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"wasser" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

06:36 min | 5 months ago

"wasser" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"You, your cousins, your neighbors? Who really cares? And is their happiness, more important than your own? So what you tease all these things out and you realize what's important, you can even journal about it, then I think you can make healthier decisions coming from what's good for you. And what you deserve rather than worrying about what everyone else thinks around you. Let's hear a quick word for sponsors, but stick around, I'm talking all about how to dive into dating after getting divorced. This is from Alex 44 in Texas. Hey doctor Emily, I'm curious if you could speak about the relationship between physical attraction and the emotion of love. I was married for 12 years before my wife and I divorced in 2018. In my daily experiences since it's the more attractive women who seem to generate more emotions with me, despite the less attractive women, possessing far more attributes that I'm looking for and are obviously a better fit for me. This isn't making my dating life any easier and it's really starting to tie my mind and not. Also, as I'm open to accepting love and giving love, is it fair to compare the emotion I feel now at 44 to the emotions I felt as a young inexperienced 21 year old where I could be swept off my feet and not touch the ground again for a year. In fact, I haven't had what people call a honeymoon period in any of my post divorce relationships. These relationships have felt very mature and level headed, but I can't help wondering if maybe this is a bad thing. Should all good relationship experience the honeymoon phase? I wasn't afraid of being single again after my divorce. I just wasn't expecting such emotional confusion when everything seemed so clear and easy to translate when I was younger. It seems like I now question everything and oddly in my fourth decade of life, I'm questioning how love works. Hugs to you and your team from Texas. Thank you, Alex. I love this email question. I think so many of us can relate. Once we've experienced deep love, marriage, a long-term relationship, once we get older, you have decades of dating now under your belt. We're less likely to experience the innocence. And the naivete that we felt in our 20s. It was our first time being in love, feeling that our heart could never expand as much as it did, and that deep attraction we feel to somebody, and we don't have as many concerns about kids or getting older or all the things. It's just a much more free time. And it doesn't repeat again. It doesn't. But the good news about being in your 40s is that you have experience, you have more depth and you know what you want. So, at least you know better what you want, I hope. So to answer your question about the honeymoon phase, it does look a little bit different in your 40s. I still think you should be feeling super attracted to people and excited and that feeling that you know you want to see this person a lot and you're really enjoying the sex you're having and you're enjoying the connection and every time you're with them, you're feeling this excitement to learn more and more about them. So that how do you move phase does exist? It just might feel a little bit different right now. When you're saying that these attractive women are generating more emotions. To find the emotions, is it emotions like I think this is my person forever, or is it more of a physical attraction? Only you know the difference between that. I love that you're open to accepting love and giving love. But I think comparing it to what you felt at 21 is not realistic. Nothing's gonna feel the same as it did at 21, in your 40s. And I think that's a good thing. Because now you understand more about what you want, you are married. You did the work in a relationship for 12 years. And the fact that you're saying that these relationships have feel more mature and level headed, as long as you are attracted to the people and it feels beyond friendship, then I think it's okay. I think this is where you get to discuss what are your shared values. What's important to you? How do you want to live your life? How do you like to spend your free time? How important are kids to you? How important is marriage living together? Talk about money and how you guys do with debt. Do you have debt? How about when you're someone's parents get sick? Do you want them to come live with you? I think that these are the kind of things that we don't really think about in our 20s, which is why we love so openly and honoring the fact that you're a 44 year old man who seems like you've done some work and you have some thoughts around this. It's okay to be questioning it. Love isn't lust and it sounds like maybe you're having some lust for these younger women, but you're also thinking to yourself, I think I want something with a little more depth and somebody you can kind of meet me where I'm at. There have been so you should show that an 8 year age difference is about the maximum age range that really works in relationships. Now I know you have stories about 20 year age gaps and been working for a lot of people. That's great. Maybe it does. But for the majority of people, a science says it's about an 8 year age difference or fewer years than that that really make for healthy, sustainable relationships. So best of luck to you, Alex, keep me posted. Next, we're going to talk to jazz and his girlfriend, Virginia, hi you two, tell me everything. Okay, so we've been dating for just over 14 months. And at the time that we started, which was June of last year, I was 7 months out of an amateur divorce. I was married for 17 years. And she was in her prior relationship marriage plus relationship for 17 years. So we both but at the time we met, she was four years out of her divorce. So it was well a long pass for her. And so for me, I just been tentative about when I'm going to let my son and my ex know that my ex knows I'm in the dating world. But as I'm now, she doesn't know that it met someone that did it this long. And we have an amical relationship with my ex and part of me feels like I don't know how she will take it that I met someone else so soon. And my son who's 16, he's kind of sensitive and like the last time I saw him, he was still kind of hard for him to even talk about the divorce. I mean, obviously he's been living with it for over a year. Part of me is like, when's a good.

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"wasser" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

04:02 min | 5 months ago

"wasser" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"And it seems so crazy to people, but how much better is it to get your needs met and then you still can come home with your partner and also if you think about it, a lot of this comes from the forbiddenness of it. So if what it is, Esther perel did whole thing on like when you're lying to your partner, there's something about it that feels good to you or whatever. I said to my boyfriend very early on because it's true. I don't care at all if you're going to strip clubs. It doesn't offend me or bother me. And I also don't care if you go and get a happy ending at any point. And he goes, you totally ruined it for me. I never want to do those things. And I was like, I'm sorry. But again, if that's what it is, then that's a part of it too. Yeah, it's exactly. I had a friend of mine who was getting married like I was like ten years ago. And he said to me, I'm freaking out because I know myself and I know I might be able to someday I'm just might want to do something I said, well, just tell her that you need a hall pass that tell her say to her, you know? I'm not saying right now, but at some point, maybe I'll be out of town or something's gonna happen. And she said, yes, she gave the hall pass and he was like so much. He was able to get married. I don't know what you haven't checked in with him lately, but it was like something of this story. I need to know what happened. Here's the thing I should call him. Yeah. I should ask him. Thinking about it. But I think he has, you know, I think I did run to a few years ago and he's like, it just been and I did. He was visiting San Francisco. Whatever happened because I used to live there and he said, yeah, I think he's done it when he's traveling. He's in Vegas, but she's cool. It was an arrangement, which kind of the opposite of what you're saying. You took it away from me. But there's both sides of it. Absolutely. Though. I have had a lot of clients come to me and one or the other is cheating. Outside of the marriage and as soon as it's disclosed and the dissolution starts, they come back. They go this wasn't fun anymore for me. I don't want to be with her, I want to be with you. And then what happens though, can they get back together? Sometimes they can sometimes they can't. Sometimes the person who cheated on party is like, I just can't ever be with you again after that. And sometimes they're like, okay, good. It just depends. So you are the celebrity divorce attorney. Let's talk about celebrity divorces. You're seeing it being a little more amicable. We're definitely seeing a trend with celebrities. Whether it's true or not, putting on a great face and showing the rest of the world, starting with their children and working all the way out that they are still going to be Friends that they're still going to co parent they can sometimes vacation together. They're not going to have a big war in court together. You're not going to read about this in the newspaper except that, hey, we really still love each other and we're family, but what that does for our culture is it trickles down. We all want to be like the celebrities. So we're going to consciously a couple and we're going to, I think it was gently separate was another one of them. And I think that's great for everybody. That's directly in line with what it is that I'm trying to do, which is be nicer to each other. Be kind. Your culprit is true because I still hear these stories nowadays, even from friends, or people calling the show. They're like, one of the parents is trashing the other parent. The kids, and they just could have devastating impact on the kids. My parents didn't do that. That was rare. Yeah, it was rare at the time. So now it's good to see that that's the celebrity divorce. Actually, pretend you're that celebrity and fake it till you make it. And eventually that you will start being like that. Yeah, because at one point you loved each other and you have a family. So don't make it hell. And I 5 questions for you that we ask all of our guests. Okay, quick questions. Okay, what is your biggest turn on? Kindness, biggest turn off. Cheapness. How would you describe your relationship you're in a relationship? Three words. Lots of laughs. Laughs, laughs. I love it. One thing you would tell your younger self about sex. Keep it up. Go and keep doing it. Number one relationship tip. Communicate, even if it's not comfortable, communicate. All right. Thank you, Laura. We can find you at, we'll put this out at the top of the show too. But it's over easy dot com. Laura was her official is insta. And the firm that I work with is wasser cooperman mandel's family law and centricity. And yeah, tough easy. Okay, this will be in the show notes. Thank you so much for being here. Thanks. Thanks for having me. After the break, I'm answering another Emily's email about what it means if you keep dating.

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"wasser" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

04:36 min | 5 months ago

"wasser" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"Sex is fine, that wasn't the problem, but our communication with regard to other things is the problem. And I've had people that I can't get a finite data separation, which is a big deal in California because that's when you actually stop the clock running when you stop having to split proceeds from projects when you stop having to have a clock on spousal support because they keep sleeping together. And that's one of the indicators of whether or not a person has complete irreconcilable irremediable break in the marriage. But they're still having sex all the time. Have you seen couples like what we're actually gonna get back together? We're calling this off. I see people get back together. I see people get back together because that chemistry is so amazing. I see people work out other things. Okay, we're not going to get back together, but we really still like dating, or we like hooking up with each other or whatever. It's rare, but it does happen. Going back to social media for a second, do you think that people are like using it as evidence? Do you have any advice for people? What they shouldn't be doing or what they should be doing. Okay, so we usually at the beginning of every case we send out a letter saying you must not erase or delete any of your drives or whatever else, because a lot of that. And again, California is a no fault state. So it's not about the cheating. It's about moving the money. We need to see the footprint of where the money went. Usually, we'd have people coming in with forensic accounts and huge boxes of documents. Now it's all online, but people will try to delete stuff or get rid of stuff. And I also think that people gain divorce don't realize what it is that's important and not important. I'm going to have so many people say, I need a good private investigator. And I'm like, why? I need to see if he's cheating. Why? I mean, if you need to see for your own self fine, but for me, I don't need to see it because California is a no fault state, so it makes no difference. But yeah, I think a lot of people are really not very savvy when it comes to what they're doing, or if you're having a big dispute about child support. Oh, he really should be paying me more child support. And I know that he's able to. Well, how do you know that? Well, I'm on his Instagram page. He's driving a new car. He's in Cabo with his new blond girlfriend. Right. Now I'm on her Instagram page and she just bought new boobs. She doesn't have any money. So it must succumb. So he can't be a child's for because he's doing this. Right. So then what do you do with that? But then you can use that for everything. And you can say. It's evident that you are not the boobs and who's back, but right, though that makes so much that I would think that that would be so much more incriminating evidence that you would not have seen in the past. You let people into your life when you make it public. And so therefore, you're open to that kind of examination. That is, that makes so much sense. Okay, so I always say what I believe to be true is that the three main causes of divorce are typically of arguments in a relationship are sex and kids and money. I think that makes sense. I think I actually read an article the other day that had 6 of them, but those were three. Okay. So you see that is there anything that you see like I know that you're not the therapist, but in sitting in there, that maybe this could have been resolved had they, I guess it's all about fucking therapy. Having therapy early on or communicating good communication and I always say this to couples like you should be doing therapy when you're getting along when things are good because that will help you get in a rhythm and establish. It's like going to the gym. You want to start going to the gym when you're healthy. Then if something happens, you get an injury, whatever. You know how to get back in there and get back into shape. It's the same with this. You learn those tools in therapy to communicate. And for sure with the sex and the money. One of the reasons people have issues with those items is that they don't know how to talk about them. Now, I will tell you this. People are more likely to talk about sex than they are about money, particularly women. They will talk about sex. I do not want to talk about money, which I find so strange. You need to talk about these things. This is your spouse. Right. Why do you think it is money? Again, it's because of that hypothetical wife. She was the princess. And so she was in the castle and she never had to worry about anything and her prince would go out and shoot the deer and bring home the food and whatever it was. Come on. That is just not a good way to be. You need to know. You can be a princess and still know what bank accounts are. I have people that come in all the time. Sophisticated, gorgeous women. They have their personal shoppers didn't even mark as they could have a reservation at any restaurant in town. They go to the shows in Paris, and I say, okay, so how much does your spouse make every no idea? How much the mortgage obligation of any on your home? No idea. I'm so embarrassed. I don't know any of this. Don't be embarrassed. It must be nice. It's just it has to be really scary right now. Yeah. How do we have them just pull off the shield? I know you're afraid about walking into this money conversation, but it has to happen. It would save us so much. It also, I feel would keep people more.

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"wasser" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

06:36 min | 5 months ago

"wasser" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"Talk about your own journey a bit how you got into why family law and my dad is a family law attorney. So I even though I thought I would never follow in his footsteps. In fact, I didn't even think I'd be a lawyer, which is kind of a joke because my parents named me Laura Allison was or my initials or law. I fought it so hard until basically I was graduating from college at Cal. And I was like, well, what else am I going to do? Because I'm certainly not going to go to medical school because I didn't have those kind of grades. So I was a rhetoric major in college. I went to law school. I still never thought I would be doing matrimonial law. And I got married, the summer before my final year of law school. I had a big wedding in 1993, gorgeous, whatever. But I was 25. And so was he, and we were clearly too young to be married. So about a year after, while I was waiting for my bar results, I said, okay, this is probably not working. And he's like, yeah, you're probably right. But even as a first year associate filling out those forms by myself, and I'd been to law school in English is my first language. I was like, wow, this is really difficult. Why does it have to be so difficult? And that's why people get lawyers because it's totally emotional time. It's so scary. And then you've got all these forms and you don't understand them. You're sure you're going to be doing them wrong. And this is the next chapter and you have to make sure financially are covered and your kids are covered. So it's super scary. Anyway, I did that. And in doing that, I did it at my dad's firm. I said, can I work here for a while? It's like back on my feet and I never left. Because it's a really interesting field of law. Like you said, you get to know all kinds of people. You touch their lives. You get in there for like 6 to 12 months. And then you're done. And so all of these people who told you everything. Everything. They have to. Everything about sexual proclivities cheating, dreams, every financial issue that they have that they would never share with anyone, hey, at least a Porsche, but I really can't afford it. Every month I'm scraping, you make the payments, or whatever it is. I know. And then poof, after it's done, they're done. I'll run into an a restaurant and we're kind of like, hey. 25 you got a divorce. Now one of my things, and I've been saying this for years, I don't think anyone should get married before they're 30. Right. I think we barely even know ourselves. Right. And even then, I know a lot of people who still don't, and they're in their late 30s, 40s. 50 days. Exactly. They should have gotten married under age 30. I don't know that we could regulate that. I would sure love to see. People have more counseling beforehand. If you're going to cast your lot with somebody, you need to know yourself, maybe a little bit better, but most importantly, you need to know the laws in your state. Some people get married. They don't even realize that in a state of California, that means half of everything you make is going to be hers or his. People don't know that. Right, exactly. So we're like, we're all the early start the dopamine, the love hormones. We don't care about anything. It's all going to work out 'cause I'm madly in love. But have you found when people are sitting in your office? Do you feel like there's certain types or like, yes. Do you feel when they walk in and you're like, I've got this. And what are some common archetypes would you say? Well, it's interesting. I feel like most of my actor clients take direction very well. You have to really walk them through it. There's a lot of times that all write an email for them, that they can then make a little bit more of their own and send. But they definitely want a little bit more direction. I definitely think that my artists like my musicians are way more emotional about things. I'll really have to explain things three or four times. And these are broad generalizations. But those guys are the ones that are a little more emotional and I have to kind of handhold a little bit more for them. And it's interesting. Male female, I don't necessarily see as many trends, but I definitely see trends in the breadwinners. The breadwinners, whether they're male or female, really want to make a deal. Because they know that they're paying for everybody. The supported spouse is generally the one that feels like he or she doesn't have much to lose. And we have to explain to them, yeah, you do, because you are spending money that would otherwise be going to you or your kids, on lawyers, fighting over things that you may not care about. It's not just an bottomless pit. So let's have a finite number here and then come to it. What are just some of the common issues you see? I know it's a really broad question, but for example, I remember hearing a few years ago that in 8 out of ten divorce cases right now, Facebook came up in the transcript. There's a lot of social media. I mean, there's a lot of social media and there's a lot of online stuff. I mean, people will find their spouses having full on online relationships. They've never even met the person, but whatever it is that they are not getting from their marriage, they're kind of putting into the computer to this person out there. People do online dating, even when they're married. So that's a lot. But again, as you probably would agree, that's not the underlying problem. Back up to what are they missing in their marriage that causes them to whether it be online or just going to a bar and meeting somebody and hooking up, where's the disconnect there? And that's age old. And so people probably don't do enough work to figure out how to communicate. And instead of resenting and shoving stuff down, actually talking about it, working through it. And then there's also people just grow apart. If you get married when you're 25, the chances are you're going to grow up and determine who you are and it may not be the person that grew with this other person. So I don't know that human beings are really inherently meant to mate for life. I believe we like to be families. I have my family. I have my tribe. I have the two dads to my two kids. I'm with you. I don't know that we're just a mate for life. I don't see many cases where it actually works. But what we can do is start talking about these things right away and their relationship early on. So how much do you see sex play a role in these things? Different sexual proclivities or they weren't having sex? Does it come up a lot? There weren't having sex comes up a lot. I think people that experiment, to have proclivities, they usually do okay, because they are having some kind of communication, some kind of intimacy, even when things go horribly horribly wrong. Let's bring a third person in the relationship. And then they're like, wow, that did not work out. We did not like how that felt, or I didn't like how it felt, particularly since you're still sleeping with her or whatever it is. Those are less likely to show up in my office than the ones that go. I don't know what happened. We haven't had sex. I mean, and I will ask as one of the main questions like, what's going on? How many kids how long have you been married? Are you in therapy? And I say, what's your sex life like? Because so many people will say, not good. We haven't had sex in like two years. And I'm like, what? Yeah. Or I can't believe that she's cheating on me. Really? When was the last time you had sex? Like, 6 months ago. Well, believe it. Where do you think you're gonna go get it? Right? So is there ever couples that come to you and say, actually, the sex is amazing, but we can't get along with anything else. We still want to have sex. Yes. I mean, it's interesting, like you said, that first meeting, watching. Remember, I don't usually meet with both couples unless I'm doing mediation. Both parties. I'll meet with one or the other. But there are some that will say, the sex was never the problem..

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"wasser" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

01:41 min | 5 months ago

"wasser" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"You may think of her as divorce attorney to the stars, and Laura wasser is certainly that. The lore is also a sharp thinker on marriage and communication and is here to tell us where every couple needs to know before saying I do. She says that couples who have the prenup conversation are actually more likely to stay together than those who don't. And that money is an even bigger conversational taboo than sex. She also tells us what it's like repping after clients versus musician clients, why we're seeing a celebrity led trend of gentle separations and how social media has changed the game for divorce cases. Plus, I take your divorce questions like when is it time to say I don't and get the hell out? Or how about if you're single and have a tendency to hook up with older separated men? Are they just your type? Or are there some deeper conversations you need to be having with them? And maybe with yourself. Let's talk about dating as a divorcee. What is it okay to tell the kids you've met someone new? And finally, after being married for so long, how do you tell the difference between love and lust, especially when you're back on the scene? All this and more on today's dvor show. Intentions with Emily, for each episode, I want to start off by setting an intention. It really works. I encourage you to do the same thing. Well, my intention is to empower you with data about divorce, whether you're married, about to get married or thinking about marriage in the future. Hey listen, relationships evolve, and that's okay. So for this episode, I'd love to demystify divorce so you can live out your most informed, most fulfilling relationships. Please rate and review sex with the.

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Will Collagen Break Your Fast?

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Will Collagen Break Your Fast?

"We have a question from daniele in the subject is collagen slash vitamins. She says when breaking a nineteen to twenty hour fast. Can i start with my collagen supplement which is powder and water and gummy vitamins. Please don't judge a grown woman taking gummy vitamins. Laugh emoji no judging so great question. Daniela the very short and simple answers. Yes the longer answer is. It's a good thing to clarify. I think collagen is something people especially people. That are new to fasting. Think that it might be something that they can take while fasting especially because it's often quote prescribed to take the way she's taking it like in water. Collagen is definitely. Something is not fasting friendly. It's a protein amino acid. It's going to definitely definitely break your fast. Yep people like to start at coffee. i don't know why Started that diddy I think way back in the day. 'cause i remember reading him writing about it. He was saying for women in particular. It was a good thing. Well i don't know it's like wasser by wanting to put this in their coffee. The good thing about college in those. It's very nourishing to your gut. So it's actually a really wonderful time to take it right when you're breaking your fast. Like danielle is and then same to take the vitamin. I'm not a huge fan of multivitamins. In general i think it's better to target specific nutrients there's so much complexities to vitamins. That it's hard to find a vitamin that you know is actually doing what you wanted to be

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East Boston Residents Protest Controversial Electrical Substation Project

Radio Boston

02:11 min | 1 year ago

East Boston Residents Protest Controversial Electrical Substation Project

"Begin today in east boston. Where community members are protesting an electrical substation project. That has been in the works for years. Now eversource wants to build the substation in a flood prone area near chelsea creek. That's across the street from a popular playground near tanks of jet fuel for logan airport. The utility says the project poses little risk to the public while local residents worry. It could catch fire and explode. And there's another complication. Many of the residents in this densely populated community who would be affected by the project speak spanish as their first language and have complained that the department of public utilities and the energy facilities siting board. Those are the two state bodies charged with permitting. The project have failed to make the citing process accessible for them to participate so this is a microcosm of environmental justice issues. Here to talk with us about. It is wbz miriam wasser. Hey there mariam. Hey kiana okay. So let's start with the project. Why is it up for consideration in the first place. And why are we talking about it. Now yeah sure so electrical substations are those networks of metal metal towers lattice structures and wires that you might see along the street or behind a tall fence there really ugly but they're really important. Part of our energy infrastructure. Basically when energy comes when electricity comes out of a power plant it's at a really high voltage and it stays at that voltage to travel long distances but then it needs to be at a lower voltage when it gets to your house so substations are make that possible an analogy that i like to use his. If you think of the high voltage lines as a as a highway and the lower voltage lines as the streets leading to your neighborhood. A substation the off ramp it slows things down. Because you can't drive sixty five miles an hour on local streets so we need substations but the question in this case is. Do we need one in east boston on the chelsea creek and as you mentioned before the utility eversource which is a company that wants to bill that says we do they propose this project in twenty fourteen and argued that it was necessary to meet. The electricity needs of the community and logan airport.

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What's next for Kim & Kanye

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

06:48 min | 1 year ago

What's next for Kim & Kanye

"Hit us all towards the end of tuesday. Evening that kim and conway are getting divorced. Now in the news i hit. It came from page six. Who basically said they've heard from multiple sources that she has met with laura wasser. Who's like the biggest attorney for celebrities. And i think she may have done kim's Other divorce from kris humphries. But i'm not one hundred percent sure but And it was like wealthy not for sure but then everybody else started to pick it up including e. news and meanwhile kim or chris or none of them made a statement like on their social media and he thinks this is absolutely not true. Please just working on ourselves. I don't know how the story got out and if it's someone you know if there's someone who knows how to work the media and to release stories one they want it released and have a hot. You know person to call right away. It's kris jenner. I believe this is happening. I'd be really shocked if it wasn't than the today. Show put out a tweet saying their sources are saying that they have not that she has not in fact filed which we know she hasn't because otherwise we would have the court document that she filed. That's normally how things are reported. Tmz has someone at the courthouse. Or they're living down there whatever they and they immediately know that. This person has filed for divorce That's kind of like what happened with erica. Jane put out. I think she filed or put out the statement the day of the election so this she has not filed yet and that supposedly they're she. They're meeting with attorneys to work out the mediation now. Of course i'm sure. They had very detailed prenuptial agreement. Which will help louis. Hopefully make this divorce easy as far as splitting up assets. I believe they're probably really smart about their purchases of big properties and whatnot so that it wouldn't be as messy if they were to break up. And how do i feel about it. Well there's been lots of hints Obviously in the last couple of years with his. And i'm gonna say psychotic grants to saying that slavery was a choice to showing up at. Tmz to the latest one. Where he said he was. He wanted to kill that he had his initial thought was to kill his daughter. Meaning get an abortion for north. And it was kim who Said no and that. He has terrible guilt about that. There's been really strange moments. Obviously but they have four kids and two of which she gave birth to all of their kids all of them Are there embryos. But after saint she had such terrible pregnancy that the two younger kids chicago and psalm. They were carried by surrogates. So my other question is are there any more frozen embryos of kim and kenya's and did she and i'm sure she did have some legal writings about who has the rights over those or did they destroy whatever embryos were left or does she have a bunch of eggs that she saved that have not been made into 'em meaning sperm has not greeted it so those eggs. She could eventually have kids with someone else. I bet she does just to be just for insurance. But i do think she's done having kids. She turned forty this year. She's got four kids. They're all full siblings. You know they're all healthy you know. She's just kind of getting out of that baby phase now. She's going to be single even if she fell in love with someone else. I kind of doubt that she'd want to have more but she might. You know Her mom kris had to kendall and kylie when she was like thirty nine. I think forty one. You know which was kind of older at that time now. You wouldn't blink an eye on it. So here's some strange things that has happened in the news. This is what people are saying. What would be at stake. If kanye west and kim crashing divorce so this expert wait in well kim conjugate to go up there to wyoming so they could live separate lives and quietly get things sorted out to separate and divorce and another new source claims that kim knows the marriage is over and she's known for a while. Now this whole thing with wyoming a lot of california people are buying property in wyoming. Connie did it. It's because there's a. There's no i believe and i might be wrong. There's no income tax. And i don't know what the property tax but there's no income tax so our income tax california's very high. So if you can establish residency in another state like wyoming. You can really save a lot of money but in order to do that you have to show that you truly live there money out of the year. You can't just buy a house. There and go spend one week at christmas and have account so he has been spending so much time there he does. You do go up there and they do enjoy it But obviously we knew she wasn't loving it that much just like she wasn't loving. You know having a house with not one speck of color. I don't know if you guys saw those christmas stockings. But they looked like Leg casts they were just white fluffy with no white stockings and that is just so different than the kind of style that kim grew up with in the kind of style we saw from her as a young adult. I mean to just act like you. Just suddenly don't like any color and your favorite color is multiple shades of nude. I just don't believe it. But she was so into giving konya this power of being like he knows fashion. He's making cool. What does konya thing. And then her team her makeup artist and glam squads were smart enough to know to ingratiate themselves to konya including her family order to be like. Oh what is konya. Okonya has a fashion show. Oh we're all going to wear these ripped clothes or we're all going to wear these prison outfits and these orthopedic nurse shoes and and and just walk down and do the fashion show and we have this fashion genius in our family. I mean think how happy they are to be done with this. Okay

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West discussing divorce

Mojo In The Morning

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West discussing divorce

"Story right now. Is kim kardashian. and kanye west I don't think many people are surprised. But you still hate that. This is the story that they are headed for a divorce. From what we're hearing divorce is in imminent is the word that everybody keeps using. Him has hired famed divorce lawyer. Laura wasser for her team. They're getting everything ready right now. She's just had enough. And i'm told connie knows it's common a source telling me he's okay. He's sad but okay. He just knows the inevitable will happen. At this point the couple's been married for

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"wasser" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"wasser" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

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"wasser" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"wasser" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"And we're back. Thank you father. So we've kind of been dancing around this are quarantine times we come to you from our home studios a lot. All ready have you. So you mentioned that you don't think divorce is actually going to go up as a result of this. I Look I. We saw what the statistics were from China that there was a huge spike as soon as their quarantine ended. I got like you know four thousand phone calls from news. Organizations asked me to comment on it and I'm like I don't know I mean what's how long does it take to get divorced in China? I I feel it must be an easier process than it is in the United States because there were so many in such a short period of time also remember their whatever they call them divorce offices their divorce court or registry was closed for two or three months so even those people who had been in line to get a divorce before they got knocked out so you add all those people then you have the people that have been quarantined and then I also read a really interesting statistic. Which is that almost immediately. After all of those divorces spiked a bunch. Those people got remarried because they were probably like wait a minute. Now that I'm not like cooped up with him in the House I can deal with them again so I think look I and I've seen all the jokes and the post on instagram. About how you know. It is absolutely difficult to be cooped up with anybody for a certain period of time. I'm sure my kids would love to be able to divorce me when this is over but once it's done and we're through life goes back to normal so keep that in mind the other thing is I have actually now. What is it three three weeks in four weeks and heard from a lot of people who are saying like once we got like our boundaries set once we got a routine going once this became our new normal and especially since we kept in mind that it was a temporary normal. We really started enjoying each other. We really started being able to communicate on a deeper level. We actually were forced to address some of the issues that we're in our relationship it wasn't it was kind of messy but we didn't have anything else to do so we kinda delved into it and were getting along even better and so without sounding totally like everything is unicorns and rainbows and flowers. Because I don't think the queen should sound like that. I will say that. I think there is an upside to this. There is a silver lining to this and if we make the best of it I think you may see people come out of their relationships with a better deeper understand each other than they had before. Well I definitely would agree with you. I'm kind of in thing really devastated. A relationship wow no big argument and we've kind of grown from it and definitely brought us closer together which is as a person who is somewhat stunted in relationships. I've talked to many of facts like I don't understand it completely and had to survey my friends. What is this relationship thing? I don't understand this level of commitment and wanting to stay when you're Noida by something like why wouldn't you automatically leave. I don't get it but putting ourselves into the quarantine lifestyles like. Oh this is kind of Nice to be able to go through something with somebody and share an experience with somebody and as I was joking about the fact that we have to stand because you are the queen. Which by the way are you? Okay with that title. Do you like that title. I you will see this lady's at a certain age you just. There's something called acceptance like for. My initials are law. Laura Allison Wasser and for years I fought it and then when I hit four. Oh just go get a couple monogram just for like probably the I. I don't know three or four years that they were calling me the disco queen. I mean nobody else calls that except for if they're joking around on an interview or something like this but I certainly wouldn't get like a personal as the license plate saying anything. I'm not proud of it but I've just accepted it. It is what it is I mean. I guess there's worse things to be called. I was GONNA say Smith. You may have to do a gift us as we stand. But when you see because we were kind of joking about the fact that because you do have a list on your resume of high profile trials and divorce cases do you see a difference in between that and the norm of people is there a different level. How you handle it and how you kind of approach things not really I mean besides the media and having a say like hey if we're going into custody case maybe going to the club totally wasted not the best idea because you you or me going. Nobody cares that person going. They're going to take a video of him or her coming out. It's going to be on. Dmz or whatever also besides the media at all and the fact that when we file things at least in the state of California and I think most dates their public and so any mud that you sling that you want to judge to read and make a determination is also going to be reported and whatever it is whether it's the twenty four seven media like online or even if it's in the New York Times but for that they're just like us right. They have the same levels of sadness and fear and anxiety they WANNA make sure their kids are. GonNa be okay. They WANNA know if they're going to be okay and again. It's all relative. I is it a matter of whether or not I'm going to be living in my car. Or my fifty. Five Thousand Square Foot Mansion is. Who's going to go to the company Labor Day Picnic with me or who? Am I going to walk down the red carpet with it the Oscars? It's all relative but it really is the same and I do. I think divorce is the great equalizer relationships are the great equalizer. So no it is kind of astounding. How those super famous glamorous people? I mean. I've heard them say things and tell stories where you're like. Oh that happened to me too. I mean it's the exact same thing and it really is an interesting study in human nature. How people really all kind of go through the similar process and that makes Lawson's it does it. Does I know Lately your name has gotten thrown around a lot because people say marriage story. Laura dern scare me and you kind of like.

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"wasser" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"wasser" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Everyone I'm Laura Wasser I'm Johnny rains this all's spare house fair in love and war, even in these uncertain times of a global pandemic. Johnny and I are social distancing I'm in my own private studio and he's in downtown Los Angeles, but alas, the show must go on which is why we're bringing you this. All's fair special report on relationships in the age of Covid Nineteen, so let's get right to it starting with your conversation with tmz about co-parenting and corona virus as with anything being reasonable as important. What is in the best interest of the kids? Okay, this is about the children, but it's also bad. Bad extended family, particularly elderly people. You have to try to get on the same page with your acts. The hope is you've been able to do that to a certain extent. If you're co-parenting if you really are doing it with someone who's being unreasonable, get it in writing. My kids are both going back and forth to their DADS I. Trust their debt. I trust that when they're at their dads. They're safe. It's the only household that they're in our mind and there. There are other parents I know not everybody gets along like that, but you have to come to some agreements, because it's in your kids best interests, and if you if I couldn't do that, then my kids were either not going to be spending time at my house, or they weren't going to be spending time with their dad's house, and that would have been a bummer for that. The other thing to keep in mind is school age children right now mine have been on. On spring break, but a lot of them are going back to school and doing virtual classrooms right now. Sometimes, that's going to be difficult for them to do virtual classrooms at two different homes. So maybe you say hey, I'd really like to focus on classroom academic time at this House I mean you have to be a little bit adaptable in these situations particularly with kits. We are going to come out of this at some point, and so you will be able to. Get, whatever the remedies available are to then keep in mind people that the parent who is less likely to facilitate custody or visitation. Can often be the parent that completely loses custody or visitation, so if you're really just being a jerk about it, and not giving your kids back because you don't want to think twice about that Gosh Laura. You've been doing a lot of this kind of stuff since we went on say for at home I mean I've seen you now on tmz which we just listen to I've seen you in people magazine these two worthy webinars that we did about divorce and covert nineteen in finances. The you've been on these live Instagram's with Jessica Yellen Sarah. Why are you doing so much of this? Why is it so important to you well? One I'm kind of bored, but the other thing is i. think it's really important right now that everybody does what they can to kind of pitch in in whatever way that we can to make, people stand that we are all in this together and so I. You know I. I, don't I can't make masks and I can't do any instagram live about like best practices medical, wise or what to do when you go to the market, but I know a lot of people are freaking out about some of the co-parenting and time sharing custody and I know people are freaking out about the fact that our courts are mostly closed and so. So what do we do about modifications of child and spousal support so to the extent that I can be helpful or informative. I am I also would just like to say I. Mean I read an article yesterday that was in Prevention magazine by Mike Julia, now saying hey, divorce lawyers. Nobody cares that you think divorce rates will skyrocket after the quarantine and he's. He's kind of commenting on all of these memes and and articles that were seeing about how many people are GonNa get divorced as a result of quarantine and I agree with Mike that marriages that fail due to cabin fever probably weren't meant to last to begin with, and for better or worse, probably means you know in quarantine or not. That being said. I think it's important. That I think there's a silver lining to this. I think that when people are quarantined, they might take this opportunity in a relationship to get closer. We talk about how we're having family meals and worse, having family game night and we're watching movies together. Being, one of my exes like really decided, we were going to make all our kids watch like all the John Hughes movies that we watched and loved new routine the eighties some of them hold up some of them. Don't so there is a flip side to this and again I don't think I'm not just sitting here. Rubbing my hands and laying in wait for all the people that are going to be getting divorced well whether you are not according to many of the articles. We're GONNA talk about today. There is going to be a spike, so get ready, but before we get to that. I want to go back to the co-parenting during corona. Virus that we started to talk about at. At the top of the show Megan King Edmonds from the real housewives of Orange County and estranged husband Jam Edmonds who is a saint. Louis Cardinal are fighting over the over kids as he awaits Corona Virus Test Results and she's flown the kids out of town during this this period of time. What do you think about that is that? Is that cool or people allowed to do that? No, I mean I. Don't know what their agreement is on I. Don't know what actually happened, but if they live in Missouri and she left the state with the children to bring them to California probably not cool and again people are reacting to panic. People are removing their children. People are withholding their children. People are not co-parenting reasonably, and even there's nothing we can really do at this moment in many cases I mean again. If the kids are being withheld, you could call the sheriff and the sheriff will come. Help you get them if you've got a quarter, but if there is a valid concern about social distancing or safety in your home, the sheriff not remove them. I don't know that you want your kids being removed by a sheriff anyway. If this is happening to take notes. Get it in writing right e emails or text messages to your. Co Parent that makes sense and say I know that you're concerned, but I really want to make you feel comfortable. What's going on? We are doing everything at my house. That were that you're doing your house. And I were washing everything and we're not having people over, and the kids will be safe here as well. They will also be prevented from becoming carrier so that if they come back to your house, and you're worried about your health or an elderly parent or caregiver. That's living with you. We are all in this together I. Want you to feel comfortable, and if they still are Dick's well, then they're gonna get it when this is all over. That's not going to be okay. One of the things that I had written in the. It's over easy blog article that we wrote about co-parenting during covert is to really focus on the three C.'s which we talk about. About all the time, it's over easy, which is communication, cooperation and consideration, those three things are essential in any co-parenting relationship, but particularly now because we're scared, were uncertain. If you're able to be a better more considerate co parent than perhaps you were when you guys were together. I think that you will find that. The results will be beneficial, not only to yourselves but to your. Your kids, and if it is situation where you really can't share custody if you live too far away from each other to be going back and forth a lot of kids on spring, break right now, so they were probably going to be traveling to visit their other parent across the country in another state, or if one of the parents is.

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"wasser" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"wasser" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Divorces shepherding people through what may be one of the most terrifying times in their lives along the way. I often have to remind people to lower their expectations when dealing with matters of the heart. Rules simply don't apply because all's fair in love and war so welcome to the all's fair podcasts. Fasten your seat belts and let's go. Hi Everyone I'm Laura Wasser. Welcome to all's fair. I'm Johnny rains. And we're glad you're joining us today. As a family law attorney I'm uniquely positioned to witness all of the things that lead to the end of a marriage but believe it or not. I'm quite interested. In what if anything can sustain a relationship and when we broadened the name and the brand of this podcast we decided we were. GonNa talk a little bit more about what makes relationships work absolutely so I came across this article in the Atlantic the other day and it's called what I learned about equal partnership by studying dual income couples. I sent it to Johnny because it was a good title but I don't like to read articles. I asked him to do it. It's my pleasure. I'm it's also on the. It's over easy blog and in the article the author Jennifer Petra. Leary says That while men think they split housework equally with women women ultimately do more. She goes on to say a large piece of the discrepancy in estimate stems from partners simply not knowing what the other one does. So as they say in Latin Ignore Attiyah Jurists non-exclusive dot which means ignorance is no excuse start. Bless you say that more than you would imagine and I Today's guest is here to school us in some of that not in ignorance but in really all how couples can share responsibilities in the home and that that will so lubricate the relationship. And even I have talked about some of this in the past but I wanted to delve into it a little bit more early this year. So she is the New York Times bestselling author anointed by Reese Witherspoon Media Company. Hello Sunshine as the Marie Condo of relationships. We spoken on panels together and she's one of the many parents and spouses. Who are part of our community? It's over easy. And most importantly she's the author of fair play a must read for anyone living together in a long term relationship. Welcome to all's fair my friend Eve Rod Sqi. Thanks for having me do so. Tell us a little bit about you eve. I know but we probably should open this up to people listening as well. I I just WanNa say thank you Lord because you were one of the first people to bring me on a panel so I was saying to Johnny and the way up that it was really wonderful that you were willing to invest early in these ideas. Yes yes I'm trying to cut down on my workload tire. We married we. Also let's keep. This is definitely a pro marriage. Book for Short yes. Okay so tell us a little bit are you. You were raised by single more on the east coast. Yes I was raised in alphabet city Before that was cool place to live on the early eighties And Yeah I I like to say that I was born to to write fair play because I early on but it looked like to not have an equal partnership not partnership at all. Actually my father left when my brother zero and she was pregnant with him I was three and early on. I just around seven or eight I start to see how hard it was hard to recognize harmless for my mother doing everything on her own eviction notices coming under the door when she was working late and I just sort of sit up waiting for her with the blue paper. Saying you know we're going to be you know we're not have a place to live. And then I started to notice a difference between late utility bills and regular utility bill so they had a shutoff notice on it. I would hand it to her. You know right that was sort of our upbringing yeah priority. I would note for those listening. That eve has been talking now for about three minutes and she has not yet mentioned that she has a jd from Harvard. Impressive that long themselves and they haven't mentioned that when they went to Harvard. I usually. It's worse when you when someone asks where you went to school in Boston right because then the worst pretentious harbor. Okay so obviously you you drag yourself. Out of alphabet city out of the late notice as an eviction notices. You went to Harvard law school. Did you ever practice law? I did I practiced in a and then My job actually is for ten years. Has Been A mediator. Okay actually not in your type of mediation but in HBO succession landside for very wealthy Families and how they give away their Their money in their family businesses. Got It all right. And when did you get married? Well I got married in two thousand five and I honestly I sought out my equal partner and even my equal estra logical match is March tenth. I'm November tenth. I wanted to marry a pisces. I found what Harvard law guys. Your whole life. Yeah it's just. I needed a Pisces Scorpio. I wanted that water balance but ultimately really I was looking for equal partner. Someone who spoke. Walk the walk. Talk the talk and I married that equal partner. That's the thing. Seth was equal partner. We were killing it in life in Business. You Know He. I marked his operating agreements when I was still practicing law Saved THEM. A lot of free legal advice as he grew his business and he would stay up all night questioning me for an interview. I remember the night before. I got my dream. Job In slam through J. P. Morgan. It was perfect until we had kids. So okay so you marry into five. You had your first kid in Two Thousand Eight and then your second kid in two thousand eleven and that's when it all went to Shit. Okay so tell us tell us a little bit. Because I'm I'm sure there's people now in their cars or in their couches like nodding their heads. Like Oh yeah. Oh yeah they don't really tell you this law school or anywhere else actually. There's no manual for this. But what would happen in two thousand eleven And actually this sort of mirrors statistic and your World Right where the new statistic out was that thirty percent of marriages end over the Unfairness where people are tripping it to the unfairness of domestic labor alone article. That you just pointed out right And that that you know I say cut to two kids later My equal partner sends me a text. That said I'm surprised you didn't get blueberries. That was the end of my marriage basely. I'm surprised you didn't get blueberry. And she was driving. She's crying on the side of the frequency. Thank God thank you. I will say thank you for sending me that tax. Because maybe I would not have gone down this Decade-long requests to find domestic re-balance. But that day you can picture the scene. I had breast pump in a diaper bag on my passenger seat. I had gifts for newborn baby to return just had had my son Ben And God forbid you know those store policies are like five days so you don't WanNa lose that money. I had all the the gifts for newborn baby to return the backseat. I declined contract on my lap. I still remember. This burned my brain clan contract in my lap with a pen that was sort of stabbing me in the vagina as I was trying to mark this contract on your driving your right and then you know you know. Probably bad me. I'm started tagging terrible. New Mom fog behaviors after my seconds on pens debbie giant on my phone. And then I see this text from Seth and in the midst of this. Oh and by the way. I'm going to pick up my older son Zach at the time. I'm not just driving aimlessly. I'm I'm racing to pick up my older son Zach at his toddler transition program which in America because we really value working mothers or and fathers lasts about like ten thirty seconds. Long thirty seconds long. You're supposed to stay out and Kim extra twenty some raising back to get him and I just said you know I'm GonNa be laid to pick up ZAC but I didn't WanNa get into an accident and I just I lost. It started losing in the cards hysterically. Crying thinking you know maybe this is the end of my marriage you know. I kept thinking Jesus. My marriage was supposed to end with my affair with. Nfl tight ends at. I love right now I had in. My Vagina booster leaking. I'm one hundred pounds overweight. I gave birth to two hundred pounds or not hundred. I mean like seventy pounds. Whatever it was for my body just a mess um and that was that was the beginning of what I thought was the end but actually would it became was a quest. It became a quest understand what was happening to me and back to what I just said to. This should not have happened to me. Not only am I single. I came out of that single mother households where I told you that I vowed that was not going to be me and not only on top of that but back to what you just said. I'm Harvard I'll bring up that word. I'm a Harvard trained attorney. I'm trained to use my voice right so I kept thinking if I'm trained to use my voice and I came out of single parent household where I vowed I was going to have an equal partner in this still happening to me. It's probably happening to other women. It sure is so okay so now you have your piffle you take the pan out of your vagina. You get back on the road. Pick up your son S and did you go home that night. And Talk to seth about I mean how. How did you then decide on this ten year? Quest to start it. It's funny because I didn't go to talk to seth that's the irony and that's what I found as I went on a five hundred Plus interview question which will tell you about But I didn't talk to seth at first and a lot of women that mirrored what women were saying to me that they don't communicate about domestic life right and that was what was so interesting when so what happened was I decided to it. I read every seminal article and book that ever been written on what I have now found out was called the Gender Division of Labor turns out what was happening to me. This that I was the she faults. You know what I certainly called. The default is now in the book. I called the she fall for every single household and domestic task. That's why I was crying on the road. Not obviously over off season blueberries. Because I was expected to be the fulfillment of my husband smoothing needs but I realized I was crying. Because how did I used to be able to manage employees teams right and now? I can't even manage a grocery list right and more importantly what happens. How did I become the default for every single household and childcare? Task it just. It was mind boggling and so as you unravel it. Turns out that she fall has a name invisible work. Second Shift came out of the nineties. They called the Hourly Hawk Child. Second Shift on the mental load emotional labor. How much of that is our fault as women? I mean we said those of you in the audience that are working moms. How many of you are still the ones that are arranging for the school lunches and the after school play date. And what day you do the centers in your kid's class and if your.

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"wasser" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"wasser" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Online divorce service. I've been practicing family law for over twenty years, and I've worked on thousands of divorces, shepherding people through what may be one of the most terrifying times in their lives along the way I often have to remind people to lower their expectations when dealing with matters of the heart rules simply don't apply because all's fair in love and war so welcome to the all's fair podcasts. Fasten your seat belts and let's go. This is the time where my plucky sidekick Johnny rains and I Laura Wasser go through everything in the world of relationships, breakups, make-up's marriages estrangement, and we call it from the Internet and the news and we tell you about it. Johnny. Janis hello hello everyone. This week we have a kind of numerology for ghosting the APPS to save your relationship and the way to end a fight with your significant other, so you both feel bad. That Nice I! Yes, eight things to say at the end of a date. If you have no intention of seeing them again, I'm sure you have some choice. Things in your back pocket might have said once or twice. I. I mean really since Johnny and I started doing this. There has become such A. Rhetoric for this kind of a thing I mean I. We didn't have this when I was dating would just be like bye-bye. I wouldn't say anything. But evidently if you say something like Hey, I'd love to do this again sometime. And then nobody follows up or one person doesn't follow up and ghosted them which I think is interesting so or bread breadcrumbs. Yeah so so basically if you're not into the date, okay, but you still don't want want to be a Dick. Here's some of the things that you can say I'm. Pleasantly without being meet right. Do you know how to get home? Here take my leftovers. Give your pup a kiss for me. 'cause you know I'll never be seeing that pop. This one I didn't agree with. Because if somebody says to me, let me know when you get home safely. They actually want to hear from me again so I. I barely let my current significant other know when I got home safely, but here's my favorite. This is likely one that I've used in the past. Let me see if I guess eight. Honestly, you're kind of shit date I mean. Honesty is the best policy if you're not into it. All right and by the way that was written by Taylor Andrews for Cosmopolitan Online, I guess people need to know this. Absolutely absolutely, there's a good one you know. How at weddings they ask a moment. If anybody has any objection, if not a soap opera moment. These are sixteen wedding or marriage objection stories that. This person which is that they witnessed. Yes, this is from I'm Buzzfeed Ryan Shuck it. Ouch, and as always with the buzzfeed articles, the memes in the online on your phone, or on your computer or just hilarious associated with these these witness accounts of wedding objections may make you forever. Hold your peace. There were so many good ones as I was saying with the memes attached, but. But what about number? Four? The accidental objection I liked that one. That's something that would happen to me. Read it I accidentally objected to a wedding. It was my first time taking the train and I walked into the wrong station. It was a wedding venue I was trying to find my track. I was randomly. Opening doors opened the doors at the perfect time as they were. Were asking if anyone objected, it was quiet and awkward and loud all at the same time, this one I liked this mid ceremony fiasco I was at a wedding between one of my really good friends, and her fiance will who she had been with for nearly four years in the middle of the ceremony. My brother, who was a year younger than the groom will sit up and. And yelled. We can't live this lie anymore. Well, and proceeded to run up to the front of the Chapel and kiss the groom, instead of objecting the groom kissed him back, and professes his undying love him. My friend immediately burst into tears and started screaming about all the time he had cost her. She ran out of the chapel and I followed her mobile for the guys. I, know the Cinderella and they're already there at the chapel's. I mean they saved a little in the bargain. Yes. When my mom married my dad, my dad kept asking her. Are you sure you don't have to do this? It! Moving on this is something that I think you might like five relationship APPs for couples to share finances, feelings and calendars because I know you're kind of attacking girl. Tacky, we actually you know Donnie and I are really into this because we have the, it's over easy website, and we're always looking for good apps for people who are co-parenting and I love this one for couples to share finances, feelings and calendars. This comes to us from fatherly, and they always give us some good shit. Publication is love, money and relationships on fatherly. So did you read about this APP Johnny? I did read about it, and it's actually very interesting when. When you sent me this article I was determined to give some of these apps a try with my longtime husband and I. Unfortunately, he was not interested in the love nudge APP, which is based on Dr, Gary. Chapman five love languages which I resonated for you and I. So I'm not really sure. If these actually worker not. Oh, we didn't get very far. Okay well. Yeah, that's the same thing that happened with that one company that sponsored us to lose weight, right. Johnny is like three hundred pounds. You guys just say you know all right and. Three hundred. Shawny? Can Barely get them a car? This one phrase helps turn a fight into a problem to solve. Yes, I- Brittany Wong her half post of her. You and your mate are in the relationship together, and in this article, top psychologist, the number one phrase to bring bring you both down to earth and a heated discussion or argument. Do you know what it is? I do it is. Yes, it is. We're both on the same team which I kind of. Don't even know if I agree. Agree with, but I get the point, but like we're on the same team. You know what I would say. If Manta that to me doesn't seem like you're on my team at all. In fact now I'm cutting you right by your from the team. Go sit on the bench, but again they said that this works, and certainly maybe maybe next time you and Michael Talk about using enough love. Nudge thing. Yes, I'll just remind them we're on the. Marriage they're se invoking those two words same team, supposedly in some ways, or in some way, or another just may be the quickest path to de escalating argument, interestingly and dove-tailing Lee. We are talking about an APP that would possibly have the title. Same team for co-parenting drew parents. You know that I thought that was interesting. I sent it to Bob in any event. If you decide to call, it quits, because perhaps they're not quite on the same team after all, that's okay, too. Because the end of one relationship can be an evolution into something great. Just ask our next guest Alli Webb, the founder of dry bar I'm going to be in trouble after this interview. Stay tuned! I know it's never going to be a fun process, but one thing is for sure there is life after divorce..

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Laundry Between Emails: Working From Home Goes Viral In The Time Of Coronavirus

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:59 min | 2 years ago

Laundry Between Emails: Working From Home Goes Viral In The Time Of Coronavirus

"All right today's other big story around the world companies are asking their employees to work from home because of the corona virus outbreak. Some people love it other people don't. Npr's Yuki Noguchi Talk to people about their experiences. Early last Tuesday Cindy. Ruiz got an email. They're just shutting down the Office for the Week. Corona virus cases cropped up near the San Mateo Office of Dun and Bradstreet Res Works in sales for the financial data company for many the widespread. Embrace of remote work is a welcome change. They've always wanted they're reacting on social media the way kids celebrate snow days. No commutes flexible schedule. Home-cooked lunch. Ruiz however is in that camp. Sure she says there are some perks. If you could call it that I did do laundry I clearly. I'm doing laundry. The Corona virus is putting remote work to a gigantic test. The sheer scale of it is unprecedented throughout China. Italy Japan and South Korea workers have been on lockdown last week. The same happened in Seattle Amazon facebook. Microsoft and Google all told employees there to remain home. Twitter and payment company square are also working remotely. Ruiz says she misses things at the office. Like your special headset. And her big screen computer. Also her home. Wifi is neither fast nor secure enough to access some critical websites. Most of all. She misses her colleagues. This past week reminds release of her last job where she worked from home every day. That was the reason why I left that position and went to this one. I'm a person that needs to be in the office. Remote work is teaching companies a lot. About how well? They function when they're not altogether about a week ago. Jonathan Wasserman told employees to work from home he. Ceo Of Square foot a New York Commercial Real Estate Company. The last time that happened was a year ago when the office Internet went down said Okay work from home and two-thirds employs for like go but my laptops at work this time he wants to be prepared personally. Wallstrom is no fan of remote work. He says it's impossible to read a room over a conference line. Plus about a third of square foot staff are brokers they tour buildings with clients if all the sudden they said. You can't have face to face meetings with people who'd be hard for us to bunch of those transactions. In fact remote work isn't always possible. Hourly workers don't get paid if they don't work for example. Those in retail manufacturing or healthcare usually must be physically present to work. But it's a huge perk for people like tristen yet. Gaillot is a field manager for a and loves working from home in Toledo for me. It's a lot easier to work in silence. I also appreciate the fact that working from home. I can kind of migrate from room to room. If I'm not feeling super productive in one room get says it can be isolating so relying heavily on tools like slack and Webcams are key. I get a lot of face time so I don't feel like I'm like socially isolated at all. I also realize not. Everybody is built for this. If you're very extroverted which is not me. You probably would not enjoy this as much as I do. Guy Yet hopes the corona virus will help promote working from home if employers. Don't have to come in. They're not paying to commute. They're not adding to the carbon footprint. they don't have to buy or bring a lunch. It's not clear whether the corona virus will change Wasser. Strums mind about remote work. His Real Estate Company ordered loads of hand sanitizer and told employees to come back to the office. I don't believe people are productive at home at the same time. He worries about his wife. Who is seven months pregnant and commuting to her office. And we'll see how much longer we keep sending her to do that. Especially because she can meets on the subway perhaps he'll change his mind about remote work again. You GUCCI NPR news.

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"wasser" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

12:43 min | 2 years ago

"wasser" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Worked on thousands of divorces shepherding people through what may be one of the most terrifying times in their lives along the way. I often have to remind people to lower their expectations when dealing with matters of the heart. Rules simply don't apply because all's fair in love and war so welcome to the all's fair podcasts. Fasten your seat belts and let's go pay. Everyone I'm Laura Wasser and I'm Johnny rains and we're so excited about today's episode of All's fair in my years of practicing family law. I've seen it all from crimes of passion like cutting one arm or leg off of every item in his or her closet to completely inappropriate social media posting and more one of the main reasons we created. This podcast is to open up a conversation. Not only about the things people do for love and money but how people reset and move on their next chapters are conversations about relationships. Run the gamut this season from the interpersonal to our relationships with money. But today I'd like to ask you a big favor. Laura what we've been speaking this season a lot about our relationships with one another but what about our relationships on a macro level specifically our relationships with the world around us today is Super Tuesday which means there are primaries in fourteen states including California and the American caucuses. That are voting. So I think we should be a little bit about dare. I say politics okay. So it's probably not a huge surprise. What our politics are Johnny and mine? Because we're both gay black men but in any Republican but in any event wherever whatever your political leaning if you don't vote do not fucking complain about it afterwards what I have to say and there was an interesting article in last Sunday's La Times. That Adam Schiff are one of our congressional reps wrote about what Congress needs to start doing to enact reforms that will prevent presidential abuses of power. Imagine that that we've seen recently so it's worth reading. I know people are starting to get a little bit interested and they say time will tell and time heals all wounds but something else. That's absolutely necessary in good times and bad and I've definitely found it. Necessary over the past. Few years is humor and the ability to dance in the rain as one great woman. I know put it and believe no matter where we land at the end of Super Tuesday. There will be something to make us laugh and it may just be this big bowl of wonderful our guest today. Our guest today is Jeff. Carlin and I want to just give a little not that. Nobody told me is that nobody knows who I am. Okay someone does look great you all. You never lose by assuming that no one knows who. You are time. My Best Friend Melissa that I was going to interview garland she goes. Oh that's too bad. I was hoping you could get that guy. Jeff Garland the one. That's on curb. And I was like no his name. Is Jeff Garland? That is who I'm interviewing. Who did you think I was interviewing then? And she goes. Oh I don't know some guy named Jeff Carlin. This is your best friend examination. I know so. In addition to performing standup comedy has new. Netflix stand up specials available globally and my assistant told me that it's really funny that they actually did the Improv. One that that's the one that they're playing he was so good she loved it. Okay I'm going to have to watch it. It's available globally on Netflix. And he is a writer a producer a director. He also was a photographer and in Los Angeles. He's had a show that's been at the lake a gallery. That's run for a few weeks. You can still go see it. And I've seen some of the shots because I saw them on. Liz carries instagram a lot of behind the scenes stuff from curb. Yes yes so. That's fun and he also can be seen on. Abc's the Goldbergs. And he's the EP and Co Star of the critically acclaimed clue. Curb your enthusiasm so here we go. This is the end of the intro. Ladies and gentlemen and gender fluids grinning from ear to ear and about to introduce you to Jeff Garland welcomed all's fair welcome for so offer all's fair and leaving war so you're born in Chicago so as my mom okay. Yes she's skokie. I grew up right next to skokie called Morton Grove directly next to skokie. My brother was born in skokie. My first home after I was born in the city of Chicago was in skokie. So Niles Township. What's last Meryl's is it's west of skokie okay. So I know you're good people. That's my point here. Taga thank you good people and you went to Hebrew school and then he's in sixth grade. You moved to Florida. How was that that was rather shocking? Was the first Jew. Many young children saw and you. I'm sure I got a lot of fights. Bully of Mike Kid. Yes I was close. I've always been a large person and but I use my humor to get out of a lot of fights. Et worked. Good yeah all right so then you went to the University of Miami and in one thousand nine hundred four you married nineteen ninety four and Mary and you guys have to kids. How old are they? Now they're nine thousand nine hundred twenty three okay so they're adults and you guys recently separated and are in the process of finishing divorce Mazal time. That's wonderful it's good and you told me before. We came on the air that has been a pretty amicable process. It's not even pretty amicus. Amnesty program will be a couple because I love her. Good Marla love her madly. I do I just you know. Sometimes you can't be with someone anymore. But I love her and I respect her and I also know that I'm GonNa take care of her for the rest of her life good yet and she knows that I hope that she does. I tell her all the time but you never know what someone's deepest insecurities or fears that you just got to keep proving it to her after year daughter. She doesn't have to. I WANNA be friends with forever and I love her but she doesn't have to write but I'll still take care of her. I can you guys are family. Married as long as it were children and her we spend time together. We have meals together. We all love each other and you know so. My Love is never stopped. And you're working more now than ever really be able to take care of her show so we'll take care of her. Yes antastic well we promote on. It's over easy. Which is which is what you know. It's unfortunate because I have some friends. Women that numerous women that are divorced with a child with an asshole for next. Yes a jerk for next a sociopath for an ex women. It's kind of fucking ridiculous. Excuse my language and it makes me crazy and not only that but whatever stress I would face for giving a lot of money to my ex is going to be a lot less stress than I face nickel and diming every day and putting my ex through hell and putting my children through hell and therefore putting myself through hell. I don't want any part of that so explain to me. You must know guys your Poker Games. Whatever not one of those guys. Don't you play with rich? Eisen and those guys. I never thought I'd never played poker with rich. I love him. Don't you have the Guy Perspective going? Why do I have to pay for the rest of my no really are just and again? Are you gender neutralness? The woman was the breadwinner you believe. She should do the same. Yeah Oh okay. Let's hear it. Well no because I also over dear friend that made a lot of money and her husband's a bum and she has to pay for him for everything and I don't believe in that different standard for should always win women should I can. I Love Scott. Women are better than men. They should always win. This is a very man. I think this is because you're back on the dating senior. No no and I'm not on the dating scene. I date some. But that's not my mo relationship with their mother like my mother. She's dead so unless I talked to was. My mother was a wonderful woman who lived vicariously through me. Okay she was she was she was an acting student at in Chicago at the Goodman Theatre and she gave up her career to be a mother at that so she got a lot of kicks and I was really happy to share that with her. I love my mother like crazy and my father and I think this is a thoughtful kind man who never was abusive to my mother. Ever for a millisecond and were they married till the end till the end. They died within a few years of each other. Yeah so my notaire. Johnny tells me that you knew at the age of eight after you saw. Jimmy Durante performed that you wanted to be a comedian with my parents. They took on the way home. I asked them if that was a job. They said yes. That was a job therefore I wanted and I stay. I've stayed with that all time and then you moved out here in the eighties. I moved here for the first time in the late eighties. And then I came back in the ninety lived at Conan. O'brien live with. I live with Jimmy Garoppolo. I live with Conan O'Brien in Chicago. I sublet to Jon Stewart. We all have all these friends that I was friends with when we all were broke right all of us. That's that's nice. Yeah and you see each other still I love all my friends. Okay and then. You had a book that you released. I guess it was ten years ago. Now is February. Twenty seven yeah. It was called my footprint my footprint and then curbing the paperback at a different title and a bonus chapter and because the better speller. I don't really pay attention all right and then you also Johnny told me how to podcast for a while as coming back. It's called by the way it can be on divorce. Applaud you for you to be okay. Good date right so then. When did you start with Larry? When did the Larry David Larry David? I knew each other in New York in the eighties. Okay and we were acquaintances. And then I approached him about an idea that I had that was based on working with Dennis Leary Jon Stewart on their stand up specials and that turned into curb your enthusiasm I went to the right guy. Yes let's talk for a moment. I think I'm one episode behind but this season and the Harvey Weinstein. What's what's unfortunate for me. Because I look on his way to rikers right now. They should throw away the key. No one ever mistook me for him. And Larry said to me you might have we do this and I thought you know what the hell now. No one mistakes me forum but people think it's fun it's cool if you come up and go like you. Just do. I love the Harvey Weinstein Larry's but people come up and they go. Hey Harvey what are you doing here and I say why. Don't you just come here? I no no no no because Addison would you refer to one of the dregs of the univer liberal warble and I did a project with him once and he was evil. I don't I mean I don't call me that. It's not funny and I say to them. Are you trying to be funny? You're failing right. I know someone acknowledged finding bit over so stop. Leeann alone and the thing is too. I always tell my children take what you do seriously. Don't take yourself seriously right. This is put me on the verge of failing at that because I do get upset when people call me or this to show past. Think you're if he's in prison or if he kills himself so you're good that they're making a joke. I know but my funny and it's not cool. Although there is this picture that is making a funny and so I was unaware I was. I knew about curb. Obviously I knew I. Oh there's a new mad about you. We'll talk about that in a second but I wanNA talk about your co-starring really almost huge huge part that you had an star wars partner for four hours in London. I thought this is cats. Actually wasn't that what you can never live that down and how..

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"wasser" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"wasser" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Worked on thousands of divorces, shepherding people through what may be one of the most terrifying times in their lives along the way I often have to remind people to lower their expectations when dealing with matters of the heart rules simply don't apply because all's fair in love and war so welcome to the all's fair podcasts. Fasten your seat belts and let's go. Pay. Everyone I'm Laura. Wasser and I'm Johnny rains and we're so excited about today's episode of All's fair in my years of practicing family law I've seen it all from crimes of passion like cutting one arm or leg off of every item in his or her closet to completely inappropriate social media, posting and more one of the main reasons we created. This podcast is to open up a conversation, not only about the things people do for love and money, but how people reset and move on their next chapters, our conversations about relationships run the gamut this season from the interpersonal to our relationships with money, but today I'd like to ask you a big favor Laura. What? We've been speaking this season a lot about our relationships with one another, but what about our relationships on a macro level, specifically our relationships with the world around us? Today is super. Tuesday which means there are primaries in fourteen states including California and the American caucuses that are voting so i. think we should be a little bit about dare I. Say Politics Okay, so it's probably not a huge surprise. What our politics are Johnny and mine, because we're both gay black men, but in any Republican. But in any event wherever whatever your political leaning. If you don't vote, do not fucking. Complain about it afterwards what I have to say and there was an interesting article in last Sunday's La Times that Adam Schiff are one of our congressional reps wrote about what Congress needs to start doing to enact reforms that will prevent presidential abuses of power. Imagine that that we've seen recently, so it's worth reading I know. People are starting to get a little bit interested and. And they say time will tell and time heals all wounds, but something else. That's absolutely necessary in good times and bad and I've definitely found it necessary over the past few years is humor and the ability to dance in the rain as one great woman I know, put it and believe no matter where we land at the end of Super Tuesday there will be something to make us laugh, and it may just be this big bowl of wonderful our guest today. Our guest today is Jeff Carlin and I want to just give a little not that nobody. told me. Is that nobody knows who I am. Okay, someone does look great you all you never lose by assuming that no one knows who you are time. My Best Friend Melissa that I was going to interview Garland. She Goes Oh. That's too bad. I was hoping you could get that guy. Jeff Garland, the one that's on curb and I was like no. His name is Jeff Garland that is who I'm interviewing. Who did you think I was interviewing then and she goes? Oh. I don't know some guy named Jeff Carlin. This is your best friend. Examination! I know so in addition to performing standup comedy has new Netflix. Stand up specials available globally and my assistant told me that it's really funny that they actually did the Improv one that. That's the one that they're playing. He was so good. She loved it okay. I'm going to have to watch it. It's available globally on Netflix and he is a writer, a producer, a director. He also was a photographer and in Los Angeles. He's had a show that's been at the lake a gallery that's run for a few weeks. You can still go see it. And I've seen some of the shots because I saw them on carries instagram, a lot of behind the scenes stuff from curb. Yes, yes, so that's fun. And he also can be seen on ABC's the Goldbergs and he's the and Co Star of the critically acclaimed clue. Curb your enthusiasm so here we go. This is the end of the INTRO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN AND GENDER FLUIDS, grinning from ear to ear, and about to introduce you to Jeff Garland welcomed. All's fair welcome. For so offer all's fair in war, so you're born in Chicago so as my Mama Okay. Yes, she's skokie. I grew up right next to skokie called Morton Grove directly next to skokie. My brother was born in skokie. My first home after I was born in the city of Chicago was in skokie. Niles township was. Last. Meryl's is it's west of skokie. Okay, so I know. You're good people. That's my point here. Taga, thank you good people. And you went to Hebrew school, and then he's in sixth grade. You moved to Florida. How was that? That was rather shocking. I Ju- many young children saw and. You I'm sure I. Got A lot of fights. Bully of Mike Kid yes I was. Close. I've always been a large person, and but I use my humor to get out of a lot of fights. Et worked good. Yeah, right, so then you went to the University of Miami. And, in one, thousand, nine, hundred four, you married. Nineteen Ninety four and Mary. And you guys have to kids. How old are they now? They're nine, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, three. Okay, so they're adults and you guys recently separated and are in the process of finishing. Divorce Mazal time. That's wonderful. It's good and you told me before we came on the air. That has been a pretty amicable process. It's not even pretty amical, very amnesty program will be a couple because I love her good. Marla love her madly I do I just you know sometimes you can't be with someone anymore, but I love her and I respect her, and I also know that. I'm going to take care of her for the rest of her life. Good yet, and she knows that I hope that she does. I tell her all the time, but you never know what someone's deepest insecurities or fears that you just got to keep proving it to her after year daughter, she doesn't have to I..

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"wasser" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"wasser" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Blake Wasser what's up South Florida this is your host Blake washer and you are listening to the traders add we're we're gonna talk about how to make money in the financial markets where the market's going up down or sideways and I have Jeff Manson with me he's one of the instructors with online trading academy what's up Jeff Hey self order but to be here what's going on the market these days while we got a lot of things in play there's a lot of terms you may be familiar with is called a male top so much money on the sidelines bed putting money on the sidelines these are some market conditions that an educated trader is just gonna be doing fantastic now somebody that's brand new to the market just going to see the market going straight up and not knowing what's going on okay we're very close to a place where the banks and institutions are going to have to come off the sidelines where they keep calling a market correction they're gonna start putting out money to work the last time we saw this was back in nineteen ninety eight up to two thousand where the market made almost a ninety percent increase in just twenty four months since the markets early as fifteen hundred and ten I have experienced a melt top going way back in history every time we've had a melt up we have doubled the index that was there hi yes so the big thing is is how you gonna be able to take advantage of this huge opportunity make money how many they have money just sitting on the sidelines a in a checking account a CD money market and a nudie those are terrible under your mattress you got to get that money to work for you and it online trading academy they could take someone who really doesn't know a stock from Iraq in and really teach them what to do and how to do it now you you don't need to be smart to be a great trader do you have to be teachable though you know you're not teach why can't help yeah known to be able to help you get to that next level in your investing trading whatever that next level is you need to understand that trading and investing is just the transfer of accounts for the people who don't know what they're doing to the people who do know what they're doing and the question is you know do you know what you're doing or are you putting all your money all your eggs in one basket with your broker adviser some money manager who's just charging a ton of fees to throw in some mutual funds what if you could do better than your money manager you know you need to realize that these people you trust with your money and I get it your financial adviser your broker your money managers a friend of the family at your brother in law that your cousin so you don't very very long time at the end of the day do you think that the person is trying to change the world to make the world a better place or do you think that person is trying to generate commissions to put food on their families plates and if you'd say commissions well the question is you know what if you could eliminate these commissions or minimize them you know people are paying thousands tens of thousands of dollars to have everybody just parked in these accounts and the my just gets sucked out of every year and and you don't even realize it because you know you're not really paying attention looking at your statement so what I'm gonna do right now is I'm gonna give way thirty.

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Jalen Ramsey's troubled Jaguars tenure ends with blockbuster trade to Rams

NFL Live

07:15 min | 2 years ago

Jalen Ramsey's troubled Jaguars tenure ends with blockbuster trade to Rams

"Terms of Jalen Ramsey will talk about this he finally got what he wanted the end result the disgruntled corner headed to the Los Angeles Rams the Jaguars finally relented and Ramsey to the west coast for first round draft picks two of the one in twenty twenty one in two thousand twenty one also a fourth rounder in the two thousand twenty one draft here's a statement for Jaguars executive VP. Tom Coughlin given the situation with Jalen we made this decision based on what we thought is in the best interest of the Jacksonville Jaguars for this season and well into the future we feel the trade that we struck with the rams gives us great value for the next two drafts and remain confident that our team today will compete this season for a division title Jalen Wasser Productive Flair but the time came to move on and we wish him and his family the best in Los A- Angela here's head coach Doug marrone obviously I had a good relationship with him and we were working together to get them healthy on the field and that that's what my focus was so he can get on the field and help us you know win football games and now you know how concentrating on on the players gotta here and and getting our guys focused on on on Cincinnati I think in his league nothing ever really surprises me anymore you know especially from the business side of things I found out like everybody else did last night you know lately point Dave came in and told me Rams reporter Lindsey theory joins us from L. A. and Lindsey listen there's been a lot of coming and going and all Ryder roster changes what's the general reaction to all of the news from the rams this week Wendy for a team that's three and three and in the mid of a three game losing streak certainly renewed buzz and energy at the team facility this morning now I am told the Jalen Ramsey is in route to Los Angeles and he's expected here later this afternoon or the rams do expect that he will pass his physical and I am told that he could be on the field for them as soon as Sunday against the Falcons now this would be viewed as a move where the rams are going all in once again to try to make a repeat super bowl run but I am told the Rams really believe that this is a move for their long-term future keep to leave and Marcus Peters or playing the season on expiring contracts Ramsey has another season left and the rams do intend to sign him to a long term engine now as you mentioned he's not the only new face here at the facility today Kenny Young Austin Corbett also were here they have passed their physicals though remains to be seen if they will be at practice later this afternoon and one more note Wendy Safety John Johnson is headed to injured reserve because of shoulder injury. Lindsey thank you it was a rare blockbuster trade a few weeks now before the trading deadline Ramsey joined a small handful of veteran players traded for multiple first round picks in the last third two years or so Khalil Mack and Jay Cutler garnered big offers from the bears the dolphins move two first rounders for Ricky Williams and it too big halls to get Herschel Walker an Eric Dickerson listen we can go back to the jags but since June Ramsey is moving onto the rams let's start with what he means for the La Rams Right now we'll Wade Phillips now gets a play defense the way he wants to Wakefield's really wants to play in your face on the line of scrimmage with the defensive line pressure and then in your face on the live with men cover corners. He hasn't been able to do that to be honest with you with Marcus Peters Marcus Peters is not not played good man to man coverage needs a better zone corner so now wade having Jalen gets the opportunity to get back to Colin defense the way he wants to do it I'll be really interested to see if they use Jalen the way we want I bill belichick thrill reverse where you put him on the team's best number two receiver and then everybody else gets to get double teams opposing for the opposing offense but it makes their defense significantly best Champ Bailey the dion sanders I mean the great quarters you can do that lock him up and then roll the other side I think you'll see that the other thing that was curious for me was that Tom Coughlin mentioned that Jaguars were better this year and going forward I think maybe either that was miss written or because they're not speak they're not better by getting a great player out of there so I miss quotes tim so expe- Joe Joe Listen you were you were spot on Jalen Ramsey never changed his stance which is what you asserted from the get-go and I would assume just finally came to a point where it just made no sense to have him on a roster when he wasn't going to win this transaction happened yesterday the first thing came to my mind is how often the people I was always talking to that this was going to work out for Jalen Ramsey like there was no fretting I didn't hear any fear and now that this is resolved itself in the way that it has it kind of plays into the tone that I've been hearing all along now I was talking to a source obviously familiar with Jalen Ramsey. They said that he's excited considering this a fresh start to be with the rams I think one of the questions that I had in talking to ram source last night was why not hold onto Marcus Peters to have opposite Jalen Ramsey in terms of making this movie now one thing that the ram source said to me is that it looked like it was clear that less need did not want to pay marcus. Peters beyond this year he's eligible unrestrained the free agency next year and it was better just to rip off quote unquote the band-aid now so then it becomes well who is opposite Jalen Ramsey for this game against the Atlanta Falcons they mentioned that two thousand seventeen when cal Roby Coleman I came to the teen that he did fill in for a keep to Leon outside first and second down and then on Nichols would have him excuse me on third down having a nickel or sometimes have troy hill on the outside and then have an RC in the middle so expect something like that or combination of that against the Falcons either way Julio Jones saw the rams problems in the short turn no because the opposite of the ball is atrocious right now and that's been there issue as far as being a front now what I will say is it does play into them getting better though like we can focus on golfing what this offense has been doing but with the guy like Jalen Ramsey not only does he hell Aaron Donald give him a maybe a half a second more to get to the quarterback he also may be able to steal a possession to for you and this ninety four was out there so air down gets another piece on the back end that can help him hold off quarterbacks for a second for him to get there and that's that's really all I can think about so maybe you

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Internet pioneer: Education, smart regulation needed for digital future

UN News

12:45 min | 3 years ago

Internet pioneer: Education, smart regulation needed for digital future

"This is Matt wells, the US news. Well, senior Google executive and internet pioneer Vint CERF has called for the introduction of smart regulation, guardrails, and improved Gillette, Eucation, protect professionals and the general public as the UN published. A landmark report on Monday towards creating a safer more inclusive digital future for a soul. Mr. surf is recognized as one of the internet's founding fathers, and in his role as chief internet evangelist at the web giant he continues to play a high profile role as a thought leader in the tech sector. He's also a member of the UN, High Level Panel on digital cooperation, and was present at the launch of the panels. I report the age of digital interdependence. Exclusive interview with you a news. He spoke to Connor Lennon shortly after the launch even headquarters in New York. In spite of the fact that we see headlines repeatedly where people's privacies in violated because someone broke into an accounting got ahold of all kinds of information about them in spite of all those headlines. I can't but believe that the internet and the World Wide Web, which sits on top of it has induced and enormous sharing of information. Some people imagine that the internet than the worldwide web have introduced a new demand for critical thinking, in fact information overload has been with us for quite a long time. Let me take you back to pre internet days. Let's say is the nineteen fifties, you probably did not read every magazine that was published watcher removing Wasser Retela vision show. So we were already filtering the information that we chose to get access to. I can remember whenever I had questions I had to either turn to my personal library or go to the library, downtown to get answers today. I find myself turning to Google not surprisingly in doing the search hoping to get some information. However, I've also very. Aware of the fact that the information I get back comes from abroad range of sources, and no matter how hard Google might try to organize the response with what it hopes is the best value information. I still find myself, always asking questions like where did this come from SIMEONI corroborating evidence all the things you normally do to think critically about information that you're being offered. And so I hope everybody gets trained to do that. As a matter, of course, bought a you most afraid of the L. Well, first of all, the general brittleness of the online environment really, really worries me it's all made out of software, and as former programmer, I know how easy it is right software. That has bugs in it and the problem with those bugs is mistakes is if they are discovered they can sometimes be exploited. And so we find it all kinds of hacking going onto taking. Vantage of bugs that had become visible. There's also the possibility the software is simply won't work, right? And here the big worry is this so-called internet of things. These are devices that have software in them that makes the device function, animates, the device in also allows advice to communicate on the internet. So think of household appliances. But I used to think it was funny, Joe to say the thing I worry about is one hundred thousand refrigerators attacking Bank of America. Well, I don't say that. That's not a joke anymore because in fact, five hundred thousand webcams did attack on incorporation. Of course, they didn't make this up the webcams didn't decide one day to self organize someone a bought net herder found that the webcams didn't have any access control on them or alternatively. They had well-known user names and passwords and organized a net. And then used it to do agent service attack against the comes. Any on the net which had consequences because that company going Inc was doing demanding resolution for a lot of other companies, which meant they disappeared off the net in consequence of the denial of service attack against encore. But you don't seem to have any fears about technology, your fears more about the capabilities of the people using it, and the people who are writing software so to what extent is education. A part of the report that you've written. Oh, education turns out to show up as the solution to everything I mean will report doesn't come down to this one point saying, everybody should be educated. But there's no doubt that solving a lot of the problems that these technologies of introduced a dozen Paul education. Whether it's education, the technological people educating ordinary users to hazards that they should be aware of all you up to mystic about the future. I am very optimistic about the future. I always have been, I wouldn't gotten into this business forty five years ago. If I did. And feel optimistic. I watched this system penetrate from my point of view, slowly, we're only fifty percent in from my point of view is forty five years in counting on the other hand for most of the world, it's more like nineteen Ninety-three in county, because that's when the web show, I have seen plenty of opportunity for infrastructure to be used and abused them. What we're seeing here is exactly what Shakespeare teaches us, which is why we still we'd the place for hundred years later. People have motivations that are quite diverse. Some of them do not have your best interests at heart that, unfortunately, is the human weakness in. So once the general public got access to the internet in the World Wide Web. We were confronted with exactly that set of negative incentives that people have, and we can't, we can't undo that simply with technology. We literally have to decide. Either to prevent abuse using technical means or to tell people, some of these behaviors are unacceptable in our society. And if we catch you there will be consequences post talk enforcement, and there's a third thing we can do we can tell people don't do that. It's wrong doesn't solve all problems. But I would say we have all three of those mechanisms technical means post talk enforcement and moral suasion to try to shape the way in which people behave the sex general today at the launch during the web chat. With Jack Ma Melinda gates, he mentioned power, and, and with great power Co's, a great potential for abuse of power, and we now are starting to see. I think that the incident, the worldwide web is essentially a public utility started oil was broken up at the beginning of the twentieth century, because it was felt that you couldn't have one company, which had such a central strangle. Hold on, on oil. We know have sensually digits, loyal. We all need to use the World Wide Web will fifty percent so fo-, but we all sang in the report that everyone should be online. So when do you think regulators will have the requisite knowledge and education to be able to? In a smart way. Regulate the internet and the very small number of large companies that are county dominating it. Well, that's fairly loaded question. First of all is still consider the internet space to be very, very open to competition. I oh why you need to remember that companies that appeared to have been at their peak. If sometimes gone, I l for end yahu, and so on. And so I will be very careful about breaking things up just because somebody's appears to be on top at the moment. The internet's the platform itself is extraordinarily open at Google at least speaking for myself. I always imagine that there might be two guys just like Larry and Sergei in some, dorm room somewhere who've just figured out, how to do things a lot better than we do. And so we're roaming, like crazy to try to keep ahead logically speaking. You ask though about thoughtful guard Wales, which I thought was really useful term that shows up in the report shown up in some of the dialogue, the idea that we have this powerful technology. But that we since we know it can be abused. The question is what kinds of guard rails, should we put in place? And I to be quite honest with you. Some of the abuses come from individuals, some of the abuses, come from institutions, whether it's, you know, private sector corporations, or, or other public sector institutions, I think you can make a number of examples of this question of power in abusive power. What's interesting and what might not have come to your fought when you mentioned tower think about the power that the internet has given an individual. Think about abuse of that power for a moment. Think of what some people have chosen to do with the network, whether it's to send out spam or descendant fishing emails, telling you that it's a friend of yours who's trapped in the London and their passports been stolen, please send money. There are. It's amazing. What kind of capability the internet has given to individuals let alone by situations. I'm sorry to behave badly out. Exactly. So, so we, we have power tools that we've created now you have to ask ourselves, what rules should we apply to the power tools for all those who wield them, whether it's an individual or an institution of corporation, but that's my point. He will be so amongst a bug A paper full, congress is clear from some of the questions he was being out that they was perhaps a low level of understanding of what of what his product even was. And how could you then expect people, I got to Bill to effectively? Legislate. That's very, very reasonable question to ask the prep several answers to that one of them courses to hope that the elected officials will turn to experts try to get educated. The second suggestion is may be people who were familiar with his technology should consider becoming elected officials in order to make policy. There has been an effort to try to get more scientists to agree to undertake such a role. The third one might be generational have his say that his people become more and more familiar in use this technology and do choose to go into political life, that over a period of time the people who don't have that background. We'll have gone onto, you know, they're great reward and we will have elected a more knowledgeable collection of legislators. How long do you think this will take when we have a global environment in which there is sufficient collaboration to be able to make affected regulation because this is this is transnational now this is not limited to wonder a sectional one country. Well, that much is true. But I would also argue that there are from the business point of view. There are rules that every business is asked to fouling in every country in which he does business. The fact that you're multinational as a corporation, does not exonerate, you or what's the right word yet, in it doesn't give you the freedom to break the law in each country, which you. It. It'd be crazy business model. The wagon is hi my business model is to break your laws. We have an example with a company that kind of did that. I'm not sure I should mention the name of the company, but it had something to do with transportation and the gig economy, as and so we can guess. Yeah, you can guess who that might have been and that didn't work out, too. Well, so I think it's very important, not to discount the importance of the legal frameworks in which each company has to operate as it as it functions in each country in Google, for example, if I've understood correctly remember, just an engineer, but I expect that we have incorporated entities in each country, and in the course of incorporating that entity is signed up to follow all the laws of that country. So I don't think that, that nations are nearly as impotent is, as your question might imply the mere fact of, of. Multinational operation of a corporation, does not diminish a country's ability to establish ground rules.

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"wasser" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"wasser" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Wasser. Welcome back, south, Florida. This is your host Blake Wasser, and you are listening to the traders edge. Well, we're gonna talk about how to generate income in the financial markets, whether the market's going up down or sideways, but I I like to thank our sponsor Online Trading Academy their brick and mortar school here in south Florida. The campuses all around the world where they fly in professional traders really teach you exactly what to do and how to do it in the financial markets. Do you wanna make money consistently in the markets? Need to have a plan. You to have a strategy need to have rules to do it in the kademi. They teach at all throughout the show today. We'll give away some passes for some upcoming classes at their campus this year in south Florida. But always check it out online at Trading, Academy dot com. They've lots of free resources newsletters articles for you really get started with your financial education. But I with me, Debbie, she's one of the students or graduates with Online Trading Academy. How's it going? Hey play. How's it going? It's going great. Thanks for stopping by the studio today. I appreciate it. I know you're sitting classier this weekend's kinda pulled you out to you know, to talk to people in the radio world and Hello radio world, but it was a little bit more about your experience in the markets and being a student, but you know, starting off, you know, no one's born trader. So you know, what is it? You know, you kind of currently do for work. So my job that I am currently in the middle of giving up is I was working in the auto industry and taking care of people's votes, and and people on board trading trading for me is my way out. I hear you, you know, and working down here in south, Florida and coaching and mentoring students, you know, I've suits from all types of industries, and especially, you know, the industry down here in Fort Lauderdale or or south floors, huge. So a lot of people who work in that industry. So looking at trading as a, you know, as a way out you said a lot of people out there. They hate their jobs or they get burnt out. Out at some point in time and United student shoot. He say this to me years ago. She said like, you know, in the twenty five year career thirties, you build your career your forty years sick your career. So a lot of people are coming in really to the academy like yourself to really kind of explore trading and investing and really see if if it's a good fit for them. You know, it's not the right fit for everyone. But I tell everyone, you know, if you're teachable and open minded, you know, you can learn how to do this and some people love their jobs, and you know, you can looking at trading as a means to supplement your income like a part time business. I have other students who you may wanna do this full time, and and trade full-time, but I always tell people, you know, it starts with baby steps. So, you know, why did you want to learn how to trade to begin with? I love the idea of the freedom. It gives you you can do it any place in the world that you go. You can decide how much money you wanna make how much tiny wanted to put into it. It's all about your own your own choices. It's you decide your own financial freedom. Absolutely and financial freedoms very important because a lot of people out there say they're stuck. But, you know, they're not happy, and you know, you know, training as a business. I am biased because I'm in. But you know, it's the best business there is, and you know, I think I call Florida the trading state because you know, when you're done trading and go to the beach, fishing and go, you know, whatever he wants even trade on the beach. You could trade on the beach absolutely can do that. And that's the cool thing listeners, you know, with high speed internet now, I mean, you can make money from anywhere trading or investing. And that's what people are coming in to really have a better understanding of how the financial markets really working and a high can make money consistently like a business and Online Trading Academy. They start everyone off, you know, really small. You know, I tell everyone you go for.

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"wasser" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"wasser" Discussed on LadyGang

"Listen to it every single week. Please welcome to the lady gang. So as I was so fun. And so your podcast is like really for people going through it or people who are just really interested in that. Yes. I think both if you're going through it. My my whole gig is I want people to be educated. I don't want divorce to be so tragic and taboo from a legal and financial standpoint. It's still a bummer to be breaking up. But I really want people not to have to like search so much information. And I want them to be able to get the facts and the law that they need if they're going through it. And so have you always been like this fashionable this on top of it like how did you get? Tireless? Yeah. How did you get here? Outfit is amazing. It is. I you know, what goal punky Brewster today. Punky brewster. Yeah. So I've always had a little bit of my own sense of style. And of course, when I was a baby lawyer that was a little bit challenging. Yeah. But you know, what you do what you need to do. So back at the time. I would like it was like a costume like I got glasses that actually had no glass in them. And I would put my hair back in a bun, and I would dress like like a little lawyer. So now, I don't have to do that as much, but yeah, I definitely still lake fashion a lot and like style and like to figure out a way to make it work for me. And so what was your career trajectory to being the woman that like Angelina Jolie calls? Well, I mean, I grew up here. So I had a lot of people whose parents were in the entertainment industry, and then they got into the entertainment industry. So I kind of had that like leg-up the father of my older son is an entertainment attorney. And so he has a lot of clients that you know, they certainly don't want to have to deal with any of this like break-up relationship stuff. So he and his partners send all those guys to me and a lot of it's just word of mouth a lot of it also has to do with being a younger woman in over the past twenty five years they've been practicing most of the young. Entertainment people that I've represented their business managers or entertainment attorneys, don't necessarily want to send them to like some old gyna- suit. They want us to somebody who's a little bit younger calls them. Do doesn't like judge them for smoking pot late has a tattoo also. So they were like oh, God son-in-law Wasser they'll relate to her. So that was kind of how it started. And then word of mouth, when did you know that you were a famous person, I'm not a famous person, I've I've actually really fought hard against being a famous person because right around the time when people started recognizing my name for being a lawyer that represents famous people I was having kids. So I was like, you know, in TMZ would be there. I was finally guys please, I have little kids. You know, I grew up being the daughter of a divorce attorney. So I would go to like the birthday parties or the Sweet Sixteen and I would have one parent or the other being like, that's a Wasser. You know, my kids don't have my last name because they have their last names. And yeah, like, I just didn't want that to. Be part of their kind of growing up. They know they have them one who works. They know that I'm a divorce lawyer. In fact, a lot of their friends who have gone through divorces at their school..

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"wasser" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"wasser" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Wasser. Welcome back, south, Florida. This is your host Blake Wasser, and you are listening to the traders at where we're gonna talk about how to generate income in the financial markets, whether the market going up down or sideways, and that's really what this all comes down to listeners. You know, you gotta have a plan to generate income in all three types of market directions as well. As in protecting row, your retirement accounts in all three types of market directions. Just like these banks and Wall Street doesn't and they were talking about how we're able to do that in the financial markets. But I I'd like to thank our sponsor Online Trading Academy, there Burke and mortar school here in south Florida. They have campuses all around the world were they flying professional traders to really teach you exactly what to do and how to do it hands on. And throughout the show today. We'll be giving away some passes for some free classes offered here in south Florida that you could always check them out at Trading Academy dot com. Once again, that's trading. A. Academy dot com Lysol with me Ronnie Townsend, so let's kind of dive right into it. You know, a lot of people out there. You know, they want to generate additional income. But you know, what can you do this? You're differently to do it. You know, there's a lot of different in markets out there to investor trade in and I find, you know, most people are are typically investing in the rolling markets. It's not their fault. You know, you just don't know what you don't know until you know, it, and that's what Online Trading Academy really does is. You know, they teach you, you know, exactly what to do. And how to do it in the right market with the right amount of capital, depending on really what your goals that? You have United students who goals is to make a couple of hundred dollars a day. I've students.

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"wasser" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"wasser" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Wasser? Spend a couple of minutes talking about portfolio diversification. The question listeners, you know, you know, you should never have all your eggs one basket. You know, most people think about, you know, diversification. You know, they're gonna put a third of their portfolio in tech stocks a third of their portfolio and financial stocks, and you know, third of their portfolio and energy stocks when the market dropped fifty percent. What happens will you who's thirty percent and tack forty percent, healthcare and fifty percent and energy. So your portfolio's really just diversified for losing and listeners. You know, if you have money in the markets, if you have retirement accounts, you really need to make sure you're truly diversified, Jeff. So how's it at the academy were really able to, you know, take people who were investors and traders, and and really, you know, take them to that next level, and they're investing and trading, and they really help diversify part of the education process and many folks out there do not truly understand. A different asset classes that are available to be traded. We have four x we have futures. These are extremely leveraged instruments that allow us to trade with very little money. An example, we did in class this week because we took the trade on the s and p futures and within a short period of time off of a news announcement and using proper supply and demand techniques. We're able to pocket close to twenty five. Actually, it was twenty two hundred seventy five dollars in about fifteen thirty minutes. Now, of course, that was trading live with the instructor and students in the class were taking the same trades. And they were learning a lot about it. The announcement that we talked about or were trading was the Federal Open Market committee meeting. Now, we see these little tendencies in the marketplace. We look for the opportunities supplies are owns demand John's to enter the trade and time to market, but an understanding of the different asset. Classes allowed us to. Trade using very little capital, and we made substantial profits on that allow us to show you work with you. And at least expose you to what the markets can do learn how to trade and make small trades example in futures class that I was working with this week. We had some students where we were showing how to take just small traits. They were making fifty dollars on a trade the trade lasted all of three to fifteen seconds. But think about it. If they just did one trader day, we've got twenty trading days in a month after you. Learn techniques one trader day at fifty dollars. There's a thousand dollars extra month. Now our students were taken four to eighty stretch. And they were successful one student, particularly brand new trading futures lady she made six consecutive winning trades by understanding a few of the small techniques. Now, they were small gains. But you're looking at fifty dollars time six that's three hundred bucks. You put it in her pocket. She did the same thing. The second day just by following being consistent and taking small profits while learning. Right. Right. And you know listeners if you want to be consistently profit on the markets, you really need to be consistently doing the same things. And and that's what Online Trading Academy really,.

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Researchers interpret new experimental data aimed at showing dark matter interacts with ordinary matter

This Is Only A Test

01:22 min | 4 years ago

Researchers interpret new experimental data aimed at showing dark matter interacts with ordinary matter

"You remember going to Sern couple years ago now and when they were talking about the the discovery of the Higgs bows on the confirmation when the key elements in that discussion wasn't that they, they didn't observe the Higgs bows on directly. They saw the decay products inference. Yeah, and so they are used MU on decay to sort of track back that the Higgs boson occurred. And this week Sern announced that they doubly confirmed in a different decay pattern because Higgs bows on supposedly has more than one decay pattern that what we saw. So what they tracked was actually a bottom antibody court. Decay pattern. Yeah, but naming pattern in in court. Pretty great. We haven't talked about charm corks very much here on on the podcast, but. The standard model predicts something like fifty to sixty percent of Higgs boson decays I think it's fifty. Seven percent would decay in this bottom antibody quirk. Pattern and they finally saw it. So this does just confirm more aspects of the standard model. And if you remember most of that trip, they were like looking for ways to break the standard model of physics. This adds the confirmation, but they're hoping that it's just another point along the way to breaking it.

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Angelina Jolie Gets New Divorce Lawyer Amid Brad Pitt Custody Battle

Rush Limbaugh

00:55 sec | 4 years ago

Angelina Jolie Gets New Divorce Lawyer Amid Brad Pitt Custody Battle

"Let's talk about Angelina Jolie, in the big story from people today okay, that she is focused on healing her family and. She has split from her divorce attorney Laura Wasser that they have gone their separate ways it's been so fascinating to, see the. Sides in this split between Angelina and Brad. Pitt and who feeds which publications which stories so this. Is obviously coming from Angelina camp I sources saying. That she has transitioned to new council she's decided to change her counsel. To another attorney as this attorneys, expertise is the protection and best interest of the children so a spokesperson for Angelina says Angelina appreciates Laura Wasser cooperation in transitioning the case over the. Past several weeks Angelina decided to put this woman named Samantha in charge of, her case she put her in the lead. A month ago and over. The past month, the case has been fully transitioned? To

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Angelina Jolie Making Divorce So Hostile, Her Lawyer is Quitting

The Adam Carolla Show

05:04 min | 4 years ago

Angelina Jolie Making Divorce So Hostile, Her Lawyer is Quitting

"Never, you'll never see it all the plus size models like her everything. Everything's big, but not their head. Their heads never big. It's just they have a wide hips. So the heads, the same size heads, the same signs, it's clinically known as Kirstie alley, yes, in the world and see the plus size ladies. They got a plus size hat on them. Come on, dove have be be progressive enough to give me bucket head, and then I will. I will plot to you. But if you're going to give me sculpted cheeks and just a wide asked, then that's a hot chip with a wide size angry. I didn't think it was going to that angry. Explain all this to my daughter at home. Sorry, Angelina Jolie's divorce from Brad Pitt has gotten so nasty that her lawyer is calling it quits. So is this to urge? No Angelina Jolie's nuts, right. This is this is Joe Lee was damaged at some point. Something happened. I don't. She was molested. I don't know what has she had a crazy parent's her cutting on herself and having suicidal thoughts and stuff like there's something going, she was seventeen Malibu. Oh, did she. No, no. Where she grew not Malibu, she she grow, but but something happened to her that made her into this. I'm gonna cut on my self. I'm gonna blood. I'm going to. I'm going to be suicidal thoughts and whatever. That is the greatest thing ever on the first night you have sex with it right it. But later on when the divorce papers are filed, it is the worst. It's still there. It's all coming out and that it's the greatest sex ever for however long. But when the wheels come off, they really come on really come on into this sources. Tell TMZ that Angie's out for blood wants to kill any relationship. Brad has with the kids and insider says, the actress goat fueled with anger and has gotten ridiculously unreasonable. TMZ celebrity divorce lawyer. Laura Wasser has already let Angie know that she's leaving because things have gotten to venomous. God bless her, but this is why you wanna be with MRs. Garrett type Shirley? Yeah. I mean, we were often on in the early nineties, and when we went our separate ways, we, we disagreed to disagree. We're still left with what you came in. It wasn't all over the tabloids I know about it. She lawyer up. There was no wasn't vitriolic very clean break. That makes sense. She says, apparently, now the divorce is nowhere near settling. It's more like war. It can go no other, I think he should hire. Hi, Rudy Giuliani? Yeah. I mean, that's a good. Good. Yeah. That's good for. Well, Russia has appointed Steven Seagal a special Representative on US Russian humanitarian ties in its nouncement on point Russia in its announcement on Facebook. The Russian foreign ministry said, quote, the task is to promote the further development of Russian American relations in the humanitarian sphere, including interaction in the field of culture, art, public, and youth exchanges and more. Feel with Steven Seagal. Yeah. Yeah. He's gonna rush twenty. Who by the way Stevens? Oh, was even. Wow. Maybe. See, yeah. Apparently he's a longtime supporter of Putin. He said I've always had a very strong desire to do all I can to help improve Russian American relations. I've worked tirelessly in this direction for many years. Unofficially and now very grateful for the opportunity to do the same thing officially. All right. So now that Rodman is working on North Korea. Over there saying we got it, everything's Michael Vincent is going to work with Iraq or who what other crazy celebrity dams phone's ringing. Crazy. Well, I was thinking more of Gary Busey. Work things out with Iraq or something like that. Let's we, we're obviously we're purging ourselves of crazy celebrities where sending all these parts on known for some reason seems to be a little bit effective like I don't know. Yeah. Like I think that might be the plan. We, we don't need these celebrities anymore. Steven Seagal up a young pictures. Now he's his hair, looks like when you pass the beauty parlor and the six year old women are are getting their hair died, but it's still in the foil across their forehead and they don't, you know, they're going to rinse it out or whatever looks to wear. Now. That's what his hair looks like full time from galaxy quest. Now you guys can make fun all you want..

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Multivitamins a waste of money for heart health, researchers say

Dr. Daliah

02:59 min | 4 years ago

Multivitamins a waste of money for heart health, researchers say

"A l i will we got lots to talk about very very busy day tikey rescue was a success all twelve soccer players are football players but we we call the soccer out here alive doing well coach his out everybody's out rescuers out and we'll talk about what's going on and why people are now concerned that they may have something called cave disease we'll talk about that those who go through transgender transformation maybe at higher risk for blood clots and stroke tell you why then there's a new jersey dad who went out crabbing and unfortunately maybe a risk of losing all four of his limbs because he contracted a bacterial infection this isn't the first time we heard people going out into the water and then getting the flesheating bacteria many of you guys were taking vitamins and you take your vitamins you take your vitamins and then the next thing you take more vitamins than you take vitamins and your show everybody you take your vitamins and you post on facebook you're taking your vitamins and you're so proud that you take your vitamins well researchers are saying stop taking them to help your heart that is they're not working they're not doing anything for you so we'll talk about that with stakes because know live guys have spent a lot of money on vitamins i like vitamins i like vitamins as supplements if you're deficient in something but taking them because you think they're gonna make you live longer may not always be the case vaping now probably one of the biggest trends probably more popular than the pet rock ever was but we're being told that vaping does not often help smokers we're been telling people to vape instead of smoking and now we're being told the vaping may not even help so we're going to talk about that there's also a real big nasty wasp that i guess has a big huge stinger that's been scaring the crap out of everybody we're going to talk about that i mean it is like like huge we are talking the stinger is almost as long as the wasp and the reason why wasser super scary is because they don't die after they sting you like these do that we have the new supreme court pick are not the new but we have a brent cavanaugh i believe it's fifty three i think he's fifty three years old he's trump's pick for the supreme court everybody's losing their mind right now the democratic side but we'll talk a little bit about that and then george clooney was in an accident a pretty bad one he has been released from the hospital they'll tell you what's going on there so as you can see we've got a very visited the doctor dr shell but never too busy to take your calls your questions your comments at.

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NSA deletion of more than 685 million call records raises questions

Mo'Kelly

02:09 min | 4 years ago

NSA deletion of more than 685 million call records raises questions

"The wasser ban dangled tickets you could use some anytime or limited time this is kelly show kfi am six forty more stimulating talk down to the kfi news from foreign update demonstrators rallied in cities all over the nation against the trump administration's immigration policy california lieutenant governor gavin newsom was one of today's featured speakers at the families belong together event downtown la the candidate for governor says diversity is what makes la unique i don't know about you but i think the world looks to us looks to each and every one of you to see that it's possible to live together to advance together and prosper together across every conceivable and imaginable different sows people turned out to protest at the event earlier today also speaking at the rally were us representative maxine waters and l a mayor garcetti the feds are filling the recycle bin the national security agency is deleting more than six hundred eightyfive million call records obtained since two thousand fifteen from telecommunication companies in connection with investigations the bulk collection of call records was initially restricted by congress after former contractor edward snowden leaked documents revealing extensive government surveillance a law enacted in june two thousand fifteen said that going forward the info would be retained by the telecoms not the nsa but the agency could access the massive database aaron bender kfi news president trump says he wants to rebuild the nation's transportation infrastructure and to strengthen the us steel industry through tariffs on imports second goal could make it more costly to accomplish the first that's because the president's own tariffs raise steel prices and created uncertainty for big transportation projects steel is essential in the building of bridges roads and railroads pasadena museum of california art is closing museums going to close october seventh when it's three current exhibitions and their runs the pm see a board voted earlier this month to close a museum because they were out of money museum was founded in two thousand two by a wealthy couple traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center.

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