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What's next for Kim & Kanye

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

06:48 min | 2 weeks 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 | 2 weeks 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

02:05 min | 3 months ago

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

"You can't be one of the ones going well I voted and said this happened or while I go vote we worked really hard to get that right Do it, women, men, Black White Brown. So fucking vote. We'll talk to you soon I'm Laura Wasser. All's fair..

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

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

06:06 min | 3 months ago

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

"Devine honors, home, Lake Anderson and Kyle near a, and you might recognize these sweet sultry voices from the hit television program workaholics. We also were on a major hit motion picture game over man heard if you haven't check it out, it's a little licks and we were sitting around and we were bored in quarantine. We're always on these calls and these do draw like I. Miss this dude, Mr Guys it's true I do miss. He guys a lot. I miss you guys so. So we got, Hey, you know what? Our conversations this important. Totally these are important conversations were having and the world needs to hear it. So please do yourself a favor and listen to this is important on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Here, listening to all stare with Laura Wasser I'm Laura and today's show is next chapters and empowering grand women with Moxy. Our guest today is often referred to as the cool twenty-first-century grandmother. She's none other than the Award Winning Lifestyle Blogger entrepreneur and author Susan honey good who upended her dazzling life to help herself and other women over fifty restore purpose positively and Biz ability. And their own lives through musings on hunting good dot com, her stylish interactive book stories for my grandma and her grand women with Moxy facebook group. So honey, let's talk about your website honey good dot com and your grand following on social media. What's the most important message women over fifty need to hear a? No proud. That's the challenge in question but I would say that. And also I think young women feel this way too. But not quite the way older women do. Older women after a certain age. Begin to feel invisible and I don't want him to Because I believe. that. A woman can be beautiful at every age. When she realizes that it's her inner beauty. That is really important. Isn't that hard in the society though where it's so much about aesthetics and how you look and what you wear and what your body is. I mean how? How do we actually practice that you watch do watch grace and Franky. I have. Yes. There was one great episode I don't watch it religiously, but I really do like it and the Creator Marta. Kauffman is a a a friend of mine and there's one episode where they start to realize that they are they're invisible. You don't walk into a store anymore and have anybody look at you either because your heart because they think that you're gonNA steal or whatever just an old lady and they were so invisible that they were standing at the counter waiting to be helped and literally no one she said, we're invisible nobody's looking at us which then led. To them shoplifting many items of Gum and candy which I thought was pretty funny but but I think it's true and I think it is really really hard for charity for women who have been always kind of noticed and appreciated for their looks to all of a sudden walk into a room or walk down the street and not be noticed. Appreciate how how can we as women kind of take that to heart and be able to self love and appreciate even if we're not getting that kind of outside stimulation and appreciation for the way that we look. While I think that you have to have a positive attitude. And I actually think. that. If you can just understand. Let's take a woman walking into a room. And she has gray hair. She's not beautiful. And you're in that room for I'm in that room. And there's a lot of women in the room and she stands out. Why Because of that inner beauty because. She has that sparkle in her eye. That smile on her face. She walks tall she's got a sassine about her. Because she's good to herself and she lights herself now I understand that. that. getting older too many women is not a piece of cake but have to tell you I have met so many women. Of, my generation and a little younger better. So active and do so many interesting things fake and talk about travel even though they have time now. People. Want to listen to them. Right. And I have so many friends. Most have not remarried, but they all have partners. And They are not raving beauties believe. Sure. Hear you say that But I have to tell you one story about my friend choice now joyce. is now in her late eighties. And she told me this story. Over twenty years ago. She lived in Manhattan she on a small newspaper. What happened to her is what you said. She started walking down the avenue or Madison Avenue and no one was looking at her. And after this happened a few times when she arrived home, she talked to her husband cheering she said Jerry. I can't live in New York. Any longer. I reinvent myself every ten years I'm at a point right now I don't know how to reinvent myself. So I think we should move. He.

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

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

04:29 min | 4 months ago

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

"Go. Hi to AL's fair. I'm Laura Wasser and I'm Johnny Rains in today's show is all about infidelity so Laura, would you say that that's the number one cause of divorce? No, I wouldn't I mean every case brings surprises and sometimes disappointment and sometimes delight as to how people conduct themselves. But I really do think that infidelity is more of a symptom of something else that's going on and so again, maybe that's like the final Straw but like. If somebody's looking outside of the relationship whether it's a online infidelity emotional infidelity like we hear about or actual sexual infidelity, there's something else going on and so I'm not gonNA pinpoint infidelity as the reason or the number one cause of divorce. What would you say just from your experience you know and probably changes every day but right this moment, what do you think is the number one cause for divorce growing apart growing apart so That has to do with communication that can have to do with financial issues. People say, Oh, well, if you're going to remodel your house or build a home, then you're going to get divorced obviously if a tragedy happens in your family, the death of a child is sickness but any of these things 'cause a couple to grow apart and that is when likely you will find yourself in an extra marital or extracurricular relationship and so. It's just hard to really say that's what it's because of and I would say and I know I'm being super general. But yes, growing apart and not dealing with issues as they arise is going to be the number one cause of divorce. Anyway, the history of how the relationship has broken down is, what's one of the most fascinating things to me and the things people do have hurt and rage like setting your XS car on fire or we know this happened with one friend of ours cutting the arm or leg off of every item of clothing and his or her closet completely inappropriate social media postings. This is the stuff that I mean I, do like to talk about and I. Think if you hear about it and you experience it and you let it wash over, you may be you don't actually need to do those things yourself. Agreed, agreed I some people just reached their limit though, but then others seem to have the ability to tolerate all kinds of bullshit showed me. For example, speaking of shocking in the Sunday styles section of the New York. Times there is a great column that is about social cues and there is a segment written by Philip gains that forces the question..

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

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

07:14 min | 6 months ago

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

"To announce that we are continuing our journey with a new podcast called scientology? Fair game. What is fair guy? Games term in scientology that that is used to describe a was used to describe the. Taking. Care of and that's the euphemistic term. Okay. Threats an enemies of scientology. What it really is is a series of writings and policies directives by l Ron Hubbard, that layout. Go about destroying someone who is an enemy of Scientology listen to Scientology Fair game on the iheartradio APP apple podcast or wherever you listen to podcasts. You're listening to all spare with Laura Wasser I'm Laura and Janis here with me today, and we're with Anna Danes were speaking about next chapter turning bad luck into good and making music with our very multi-talented recording artist guests. Anna, with all, that's gone on in the world this summer. Do you think music can save us Oh my gosh. Yes. Absolutely. music is essential right now. Because first of all, it's a universal language. You don't even need to understand the lyrics of a song to understand the emotions behind it. second of all, it's inspirational and motivation snow. And can give you. Ideas and feelings that you may have forgotten about. It can remind you that life is beautiful that there is help behind the gloom. and. It also. Can Be the break. We need sometimes just to take our minds off what is going on around us. just like a good movie. A good song will do that as well. have. You been listening to any of these kind of online concerts or things that folks are doing because we can't gather right now during these cova days. My hope is that by the time, this airs will be getting out a little bit more. But I still see concerts jazz clubs maybe not not quite so So immediate in our future. Have you been participating in any of the kind of online music offerings that have been going on? I've been participating I've been listening and watching I've not had a concert myself, but maybe down the road. I kind of wanted to go silent for a while and take everything in and maybe taking the information will allow me to write some new songs. It's been tough watching everything. It's been really tough. You almost do feel silenced. We listen to a clip, find your wings. Can you tell us a little bit about it? Please tell us about the inspiration for it and how you feel now that it's out there in the world being listened to by so many people. Yes find your wings of was written by Cindy, Alexander and myself, and it's a wonderful song about believing in yourself and something that I wrote with my daughter in mind. Seeing her walk down the aisle or just before telling her believing yourself. No matter what? No. Slay, the dragon of self doubts and find your wings slay the Dragon of self-doubt I. Love that. Okay. So Anna we have something that we do in law the called interrogatory way that people answer questions pretrial, you will you play with us. Absolutely. Do you swear? Do, you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing, but the truth I do okay. Anna, which relationship in your life had the most profound impact. Wow. Well, my daughter's me tremendously tremendously, she's She's my reason. Second. Relationship would be with my best friend who is? Turning seventy eight this week. She's full of wisdom and love and goodness and unconditional support. Happy Birthday to her exactly happy birthday, Garin and the third one would be the current romantic relationship. I. Am in because I never thought that existed. What's his name? Let's give him a shout-out just as. High Brad. Brad. Karen Gemini Sister? Happy. Birthday. So, this is a good one for a musician. What is your favorite love song? I. Love. The love songs that are kind of Staffy and sad where you get to squeeze out the emotions in those lyrics and I love performing them too because you can really get in there. So I. Love Songs like in the wee small hours of the morning. Someone to watch over me. Start us. They're basically poetry. It gives us a few lines. Maybe from several lease small hours of the morning. While the whole wide world s astor. You Lie. and. Think about that boy and never ever think of counting she. I. Love It. All. By God. That was great. It used. That movie judy where Renee Zellweger Play Judy Garland. Oh, how amazing that? Not Good. Amazing. Talent both of them talents. Yes. Okay. What's the one piece of advice you'd share with your twenty something year old Self Anna. Oh my gosh. Well. I was very quiet and timid when I was twenty. So I would tell my twenty or something like. You. Do have the right to your opinions. You do have the right to voice them. Don't let anyone put out the fire inside you. And don't be so glomming serious life is for living. I wore a lot of black and smoked a lot of hamburger. It's came out of a communist country. Needed a little bit of time to find your wings statically. I still wear black. Nothing. Wrong with black. Romance. Beautiful as we say. Yes Romantic comedy. Could you watch on repeat? Anna? When Harry met Sally Sleepless in Seattle. Something about. Mary A. We don't get something about very often, but that is a very good one I. Love that movie I, Love that movie. Have you watched it with your daughter yet? No. Holds Up. I just watched with my sons. They were a little confused at certain parts of for the most part of it. Yes. Okay. Cool. Mike her hair her here. All. The part where they were like what's happening here. And I. Thank you so much for sharing your sweet voice with us today and your wonderful outlook on next chapters and your life. Please tell people where they can download your music and where they can find you online. They can download by music on I tunes. They can also hear it on spotify. Andorra. and. ANNA DANES.

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

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

02:13 min | 8 months ago

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

"All share a passion for entertaining and educating the candidates community will be discussing the pros and the cons of all things cannabis, including new laws and regulations listen to cannabis. Talk One on one on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts are wherever you get your podcasts. I packed his family law, which I've told you as a euphemism for being a divorce lawyer, but for those of you listening have decided to cast your lot with another, and as they say, take the plunge and get married. Let me give you some advice. Conversations about money certainly are not sexy, but they should give each of you some clarity and enable you to enter into your marriage with a better understanding of each other, and what's important. Work and home responsibilities, joint or separate accounts budgets, etc, these are all subjects which should be discussed. This is the all's fair podcast where we discuss relationships including ones till death do part I'm your host Laura, Wasser and today's show is all about weddings, but only the chic EST weddings were speaking with l.. A new york-based event producer yves fought. Orrin, who has town and country says is legendary for pulling off seemingly impossible weddings, effortless APLOMB. You fought. What are some of the most unique elements you've produced for a wedding? I. One of the things that were known for these incredible buildouts like. If you you know, we build bridges over waters, we yeah. It's kind of like crazy amount of engineering that goes on. There's a lot of things that I'm really proud of over the years. We've built like these incredible structures. Were also like probably private. You know we don't usually. There's a lot of stuff like our portfolios, not really available online like rightly. You have to call and now talk to you and. if it's a good fit and we'll send portfolio. But. We. You know we've constructed a incredible greenhouse in the middle of Chelsea, you now like. I'm trying to think of some of the most beautiful. We've..

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

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

01:41 min | 9 months ago

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

"Through what may be one of the most terrifying times in their lives along the way, 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 it's me Laura, Wasser and me Johnny rains. Thanks for joining us today. Most people listening know something about my work as an attorney. and. We all knew out. There love it when she gets all lawyerly, so you're in luck today because our show is about the law family law to be exact and the effect, covid nineteen is having on the family lock community across the United States. For example that store you sent me about the divorced Er Doctor I. Think Names Eric Agreeing. In, Florida we lost custody temporarily upper daughter amid corona virus fear. She says it's discriminatory. Do you think it is i? Don't know if it's discriminatory about I. I'm very torn by that one, because we really are trying so hard as family law practitioners to weigh the risks of spreading and exposing and having a kid who may not get it be a carrier to also the huge appreciation that we're having for healthcare workers. We'll talk a little bit more about that. I, think with the judge. TEASER! solent. Yes, and as you said, we're going to dive deeper into family law into the whole family lock conversation in a moment, but for those of you with hopes to avoid family law court altogether we came across these tips that might help you while you're sheltering in place with your.

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"wasser" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

02:50 min | 10 months ago

"wasser" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

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Stuff Mom Never Told You

05:14 min | 10 months ago

"wasser" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Of it I think you may see people come out of their relationships with a better deeper understand each other than they had before all 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 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? Leave I. Don't get it, but putting ourselves in to the quarantine lifestyle. It's 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. They 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, 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?.

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

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

07:15 min | 10 months 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

05:02 min | 10 months ago

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

"I'm Robert Evans. Host behind the bastards and it could happen here. I spent a lot of my career in my time writing about fascism and surging authoritarianism in the world and I'm generally pretty bummed out as a result so in July of two thousand nineteen. I traveled the world looking for hope. And I founded in what you might consider to be an unlikely place northeastern Syria a place called Rhodesia when you heard this referred to in its people referred to in the news, generally called just the Kurds. What I found in Rhodesia in the summer of two thousand, nineteen, with so much stranger, and so much more revolutionary than the story of a group of people valiantly battling against Isis, Instead I found the story of the war in. Syria that you haven't seen on the news. It's the story of an idealist dream that had the unlikely chance to flower in the dry flame racked plains of northeast. Syria I'm Robert Evans and this is the women's war. Listen to the women's war on the iheartradio APP apple, podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. I'm Laura Wasser and you're listening to the all's fair podcast. Where nothing is off limits, I've never. Certainly humans are meant from monogamy, but if you've decided to give it a try, please keep listening. Today's show is about the secret to successful marriage. My guest today is New, York Times, bestselling author, Eve risky. Her book is called Fair play a game changing solution for when you have too much to do and more life to live so eve. We were talking before about your cards, so you started to come up with some of these cards. That would do what so what? What I realized was that in my ten years of practice with the men that looked like the HBO should succession. Guy Was that when you ask someone, are you GonNa die or very complex difficult questions, or what do you want to do when you die with your succession, you know a lot of men would say or women I'm not going to die where you know the conversation just sort of clams up, but what I realized about a decade ago. was something really beautiful about using cards? What is picture your legacy? What does it look like? He's like an ocean so? Patient practice I've been using cards to open up difficult conversations for a decade. Wow, so I figured would if we sort of turn the using organizational management principals becoming my own client. What if we do these exercises in the home and then so I basically turned the. Should I do spreadsheet into a card game? Where each card of the fairplay system, it's a figurative card game. You can also download the cards. Fairplay Life Dot Com actual cards to. To play every card represents a task..

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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 | 11 months 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 Velvet's Edge

Velvet's Edge

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"wasser" Discussed on Velvet's Edge

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

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

02:20 min | 1 year ago

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

"Either it's <Speech_Female> me Laura Wasser. <Speech_Female> You might know me <Speech_Female> best as a divorce. Attorney <Speech_Music_Female> who represents <Speech_Music_Female> high profile <Speech_Music_Female> clients. <Speech_Female> Actually the <Speech_Female> reason that I I <Speech_Female> started practicing <Speech_Female> family law and have stayed <Speech_Female> with it for over. <Speech_Female> Twenty years is <Speech_Female> because I'm fascinated <Speech_Female> by human nature. <Speech_Female> How <Speech_Female> people deal <Speech_Female> with their <Speech_Female> love interests us. <Speech_Female> Crimes of <Speech_Female> passion breakup <Speech_Female> make-up's <Speech_Female> hookups. <Speech_Female> I WanNa <Speech_Female> talk about it and I want <Speech_Female> to keep that conversation <Speech_Female> open to <Speech_Female> all kinds of people. <Speech_Female> That's why we <Speech_Female> started. It's over <Speech_Female> easy. So <Speech_Female> many people came to me <Speech_Female> with questions about <Speech_Female> breaking up and moving <Speech_Female> on I thought it was essential <Speech_Female> that we create a <Speech_Female> community where <Speech_Female> people could do it more cost <Speech_Female> effectively <Speech_Female> and as the masters <Speech_Female> their own destiny. <Speech_Female> Then <Speech_Female> we started the divorce. <Speech_Female> Sucks podcast <Speech_Female> which had people talking <Speech_Female> about divorce <Speech_Female> breaking <Speech_Female> up and their next <Speech_Female> chapters it. It <Speech_Female> occurred to us that <Speech_Female> we were covering so <Speech_Female> much more ground. <Speech_Female> And there was so much more <Speech_Female> to cover <Speech_Female> that we rebranded <Speech_Female> as <Speech_Female> all's fair <Speech_Music_Female> all's <Speech_Female> fair in love and war or <Speech_Female> as a proverb that was <Speech_Music_Female> attributed to John <Speech_Music_Female> Lilly back in like <Speech_Music_Female> the fifteen <Speech_Music_Female> or sixteen hundred. <Speech_Music_Female> It's often <Speech_Female> used to describe <Speech_Female> a situation where people <Speech_Female> don't follow the <Speech_Female> usual rules of behavior <Speech_Female> and do <Speech_Female> things which are normally <Speech_Female> considered unfair. <Speech_Female> I tend <Speech_Female> to say a lot <Speech_Female> to clients because they <Speech_Female> always want to talk about <Silence> fairness and family <Speech_Female> law. There <Speech_Female> is no fairness us. <Speech_Female> All's Fair <Speech_Female> in love and war <Speech_Female> really encompasses the <Speech_Female> idea <Speech_Female> that people act <Speech_Female> differently when it comes <Silence> to matters of the <Speech_Female> heart on <Speech_Female> all's fair we'll talk <Speech_Female> about all kinds of <Speech_Female> relationships. <Speech_Female> It's starting right <Speech_Female> here on Iheart <Speech_Music_Female> on February eleventh <Speech_Music_Female> just in time for <Speech_Music_Female> Valentine's Day <Speech_Music_Female> and my first <Speech_Music_Female> guest <SpeakerChange> is Kim <Speech_Female> Kardashian. You <Speech_Female> made a deal the <Speech_Female> Ryen by <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> these on <Speech_Female> your credit card and <Speech_Female> I promise you I'll pay <Speech_Female> you back with interest <Speech_Female> within like two <Speech_Female> weeks. And he <Speech_Female> was like okay but he would make <Speech_Female> me sign a contract contract <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> this is how my parents <Speech_Female> were to for everything <Speech_Female> had <Speech_Female> to have a whole argument <Speech_Female> lined up and had <Speech_Female> negotiated <Speech_Female> my brother's allowance <Speech_Female> for him to <Speech_Female> and took <SpeakerChange> now. Wow <Speech_Female> Oh yeah. There's <Speech_Female> no way <Speech_Female> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Female> either <Speech_Female> with her on my <Speech_Female> gosh. <SpeakerChange> That's so <Speech_Female> funny but <Speech_Music_Female> so more. Nothing <Speech_Female> is off limits guys. I <Speech_Female> tap the subscribe <Speech_Female> button. And tell all <Speech_Female> your friends to <Speech_Female> also fair <Speech_Female> with Laura Wasser launches <Speech_Female> on February Eleventh <Speech_Music_Female> Heart <Speech_Music_Female> Apple podcasts. <Speech_Music_Female> And all your <Speech_Music_Female> favorite podcast APPS <Speech_Music_Female> check us out.

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"wasser" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:03 min | 1 year 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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"wasser" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

10:55 min | 1 year ago

"wasser" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"Welcome to curious with Josh Peck. Start the show. Welcome back to the curious podcast. My name is Josh Packing. I'm your host and your name is listener. And that's what you do you listen not along not along today fuck that I don't feel good. You boy is a little under the the weather. That's right I'm fallible damn it. I'm an imperfect human. Who can you know what I can catch a bugger three? And that's my my truth and I'm not gonNA hide it anymore because I want to get real intimate with you guys and not Harvey Weinstein intimate. I WANNA get emotionally intimate. I want to I want you guys to know the real me and the real me is feeling a little gassy and a little indigestion and a lot of nausea her. But we're really not feeling much insecurity at the moment because I've obviously just over shared anyway. The Academy Awards were announced name the nomination and wonderful films lots of art art contests gotTa Love Him. Because it's obviously based completely you know it's totally objective and it. It just like an easy point system to decide what piece of artists better than the other. Obviously come on this is. This is clear to photo-finish you know what I mean. But one notable movie performance it was completely left out which just ruffled feathers and stuck in my craw was Adam Sandler and uncut gems. This let me tell you guys something and I just have to share this first of all Sandman. Adam Adam Sandler what a fucking performance you gave and listen if me bloviating about your prowess is not only an actor. Put an artist makes you compelled to come on my podcasts soapy. It but it's not about not for me not for me. I'm into it because I just WanNa look another artists in the face audio style and I want to say you fucking killed it. My friend knocked it out of the park. One one of his best performances without a doubt uncut gems softy. Brothers Holy Shit guys. What did you do that you know I work I? I work a little bit in show business so like I do know what it takes to put together a film and and from its inception to its final delivery. It's it's fucking lightning in a bottle auto when it really works. I mean I always make this joke. Nobody on you know well maybe not nobody but most movies anyone makes. Everyone always looking around at each other during filming going. I think I think we got something really really special. This is this is going to be see you guys. It's on dance. See guys on the big stage you know I think very rarely. Does anyone go into going. Like this is a clunker. There's hot trash man. This is GONNA pay for two years and my kids private school in that. It's the only good it's going to do me because it's going to be an artistic brushfire God damn it but anyway even you know the movies with the best intentions sometimes with a lot of money in research behind it. Don't quite connect but this this. This movie was excellent. UNCUT GEMS unbelievable softy. Brothers you WanNa be on the PODCAST. You why ban open invitation I will. I'll come to you assuming you're you you know within the Los Angeles area even New York. Listen I I I travel with this podcast. I'm make the rounds. I duNNo. I talk like this sometimes. It kind of amuses me in sort of turns me off so with that being said on today's show Laura Wasser sort of the I I I don't WanNa call her the divorce attorney to the stars but she's brilliant She is an attorney. She's the managing partner as she'll come to find out of her law firm. I saw her perform or be interviewed at my friend. Neave showman and his wife Laura's show at the Largo which was really good and as soon as I saw her come on stage in the stories that she was sharing in her inside. I was like Oh my gosh I would love to have her on the podcast and she did not disappoint she's She has a website called it over. Easy Dot Com which you will come to find out exactly what kind of website that is spoiler. Alert IT Sadah get divorced in a Jiffy but I don't know she was just a wealth of information. She's incredibly smart and I picked her brain and yeah and don't don't get any fucking ideas guys because I'm happily married okay. We are going strong two plus years but you know. Listen I do this for you guys. You know what I mean I do for you see. You're welcome anyway. Enjoy Laura Wasser. Yeah feel free to use headphones. Let me know if the level here pull that. Yeah sound good yes love it. Thank you for doing this. It's my pleasure very excited. So being like the preeminent divorce attorney. I'm just going to say globally okay. I'll let you. We're not sure. Do you believe in love absolutely not only that. I'll do win better. I believe in marriage as well. I really do really what I don't believe leave in is I don't believe in staying in a miserable relationship and I also don't believe in making breakup breakup whether they'd be divorced or moving out of cohabitation situation or transitioning from being parents who live under the same roof to Co parents who live in different homes and and animosity rid ridden miserable process. What are their statistics? Right now of marriages that succeed as opposed to marriages end in divorce. The divorce rate in this country is still fifty percent now again. It's always skewed. It is my understanding that fewer people are getting married And so that doesn't we can't necessarily track the people that are in long term relationships relationships and then break up or parents of children that never got married like I was So it's hard to say I like I said I'm hearing that the divorce rate just dropping but I've not actually seen those statistics I've read a lot of articles about it and I'm waiting to see how that actually pans out. I will tell you as a divorced practitioner. I am not seeing seeing any lag whatsoever in southern California and again that's an high end cases that we represent at our firm and also self represented litigants when I'm downtown in Los Angeles and on my website. It's over easy. People are still getting divorced in droves so any a work. Yes Oh my God. This is so multi-tiered because you know I'm newly married congratulations. Thank you for your not wearing your ring. I might not supposed to say that. Please our just ring. Think what can I say. Diamond Co names. I so I recently got the letter of her name tattooed on my finger. Okay because I'm not yeah. My Dad never wore ring. Although that didn't work out too. Well Anyway I get that my ex and we were not married but we had a kid. I was pregnant and I was like well. I'm totally like ripping my body apart. So what are you GonNa do this day. He still has my initials on his wrist. Very nice I mean. He's a lawyer and my initials are law so he totally played off. It's fine. Oh that's great. Like my last name is peck and my wife's name is paid so I said don't get any idea exactly because I got an easy out here there. You Go Why do you think you never got married? I didn't get married. I got married for like fourteen months when I was twenty. Five Live so and we didn't have kids like George Clooney remember like before he got married been married for a second. Yes okay so yeah but except for the differences I didn't. Where's where's my? I'm all you need your mail a mall. I have my mail. Amal he's loved tend to get married exactly my email So so I was married. Heard really briefly When I was twenty five gorgeous wedding ten bridesmaids ten groomsmen huge party at the hotel and then we kind of realized that probably probably marriage wasn't quite for us and then after that maybe ten years later I moved in with somebody we were in a very monogamous relationship? We had a baby and then a few years after the baby was born we split up and then I met another guy in got together with him and had a baby and then a couple years after that baby was born. We split up so I've got to kids from two different dads neither whom I was married and put it this way. We're all together at Thanksgiving everybody real and my current boyfriend and his tickets. Yes would what do you attribute that to think part of it has to do with the way that my parents split up and how amicable and child center they were and I think a lot of it has to do with what I do for a living and what might kind of life mission has become which is to make to change the face of divorce to make it so that I mean people get been getting divorced for a longtime and. What's really astonishing to me is that there's been so little change in the way we approach it that stupid not? There's nothing to say breakup our heart. They are sad. What is heartbreaking? It's difficult but it doesn't have to be as acrimonious as so many people make it and it certainly doesn't have to be as expensive and so if we can do it in a way. Hey that keeps our finances intact and our Saiki intact and yes. It said. You should be seeing somebody a mental health practitioner. Or if you can't afford that you know group support at your church or your temple or your local college. Whatever it is having those conversations but not necessarily with an attorney most divorces in this country are not that complicated we should be figuring out custody in ways that kids get as much time with each of their parents as possible? Assuming parents are you know again. They don't have to be perfect parents. None of us are but as long as nobody's beating or sexually abusing anybody or a drug and alcohol addict then even though if he's not the greatest down the whole world okay. They don't brush their teeth every single time they they sleep at his house. They still should have the benefit of knowing who their father is growing.

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"wasser" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

10:55 min | 1 year ago

"wasser" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"Welcome to curious with Josh Peck. Start the show. Welcome back to the curious podcast. My name is Josh Packing. I'm your host and your name is listener. And that's what you do you listen not along not along today fuck that I don't feel good. You boy is a little under the the weather. That's right I'm fallible damn it. I'm an imperfect human. Who can you know what I can catch a bugger three? And that's my my truth and I'm not gonNA hide it anymore because I want to get real intimate with you guys and not Harvey Weinstein intimate. I WANNA get emotionally intimate. I want to I want you guys to know the real me and the real me is feeling a little gassy and a little indigestion and a lot of nausea her. But we're really not feeling much insecurity at the moment because I've obviously just over shared anyway. The Academy Awards were announced name the nomination and wonderful films lots of art art contests gotTa Love Him. Because it's obviously based completely you know it's totally objective and it. It just like an easy point system to decide what piece of artists better than the other. Obviously come on this is. This is clear to photo-finish you know what I mean. But one notable movie performance it was completely left out which just ruffled feathers and stuck in my craw was Adam Sandler and uncut gems. This let me tell you guys something and I just have to share this first of all Sandman. Adam Adam Sandler what a fucking performance you gave and listen if me bloviating about your prowess is not only an actor. Put an artist makes you compelled to come on my podcasts soapy. It but it's not about not for me not for me. I'm into it because I just WanNa look another artists in the face audio style and I want to say you fucking killed it. My friend knocked it out of the park. One one of his best performances without a doubt uncut gems softy. Brothers Holy Shit guys. What did you do that you know I work I? I work a little bit in show business so like I do know what it takes to put together a film and and from its inception to its final delivery. It's it's fucking lightning in a bottle auto when it really works. I mean I always make this joke. Nobody on you know well maybe not nobody but most movies anyone makes. Everyone always looking around at each other during filming going. I think I think we got something really really special. This is this is going to be see you guys. It's on dance. See guys on the big stage you know I think very rarely. Does anyone go into going. Like this is a clunker. There's hot trash man. This is GONNA pay for two years and my kids private school in that. It's the only good it's going to do me because it's going to be an artistic brushfire God damn it but anyway even you know the movies with the best intentions sometimes with a lot of money in research behind it. Don't quite connect but this this. This movie was excellent. UNCUT GEMS unbelievable softy. Brothers you WanNa be on the PODCAST. You why ban open invitation I will. I'll come to you assuming you're you you know within the Los Angeles area even New York. Listen I I I travel with this podcast. I'm make the rounds. I duNNo. I talk like this sometimes. It kind of amuses me in sort of turns me off so with that being said on today's show Laura Wasser sort of the I I I don't WanNa call her the divorce attorney to the stars but she's brilliant She is an attorney. She's the managing partner as she'll come to find out of her law firm. I saw her perform or be interviewed at my friend. Neave showman and his wife Laura's show at the Largo which was really good and as soon as I saw her come on stage in the stories that she was sharing in her inside. I was like Oh my gosh I would love to have her on the podcast and she did not disappoint she's She has a website called it over. Easy Dot Com which you will come to find out exactly what kind of website that is spoiler. Alert IT Sadah get divorced in a Jiffy but I don't know she was just a wealth of information. She's incredibly smart and I picked her brain and yeah and don't don't get any fucking ideas guys because I'm happily married okay. We are going strong two plus years but you know. Listen I do this for you guys. You know what I mean I do for you see. You're welcome anyway. Enjoy Laura Wasser. Yeah feel free to use headphones. Let me know if the level here pull that. Yeah sound good yes love it. Thank you for doing this. It's my pleasure very excited. So being like the preeminent divorce attorney. I'm just going to say globally okay. I'll let you. We're not sure. Do you believe in love absolutely not only that. I'll do win better. I believe in marriage as well. I really do really what I don't believe leave in is I don't believe in staying in a miserable relationship and I also don't believe in making breakup breakup whether they'd be divorced or moving out of cohabitation situation or transitioning from being parents who live under the same roof to Co parents who live in different homes and and animosity rid ridden miserable process. What are their statistics? Right now of marriages that succeed as opposed to marriages end in divorce. The divorce rate in this country is still fifty percent now again. It's always skewed. It is my understanding that fewer people are getting married And so that doesn't we can't necessarily track the people that are in long term relationships relationships and then break up or parents of children that never got married like I was So it's hard to say I like I said I'm hearing that the divorce rate just dropping but I've not actually seen those statistics I've read a lot of articles about it and I'm waiting to see how that actually pans out. I will tell you as a divorced practitioner. I am not seeing seeing any lag whatsoever in southern California and again that's an high end cases that we represent at our firm and also self represented litigants when I'm downtown in Los Angeles and on my website. It's over easy. People are still getting divorced in droves so any a work. Yes Oh my God. This is so multi-tiered because you know I'm newly married congratulations. Thank you for your not wearing your ring. I might not supposed to say that. Please our just ring. Think what can I say. Diamond Co names. I so I recently got the letter of her name tattooed on my finger. Okay because I'm not yeah. My Dad never wore ring. Although that didn't work out too. Well Anyway I get that my ex and we were not married but we had a kid. I was pregnant and I was like well. I'm totally like ripping my body apart. So what are you GonNa do this day. He still has my initials on his wrist. Very nice I mean. He's a lawyer and my initials are law so he totally played off. It's fine. Oh that's great. Like my last name is peck and my wife's name is paid so I said don't get any idea exactly because I got an easy out here there. You Go Why do you think you never got married? I didn't get married. I got married for like fourteen months when I was twenty. Five Live so and we didn't have kids like George Clooney remember like before he got married been married for a second. Yes okay so yeah but except for the differences I didn't. Where's where's my? I'm all you need your mail a mall. I have my mail. Amal he's loved tend to get married exactly my email So so I was married. Heard really briefly When I was twenty five gorgeous wedding ten bridesmaids ten groomsmen huge party at the hotel and then we kind of realized that probably probably marriage wasn't quite for us and then after that maybe ten years later I moved in with somebody we were in a very monogamous relationship? We had a baby and then a few years after the baby was born we split up and then I met another guy in got together with him and had a baby and then a couple years after that baby was born. We split up so I've got to kids from two different dads neither whom I was married and put it this way. We're all together at Thanksgiving everybody real and my current boyfriend and his tickets. Yes would what do you attribute that to think part of it has to do with the way that my parents split up and how amicable and child center they were and I think a lot of it has to do with what I do for a living and what might kind of life mission has become which is to make to change the face of divorce to make it so that I mean people get been getting divorced for a longtime and. What's really astonishing to me is that there's been so little change in the way we approach it that stupid not? There's nothing to say breakup our heart. They are sad. What is heartbreaking? It's difficult but it doesn't have to be as acrimonious as so many people make it and it certainly doesn't have to be as expensive and so if we can do it in a way. Hey that keeps our finances intact and our Saiki intact and yes. It said. You should be seeing somebody a mental health practitioner. Or if you can't afford that you know group support at your church or your temple or your local college. Whatever it is having those conversations but not necessarily with an attorney most divorces in this country are not that complicated we should be figuring out custody in ways that kids get as much time with each of their parents as possible? Assuming parents are you know again. They don't have to be perfect parents. None of us are but as long as nobody's beating or sexually abusing anybody or a drug and alcohol addict then even though if he's not the greatest down the whole world okay. They don't brush their teeth every single time they they sleep at his house. They still should have the benefit of knowing who their father is growing.

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

NFL Live

07:15 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:47 min | 1 year 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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Researchers interpret new experimental data aimed at showing dark matter interacts with ordinary matter

This Is Only A Test

01:22 min | 2 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 | 2 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 | 2 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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Wasser, Malcolm Jenkins and NFL discussed on WGR Programming

WGR Programming

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Wasser, Malcolm Jenkins and NFL discussed on WGR Programming

"Try. And get better and then we've got an off day to recover again and then. Back at it, but for me it's good Wasser now or just had a good walk through in the list, and some meetings and you can get out to practice me time a presentation, given by NFL referees to the eagles on the, new helmet rule cost. Frustration and confusion among the players under, the new rule a player will be penalized fifteen yards and potentially find add orange Jackson for lowering his head to initiate make contact with helmet. Against an opponent Malcolm Jenkins hearkening back on that Super Bowl hit. On Brandin cooks No I won't get I didn't. Use my head purposely I didn't mind. Loss, with only minor I was clear That's not one. From our conversation Jesse.

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Multivitamins a waste of money for heart health, researchers say

Dr. Daliah

02:59 min | 2 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 | 2 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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