thing. Go on forever. Only knowing he he again. Touch is hard to remember. That touch. No, no. For sure. We've done to numerous coverage. Would you like to dance? Me. Thing. The heaviest way. Yawn. That's how. My. Lips? From the face of a child, you're on the scene, though, the greatest few. To chew. Squaw quay like yours too. As you, please. Q. Remember thinking? Sometimes. Well, so times row. No. Somehow he cube with each other. The heaviest. That's. My. Phone the face of child. Is a scene the greatest. Hey do. Or quay like stuff? Do as you please. Q. Do you can do? We asked for one, okay? Dr. From them. Stage show. When. Oh. Secrets. Casts. When has. Spring. This place. All around. Tricks. Spend. Five cents. About this. Dave Matthews live in three are. Thank you so much sorry about the little percussion. Upton sing complaining singing. Actually, there was this. Somebody standing at the door that was sandy making her presence. Dave Matthews in town for show at the theatre tomorrow night. Unfortunately for people who don't have tickets at sold out. I think we have one pair will probably give away later today and politically incorrect tonight on ABC, and please come back and see us next time. Overstay? Absolutely not. I hope we didn't ask too much of you. Thank you. And we'll see you tomorrow night. Thanks.

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Lucas Hnath knows 'Dana H.' All Too Well

The Frame

15:57 min | 2 years ago

Lucas Hnath knows 'Dana H.' All Too Well

"From the Mon broadcast center at KP. See this is the frame. I'm John horn, and thanks for joining us during our spring membership drive today. My guest is playwright, Lucas Nathan, Nathan has two plays in production Hillary Clinton starring Laurie Metcalf. And John Lithgow is currently on Broadway. And the play Dana, h starring Deirdre O'Connell is here in Los Angeles at the Kirk Douglas theatre Dana, h is deeply personal for Nathan. It's based on the real life kidnapping of his own mother in nineteen ninety seven when I spoke with eighth about bringing a story of family trauma to a public audience. He told me how his mother asked him to put her experience on the stage but he just didn't know how to go about it. I think it was many years until I had the idea of voice, something that was in the back of my head to use lip synching and to use the form of monologue based on actual interviews. But I think she was more ready. For it than I is the key to telling story figuring out the means to which you can tell it. Yes. Absolutely. If I have an idea about a theatrical convention that excites me that creates some tension with the material than that will definitely motivate me. And so, in the case of Dana, h it was the idea that the play would be composed of interviews that fellow theater maker, Steve costs and conducted with my mother, and that I would take those recordings and build the recordings into the play, so that it would be lip sing. How does that change the experience for the audience? I know how I reacted to it. But I'm curious what are thinking was? And maybe even what you observed as you're working on the show and senior actor performance and watching the audience listened to her mouth. The words that was being spoken in previous recorded audio, well, there's definitely a strangeness to it. I mean it's a little. Bit of say ons were conjuring the spirit in the room, it's a it's an act of channeling and for whatever reason that seemed intuitively right for the play. I for many, many, many years been very fond of lip synching. I, I love virtuosic act. You know, it's, it's strange at first may even be kind of funny, just because it's uncanny to see somebody speaking, and see that allusion be so tight. And then you start to forget about it, until there's a moment that I'm very keen on where, where the actress Didi in the course of lip synching just takes out a bottle of water and drink some water. And then goes back to talking. There's something strange about the natural real active drinking water out of a bottle and lip synching with a fake voice, and I don't know why it's strange, but I just find it kind of magical the other thing that I found magical in watching it is the few moments of silence. When all. Although the audience is listening to, and your actress, DIGI O'Connell is lip synching every line, there are a couple of moments when you're not hearing anything and it to my mind really changes the way you listen not only to what she's saying. But also to silence. And what silence means in the course of the story. Yeah. That was another thing that was really important to me was to find these moments of just heavy silence. And we played around a lot with how long some of his silences would be. But when we started, if I have one superpower as a playwright, it's that metabol- audience member fan, I get bored, very easily. I get confused very easily other people's plays in my own equally. And when we started the rehearsal process, we had the audio track assembled and first thing I said is I can't follow that at all? And so I started rearranging pieces and and. When the key elements was to add in even more silence because we just sort of need moments to digest this barrage of information, which she delivers very quickly. We're talking with playwright Lucas nays at the premiere at the end of the show, your mom actually came out and took a curtain call which was a very powerful experience. And I'm wondering what it felt like for you to see that. And maybe if she shared anything afterward about what watching that play had been like for her new. We didn't really talk about it that much. And of course, we've been talking throughout about the place. So there wasn't really anything much to discuss afterwards. You know, I've been I've been sharing with her. The audio track as we went along. And so there were no surprises for her, but no, I did find the moment where she came out really moving. And I you know, I think that moment of hearing, the, the. The ovation for her and, and her story. I think I think that was very powerful for her. I wanna ask you kind of a broad question. And that is really how stories come to you. Is it vary from project to project? Is it a moment that something you read, how do you how would you say most stories kind of land in your in your creative mind any stories that I can easily tell the story of how got to me and up being placed I don't right? And it's why Moyes about at the what inspired this play question. Because if I if I'm too conscious of it, then something of the mystery gets lost. And I lose motivation to right. I mean, technically speaking the way that I work is I once my brain starts kind of hovering around either theatrical device or a subject, or just even health stage looks 'cause that's often where begins for me. I'll just start generating pages in. All right. And really quick fragments little scraps of dialogue, once I q late about anywhere between one hundred and four hundred pages of scraps. I tried to get into a room with actors in Al pick my favorite pieces and I'll have the actors read through them over and over and out often over the course of a week just start building the play in the room, writing in the room with the actors and piecing something together. It sounds kind of odd. But what you're saying? Is that sometimes the more you kind of know what a story is, maybe the less interested, you are in telling it, my hearing that, right? Yeah. I think that's right. If there's some kind of agitation or there's something kind of nagging at me that I don't quite know how to describe, that's when I that's when I keep at it, what do you take away from working with actors as talented ATH, Laurie Metcalf? Because in theater, the playwright is king, or Queen you have incredible creative rights, and yet, you seem to be a very collaborative person when working with somebody like Lori. How would you describe your collaboration of what she gives you as a performer? Chill fight for stuff will debate over lines, no arguments. It's just sort of, like we'll really interrogate every line together. And the thing that she's also, you know, I mentioned that I write with these scraps, I show her all of them, and she kind of remembers them, so I get this additional processing power with her too, because all hit a moment where I can't figure out how to make a moment work, and she'll remember something that I forgot about ages ago. So she's great collaborator that way. When we come back, more with playwright Lucas Nathan, he talks about his Broadway, play Hillary and Clinton. Let's get back now to my conversation with playwright, Lucas Nayef his play Dana age. Is that the Kirk Douglas theatre while another Hillary Clinton is on Broadway? When I spoke with he shared, what kind of theatre left a Mark on him as a young playwright, the place that I was really drawn to were plays that we're all doing something really radical with form the downtown of guard work of Richard foreman, or Carol Churchill. So they would be pleased that would make the world strange again, in some way, def- ameliorate is it? I think that was something that really influenced me even something like Hillary and Clinton. There's an active defin- reservation happening in that play where I'm saying that these characters are Bill and Hillary, but there's zero attempt to impersonate, the people, they're sort of a tension between what the image we have in our heads of these. People versus what you're seeing on stage though. In fact, in your performance notes for the play you say, and I'm Nicole them, it might be tempting very tempting to play these characters as imitations of the real deal and actor playing Bill Clinton might be very tempted to mimic Bill signature southern drawl and lip bites just as an actor, playing Hillary might want to emulate hurricane says, and laugh dote do it. And I think it's all caps as it is, as bold underlying, but it suggests that these are characters who and I think your references like Henry, the fifth that actors did know what how look like. So why do you have a reference to that? But does that mean that characters like Bill and Hillary Clinton in a vacuum art in some ways almost existential characters that deserve their own story? Yeah. I'm sort of taking on the sort of mythic image of these characters there wasn't much effort to sort of get the thing by graphically accurate like that. That seemed less interesting to me, I I'm really kinda taking on a little bit more what these real people represent in our minds. I was thinking about other things that you have written doll's house, part to the Christians, Hillary and Clinton and I was thinking about this idea that we live in an era of judgment, and it can be, you know, something as banal a like on an Instagram post or it can be trying to say, well, that person shouldn't have done this, I would have done that and I was thinking about those plays, and one of the things that I take away from them is that even as we're inclined to judge the actions of lead characters in your plays, ultimately, I think we come to understand why they made decisions that might not have been our own. And I wonder if that is something that you ever feel is intentional on your part to try to put the audience in the mind of the characters, they're watching and. Judge them but understand them. No, that's, that's my that that's probably my mission statement. That is something that I do think about very consciously allot. I'll often build plays to even lead the audience a little bit down the path of judging and making a sumptiousness. And then the story always wants to have a moment where I for lack of a better term indict the audience, I catch them in, in the act, and I try to make them conscious of certain assumptions, they're making are certain paths their minds are going down. We're talking with playwright Lucas nays. I want to read to you a line from Hillary Clinton. This is Hillary Clinton speaking, and she's talking about running for president, but it's something that any woman in any job where there's some sort of patriarchy in place would say or thank or contemplate. And this is what Hillary says, I want to do this, because I actually think no, I know I. Be great at this job because for decades, I've been sitting over to the side, wading watching, watching other people do what I know I can do better watching other people who don't know what they're doing. Get ahead of me sitting here having the better ideas I while other people stumbled through and get it wrong again. And again until they get it right. If they ever even get it, right. And I'm wondering about that particular piece of dialogue because it does feel to speak to a universal truth. And I'm wondering as you're writing Hillary Clinton. And you think about what Hillary sane in that moment about, how that might resonate in the real world, and how other women or people who are just franchised feel about what she's expressing. It's funny because that that's a line, where we were into previews now, saying, do, I need to change people to men. To make it clearer. And Sarah money, dramaturge. I work with a lot. She said, no, no, no. We we hear what she's really talking about there. Yeah. No. I mean, something that I, I think I think about a lot is fairness. And I think a lot of my characters are always saying, some version of wait, how is this, right? How is this right that you get to do this? I don't get to do this or that, you know, you get this pass, and I don't get this passed that seems to be something that I keep coming back to it almost feels like in that case you're watching a play that even if words are not being changed in the play itself, it is almost moving from comedy to tragedy in real time. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean we did a production in Chicago. And then one in Philly a couple months later. And when we did in Chicago, nobody was taking the Trump thing seriously and Philly, it had become reality, and so between those two productions it really the Philly version felt scarier. You seem to be very busy as a playwright. What are you working on now? And how do you decide what it is that you want to focus on what you wanna say no to? Get back to work on this play called the thin place that we premiered out at Humana this past March. And it's a horror play and we're going to be doing it at playwrights horizons in the fall, that's the next one on my list. I mean how do I decide what I'm gonna work on? I like to run up and down the Hudson, and I'll go running and, and all start hearing something in my head. It's, it's, it's often whenever whatever play comes to me, while I'm exercising something will start to kind of press on the edge of my head, and that will be, what I write a slow as you're not so obsessed with that idea that you run in front of a moving car. I would die doing what makes me happy. Lucas, thanks so much for coming on the show. Thank you for having me. Snaith is the playwright of Dana, h is at the Kirk Douglas theater in Culver city through June twenty third and that is the frame for today. Thanks for listening both on the radio and on demand. And thank you so much for supporting KBC. I'm John horn. We'll see tomorrow back here at the Mon broadcast center.

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Inside the studio with Prince

The Frame

27:02 min | 2 years ago

Inside the studio with Prince

"From the Mon broadcast center at KP. See this is the frame, I'm John horn on today's show. Neil young once saying that rock and roll can never die. But what if there's nowhere to buy good tars, then the prince archive has untold amounts of unreleased music. Susan Rogers, one of his recording engineers recounts, how her dream job with prince came with a steep price. Twenty four hours was normal. Forty eight hours was not uncommon and the longest one I ever did was ninety six hours with no sleep. That's how we worked and we take road trip with Dana joy up. California's poet laureate. All that coming up today on the frame. KPCC podcasts are supported by the Netflix film, the other side of the wind witness the last film from legendary director Orson Welles a cinematic event forty years in the making the other side of the wind streaming now only on net flicks. Welcome to the frame. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us ever since nineteen eighty five guitar center on Sunset Boulevard has been the go-to shop for big stars, and countless wannabes the store even has its own walk of fame. But earlier this year there were report that Qatar center was going bankrupt. Now that tune might be changing the music store last week unveiled its newly refurbished Hollywood flagship location with plans to open several more new stores by the end of the year for more on how tar center has managed to stay afloat when other big box retailers like toys R us have been biting the dust. We turn to billboard contributor, Andy Herman when we connected via Skype. I. I started our conversation by asking Herman how guitar center has seemingly comeback for an encore. Because GCI's privately held company of some of the maneuvering is still shrouded in secrecy of however, what we do know is that they announced a refinancing earlier this year in which they were able to stall any payments on their debt until twenty twenty one. They still carry a debt load of around one point three billion at apparently their strategy is to essentially spend their way out of that debt by continuing to expand the chain and renovate refurbish some of their flagship stores, including one in Hollywood, it seems like it's been very hard for a lot of brick and mortar or big box retail businesses like toys R us because you can get those things on websites like Amazon guitar center's seems to be a little bit different in. It's a little bit. I guess like buying a car you want to drive it. I is that important to their success that people want to come in and. Actually, play the guitars and has the chain recognize that an embrace it. The first part of that question is. Yes, absolutely. I know that, you know, myself as a amateur musician. I always want to actually hold the instrument my hands before by it. And the second part of that question is yes, I do think Qatar center has woken up to the fact that they need to make their stores more interactive to compete with online sellers, and at the Hollywood store, you could see where they're attempting to do that they have sort of strategically placed read signs all throughout the store that say play me on everything from guitars to handwriting to keyboards. And when I when I interviewed some of the executive staff and Qatar center got a tour of the place, they emphasized me over and over again that one of the things that they were trying to do is kind of make the retail experience. They're more interactive one of the things that guitar center has been criticized for in the past is not being very customer friendly and really not catering to women, and I've seen a number that I think women now make up. For as much as half of all guitar buyers. Are they also trying to change their customer service dynamic and actually be more welcoming to all kinds of musicians? Yes, we did talk about that as well. And they did mention the numbers that you cite which were actually from a study that Fender guitars did where they found out that half of their customer base is now female, so yeah, I think Qatar center is aware that the demographics of their customer base is changing and that they have to contend with a perception that the sort of average guitar show room clerk, you know, maybe a a dude who is has the tendency to perhaps man's playing his inventory to female customers. Whether they can course, correct for that kind of thing or not I think remains to be seen when I was in the store on Saturday. I definitely saw a lot of women in the store didn't necessarily see a preponderance of women in the Qatar show room it still mostly guys around testing out models. But I'm sure the Qatar center wants to change that I want to ask about a parallel retail experience. Obviously we live in a streaming era. We can listen to music on Spotify tunes, apple music YouTube. And yet if you go to a store like amoeba, it's filled with people kind of leafing through or thumbing through. Final records is part of this to a flashback experience that even though we're surrounded by electric means to create music. There is a new appeal and picking up an acoustic guitar actually strumming it I think there may be something to that. In fact, it's interesting contrary to there's a perception that the Qatar sort of this dying unfashionable instrument, right? But since two thousand eight Qatar sales are actually up twenty eight percent, but most of those gains in sales are actually through a friend instruments. So yeah, I do think there is a trend towards people wanting to return to this more tactile experience into their there's probably. Analogy to be made in the resurgence of vinyl sales. I think it's probably a similar urge that consumers feel towards something that feels a little more hand held and in wooden for lack of a better term and handcrafted and yet it has been difficult for manufacturers Gibson guitar filed for bankruptcy earlier this year, so why are its fortunes not as closely aligned with guitar center right now. Well, it's interesting about Gibson. They actually revealed in their bankruptcy filing that their sale of electric guitars was actually up by ten percent. The year before they filed for bankruptcy. So Gibson's bankruptcy had more to do with their attempt to expand into consumer electronics by which they mean things like keyboards and synthesizers and floored gear for electron ick musicians. Gibson basically admitted that they just went about it in a. A not very effective way and overspent an over extended the company, and that was actually what led to the bankruptcy. If you go into some kitchen stores like Williamson or top you might see somebody in a demonstration of cooking. That's going to inspire you to actually buy some new pots and pans is tar center trying to do the same with live performance that they're going to bring in people who are not only gonna perform maybe talk about music making in hopes that that sparks consumer interest and making a purchase they had sort of a week of events leading up to the sort of grand re opening. The Hollywood store seems like part of their plans to continue to live events in product rations. Andy Herman is a contributor to billboard. He's the author of the article guitar center unveiled remodeled Hollywood store and how it plans to come back from the brink, Andy. Thanks so much for coming on the show. Thanks again. Coming up tails from inside the studio with prince from one of his former engineers. KABC podcast Porter's include UCLA's center for the performance presenting LA's uncapped, celebrating twenty five years with this one time only evening of live comedy music and never before seen footage from the ball, featuring deathly pitas. Julia Sweeney Jimmy Garoppolo Bob Odenkirk, Greg baron, and Jill Solloway, how's the featuring Maria Bamford, Julie Goldman Byron bombers, Justin say and surprise guests tickets at capita UCLA eating you. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn back in September, the Princess state released a collection of demo tapes from his archival recordings called piano in a microphone nineteen eighty three. Recordings are rough sketches of songs some of which would go on to be huge hits. They're also look into the creative process of the musical genius. Who died more than two years ago? The Princess state is sitting on a huge amount of unheard material. Some of which may be released in the future and the people responsible for keeping the tape rolling throughout those nonstop rehearsals and recording sessions were his engineers. Susan Rogers is a studio engineer and professor at Berkley college abused. She worked with prince between nineteen eighty three and nineteen eighty-seven a prolific period that produce purple rain, kiss, raspberry, beret and other icon ick hits when I spoke with her via Skype. We started in nineteen Eighty-three when she was in a Spiring engineer in a male dominated industry. I was living in working in Hollywood. I worked for studio called Rudy records writing crossroads of the world on Sunset Boulevard right in Hollywood. The studio was owned, by Graham Nash. Crosby Stills Nash. I was there studio maintenance technician. So I'd had five years of training as an audio tech was a a big prince fan and a Nigerian in my fantasies. I would have had my dream would've come true, and I would have gotten the call prince's looking for technician. And that's exactly what happened when you first heard prince's music, even before you started working with him. What excited you about it? What were you reacting to as a listener before you were working as a colleague he represented a couple of things that I loved most about music, I loved art music, and folks who were trying to push the boundaries of the status quo and that included punk and disco. Just any new trend have be interested. But I have always lived on the street of Oran being sold music. So this was a soul music artists who had an art music since of Bill. Ability. So he was a perfect artist. For me. I'm sure there are very few typical days when you're working with prince. I know there are a lot of very long days. But how would you describe your relationship with him? Would it often be the two of you in studio with a lot of their engineers around? What did it actually look like for the most part during the time? I was with him. I was his full-time engineer. I'm only human on like who seem to be kind of superhuman inviolate conch out after twenty four hours and need to sleep for a few hours than our technician. The great Sal Greco could help out for a few hours. Twenty four hours was normal. Forty hours was not uncommon and the longest one I ever did was ninety six hours with no sleep. That's how we worked for the most part during the time when I was with him. There was a lot of times that he and I spent a loan recording at his home studio the latest release from the Princess date piano and a microphone was recorded in nineteen. Eighty three which was the same year that you started working with him. And I'm curious what kinds of memories, those recording spark in your own mind. His day to day were plan. We would be recording at his home studio. I worked for him before pays the park studios was built. So we would work at his bedroom studio at home, we would also record it hersal. So while I'd be setting up or any engineer for him would be setting up, a prince would sit at the piano. And if the piano was my team might sometimes ask you go ahead and throw Cassandra tape into report. So he could get his ideas down. But nearly every day I heard him on piano or guitar just messing about just working things out this album. That's out right now is a special case he deliberately reported that when I would not venture to say that he deliberately recorded it for an audience or for his band, or for any reason other than to just capture himself as he's ideology roll, it is kind of impossible to know exactly what he wanted and even prince didn't want this new record released in his lifetime in your opinion. That provide us with something valuable and understanding his legacy as musician. Yes. I think all of it supply, something guy vol-, but valuable to different people in different ways and in different hierarchy. I don't think it's right to ask ourselves that question. What would prince want? I don't think that's right because I don't think it can be answered. I think the question that is more interesting imperative is what does prince's legacy deserve. How should we better understand this American this musician this person who was part of one of America's greatest cultural exports, which is our our music in particular on music made by black Americans. That's been a strong cultural export for us for generations. I'm gonna play a demo from piano in a microphone is called strange relationship. And then we're going to hear the final version that you recorded with him on the nineteen eighty-seven albums. Of the times. Went. Dude. So what happens between those two versions because clearly there's a lot of change between a and b. So great to listen to the great thing about piano microphone is hasn't said before we get to hear him think strange relationship with one of those songs that he tried out in a lot of different versions. Also didn't go that way, quite a lot of things came right from his head straight onto tape that that became the canonical version, what strange relationship was one of those that he played with in different settings. So he played it with the band live chided different tempos. He gave a different feels. He was working on that one for years. I always loved it. Now surprised it took so long to be fully expressed on sign of the times. It was something that reasons probably known only to himself, it wasn't entirely satisfied with it initially. He wasn't sure that he had found the best way of expressing this sentiment. Susan rogers. A professor of music production, and engineering at the Berkeley college of using she's been talking with us about working with prince was it important to him that he worked with women because not only did he work closely with you. He works with Sheila e Wendy Melvoin Lisa Coleman with that accidental or intentional. It was intentional. But I wouldn't say it was deliberate. Deliberate says I will not work with a man I'm gonna keep searching until I find women. It wasn't like that rinse like having good people around him. He didn't make those distinctions. But it was intentional in the sense that I think he especially had a soft spot in his heart for outsiders. So he gave a chance to eighteen year old Wendy Melvoin on guitar, and he gave a chance to me you made me as engineer when I joined him as a technician, and I was pretty rare bird back in those days. He was only too happy to work with the rare birds. He also I will. Say this pretty confident about it. It was necessary for prince to be the alpha male in his working environment. I think it's fair to say, and I suspect you'll agree. The Princess state is very secretive about what's in the archives and restrictive about what people like you can talk about do you sometimes feel like having work with prince is kind of like having worked for a secret branch of the government that they're just thanks. You can't talk about darn understand it secrecy in general. I'm a scientists that have a PHD in we worship the truth and our mandate is to go find it, and then expose it. And that kind of mine, which is similar to an engineering mind is the mind that is extremely naive about things like marketing concerns in social relationships stuff don't thinkers like me have a cool about. So I don't understand the secrecy. But I'm smart enough to know. That just because I don't understand it doesn't mean. It isn't valid. It's fair to say. And I know you would agree that the music engineering field has a terrible percentage of women working in it. Why is that the case? And how do you think it can be changed? This is a great question enough been pondering it for forty years. There are social reasons in biological reasons. Why there are fewer women engineers the social reasons have to do with the fact that we rarely see depictions in movies and television of women who are rewarded for a mile Vic single-minded devotion to their careers in contrast. Traditionally we don't punish men for having that my open focus on their careers. In fact, most of our depictions in popular culture seem to regard them as being pretty good catch looking out there looking good. We're gonna know the late nights every father children in great. We don't think that's how much about mom. It's like, oh, it's kind of sad. She's a great woman. And she looks great looking her in those yields. But it's too bad that she can't be there for her husband her kids. So they're these societal reasons that need to be in probably will be Venturi changed, but the biolog-. Michael reason won't be changed. But we can change the societal perspective. Make it a little bit easier. More welcoming for women to become regarding engineers record producers. Susan, thank you so much for your time. Thank you very much. I really enjoyed the conversation. Coming up go along on a road trip with California's poet laureate. Dana gioia. KPCC podcasts are supported by the Netflix film, the other side of the wind witness the last film from legendary director Orson Welles the other side of the wind the story of a director named Jay Jay, Jay Hannaford who turns to Hollywood from years of semi exile in Europe with plans to complete work on his own innovative comeback movie. Also, entitled the other side of the wind a cinematic event forty years in the making the other side of the wind now streaming only on Netflix. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn. Dana Gioia is California. Born and raised a Hawthorne boy who went on to chair the National Endowment for the arts for six years. And now he's wrapping up his term as California's poet laureate during his two year stint his goal was to visit all fifty eight counties in the state and much of that travel has been done via road trip. KPCC's arts education reporter, Carla havi are tagged along for one of the last legs of that journey when I asked in joy up. I could hitch a ride with him. I didn't actually think he'd say. Yes. But on a Thursday afternoon, he pulled into the KBC parking line. Hello, thanks for having me. It'd be fun to drop off. We went me and the California poet laureate on a road trip this afternoon. We're driving from Pasadena to Santa Barbara, California. We're doing it in my ten year old car. Laureate are supposed to make. Poetry more accessible to everyday Californians over the years pass on res have created poetry handbook for kids and a unity poem, using some missions of lines and phrases from folks around the state Joya was appointed by governor Jerry Brown at the end of twenty fifteen and road trips. Like this one are part of his project bringing poetry to audiences in every one of the state's fifty eight counties at this point. He doesn't mean that we're relying on my very unreliable memory. I figure if I can't find Santa Barbara. I have no right to be the California Ponant Lorient got his appearances. He doesn't read alone. Always insist. We get vocal people to appear with me last served as the chairman of the National Endowment for the arts in DC for six years while there he helped launch the poetry out loud program. It's a competition for high school students. So a lot of the time. He won't just invite anyone to read with him. He'll invite youth like in October into Hunga where he had been tricked county's first poet laureate. Unique. She he read super skinny runway models. Tell me I am nothing more than the size of my jeans as a little black girl I dreamed in blonde by end every session with the conversation with the audience one of his favorite visits to the city of Madera in the central valley. Had the best question, you know, the whole tour asked by a farmer. He said I've never been to a poetry reading before. And I didn't think I'd like it. But I really like it. And then the farmer asked can someone out much education right poetry, first of all, that's such a brilliant and important question. And I would never get asked that question at Berkeley or Stanford or Cornell. Julia says he wouldn't get a question like that at Stanford. I know he means it because he attended Stanford his bachelor's and an MBA from there. He also has a master's in comparative literature from Harvard and even now he teaches at USC. So he's got some pretty stitches credentials, but this question of who can write poetry still really resonates with him. I want to understand why. But I have to get past the sound bites poet laureate of California is the greatest honor I've had in my life. And the reason is is that poetry is my art in California is my home. Then it all starts to make sense Joya wasn't always prestigious poet at least not one for a living for time. He was a business executive rumor has it. He played some role in the creation of the jello, jiggle or when he takes me on the winding road that led him to be California's chief poet leads back to his mother working class Mexican woman not of audit of education, but who loved poetry. She shared her favorites with him he sixty-seven now, but he still remembers them touched by sadness by loss by death by what might have been favorites was Anna belly by at grabbing poet, it was many many year ago. Ago akin to buy the see the made in their live to you may know by the name of that ability spend, a lot of our time together like this joyous sharing relevant stands up from one of the hundreds of poems. He's committed to memory or a relevant memory from one of the hundreds of road trips. He's taken across a bit. If we could stop here, we would actually see dolphins breaking the waves. I've done that a couple of times in the past at some point again to wonder how does he normally pass the time cutting into his planning hate to say this on the radio, but I almost never play on what I'm going to read until I see the audience because each time he wants to recite poetry that's relevant to them by the ballad about his dark family history or some humor. Can we close? Now, we don't miss Wrexham tried to turn on my GPS facilitate. Turn right onto street to do things without without Surrey. All right. Got you get closer to Santa Barbara Joey gets closer to finishing his project in his time as laureate. I asked how he thinks. He did you mostly fail you speak to a hundred high school kids ninety of them. You know may not care. And that's okay. That's okay. If you can reach one or two kids that is a huge victory. We get to our destination in park the car was right here at this point. I have to admit something, I don't know much about poetry to be honest, but like many in his audiences the farmer like Dane is mom like Dana himself. I do have this poem that meant a lot to me when I was growing up. Maybe he's heard of it. It was something about like you shall love your neighbor with your crooked heart still show of the crooked neighbor with your crooked heart. It's a vine. From one of my favorite poems as I walked out one evening, and I think for America right now, that's something essential for us to remember that we must've one another, you know, if we don't approach the other with a gesture of equality and love and respect will create a kind of fatal culture, I think him for that reminder. Thank you so much for the ride of to Santa Barbara. It's been fun. Let's go out. See what there is to say. Let's go. For the frame. I'm Carla heavier. And that is our show for today. If you're a subscriber to the frames weekly newsletter you'll be hearing from us today. If not you're missing so sign up at the frame dot org slash newsletter. I'm John horn. Thanks for listening. We'll be back here tomorrow.

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Episode 44B - Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

The Stephen King Boo! Club

23:21 min | 10 months ago

Episode 44B - Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

"Hey there. Boo Club listeners on this off week. We are going to be covering Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier. Now is it du Maurier, or two more Ya. I think it's Maurier because she's English but I could be wrong now. If you listen to our backbones episode, you'll know that this. That that book contains tons of references to this book, which is why we're going to cover it. Yeah, I will say though. As much as there are a lot of references I didn't fully. Harouna put this. Rebecca is like the moon. Bag of bones is like a painting of the Moon. Someone made as set dressing for their middle school. Show like this book is so good, and yes, they're related because they're both kind of about the same thing but senate pong pipe. You Know Oh classy. Classy this podcast, a settlement or doing literature this week. Baby. Would you like me to go into? are truncated main points pleased jail. A young woman, our unnamed narrator is traveling Monte Carlo when she meets a mysterious wealthy man who is twenty years, her elder. His name is Maxim DEWINTER. After a brief affair they agree to marry and return to his estate in. Cornwall called Mander. The narrator learns maximums first wife has been dead for less than a year and that the staff and locals are infatuated with her with only good things to say. The head of house, one Mrs Danvers obsessed with the first white called Rebecca, and makes it her mission to make our narrator as miserable as possible so that rebecca spirit can continue to rule over manly. She even tries to get nearer to commit suicide by jumping from a window. Maximum is cold and distant and our narrators. Isolation only gets worse. When a local diver finds it of bones, vote sunk near mannerly maxim confesses to the narrator that Rebecca was actually a psychopath who could possibly lied had too many affairs and abused him. When. Rebecca told Maxim that she was pregnant with another man's and taunted him for his obligation to raise it. He shot her and the body with a boat. The death was ruled a suicide. Rebecca's first cousin and lover, black males maximum with a letter that shows that Rebecca was not suicidal. Doctor performs an autopsy and tells the family that Rebecca was not pregnant, but in fact had only months to live due to cancer. Maximum suspects that she goaded into killing her to avoid a slow death. He begins to show love towards our strangely relieved narrator. When they returned to manually from town. They Find Mrs. Dan has burned to the ground. Hell, yes, how your this book? This book this. Oh baby okay. I feel like. I don't know how I never heard of this book. Like. What are the most widely read books of all time? Never gone out of print ever since twenty dollars like Rebecca who had no idea and because of that I didn't know anything about any of the plot twists. I didn't know anyone neither characters. I didn't know I feel like. I feel like I'm the person that just heard about star wars yesterday. If you guys heard this is Kylie Walker Dude and he's like he's got these lasers or it's. It's awesome. You should check it out like that's me with this book. I didn't see any of the like five twists coming, and they each hit like a God damn train It changed my entire relationship to thrillers in the modern era, because clearly everyone who's ever written a thriller has read this book. Yeah for sure. I read this book Ninth Grade and like as an assignment and can didn't really get it. The first time I was thinking I was too young, right? Sorry Mrs Dirty Developmental Choices at questionable. I would like to add in our little. A mini fold arkwright here that can I put a special emphasis on the words, strangely relieved narrator straight up. Maximum winters like yeah. I shot her in the head. I feel Kinda bad about it, but also like now I have more time for you at our narrators like you. Is that all so I have so many feelings about how this narrator functions, and like what she goes through because it's. There's this trope of the like gothic heroine who is kind of Flighty, a gothic thing where because it's all about extremes of emotions are going to have people that are scared the time, and like anxious, and whatever and something that's really fascinating about the narrator of Rebecca is that she is so clearly beaten down by her environment by her previous jobs by her station socio-economically. that. To me was not strange that she was relieved. I totally got it because it shattered the entire fantasy she had built up in her head about. Who maximum was and this kind of mythical? The idea of Rebecca as like the unsustainable on attainable perfect woman that she would never be. And then to have it be like. Oh, no, her! She was horrible. I hated her like all of the Angst and guilt and shame that she had melts away and to me it was. Her fact of so Daffy Damore air also doesn't just write a killer. Story her pros Oh. My is so stupid. Let me let me hit you with like a slap in the face. Stephen do it last night. I Dreamt I went to manager Lee again. Is IAMBIC examiner? She's writing poetry from the first line. It's impossible to say that sentence and not sound dramatic and then the last night of the book. And the ashes blue towards us with salt wind from the sea. Like? ooh, shivers ooh. If you're a poetry nerds out there, that's anaplastic under and it. A Little the. Vast, about the need to talk about the pros of this book. Just a little bit I swan to John I will allow us to be. Nerdy about this in just a moment, but. I, don't read a lot of thirties, literature and to me the experience was. So bizarre, but also kind of transformative because I read a lot of eighteen hundreds literature Y- between. lovecraft and his contemporaries and Poe and whatever else. And of course I read a lot of pulp, but that's more forties and fifties, and then thirties this exact turning point where you go from the eighteen hundreds way of speaking, which of these like long like twelve clauses back to back with the subject is like buried in there somewhere. The thirties reading this prose is like watching the page turn where you can see the beginnings of how we talk starting to come out, and you can see the ends of how the eighteen hundreds worked, and that alone to me was fascinating and hunt down. More thirties lit all right. I'd love to give you some because my entire stick is John Steinbeck. Oh, true and a lot of that is nineteen thirties. Exactly what you're talking about especially American. Cool! Let's go to some fun facts about this book. Many critics literature enthusiasts agreed at Mrs. Danvers is the best written character of all time. She's still good. She sounds Gooky ooh. This book has been successfully adapted for Radio Opera Theater and every other medium, and every single time it either gets a Pulitzer Prize or a Tony or whatever the prize is, it went zip whims it. Lastly perhaps most interestingly, this book was used as a code key in World War Two. That's crazy. Yeah, like a sentence becomes a thing that means a thing. They describe it pretty quick because it got figured out pretty quick, Stephen Moore addressing. The Germans like. Is there going back to Mandalay? This books everyone's read this. You want to get some like this talking points. Yeah, I, mean. So. It's hard because I'm trying not to Gush To. March Gosh I don I? Do want to step back just briefly and shout out the fact that. We. Don't get to talk about a whole lot of other literature on this podcast because we are of course, a Stephen King podcast that I feel like the moment that we're talking about. Pros that isn't Stephen King. It's like I'm full to the bursting I. Just WanNa like go for hours because Stephen. King is so consistent in his voice even when he does other like. First Person Third. Person doesn't matter. It's so recognizable Stephen King that to get to talk about something where the pros is so different, and the pacing is so different is a. it's refreshing like it's really nice to devote that kind of time to something. That's different absolutely, and that's even despite the fact that this book is slow, it is four hundred pages of what for one hundred pages of Holy Shit. And it's worth it to. It's worth it. this book gets accused of plagiarism every couple of decades because it plagiarized. It's kind of basic bitch plot for the time, and it's very very very similar to other books. A daffy maurier would have had access to, but I feel like you get to plagiarize. A little. If you write one of the best novels that was ever written ever. Yeah I mean. It's hard because it's like. What. What makes a book? Is it jest the story. Is it the story in the pros, is it? Because you can talk about like. What did this person have access in a way that another publish or another author didn't have access and like in that case like yeah and next week. We're GONNA talk about how the girl who loved Tom Gordon is. Literally identical to another book that Stephen King had to of read and a certain point. When is a book? Adaptation Yeah Yeah. I this is something that fascinates me a lot when it comes to modern culture, because we are in a sampling culture now in you listen to the radio without hearing songs that are clearly based on the melodies of older pop songs, and that's okay. They're distinct and I think if you're into genre fiction, you have to be okay with that. Because that's how genre works, you know there is no scream. Scream without all of the slashes the game before it, and that's the point of that, and there is no dracula without the vampire mythos that existed before that, and like you borrow from other things, or sometimes you take pre directly like salems. LOT IS PRETTY MUCH CHESS, dracula, but in Maine. Yeah I. I don't know I. Don't think that a story all that matters. The pros again is just so gorgeous. and. I'm not. I don't know not that upset. If no I'm not drive. 'cause if you add something to it that makes it a masterpiece. Somehow then you've kind of still earned that masterpiece for sure for sure all right. Would you like to get into the movie? Yeah, I'd love to. where I do have one more thing to say if we could scroll back just brief way the entire time I read this book. I was picturing maximum as the posh vampire for. The shadows. Entire time. So definitely! Yeah, had the put out in the world. Let's talk about this hitchcock film. It's very good, and I could not get all the way through it I. Mean we're not used to movies like this now it's no, we are not. It's old. It's as old as movies. Almost movies as an institution where twenty years old when this movie came out, it's so steeped in silent film and I found that very jarring and I've never seen a silent film. Oh Man. There's a theater in DC that every year. They do a silent film festival daylight. Get old archival footage, silent films, and they hire like an organised to come in and just jam. That's dope is hell. Oh, it's great. It's got. To give you an idea of how old this movie is. It One, the Thirteenth Academy Award for Best Picture in nineteen forty. And also Alfred. Hitchcock's only best picture award just kind of Buck Wild. Yeah, I mean if you haven't seen it. Picture the stereotype of like a silver age movie and you've you've pictured the exact aesthetic of this movie. Everyone has that like glowing white perfect skin that like just like radiates off of them Mrs. Danvers, who's supposed to be like decrepit in the book has like a mole, and that's how you can tell that she decrepit. Everyone always knows exactly where light is, and they're always mugging to the camera. There's these like long pan shots in lake. Like the specific details, which super hitchcock, black and white, of course, you WanNa, blow your mind for a second do it. It didn't have to be like that. Other movies in nineteen, forty or color? It was almost nostalgic for a movie ten years ago. Like right now we're making movies that were nostalgic for two thousand seven style, like for example, also coming out in nineteen forty were the Grapes of Wrath and Pinocchio in Asia and his girl Charlotte yes a really those I kind of huge forays into color interesting exactly so like he could have done a modern whatever whatever and he's like nope. I got my. In nineteen seventeen and we're going to do it like it's nineteen, seventeen will annex with the gothic style how I mean yeah definitely, and that was actually David sleds nick that I think pushed for that Gothic explosion here. He was the producer, but he had more control that hitchcock in the film. The only reason hitchcock even got to touch it is because David. Suspect was busy making a little movie. You might have heard of called gone with the wind. At the same time, which also had it not been forgot. What the win being released in Winter Nineteen thirty nine. Nobody would never heard of Rebecca. Right sure you know. It's easily the most watched film of the twentieth. Century Yeah. I feel like this is a movie that so first of all I will admit like I. I had a really hard time watching this one I think a lot of it. Is that so we're? We're recording this during the height of Covid for people who are in the future, and I just have so much ambient like anxiety, going right now to sit and watch a slow burn movie that is so out of the realm of what I'm used to in a movie. I just couldn't do it like I was just like not engaged because I had so much. Other stuff you know is one of few films, or it's on the list of films with a one hundred percent rating on rotten tomatoes. baller even of all mid-century films like it's the best reviewed except for with wind. which is crazy because God is hard to watch when we have vendors and game, you know what I mean I've never seen that movie by the thing. Is that I really do feel? Rebecca's due for another adaptation I mean it's kind of absurd that it hasn't been done recently given. How prescient a lot of the themes of like! Wealth stratification and social expectation are in that novel I. Just I feel like. There are enough filmmakers working right now. Who are really steeped? In not just realism, but kind of this blend of realism and surrealism like the the two who did the lighthouse. What is his name Robert? Egar's Robert eggers could crush rebecca at optician. Yet I mean he would kill it all just say Kathy Bates for Mrs Danvers O please. Give Mrs I really want The woman who played macgonagall? What is her name? Oh Dame Maggie Smith. Dame Maggie Smith. Would unfortunately I? Sorry, tell you Stephen. She will not live long enough for your story to happen what we can't. Get go in do. We gotta get to hang. I'm thinking scarborough for the narrator scar for narrator would work at someone who's like kind of uncomfortable, young looking for the narrator. Oh, interesting at a wedding, ye-ye-yeah or the The woman who played. Oh Gotcha got really famous on game of thrones she played. Yes. She played Sarah sees jails yes. Crush you with the blonde girl. Unfortunately, she's like thirty seven now. Yet refers to give them. A phone came out like two sex God. This is just gonNA keep happening People more twenty right now. Oh, okay, never mind Social Ronin, obviously it should be searching Ronin. Yup little hundred percent correct. Yep, it's done agreed. Shake on it. Producers get at US, please. The soundtrack for a second before. Take it off to talk about the soundtrack soundtrack. I kept expecting the soundtrack to start playing like Scooby Doo. 'cause it's got like the old castle or whatever else, but it's like the cliche of the swelling strings and the whatever else. It's not far enough away from Scooby Doo now now it's not well and the. The problem is that I. Don't know if it would have been cliche when it came out, or if it was so classic immediately that it became a cliche afterwards you know. Like I don't know if this movie suffers from retroactive everything that came after it was like. So codified in what had already done that. You Watch it and you're like Oh yeah this. Roy Familiar elements. But of course when it came out, those things would have still been relatively fresh i. do think on the topic of sampling and plagiarism. This soundtrack would make for some really good hip-hop Lo fi sampling, because it's very rich, but it's also. Very Moody like can we make? Listeners you hit me with a full Lang. Lo Fi hip hop. Tune that samples the Rebecca says. I will hit you s KBC, t shirt. Quid pro quo. We'll make it, Hamon, Yep got this. Yeah, I mean. I don't know. If I had to like some everything up, say read the Book Watch the movie. It's not hard. It, wouldn't it's summer right now? You've got the time. You can find the book literally every single place ever. It exists for you. I'll send you a PDF literally. My mom and I are like horror. Buddies, right? I was like yeah like I. Just read. This book did through audiobook through the library I would love a copy and she's like Stephen like I'm in the process of giving away a copy because we have like three of. So literally walked out to wear the big giveaway. Pile was because we're cleaning the house out of books because. Here's a shocker someone who runs a literature podcast, their houses, too many goddamn books in it, and I was like. Oh, yeah, there. It is on the proud owner of Rebecca. A habit it's nine now and so two. Will you be also listener when you go to your local bookstore? Preferably black owned. Get yourself a copy of Rebecca. They'll have it. They'll have it. You got it. Let's sign off. Yeah, join US next week. We will be reading in its entirety. The girl who loved Tom Gordon which is. Chest so good. If you're going to tune in for like one episode this summer, you'll have a of podcast. You'll have timeless everyone. This is the one you should here. Yeah, definitely, I think this'll be our favorite of the summer and read this book. It's so it's a quick read. It's an easy read, but it is a powerful read. We will see you next week. Talk all about it.

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Mini-Ep 61: Goal Digging with Jackie Johnson

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Mini-Ep 61: Goal Digging with Jackie Johnson

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We are just two friends. Who like to talk a lot about serums were also just podcast hosts. And, you know, I want to make sure we're always encouraging you to seek support first and foremost from a doctor or mental health professional as needed if you do wanna reach us. Our voicemail number is seven eight one five nine one zero three nine zero. An art E mail is forever. Thirty five podcast at g mail dot com. Oak. Hey, so I up I wanted to respond to a bunch of listener emails. We received on a about a caller from our most recent mini episode a few weeks back, and here's one of those emails, I thought you offered kind and wise advice to the listener who called into the most recent mini episode expressing an overwhelming response to her unexpected third pregnancy. I'm surprised though, that you didn't mention that the listener could consider ending the pregnancy. It sounds like this was an unplanned pregnancy that has thrown her life into significant distress. Well, she does not mention not wanting to proceed with the pregnancy. It certainly seems like something she could take into consideration. It is not uncommon nor in any way wrong for mother to choose to end pregnancy. For any reason there is even more stigma around mothers who already have children choosing abortion. And I wish you had brought up that option in order to unpack the stigma. Thank you so much listener for rating in, so we re. Received a lot of emails about this call from listeners who were really expressing disappointment that we joined I did not bring up abortion, as an option for this caller, and you're totally right. This is definitely an option. I mean, I'm only going to speak for myself here because story is not here. But I you know, I do identify very deeply as pro choice. I was an intern volunteer at Planned Parenthood. And, you know, I was really appreciative that people notice this because honestly during the conversation that we had on that mini episode. This did not even pop into my brain. I am really grateful that so many people did right in. So thank you for that. I really appreciate you listeners, contributing to this discussion. I did want to mention because we are in such a fraught time, where reproductive rights are being really challenge. And threatened by state governments and possibly also on a national level that, you know, I talked about this on my Instagram I am a monthly donor to Planned Parenthood. But you can also they're all so many wonderful organizations, that you can donate to. There's a great article from the cut that lists how to help. Communities that are currently being threatened by the us six abortion bans that are being passed through state governments that are very, very scary. So thank you listeners for weighing in. I really appreciate it. We also got an Email from a listener whose original Email, was featured on mini episode forty four and they had gotten fired, and we're trying to figure out some self care after getting fired from a job, and they wrote in to tell us this I got a job it took a while and was discouraging at times. But it was so worth it the culture and commute are so much better at my new job. It's like night and day this was also a really transformative experience for me. I've learned what I love what I don't and boundaries that needed setting and hope to carry those lessons into the new job. Thanks to you, and this amazing community for your support. We'll congratulations listener. That's very. Exciting were super pumped that you got a job that you feel really great about a love that the community supported you forever. Thirty-five community is pretty amazing. So that's really exciting and we love updates. So thank you so much for updating it's such a treat when an Email comes through. That's a follow up to a past E mail or call or whatnot. It's such a thrill for us. So thank you very much. We really appreciate you letting us know. Okay. I have another caller who's going to weigh in via voicemail. So let me play that for you get angry. This is Jennifer from Irvine, California. Today is my fiftieth birthday and your podcast, inspired me to go get my first ever facial. It was mazing and my petition didn't even try to tell me anything. So thank you so much to Monica at remnant hundred day spa. And I want to encourage anyone who doesn't maybe not to use complicated products. I have a have I've used see to for washing, and Saint is apricot, scrub and allay moisturizer. And essentially, and that's it. And my esta Titian said that my skin is beautiful. So that was really nice to hear. And even though I have fun with other products from times. I. Just wanted to let them know that it's okay to just use the simple drugstore stuff to thanks so much Peyton Dory. Love the podcast. Jennifer happiest birthday to you. What a great little story. So glad you went and treated yourself. And I loved, you encouraging people to do the same thing. And I also lived your product wrecks that apricot, scrub is a classic an old standby, if you will. But we're so happy for you. I hope you had wonderful fiftieth birthday. And I just I love that the podcast could have inspired you to go get your first facial, that's so prick. And rat makes me so happy. So Jennifer, thank you. I know we are all wishing you happy birthday. I'm sure every listener is thinking the same thing as me. I'm sure every listener is wishing you a happy birthday from their headphones. Is that where we're doing it from our headphones? So we're gonna take a quick break. And then I will be right back. Back with my mini episode guest, the one and only natch Butte, host Jackie Johnson. Today's episode is brought to you by Honey book. 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I wanted to see if you guys have any tips for dealing with people who, don't express gratitude something, I, I I'm super conscious of, and I'm guessing coming off a certain situation where I was trying to get a reservation for mother's day and everything's booked up. And I finally did it's for large party. And the only thing that permit sister was cool. And like this is simple. Thank you. I think would have done, but I can't tell her that. How how do you encourage people to express gratitude? I he eat that. No. It's kind of tricky situation. I hope you're having a beautiful day and three your cuddling. With adorable. Honey? Bye. So I thought about this alone because I feel like this. There's lots of layers of things going on honors including like how we know communicate with each other because of Email and tax. Yes. Social media. Yes. You can sometimes really not know somebody's tone. Yeah. Like just responding. Cool. Right. Right. Just feel like they might dismissive. Yeah, that's a tough one. But I also don't know if you can encourage other people to express gratitude, I was thinking the same thing, however you can express your needs. Okay, so women if she needs to hear gratitude, she needs to ask for that need. Just call your sister and go, you know what I worked really hard on this, and that text did kind of rub me away. I just want to let you know that I worked really hard for his reservation, and it would be nice if you would just say, thanks. Or like aknowledge that I worked hard, and hopefully your sister will only go, of course, that's what I meant. I was. I was driving. I just barely looked down and read it and I think it is. Yeah. I'm so happy, you said that. So now the union high feel hopefully that's the best case scenario. You know, so you would see this is so interesting because I'm so afraid of confrontation shame, but new Jackie here we is expressing your needs. New Jackie is getting uncomfortable. I've sent so many tax slash col slash conversations in the past three months of like Cottam feeling away. I gotta say something I have to now. I can't let things slip away. Now I can't adapt I have to be. I have to let people know my needs no more of that. And do you think there's a way to let people know your needs that is still a diplomatic again, this might just be being a people pleaser? I'm such a people, please. Yeah. It's really a hard for me, not being honest. Just, you know this person who just called, I feel like that was all lost on the sister. You know, I'm feeling away about that text. And I'm not I'm not mad at you. I'm not blaming you. I'm not trying to. Any like defensiveness on you. I'm just saying like that text rub me away because of these reasons and I want to check in with you about it. We all have our wounds. We all have our triggers. We all have the, you know, this, this is the thing that makes me feel this way and people don't know that people don't know, are triggers before they meet us, and you have to express them and explain. And they have to be open to that. We all have to work on communication, in building, intimacy in our interpersonal relationships, usually, with something like a sister. Really? And also, we don't know what they're, you know, with sir over those sibling, or a parent, whoever you have decades of stub. So who knows what you, you the listener could have maybe has felt about the sister the whole life or maybe a one time thing. Right. So take all that into consideration, and I think also expressing gratitude in your own life. Maybe a beautiful way of opening up gratitude that other people will have, you know, sort of a live by example, like double down on your own gratitude. If you're feeling like graduate isn't coming to you. I love that was my thought is is ultimate. I do think you're right. And actually hearing, you say that has made me rethink my initial response to this, and because I, because I am so afraid of. Hurting anybody you're telling people how I feel in the off chance that it might upset them that I tend to not I would I would probably in this situation. Not say anything and just stew, right? Isn't healthy for? Yes, me. Or if I were this person the relationship I have with rhinestones. So I like that. You suggest reaching out. Yes. And I do think living if it bothers you enough to call into a podcast. You gotta say something, that's you know what? That's a good. That's a for all if it bothers you enough to call to podcast you've. Or get professional help, right? Yes. It's so hard. But we all have this, this communication blocked for certain relationships in our life, for whatever reason, and we have to work on them. Yeah. And so here you go. Honey, call up that sister. And it might not always be. They might not be received on the way you want. But you know what you got to you know, if you can't stand he gathered kitchen. All right. You know, in that kitchen, but also I love, I think graduate is so important. It's the currency of our universe. Did you come up with probably not sure read it, I'm sure I read it only a bathroom stall at kaffa gratitude or something who knows? But it's beautiful in very important, and check your bitch ass. If you're feeling if you're feeling no certain way about something just check your bitch ass. Be like I'm grateful for enlist the things because that's so important for happiness. Yeah. Getting that in check. Yes, it really is. Well, we have a toy. Different question that I am very eager to hear your thoughts on this. Okay. This is an Email from a listener recently. I went to target and was browsing eye shadows. When I realized that nobody seems to be selling brushes with their shadows anymore was this always thing or is it a change that others have noticed too? I was hoping to buy cheap shadow that came with a clean brush, and when I realized I need to buy a separate brush, the choices were overwhelming any input on your system for this cheap brushes that you might recommend question, Mark. Thanks so much. Oh my God. I just got a roused. Do you have brush recommendation? I mean not only do I have brush recommendations. But just what a beautiful observation of the beauty industry. I didn't realize that the do you remember Kate. Like, you know, we're, we're ladies of the nineties, and early 'oughts. We used to have those little, shitty advocators little, there's like a little sponge tip. Yes. I still. That's how I applied eye shadow. Yeah. The first, let's say, yeah. Twenty eight years of my life. I mean yeah but you know what? They're everyone's realizing that those things are garbage and they're wasteful. They're wasteful. They don't really apply that well. It's hard to blend. They don't really give you the color, payoff. So I think they just stopped making him. So now you can buy like individual pods or quads or whatever, and even pallets come with no brushes anymore. Wow. I guess it's because everyone if I buy a pallet, like the what's like the urban decay. Naked 's they have a ton of them, they come with, like a little brush, I end up throwing that motherfucker ride out. I mean, it's just a shitty little league ten cent brush, that doesn't really work. You know, they just throw in there to kind of appeases, I would rather have a set of brushes, I have each one. I know exactly why use it for what? What? And it's ready to go. Do you have are your brushes affordable, of course? Oh, and they're vegan and their fee Emina recommend to their is sauce box cosmetics. It's a woman owned L a local brand sauce box sauce, box. They make their called the goal digger not gold. Honey, gold digger brush said healing for digging for gold. Yeah. Goals, we all are, and it's always on sale go on their website. Great. Soft really impactful brushes and they're really like, they're, they're not fancy like in terms of flashy. They're not flashy their, their black with gold. They're cute utilitarian my makeup, artists friend, Edwin recommended them in a lot of my listeners have bought them. So that's one and they do go on sale a lot. So keep your eyes peeled. But they're not even that much just to set the other one is not. I wanted to pronounce it correctly, but it's another woman owned brand made in LA. It's called. Leib. Ute soy's, lib ute s okay? It's law. I'll be a UT and then SO I LA Butte, soy, L A base cruelty, free brush, brand with strong values, and they have so many brush sets, and they're adorable in very affordable. They're all like laser cut the Korean style. They're all vegan. It's a woman owned brand laser cut. It just means that they were cutting this Korean way that, you know, I'm gonna I'm not gonna pretend like I know but it's just there thirty they're just precise and really high quality and affordable. Like look at how cute these different sets. Are they coming all kinds of colors? And again, it's a woman on indie brand which I love to promote on f like look, this is a set. It's twenty seven dollars, and it's four five six ten s amazing, and they're cute, and they all come in, like a little kit. Some of these, these little holders are recycled. They're made from like recycled paper and they have lots of different colors in sets and again, this will be a great gift for a friend for, you know, bridal shower bachelorette birthday, whatever. Two brands right there. Check them out online. Those are two brands. I've never heard of these are such good recommendations. Listen this one Ashby. It's all about. I love finding women owned brands because we won't women to get rich off other women. Yes. Aaron Gibson women, they get rich off other women. So, so poor women owned companies you heard it here for his right. Good luck in that target. I'll target Islas overwhelming. It's getting intense. They're on. And I think if you're if you were going to use you don't need. I mean this person I just needed individual. Right. Which you can purchase. Yeah. On Libya Tsoy. But also they have made target. What's that Sonia shock? I've used odd couple. They're quick in target do that. You know, one I shout O'Brien. Yes. Get like two or three brushes. I've been using a foundation brush lately, to pull my foundation on. I'm like this is cute. I don't know why it used a sponge for so long. I still just kind of slap it on with my right, do what you gotta do what works for you. Yeah. All right. We've got one more Email. I love the sun. I'm excited to hear you say to this. Okay. This. A little on. I have recently discovered that I have naturally curly hair after twenty three years of believing, I had sort of wavy on a good day hair to make a long story short. I started noticing differences in my hair when I changed my routine. If I went to bed with wet hair, I would wake up with a sort of tangled curly mess, if I used a hair mask, or deep conditioner, my hair would have more texture, to it than usual eventually after much googling. I decided to try the curly girl method, which is perhaps, to nonspecific to be classified as a method. Maybe it's more of a lifestyle, an attitude an ethos now, I basically dump half a bottle of conditioner on my hair when I wash it almost never shampoo, and rarely brush, my hair. I've never loved my hair more. It's cruelly hydrated. And I finally enjoy wearing it down because it's no longer a frizzy mess. Here's the question. Have you ever discovered that you've been taking the wrong approach to an aspect of your beauty routine for years, question-mark years in all caps? I mean where have I not? I mean I wanna hear first of all this. Gorgeous email. I loved every Netflix said, I have a lot of friends who were going this route. They call it squish to condition. Have you ever heard I have straight? The street is hair in the world. I'm unfortunately not in this subculture note me I love that for them. And I'm very happy that this journey has ended in such a beautiful way. Yes. Love your loving your law. Yes. So, but that feeling of like discovery where you're like, oh my gosh. I've been doing everything. I mean like so many things are coming to mind for me, number one oils told, you know again, bringing up our age in the nineties oil free oil free oil free there would you'd never put oil on your face. How dare you what an insane? Sadly, just thing to do. Oil is everything. I love oil. I oil up my body. I oil on my eyeballs. I oil at my lips my titties. We talked about this on my forever. Thirty five we oil. Yeah. And I love it. My body loves it. My, my skin responds to it, it absorbs. We why didn't I know and oily skin responds well to it doesn't make your oily skin more. Yes, it's a revelation. In I, I would say, washing my hair all the time in high school. I wash my hair every day. This is my in the past year. I was washing it every day. And I was in. We were told to. Yeah. And then all of a sudden, they're like, don't want you here that much you need your Seba, and now I wash my hair once a week, maybe twice a week and my hair has grown so much in the past two years. It's thicker. It's healthier. What am I tell me I will exercise and get real sweaty? And then just dry shampoo, it, and live my life. Yup. Yeah. Out in any way. Why not get in that shower that much? And he why didn't anybody. Tell us I feel deceived. I mean, the other big thing for me and I you know, I'm I'm forty almost and so I grew up in the eighties where we would use SPF four. Oh, yeah. And even I would worry that, that was too much, and I'm a very pale for it is another good. One is not properly taking protecting my saying, I'm the son. I mean baby oil, I tend to the tanning bid daily I didn't in college in my life. But in those young years, when, like I feel like my skin cells, were really, you know, I needed him, it's going to set me up for the rest of my life, and I was frying them. Yeah. Frying them. What did anybody tell me? I remember I had to get parental permission. I was under eighteen they called up my frigging parents can Jackie fry her body. They said, yes, I want my daughter, Tanda. Go ahead. You know, confirm oh my gosh. You to get parental permission to go to the tankers was underage Tanny booth, there wasn't there a whole show on e about ten yes. Maybe. Maybe they were spray tan. No they weren't in. It is a carcinogen in no shame. If you wanna ten you know, I'm just saying, I wish it just was lost on me. I was like I don't care if I'm gonna get. I don't care. I went to ten am is to his prom dress. You. I'll look though. I have. Oh, yeah. They're all Malay my, you know, listen the belly was tanned it worked. But I just. Oh to go back in time and just go Jackie someday. You're not gonna want this you're going to understand. Hindsight is twenty twenty beauty products with sun care with life. That's a really good one k I would love to know what listeners what they've changed. Like suddenly, have that you have that Pitney where you're like, oh my God. Over plucking, our eyebrows. We look so much better with our eyebrows Bush out, what were we thinking? Are we thinking trends are tricky to yet, they do influence, they brainwash thinking about how you're supposed? Yes. Yes. That's the thing. I don't know what we were thinking. I don't. And it was painful, I have thick eyebrows. Yeah. Same and I ruined them. Yeah. Yeah. Same. All right. P arch from my fifth grade photo on I have to accept that. But you can build it in. Yeah. Thank God for honest Osceola. Honey? Well, listen listeners if you have things that you took the wrong approach to. And then you realized what the hell I want to know all of that. I'm dying. Yes. Let us know. Give us a call. Send us an E mail Jackie where can our listeners find you hear you love. You experienced you Honey everywhere, baby. I'm in the air. I'm in the ether. Okay. But if you want here, natch Butte, my podcast, it's sort of a sister show. I'd say two for thirty five we yell. We cry we ran. We sing we have fun, but it is a beauty pod. Gassed, you check that out wherever you podcast, natural beauty on Instagram. Jackie Michelle Johnson on Instagram. If you wanna see my personal life, but yeah thing, I'm just happy to be here. I'm so grateful. And I know you endure are as well, so. Yes. Oh, grateful for everyone that listens. Insures time with us seriously like gratitude practice. Whoever is listening to this. I we're so grateful for yes. And they try and sing us with your life stories in your time, your voicemails questions about your sisters. We love it. Appreciate it. Yes.

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Living la Vida Georgia. Programa 1

Podcast RadioViajera

48:27 min | 1 year ago

Living la Vida Georgia. Programa 1

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Men's Skincare: The Ins and Outs with @skincareshaun

Birthday Skin

41:09 min | 1 year ago

Men's Skincare: The Ins and Outs with @skincareshaun

"Welcome back to birthday stay skin your weekly favorite podcasts us and his nearly two week leap fave from us absolutely nothing to the skin cow weekly favor this this is your favorite of the offering of podcast let me start in your whole world so welcome bucks birthday skin your favorite skincare weekly podcast kosta doesn't make sense just say you favorite weekly skincare pokhara welcome back birthday scan your favorite weekly skin-care podcast what the people know what's going on in front of a microphone in a few weeks on them feeling stay what have been too much sugar take me halloween traits VM very salt well i went and bought a load of bags of sweets and had no trick or treaters some currently making my way through a massive heibo mile albums marrow's so yeah not not doing very well for the older health kick i'm trying to be on my grandparents by big bugs and sets them because the the past few years no one's gonna also if you get if you get non like don't worry i'll only the 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majority of people that listen assist podcast all women that is a lot of information this podcast is that she relevant men and women but we think that this is just be really helpful full kind of helping a gentleman out who needs help skincare or encouraging somebody to go get some skincare saloon we know all these lots and lots and lots might not built for going and getting a new cleanse tone situation she's an awful stereotype push wall and we've all we do try and break in this up with sean because we know that it might be quite quat dole incentive for guys to go and buy skincare quiet feminine even though skincare obviously is important for everybody because everyone has scared i do feel like is quite a luxury lot pompa competent if men like typically think oh something i need to do swell respond this is an also an awful thing decide that they don't typically spend as much on them yeah cells piper into the only guys that i know that have skin-care one probably he from me during this podcast book to a boys itself without gay off to kind of look into what they need to do to try and make it better or to make themselves feel you betcha by the skin so sean is going to have some hopefully have some really nice tips and tricks but yeah if you're a guy hi or while i was a gal gal who has a boyfriend who isn't really that bothered about skin curb you'd really like him stop trying boyfriend in europe to be we you can pass this informational like a brother dr friends because bite we said we know of you are women so we are gonna voice this up to you on hope that you share it's with your many i was gonna say something that might be inappropriate wall going to sell out many witches i've just said said about dobson brothers share it to that which oh i just love the word lou even for the context i comes from the sale i love the word wage that we lie that's that's my word of choice when referring to a pain go jesse put your weight your way jesus oh my god i don't wanna see that wage say so i was watching sex sex in the city last night and the amount of which is not expecting it the first film oh my god this guy in the it'd be seen it a while ago a long a long time to the shower and he's like oh samantha samantha his next door neighbor and she's not getting enough sex from her boyfriend so she just watching him have sex but you fully see every everything and then her doug accidentally runs into his garden and then he is they're having an outdoor shower of kohl's and then he kind of turns boop which joe joe which which well obviously he's which out showering but full which shop as your best word for a female female reproductive things things and mine's more like a sexy but long flight oh my house watching the shine in last night in the c- new i alike woman comes out the bath and she steps in trying to be sexy and like jack nicholson goes up to one foot me can see so much more than schenn's into an old greek toppis discussed in house watching it head of the new doctor sleep yeah nelson i am come late anyway this is going to be you know day with all the wages in your life go on go on avocado well anyway they enjoy it yeah this is very helpful for men and women alike an yeah let's swiftly move on into interview with sure though i would like to say naive set men and women if you are a lady he was going to pass this onto a guy and actually listen to yourself shown does give give some really good tips unshaven like again hasn't shaven russia's and obviously that applies to everybody if well i'll go gals guys gaza few shave you might wanna listen to these tricks yeah just because it's not aimed at you like the still some things you could probably take from yeah so anyway let's go on with yeah thanks same sanchez walkout yea which in the studio there is sean he runs the asking cash on sean i'm just going to have to spell out a special on and as a perfect so many ways thank you for spending you sunday with us how are you good good thank you thank you for having me tacoma and it's been an absolute pleasure this has been something that we've been one entity rages knit your house kind of we gotta love males don't we like oh you need to an episode for males format like we need we need answers and we would just like yeah we'll do it we'll do it should you quite a while ago and it was when we were all just saying and then jamaica jets we all jets and in i was in blackpool but now yet so you finally here so thanks so we basically just wanna get the nitty gritty of men's skincare because i think when we first i started out as boss mets blah blah blah and for us it's something that we actually look into all that much because we our main thing is is skincare skincare four men like a bit ever thought and isabey ever sales point because the ingredients in the same skin the same there's bits it's made sometimes has small bid on an attachment is one time i actually i think i've told you this before i don't have a bit because i'm going off the bucket stories do one time i so obviously goes little tasha pulitzer mines pie blunt i'm quite lucky you can't see it up awesome ner ner ner ner face on and i put it all over my face just to get rid of the fuzziness and i was as an auto rickshaw three days dunkelberg stings having crema stings have you ever go ivanka vague looks like an egg bid but i can tell you not to use yeah so we just i want to know everything that you know about male skincare please thank you i think to your point when when it comes to men's skin care thing come in two minds because my experience so when i started off using skin care for the first time too i think that the person in boots did was take me straight to the men's section on my skin isn't what mocking we're probably consider a typical guy skin which most people think it's oily it's thicker which which for the most part it is but then my skin's very dry and sensitive so i went to this concert picks up everything told me and i have never had a reaction his body mind tyler unlike so so stringent think god that's probably way my account is then salted from because i there's so many skincare cab runs the do it really well i think a lot of it is i think men should look a little bit broader than just the men's rangers i think there is is obviously an element of mock in on a thing some guy still sealskin carribean quite feminine so we're thinking has paul to play but i do think ron's could do it a little little bit better to make you a little bit more unisex yeah yeah i mean from our point of view our boyfriends like having skincare donating i've been with people before he would just be like oh yeah shoes me shopian the shower and then not share and unlike absolute scruff spy gate but they always have good skin people do that yet because men's actually ages differently than women's men's skin because it is oily typically men stay looking younger longer and then almost the garage really age whereas i think women say look in younger for a longer period of time happens happens in one go so unfair yeah we get soc shit understood we'll think everyone trae i come i mean i everyone says HEB i just don't get how they're chea- it's because when they grow out and then when the hair is growing in different directions probably say oh there knowing it's more annoying then it's more annoying when you hong grow appropriately just like it's just kind of there and then kind of no i think that's when people ask me about men's skincare i think that's where it differs the most obviously guys dealing with raises on the skin obviously be it's dis probably say the biggest differences and women do really need to the skin differently to everyone else is when it comes to facial her yeah so how how do you d- do anything different with bid competitive skincare like geez oils and they go to the skin talked talked about beds did you know what my biggest tip is with beards andrew's facial hair in general and it's probably a little bit of a different topic because i know i've listened to your podcast before it some of your views on physical experience oh no i i love to many people it's like this is yeah it is the academic because the physical exfoliating will basically get to the root of your facial hair and then make it stand on end so then when you're going on it with a razor it's easy for the race to get through the hair acid station if you don't want to use a physical exfoliating you could just like sometimes we fingertips and almost massage when you've got a really good shampoo when you impresses facial said boy exfoliating for be it's it's so does that then kind of targeting argonne grown has embeds definitely so i would even say like if you like any kind of grown has i think this kind of there's probably two ways the way one is either don't just shape for the race i just just use very lowest setting on a trauma or exfoliating kostanic basically house to dislodge different from what would you even call it that is still can from the following a local kalita follicle that's the one eight is fairly before shave and then use a hair royal about after to keep the hair soft cases ask us if the has coughs and then you've got see i have a really to be fair i'm saying i don't like the manila daniel exfoliating walton from heckles jerry jones don't i know that alex is going to take that because i didn't use it enough and i'm gonna have to bid farewell to all of us the because it's probably not the topic as well that i think people are on the fence off even just a cleansing brush yes sir just like just a deep cleanse dislodging the haroldo aerobic more than just go straight in with a razor yeah he can get the bid brushes courtney like a man yeah i think they probably better surfaced aisling okay because you can basically use them to him if you brush your hair in a certain direction yeah if you've got any patchy politics you be it you can then mike almost brochure into that direction yeah and then you don't have dopson okay i say this because i've been researching for years on how we're going to do this exact the same he's got everything and he's got like all these tools eases on his face and i'm like babe just give up just give up it's it's not working for you some pounds not folsom so in terms of what guys with beards all like stubble one thing they should invest in a good manual exfoliating absolutely absolutely is the first thing anyone says to me that i've been any issues but shaven the first thing i'll ask of the exfoliating and it will be no thank i- exfoliating exfoliating pretty much every time shave yeah and then i think it's also good as a once you have shaved to govern with something that's incredibly soothing because a a lot of people don't realize is when you're using a razor it's actually exfoliating skin as well oral sex is i'm just going to take it takes off the top layers who've done exfoliating and then in your shaving your skin can be incredibly sensitive and so especially if using things like acids like victims or any else you've got to be really careful about area is is this one a rush would occur to me about russia's just russia's in general lopez lashes just did not going out daime we can't i can't speak to him about this yet like as quite relevant talking about shaban russia's because obviously women still i really bad shaven russians and i just never know what stay with them see me it's just using a really good oil yeah una think for guys obviously if you wanna use oil just generally face oil we'll just anything that just really nourishes the skin but i think the reason why i think oils are good is because it also helps with the hair which is typically do of course yes watch us let me say and brushes it yes oils but i think you can kind of prevent russia's exfoliating before you shave because then you have unless irritation anyway uh-huh can i also ask how much of it is in the razor because i know my boyfriend honestly sweat down near the case because i used the wrong reason i didn't tell him which one was mine komo says no psycho sorry and he was like you make them show blown men's shop women's i'm like sure they can't be that much different different not the exactly the same i think the difference ails is that when a guy's using a razor it's only small shop it doesn't even have to be it's not even enough to be super shaw but it's like i'm joe shaving like underneath mcface maybe three times a week the amount that thought using exe wchs surface quicker that's a razor is yeah it's a restaurant india and it is a lot of like him raises subscription boxes and like harry's and stuff like that i just thought they sponsor it's podcasts do you think is worth investors not that or can you just get your books ended raise it from a really wanted to be on those kind of subscription raise a subscription bronze like cornerstone how're you just because it means that don't have to remember to pickles new raises because you never you don't really know what's going blunts until it's too who late until shaved and then you've got a rush of christ at least if you've got them the you can almost feel it on your skin and then you can just replace it straightaway froyo yeah okay fat that's very expensive all off you know when they have a little bit so yeah but literally actually one shaven histone shave everyday yeah so you know my facial hair daily nothing like russia ashok offices now hoekstra shave but no rush i'm just looking just looking down with us everyday they like there's nothing i do my routine this like outside of just cleansing in my actual skin carry that have to do every single day can much like having to shave your face every day how annoying that would be i guess if somebody finds annoying they just let it grow don't i always khan and i do it as well because the thing if i end up with like it looks more shadow yeah that's the way it doesn't get each your anything it's just that i don't like arthur it looks like how far are we show i also have a question it was parked before you started chatting about alex's raises sorry told off yeah we get told off with the oil's not using annoy afterwards is there any so certain oil you would recommend like like a like a rose apollo aw just any any hydrate and oil just because i'm not i don't know why why would the line be with a good hydrogen notional and then annoy us going to ever say freshly shaven really sensitive skin i'd probably go with squalene fan just because from what i from what i know went off kind of worked in the industry during the past is the it's so close the skins natural oils anyway so it gives you the lease conversation really affordable once from the ordinary right but i would definitely say start off with a squall lane maybe maruwa but just more of the neutral oil okay squall and i'm just gonna all along malek's next year many like this is all shaven and this is just a great and a false presents for you here so i have just had a question russian fresh in from miss alex brown my boyfriend and he said do i do my skincare routine before or after shaving after after a yeah because then in washington roloff yeah oh yeah message in buchan just say you also also stupid but i think it was well i think what i almost think as well as just look shaven routine is like an extension if you scan anywhere yeah because then you obviously i shave with more of even wheel anyway i use more of a dollar shave with can apply afterwards okay but then i also then incorporate masking into a shaving routine which not a lot of people do you because if i'm using some slack and a mask or even used this one i'm allowed to say bronze yay from this works like the stress last mosk not it reduces redness in ten minutes i'm shaving in a rush and don't have time to pay attention to put this moscow now's policies dot routine now often the only got rid of the retina straight away masking and just anything just you shave him routine paul's asking yeah ooh interesting i'm taking this is a have a beard i'm not like you say you could use on your legs supplies if you're really doesn't really does i am i think another thing with guys that we've said before i think a lot of blokes would think it's quite girly or just a bit like asked by because they watched each do the wash the rest of my body was so puck like i could just do the same for somebody who is like oh maybe i should start doing something what would you i know a lot of it the advice would probably be the same if a girl was i couldn't use anything want to do but from a guy's is point of view what would you go in and say that you think somebody would need is a very basic stein a starter pack for a guy because he's just like we would just say go find out what your skin taipei's cleanser toner moisturizer some kind of oil probably exactly the same yeah i think that's where like that's where my biggest gripe with the male skin care industry is sometimes people treat you differently from men on men should be considering the exact same thing what is your skin type what like a humane concerns as well think because obviously you guys have a be at some of the shave regularly i think you'll have to adopt them off lots based on the man but definitely a cleanser tirona moisturizer i think men should you take small especially i use the amidst one he asked asked antecedents have shaved off and use the cooling mist and then the health food redness as well just having a spray literally shave skin still damp and then missed on install uh so like to summarize that whole d think skin bronze talk arranged is passionately yes whenever i go into a store i typically tend to avoid them i'm just because for me it's like why not just use the other products from the rash i think the differences this is that i think like you say to some guys on their new skin care product line the is pink that's smells like flowers even i wouldn't want someone they would then you can go to like somewhere and pick up amends range tim like blockage in an it's doesn't have to say on i think it's a good starting two points and i think he just makes it more accessible to everyone but then at say as soon as the guys also get more comfortable with it branch out and go through everything also so much more yeah i i think it's quite interesting because i don't whether you've ever seen it never seen a skincare brand marketer those facial yeah that's true yeah it's for everyone or then a special message for that kind of works the opposite way thanks it's just the UC adverts and it's typically female yeah but then you go into distorted chances are just be the same yeah i thought my love so what do you think the biggest misconceptions with men's skincare is all what do asked a lot of the time that you spent like i guess all the bloody time how is it that hard i think it's probably like you say it's about shaving yeah yeah because i think he's probably the biggest difference men have but then the so many guys i know i'm the come to me and say can carry teen and if both the cheapest thing off the shelf and then they wonder why skins irritated yeah i'm gonna things because the education's probably a little bit different there think there's a lot more out there for women to find information but don't think guys have the same resources else's yeah because it's almost like you say it's like an actual allows on it's like oh we'll just do arrange for men now and i think a lot of this stuff that i've ever seen for men having bowl skin calf my brother or my dad is also like manfully and that's not very good for sensitive skin at all or if you've shaved as well like want why is anyone even you guys i think if shave you put something minty on oh isn't that is what it is absolutely mentally and i think that's because i think that's the kind of sent the men like gyro it feels like 'cause i i used when i have really oily skin when i was younger in harak detain they gave me all lee stringent stuff and i remember it was from kills because that was that was my go-to shit i'm having crisis just give me one need and it would feel so like energize input put not in a very nice way so you think men feel the need to pack a punch with what they say and you kind of see mark in any way it's always these kind of really like really muscular men running around althoff and a connection man talking on a thing sometimes i think we have to do that and make it accessible to someone who's a little bit standoffish looks good but then you mentioned keells heels was one of the best brands i have probably invested yeah but i didn't invest in the men's line the general line yeah bought kills have really changed recently they now have a think three lines ferment yeah which i think is just how it should be yet from 'em within you've got a dry skin lion and we've got an aging line one with jensen brownstone today yeah yeah i also think it quite demeans men as well like you know if they go into into say a shop for with brian that has this shows and shows of skincare that's unisex boys not really advertisers unisex because then this one tiny little shelf thus foreman and stuff to use this and then everything else is kind of ran off especially somebody who's not confident go into look everything else i think they should go straight to the men's per year i think to be honest a lot of the guys i speak to the the shoot at the half because they'll go through this line they told this is the best thing for them then they'll have irritation we'll go readiness and then yeah let's say i think there's been a few times where i'll go to buy something and they try give me this sale spill out something else and i'm like i know that i don't need that please stop trying to sell it to me so be like no no well it'd be really good for this and that and i'm like i can actually read those ingredients and understand what every single thing doesn't ano- i know that i don't fucking natives please leave me alone but for somebody that doesn't have a clue they think they're going to do something good if there's somebody stood there in like i i don't know fancy skincare uniform from isa paul kills aw wherever not i'm not calling this particular brands book you just be like like okay i'll just do whatever you save there really enough the sales pitch that's been given to them by the manages in h- h queue somewhere and what would you like to see change the most in terms of men's approach to skin care all brands approach to skin catha if a man like what would you just want kind of take down in or change i think it just making it a little bit more uniform yeah not all guys need to buy the men's skincare line and like obviously facilitates absolutely the right way to go if you've got traditional male skin type of oily skin it's rougher wife without it might be then yeah kamensky and kill i'm at work here but just ask that question up front of what is your skin tight because they think guys don't get asked that a lot now they did and then i don't think they know how to answer which that measly congress to give the right answer back yeah so think dot would be just an even from any guys listening like like the people that you're going to speak to like what is my skin type i know more about her yeah well said to alex do you have any skin questions we can quickly throw in and the first one who was like hat on top of the second one wants the basic routine that could get away with before off shaven like it is just one but we've said time and time again i've found the best place to get you skin type tested his kills just this going in and just been like please tell me you can try and sell me something i didn't even want to buy or not but just how is because in the facts of their for both you on them like accessible precedent said not gonna try to sell you something that they've been running a bonus for sally also do that little thing whether you test the water levels are caught lila as well like like what i do i found out i just wash my face lever to drive for like a minute yeah just put a little bit of tissue wanna skin then chances are it's on the earliest DIY actually decorate cornyn that often chances are you dryer we gotta love that people always ask me at home because where i where i live in butthole is no look at how testimony that much just kill song gonna yeah that's all i do because i think sometimes there's not a lot of people realize that you can it's only through the day anyway yeah if you herman you do the chances are you're going to be oily but if you've just wash your face wait a minute if tissues dixie face and then and the i think something that we've always because we really like i'm dr the new are but you'll really sensitive so finding that balance froze but we we both use an oil because you balances you are because you skin if it's really dehydrate will produce more oil to try and combat that so not awesome infant guys that they should know as well if you have oily skin because it is more common with guys then don't be afraid of using an oil lower balance oil exactly sally just anything that's hydrating as well a lot of the stuff that guys will do like shaven using various stringent products or even just like being out in the city and the anyone you won't do with a little bit of extra hydration in this yeah yeah now i'm out again i'm taking it in if i'm on something that wants to stop but didn't because we went straight in there about beds didn't beheads tell everything what are your favorite go to products like tell us a bit about how your routine and not your skin catcher in my skin care routine quite lengthy as you can imagine i'm i'm a sucker for a missed ooh yeah i do love the thought of him 'cause i the so easy to apply yeah i think that's one of the things when i started off i didn't wanna long every team that takes me hours to do think when i'm using sakun just spray on and then i'm already one step down yeah we're often using quite a lot of KABC lately like korean skincare day the ones that do like the the mosques upon dozens to fund yeah a lot of fun stuff like that but then generally just the formulations of KBC is probably a lot more advanced yes and be really focused on like layering on hydration type have you tried shero have known i don't actually know if it launched we got sensor home and i really like and they gave us tone of those made of sasaki casula and that is so nice and just very found anything anything i've used by KB esque is very like soothing and calm and i just feel like it's really nice for like stressed out kind of congested tested skin yes so like one of the one of the browns us all the time and it's my absolute goto is dr draft yeah the the soothing gel cream they're just yeah you ceremony in which is m the face kunai it's like really thick it's so hydrogen yet i think this is probably the fourth north chief and one in the past year god to all whenever i think of rondo dressing flat the flashlight face all my luck flush lie and i'm not a baby's face going on as well i've never used them because you makes them yourself and then it's like locally can work more it is an an experience i mean pocket and i think we need to rethink the age of the little yeah that's on the front although is terrifying now i want it to do on though it's weird but i would like to anyone for christmas flush on a tell me why go to like what could not live without let your desert island products has run across it oh yeah i use the one from the ordinary as well i don't even expensive nope just the general us marine one before yet i i did it was too recently said that they really like the marine on trump i don't think have i really like using indeed lobs hydro ron john book i've never actually gone aboard a high high alana cassidy i saw just do massive literally just told us it all the time because it's probably 'cause you can use on your lips in your eyes and he's everywhere we were soldiers don't have to think just put it on everywhere and then let me tell you a little trick this is actually a men's skincare trick the i've accidentally accidentally stumbled upon so when i was on holiday i bought the egyptian magic cream and alex will use it in the morning and and throughout literally he will come home and i'm like you still look so globally he'll put it on in a bit light obviously but greasier and then as it sells i'm like nice and glory and then come home and he'll still be as glowing ten out of ten on my list for ages to buy as well so do it do i opened the till the other day and i was like this is how i know he's been using it and i was like how's old is gone like this is not cheap stuff and he said oh i use that in the morning i'm like no wonder you've been looking saleability fabulous every time you come from work honestly alabama left terrified that he's just going to go and i'm not gonna can you invoice the bunch yeah your on your christmas list the giant won't clearly bolt anyone i do want to try as well at the moment straw the phrase fantastic goes on a little bit greasy but it sells else in debt quick sales pitch recommend yet i think any of the questions are quite rub some quite rob soon goodson and sir rob soap opened the main thing was not bids and garner the that's the main issue guys off eight and if you don't want us a physical expose eight to just massage cleanser and a little bit yeah don't wanna say only book yeah just a little bit more deeper laura yeah oh well thanks so so much for coming in yeah i think this'll be cpr insightful even just for girls to go back and tell the boyfriends if they don't want to listen to the pod awed do you think it's mainly going to be what is like yeah by the way this again shaven rush because we don't really have it might be nice if they can get like subscription tim box is a good christmas idea to raise a subscription box or get them ed murray said nice groups really appreciates ben oh allies so yeah so i think that's definitely a good idea like you say like moussa follow was a gals anyway yeah and it's for the exact same reasons just knowing but then that's why i think i try and do stuff the yeah because everyone should have a good skin carry out the brilliant view comey time is definitely done accurately spot yesterday and it's one of those like doesn't really look like anything put it absolutely kills and i just wanna get it like i feel feel like it feels i wanna get it but i just call so satisfying when you do on the head and is the tiniest thing ever but when you look really close mercer why head and i'm like don't papa dope uphill massive is going to be is literally right in between my eyebrows but like a centimeter from don't don't see why head on get it killed what he get it no because if i get it i'll wake tourney we massive yeah i can't say it's obsolete louise heine but i'm like i wanna particip- god damn well i guess the safe for this'll interview thanks so much you i again i think this'll be super insightful for people so if people want to follow an instagram asking sean s. h. a. u. n. right well done right yeah oh my god i to be fair you would think that charlie's really spell people just don't get it they don't stand so i don't really help that problem and then shows a million different ways isn't it whenever showing spell with a mos like seen seen CG in my officially my favorite people for saying that right well this conversation will keep tumbling on if we'd have just nip in the bud right hearing thanks so much sean and i hope you enjoyed number this get thank you very much oh my god how cute sean oliver uh-huh sweet one angel we spoke some very just before actually recording just about proper ron paul might also i mean set the scene it's a sunday evening and would just chilling in the studio really just make some hashtag content yeah feel like it was really nice to have a different a different guest authority gonna say different faces fucking wrote a lot different than me looking at bo deal oh signed on boat on bombs bought a few years ago but now he's left lane i definitely think he's one for the garonne the christmas this was markets and get a little more wasn't fantastic we was great thank you so much shawn for coming on the podcast if i ha- uh-huh oh my god and if you would like to follow sean skincare shawn and shawn is spelled s. h. a. u. n. and as he said he's he has got a female followers but he's also really helpful for us passenger new information guys or yadda yadda yadda so please do you subscribe to the point if you haven't already and

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california you have people able to purchase multimillion dollar homes in cash and you have people we don't even know money all ahead on perspective senator kamala harris score big with their first democratic debate performance according to a new nbc news washington post poll trails only bernie sanders joe biden and respondents say she stood out more than any other democratic presidential candidate over two nights of debating nbc news political director recline talked about harris's rise with our brad milkey on abc's daily podcast start here in the moments after each of the first democratic debates political analyst argued over who want timely harris had a moment that was two hours long right i mean i mean hey star was born you said earlier but that's a lot like critics arguing over which movies are better like they're smart people they see a lot of movies the bigger question is what are the box office numbers what do regular people actually think nbc news and the washington post are releasing a new poll conducted in the days since those debates we've got abc's political director recline i asked you last week who won the debate you kinda hedged it are we getting a clearer picture now comal harris is clear all winners you'll ever have to be to win in twenty twenty i believe that do what i've done it before we prosecute the case against four more years donald forties up to eleven percent in or poll which ties rubber third place with elizabeth warren you still have joe biden and bernie sanders at the top of the heap of twenty nineteen twentythree three but comma harris is coming on very strong here in his in his crashed the party if the top two contenders she is there and it is a direct result according to aarp all of the debate but if it's sort of a snapshot of what people are thinking in moments after the debate in the days after the debate 'em what does that mean for the future that these numbers that go way does this tell us anything about where numbers will go the context here is that a lot of people this is their first opportunity at a tune in to the debate in for people that actually watch the debate comma harris does better their overall standing twenty percent say she's the choice people didn't watch only five percent so that to me if i'm the harris campaign i like what this says about your potential as a candidate because it says those people get to know you they get a little more comfortable with you in the look at this poll in the details she is enormously honestly balanced her standing among black voters as an african american candidate eleven percent which is exactly where she is any overall democratic party at this stage she's very strong across education groups across income ideology groups timmy it suggests this is someone that could be kind of the just right candidate someone who could appeal to a whole lot of different democratic voters at the same time and if a small group of americans who saw the debate say oh we like that person you think the more people that tune in the more they could potentially like her on the thing everyone has been asking right though is at what point does the democratic field start to thin out in the bottom like at what point do people start dropping out about the see that well i think the couple of factors that could push us in that direction one is in this poll you have for canada's in double digits only another four who were even at two percent in the polls pete buddha judge castro amy klobuchar and beta or work so you other fifteen plus candidates they can't even get they could barely a one percent zero i have a feeling you know what you're doing and going behind this love for political purposes so that to me put a lot of pressure on it and we've seen real pressure on john hickenlooper in particular the former governor of colorado history in the restaurant business and it's a little bit like a put in a restaurant together sometimes you you know you don't quite get the rights of the right team at the right time he's had a staff exodus in are reporting is the people in his own staff his own team of in urging the get out and run for the senate instead they will see but there's one percent canada so busy representatives going recline thanks so much bankrupt this week be investigative news organization propublica reported on his secret facebook group for border agents they uncovered explicit posts about u s representative alexandria cossio cortez and another questioning authenticity of a photo on the ground migrant man and his young daughter head and he was border patrol called the post completely inappropriate revelation about the facebook post only added to the vitriol the atmosphere surrounding immigration and the treatment of migrants to cross the border abc's devon dwyer recently spoke with jen bud former senior patrol officer in southern california who expressed concern of conditions on the border jen and thank you so much for coming in why don't you start by getting your reaction to images that we've been seeing over the past few weeks from those detention facilities along the border that look familiar to you is that something that was commonplace during your time with the border patrol detention facility they overcrowded now standing not used to seeing a the horrible conditions that they're keeping these asylum seekers in on it different demographics back with with an agent yeah at at that time as we know from the numbers a lot of the migrants were a single young men now of course families a lot of unaccompanied children in your view though as someone who works with immigrants now is part of the department back then how do they it's this bad and what's to blame for the current crisis down there well i think you know it's it's it's many years are to blame in certainly now the administration they're they're taking advantage of a big laugh at the immigration system a for a long time in and basically they're trying to apply a law enforcement a model to something that is not a law enforcement issue but as a humanitarian issue a business is most of these people are asylum seekers and nobody deserves to be to be house and kept like this and i personally seen a talk to asylum seekers after they've been released from cbd custody 'cause i volunteer at a lot of shelters down here and i couldn't tell you what you are seeing in texas is the same thing they were seeing here in san diego and it is the norm it's not unusual they they would come in with his head full of life so the children are malnourished nourished and they're wearing the same clothes it they'd been wearing for weeks and the horror stories it they're telling you need a it's like something from third world country in it's just shameful and disgusting in my opinion and certainly overwhelming for everybody involved and you have certainly written and spoken out about the culture inside the agency a lot of these agents not really equipped to deal with the humanitarian crisis that's right at their hands there also we understand investigating some cultural challenges inside of border patrol in light of that facebook group what's your sense of that you have you have tweeted about that there were some bad apples in the department even when you were there you know that tournament i don't wanna say that all agents are bad agent certainly 'em by a v environment there the reason why so few females work in the border patrol is i think the work as hard in isn't because it's challenging it's because of the sexual harassment and the violence that happens i personally been sexually assaulted and raped by a classmate and i told i wasn't allowed to go to la police centers in by dinner i filed a complaint then i will be fired at the academy in it should mean i'm not i i went into they can we just a month after chief provos leslie academy so she knows what this is all about and she knows that this is the culture in this environment of the border patrol and this is what happens when you continually throw money at an agency and there's no accountability there is little to no accountability and the border patrol at all and so certainly sounds like you're skeptical of any investigation that they claim they're doing right now and some into this episode yeah i wouldn't be surprised i mean it's it's very rare that a border patrol agent agent ever get reprimanded or or fired or anything it's usually whenever a an outside agency saying maybe they get in trouble with the california highway patrol or share sheena then then something happens to in butter otherwise more border patrol agents spray much can do what they want in the management condones look see on the wake of a lot of people unfortunately in management part of the same way and it's it's something that needs to be dealt with i wasn't surprised by that facebook page it rings true to what i know of the border patrol and and we need border patrol agents by city a lot of cleanup and we do know that those members of congress were down at the border he said they plan an investigation of their own as something they're equally skeptical as you are the agency itself cellphone cleanup from within so we'll see where that goes but jen bud a former senior patrol officer with the uss border patrol now and immigration advocate really appreciate your time in perspective john thanks for coming in thank you coming up taylor swift three hundred million dollar deal and we take a deep dive into concerns over shark attacks on perspective after this mm these days news comes out of washington so fast it can be hard to keep up i just don't think this is gonna play out the way everybody thinks it's gonna play out were getting a job call production i mean look we need special musical this i'm abc's political director recline join me along with abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl every week as we break down the back in terms of washington insiders with tough questions on the powerhouse politics podcast or you're gonna fuck simone i'm looking listen for free on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast apps wasn't that i'm daria aldinger which isn't a three hundred million dollar feud former wrestler labeling konya west former manager scooter braun popstar posted her grievances online this past week studying the internet a blazer she fights the rights of her own music abc's paula farris has more on what this could mean and other musicians now she would not call about taylor swift reaction did this week headline run down the twenty nine year old popstars entire catalogue music but it's not just the sale that has her upset if the buyer scooter brought the high profile manager behind artist like justin bieber ariana grande day you had one konya west the bad blood singer calling my worst case scenario lasting broad she just publicly bullied or along with fever and wet ron of wired her formerly big machine which only so many of her deeply personal reporting the three hundred million dollars in a passionate an unfiltered tumbler post swift writing my musical legacy is about to lie in the hands of someone who tried to dismantle it swift emotional message spotlighting the debate about whether or not artist should own the rights to their music something legends like prince answer paul mccartney have hopelessly grappled with at while pop print that this don't ranger when it comes to controversy her latest statement has ignited yet another public feud this time with one of the music industry most powerful players but before taylor was taylor the fresh face team that's got four chetta who would sign her adjust fourteen years old is one of the first artists for his new labels big machine record's it was cheered drops a guitar that burden help make her a household name as through the years country pop anthem like our song i love story became the soundtrack of the teenage experience now worth more than a reported three hundred million dollars she would go on to release five more albums wishing machine until esteemed amicably parting ways with the label last november signing with the republic record's at universal music group writing on instagram it's also incredibly exciting to know that our own all my master recordings that i make from now why would you really understand the background here let's roll wind event it's two thousand nine taylor still country tanya is married to a car dashing to the now infamous so this moment at the vm eight you let you finish your best videos of all time and that's a celebrity feud is born fast forward to twenty sixteen audience at the time wrapped by bron releases the song fema rolled out by noon on my on my brain shortly after konya his wife kim post this video to snapchat which seems like a conversation between her husband end the pop star keeping up with the kardashians jars speaking out on her show defending patio yeah i'm just speaking the truth he called her shirt at the time swift fired back on instagram writing i was never given the full story or played any part of the song going on to say i would very much like to be excluded from this narrative one that i have never asked to be a part of since two thousand nine after the news of the sale borough swift writing all i could think about will be incessant manipulative bullying i've received at his hands for years like when kim car dashing an orchestrated in illegally recorded snippet of a phone call to be leaked and then scooter got his to clients together to bully me online about it swept referring to this photo abroad west bieber the sorry singer posted with the caption taylor swift what up adding this is scooter bron bully me when i was at my lowest point he's about to own all the music i ever made another point of contention the song starts playing she wasn't given the opportunity to buy her music from big machine rutgers but scott porsche who sold the label two bronze says that's not the case slamming back and i posted his own writing taylor had every chance in the world own not just her master recordings but every video photograph everything associated to her career she chose to leave and refuting swift claims that she was blindsided by the deal stadi that he personally texted swift the night before two and former prior to the story breaking the deal and the controversies and letting the entertainment industry the street down the middle coming gibran defense bieber himself apologizing display of for that pose but adding in part scooter and has had your back since the days you graciously let me open up where you take it to social media and get people to hate on scooter is unfair adding it is my caption in post that broad told me not to joke like that sources close to the bronze they know willing happened perhaps the detail it's most confusing demanding is that an artist is biggest swift doesn't own the rights to her masters in eight recor deal it's actually standard for the record label to own the master recordings because the company is the one putting up the money for that music to be recorded ported and promoted so it's actually the exception when they artist owns the recordings and then license and then to the label upcoming album must be her first with her new album and the first so retain the masters you just feel like wet summer beach season in full swing there's been a new wave of concern over shark attacks and scared one of which we reported on perspective affective just two weeks ago abc's diane macedo stories of survival and more on the scientist who isn't afraid to take a deep dive with the dangerous predators it's every beachgoers worst nightmare coming face to face with the seas most feared apex predator now it's fate of recent shark encounters are generating terrifying headlines across the globe the power of sharks has long terrified end fascinated people but for marine biologist jeremiah's some of in his decades long study of shark says let him in a personal plan to get even closer to these dangerous predators and his word documented in tv show and you have to figure out a way to work with a short without disrupting their natural behaviors in a cage in the water or safety divers were a bunch of other people don't altered the behavior reynolds forty years ago he created the sharks to a protective armor that allowed him to safely study them free of cages the suit is now used by researchers all over the world exposing people safely to these kinds of animals in the right structured circumstances and what the right information i think is a is a wonderful way to expose people to the other creatures we share this with but so far has sued hadn't been unable to understand the biggest shark but now he's putting his latest iteration to the test in that gio man versus shark when you're making show when you're betting sharks in the bottom of the sharks roger silvery got a piece of fishing you're hand it looks very similar to hand so is that short comes in with a fish she could easily chew on you i will never worth debating again you're about that both times more likely to be struck by lightning and kill venue off to be bitten by a shark about a hundred times more likely to get in a car accident i get injured on your way to the beach shark bites were incredibly rare but gavin naylor is among the world's leading shark attack experts he just returned from ocean x is one big wave mission in the bahamas where his team set tag deep water sharp if we look over the long cadle trends we see that there is a very slight increase over the last fifty years and we believe this is largely because there are a lot more fearful fussing recreational water sports however two years ago a resource substantial dip in the number of shot by globally oh he says we have a rational fear of sharks cultivated over the years by popular culture with films like jaws defining are image of animals generation shark bites are horrific event sunday they're very tragic events like greg just sort of wave of banks that spread throughout the local population it is it's it's very violence and very traumatic coming up remembering baseball player tyler skaggs teammates and fans paid tribute to the star pitcher on perspective after this better help offers licensed professional counselor insular specialized in a wide array of issues like depression anxiety in grief connect with your professional counselor in a safe private online environment it's a truly affordable option and listeners can get ten percent off your first month by going to better help dot com slash perspective fill out a questionnaire to help them assess your needs and get matched with a counselor you'll love that cashback for shopping you were already going to do racket ten is a free member base loyalty program that let's see where in cash back on shopping at over twenty five hundred stores like macy's best buy nike and more shop online entered a percentage of every purchase you make up to forty percent cashback every three months members are paid v a pay pal or another method did sign up today at rocketing dot com that are eight k u t e n dot com promo nbc news this is perspective a closer look at the week's top stories and the stories you may have missed i'm daria aldinger coming up a veterinarian used as a platform to promote conservation but first loss angeles picture tyler skaggs suddenly passed away and just twenty seven years old this week and tragic death in a hotel room in texas where the angels were such a play the rangers monday night game is cancelled but they resume playing tuesday honoring skaggs with the pregame moment of silence please joined the texas rangers loss angeles angels in all of major league baseball as waves survey moment of silence in honor of loss angeles angels pitcher tyler skaggs we extend our deepest sympathies and condolences to his wife and his family as dwellers angels seen my tire los angeles angels fiber passed away yesterday at the age of twenty seven on fox sports angels ended up winning the game to j angel then held a special press conference where players disgust skaggs is passing teammates mike trout in andrew heaney smoke plan out there today and i was like like brad said earlier you know skaggs you wanna wouldn't want us to take another day off and on the energy they brought to the clubhouse you know this everytime you saw just picking you up first at bat i get up there and all do is think about you know just a different feeling you know just in shock you know i can't explain it man lost his teammate lots of friend her brother he missed so much the all of us you know he definitely my best friend broadly about a hundred other people out there that would say a he was their best friend subic is treated everybody like that he just had such an infectious personality he just always a living life to the fullest never a was never the type the gillette room be silent and 'em you know you're gonna miss that all of us they're gonna miss that just energy and positivity the the the hillsborough abc's marcus more has more on the story in reports from globe life park in arlington texas moving moments on the baseball diamond in texas where the signs of grief from deep within roll down the face of former teammates and fans just beginning to mourn the sudden death of twenty seven year old pitcher tyler skaggs we want to you know take him out there with this one more time from the stands where his number forty five appeared on signs to his jersey hanging in the locker room and even the dugout there were tributes in place of honor skaggs his team distraught i cannot truly begin to say how much we're gonna miss tyler his rivals around the league heartbroken to his own thinking about there's no orders describing a my heart goes out to you know his wife his family a fierce competitor on the mound off the mound he was kind of a jokester funny guy a cut cut cut it up pretty good with his teammates and a you know somebody that's that i'm gonna mess and i know a lot of people that that have played with them are are gonna missing he was found dead monday afternoon in his room at the team hotel the seemingly healthy twenty seven year old pitching against the oakland a's over the weekend and autopsy has been performed authorities have so far ruled out powerplay or suicide just outside the hotel where he died flowers and a cabin his memory and a growing memorial outside the angels home stadium teammates family in fans stunned it just shows you people take time out when they're big leaguers confident fans and track down in so shocking signing you know a she's so young and fifty other day said he's their best pitcher right now so it says that the same go especially first family and friends skaggs leaves behind his wife carly miles who married this past new year's eve just seven months ago coming up from the street to a million dollar home and the backlash that highlights the homelessness crisis in california on perspective after this hey i'm dan harris from nbc news and i have a podcast and you should listen to it it's called ten percent happier it's all about how to stay sane in are increasingly insane world without everybody from the dalai lama science city workers for human to the roof all you have to explore this like it's fun and interesting may even change major life delivered for free on apple podcasts or on your favorite podcast app welcome back to perspective i'm daria aldinger a california couple moved into a home worth millions after living on the street their story is bringing attention to homelessness in the state abc's jim miller has more for greg murray mackenzie daily commute feels a lot different things and we check the bus and go over to go get some if you see after ten years of living on the street road they're finally going home with you worry at all about leaving the street to go living in a house you know i like a lot but i want to the band band it is somehow a four million dollar mansion in one of the bay area's most exclusive neighborhood that they share it with a generous donor determined to commit people act of kind of couple now has the play still is thanks to the generosity of the national open his home couple that had been living on the street going over to well with his neighbors but greg and murray's moving on up tale of humanity did not come without a bit i'm a neighbor on hampton roads pulled in the driveway and there's just some kind of strange fault hanging around the house i'm just wanna notify you that there's a woman is sitting at a surge lampkin she smoking a cigarette and she's also smoking a pipe drugs once on the sidelines just another homeless couple there now at the san francisco's homeless crisis assemble something must be done insight into the huge disparity between nations have an have not the city by the bay is the multi assimilation more billionaires per capita than any other city city in the country it's homeless population now director at high about eighty thousand living on the street in their car yeah people able to purchase multimillion dollar homes in cash and then you have people who don't even have enough money to oldest taylor writes about the homeless for the san francisco chronicle he met greg murray and learn that neither fit a blanket stereoty if we often brazil neither is in oklahoma nor a drug that neither is mentally ill and spite the disability regular blinded one on murray has a disease that make standing in walking difficult neither is bitter they were still pleasant they were still engaged with meeting people and they still love for each other through it all that bond maintaining what tater calls any vibrancy of life that he wrote about in the paper the paper this man reads terry mcgrath he owns that big house in the hills above the bay a real estate developer a divorced empty nester with nothing but space on his property in in his heart you know the thing that struck me got me right away what's the love between greg murray and how it was able to survive in probably one of the harshest environments on earth he met with all this end the couple in a cap and was immediately moved there is no decision there was no fought there is no judgment because it's like this this is done we're so happy that we that terry that he's willing to take completely strangers like you don't file and parts of what a hard here's terry mcgrath offered them in la unit in his house his kids have grown up relatives ad libbed there'll be more then in turn had to so he wrote the piedmont police chief an email it let me know that he's opening his home system folks so in the nine one one calls started coming in the chief it already council his officers and we wanna get to you know what if somebody doing that and fascinating as getting involved not necessarily what if somebody look like then if it would have been a couple of white people in that house he would have responded the same yes yes it piedmont is seventy four percent white eighteen percent asian left the two percent black you have to black people sitting on steps people driving by your homeowner's looking out the window that is on heard of they didn't call the police on you're other tenants so i got a call nine thirty night on my cell phone a couple of minutes into it i realized when she mentioned the word situation nation that she was referencing marine greg and i said what situation are they vandalizing cars are they burglarizing homes i just said this is one of the most offensive conversations i've ever had for jerry it was simple despite the complaints of a few neighbors it was his house there was room are natural tendency is to move away from that kind of pain that's why we avert arise when we walk but that's why we've heard arise that's why they become part of the background part of the wallpaper in it's easier to just move past it then of course there's incredible juxtaposition san francisco one of the richest companies in the world twitter here down below pedestrian dance around the caps blue one signify they were covering syringe needle mayor london breed ran for office in part on a program to fix the homeless problem in the city she grew up in even proposing a new kind of shelter one that allows daytime stay in offers saint preconditions and onsite program to be built not out of sight but all around san francisco in every neighborhood you can be upset about homelessness and then when i really we don't wanna see them on the street but at the same time we don't wanna murder but people are just gonna disappear because we don't wanna see them and that's why we need solution we can't just do what we've done in the past and that is move people to the next community through the next community in that community she's my hero i mean here's a here's a mayor in the most liberal city arguably probing united states she's in the honeymoon phase the mail and she's getting shouted down because she wants to build affordable housing in the neighborhoods it's unconscionable they wanna handle but they don't want it handled in their neighborhoods but as the mayor says it's not gonna go away 'cause you don't wanna see now coming up a veterinarian reaching his lifelong dream using his platform to advocate for conservation on perspective after this have a dream but don't know where to begin i didn't wanna be limited looking for wisdom for women who've already been there you will constantly be given the opportunity to lose yourself welcome to abc's no limit i'm your host rebecca jarvis and teach we were talking game changing women about success lessons learned along the way and of course the worst advice but i really thought about this worst advice ever you can hear new episodes of no limits every week on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app this is perspective from nbc news i'm aldinger a celebrity that is using his animal planet show evan goes wild to promote conservation haven't answered and said traveling the world using is veterinaries field on animals in underserved communities and remote areas he's a dream come true she's never really had that story called dark and handsome me adorable end fluffy this doctor at an accident every time i walk by he'll he'll talk me or whistle amir may hey dog helping our whole i mean sometimes he does he does the rams dart now with more than one point two million followers and a loyal you to following first and foremost he's a veterinarian area treating everything from exotic birds cut only rabbit patients that his office in southern california forgetting the gym in something like doing daily basis get up there and get some training as fans knew his hungry good looks and she's a little john line on social media earning a reputation in america that are you know people talk about you're out there i mean it's not a bad thing wide order line if my jaw line famous yellow title the team oh my god i mean i try to stay in shape and healthy and whatever but like i just love what i do and if it's if it's here's things they helped me get to do what i love to do then soviet let's do it you know people are known as america's hi it's pat but what do you want people to know that spreading awareness for wildlife conservation and showing what the medicine is all about in in china educate people about animals in general talk the thirty four year old traveling the globe first animal planet show having those wild mouth looks big mouth very good all right sharing his medical skills in underserved communities in remote areas around the world with little to no veterinarian healthcare all in the name of animal conservation oh my god it's a dream come true from my mouth i'm sorry pausing interviewing of cat harris and cory it i mean it's it's my dream showed me getting to work with wildlife around the world and spread wildlife conservation and awareness that so i get to work on individually animals and share their stories when you have continued to go from you know well then daytime tv star doctor i put everything together and i'm like okay i love the sciences i love medicine and surgery obviously animals are huge part of my life is something i'm passionate about i think this is my calling i worked towards becoming a vet aggressively i know this is my calling i know this is what i belong on this earth to be doing something the lizard sitting right there i think there's something wrong with his mouth i need to be clear i have a lot of experience working with monitors and i don't want anybody trying this not afraid of violent creatures documented leaves it all on the line it seemed like a camera man couldn't even keep up with you i work with a lot of dangerous animals in healthy respect for those animals and there are moments when i work with wildlife and you've been on the show or like we have some close calls and it's like a reality check out this girl getting everything from well i'm chasing my dream right now bear cats it's been hanging on by their tails off for you i'm putting in some of our favorite grain answer fruit in a little bit of alaska sweeten it up and then the medication scarier thing he says the reality he's witness for animals around it seems like sometimes it's fight for conservation against poaching littering and pollution and climate change and everything seems few tile when you see these people they're so passionate about it and they devote their lies their income their time their everything and helping you know wildlife domestics around the world i think that's part passionate people he hopes to encourage viewers the team conservation injured they try to avoid straws and single serving plastics in general have you seen that in your travels the wildlife are kind of held by by that it's it's heartbreaking you go urban areas city and use either waterway and it's just it looks like a dump truck driving says he takes his growing fame in stride offer the love of animals string he recognized walking around a cage and you're wondering will say they say they think i'm henry cavill or five guys yeah i know he's like or they you know they just say you know i love what you do with animals on instagram pager the show or whatever true fans already know the doctor anthon is off the market is so adorable floating was we had a chance to meet the whole family including the woman who's been supporting his dream from the very beginning beginning fiance natalie when i was a punk snowboarder undergrad she she believed me then so he had long hair and everything the two met thirteen years ago we met on a cruise ship and andy very specifically said he was so inspired by people like steve erwin in jeff corwin and we talked we had a mutual love from both of them so we talked about that he said he wanted it to be on animal planet unlike proud that he that he has built this platform platform and that he uses it such a good purpose and people listen to him and i think it's a really amazing wonderful part of this like world of technology that we're living in a time i'm not even calabasas california from nbc news this has been perspective if you wanna listen to any of our past shows you can subscribe to the prospective podcast give us a review if you've got the time tell us what you like in what you like you're in the future you could find it on apple podcasts spotify by stitcher or wherever you listen to your podcast you could also find perspective and other nbc news shows at kbc news podcasts dot com perspective is produced by eric malo laurie bbc news i'm daria aldinger

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The Sedano Show (HR 2): The NBA planning alternate plans for WNBA draft

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The Sedano Show (HR 2): The NBA planning alternate plans for WNBA draft

"Welcome back to the Sodano show seventeen. Espn here. I'm Kirk Morrison filling in for George for a couple of seconds. So a couple minutes is he handles. Nba Business I myself during the NBA NFL La Olympics. Whatever you got. I'm talking all sports today. But but right. Now we're joined now by Lindsey theory. But she's going to give a straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless everything for less only at Walmart so much to cover. I don't WanNa make sure I'm doing this right. Lindsey has I introduced us. Not only are you covering the rams as you already do for. Espn as a reporter but also double duty covering the chargers as well in Los Angeles during this time. Yeah doing a little little double duty little fill in health right now on the chargers. So I'm kind of a kind of a busy free agency period. That's going on for both teams. We'll just jump right into it. Lindsey the reports the rumors the trade rumors todd. Gurley possibly being traded today as well as Brandin cooks his name being floated around. Nfl circles in a possible trade. Lindsey are you hearing those same rumors? And what could you say about those? Yeah absolutely am and I've been hearing tops and really the end of the season That the rams could be looking to move on from todd. Gurley exploring all options Obviously his contract is is pretty burdensome giving. They gave him a a four year. Forty five million dollars guaranteed deal just a couple of years ago But I think they're exploring right now. Does it best to release him visit and they can spread them. Dead money across two years is it. Is there somebody out there who will take on Todd Gurley But you know so. Many questions remain about the health of his knee. That finding somebody who's willing to trade for him probably proving quite difficult Lindsey in overall. What did the rams come in with in terms of salary cap space because they really haven't been You know big. I guess. Participants in free agency. They do have a couple of signings but they didn't make the big time long or extended deals. How much space did they have in our? How much do they still available? Yeah it's it's limited space on. The numbers are changing by the minute as new deal get added But you know they're pipe because they had to release Nickell Robey Coleman. I'm they saved some money by by getting rid of him. He was a standout slot. Cornerback and then on top of that now they've given New Zealand to Andrew. Whitworth who they absolutely needed to return. Because there's just no clear choice as to who would have replaced Andrew. So that was a good move and bringing him back and then they obviously had to replace Defensive Lineman after losing Michael Brocker so they bring in Sean Robinson and they also again lost Dante. Fowler to the Falcons to bring Leonard Floyd so all those obviously Are NOT CHEAP. Deal to bring in guys on short term contracts like that But those were moves. They had to make so right now. They're they're mine. Latest calculation hasn't out at seven million in space but that's a very very unofficial number Lindsey before we get to the new rams at our quired. You mentioned the re signings of Austin Blythe and also an Andrew. Whitworth with what's going on well with the NFL in terms of team shutting facilities downs. Not being able to give their own physicals to players. They're acquiring that help out in a case for like an Andrew Whitworth and awesome by being that they've already taken physical with the team prior to this pandemic going on with covert nineteen. Did that help the rams and bringing those guys back well guys with the Rams really expressed interest in Before the start of free agency. They've been working on deals often. Flies for well over a week if not longer probably. Andrew Whitworth is a guy who they express come the end of the season that they wanted to get back And he wanted to be back now. Remember Andrew on his no spring chicken anymore. Thirty eight years old Any he had his family loves it. Here in southern California. He has become a huge part of this community in La So I think it was really mutual interest on both sides where we're maybe kind of stock market was out there but the end of the day he wanted to be back in the rain. Really needed entity back Lindsey theory. Espn REPORTER FOR THE RAMS JOINS US. The Donald show here on Seventeen. Espn and Lindsay Leonard Floyd a former first round pick of the Chicago bears he is now a Los Angeles ramming and also Shaun Robinson a former second round pick of the Detroit. Lions out of Alabama. What can you say about these two guys? And how do they fit and Brennan's Daily the New Defensive Coordinator for the Rams? How do they fit in his new defense? It'll be really interesting to see now. One employed the guy who The bears picked obviously if the top ten picks several years ago and they tried to make it worth it work with him and they and they just couldn't operated daily actually was coach of Leonard. Floyd Awhile in Chicago as the outside linebackers coach. So he's familiar with him An Asian Robinson is is a guy who really never found A starting role with the lions. I'm they just couldn't get him to perform consistently he was really. Kinda guy they throw in there and spot opportunities now that being said These guys are now going to be playing on the defensive line that includes Aaron Donald. So that really kind of changes everything when you're playing next to someone who is as great as Aaron is but also someone who has the work ethic and has a leadership ability of Aaron Donald. So these kind of a flyer that they put out on these guys floyd and Robinson two guys at their former teams really had no problem letting go but It remains to be seen at the ranch really can get the most out of them. I'm especially if they come into a situation with Aaron Lindsey to question for you here first of all shut out to your Washington. Huskies because Cory Littleton the former linebacker. Now of the rams now goes to the LAS vegas row still so hard to say the Las Vegas Raiders. He signs a three year contract. That being said did the rams just not have enough to resign. Cory Littleton the first question but I think the second question is now. Who's going to refill? Who's GonNa take the place of what Corlett was able to do? The last couple of years in this Rams Defense Accord Littleton. Made it well known You know he's a former undrafted free agent. He well out played What he was being paid and he made it known that he was going to go Where the money meant the most? So obviously. That's that's the raiders. As a huge loss to the rams I I know they loved him on that defense Linebackers coach Joe. Berry is somebody who has been a big fan of little pins Since before the rams were even pick him up as an undrafted die So that that's a big loss going forward. They have a couple of guys that they will look to to try in and fill that role between Mike Kaiser Trayvon Howard and Kenny Young So not not a lot of star power at that position and a bunch of guys who really Our young has potential. But also have a lot to prove Lindsey theory joined the Sodano show. She comes around for ESPN but doing double duties door free agency. She's also covering the Los Angeles chargers and so far if you had to give a great to the chargers and what they've done just these early infancy stages of free agency. How would you grade them with some of the additions that they've got so far? Yeah I did are coming out with an a right now. Obviously they cleared space at the hope of landing. Tom Brady That's not happening. He's going to the bucks but nevertheless with some of that space. They were able to land Chris Harris which makes their secondary just arguably one of the best right now in the NFL. They're able to solve some issues on their offense of line by bringing in Brian. Beluga and then obviously that trade portray Turner And then on the defensive line they had to say goodbye to Brandon Bane. He was one of the CAP casualties as they as they cleared space for Brady. What would they hoped you'd be Brady But they did find a Guy Lindell's job Joseph who's who's going to fill that role so right now. The chargers are are making moves in and they have a really a pretty good roster on paper now just remains to be seen what they're gonNA do at the quarterback position. That's my next question. What are they going to do at the quarterback position right now currently on the roster tyrod Taylor eastern stick? Do you see them. Big players in terms of trading for someone whether it be Guys who right now on the market. Whether we'll sort quarterbacks we say are on the block right now which Cam Newton Andy Dalton or. We do have free agency quarterbacks out there possibly to compete which Jameis Winston And now we just heard Joe FLACCO Internet. So which route do you think? The chargers may go to the stick with what they have. Or do they go out and grab something or even look for guy in the draft. Yeah I'M GONNA LEAN TOWARDS THEY'RE GONNA go to the draft There's a couple of great quarterbacks as we all know In the draft chargers have the six overall pick So I I would say. They're probably set their sights on the draft. Kinda young talent. They can get obviously. Get someone in on rookie deal. And then they can spend some money elsewhere. to to supplement What would be a rookie quarterback in fines more weapons? Whether they need they often. They're pretty much set. Are running back but find anything else. Maybe even on the offensive lines. They need to help out a rookie quarterback but I would expect in the draft. Where they're going I think so too Lindsay Lindsay always a pleasure. Appreciate the time in the I will let you go back to todd. Gurley watch twenty twenty that okay. All right thanks Lizzie Lindsay theory. Espn reporter for the Los Angeles. Rams also covering the Los Angeles chargers more sodano show seventeen. Espn SODANO show seventeen. Espn KIRK Morrison. Here for George George Hetland. Basketball business can't wait to get those juicy nuggets that he's got going on what he's hearing an MBA circles as well. Shot out Lindsey theory the ESPN reporter for the Los Angeles. Rams and she's doing some charges joined us in the last segment just to get us caught up with the news of the NFL today especially in Los Angeles. We'll the chargers are making moves. But it's the big move right. We are now on girly watch todd. Gurley in rumors have been circulating over the last couple days. I for one have been talking about this personally For the last three to four months that he was going to be a ton of trade talks because the the price for todd early. You're not getting that same production and when that happens in the national football league guys tend to get traded so right now todd. Gurley trade talks are commencing between the Rams and other teams as well as Brandin cooks wide receiver as well. And I'm bringing producer Greg for a little bit here Greg and but for right now. I think the rams knew going into this season. I didn't make the playoffs right. But just want to throw this caveat out there had the rams had the same season or if they have the same season in two thousand twenty. The Rams actually will make the playoffs with this new. Cba because the playoffs has now expanded to fourteen. That has no longer twelve. It is now seven per conference with one team getting the The bye week. So the rams actually could've made the playoffs this year but I bring that up because they did not make it in twenty nineteen and. I'm not making the playoffs in two thousand nineteen. I've said this so many times from playing the League is that you have to make changes. There has to be a something that has to give right. And for the rams they don't have a ton of cap space so there's has to be addition but by addition you have to have subtraction. And where is the subtraction? And we've seen already. There's been a couple of guys who have gone in free agency. We don't make a broker's as Gone Dante Followers Gone Koi Littleton winona Kilroy become will be one. But we knew the tough decision rams are GONNA have to make was with tot girly and it would have asked me four years ago gripe four years ago with Todd Gurley. We almost for sure would have said Todd. Gurley will be running out of the tunnel of s-o-f-i stadium in Inglewood in a Rams Jersey. Whatev- I if I told you for years ago that he would not be on the team. Would you have believe me no absolutely not? The Guy wasn't credible. He was great at Georgia and then he was in that first year he got injured that a little bit of injury. History has really hurt him a little bit. I'm more surprised by Brandin cooks. I thought he was always a big like a good receiver and they really enjoyed Adam there. It's just what is contract is it. Does he just not performing? Because he drops a passes. What is the reason that Brandin cooks is going out there? Well it's the contract right. It's a big contract and when you can find production I think this is in a lot of businesses to as well when you could find similar production at a cheaper rate Then you probably will lean on that but I think also to. The hard part with Brandin cooks is that he's also has some injury history as well and greg his injury history a little bit different right. We've seen him have some take some brutal hits right and his his injuries are more involved ahead area right where. He's had concussions where he had a concussion. This year this past season Are No just remember being at the Super Bowl a couple of years when the when he played with the New England patriots remember. He took the shot from Malcolm Jenkins and he was out of that game when the Patriots lost in the new wing to the Philadelphia Eagles. So I've seen him have at least three Concussions over the last couple seasons that to me is sort of a red flag and if the rams can kind of get out of that contract in which some people say is one of the best wide receiver draft that we've seen in the last ten to fifteen maybe twenty plus years in the NFL. Upcoming in April the rams could go out and use a pick in the draft and Kinda get a similar sort of production from that position because always remember a coach. Told me When I was interviewing the coaches without getting ready for broadcast and I say well what does a guy like this and he was talking about. Branding cooked with a guy with a similar skill set. He's these guys are speed guys. They make great for us because they can. We say pull the top off the defense they make you fear the play right. That's what granted brandin cooks has been but when he's injured or he's not in a game or they take away that deep threat. You're almost taking away an entire position. I think that's where the rams are saying. Is that if BRANDIN COOKS. It's been beaten you deep. Then what else can he do? And that's the hard part is that he's not doing anything else. And that's why it's a tough decision for them to make because a lot of these deals are may when people look at the contracts. We see five years one hundred million in like. Oh Wow one hundred million dollar contract. The that's never really. It's all funny money. That's monopoly money. Right we talk about the real money. What's the real contract behind that? And so a lot of these contracts literally are guaranteed from year to year. Right like today jared. Goff's contract today will be now fully guaranteed. You'll get twenty one million For being on the roster on the second day of the League year which is today so his contracts guarantee but then also his future. Money's so forty three million of future money is now guarantee soul regardless of what happens tomorrow. What happens with Jared Goff Ninety four million dollars? We'll be going toward your golf at some point. Whether he's traded release he's GonNa get ninety four right from the rams or if they trade him someone else is. GonNa give ninety four but that contract is already signed sealed delivered with Brandin cooks if he's still on the roster right if he's still on this roster in the next couple of days then his roster spot his guarantee bonus will be Guarantee for this season so I think the rams are trying to grow okay. It's it's almost like a grocery list and I know you're you're a smart shopper. Aren't you graphic or Samuel Smart Shopper? Going you know like okay. I know I need to get some eggs may need to get some bread but oh my God look at that. Oh Wow steaks on sale. And you're right okay. But he wouldn't stakes right. He needs stakes. These guys like Tom. Wright like looks do does he have the weapons that he needs to go to be successful. Because we saw that when branding when you don't have the same todd Gurley. The offense struck without girly. So now you do they have. Somebody's not from Brown. That guy that can be that and you have somebody that can take can be the deep threat. That's not humid. I understand that it can be a guy like Robert Woods or Cooper Cup but do they trust that much and Josh Reynolds do they trust that much and Mike Thomas and Brown as those guys the guys will you can also take a look at right down the street from right? Because Melvin Gordon. Right now and this is this. Is the harsh reality. No one's talking about. Melvin Gordon formerly of the chargers. Last year charters offered him a really nice deal and he held out. He wanted to tie girly type money. He held out. You know didn't really have the most productive of years. Then he had a couple of key. Fumbles in some situations in which people in charge of land will remember and now at the start of free agency. He's not getting those phone calls. And no one's come near to the contract that had he signed last year instead of holding out with the chargers he missed out on a big payday. And that's where he's sitting at right now and could he be the replacement for Tiger or a devante Freeman from the Atlanta Falcons. Who have just been released? There's a devante Freeman. Devante Freeman makes a little bit of sense because he was he is a pass catcher. He's a guy that can come out of the backfield and he can run with some power just like todd. Gurley runs the type of offense. The zone run scheme that he did and he coached me he ran it under. Kyle Shanahan and we know McVeigh Shanahan very similar. Offense is George. That just makes for a lot of a lot of moving parts. And that's why right now. I'm on girly. Watch twenty twenty so for everybody if you hear the news. I'm waiting just like you. I just bought into the weekend. I don't think Todd Gurley will be in a rams uniform and I would have never thought that for years ago but we'll get more on that more on the rams moral what's going on and get an update from Giordano on what's going on in. Nba Circles more here on the Sodano show seventeen ESPN sodano weather here on seven ten espn presented by progressive insurance. All our guests appear via the Shell Pennzoil performance line and brought to us by our friends at capital one when you earn unlimited unlimited double miles and every purchase. Your next trip is closer than you think. What's in your wallet? So Kirk Morrison hanging out with us. Thank you for holding it down while I was on that. Nba call nothing really that is newsworthy to report. It was just basically a call about like. Hey the schedules being planned There alternate You know plans as well Because there are things coming up on the calendar for example the WNBA draft And things like that. That are going to take place. They're probably going to take place obviously in a different fashion than they have done previously. And also how they're taking care of some of the remote workers the crews and things of that nature which I thought was important so Good stuff from ESPN NBA. But that was really just that. No nothing really. That will help you as far as games are concerned but they are planning to. Wnba draft to go on Is Just GonNa be done a little differently? I guess much like the NFL draft right Kirk. Yeah it's GONNA be different right. They're not gonNA have You know groups of people right. You know Out Mingling or partying out there in Las Vegas has been shut all the way down so right this will be more of a a real life fantasy football draft but we're going to call it. Nfl draft bright for sure and throughout the show yesterday. We did this thing to and feel free to call in at eight. Seven seven seven to ten. Espn if you are an owner of a small business that is providing goods and services in your particular community. We want people to know who are listening where they can find these goods and services arrest. Iran. You know we had a guy that use company had people who deliver water Water filtration companies and things of that nature show. There are a lot of different people calling in a lot of different things. Personal fitness people All sorts of stuff people are doing stuff online on facetime or whatever in that John Rhea show call in and if even if you're not the owner of a small business you WANNA shout out a small business in your community that is providing goods and services. You can't as well at eight seven seven seven ten. Espn eight seven seven. Seven ten three seven seven six Kirk. I want to ask you a couple of things You had mentioned at the top of the show about players wanting to flock to play with Brady in Tampa Bay. And I've heard that I've heard like hey yeah. A lot of people are enquiring about playing in Tampa Bay. You know we've heard about Brady may want Antonio Brown. But it seems like Bruce Arians and all that he's already been there done that When he was with the steelers. But what are some of these players like? Do we know names of players that WanNa play with Brady No? I don't think we know names right now. Nobody's putting it out there. But I definitely know that will phone calls or are definitely happening right now if I'm a receiver backup tied in offensive. Linemen are especially the running back position right. Could that be todd? Gurley possibly wanting to be traded to Tampa right. That's SEC country. That's Kinda closer to where he's from where he grew up in. I believe South Carolina I believe in so that'd be closer to him his family and when he went to school in Georgia. Right closed right above You know Florida so could it be Todd Gurley. Could it be? Melvin Gordon. Devante Freeman like 'cause they do need a running back. You know right now. Ronald Jones former USC Trojan Right now is at the running back position but so four has not been the guy That they've probably imagined it we're getting from USC so I could see some other players. You know if I'm a older veteran right kind of similar to what we talked about. What the Lakers. When you have a jared Dudley Dwight Howard those types of players on their last run and you know looking to go somewhere and kind of complete their career I would deathly will love to spend my final year or two Playing for Tom Brady. I know what I'm GonNa get but you know it's almost like whatever he touches turns to gold and Tom Brady for for that for that matter. Yeah no I get it right but let me. Just how much do you think he has left in the tank? Where right now from Tom House? Okay Tom House is world renowned quarterbacks coach who off saddened talk with a couple of times. He's the mentor quarterback he's Goo Brain Guru. All at. Tom House really believe at Tom? Brady can play three more years at a H- significant high level right especially with the weapons that he has in the way that they're going to rebuild it offensive line in Tampa. He honestly believes that the way the position is lining up right now. Tom Brady COMPLA- three more years. And that'll put him at the age of forty five. Yeah that would be pretty insane. Scrabble George Blanda was pretty old. Wasn't playing regularly right. I guess back in the old days right Clinton Yeah. This is going to be totally different man. This is unprecedented but you know last year. I mean we saw. I mean there's going to be some good. There's GONNA be some bad but it's it's it's still. Tom Brady and the people in Tampa already flocking to get tickets already. I saw six thousand calls in the day. Yeah for tickets Bergman you have something a business you WanNa shout yeah I do. There's this as a place called studio. Ll Out here in studio city. And it's an Improv Class. For Kids so what? They're doing it all online now if you're at home and you have all your kids there and you don't have anything for them to do. You can do online classes to for them to do. Improv courses with the teacher through Through face number. Zoom APP that they use okay so it's great for my kids love doing it. And what is it called? It's called Studio L. O. L. Okay Coop. Like laugh out loud yes exactly. Okay thank you appreciate it Let's go to the phones. Are People have businesses that they WANNA shout out? Small businesses in different communities. Let me go to Kirk in Sherman Oaks. What's up Kirk Restaurant? We take out the bigger I can. I really wanted to anyone order from these. Your local restaurant. You use third parties on GRUB. Outpost mates charging a huge commission. Take over thirty four awesome. Okay so you're saying to call you. Directly is what you're saying. Absolutely you want to help the stories. How directly from their own online? They haven't most of them have their online service wary about these guys third parties. The drivers walk off of an APP. They are never seen by the employer. They played beat sick and their employer doesn't know it's an off on the phone right right. Yeah but I also don't want to disparage those people because I would assume that you have to hope right. I get what you're saying. I also want to make sure that those people don't lose out on the ability to make money to in a time where people are short on making money. You know what I'm saying. I don't want to disparage anyone if we can avoid doing that. I would really appreciate it if you WANNA get your business out there. You're more than welcome to name the business the area and how people can get a hold of you. We'd appreciate that but we don't WANNA be disparaging other businesses. I won't well. I'm leaning Tower Pizza and chairman. Okay leaning Tower Pizza Sherman Oaks and you have a website. I presume all for OPIE ORDERS DOT COM for leaning tower. I thank you sir. Appreciate it he goes yeah. Let's not let's not like trash other people right. Let's you know I mean we're already kind of going through a kind of hysteria right now. We don't need to add to that but passing news definitely. Try to stay positive with everything. So that's that's definitely the MA been going after. Correct John Neo see. What's up John? John Yes Jon Hassler. I'm with a company called Tau Building. Systems. We serve as a commercial file alarm systems and We have a concern that some of our hotels and hospitals and different places senior living centers. They won't be able to get certain services or they're afraid to and I just WANNA throw it out there that we we aren't essential service and my guys are trained in social distancing. They'll be wearing clubs if you need to get your fire alarm system service if the panels. Vp New residents or whatnot. You can call us at eight seven seven two two five two five three four okay. Great thanks John Appreciate it. You GotTa let me go to Richard and south in the South Bay. What's up Richard? Yeah love the show. I JUST WANNA put a shout out for Tortilla CANTINA. An old torrent been there. Ten years redoing daily specials. You can call it three one. Oh three three nine six zero six or go directly to our website tortilla continue dot com. And you can find is on door dash but we're surrounded by twenty five brewery. We've been working with all of the breweries in the South Bay. Local Burris they a lot of them smog. City Elliot L. Works Then absolution show brewing the brewery. All of them are doing. A growl. Fills They have plenty of canned beer to go curbside service so please support the breeze as well as they supported us over the years and we supported them and if anybody needs of any kind of other services or other restaurants are running out of stuff we may have extra stock. Please feel free to call us. What's the name of the restaurant? More time in Torrance Tortilla. Cantina sounds good man. Thank you Richard. Thank you so much you got it. Let me grab one more real. Quick Joe in oxnard eight. George I just want to give a subtle to Foreign workers that are still working to the grant. Virus gives him a shot out there working on ten twelve hour days. Bill Yes sir. Shout THEM OUT FOR SURE. Thank you thank you very much. You guys have a good want you to take care. I got another segment in us. If you got a local business that you own or that you WanNa shut out in your community. That's providing goods and services. Eight seven seven seven ten. Espn eight seven seven seven. Three seven seven six We've got some breaking news in the NBA. We've got some more news on how players and teams are handling the situation. We'll have that for your. Whoa J- just dropped a few bombs here a second ago Adam. Schefter has got some news on some stuff within the NFL communities. We'll have that for you here in just a second so stick around. We're back in three minutes. Oh Relax Bergman I was talking to boss Betty pantsuits and brawny. I didn't even say anything I just can't imagine I'd that's what the sound of music four George. Yes exactly sodano with you here on seventeen. Espn CAIN coming up. After US Mason in Ireland are back and Mason went to Hawaii for a day. Yeah what the Hell is. I almost want to God. I mean for real like what kind of I love him but God bless who does that like why did you. Why did you leave to begin with like everyone was telling him? Don't go because he knew he had vacation and he decided like I'm GonNa go us. Look if there's anybody that uses their vacation time it's it is absolutely. Would you fly outside of the continental forty eight? We're going to go anywhere. Look look who you're talking about because at least thing but that is somewhere else within the continental forty eight. Let's say you couldn't fly. You can at least you rent a car and drive. You know what I mean right. He's got plenty of places that he likes to go to all over the place that are very secluded and I don't know what he was doing but he's back now so that's all that matters and he's on the. I love you mace. You are the most important person at this radio station. Which is why. I'm glad you didn't get stuck somewhere cheesy. I need from you though real fast winds. Oh Back Oh you did this in the last couple of segments go but you're elsa impression was just fantastic from the frozen too. Yeah yeah they do the there so I don't want to spoil it for people but basically they're chasing something and there's something sings to them and it goes. Ooh I love my five year old. Does that all day every day and now my eighteen month old is starting to do it because he sees the sister doing it. Nope kids both like it. Yes I know. I don't know I don't know they like one better than the other. I mean my eighteen month old sees cartoons just like sits there. And just like yeah. It's like you and me Zombie. So he just sees anything on the TV that's cartoons and he was like Whoa. I'm in But Yeah I don't know I. I took her to see the movie when it came out. You know whatever. It was months ago right like I said I I saw the original but you know obviously when you deal with little kids you know. I miss part of the movie because of potty breaks. Oh yeah no no finally watched the full frozen to on Sunday morning without you know without any potty breaks which was great movie. It's funny because I at forty two need more potty breaks than my five year old. That's kind of life. You know what I'm saying. Let's live comes back at you? Come full circle where I got. I got some news here on the rams. It's News Lindsay theory who was on earlier. Thanks to Lindsey. If you missed any part of the interview with Lindsay in Kirk you can subscribe to the podcast as well as of course we're taking calls the last couple of days on small businesses People won't small businesses or providing goods and services within the community. You can scroll through the podcast and find those calls And people if you just maybe you don't own the business if you want to shout particular business in your community that's providing goods and services. You can do that as well. We'll take one more round calls here for a few minutes at eight. Seven seven seven ten. Espn but anyway Lindsey theory reporting that KBC channel seven here in La is the new rams local television partner. The rams spent the previous four seasons in L. A. Partner we KCBS. So now we we got we got. We Got Disney Disney. Synergy van ten. Espn is Disney. Kabc's Disney Fukuzaki. You'll be out there whenever we do get back to football rob curt sandoval. We'll be out of there. The yes circle seven baby circle seven. There's going to be fun and New Partnership and It'd be fun now right now but like you mentioned we have the synergy which Solano Yeah that's me too back. Yeah the the the the rams picked those also good Meena Girl Meena and still shot Jim Hill though. He held it down. Though Jim Jim Hill did hold it would you ever he and Monica Durant? Who actually was on there all the time too but but I'm happy. The broadcast team will still be was still be Andrew My Girl Meena. I love it. Mgd AND DEMARCO right. That goes still be part of it and Jamie long right like all those guys. They're all be we all do well. We we've heard some of these bills. Did we hold it down all right from TV man? Come on. Oh Yeah Yeah I mean you know college football. I know that's my Fridays and Saturdays. Have been you know kind of taking up but we we'll figure that part out now your boss. Many pants suits in here. She's she's she's making sure you're doing the right thing. Bergman from your home location corporate stooge Greg so Amanda. I'm doing all my work. Don't worry about it everything's okay. It's exactly let's go to the phones. Oh actually so. Let me give you what What's happened with low? Drew quick what he was tweeting out. So let me give you that. Real quick So here's what tweeted out recently New STORY ON ESPN DOT COM THE NBA teams. That starting Friday must closed their facilities to players. Staff until further notice He's also talking about in safeguarding player. Health the NBA's directive on playing ball in these times is clear outside of perhaps a personal home gym. Shut it down. So that's what he's saying. THEY'RE G- Lindsey theory also reporting on the NFL. Side that Jared Goff and I believe Andrew Whitworth are donating money to the local food in Bred Bank right. I saw that and I also saw let me see you want to make sure I got that right. T T. Yeah Jared Goff Andrew with each donating two hundred fifty thousand dollars to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. Excuse me to help. Fund two million meals as families deal with the krona virus situation. So thanks to jared in Andrew Whitworth and then shefty had some stuff that the niners were donating like a million dollars to Take care of their employees which I would imagine includes the stadium crew to show so. That's that's good stuff so we'll we'll have more of that stuff as it starts to pile out. We want to make sure that everyone gets that. All right let's go to the phones. We got people providing small businesses shouting out small businesses within the communities. Let's make it quick. 'cause you'll have a couple of minutes here. Steve and Harbor City Steve Quickly. Please yes. It's PK. Clothing and work gloves. It's jackets skirts. Worked Plums Hello La I love you And my phone number is three one zero five zero seven four seven nine five so work loves work clothing clothing right. Yes Sir Thank you. Steve appreciate it. Let me grab Tammy and Zana. Tammy GO AHEAD. Quickly yeah. Action Messenger Service trying to avoid. The crowds took advantage of their service. They got your quickly great delivery. Young men names that Action Messenger Service Dot Com. That's how we found him. They're great company. We appreciate it that currier. They'll deliver in every anything you need. Basically everything you need food items shoes clothing medicine whatever action Messenger Services. Certainly those are the type of things we need right. Now Sean in West Hills George. On the frozen. That's already here all day long. Tackle those foreign notes. Men Run the world So fast so sped production video production company. I was post launch next month. We're doing it. Now we create videos commercials for for local businesses. 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