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Fatal storm leaves Texans with damaged homes and huge electric bills
"Thank you so much. Going to turn now to the aftermath of those devastating storms that killed at least 55 people Across more than half a dozen states more than half died in Texas or a new crisis has emerged expensive electricity bills here. CBS is Janet Shamlan. Tonight. Texan stuck with sky high electric bills like Meggett O'Neill, a new mom experiencing sticker shock. I'm crying in bed going. I don't know what we're gonna do. She was using gritty for her electricity. Ah, variable rate company that charged her for $4500 last week. For five days of power. You knew, though, that the rates could go off. I did because they fluctuate every day, but some days it's 35 cents some days. It's 98 cents. I didn't think that it would be $1400 a day. I didn't even know that was possible. Anticipating a price spike. The company did encourage customers to switch providers. But for O'Neal and others, it was too late. I'm home alone with my two kids, and my ceiling just caved in in their bedroom. I don't know what to do A different nightmare for Tabatha Charlton. Her pipes burst while she was home with her seven year old twins. I thought Oh, God, not again. I can't do this together. Charlton's Houston area home also flooded during 20 seventeen's Hurricane Harvey. She just settled that claim with her insurance company 12 days ago, I can deal with the damage that could be fixed. Another 3.5 year battle with the insurance company. I don't have it in me. Repairing the damage will come at an enormous cost. But the human toll is far worse more than 50 deaths across the south, including 11 year old Christian Pineda, who died in his family's unheeded mobile home. Now his family is suing the state's electrical grid operator and their power company for
White house seeks tax credit to help low, moderate income families
"News The White House is signaling support for significantly in spanning the amount of a child tax credit with a larger benefit going to families with kids younger than six. The current child tax credit is $2000. President already proposes to boost it. This here too, as much as $3600 for child. Massachusetts Congressman Richard Neal, who chairs the powerful House Ways and Means Committee, wants to write that expanded credit in the law and make it permanent. Chairman. Neil says the credit should be paid in monthly installments and even go to families that oh, no
Security is tight in Washington, D.C. ahead of Inauguration Day
"Morning to you on this Inauguration day. President Electro. Biden is being sworn in today as the nation's 46. President. Security as you probably have been. Hearing is extra tight downtown, and this inauguration will look very different to we begin our team coverage with w T. O P s Neal Augenstein. He is just outside of the security perimeter downtown. This is one of the security checkpoints for pedestrians at 17th in case streets behind this tall metal fence, you'll be screened to make sure you don't have any of the disallowed items on you. Members of the public are allowed into this to block wide area on the outer security perimeter. And it ate street. Only people with a proper inaugural credentials will be admitted. The National Guard is standing by as Inauguration Day gets
Live Updates: Races remain too close to call in Senate runoff
"A race to the finish in Georgia for candidates in two key U. S. Senate runoff races left over from the 2020 election. Voters in Georgia know how high the stakes are for these runoff races. 20 year old ELISA Neal made sure she got to the polls before anything else. I think it's important that people my age, folks, I know A lot of my friends. All right. But I think it's really important that we all do. Republican incumbents Kelly Leffler and David Perdue are being challenged by Democrats Raphael Warnock and John Ross off If the Democrats flipped those seats, there would be a 50 50 split in the Senate, in which Vice President elect Kamila Harris would break a tie
Speaking SASE's Language
"Sassy basics gartner coined the term. Sassy in the twenty nineteen hype cycle cloud security report deemed the future of network insecurity functions at the time sassy was just an emerging technology and there was barely a sassy product on the market. Uh sassy as defined by gartner quote combines network security functions with wayne capabilities to support. The dynamic secure access needs of organizations. These capabilities are delivered primarily as a service in based upon the identity of the entity. Real time context insecurity slash compliance policies. So essentially sassy is a new package of technologies including sdn secure web gateways cloud access security brokers zero trust network access and firewall as a service at abilities with the ability to identify sensitive data or malware and the ability to decrypt content at line speed with continuous monitoring of sessions for risk and trust levels and quote despite being new to the industry by summer. Twenty twenty multiple offerings were on the market and thanks to the flexible definition of sassy more on that later the offerings varied widely the shift. To sassy was here in cannot have come at a more urgent time. The covid nineteen pandemic and shift to remote work highlighted the need for infrastructure that supports flexible work options with secure remote access in. Sassy does just that sassy enabled enterprises to deliver secure networking insecurity more generally in a consistent way in a remote environment. But of course sassy is more complex than that says. He is a network architecture that merges wham capabilities with cloud native security functions these functions are provided as a service by sassy vendors though one emerging technology. Sassy isn't necessarily a new technology at all instead. It is a convergence of existing network. Insecurity technologies built around a single pass architecture. This allows for an efficient network that has the ability to inspect traffic. While in transit as the name suggests celsius two core components one the secure access to the service edge. The service edge refers to the edge principle functions are optimized by moving access and competing resources closer to individual users through the use of wide area networking or when the typically delivered through pops or points of presence close to the end points. Pops may be owned by vendors public clouds or a third party secure access refers to the use of cloud native security functions therefore security functions commonly used in sassy these are secure web gateways or s. Wg's cloud access security broker or caspi zero trust network access or z. Tna and firewall as a service or f. w. a. s. Let's dive a little deeper. Into each of these functions a secure web gateway prevents data breaches and cyber attacks by protecting data in enforcing security policies. They filter out unsafe content from network traffic and can block unauthorized user behavior. They can be deployed from anywhere. Making them a great option. For remote workforce's cloud access security broker platforms used various security functions from cloud hosted services is not a single technology instead. Many technologies fall under the caspi umbrella. Technologies under caspi include shadow. It discovery data loss prevention access control and others. Zero trust network access is a security model that has strict real time identification requirements for every individual trying to access resources within a private network whether they are in or outside the network permettre several different principles and technologies are used for zero trust architecture and finally firewalls a service this refers to firewalls delivered from the cloud. As you guessed it a service cloud firewalls block. Cyber attacks directed at cloud assets who various security capabilities like url filtering intrusion prevention and uniform policy management is creates a virtual barrier around cloud platforms infrastructures in applications with these functions at its core. Sassy can identify maur or sensitive data and decrypt content while continuously monitoring the session and assessing trust levels. All in real time since sassy in many cases utilizes sdn it is important to make the distinction between the two clear. Sdn's primary responsibility is to connect geographically distant offices and headquarters to each other. Security tools are usually located at offices in customer premises equipment and not an individual devices. Sassy on the other hand. Folks on connecting individual points efficiently and securely with an emphasis on the cloud as neal mcdonald distinguished. Vp analyst at gartner said in an interview with sgx central quote. The heavy lifting of sassy is performed in the cloud and quote part of the reason. Why the line between sassy. Sdn win gets muddled is because of inconsistencies within the industry has mentioned at the top of the episode sassy defined by gartner is quote a new package of technologies including st win s. Wg caz be z. Tna and firewalls service as core capabilities with the ability to identify sensitive data or malware and the ability to decrypt content at line speed with continuous monitoring of sessions for risk and trust levels and quote
"neal" Discussed on How Neal Feel
"No you have to agree with you. Well the that's why it's the thing of at will i find love. I hope so. But it's just getting to the point where mike at statistically this seems seems pretty hard. I'm getting weirder. i'm only getting weirder. I've got schedules. I've got magnets. I'm getting weirder and women are getting more independence. This can't be. I mean honestly. I think the more independent women. Women's expectations are getting higher and my expert. And i'm getting more peculiar. It's what are the fucking odds. This is gonna work where not even like crazy but just it's a miracle anytime i've been in love with somebody that's the my takeaways like this is a fuck in a. I don't know how this happened. But it's a it's a blessed miracle. So but i wish that for you guys on because it's valentine's day on december again. You're in love in love alone privacy at this time of Goodbye goodbye took nope..
"neal" Discussed on How Neal Feel
"Moments at six months ago a six. I don't know member when we were young six months ago and we did like five. Months doesn't matter doesn't matter it don't matter you don't come here for time. You don't come here to have a strict adherence time. Main bianca fell in love. We started to fall in love and we cut it off before it got out of hand. We rely this enough of these questions. I'm falling for this bitch. And but there's the second half to the new york failing new york times questionaire of how to fall in love with somebody. Their total thirty secs questions. We got through twenty one the first time which is exactly half if you're doing math and so now we're back and i remember last time while we didn't fall in love exactly designed because there hasn't been a lot of screwing if i if i screw ya the the but we got to know each other. We liked each other more laden as a matter of fact. So that's something so let's take that energy and let's go into part two of neal n. Bianca fallen love reading this question. I think we should alternate and good thing. It says alternate alternates sharing something you consider a positive characteristic of your partner share a total of five items you go. I think that you're funny. I give you credit for that spoke. Good that's worth to really really is I think you are highly intelligent and bigoted pattern recognition and an intellectual and. I don't think people will give you enough credit for that thank you. We'll intellectuals usually bore which they did give me credit for that fuck. I didn't know i was going to go again. I was noticing earlier today. That you've excellent teeth. Thank you with live with that. Shake the dark the dark blue light at make cap. Did you write these down. I remind down. I feel like you see okay. I feel like in a very particular way. You're extremely open minded. I know even your mind over then. It's shot well. No it's just like if you tap into the same vein as your logic if someone can be like no but this. You're really all you and you don't. You don't put your ego in front of it. You really will just drop it if if he plays the kind of same logic game as you. I was gonna say that in a similar vein number three because common number three that you are. You're more logical than i give. You could show. You can't even say choked up. Guys your more logical than i gave you. You're not and then you are. I don't know about that moment similar. You're more rational than most women. I've dated as i'm not. I don't think we're dating but this is not a normal relationship. That is a really good. A cam three. You will being partners with me in any endeavor your life flash before your eyes small times it is up. It is a contact sport. It's not easy. Got a trail of ex partners will attest i know. I'm like calling up. Moshe for off. Okay you have an insatiable thirst for a fortune kogi or this is summary view. You have an insatiable thirst for knowledge about knowledge love and self improvement. Thank you knowledge about knowledge. You have a thirst for knowledge knowledge interest. Give me an example hug. You were you like knowing why people are the way. They are in a lot of respect. So i'm trying to think all cigarettes under the guise of self-improvement. If for that reason it's all for wanting to you know be better be smarter. Be come across all these things. So i think you find a really smart person and you try to figure out vampire them and oddly enough will you shit on it a lot but you really. You really are looking for love and eternal life in kind of the same out. Yeah you don't know if it really exists. You don't know if you ever got there but you're never going to. I have no idea. If that's for me but i i mean yes it's more happiness having then but the thing when people go. Are you love avoiding now. I'm not love. I want love. Yeah when p it's like when married people act like. I'm sick because i'm not married. It's like all right. You have this great thing. And you think i don't want it because i'm sick. I'm too sick to want. This may the best thing that can happen to human being. I'm so sick. I got so much bio coming onto my board. That's that's that's your expert. What you're telling yourself is. I don't want that i'm it's too much. Yeah i fuck fuck fuck them. Finally my final complement for bianca. No you haven't do more. i don't got two more. okay fine Heading out Your interesting to me. You say interesting. Things to me on a podcast. That's nice compliment from you. If i everyone interesting no. I don't find almost anyone interesting. Wow you are very generous. Very very very generous. Your poor man's mckinsey basis this right. Only seventy million. Where she has seventy billion if i seventy million. I don't even understand. How much would you give. I forgot to mention this when rock was on because it's such a testament to how crazy is and how function all of this. He didn't know how much money he had until divorced. Okay yes he hadn't he literally never asked how much money he had.
House approves Trump's $2K checks, sending to GOP-led Senate
"The house approved a change to the coronavirus economic stimulus bill president trump recently signed the change would follow the president's insistence six hundred dollar checks to Americans should be two thousand dollar checks Massachusetts Democrat Richard Neal used a reference to a Christmas Carol Farley warned that many users groups there was a way for redemption and that was through a new generosity and kindness and we could emulate that here allies of the president have opposed more spending Texas Republican Kevin Brady says the money can't be put to good use at this point the recovery the fact is it's hard to stimulate a main street that's locked down by local politicians this won't help local restaurants get their workers permanently back the outcome of the bill is uncertain in the GOP led Senate and Donahue Washington
SPACs: The Backwards IPO That's Taking Over Wall Street
"The hottest trend on wall street. This year is a spec. That's spelled s. p. a. c. constantly house backs backs best back frenzies. Back actions back is the new black former house speaker. Paul ryan's got us back. Shaquille o'neal's got us back and the youngest self made billionaire ever just brought in all that cash through a spec. What the heck is a spec will let. Npr's camilla Explained in an ipo or initial public offering. You start with a company that wants to go public and then investors toss a bunch of money at it. A spat or special purpose acquisition company kind of flips that around investors pool. Their money together. I with no idea what company they're investing in then. That pile of money goes out and looks for a company to merge with the company gets the money and the stock ticker with a lot less paperwork until recently this was not a well regarded way to go public. They have this sort of shady origin. Story right rodriguez is a professor at the university of georgia school of law. There are these blank check. Companies really had a bad reputation a lot of blank check. Companies were outright frauds. So the federal government. Crackdown suspects added more safeguards to the blank check model like investors can get their money back if they don't approve of the company that gets picked but they were still on the fringes of the financial world until now and probably done one or two huge back combinations a year for the last five years until this year and then i would say the of the market just exploded. Sarah morgan is a lawyer. With the firm. Vincent in elkins specs today over fifty percent of my practice this year. Why now well if you look past the bad reputation specs have some real advantages there. Faster than ipo's and have less uncertainty for founders. Both attractive during this really uncertain year. Austin russell is the ceo of luminary a company. That makes lighter. That's like radar but with lasers it's used in self driving vehicles. He founded the company as a teenager. Now he's got contracts with companies like volvo. It was time to go public and he saw the appeal of a spec. You've got the process end to end and in a like four months as opposed to having to spend huge time distraction for the better part of a year or two and he'd seen several well respected companies. Do it i. it's pretty cool. His spac merger earlier this month made him at twenty five forbes's youngest self made bilionaire. Today's specs have clear benefits for founders. Like russell who can go public with less paperwork they can also mean big bucks for the sponsors who organize them in fact sponsors make so much money if they close a deal that some critics worry. There's an incentive to merge with a mediocre company just to get that payday and that raises a big question whether this spac craze will be good for investors shiver drita says the risks are real because the flip side of making things easier for companies is inevitably that the risk of fraud to investors goes up. I don't know anyway to square that circle some of the sears specs have performed badly on the stock market and others have raised bigger concerns after zero emission truckmaker. Nikola went public through respect. It was accused of fraud which the company denies despite the skeptics the spectacular rise in specs shows no sign of fading away camilo domino npr news.
Reddit Post Inspires Airbnb Cleaning Service
"For. Neil patrick the decision to start a side. Business wasn't just so he could quit his day job and travel the world while still having an income and that was part of it but it was also a decision guided by his desire to provide for his parents. You see for thirty two years. His parents owned video rental stores. Do you remember those. But of course the industry was on its way out in this was the mid two thousand. Ten's whatever you call that decade the mid two thousand ten's. I'm not sure but those doors weren't doing well around this time. Neil who was working fifty to sixty hours a week decided. He wanted to start a service to help parents as well as himself. He tried a number of paths as he tried different side. Hustles creating an ecommerce. Site blogging about pet hair vacuums and more before stumbling across a post on. Read it from someone who started cleaning company in that post the author laid out the detailed steps taken to get going after reading through the post carefully. Neil decided to give it a try himself in early two thousand thirteen. He established made this in los angeles cleaning. Service that specializes in airbnb and residential. Cleanings his first step in doing so was creating a website tall task because he had no technical background. You'll bought a template for about one hundred dollars researched how to host a website and published. What he said was initially pretty crappy looking site. Hey we've all been there. Y'all needed to determine how much to charge for cleaning services and find a cleaners themselves. He started by contacting local people with existing companies and asking them how much they charged and with their cleaning packages. Were looking at the competition. He was able to make sure there was enough margin built into his service to ensure he could operate successfully he puts it from the reddit post to the pricing scale. He essentially started made this by copying what other companies were doing at least as a way of getting things up and running although he had software to charge customers. You'll didn't know how to pay the cleaners at first. So after they got done with an appointment he would have them come to his office where he'd run downstairs. Get cash out of an atm and hand it to them eventually. He figured out a better way. Overall it took two months to get up and running to find customers. Neil focused on digital marketing. He says local marketing a gem because you're competing against local businesses only not the entire world. So it's a bit easier to manage. And it also cost less as i customer came about july twenty thirteen which he remembers because he snuck outside from his full time job and started dancing. Another advantage to local markets is that there are many third party platforms. Like angie's list or thumb tack and neil would charge a low price at first to attract initial customers. You also tried posting flyers and using social media although he says that wasn't an especially useful marketing tool for him since people don't usually by cleaning services that way. These days made this mostly generate sales from a combination of sco yelp and paid digital ads. Because he wanted to eventually quit his full time. Job and travel. You'll established made this so they could be operated by a fully remote team of employees which includes his parents. Total investment cost was around two thousand dollars which included his website. Those digital marketing ads and advertising for cleaners operated the business part time gig for two years by two thousand fifteen. The business was doing around thirty thousand dollars in monthly sales with twenty percent profit margin so six thousand dollars in monthly profit with a success. Quit his job and booked one way flight to colombia. The business doubled that year and he's since traveled to more than thirty five countries while scaling. What was once his side. Hustle looking to the future neal is aiming to be the millennial franchise disrupting the old school cleaning franchise industry.
Hip-hop's history with mental health in Black communities
"TV. Here's a conversation you might remember. I think it's important for us to have conversations about, you know, open conversations about mental health, especially with me. Being black because we never had therapists in the black community. We never approached like taking medication with Kanye West on the show, Jimmy Kimmel live. He's talking about how mental health and simply talking about it. Has a stigma in black communities and their numbers to back that up. In one study out of the United States, 63% of black respondents said that talking about mental health was a sign of weakness and You could see the stigma reflected in hip hop and rap. Mark Anthony Neal is the James B. Duke professor of African and African American studies at Duke University. He's also the co editor of That's the Joint the Hip hop Studies. Reader. So before we get going heads up with this conversation includes topics of depression and suicide, which may be triggering to some professor Neill joined me to talk more about hip hop's long history with the topic of mental health and mental illness. Fester. Neil, Thanks so much for making the time today. Thanks for having me It's a pleasure, So I have a whole lot to get with you today. But just let's start very broadly. How would you describe hip hop's overall track record when it comes to mental health and mental illness? You know, I think hip hop reflects where the conversations about mental health are with black communities More broadly, and particularly with black men s 01 of the real breakthrough was in recent years was, you know Jay Z's 444 You know his own kind of bourgeois way. It was a recording that talked about the significance of actually sitting down and talking with a therapist, right toe work through all kinds of notions of trauma. And you know for someone like Jay Z. You know, part of it's because now he's older, right, but it's also a break with the way that black men have often dealt with mental health. You know where we just man up, right? And and instead of, you know, seeking therapy, you know, clinical psychologist, you know, you find all these different moments reflected in hip hop of black men basically inviting. You know marijuana weed Percocet? Of course, there has become kind of the painkiller of choice in recent years, And this is all you know, young black men responding to a mental health crisis that they're having in their daily lives, right? And if I'm reading it correctly, What you're saying is that you know what we see in hip hop. Is ultimately reflective of the larger historical stigma. Mental health has in some black communities, and there's no question right and it is not just mental health, right? I mean, we're having the same conversations with in black communities and definitely within hip hop. About just things like going to the doctor on a regular basis, Right? Regular kind of preventative health care are the kinds of things that you know if you feel pain, you just, you know, Hustle passed, right. You just grind past it because it takes up time, right? And time is money and all these kinds of you know things that we here in Montrose and circulate within, You know, black masculinity. In hip hop culture, right, so mental health becomes, you know on their team Continuing well, part of what we're doing here today is looking back at some of the pivotal rack records that have explored mental health. So take a listen to this me cause I'm close to Doug Etch. I'm try again not to lose my head. So that's a bit of the message from Grandmaster Flash and the Furious five relation 82 Mel Mel, who's rapping in the Verses. Don't push me cause I'm close to the edge. I mean, incredibly legendary, You know, line in hip hop. I have to admit I had never thought about it in the grander context of mental health before. Right, because it's rage, right? You know, how do I control the rage of my experience in the hood and all the things that are going on right that you know that are both continuous and cyclical. And and we can't seem to get out of this cycle if you will, And so the only thing to express their some sort of sense of rage and again. We typically don't think about that in the continuum of mental health or emotional health, right? But the point is, how do you manage what's going on in your life so that you don't You know, I have this moment We have another clip taken. Listen to them, But I go in. Not without a fight. See, Every time I close, I start sweating and blood starts coming out my nose. It's somebody watching the back, but I don't know who it is. So I'm watching my back to get her boys with mind playing tricks on me. Classic rap record back in 1991. Hear paranoia. You hear anxiety, You know? What is it about The ghetto boys take a mental health care that sticks out to you. You know what's important about a song like that, you know, unlike the Grandmaster Flash, and here is a part of example that you played You know what we see this kind of outward expression of what's happening emotionally and mentally. This is one of the first songs I think really dealt with the interiority of mental health crisis, right? It's the stuff that might be there what it's probably not. But it's so internalized that I can't see my way out of it on by think that particularly resonated for many young black men listening to hip hop in that period of time. You know, because of this kind of stoicism. That's that was expected right that you have to keep everything inside. But you can't let people know how you feel right. And what's going on What pain you're going through, You know, So you internalize so much of this, and I think that song does a great job of capturing what's going on in the mind literally of these men in the soul. But let's talk a little bit about treatment. You know, there have been Rap artists who have argued that they don't need professional therapy because the form itself because the music itself is inherently therapeutic. Listen, I'm not here to deny anyone's truth, I'm not here to get in the way of anyone's treatment path. What were. What do you make of that? I understand this on on several levels, right? There has long been a concern, but then black communities about what we see as Western forms of therapy, you know their feet. It's not connected to the live realities of what it means to be black in America, or even you know, black and African In the world. Um so I understand why you have been expressions of suspicion around clinical psychology right in that context, But I think you know I fall down on expertise right folks who were trained Clinically to address whether it be paranoid schizophrenia or or depression or or the whole range of emotionality is that they're contribute to what we think of as as as mental health. On guy think there's no replacing that expertise and where, at a point in time now, you know to the earlier point, you know that their candidate need made about there, not being folks in the community. Well, we know that there are in fact, you know African American therapists, right? In fact, they're thriving in this period of time, largely because you know, because of folks like saying Jay Z and another, you know, producing black woman writers and artists. Who have talked about the significance of finding a therapist, you know in their life, and so I think it has to be more of a both in right, definitely finding a community find folks that you can work the would talk through. You know who can be that first line of intervention? You know if you are suffering through, you know, anxiety or other forms of the mental health crisis, But But there is an expertise there that that folks need to pursue and again. Jay Z was so critical in this moment because, you know, he basically said, I went to see a therapist, right? If I'm going to be the Ogi of hip hop right, then it's OK. Can you elaborate on how a skepticism of psychotherapy could be related to anti black racism in our society? I mean, it's just that right the fact that we have the largest society that has never understood You know the black frame if you will. The Black is first in this country and I have tried to apply normative structures that come outside of the everyday experience of black folks, too. You know how black folks are working through their their mental health? You know, there's also the larger question of the way that that mental health care is connected to generally health care in America and general suspicion right of the medical profession. When it comes to issues of race. We could just think you know the Tuskegee experiments right? And it just think about those men for a second, right to on the one hand are subjected. You know to physical problems because of the experiments, but at the same time, Ah work into all kinds of levels of schizophrenia and depression, you know, based on the physical sense that they're also is not being addressed. You know, in the context of that movement, if you're just tuning in
Computer Crime Law Scrutinized at Supreme Court
"Finally today there was an interesting tech related case that was argued before the. Us supreme court yesterday it involves a nineteen eighty-six computer crime law that has been used ever since to prosecute hackers and internet activist than the like people have been arguing strenuously that the law is outdated and indeed as justice gorsuch said in yesterday's court hearing the us government's interpretation of the law risks quote making a federal criminal of us all and quote. And yes if you're wondering this is indeed the so called. Aaron swartz law quoting politico. The supreme court on monday indicated serious reservations about the ambiguity and scope of the nation's only major cybercrime law hinting. It may narrow the law's applicability to avoid criminalising acts such as checking social media at work during arguments in a case involving a georgia police officer convicted of violating the nineteen eighty-six computer fraud and abuse act by accessing a license plate database. The justices pushed a justice department. Lawyer to explain how a ruling in the government's favour wouldn't open the door to prosecutions of innocuous behavior those could include browsing instagram on computer or performing public-spirited security research to test a system for vulnerabilities as the first see. Faa challenge to reach the high court. The van buren case generated amicus briefs from a wide range of technology privacy and cyber security experts. Most of them on van buren side a group of cybersecurity. Experts described the faa a sword hanging over the head of researchers who probe computers for weaknesses with the goal of helping their owners fix the flaws. The most controversial ever see faa case never reached a verdict. In two thousand eleven federal prosecutors indicted the prominent internet freedom activists aaron sorts on hacking charges for downloading millions of journal articles using a subscription provided by mit swertz. Then twenty four face thirty five years in prison. He by suicide in january twenty thirteen while awaiting trial. The justices sounded alarm. Monday about the broader reading of the cfe. A justice neal gorsuch suggested that the van buren case was the latest example of the government. Trying to broaden the scope of criminal laws incontestable ways several justices expressed uncertainty about the definitions of key terms in the law such as authorization and they spent a significant amount of time asking both lawyers about the meaning of the word so in one part of the statute quote. What is this statute talking about. When it speaks of information in the computer justice samuel alito asked finding in at one point. All information that somebody obtains on the web is in the computer in a sense. I have a feeling. That's not what congress was thinking about when adopted this law. I don't really understand the potential scope of the statute without having an idea about exactly what all those terms mean li added. The justices also sought more clarity about the consequences. That fisher argued would result from abroad. Reading of the faa alina. Ask fisher to explain how the would criminalize one of his example scenarios. Wait on dating website. Fisher responded that by receiving interested messages from potential romantic partners based on falsified. Wait the user would be obtaining information from a computer in violation of the websites terms of service and also thus these cf a similarly fisher told justice elena kagan checking instagram at work constituted obtaining words and pictures from ones instagram feed and if a company prohibited social media browsing on computers obtaining that information would also violate the cf a bike contravening the employers policy and quote
Coronavirus cases and hospitalizations surge in Seattle's King County
"A catastrophe his words waiting to happen. In a press briefing, He described the exponential growth of the Corona virus outbreak. I need to acknowledge that cases, hospitalizations continue to rise and King County at alarming rates. Our cases are doubling approximately every two weeks and we reached a new peak with approximately 700 new cases reported each day last week. That's nine times higher than what we saw in late September in about 3.5 times higher than the previous peaks. We saw In the summer and in the original outbreak in the spring, we had close to 900 cases reported on the 19th. We are also seeing a sustained increase in hospitalizations with our daily hospitalizations, increasing 3 to 4 fold compared to October. That's every day 3 to 4 fold More people being hospitalized in King County for the last three weeks we've seen between 101 160 people hospitalized per week. And that number was in the low fifties during most of November. We're also seeing a recent increase in hospitalizations among 80 year olds and older and among the 60 to 69 year old group over the past week, and this is very concerning trend for us, because as you know, Previously majority of our cases and hospitalizations have been in the younger and middle aged adults. Another worrisome sign increasing numbers of APP breaks in the size of outbreaks that we're managing in long term care facilities. We had approximately 61 outbreaks reported over the last four weeks compared to 30 in the prior four weeks. We're hearing a briefing from King County Health Officer Dr Jeff Duchin. I would appreciate it if you could perhaps describe where we're at right now, with the increasing hospitalizations. And the leg of a few weeks before we unfortunately, see deaths increase. How bad might this get? Well, thank you for your question, Charlie. You know, like much of a covert 19. It's hard to predict precisely where we're headed. But all indicators Right now in King County suggests it's going to get very bad, particularly if people gather and significant ways over Thanksgiving are subsequently And if we don't do something differently, we as you know, we've been asking providing information and asking the public to limit their activities and take steps to prevent covert transmission for weeks now, yet we're still seeing a relentless rise in cases. That is now being followed by a significant rise and hospitalizations, significant impacts on our health care system. So theoretically, you know, if we don't get this under control, what we can see is the hospitals filling up. That means they're at capacity both in their critical care intensive care units and with the amount of staffing that they have cannot care for critically ill patients who absolutely need that otherwise, and I don't know how Also, I can express it. The that is about as bad as it gets. With respect to, you know, the impact on our health care system. People not getting a life statement care that they need and was hearing about other hospitals and other parts of the country Approaching that point now So clearly, if the operate continues to progress, the way it's progressing that we will reach that point. I can't tell you precisely when that will happen, But we absolutely need to turn this around before then, that Seattle King County Health Officer Dr Jeff Duchin, I'm Charlie, Harder come. O'Neal's Thank you, Charlie. Come on news time 509 we check in now, with Cuomo's Bill Swartz at the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. The dogs replaced the cubes with the Utes
The greatest passport is my camera
"Promise last week when i introduced charlene's first story edition. I talked to the absolute joy of finding what i thought of as a a street on her blog and blogs by the way aspect within our chats in a moment this on the you'll doing right now as photographer you may not thought about as something that could be precious to the way that you work and the message. Is you give on your website. Here's some food for thought. There's a raft of research out there that suggests we remember things that we see and even touch more than what we hear but we trust what we hear more than what we say. I was reading about a research group split into two groups. Same size groups. Twenty people watched the documentary one room and then twenty. People listened to the same documentary without pitches in an adjacent room. The results well. There was a sense of belief noticeably. More pronounced when the sense of sight was removed. Some suggested a fake news is almost trained out senses to the point where we no longer trust out is some of the research following. The session revealed sentences and feedback like well. It's so easy to manipulate. Picked these days and camera angles But it wasn't a toll that in real life yet. The palpable sense of dismissal was not nearly so pronounced in the audio only room. I find that fascinating that someone who's dedicated a great proportion of his life to sound. But now i'm a photographer. Anima filmmakers to mean a lot. Personally it'd be making kind of supercharged. Slide shows where the audio texture of what was actually happening at the time. I pressed the shutter and both commercially. And personally it's provides a great sense of satisfaction when presenting my stories but we can't all make or even wished to make films even slight says neal i he even when i can't really he still sensing what you'll say to me even imagining your voice to a degree really genuinely so. I was absolutely excited when i visited today's guests. Website moreover blog first time round to hear her talking to me many sites have a way of inserting audio. And if they don't you can always embed sound using services like soundcloud. Perhaps we should do an episode or even film about that at some stage is probably five six years since i visited a landscape photographers website. And please. i wish. I could remember the name of that talented shooter who played out the sound of the countryside. That was the soundtrack to each picture. Honestly i really labored over that site so it makes it all the morning embarrassing. I can't recall the name. It's likely that will come to me at three. Am in the morning so expect to post one day. So i want to ask you. How could you talk to those. Who view your pictures may not be suitable for every application short. But i i bet there's a story you shoot where it would add a version while somebody is digesting. You incredible pitches so to charlene winfred then for the second part in her mini series. We're going to talk a little more today about her. Nomadic life is a photographer and how having a camera making street pictures means. She investigates studies and a muscle and travel. But let me. I return to that blog. Post where i i actually meant charlene and i use that word advisedly. I'd read the about page ad. Spent time looking at the pictures. But this is where i believe i. I met her talking about making pictures. Spring into action. You make it frame. And then another and another and another the minutes took by the wolf aids from a blush to a bruise on the cusp of evenings dusty hugh streetlamps snap on and the night is gone you feel for a moment. The lament of that poet of lost boys and country lanes grieving for the fall of paradise. You drag yourself in your fifteen. Nothing frames home and hope that one of them carries the magic and day that demon that has been summarily banished. I'll leave a link to the whole piece own. Today's charlotte's my guest is charlene winfred. I looked at your site. Charlene for dot com on. I found immediately a posting your journal. That drew me in mainly. Because i don't think i've ever ever visited a photographer site to be treated to poetry and annot you don't call it poetry but that's what it appeared to sound like to me Your moment post evenly just posted. Actually it's fabulous. Fabulous is not going to become something you do more often. That's missing would you do it more often. I love that. That post was really was really just that it was an instagram post end. I've been neglecting my blog. Davor instagram simply. Because i can post on instagram. From wherever eminent only tend to post on instagram. Live out on the train and the bus waiting for something off in the middle of something. Which i don't do with my blog but honestly that spoken piece was just me trying a voiceover set out because i do. I do a little bit. Of course what fault. Phone my job and i just need a. We'd figure out how to how to bake a clean recording in. So i thought i'll just try to stop being david attenborough reading random things that i've written. Well i
In a first, San Francisco DA charges on-duty cop with homicide
"San Francisco District attorney Chase of Boudin's decision to charge an officer with homicide in a police shooting was rare. And tougher charges haven't been ruled out Quds Erica Cruise, Guevara has more manslaughter charges against former officer Christopher Samayoa for his role in the 2017 shooting of Kita O'Neill. Are believed to be the first homicide charges in a use of force case in the city's modern history. Jurors will be asked to convict Samayoa voluntary or involuntary manslaughter for his role in the shooting, which took place during a police chase. Bodine told the San Francisco Chronicle that a murder charge isn't off the table. Mohsen Old is an attorney representing O'Neal's family. They don't want to overcharge because the likelihood of getting a conviction is lower. But then if you under charge You know, the communities looking old says the statute of limitations were closing in on the manslaughter
In a first for San Francisco, police officer who shot Keita O’Neil charged in killing
"Chase A Boudin claims former officer Chris Temecula. Fatally shot robbery suspect Kato O'Neill after he ran away from police who've been chasing the stolen vehicle he was driving in through the Bay view. He says O'Neal was unarmed, and that Sammy Jo was the only officer around seem to discharge his weapon. The D. A. Says O'Neal was African American. The shooting inflamed the Bayview community. This historic decision sends a message that I hope will be loud and clear to San Francisco's African American community and all residents of San Francisco.
NFL television ratings see 6% decline at midseason point
"NFL TV ratings are down but the numbers aren't as bad as originally feared games are averaging fifteen point one million television and digital viewers according to the league and Nielsen that's a six percent decline from last year however all but four of the top thirty rated show since the season began happen NFL games as former CBS sports president Neal Pilson said quote it hasn't been a great year for ratings considering everything that has happened but they aren't in the toilet either Major League Baseball had record low ratings for the just completed World Series I'm Dave Ferrie
Socialization by Robots?
"Today. You're complaining about a very disturbing robot for children so this actually is i. I saw this On a commercial that came up on our streaming service. And i actually said to. My husband is an snl skip. Are we watching a saturday night. Live is this for real bad for a horror movie up like legitimately it was. It was so out there that i thought it was a skit because it started off with this young boy in a room. And he's sitting by himself at one of those little play tables first of all wire young boy who's like six or seven at a little tiny toddlers. Play table is beyond me but anyway So he's sitting there and he's doing something on his own. Obviously right those. I'm elise no other children around. Because he's in his bedroom or wherever he is and then both as parents come in and they walk over and hi how are you and what you're doing and the child is looking very to look very kind of lonely. You know anton and socially isolated and then they delicately delicately introduce this This table top robot that they they call moxie and it's like it's not like it doesn't look like a person it kind of looks like maybe like Yoda like it's kind of like this little creature without the ears but it's got like a body and then head and then like two cars that move and then it's got this the faces digital so the faces the screen and they start introducing this robot this child and the child in the robot. Start this interaction. This social interaction and the robot is asking the child these questions and there you know shaking hands and they're talking and so just to sum up this whole commercial this is being. This robot is kind of being touted as a revolution in child development. Because this robot is going to interact with your child is going to socialize with your child and is going to be. You know the thing that is going to help your child. socially and emotionally grow as a human being so to me that is disturbing on so many stories. So that's my my summary address the situation. And what are your thoughts after. You whitney oregon. Oh my gosh this is. This is what has come to this. What we're doing. Because i watch the video but i went to the website and looked at that thing and could they have made it any crappier. Honestly it's not even pleasing to look at it. Did you see the child. Did you scroll down and see the child. These children do not look happy. Children look like we will take your programming. Tell our parents thank you. There's something deeply not right here. Oh and it helps. Apparently the robot helps the children's self-regulate so if they're if they're like you know if there is stressed or their emotional than the robot will do Breathing exercises with them year. That's joe they're becoming emotionless. Autumn's do the will of the robot so circulation. Didn't this is so bizarre. It really is. This i mean is a solution to our social distancing of neal's a sweat people are are looking for because their kids aren't being socialize. I saw this on a commercial on tv. And then i was reading an article yesterday about. How moms are starting to worry about their young babies and toddlers who are not getting the socialization that We they would typically have because of our social distancing policies and procedures and in the article. It name this moxie as a solution to the socialization issues that we have right now. I'm thinking only this really like this is what it is now that were trying to find other ways to to get our kids to socialize.
The Happiness Formula
"So dudes. Are you ready for a conversation today. I'm having a conversation with the love. Dr neal gupta who's going to give us the happiness formula. So if you're struggling with this stay tuned nil. Welcome to show a josh. Thank you five me on the show. And i promise that listeners here that they will gain many tools and methodologies that they can immediately apply in all aspects. I live and everything. I teach them as practical so Keep king tier so before we dive into the happiness formula. You have coached some of the most famous celebrities on the planet like mike tyson. In some top athletes. And ceos and and you've worked with richard branson and you've you've done an incredible amount of things just quick question in a fight. who would win me or my tyson. Thousand my mind me you will be. You'll be pulverized without him even a touching you in any form whatsoever. There'd be a big puddle to show where you being away you run to i. I agree okay so we don't have to actually go to fist. But so why don't you give us a little backstory. Shared it with me before but man fascinating. How did you. How did you get here. Give us your story so it really started In two thousand eight. I lost everything on the stock market real estate and not just at the end of my wits end to know what today you know what perhaps family a bedroom. For that night. I really was on the budget suicide. And fortunately i'd be a someone who was able to being. Give me an intervention the same ten robbings and now it's beautiful her time in south which which we couldn't afford together to but we managed to work it out somehow thank god for credit cards and the a eight by these off right. Yeah it's my credit card and you know. I'm not going to be here that long summer. A wreck up something on it. Okay but dammit. I get incoming suicide so the pay the bill but yet thirty innings mention. His wife did one. His wife's brother one want them. My wife did an intervention. From that date onwards it was november. coming to the exact date to two thousand eight. My life can changed like my identity and everything changed completely beautiful thing so you got to the point where you lost all your money and you said you were on the verge of suicide where your family had to step in and bring in some professionals to do an intervention. What was going on in in your life where your family members said. If we don't do something something really bad going to happen. Walk me through that. You know what was going on in your mind and your life at that time frame. What they didn't do so josh. It was that That friday evening. Act to tell my wife i said honey something really happened and she looked at me and then i said looking at. We've lost everything. The cows has as the student funds the fees. Everything and she looked at me and she smiled and said. Did you hear what i said. I was confused and she's honey. Note that something new something was wrong. You were behaving ready strangely. And i thought it was something serious. See what he told me. This is serious. She said no you with dying but we have cancer. Wow that's what i was concerned about. And i don't care about the money as long as i'm with you Kids with you. You still have us. I completely didn't think that we're not focusing on the things. I lost rather than the things that we focus at that height laugh and this is what happens in life. We focus on what we didn't have but we should focus on what we hang suggestion. What valuation which you give on a ten out of ten. Yeah but money wants a million dollars five million. Your is priceless. This is our wealth. Our wealth is this what we have left. When you take away all the possessions. How kind do you on generous have playfully. You are funnier. You giving your generous a your personal you. This is annette network and my wife said look honey. I didn't care as long as we're here on having that support judge. I tell you makes me invincible. It's nothing that can happen right now. That would stop me from. Doing anything are really put my mindset because i making leaning kate leaping your wife sounds like an incredible person. Right uber focused on what you're losing and all the things that you worked really hard and she said oh i was serious now. If we interviewed her right how would how. Where did she pull that strength from. Where did she pulled that from to be able to speak to you. They're like a. I would love to hear your thoughts on that and then what you did afterwards so if we interviewed your wife would she say in that moment. She said i don't care. The most important thing to me is family will make it up somehow but i. It just doesn't bother her. She's just a beautiful loving so now she's got to amazing kids and You know when you're driven by love nothing else matters really such a say beautiful nonshedding incredible Feeling and that's what we do. Human beings everything that we do is for feeling we have a nice ta house money nippon being. It gives us so then. What happened after this right you. You had an intervention in south. Florida backed by deza funded by visa and and walk us through what intervention looks like. And how did you go from the darkness to being the love doctor now and healing people and helping people like what happened in that moment. So i approached sage. Who's a tony's wife. And she said. I'll put your hand up put. Your hand assembled putting my hand. That i i sell nervous. What other people thought having Tiny picton means you on. No money's not your identity. That's not you are. oh okay. It's a joke. Because i thought my wife wanted money. And she seth any. I've never honesty from an. 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"neal" Discussed on How Neal Feel
"There's a PAPPU. kangaroos. I don't know what the Fuck Utah Vegas. So I really now at this point in my life, I like. To feel your love I want to feel like you want to be around me. You want to have sex with me. You are a good listener. As I'm just saying what I WANNA feel but also autonomy men not I. The number for. Dude I. Don't have to be. Mad at you I will tell you mistreat shooter. Don't like. You don't need to constantly all over league. Let me brees. Let's come together and fun. I. Don't want it to be a requirement that I do this thing for you or that you do this thing for me, do the thing 'cause that means you're my girlfriend it's like home or just go to your friends party like fun. You here I wasn't there when you were born and that's the conflict of languages. It's like well, if you're if my love languages touch. And Yours is. Acts of service. Then like. fucking. PICKUP CAKE Three nine oh you and it means so much to you. Legitimate and just as you know like or I WANNA hold hands, you're like it's fucking victim and Mike I find that thing you know like to me it's also like. Say we are dating I don't love this sort of Shit and you don't love acts of service because you're like why the doing this. If. We go out and you pay. Actress. Oh. Then I got you doesn't like I'm a low maintenance lovling prison and then I would just if I, mean you were dating I'd be like all right. Well, I'll just step it up. That's what you want. I mean I'm really easy like, yes I guess it's it's how much of what your partner is or Shh. Can. Be How much of that should be? Premeditated on their part meaning how much of it should be natural and if can you learn to enjoy someone else's love line would even if it's not yours because I don't think I would ever. No I would never get to a place where I want to pick up cake. No it's fine. It's Just pick up the bill. That's fine. That's what I'm saying. It's like it's not always this thing in your mind, but I think as long as. You know the. Hang out and the connection is strong like I feel like the love languages will adjust to certain degree in some don't adjust and then you talk about it and some do adjust like I think. The love language could be really strong in your connection could be weakened then we wouldn't be talking you know what I mean. We could both like acts of service in both like physical touch. But then like both have compatibility issues still. So I think it's like. Not. The right thing to concentrate I realized reasonably with women. I mean, it's it's an old thing of like four place starts at dinner whatever like when you pick her up or whatever but I realized that how much? Present Energy. Does for women. Like, real fuck in. Take you down to Chinatown. Like that's it. You don't you almost have to. It's almost like putting a woman in a trance. Attention to the to where they they, it'll make you more sexual but it also, it's invaluable. It's it's you cannot put I i. don't think there are many women whose love language isn't. Attention time, yeah. avenue needs. To Go. Rent. A Karaoke system. For, the party. Portable one. Donate don't need that ends part one of Neil and Bianca fall very much in love. Fun Time. Good. Time. Were doing she holds you buy your elbow fast our VAT I don't mind. Worth. Doing for anyone worth doing for any friend right I. Think. And I think with a girlfriend or boyfriend I think it would be. Great. Right you get some very direct. Yeah, and it probably should you Re like forget about and stuff about your data I didn't. I didn't know. Or Yeah or even the letter that was very oh, that's fucking. That's fucking very rarely. Do you get see someone rose but that's actually the sled. That's actually the fucking sled. I had my mom like laminated pro ten fifteen years ago. So funny I remember one point Whitney was like you have to throw that away like no, it's. Like it's too funny does not have around your house. Very good. God bless the next. Take we're take. Him and..
"neal" Discussed on How Neal Feel
"Who Paid Insurance to allstate or credential for forty years and a house in New Orleans and he got like two, hundred, thirty, five dollars. When it got flooded and I cried the minute. I was like that is one of the least fucking fair things I've seen in my life could be like, what was the reason? No Rick. Just they don't cover. They don't cover. They found your whatever it's like they don't cover. It's so funny because in so much underwriting and insurance it's like doesn't cover active. God it's doesn't cover the shit. Union for active God he's gone. I'm covering you idiot like anything's inactive God you know but that's like well lightman will how are we supposed to cover you for this random? It's SOFA. Culture. Such bullshit the. So I think affection is. This. Goes to the kind of the power or the service thing. Because I don't a lot of things that people consider love. I consider inconvenient meaning. When people go I'M GONNA come support you at your show Mike. Or like I'm doing a TV show, a lot of times, agents will go Albena wrestling. I want you in my I need to you're. Gone. I don't want you there and they think it's rude or whatever. It's like I'm working I don't want my cousins hanging out eating crew to tango. Right killing it buddy. So that what people consider love it's just fucking rub my head. You. WanNa you. WanNa. Make my life better. Rub My head I don't need. Run my head and then people are going to love language. I. Mine is touch. More than more than active survey Oh. Yeah. I don't want to do them and I don't want to see I don't I remember. I screamed at a girl because I didn't want anything for for my birthday and she got myself anyway I and I didn't want it i. didn't want the things. She got me. That's the thing. If you're going to get someone who's I don't buy me give by them what they want or you will use even ask at least it's like, okay whatever but don't buy them something. Just what it's nonsense. One hundred bucks. what was the president it's I'm almost embarrassed. Say it for her dental. One. It's the newspaper from the day I was born. I get it at six flags. Where'd you get? I'd prefer your mom I mean literally. What. Now I got to act framed. It's just all bad. Ways a framed. So it's just. One. Now, I have to perform gratitude for thing, I didn't. silly. So funny. So gratitude whereas in Persian culture, it's like all it is is performance art. Yeah. All reforms are so I would rather. Love to me is. Taking my word. Take my word for my preferences. And not only wouldn't you rather when you? I'm telling you. Rub My head. Do stuff in my pants. Now I'm I'm taking a local. Na Da Bitch don't you get it? But the. Time I. Don't you know. The time. I don't need to chore I don't like. I got this thing because then I'm like I'm GonNa get you that. It just I don't rubbing is like I'll be. I'm very affectionate. Very touchy. You'll get you're going to get it back. And the things you can do it together you gonNA hold each other's hands and it takes care of each other and it actually a lot of people go like, I, I like doing for people. I can. But I don't get fulfilled. Yeah I understand that people do. By like I got. Through to the that's how I am like I just think. People Mike. Shirt. Just regular friends. Shirt. I just like sometimes I'll get people stuff but. I always think. But it doesn't I. It's fine. People are different Bijon a shirt and Japan that it took me forever forever to get it. For me love is straight up like I like to feel it. Yeah. All the time. That's fine if you do. Feel how do you feel it? Oh just You know when someone? I think. I think love you can be nice everybody but I think it just differentiating how they treat you. You can feel that it's like there's a certain amount of energy that I'm only giving to you or there's an eye as much as I. Ask it. It is I do know that it's like an element right? Can you know when someone loves you and they don't have to speak and that's fine. It's. Exactly I. Guess goes. I, love, Action Factions Great. I. Really Hate Hand Holding I. Think it's a sensory I I WANNA hold arm I had a girl from one time. Or girl I was dating who would hold me by the scruff. elbowed rights. That's great. Feeling to me. Like a like a kangaroo peppers. tafs. Pepper. The thing. Robberies needs after the king of. Pappas? Your choice they've have who's. Yeah Well, in my momma can boop. Neil Iro or pass pepe style baby. The pouch will say, no. You can't you literally just type it in and let us do the work..
"neal" Discussed on How Neal Feel
"Are you? Guys this isn't traveling. Now, and I'm just saying it's just funny. It's like come visit ole dining. Neil you're five hours us just like the visit that's always picture. I picture a big part of death to me is like so-and-so's here to see. So, and so all right. Fine Sediment. It's funny. There was someone that I know very loosely not tight connection at all. And he got a mass email because this person was getting surgery and was going to me to be in the hospital for some recovery. Time. And the email was just how to schedule a visit. I literally started I'm like I'm never this is the most cherished email i. have I have some cherished emails at Amiga folder of. Kind of so disconnected. and that's one of and it was like. So these are the instructions only have these days please call these prison the whole email was about. How go not if I wanted to or hey, how're you doing? It was a mass email. It was so weird I was just like really funny can't wait for you to tell me who was. Final question. Of Part One. Of. Neil and Bianca. Fall in love. The question is. What Role Do love and affection play in Your Life Pretty broad got to be honest. I know I'm like. No you. Didn't. With the. What Love and affection affection I think means more to me. Than I. Love Love. Love is so nebulous affections like I know exactly what the I know what the things are. It's like well. Rounded or is there poltergeist I wanNA see some shit move like do something you know what I mean? Here's how to tell if your. House is haunted. It isn't. Jamie what what do you mean? I mean like a poltergeist, the type of ghost that move shit. Or does that love or affection? That's Okay. Some. People like I get a weird vibe? That's love. Five. Love in a lot of ways is. promissary. It's it's like you know if something something. Yeah. I'll something some lot of times. They won't. Let at times. It's like it truly is probably have you back man I. Love You. You know yeah I said somebody was talking about it was like. A friendship. That I felt like I paid my insurance dues. And then when I needed coverage like you don't, you don't have when people get like on some sort of disaster.
"neal" Discussed on How Neal Feel
"I'll. Perfect. Mine is. I don't know I think have weirdly low bar. In terms of behavior like I have a lot of high maintenance friends and a lot of low maintenance friends. So that's all over the place but. I don't I just think there's like an instinct that you can. Sense that they. I don't Fuck I. Don't know how to answer this but did you know there there's like us their years of vibration where it's like, Oh, I know we're at least like, yes, we're up this baseline we meet on this just like I can't. Like if your bike. To say what I'm not into but. I everybody I meet is also not into that like you're not a dickhead you're giving. Your cool more selfish runs than others, but for the most part. No. Yeah there's just there's a weird vibration that you just like click up to. But also, just fun my on some level just be fun. Does nothing for me I? Can't you? Know what I would rather. Somebody said, would you rather Go. Hiking Would you rather go canoeing whatever a fan of people that are fun would you rather go? I the things I consider fun are. Are worke. I like co like friends are in comedy. So I would rather would I rather Write a sketch with somebody or write a joke with somebody. Or hike with them. I'd rather joke a million times and there's no not. Try it out. Right, game million times I never WANNA go hiking. If the if the alternative is right a because I feel like. That It's answered the next question. The next question is what your most treasured memory camera seventeen. You answer it goes. My most treasured memory is writing jokes of people. It's like the. Ju- like I won't say which ones but with Dave going. Hey. Hey you think selling so could do at it on like. That's fucking hilarious or jost or. SAF Or. Mullany or Elon Iraq or like that. So real. Like these moments that's the thing and not even you both know how fucking funny it is. And it's like, wow, we just discovered some. Yeah. It's like it's You know it's like Holy Shit. That that and I love it and I love the thing and it's like the best part of my personality. So yeah actually getting choked up talking about this not giving. So yeah. That's that's what comedy is. That's sweet. Mimas treasured memory is. So, after my dad passed away went to Han mony felt very like. Lost in just floating and there was I made friends there and they all had beach houses coincidentally..
"neal" Discussed on How Neal Feel
"Said it before and I'll say it again. There's no worse source of information about someone than themselves. I disagree because I have a really good memory and I know I'm talking about shading. No I'm saying listen I'm saying that I learned so much about people people tell on themselves when they don't realize. You mean would than what I mean is I'm saying all these things and with no SELF-AWARENESS I mean I'm the at you could. You could watch elegance. fucking. fucking rich fucking. Ringside CPAC motherfucker dated you could look at it that way or you can look at it as like. A aggressive. fucking. Show it really like that's I. Don't know which is true is the point. I have the one. I you know which one I wanNA believe of course. But the Nice thing is most people isn't this podcast I think we've created a culture that they they feel like were they know us? So I feel like everyone for the most partisan, you is a not not hate listening not just been that fuck it Neil. The Horse Zoo, just like you know we're just like people in so many car accidents rage people driving now traffic. Over my jokes about stuff what do you value most inefficient chip? I know what you value must've loyalty and. Be Funny and interesting. You said loyalty for sure loyalty and be funny and interesting and real loyalty and meaning. Even if it Hurts you or or not. I'm not saying you gotTA fucking ride. Saying I. It's really hard to know what someone's code is at the beginning of a relationship there's no way to find out. There's no. Seal Buds class there's now. Orientation there's no hell week. There's no whatever else So you don't know until you're and and I have friends that have been really that have exceeded them. and My expectations were but not many. and. You're not gonNA believe this I. Take It. Personally.
"neal" Discussed on How Neal Feel
"I've thought about Scott having watched the David Blaine thing what I realized is you would not like it. I don't know if I would. I might like it but I had the realization deal watching the David Blaine thing. Is. There are people that like skydiving and there are people that like doing psychedelic drugs and those are my skydiving. Probably coincide there I I. Don't know but it seems like they're they. There's not a big Ven Diagram of people that I'm GONNA do I walk next month and I'm excited about I. Really. WanNa I keep meeting people that are like I a PD mother drug. Father Mike. L. I. It's like anything that the culture around its I WANNA do with guy and he was like Oh goes. It's called ceremony We go to ceremony and it was like cool. Then he talked about some other drug called. REAP. Mugabe's the help of drug. Drug. Rapi rocked rape. A. Rape Drug but not rape not the rape drug but rubies. Roofing all RAPA RAPA rape, it's called. Nicotine, you gotta be eighteen, but even look at it not us. Raba King Rita. But it's nuts like some sort of drug. And that drug would you rip Raba Drug and like it's an herbal medicine like I I don't like this how many times before every girl survey like he's the anyway we're going out again. Absolutely. No. To me. I was just like dude I don't I don't like being in a museum when I talk like don't touch the artwork I don't know self-correcting marriage ceremony and then I was just like if everything is this serious. I don't like that. You know what I mean like I don't like. You don't WANT TO BE A. Lady why are you talking like this? Just, why are you talking? You don't have to talk like this. Why are you talking like? This is like landmark. Shit so that I wish it was just cooler sounding. Everybody's. Good luck. Iowa. I've heard some people have done it and it's been fine. And then other people done. It's like change your life. Yeah. So I don't I get the feeling I I did ibew gain. Two years ago or three years ago. which is a which is real in the family. And I puked into all that stuff and it was fine. It was all right. But this? Is More like. There's a guide. In the yeah. So I'm GONNA do it. It's It's good for with rules. Go with a yellowed rules yell. No Iowa. Penalty. Done, what have you? What do you want to do? But you haven't done. Selami fucking show written. I'm working on it. I don't like the term. Make me happy. Bye because I don't think an accomplished lean enjoyment I don't know but like you'd feel padded but make me A. Day on no, I mean I think for me. I think one. It's hard to do that too. I just would. You know when you think something's good anything is a good idea. And sometimes, you never get it confirmed and she's like. At all. Or. You always like I had the greatest idea you know people have those has greatest idea for this or like either grease idea for a blanket and so some visor shit it's like. Sanity it's a little bit closer. Validating. Fifteen what is the greatest accomplishment of? You Go Mr Eastern has. Probably my three story. House. No I don't. I don't even the in terms of money I don't feel any connection to. A house, I don't feel like I owned my property I don't. I've talked before like. Especially valuable in my house. I don't. Computer TV probably might TV at this point I've had for two years probably worth one hundred, eighty bucks. So. People are like walking. What. Are you shrimp the? Of course, my giant shrimp. Popeye shrimp. of that chicken from power her own easy in Louisiana. That's that was my. My AQAP mind would be. A. Tie. Between Chapelle show. And three Mike's and. The. And it would be a tie between. But the older I get the more I. Am Go with remarks because. I no one believes I did show and. It's more impressive to go from. A TV writer producer. To become a comedian comedian with like shit on Netflix like it's. kind of like UN whether anyone realized not it's kind of on. Its newest doesn't no one's done it and. A lot of people know a lot about comedy, but they don't get the just the prog like the progression of the comedians life and almost no one does what you've done. And everybody made fun of me like fucking like Brenner instead I'm memento and doing my career backwards one of the great slams of. It's true. But. Yeah that is. Like that's a cool thing that's fucking cool thing to have done and I'm proud and it was like. Emotional to and whatever, and the the it was innovative like as a format. Yeah. So. And that is. Deere Class Two thousand twenty. Migration Congressman I don't know feel like it doesn't have to be like career. No No, I'm not even that I'm just thinking. up into this point. I think. It's not like one thing I could say but I feel like I have picked up my life and dumped it in a country where I don't speak the language multiple times. And when you're when you commit identity fraud that something else to do pretty often. and. That for me it's it's like. And being able to thrive in A. meet. Friends get a job learn the language and I just that to me is really hard to do especially doing it in your. Late, teens and twenties, and as a woman to. Yeah making girlfriend guy friends may also like it's you know there's Traveling woman's different the trembling. Right and being. I've been in some really crazy situations and really weird parts of the world and I've always been able to just like rely on myself and.
"neal" Discussed on How Neal Feel
"This, is I wish I was not like this I wish I didn't I wish I wasn't like this but which is why I'm. Reading the books and the I there's a podcast called against the rules Mike Lewis. And there's a thing about. Performance coaches and I'm like I think I GOTTA I think I gotta go to performance coach because I get good. With a new. Operating like I can ingest it and. Put it into. But its feet, but this is the issue. So let's just take the late thing. As an example I would say of the Times they come here. Ninety percent of the time you're not ready. I. So it's like you're almost never ready. So when we say I'm we're talking about three to five minutes late me coming here I walk in you're either not in the shower making food on a phone call like we're all on. We're all waiting on you is at the time I. Know. It's the truth. So what I mean is that it's funny that when we talk about it, it's beyond your five minutes late to a thing, I'm going to be ready for in forty five minutes. So there is a disconnect of. What you were late I would I was I. I was still being a bad boy. I was I would argue that I'm not. If I'm late it's me and him are setting up the lights. No, that's recently we have been doing this podcast when they would just set up. This is only the last few episodes. I'm talking the whole time. And that's okay. But I'm just saying there is a personal you take it personal someone's late. But when I come and you're not ready for like an hour or forty five minutes and I've budgeted okay this is gonNA. Take this I'm okay. Now it's GonNa take this I just everything I don't actually I only made fruit to go gonNA. I'm just saying that it's there's you take it too personal when like you do exhibit the same behavior and I don't think anyone takes it personal the other way. Yeah I get about personnel. I like you. But it's got it's got issue. Number thirteen if a crystal ball can tell you the truth about yourself, your life, the future or anything else. What would you want to know I think crystal just did tell me. About Myself. What would I want to know? Because that's the older I get the more I realized that. I. Things workout. Almost always not. Because I have ringside seats. I mean they do you can figure it out. Nothing is as bad in actuality it is in theory right and whether it's bad or good it's the good the. Dream of being amazing like pretty good and the thing that you up being horrible is. survivable. So. I don't know I. Just I all my in terms of the future. I just hope I live forever. Live for I, do not want to live forever. To get people in line. A. I would not bring the hammer down. It's funny when you're when I was younger, you WanNa know so much. But like when you're kid like I play with the OUIJA board bad idea. Now. You're. You don't even pay attention to astrology or. Anything. No Way North. But I, think now I don't WanNa know 'cause it then it just like I'm not even that far away from it so I'm just. I'm working towards something I might not get or like Oh, someone's going to like it's like. I. Don't WanNa know that I think I just want to like tell me who to watch out for or what to watch out for are tell me like give me a warning that I can avoid. That's what I'd like to know. I mean. Yeah I mean. It'd be like Dude Neal if you have an opportunity, you want WanNa, walk audience at a hormone me but you. Know. I WANNA black audience in a movie. For Life. Run. Really. That's so funny. It would be like remember dream on on Hbo they had they would I was a guy and they would show his thoughts and they would cut in old movies now and Yeah, it was one of those Hbo shows from the Eighty Three. Like is this good, right? But. Tim Herlihy who's one of the best comedy writers? Who wrote on us and he went to College Sandler and then wrote Edison wrote Happy Gilmore and Billy Madison and all other. Like probably ten sandler movies. Had road pitched a sketch SNL where. I don't know. I guess it was the guy from dream on was the host and he kept thinking thought but the thought he kept thinking was Jack Nicholson acting scatman cruthers in the bed. From the shining. So it's just a regular season. He keeps a a black audience in your head would be such a funny. That's so funny What I WANNA know I just know for the most part things have been. Okay. Things have worked out. Okay. And I if it's I, don't WanNa know if I'm going to be a paraplegic or something I I don't mind meaning. You realize a lot of it's not helpful. It's not gonNA make a difference. Like Neil you're gonNA. End. You couldn't. If somebody told me how my life was going to turn out. Or the last fifteen years. Would it turned out I? Would have been I would like. Oh. I'm glad the way turned out, but it's not it's it's very non linear and not. then. There's yeah. So I don't know what I wanNA know now I kind of nothing just let me see what happens. But you're right in that only at the more you just think. I'll let me see what happens rummage. At k fourteen is there something that you've dreamed of doing for longtime?.
"neal" Discussed on How Neal Feel
"But they are. But it's just like. Okay. Okay. So we're just GONNA. Like just. The weird thing is we don't have kids and you think about like wonder why? Do you think about when you like Like a little baby like you know at some point, they didn't know what a having kid would feel ache. And then it falls into this just like tolerating these kids just like all right we added. Training know like why have so many kids 'cause they weren't allowed to use birth control because the Bible. The. Two thousand year old book. Okay we'll. Mile. Got To our lead too much spicy food. No Mine Is Easy I. Wish my parents would have spoke their native language to be more. 'cause my Farsi and my Spanish is. Choppy. grammars weird. But I was I I was in I I was in Persian school. And, I've taken Spanish a lot but it's still like it's just better when it comes from. Your it's like they yell at me and so I know how to yell at someone in all these languages. But I can teach your speaking. You only know Farsi it's you. You're only speaking when triggered. No and it's only my grandma's really speaks to me. So and my grandma think I'm great. So I'm always telling him like, oh, correct me Lou like now. Everything's perfect like now grandma. Don't granny doubt do weeks granny. Far. Well twelve, hundred, four minutes until your partner, your life story much. See Tilt it ain't GonNa have informative. Also podcast listener. Number twelve if you can wake up tomorrow having gained any one quality or ability would be. Mine would be I think I hate to blame it on a thing but then there's some part of I think my adhd that. My it's I'm really motivated. I have a lot of energy, but it's really hard to focus and. I procrastinate a lot. So I wish I could. Just. Channel a lot of my energy into being bent being more diligent getting to work. Once I'm work once I I have to really force myself and once I do I'm fine. But that hump like it's perceived as laziness. but it really is hard for people that with eighty hd to like get. To it, there's a good book I didn't read. It might gibbons read it. Nets as good as me, reading it, Getting Mike Mike counter and does podcast fitzsimmons. He has a few. That procrastination is basically. You. Are Fear You have a fear of failure and fear of imperfection and so you've got this fear imperfection. That's kind of crippling you and then at a certain point, the fear of being A. Someone who didn't do the thing just overtakes it. So you have to do it. I'M NOT GONNA lie I. Really. I absolutely don't have a fear of being imperfect like I don't I've I'm like good enough. Great like I. Don't have this. It's something I've noticed compared to my friends like I have friends that are like it has to be has and I'm just like it's. Like what are you? Crazy it's not fine I'm like dude, relax it'll be fine like I don't have that fear in my brain eights naughty. It's that I wanted try I'll be sitting at my computer. It's like Kay do it and my focus jogos. Like to okay I'm it's almost like when I have time to do it, I want to do other things because then I'm like, let me get these out the way. So I can just focus and then cut to three hours later I'm like. Not, focusing it's a real straight up focus and then whenever I take when I was younger I to Ghrelin. I put myself on it. I read an article and it was like I think add I'm going to contact the people in Europe. How did you put yourself? I read a article out. Yeah. But that's a lot of people rent a Lotta articles you. So I read a article when I was sixteen in like I know time something and I I was like this over prescription of America's. We will and then they talk about add magazine like I. Think I always think I have that because it was the most distracting kid always cracking jokes passing notes like could not focus. Try this shit, and so I don't know I just made a call to my doctor and I was like gave a just psychiatrist. No therapists psychiatry. Psychiatry said, I think I have this I just thought a hunch and then she gave me an interview like sure and I just knew it'd be easy to get after reading the article. And then. My grades went from like sees two straight. It was weird and because I was underage they I the make you. Take like take. For your teachers about like monitoring my behavior and it was all like for children because mostly it's not usually diagnosed in your teen sues like plays well with other shares toys like this is so funny but my short stories. Sixteen. So yeah. Because pediatric deals lighters doesn't give, them back. So my grades were so drastically. Change. That I was like, Oh, I this fucking dumb yellow pill. is literally like it unlocked everything. That's when I realized. Okay. I have to focus but it really did create. I think neuropathy in my brain 'cause then I stopped needing it as much. Even though I use it now sometimes when I really need to focus I, think you can also learn shit, but it's focusing every huge focusing issue. Yeah I wish I was more pleasant as we've discussed. And I just wish I was. I wish I was. Had A sunnier disposition. I have a question about your sunny disposition. I can I dr Phil You. Does your so let's see someone to something that's totally innocuous. But for some reason, it's like makes you WANNA be like. You know. Does that come. I feel it comes from a place of. Are you in noise or is it anxiety of just like I? Don't know what they want me to do and so it is widely. What it is is. I deal with it with will deal with it. I was doing a mill for the documentary. With somebody I made fun of called Captain Car Accidents. No one had a problem with it. Fine on his. Broke. His back Kevin..
"neal" Discussed on How Neal Feel
"It. We have to underline it. All right next one. And books in slot or room. There was I. Think we had. Like little slot like so many of us. So if you. The action she figure it out like you at the Harlem Renaissance. Discretionary what she said TB TVD. Feeling feel. As. Chores to be, finished. There was a schedule of chores every Saturday like. Vacuum the front steps. And the back steps sweep out this. The gutters. Kitchen deep what? You had to have them on Saturday before noon. And if you didn't the next week, you had to do everyone else's choice. Who So when people fucked up your legs happy. was every not yeah I got next week off. Thank you dirtbag. Happen. How was everybody's following the rules? Pretty. Good. This is a note under do everyone's work the following Saturday that goes for everybody regardless of where you have to go. No exceptions really I'm your kid I'm your child. Well, no exceptions. This is so fucked I know it's kind of fucked up and. Now, it's this. Makes me sad because like, okay what year is this seventy? Seven eighty, five. Oh Yeah. Homework APM started no phone calls after eight. PM. That's the thing that people don't remember as the landline. Well. There was like strict rules like, yeah. No one called each other after because it would wake up the laws. We couldn't get. A phone call between seventy eight. It's not on here but if you got call during dinner. I. Think you weren't allowed to you weren't allowed to. Use. The phone. It. Meanwhile, it's an incoming call I nothing to do with it. No exceptions. No quarter given. I'm when ran away. Do you think nor didn't trying to run away I? Like A K.. Leave. Leave for church because again, you can't forget. This is all about church and the Lord. Ten minutes before church you gotta get there. What do you mean she's taking you to church now I mean sometimes, but there are so many of like there'd be different. I'm going to go to the ten o'clock winner. And if you don't leave him before no TV or telephone a for or or any ground for a week. or as she goes or. For, a week. Do All daily chores on schedule punishment. Do Everyone's the next day. If, you don't do it and finally. The. No food or drink to leave the kitchen. Disciplinary Action. Jess. Fill it out. I. Don't get it. So you can't you can't. You can't bring food in the basement you can't bring food your own drink. Something must have happened. lost. Your ears, people I, get it but also you know don't have fucking nine kids. Sorry. With they were they were they were. It's just too many. It's would. There's none that I wanNA sacrifice specifically like did we need him? I think he's He's a little redundant now. Did we know? But this is this is fucking crazy. I mean, it's just so this isn't even so much about the church, but it's just about my dad's one of thirteen alcoholic dad abusive Mother didn't Love Him said I love you tried to give my dad away. Oh, he was test they a family came. To. Like take my dad for a spin. And they brought him back and it wasn't a match. Just not that into you dead. Starring my dad and Jennifer. No the girl, this witness front. No not as Jennifer, whatever I know but. I'm just not into the wanting to mainland anyhow. So this isn't even don't put on the church. This is just my parents. Anger. But there's a lot of people like what do you do? It's like what I said. I had a lot of people regulating but like there's something extra in those, there's something. There's something extra. fucked. Up. Yeah I get like, yeah it's a little little. It's a little like try turn the knife. It's kind of police brutality. You wonder why black guys like me so It's a little leg because fuck up fuck up. degree. Our wish you wouldn't. Sandwiches. motherfucker. Are, so sterile about loveless for real. Did they ever like hug you and say we love you kneel you little baby I would sit on my mom's lap after dinner. Cute. But you ever sit on your dad's leper hugging a little. Did you hug about after a certain age? You're fucking. Like nine ten, I was like this guy, he was mean to you nine, eight nine. I JUST Just like you see, you see that and you go oh, I don't know how you're going to be how lucky you're going to be in romance there buddy they just didn't. It's like it doesn't set you up. Well, it sets up well for. Discipline. Love. Story House rich. So it's really like it's good for that. I don't know if it's good for connecting with formal even though you connect with a lot of people. Your. There's parts of you that are difficult. Just the of everybody that are difficult. Everybody has difficult parts but maybe yours. Clash, when it comes to like sharing. Your. Like mind body soul space like life with someone. It's harsh is what it is. It's harsh to charge for children. I don't think kids should have rules but oh but down. Really. And the reasons are..
"neal" Discussed on How Neal Feel
"Values. In terms of. I think I'm more. Ambitious than you. I think we've similar values in some ways and then I think there ways I'm more. Ambitious, and let my ego. Complete like no, I'm not fucking. We had a fucking get a set and we get there no lights and I'm bringing Ken over. And curtains, and it's by the way we know the wide still doesn't work trust me. But. But so I think we have similar values in that regard I think we've similar sense of Humor Yeah And I think we like each other like Predator naturally I like you like you're likable. Think you're meaning. You're. Appealing looking. Okay. And vibration, but it's not even hot. It's like you just look friendly long. like an animal would think you're friendly. The didn't even. Like soft cheek just shit like oh whatever. Why you like me? I don't like in that regard because I don't everyone do the last since I started the fat fat program but y you like me is the reason you like me I think people wouldn't. Yes. Yeah I. Think I think we're like a, there's a show I watch called unlikely animal friends and I. So. It's such a for how is that a show? That's the name. But how did they find enough? How many couples are there like seasons I watch all of these in a different it's always. Elephant in a dog fucking. No. There is a horse in a dog as about somebody by the way pitch me a great Megan stallion jokes that I don't want to. I don't think I use but. She said. She was a fan of the whole run and said that. Woman Yeah White I don't know. She thought I may, or maybe I did the job I can't believe. That Tori lanes. The relationship works Tori lanes is the size of a jockey. He's. So that's a fucking good job. Yeah. It's not about Megan's. About him. Yeah. Shooter you be. Yeah. Like an active shooter. Did you see the? Did you see that that famous video where he's the same size sitting down? Oh That's I'm sorry Tory Lanez. Screw makes me cry story. Every moving away buddies so funny I like. You. because. Oh my unlikely in friends. Yes. That's kind of what I feel like we are. Also, very good show but I feel like people look at us like unlikely animals. Yes you know. Yes. By I feel like we. So I. Think. We have very similar. We've a very similar bullshit meter Your more aggressive about it, but having to give them up. Having similar bullshit meter actually vons use so much more because it's like you're like, yeah, what what does forever like? You know that sort of phase but I like you because your. No. No frills it's you. This is it. There's no like secretive. Oh, and now the real neil here's the real neil and you're really you're so much easier. To. Hang out with and I think people would ever think you're so easy and no low maintenance almost no maintenance. Yeah. No maintenance. Way. More. Giving than anybody gives you credit for your so giving but you do it with this like. Face like. Just take this is. Where I fucking gave you shoot whatever the lyrics. fucking. Here, but I'm not now that's the thing though future you're never. Ever. I, don't know how. Big Smile. When the guys came to install curtains guys like that's supposed to be you. Regret. That's so funny. No you're you're giving is like. You want to stay. And it'll be like piles of cash. Really. Thank you. So you're very. Up I feel like your personnel us actually very sweet nice during like easy. No drama. Most, dramatic you ever are this is like your show. Amish. You're out. You're you're actually right. You're never this you're just so chill and like. You need. Like. So easy you need snack you'll water you want shoes take my lamp like. Your. Globe yet, we'll do the globe he. So. Your actually also appealing. Personality wise that no one gives credit for yeah. Well that yes, I look I'm nice. I have a lot of hymies in my life I don't actively to be around someone who's in all your who's Just like disagreeable or like not night. So you know. On. The show it looks way more like I'm like. And you're just like. But. Your girl no But yet no I. Think you nailed it though and we like documentaries. That's a good bond. Some people really don't. Think comedy and we know the same people and we have a lot of soldiers. Yeah I. Don't think anyone I don't think I think people that know me. Know me five times better than people that don't know me. meaning. There are. I, bet if you took a poll. and. said to just took black people and said, why do black men like Neal Brennan Seventy percent of them will be I have no fucking idea crickets. Fuck this guy I don't understand it. Or whatever and anyone any why does why didn't want ny whatever any nice. Any these people don't understand me anyway. Like anybody why would they and? Because I'm. Helpful. You're really interesting. Your helpful. I mean again it's not but guys in a month you're going to be like I used to watch a podcast called how neil this is seems different this guy's charismatic. It's Good question number nine number nine. This might be a two parter this view but I don't mind fun. This is right For what in Your Life? Do you feel most grateful? Your your watch L. engaged. I honestly. It sounds so cheesy but. Being. Alive. Just. There's so many you know I always feel like. When someone dies, we feel bad for like their family. I'm so sorry it's like they guy died like feel bad for him or her I always feel we feel bad I feel bad. I, feel yet lives the Jeffrey. Epstein. Thing it's like he died. I didn't get justice. He's dead he it's over. That's pretty good i. mean you're doing gave himself the death penalty. You're dating my point Jeffrey. Offer yet. So grateful for him I. I don't know. I just feel like sometimes they look at life as. You know we're all just this trajectory you know, and some people just get taken out of the race like some people were taken out of the directly and we get to keep going and somebody yesterday died a terrible death i. sure and you know you ate fruit and I like did laundry so I just think. I'm not saying value all the time you have that's employ people live in. It's like appreciating your health. Donald. But just just take time to you don't have to live every day leagues. You'll ask you don't have to sit there and be like thank you cheese. But I think you can take time to be like you're still here. Everybody else who's dead don't don't even get to pick up a nectar in and cut it or do podcasts or like think like she'll get what should evidently there times done on this earth. So I just think that's That's like you could be grateful a lot of things in it, but you're you wouldn't be great Louis things if you didn't have life so I I just think it's.
"neal" Discussed on How Neal Feel
"Also make sure to follow me Neal Brennan. So you'll never miss an episode of how Neil feel because I think you could listen to my stand up. Yeah, you have. A thing that I have a channel. So whatever my stand up and Big Time a podcast with the bank. So spot if I do it, do it spotify spotify spotify spotify. spotify. Check out downloaded. They podcast. That's what this about. Goodbye pain. If you were able to live to the age of ninety and retain you the mind or body of a thirty year old. For the last six years of your life, which would you want? Got It? What I rather have the mind so if I were. If I were eighty five would I want the body of a thirty year old? And the mind of a thirty year old. Or. What? I. Want the body of an eighty, five year old and the mind of an eighty five it's saying like at thirty. Would you WANNA keep your? Age of ninety in retaining the mind or body of thirty year over the last six years. Yeah. So thirty you you have to decide what am I gonNA age in body or mind? I would keep body what I already have an old mind I have I do a podcast and there's a segment called Neal's old man phrases. Will probably won't it because why would he do that? C Word Sarcasm. The fat shaming base and town system of work. I often fall short guys hooked on fat. We've been has creek for forty six years. It's hard to just really turn that on around. Especially when I. Really serve you a lot of ways. It's a nice house being sarcastic. Okay. What if we'll jump off the third floor of this if this house? We. I think he'd live. There is. To I think he'd let Kado trees amongst he'd do it. There's a pond and that's Quite. Yeah, you know what I thought the other way, but I can a lot of sense because your mind like. My.
"neal" Discussed on How Neal Feel
"Famous. But I think you could be famous for doing something. And not just going to get the heat. You know the I understand that I said the heat for being famous is fine but the heat for being just like. If you on season nine of no no. No. The. No if you. Want to be recognized when you go into place and have people kind of kiss. Your ass all that feeding your ego thing that like extra level I think that just comes with a lot more heat. You or like comparable we both can just be famous for thing and go about their day. You don't need a lot of ass kissing. You don't need people to that love. But when you do work, you're respected I, think that is ideal I don't need it to be. By people running up to me type shit because I come to this story about doing tell the story about Ronan Farrow and. Then love it when they I saw him at a restaurant no John. Lubbock John Lovett in Ronin couple I think I know married Love. It not day not a liar, the John Lobbied, who's a speechwriter for a bomb on he he does parts of America but they win pods America I started to get popular I. saw him in Ronin at a bar at crossroads and they looked like aware. Of what's going on? The bartender just. Gave US drinks like what? What's this never happened before like what do we do because Ronin was starting to get known for his articles? Drink him. Now I go. Oh. Here's the thing. You gotta tip them and here's the bad news. It will end up costing you more than it would just paid just pay. But you can't say I just I'll just pay because you once they. So they're shit like that that's not that's like the kind of the funny one. The bad one is like. I'm GONNA kill you. A I'm kill. You're your bitch. Okay. Fame yes, from Neil. Qualified yes from. Birth Zinke. Hard to get a straight answer Bianca will not fold under question. It's like the first forty eight. and. Don't not. I never seen this is a good question number three, the four making a telephone call. Do you ever rehearse what you're going to say why? Never I read. This is like who the fuck does that. I first of all, since I started listening to the effective communication class on Amman go round number two. Now you're listening to it for the second time. you hear new things every every time Yeah I think I think about it a lot and then there are times where when I don't think about it dude you needed. I WanNa get into the practice of. Of when I have a phone call anytime, I've in from someone I want to. Freeze time ago you ninety three percent of communication is tone and facial expressions. That's the that's the statistic. Seven percent of his words now I had it flipped no wonder why no bad conversation yes. I thought saw words all lyrics, bars bars bars with no. It's a whole beat and melody. It's fucking has nothing to do with. That I can like I should be a hostage crisis man I, I can de. De. De. Escalate. deescalate a conversation really like if I see it I'm like, oh It's not going well like. Just especially with strangers or something real like Oh. This person's energy like the you took it this way it's this way it's. kind of that's all tone. That's all sink. That's got ta by and good night falsely aby. So it really is mostly that how have you have you been? It's hit or miss sometimes I do sometimes I make a concerted effort and really. But then like you guys are coming over and I'm in the shower then I don't. Wills Doing Shit with the lights in your. Now Mike Day I get a little shitty and then. I think I'm being I think I'm and I'm like, no, this is not good town. Good faith. Now you know what? The the? Acronym is fat face tone but because I'M FAT-PHOBIC I've gone, with taff. Tone face. No. Question. The second question is. This codependency comes in. I would get so lost. I was so lost and some of my codependent relationships that when I had a phone call planned or scheduled or whatever. We're GONNA talk tomorrow whatever I would have A. Index Card with my the things I wanted to say. Before. I started. What do you mean like if it was in a relationship that was in a relationship with yeah. It was like not a kind of odd talk like a big talk. Yeah. But good. Yeah. But that's so that's what I mean. There are times where I have in my life. Very much. It. Use It as a tool 'cause I don't want to forget. It's important that I remember this and it's important that I discuss this on this call. It's funny because When I realized when I was young in high school junior high my friends, my friends circle that rich kids. But whenever we had a problem with each other I would say. Once every month and a half we'd all sit down at a table. We all had a binder paper of lists that we needed of grievances we needed to air and we would it would be a long race all girls and we would air it out and they were funny I found one when I was home. And it was like you still might you took my let you borrow my lighter and you didn't give it back. You do that a lot that was my purple lighter. The dumbest shit but it didn't matter what we were saying. I really think that working through it with your friends and having to say he's the dumbest Shit. It's like you brag that you're in Brad's car. Stupid gotTa say it's really adult. I can't think of a of a friend group or workers that wouldn't benefit from that eight was immensely valuable and I because I can do it there when your hormones are raging in your really emotional and most kids don't even ought to talk about their feelings because we and they would be rough like some people would just get like a pile on if people were not driving well, I had a girlfriend who said that they used to do lemon squeezes. That but meaner let's lemon. Pick a girl and they would basically squeeze. proverbially, squeeze a lemon emotionally squeeze a lemon. On her burns like a lemon squeeze, we're GONNA, fuck in dip you acid, we're gonNA. Gasset, we would. They would just shit on her they would like to criticize her. No, that's all we didn't know I get. This was like the mean girl version of that. You're sounds constructive. Ours just like, Hey, I have an issue with you building. Can we talk about it and then let's talk. Let's air it out and we did it. So often that it was nobody to get personal once we talked about it, we like forgot let it capable. Be Interesting no, the defensive but really like, okay why didn't knows doing that it wasn't like what you like. It was just calm cool collected and then everybody would improve of degree or two, but everybody always improved. Did you ever say like? You're getting written up. No. I can't imagine if this was union. See you wanted to the sound should wait like writing it down. But. No I don't do that with phone calls because I feel like I've I have really good communication skills to get through hard conversations. So I, kind of. I think I have the The like the luck of being able to just wing it and go base on Lake Oh how are we doing now? Oh, it's risen. Like I can figure the temperature out as you know, I wrote a book about anger once and they said. Part of people, people like me who are prone to anger quickly. It's part of the reason is because I growing up and even in the world. I've never seen A..
"neal" Discussed on How Neal Feel
"Game out a million times I, never WANNA go hiking. Guys. We're doing we keep talking about the new. York Times. A couple of years ago. The failing New York. Times. Somebody made t shirts the failing near in the same logo and So it's such a great joke and I. Should have bought the I. Don't know who made it, but like the quality wasn't good, they're no good. Guy. If, you this is a great joke. You put this on a nice fabric. Print. If I find, could ones can I buy them for us? Where militia yet failing Failing Okay. So they had a thing which was thirty six questions that will make you and A. Person Fall in love. And for years. Year in sixty nine episodes. Merrill Own This episode seventy. So we're going to. Do the questionnaire thirty, six questions. and. We're GONNA fall in love. So say goodbye. To the old Neil and the old bianca. It's happened by everybody ladies if you're pining. It's just near just I'm. Fan Maybe side check you'll get sidetracked mind now ladies because. Bianca before we went on the air said that. Cheating is not it's a long story. Agrees thank you. It's for a different time. Okay. There are three sets of questions, and. Let Us Begin I. Number One set one number one given the choice of anyone in the world. Who would you want. As a dinner guest. Let's go living or dead. I thought living your debt. You go I I want to go I. I've thought about this. It's always the three people, but the problem with three people is you have to worry about chemistry. And Diets. Like, if you get Benjamin Franklin, he wants to eat like juvenile fish stew and you're like dog. Studio on no one's eating turtle like I'm not doing that Shit. So let's assume were eating crossroads or sage being Bistro some is because welcome to the future gents My guest this is based on. I don't need him to or heard to. Care about me I just want to hear the person talk in person. This is hard. You know I know I I, thought I James Baldwin. A. James Bond because. My favorite thing about James Baldwin is. If he were white, he would talk like Hannibal Lecter. He's Black Hannibal Lecter and he eats white people ever with a nice. He's like I can't even do well. How long it's GonNa take your. Wait for your progress yes it's like. Yeah, it's fucking amazing. Mooney. Mooney he's Mooney lease less Sassy Mooney. He's and he's so she walking smart it's. Dizzying but I thought Malcolm X. at the same time I thought someone either. Like from the Civil Rights Movement or the Harlem Renaissance. Somebody in there and I. Thought about it and I looked I'm like I can't choose because of course, I wanted to James Baldwin but. I think he also has these great clips. You know these great soundbites just based on like where he was in his life and. I feel like there is still those figures in those two eras. There's I feel like there's a lot of comparible like. Really passionate speakers really compelling speakers like him not a lot but he really sticks out obviously because he's great but I know it has to be someone from you haven't picked anyway I can't. I can't because I was like I said I was looking. Just reminding myself of all the figures in the Harlem Renaissance fact like Langston, Hughes like like all these you know like. I can't choose. This is going to make me not fall in love with him. That's okay and finally. So We learned. Mind seems. BIANCA'S IS One of one hundred people. And she doesn't want to offend them because even though they're all dead. And she doesn't want to get this is why I as. Because, you cannot make a decision i. just not that one. It's like you're GonNa, you have to make a decision. That we've on now, you have to make magazine. I don't know any like literally links in his three grid number two. Would you like to be famous? In what way? I would like to be a famous comedian. One day, you'll get one day I will get there. I'm not unknown. I don't know what I am. I don't think I don't know what I am and I don't think I ever will your your. Your little your weird because you're kind of inside baseball comic but then a lot of people know you. Don't even. Fuck with comedy yes. Like heavy more Chappelle show and. a lot of people don't know that you wrote half-baked. 'CAUSE I was like. You won't, be. Like he did starting to feel like another like. What yeah. Yeah. Well, your old I used to brag about it and now. Like I was talking to girls last night and they were all stone and I was going to go you know. You eat trash. Big. untried don't feel like. I just don't I don't know there's shit in it but whatever it's. Worse, it's just A. Very. Good but up, Chapelle show. I. Don't now having said that. I. Don't think my life would get better. By being famous. I would be busier that'd be more have more cachet. But. The people that you want cachet with I have it with. Dominicans. So, there's no. I don't know. Money I don't know I. Yeah. I don't know I don't the money would make a difference isn't say rich and famous. But I'm saying why famous would you like to be famous? I think I'm richer than I. AM famous. Yeah you. Heleni. I get youth you think you would think I deduced. I. Don't I know that it's corrosive for your character. So inclosing yes. I would like to be famous like I. would like to be a guy who does theaters all the time yeah. I would like to be Sebastian Burr. That in that category. And again, the more the delays in the Louis get disqualified. And he slipped on a banana keeps living at Manana is a banana peels coconut shells. Grip, think. I would like let's see I. Don't know because Yeah. To certain degree of course, like we do this show, it's nice to be known. So yes but I guess it's like define being famous because there's a lot of famous people that just do their thing. And are famous for the job they do in this industry, and then there's people who go out of their way to like go to the Ivy and be famous. So I wouldn't want that I. think that's weird and that's a weird. Sleeping bear that once you awake you you have talk about like Taboo TMZ tabloid well, some people really do want to be instagram like just famed known at any cost just known how their. billings be higher at all costs I. Don't want that I wanNA make money through entertainment I would. Think the. Fame. That you get from. Doing this, do you like the record whatever you? How would you describe it? I do but I, it's not. It's a little like. I. I like it. Of course, in certain ways you know people want to be recognized like. Blah Blah Blah but at the same time it feels like you have more of a target and I and no one even fucking knows me. Really. So if I feel like a little heat right now, most of it's very good heat but he does eat baby and when the heat is. Bad face and just doesn't like the kind of doesn't like you and. And I feel like I don't really read the comments. I don't really care I don't really need to get into the people. If you think that's fine. I it's not like my job. You who but. That can be a little toxin stressful. So I would need the fame and the money it needs to be worth it. You know what I mean like if you're making a lot of is like. Would you? Have One, hundred, million dollars but the people who are just famous and like not really. Monetarily Oh like what nothing nightmare you're doing. So you have all not doing any it just happened to them. Yeah. That's to me that's an so I would like to be known for. Shit as I'm doing for job I don't want to just be like famous, follow me and like but equally, do you make of the heat the heat and? Toxic attention I think that comes with it. So you can't if you want it that comes with it but I think you can mitigate it. So that, if you don't feed into it a little bit, you don't like if you if ego is you want to be famous, it's all ego but if you're like. I want that attention I want to be recognized when I? All that all the amenities famous I think that comes with way more heat. I want that he I.
"neal" Discussed on Strong Black Legends
"So just like all of episodes. I have to start out by practicing and to be the kind of parent. I intend to be one day. And that's the kind of parent that's screamed at you and ask you what you know about their favorite stuff movies music holiday and so. I know you know about Elise Neal but I know about at least Neil who? I'm talking about one of the. It's girls of the nineties okay. She is grace our screens and guest starred on some of our favorite ninety sitcoms like fresh prince family matters and living single in. That's just a couple of the shows using our own after guest starring on so many TV shows. It was not long before Hollywood surprised us all in did that thing that they rarely ever do. They gave the black people what they wanted. Can you believe that that happened? Exactly one damn our nation's history me either. Elise neal got her very own. Show starring alongside Dea Hugo on a show called the Hugo lease. She's very well known for her in the Lacey Pe- nominated role in hustle and flow. And although she doesn't play him in the elise mills a thing or two about had a hustle and work hard especially in Hollywood. Elise Neal has the kind of career in the industry that I can go on and on and on about but why. Don't you hear it straight from the source? I had such a good time talking to my fellow southerner. It felt like we were just to southern bales sitting on a wraparound porch sale. So get ready for a whole bunch of talking a whole lot of laughing in an interview full of accents. This is me with the ever talented elite meal.
'When Kobe Bryant died, a piece of me died', Michael Jordan at Bryant Memorial
"My dear friend he was like a little brother overcome with emotion Michael Jordan recalled their friendship that began when Kobe Bryant entered the NBA at seventeen years old everyone always wanted to talk about the comparisons between he and I I just want to talk about October when Kobe Bryant dies a piece of me died just now and then there was Bryant's Laker teammate Shaquille o'neal our publisher to teach the target we are going to be able to bring all your moves and I promise I will not do so more for doctor next I love you my man so we meet again rest there were twenty thousand inside for the memorial but it still intimate with the NASA Bryant and her family walked in the place erupted but not with the cheers that were used to as former Laker John Salley told us it was an overflow of human emotion he said it was like the crowd was giving the family a hard
"neal" Discussed on Up First
"On October Eighteenth nineteen thirty four low Kennedy into twenty-something farm girl she went out to water the hogs and she never came back and her family began to notice that she was missing ends they went they went out to look for and eventually found her body on the edge of the hog pen she had been killed seen stories that suggest that she'd been hit over the head with a Pine Bough some suspicion that she had been sexually assaulted very quickly the family notifies the sheriff this sheriff responds starts doing field interviews and quickly comes up with the name Claude Neal what I know about Claude Neal's that he was twenty three old farming and he was Iran but it was of course kept secret the sheriff finds Claude Neal's sleeping corn crib few farms away later that day he arrests him word is spreading now across the county very quickly the Loa Kennedy has been killed and possibly raped and the sheriff has made an arrest in the case and posses start forming to examine.