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"mr. sheep" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

09:18 min | 8 months ago

"mr. sheep" Discussed on Conversations

"Good educations we age cashman's and it was all data. They might pied for everything and it must have been really hard for them watching me in particula unconventional of us looking like i was wasting my My twenty what. They thought the writing was on neither. Do i knew. I could ride And at one point. When i was about fourteen or fifteen. I'd written some something for school and dad riddance. This is very good you could. You could do this but i was. I was living in. These terrible. Has and when i finally did wrote a book it. It came in a biohazard bag with a sole paranoia paints. It would have been really really really hard for them but they never neither the aggregate a moments reason to sort of pause in my headlong rush all consider that i might have taken a different path and i think and you know in the. I didn't work in a factory. And i used my. I used my words to to make my living. i dad. I think was a intrigued by that. And possibly i was running convos game but it seemed to pay the bills and he occasionally on the pain back so remember taking him to the c. j. wants because i scammed a second cricket writer pass and we have the same name in he. He's we'd managed very very honest similar in the. He's the kinda guy who like your tax refund eating chicken fingers and make sure you money in this weird why he just figured if if the ice see as it was back in the new south wales cricket board been incompetent after issue two passes in the name of john birmingham that was a problem not hearsay. We a day in the press books. And he hung out with dougie walters and allies guys and we stole a bunch of bs from the real cricket. Rod is be rijn. It was a great day. And i very much enjoyed being able to do that with him. You dead had a five zero battle with cancer. But alamo four. He went into palliative care. Palliative care wards as such weird places. It's like time is on a whole of a rhythm. What what was it like for your family in those weeks. He was at that stage of his illness. you run it. The time does seem to stay still and then all of a sudden it. Restarts violently like It's you feel in suspension. I the the. I remember the daiei Take me my. My mom rang me. Jujitsu class and They kind of got me off the mat. And said you know you gotta choline mom something wrong with the dad so if the class and When he was he was in bed he couldn't move deceit literally just couldn't get up quitting out of the toilet and he's in a bad way and so we. We called an ambulance and you to take him to doctors zone. We have a five year battle with cancer. There's a few emergencies along the way and yet in he popped him into the ambulance. And then i think mom right in the ambulance with a mess right and i followed in my car and i just remember as the ambulance is pulling out of the driveway. It was all out watching the most interesting thing happening in the straight and this human drama rodriguez and i just. I remember that ambulance went down that driveway. I just remember being struck. It was like a bill in my chest. Gun union becoming backup. They try and needed and it was. He was a long time in that hospital. And i spent a long time that ospel with him and mom even longer My brother came up. And it's weird places the staff every once in all the stuff and brilliant and they really i they just every single day they lose someone sometimes more and i it will be a weird A we had passed. Choose as a doctor because you know you. Patients not going to get better. We head when he passed away. We you mean i wasn't. Andrew was with him. We always in the hospital but we knew he was close because You know what people you know. When people get close to the end you can tail and So i actually A supposed to be at the beach with my family. We look this holiday six months earlier. Come back 'cause. I knew it wasn't gonna lost the weekend. We were taking shifts moments in the room with him and andrew. And it's whiskey mirror. We didn't have a drink with him because he was up for that but we had a drink over him. And then the the hospital had this tea room that they would set aside every night for family members of of patients and we've managed to get a walk on that tv and take tea room and anger sleep in there and sat with him and then he came out and i went back to the room and andrew is sitting with him and at some point. I remember you know the door. Cracked open the light and spilled a inside interest center ice. He's gone and we sort of my athletes still be here. You had an open that door. He wouldn't of course he'd have still gone so we joined him in the room. And it was we didn't ling along. We've been a long time in that that would and we went down and watch even though it had been a long time coming in new was coming did the hours and weeks after still feel like shock somehow espn. I grieved violently. I remember there was no one at hyman. My say the beach and I remember driving. I took momma home and andrew steiner replies. I drive time. Pull the car up under the house and the from that the dogs and the cats the house was empty innocent. Well what happens now at that point just the stat of me and i started feeling and fan like that just happened a lot for the next couple weeks i got up to pull the co our of the the side of the ride. 'cause i just so much like i've been ambushed by by this wild creature living inside me And that went on for quite a while and after a band sudafed three months where the violence the emotional response dialed back. But i didn't really feel any better about any of it. I sort of realized that. I slipped from Grief into depression and And then at that point having that realization i sort of stood back and you think about this. Was your mom dealing with his loss in different way in our moms. Tough might Yeah she's mr sheep again. English working class born under a bad wall. German bombs randa. She's she's pretty hard for you. Not so hardy delicate flower. Quite the snowflake. how did you start finding a way out of out of that great. What did you want to or did it just feel. This is quite extensively about this in the book of the only schools of thought and philosophy about how we ended up loving aaron grief. Because it's all we have left of the the person we want i. I've done psych. That was my major area. Study as an undergrad. So i knew what was happening. And i knew bash the best way to trade. It was to get some exercise. Drink could be less eight a lot. Better style of social media and eventually would remember. I read a tweet actually having said get off such tweet by Catherine detainee who was talking about depression and she said you know it. It's a long nine but eventually it does pass in the sun comes up again and it's weird you know in some ways it's quite a banal statement and he just. I held it to me like a puppy. also got a puppy And one day. I went down to my desk because i've gone down every day for six months and nothing had happened. I just stayed at the keyboard and nothing came. And then one day i went down. I thought i wouldn't mind of the day and two and a half thousand words most done. It's really fascinating to talk to. You thank you.

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"mr. sheep" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"mr. sheep" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"In the attack. But in a fishbowl, there has also said there. Focused on boosting enrichment of low grade uranium, and we'll soon pass the limit of what it's allowed to stockpile per twenty fifteen deal abandoned by President Trump Iran's ambassador to Britain by you to dinner. John says things could escalate to the states and this administration, which has characterized the JCP as the most agreement in the history. Now, they are expecting that Iran would be fully committed with this agreement. In the meantime, international officials are calling for maximum restraint for shortly. The are heading towards a coup pronunciation, which is very serious for everybody during Jin. I'm John Lawrence. It's Twenty-one till China's president Xi Jinping will embark on a state visit to North Korea at the invitation of Kim Jong UN the visit to take place, this Thursday and Friday correspondent Steven Jong has more. This is actually a long anticipated trip. Mr. she because remember, Mr Kim has. Visited China four times since becoming the supreme leader of North Korea. He had always invited Mr. Xi to return, visit Mr. she had always agreed to do so earlier on Monday when Chinese officials gave domestic media, a briefing on this trip, they were trying to frame this as an important milestone between Beijing, Pyongyang say, this is happening at a time when both sides are celebrating seventy years of formal relations, and it would enable both sides to strengthen strategic communication and defy traditional friendship. Now, they also mentioned North Korea's nuclear issue will be on the agenda between the two leaders discussions without giving much detail. Now the one country Chinese officials did nomination was the United States, Mr Kim, Mr. sheep, probably similar grievances against Donald Trump US president remember, Mr. Trump famously walked out on mister kin backing February. Doing there, some eight Hanoi because Mr. Trump didn't thing North Koreans were giving. Enough concessions to make a deal worthwhile. And from Mr. she's perspective. Mr. Trump's unreasonable demands had also caused a breakdown between the two countries ongoing trade negotiations. So they probably have both thinking they are dealing with the consequences of fickle US, president relations with the two communist allies continue to deteriorate, Stephen Jones, Beijing. It's twenty till Chinese and US economic leaders will meet soon jimbohannon has that much is happening out there in the world of money. And we turn to a man in knows all about it. He is America's money answers. Man, financial expert, Jordan Goodman, his website, money, answers dot com. And let's start with the US, China trade tiff that is underway, and of course, the two leaders, she and Trump will meet at the G twenty summit in Japan, the end of the month you expect him to work out a deal. I do not expect them to work out of deal. I don't think the Chinese are going to be willing to give what? We're asking for result. I think Trump is going to put twenty five percent tariffs on the remaining three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports here, which is hurting them hurting us, ultimately costing American consumers and business, and it's hurting Charles, so that's one of the reasons why the economy's been slowing worldwide interest rates have been falling because the feeling is that this trade war is going to escalate and cause, more economic pain. We're not really asking the Chinese to do anything. They haven't agreed to do at some point on the dotted line. I mean, they, they violate virtually every deal that they ever make with anybody. And that's one thing to note not that, that, that would be persuasive to them. You're we're talking about a society that is a moral unethical in the extreme. But assuming for the moment that they are among other things, not stupid. They know that. If in fact, they finally run into a US president who had fact will stick to his guns. They lose we will suffer some pain from. Mm this with China, the Chinese economy, it just a few months could go under. And I just don't believe that the powers of being Beijing are prepared to do that right now. I think they're in a poker game and they're holding a paradoxes and they just doubled the anti. But if if President Trump calls they lose the pot. It's possible we're asking him to do things for example, they have what's called China, two thousand twenty five with her investing all the new technologies three D printing cloud, computing, artificial intelligence was saying, don't do that. They want to do their own future. We're saying, don't subsidize state owned enterprises like still aluminum companies, which employ a lot of people were saying, don't these what I call zombie companies? They should be dead, but they keep them alive. We're saying, don't steal our intellectual property. That's the way they do it. We're saying, don't do force technology transfers. They've done that forever. These are major structural changes were asking to do. And I agree completely, they should do these things. But they haven't agreed to do so, so far, they were getting pretty close, and then they reneged they said, no, we don't want to go that far. Well, I'm sure they don't want to a lot of things this world that people don't want to do. I suppose if I were totally a moral and I could get away with cheating, my neighbors. I would. Fortunately, I'm not totally a moral. All right. The Federal Reserve Board is going to be meeting this coming day. And also tomorrow, Wednesday and consider lowering interest rates. First of all, they're still kinda low aren't they? Well, they are they've raised rates nine times since December two thousand fifteen they did it four times in two thousand eighteen and some people think they got a little bit too far. They're basically two and a half percents on the fed funds rate, so people thinking, maybe they would probably not lower the June meeting, but maybe at the July meeting by a quarter point, or so, because there's a lot of signs of economic weakest. We had a weak unemployment report on Monday. The Empire State index came out had dropped thirty points, which is the biggest ever dropped in one month and just a lot of other signs of economic weakness, and that's before the full tariffs go into effect. So that's why people think the fed may pull back, one of the rate increases the end of last year. Tenure treasury bonds. Now they're plummeting and yields the ten year treasuries down to just about two percent in April. It was two point seven. That's a big drop in a short period of time. And that's the market telling you the world economy is slowing all right now, to something on the plus side of things it less. There were opportunities out there. I wouldn't think you would see a lot of successful initial public offerings, and yet I gather there have been some many, many. Yeah. Last week, chewy, which is the company that does online pet food ordering a company called crowd strike, which does cybersecurity Pinterest did very well. The biggest one by far Jim is called beyond meat that's kind of a protein base based on plants animals, and it came public at twenty five and now it's about one hundred sixty six times and three weeks. The super hot thing right now this week. The one that's coming. It's called slack which is kind of online communication system. And Airbnb may becoming this all kinds of new new decline. And also, of course, we noted, of course, the growth of the national debt broaching twenty two trillion dollars. But I gather that consumer non mortgage debt is also way up, but four trillion dollars. That's right. One point six trillion and student loan debt. One point one trillion Carlos little over one train in credit card debt. And as you say, that's not counting mortgages, which is about thirteen trillion consumers when they feel confident in America, they go out and spend and borrow. That's what they're doing in a major way. Jordan Goodman, America's money answers man, you can find him at money answers dot com. Fourteen hill. Coming up, what the US supreme court ruled yesterday over bakers, refusing to serve.

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China's Leader To Meet Kim Jong Un In North Korea

Jim Bohannon

01:42 min | 2 years ago

China's Leader To Meet Kim Jong Un In North Korea

"Till China's president Xi Jinping will embark on a state visit to North Korea at the invitation of Kim Jong UN the visit to take place, this Thursday and Friday correspondent Steven Jong has more. This is actually a long anticipated trip. Mr. she because remember, Mr Kim has. Visited China four times since becoming the supreme leader of North Korea. He had always invited Mr. Xi to return, visit Mr. she had always agreed to do so earlier on Monday when Chinese officials gave domestic media, a briefing on this trip, they were trying to frame this as an important milestone between Beijing, Pyongyang say, this is happening at a time when both sides are celebrating seventy years of formal relations, and it would enable both sides to strengthen strategic communication and defy traditional friendship. Now, they also mentioned North Korea's nuclear issue will be on the agenda between the two leaders discussions without giving much detail. Now the one country Chinese officials did nomination was the United States, Mr Kim, Mr. sheep, probably similar grievances against Donald Trump US president remember, Mr. Trump famously walked out on mister kin backing February. Doing there, some eight Hanoi because Mr. Trump didn't thing North Koreans were giving. Enough concessions to make a deal worthwhile. And from Mr. she's perspective. Mr. Trump's unreasonable demands had also caused a breakdown between the two countries ongoing trade negotiations. So they probably have both thinking they are dealing with the consequences of fickle US, president relations with the two communist allies continue to deteriorate, Stephen Jones,

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"mr. sheep" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"mr. sheep" Discussed on Conversations

"Because. You know, what people? When people get close to the end, you can tell and. So I actually supposed to be at the beach with my family this holiday six months earlier comeback because we knew he wasn't gonna last the weekend. We were taking it in shifts members in the room with him and Andrew heats in some whiskey where we didn't have a drink with implicit what's up for that? But we had a drink over. And then. The the hospital had his t- room that they would set aside every night for family members of of patients, and we'd manage to get walk on TV and tearoom and so Andrew had asleep in there are set with him. And then he came out, and I went back to the table room and Android sitting with him. And at some point, I remember, you know, the door cracked open the lines building inside injury centre. He's he's gone and weird sort of my athletes to be here you had an open door. He wouldn't because he'd have still gone. So join him in the room. It was we didn't Ling along with been a long time in that. That would. And we'd watch even though it had been a long time coming and you knew it was coming. Did the hours and weeks after Stu feel like a shock somehow? I agreed violently. I remember those one at high my say, my family within the beach, and I remember driving home and Andrew Steiner replace our drive time, pull the car up under the house and. Apart from that the dogs and the cats the house was empty unit. What happens now at that point? Just all burst out of me. And I just started howling. And I've found like that just happened a lot for the next couple of weeks. I have to pull the koala I of the the side of the ride 'cause I just so much like I've been ambushed by by this wild creature living inside me. And that went on for quite a while. And after band Suda three months where the violence the emotional response. Dial back, but I didn't really feel any better about any sort of realized that I slipped from grief into depression and. And at that point having had that realization sort of stood back, and you've been thinking about this was you mum dealing with his loss in a different way. Mom's tough, man, she's Mr. sheep again English working class born under a bed while German bombs fallen Aranda. She's she's pretty hardy. Figure who's not so hardy delicate flower court this knifelike had DD stuff funding away out of out of that grave. What did you want to? Did it just feel this? Extensively about this in the book is the only schools of thought and philosophy and we end up loving Aaron Greif because it's all we have left of the the person we want. I I've done psych. There was my my my area or study as an undergrad. And so I knew what was happening. And I knew that the best way to trade. It wants to get some exercise drink a bit less ate a lot better style of social media. And eventually would I remember I read a tweet actually having said get off such made her tweet by Catherine Devaney who was talking about depression. And she said, you know, it it's a long night. But eventually it does pass in the sun comes up again. And it's weird. You know, in some ways, it's quite a banal statement. And I held that to me like a puppy also gonna puppy. And one day. I went down to my desk because I've gone down every day for six months and nothing happened. I just stayed at the keyboard and nothing came and then went down. I wouldn't mind writing some of the day and two and a half later. I was done John. Thank you so much for being my guest on conversations. All thanks for having me admirers and happy to be Jones book is on father. This conversation will be up on our website shortly ABC dot knit Dora. Use slash conversations. I'm Sarah Kanovsky. Thanks for listening. You've been listening to a podcast of conversations with Sarah can ski for more conversations interviews head to the website. I base c dot net dot I use slash conversations. Discover more great ABC podcasts. Live radio and exclusives. On the ABC. Listen up.

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"mr. sheep" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"mr. sheep" Discussed on Hard Factor

"To expose Cunanan his fallers. Yeah, which anonymous called sheep. So all the people that believe in Cunanan according to non Mr. sheep cunanan's not gonna like that. No, not paying attention. This is getting tense. This is impossible. It's only billionth person that's called them sheep this week. The video which features childlike music and songs begins with Oscar. The grouch saying, I'm going to play a little game with him that will make him never wanna play with me against very creepy then goes onto Sesame Street like song about the q. It also self deprecates the the anonymous group for sitting in their basements, eating Doritos and drinking the do. So, I mean the bat, you know, this is just fucking comedies. Not their strong, not great hackers, but they need to work on the hire someone to do their creativity video stuff like big time. And they also like they used like a like a Czechoslovakian Oscar like that wasn't the real Osceola garage voice. It was. It was not the American Oskar. It was a total fucking nocco. Yeah. So the video currently only has like fourteen thousand views on even so not not that big exposure. They're basically anonymous claims that Cunanan is taking advantage of idiot Trump supporters, and they have created a crazy crazy, political agenda and subgroup of Trump supporters. In the video. They say, we will not sit idly by while you. Take advantage of the misinformed and poorly educated in our collective. We all have our differences and internal drama, but we do have one thing in common. None of us are happy with your bullshit on. Essentially, they they claim q. is going to. They're gonna put a stop to them because the movement has gotten a little a hand in someone's going to get hurt. They have the same take that that I think I think we did or some of us did where it's, they knew it was a troll they knew who was yeah, they, they said, they knew it was and they thought the troll was eventually just gonna. Ha ha. Got you. And now that troll hasn't and his running with it yet and it's gotten out of hand, they're gonna be like, now we're going to have to expose you thought you were just gonna make yourself. They say they have big plans for for q non by the way. Yeah, real big move saying will not sit idle idle by, will you take advantage of the misinformed, poorly educated, not your job, did let them take advantage of the missing the poorly educated. That's America. Yeah, it's murder capitals, their social, guardians. I just I just wanna find out who the. Fuck q. is my bet is that it's Donald Trump like the move, the fake publicist move that he used to pull or just like a funny high school kid. Yeah, funding. High school will be awesome sucks because if it is a high school kid, he's not getting laid from Kathy. I'm not going to the internet MSN including you knees Newsweek, which on the articles that ran the story is rotten to the core and complicit in the deep state. Thus the need to circumvent the propaganda rags, you are talking about middle America, not some right wingers us all your stupid labels. You want. You are going down along with the Obama ad. Min administration. Kathy odd is because they're eight years were up. It's true, true, true q fashion, such like a weirdly ominous statement that's like, this is definitely going to happen. I love how Cunanan like they always talk about like they're so certain that things will come to pass. It's awesome. Just wait and see. Yeah, here that because here that you're that lightning. Oh, yeah. The lightning round lightning silent. Thunders under around. All right. So today was a huge news day. We couldn't get all the stories, so we're just going to turn out real quick in this last part. All right. So first ones up turns out of Chicago area, mega church, Reverend Bill hybrids. He was allegedly forced forcing boob massages on his live in assistant while his wife was out of town for years was shocking to mega church. Where did she go? She's out of town for years, like every time she got down with the kids. Oh, okay. Yeah. Okay. Well, did he get laid or was it just boob massages? Apparently, there was one case of oral sex, but the rest of the time it was just like creepy massages. So complete, amateur move. If you go with button massage, it's one hundred percent success rate for sex much on the front door..

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"mr. sheep" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"mr. sheep" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The bank used to ekstrom campaign chair paul manafort and his wife global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg the brighton maybe some hot tea with some lemon and maybe a little honey just for good measure at thanks very much is some of the fourth thanks right yeah time now for our daybreak asia media review and we've got a social media segment coming up i wanna do this one i of new york times because it's very interesting uh the chinese government censors go after winnie the pooh when he the pool why you say normally the sensors are all over issues like tibet taiwan on and human rights well why the warmhearted bear the apparent reason is that some memes were using images of winning the buddhist suggests that he shows a resemblance to president xi jinping the communist party bristles at even the slightest hint of criticism and senses are especially sensitive to any mockery involving mr sheep and also this one china the plans to cut off some funding for a billionaire wonky islands dalian wanda group after concluding that the conglomerate breached restrictions for overseas investments and this is according to people familiar with the decision shares of a m c the wong controlled us cinema chain dropped the most on record following the news but joining us for a look at this from here in san francisco with me in our studios in from our social media team bloomberg's own social media maven danny hong so any people are talking about this on social media what are they saying hey brian fell on common point out that lend us while originally has to targets one is to list one dying tennis age share market to arm premium as bluechip gathers to continue investing overseas to bat against the un's exchange rate the now at the chinese government cut funding to one that things might turn out differently for the company.

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