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California Selects Another 15 Winners in Vaccine Lottery
"15 people in California are $50,000 Richard this week are the latest winners of the state's covid lottery to convince people to get the shot. 15 other people won the first week the lottery started. Plus, the state is giving $50 gift cards to two million people who get vaccinated. Then on Tuesday, 10 people will win $1.5 million each. Governor Gavin Newsom said on Friday. The lottery has helped the state's
Fresh "One Week" from Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
"Paramedics extremely busy answering calls for help. If you think you've been seeing more Denver health Ambulance is on the run. It's not your imagination. 911 calls for paramedics skyrocketed last week as temperatures began to soar. We've had Record breaking amount of call volume in the past week higher than not only just pre covid, but in the history of Denver paramedics. We ran more calls last week than we ever have. In the same time period during the week of June six, paramedics answered nearly 2800 calls. That was a 2% increase in overall volume in a one week period. People that already have pre existing medical history you know they can get really sick when it's really hot and They don't have adequate cooling in their home. Even small things like that can just really affect their health, which means we get called a lot more. The number of people now out and about as covid 19 rates drop is also to blame. Today we found many trying to beat the heat. We stop in the shade a couple times and, uh, yeah, that's all this for 94 year old Ali Morse Shade is the name of the game Shell head home when the heat sets him like I say, I don't get out into when his heart like that fans and plenty of water nearby dollar store fans were priceless good practices on a day seen in the house a lot as temperatures soar into the dangers. Own once again at his Fox 31% Arenas reporting bipartisan group of senators is eyeing a scaled back infrastructure plan that includes billions of dollars in new spending. That plan calls for about $579 billion in new spending. In addition to some redirected spending from other programs, including 110 Billion on roads and highways, 66 billion on passenger and freight rail 48 billion on public transit and 47 billion on resiliency, efforts to fight climate change and money for electric vehicle charging. Stations. The group also suggests tapping $120 billion in unspent covid relief funds and $315 billion from the Paycheck protection program. It was designed to help business pay workers during the coronavirus lockdowns. I'm Mike Bauer. Republican senators are fed up with the federal mask mandate for travelers. Some wanted to end.
Biden Administration Closes Trump-Era Office for Victims of Immigrant Crime
"The Biden administration dismantling and replacing a DHS office created during the Trump presidency that helped victims of crimes committed by immigrants. Trump launched the victim of immigration crime engagement office with an executive order during his first week in office in 2017.
Fresh "One Week" from Orlando's Morning News
"Is good. Pensions are good nine weeks off right off the bat. Not bad at all. Not bad. It's 8 15. Now at Wdbo Scott Inez, whether I've got your weather and traffic every six minutes, I'm Todd Terry. Mostly cloudy skies today still seeing slight chance for some afternoon thunderstorms today. We'll see highs back in the upper eighties. Also watching closely are developing tropical system in the Gulf. Lot of rain on the eastern side just west of central Florida today from Channel nine. I'm chief meteorologist top to Tom Right now I'm looking at 76 degrees in downtown Orlando is 75 Orlando. Severe Weather Station say touch dirty triple team traffic. Talk about hazard pay. Let's go live to air one. Eric Brown, what's going on today? Oh, hey, if we did, we did this thing where we actually got public sector jobs. We actually have to work. When we went into work one week high for he's found you're going to be slowing 1 92 and then 5 32 also advised 35. You should get the Colonial westbound Maitland daily at Torrance Times before 29.
Is Fear Controlling Your Career?
"Cat. How are you today. It is still good to see you too about the work you do. You've been you've been doing a lot of you've been doing not only doing livestreams and things like this but you've been consulting people for years on how to find their best selves when it comes to work in the work life balance sort of area. How did you get started in all of that. Did you fall into it. I fell into it. Backwards with my eyes clubs. I've got a bachelors degree in sociology. Because i wanted to change the world and i was fascinated with people and then i realized i had to go back to school if i wanted to be. A professor and side cited not to do that. Around the world. Chased jobs and paychecks. A bartender in alaska camp counselor in california now attendant. I was trying to see the world. I was a flight attendant. Kurt enroll. I wasn't seeing the world. I was flying around the mid west of america. And i couldn't afford to pay my college loans so my dad was getting worried and i decided to start doing temp work on my days. Off and my very first temp job was at a global. It consulting firm I was a secretary actually sprint desk receptionist for one week okay. I had no idea what was happening by friday. I had a job offer to become a recruiter and that started.
Fresh update on "one week" discussed on Mornings on Maine Street
"Curfew at the time. Attorney Metwalli Davis says the city has had plenty of time to do the right thing. We're here because the city has been unwilling to make this right from the mayor's office. The city Council. The entire city is responsible for what happened to these young people. Six officers on the scene are among those named in the lawsuit. Wdun news time 7 34. Gainesville City Councilwoman Barbara Brooks says the declaration of Juneteenth as a national holiday has special meaning for her. She grew up in Jackson County, and her great grandfather, George Washington Borders owned property in the county. More than a decade before black Americans were emancipated. He was a free slave. The reason is so significant to me is that Have a piece of property in Jackson County that he barked in 18 53. So that means that the proclamation hadn't been signed. Brooks, making her comments on WD wins newsroom yesterday. Georgia surpasses the 900,000 mark for confirmed Covid 19 cases. The Georgia Department of Public Health, also reporting the death toll from the virus has reached more than 18,300 in the state Hall County has the fifth highest count of confirmed cases in Georgia at more than 25,000. And there's a new study out that says Georgia is struggling to recover from new unemployment claims. The numbers crunched by the consumer finance website, Wallet hub differ for Georgia, depending on length of time. In one week. The state ranked 45th in the workforce quickly recovering but going back to the beginning of the pandemic. Georgia still struggling at number 18 in any case while it hubs Gio Gonzalez says there are better days ahead for the state. Significant portion of the population is getting vaccinated, which will still greatly reduce the transmission rate and threat of the disease. As a result, we should see a continued to decline in unemployment. Gonzalez, saying she disagrees with the notion of any state paying incentives to get people to return to The workforce, she says after stimulus packages. It's actually time to let the free market start working. There's more news had access Wdun and heaven help us. We have enough jobs available. Yes, you know, we do our weekly featured help wanted, and, uh I mean everything from law enforcement to, you know, factory work to you. Name Tell. Read this all out there so Yeah, I mean, uh, There's stuff you can do. What we need is bodies. That's what we the people to step up, but, uh, yeah, and we'll have some more opportunities for folks got some great opportunities out there really talking about coming up this Wednesday. So if you're looking for Benefits. Health benefits 41 K time off things like that. We've got some great jobs coming your way on Wednesday, so stick with us help one and we do it every Wednesday here on mornings on Main Street, but just around the corner, we're going to talk about that tropical moisture And I gotta be honest with you. Moisture for the weekend. I don't know about today. Tropical moisture. The moisture you feel today will be coming from your own body. If you're outside, it's going to be a hot one. So get set. The sweat will check that and.
China Order Report Drops TSLA Stock
"Everybody rob our here and today we of course going to be discussing the information's report on net new orders for tesla in china during the month of may this report was published a couple of hours before market closed. The stock dropped dramatically. And of course it was quickly picked up by other means. That's as well so we'll discuss my thoughts on that. Then we also have a couple stories on recall. Some news from cat l. expanding in china an update on gigabyte lynn an update on the plaid model s. As we await the delivery event. One week from that are so tussle stock today starting out the day just fine trading a little bit below yesterday's close but not too far in early morning trading and then in the afternoon we saw a report from the information this was a couple of hours before market closed on as this report came out tussle dropped sharply about three percent in less than ten minutes and then continued to decline into close finishing the day down five point three percent to five hundred and seventy dollars four cents that compared to the nasdaq down one percent on the debt so that report is where we will start. The headline for this piece is quote. Tesla's china orders have in may internal data shows as crisis deepens and quote. They go on to write that quote. The company's monthly net orders in china dropped to about ninety eight hundred in may for more than eighteen thousand april according to a person with knowledge of the data the sharp drop reflected a drastic shift in chinese consumers appetite for tesla whose founder elon. Musk has celebrity status. Their orders in january after the release of the motto sub and then slowly eased off before cratering last month. In march tesla had twenty one thousand that orders even on a week over week basis order so far haven't shown any signs of recovery. This person set and quote. The rest of the article is then pay walled. But i did read the full article. There's nothing new in the rest of it. It's really just kind of detailing. The situation that has been unfolding in china. All stuff that we've talked about with the shanghai auto show protest the government wanting to meet with tesla. I think back in march just to talk about safety all things that we have followed as they have unfolded so nothing new in the rest of it.
Fresh update on "one week" discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast
"That the the racist got so fast in teams have gotten so much faster that to do it just with one which is why he preferred back when you the first couple is maybe too much is just too much on the supporter to handle. So i'm curious. What was your decision. This time was it more driven by. Thomas was driven by you. And in the decision to really use. Go with the one supporter. I felt that the one car which supports. It's it's a good combination because They can they can Help each other for driving for for logistic everything and and having to cars for sure. It's it's a good option but it helps only on some parts and the other i would say present the second car the more people it's not useful and it have to be really good bonds that they are not too lazy or they keep up the motivation all these tv Because it's the it's not the holiday it's not the pleasure it's the officer. One week it starts to be hard and and for this via the along talk with with the different people in and for me it makes more sense to keep to team small but efficient. Yeah so. I'm not the time of have maybe some grams or kilograms more with me to be safe instead of having to board but in the other hand in not makes much slower so it makes me slower for one accent. Some minutes right but it's not the problem for more days rate and more hours. Yeah i would say and then generally there is I i guess. I have a better time with with one or two person instead of a group. Yeah is important and to talk and enjoy it so so focused these two weeks so the the difficult to to keep or take time for for many people. Yeah final question. I wasn't planning on asking you this but when we pass my blonde we've got worse years into the into the or we've got doma does market naga and dulles docile around the basie. We've market niagara and direct. We got bell zone. We've got the south. We got all these options when you when are you making that call and are you making that call. Is it something as you're leaving dente oc- and getting up into that zone. Your weather bersin. I know if you even have it with person now back home but it's is it. Is it really okay. Weather's looking better in their ongoing. That wears just you call it it on the fly sky.
Pérez's Strong Start Helps Boston Over Houston 5-1
"Christian Arroyo's three run Homer complimented seven two thirds scoreless innings from Martine Perez as the red Sox beat the Astros five to want to avoid a four game sweep Arroyo second inning Homer provided more than enough offense for Perales who allowed six hits struck out four and walked just one to improve to foreign to I need to take these guys goes you've been seeing the ball really good the last three days and my game do my job in in a locked out just one week Sander Bogart's added a two run double in the seventh to help snap Boston's three game skid you only Kerry else eighth Homer of the season put Houston on the board in the ninth I'm guessing Coolbaugh
Fresh update on "one week" discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast
"Yes average off my speed over the last six editions but in this additions to turn point wasn't so difficult now so now have the weather have to be better than the average in the past and we had good weather. Yeah i remember two thousand seven. Alex hofer walked to this now in the in focus and supported card with the summary was not following so if this this year for sure twelve days. It's not enough now. The most interesting part for sure it's optimal belong because you can choose different ways. Yeah and the ways are not easy to switch so if you choose one way for example south to stay south of times if you go back to valleys you have to stay there and you have extra way to do because it's a long way but it's highway if it's libel. I guess it's faster to do it the x. ray and i'm really happy to do this part because them. Yeah i think given you could help their sensors five main and it's It's two hundred forty. Five k from the mobile to the beach and up with david monday. Because it's win. Found may hope yeah. Yeah and i'm specially focused on the on the las part of toys to come from iran. Crump lots back to goal. Because i think if if you're tired and you're so close from the goal he has to know exactly what to do for sure diarrhea. It's easy but actually one week before we are there. It's a quite low snow as new snow here is snow in the depends on which time on the day you arrive. And which cloud base you have and divorce case for sure to fly into the valley and evening with low base. Then you have to land on the place where you don't know what is no. It's it's it's doing. And i know that the that with running shoes you can be stocked in a in a meter of snow. Yeah proposed in the summer. Isomer die as the thermic laugh and i leave miserable. I really be careful with this. Station's yeah yeah for sure. Because he's not until now did six races and almost every race was was always pushing and on this rights with is now. It can be happening that it's not about pushing it's about safety. Yeah aglet who arrive yeah. Yeah there's there's some there's some potential overhanging hazards out there. I mean that. In general. I was talking thomas this morning and your team is back to the original. Just you and him understand. You have a media. Guy landrover but What's it feel like to be back with your your guy. You're that's gotta be really exciting. His his back in the is we never stopped our putter. But i'm very happy that he said last summer that his entrusted to do the accepts again and that he will take time for this for short preparation time. We spend a lot of time now. Disarray weeks for him. It's it's really expensive for sure but it's also good to think about the future to to improve our our skills by by the normal process but also by by doing the daily life over the two years between the houses song some. It's not only about doing the race again together. It's it's also working on us general and he said the decision to go with the really small team you just got the small van in two member. Unite talked about this last time..
Protect Your Pets With Peggy Rusk
"Well everyone. I'm here with the lovely peggy rest. Who is in oil lover. But more than that. Her passion is animals. She shares with us today. Her many successes with animals and essential oils peggy taught at schools and events with her sidekick princess on oil techniques for pets and runs the facebook group peggy's pointers for pets with essential oils. Peggy welcome to the show. How are you doing today doing fine. Thank you so much at the first joy spreading the word for oil for pets and your journey started with princess. Eight years ago that right yes about prince says Princes was my side kick. She was losing for and i was done. The fed just was not giving any results and two trips. A month to the bats was just getting expensive. So i got introduced to this lady sign unseen. She didn't know me. I didn't know her and i went over. She came out sense. Wait -ment ancient statement. And she said he put the sun princess within one week of doing it twice a day on her for. She was growing baby fine for back after after week. Yup
"one week" Discussed on Crystal's Nightcap
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"one week" Discussed on Crystal's Nightcap
"A jacket from banana republic because it's on sales and system memorial day weekend and then he bought one from under armor and i wanted a jacket from but in a republic but of course the i wanted was a special collab- from someone and i had to pay full price for that which really hurt my soul but is a really good cute rain jackets. I'm like whatever like. I'm i know that this is not going to go out of style and then i'm gonna use it a lot and it's really cute so i'm just going to suck it up and by a really good quality rain coat. So he did and then. I bought a backpack. Because i needed a sturdy backpack because brought a janse bore from ross and that was not gonna hold up at all so i bought like a under armour backpack and it was on sale so it was like thirty five bucks i think so..
"one week" Discussed on Crystal's Nightcap
"In new york city in some older apartments they just don't have the technology to hold a washer and dryer and every single unit but near kazan has done a good job of renovating and like trying to keep up with the times. So i'm seeing a lot of units that have in unit washer and dryer. My broker told me that she when she first moved to new york didn't have one in her building and she said she would never do that again. So i want the washer and dryer in my unit. Worst case scenario like on a floor in my building somewhere with a washer and dryer. But i really don't want to have to use a coins and all that. I've never had to do that. Hopefully it'll have to do at this time. But we'll see so i want a washer and dryer. I want a bath tub. And i wants if it's more than three stories definitely want elevator. I don't wanna walk up four stories. That's just not what i wanna do. Also stoop. I wanna really live this. Not a stupid stoop a fire escape. I really wanna live that manhattan. Grungy like fire escape and if my building doesn't have a spot for me to do yoga outside like a rooftop or like a backyard or something like that where i can just get fresh air. I really wanna have my own fire escape. Just to kind of get a breath of fresh air. And just to kind of nuffield congested. Because even though it's only been a week new living in the apartment they're living now. It's i already feel a little a little congested a balcony. I have a whole balcony and balcony. I'm like i need more. I'm used to having my whole front. My friend idaho fat front yard with like patio furniture at home and stuff. Remember in the bay. So that's those are the things that i'm hoping to have now. What else have i been up to. Everything is mad expensive out here. Like imagine going to union square trying to buy groceries like everything is just so so expensive so just buying like fruit and some veggies is gonna run new from fifty dollars to one hundred dollars if you want to add me on top of that. That's going to be another fifty dollars. So if you're getting like fruits and a few a few fruit things and if you veggie things in a little tiny bit of meat that's a good one hundred fifty dollars so i've definitely been trying to grocery shop instead of e al every single day but it's not just me living there. It's me and my little cousin. My little cousin is seven..
"one week" Discussed on Crystal's Nightcap
"So by little fanny. Pack by face masks while colbert is still happening. Go see what you like. I definitely think you're gonna like some things or some sunglasses there as well. Yeah i think that's it. I hope that you had a great memorial weekend. I'm telling you everything that happened this past week and we're getting into it inside of my cave. Crystals cave is a segment word. Talk about me my life my day. We're getting into it right meow. Hello who's in here. it's so dark. What's dripping step on something your now inside. Risk as komo's says he'll be a great a weekend and a week. I am tired. I am so tired of. But i am honestly having the time of my life officially been one week that i've have lived in new york and so much has gone on. I don't even know really where to begin. i think i did mention and the podcast. I know for sure. I mentioned in my socials but for some i think some goes message me crystal. We never heard that part of the podcast about the so long story short. I moved from san francisco to new york city to start a new job. Moving from wild four nine in san francisco and iheart to zoo and hundred and san francisco on iheart and z. One hundred is like the biggest radio station in the world. So i am so happy so lucky to be doing afternoons with maxwell now iheart did put me up and temporary housing zone temporary living space for about two months so me and my little cousin is seven. We moved right. In and the first person that i meet was the concierge of the concierge urge was hot. Af and i thought i really thought that we had some chemistry going on but unfortunately the next time i saw him i found out that he was gay because he started talking to you about these guys out who was trying to grinder and it really does broke my heart so i think that he got the hint. That maybe listened to the podcast. Maybe someone he knows listening to the podcast. But i think he got the hand i was trying to get him and then he had to let me know quick assists your any of your holes at all so unfortunately for me the concierge dan workout but let me tell you other stuff that's been going on so day like three that and a seven. Were checking our new luxury apartment that we're going.
What's the Objective When Presenting an Oral Defense?
"May thirty first twenty twenty one today. I want to talk about the main purpose of presenting an oral defense. Today we are basically concluding the sixteen week course doing research providing or designing and creating a thesis paper around a specific problem that relates to applied linguistics. And we've completed the paper and now we are trying to include the key points from that thesis paper into a twenty minute presentation allowing ten minutes for question and answer. We're at a point now where we have basically one week before we begin with or presentation so i think it's a good time at at this point to stress and just focus again on what our main objective is when we present an oral defense. The objective is simply to present a set of questions one question or two or three questions that relate to the problem to the key point of our thesis paper and in the results and discussion section to answer those questions. That's that's the key point. Make sure that at this point in your preparation. You're putting together ideas in your slides in your powerpoint presentation that number one you have included your research questions just before the method section number two that those research questions are in fact being answered in your results and discussion section. Sometimes it happens where at the end of this whole process. We still are going back to our research questions to slightly modify to tweak maybe tighten our research questions to make sure that we are directly answering those questions. That's very important sometimes. This might mean merging questions. Maybe you're combining two questions into one question maybe. In some cases you're completely removing
Vaccination Clinic Near Boston ‘Takes Fear Away and Adds Fun’
"Week from today. The goal now is to vaccinate as many people as possible. WBZ TV is Christina Rex in Chelsea, with vaccinations up and hospitalizations down in communities hit hardest by covert 19 like here in Chelsea. Things are starting to look up just one week before the state reopen its It looks like a carnival, which balloon animals and slushies believe it or not. This is a Chelsea vaccine clinic, so it's a perfect way to take the fear away and add fun and get people vaccinated. In the final push of Massachusetts effort to stop the spread of covert vaccinations are focused on hard hit communities like Chelsea and on kids. It didn't hurt at all. Honestly, 13 year old Melissa Salgueiro just got her first doats and 11 flushing. It's really nice, honestly, cause they're giving out free stuff, and that's really nice of them. Massachusetts is a U. S leader in vaccinations with 4.2 million people having at least one dose of the vaccine and nearly 3.4 million fully vaccinated. Amazing. I'm obviously so proud of
Runner Cara Enright on Completing the Goggins Challenge
"Speaking of distance and pain caves. How are you feeling you just completed. The goggin challenged you ran for while you know. I'll let you explain it. I'm like you ran. Four by four equals forty eight. Then you can you explain to us the goggin challenge and tell us how you're feeling yes. So first of all props to any interns athletes out there that was so challenging like physically but also mentally. It was so hard. So we teamed up with ask clark who people might know him from the bachelor. He also does release recovery which is in addiction foundation. And we ran. let's see for. I'm very bad at explaining it as well. So every four hours we ran four miles for forty eight hours so over. The course of forty eight hours. We ended up running forty eight miles which coincidentally was the highest mileage. I've ever seen in my life in one week. And i did that in two days so i was very impressed but it was very challenging. I think the hardest part of the challenge wasn't so much the four miles because four miles didn't seem as daunting it was the only four hours in between the four miles and during that time you want to sleep you want to. We were lucky we got to shower during some of them so it was definitely an experience
Tips to Clean Up Your Photography Act
"These are five things that may have slipped through the cracks recently or even longer right even longer but can prove very useful overtime. I one firmware. Updates firmware updates. And i'm usually pretty good about firmware updates. But i had one slip recently is funny. Oh as for my one hundred fujifilm x one hundred. So i saw that a firmware update had been out for a while that i missed and they said oh well let me take a look at that. See what's there and there was all sorts of stuff there including being able to use my x one hundred v as a webcam usb webcam with the new fujifilm webcam app. Which is a big deal. Because that's the camera. That's in my backpack all the time. If i can use that as a webcam i can. You know work from the road. Which is exactly what i did. I was down at my mom's housing. The the kids turn kinda hanging out and visiting her and all that sort of stuff. And so i was down there in southern california visit and it was the first day of my phone of pro photography workshop and so i was able to use the x one hundred v as my webcam instead of the pen that i have set up here at the studio and it worked great in here i was. I was all setup. I had my laptop out. The little microphone had my excellent hundred v. broadcasting from my mom's dining room. It looked fabulous. It actually did. I'm surprised that some people didn't ask me the second week of what happened to that cool backdrop that you had the first week the probably thinking it and just You know too polite to mention it to me
The Epic Games vs. Apple Trial Has Begun. Here's What You Need to Know
"What we are not going to enter is the end stage of apple versus epic. Not my best segue. But i'm sticking to. I was wondering wasn't great but at a year it's week two of the trial. The first week involved a lot of executives on the stand a lot of internal emails. I would say everybody was a little loosey. Goosey with document production this week. It's a bunch of experts like antitrust experts and things have tightened up a little bit. But there's still a lot going on. Yeah so it's we had one day of more executives. The most fun weird thing of the week happened which was that. They fought over a banana. And then since then we've had three days of expert witnesses who are just getting into incredibly exhaustive detail about how you define the market that everyone is fighting over. Yes so if you are coming to this cold. And i am so sorry. If you're coming the chest in the middle of a little jealous you're coming to this. Cold apple makes the iphone. Is you mean. We're not now on the iphone. Starting here if you are coming to the verge cassie not apple on the iphone are god bless you. You're out of your comfort zone. And i applaud you but apple iphone to do an inept purchase for most things. You open the app you want to buy something for anything digital apple takes a thirty percent cut trish mall developer they take a smaller cut but for big developers at scouts. Thirty percent that rules on bendable epic which makes night which to bend this rule. They put fortnight on the phone and they issue a hot fix. Their word is part of something called project liberty also their word where they put their own payment system into fortnight bypassing. Apple's payment system apple kicks him off the store. Epic files antitrust lawsuit. Here we are
Birth Care for Every Body
"The reality. According to the cdc about seven hundred women die each year in the united states from complications related to their pregnancy. And the thing is is that you know this country says it is the most modern advanced industrialized and so it's seven hundred women. Every year is too many and black and indigenous. People are two to three times more likely to die from pregnancy related issues than their white counterparts. The relationship with the medical field and doctors and whether or not we as people of color can have a say over how we are treated probably is one of the factors here earlier this month representative corey. Bush testified before the house oversight committee about her own experiences during childbirth. Let's take a listen around five months. I went to see my doctor for a routine prenatal visit. As i was sitting in the doctor's office. I noticed a picture on the wall. They said if you feel like something is wrong. Something is wrong. Tell your doctor. I felt like something was wrong. So so that's what i did. I told my doctor. I told her that. I was having severe pains. And she said oh. No you're fine. you're fine. Go home. And i'll see you next time. So that's what i did. I went home one week later. I went into preterm labor. Twenty three weeks. My son was born one pound three ounces. his ears were still in his head. His eyes were still fused shut. His fingers were smaller than rice. And his skin was translucent. A black baby translucence. Can you could see his lungs. He could fit within the palm of my hand. We were told he had zero percent chance of life. The chief of neonatal surgery happened to be in the hospital that morning and saw my case on the surgical board and she decided to try to resuscitate him. It worked for the first month of his life as i was on a ventilator fighting to live for four months he was in the neo. Natal care unit. The doctor who deliver my son apologized. She said you were right. And i didn't listen to you. Give me another chance to us later. I was pregnant again. So i went back to her sixteen weeks. I went for an ultrasound at the clinic and saw different doctor. Who was working that day. I found out again. I was in preterm labor. The doctor told me that the baby was going to abort i said. No you have to do something. But he was adamant he said. Just go home. let it aboard. You can get pregnant again. Because that's what you people do. Mr kelly was with me. We didn't know what to do after the doctor left. So we saw a chair sitting sitting in the hallway. My sister picked up the chair. She threw it down the hallway. Nurses came running from everywhere to see what was wrong. A nurse called my doctor and she put me on a stretcher. The next morning by doctor came in and places arklow on my uterus and i was able to carry my baby my daughter my angel who is now twenty years old. My son who was saved is now twenty one years old. This is what desperation looks like that chair flying down the hallway. This is what being your own advocate. Looks
The First Weeks and Months of Sobriety, Recovery
"Today. I'm going to dip my baby toe into this online discussion that is happening in the world around sobriety and recovery n. Wet these words. Mean as i said i'm only going to dip my toe my baby toe into it because i don't really want to add my opinion to the plethora of opinions that are out there regarding this battle of what it really means to be sober. At least not right now main mainly because i don't think it really does us all that much good to you know. Oh argue about these things as far as terminology goes they're pretty clear. Cut if you wanna get down to the nitty gritty definition and. I'm not much into the whole influence sir or broadening definition to be quote more inclusive. Not that that's a bad thing. However i do think again muddies the water for the work that we need to do. If we want to be abstinent moderate get sober stay sober and be in recovery therefore the topic. I want to focus on today. Is those first few weeks and months of sobriety slash recovery. What to expect an equally if not more important. What to prioritize is. Let's start with some of the benefits of sobriety because most of us want to focus on. Okay what is this gonna get me. I'm going to name three. That i think are probably the most motivational and the first one is clarity. Clear earth thinking when we're using a substance we severely affect our ability to have healthy cognition 's even when that use is light or moderate.
Trial Date Set for Missouri Couple Mark and Patricia McCloskey
"Who confronted protesters with weapons as they marched past their home last summer. A judge in ST Louis has set child her mark and Patricia McCloskey for the first week of November. Their attorney had asked that their case go back to the grand jury to essentially start the process all over again, arguing that the grand jury was tainted by a biased prosecutor. Prosecutor. The circuit attorney for ST Louis, Kim Gardner was removed from the Mcclosky case after she highlighted the case and campaign fundraising Emails theater knee for the McCloskey's argued that even though she was removed it all may have biased the grand jury. McCloskey's have been charged with unlawful use of a weapon and evidence tampering after appearing on their lawn holding weapons as protesters marched by Jessica Rosenthal Fox
Ep. 447 - Where the Money Resides: Compound Interest - TEST
"Talking about it but like temperatures are up. Temperatures rising temperatures rising. I'm also going on vacation. Ooh yup nice nice now. Is that a One that you drive to. And everything's like nice and safe and serene Nice and safe and serene. Yes just not driving. Okay all right not try listeners. Need to know where you're headed and if you'd be responsible i'm i'm definitely being responsible. This is responsible vacation for sure. I've taken all the proper measures improper. Things need you to make back. Okay definitely gonna make it back that plan for play But yeah. I'm excited about my first week. Asian and twenty twenty one. I am too much deserve. My kids are like afraid to go anywhere. I've been trying to do like just be like we're going somewhere today and i promise you if they have a fun and then we like. Let's let's do more fun. Things we gone to target. That's a struggle. Yeah it ends up in an emotional fight year. They're like literally afraid like vampires them and take them to a beach Like somewhere that is covert responsible. I don't take them to a theme park. Like i don't know if that's that's what we're ready for. That and i was thinking about a waterpark. No no it's going to be indoor waterpark. All no so. I'm saying no but i'm not gonna act like i have not seen several people on my timeline. Taking their children to the indoor waterpark. But i will say. Don't go by your timeline. because people are wild. They're going
How Do I Know If My Child Has an Eating Disorder?
"How can you tell if your child has an eating disorder. I think there's very discreet and obvious things to point to. And there's also like the gut feeling there's a gut feeling so in the experts. I interviewed there. Like if your gut is telling you to be worried you should pay attention to that and get your kid checked out by a physician but then there are other things you can see so it you know this. This mother describes a really beautifully. If like this you know eating very little and then exercising very intensively In one week. And and what what you hear and that is actually a joyousness to it right. The food has become an enemy. It is something to be avoided and minimized and controlled and contained an exercises. Become like a punishment. You do it in this. You know really like kind of Obsessive and intensive way. You're seeing that like you should be worried. And then this other also describes eating everything in sight and in a being very you know. lopping on couch. I think is what she said. So if you're seeing your kid hoard food or huge volumes of food or foods disappearing or you're discovering rappers. You know things like that could either be binge eating which is a disorder in its own right or blaming me which is binge eating and then what. We call compensatory behaviors like vomiting or intensive exercise or use of laxatives. Diuretics if you have a sense that any of that is going on goody or physician and and one of the things that we know to be true about eating disorders is they are sneaky day Sneak up on people quickly. They can take hold very quickly and can become medically unstable very quickly. If you're worried don't wait and watch get a physician involved.
How Much Time off Should You Give Your Team?
"Having a clear and definitive policy on time off for your teammates is super important. We've tried all different kinds of things in our business. Having a policy not having one limited leave limited leave and we learn lessons along the way. And i'll share some of those lessons in today's episode but before we begin. I want to give you a little case. Study thought was really interesting. The team over a base camp the run a software company. They have a team of a little over sixty employees. They had an unlimited leave policy in place. Meaning you can have as many days off as you like. Holiday sick doesn't matter and they implement this policy to say. Hey we want to make sure that you are taking the time off you need and we trust you. The problem is is that it didn't work. In fact people took less time off than when they had a policy when they had a limited number of days. If for example you have an unlimited policy in somebody had fifteen days off. And then somebody else had seventies off from one year. Nearly three days often one year that person who took fifteen days off just by nature feels guilty. Feels like i took too many days and can't help feel self conscious about you know the time they're taking off versus if they had elite policy where they can't take fifteen days would have felt like. Hey i use the days. That i was given and i didn't do anything wrong so it was interesting when basic him shared this whole case. Study this whole experience that people do need parameters people do need a policy now our team at one hundred on ba and webinar ninja. They're based around the world. We have people working on four different continents twenty plus team members. It's really interesting because we're all somewhere different in the world meaning. We have different local holidays over national holidays and different standards for time off in the us. For example some companies. Don't even give two weeks. Some people give one week in your first year employment in two weeks of the year after versus some other countries like in europe or they're given five and six weeks vacation so you need to figure out what's best for your company
Inside an Unprecedented Week in Ontario Politics
"Rawlings. This is the big story. Cynthia mulligan is park reporter for city. New she is also perhaps the person best equipped to explain why a ford government does what it does. Hello cynthia hello jordan. Have you ever covered a week like this in provincial politics. Well no no not at all. I mean the only thing that i can say was as as unprecedented was when patrick browns suddenly stepped down. But but this is so much different Because so many lives are at stake and it is truly being an unprecedented. Few days in in provincial politics like no one has ever seen before i mean. We had police openly revolt against a provincial directive. We had the government spinning and reversing major major a major announcement less than twenty four hours later and literally brought to its knees with public outrage. So this is absolutely unprecedented. Maybe take us back One week ago Because i want to kind of walk through how everything happened. So it's you know it's thursday last week Cases are really high and people are screaming for the government to do something what were you. What were you guys at queens park thinking. What were you expecting At that point well we've seen this unfold before numbers rise. We hear ominous rumblings that the modeling is going to be really bad the modeling and then doug ford comes out a sombre doug ford comes out and then makes a new announcement about how they're going to crack down so we knew that that was coming. What was unusual is usually the modeling comes out on thursday and then and then the announcement might come out the next day but what happened. This time is the modeling. Didn't come out until the friday morning. Ontario is already setting records for new cases. Look at where the province is now an all time high of more than forty seven hundred new cases today if current trends continue look at what the modeling forecast cases could soar to eighteen thousand cases a day with eighteen hundred patients in intensive care by the end of next month. And i
"one week" Discussed on Majority 54
"I want to invite people into that conversation. I think it's really important for us. So rule number one for me as intra-party or inter coalition debate. We need to model tolerance. Something that we've talked about before. Which is i think it is. Okay for somebody to have of you. Were there more uncomfortable than i am. And i'm probably more uncomfortable than other people on the left On this but like the guy a range of ideas about how do we treat group classification. Because i don't think it's an easy question right. I don't think it's an easy question to decide. Hey we're gonna we're gonna do things to remedy this on justice for this group and we're going to give that coop special treatment. I don't think it's an easy question about where to draw the line between that group and others. I certainly a very strong opinions about doing that. Over certain historical injustices like slavery. And this is. This is largely with the supreme court. Said you know it says that if you have a compelling state interest which for instance like rubbing the justice of slavery is as compelling as interest as you can have you can give special treatment to groups based on race alien alien agenda and national origin. If you can't find a less restrictive way to do it and that's kind of where we've been right. But i just ruled over one is like let's be. Let's be tolerant of this debate for people who are doing good faith and then to is. Examine your assumptions on us in. Engaged the debate for real like And i think you know on our podcast trying to do this right which is to when my brother says. Here's the experience of asian americans in. Here's what i'm worried about. My son i don't dismiss that i. I hope that people listen to that and said don't want like they weren't defending a position. Like i was legitimate. Listening to my brother who i know is not just making this up to try to make an argument. It's something he's legitimately worried about. And i hope that's how people move forward in this debate which is to say. Don't dig in. You know if if somebody is giving you good reason to believe that they're doing this in good faith. Examine your options alongside of them. Maybe they'll move. Maybe you'll move to and maybe that's what this whole project is about. We always say how important it is to personalize things and it is but the other side of that coin. Is that when someone offers you their personal experience. You don't attack their personal experience like that that is going to be very counterproductive. You acknowledge it you take into consideration and then maybe you share yours or you give them another way to potentially think about it. But will you don't do is say. Will you forming that opinion based on personal experience of yours. That's not okay. you're not woke. you're racist i. That's not going to get anybody anywhere right. Yeah i think people on the left knee and understand that. Like if you believe for instance in equity as like somebody like even candy beliefs right he. He has his quote that the only remedy for past discrimination is present discrimination. I want people to understand that. Just because you believe that doesn't make that something that the people you need to move are going to believe overnight. That is a hard thing to convince a lot of people of and i think obama's really good on this. Which is like you have to do the work. If that's what you truly believe getting somebody to believe that that if you're using kennedy's framework that they are then going to be subject to present discrimination requires that work that we talk about the idea that it may not be your fault but it's responsibility and just how much work it takes to get people to buy into. That is not something. That's just going to happen overnight. It's going to take a a larger civic reawakening in this country for grabbing or don't have organization for you this week we just figured we haven't mentioned the t shirt and a while and honestly i actually put it on it kind of made it up to the top of the pile last night in my in my drawer and put it on and i said to my wife this is. This is not something. I'm just making up now. I said you know this is actually a really good t shirt so you can start conversations like the one that we just had and you can start him with.
"one week" Discussed on Majority 54
"Parking garage. During the inauguration into this pretty extensively they did have to sleep on our floor of garage it because biden order them to it just seems like a screw up within the national guard itself and the capitol police who seem to miscommunicate something about them like these troops sleeping in the senate offices etc. But it's not something by norger or knew about i at the capitol police when on record saying that they don't think there were any members of congress who let alone ordered it who were even aware that it was happening And then let me say like look if somebody made national guard troops sleep on the floor and the garage like yeah. That was on cool. And you know unthinking and whatever. I promise that those troops have slept on frigging floor before like i mean it's and they were probably irritated about it but they weren't like. Oh my god i can't like much time you spend in the army just waiting for things and you just lay on a like. I've slept on a lot of floors indoors and outdoors. I ain't saying like it's no big deal that that happened. I'm just saying like the scandal of the century like we sent people to war without armor like can we. Can we get some frigging perspective on this place. There's a lot of these damn trying to mention are part of a wider narrative. So i'm trying not to mention one offs the wider narrative here and it was combined with this meam that the troops were turning our back on biden issues. Going through which. I'll talk about as i didn't even see that's chore ship and it turns out to be. Yeah they they turn their back as part of you securing securing it. Yeah it's like. I don't even have to tell me i haven't even seen the me can instantly tell you that if i had been if i were still in the garden and i were mobilized and sent there i would be under no illusions that i would be watching the inauguration. I would understand that. I would be in three sixty security facing out. You don't even have. I don't know anything about this. And i can already tell you. That's what yeah. The wider narrative is that the troops hate biden now. Last time i checked it was a military times during the election that had biden winning majority of soldiers right. I first time in many many years that the democrat was projected to actually win the majority of active duty votes from soldiers. Which i may have spent on the pod before but i wanna point at the military doesn't lean conservative because it's the military. The military leans conservative. Because if you show me any workplace in the united states where it is disproportionately drawn from the midwest and the south and four out of five people who work there are men than it's going to be disproportionately conservative. The fact that the military voted more for biden in for trump means that a whole lot of people turned against their ancestral republican roots and voted opposite of their parents and their brothers and their sisters is what happened right. And i think this is the way to attack this kind of stuff which is could situate these claims within larger trends because almost always the related to a larger trend or larger storyline that the that whatever forces lurking in the background are trying to tie together a narrative and so their choice to attack that narrative one is is in the concrete sense of what the exact claim is and then the other is to get the larger truth that they're trying to tell think it's important to go both ways and you know it's it's it's like going to the gym every couple every couple of weeks or every week. It's important for us to keep going back to these build of like the strength and muscle memory to take these kinds of things on and then over time you'll be adapted nearby. All right yeah. I know that specific claim. And i know the larger thing you're trying to say i can operate on both levels. Good point was exonerated during. So there's some bad faith stuff and some misinformation. And then. I want to pivot to every week or so. I wanna i wanna get to some of the good faith arguments that are out there and so there are people some of which we had on this podcast. I think mike murphy is an example of one of them who are people who who were part of our coalition that elected biden. Who are critiquing. Biden's moved from What what we call equality to what we call equity and there. There's a sizable enough group. I think both within our coalition certainly in our country who are uncomfortable with using a group identity too much to dictate policy in giving people what they view as special privileges within government based on identity. And i think the distinction here the way that the critique is going is that equality as it was understood is equality of opportunity which i think most of these critic support and then they're viewing equity as equality of outcome Which they do not support. And there's a big debate. Raging here like andrew sullivan. Pretty notable anti-trumpers are starting to take on biden over this. How do we handle this. This is like a big intro. Intra coalition There's a definite outside coalition fight from people who some some of whom are not well intentioned but there's definitely an intra coalition fight raging about this or at least starting. How do we handle is what i like about. This is that it is reminiscent of what the larger debate in this country. Used to be like this used to be left right debate and a good indication of how much the coalition is expanded is. This is now a debate happening within the coalition right. So that's that's a good sign also is pretty good demonstration of how extreme those outside the coalition actually are at this point but to me. I don't make a distinction really between and equality. Because i don't and i know this is how they characterize it but i don't think of it as a difference between equality of opportunity and equality of outcome because to me. That's not the debate. We're having like when when you're trying to rectify or or create some justice around past injustices which is basically like affirmative action. Like when you're trying to do some version of affirmative action when it comes to actual resources like where the covid vaccine is gonna go where You know investment money and communities is gonna go like. Yeah that's equity and not a quality but it's in order to have a shot at equality of opportunity right and this makes me think of is. I can remember many times in missouri politics. Having people say to me about you know parts of saint louis or parts of kansas city and this is not just conservatives. This is democrats as well who would say. Well you know what's really needed is the black community. It's leaders really need to step up and that used to just really irritate me and it also was a pretty big giveaway. A tell that you hadn't spent much time in the black community because there's no shortage of leaders stepping up what there is a shortage of is money is a shortage of resources and investment. And so you can have all the rules you want about it being equal opportunity for folks. You have other laws you want. But the fact is like if there's no money in your community and if there's a lack of tax base in order to put a really quality education on the table for somebody when the if that's not a quality of outcome that's a lack of equality of opportunity and at the end of the day like you can have leaders community. Step up all you want but without money behind it. There's nothing they can do. Yeah i think this operates on two levels right so a lot of the folks making these claims point. One they make is that they're not allowed to even have this conversation. That's what that's what they say. Now i want to acknowledge that. I've been in in some rooms where that's true like where people get shut down. There's only one point of view does a certain version of the left where that has been true in the past new majority fifty four. Certainly not that we've had on. My brother made this argument before about not wanting to be treated in a group but wanting to be treated as individual Mike murphy certainly made that claim were now bringing up. Andrew sullivan's argument. This is something that we were not afraid of this debate number one..
"one week" Discussed on Majority 54
"Was basically that a bunch of anarchists in portland had like a really bad protests protests on the west coast can violent turn riders burning american flags. They burned joe biden flag. They smashed windows and vandalized ice building. You know we're going to. We got a lot of feedback that people want us to talk about. What is it cetera. So we will make sure that in future podcasts. We go through that. But i'll say this just on this claim. This group of anarchists set biden opposes. They had signs at would affect point to that. Were anti biden and this was this has been a protest an a in many ways a violent demonstration. That's been going on since way before a riot. What it is i mean. That's i don't wanna. I don't wanna walk into that criticism by the right that we call violent protests one side because this is neither right nor left anyway. But it's a riot going on during the trump administration continuing into the biden administration. Another element of the of the stuff. That's going on in portland. That i think is important to point out to people when they bring it up is not only were they saying that They wanted revenge. They didn't and they wanted prevent. They also attacked the democratic party headquarters. So it's okay. That is what i would say to people like. You know. we don't actually have to every enemy of the country every every person who acts out against the country. We don't actually have to decide whether they're on the right or the left like some people can just be enemies like the insurrectionists yes they were incited by the right but what we would prefer. Is that everybody in politics them as an enemy of this country as domestic terrorists. And somebody who you know burns down or down party headquarters and wants revenge and wednesday anarchy like that's not on the right or the left like enemy of the united states. I've said this all year. You know this is. This claim that people on the left have the double standard on this. I'm sure there are people on the left to have that. But i can only say that biden is not one of them by the way but i'm against people burning down buildings attacking innocent people and attacking innocent people businesses. No matter what your causes just against it and this is like an example where. There's not even a strong connection to biden in any way in quite the opposite and even after was Biden has been pretty consistent and condemning violence And certainly doesn't instigate it. There's this other claim that gas prices are going up. Part of a larger narrative related to certain policy areas so like cancelled keystone excel pipeline. Stuff like that now to be fair like there is a version of gas prices could go up if biden does certain things like there are certain there's consequences of wanting to drill less or by move to more energy independence etc. That stuff doesn't play out in a couple of days. And there are claiming that the gas prices were going to fifty cents per gallon. Were they actually went up two cents per gallon in that period of time. So i think that's like an easy one to dismiss but like keep your eye on the larger debate about fossil fuels. Because you know we should be honest as a consequence of moving away from fossil fuels. They're going to be jobs lost. They're gonna you know keystone excel for example where there are a lot of jobs. Some of them were temporary somewhere more permanent that are going to be lost if we stopped drilling there and like we should just be honest about that. I would point to the fact that at the end of this administration or during the midterm elections. Just say when somebody saying jobs are being lost et cetera. Just be like okay. Wait. let's wait till the next election. And then we can assess biden's record of jobs or not and see what his policies have driven like has created more jobs from things that he's done or not we gauge this week to week. You now what you don't want to do. A warning to liberals at there is. Because i i see a lot of liberals who think that there's something to celebrate about when jobs and oil and gas are lost her when jobs in coal are lost. No and it's not as. I think we should acknowledge it's not as simple as like. Oh they'll be retrained like look. It's it's not anywhere near the numbers of jobs that the like this post and the other misinformation is claiming. It's like fifty jobs but that's fifty people who are gonna lose their jobs. And i think that you have credibility with somebody when you acknowledge like that's a problem. It's not so great of a problem in so great a number that the the larger reasons for for doing s for trying to move towards clean energy and that sort of thing shouldn't be gone after and we should absolutely go to work to make sure that people who are displaced from those kind of jobs that we we moved them into other opportunities. But like don't be sensitive about it. Yeah it'd be a jerk. Don't don't be like oh that's fine. We don't need those jobs like those are humans and you should remember that. Yeah i think there's like at very natural human tendency to see like ben shapiro. Somebody weaponising staff in bad faith. And then you wanna be like. No jobs aren't being lost. But like when you cancel keystone excel pipeline. There are people working on that that i was working on the next thing. You can't teach the code and twenty four hours. You know like the thing that we just need to be honest about. I'm the couple of other quick things here. There's this meam out there that everybody's i'm sure has had to deal with in some form or another about biden. Having to make national guard troops sleep on the floor.
"one week" Discussed on Majority 54
"Quarantine corner. Look i'm not going to gloat about the outcome of the afc championship. Because you know. I was you three years ago and i know what it feels like. Have your team comes so close and then those and you know. I'm excited for the bills. But anyway i'm not going to gloat about it instead. I'm just going to talk about the experience of actually went to that game and it felt very twenty nineteen ish you know now. We were wearing masks. Andy was socially distanced than they. They only you know. let twenty percent. Yeah people let's positive for a second just so listeners. Know like you are among the most careful people. I know when it comes to cove it and so like this wasn't like a small decision for you like you went about it in a safe way and it was outside. Want to point that out. Because i don't want people think like you're just like hanging out and stadiums all time. Yeah no no. I appreciate it and also it was something that so my brother had brought up the idea of going to me and i was like kind of on the fence. And then a couple of days later There's an article in the kansas city star. About the fact that the chiefs had successfully gone the entire season without a single transmission of covid while having twenty percent fans the entire time because of their protocols. And i was like all right. I'm gonna do this. I'm sold and so i went and we messed up. It was me my brother buddy from college. And then my buddy brian who i run vendors smeeting project with and brian is like. He's like this champion tailgater. He's always been a tailgate guy and of course he hasn't been able to do it on time and so the four of us went. And we're like 'cause this is kansas city so we're crazy so they're allowing tailgating as well so but it's all distanced and so we went and we messed up and we said let's go ahead and set up a grill and we did we like eight food in a parking lot for five hours in the cold and he set up his tv and we watch the nfc championship game and and we played bags. You know it was like a little bit like real life and then we went into the stadium and like its kansas city. So cheese fans can get loud even when there's five of them and it was incredible man get to watch the trophy presentation. I ate some nachos you know other than wearing a mask and people going up and down the aisle and like you know getting mad at anybody who wasn't wearing their mask which was great. It felt a lot like twenty nineteen and it made me just excited about the fact that so much progress is being made on vaccines and that there's sort of a light at the end of the tunnel now and it. Just oh man. It felt really good. Also we are going to the super bowl again so that was a bit of a cherry on top. Yeah well congratulations ed. If we're gonna lose rather lose decisively because the bills have had such tragic very strange in disappointing losses like the music city miracle on the last kick off the scott norwood wide wide right like i don't talk about this publicly but i watch very little of actual bills games because i care so much so actually once you scored the first touchdown you and i had the same reaction with with opposite valence which is pretty much newer. We're going to lose that game pretty early in the second quarter just because we couldn't stop you guys in balan clearly seemed off and so i did not watch the second half of the game. I i'm staying in an airstream which is my real quarantine corner update at moved into this weekend. It's this really cool. Air shamanic view. Follow me on instagram. I put a lot of content on it. It's just a beautifully done airstream by the ocean. And so i just kinda came back to my airstream kinda chilled out knowing that the the bills had lost. I didn't even check the scores the next morning because i just knew what went down down our hope. I don't know if it's any consolation. But now the chiefs get to go to the super bowl and avenge the bills by beating. Tom brady this week and misinformation. It's kind of an exciting week for this topic just because we are in charge so it feels a little bit less desperate and dark but we have a new structure. I think of the misinformation economy same after same tactics etc but now that the vitamin underway. The misinformation is now trickling out or flooding out as a way to de-legitimize him from day one and build a narrative that the world is is kind of going to hell in biden's administration and it's gotten almost comically so like he's been president for now a week as we record this podcast and there are things flying over the internet saying that basically the country has gone to hell in a couple of days and there is one facebook post that i was just looking at from politifact where they kind of fact check this facebook post to ten different things that have now gone to hell a in one week chief has taken over. Gas prices are up biden. Made troops sleep on the floor of a parking garage losing jobs. He wants to surrender iran. And i just want to prepare. Listen for this and we wanted to kick off the biden era saying that this is going to be a mainstay for you and i just wanted to open up the discussion. S like how you handle these kinds of claims Do you have any idea jason. Were i think one thing that is at least good is that we had to work a little harder to figure out exactly what the viral misinformation is because president trump doesn't have a twitter account anymore so that i i hope is is a reason for some optimism but yeah i mean i think that the way to handle it is to focus on the larger policy areas but i do think he got to defend it so and this by the way was a private citizens facebook account and it just went viral. Because there's such a thirst out there for bullshit like this. That feeds that emotional. Need to believe that your vote for trump was the correct one and so should we just roll through these a few of these. So there's this disclaim that mtpa quote unquote taking over..
"one week" Discussed on Majority 54
"Entire party seems to have shifted a lot on a lot of issues over time so i think in just like for decent for for reasons of intellectual integrity. It's important to take into account new evidence as it comes in. I think the martin part of new evidence that's going to sway mansion cinema to the centers. Any is going to be attempted passage of bills that they care about better being stymied by republicans over and over again so i think listeners would be prepared to see a lot of good legislation. Die before we can change the filibuster. But there's this thing called reconciliation. Which i don't truly understand but from what i understand if there are certain things that are strictly budgetary so like expanding funding for covid or for healthcare cetera. Those things can pass just on on a fifty one vote margin where things that are not strictly budgetary like voting rights. Act or adding dc as a state would not pass muster on that. I don't completely understand. The distinction is cases. But that seems at least reason for hope there are some things that will still get done but there are just so many really important thing. I mean i just go back to president obama at john. Lewis's funeral you wanna job. That's on by revitalizing the law that he was willing to die for john wouldn't want us to stop. They're trying to get back to where we already were. Once we pass the john lewis voting rights that we should keep much he talked about the voting rights act and all the things that needed to be done and he said and if that means getting rid of the filibuster than that's we'll have to do and he was completely right and none of that has changed honestly at this point. If you are opposed to getting rid of the filibuster you are functionally opposed to the john. Lewis voting rights act and that's totally unacceptable as a member of this party. So if you're anything like me listeners. You come from a family and maybe a culture and neighborhood where asking for mental health help is just taboo. Better help makes it as easy as possible to just take that critical step and get professional. Counseling obviously very open about the fact. That i'm a big believer in therapy. It's been a big part of my life. And i decided to talk to my person because i'm working on this book. That has a lot of heavy material. And i just wrote an entire chapter about afghanistan and like it was sort of like i was half in afghanistan and half here for about a week and it just made for a little bit of a difficult week from a mental health perspective. It wasn't you know tragic. I wasn't careening is just uncomfortable. And so i talked to somebody so you don't need some big event or some big reason you just all you need is to say you know what i think. I might feel better if i did this. And i'll mention the obvious which is in this era of covid. It's great to use a service where you don't have to necessarily show to an office and i know a lot of majority fifty four listeners. Come from rural areas. You know the nearest office might not be that close and so they have licensed professional counselors specialize in.
"one week" Discussed on Majority 54
"Private prison story real quick that i can't remember if i've told on the spot before but it's just to me. It's like the ultimate like taking the private prison idea and like the privatization everything to its logical conclusion. And how stupid. It is so first of all. I like you said the idea that private prisons are even exist is horrendous. But here's where it ends up going. I remember when i was in the state legislature. There were always in there still are always attempts to do carve outs and carve outs are just. Hey you know there's this law there's this rule that exists we're going to go ahead and exempt this industry from this and this is done constantly and it's almost always pushed by republicans not exclusively but almost always like hey to be pro business. We're going to say that you know the best known. Examples gun manufacturers. They're carved out from regular civilized ability. Like that sort of thing so the other piece of context you have to know is that this is my first term in the house which meant it was a republican majority but it was the closest republican majority that i ever saw so it was eighty nine to seventy four so every once in a while we we had a chance to win and amendment but we almost never one on a bill and this is one where we actually just barely won because what it was the dude got up and his bill was to exempt private prison companies from the state's law. That said that you had to report an escape within twenty four hours. This was a real thing that was proposed. a lot of people voted for unbelievable in his his rationale. Was you know they don't have as much staff. They don't have as much resources. It's difficult for them to do this as quickly as regular prisons and of course a bunch of us were getting up. And we're like well then. Maybe they shouldn't be in the fucking prison business so that's where this stuff eventually goes right is like you know i mean it's not fair to make the private prisons report escapes of prisoners as fast as regular prisons. Yeah anyway that got defeated a rare defeat bill on the floor. I mean just borough thank god you know if you've ever spent a lotta time in certain pockets of america. You know deep south being one area where this is a particular problem where spent about six years of my life. You have a combination of elected judges in private prisons and just a shitload racism and so what you wind up. Having his a an incentive in some cases for the judges to send people as many people as possible prison there's documented cases of quotas which is unbelievable. Where because you have to meet certain job requirements in your town. You wanna send as many people as possible to prison because it's an industry. It's terrible i it needs to be stopped at. I'm glad to buy administration took the step. It's a good example for people listening when you're having these arguments with family members or whoever about this idea of regulating industry like why does it make sense to regulate certain industries and you go back to the idea of there are certain functions that work better when the government either does it or has a somewhat heavy hand because the prophet motivation is so strong and i would analogize this to win like orthopedic surgeons also own. Mri testing centers right. It's like yeah. Obviously they're incentivized to order all sorts of is that maybe are needed. Maybe are not but every time they send you over for a test. It's money in their pocket coming from your insurance company which obviously raises the cost of everything. Well that's a bit of market failure just like having elected judges and private. Prisons is a market failure. As a kid. I used to argue in my neighborhood that my dentist was doing that when it came to wisdom teeth removal and i just never got my wisdom. Teeth removed And i never had a consequence for it now listeners. Don't follow my example. I have never google this. I have no idea whether it's evidence-based but that's the kind of skeptical lunatic. That i was as a kid will Gonna give some credence to to your skepticism. Which is i remember. When i first went to college and i moved to dc. I lived in an apartment building that had a dentist on the first floor. And then i had a dentist back home. A real young guy. And this dennis back home had i had never had a cavity and all of a sudden this dentist had back home at the time has drilled on like three or four teeth or he drilled onto and he was like the next to next four. Cavities and you will get the next to next time. I was like all right then. I go out and pretty soon. The army says hey. You need a dental exam and i was like okay. This is dennis downstairs. So i go downstairs and the dennis downstairs was like an older guy. Who'd been in practice a long time and he doesn't dental exam and he's like you're all good and i was like you didn't find the two cavities. He's like what two cabinet and tell them the story and he says you dennis back home. Is he like in his thirties. Young guy twenties or thirties like yeah and he goes. Yeah that's normal. He's building this practice. You probably didn't need my god. Well listeners if our producer. Eddie let us keep this whole dentist thing in Send us a voicemail. If you're a dentist because i'm sure it just by of statistics. We have some dentists out there and defend yourself. Let me just say. I go to dr jared williamson city. And he's fantastic. I'm i'm not an anti just apparently had a bad dentist point rounding out the news of the week monday evening mcconnell relented and agreed to a power sharing agreement with the democrats which basically means we have the majority. It's a little complicated and as you've probably heard a before neither of us really truly understand how the senate works. I'm not sure if the senate understands how the senate works up one. Notable part of this is that busy mcconnell wanted the democrats to agree not to remove the filibuster in exchange for basic giving us our democratic majority that the voters donna gave us like. It's not even just a majority. I think we have tens of millions of more votes in these elections than they do but never mind that they wanted a promise that we wouldn't get rid of the filibuster weeding give it to them but notably senators mansion in cinema. Both made statements reiterating that they would preserve the filibuster And mansion said in this two year term of the senate which i found interesting But there were other notable democrats who made statements that i found reassuring one was jon tester. Who's generally skeptical of removing the filibuster. And he said. I feel pretty damn strongly meaning about keeping the filibuster but also tell you this. I'm here to get things done. If all that happens is filibuster after filibuster role black after rohbock than my opinion may change out. You have to say kudos to you. Jon tester. I thought that was really good. Statement in puts republicans on notice on butcher. This concern us jason We still have two democratic senators. Who won't remove the filibuster which means a lot of the things we care about. A lot of things you in tabs all talked about a couple of weeks ago are gonna be really hard to accomplish with a filibuster place. Yeah it concerns me. And it's for the very reason that you've brought up. And that we've been talking about the last few episodes. Which is there's really important shift that has to get done like it's gonna affect people's lives. Everything from the voting rights act to commonsense gun legislation. I mean there's so many things that you know this is this is the opportunity to do it. And the second reason is a political one. Which is we have to deliver some things. And if we don't deliver some things there will be political consequence for that and yeah like they're wrong like i. I don't really know. Joe manchin very well. I know senator cinema decently well. They're wrong like and i would tell her that i was just wrong and we have to do it. I i haven't given up hope. Because i do think that if there ever was a time in our politics that allows people to change their minds. It's the current environment that we're in right now. I think we we just came from a situation where the president changes mind like between one tweets of the next on the same day or just forgot what previous positions were in. Certainly didn't pay the kind of political costs. We.
"one week" Discussed on Majority 54
"I'm jason candor and this is majority fifty four the podcast that helps americans who voted for progress convince those who didn't to join majority robbie what's been going on this week. Well excited to report on biden first week in the united states and he's really hit the ground running to use over use cliche. He's been really focused on covert which is really refreshing. And they've been putting out continuous information about how they're shifting to a more aggressive response to covid big this week r biden had originally said he wants to get to a hundred million vaccinated in his first hundred days. And he's now up that to at least one point five million vaccinations days the goal now And that's what they're shooting for. He's also announced a few other measures. mask mandate on federal property abandoned certain countries that are very high. Risk covid wise South africa being one of them and just in general It seems like the government is consolidating. A decision making Just taking this very seriously you get the sense that this is an administration that's waking up every single day with with cova as the top priority. Yeah it really. It feels like someone's in charge. And you know what i've been thinking about. Ever since inauguration is i remember learning in the army that there's a special feeling that goes with being led. Well like whether it's your boss at work your your mom or your dad like whoever it is like you know when you're lead well and i remember in the army like when i was serving under a good leader which often but not always there is a reassurance and comfort and excitement about being led. Well you know. One of the biggest criticism of the previous administration that the buck never seemed to stop in the oval office. And you get the sense that biden's waking up every single day just saying this is my responsibility. There are no tweets attacking state officials. You know they're they're on international fights over who started the virus which is now a over a year now since the virus was first discovered. You know it's such a totally pointless exercise when you're in the middle of it. All those things are gone and what we're getting now our press releases so social media updates etc just about okay. We're securing this amount of vaccine Working with states to try to get it out as fast as possible. We're trying to coordinate. The response were updating health guidance. Like it just feels right. I agree with you. It reminds me of what prisoner. Obama said in the toward the end of the campaign when he was campaigning for the ticket and he said you know you won't have to wake up every day and think about joe and kamla like they'll just be doing their jobs. And that's what's happening. And it is like i said steeply reassuring that tweet yesterday from chief of staff. Ron claims out to me is an example of why this administration different is that he tweeted out as something like we've secured x. amount of additional vaccines. Now the hard part is just making sure that we're able to distribute it. And what. I found interesting. Which is shouldn't be about that tweet. Is that. It wasn't just a celebration. Look where awesome like now. If you don't deliver this it's on. You is more like now. We have to figure this out together. This idea that we have shared responsibility acknowledging that it's hard. Yeah you know just being like an now. it's going to get harder. That's leveling with people that's leadership. He asked speaking of leadership. we have some confirmations. We've got some swift confirmations of the secretary treasury state defense and intelligent san. It looks like an this is partially if not completely a result of the georgia elections things moving relatively smoothly to get people confirmed but there are decent amount of republicans voting for these nominees. Which shows that you know. All hope isn't lost. Biden has issued a a series of executive orders mostly on his first day but they've been trickling out ever since and just to give you know. This is partially to celebrate partially to listeners. But just to give you a sense of why elections matter. Here's some of these executive orders on and let me let me point out like these executive orders. This is stuff that even if we had not won the georgia senate races. This still would've happened. Yeah exactly so you know. Some of these are rejoining. The paris agreement for climate change ending the muslim ban requiring mask wearing on federal property coordinating a government wide cove response incorporating undocumented immigrants into census cancelling the keystone excel pipeline pulling funding from the border wall assisting veterans with debt. Reversing the changes under military abandoned ending reliance on a private Some of them jason. Like any of those standout. You know there's so much there stand out to you where you're like. Wow this is this is amazing. The one actually the jumped out was incorporating undocumented immigrants into the census because it's actually not that revolutionary idea. It's actually the way we usually do things and what it does is it says okay. We need to actually know how many people human beings live in an area to know what representation and to know like how much is needed to build highways there and for federal services of all kinds and i mean. Let's not pretend that these human beings don't exist really revolutionary idea like that and you know we had a big fight over how to do representation in missouri and unfortunately about initiative passed that it goes backwards on the sort of thing so it's a really big deal because it is just not that revolutionaries just going back to the way this is usually done but has an enormous impact totally agree one that i that i thought was interesting. Here was assisting veterans with their debt. Which is just the sense that you know. There's not one party here that has a monopoly on patriotism in. Obviously we spent past six months talking about how. Maybe there's one. Party bet thinks it has a monopoly on patriotism but it's the opposite and i think this is a good example of like we love to wave the flag sometimes but we don't think about the consequences of quote unquote defending our freedom. And so we send people off to fight wars like you like my brother and then when people get back like we don't do the greatest job of taking care of them and that needs to be a bipartisan effort. Will it's it's really meaningful. Actions were taken for veterans in the initial executive orders. Right and i. And i do think it just goes back to the work that the doctor biden did with michelle obama right for military families like. She's i've taken her untutored. You know taking her. On a tour of the nonprofit that i run. She's deeply knowledgeable about this stuff. And so it matters like i was saying throughout the campaign that it matters to have a military family as the first family and this is a good example of that. Yeah and other that that sticks out to me as this ending the reliance on private prisons which is related to attack happening at the border with. You know all do terrible things. We've done two separate families but also is something that even came up on podcast with my brother who is fairly libertarian but admitted that he is against private prisons because in his words. You know when you take away. Somebody's liberty that's government edits most powerful and most dangerous and we don't want to hand over that responsibility to the private sector and so i think that's a that was such a a needed step in honestly like i can't believe the federal government was ever in the business of of Prime.
"one week" Discussed on Throwing Shade
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"one week" Discussed on The Editors
"I mean, it's Weird Hillary Clinton very experienced. Politician was felled by a guy acted like an insult comic on the on the stump, and now the insult comic is going to be felled by. Hiding in his basement, it's There are no rules anymore. Charlie. So I think you're a thirty five on Friday. The. Dropped a little bit. I can still see the path and as you say, I think his vote is coming. And I won't be shocked if he went. I just think that on balance. It seems unlikely. Yes Oh tick down down to thirty three, a movement and a small band. Eve Tell your numbers You've been all over the map. Fifty, twenty, five, forty, thirty, thirty, five, thirty. I'm. Wildly. Late Yea. Floridian now you. Know but I mean, it's there's your subject to more of the campaign, right? I, mean in a way like. The ads that you might come across both online and you know. On, television if you if you do broadcast the kind of topic of conversation, everyone knows but which New York is going to go. All, it's easier to be studied here. We'll say Biden's ads have got better and better in Florida. And it's interesting that none of them have anything to do with corona virus anymore. Do you do see trumpets Oh. Yeah. Absolutely. I. Exit another feature. This race is just the the huge fundraising advantage with the Biden folks of. POURED INTO The risk of drawing another admonishment from me rich from my. Interest in anecdotes. To the guy at the bar say doesn't listen to TV AD. Doesn't pay any attention. No, but there is a disconnect I don't know how it will play out in the election proper. But there is a disconnect in there are many Biden ads on the radio and they're far more Biden ads than trump ads on TV and it's not just ads run by the Biden campaign. But there are a bunch of independent groups that are running Biden ads, independent pack and Republican votes against trump and so on. No the exact numbers but in my experience, it's been maybe three or four, two, one, five, nine, two, trump, pats. But The in person meetings and rallies and droops. The canvassing effort and even just lawn signs a wildly in trump's favor. in. My town but also in some of the neighboring towns. There are real trump, meet ups, you drive past them, and there's one hundred people that two hundred people. Whereas the Biden, meet up seem empty. Now that doesn't mean Biden, it's not going to win. But. It does I think reflect a slight difference in the way that the campaigns have approached this election. Partly because of a disparity in fundraising. But also how they have seen it from the START I read the Times the trump. Administration. The trump campaign. has facilitated the knocking. On millions millions one, hundred, million tours. New York Times said and Biden campaign has not. and. You see that even where I am in North Florida and the difference between this relentless Sarraj of ADS on TV compared to people knocking on the door and saying, how will you vote for Donald? Trump is very different way of approaching it. Yeah No. Absolutely if trump wins, that will be one of the major story lines in. Their calculation and it may be looked. You know they just don't have enough as much money as they'd like they can't match by on TV. But what they'll say is look it's Donald Trump? Everyone knows you know he's on TV all the time T-, TV, ads are swing people one way or the other just makes much more sense to invest in this really intense in personal get out the vote. Effort. So we shall see let's pause here from one of.
"one week" Discussed on The Editors
"The. Failure of trump to run. The same kind of campaign he ran for years ago like the Hunter Biden issue that has taken up a ton of press on the conservative. In the conservative media for weeks. There is within that a story that you can tell that is a populist. Story Right. Like you can go back to reports even from left wing sources about how Hunter Biden invested. Millions in the companies that built China's surveillance state that's being used to torture Muslims in its Western frontier you can talk about. You know. Biden favouring these trade deals and his family getting money from China. You can talk about One hundred by consulting with China's trying to is investing in South America which is you know one other new development today. So Biden sold out American jobs to China announced helping China violate the Monroe doctrine. You could have blended that into. A trumpian campaign message, the Hunter Biden mess instead it's come off as just a smear as like hundred Biden is a bad guy. Does drugs consorts with prostitutes and isn't it disgusting? and. Shouldn't Joe Biden have to talk about it? It's just like it's like they didn't know how to mess it to tell their own story of why you should elect trump. Right. You know The story is kind of slid into this thing of like Hunter Biden's disillusioned life rather than. The. Corruption. Of. The political class right that. Members the democratic political. Class. In the eighties and nineties made this turn toward international trade finance, etc.. and. Then they got rich and their constituents got left behind. That's the trump message and they just didn't make it like it's one that they've blown. It's actually. It's astonishing if you are a trump fan. I mean, it's like malpractice. Yeah. Will you read good piece Michael about how trump can't tell stories? He also just can't really explain anything. A major frustration of mine which I. Express repeatedly on this podcast? You Novakova Kennedy explain clearly that the good stuff and the policies they've gotten right but Charlie this all this all goes back to. Under girding all this is selfishness and a lack of discipline and trump thinks the neath, the waves that will be the biggest reason this an astonishing charge you're making this President Rich This is serious. He hasn't changed and it hurts him. We set the so many times but. Forget for a moment. What he should have said what he should have focused on how he should have campaigned. Donald Trump. Would likely have benefited at least for most of his presidency. Perhaps wouldn't have worked under a corona virus circumstances from hiding in his basement himself. If Donald Trump had just shut up. For three years, people would feel a lot better about him. They're already think he's good on the economy. Nothing seems to be able to shake that not even the pandemic, not even two hundred, thousand deaths, not even the enormous recession that. has occurred on his watch. But he is throughout. used his position and his time. To Annoy Traditional Republican voters or at least Republican curious. Voters. I have no issue whatsoever. Uh with the president telling the media that is biased or wrong. I, don't like the way. He does it from time to time but I'm less upset about it than most he hasn't done anything to impinge upon. My rights or anyone's Rights Issa. Speaker or journalist. But why on a Does. He spend his time on twitter going off to jobs, copper, accusing him of murder. and. Any hope that this would change in the last month last two months of the campaign. It's really gone away. He's not lazy. It's not A. Matter of work ethic he works pretty hard and yesterday he went back to the White House in the evening to preside over the swearing in of Amy conybeare early. Done three rallies three, one day seventeen. Seventy three year old man. He did three rallies in Florida. Each for an hour and off. His voice was noticeably horse. Today's springsteen of of campaign rallies and he's entertaining sometimes in a less than salubrious way sometimes in a genuinely musing way, he's funny. But the content is just so It's it's so inchoate. And it seems to be driven by what he's seen on television. What he feels that particular audience might want to hear. What he sends his is important. That day and You can't do that for three and a half years and then campaign on the same platform. Yeah. We've talked about this also repeatedly. It's not that any one of these controversies accusing Joe Scarborough murder. Hurt Him. It's just the steady accumulation of of all, all those little things clearly. This hurt him badly. He exhausts people. Yeah. So speaking of exhausted I fear our listeners will think we we sound exhausted. It's been very. podcast far with real autumnal tone. But let's go to our percentages because this election hasn't happened yet. No one quite knows what's going to happen and the D. where you now. Mean I was at twenty. In a recent episode I'm you know as we get closer I'm sinking slightly probably trump has a. Sixteen percent chance of when she's real thick. It's a real, not not. Not Fifteen. Sixteen. Isn't that basically what is nate? What's fivethirtyeight like thirteen percent or something something like that but I think it's pretty. I think pretty low and t you know..
"one week" Discussed on Party Lines
"Son didn't have a job for a long time was sadly no longer in the military service. I won't get into that and he didn't. As, soon, as he became first president, Barista's not the best look not the best reputation in the world I hear they paid them one, hundred, eighty, three, thousand, a month. Listen to this. You can bring up a concise to sink. Message for what exactly he is alleging for the average voter who doesn't follow right wing media. They wouldn't know what the president was talking about Joe Biden essentially was unequivocal in his denials I've never made any money from any foreign sources bassist that everybody investigated that no-one said entity did was wrong and Ukraine, and then he asked the president about his own taxes. The president hasn't released his taxes if the president does all kinds of business overseas. So while the president wanted to be on offense on this, he ended up spending a lot of time on the debate stage explaining why he had not released his taxes versatile and cold. Under, underwrote it. I'M GONNA, release them as soon as we can I wanted to waning what his own business history was and explaining essentially why he has a number of questions to answer about his own foreign entanglements Sabrina where do you make of Joe Biden's campaign in its attempts shutdown that story so far? I think they've been largely successful. It was something that obviously come up toward the beginning of the campaign when people I became aware that Hunter Biden heads some business dealings overseas but I think what has really helped Joe Biden is first of all, it was not an issue in the Democratic primary in part because. The. Opponents in the Democratic primary. You'll remember when it came up in one of the democratic debates they all resoundingly said, this is a distraction. This is something. Republicans. Are Peddling to try and make another hillary emails scandal emerged and there's just no there there and that was important because it killed the issue very early on and it also, of course, is inextricably linked to the president's impeachment trial because the whole reason he was impeached by the House of Representatives was because he was trying to use the power of the presidency to investigate. Joe Biden and Hunter Biden. So I think that the vine campaign has tried to tie back and say listen we've already litigated this issue and even Senate Republicans have investigated this issue and they didn't find any smoking gun in their own investigation even if they're trying to claim there is some evidence of wrongdoing..
"one week" Discussed on Party Lines
"His campaign that he's the responsible candidate and that he is not holding large gatherings because of the coronavirus pandemic and he doesn't think that he should be out there traveling to hot spots where cases are rising and I think his whole kind of message has been I'm listening to the scientists and the experts and they say we shouldn't be campaigning. The way we traditionally would be does that mean just hold? Very few events like he's been doing, is there a middle ground somewhere I? Think that's still an open question but I think the Biden campaign physics, it's a pretty good contrast for them that trump is having these large scale rallies where there's very little social distancing in plays a lot of people aren't wearing masks sometimes he's in places where local officials are preferred that. He not come because of the rising cases on the ground. The Biden campaign feels like this is a pretty good contrast for them. So I'm actually curious about that because totally saw this past weekend there was this footage of come Laras walking down the street Amazon polling place you had a megaphone and she was speaking to a bunch of people who are waiting.
"one week" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"It, but. Not In time to avoid a pretty brutal double bogey on the third hole after two Pars. Hit very big block into someone's backyard. Which? Mistake I thought it was a five, because that's how it plays four people out there normally, but it was a part for this week so basically I was wrong about our score the entire day so tiny little scripts here and there the absolute highlight of today though. With see Kim. He is a treasure he. A little hot, let's just put it that way I mean. He's two under through fifteen right. Both Him Adam long are kind of on cruise control long just dialed in with his wedges. Everything is to ten feet. And see Wu is is definitely kind of scraping around and still under par sixteen toll water on the right. He hits into the hazard, so he drops hits it I think short of the green then onto the green. Mrs Like two footer for Bogey, so he makes double bogey. He's pissed, so he's back to even par hits very good approach into seventeen long par-three. It's about a twenty foot PUTT. It breaks six inches when he played a foot of break. He's not happy about it. He flicks off the Gulf whole grabs the ball after putting for par making par mind you putting in for par grabs enthroning the lake. Then, we go to eighteen. He overcooked his draw through the fairway left and into. The rough left, so he's got to go over the fairway over the water to the. Over the rocks and to the Green. Is Far to the right, so it's a hell of a shot. He grabs three would from the rough on a downslope. Fans that gets under a little bit POPs it up. It comes like ten feet short of the of the Rockwall, so he's in the water drops on the other side of the lake. Because that's the other side of the hazard, then hits just electric iron shot is six weeks gets up there of course makes the par light shoots even-par grabs. The ball throws it into the lake. basically see. We'll cameras my new favorite player. Runs a little hot. Has Justice sensual trajectory all of its shots? He he's definitely. Incredibly talented. But Fun to watch him. Just work through. Various little ups and downs in his career so. We are four over. We're GONNA. Need a hell of a day tomorrow to make the cut probably something like sixty, four sixty five, so. Nothing to do but go get some dinner. Get some sleep. Try.