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Former ABC News executive says Chris Cuomo harassed her
"And then in TV news executives accusing CNN anchor Chris Cuomo sexual harassment Shelley Ross is written previously about being sexually harassed by former fox news boss Roger ailes and in an opinion piece in The New York Times the ABC executive said that Chris Cuomo who formally reported to her greeted her with a bear hug and then squeezed her buttock while she was at a party with her husband in two thousand five Ross says Cuomo said I can do this now that you're no longer my boss and she responded No you can't and pushed him away she said her husband witnessed the incident and that Cuomo sent an email apologizing shortly afterwards saying he was ashamed Cuomo told the times that he apologized to her then and he means it now Chris Cuomo has faced criticism for his role in advising his brother Andrew Cuomo who resigned as new York's governor last month over allegations of sexual harassment I'm Jennifer king
'Notting Hill,' 'The Duke' director Roger Michell dies at 65
"Director Roger Mitchell has died at the age of sixty five according to his family details on his death were not given our margins are a letter with a look at his career you have a stomach bug I could have a step up Roger Mitchell's most famous film is Notting hill with Hugh grant and Julia Roberts for a time it was the highest grossing British film ever Mitchell also me changing lanes with Ben Affleck and Samuel L. Jackson as well as Venus with Peter o'toole Mitchell also directed for British theatre productions his TV adaptations include Jane Austen's persuasion and the Buddha of suburbia in the nineteen nineties
Netflix Wins Big at the Emmys
"The emmys were last night and netflix. Dominated the show we look at what series one and wide net flicks is the king of tv right now. I'm oscar gonzales filling in for roger. Chang and this is your daily charge. Joining us is seen at senior reporter. Joe salzman welcome joan. Thank you all right. Well let's break down the show last night be who are the big winners in and one who who won. Let's put it that way. Well we're talking networks slash service. Netflix As you noted was the true winner of last night it one more emmys than any other network at one more enemies than the next two companies combined and it was the first time in years that hit that it outright beat. Hbo and the number of wins at tied. Hbo once in two thousand eighteen but really hbo has been the king of any statues perennially for for years. It was also the most emmy wins that any net tied cbs way back in the pre Streaming pre cable dominance era. Cbs one forty four emmys in one ear. And that's the most up until the only network. That's one that many up. Until this point. So in terms of the companies i wanna flex was was clearly out ahead and then partly. That was because of some of netflix is shows the crown one At tied with the queen's gambit for the most emmys first single program they both want eleven and then among others you know there are a lot of standouts from scrappy your upstarts from apple d. Plus for example ted lasso. They're sort of sports workplace. Fish out of water comedy series won seven awards total Including big awards for comedy series and three acting awards last night so it was a big night for streaming services and a big night for some Buzzy rituals that may be people hadn't heard of before
Guerrero Hits 46th HR, but Twins Hit 3 in Row, Top Blue Jays
"Michael Pineda three relievers held the jays to just five hits well Minnesota hit four home runs you know seven three victory at Rogers centre or gave to local next to Josh Donaldson went deep against Toronto starter hundred were you who lasted just two plus innings blue jays manager Charlie one toils as real needs to make some tweaks to his delivery he's fine he's LTSE complaint so it's it's always command if you get set you'll be fine like he's always asking that is always done in the past I also don't want Brent Rooker also homered in the wind Vladimir Guerrero junior his forty six Holbrook this season in a losing cause regaining the major league lead the J. is dropped a half game back of the Yankees for the second American League wild card spot join the debate Toronto
Inside the US-Australia Submarine Deal
"The dutch prime minister mark rutta will reportedly offer his uk counterpart. Boris johnson a defense and security cooperation. Deal with the eu. When the leaders meet in downing street later today it follows yesterday's announcement that the uk. The united states and australia had agreed their own defense. Pack called aucas. the deal has angered many. You states with france calling australia's decision to scrap a huge submarine. Deal in favor of eight nuclear powered subs deal with the us establish back. Let's get the latest now from paul rogers international security advisor at open democracy. Paul some very harsh words from paris. Today tell us what happened here. I on the australian deal and why the french are feeling blindsided by it over the australian deal. The australians essentially decided to replace their existing collins class submarines richard come to the end of their useful life with new pout submarines rather than diesel-powered submarines. The previous decision was to gain with france which has quite a good recorder producing diesel-powered submarines. It can actually produce a new pout. Submarines for self. I don't think he's ever exported them considered it. But anyway australia's decided they need to new capelle. Submarines had this deal with the french for the best essentially for the Diesel-powered ones they basically dish that and gone in with the united states with britain as well although the suspicion is that as far as the building of the new submarines consent bush will be done as an australian yard in adelaide. That will be done. Under american supervision with the british relatively small this is partly because britain is producing own new class of astute hunting submarines as well as its missile submarines an in both cases. It has pretty serious problems with developing the reactors rolls royce history. Having great difficulty in getting things right the to another words in america wants a more reliable. So that's the basis of it. The the fringe obviously are pretty furious of this because what was a pretty big contract with a lot of money in. It was basically dish in favor of a basic and anglo american agreement. So that's the background this at beyond that. Of course you have all the issues in the eu and the whole question of how one handles a rapidly growing china which does have increasing military capabilities.
Pastor Johnny Hunt on the New Film 'Nothing but the Truth'
"Exciting a new film. It's called nothing but the truth. And i have my guest pastor. Johnny hunt pastor. Johnny hunt welcomed the program. Thank you delight. Be with you. Tell me what is this film. Nothing but the truth. It's sort of a documentary. On the life of adrian rogers and many speaking into lots of the noble truth that he spoke in his years before the lord called him home sixteen years ago and reminding us that america not just now but is always been just one generation away from paganism take one generation that no longer stands for the moral absolute truth of god's word and we find america and america's churches in a serious dilemma. He predicted it so many years ago that it would be the greatest challenge and today a more people are speaking of my truth as opposed to his truth. And it's a difficult place when it comes to how many americans still believe in absolute truth.
Rodgers, Story Go Deep, Rockies Beat Braves 5-4
"A pair of home runs in a solid pitching performance by John gray led the Colorado Rockies to a five to four victory over the Atlanta Braves Trevor story had a solo shot in the second and Brendan Rodgers had a two run home run in the fourth for the Rockies Roger said he enjoys playing the role of spoiler in the National League we're just trying to kind of ruin their own playoff hopes honestly and kind of fun winning these big games these close games like against really good teams the Braves close the gap to one run in the eighth on a pretty Freeman triple an Avenue about two run Homer closer Carlos Estevez shut down Atlanta in the bottom of the ninth Tookie to some was the starter and loser for the Braves Gary McPhillips Atlanta
Epic Games v. Apple: Judge Reaches Decision
"Yvonne gonzalez. Rogers ruled that epic breached. Its contract with apple when implemented its own alternative payment system in fort night saying the company could not be found to be a monopolist or engaging anticompetitive conduct epic is appealing that decision however in a separate ruling judge rogers issued a permanent injunction against apple saying that. Ios apps must be allowed to direct users to payment options beyond those offered by apple this injunction goes into effect december. Ninth
Apple vs Epic Games Lawsuit: Apple Must Allow Other Forms of in-App Purchase
"Us judge yvonne gonzalez rogers came back with her ruling in the epic games versus apple fight on friday her decision to seen by most as a win for apple. Not an outright win. More of a. It could have been a lot worse win. Basically apple has to lead developers put buttons and links and their apps to take customers to third party. Payment options effectively says a piece from tech crunch. The judge has ruled that apple cannot prohibit developers from adding links for alternative payments beyond apple's app store based monetization remember the deal apple made with lawmakers in japan for outside payments for reader apps. Yeah this is basically that but for every app that wants to take advantage. According to the ruling apple can no longer stop developers from one including in their apps and their meta data buttons external links or other calls to action that direct customers to purchasing mechanisms in addition to end up purchasing and to communicating with customers through points of contact obtained voluntarily from customers through account registration within the app. Not what apple would have wanted but again could have been worse. The app store might have been deemed a monopoly. It was not according judge gonzales rogers while the court finds that apple enjoys considerable market share of over fifty five percent and extraordinarily high profit margins. These factors alone. Do not show antitrust conduct. Success is not illegal with that bart apple was
Flores Homers, Giants Beat Cubs 6-5 for 7th Straight Win
"The giants picked up their seventh consecutive win this Wilmer Flores homered and drove in three runs in there six five decision over the cubs which is doing what we're supposed to do when you know a lot of plants just aren't getting rich the hit and runs are on we're trying to make a simple Kris Bryant scored twice against his former team the San Francisco improved to a major league best ninety three and fifty Jake McGee gave up a one out double to pinch hitter Patrick wisdom before fracturing Dallin Ian happ grounded out to end the game Logan Webb worked into the seventh to improve to ten and three with help on Tyler Rogers worked out of a bases loaded jam in that inning the giants still lead the NL west by two and a half games over the Dodgers I'm Dave Ferrie
Judge in Fortnite Case Loosens Apple’s Control Over App Store
"U s district court judge yvonne gonzalez rogers issued her decision in epic versus apple. The court found in favor of apple on all counts except with respect to a violation of california's unfair competition law. The court noted epoch breached his contract with apple by implementing an alternative payment system and is ordered to pay apple thirty percent of everything collected through the alternative system estimated to be around three point. Five million dollars. The judge also issued an order to apple that they are permanently restrained and enjoying from prohibiting developers from including in their apps and their metadata buttons external links or other calls to action that direct customers to purchasing mechanisms. The order does not take effect until december ninth and epic announced. It will appeal.
Judge loosens Apple's grip on app store in Epic decision
"A judge in California is loosening apple's grip on its app store federal judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers ruled apple has been engaging in unfair competition and ordered the company to allow developers to insert links to other payment options besides its own within iPhone apps it would make it easier for app developers to avoid paying commissions to apple epic games the maker of fortnight call the fees price gouging but the judge didn't brand apple as a monopolist or require it to allow competing stores to offer apps for iPhones iPads and iPods she left the fee structure intact Fortnite was ousted from the app store after adding a non apple payment system to its app epic was ordered to pay apple nearly three point seven million dollars I'm at Donahue
Google Launches Anti-Racism Campaign, Says We're All "Raised to Be Raised"
"Google the leviathan. The most powerful organization on the planet has now launched a new anti-racism initiative for all of their employees claiming that america is quote a system of white supremacy and that all americans are quote raised to be racist. They have a white supremacy pyramid. Christopher rufo rights. I've obtained a trove of whistle blower documents from the inside of google revealed a company's extensive racial reeducation program based on the core tenants of critical race theory including intersection algae white privilege and systemic racism in a module called ally ship in action. Google train their employees to deconstruct racial and sexual identities and then ranked themselves hierarchy of power and privilege and manner manager reactions through crying and assessing their happy place in a video guest lecturer henry rogers. Otherwise known as abram x. kennedy claimed that all americans including children as young as three months old are racist quote to be raised in the united states is to be raised to be racist and to be raised to rice. Racist is to be raised to be almost addicted to racist ideas. Denial of racism that a person is racist quote for me is the heartbeat of racism. Is denial and the sound of that. Denial is that. I'm not racist can told google employees. It's a critical critically important for americans to no longer being denial about their own racism and another lecture. Google paid nicole. Hannah jones claim that she created and she created the sixteen nineteen project to verify lifelong theory that everything in modern day united states can be traced back to slavery. If you name anything in america i can relate it back to slavery
How Are We to Trust Dr. Fauci, Who Has Lied to Congress?
"If you knew an individual From whom you seek advice. Who's been in the federal government for decades. Just like you, Biden. That he runs and agency That provided funding That provided funding for gain of function research that is Taking a virus and making it even a bigger killer virus. How is it that that individual isn't fired? How is it that that individual continues to be a top adviser? How is it that an individual continues to be a a major draw claimed to have authority on CNN and MSNBC with The New York Times with the Washington Post? These bombs shall documents that were released. By the intercept, which is a left wing site. We talked about this. Joseph Wolfson at Fox pointed out allegations are fueling that Dr Fauci lied to Congress over whether or not the U. S government funded Gate of function Research. How can Roger Stone was trashed? And others are trash being accused of lying to Congress.
Giants Get 4 in 9th to Beat Rockies; 1st Team With 90 Wins
"The giants are forty games over five hundred after putting together a four run nineteen to seven four victory at Colorado the Rockies lead for three until lamonte Wade junior lined a two run single and scored on Evan Longoria's two run double Brandon Crawford homered and branded delta three hits for the NL west leaders who were the first major league team with ninety wins Tyler Rogers help San Francisco get its fourth straight victory working a scoreless eighth to move to six and one Carlos Estevez took the loss at least Diaz doubled twice to put the Rockies ahead for three with a sixteenth home run I'm the ferry
Djokovic Beats Last American at US Open to Extend Slam Bid
"Top seed Novak Djokovic has kept his grand slam dream on track but not before seeing off a determined US open fourth round challenge from the Californian Jenson Brooksby the twenty year old wild cat entry dominated the early stages of the match before the world number one finally found his rhythm and paddle to a one six and then six three six two six two victory the took almost three hours was a good finish it wasn't a good start but on an old experienced specter the battle and I got that one and so I'm I'm pleased to overcome it the Senate next takes on the sixty eight Matteo Barrett teeny bad news for the other two remaining Americans in the draw Shelby Rogers and Rania polka buzz losing their fourth round matches I'm Graham like us
Olympic Champs Zverev, Bencic Reach US Open Quarterfinals
"Top seed Novak Djokovic has kept his grand slam dream on track but not before seeing off a determined US open fourth round challenge from the Californian Jenson Brooksby the twenty year old wild cat entry dominated the early stages of the match before the world number one finally found his rhythm and paddle to a one six and then six three six two six two victory the took almost three hours the Senate next takes on the sixty eight Matteo Berit teeny bad news for the other two remaining Americans in the draw Shelby Rogers and Rania polka buzz losing their fourth round matches I'm Graham like us
US Open: Ashleigh Barty Crashes out to Shelby Rogers
"When we were recording ash body was in trump. Wasn't she to begin with we'd we'd watch that first set of hers and was really a bad set of tennis from bolton admitted as much afterwards. She said she really struggled to adjust to the night conditions. The court was much better than she was expecting. She didn't have any fail on her forehand whatsoever and her serve at the start of that match. I think she had hit five votes. After a couple of service games he was really really struggling but then as we were recording she got it together and i think we pretty much finished the podcast with her five to up in that third set and in control having taken charge looking like she was going to win and then what happened was that she loves serve twice when serving for the match and that had been a theme of how i two rounds hair. She'd lost serve both times. Seven for the action still recovered to win. She'd been insistent and have press conference that it wasn't an issue. But you know you can't argue with the evidence rarely. That's that's four times in three rounds. She's lost to serve when serving for the match and she really just didn't close the match. In the way that. I expected her to and fu credit to shelby roaches. She played exceptionally well. I thought she hung around rallies far better than i've ever really seen her. Do i think jose really big hitter and that can often not go hand in hand with consistency and she certainly has got a lot of power but she was smart with tennis. She was looping the ball up moon boiling it to the bharti back can which was just a great tactic and feels like something. The rest of the tour needs to try and adopt if they
"roger you" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
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"roger you" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Nothing at saks fifth avenue. I'm sitting in a bullpen of glass cubicles and we get a new. Ceo with the first month of my arrival. And i noticed that he comes in and goes to his office at seven in the morning. Seven in the morning seven in the morning so i started coming in at six thirty so i would be at my desk having commuted from new jersey at six thirty and he would pass my little cubicle. See me sitting there and he would walk to his office so the first week he walked by me second week. He's nods third week. He says good morning by the fourth week he says who are you and what and what are you doing here. Come see me on saturday because he worked saturdays. So i go into see him on saturday and he says you know i see you more than i see my vice presidents. You know who are you. Tell me about yourself and you know. I'm not acts. What can you do so can't do these interest rates for me. And so he said. Tell me three things you think. I should be working on now. I was right out of school. The ceo right. Tell me three things that you think he should. Why why did you even say this was. Was this a test. He was giving you seeing that. You seem to be motivated but making sure you were for real like this. It was his way of getting to know me because he was curious about. Who is this guy who's beats me to work every day. I'm sure his ego was wrapped. Up and i'm the first guy to work every day and now a trainee is sitting there every morning. He doesn't know what to get in there. Four five all. He knows noses. I'm there before him and he wanted to see how i thought and i told him while. I think you know the men's department isn't well. Well run. And i think the hr department he says you know i like you. I'm gonna make you a buyer which meant i stepped over being an assistant buyer. I stepped over being a department manager. I jumped from being there a couple months three or four years ahead based on this conversation with the guy he said. I'm going to have you go see the senior. Vp next week. And he has a job for you well. He must've told the senior vp. Who hated the idea fell totally put out. And the guy said well. I have four buying openings. I've been told to make you a buyer. Very nice say that way. There's the men's sweaters said well. that's kind of interesting. I have no idea what the says you would go to factories and design houses and literally buy the items that go on the shelves in a department store that sells many different brands or see fashion in europe and go to asia. And have it made and you know a sort. The sweater department of sex with avenue. He said no that. I have somebody in mind for that. Men's neck wear ties at the time. That could be interesting. I got somebody in mind. I'm gonna make you the underwear pajama and sock buyer. I said underwear pajama sock. I don't wanna do that. He said what are you crazy. You're going to be a buyer after being here for six minutes. So i said all right. Well i'll do it. But i don't need any assistant. I can do it myself. Well first year at a forty percent increase and they made me the shoe buyer. And the guy said don't expect you're going to have a forty percent increase. Shoes are really hard and by the way. Today's thursday you're now the shoe by friday you have to go to on a buying. I don't know anything about shoes. I basically wore sneakers most of my life now. I'm the shoe buyer and what happened was because it was a business that had your name attached to results your results. Here's your thirty year down thirty so it wasn't about how you part your hair or do they like you or not like you. The results spoke for themselves. And that's all i want is so if i did well. You had to promote the shoe department. It was sleepy industy and fashion. And i had a huge increase in choose which they couldn't believe didn't you as a buyer or a young executive introduce a brand into america for the first time. Yes so you're remembering the story that my first buying trip to europe every day on the job i'm thinking i'm gonna go find fashion in europe by and i saw everybody wearing these Rubber soled wingtip in sort of tan leather everywhere. I went. I said kay that must be a trend and i bought a whole bunch of shoes and they came in six months later and the genetic sleep at night. I go to the stockroom. I open the boxes. I put them away and put the shoes out and it was dead on arrival. Nothing salt and i was so despondent. I mark them down and they sold out So what did that tell me. They were overpriced. The price was wrong. Right otherwise the fashion the fit the quality was right. Okay about the same time. These two guys walk in to see me from canada from roots and they were trying to sell me negative heel shoes where you the. He'll is lower than the front. They were supposed to be. Good for your back at the time. these fucking kramer shoes from seinfeld right. It's like the jumping shoes right. And i said well. I don't think we can sell that but if you can make these shoes for this price the tips. Yeah maybe we can have a business They went back. They made the shoes. It was a blowout success and that started the roots business which became yuejin canada. You saw john candy. Wear the jacket at the olympics. So i really helped get them started. And that's success. Then got me elevated the be the clothing buyer and i was buying suits and blah blah blah blah blah. Yeah so interesting. Yeah the Rate down here. Oh yeah are we. Are we post. Peak retail is is is retail. You know you've built and had big stores. You know multimillion dollar ralph lauren stores and all these crazy you know anchor stores. They do twenty million dollars in the first week in tokyo or whatever the fuck but like is is retail dead. Well not if you ask amazon. Well as in person retail debt I think it's going to be a hybrid. I think people like to go out and shop. I think this country got s- toward if you look at the amount of retail square footage in this country versus any other developed country in the world where seven x. Whoa so that wait. Repeat that say again. The amount of square footage per capita in the us is 7-x any other developed and that includes residential and commercial. No retail space. Oh we have seven times as much. Retail space per individual has any other developed nation. So that's what you see contracting now. Yeah that overbuilt the over mall retail is all contracting to wear it will find find its level that in compliment with online shopping. I believe is the future So did yeah. I mean i guess yeah so you think those big splashy anchor stores will stay but the smaller regional stores may not..
"roger you" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Something from everywhere i went now. You know some places better than others. Some places easier than others but i always tried to learn something and and i can say you know with a straight face when i left somewhere i always left it better than i found it and that was my hallmark of success. Is it better. Having had roger here in some capacity over some period of time or not and and i always felt that way i had more fun in some jobs and others Some jobs where i was you know had some wind at my back. And if i did well you know to celebrate it. Some jobs had the wind in my face where even going from a d. to be level i couldn't get the a was still herculean and so i tried to learn from it and you know the tough times were when i was traveling one hundred fifty nights a year all over the world and you you come home and you put your suitcase near the bed because it never goes away. Yeah by the time you've recovered you're on your way to the next trip and that was tough. I never. I never wanted to put on a suit but i somehow ended up in that same position where i would work twelve hours a day and travel a hundred and fifty two. You have passion so passion. I like my job. It's okay you do it with more pleasure than if it's drudgery and you're just doing it to pay the bills. Yeah if you're going into another fucking boardroom. That happens to be in shanghai. I mean that's a that's horrible. Yeah well global travel in the beginning is fun because you're seeing the world albeit through the eyes of a of a conference center or a you know but at some point it goes from being fun and interesting and different too. I can't believe. I gotta get another plane and fly fifteen hours to asia and be whacked out because it's thirteen hour time difference. Yeah work hard for five days. Turn around and come back and you know. Go back into the office. The next morning. I mean those were tough times. It obviously with Zoom and teleconferencing. The landscape has really shifted in the last year but ignoring just the last year. And maybe it's hard to do that. European called the nineties and two thousands where you're doing all that travel but you're managing a lot of people and you've got assistance. You know that that filter out a lot of noise for you and manage your schedule so you you know your your brain is going. But it's but you're you're you know you know where you gotta be and win vs today where we've got this thing in our pockets and it's expected that we are in contact twenty four seven and expected response times for things quicker and do we have it better off now or do we have it better off than when we figured out you know. Get interesting question. I i did have well trained help. And so my assistant would take at the time the mail or what became you know faxes whatever and she would sort it every day between urgent. You need to look at this today You need to look at it this week or she would put it in a travel folder. That i would take on the plane. And i would take the mail room and they would wait for me before i left. I would read it all through the plane right through the night comments a fucking ricksen paper the bricks of pen then when i would land would bring home these bricks four five inches thick and it's just a brick of of numbers. Nothing is just numbered. Page number number number number number two. What do you do with this. What he sees the music. I get off the plane and i take the package. That was pre. You know weighed and stamped. And i stick it in the envelope back to her but i also would come home at night after a long day and i would have bricks of information prepping for the next day it was it was just because all much homework spent a week on and you hand it to zack. And he spent ten hours on any hands it to me and i can spend an hour on it. It better be good. It better be right. It better be thoughtful and i would read it at night on my lap watching tv. But you know. I actually the old days gave me some insulation from this insanity where somebody sends you an email at eleven in at three in the morning. People are responding. And if you wake up and you're the last to respond you feel like you're slow. Yeah that has gone. That's the new being being getting to work after your boss right is being the last person on the chain to respond to the on the west coast when my job i used to have it on. The east coast always felt up. Woke up feeling goes on the back foot. Why i started getting up at five thirty i worked day goes from six. Am to three pm. I work east coast hours on the west coast. Take because kazaa. I'm behind wake up. I understand it. But i have gone through decades of transformation there. You know when i first started. It's extra avenue in seventy five came out of school executive trainee making one hundred nineteen dollars a week by the way that for inflation. It's one of those things that doesn't sound like much. But i bet you that's like fucking sixty year now or something out no would have to be allowed one hundred nineteen bucks in one thousand nine hundred seventy five hundred nineteen bucks a week. Yeah but my my new. Ceo started a come at seven in the morning. It's not much five hundred and ninety dollars does not that is not a lot. You're right. that's right. Yeah not a lot. I guess your loan calculator says. I can't even get a loan on that. They won't give you. They won't give weeks making. What thirty thousand dollars. A year much money. But i came in earlier than him. I've told you this where he came in at seven dip. Tell me you've told me. But tell tell them. Because i've i've used this before. Okay some training. I'm just out of college Making nothing at saks fifth avenue. I'm sitting in a bullpen of glass cubicles and we get a new. Ceo with the first month of my arrival. And i noticed that he comes in and goes to his office at seven in the morning. Seven in the morning seven in the morning so i started coming in at six thirty so i would be at my desk having.
"roger you" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"If there's dead rats in that store i will never forget the smell of the presence of a dead rat somewhere in the store the grocery store or fuck and marc jacobs. I can walk in there and go. Ooh because of that. Woolworth say you go down that speed. Lacing at footlocker yeah the speed. Lacing thing i did. I won those competitions at that at champs footlocker for license shoes real man was the speech app. They used to when i started those jobs. They used to give me crap. Because i was a ceo's kid but then it turned out. I could actually sell shoes. Pretty good in the they laid off pretty fast. And then i would give him. The ride is home in the lexus. And then it was great. Oh you drop me off at home and alexis okay. Well you remember our deal. You wanted to buy a car. And said i would match dollar for dollar on your earnings sold. A lotta shoes on hands in these soling shoes on sunday saturday and sundays. And then when you got your your paycheck and realized they took taxes away. What i do to welcome. But you saved up enough to to buy that mustang Yeah was the subaru. Before that we then traded for the mustang. Yeah what about you know. You've run companies where there is a person's name on the door and a person at the top of the pyramid whose name is on the door. And you've run companies where it's more non animus. Did no one really gives a shit who the executives are. What are some of the real core differences in working with those kinds of companies while not being the person whose name is on the door. Well look the first thing i always do. Is i have tremendous respect and appreciation for a founder. Somebody who had an idea how thought built it into something built up a name. Just like you're doing that. I mean what you've done as an entrepreneur starting from scratch so impressive to me. you know. maybe i've gone the other way. And i've climbed the career ladders and i've moved up and all that stuff but you know when i've gone to companies where the owner founder name on the door is You know one of the great asset. So i always start by saying you know. How do i enhance this. How do i improve this. How do i preserve this. But underneath that you've got to run a business properly or that won't carry you forward and so how you finance business how you manage it how you market it. How you merchandise it. How you staff at how you make. Money is agnostic between the two types of businesses. But when you have that type of ego have there been situations where you really had to stop the ego from doing something that could have been just catastrophic to the business for like an ego related reason. Sure and that's always a tough discussion and there's always you know there's a math point to be proven but it's never about the math. It's about how do you balance Either a branding moment. That doesn't make economic sense. may pay dividends long-term or owner founder. Wants to do something and you know my point of view was. I always tried to do as much as i could to accommodate those situations in less was gonna put us into a ditch in which case i threw myself in front of the bus and said this isn't gonna work for these reasons and you know you've got to trust me on this. I've given on all these other occasions but this time i think we gotta say now I yeah there. A couple of really funny specific instances. You've told me about that if you don't wanna mention An recorded medium later that dan. I'm sorry didn't go there. if you did. It would have been really funny. But it's okay if he doesn't want to until until today he wouldn't even allow me to post pictures of him on social media you. That's true because you know you. You never know who you told where you were not that you're being dishonest or anything like that but you know you know you got to juggle the ball you know and and i always tried to keep a personal low profile now sometime. My job doesn't always allow it. But i it's never been about me and you know your success in your career is about you but i also remember the time at woolworth on its way to being footlocker where we had security guards sitting in front of her house. Remember that guy following you to school following the school at followed the school. I never knew that. Tell me about yeah. turns out. Can't go near a school where i got. Larry remember that guy sat in a ford probe driveway. Yeah eating fucking mcdonalds for a couple of months probably right. Yeah we we needed security because you know we had threats and number following me to school though on the sly this whole time. Yeah will you keep that stuff in your head and you know forget it so yeah yeah much better at running things managing things doing the right thing but trying to keep a low profile as well. Now you're a now my anywhere. And now i mean who can't be worked from home at this at this stage of the game who can be right. did In you know as i grew up you know starting from our when. I was little our little house in in new jersey and then slightly bigger house slightly nicer cars slightly bigger to me. Your your your career seemed like a linear progression of bigger and bigger successes and it pretty much was just destroyed line. Ascent where was it. Not what are. Where's the big miss. That i don't know about well interesting observation. I u We started ma. You know your mother. And i started working at saks together and met there and You know got married there and start at the half kids and she stopped working. Believe it or not when we made the decision firdaus. Stop working. stay with you guys. She was making more than i was. Yeah we we that that comes up frequently and so it was. It was a decision who was going to stay home. Mom but honestly if mom had stayed in the workforce i she could have been a very successful executive. I mean she was. She has the mind for yeah. She was a vice president at saks. Fifth avenue when she left but she made the investment in you and alexis. And i think that was a good trade off personally but Look every job had its challenges. Every job had its Stress points again. When i went to the woolworth. Initially it had Thirty two companies in seventeen countries thirty of which lost money. And i gotta wonder how it gets there. I mean is. It's like looking at a nine hundred pound person going well. You didn't just wake up nine hundred pounds. You started at three and then four and then five. It was in slow decline since the sixties and i went there and ninety four so you can imagine the speed with which that declined and they had just fired. The ceo and the cfo corp. Cooking the books. And i had the unscramble a company that was losing nine hundred million about to go bankrupt and of course the day i started. They showed me the real books which were different than the outside books. And that caused me to go to the board and saying look you represented this to be this and it's really that i'm willing to try to work my way through it. But we're going to do it. Step by step and we started on the real books based on the real books and the real situation. Nightmares.
"roger you" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"So you clever it with other people. I have it in the in the past and I worked to debut. I'll make clever with my friend. Paul producer on On the album and he was the head engineer he He works he. Has his own company called. Houdini records and nepal edwards and He put a band together Of people that he thought would look mix. Well with me and dave fenwick guitar and steven creek on base in way man rix drums and we got Alleys lear Who was a colleague. At the time of paul policy mixing and system engineering into music as well it was great. It was a fantastic collaboration. There and i've also worked with the stephanie. Parnell fantastic singer songwriter ear for montreal and hope to work with her again. Ultra do some couple of recordings Which would be great Yeah so. I don't think People in the past. I'm looking forward to doing more clever. This has been fun to do a great solo project. Nobody has basically me recording everything making all the decisions and it's been great. It's been Fun to challenge myself. But i'm looking forward to working with another producer again and working with other artists Always something to something. Wonderful be inspired by the people be challenged by the people other future polish. This upcoming album definitely want to work on video. That will be songs from From the the album But live sort of performances off them and then do some hopefully juice deterring for anything ever gets back to normal of things get back to normal soon And then yeah. And then. Eventually i definitely want to. I've already got some songs. Works that i that i think will be better suited to a more band setting and get into something. That's again going back to those alternative routes That are always there with me from the nineties. To where do you normally tour mainly in quebec and ontario in the maritimes the hopefully getting out west to be a great to edition and in europe as long to a lot of festivals gaining easily I've done pop montreal. I've done What's the other one in annex. What you prefer the bigger venues or the smaller. I guess i. I guess i like the smaller ones. They're you know. I mean i. I played for a huge crowd in. It's it's great but it and it's thrilling. Don't get me wrong. It's it's really thrilling. When you have this massive crowd and you can hear cheers. And it's it's it's it's really Invigorating but there's just something about an intimate show that you know. Were you really see. Everyone's face individual faces and you can see them reacting tears to your performance. I think that's always been a story for me. And i'm a big fans Quiet love dim out. Yeah he can't be v that had before. Because can you tell us where to find your music absolutely. I mean you can find it at my one sites heat roger dot com and you can also find it on basically every streaming service. That's out there spotify apple. There's teaser. Youtube music everything. You can also go to band camp bank good option especially if you wanna buy the music They often do with. They're a great organization Artist by waving their Service fee sometimes so that they artists gets all the money that people will pay. But yeah basically anywhere. I've heard good things about that channel. Thank you rajin for joining the buzzer. Today it chat love getting to know you better listeners. Take a lesson For these releases that have come out. Pay me and back a look for the album. That is coming out in the year. And from what i remember is still untitled. Yeah i think we're going to be going with the title track. Pay me yeah off that name. Yeah exactly. I think we'll be coming to an end of april thirtieth awesome. I love to have you back on the show for that perfect but have a good one roger. You take care bye-bye while thank y'all for tuning in next episode is february nineteen the smoke wagon blue span out of hamilton. Ontario joins our next episode. The band took home recording of the year in the maple blues awards for their album. The ballot of albert johnson there for new artist severe and harm player of the year. The band is the crowd favourite. Since forming in nineteen ninety. Six they receive international radio. Play at have so many accolades shoutout yet. Obviously there are too many to mention a short intro. Don't miss this great canadian. Rb bad their music can really kick you up a notch. Such talents in one ban. You're gonna love the episode. So catch you at the pod on february nineteen on air. In from my to yours already. The airwaves subscribe fees are at the buzzer pod dot com shares..
"roger you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Mean that it cannot be misused or political purposes. Now i realize there are other people who are culpable on the events of january six. I know nothing about it but the left wing fringe news media. Plays this game and it is not right. I i think you have to fix the internet century. Then you have to. You have to go in and systematically reform election laws eight by state so that they're fair and transparent and trackable paper abor trails are rebellious and this is something. Democrats did very effectively in terms of going to states and loosening a laws to their advantage. Very smart strategy. I think the people at the republican national committee must've been i dunno asleep you You do believe that. The election was fraudulent in other words. Like we've been told you can't say that but you believe this and others. It's not as though you don't know and you're just throwing this out enough kit. Here's what i what i'm saying. I have seen overwhelming and compelling evidence that would make that case. I would like to see that in some forum the courts. That's good enough for me legislatures. That's good enough for me but at least to be examined if at the end of that we determined that joe biden getting fact illegally win. Then they'll be no dispute about the legitimacy of his presence on the other hand. I was a realist. I understood that former vice president biden would be sworn in on january twenty. I understood the president would leave. Washington go to florida of you know. I understand the constitution if we do those two things if we if we fix the internet censorship problem which can be picks And if we end if we fix our state election laws so that they're very transparent now step four would be to clean house in republican party and get rid of those feckless turds. He won't stand up for the greatest president since abraham lincoln. Now when you stay feckless turds. You don't mean the word checklists because a lot of people are going to check to that. We're gonna be right back. I'm using rutter non. George said we're gonna know 'cause We're gonna be right back with you. And i'd like to. I'd like to imitate that that phrase. It's very very correct. We'll be right back. Ladies and gentlemen roger stone's my guest drown your sorrows to.
"roger you" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"That makes sense. Yes, very tough And also I don't know what you're being offered. So you might have to talk to them and say, you know, um, I in something really conservative. Sounds like you might be a Mayan Southie really conservative. You know, you need to be somewhat. Somewhat aggressive and because you can afford to be it means you're gonna have some losses. Things air dropped. Things will go back up. But in the long run, you'll be you know a little bit better. But are you in it? Do you know anything about the kind of fun urine? Is that like a 2030 fun? 2040 2050. Is it that kind of phone? The 2014. You don't know. 2040 and I told the The company. I wanted to be aggressive because I've been told that you go aggressive early on in your in your 41 K and then become conservative with it towards the last five years of your career. Re accurate. That's Yeah, That's right. And so if you're in a 2040 fun you're okay. I wouldn't change anything and leave it alone. I think 2040 fund is a good is a good mix. And you know, the whole key is going to be to really continue to contribute and increase it it you know when you can I'm making chicken and I think Now. Roger You said you stopped for three years. What made you stop? I wouldn't management and I went back to the agreement position, which is a ground craft, and it didn't offer the thrift and investment plan so it automatically stop me from contributing and then I came back into management fell out. Four years ago, and I just never got back on the track to get into it. So I just started it back within the last three months. And I was just wondered if I'd waited too late. Are are, you know? Not that it's never too late, you know, would it Yeah, It's never too late. And you would have you know you lost those years, but that's that's water under the bridge. What do you want to think about that? You got plenty. You've got plenty of time. You'll do fine. You'll do fine. And your star continue to contribute. Stick with the 2040 fun and remember this that by nature, the 2040 fund does its own getting more conservative as you get older. So that's the idea of those funds that every year to they get a little more conservative as you go through time. So theoretically, I'm not saying you won't have to, but theoretically, you shouldn't have to do anything. You should be able to keep that and it should kind of be capturing some of that gain and getting a little bit more conservative. Then don't forget the 100% return that you make just by getting the company match. Right? How big was the reforms? Yeah, I mean, that's you. Oh, it's it's not. It's not Vanguard itself, but their funds. Their funds are not. 2020 40 fun is is not gonna be likely biblically responsible. You're not likely It's not. It's just flat out. Not I know. What is it? So, um You know there. I mean, they show off mutual fund remember, is ah group of companies a lot of companies and they all have so many of you have the same big companies and then A lot of different smaller companies. And you know the big companies and the ones that are the sum of the biggest violators. Off of You know not being difficult, responsible. But you gotta at least do that. You gotta get the match and Anything above that. If you want to get biblically responsible, then you gotta start to think about going into some other individual funds, which means you would be have to get real real conservative. Understand. Thank you very much for your time, sir. Oh, All right, Roger..
"roger you" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"I contributed it for several years and then stopped and was out of it for About three years and recently came back into it. It's gotta annual increase of 1% automatic increase. I'm 44 years old and can retire at 62 Is that That a good plan to be in or where I'm going to actually be able to see something out of this are my my two later. Get some advice on that. Well, is it do you contribute? Do I contribute and company matches up to 6% through Band Garden. Hey, Are you contributing 6%? No, I'm contributing 2%, currently with 1% automatic ankle candidly. Okay? So, um No, I would keep it. I wouldn't get out of it. I mean, I would just, you know. So I'll just say this day Gonna make a general statement to everybody listening. We have to understand everything that we have. When we have 41 case anything like it's about what things are invested in. Before one K in and of itself is not an investment. It's just an account. It's a type of account, but depending upon where it's invested in and what your options are, is everything That's everything about the account. So if you are invested in a very conservative position Then you need the pump that up a little bit. You need to be a little bit more aggressive and you need because you have time. That you're going to be in there and you need to contribute as much as you can consistently without any interruption, And I think you're do fine, but you don't want to be too awfully conservative. When you have so much time. Left between now and when you retire. That makes sense. Yes, sir. It does, and also I don't know what you're being offered. So you might have to talk to them and say, you know, um I in something really conservative. Sounds like you might be a Maya's healthy, really conservative. You know, you need to be somewhat. Somewhat aggressive. And because you can afford to be it means you're gonna have some losses, Things air dropped, things would go back up. But in the long run, you'll be you know a little bit better. But are you in it? Do you know anything about the kind of fun urine? Is that like a 2030 fun? 2040 2050. That that kind of phone 2040 or you don't know. 2040 and I told the Company. I wanted to be aggressive because I've been told that you go aggressive early on in your in your 41 K and then become conservative with it towards the last five years of your career. Accurate. That's Yeah, That's right. And so if you're in a 2040 fun you're okay. I wouldn't change anything. I leave it alone. I think 2040 fund is a good is a good mix. And you know the whole key is going to be to really continue to contribute and increase it it you know when you can Uh, check in and I think Now. Roger You said you stopped for three years. What made you stop? I wouldn't management and I went back to the agreement position, which is a ground craft, and it didn't offer the trick, an investment plan so it automatically stop me from contributing. And then I came back into management about Four years ago, and I just never got back on the track to get into it. So I just started it back within the last three months. And I was just wondered if I'd waited too late or are you know Not that it's never too late. I mean, would it Yeah, It's never too late. And you would have you know you lost those years, but that's that's water under the bridge. What do you want to think about that? You got plenty. You've got plenty of time. You'll do fine. You'll do fine. And just continue to contribute. Stick with the 2040 fun and remember this that by nature, the 2040 fund does its own getting more conservative as you get older. So that's the idea of those funds that every year or two, they get a little more conservative as you go through time. So theoretically, I'm not saying you wanted to, but theoretically, you shouldn't have to do anything. You should be able to keep that and it should kind of be capturing some of that gain and getting a little bit more conservative. Then don't forget the 100% return that you make just by getting the company match. Right? How big was the response? Yeah. I mean, that's you. Oh, it's it's not. It's not vanguard itself, but their funds. Their funds are not the 20. That 2040 fund is not gonna be likely biblically responsible. I'm not likely it's not. It's just flat out. Not I know. What is it? So, um You know there. I mean, they show off mutual fund remember, is ah group of companies a lot of companies and they all have so many of you have the same big companies and then A lot of different smaller companies. And you know the big companies and the ones that are the sum of the biggest violators. Of of You know, not being biblically responsible. But you got at least two that you got to get the match and Anything above that. If you want to get biblically responsible, then you gotta start to think about going into some of their individual funds, which means you would be have to get real real conservative. Understand. Thank you very much for your time, sir. Oh, All right, Roger. I appreciate it. Thank you. God Blessed All right. Who's on back here? I don't have George in Texas..
"roger you" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Man. These are the Times where I'd I wish I was a little bit more into bikes. I pulled a couple of friends of mine. When I knew we're going to be talking about the story and I was like. Is this cool and everyone was like yeah, man, not cheap, but it's very cool. The the idea that that an e bike, not just a bike, but an electric bike you know with a decent range and pretty cool specs is getting three D. printed and yeah. I mean I. Don't know maybe. Ten hours will become five hours. You know as as the technology gets better, but it's pretty fascinating to me. Roger You were saying you. You've had some experience with these sorts of things in the and not having the welding is a big advantage. Now having the weddings a big advantage in that little what you were saying? There's a CO worker who is writing down a street and San Francisco. His bike was less than a month old, because you ordered it online, and it literally cracked at a joint between the the front of the frame, and and the the main bar, the cracked at that wealth, and so he literally his bike split into while he was writing, which is a very? Unsafe proposition no kidding, but the other thing is how incredibly light this bike. Typically you need to go. Carbon Fiber and carbon fibers are usually limited to therese bax I have never seen an e bike as she made of that kind of composite material that says a lot of weight, because if you ever ridden a e bike and tried to peddle it, it's a lot heavier than just normal bike because you have the weight of the batteries and and the additional mode the. The the electric yeah part of the e bike makes makes it easier to peddle right. Yeah, but it just handling-wise. This whole thing makes it a lot easier than it would have been. If you just did it. Traditionally I can definitely see the excitement about it..
"roger you" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Man these are the Times where I'd I wish I was a little bit more into bikes. I pulled a couple of friends of mine. When I knew we're going to be talking about the story and I was like. Is this cool and everyone was like yeah, man, not cheap, but it's very cool. The the idea that that an e bike, not just a bike, but an electric bike you know with a decent range and pretty cool specs is getting three D. printed and yeah. I mean I don't know maybe. Ten hours will become five hours. You know as as the technology gets better, but it's pretty fascinating to me. Roger You were saying you. You've had some experience with these sorts of things in the and not having the welding is a big advantage. Now having the weddings a big advantage in that little what you were saying. There's at a CO worker who is writing down a street and San Francisco. His bike was less than a month old because you ordered it online and it literally cracked at a joint between the the front of the frame, and and the the main bar, the cracked at that wealth, and so he literally his bike split into while he was writing, which is a very? Unsafe proposition, no kidding, but the other thing is incredibly light this bike. Typically you need to go. Carbon, fiber and carbon fibers are usually limited to therese. Bax I have never seen an e bike. As she made of that kind of composite material that says a lot of weight, because if you ever ridden a e bike and tried to peddle it, it's a lot heavier than just normal bike because you have the weight of the batteries and and the additional mode. The the electric. Yeah part of the e bike makes makes it easier to peddle right. Yeah, but it just handling-wise. This whole thing makes it a lot easier than it would have been. If you just did it. Traditionally, I can definitely see the excitement about it..
"roger you" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Man these are the Times where I'd I wish I was a little bit more into bikes. I pulled a couple of friends of mine. When I knew we're going to be talking about the story and I was like. Is this cool and everyone was like yeah, man, not cheap, but it's very cool. The the idea that that an e bike, not just a bike, but an electric bike you know with a decent range and pretty cool specs is getting three D. printed and yeah I mean I don't know maybe. Ten hours will become five hours. You know as as the technology gets better, but it's pretty fascinating to me. Roger You were saying you. You've had some experience with these sorts of things in the and not having the welding is a big advantage. Now having the weddings, a big advantage in that little what you were saying, there's a CO worker who is writing down a street and San Francisco. His bike was less than a month old because you ordered it online and it literally cracked at a joint between the the front of the frame, and and the the main bar, the cracked at that wealth, and so he literally his bike split into while he was writing, which is a very? Unsafe proposition no kidding, but the other thing is how incredibly light this bike. Typically you need to go. Carbon Fiber and carbon fibers are usually limited to therese. Bax I have never seen an e bike as she made of that kind of composite material that says a lot of weight, because if you ever ridden a e bike and tried to peddle it, it's a lot heavier than just normal bike because you have the weight of the batteries and and the additional mode. The the electric yeah part of the bike makes makes it easier to peddle right. Yeah, but it just handling-wise. This whole thing makes it a lot easier than it would have been. If you just did it. Traditionally I can definitely see the excitement about it. It's also very pricey. I mean I don't have I don't think anyone. Twelve to thirteen hundred bucks seems kind of like the limit where people would actually. Be Able to spend for, but you know at the three to four grand it definitely for the people who bigger waltz. Yeah and that wallet. Them Down Outweigh, the advantage of the lighter bike because..
"roger you" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Man? These are the Times where I'd I. Wish I was a little bit more into bikes. I pulled a couple of friends of mine. When I knew we're going to be talking about the story and I was like. Is this cool and everyone was like yeah, man cheap, but it's very cool. The the idea that that an e bike, not just a bike, but an electric bike you know with a decent range and pretty cool specs is getting three D. printed, and yeah, I mean I. Don't know maybe. Ten hours will become five hours. You know as as the technology gets better, but it's pretty fascinating to me. Roger You were saying you. You've had some experience with these sorts of things in the and not having the welding is a big advantage. Now having the weddings a big advantage in that little what you were saying, there's a a CO worker who is writing down a street and San Francisco. His bike was less than a month old because you ordered it online and it literally cracked at a joint between the the front of the frame, and and the the main bar, the cracked at that wealth, and so he literally his bike split into while he was writing, which is a very? Unsafe proposition. But the other thing is how incredibly light this bike. Typically you need to go. Carbon Fiber and carbon fibers are usually limited to therese bax I have never seen an e bike as she made of that kind of composite material that says a lot of weight, because if you ever ridden an e bike and tried to peddle it, it's a lot heavier than just normal bike because you have the weight of the batteries and and the additional mode. The, the electric yeah part of the bike makes makes it easier to peddle right. Yeah, but it just handling-wise. This whole thing makes it a lot easier than it would have been if you just did it traditionally I can definitely see the excitement about it. It's also very pricey. I mean I don't have i. don't think anyone. Twelve to thirteen hundred bucks seems kind of like the limit where people would actually. Be Able to spend for, but you know at the three to four grand it definitely for the people who bigger waltz. Yeah and that Wallet Bolden Way Them Down Outweigh the advantage of the lighter bike because..
"roger you" Discussed on Mark Simone
"Wow We got a lot to get to Connecticut is open. New York. City should be opening about June fifteenth. We'll give you all the details about the judges phase one opening everything's GonNa start to open Even a mayor de Blasio always try to see if the slowest kid in the class gets it. Then you know you got through some even. He is starting to get it It's Memorial Day weekend it's Joe Bartlett when the when the New Year started it was twenty twenty mm. We're looking forward to the summer like I was. This is going to be a great year. The summer at twenty twenty was going to be a great summer. Who kind of imagined All of this but Summer begins officially. Today it's Memorial Day weekend. The weather's not that great but shouldn't Memorial Day. We can actually been next weekend. The twenty nine. This is a little early. Yeah so I remember the earlier in the year. So that's great. They may have an extra week summer. Who knew there'd be nothing but Connecticut is doing pretty well They've opened stores restaurants. I've been calling people in the big big stores up there and the malls and I said how's it going? These people are coming in people you know. They're anxious to get out there people coming. We're only at the thirty forty percent capacity though ahead to remind him you know you're only at five percent capacity before this began. They forget retail already died so But if you were driving around Stanford last night Bedford shoot. Where all those outdoor restaurant? There were people outdoors spread out if you were in Greenwich There was prime crab. Shell the Scowl J. House all the outdoor places and then on Greenwich Avenue Let the places put some tables outside They got a smart mayor. There's Fred Kamilo new mayor. This guy will figure this out the now. Here's what's going to happen there's The town was pushing for it. He's figuring out how do it? They'll close off parts of the avenue and let the restaurants put the tables out into the street and all over once that works. People are all watching Connecticut To weeks from now. This has worked. Everybody will do that even in New York. That's what we'll do it here. We'll close off some streets You know you go to Third Avenue on the east side Madison Avenue in the Seventies. We got a lot of restaurants in a row. They'll close off the streets and let them spread out into the street. Joe Bartlett doesn't know what we're talking about. 'cause he's in South Carolina where they went back to normal. What three weeks ago? I went to a restaurant last night. It was very nice restaurant but you could eat inside if you wanted to write the worst seats in. I'm not ready for that yet. Okay you don't feel well. You don't have many cases down there but if you were in New York City right now would you go to a restaurant if it opened. Would you feel little outside outside? I think you're fine. The service keep their masks Don They maintain their distance. No tables next to you. It's fine I I think I feel very safe eating out so listen to talk to every expert you can talk to every expert agrees on one thing. It cannot transmit in food. There's no way it's in your food that you're not possible now. What about the plate? What about the containers? The take out. It's possible but you know if you touch those just wash your hands afterwards and you find but all the experts now even that stupid. Cdc which is the other slow kid in the class. They're always way behind even there now. Changing their guidelines to say it's most likely never transmitted by a surface. They think it's always droplets person to person touch your droplets in the air. Very very rarely. Is it going to transmit on the surface so it's pretty safe to eat outside You know some people are afraid to go back to Sushi Sushi but again I've been huddling with a lot of restaurants with Sushi. Might be the safest thing you can eat. Because you know you've got that one Sushi chef there. He does everything. He cuts up. Everything does everything. It's not like a regular kitchen where there's a prep kitchen where like eighteen guys. Eighteen illegal aliens prep everything and then it goes to another station another station so forty hands of the time it gets like but again it should be pretty safe in a restaurant. I mean the all again now the only when you go to restaurant. We don't wear masks down there to you when you go to the store grocery store go into any sort of retail store you. Most people have mask on The only problem the restaurant when everybody's you have to wear the mask but when you sit down to eat you take it off. So now. Suddenly raises the tables with the masks of It's GONNA be alright. Everything's so even. I mean again. A lot of teachers told me this always look at the dumbest kid in the class. If he's getting it then you've explained it. Well then you've done your job if it's getting through to him so even mayor de Blasio says it's time to reopen He's watched Connecticut have done a pretty good job now. Of course you gotta wait and see if there's any spike in a couple of weeks but Florida Georgia Texas all the places that reopened despite we hear on fake news. There's no spikes anywhere. Everything's fine numbers are dramatically down in New York so the mayor is talking about June fifteenth for phase one reopening now phase one B Stores do all stores can open a new curbside Phase to should follow very fast. Maybe a week or so and then They'll allow you to go into the stores and I they're talking about. Possibly moving phase went up to June first and face to June fifteenth. So this could happen very fast if the numbers keep dropping so even even mayor de Blasios gets it so now you notice governor Cuomo. There's no hope of ever everything will be reopened. Even if he doesn't reopen we're reopening without you. We don't need you know. This is the mayor to block roads. Leading to the first half of June the city indicators the state indicators. We're seeing very clear progress. We have to sustain the progress. Now Joe Bartlett. What is wrong with him? You normally especially in real life. He's of He's kind of a fun jovial guy with a good personality. Yeah semen real life. He's a nice guy. He jokes around kids around with you. he's got a very easy going way about him he used to be not it wasn't Churchill but he was a pretty good speaker. You had a nice personality. Why does he say he sounds so frightened all the time? Now listen to this. He's giving good news and he sounds terrified. This is like a hostage video. All roads. Leading to the first half of June the city indicators state indicator what does it sounded. Oh well gotta think he's worried about what's going to be left of this city when he does decide to reopen it it's going to be it's a shambles. Yeah it's a disaster. Now he can put together all these commissions of how to reopen any through on the commissions a lot of Richard Ravitch type guys. You know very experienced Serious business people and I I'm sure these guys have been telling them you've destroyed everything that you totally destroyed the city. You GotTa stop this start reopening so You know you all these stores that are open. All the supermarkets are open. Hundreds of people only supermarkets every day. Nobody's getting sick in there. So why can't you open all the stores? Even the mom and pop stores clothing stores of you know whatever kind of stores I mean. Understand no makeup counter where they're GONNA put their hands on your face but start opening up So June fifteenth is The date the looking at figure June I. I think this is going to go faster than you think and again. They may try that thing when they do. The restaurants closed some of the streets and spread the tables out. You know when you're into like these Connecticut Restaurant. Some of them are real hot spots. So they've spread. The tables outs is a few feet between you and every table and when you go in and look at them you helping you do this before. This is the way you're supposed to. You know when you go to New York City restaurant you're on top of everybody Katie idea eating a meal in the middle of third avenues. It's just not appealing to me. Well but They do have outdoor tables illegals and all those places have outdoor tables in the Middle Street. well street all right now. Here's the other problem Even if you've ever sat I listen if you're at the Americana and you're eating cipollini outside it's beautiful. It's the grass. But whenever you eat outside mellows or anyone those places Madison Avenue. All that happens is four homeless guys. Come right up to your table and those is tripping all of your food buses. The exhaust fumes are going all over your system. It's not the greatest experience so well we'll we'll we'll Keep an eye on this situation. I think you're GonNa have some good news when we come back on Tuesday after Memorial Day weekend about New York City reopening. You see a big drop this weekend in numbers. Hey the president went to the Ford Motor Company. He had them convert the factory. To turn out ventilators they have been turning out tens of thousands of ventilators. I know what you're saying. You're saying how do we need these ventilators for we don't but this This cuomo this crazy Cuomo remember. He was yelling. Forty thousand ventilators. It was yelling this so much that he turned the president went nuts turning these factories into ventilator producers we now have hundreds of thousands of ventilators were stockpiling. I guess the what we'll do we'll just stockpile them if there's ever another Situation like this. We'll have them in a warehouse somewhere for years. But they're totally unnecessary so the president went to thank them. inspect factory. The subject was ventilators. And of course when he got there every question from the press wearing a mask. Where's your mask? How come you're not wearing a mask? I'm watching this you ever watch his dopey Lori stokes. She's on in the morning on TV. She show and she's so disgusted by him and she said he's not wearing a mask not wearing a mask. She's sitting in the studio with a lot of people not wearing a mask showing a clip of call wearing a mask showing clips of the Blasios. Not Worrying about never says a word about them so it's just a game. It's just a stupid game. They did ask him Why he didn't wear a mask what he did. Say something about ready to the choice.
"roger you" Discussed on Mark Simone
"Wow We got a lot to get to Connecticut is open. New York City should be opening about June fifteenth. We'll give you all the details about the judges. opening everything's GonNa start to open even a mayor de Blasio. Try to see if the slowest kid in the class gets it then you know you got through some. Even he is starting to get it It's Memorial Day weekend. It's Joe Bartlett when the. When the New Year started, it was twenty twenty mm. We're looking forward to the summer like I was. This is going to be a great year. The summer at twenty twenty was going to be a great summer. who kind of imagined all of this but summer begins officially today. It's Memorial Day weekend. The weather's not that great, but shouldn't Memorial Day. We can actually been next weekend. The twenty nine. This is a little early. Yeah, so I. Remember the earlier in the year. So that's great, they may. have an extra week summer. Who knew there'd be nothing? But Connecticut is doing pretty well they've opened stores restaurants. I've been calling people in the big big stores up there and. The malls and I said. How's it going? These people are coming in people. You know they're anxious to get out there. People coming. We're only at the thirty forty percent capacity though ahead to remind him. You know you're only at five percent capacity. Before this began. They forget retail already died so but if you were driving around Stanford last night Bedford, shoot where all those outdoor restaurant. There were people outdoors spread out. If you were in Greenwich there was prime crab shell. The Scowl J. House all the outdoor places, and then on Greenwich Avenue let the places put some tables outside They got a smart mayor. There's Fred Kamilo new mayor. This guy will figure this out the now. Here's what's going to happen. There's The town was pushing for it. He's figuring out. How do it? They'll close off parts of the avenue and let the restaurants put the tables out into the street, and all over once that works people are all watching. Connecticut to weeks from now. This has worked. Everybody will do that even in New York. That's what we'll do it here. We'll close off some streets. You know you go to third, avenue, on the east side Madison Avenue in the seventies, we got a lot of restaurants in a row. They'll close off the streets and let them spread out into the street Joe Bartlett doesn't know what we're talking about. 'cause he's in south. Carolina would. They went back to normal what three weeks ago. I went to a restaurant last night. It was very nice. Restaurant. But. You could eat inside if you want to write. The worst seats in. I'm not ready for that yet. Okay. You don't feel well. You don't have many cases down there, but if you were in New York City right now. Would you go to a restaurant if it opened? Would you feel little? Outside outside. I think you're fine. The service keep their masks Don they maintain their distance. No tables next to you. It's fine I i. think I feel very safe eating out. So Listen to talk to every expert you can talk to. Every expert agrees on one thing it cannot transmit in food. There's no way it's in your food that you're not possible now. What about the plate? What about the containers the take out? It's possible, but you know if you touch those just wash your hands afterwards and you find, but all the experts now that stupid CDC, which is the other slow kid in the class. They're always way behind even their now their guidelines to say it's most likely never transmitted by a surface. They think it's always droplets person to person. Touch your droplets in the air very very rarely. Is it going to transmit on the surface, so it's pretty safe to eat outside You. Know some people are afraid to go back to Sushi? Sushi, but again I've been huddling with a lot of restaurants with. Sushi might be the safest thing you can eat because. You know you've got that one Sushi. Chef there. He does everything he cuts up. Everything does everything. It's not like a regular kitchen where there's a prep kitchen. Where like eighteen guys, eighteen illegal aliens prep everything, and then it goes to another station another station. So forty hands of the time. It gets like, but again it should be. Pretty safe in a restaurant. I mean the all again now. The only when you go to restaurant, we don't wear masks down there to you. When you go to the store grocery store, go into any sort of retail store. You most people have mask on. The only problem the restaurant when everybody's you have to wear the mask, but when you sit down to eat, you take it off so now suddenly raises the tables with the masks of. it's GonNa. Be Alright. Everything's so even. I mean again. A lot of teachers told me this always look at the dumbest kid in the class. If he's getting it then you've explained it well, then you've done your job. If it's getting through to him so even Mayor de Blasio says it's time to reopen He's watched Connecticut. Have done a pretty good job now. Of course you gotta wait and see if there's any spike in. In a couple of weeks, but Florida. Georgia Texas all the places that reopened despite we hear on fake news. There's no spikes anywhere. Everything's fine numbers are dramatically down in New York, so the mayor is talking about June fifteenth for phase one reopening now phase, one B stores do all stores can open a new curbside. phase to should follow very fast maybe a week or so. And then they'll allow you to go into the stores and I. They're talking.
"roger you" Discussed on Homophilia
"I think that because I play characters as an entertainer separates the artist or the art from the artist. And I feel like people can can can I don't know they don't get hung up on my beliefs they don't get hung up on my personal. They just see the characters and I I kinda like that they. Yeah I think a lot of other entertainers detainers. Not that. It's better or worse but most other entertainers are themselves on the Internet. And so if they say something the audience doesn't like then there's a legitimate person to be upset about now you know as whereas if a character does something terrible it's all that's a character And I don't think I'm a bad person I think I'm trying I'm not trying to hide who I am or anything but I love just kind kind of being a mystery to you know to most people I like when someone comes up to me. They don't know if I'm going to be nicer. They're kind of a little bit scared to talk to me because I don't know if I'm crazy and I kind of like having that are around me. I'm always curious because there are so many people who are trying to get where you are Mar.. If you run across in your dating lighter even just in your social life people who are sort of you know getting close to you you and you can kind of sniff that they have ulterior motive. I think it's pretty obvious. I mean it smells pretty punch out. There's never been anyone rambling Um they might have ulterior. It's definitely cut off. It's definitely toyed with my trust But I've I've made a lot of friends who are around. My you know following of our size of creator and I talk with you. Know we go to each other's houses and we smoke weed and we kick back and shoot the shit and we talk about this kind of and it's like I i. I'm not the only one who's going through it. I'm not the only one who like a lot of other. People are even possibly have had it worse than me or more defensive about rightfully. So you know. I've heard a lot of horror stories from other creators about like being tricked by someone that they were on a date with or being tricked by whatever someone they were hanging out with. Well I think just I just go with my gut with everyone I meet and I don't really an inch I I really am introverted with like I rarely ever bring anyone you know. have anyone over on this. I know them I rarely ever like hang out one on one with someone they really know them I so so for someone to be able to take advantage of. It hasn't happened yet that I know of on knock on wood. But I don't know I think I have a pretty good grasp on who's good and WHO's bad. Most people are good. I've found out like most people I've met in the last three years. I can't knock on wood. I've just been angels so especially if people outside of California picture. What do you look for dating? Weiss honored anyways tight. Oh let me tell you the faces a very important thing I think like a face. Well I I like the face but also like well when it comes to personality. I think they have to be very smart. Because I like someone who understands re or who can pick up on really subtle sarcasm or really dry humor and I think that the ability to do that I think I think a sense of humor is a brilliant test of intelligence or at least their social intelligence and and just their appreciation for word play. I think someone who can appreciate good. A good conversation likes to laugh and likes to poke fun a Yeah like if they're not making me laugh what the why. They must have sweet ass. Because if I'm not laughing there's gotta be some other redeeming quality and most the people of data just don't make me laugh but Yeah I look for. I am just a face because I think more that is I'm I'm not talking about physically when I'm when I'm on a date with someone you could tell a lot by there is what they're saying there is and You know some people I just had dead is and I just get real limb when I see that I'm just like Oh like are you even and then some people have crazy is and they're you know they're so yeah. I think the is not so so much the face but the eyes and just funny can't or can they at least appreciate humor. Yeah but really. What I'm saying is laugh at my jokes? Very important Shaw no I I. I'm pretty open. Even when I was in India I was flirting. Yeah I was and I did meet a guy. And here's some tea and I've only I've only never told anyone yet but I sneezed in front of.
"roger you" Discussed on Homophilia
"I am Gay was still part of me still I still Kinda like women is still do. I would say that I'm definitely more intimate but I still like women and there was a time in my life. I did only like women like when I was a kid. I remember like I would only checkout girls and then eventually it through puberty maybe it was. I signed one developing I was like oh I like like guys more. I don't I don't know what switched for me. But it was around puberty and so the first person actually confirmed it to my fruit fly. Is that offensive fag. I don't know what they say now but she was my best friend and I told her and that was the first time I ever felt because I lived in livermore which is very small. It's a very at the time. At least it was very a income. Pretty Conservative and there weren't a lot of people who are out yet and so she was the first person that I openly said it to and to not get the sort of backlash that I very much X.. or or or judgement or disappoint disappointment I think is the right word. I was afraid of. Disappointing her And I didn't in that felt really good and then I started being more open about it with my friends and that felt really good and then I started getting what people talk about movies like a weight off your shoulders because it is when you're when you're pretending to be straight it's a little a little bit of a lie you're telling every single time you pretend the checkout girl or every single time someone says oh you need a girlfriend and you don't you don't negate them you know it's like it's like it's a little little bit of stress that kind of flickers through your brain. It's just like a and it's one less thing I I don't have to lie about anywhere but I never really came out to my family because after I moved move to. La Youtube Channel took off. It's like there's no way they don't know that I'm gay and there's no way that like now at this point it's like a talk would be kind of awkward uh-huh brought a guy home. No because every time I dated a guy either it wasn't during the holidays or I was at their family for Thanksgiving. Actually no one one year idea bringing home a one year And that was like it was it was weird. 'cause I knew that my family and never seen that before like I'm the only person that I know of my family who is queer and so I knew they weren't used to seeing some like part of me was like all right. Just look as much like if you're just my guy friend coming over as we can but then I'm like like do I care that much about these people's opinions that like let's just suck each other's dicks. I don't know I I honestly I just want. I didn't know how to touted. I mean it wasn't super awkward. It just felt weird with see like my grandparents looking over Makram who has dementia Manchester just like having to be reminded. Oh He's gay. Oh that's Oh but a I don't know but I see my family pretty much like once a year now at same about I think in during the Thanksgiving Christmas this year is probably Thanksgiving. You know I don't know if I'll be there for Christmas but but yeah so and I'm not with anyone else so this is another year. I'm not bringing someone someone over but It is cool though it is cool visiting family you know now. Even though I don't I I visit them with the career that they all follow that that's diff- you know. Even though I'm not with anyone they still have a bucket of questions every time I visit home because they watch all my videos they follow my instagram. I mean they're very in touch with what I'm doing and that's why that's why it's like. I almost don't want to have the conversation. I know if this cool with what I'm doing and then following me this closely. They clearly know that I'm gay. And they clearly are still accepting so he was like no conversation needed to be had and I feel like it's almost less awkward to just. Okay let's move on you know so I didn't really have a coming out. That story just stopped and then I just stopped denying you know at least to my family and everyone else. It's like if you can't tell you know some people I have. I just I cannot tell and and I have to say it but I think most people know. I think I don't know maybe earlier this and maybe they'll hear this. I think he might be but Yeah do they all understand your career. I mean especially like the old older members of your family people who are sort of cree Internet they they do because a lot of them have kids a lot of them have kids now. The it's weird because I in my family. There's no one really my age. There's people who are a generation above me me in a generation who and then who had generation below me so that generation below me which Z.. Right yes he And then generation X. who's them above above me They know about the kids and the kids It's weird 'cause they only know me as as who I am on Youtube. They really don't know who I am in real life because I've lived in La for about seven years and a lot of them are around seven or older. But not old enough to remember genuinely who I was as a human being when I lived there so when I visit home I'll see in my cousins. Is there a little shy. Or they're a little bit. It's the same. Look I see when I when I have a meet and greet and people okay. Oh Hey you're next you know for the picture an autograph you know. It's like right when they're kind of during the headline that's sort of how my cousins look at me and it's weird because it's a weird way of spending time with his family and I it's it's It's like this. Is My family like chill out. I'm just here to eat but There yeah none of my family. Has There's been a dick about what I do. Thank God they're pretty comical people on both sides there. There are a lot of comedians that I grew up with so thank God. What are your dealings with like commenters and and fans like they can be vicious? Actually they've been ver- I've been really lucky If there's any criticism and I really I very rarely troll criticism which is at fake and gay dumb fucking fuck. This guy is very rarely. Do I see that Mo- if there's any criticism constructive like I could tell you use this ending before or I can tell you and that kind of Shit I live for because it's like you know you're right you're smart audience like you know but they don't it's not mean it's people if they're if they're criticizing it's because they were disappointed because they expected something that they didn't get or that or they. They were rooting for the video and some part of it. Let them down. And and that's the kind of criticism I get for the most part Ev. You know the Internet just like I said with the Youtube community. The Internet is been much more welcome and I work with kind kind of a freak show of people. My cast is very They're interesting each of them are interesting in appearance and in in how they conduct doc themselves and I feel like I run this little circus of interesting actors and every time I introduce a new person sometimes they might be heavy or trans or you. You know what a you know. They're they're you know I'm always a little afraid of what the comments are going to say. The first time I work with an actor I add them to my cast. And I'm like what are people going to think of him him or her or them and they've all been welcoming you know they've all been really really accepting and I. I'm very touched by how the Internet you know. It's like one of one of the actors I work with the most. She's a seventy something year old trans woman and she is in my opinion. One of the greatest actors I've ever worked with And she's one of the most brilliant people but when I when I had her in the videos for the first time I didn't know how the end that was gonNA reactor and she's reading my comments you know. And so it's like part of me feels it's like a you know a little bit like these are my kids in a way and I'm very protective of what people say about them. Because I know they're reading the comments and I didn't have to delete anything with her like I'm looking at the comments and like who is this interesting woman. And where did she come from. And why nothing was negative and to this day. They adore her and the other people I work with. I work with in all kinds of you know. Ages shapes genders cast is a very very colorful group of people and no one has ever picked on anyone one for any kind of so. I think the Internet at least the people who watch my videos. They're not the Internet that I thought I would encounter when I would blow up you. You know like why always thought. Oh thank God. I'm still a small youtuber because if I was big I don't know if I could take the criticism on the new. I Made Weird content. I'm like I don't know how the world would react. I've been surprised at how the world's reacted to it and so Negative comments yeah. They just don't wouldn't you attribute that to because it seems like that's the only place on the Internet. Well uh-huh doing something right. I think that the content doesn't take itself seriously at all it's very self deprecating. It's very like it's it's self-aware trash and and it's it's not. There's there's zero pride with it. It's all just like just utter. It's like like like going to the circus. You go to kind kind of be a little bit disgusted or scared or you know when you see people swallowing swords and I think that people go to my channel at this point. People know what they're into and they when they usually really when they click on a video of mine or and I I don't know I think that with content as vulgar as it's almost how do you call trash disgusting. You know like how do do you call. I don't know I I've just been very very very fortunate. I also enjoy like I rarely. I rarely come out as a human being out of character actor. You know other than time like this. You know a podcast interview or an appearance cameo in something but very rarely in my ever expressing my own on opinions beliefs and.
"roger you" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Are and what your sign means Were and and so it was hard for me to watch my older siblings quit school because they missed too many days when you go I like that you're gonna read later in the show here that really speaks to that education piece but I just curious what was it sort of your internal strength to help you get out of you know what was very difficult circumstances is to get the education you need well I was determined not to live in poverty will determine to live a better life than my mom and Dad I listened to my teachers in school when they told me that as an African American into sixties that opportunities would be afforded us if we were educated and so I wanted to be among the group oh it's okay to people who I could improve my my standard of living and hopefully if I because I saw this occurs in in my family and so I felt like if I improve my standard of living than I could encourage my other younger siblings to improve their standard living is Wael so I felt like I had to finish school ahead to go to college in a head to better myself because I wanted to say the example in my family and Roger You you said you had a normal childhood but what does that mean exactly what's normally Michigan Well Michigan did a lot of playing golf when I was in high school I learned how to play golf off I started off playing a lot of little league baseball but I wasn't very good so you're GonNa read a story about baseball said that that sort of inspire your your love of the Game baseball's always been a a love of mine but I played a lot of golf played on the golf team in high school and college played golf all through my life so that's playing playing Playing Golf in in the spring in Michigan was challenge played in April and May which is like a short January and February here in North Carolina. Nabarro talked about living off the land you you just got back from a hiking trip where you're trying to live off the land but only for two days right three automobile drive my back is still barely speaking okay and then your first piece here at the pond is involves what happens finals when aspired it was written as a as a like a classroom exercise boroughs book writing fiction and one of the sizes was right something from the point of view of someone or something other than a human so just whip this up as a as an exercise and then some months later the Charlotte Riders Club had a contest for flash fiction so squashed it down to under five hundred words and won a prize yeah and is this what kind of bird is it the the something these fish is a hair okay and what what made it occurred to you the it should be more afraid of the human than the doll will the pond the pond is a that I visualize pond on a farm of a friend of mine lives in West Virginia so I've seen this hair and at his pond trying to eat his coy that are in his pond and my friend who lives in West Virginia he lives off the land and he's been known to shoot deer graze and corn alongside is garden out his bedroom window so so I put this story about by friends farm in West Virginia and why the hair and Oughta have fear that farmer and Barbara you're opening read five lies I heard you read this writer's Club is a her roger read his piece this is a true story from your child right the era is now I will some eleven ten or eleven and I wanted to participate in mayday so badly but we had to have a particular cost you and I knew that my parents couldn't afford it but I kept digging I just kept digging for new shoes because my teacher told us we had to have black shoes pickles and each time my teacher asked me if I hit when she was on my costume I would lie I was GonNa say you start you tell there's one lie in this little extra cheer even therefore is it happened before that right before every time she will accent will look at her and just lie yes Ma'am I I got it yes Ma'am I'm reading and some now that Miracle Happen for me the night before May Day today it makes me just continue my favorite make me believe chills just comes over my body every time I think about it because it happened exactly that way where you've got to put on the spot there in your prayer right if you can't even give me some black shoes I I'm not going to believe all these things Joan oil everything out and said that and more in my prayer it just that I had cut it down to read everything but I I really do challenge guard there. SOS Incidental Avenue. I didn't know any better I didn't know he he Exa from your memoir and process and one from Roger but the piece you're gonna read now it's called a desire to kill can you you tell us a little bit about that before you read it because you're going to be an expert from it certainly I was broken hearted and is really in love with this with this young man when I was younger and we broke up and I thought it was all his fault and I will so hurt and angry that I really had planned to kill him and call my girlfriend because I want her to be my Alabama and instead of her being my album back she was really a good friend more than I deserve and she forced me to see a psychiatrist and this how I ended up in psychiatry office we must have done something more to you than just say we're breaking it off to get you thinking murder I just don't see I'm looking across the table you don't strike me as kept person who've would think about murder but umit me after head visit the psychiatrist good advertisement for psychiatrist I wilson different person and I have grown and I've learned forgiven but before being bitter person and the way to psychiatrist counter put it my childhood had a lot to do with my anger and so I had to really bring it forefront in deal with my anger in my childhood and as he actually said my desire to kill really hit nothing to do with my ex-boyfriend because what you're going to read in the story here I think there's some things that come out here they would make anyone angry right I someone had you what do that force now this was my first visit to a psychiatrist and I wondered if he was smart enough to hit me of the hair eight in bitterness at failed to it my ex boyfriend whom I had planned to kill Dr Al is me too I discuss what I remembered about my childhood then we would discuss why I wanted to commit a murder well I see it I remember working in Tibet ACA fields from sunup to sundown even before I started school I remember being cold and Hungary hot and Ongeri mostly been hungry I remember my oldest sister's boyfriend molested me on the first day of school when I was six a year so I told her and she poudel my naked bottom while her boyfriend stood and watched she said that I was too fast I also remember one of landowners in his adult son they molested me for several years I was too afraid retail anyone afraid that they would make us move from their land afraid to data would blame me for causing trouble I remain number big indebted to let me go to school instead of working on the farm I was always scared that I will not graduate high school because of frequent absences and I remember that when data get upset with me he would tell me that I was not worth the sold did I eight when Dr Alice asked me how these memories made me feel a couldn't answer a hit not even gotten to the I part so Barbara this difficult to listen to is it difficult for you to read it again difficult for me to read it is difficult for me to even think about it and it was difficult for me to write it but it had to be written even my my two adult daughters can't.