35 Burst results for "Ten Years Ago"
Why the U.K.'s "trickle down" tax cut plan terrifies investors
"The Bank of England has taken emergency action to stabilize British financial markets after the government spooked investors with a program of unfunded tax cuts I'm Ben Thomas with the latest With the British pound tumbling in the cost of government debt soaring the Central Bank warned crumbling confidence in the economy posed a material risk to UK financial stability in a less Susan streeter of hargreeves lansdowne in London What the Bank of England is doing is stepping in to try and calm down the market But it does smack of a bit of panic and frustration that the government isn't doing more to retreat away from these promises The Bank of England's plan to buy government debt helped stabilize the bond market after ten year yield spiked more than a full percentage point to just over four and a half percent after the tax cuts were announced but analyst Muhammad el Arian with Allianz says it's all having a global impact This is a UK fueling
Bob Cesca on Republican Support for the Theft of National Secrets
"Couldn't wait to get you on today because of course Edward Snowden thing. I was just like, oh my God. Bob says, I tried to tell you how long you just said, right? Matt Gaetz said Joe Biden should pardon Snowden, and you said Republican support the theft and exposure of national security secrets. Period. Yeah. How long ago did we say this? Snowden is a traitor. 9 years. It's been 9 years. It'll be ten years coming up this coming up summer in June, I believe it is. When the first story Glenn greenwald dropped happened. And so this is not surprising to those of us who were following the story closely with a critical eye back in 2013 when especially and I wrote a piece about this back in 2013 about how as soon as Edward Snowden was shepherded from Hong Kong where he had a birthday party, a birthday pizza party at the Russian consulate, he was taken by WikiLeaks attorneys. Hi. See, all these names are so appropriate now. Have a new patina of weirdness about them after the last 5, 6 years. Yeah. And so he separated by WikiLeaks attorneys to Moscow, where, while camping out in the Moscow airport, he hires Russian attorney Anatolia. I think that's how you pronounce his last name. And anatoly kuchar Rena is a, or was a lawyer for the FSB for the Russian FSB. And those of us who have been falling from Russia all along what the very least watching the Rachel maddow show. We all know what the FSB is. The FSB is the modern day version of the KGB. Yeah. And one of their attorneys is the attorney who represented Edward Snowden in Moscow in 2013 when he was there in the airport. So this is no surprise to any of us that he is being offered Russian citizenship by Vladimir
Breitbart's Matt Boyle Describes What Breitbart Means to Him
"Been a bright Bond. How long? Ten years now. Okay, ten years. Tell us a little bit about what breitbart means to you as a journalist and a conservative, and for those who aren't familiar with Andrew, I sat there. I worked for breitbart. You know I was the national security editor before I joined the Trump administration. But I never got to meet him. So why is he so different? I think one thing is fearlessness, but you tell our listeners and our viewers. It wasn't just fearlessness. Yes, it was fearlessness, and we see a lot of that across the conservative movement. Now, a lot of people out there being fighters obviously Donald Trump is probably the preeminent example of that. But it's not just the fearlessness. He was downright funny, too. Like if you ever hung out with Andrew, and I would do it. I never actually worked at breitbart when he was alive. He always tried to convince me to come over. I worked for Tucker Carlson. At daily caller, yes. So Tucker was my first editor. I've been blessed to have some great mentors. So I got to know Andrew breitbart really well. Yes. Yes. Totally changed my life. I changed my perspective on banks. Why? Tell us why. What was special about his perspective? He approached it from, so I was in journalism school. I was getting a master's degree. When I met Andrew breitbart, so I was freelancing and working part time for daily caller while I was going to American university for a master's degree in journalism. And then this was during the Tea Party movement in 2010. And I was doing a story for the daily caller on bias against conservatives by the left media at these Tea Party rallies where they were going out and interviewing people and then selectively editing them and deceptively editing the videos to make conservatives at these rallies. It's a good people that were going out to these Tea Party rallies to make them look like racists. And so I was looking for somebody to talk to. And I think it was Tucker who recommended. I reach out to this guy, Andrew breitbart. I'd never heard of him before. So I sent him this big long well thought through, press request email. And I went through the journalism training that you're supposed to act like your objective and you're supposed to, this, that and the other. Andrew and I started talking about this in about the flaws in the industry and it was him who I think convinced it was among other people, but it was him talker a few others that convinced me that the biggest flaw in the media industry that you see this across the board in The New York Times Washington Post et cetera is that they claim to be objective. There's no such thing as objectivity. And frankly, a lot of the bias that you see inserted into the media is unintended.
The Mistake of Believing in 'One Love for Life' With Jay Shetty
"The individual has to decide, I think the choice is, do I want a long-term relationship? Or do I not? And there are gifts and pain points in both. Like they were really exciting, amazing things about getting someone new every few months. And they were really painful parts about it. Absolutely. And then there's loads of amazing things about being with someone for a long amount of time, or at least long for me is ten years, because as long as I've ever done with someone, but then there are a lot of challenging parts about that. And I think everyone just has to know what type of life they're signing up for. And that's why we're having this conversation because I don't think that you have to love one person for the rest of your life. I don't think someone should be forced to believe that's the only way life works. Especially because some people dedicate their life to someone, then that person leaves them, where the naturally or unnaturally someone leaves them because there's infidelity or whatever they may be and the point is that you can't force someone to say there is only one person and I think often the institutions of the world marriage and religion often kind of enforce people to believe that when you got married at 21, you got to be with this person for the rest of your life. Or you're a failure. Correct. Or you made mistakes or you something. Some of these wrong with you. Yeah. And I think that's one of the things why people stay in a relationship for way too long because they don't want it to be something mistake or something wrong with them, so they try and try and try to make it work. And maybe they could have made it work, but they just weren't in alignment or something. But a lot of people, I think, are in shame when they get a divorce, or they're in guilt or they're in sadness for this loss because it didn't work out. They weren't who they thought they were. Something happened, right? It's a lot. I've seen people who have been through divorce. It's not fun. Any just a breakup is not fun. Even if you got married or not, people go through breakups and struggle for a long time, it seems like. So relationships can be messy for sure.
Kay Rubacek Reflects on Her Harrowing Experiences in China
"Led you in your life to find yourself in 2001 in tenement square holding up a banner that says compassion. Well, I had been I'd been kind of sheltered from what communism was and then when I started in 1999, there was another persecution. So in China, there's been persecutions. The Communist Party regularly persecutes every ten years or so. Christians have been persecuted nonstop, faith has been persecuted nonstop. In 1999, was the latest one against the falun gong meditation group. I'd been doing those exercises for a few years. And then suddenly they're rounding them up and killing people for doing this, which to me is nonsense. How on earth can they do something like this? And so I needed to see it for myself. I heard that there was some Americans, actually, the first Americans that I met. I met on Tiananmen Square. And caucasians said we're going to appeal. Will you come? Well, anyone wants to come. So I came, I went on that day with a friend and it just blew my mind to think that I could be arrested for holding the word compassion on Tiananmen. Well, I mean, again, we have to be clear, folks, if you grow up in a place like Australia or the United States of America, you probably have no idea how evil things can be in other parts of the world or what others have suffered or are suffering while you're going about your life concerned about finding parking
A Closer Look at a Song in Book 8 of the Odyssey
"We are talking about a song in book 8 of the Odyssey, demoticist the Bard is singing about an episode all too familiar to anyone who knows the story of the Trojan war. And that is that Odysseus devised the brilliant idea of gifting the Trojans with a large horse, the horse, however, was cunningly packed with Greek soldiers, the Trojans sort of naively or foolishly pulled a horse into their city at night, the sides of the horse are busted open outcome the soldiers. They opened the gates, a massive army of Greeks is waiting outside. They come in and thus is accomplished the sack of Troy. Now, we're talking about Odysseus as he hears the song, he starts kind of weeping. And the first question I want to ask is, why is that? It doesn't seem on the face of it. It makes sense why Odysseus would be weeping. I think there's really only one answer, and that is Odysseus is weeping really out of just relief, relief that his not just at a scheme worked. You know, he knows it worked, but CEO discus has been at sea. Essentially, buffeted from place to place for now ten years. So he doesn't know if anybody even knows about the about how the sack of Troy was accomplished, presumably people know that it happened. But how it happened, who came up with the idea, imagine if Odysseus had said to the demotic is, hey, I'd like you to sing a song about the Trojan horse, and demotic is said, what Trojan horse? Well, then Odysseus would know that these people, they don't even know about the Trojan horse. They don't know. They know that Troy fell, but they don't know how it fell. They don't know. Or if demotic assists said, oh yeah, there was a scheme of the Trojan horse, but some other Greek came up with that, not Odysseus. Then Odysseus would know that he Odysseus is not getting the credit by which we mean the chaos, the glory, the reputation. Notice, et cetera earlier that chaos in the Odyssey is not about the next life. It's not about what people say about you after you die. It's about what people say about you even while you are alive. Do they record and notice your exploits do you sort of get the reputational value of the things you did? So Odysseus now realizes that yes, his name is not going to be forgotten. People, even the far flung fakes, no that it was he Odysseus who came up with the idea of the Trojan horse. So hence Odysseus weeping. But now let's cut turn the Homer simile because Homer simile is very odd. Odysseus is weeping as a woman weeps whose husband has just been killed on the battlefield and she's being dragged into slavery. Now who do we think about here? Well, we actually think about the Trojans because their city was sacked. Their women are weeping. Their women see their husbands dying and then a beaten on the backs on their backs by Greek soldiers who are like, come on, come on, come on, it's time for you to basically leave. It's time to go into slavery, basically your life in terms of your life as in prosperous Troy is over. The rest of your life, you're going to be a slave. And in this society, being a slave means also being a sexual slave of some Greek master. So incredibly, Homer is comparing the Greek Odysseus weeping to the weeping of a Trojan woman, but possibly Aphrodite, the wife of Hector, seeing her husband dragged around the walls of Troy knowing that her fate is one of slavery. Knowing in some sense that their son, their little baby son's life is doomed. So what Homer is doing is he's kind of reminding you that the victory achieved on the Greek side was not a victory for the other side. Odysseus may be weeping for one reason he's obviously not weeping because Troy fell, he wanted Troy to fall. He devised the scheme for Troy to fall. But even though Odysseus's perspective is in a sense narrow, it's the perspective of the winner, Homer's perspective is much larger, Homer recognizes both sides of the conflict. And so in a kind of beautiful analogy or similarly, he compares Odysseus's weeping with the weeping of a lamenting Trojan wife.
Kids Don't Worry About Being Good— They Just Create
"One other thing that comes to mind when you ask about how to sort of gain the confidence to do something that maybe you're not necessarily supposed to be doing or something that's disruptive, like going up to strangers in a public place and saying, hey, let me rap for you. I feel very grateful that I started freestyling when I was a kid. I started when I was ten or 11 years old, and at that age, I think, at least for me, and I think for a lot of people, we're just a lot less judgmental of ourselves. That's fearful. Yeah. Just goofing around, being silly, having fun trying stuff. Exactly. Experimenting. Right, like for me, as a ten year old, I'm in love with this music called hip hop, you know, at a visceral level. I'm in love with the way that it makes me feel, you know, the low end of the base and the Trump smacking hard and this vocal that even though I don't necessarily understand what the rappers are talking about a lot of the time at that age, the way the message is delivered feels so important. And it's just gripping. And so I'm in love with this music and for me, as a ten year old at that time, it wasn't like some big decision that, oh, now I'm gonna start wrapping. It was like, yeah, of course I'm gonna play around and try to rap, you know? Sure. I'm ten. And that sounds super fun to me, you know? And I love this thing. And like, why would I not try my hand at it? You know, at that age, it's almost like finger painting when you're in preschool or something. No preschooler does a finger painting the whole time being like, oh, is this good? We're gonna like this. Like, oh, I wonder, what's the point? Why am I even doing this? Maybe this isn't for me. You know, no preschooler is doing that while their finger painting, they're just getting messy and having fun being creative. Right. And so I think for anybody at any age, you know, because somebody might be listening to this and saying, well, that's great, but I didn't start when I was ten. And I've done a lot of teaching both drum lessons and working with freestylers and aspiring rappers. Yeah. I've taught a lot of private lessons and also done some group stuff in schools. And but when I'm working with people who are a little older, maybe in their 20s or 30s or even older than that, I think one really important thing to keep in mind is as much as possible if you can try to channel that inner child when you're practicing and when you're in the beginning when you're sort of getting comfortable with this idea of doing something that feels crazy, like doing a freestyle, your first ever freestyle. If you can take the pressure off and not judge it and start finger painting. Make it like finger painting. Do something bad on purpose. You know what I mean? Don't try to be good. Make a sound.
We've Got a Lot More Inflation Coming Our Way
"We've got a lot more inflation coming our way. So we've got a lousy economy. We've got a messed up border. You mean to tell me that the Democrats are going to get elected in the fall? You see, they want to do anything they can to distract from it, even having James diller. They're singing to have a inflation party. I mean, that's really what it was. And it was a party celebrating inflation because these guys are so out of touch with what everyday folks are experiencing that they're actually trying to say, hey, this is great. Things are going down. They're not going down. Anywhere's near what we actually need. The Federal Reserve knows that, which is why we're going to find out this week that rates are going up. I've said they ought to go up by a point. We ought to get at least 75 basis points in the market, market may have a tough time for it. Look, some of it could be baked in at this point. That's why you had a really treacherous week last week. I still think Moore's coming. And I think smart investors will start thinking about how they diversify right now, including into things like dividend stocks. I mean, hey, if things are going down, you might as well get paid a little interest, right? To hold a certain equity, so I like dividend stocks. I'm starting to really like treasuries. I told you this is just a couple of weeks ago because those yields are going up. They're looking at 3.4% now on the ten year, that's kind of good. And I expect that they're going to go up even more. So
Russell Wilson Booed by Seahawks Fans
"I did not see the game on Monday night with the Seahawks and the Broncos. Were you surprised that Russell Wilson got booed in Seattle? I was surprised, but I wasn't shocked, I guess, is the way I would put it. All the stories started coming out about, I don't know, it was kind of an organized campaign, these stories start coming out right before the game and the fans obviously there are legions to the team and not to the players. I think what shocked me more than anything was, it seemed like he don't got no friends. Y'all. It's so weird for somebody who is not an ass. You know, I could see why people would be like, hey cool, I don't really mess with them, but I feel like people actually actively don't like him, which is like, I don't know. I don't quite get it. Yo, so a couple things there. One, what I took from them booing him was the fans don't view him as being responsible for the Super Bowl in the ways that fans typically associate with a quarterback. I mean, they have been in quarterback heaven basically for the last ten years by having him, right? It's very hard to have that sort of thing. It's very rare that you got a situation like that. And normally, even if there's beef, this kind of a man, we want a Super Bowl. We had a great run with you, right? We gonna clap to support that one. Nope, they went on the booze thing, even if he wanted to be traded, right? Keeping in mind that the Seahawks wanted to trade him, which is its own fascinating story again because they were in quarterback heaven and they were still like nah, dog. We don't want no parts of this right here. Like, that part surprised me, but the bigger part, I think is what you touched on is I've never seen a player, not even Jay Cutler, right? Who you played with? Never seen a dude where everybody that seemed to be at least part of a certain era was just down on him. Doug Baldwin, all that money you got, got a lot to do with playing with Russell Wilson. He had something to say. Richard Sherman, we're not surprised because we had heard this from all those legion of boom guys as far back as it went and you're right. Russell's not an ass, but what seems clear to me, right? And you tell me if I'm wrong here, I was having a conversation with my good buddy, David Dennis, because I saw him all around the horn. And his argument was basically that the dudes think Russell is corny, and since they think he's corny, they come in at him, and I'm like, no, no, no, no, no. This isn't the way people like when they think you corny, this is the way people act when they think you phony.
A Montage of Joe Biden's Recent Blunders & Lies
"But we don't need to go to ancient history We can go to more recent history Just in the last ten years or so Cut 22 ago And it happens to be as Barack says a three letter word jobs JOBS John Where do you got the first sort of mainstream African American Yes Who is articulate and bright and clean Nice looking guy I mean that's a storybook man We hold these truths to be self evident All men and women created by go you know you know the thing You can not go to a 7 11 or a Dunkin Donuts Unless you have a slight Indian accent to fully I'm not joking And you don't know my state My state was a slave state My state is a border state My state is the 8th largest black population in the country My state is anything from a northeast liberal state I'm not going to be immune I got something to do I got to go do it Chuck Graham state senators here Chuck Stand up chuck let them see you Oh God love you What am I talking about I tell you what you're making everybody else stand up though pal Thank you very very much
Dodgers beat D-backs 6-0, clinch playoff spot (for real)
"At a two run double to lead the Dodgers to a 6 zero victory over the Diamondbacks The rajas clinched a playoff spot with that wind and could wrap up their 9th NL west title in ten years with a victory Tuesday Bet says that's fine but there's more work to do It's good to clinch and whatnot but I'm just focusing one game at a time You know we still got three weeks to go and just want to continue to play and then we'll take it as a postseason Tyler Anderson scattered 5 hits to improve his record to 50 and three Schwarzchild Phoenix
Seahawks survive Russell Wilson's return, top Broncos 17-16
"The Seahawks spoiled Russell Wilson's return to Seattle with a 1716 victory over the Denver Broncos Geno Smith who had to fill in the vacancy when Wilson was traded to the Broncos in the off season passed for 195 yards and two first half touchdowns People can write you off but you know life's about what you make it And so I've just been blessed enough to be in the NFL for ten years and been working my butt off and it's a team game and we got to win tonight as a team Wilson passed for 340 yards and a score as the Broncos piled up 433 total net yards but Denver failed to capitalize turning the ball over twice with fumbles at the Seattle goal line Jim Bernard Seattle
People Love Carol Burnett for a Reason
"People love you for a reason, but because I think you truly are such a nice person and that radiates and you're kind and it seems like so the antithesis of, you know, I just have to say what's going on. Trump's America right now and the way the dialog has become. And I think that's why people are even more like sort of nostalgic for that time. When you weren't being mean. Well, that's insulting everybody. When we did the 50th anniversary show, the ratings were really good. And people, I guess, wanted to be taken back to that time. Yeah. You know, and now I'm getting fan mail from ten year olds. Well, and the Netflix teenagers. Right, will you talk to kids? I mean, I've been getting fan mail before the Netflix show from kids. Little kids under line three hole. Yeah. Notebook paper. In pencil, then they'll draw a picture of this is you, miss Carroll, and but sometimes, and it's only if they're really little. And young. Right. I'll get a letter saying, I am going to be miss hannigan and Annie. Right. Will you give me some hints on how to perform? How to do this. Yeah. And if they leave their telephone number, I'll call them.
A Look Back at the Life of Mickey Rooney
"Let me tell you, Mickey Rooney obviously was at one point the biggest movie star in the world for the late 30s to the early 40s at the peak of his career between the ages of 15 and 25. He made 43 films. 43 films in ten years. I know Bruce Willis just did that, but that's because they propped them up and put on earpiece in his ear and he was able to it's sad what happened to Bruce Willis, but no actor does 43 films in ten years. But Mickey Rooney was one of MGM's most consistently successful actors, very versatile performer and, you know, Lawrence Olivier, once said he considered Rooney the best there ever was, which is insane because most people believe Lawrence Olivier was the best there was, and I'm gonna tell you, I never enjoyed anything Mickey Rooney was in. If I'm being honest, never got the attraction. The Andy hardy movies? No, they were corny to me. I know those were the times we lived in, but I'd rather see Jimmy cagney Humphrey Bogart in a gangster film. I enjoyed a few things he was in when he was an old man, like that movie Bill. Very poignant movie, Mickey played an old man named Bill who'd been institutionalized by his mother since he was a child, and he finally gets out and ventures out into the big city where a nice family takes him in and he finally feels what it's like to be loved in his 60s. Dennis Quaid was in it. A made for TV movie. And I'm sure he never got over the fact that he turned down the role of Archie bunker, that had to hurt looking back, but Nikki Rooney made millions in his career. As a matter of fact, the first Broadway show I ever saw was sugar babies with Mickey and Ann Miller and they did that show over 1200 times and then it went everywhere for the next 5 years and he never missed one single performance. The guy was making $65,000 a week. However, he was a degenerate gambler and he lost a ton of his life's earnings. And he applied for bankruptcy later in life, which is so sad when a movie star does that. By the time he passed, he had 18 $1000 to his name.
Bidens welcomes Obamas for portrait unveiling
"Barack and Michelle Obama returned to The White House today for the unveiling of their portraits It's the first unveiling since Obama hosted George W. Bush ten years ago continuing a recent bipartisan tradition of the sitting president inviting his immediate predecessor We may have our differences politically but the presidency transcends those differences But for reasons publicly unknown the tradition was halted during the Trump years Obama did not return here until 5 months ago I heard some changes had been made Joining his former vice president in April to mark the affordable care acts anniversary Michelle Obama will walk in the mansion today for the first time since moving out Sagar Meghani at The White House
Juul to pay nearly $440M to settle states' teen vaping probe
"Electronic cigarette maker Juul labs has agreed to pay nearly $440 million to settle a two year probe 33 states and Puerto Rico have extracted a $438.5 million agreement from Juul labs after an investigation into its marketing which have been blamed for a surge in underage vaping Connecticut attorney general William Tong made the announcement We think that this will go a long way in stemming the flow of vaping The settlement to be paid out over 6 to ten years amounts to about 25% of the company's U.S. sales last year Juul has agreed to refrain from a host of marketing practices Billboards are gone That's a big deal for us Public transportation advertising Social media advertising And then use some paid influencers They can't do that anymore Federal health regulators are still scrutinizing jewel after a court stayed an attempt by the FDA to ban their E cigarettes from the market I'm Jennifer King
Amber Athey: Diversifying Your Message vs. Censoring per Platform
"No I don't blame you but I always say I'm not one of these goofball leftists who complains You know you want your stuff out there on every platform possible Honestly not that not to put you as Robin But the reason I got off YouTube though is because I found and I don't know if you're experiencing this too You know because you started on rumble and YouTube you're kind of insulated but a lot of people didn't And this is why I don't get into criticizing others A lot of them Friends of ours by the way They've been at this game ten years and they built you know hundreds of thousands if not millions of followers on YouTube and YouTube kind of has them by you know you know what And they self censor a little bit I know it because they don't want to lose that audience Now I decided to make the break I'm going to be talking about Google and true social a little bit later in the show I hope I get to it But I made the break because I don't like to kind of play tough guy with my audience I found myself occasionally doing that too Like saying things different than I would have and I swore earlier in my life I got mugged one time and I said I'll never negotiate from a position of fear again I went and started taking these mixed martial arts class or whatever And I got off there But I don't blame people for getting their message out as wide as possible But there's no question that people out there They do self censor because these platforms they know if they say something like this versus this there's potential for them to get bumped Your general thoughts on that I think it's a great point and I'm certain that people do do that I'm really lucky in that the podcast is not my main source of income So I don't care if you two demonetize as one of my videos It doesn't really matter to me if one of them gets scrubbed for me I'm just trying to diversify who gets to watch my content and try to make it accessible to as many people as possible But I'll tell you what if that was the only way I was making money it would change my behavior no doubt
Rep. Chip Roy: Republicans Need to Lay out an Agenda of Freedom
"I'm not telling you Manafort and these people around them are all saints I'm not a saint I probably ripped the mattress tag off You get the point What I'm telling you is these people were clearly targeted along with the president because they're threatened by president Trump in this entire movement There's no doubt about that No there's no question about it right And it's the FBI for the examples we just discussed It's a DHS that is going after border patrol agents for doing their job at the border and then lying about it And now it's an Internal Revenue Service with $80 billion being put in place to go after you all of you listeners out there Those are agents put in place to go after you not for revenue although they'll squeeze some revenue out of it That's what this is about It's about power Republicans have got to lay out an agenda They didn't I hear all this stuff about pocketbook issues and all that Yeah I get it We want inflation to go away But if you want a place to go away then we need to get back to freedom And this government is assaulting your freedom There is a cultural war going on And I'm not talking about your typical social issues I'm talking about the attack on the American way of life The attack on American exceptionalism the attack on your freedoms In the first hundred days of Congress a Republican Congress should pass a ten year balance budget restrict spending to stop funding these authoritarian bureaucrats and we should pass we should refuse to fund government refuse to fund it If we do not take operation control of our border if we do not cut the authoritative state focusing on the FBI and the IRS and if we do not stop the assault on American energy that's driving up oil and gas and funding our enemies and we should end vaccine mandate that Republicans can't pledge to do that then screw them They're not actually fighting for you
"ten years ago" Discussed on KGO 810
"Never really predict returns but I do try to set proper expectations Ten years ago I would say yeah you're probably going to get inferior returns But now it seems the story has changed It's about risk There is a risk in a company not moving in this direction whether it be actual legal risk economic risk or just the risk of being perceived as a bad company and then people stop investing The returns in the last 5 years there has been an improvement at least according to the research that I've read But returns are tricky because you can't sit there and promise someone particular rate of return So it does sound like today There are some really viable options I'm just going to be full on nosy What values are you seeing in your clients that they come to What do they care about The most prevalent one is clean energy That's the one that comes up the most frequently People don't get too much into the social aspect or the governance No one is really expressed this but it seems a lot of companies are taking the lead on their own So Jones point about clean energy One of the funds that we're choosing is focused on clean energy So we talk a lot about exclusion of quote bad companies But there's also a part of ESG which is inclusion of good companies And that I think is again a change from the days of socially responsible investing I've seen funds rolled out that are focused on companies that have elevated women to high positions right And they're including those companies and building their funds around that Yeah absolutely I think it's really interesting I'm not a big giant investor but I'm an investor and those things are important to me And I'm glad that there is a vehicle And I also like to protest and say I don't like that this company is doing something morally reprehensible I actually prefer being able to say here are really great options And this is where you should put your money and your time and your investment Yeah and if you're listening to all this and have questions on how this strategy might apply to your portfolio.
"ten years ago" Discussed on WTOP
"Are in the mid 50s so very mild for your Sunday with sunny skies a bit breezy at times Monday Tuesday and Wednesday all three days filled with sunshine highs on Monday in the 40s but by Tuesday back to the 50s and we're near 60 on Wednesday 41 right now in D.C. 39 I gave this book and 37 in culpeper And yes I did go to the car wash Thank you very much 6 40 congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene defending her decision to go to a white nationalist conference in Orlando last night telling CBS she didn't know that Nick Fuentes was the organizer Fuentes leads the America first political action conference in the past Fuentes defended Jim Crow segregation And claimed the number of Jews who died in the Holocaust just didn't add up Green said she went to his event because he has a very young following She spoke out about cancel culture during that conference It was ten years ago tonight 17 year old Trayvon Martin shot and killed by a man who claimed that he shot the teen in self defense I'm Peter king in Orlando Demonstrators wanted justice for Trayvon when his killer George has never been was allowed to go free for weeks Because of the stand your ground law that allows lethal force in life threatening situations Zimmerman case has now put stand your ground out there Marco mero was ever been defense attorney And people think well I can just shoot Shooting should still be the absolute last resort A recent study shows stand your ground laws and more than 30 states maybe responsible for over 700 gun deaths per year Zimmerman was found not guilty o'mara's defense was self defense which is different Peter king CBS News Orlando Northern Virginia leaders unveiling the third and final sign over the weekend that remembered the state's Jim Crow laws on the rails Three.
"ten years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Visiting Joplin now it's kind of hard to tell That is unless you know what to look for If you're from here and you look at over this landscape I still see the scars And I see empty lots And I know where people died Ashley micklethwait was president of Joplin's school board when the tornado struck She's standing on a rise built on the wreckage of a hospital destroyed in that storm Ten years ago the view from here was heaps of crumpled splintered rubble stretching from miles Now it looks tidy New buildings and small trees growing between stretches of open space but even all these years later the pain still remains fresh You don't You never get over it It just gets less raw You have to understand the terror of that evening Tiffany static who resources director here narrowly survived She was wedged in a hallway where her husband Shane and their two small children It was almost instantly the roof came off of our House and I could feel us coming off the ground and Shane had his arms over the top of us trying to hold us down You know you kind of have an out of body experience I remember hearing this awful screaming and then I realized it was me screaming When she crawled from the wreckage covered in mud splinters and insulation Her neighborhood she knew it had vanished Broken gas lines were hissing Down power lines were sparking Her husband's shoulder was dislocated Her dog was missing Like more than 9000 rap fellow citizens she lost most of her belongings Worse yet she says her children lost their innocence That's daughter Allie was just three when the tornado strike And like many children here in the weeks following she relived the storm over and over again She called it playing tornado We spend the morning and we get in your house and the line does in its lasting off and we have the one again Fast forward ten and a half years And the tiny girl cut in the imaginary whirlwind is now a confident athletic 14 year old But Ali start says she still gets nervous when it stormy And she keeps her most important possessions close at hand My tornado bag is what I like to call it And I have it right over here So it's just this little backpack And inside I have my blanket that I liked to have when I was a kid And then I have poo bear Those both to survive the tornado Tiffany stats is it's easy to tell people who survived the tornado They stick out when there's a tornado watch at work You can look around the room when you're gather there and know who's been through something like this because I know I have to I have to talk to myself like okay breathe you can't start crying You can't freak out and keep it together and let's be logical Joplin's psychiatrist Charles graves cultural response normal and says that the old adage what doesn't kill you makes you stronger doesn't apply here In fact it's backwards He says that trauma can make people more vulnerable And so because this was such a massive trauma and so many people were exposed that is an environmental hit to them Great says that kind of environmental hit or shared trauma can show up in higher suicide or drug abuse rates But he says there can also be an upside I think there's a psychological awareness across this community There's an awareness that life is precious and in short and you control what you control prepare for the future And you don't have control over everything But that realization is hard one And Tiffany stats says her heart aches from a field tornado victims She says she knows what they're in for You know you're scared and you're thankful to be alive and in the days and the weeks and the months that come where you're looking for things that you can't find and you realize oh that's gone And then dealing with the insurance finding a new home and then that fear and there's anger too Anger that can worsen as the recovery drags on Because something is profound as a tornado doesn't heal itself in a year or two In Joplin it's taken a full decade and some residents are healing still Frontier news on Frank Morris in Japan Missouri Tomorrow and morning edition Frank.
"ten years ago" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
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"ten years ago" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"We'll be server George Floyd's family but they're right just price can't be drowned out by an angry mob earlier the president be rated governors for not taking action to stop the violent protests women but people are calling about if you don't dominate your Dominic add you have to arrest people and you have to try hello the president on a conference call there is called for the governor's to call up the National Guard to help disperse the violent kraut presumptive twenty twenty democratic nominee Joe Biden met earlier today with community leaders in Wilmington Delaware he says president trump is partly to blame for racial tensions in this country ten years ago you you haven't heard wow by leaders yesterday Biden visited a protest in support of George Floyd family in Wilmington a medical examiner in Minneapolis is classified the death of George Floyd as a homicide saying his heart stopped as police restrain him forensic pathologist Dr Michael Baden was hired by the Floyd family he drew the same conclusion the EMS people arrived and found he had no policy had a cardiac arrest he tried CPR they tried shocks to the heart nothing worked and he did not recover he in my opinion he died he was dead after about four or five minutes you're turning for flights family calling for the charges against former police officer Derrick often to be upgraded from third degree murder to first degree America is listening to fox news wail wail wow that's a big well okay well during quick on the.
"ten years ago" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"ten years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And we're going to deliver to them for encore presentations of two of our sold out of that first Jackson which discusses the new York times bestseller Redbone plus our conversation with author born Lippman about her best seller lady in the lake I'm Alison Stewart joined me for all of it news on WNYC this is all of it continuing our south by south of housed in series in which we speak with filmmakers who want to screen their films at this year's south by southwest festival in Austin today we're taking a look at a narrative film that portrays a woman struggle to adjust as her long time off the grid weed farm faces the changes brought on by marijuana legalization in California the old ways to suit our protagonist Debbie just fine she's been a grower for decades but the modern world of legal pot and all its bureaucracy threaten her existence in her sense of self written and directed by Kate McLean and Mario for Loney the film is titled Freeland it is composed of quiet moments big vistas and new moral quandaries we are thrilled to invite the film's writers and directors Kate and Mario to all of it welcome thank you for having us so you were made a short documentary called pot to country how much of that influence the script it's a good question I think that making that film introduced us to this very beautiful and productive world this tiny little town that we immersed ourselves and and that was ten years ago but I think even then we can sort of feel the shockwaves as kind as the increasing mainstreaming marijuana starting to shake up the black market as we were shooting this little documentary and then Mario and I finished it and went on and worked on other projects but we found periodically we would still get together and have a beer and talk about parts of this world that still hold on us that we could elect a laugh and that sort of turned into the writing scripts for Freeland and the house will working on that he now says that sort of pressures and changes around legalization we're becoming more intense and that and I became sort of the driver the driver a screenplay Morrow when we meet Debbie what position does she find herself and now that weed isn't being legalized right if you find yourself between sort of like a rock and a hard place right like she she's being pressured by the county and that's something that would actually happen as we were filming we actually change the scripts right before we filmed because this new law came into effect for the the county was we quit trying to pressure black market farmers who had stayed in the black market posted as they can to come out by saying if you don't go legal and that also means like changing the whole way your operation words are increasingly at ten hundred thousand dollars to do so we would go after you ensure you do things are because she does she is forcibly but at the same time that made her and her ability to sell our crops in the black market he is talking with here in usual because you know the potential buyers are not we don't want to deal with somebody who is going to be the the is going through that extra level of scrutiny by the government in the film as you were writing this why does Davey resist this making the changes necessary I have a question I mean I think the thing that I really fell in love with about the place where we sat is that it's like this little pocket of counter culture imagine that people started to build for themselves in the nineteen seventies and you know the community kind of self selects for people who want to live south side of society outside of the law you know one of their own water from a creek can build their own homestead and create schools for their kids and it's like really built their own society and that here so that one of the people that we agreed to the documentary certified we came here to get away from the mainstream another mainstream is coming up and I think that you know that's very true of our protagonist Evie that she's you know she's built a very independent off the great life and I think like a lot of people in their sixties you had success in their career to date you know the idea of changing the way that you do everything it's final training actually kind of unthinkable and overwhelming and you know sounds like something you're going to protest what do you want to explore because there is this this home throughout it about her being a woman in her mid sixties that is a it just sort of Hans the script a little bit he had what he wanted to explore about that a really good question I think I think that women in this particular field people who are kind of living off the grid growing cannabis are we really few and far between it's like largely a male dominated industry so when we did meet people like that I was struck by their strength and their independence and their ingenuity you know kind of putting the flights together for themselves you know piece by piece by hand unlike many of the people around them and I guess I was also thinking a lot about people who are in my parents generation who have spent the last you know ten to fifteen years in a number of different industries and kind as either forced into retirement or dealing with unemployment and I think it's a really universally felt issue throughout the country and lots of different places and you know that the profound feelings as you know rage and loss and yeah our listeners that that brings up for people and I think in that sense it's really you know not a not a cannabis specific story it's really you know I think a story that lots of people can relate to my guess Kate McLean and Mario for Lani we're talking about their film three languages when he filmed a screened at south by southwest Samaria that this is very interesting moment when she decides to go to a cannabis conference and we see her she's very beautiful actress and she sort of been very natural to them she put some lipstick and she kind of does her hair she gets in the car she's practicing her pitch and she goes this convention were there signs like cannabis meet capital can you describe my listeners what how she sees that convention one and what it does to her while she's there hello and thank you for that I think a side note we sold the way that we would we found that it's a we found that out the documentary so like she we we we brought the actor to Christopher child to the convention with the one of the first things to shop for the phone and we just followed her as she experienced that as the character right and I will talk to people explain what we were doing that this is a fiction film but we tried and we didn't know what to expect we hi I hadn't gone to want to be seen here and so when we went there we were surprised at how technologically advanced and how financially you know like is it that you're all about financing and technology and and how like and buttoned up and all all people which follows an M. and button up shirts and not a person there who looked like her character or very few and so I think for us to that idea for a blog on putting the care transformation where she is a total totally graphic out of water in the industry that you help build right they can actually be a great week what happened when I blinked and suddenly the world is completely different than what than what I I thought it would be and anyways it's a feeling also that I think anybody who's going to a convention for some passwords like anything if I were a little rate like you know you're trying to fit in you can just see the friend there should be somebody she knows she try to fit into this conversation to get elbowed out and I think that he lied up trying to trying to fit into to the end and feeling effect that fear of being left behind in how the new movie sounds the film soundtrack really it's really evocative what were you going for Kate in terms of the score and movie shot out who scored yeah William Ryan Fritch is the regular collaborator of ours in an incredible musician and hands and composer of the score and we also worked with a really wonderful sound designer that lab that we love Peter operation and well in here often work together and what we were looking for was something kind of naturalistic and small initially but we thought that you know we would try to kind of have the score near kind of the natural world in which so much of that is like S. friends but adds we kind of really got into the need of editing the movie we realized that there was the opportunity for kind of deeper emotion and we leaned on well to create something kind of a little bigger than we thought we would use an alarm clock it is and we really we really love you know kind of what he was able to do so there's a lot of kind of gradual swells in the music and there's a lot of kind of moments that sort of rise up and fade away that work really well with kind of the the landscape cinematography and that the quieter moments in the film that was my next question all all aimed toward you Mario is that there is silence in the film and your side is beautiful sweeping score there are these it's of silence how did you want to use silence to tell the story yeah I always I always feel a tad bit silence can be a really powerful tool in can fin homes and and particularly to the more humanising interest field very committed to create valid very similar to the same thing so you know that some of the ten thirteen in the town that often would have score and that score that would protect tried to amplify that that tension we decided instead to quicken choir which would give very specific sound design back that still create the rhythm to the scene can someone tell me what he was talking about if they are founded by American composer Peter and and well working together and packing often complains one mill like the the eagles from sound design into mistaking of being a very sort of like organic natural way the can't can't can't figure out sometimes what he found the kind love music and that was that was definitely the goal I was in the background sh My Baby home we're all doing everything here my he all in this together right you know okay when did you two you've been clubbers for a long time when did you start working together you and Maria we met in graduate school and you know that the first project that we worked on with this at ten minutes short some experience twenty minutes actually pop country at that the documentary together during graduate school and then afterwards Mario became you know as a cinematographer and worked a lot and the sequence in which artists are on a number of songs and I largely concentrated on documentary producing and then you know we started very gradually started incubating strict over the course of many years and you know configuring and reconfiguring it so that we can really make it in a very simple way and we all lived and you know hit the home status in this little town among real working platforms so what do you what do you hope happens now the south by southwest in the past not gonna happen we hope where do you hope the screen's jury think about a digital release you still looking for distribution what's going on good question I think the big both Mario and I really loved the idea of some festival one moment in time that we could celebrate with the casting crew but you know that.
"ten years ago" Discussed on KCRW
"Ten years ago or she continues to cry even as kids scream in delight around her about an hour outside of Kabul the mayor of a town called my dad shower says she's watching this partial truce carefully her name is that he felt funny we spoke by phone when it comes to the phablet they are happy for days they are all in shops in the suite at least for a few days and nights people could enjoy a peaceful life alert but the society says there's been sporadic attacks they just haven't risen to the level of violating this partial truce most recently there was a small bomb blast in Kabul nine people were injured the funny worries that this body violence is a bad sign and there are other warning signs ahead I couldn't Taliban officials expect to sign a deal on Saturday that would ultimately see the withdrawal of most American forces from Afghanistan soon after the deal was signed a team led by president Ashraf Ghani and the Taliban I meant to start talks on a political settlement those talks are meant to begin in early March but that's looking unlikely I haven't agreed on a location Afghan politicians are divided and president honey hasn't announced who will be on this team but for now many Afghans of folks on the slow and they trying to enjoy this one quiet we do you have a compound used you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news and Casey are W. I'm speech it take this California super Tuesday primaries right around the corner this Tuesday and for some folks this election season in LA is the first time they're gonna be able to vote as an.
"ten years ago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"ten years ago" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Don't know the victim was thrown into the water after he was head detective say yachts had a blood alcohol level point two three four after meeting that he had smoked marijuana around seven in the morning and drinking a double shot a fireball shortly before the crash will more on the story on two PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman in just a few minutes coming up next remembering the victims of the devastating disaster but first let's get a check on traffic from the Florida central credit union home loans traffic center we're still seeing heavy traffic delays on the sunshine skyway bridge southbound due to police activity at the top of the bridge windy conditions up there too so you some extra caution here we're still seemed so traffic in all three purchase moving into Tampa especially the Gandhi and Howard Franklin bridge and south mantra on I seventy five flow from the summit crosstown expressway to Gibsonton drive west on trouble on I forceful right from the someone connected to the downtown interchange page Carrera newsradio WFLA warm and breezy this evening is our winter warming trend continues mild in the overnight hours with a low low of sixty eight it's eighty degrees right now newsradio WFLA so for this Asian community a set together Sunday afternoon a little Haiti to pay tribute to the more than two hundred thousand killed and three hundred thousand people injured in a massive seven point oh earthquake that occurred ten years ago to that day eighties any event to remember does who perished but also to him remember Haiti at a time where it's going through one of the worst political appeal in recent history marlin bast yen the executive director of family action network movement says Haitians in the US are also battling January twenty twenty one deadlines for their temporary protected status a new suicide barriers being installed along the sunshine skyway bridge the for the department of transportation says it will install eight foot high vertical netting never to prevent people from jumping from the bridge in particular the mid span sky way is the fourth deadliest bridge for suicides in the United States construction of the three million dollar project is is expected to start this summer a former miss Florida is heading to prison for stealing her elderly mother social security checks a federal judge sentenced Karen Turk to thirty days behind bars five months of home detention and one hundred hours of community service at a nursing home Turk pleaded guilty in September to social security fraud prosecutors say instead.
"ten years ago" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Almost ten years ago thanks for being a venture at the end of town both old works the takeout counter at Amelia's which serves local food they know they're paid former for nearly two decades he drives to your Rico with a trailer gets whatever's left over from the booth brewing company and his pigs are raised on marijuana and beer like so many people in southern humble Beth has her feet in two worlds running a public business and growing cannabis she remembers one in the nineteen eighties law enforcement helicopters into the remote hills we were protesting and not moving out of the way so the helicopters could land back then when it was really risky to grow and sell cannabis the profits were high growers had money in their pockets that they could spend on higher end restaurants and specialty foods Beth rode the waves of change here medical marijuana the influx of get rich quick growers and legalization which she supported then in two thousand seventeen she tried getting a permit to grow legally and I would show up at the planning department with a box of pastries a big smile on my face and saying how can we help you get us through this process but she found it so frustrating and expensive she gave up one legalization expert told me it's not unusual for people to spend more than a hundred thousand dollars getting licensed at the same time the restaurant business started to falter five years ago Emily is added on to their takeout counter with a dining room downstairs unfortunately I have really bad timing because our community was collapsing I beginning of the collapse at first she says they had a thriving dinner service in private parties but legalization triggered a drop in price under a thousand dollars per pound down from over five thousand in marijuana's heyday I mean we would have no one we would just all of the staff we would just stand here she says the take out business dropped fifty percent the dining room more than that now Beth says she's really questioning her earlier support of legalization I just lay in bed at night and think what was I thinking I have strived to feed my community and I pray every day for guidance of what is the right path for a house and what is the right path for my community so I start to wonder if restaurants are struggling how ARE produce farmers doing first I take a detour to the little town of white for.
"ten years ago" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"ten years ago" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Arizona also Mackey ghettos political insider Jan brewer hi she watched the demigod democratic debate last night so you don't have to we'll talk to her about that to anybody pull ahead anybody distinguish themselves or is it all about we don't care who gets the nomination we just want to beat trump will talk to her and about three oh five I remember this I know you remember this we were on the air when it happened I phone boy yeah boy balloon boy ten years ago the hoax remember the family that put a balloon in the air and they didn't know that their kid was in it and it floated seven thousand feet hi yup was a massive helium balloon and the they talked about it they want on TV I think they want to Larry King I think a little kid you six and he was supposedly in that balloon right and in it was it was unbelievable they put it on TV and we're watching it more saying that kid is going to die yeah how's it gonna gets back to the ground with a crash it was ten years ago today one of the most bizarre yet captivating stories dominated the news here on Denver seven and across the nation with Denver seven good channel watched a homemade balloon flow thousands of feet believing a six year old boy was trapped inside unbelievable well we know how this story ends to after a frantic chase inserts that little boy was never in the balloon and the story turned out to be a hoax and publicity stunt so now ten years later Denver sevens Nicole Brady is revisiting this story I wonder if she got the family to talk yeah they're a little more camera shy now that maybe they were before this happened ten years ago yeah John they got caught in a lie and national TV yeah what what exactly happened at the B. camera shot hello it's Richard in Miami Heaney they are still maintaining that this was all a big misunderstanding and they say that they wish to spit it out he say that they wish the world would just kind of forget that you like the whole thing but how could we forget moments like this he's in there is only he always said one actress all right there you see them all moving in people running towards the device okay so this is life this is a life covers thing years ago yeah there you see them all moving in people running towards the device now they went on Larry King and the little kid after the fact the little kid puked yeah because he was so nervous about being on TV.
"ten years ago" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"That most of the focus of the family was on the sun ten years ago I can't be the only person drawn a blank I'm in your memory no and and years later well today he needs I have a very different living situation the question remains the whole incident as police say they did and the answer is actually a little more complicated than all of that the father Richard served thirty days in jail and sixty nine to work release it was August twenty ten when he moved his family in nineteen hundred miles from Colorado to Florida following the incident the family now lives in a camper trailer parked on the side of a twisty country road in upstate New York yes as you sit here and you eight in you and you look at the whole story by the way the father is fifty eight how you look at the whole story you realize that the whole family essentially in some way shape or form recorded this article paid for what they say was not a deception but rather if you remember that thought the boy was in the balloon and then eventually it became apparent the kid might've been sleeping in the attic I had a back tag on this song see.
"ten years ago" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Of alley sure what yeah what's happening and we're staying on hello I don't have many friends and I talk about this in open borders ink because there's an intersection here of the limiting of free speech on issues of sovereignty and larger war against free speech by many of the people who helped create this country in the first place and I can't you have to follow the money to find the truth got mark Dr Burke and Jack Dorsey who do not believe and not a sovereign country and working to widen the they can't use Kirk's internet people who felt things like mine. which is this heartening at best and dangerous at worst I mean I think that if we are really able to and somebody told me the other day I forget that maybe with somebody fox I don't remember but they said that fifty or ten years ago it was Judith Miller there were there were ten to fifteen years ago there were fifty different major companies that owned the you know ninety percent of the media across the country today there are fifteen and it's it's becoming a smaller and smaller group of single individuals at the top of every one of those hi Kevin McCullough I've got the absolute day from you know where today I've got to be going from early this morning until late tonight and I was already I was I was I was up reading about it it's three A. M. like that's how busy my day is today but I gotta tell ya I'm not too worried about getting sick and I used to get sick regularly when I would over do it on a schedule and stress part of the reason the main reason is because I know I'm getting the right nutrition see I take.
"ten years ago" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"So how old. that. they almost ten years ago yeah and they came to the right the faster window but don't know exactly where to go or the master bedroom what. they went right into the air and pretty much you know. everything around. your call my story that I heard our little at the time. except that such my dining. if we're just one touch your diamond ring that's odd yeah not odd. hi my name but it was fate I left it on top of my jewelry box. it's fine now yeah and then they are a laptop. when you this was when everybody was out of the house I'm assuming. yeah my kids. who noticed first what was the first clean. well my older daughter Kmart and she's like my my you know usually leave your room pretty neat like when he talked about I walk in there and I'm like oh god. it's got to be such a creep. and yeah and I have your kids in the house not knowing you know. when it happened and I was left open and yeah baseball went out the front door of that which concerned me a lot. what do they care Jan thank you because you're not gonna lock up for you. sherry from new Egypt you run New Jersey one one point five. Hey guys how are you okay sherry. I love your show thank you. I it was about fifteen maybe twelve years ago that happened to us I was coming home and it was I'm a teacher so it's like a half day and I can't I had conferences or something I had both my little kids in the car will miss the sweet and I started you know how you drive really and you could be our garage door up yeah that's how I answer I'm putting it up and I see that the the door to my kitchen is a chart on like that's weird I don't know I don't know if I left it open or my husband I want you and make you turn the car and leave them in the car I walked in and on me I look over read like a half wall and I can see my TV room from the kitchen yeah that TV was taken off the wall just the brackets are like the wires. such a shocking feeling well now I know you don't know if they're still in there at this point though right right and we like actually you know how you like lots of people don't get things like right away like everybody else were those people it's like we finally have one of these on the wall. his goal it's like you know gosh so I backed up my hand was shaking I'm not usually like the fighters are torn or anything I'm pretty great but I was visibly shaking and I just walked back out of the house and I went down got in my car in the drive way be a long driveway called the cops and called my husband and they were in there they had gone they got in through this site the sliding glass door and the weird thing is we live on I thirty nine it's a really busy highway. so we always say these people really got got to come down like a side road and I guess they got into the sliding glass door that way yeah yep get out took some jewelry took the TV age nothing nothing huge but it was kind of like it felt really weird. I wouldn't feel bad about being afraid because I mean okay a criminal human being is something to be afraid thanks for calling New Jersey one a one point five Steve travel.