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Fresh update on "seven months" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"10 33 President Trump calls it fake news that Trump Justice Department is looking into possible evidence that someone we don't know yet who tried to bribe their way to a presidential pardon. Here's correspondent Erin Qatar Ski This is a sign of how coveted presidential pardons are. Court records revealed an alleged scheme in which someone would offer a substantial political contribution in exchange for clemency from President Trump. This investigation dates to August, But the document was just unsealed now as the president is weighing who to pardon on his way out of office. The heavily redacted document reveals no names, but said investigators had seized dozens of devices and plan to confront individuals with the evidence. The Justice Department said no government officials were or are targets of the investigation. This news comes as The New York Times reported that the president has discussed with advisers whether to grant preemptive pardons to his Children, Son in law, Jared Kushner and Rudy Giuliani. The paper also says that Giuliani himself discussed that with the president in a tweet. Giuliani called that Fake news. It's 13.5 months in prison for Joshua Wong. He is the pro democracy activist in Hong Kong who pleaded guilty to inciting an organizing an unauthorized protest outside of the city's police headquarters last year. That was during months of unrest over proposed extradition bill with China that was eventually dropped. He had faced up to three years behind bars, and this will actually mark The fourth time he served time to other activists got 10 and seven months respectively. Meantime, hundreds of supporters turned out at the courthouse yesterday, along with a small number of pro China demonstrators..
Hong Kong activists Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow jailed
"In Hong Kong have been jailed for participating in a pro democracy protests last year. There was not authorized by the police, Joshua Wong will serve more than 13 months in prison. Agnes, Child, 10 Months and Ivan Lamb, seven months. All three pleaded guilty last week, two charges related to a siege of the police headquarters. Approachable because the activist Nathan Law, who fled Hong Kong said the sentence was ridiculous and disproportionate. This is actually a bit more serious than we had expected. They have click UT That would be a major factors of Ah, deducting the sentence. They're not involved in their expections of violence. So I guess on the the circumstance that still being sentenced for more than a year, especially for Joshua. It is still quiet of the sentence for lots of people. The charges were launched before China imposed his national security law in Hong Kong, under which the activist could have been jailed for life. The U. N
Fresh "Seven Months" from AM Tampa Bay
"Our coldest starts in January temperatures back in the low sixties with sunshine this afternoon it's 41 degrees at news radio. W F L A It's the coldest morning of the season, with temperatures dropping into the thirties. In some areas. It's not just Tampa Bay. It's cold from Pensacola. Down to the Keys. Meteorologist Bob Smer back in the Florida Weather Center, says the North is getting it the worst. When you get into the coastal areas around Panama City, Pensacola temperatures would probably stay just a little above freezing. But you don't have to go too far inland across the Panhandle to get right into the twenties. Even some twenties expected not far away from Jacksonville. When you factor in the wind, even Miami feels like the load of it. Forties. Warmer air arrives today. Some counties, including Hillsborough, opened cold weather shelters, but people had to be screened for Corona virus and wear masks. Eight months after the state recorded its first case of coronavirus. Florida is now above one million state health officials reported 8800 new cases and Dr Tom you Nash and infectious disease expert at USF Health tells News Channel eight. It could get a lot worse in the coming weeks with this sort of thing where people traveled around a lot. They were visiting with family, probably around the dinner table where they weren't wearing masks. You have a chance that they're gonna be exposing the whole lot. Larger number of people don't know what if they'd just been staying off. United States, two million cases by New Year's Day. That's double the current amount is not out of the question. Thousands of Florida power and light customers whose bills are past due may soon be missin may soon be disconnected seven months after stopping disconnections because of the cove in 19 outbreak Spokesperson Marie Burdeau says disconnecting a customer for non payment is always the last resort for the folks that were disconnected in the month of actual where 80% of those votes were reconnected within 24 hours. FBL says it's paint made payment arrangements with more than a million customers. 32 year old driver of a Tampa pool service truck that went off Bayshore Boulevard and crashed into a 70 year old jogger last January,.
millennials Are hesitant On Investing In The Current Market
"During the pandemic has given many investors confidence and strong returns but millennials people born from about nineteen eighty-one until nineteen ninety. Six have been sitting out the market rally to find out why. Let's bring in our personal finance reporter. Julia carpenter julia. Thanks for being here. Thank you so much for having me. How does millennials presence in the market compared to other age groups so according to the saint louis fed about half of millennials are invested in the stock market. And that's roughly the same as gen-x gen-x again being people born between nineteen sixty five in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. That generation right before millennials. But the difference is that the value of millennials holdings is almost a third lower than that of genetics so invested about the same amount. But just holding much less. Now what are you hearing from. This generation of investors who are not in the market when stocks began to turn sharply higher back in the spring. So the folks. I talk to they. They were kind of mixed some were saying that they were invested but that they were being careful that their Their financial livelihood wasn't dependent on the market others. Were saying that the market continues to confuse them or that they are managing debt obligations managing student loans. Trying to make ends meet in another way. That didn't leave them with much. Money left over to put into the market but absolutely all of the people. I interviewed mentioned. Two thousand and eight that they were very scared of a market crash that they were scared of a recession and in many cases were still trying to recover from the last recession you spoke with several millennials who've lived through more than one sharp economic downturn one of whom is thirty nine year old david hill. He's married with two children lives just outside of chicago. And he's here with his thoughts on the market. David thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me see now. The market's been on a tear for the past six or seven months. What kept you from getting in. You know the concern is i think things tend to be over undervalued based on the news and so these wild swing day to day so if i was you know a day trader or someone who was looking to make short term gains concerned. You know long-term more long-term buy and hold type investor. So i wanna make sure that. I'm also keeping an eye on like what's happening today so it makes me a little bit nervous but since i'm more long-term viewing i don't get really caught up in big shocks and big swings but my try to at least not have too much money invested only in seoul stocks. So when you're managing your finances what's important to you. Don't take anything for granted. Be smart about where you put your money. You know they say cash is king but also caches and make money either so you got to kind of balanced your whole portfolio out between real estate your investments in retirement. How much cash. You have look at everything but just be smart about money. I try to be smart about where i'm spending on. We bought our house purposely. Spent way less our house when we could have like. We approve for a lot more than we actually paid for house. Because we just wanna say we want a place to live. They meet our needs and not have to worry about. Something happens to one of our jobs. We came to mortgage payment now so we really we really are smart about how we look at those those big purchases and you know because we know any bang an accident. A loss of a family member could bankrupt as quick. Now david. What would it take for you to feel more comfortable about putting more money in the market. Make sure i meet some of the other needs. I make sure i have enough. Put away for my kid's college tuition one day to go to college. Make sure you know. We have a big. You know something to fall back on in terms of emergency funding And also making sure that we have a nice lewis nest egg of cash. I know i shouldn't be saying that because cash is making money. But i wanna make sure that we had those basics first before putting more into the market you know having more of a term view. You don't don't. I wouldn't unless you have the stomach for and the cash sitting around and be able to take those heads do not try to be a term day-to-day investor you cannot predict the market and any individual investors can have a hard time beating out the institutional investors getting the better price so i would make sure you just have a more of a term view and be smart about where you re putting your money all right. That's chicago area. Resident david hill. So julie putting money in the market as a gamble. Is that playing a role. Here are millennials looking for tighter security when it comes to their financial obligations. A lot of the people i talked to mentioned that debt felt more pressing that's saving felt more pressing. They were prioritizing. Those financial obligations over these other things and a lot of them did have retirement plans. They were invest in their retirement plans. But they were saying that for the time being they want to be debt free and they wanna have an emergency fund because this last year really emphasized to them the importance of having emergency savings or if it's wall street journal personal finance reporter. Julia carpenter julia. Thanks for coming on the show. Thanks so much for having me in that your money
The COVIDSafe app is back. Will it work better this time?
"I'm health reported taken tyler. An opposition and journalist alter norman swan. It's wednesday the second of december and with us. Today we have a special guest Technology reporter james patil. Welcome hello sorry. Jane spec in april we had high hopes for the covid safe at that. It was going to be kind of the answer to contact tracing in australia. And it was rolled out and it didn't really land the way. At least the government wanted to but they releasing type two point are the wake can give an update on what happened before. And what the new app. The new version of the app is promising. Australia's sunscreen right. That was the phrase back in april. I think it was twenty eight that it launched and at the time we were told it was the key to us being able to reopen and to be on being able to live our lives. Covid safe uses bluetooth signals to exchange little packets of data with other phones around you using that app as well. Yeah it didn't land so so well. There were early concerns around the app. Not working so on on iphone not working so well when the when it was in the background or the screen was locked. There were privacy issues as well and although there was strong downloads in the in the first few that's sort of type it off. Seven months later were now download downloads. Which is well below that forty percent target. That scott morrison sit back in april. How effective has it been even with all those problems. Has it detected any cases where we recently heard that there were seventeen. People not identified by manual contact. Tracing that covered saif was able to identify. We heard that in senate estimates just a little while ago as to how effective it's been it's actually quite hard to tell because we have very little data we don't know how many active user so that seven million donald's figure it's actually quite worthless because it could include a whole bunch of people who downloaded it and then deleted it or who don't have it actually running actively on their phone. Can we talk about the updated version. Then what what's the tech community's take on it now if people have got the app or they want to download the app is the new version going to address the concerns that were expressed at the beginning. I was speaking with the tech community recently Shortly after the announcement of the died and there was a mixture of surprise and despair. I think many of them had been working very hard to provide bug fixes into point up problems with the app and the very experienced senior members of the community and they heard about the update through a news article. So those a sense that i tried so hard to help out and then just being sidelined. It's true that they had been the duty had asked for feedback when they announced it. But you know the overwhelming response from the tech community was if we had been asked we would have said. Don't go with the system. Go with the apple. Google exposure notification framework. Which is also a bluetooth technology system but has been developed specifically by apple and google four contact tracing on on phones that run the the operating systems and many other countries are using it now and that's important for two reasons. I suppose that there's more proof that it is more sort of testing of how it works but also if there is a global standard means that can be international contact tracing and the great promise of that say you can reopen borders international borders earlier. And so have you got any fix on the current changes whether they'll make it more usable and more people will find it useful. The chinese are about how the phones actually exchanged bluetooth signals. So it's a small part of the overall game. The has taken a protocol code herald from third party which is called vm. Ware means that the phones according to the more efficient or they they're bitter Exchanging signals so before you know it didn't work so well on iphones didn't works so well knows locked. The saying those problems been solved. They've found work arounds and so on. There's a big caveat to that. Which is that in the past. Those kinds of also been made but it's light been found out that there are problems and that the work arounds aren't perfect. You know much earlier. Version of harold with something that the us and the uk. We're looking at using for their smartphone contact. Tracing but back in june. I decided against that and i went with the apple. Google i so no other country in the world is using the herald system so any idea toll. Why they didn't. What's the downside of the apple. Google system privacy. What what's the complaint. That's interesting because i actually had an email from the government media liaison after my article went out and he reaffirmed. That strategy has no intention of using the the apple approach. He argued that the problem with that approach is it. It only notifies the person if they've been exposed doesn't notify notify central health authorities. So you know. There's nothing to guarantee that the person's actually going to go and get tested
ACCOR and Ennismore Partner to Create New Lifestyle Brand
"Europe's largest hotel company echo and the owner of the hawks. Ten are set to bring together a number of the boutique brands under a new umbrella. Following a cash free merger announced last week the group will retain the name the hawks transparent parent company. Ns more and include the hawks in gleneagles in scotland and ecorse ten lifestyle brands including montreal s. l. s. monaco's executive editor. Josh bennett spoke to sharon has richer who ceo and founder of ns more. We've had a busy last couple of weeks and months the lockdown and we're we're delighted to emerge creating new joint venture with i call. Who the europe's largest hotel company and part of this joint venture really is a merger of their lifestyle brands alongside our lifestyle brands and collectively. This new joint venture becomes the world's largest and fastest growing lifestyle hospitality platform which is incredibly exciting. Because i've spent the last decade building and this move from ground up piece by piece having taken the halston from one hotel. In east london to cross europe and across the us will recently and of course taking taking gleneagles and reimagined it to the glorious playground once was in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s the geneticists or the sort of discussions with our core started several months ago. What was interesting. As part of our discussions was really getting to know. Akwa chairman and ceo. Sebastian buzzer and core of lifestyle. And what was cliff for them was. They were very keen to create an autonomous entity because they realized early on that really have lifestyle brands flourish. Create lifestyle brands that authentic until stories. It needed to be outside of a larger web or larger corporation and the second we both aligned and agreed on that vision. It made the beginnings of this joint venture incredibly easy to form the basis of if you think about lifestyle generally or son hotels and these are hotels that have a mission they have a porpoise. They tell stories through incredible interiors. They have restaurants and bars that are local favorites. They are more than just a hotel. They have incredible cultural programming. They have amazing events and this segment which has now become lifestyle has been one of the faucets going segments across the hotel industry. You know somebody always had global ambitions and scale at mind. The second this pandemic hit. I knew i needed to do something that was created. I need to do something that was slightly out of the box. And that field my desire and more to create this joint venture with that cool because what it's now done is allowed us scale like we've never historically had an accessing kids and regions that would never be able to access. You guys have done a great job of i. Suppose bringing people together selling people to people in in beautiful spaces. The other day you talked about there was growth. And you've undertaken particularly with the hawks. Turn group impressive and dare. I say fairly aggressive growth already. I don't know rome's number ten. Maybe i've got my numbers wrong but a a tremendous surge in the number of hotels and the identity of that brand being built around the world. Could you may be hone in on that vision. Little bit i mean. How many hotels do you want to open the markets. That you find most alluring as you look out at the end of twenty twenty and i suppose into q one q two q three next year. If there's one thing. I realized over the last six seven months is brands with purpose brands with a mission matter. And we've seen that. Even though our revenues have been hauled and some of our some of our hotels had to reduce capacity way doing substantially better than any of our competitors in that neighborhood purely because off brand stands out and i think it's me so much confidence that as we come out of this pandemic that hotels that so of the local communities that are in hotels that have more than just a bed for a night hotels that a narped utilitarian law substantially longer in those brands will live a lot longer. And that's giving me a lot of confidence that what we managed do so successfully in ten cities around the world with our collection of oh tells if we can now take that formula. And i don't mean formula in the sense of you re create things in exact the same way. The forming of frost is more about the mindset. How do you create products. You create brands that kind of inspire inspire discovery. And we've learned so much all these markets that we've kind of grown and it's really allowed us to hone in on what each hawks ten means in each of those communities so now we've got an opportunity to take the hawks ten david larger platform and even more communities so they can get a sense of what these hotels what a culturally relevant hotel feels like in some of the most exciting destinations in cities around the world. What's exciting for me about the future. Is that all learnings. We've had about taking the oxygen from one to a dozen two dozen all the learnings. We've had about reimagining gleneagles to nineteen twenty s glorious past those are amazing skills that we can now hold on on a wider global portfolio. There's some incredible brands in this portfolio. Such as twenty five hours mama shelter. That are incredibly authentic that have found a lead and i'm incredibly excited to now work with those founders and the founding teams to make those brands the best they could be and there's a bunch of brands that core of created through the in house teams and i can't wait to work with them to make those brands the best they could be. So we've got a really unique opportunity on a global scale now to harness all the amazing ways of how we worked as more the last decade in terms of course curiosity intensive of obsessive design in terms of really rethinking the digital experience in terms of partnering collaborating with incredible designers and artists and makers around the world to take that insight that knowledge that skill base that process and now redo it all over again across the portfolio brands. And i'm incredibly excited to showcase that not with ten hotels at twenty zero tells but hopefully several hundred hotels that we could build around the world over the next couple of years.
Team Secret Cleans Up At Esports Awards
"Team secret for the e sports awards that i did not watch at all They one team of the year. They won player of the year which was nisha and coach of the year. Which is hain. is that all correct syndrome. Correct what do you think of that. So teamster again no. Ti this year and other other games have had the kind of their big tournaments some of them at least league for example but secret essentially winning the last. If you wanna take out the last few weeks has been seven plus money. I wanna say eight events in a row. Yeah seven months. They want everything just winning. Literally everything would you. I mean obviously our daughter bubble. So we're gonna agree right. The doda words everything. i would agree with. I don't know if i would put nietzsche's player of the year. I think it's hard to pick one. Yeah but he would definitely be one other candidates right. So i mean as it always is with these multi game award shows right. It's easy for us to say that these are great choices because we don't follow the other games that are part of it nearly as much to be honest with you. I don't even know which games are eligible to win in the sports category. If it's dodo leagues he has go rainbows. Six call of duty. Like i don't know what games are included in this is. It's hard to imagine another team in any game being as dominant the secret where this year. I think that's fair to say like you need to basically when everything right and not only that but the competition needs to be tougher which is unlikely once again because of corona because you know arguably secret even had a really tough region to play and while this was happening wasn't like it was just free easy wins because the region was week or something still tons of teams so it's super impressive I'm happy coaches got a bit more recognition so gretz to heen as well. I think he's really elevated this team to the next level they just started owning after he joined. I feel like it made a pretty big difference at least down the stretch Ceo good stuff. The thing about these awards shows though is. I don't know how much stock to put in the general. It's always cool for the teams to get recognition like this But i wish maybe it was a little bit more transparent a little more defiant. How we're going to segue into this next kind of mini topic of what do you think of award shows for e. sports in general because from my perspective i'm used to watching the oscars. I don't really watch a lot of other award shows at all but the oscars. I watch every single year. It's an event you know it's fun to watch. Even if i hate all of the movies which is sometimes the case that they just pick like the criteria just doesn't make sense to me sometimes like these artsy fartsy like movies will sometimes win for no reason. According to me but again like what criteria are they using. I don't know maybe you just don't have any taste. No that's definitely. I love in bruges. It's a great movie. Don't try to get out obligation. But what do you think from east perspective because when you look at the movies just as you know. Let's just do a one to one here. It's pretty clear. Even without knowing the exact criteria it's movies of this category but for east. There's just it feels like it's not as black and white. There's just so many different games. What is even considered an e sport. Technically speaking like. I don't even know the answer that question. That's the thing i mean. I guess the analogy of the comparison is really good though because in movies. There's also like it's super subjective. Right like what do you consider. A good movie is very different. From one person to the next head would be considered true. I suppose what it's defined as an eastport is a game that yeah but how many how big of a following doesn't need to have how significant to the price does need to be if i host a tournament in prague for one hundred bucks on eastport best escort because then then a lot of things could have won but now i i don't know what the criteria is and i think that's what we're probably agreeing on right now is that Maybe maybe are transparent about it. I just haven't seen it. I'm not saying that's not the case But yeah. I don't even know what sport is because like you said if it's just money than short that's anything could be in eastport if it needs to be x. amount of player base and have tournaments consistently running like whatever the case may be but either way. I like the idea of it. The fact that this is. I believe the fifth year in a row that their continued to do it is cool people show up to the event. There were ranked tuxes. They're trying to make it. That's where i don't like it. Actually they're trying to make it to. I don't know if mainstream is the right word but they're just trying too hard to copy everybody else like just let people show up in fucking sweatpants like were gamers man. Nobody wants to wear a goddamn suit. Unless you're a fucking psychopath syndrome okay. Being honest a lot of people do like dressing up on occasion. I think they don't like having to wear a uniform. It's like that all the time but for special occasions i think people like to do something extra like but honestly now that you it. I think it would be super cool if our award shows had people show up and team jerseys of their favorite team instead of in tuxes right. I think it'd be cool
Bruce, the last ‘Jaws’ shark, docks at the Academy Museum
"Exhibit exhibit is is ready ready to to take take a a bite bite out out of of visitors. visitors. CBS CBS News News correspondent correspondent Lisa Lisa Matteo Matteo has has the the story story thing thing is is lurking lurking at at the the Academy Academy Museum Museum of of Motion Motion Pictures Pictures Fiberglass Shark made from the Jaws mold has found a home at the new Los Angeles Ben You known as Bruce. It's more than £1200.25 feet long. The 45 year old shark under Went a seven month face lift. It's a replica of the original, but it's still expected to be a major attraction at the museum, which opens to the public on April 30th of next year. Lisa Matteo
Bill Gates, the Virus and the Quest to Vaccinate the World
"Who gates welcome back to the daily social distancing. Show good to see you you lost. Join us on the show. I would say it was about seven months ago and seven months ago. Just like dr fauci. You said you will worried because you felt like the worst was yet to come a lot of people accused you of peddling fear and terror and now it appears that unfortunately you were correct. Here's my question to you. Why does it seem like we've become worse at handling the pandemic you know in europe in the us then we were seven months ago when seven months ago. It was so bad. Well there's a couple of things working against us. I is that with the winter when we're colder we. The virus multiplies more and more indoors. More so that is not a good thing and then there's a certain fatigue. Some of the things people have had to do in terms of staying away from friends. That's tougher i've to say this round. It looks like europe is getting better compliance with the restrictions than the. Us is so they're starting to see a downturn. When you talk about that compliance and when you talk about the downturn is part of the downturn like should we should we be looking at the virus cases or should we be looking at the deaths because i never know which one is more important than usual. Be like a million more people to me. Five million seven million and then you'll see some doctors saying yes but fewer people are dying from because we know how to treat it. How should we be looking at this virus and the fight that we have against. It's well the case is our leading indicator it is true that cases are translating into less doubts for two reasons. One is that the cases are more in the young people Who are less likely to be very sick. And the other is that the quality of treatment including some new drugs like decks method have been proven out so when you do get hospitalized you have a higher chance of survival but were predicted to go back to over two thousand deaths a day in the months ahead so for the next six to eight months news is mostly bad after that the volume of the vaccine will have kicked in and then we'll have a light at the end of the tunnel. Wow i mean the the question is then i think for a lot of people is like. How long tunnel. How bad does that tunnel get. And how do we stop it from being the worst possible tunnel one of the big things. A lot of people are worried about is going to be the transition between joe biden. donald trump. You know you've worked with governments all over the world working on their vaccine distribution working on healthcare around the planet. You know how important it is for one administration to talk to the next when it comes to Handing off on their plans. How much do you think this will actually affect america's response if if there isn't a transition well it's unfortunate that the current administration got tied into a positive narrative that you know we're turning the corner And that you now have this transition will make. The message is a little less clear. You know this is when you'd love to see the best. Cdc people on tv reminding us about social distancing and masks. You know particularly when there is that fatigue out there so leaders at all level. This is a chance to step up even on politicians. You know encouraging friends that hey we. We don't want this additional several hundred thousand deaths you know it'd be adjective. A person who dies know when the vaccine is absolutely on the way and so i think the good news should drive compliance not lacks laxity as somebody who's done work globally around healthcare for so long especially around infectious diseases. What have you found is the key to encouraging or convincing community members to buy into the measures that keep them safe where we had vaccine resistance with polio and they're getting the religious leaders to speak out have them a visibly vaccinating their own children for would like we'd never stopped polio in africa and yet now it's just been certified that we've gone three years without wild polio so activating the trust hierarchy and getting rid of the conspiracy political element to it and just reminding people you know in this case. It's about saving lives in that case it's about kids not being paralyzed people back to that. Very human impact. If we don't behave well. I think it will often come through. It's interesting that you bring up conspiracies because the conspiracy theories about you online have are insane on social media and social media has propagates them in a way where it's like bill gates is trying to create vaccines so that he can cook troll your minds and he wants to vaccinate. Everybody can implant change. People's dna is what they said. You're going to change our dna. So that i don't know we turn into something and then we work for you somewhere. I don't know the full story. I'm still learning it when you see these things first of all. Have you been able to track down where it comes from. And secondly have you. Even i know you think about these things you want to like the biggest thing because i hadn't even thought about like the motivation behind it because i'm always trying to figure out who benefits from a conspiracy theory and i'd love to know if you've put any thought to this at all because of how many people won't get a vaccine because they truly believe conspiracy theories yeah usually when you work on infectious disease like dr fauci and high do your your kind of obscure in a nobody talks about t be or or malaria so here we have this complete turnaround where vaccines and are they. Good for people are now front and center. And there's always been a small group of anti vaccination people and we see this with you know measles vaccine. They've now got a platform and they've sort of joined forces with some political and spiracy abuse and it's so easy to click on particularly when a simple explanation for this pandemic that there is somebody evil behind it. You know as somehow easier than you know the true biology which is actually kind of complicated so we have to make the truth more interesting. And you know we've got a label things with the truth and sadly the naievety about how to make social media work. Well is pretty strong. And that's coincided with the election and the epidemic. I wish i had the answer. But you know it's it's it's out there in big big numbers and hasn't it just keeps growing so when we look at the vaccine. Now i mean that's now the story you know. Now the world is waiting for the vaccine because the vaccine becomes the key that unlocks the doors. You say the lights at the end of the tunnel. The question then is how do people get the vaccine. How effective will the distribution method be and how difficult is will the vaccine short supply. The good news is that there's four other vaccines that are likely to get approved fairly quickly as well. The fact that pfizer worked so well makes us optimistic. That astrazeneca johnson and johnson vacs which those are much cheaper easier to scale and don't require that cold chain so we'll have a lot of scenes and we need to prioritize people. At risk elder people people working nursing homes and each country Will have to decide okay. Who goes first. That's still a little bit confused in the us but hopefully we'll get that straightened out very very soon because the vaccine is likely to be shipped a lot in the month of december as you said anti vaccine community has only grown over time. I think the us is now the biggest hub of anti vexes in the world it started as a fringe thing with measles now with corona it is fully fledged and because of politics it's been amplified so now you'll have some people who on the liberal side saying i don't trust that vaccine it was made under trump and then you'll have other people saying like i don't trust that vaccine that came from joe biden and the and the democrats trying to brainwash. It's a lot of people may not want to take the vaccine which may now go against everything we've worked toward. So how do you begin convincing people that the vaccine is safe like in the midst of this political crisis. Well it's clear that the fda through the professional staff. They're all the things that are supposed to do likewise pfizer. There's even an external committee that will weigh in just to make absolutely sure that the the political desire to get this quickly did not in fact the efficacy and safety review and i feel very confident because the people involved are are really doing their job. Well we don't need everyone to take the vaccine. Society will have to decide if there's some jobs like going to a nursing home in taking care of somebody's grandparents whether that person you know how strongly you encourage them to have a vaccine so they're not spreading seeing but with this level of efficacy if we can get to seventy five percent dosed then you'll block the spread of the disease with measles you'd have to get to like ninety five percent because it's even more infectious but the good news here is that we just need that maturity and i think as people see people taking the vaccine and they see that The side effects of any are very very rare. That confidence will build and that will be good for society because when you take the vaccine you're helping to protect other people.
Sell Almost Anything You Can Dream Of with Russell Brunson
"Russell. Say what's up to fire nation and sheer something interesting about yourself. That most people don't new what's a fire nation All right the first thing. I can think of the people probably know about me. Is that like i am. Deathly scared of cats have not touched the cat in over twenty years The last time. I touched a cat and mice will shut for three days and i have not touched. A cat said the my in-laws are cat people. So i literally go their house and i stand there and don't touch it. Well i can tell you. Can kate sorry. It was actually a campus and she was growing up. Her family always had one or two times. And i was the opposite. I was always a dog person. Springer spaniels my whole life and finally during quarantine because we used to travel all the time. In fact you. And i are supposed to be out in fiji recently. We weren't able to do that and we had a bunch of trips are ozzy cancelled. So i finally able to convince kate to get a dog with me so we now we have got him when he was two months old. But now we have a seven month old golden doodle. His name is gas and one reason why you'll love him russell's because he's hypoallergenic no shedding which was what i needed. Not because i was allergic to anything but just like. That's the one thing i don't like about. Dogs is the shedding. So gus is the perfect dog. I love him to death and follow me on instagram. If you want to see. Some great dog gussied dog video so russell as i t's earlier during the introduction. We're talking today about how to sell almost anything that you can flip in dream of and you have helped so many people do just that for so many years. I've been an avid click. Finals promoter and user for years and years and years now multiple to calm clever wars. All the nine yards. I mean i absolutely love. Click finals. I wanted to bring you back on. Because you've done something recently that again you just stay out of the curve. You continue to revolutionize stuff for so long like webinars were just boring like slides and then they have a talking head from time to time. There's an like and then you came out with this webinar. It's so spectacular because it's not lake. It's like this. Unbelievably new groundbreaking knowledge. I mean it's such important fundamental knowledge that you need to know fire nation. But it's how he delivers it with the stories and then the cartoons and the videos in the mix and the mismatch like i literally russell went back and watched one of my webinars and i hate it now. Like i hate my webinar. Because you so. I'm gonna follow your lead. My man and i'm going to mix up fire nation. Ill fire dot com slash. Click webinar just go over there. Watch this webinars free. It's amazing will up your game and it will help your business for the content but also for the presentation style you fire dot com slash click webinar and the title is the weird almost backwards. Funnel secret that is currently being used by underground group of entrepreneurs including myself to sell almost anything you can of so russell. Break that down for us. Yeah definitely so the group of entrepreneurs these are like my tribe. My people right. We call ourselves funnel hackers and a lot of people like don't turn means initially and for us. It's like all about trying to reinvent the wheel and figure things out from the beginning. It's like let's look and see what's working currently right and so looking at other people's funnel people's businesses and looking at as a model then create something new and unique outlook and i think that When i got started in business online. I thought i had to figure everything out. I was trying to be creative all the time and it really really struggled until i said that there's people who've been doing this for a long time and they're just trying to reinvent the will let me see what they're doing and what are the tweaks and changes. I can get my product or my service into the structure that they've proven his work and you know this is well anyone in in the online business like the art and the science right in the science doesn't change the framework. It's like the frame of a house right like that's that that doesn't change and so it was figuring what what's the framework. What's the funnel the things that we know work in the process that works the price points at work and then on top of that we. We've in our own art. Our own products our own messaging. And when you figure out how to do that we call funnel hacking. That's the that's the secret and now we've had people doing this. We have over one hundred hundred and twenty one hundred thirty thousand active members and click finals right now. We see it happening in every market in the world which has been so cool because it was kind of a new concept you know five or six years ago now. We're seeing it happen everywhere now. Literally i mean. I lost entrepreneurs on fire eight years ago and that didn't exist and i remember you coming and bringing of this phrase this term. You know this lifestyle back five six years ago. And i've washed it you know. Do it has done over the past five or six years. It's been absolutely amazing and fire nation. What we're doing next. We're going to go through the three main themes that russell talks about throughout the webinar. Now of course we're not gonna go into super depth on these because you're gonna watch the webinar for that and it's free and it's visual and it's beautiful and it's breathtaking at times like you need to watch for that reason but russell let's start with funnel hacking and how to ethically steel over a million dollars worth of funnel hacks from your competitor for under a hundred dollars. That's one benjamin taken away. Yes so this is something. I the concept i the principal i learn. Issue tony robbins. Who's a friend of both of ours. And tony said if you want to be successful in life you need to model those who are already successful and all parts of life. I like in in sports in business and everything and And so for me. I remember i was at an event and i heard this guy Showing one of his finals one time to talk about what they did how they did it and like all the money they spent all this stuff and i remember looking at that and i was like i'm never going to figure those things out and then for moment i stop and say what a minute. What if what. If i if i just looked at what he did and it looked like he had a product here and there was up selling the down so this was the process took someone to where if i took that again that framework and then i just weaved in my own product mountings into it and so i was kind of the idea. We'd have a name for back then. I would call frontal hiking today. But i i use that. And so i. This is before click funds probably seven or eight years ago is launching supplement at because i love supplements supplement. I know how to do it. So i found somebody who had to supplement funnel i looked at the structure. They'd proven would work to sell supplements. And i took that structure. I built my own supplement. You know put my own copy. My own words mount phrase by us use. There's is kind of a model like a business model. This is what we need to do and And we launched it and it blew up and we got huge and what was cool about it was. i didn't have to go and do tons of market researcher. All these things. All i had to do is literally go to the person's funnel and buy their product like put my credit card on my wallet spent a hundred bucks. I bought the product. And i was able to see everything right what we see some his website or a page. And it's like the tip of the iceberg but by paying buying the person's product and bunnell hacking him as able to see oh after they after someone buys a product sell them with this and they down so at this and this is the process. After i saw the process look like as the model that for my supplement. And that's how we were up to grow supplement company
How Will Smith and Janet Hubert settle their decades-long feud on 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Reunion'
"So we'll and the first vibe. Janet hubert made amends during the fresh prince of bel-air reunion which just premiered on. hbo maximum. They both admitted in hard time for them over the years then genuine deep into just how much the feud cost her. When i left the show. I have this new baby and no one. Family disowned me. Hollywood disowned me. What you didn't realize either. That i was going through a lot at home right. You can no no very abusive marriage. You know i have. Children been divorced and second marriage and i can see now the level of pain and the level of struggle. But you know those words calling a black woman. Difficult in hollywood is to kiss of death death in your baskin back. When the president i wanna be is someone who protects you not someone at unleashes dodds. Wow so that was pretty deep. Why do you guys think it took them so long to finally have this heart to heart conversation. I'm actually surprised that didn't happen sooner off camera surprise at all that it didn't happen sooner. You know when you're in a feud with samadi and it's fresh and it hurts and then after a few months after a year five years goes by you. Just have a hard place for that person. You're not mad at them but you just don't wish them well. I think they got so use of that. Feeling of anger towards one another that just became a part of their lives and they probably for a long time. Didn't even realize and god what that feud was even a bout because it had been twenty seven years. Oh i disagree see. I don't think she's forgotten. What that feud is about for one second. I first of all. I started watching this last night and then stopped watching before this part. Of course those excited rundown this morning. This is some serious stuff. I mean obviously watching the fresh prince growing up realizing that and had been switched out with no. I realized that and i don't even remember how old we were. We were young. But i mean for things have gotten as bad as they did will smith and one of his co stars and we kind of nowhere to be this lovable likable hilarious guy. Like i was really surprised and for her to say you know to label the dark skinned black woman. Difficult in hollywood like as somebody that i was working with somebody that i was supposed to be family with has derailed my career for thirty years so little. It's a little too little too late. And i'm a huge will smith fan but once i kind of read what was going on between the two of them. It still isn't actually clear as to why he had such a problem with her. Yeah it's just really isn't too clear to me either. Besides the fact that she was able to work with but people are difficult all the time and the exactly you know it felt like a red table talk situation like taking a note from his wife jada. he's now opening up and having these heart to hearts. But being the will smith that we see and we know when we love now i. I'm surprised he wouldn't have this revelation. Sooner right over the years. I totally give being young. And he midst like your egos in the way you you you kind of. Who's on top of the world. He was really feeling himself. And and there was you know a little chip monir shoulder right and they typically goes away after a little while. I mean he took a long time. I mean they forced. You're i mean not. i don't want to say. They forced her out but they gave her such as she could thank you. They divorced her out by just giving her such a bad deal. I just don't understand. I think i would. I would have a clear to us where to get understanding what happened if i kind of knew what really started all of this but i just feel like this woman's career has really stalled because what what happened. I don't think that that's right but hold on the shoulders of will united because if sounds like the whole team may have thought because i thought yeah just like you know have only beef with will but i think it's like a family like if from this and both of you don't are both of us. Don't stand up or say something you're mad at the whole family because somebody was supposed to have your back. I think what happened. The situation was yes we do know will smith as in light one. The one who's connected but leaders get that way until about five ten years ago in in state like he was. This was a sitcom that was obviously very successful. I think for me to wrap it up in a bow. There's a disconnect as to why the tension was caused in the first place and back to justice point words. It's functional little family. If you guys made in my life difficult every day at seven months pregnant. I don't know how i would go to
Why that vaccine can't come soon enough for retail landlords in Chicago area
"Vacancy rate in the Chicago area is going up his businesses and restaurants scramble in the pandemic. Albie Gallon senior reporter for Crain's Chicago business, join Sisko Coto on the WBBM new business hours I'll be, I guess not surprising here is we've seen businesses reevaluate their needs in the pandemic and a lot of restaurants and businesses like that going Out of business. Just go. No, it's it's really not terribly surprising. Given what's happened over the last 67 months. I mean retail has been almost certainly the hardest hit sector in commercial real estate. You know, restaurant in the early days were shut down. Ah, lot of stores were shut down. Shopping malls were shut down, and now we're heading into you know the winter months and You know the restaurants which take up a big share of retail space. Um you know, a lot of minutes. Kaga area are going to be unable to serve people indoors. Questions. You know how long can restaurants and retailers more generally hang on? Until we have a vaccine? Things get back to relative normal for the landlords here. Ordinarily, they just be able to lower rent. They don't want to do that. But they just lower rent to attract new tenants. But you can't necessarily do that. Not a lot of new tenants out there. No, it's true. I mean, there are some there some pockets of strength. If you look at the market grocery stores are doing great and other you know essential retailers are doing are doing fine, but You're right. I mean, they're not a lot of tenants out there that are shopping for space these days. If you are pretty good market to be in right now, the big issue for a lot of landlords is He's not feeling vacant states. Obviously, that's a problem. But it's getting tenants that are in the space to pay. Their red collections have been a real challenge for landlords. They just, you know many tenants. Are not paying their rent. And so there's been litigation between landlords and tenants. And you know there's the whole trickle down effect because If your landlord and you're not collecting, read from your tenants, then you don't have any money to pay your lender. And so we're seeing rising, rising default rate and there's gonna be a lot of distress in this market, and it's gonna be It's gonna be a rough ride for a while, even after this pandemic is over, So maybe we don't have this data yet. But are we seeing a difference in the city versus the suburbs as far as what's going on with these retail spaces? Um, yes. You know, one area where we're definitely seeing that is in restaurants. Um and I have I have data from The first half of the year. So it's not that recent, But you know, retail sales in our restaurant sales, I should say in the city Plunged in the first half of the year, and they didn't fall quite as much in the suburbs. But you know that stands to reason given, you know, given everything that's happened in the city over last six or seven months, thanks so much for all of the inside and details and legal OON, senior reporter at Crain's Chicago business
Masters Tees Off Today
"The Masters tees off Thursday morning at the Augusta National Golf Club. The pandemic push it back seven months after we was scheduled to begin. It's the first time the tournament has been postponed since World War two
Big Tech earnings showed digital ad revenue came roaring back
"Wrapped up the month with the biggest weekly route in seven months. The Dow dropped 158 points more than half a percent and it's down more than 7% for the weak. The S and P fell 1.2% and is more than 6% lower for the weak. The NASDAQ was down nearly 2.5% and is nearly 6% lower for the week and oil was down 11% for the week. All this after the high flying tech industry was taken down a notch following earnings reports by the Big Five on Ly Google parent Alphabet finished the day in the green up nearly 4% thanks to a big jump in digital ad revenue. Shares of Facebook Amazon Apple lost between five and 6% and Twitter was beaten down 21%. Some positive economic news did not help the market. Americans boosted their spending in September for the fifth straight month. Spending on goods and services rose 1.4% in personal income was a 0.9% after a sharp drop in August. I'm Mona Rivera at Bloomberg for News radio 600 KOGO, With in
Big Tech earnings showed digital ad revenue came roaring back
"Up the month with the biggest weekly route in seven months. The Dow dropped 158 points more than half a percent and is down more than 7% for the week. The S and P fell 1.2% and is more than 6% lower for the weak. The NASDAQ was down nearly 2.5% and is nearly 6% lower for the week. All of this after the high flying tech industry was taken down a notch following earnings reports by the Big Five on LY Google parent alphabet Finish the day in the green up nearly 4%. Thanks to a big jump in digital ad revenue. Shares of Facebook Amazon Apple lost between five and 6% and Twitter was beaten down 21%. Some
France braces for monthlong lockdown as virus deaths mount
"The freeways around Paris with scenes of traffic chaos on Thursday night as Peruvians fled to the capital the head of a nation wide lockdown the second in seven months the went into force after midnight little jams a stretch for hundreds of miles as people headed for the country or family homes in search of more space than we typically cramped Paris housing French president Emmanuel mackerel says authorities are tolerant about some movement but otherwise into regional traffic is strictly prohibited the new shut down for a month aims and putting on the brakes on a fast moving full corona virus outbreak requiring French residents to remain at home all the time only allowed one hour of exercise a day or to go on a medical visit or shop for essential goods I'm Charles de Ledesma
State trooper dates Cuomo’s daughter, gets transferred close to Canada
"State trooper dates. Cuomo's daughter gets transferred close to Canada Of course, his daughter. Is. Is he also the daughter of Carrie Kennedy? Bobby? She's a Kennedy. A state trooper assigned the governor Andrew Cuomo. Security detail got hot and heavy with one of New York's first daughters and was soon transferred to a post near the Canadian border. Ah, trooper they didn't fight for 35 minute. Cara Kennedy Cuomo 25 through his job was one of her dad's bodyguards. They began invading abundance about seven months ago and And now he's almost in
Arrest made in 2008 kidnapping of journalists in Afghanistan
"An arrest has been made in the kidnapping of journalists in Afghanistan An Afghan man has been brought to the United States to face charges in the 2008 kidnapping of New York Times journalist David Road, an Afghan journalist. Their driver, 42 year old Haji Najibullah is charged in a six count indictment that was unsealed in Manhattan federal court Wednesday. Charges include hostage taking, conspiracy and kidnapping. US. Authorities did not say where or when Najibullah was arrested. But they thank Ukrainian authorities for their help. Road and Afghan journalist to hear Lewton escape the Taliban controlled compound in Pakistan's tribal areas after more than seven months in captivity. Their driver escaped. A few weeks
Arrest made in 2008 kidnapping of journalists in Afghanistan
"Kidnapping of journalists in Afghanistan An Afghan man has been brought to the United States to face charges in the 2008 kidnapping of New York Times journalist David Road. An Afghan journalist and their driver, 42 year old Haji Najibullah is charged in a six count indictment that was unsealed in Manhattan federal court Wednesday. Charges include hostage taking, conspiracy and kidnapping. US. Authorities did not say where or when Najibullah was arrested. They thank Ukrainian authorities for their help. Road and Afghan journalist to hear Lewton escaped the Taliban controlled compound in Pakistan's tribal areas after more than seven months in captivity. Their driver escaped. A few weeks later, I might grow CIA AP News
Chicago Woman Charged With False Reporting; Police Say She Claimed Car Was Stolen With Baby Inside When He Was With Sitter Whole Time
"The woman who allegedly told police her seven month old son Was in an SUV when it was stolen, is now facing charges after spending hours looking for the child. On Monday, police discovered he was with a baby sitter the whole time and was never in the vehicle. 30 year old Sada owns is charged with filing a false police report. Police did not offer a motive for why the woman reported the child missing.
"seven months" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"So Divine Franklin. Thank you so much for joining us on the podcast talk about the new inclusivity standards for the academy. I assume it's been a really exciting couple days for us since since this was all announced. Yes exciting and tiring, and you know sleepless but we've been working on this for some time. So I'm beyond excited that we've been able to put this out and you. Now it's out in the world and the response has been what we've expected and it's really gratifying to finally been able to accomplish this. There were moments when I was like I don't know. If it's going to happen. It's such a difficult thing to do. But thankfully here we are on the other side of it. Yeah. I wanted to know how just free personally, how long have you been academy governor and maybe had something like this in mind or kind of wanted to make this kind of forward progress you I've been an academy governor for just four year. Before that I was a member, but I was chairing the a twenty twenty initiative for the past year before serving as governor, and that's basically overseeing our Jersey inclusion initiative at the time that it started even before I became a member and so you know serving in that capacity and really helping you know this effort of how to become more inclusive. Organization that really. Helped me tremendously. You know it really was like one of those things where I saw. Okay. Got It. There is a way to help the institution to serve. To really make contribution in. So from that, that is really what lay the foundation for me once they asked me to become a governor large. I immediately accepted it was a great opportunity to continue that service and you know working on these standards was part of it you know I do believe that. Is One of those things that sometimes you have to believe it, you have to work within the system in order to get it done but you starting before as governor. Now in being harder this process, it has been unbelievable. You know because you know when I started it wasn't like I said I WANNA go. This is the contribution I didn't know what the contribution other than just being ordered The way that the announcement of these inclusivity standards that announcement reference Oscarssowhite specifically, and that's me. You know been a really visible campaign for anyone who follows the Oscars and then watching the membership expand kind of immediately after that. But from the way you're talking it sounds like the membership expansion was one big step but there's been a ton of other conversations happening behind the scenes many years before any of us saw these announcements. Is A team effort there've been so many people behind the scenes, the academy staff and other governors and members that have been working tirelessly and fearlessly around. This issue and so you know just being able to now announce these standards. A really just represents the work that's been ongoing into your point you know Oscar so white that happened years ago, and that certainly was a catalyst without a doubt to stimulate tremendous change within the organization You know yet once that that catalysts happened the organizations doing this work in taking it very seriously and has made it one of the pillars of what we really stand for when when you say working fearlessly, what are some of the fear that you think either has to be overcome more like concert people outside that you Kinda have to set aside to push on something like this. I mean listen fear anytime you're changing We all face that fear no matter what is like you know we're experiencing new job or we gotta go get a new place to to live wherever there's changed their sphere. So you know. Being apart at the academy in US navigating this has been no exception. So some of the fear is, are we gonNA get a wrong? You, know, some of the fear is, what's GonNa be the criticism some of the fear is How will we be perceived some the fear is you know when you're charting a course for the future, it's very easy to look back to see how you got there much harder to say, okay. Here's where we need to go. We aren't sure exactly after taking is going to get us there there was a lot of fear of. This organization has this institutional knowledge in memory and we've done things a certain way. What happens if we do things slightly different and so these are some of the fears that we all had to face that we had to talk through that. We had to work through in when I say fearlessly I mean to take this on specifically. These new standards for this picture taken on. Requires a certain fearlessness because. Again the academy has been around for nine decades, this is the first time in the history of the academy where. The nature has happened. So it did require some fearlessness on the part of of all of us that were involved in you know in our CEO Don President David, and so many other to take this on and to say you know what we want to be on the right side of this, we want to be on the right side of history to be a part of the change that we want to see him in this industry, and as a result, we want to take a leadership position and we're going to do it by doing what we can do which. is to affect change around our our standards. Yeah. I mean the amount of detail in the announcement I really indicates how much thought process went into this and you guys said another interviews that you really you talk to studio heads and producers and sure a ton of other people. You just talk a little bit about what that process was like who all you had to check in with on all these steps to make sure that it was with accomplishable and also setting the standard high enough. Yeah. You know it's a good question. It wasn't so much check in with. It was really about constituency. It was really about community and what I mean by that is that sometimes you know our organization in has had a history of announcing things that will affect the industry in the industry finds out about it in the press announcement right and then the industries like blood house is going to work did. So we made a concentrated effort to. Not Do that. Changing these standards affects everyone that that is making movie. So the goal was one you know the BF I was really the foundation for which we you know they created the foundation and we use that foundation to modify the standards for our purposes. So one, it was really understanding from the what worked what didn't work what were some of the challenges and understanding those challenges as we began to to craft are set of inclusion standards, the other part of it was. Really internally for US coming to an agreement by. This is what we WANNA do in. This is how we WANNA. Do it now let's figure out the way to go about that. Once, you got the standards to a place where we felt like, okay this represents our intent of inclusion not exclusion. Then we begin the process of building constituency, and so we started that constituency with many majors majors to the Gills. You know we went to the writers guild we went to the producers we went to the directors guild and we had all these different meetings in image we talked about the standards we got feedback. So building this constituency was critical so that now as these standards are out. There is really a lot of support in the community for them the beauty of of being able to build that constituency before announcing was that we got that feedback early I mean there was a tremendous to your point, a lot of work and time ever consideration to make sure that these standards were representative of the intent. Now, they are not perfect right there. That's what we did want perfection in the way of progress and that was something that was really important for us. We like you know what we're never especially first time out going to be. Able to please everybody some I'm. GonNa say they go too far some are going to say Arna we understand but we got to get started because if we are be the industry and the organization that looks like the world then we've got a step in the direction where the world already is..
"seven months" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"So yeah, I have no problem with him his performance, and I am even the particulars of that side of the movie. Are handled. Subtly it's it doesn't turn into some sort of melodrama all of a sudden but but you know it's an interesting movie and I I like that it. Again was really actually interacted with the thing it was about or the setting it was you know took place. During that anything else you want to know about. No. Well, one thing I was thinking of. About like I guess was lacking from a virtual tiff for for for. The way in which things can permeate the larger conversation honestly is the red carpet like I know that there was a red carpet event is but I know that there's a lot of people who who like to watch. You know the actors that they're interested in watch the walk, the red carpet and when they do they're like. So, and so there Oh, it's for this movie that darn with this person on somebody to think about you know what I mean it is it is actual promotion for the film beyond like This person looks hot in this dress or whatever, and and not having that. As, just a reminder of who are the players this season, and what's going on just adds to the sort of dissociated feeling of of this particular event you know. Yeah, I mean yeah. To keep like raining on the premiums. No you're right I. Mean it's just there are so many ways in which not having an in person I mean yes it was in person for people local in Toronto. So I shouldn't discount that there were people go to movies in the city during the festival and still are. Not, having Preston all the attendant stuff there. You forget like actually how much of a springboard this thing really is Yeah Yeah I. Think about last year like I was walking down King Street, which kind of the main street in. TORONTO. Where the festival takes place and just heard like shrieking from in the distance and knives out premier was happening. So late for seven Sir, probably, Chris Evans have just got. Not only is there no recarpet for Christmas? Welcome but like there's no knives out studio movie to come like there's N-, there's nothing on that scale of like larger movies that will be coming out later in the fall to kind of bring attention to it to like you know there's not even an giang level thing know these films are very interesting and powerful and good but the the level of attention just can't be the same. I think about you know maybe the last movie I'll mention good Joe Bell starring Mark Wahlberg from Reynaldo Marcus Green. WHO's last film had a pretty successful showing at Sundance monsters and men and I think that good job L. at one point was inconsideration to go to Sundance and didn't, and then waited for the fall festivals now. Works and I wonder how that would have changed that movies profile. You know I, think it's a fine movie and I think it does some things really well, I thought it wouldn't, which is that it it doesn't. It doesn't become a kind of schmaltzy uplifting story it actually stays pretty grim and. An unforgiving of its lead character, and while we're doesn't mean whether or not anyone wants to actually follow his. Perhaps potential redemptive redemption narrative. We're who knows that's for anyone to decide but you just wonder like the movie like that with the Big star making an Oscar play. Didn't really make any much much noise doesn't seem to me so maybe it would have. A different festival or in a different year. Yeah. One less thing I would mention before we move on and speaking of things that the people will be able to see. In October on HBO David, Burns American Utopia will premiere spike Lee's film version of the Broadway show that you know stars David Byrne a bunch of talking heads songs. You might know from another concert movie stop making sense but this one is really wonderfully differen- on. It's so good. It was such a great trip back to a time when there were audiences in real theaters but also like not purely. escapist like it's in some ways about like having empathy and engaging with your society in voting, and it's such a thrill to watch I've already gone back and rewatch parts of it So all of you will be able to do the same thing it'll be on HBO in a month So. Fun. You talking about Katie in our wrap up really made me WanNa see I do not like concert films. I. Don't really like David Birth, music but I was like, okay. Now I I'm sold so. For us, it definitely is a concert, but it's like it's it's much more of a show then like even stop making sense says so I definitely think you should give it a shot. You can't see it on on the zoom recording on right now, but Katie is wearing a large suit in. Essence clause. Yeah. Like dancing with an yeah. Actually we my husband and I watched it and then we have since watched dot making sense and then last night he was watching the last wall so it's like really radicalized him on concert movies. Beware. If you watch. American Utopia, you might go down a real rabbit hole. Have I told by David Byrne story on this podcast no-one to hear it a friend of mine used to be worked for his management company and she invited me to every Thanksgiving at their at their offices in Soho. They have for friends and family competition where they give everyone a couple weeks ahead of time a Turkey molded plastic Turkey mold and you have to fill the Turkey mold with food. That's like in the shape of the Turkey but and they have like it's like a potluck and they taste it and someone wins. I think most of them were vegetarian or Vegan I went to this and met David Byrne and all these kids are running around and there were all these Turkey mold things on a table and everyone tried a little bit of them, and then there was an award at the end and then I left. That's close. But.
"seven months" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"So I don't I don't really know why it was a tiff but but yeah Kirby, you know Winds Venice on her way to a lot more and in those first thirty minutes of pieces of like okay. Here we go. But yeah then the movie like you said Katie, it just could never match that. Incredible twenty five minute single take. Yeah and I think part of that and I was tweeting about it because I didn't review because you did. It had thing of tragedy movies that kind of or just about the tragedy and not about the people they had happens to like, I don't really feel like I know any of this woman none of pieces. And I think that's really frustrating and it does make me curious what the what the director and writer a apart their partners romantically in filmmaking what they do next but I was expecting something that was really strong from start to finish into knock it up. Yeah. But would you agree that You know awards buzz wise and you know we should say New York film critics announced that they'll you know are you guys Richard will keep the awards in? December so awards are not quite as horrendously are off as we as we think we're not factoring in any of the January February releases. It's all just doing what came out in two thousand, twenty are. you nervous about that Yeah I mean I think it's I think it's good to stand firm and a principal in the National Board of review is is waiting till January to announce there's and they're considering all of those other movies. So we shall see I have I have fears that like certain things like nomad land will end up being pushed to next year and then it won't qualify. In terms of Kirby like absolutely I think the thing about it is that this is a movie that because of its subject matter I guess it is difficult but it talks about A. Fairly. Universal thing which is you know. Having a child that it will maybe feel accessible to people all strata of the academy home and people like a kind of rising star narrative and so I don't know I, feel like all the component parts suggests that this movie. Or her performance at least. Will stand the test of time and she's definitively lead in it oh. Yeah. She is the woman that is the titular woman Hisamitsu. Excellent yeah. Yeah, what else, Richard. Well. I I. Don't know I. Don't have awards eat as it's probably not. It doesn't even have distribution yet but this movie by j Blake's in called I. Care a lot with Rosamund Pike I thought it was so much fun. This dark nasty twisty little thriller. where. Pike plays a very immoral operator who has found all these loopholes in basically become a court appointed caregiver for old people and then just base it robbed them blind like sell their house because she has authority to do that and drain their bank accounts because she has the authority to do that and it all is sort of legal. So it starts as that kind of cold satire and then becomes this mob story in a way. That's also really interesting and throughout pike is just like. Operating on such a fun. Cool level. She's done really good stuff. I think since gone girl, but it's been little seen like a private war or hostels but this feels like the real follow-up role to gone girl It's a similar vein she's photographed similarly in it. I believe the first shot in I care a lot of Pike is of the back of her head and then she turns quite like in gone girl. So. They're not really even shying away from the similarities, but to see something amidst. Twenty five minute horrible birth scene and you know economic ruin in the American west to see just like a really propulsed give funny. Yes. Also cruel thriller was a nice respite and I didn't see it coming. I didn't really have any expectations for that movie and they were well beyond exceeded i. feel like I had a similar reaction to a very different movie but concrete cowboy which I didn't really know what to expect knew it was basically don't. It's got on a horse which you know as soon as you see that press imagery like okay I'll just tell you. Belong on a horse. This whole time turns out but it's this really like nice sort of like a parallel to know Madelyn, and it's about this real life subculture, this urban writing club in North Philadelphia, whereas you know primarily black men and women who are writing and taking care of horses and you know the image of a black cowboy, I think a lot of people like i. didn't know that existed and it made me think of the woman in the Oakland protests in. June. Who was riding her horse with the black lives matter sign it was. Like yeah, that's right. You pay more attention to me because among black woman on a big horse but as as kind of like Gra father and incapable McLaughlin, who you know from stranger things places son is kind of sent to live with him for the summer and you know he gets there and he's learning to bomb with his dad and there's a horse who he like has a special connection to and there's a girl who he talks to, and you know you kind of feel like you know where the store is going in for the most part. You do but the acting is really good. There's this really great performances from like real horse writers who are involved in the Rio Fletcher Club that you know I was having wash no madeleine I was kind of attuned to think it might be in there but they must be like local actors because they're really comfortable in front of the camera but no, they were real horse riders. So that was really impressive interest? Elba just has this great classic cowboy thing going for him but even you know in different context where he's like a former felony he's trying to. Help people ride horses as a way to escape gang violence and you know take control of their lives and just yeah I was really impressed with it. It was interesting world to escape into and I don't think it. I. Think it also doesn't have disruption yet but I would expect that one to show up somewhere pretty soon and it gives a great supporting role to the Great Lorraine, Tucson? Oh. Yeah. which is a fun anytime she pops up in something it's fun I agree with you Katie I think it it it doesn't sort of exploit denise world. It's centering on as kind of gimmick it actually does go into it. And make it a part of the film which I really appreciate it. I could I think the other half of the story with like Gerald Jerome's character I probably was less interested in yeah yeah. That's the part of it where it's like, Oh, it's a story setting like an urban largely black neighborhood I. Guess you know someone's going to get caught up in like drug dealing and violence but you know is a is a real part of life and you know make sense like a you know to show why this horse staple becomes such an important factor in the community drums pretty good in that part of it even though. You mean, his character, you're like, oh I. Think it's GonNa Happen to you. He's a real chameleon guy and It's he's such a pop of life anytime he shows up on screen. So yeah, I have no problem with him his performance, and I am even the particulars of that side of the movie. Are handled. Subtly it's it doesn't turn into some.
"seven months" Discussed on Big Book Podcast
"The eleventh story from the personal stories section of the first edition of alcoholics anonymous published in thirty nine. It's entitled the Seven Months Slip and was printed only in the first edition of the book. This short cautionary tale describes a seven month relapse that followed carelessness and over competence after a year of sobriety in a and now the original story the seven month slip at fourteen years of age when I should have been at home under the supervision of my parents I was in the United States army serving a one year enlistment. I found myself with a bunch of men. None too good for fourteen year old kid who passed easily for eighteen. I transferred my hero worshipping to these men of the world. I suppose the worst damage done in that year in the army barracks was the development of an almost unconscious admiration for their apparently jolly sort of living once out of uniform. I went to Mexico where I worked for an oil company. Here I learned to take on a cargo of beer and hold it later. I rode the range in the Texas cow country and often went to town with the boys to whoop it up on payday. By the time I returned to my home in the Middle West I had learned several patterns of living to say nothing of cocksure attitude that I needed no advice from anyone. The next ten years are sketchy. During this time I married an established my own home and everything was lovely for a time soon. I was having a good time. Getting around the law in speak easies. Oh yes I outsmarted our national laws but I was not quite successful in evading. The old moral law. I was working for a large industrial concern and had been promoted to a supervision job. In spite of big parties I was for three or four years able to be on the job the next morning then gradually. The hangover's became more persistent. And I found myself not only needing a few shots of liquor before I could go to work at all but finally found it advisable to stay at home and sober up by the taper off method. My boss tried to give me some good advice. When that didn't help. They tried more. Drastic measures laying off without pay. They covered up my to frequent absences many times. In order to keep them from the attention of the higher officials in the company. My attitude was that I could handle my liquor whenever I wanted to go about it seriously. And I considered my absences no worse than those of other employees and officials who are getting away with murder in their drinking one does not have to use his imagination. Much to realize that. This sort of drinking is hard on the matrimonial relationship after proving myself. Neither faithful nor capable of being temperate. My wife left me obtained a judicial separation. This gave me a really good excuse to get drunk in the years. Nineteen thirty three and nineteen thirty four. I was fired several times but always got my job back on my promises to do better on the last occasion. I was reduced to the Labor gang in the plant. I made a terrific effort to stay sober and prove myself capable of better things. I succeeded pretty well. And one day I was called into the production chief's office and told I had met with the approval of the executive department and to be ready to start on a better job. This good news seemed to justify mild celebration with a few beers exactly four days later. I reported for work only to find that they too knew about the mild celebration and that they had decided to check me out altogether after time I went back and I was assigned to one of the hardest jobs in the factory. I was in bad shape physically and after six months of this I quit going on a drunk with my last paycheck then began to find that the friends with whom I had been drinking for some time seemed to disappear. This made me resentful and I found myself many times feeling that everybody was against me. Bootleg joins became my hangouts. I sold my books car and even clothing in order to buy a few drinks. I'm certain that my family kept me gravitating to flop-houses and gutters. I'm eternally thankful to them that they never threw me out or refused me help when I was drinking. Of course I didn't appreciate their kindness then and I began to stay away from home. On protracted drinking spells. Somehow my family heard of two men in town had found a way to quit drinking. They suggested that I contact these men but I- retorted if I can't handle my liquor with my own willpower. Then I had better jump over the viaduct another one. My usual drinking spells came on. I drank for about ten days with no food except coffee before I was sick enough to start the battle back to sobriety with the accompanying shakes. Night sweats jittery. Nerves and horrible dreams. This time I felt that I really needed some help. I told my mother she could call the doctor. Who was the center of the Little Group of former drinkers? She did I allowed myself to be taken to a hospital where it took several days for my head to clear and my nerves to settle then. One day I had a couple of visitors won a man from New York and the other a local attorney during our conversation I learned that they had been as bad as myself into striking and that they had found relief and had been able to make a comeback later they went into more detail and put it to me very straight that. I'd have to give over my desires and attitudes to power higher than myself. Which would give me new desires. Attitudes here was a religion put to me. In a different way and presented by three pass masters in liquor guzzling on the strength of their stories. I decided to give it a try and it worked as long as I allowed it to do so. After a year of learning new ways of living new attitudes and desires. I became self confident and then careless. I suppose you would say I got to feeling too sure of myself and Zoe I. It was a beer on Saturday nights and then it was a fine drunk. I knew exactly what I had done to myself to this old grief. I tried to handle my life on the strength of my own ideas and plans instead of looking to God for the inspiration and the strength. But I didn't do anything about it. I thought to hell with everybody. I'm going to do as I please. So I- floundered around for seven months refusing help from any quarter but one day. I volunteered to take another drunk on a trip to sober him up when we got back to town. We were both drunk and went to a hotel to sober up then. I began to reason the thing out I had been sober happy man for a year. Living decently in trying to follow the will of God. Now I was unshaven unkept. Ill looking bleary eyed. I decided then and there and went back to my friends who offered me help. And who never lectured me on my seven month failure. That was more than a year ago. I don't say now that I can do anything. I only know that as long as I seek. God's help to the best of my ability just so long will liquor never bother me. This concludes the reading of the seven month. Slip from the first edition of alcoholics anonymous. I'm grateful you listened. Stay tuned for the next episode entitled. My wife and I if this is the first time you've listened to this podcast. Please note that all eleven chapters in the main section of the big book are in earlier.
"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Give me logistic the la shell in like a my staff will help you don't worry new we got your back like literally were behind have you ever say like dad harry doing and he's like i'm okay in fact ask him and point to them now now that would be fun in now and you have a mentally challenged brother right yes do you have to be or do you find yourself like i i can't hover over him or i'm supposed to hover over him as i i would know it beef what a it'd be tricky think well he's like mentally like seven years old i'd say so until i was about seven here's my brother and then i noticed oh surpassing him in and it just i kind of i wanted to write a thing about this it is very lake natural it's very like of caught like if he's struggling to tires shoe lake he's 36 if he doesn't know how to tie issue is not gonna learn like i'm going to help him tie issue um so yeah i mean just it's very instinctive of why he needs help with him what he does and he needs help walking upstairs he doesn't need help ordering a restaurant like i i just know these things but with your parents being you know unstable who takes care of him um he is a legal guardian right now i would like to be as guardian but boy should i get at least a year of sobriety and stop moving before is here unbelieva should be capable of like a boyfriend for i don't know what the thing is but some thing plant the plan a captives sick dna yorkshire's said take care of a plan i.
"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"It felt like i lived on my own and just so much food it was great while she's looking at seven oh she's like passing out i had already yet so it was a great that will that part was a great would you start fights because of hunger no no no hungers food everywhere okay i didn't know like if you wanted something else cooked he would ya his turn beating up my mom what was the biggest effect of the two addicts together i don't want my parents also like mental illnesses debate they met in a mental hospital and so that mental illnesses like a huge too so i'm iin still too like don't know what was caused by drug used in what was caused by justin sanity what was their psychosis um my dan is like bipolar something bullet who's not but he like nothing oda and have their ups and downs legislator i were all bipolar and eighty um but here i like my dad like here's voices and we'll get like homicidal and in my mom has delusions like believes things aren't real unlike uh i'm not sure if she here's where he says she definitely like thing she sees people that aren't there so they both do and they haven't been diagnosed as schizophrenic or specifically late they have like i don't have access to those record so if i talk to them about it really the story changes every time i ask but yeah i mean they've been in sake words over and over my dad was in prison and m gap they leg definitely like i've take my dad to the hospital because he's lake calls me and he's like the voices are telling me to kill people again so i have duly taken that was like the left him i happened as long time ago but did he tried to attempt the killing because they said that he did that's terrifying because what what's do no i mean i guess in our tongue do know what's convincing him that that voice is real and he should kill someone because if you're not a look if someone was telling me to kill someone who would take a lot because i don't know how to kill anybody.
"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Harry has made it clear he wants the obamas that the wedding so it's causing a lot of nervousness trump could react very badly if the obamas get a royal wedding before he has had a chance to meet the glitch now i take one for the team and let them fight with your country because with these other countries he's putting his hand on a string his finger on the button that maybe he should shut the fuck up about yeah dea oh i'm so sorry should i put a plate out for you mr trump i can't say now quiet send out you're invited don't and the fact that this is presses just unnerve in the area did not invite me like a dog in it sounds like a scene from like mean girls like it reminds you ever namely come divorced parents at my batmitzvah and it was like so scared i was like i don't homeless is going to go but this is like on a international level hostile like really nerve wracking they put something in your head like relationships can't work oh sure yet a year in they didn't like verbally teach me that it's so funny and like the word i not the work at a bad upbringing and my dad is still like when am i gonna get grandchildren mean all my siblings really navfor you made it look so bad that wicket lizzy and added a home no yeah he was sober for ten years and then like wasn't but was able to control his drinking which i don't want to advocate 'cause i don't understand that boat he was able to do and now he's a totally addicted to pills but like insists that he's not like so yeah.
"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Okay listen ours be piece for weddings very stressful for unserious sidestepping questions about inviting former president barack obama to his wedding with megan marco you think we can check him by going like is upon having the fisher the chicken no he says prince harry says after he you so he finished fighting a drag and i see here and he said we have put the invites or the guestlist together we haven't done that yet actually so who knows whether he's gonna be invited or not he dozen though it's like any other wedding all know again invite the former president the prince said he and markel are struggling like any other couple about to be married to create a guest list he added that the decision is an entirely hidden his it's also upped his fiancee so who knows if he's going to bite my buddy barack obama imagine having that option of just think maybe a well maybe i want things like what you know what every plate cost like a thousand dollars he relief to consider kafit at a thousand invite and i think were pushing it prince harry's budget loved to have its budget harry made the comments after the airing of an interview he conducted with obama during the invictus games in september he described the bond they develop while at the games in toronto we should the same kind of mindset and the outlook on that and and outlook on charitable sectors on foundations and mainly on the youth of today it was reported that members of the government are concerned that if the trumps arnn invited to the wedding and the obamas are relations between the two countries could suffer and that's true.
"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"I must tell you're what your wife or looking at your email 'cause you're cheating honor yes uh she did you are right you read that correctly she broke into my emails mm and saw that i was having affairs that's a and i was having affairs because of the not trusting bitch it's okay to say that about loved ones sometimes any used their password yeah like yeah wind it seems like as set up on him he's a counter like if these like he trapped her odyssey how would be like like my has been getting me arrested for smoking lead turn me onto it he keeps supplying me with it but then he gets mad at me he's like you know what this is a little bit a c that's curry had the feds fucking kriegler was always give zilic he stupid but he's quick he figured it out so he's not like totally he might be a mastermind i don't know he just gonna confident man oh i would see a day in the life i would kill oh my god must be sony that is yeah i bet it's so good like this is something you can do i like gives you have sweaters at on of the confident that there were like i couldn't possibly no way a prince harry is having a tough time saying that he would lighting of wage look what a high time they have hanaa singer hard time what's wrong with prince harry prince harry with is not able to flat out say that broke obama will be there at his wedding because then he has to say that donald trump will not be at his wedding and that would cause an international incident or is that hard.
"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Yeah so is the fine for unauthorized intrusion into her husband's data saying she deliberately and repeatedly unveiled invaded his email account downloaded material that was not her own her search history showed that prior to reading the husband's emails the defended google weather doing so would make her liable for prosecution this showed she knew she was entering a grey area said the court even though the internet did not give her a definitive answer on the subject i wouldn't have even thought to do that i think is responsible and she should suit google for not guiding her my right way breach of privacy there yeah why how whitehead man the end because the what's going demand is gets a lot of work to bring some into court it thank simple so he's really dedicating energy to as soon as saying like you are so comfortable with yourself you will so yeah all his time to be a prick to somebody who you loved and she wasn't china light write a book about your intimate details who is trying to find out if she's living a life that your tongue her to believe you sick foc this isn't your best friend going i wonder if you're cheating on your wife i just wanna know for gossip you'd daycare any any and he's right that the laws on his side because people shen touch each other's mail or email but my guys who are a monster we human i like that we met up on the center but i was guclu units him did you so you're.
"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Came to fourteen thousand five hundred dollars a fine for her unauthorized intrusion into her husband's data all but that makes sense because you can't open pupils maylike actual snail mail does account that you gave me the password that's the thing but then you give people the password when you're in their house seeking just open my male but if i give you my letter opener and say hey any time it was for her annual majet i just oh my god it a box came to my husband yesterday and i was like you know what it's a box and opening it i love boxes so so disappointing it was something that we needed but i was like we were a but he imagine ensuing a oh my god you know i and i understand like sure we're supposed to be protected but you are so excited about how you live your life that you don't mind blasting it like you don't mind taking your wife after she's been through that to court you don't mind after you moved out and she had to deal with all of that that you you took her to court they she had the sit there and recount all this stuff you're proud to go it's a thing is not like vengeful it's like you're the vat you're the mean guy wait a minute is are they married it says couple okay because if there has been as banal cape yet countersue because he glitch in health and through the i promise that you're the only one rail if you're the only one so let's say if you promise that you weren't stealing from me right but then you stealing from me and my proof is this can i do that i don't think i guess not because you can't go into people's houses and go well i found my money in here at all pickets and belva you're the only warmer with that in vows that you're the only world war i think it aaron gant you like if someone was cheating you don't have to pay alimony or something don't play alimony but pay for breaking the law i like you imagine my wedding vows bhoumik through sickness that their healthier the only one okay.
"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"I get these spike in it with some dairy easy to throw dairy teaser throw eggs in a thin now it's very easy or make things non vegan in fact you could just spitting them loops i'ma meet your and the we'd you've been doing this every day said years of actually i'll tell ya also like i feel like there's something varied slick with vegan as i was vegan for awhile just pay an little thing about me recover yeah just like trying to link when it was so unhealthy and drinking us like we'll be vegan how told me anything else but getting sober but i was vegan verb and it's like it's more of a mental thing like it's like if i believe that what a meeting is vegan i think it is really going to hurt you that after the fact you find out there was some like animal fat in it's like grow up grow asthma is pc pc bullshit get adult spike vegans food i get it but it's like is fine m wrong you're pushing around that long i don't know that that we that's a words there if it's a lynch's things i feel like it's a little different but they're all it's all religious because your belief system is your religion so even if it's not tied to some god or didi or some form of like i read this in the morning that is your veganism is part of your religion yeah gaga's so i get you a woman became suspicious after a husband set up a second email account other home computer the couple add always known each other's passwords and even wrote them down since the man used one of these passwords for his new account his wife was easily able to access and redesigned males she discovered that he had been having an affair with several other women for some time she confronted her husband who moved out of their apartment he later filed a criminal complaint against his wife for reading his emails and one he won kyaw what is this a jury of idiots the penalty.
"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"And so fucked up but then i found this other place intimate now and i lived there and were good for now so hopefully wow what do you mean drugs for that's exciting who oh yeah the personality still there when you take away the drugs unfortunately i'm still and astle it would it would be better if i had two different movie but who plays roller girl i'll heather graham you look like her oh my god just okay i'm good for another year i feel i'm in a good mood now ever i can see it yeah thank you shouldn't be with therapists do you upi yes i would pay someone big money if i decide in a room with them and they were just like you are thin over and over a for an hour keep saying it until my subconscious just whispered to me wrong sleeping on your side hustle kenny are you can hear you too skinny i love i would love that are you sick linked only one time at one time they used a shared in meeting they happened to um they didn't have a a speaker said that like why don't you talked for twenty minutes and i was like i don't think i've ever done that before but yeah sure what i'm only telling me story so fine and so is telling liz and blah blah blah and then i got two and then i i stop eating and i honestly can tell if that was good or bad because that was so skinny and a whole room bus latvia it was a roomful of women were like we feel you.
"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"I think my roommate's kick me out and as a gap them and it's like yeah know they're ray brown drug dealers at foreign the morning they'll you gotta go knows like fine i'm such a victim that than i left and that i moved in with these girls and then i was going to move i was gonna move from dared to move in with my boyfriend and i gave it my apartment and everything and like five these before moving it with my boyfriend he like texted me while i was on a mega bus and he was like you know what i don't wanna and i was like oh you know what gave up my apartment so you're gonna and then we got into this whole fight and i was like and he was like well you can like st with me will you look for a place if and it was like i'm no i can't stay with you after you just told me this too big of a rejection no word done and so then i had nowhere to live so then i crashed with a family friend for a while in her apartment for like a month and a half you heard of loud she had a bad back it was perfect oh my god i'm so she's a family french is a key in her late fifty she's wonderful and she has a 14yearold the sixteen year old and i should be put a curtain up in the sixteen year old boys room and i shared a room in a the other bed like islip haning of the book you a month and a half ago he likes me her own is that like we're driving it's weird but it's not like a baby he was definitely he was like it was an odd a vibe but as an that's an odd choice can i say that yeah 'cause you look sixteen also think he analysed and it also does matter because he is sixteen yeah knuckled fifty while he like it was a you know was fucked up obama is that we got along great and warnings luck i just like i it was how well it went in i was like that's how i live i live like a sixteen year old boy like we everything was like coal it was good that was like perfect.
"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Eddie i would have to lake i know that that would spyro me out for sure but some people can do it they like will ac if you take you know it's different for everybody able to keep deliberately fallen yet but can you can you take advil in tylenol in a hospital go yet for the doesn't get you hi oh i see okay even in even in high dosage that doesn't but it does may in right yeah you don't have to be in pain we are though that kind of super hideous it's like when you're in panic i'm just after being brain bomber when you're when you're with somebody in a relationship in third during the drugs to is it is it always supportive were dow the of somebody to look at and be in like the for her we door you know what i mean like you're seeing them crush appellants lord as opposed to not being able to see yourself can i can i jump in i wonder to me like it sounds like it would feel better because it's like less people judging you you're in any you know it's wrong because this is only encouraging bad things but it feels like for example when i go to a restaurant and i want just a pile of a of french fries and onion rings but everyone's ordering salad get in it mm will somebody share this franchise with me now i write great so that's what i'm doing alone yagi yet totally i was never a purse and i mean artisans if i could do alone because you do oxy's anywhere near how does it great like would make childbirth like fun you know like cost fine.
"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"No way spread is great i just hate counting days certainly january first but it means nothing i am we'll have seven months on the 20th oca seven months lot i had eight months before my less so it's getting up there when he relapse is that something you notice half like you know halfway through the daily quoted i do or is it a conscious choice like i i know my problem fuck it i don't care as a more of a fuck it it's like i am well this thing with alcoholism in addiction is like the reason to go to lake recovery meetings and stuff is because it seriously it sound it is it's crazy but you have to be reminded almost daily that you are alcoholic because it if for me at least if i stay away from meetings and doing the step work than a need to do and all this work i have to do to stay sober all commence myself again you know went on of a problem fuck these people they can't tell you what to do which noone telling you it didn't really is like most people think that big it's like literally no one cares and and by it i have noticed i feel like i can i can drink and it's again okay but why like and then all convince myself but like it's fine if i drink and then it's never fine for how long could these it do you have a night or do you have a week it varies of head nights of head months um like i had the one was like a few months i was out just trying so hard to control but by then it's like weird because everyone i know i've l like it's graded like now my life i'm surrounded by people who care about me and know that i need to be sober side got drinking and they're just billy look hannah unlike know everywhere i would make a party so tense i would like stirred drinking a beer in everett was like oh oh.
"seven months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"I found out i had good of heroin is the cheap one and derailment how much are outsie pills oh my god they're like 30 apart why um um i was like working so hard and then and my roommate couldn't figure out is a you're not paying rent ever what's happening in those like oh it's it's of groceries with thirty dollars while i just got down at when i had my tumor removed they should ask for accede mm dollar a milligram so it depends on the milligram baia how many milligrams a day by the time you needed some help well by the time you super needed hell by the time you god help habitat melissa physically addicted i would say oh sixty to ninety day pills milligrams god now pell three pills a day so it doesn't sound like a lot at doesn't but but like if i w thirty milligrams taught like you you take like they're in a perk in one purpose of there's like five okay so so that is like taking six pills mmhmm so who would that be given to like how much pain would you need to have to be prescribed dia oh i mean nowadays they guinea to be coming off heroin louis or light yeah here rates for heroin addiction i don't like hospital the not quite hospice i guess boat while i mean big surgery like if you are a horse than something happen if i was a horse showed that would have been like i wouldn't have had a prop okay motema find they would never give you this much how hard was it to get off of its heart it was really hard for a few days because there was like loose nations inning i really say what with you see wolf later on throw up.