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"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on Awards Chatter

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08:11 min | Last month

"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"And the idea was to team them up with a set surrogate. Who would go through. This sort of people remember but masters know message johnson. Now right it was a sort of a ten twenty thirty week program where people where they will deal with sexual issue actually step by step. It started with pam caressing and things like that kind of train them in some ways you know how to deal with the problem but also trained him hotter express themselves physically and emotionally as well and and and i was. I was able to convince people to agree found because of the process. If i paid for therapy one was a young guy who didn't have any money. The other guy was had money but was changed which was part of his problem and so But of course what happened in that situation. Is that all the personal and emotional things. Come out so You happens in you know many most know ongoing sexual interactions and And so it caught all that and then the other thing about this is interesting. Is that the same time this is happening. This is all been prescribed by therapist. The therapist is meeting with the client and meeting with the surrogate after each session. To find out what what happened and you know and then give instructions on. What should be done that so you had this triangle it relates to you know i mean so much. Literature and film is based on the triangle. You have really writes. Got up there so it worked out. Well it was successful. Premiered phil matt's prove original. La and it. Was you know in the film. That's used to i. I don't think i like film festivals. Are batch shown some extra mirrors thousands of people would just be so explosive so you had his documentary which the light of day you know in two thousand people And then it went on to you know vision in home video so did well and so that that brings me to the last question for you before we merged these story lines and that is is there any rhyme or reason to the fact that all right so that deals in in one sense with sexuality the film that you were working on when amy met you Which i guess was at that point in late. Stages was sick. The life and death of bob flanagan supermasochist about a b. dsm celebrity in the last years of his life. Obviously there's a sexual element to that. And then of course in recent years together you guys have dealt with quite a bit of you know sexual abuse related stuff just is it purely coincidental or was there something. That explains why that would have been a area that you're drawn to it. Why wouldn't it's going to jail. I think the number reasons one The most simple level. I was interested in getting something seen so if i was going to pick something that was you know. Psychologically even philosophically complex. I didn't want something that would be really interesting. Nobody of watch so that was that was somewhat of a business decision if you will But i also think a lot of people who are working in this arena are coming from the outside right our end And i i noticed that all my work and in all of amy's in my work i think has been about outsiders. You know. I mean homeless person running for office in santa monica dairy. I mean and and that's something. I've always been drawn to because you can you. It allows you position of critique. Right i mean some money. Usually outsiders have really thought this through. And then you can take this film and sort of enhanced and smash it against the culture in a way and you know. I think we've gotten better and better as smashing pretty hard in the culture has to react and to and i was always interested into power film in that way more in the beginning with them. You films Sick in private practice which was some about sex or therapy. It was more psychological. And you know the about the you know the the sexual politics that go on in a personal relationship of concerns but But yeah no. I mean it's i think it's i think a lot of people i mean. I think a lot of writers have have used a Sexuality as a way of critiquing mainstream society share or not just critiquing but sort of understand. You know packing right bearing witness or that so rich. But i wanted to make a bad joke. Well dick pics burn fire. It was right. That would have been the production company so i of course you guys do meet at this at this i guess work-in-progress screening of of sick and i guess the film ends. And maybe you wanna take the story from their amy. Why did you guys man. And i'm blown away blown away and it was so smart. It was so much so different. From what i expected. You know documentary can really run a gamut would be very just information thank you and it could also be sort of you know an exquisite piece of art transport of and it also can be like transported but not that deep and it was transported than deep and it was also oddly. Enough very iranian. I mean it was about as you said a sadomasochist. But kirby didn't you know what the film does is it really upsets. Your ability to hire is in any facile way those relationships which is what you know. Conventional society typically does but actually what dairy does work is all about is about. Let's look at these top bottoms and see how they sort of are mutually constituent of as opposed to you know and let's look at what we consider abhorrent behavior. It's actually normative or kahn. Co constituents who are the norm. And if you don't know what normal is if you don't have an understanding fabrics along with aberdeen's normal so come out of the screening mind blown gupta. Kirby say this was great. Gave him my notes. of course. something's entertained. I said i said i'm working on this film on dairy and also up until this time you have to understand that you could pretty much clear room like if you sent that to anyone in la like it was like humor. Martian like no one had heard of him or could care less like they were just turned in like. Look for some interesting to talk to. And kirby said oh my god. I love his work. I've read him like and so then i he said i'm happy to help you. And he actually did offer his help for quite some time. And i don't know if we'll have the same right memory but i think he then said why don't we co direct. And i was like that and then after like a year. I was like help. Come back you know please god. Let's go direct because you've been you've been at this for a few years already. You were running up against the wall. Yeah actually so that same time. I call debbie's in that editor on dead poet's society. I also called my girlfriend margaret waller. Who had been a professor of mine at amherst and she had gone to film school posts. Teaching amherst i. I did the same thing i was like. How and she said you. Gotta talk to richard cohen. He's the only filmmaker i know. He does really cool stuff. So that's so at the same time. So i got connected to kirby and i got connected to richard. Richard was making wasn't making so met richard. I saw his films. Actually deadly force was really good less sophisticated and complicated intellectually but.

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"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on Awards Chatter

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05:51 min | Last month

"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I have no idea what i'm doing and they'll think i do because the from la and she's like you know there's this guy out and silverlake. I don't know his stuff at all. Is named kirby dick. I'm good friends with dody. Dorn ended up editing memento. And she's editing some fullness whatever your fly back. Let's go see a rough cut. And so we went. So i flew at christmas or something kirby was screening sick with doty at dodi's house in echo park and i showed up and clause the story there. Because i wanna. I wanna meet back here when when we catch up with. What brought kirby to that moment. So kirby As i understand it you end up at cal arts. I don't know if you did you finish at cal arts or no. No i'm i i no not at all. I never actually graduated from any school. Even though i went to a number of school. Sometimes painting sometimes auditing Usually i mean. I had very little money so when i was like i was able to the first term i had to pay tuition the second term. I i said to them look can only pay half tuition. I think expect amadou a half load. Continue doing about the third time. I didn't even pay. I just went. You know studying with some you know john bob. Mike ascher was gone to another school and other you know very very kind of kind of conceptual school. In halifax nova coat scotia college design. And so i was very immersed in you know sort of conceptual theory contemporary art and it was. It was a revelatory experience because at both schools. I mean The the creek process was so rigorous and an actually trained me how to look at any kind of art. Which is you. Don't just look at it from within the formal Issues that the that the medium brings up but you look at it from the personal perspective from the social from the political it was advanced. I mean sorry. One of i mean. My gosh in particular was a kind of famous for having chris go on for hours and hours and hours and the classified or six people can so people say he would just let it. Nothing happened for five minutes and then somebody would pop up with something and it would start again. I mean it was a bit like endurance tests. But it really it really did force you to come to terms with and this was stupid word usually but to come to terms with it in every possible way and so that was great training for me well in a lot of people that i know who have gone through cal. Arts are people that go on and they become disney animators or pixar. All different kinds of. I don't know too many of them To which is to say. I don't know any others who went on to be making. You know social activist documentaries of at what point did it occur to you that You know that not only film but documentary film. Was the way that you were going to go with. This was in the artist goal. So i wasn't in the film's animation so And i had this kind of naive idea. Kind of like amy Well i'm working a lot in video. Art is just a short staff to making scripted features. It's just you know so anyway. So i started to write scripts and They were okay. They win back good. I mean they should have been made And and i just. I was getting a little frustrated. I was trying to low budget independent film. And i thought i saw a number of people who had started on documentary so i said to myself okay. That's the way to go. You make one. And then that's a stepping stone. While i made my first documentary on And it was so fascinated both what happened in front of the camera. What happened around the camera. The whole process that i just kind of fell in love with the form right there and and of course you know a number my films. They were very much focusing on kind of psychological issues trauma issues but It was It was just so rich to be inside that in working that it working the way you do in a documentary all personal and political issues of sort of explode out of that so you mentioned that this first one was sex surrogate therapy exactly exactly as This was in the mid eighties. So was monthly for there was for some women where manu had some sort of generally is sort of. I mean there's a lot of different is used different situations but for the most part of men who had some kind of sexual problems and the idea was to team them up with a set surrogate. Who would go through this sort of. I don't know if people remember but masters know message. Johnson now right. It was a sort of a ten twenty thirty week program where people where they will deal with sexual issue actually step by step it started with pam harassing and things like that kind of train them in some ways you know how to deal with the problem but also trained him hotter express themselves physically and emotionally as well and and and i was. I was able to convince people to agree found because of the process. If i paid for their therapy one was a young guy who didn't have any money..

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"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on The Juan on Juan Podcast

The Juan on Juan Podcast

11:42 min | 1 year ago

"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on The Juan on Juan Podcast

"You that it can survive on surfaces up to seventeen days and that's why people are getting sick on cruises staying up to seventeen days and there's talks of Bill Gates and his foundation coming up with a vaccine and they're gonNA supposedly put a chip in you and you're GonNa have a card or something. In order for you to participate or going anywhere you have to be vaccinated. So again people are saying it's the mark of the beast right biblical apocalyptic oil things before talking about that and now the checks. The people are complaining that it's not enough though the free giveaway which thus another thing they gave me start. People are saying it's not enough. It's not supposed to being off and I don't feel like this does anything I the thing is. People are entitled pieces of crowd here. That's the thing if so people are you. Seeing people are entitled. What did I tell you when the when the food supply goes away? Gus what can it become wound with nature not toilet paper? What did they do back then? They would go into the river Washer. We'll go crazy. People feel like they can't provide for their family or feed their family or all the things that's one houses are going to be broken into. We'd already started. Why no I know but I'm saying like as 'cause they think about how many people don't have money to buy a loaf of bread or a gallon of milk because there's people like that how many people probably don't how many Americans the percentage of Americans that don't have a savings. No I know. There's a lot of people that live off of like wake and like food assistance and paycheck to paycheck exactly like literal. Like don't cannot do anything outside can't ever eat out can ever buy anything camera. Splurge on anything. I don't feel like the whole stimulus thing is going to really make a by what I'm saying. Yeah we'll take it Req- no complaints you know that's like when someone like offered you hear how you have to pay back door. No I was actually trying to research like what is no. No no no. So here's the catch. It's an advance on your tax return. Oh Babe I figured. It wasn't like hey. Here's some money. It's an advance on your tax year. Yes so When they're going to cry about that next year when they don't get the bigger lump sum of new of money no because the people who live off of that and who depend on that. But you know what they need to be worrying about how they're going to pay their stuff now. Here's the thing I don't I'm not political. I don't get put. I don't vote. I'm not gonNA again the the but but I see what trump is trying to do. Trump is trying to let the states and each and every single state do their own thing So that way they can't blame them for anything but at the end of the they're going to still blame him because that's the way it is politicians. It's Dan do down. We don't well. Everything is everything now. Oh He's not going to give us any money damned. Oh He's only giving us twelve hundred damned so it's like dollars like and then you've got people who think that's like that's a lot of money. There's some for some people a lot of money. Now I know but they're still like all only twelve hundred those same people. Yeah but I mean I'll take four hundred northern abutment by some night vision goggles done. That's what I'M GONNA buy. Nobody some Night Vision Goggles. Because when she has the fan yeah yes the big foot and then when she hits the Fan. I'm going to have upper hand and I'm GonNa you know what I mean so again. I don't this is GonNa Change. This is already changed the world. I told you about that video. The people on the plane just like fighting those crazy as like the still people on planes. What exactly so would trump if he would've shut the border down but it so you talked about the cases because again it's it's so much he talks about the cases he said that all they're not reporting on it. China does have like the other day was like China had no new cases or something like Oh zero but guess what that they know of because guess what they kicked out all American journalists out of the country that just the other day If you speak out in China right right you die might our like oh and Russia everybody loves Putin. You have to love them right right. There's it's there's Donka there's no if ands or buts bro. Yeah Oh that's what the people say. Yeah they have to because you have to me. And that's why you know communist government tyrannical government. That's what happens. You love him. Yeah you have to love them. Yeah there's no freedom of speech like I love the Kim Jong Memes where it's like nine. Am TO CONFIRM KRONA virus cases. Nine seventeen a m zero confirmed cases and it was like the magician. Does it again? How does he do it? Guess what you're getting at the Dome and that's it and then another thing that I was thinking about was. What if they're burning the bodies 'cause they reanimate what are they come back to life? And that's what they're burning them. How would that be world war z. Or I am legend which we have to watch that week. I WANNA watch again. I am legend type thing. Were only one person or like a few type of people survived the virus and then out the fire. I S why they're bringing the bodies that's what they don't want to know. I don't know I'm just trying to survive myself. Thus what they don't want us to know and again. I feel that I see the only thing I miss about. The slig- normal life despite being able to go to a restaurant and get like appetizers and refills chronic roofing buck. Yeah my brother had thought the other day. I'll try for free delivery or something but that's all I care about like that's all I would ever do anyway. I'M NOT GONNA from the One. I'm not the biggest like going out person by dismiss going to rest. Yeah no I mean. Even now we go and ride bikes dogs. I'm trying to but that's the thing it's like you know. This sucks Shir for most people but it's it kind of also makes you like my boss and not an email last night and it was just like trying to take this negative time until like a pop and turn it into something positive. So she's like you know Maybe it's a good time to start doing things you weren't doing before you know like spend more time with your partner. Spend more time with your kids do activities? You wouldn't usually do spend some more time outside you know. Also I've been trying to do. Obviously you know spend time with you guys and become all in the back out for him right and all that vessel thing become one because even now it's been proven and this is this is how. Ptsd comes along there. In a heightened sense in a in a heightened state of fear at all times your cortisol levels go up and your accord is all lowers your immune system. Yes she was actually talking about. So that's the thing. So how much of all this? That's why they're appealing overlords is what they want because at the end of the day is as as long as everybody's in a constant state of fear because with the media's doing and like you said they're not they're not reporting the people who recovered right. They're not reporting any of that. They're just reporting all. There's a bunch of spreading lies like the one that. I told you you were talking about the year friend and the coast and the reserves. I've been seeing the whole false thing about asa send it to you or the reserve once the army or the Coast Guard is in place. They'RE GONNA shut everybody down in forty eight to seventy two hours and that's been around since like two weeks all the other day when they called you the like all. There's a helicopter that's GONNA fly over. Does your stepmom when did like stupid shit like that that gets people all Haywire and crazy and again it's like the elephant seals. They kept climbing and climbing climbing to where they couldn't get anywhere else and they just had a jump off the cliff. So that's what people are doing. The people are jumping off the cliff. And it's it's a fucking mess. Yeah it's a mess and I don't know where this is headed. I don't WanNa think about where this is how to because I don't care I don't care there. I said I don't care I am tired of talking about the stupid shit all the episodes that I've done about it at all. You have been doing all podcast. I tell the person right up front before we started recording dimension crossovers. I don't want to talk about it. 'cause Iowa obviously I have come out weeks twenty thirty weeks and how can I say they should does blow over and it was all fake? Whatever still be talking about crony Iras and fucking December right or next year. Yeah so it's like where? Where are we going with it again? It's going to be like a nine eleven. It's it's changed. It's changed the world and I was listening to Joe Rogan today where he's canceled. A bunch of this ship. Better be gone by August. I now I was thinking of Joe Rogan tickets and I WANNA go see Joe Rogan in Florida and I'm GonNa be pissed off. They can to that. But Joe Rogan was even talking about. He's like you know it's GonNa feel weird having to go back to doing shows with fourteen thousand fifteen thousand people altogether or whatever it is Leeann. Is You get used to a routine? Yeah even even at Disney like Disney's shut down till further. That's how you know Shit's hitting the fan when Disney shut the Yankees Dacia last minute for hurricanes like literally the hurricane has to be coming and stay open there would stay open hurricanes. They don't shut down for any. That's when Florida was like. Oh but what did I tell you I? So once Disney shuts down. Tell you know she's going to get back? Yeah and even like just like Joe Rogan said even when we can you know go to Disney again. It's going to be like you don't want to be next to people. Well here's the thing. So what I was telling you about in a heightened sense of fear and all that stuff when I go to the office by this is literally. I grab my keys. I hand sanitizer my my hand. Grab the keys. Don't touch the DOORKNOB. Eilly Hanson's has on my hands and I touch. I wrap it around the DOORKNOB and it's like every time I touched something. I hand sanitize every time. I touch. Something hands advertiser washing my hands. Like yeah it's a yet to think about every little thing you do all another saying always stays on your skin or stays on your shirt or stays in your hair so when you go home. Take your shoes off all cy get but ask nate. Get out the door. Because it's like you're in this like my dad's had all this. This is my stop this now. My listen man we keep thinking about getting sick just thinking about it because this is here to stay..

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"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Idea what he's stone was not talking yeah I know he's using us as fuel in his life your pods I mean in the last two years alone he's missed a hunt two hundred and eighty six games and that I mean and why you know if we play more if he's got some set of stones man not a money that he has gotten paid for the amount of games that he has lost two thousand seventeen he missed half the season two thousand and eighteen he missed three quarters of the season and two thousand and nineteen is essentially missed the whole season right gotten progressively worse I mean he he's upset at the media for crushing on but he's forgets that you know he's the one that fell in the whole running away from a bore it was so bad the Mets win took his entire salary responsibly Joris ought to remember this he was also the player that was on the injured list one he and he was out playing golf yep that's what I mean like so you know don't sit here and tell me that is one thing to be injured I get I get I get understand all that you know it's it's it's unfortunate you know self will Google break so little told his foot how do you do that in a hotel room probably I want him that into something or you know who might have been jammed into what you've been in a hotel room before some is your G. yeah I've been teller for Evan J. Mike told into something in a hotel I hope you don't get hurt this week when you go to Vegas meet soon to go cranking into a hotel room and all I could two AM in the morning coming back from whatever you're doing but I I just you know it happens those things happen but man the fact that you have a player of that got so much money in because the fan base demanded it and then as has messed three fourths maybe even four fifths of the games he should have played over the last three years right into the media's fault as the media's fault yeah and and you know on top of all of that I mean you know the steps that a whole running away from a wild boar or whatever the hell happened I mean it's bizarre that is like totally bizarre yeah it is and he'll surgery nobody has heel surgery hit them he had two heels he got the calcium sucked out of both heels that's what happened there and Troy Tulowitzki remember this time last year really well Tulowitzki with the Yankees we can really watch what it's like for a guy was surgery on his heels to try to make a comeback that work yeah he retired after eight days right now is it so you want assessments can make all the hype videos he wants of him working out and doing whatever and hit a couple home runs and batting practice I mean please means you really want people to just think he's gonna be great this year I mean I mean for a guy like him a guy Caron judge a guy like Stanton these guys got to stay healthy I mean my god I mean what can I tell you they're making the amount of money will not judge someone's but the amount of money that Stanton and says for this have been making in the fact that they're not playing its with it's kind it's career being asked and it's almost soon Kevin Durant as well as a although I saw a video Kevin Shinano amazing right look good yeah you know I don't know on that so you know running up and down the court for thirty minutes and kind of work yeah well chi reach out again in that video okay now don't get hurt I don't know I mean the re aggravated his shoulder off I mean the I. maybe it happened one of the last game before the break maybe when why and what I was gonna start a break was last time we played maybe high five the guy when he found out he was the new player wrapped for the a player's association he was the head of the place was even for a high five and shoulder impingement there it is out again and indefinitely so it's a lot of that the old indefinitely so how much are the nets paying cari Irving and the Kevin Durant out to play it's a lot of money it's definitely a lot of money yeah I mean I would say what is it says seventy something million dollars seventy five million dollars this year meanwhile he's quite twenty games this year yeah Joe sigh can't be happy about Cognos checks every they get checks bi weekly I would say every two weeks now that's interesting and I would think it would be direct deposit you know back in the day we had to go down and get our check and you know the bangles made it so hard to weave your way through the stadium to go get the check yet actually go physically grabbed the check in and go over the bank can imported ones that let's figure this out I got a notice now yeah so what it's Kevin Durant's make it how much money this year I think forty one million art so he's made it easy shouldn't around Alice I want to know what is bi weekly check it and so it's forty one year ago by using it pretty dorm size six all right let's get some money guaranteed it's also doesn't it doesn't happen all year round and so we have now using using now so it's really so the bi weekly during the season I now I kind of it right now I got to figure out how many weeks the season is which now struggling seven months seven I have planned for ever such sober through April right let's do seven months which is twenty eight weeks under that twenty eight weeks fourteen paycheck twenty thirty weeks fifteen paychecks just give me some those two fifty I'll give I'll give you exactly so there there's season started okay Wednesday October twenty third okay okay yeah and it goes all the way until Wednesday April fifteenth our goal was over twenty third to the fifteenth disabled this is April twenty third so is October twenty third October right November yep we're talking seven number seven my January February March sixth April so I was six months six months six months to Jack's per month two checks per month right six months so we're talking a trial paychecks you still got more cracker between god you want one no no no no no I know I about club obviously so so we're going forty one million divided by twelve yeah all right divided by twelve now all right so that but now we gotta take taxes out of that so that so take a good idea I would say you know between New York state tax and the federal tax rate how much is coming to so is that so that's the other fees and all this other tests three point four million per check it out think about fifty two percent out of it all right so we're talking about probably getting hit with city taxes to own so we get yes sorry it's taken home by one point seven million every two weeks does that sound this is pretty good that's not bad and the first time we saw him shoot a basketball was yesterday right well one point seven every day right and that's that's the that's the take home that's in the pocket so how much was that make him last year I mean it was in I was a thirty million right I don't think it was it wasn't forty one it was thirty nine same type of thing same type of thing cell but at least at least the nets knew the Kevin Durant wasn't playing this year as opposed to stand was supposed to have a big year and they never did right all right it is over in G. O. on the fan CBS sports network and radio dot com coming up next it was a long day many people involved a lot of help there.

"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on WTVN

"If you have a fixed rate mortgage and but you have to put a little buffer in there because let's say you stretch a little bit too far to get a house for the neighborhood you want and then they pass a let me think about a Burlington recently last couple years you know people that live there saw their taxes go up significantly so if you are already stretched too thin when you're really gonna be in trouble if property taxes go up or let's say we had when storms come through it news within the past year I had damage on my roof I had to go through the whole process but I learned that through that that since there was so much widespread damage that my premiums are going to kick up anyway whether or not I filed a claim so all these things can happen so you just gonna have to build in this incremental increase for the property taxes and the insurance just that one that way you don't figure you aren't caught off guard great point that goes back to our for financial planning your consideration and that's have a cash reserve in some extra money on hand just to plan for that but again from a cash flow standpoint just one last point on this don't look at rating payment it's not how you start the discussion on what type of mortgage haven't be really careful to go to websites and type in on their calculators on what you think you can have an even try one more point on that is even the mortgage brokers as a lot of great ones out there but there's there incentives to sell you a mortgage right so remember that when you're going to the process ask me ask yourself what's their incentive are they really looking out for my best interests or they're trying to make a sale move on so keep in mind too that the whole process because it's a complex thing and it's very emotional too and so you've got to take out some of those motions of you can along the way so speaking of emotions all of his more any more emotional than this but welcoming a child to the world right that's pretty big deal and again at it like I said earlier another something in the water but to come across as a lot lately with friends and family and people that we work with and is better it is writing it must be that Ellery so yes divorce rates are going down to and you know divorce rate goes down when the economy is worse so here it is picking up again I think people are having confidence in the same with babies and children I think these are good signs back to your foot goes down when the car was worse many people stick together because they can add on our own yeah exactly yep we have got a little easier to make it work when things are rough I guess that's probably true probably true sorry so so welcoming a child so there's a ton of pieces to that but let's say you're the stages where okay you just found out you're pregnant or maybe get you know twenty weeks thirty weeks and whatever it may be what are some factors to be looking at to prepare for that that major change my mind racing I just went through this year and half ago and yeah I learned so much about that process and myself in there so we're just sort of did the one thing that comes to mind that I just yeah you can plan you can build a spreadsheet you can put the dollars to everything but I did not account for the amount of time that I wouldn't have just to kind of deal right I mean how many times we go home and work in the evening right that ad time right it yeah and I love it I wouldn't you know trade that for anything but you do just realize that you have to make the most of your work time when you're working because it's gone yes there is quite a valuable commodity that time thing it really is I mean when you think about that with children involved too it's not going to slow down the idea that well I maybe I'll get a raise and I'll do some in the future well this will be a new expensive the future if you already strap yourself on the house and you don't have extra in that trial comes along now you're strapped you already were and how you're really strapped and if anything else happens you're really thrown off the path so what we're hearing here I think saying through this is we need to have that reserve not live to our maximum because when these life events happen then you can build form you complain around right so that that's a great time in this so you can you're in that phase where you're twenty thirty weeks along and get settled in the foundation for what your current expenses are so critical because and you can check to see the change after the fact and you know how to adapt to it so you can like you said that you can't plan all those factors out accordingly but I think one of the big things for people in this this will maybe be perhaps a in the fall of last year and your child will be born later this year and twenty twenty we'll be reviewing that those health insurance options right what type of plan is appropriate because so you're on an HSA plan a health savings account plan which has a typically a high deductible it's one of the requirements that's normally good for people who don't go to see the doctor a whole lot don't have a lot of expenses because the premiums lower but you may consider switching to another plan like a PPO plan where you have a higher premium every paycheck comes out a little higher but your deductibles are lower in some less out of pocket costs would be lower for major events like having a kid right is the whole the whole delivery process and everything that comes along with that right another angle to that we've seen more and more recently and even with the latest government bill to pass a minute was acted in there the family leave act the idea of your employer or perhaps you are that young person you don't have a dedicated employer yet when you're shopping around that may be something of value like you said tad if family time dad time is something that we know is valuable to us perhaps when you are looking at him players there's a give and take and when they're given take comes in I've seen someone recently they had their child with sixteen weeks of parental leave paid parental leave you think about that for months off with the child paid not worrying about work not having to juggle multiple things what is the value of that versus someone who maybe doesn't have that makes a little bit more or something like that you need to think about things yourself make decisions proactively because if you find an employer that does that or maybe they have a day care plan or something like that you know what's important in your life you can start to build around that make things a little easier perhaps absolutely I I recently saw was it was six months paid full pay yeah not a percentage of your pay hundred percent paid six months pretty incredible because I've also seem to some of my friends have gone to work the next day I'm a guy after having a baby so just it was widespread wow yeah yeah there's there's gonna be some changes are thing to like you said this new bill that passed and some other companies that may just third their policies around that but you mentioned I think you did they care he said the some of them have daycare on site there yes some of them will pay for daycare there's a lot of options here and some of he said newer employers to or even putting in school sometimes to be able to do the schooling so that it's easier for parents to do the drop off maintain things you think about it if you're big corporation you've got tens of thousands of employees in one spot economies of scale network Ohio health does that here in the end of your local employers and up of a daycare tad when I said that he your face yeah it's a it's a big one yeah yeah daycare yes so much more involved than just like the the cost of it but you haven't get there by certain time having to pick up at a certain time each really just lose your flexibility I don't wanna say freedom because that sounds bad but you lose your flexibility and sleep for eighteen years the cabbie out but but yeah I mean that's real like in the mornings have always been a morning person and morning person with a routine that routine has just been demolished so completely life change there but that that has effects throughout the day so this is things that you can't put a number on but you just have to be aware of I mean the best way to go about this is talk to people I talk to your friends talk your family who have been through this get a feel for how they've been impacted and is trying to think about these things before you're you know about ready to go back to work and and have to deal with them and part of doing that and I use we've seen at that first child I think it's some everyone talks about you go all out you get everything you get the best food you get the best diapers you get everything by the second one you may be a realize they're not going to bump her head that easier maybe they don't need the soft to supply in the world and you're saving a little bit of money there but the idea right away is if you're borrowing to do those things and get that good organic food or there's a linen sheets or whatever be conscious of that because that money will come back and there's a cost to borrowing should be conscious it's not all about buying the premium things I'm laughing Tony because as you guys know I'm expecting a little baby boy here in March and be my second child and the changes I have a ten year old daughter so the changes just in ten years and things like that their diapers not have centers on it'll tell you when the kid these changed there is still a member the blue lines and change colors like that was pretty good and many others right now there's a sense of it'll say all of you were in your phone changer kid does get a little crazy but we'll continue with our discussion about different life stages and we get back we'll shift into that retirement discussion and talk about all the planning aspects that are associated with that you're listening.

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"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Obviously not talking about holy water. I'm not talking about. There's some probably your year government, people would know exactly what I'm talking about know what you're on. I I've heard the phrase, it's in our, you know, popular culture here we know what work. Yes, nothing much changes either I figure I will call you up because no one is going to believe me, anyways, and father when you do this. When this wet work is. I don't even know how to ask this, so I'm not going to I I'll just get in trouble. You know, let's leave it here and see what people have to say about. What you just said, and I will fill in one more clue for you. One more Alzheimer's. You'll find out exactly nine years eight months in two days at Alzheimer's is caused by enzymes and meet stemming from mad cow disease. You will not have to go vegetarian you will just have to properly condition the meat differently. Well, that's, that's good news. Thank you. So that was he said he was a priest on assignment from the Vatican in our present time. To it went slightly on said about. I mean obviously do a little wet work here without a Christ. Oh, smokes. Wildcard line. You're on the air. Hello. Pleasure to speak with you today, and you as well, sir. I'd like to talk to you about time travel a why not. Well, I am a. I am currently on on a on a trip. I'm back from the year. Twenty thirty twenty thirty. I was born in this year year, two thousand one and I'm come back to you came back to the year of your birth to observe my years younger years, that I can't remember. That is cool idea. So you're, you're actually back here seeing yourself, as nothing much more than a little ring. Wrinkled up shrub of being. Actually work quite like that. We have what we've under back up in the year twenty thirty week come to find out that I threes in, you can't go back and you've heard of the grandfather paradigm have. Yeah, I have indeed. Yes. You don't exist. It doesn't work that way. Because you have what's called an aura affect its genetic, nor is a, an energy field, surround our body, all of us. Yes. And so if you go back in history to kill your grandfather your, your allied in the person that is displaced get put back into his present time. Are you can't bounce back? So almost bounced back. Yeah. The back. Okay. And I'm actually about two hundred miles from my, my my, my boyhood. Person, which hasn't been born yet. I'm here actually earn. You've really got to keep your distance then I do. I figure I'm about as close as I can get without being zapped back. Gotcha. What, what would what are you here? I mean to observe from two hundred miles. What are you going to see? I'm actually here. I'm in the year two thirty I'm an Astro historian, I suppose you could send yourself pacify or something. But I mean other than that. Well, I'm a I'm actually here to observe the next few years 'cause the year, twenty twenty three two thousand three is actually a big year for this world. What, what is going to happen? A lot of things happen. First off, you talk a lot about the.

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"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on WTVN

"Obviously not talking about holy water. Probably. Oh, I know what you're I've heard the phrase, it's in our, you know, popular culture here we know what work. Nothing much changes either I figure I will call you up because no one is going to believe and father, when you do this, when this wet work is. I don't even know how to ask this, so I'm not going to I I'll just get in trouble. I you know, let's leave it here and see what people have to say about. Don't you just said? One more. One more Alzheimer's. You'll find out exactly nine years eight months in two days at Alzheimer's is caused by enzymes and meet stemming from mad cow disease. Vegetarian you will just have to properly condition the meat differently. Well, that's, that's good news. Thank you. So that was he said he was a priest on assignment from the Vatican in our present time. To it went slightly on said about. I mean obviously do a little wet work here with anti Christ. Smokes. Wildcard line. You're on the air. Hello. And you as well, sir. I like to talk to you about time travel a why not. I am currently on on, on a trip. I'm back from the year. Twenty thirty twenty thirty. I was born in this year, two thousand one and I'm come back to you came back to the year of your birth years younger years, that I can't remember. That is a coal idea. So you're, you're actually back here seeing yourself, as nothing much more than a little ring. Wrinkled up shrub of being. Work quite like that. We have what we've under back up in the year twenty thirty week come to find out that threes in line. You can't go back and you've heard of the grandfather paradigm, have you have indeed. Yes. Well, right. Doesn't work that way. Because you have what's called an aura affect its genetic or is a, an energy field surrounded. Our body all of us. Yes. And so if you go back in history to kill your grandfather your, your allied in the person that is displaced get put back into his present time. You can't bounced back so almost bounce back. Okay. I'm actually about two hundred miles from my, my my, my boyhood. Person, which hasn't been born yet. I'm here actually earn. You've really got to keep your distance then. I figure I'm about close as I can get without being zapped back. Gotcha. What, what, what, what are you here? I mean to observe from two hundred miles. What are you going to see? Well, I'm actually I'm in the year two thirty I'm an Astro historian, I suppose you could send yourself a pacify or something. But I mean other than that. I'm I'm actually here to observe the next two years. Because the year twenty twenty three two thousand three is actually a big year for this world. What, what is going to happen? First off. You talk a lot about the.

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"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The Vatican has not ordered you to. Liquidate the anti Christ. Well, I have had instructions from pope pious sixteenth on, then I will not refer to that now, but I can read between those lines. We also have this is the third expedition. We've also found that we are able to maybe change things that we need to, if we have to get into what's called wet work, but a wet work. Obviously not talking about holy water. I'm not talking about there's some probably your year government, people would know exactly what I'm talking about. I know what you're I, I've heard the phrase, it's in our, you know, popular culture here we know what work. Let's see nothing much changes either I figure I will call you up because no one is going to believe me, anyways, and father, when you do this, when this wet work is. I don't even know how to ask this. Okay. So I'm not going to I I'll just get in trouble. You know, let's leave it here and see what people have to say about. What you just said, and I will fill in one more clue for you. One more Alzheimer's. You'll find out exactly nine years eight months and two days at Alzheimer's is caused by enzymes and meet stemming from mad-cow disease. You will not have to go vegetarian. You will just have to properly condition the meat differently. Well, that's, that's good news. Thank you. So that was he said he was a priest on assignment from the Vatican in our present time. To it went slightly on said, but I mean obviously do a little wet work here with anti Christ. Holy smokes. Wildcard line. You're on the air. Hello. And you as well, sir. I like to talk to you about time travel a why not. Well. I am currently on on a on a trip. I'm back from the year. Twenty thirty twenty thirty. I was born in this year, two thousand one and I'm come back to you came back to the year of your birth to observe my years younger years, that I can't remember. That is a cool idea. So you're, you're actually back here seeing yourself, as nothing much more than a little ring. Wrinkled up shrub of being. Work quite like that. We have what we've under back up in the year twenty thirty week come to find out that I threes in, you can't go back. And you've heard of the grandfather paradigm, have you. I have indeed. Yes. Well, right. Doesn't work that way. Because you have what's called an or affect its genetic, nor is a, an energy field, that surrounds our body all of us. Yes. And so if you go back in history to kill your grandfather, your, your as allied in the person that is displaced. Put back into his present time. You can't bounce back so almost bounce back. Okay. And I'm actually about two hundred miles from my, my, my, my boy who had. Person, which hasn't been born yet. I'm here actually earn. You've really got to keep your distance then. I do. I figure I'm about close as I can get without being zapped back. Gotcha. What, what, what, what are you here? I mean to observe from two hundred miles. What are you going to see? Well, I'm actually I'm a in the year two thirty I'm an Astro historian, I suppose you could send yourself a pacify or something. But I mean other than that. I'm a I'm actually here to observe the next few years. Because the year twenty twenty three two thousand three is actually a big year for this world. What, what is going to happen? Things happen. First off, you talk a lot about the.

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"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"And I wish I was I was never part of the hang. I was kind of looked at a guy that came up pretty quick without paying many Jews though. I paid a lot of dues. But I came on the scene quick. Because what I'm trying to say is Vegas was really became my home club. Well, that's the thing is because I never met you. And I know everybody, I know real sort of like sure bearing on on your life. But because it seems to me that not everybody started with you. There was a grail in the grail. Was you know, a television show? It was it was it was Hollywood Centric. But the thing is is that you're of a different generation mentally in a way in that. Like, you know, why gotta work, and you know, if I can get twenty thirty weeks Vegas, then I'm in tolerated. So you're I wasn't on like. Where's the show built around me? You know, where you know? How do I more Carson's? This was my club. I'm working. I'm working. I'm you know, I'm working in. But I could see how that generation comics would be like, well that guy just does Vegas. We're here trying to sass in and it seems likely right? And then I went out and did to the clubs to where I took a few hits and had to learn that that tactic. Yeah. You know? But like, Indianapolis the comedy connection that was huge room for what was the jacomb, Patty, Patty. Yeah. I did huge stuff their character. He was amazing. He's still alive and hitting eighty I cut my teeth there, you know, India, Geno, Bob, and Tom who were the radio, I know, Bob, and Tom it's just Bob. Now, he just Bob now. I went on for some reason I did well on morning radio. And I think it's because I was so hung over back in those days from the night before not proud of it. But it it got me there, whatever, Bob. Tom type morning show when you're with a tight crew like on a morning show. It's great..

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"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I make decisions like life changing decisions like something maybe knew that. I wanna do meditating whatever. Right. It's like I always start off and give myself like an amount that I know I'll thrive with as opposed to like can I get this done. So you start with very little right? You know, and you always wanna feel like your head. I can do this on my worst day and fish with most people as they go from being that three hundred pound due to like, you know, I'm going to do all these things and like live like Jay Cutler, right? Good. Luck can be two weeks for you. And in your comparison. There would be like, you're you're you're thinking about meditating like I'm going to be a Shaolin monk tomorrow. Yeah. Yeah. So you no one is first of all why don't you just try to like be without your phone for thirty seconds. You know, just just just chill and try to you know, whatever your version of meditation is a different people kind of have their different some people like to listen to music and people say that, you know, music and people say close your eyes and people say, it doesn't matter but fi find a version that you think is good and try to do two minutes. If you do one week one day a week. What is that way more than you were doing anyways? Right. Oh, you know, what's next for me? I want to do the dopamine fast. I don't know if you've heard about that now. So you know, we get like will pick up the phone. We'll dopamine hit their drink dopamine right lifting weights, like we're gonna get dopamine faster or we're going to fast we're gonna pass we're gonna fast when you get away from for one day, basically one day. No, nothing. No, nothing know talking to anyone you just lock yourself up somewhere. Also used to do it for a day for a day for a day. And all you have jerk off. No. I mean, I a lot of dopamine. Yeah. Just union notebook. Just union notebook alone for one day. And that's something that some point. I'm scared to do that one man because then when freaks me out. It's like I can't it's crazy because it's it's it's only it's only one day. But man one day will seem really really long. I, you know, I've done thinking about the different things that you've done like, you know, you try to devote like a period of time to, you know, an eight week bodybuilding forever to you know, twelve or sometimes natural guys. Sometimes we'll do twenty thirty weeks. Right. You really diet for a long time. When you start to think about like dedicating a time slot something, even even if it's just like meeting up with somebody somebody's like, hey, man. You got some time on Tuesday to meet up at ten o'clock. You're like like stresses you the hell out, you know. So to try to pin yourself down for one day and say like, I'm not gonna you know have my phone. I'm just gonna like kind of chill. Well, I mean, what other things would you have to avoid to like would you just not eat that day you'd fast, I think you fast. I think that's. Part of the I think it's just water just watering a notebook Tena Tena cave. cave somewhere. Damn. I'd be with though, I'm scared shitless to do it. But where Where'd you hear that from you know, you go down the rabbit hole? Oh, no, no, you you you start with midget strippers. And then you end up way over here. Yeah. So that's how does it always start out with. That's weird. That's the center of the rambling squat leverages. I'd imagine if you did this dopamine Fassi prior realized how much time you actually had like to kind kinda devote to yourself..

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"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I make decisions like life changing decisions like something maybe knew that. I wanna do meditating whatever. Right. It's like I always start off. And I give myself like an amount that I know I'll thrive with as opposed to like can I get this done. So you start with very little right? You know, and you always wanna feel like your head. I can do this on my worst day and fish with most people as they go from being that three hundred pound due to like, you know, I'm going to do all these things and like live like Jay Cutler, right? Good. Luck can be two weeks for you. And in your comparison. There would be like, you're you're you're thinking about meditating like I'm gonna be Shaolin monk tomorrow. Yeah. Yeah. So no one is first of all why don't you just try to like be without your phone for thirty seconds. You know, just just chill and try to you know, whatever your version of meditation is a different people kind of have their different some people like to listen to music and people say that, you know, music and people say close your eyes when people say, it doesn't matter but fi find a version that you think is good and try to do two minutes. If you do one week one day a week. What is that the way more than you were doing anyways? Right. Oh, you know, what's next for me? I want to do the dopamine fast. I don't know if you've heard about that now. So you know, we get like will pick up the phone. We'll dopamine hit their drink dopamine right lifting weights, like we're gonna get dopamine faster or we're going to fast, we're gonna fast we're gonna fast when you get away from for one day, basically one day. No, nothing. No, nothing. No talking to anyone. You just lock yourself up somewhere. Also used to do it for a day for a day for a day. And all you have jerk off. No. I mean, I a lot of dopamine. Yeah. Just union notebook. Just union notebook alone for one day. And that's something that some point. I'm scared to do that one man because then when freaks me out. It's like I can't it's crazy because it's it's it's only it's only one day. But man one day will seem really really long. I, you know, I've done thinking about the different things that you've done like, you know, you try to devote like a period of time to, you know, an eight week bodybuilding forever to you know, twelve or sometimes natural guys. Sometimes we'll do twenty thirty weeks. Right. You really diet for a long time. When you start to think about like dedicating a time slot something, even even if it's just like meeting up with somebody somebody's like, hey, man. You got some time on Tuesday to meet up at ten o'clock. You're like like stresses you the hell out, you know. So to try to pin yourself down for one day and say like, I'm not gonna you know have my phone. I'm just gonna like kind of chill. Well, I mean, what other things would you have to avoid to like would you just not eat that day you'd fast, I think you fast. I think that's. Part of the I think it's just water just watering a notebook Tena cave somewhere. Damn. I'd be with it though. I'm scared shitless to do it. But where did you hear that? From you go down the rabbit hole. Oh, no. No, you you you start with midget strippers. And then you end up way over here. Yeah. So that's how does it always start out with. That's weird. That's the center of the squat leverage is. I'd imagine if you did this dopamine Fassi prior realized how much time you actually had like to kinda devote to yourself..

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"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thirty weeks" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"But you didn't do that too late or Where'd you end up going to college and stuff and UNLV university in about Las Vegas, you just want. But you you didn't live there. But I mean, like your family was here. He'd never lived in Vegas you father. Well, he didn't live in Las Vegas. But in those days, he was working twenty thirty weeks a year at this hotel. And I forgot what year was but he had wanted to. He didn't want to stay in a hotel anymore. You said to the hotel can you get me a house to live in a rent me, a house to house on the Sahara country club on the seventh? Green. Yeah. And my mom who's interior designer redecorated. They expanded it and attitude, and then he had he had them. Build him a closet that he could lock nobody could get into his leaves stuff because he works so many weeks a year. Right. And then he didn't have to pack of all the things when I hear people talk about idiosyncrasies, and I I couldn't perform, and I couldn't talk, and I got my dad hated to pack. Couldn't stand it. Yeah. For him, packing and go into the closet, grab a handful of whatever put it in jingle gun. And like was he Mike as as a dad was attentive and supportive? Unbelievable. Father strict disciplinarian, really, but great dad, and as I got older once I got to where I wasn't afraid to death of him because he had a temper he did he didn't exercise it on me. But I saw his temper, but he was best friend. Yeah. The end of his life. I talked to him every day two or three times a day. And he wouldn't he wouldn't just call the phone rings. I go guy goes into shopping walking. Just start right in a tire. I didn't with. But he did have a bit of a temper if you invoked it. Yeah. They went to a party one time and some guy came up to stuck his finger in his drink. Just as a joke. My dad shit. Why would you do that? I wanted to see your reaction on the psychiatrist I wanted to she. My dad shit will. Don't do it again. You'll see it and he took his drink. You put it down. He got a fresh one. Yeah. New guy came over. And did it again. My dad hit him a shot, and it was on the ground floor. You have here in the studio and not out the window. He not and the end having to settle the lawsuit for you know, whatever fifteen twenty thousand dollars. But that's what he did. But the guy provoked provoked, so he's kind of scrapper he's tough guy when he was a kid. Yeah. Why Where're you grow up? Brooklyn Brooklyn, like if parents from the old country. I don't actually I remember him saying, I don't know if it was his father or his grandfather was from Poland. Yeah. Right galicia. And my father's father was an upholsterer is, you know, him when I was little I don't remember him at all. Yeah. So he grew up in Brooklyn working class Jewish. Yeah. Yeah. And so, of course, I mean, I I watched a segment him on Carson talking about real the real name the tanker. Yeah. The Butch hacker. Well, it was Leonard hacker, and they used to call them Boetsche which on how became Butch which somehow matriculated into buddy. Yeah. So you go to college in Vegas. Your dad lives there half the year. And do you live at that house? No you in the dorms, or whatever I bought a condo. When I was sixteen years old and rented it out. My dad cosign for it and saying we're real estate magnet. I show can shed. I bought a condo at twenty thousand five hundred dollars and my mother decorated for just under two. One hundred thousand. That was your I might have been one of my first jokes. Mom, I can't afford this..

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