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Guatemalan Women and Girls Protest Skyrocketing Cases of Femicides

Morning Edition

01:05 min | 9 months ago

Guatemalan Women and Girls Protest Skyrocketing Cases of Femicides

"Hundreds of Guatemalan women took to the streets Sunday not only to commemorate international women's Day but also to demand action from authorities regarding an increasing number of disappearances and killings of young girls and women. Real, Martin reports. The woman marched through the streets of central Guatemala City carrying signs that read. We want to live And why does feminists and bother you more than femicide? According to the Observatory of Women at the Public Ministry. Every day, at least four waterman women are reported disappeared off all complaints of violent crime in the country more than 70% involve violence against women. 11,000 complaints have been filed this year alone. Authorities say many more crimes go on reported and that violence against women has increased with the pandemic. Some marchers spray painted the walls of a church, leading to criticism of the women's march on social media in this conservative country for

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"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

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"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"In data processing custodial work transportation sort of sales. I in the individual will go through the entire process from application to employment together and i will fade away over the course of three months to three years up until that individual becomes completely sustaining. Using the skills that they have at their hand and the skills that we teach them path point and establishing natural supports for example. You know the assistant manager may have special interest in my client and they form a bond outside of my professional involvement and that bond and carries on as i fade away slowly. So it's it's kind of like let's get people involved. Let's keep get people busy and let's seek out opportunities and that's that's that's path point and there are many organizations like that at amazing. Do you see a growing network. You've done this for many years. You see that. There's a bigger acceptance from the community at large in terms of people with mental health issues or developmentally developmental disabilities. It's a joy. And i think it speaks to this part of humanity that doesn't get talked about or or massaged enough which is like we feel. Good when we make amends. We feel good when we recognize. There's a need that we can fulfill that needed. We can share it and we don't necessarily need accolades young man who worked in fawns up glendale and this individual. If you see him you immediately recognize that there. There's something different about him but the joy in the loved this individual is brought to this vons. glendale has has changed the dynamic of even the coworkers. There's you know it. And that's been said to us directly. It's like we're so glad that he is here and we could clean themselves these other things about themselves through his experience. If that makes any sense it's great to hear this story. We don't hear enough about these kind of programs and the kind of work that people like you are doing the way. I met us very very unusual story. It was on a game show years ago and it was one of the greatest things i've ever seen..

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"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"The accountability does fall on validating black america and saying there's been a biblical level of in humane systematic slights to are african american citizens and frankly from my perspective it would be an honor in should be an honor to every single white person that has the ability to say. You know what this really did happen. I didn't intend for it to happen. I wish it didn't happen. But i have the tools to help try and steered in the right direction and the great thing i can say about. The united states of america is we are still the country that can address this in my world travel as a as a public speaker and international public speaker racism. Racism against black people is a global problem. it's a very it's a humanitarian problem. It's just not an american problem. But here in america i think we can really begin to start to take even bigger steps into looking at ourselves. Just like jennifer said earlier. It's an inside job in a were. We're sort of inside this egg so to speak if i'm understanding that that that rationale to some degree but it's like we have the potential to really work at how human beings looking. I sincerely believe that we have a chance in this country to address what truly is a global situation a global experience and that is profound systematic racism against people of color mostly black people in the united states having having lived in a mixed race family mixed race communities and having seen how cohabitation and in cooperation canidu- exist. I think only in america. And that's why i hope so. Strongly that the progressive liberal side will continue to have at least some power. Is that only i think in america. Can we really experiment with holding ourselves accountable. And when i say that it's like it's not a shameful thing to be a white person in feel guilt. I think it's i think it's a great thing i think it's progressive and powerful thing to say. Yeah shit happens. People get advantages and other people have disadvantages and when he can recognize him and try to even the score. that's wonderful. i'm a person of of privilege for sure. I'm also jewish. And i've experienced a lot of antisemitism. When i was growing up in boston but i can't relate to it to that level i mean we've had some violence against us for being jewish so i just think it's the time to to talk about it and to actually make an effort to to reach across and to just say look this happened. It's not enough to say look Everybody owns slaves. And that's just how it was then. That's not that's not an answer for a country. It's actually wrong. It's wrong and needs to be in needs to be it's express and dealt with. It's a horrible horrible thing. It's columbus day. Today go back and look at you know. Columbus was a human being but he was also an abuser and he was also rapist and he was also a lot of other things. it's still columbus day but this is wrong. You have to come out and call it out. What you're saying is that there are things that can be done. But i you have to be accountable even though you may not have done anything specifically not doing something is the accountability. Not speaking up or not. Bring up these conversations right yeah. I think that there's some genuine hope in trying to embrace the amends process..

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"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"You do it by yourself first and then you reach out and connect with someone else's always somebody to connect with whether it's online in person. I don't care if you're focused on. What the government is doing. You're already lost because it's not about what the government's doing we've seen that system and it doesn't work we. I don't know how many times we need to get the message that it doesn't work. It doesn't work for you. You connect with each other and build your country and the leaders will follow you and so much can be done and it's a simple fa starts with. Hey here's where matt hey. I noticed that. I'm really feeling down because i'm watching all this news. I'm gonna shut it off. And i'm going to put something in. That feels good. What feels good to me. These are simple things but your background is so interesting From growing up in the family that you did now when you see what's going on with race now from your perspective what do you feel. What do you think. And how do you approach that from our family perspective we. We held ourselves accountable. And oftentimes around the dinner table. We would speak to race relations and the cultural identities that we carried and then sort of like the real time experiences we were having that either sort of validated stereotypes. Very often as a family you know. Comprised of caucasians and african americans whites blacks. However you wanna say it my family and stepfamily combined. We held ourselves accountable. And we talked about stereotypes. We talked about the many ways that stereotypes are are validated. A lot of the times and we never really were able to crack the code around systematic racism. It was at the time in the seventies circumstantial. Like when my grandfather would make a racist comment by steph. father sometimes would say well. He's actually making sense. I have a lot of friends. It behaved that way within the african american community in vice versa. With white people. You know certain ways that we conduct ourselves privileges that that we entitled ourselves to consciously subconsciously. Expectations fears all of this stuff. But we really hadn't about sort of the government and serve orchestrated red red lining. I think it's called and some of the green book or something like that. The very very clear instances of racism that that do exist. I was never really aware of that until quite frankly recently. Within the last ten or fifteen years and those things were talked about. So i think at the end of the day..

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"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"From time to time it can get very heavy very hopeless in it. It literally affects your psycho neurobiology the chemicals in your body because the mid brain doesn't know you're watching the news. It thinks it's something that's happening to you. That part of your brain. That's responsible for survival. Puts you in that survival program all the time so the only way to get out of the only ways to rise up and you can do that. Basically in a couple of ways one is by saying look things have to come apart in order to get fixed they do. There was a lot wrong or this wouldn't have. We would not be in this mess no matter what side of the fence. You're on we all got ourselves here right. And i've said this before that. We're kind of this chronically. Adolescent culture were just. It wasn't going in the right direction no matter what right so really kind of looking. What can i own. Where can i be the best version of myself. If an egg is broken from an outside force benz if an egg is broken up by an insight force life begins right so if we can kind of look at stuff has to be broken here. Tons of stuff isn't working and it's gonna be uncomfortable and it's gonna be messy and then we rise up together and figure out. What do we want things to look like each one of us being the best version of ourselves that we can that can start with a difficult conversation with a family member. you know. there's lots of families were people are in different size of the political spectrum. And it's ruining families are families not talking to each other. It's crazy but if the other thing that's really hard is people don't like the truth. We'll talk about the truth. Nobody likes the truth. If it doesn't agree with them right like a year what they think is the truth so really coming together and being prepared to have your worldview shaken a little bit and to find where you have things in common. That is the answer and listen. It sounds difficult and in some ways. It sounds over in a super simplified. But that's the truth and it can start in your own family..

"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"Insert funky seventies music birthday of iron and and all hell broke loose with by normally easygoing laid-back sets of grandparents in a black man and three of his biological children have married a white women with three of her biological children and then the world began for me and my siblings as well. Now that we're all older we talk about it and much more humorous ways. I mean racism and you know overt kinds of political stuff and privilege. Oh my god was privileged so apparent an odd. I remember my stepbrother. Bill who kind of launched my acting career for me Bill junior he and i were searching for apartments in new york and he informed me that i was the one who had to go and speak with a landlord. Pretty naive guy. You know frankly. I just was kind always been sort of just kind of going through life easy. I'm privileged in that way. And i i didn't really get it but when i said why. Are you going with me. And i had to be reminded by my then like nineteen twenty year old brother because you're white and go. Yeah that's right and so. It was jeb so many of those kinds of stories coupled with some amazing breakthroughs my racist archie bunker grandfather going through a process of meeting my stepfather in calling him the n word to his face and various other derogatory terms and sarcastic remarks to over the course of about seven or eight years following the birth of my half sister barbara who we lovingly call are mixed peanut so here we go by. Stepfather began by by dropping off his white family to visit their white family on holidays over the course of seven or eight years breaking down fears and barriers and preconceived systematic racism. Type things to carving the thanksgiving day turkey it again. What was essentially a version of arc archie bunkers house. So i got to watch it. Oh my my frightened grandparents confused. Old school grandparents grow comfortable with black.

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"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"A break. And there is such a thing as digital anxiety and digital depression. Put the devices down. Turn the news off it. You know if you think about the news if we literally thought about news that was coming into our brain all the time it would literally be good news good news good news like tons of good news on a little blips of bad news worldwide. Think about as you move through your day. Most people are nice to each other. Nobody's fighting. Nobody's screaming walk out into the world. Luckily for us where we are most of the time. There's really good stuff happening all around you. But you wouldn't know that from watching the news you actually have to mix it up a little bit so little bit of news little bit of inspiration. Okay bring in something. That's inspirational to you. I don't care if it's the sports moment if it's a moment from your life if it's pictures if it's nature whatever it is bring that unconsciously and then you'll be you'll be orienting yourself so that you can get a little bit more balance but if you if you zone out to the news or you watch a few hours of whatever you watch That's new that's you know sort of news content. It's like eating a plate fudge. You're eating it. You're trying to figure out what's going on and you end up feeling like crap. This is not promoting health in the country. And it's not. It's not getting you toward a better country or a better family or a better you know or a higher quality of life and sometimes you are gonna zone out but just remember before the days out put something good in the tank. Put a piece of music whatever. It is skill of the week. Call it. The eagle whatever. It is look at things from different. Different perspectives. i'm a personal looks. Life from no sides. Now i'm not both sides now but i'm no sides now so i'm trying.

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"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"You'll calm down. You'll find ways to connect with the other side of the argument in ways that you never would have been able to if you never got out of that chair. Well i love this. And then and what i like about. I love the physical ization of a different perspective. I also love the term. The big picture. 'cause if you're looking from above if you're going from above you're looking at the big picture look you look at the overview even if you stood from one part of the room and then you move to another part of you move to a different part of the even if you just moved. That would be enough so you really doing role reversal with the people with the issues that you're upset about and you know they always say that life is not a dress rehearsal. It actually is a dress rehearsal. You're rehearsing your emotions. How you deal with your emotions and your thoughts your rehearsing and you always have a chance to practice that even if you sit in one whatever you do just the you have the intention of looking at things from another perspective and making choices about it. I love that. let's call it. The eagle called the big para. I love any size ing that higher order thinking and by the way if you have kids is as great with kids. You can use chalk or if you're outside on the driveway you can have them standard a hula-hoop stand on different pieces of furniture and you can hold their hand. Be safe about it. Kids love this. This is a great way to help your kids in your teens. Exercise that higher order thinking and then shut your tv off for a little while. Don't have the news you know. There's a lotta where the news is like playing around. Take a break and shut it down. 'cause you're not getting the news if you think if you're trying to find out what's really going on you're not getting the news. Whatever network is broadcasting it their broadcasting it through their lens. It's not news and it's addictive you once you start watching you wanna keep watching more so this is not helping you with facts all you can get those from other places. Shut it down yet. Shut it down and you know what if there's big news to you're going to hear it. Somebody's gonna call you. Somebody's gonna text you. You're gonna find out. I want to touch quickly on something you said. Which is the addictive quality. That's a really big part of this. No matter what side you're on people are constantly scrolling through the news through news. Feed to see what now right ooh boring boring heard at her to ooh. That's new and there you get a blast of dopamine. it's it this is. This is literally an addiction..

"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"Be right. That's a really important question. It's a state of being not to get to woo or to to out there but it's how you are that matters not as much what you do because it all comes from how you are exactly if you're jumping up and down and screaming at the television and yelling at your family and ruining every dinner by something about whatever side you're on you're adding that negative energy you're adding to it. You're you're literally pouring energy into it and if each person actually did try to work on being the best version of themselves we would literally change the world. I'm not even joking. I don't even mean down. Woo about that. That's the truth and that takes doing different. You know very simple things because it's so. It seemed so automatic. And that's the issue is it is automatic. And we're not conscious and making choices because we're not being aware at the time we're just going right into the emotion so to my daughter. Shayna who's really smart fifteen-year-old Really sensitive kind of a roomy type figure even fifteen very very smart very funny. She said dad. What do you do like a skill of the week. And so today we'll try it. The skill of the week is actually brought to you by new sponsor that we have and the sponsor is seven cups. Seven cups is an online therapy service. That has affordable and free rates. You also a great community trained volunteers. Who were there. Help free of charge personally. I like seven cups. Because i drink seven cups of coffee a day. Which is why. I need therapy in first place. Secondly i'm a big advocate of affordable mental healthcare bleeding. That mental health is not a privilege. It's of right. It's a right of a healthy progressive country and apple. Were building now so skill of the week. So if we had one skill jennifer to talk about what would it be to deal with some of these issues. That were that. We're discussing now about this. Reactivity are i think i have a good one. Everyone and remember you. You don't just use this around like big issues that are happening in the country. You can use this in your own life. When you're having an argument your spouse or your kids so this is actually wonderful strategy. First thing to remember is everyone thinks they're the good guy in the story. they just do. That's how the brain works. That's how the subconscious works but this technique and it's interesting because it's called the eagle technique which is kind of interesting american eagle. So basically what you do. Is you literally move yourself around in space a you pick. Let's say one chair. You sit in that chair and you vocalise out loud all the things that you are ticked off about the stuff. That's ridiculous how crazy the other side is being or if you're in an argument with your wife that's all she does this to me and just let it all out. You're doing this alone by the way so you have to do this. Look crazy then you move to another piece of furniture so nearby and from that piece of furniture. You're actually speaking out loud as if you're in the shoes of the other side so if it's a.

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"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"Bring in general kalari jennifer. We're going to talk to america. The country like it's a person. I think that one of the things that seems to be happening is we're trying to stop the president from doing what he's doing as opposed to build the country the way that we want the country to be the other thing that we're doing is we have a divided country. We have a lot of reactivity on both son. No matter what side. You're on no matter what you think. And we're reacting to the other people as if they're wrong and as if they're not people so i was listening to the ten percent happier today. Which is a great podcast. Dan harris and also great app. If you haven't heard about it it's terrific and there was a teacher on their who's talking about compassion is not about what's going on with other people. It's actually what's going on with you. It starts with you and when you feel yourself contracting that's when you have to go in and actually look at your own reaction as opposed to trying to change the other people. Can you speak to that. And how do you respond to something like that. You know the statement. Follow the money. It's follow the paint. Wherever you are feeling pain. That's an indicator negative emotions are indicators and their indicators that you're off from the best version of yourself so wherever there's pain risen emotional pain wherever there are triggers that really has to do with with us it has to do with our pass wounds and our issues and where we don't feel listened to or heard so that's a really important piece of knowledge and awareness for sure. You know the the reactivity is the thing that you point back to so for example. If you're watching something on the news which you would be upset today with what's going on in the country with all the stress in the world you'll immediately think i can't believe these people are saying this. You know we need to do something different while look at your own feeling. That's what that's what you're saying you're saying go back to yourself and ask yourself what's going on with me that i'm reacting this way and and then what can i do to either calm myself or make a different choice about how relating to my feelings other than just blaming other people exactly and i'd like to change it from what should i do to. Who should i be right. Just thinking about that. Per second if if literally if we all tried to be the best version of ourselves during this and really recognize. This is a huge thing going on in this country but it's also being mimicked all over the world. It's just a little louder here. These are all things that we need to be thinking about..

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"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"waterman" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"The everybody that's like what kind of an opening is that. It sounds like it sounds like i'm talking to a cat but really what it is some talking to you. This is ed crasnick. You're listening to mental health comedy. The mental health comedy podcast with the my partner. Jennifer kalari alarm jennifer's license. So you're in good hands. This is the show where we have medians. We have all kinds of people from the world of entertainment who come in and we talk about mental health and we actually learn and practice mental health skills because mental health is we know is a practice. It's a huge topic but it really is a practice and you will know when the world has changed when there are people practicing mental health skills. The good news is that we have a chance to practice. Every second every day i could take a breath right now and that would be practicing so there are all kinds of simple skills that we learn and jennifer has a million of them including skills. That will help us rewire our brain and even learn about. Her brain works thousands of years of evolution. They're finding that there might be some information about us contained in the brain. So it's now it's now time to explore that area with all of our advances in life. I wanna talk about a couple things on today's show will first of all our guest is an old friend a dear friend and he is a terrific actor a terrific host. He's done just about everything there is to do in in the entertainment business and comedy in enacting on tv but he also has a really interesting background in special education in mental health in counseling in teaching. And we're going to talk to him about that. And that's david earl waterman david earl waterman joins us in just a few minutes on.

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Nature's Tasty Secrets

National Trust Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

Nature's Tasty Secrets

"Turned off the canal towpath now, down, quite a narrow twisty turny path into a wooded area. And I can hear water in front of me. So let's see where it takes us. The so many different planets. Different flowers is really beautiful. And he's a man armed with two beautiful wicker basket. So I believe your call Fred the far eject where does that nickname come from a run business called the wild side of life and I spent most of my time teaching people how to forage for medicinal and edible plants. Now I've already seen some blackberries and they are looking really juicy. Can you take me to place whether even more bountiful to my best but I think we need to get out into maybe a move sunny spot. So why is this a place state you think is good to come and pick up raise this perhaps a mile and a half of country park where anyone's allowed to go and their blackberry bushes all over the place. It's a free market absolutely for that and many other things to. This looks like a black free books to me. But Bruce quite distinctive but there are a number of other lobe fruits that you could mistake it for. So there are things like the debris who's tends to be much smaller and more compact. Let's the RASBERRY and if you're up in the mountainous areas perhaps up in Scotland, you might find the cloud berry another free of a similar shape, the colors completely different. So what your top tips for picking and store blackberries when you pick them, run your hands gently over the cluster of varies and just with your fingertips, roll them slightly around each vary because the ones that are ripe were literally just SORTA popoff. Don't use a carry a bag, it will get quite machine bashed. shelf-life is dramatically reduced. So try to use an open container of some sort if not done wealth about brees I'm afraid and look around here I can see nettles but apart from that, I can't see anything else here that I would not to pick tweet. So today I'm going to introduce you to some of the unsung heroes of the plant world. which he may have pulled out of your gardens, weeds trump would over. Let's go find out. Things, you need to remember. We have this kind of notional idea of what I call the doc we say. And try not to pick things on the edge of footpaths and lesser at least two or three feet above the ground. It's gorgeous out today apple cheese around look at the sun on the kind of the Ashley. Oh Time. Before He in the one that looks like a big Benaroya. This is nothing like that. This is greater planting common-law. Wait you would cook it as a spinach like affects people take a look at these seat heads pulled backwards and the seed comes off your hand I use plantation seeds an ingredient in my mixed seeds mixture I gather every years. Path now is a lot more open than way where before in the fight closed in woodland space, it's much more majer. We feel it feels very sumarine because wall the flowers and all the insects. Let's get down here. Look. This is waterman like plasma breaking out in a plasma boil. When you inhale it's real deeply relaxing and it makes very calming. Hazel not. Having actually got not. Find our teeth can stand up to it. Always little sheep but don't know how much they liked neck. It's a bit of an unsung hero, isn't it? Natalie's aloof a lot you can do with it. It's hard to exhaust the number of uses you can put it to the top of the stinging nettle. Rick Out Vicki bear hangs. How're you doing that without getting Stoughton show you nettle stems are covered in lots of tiny stinging hairs and at the base of every one of those hairs is soft land full of venom if you rub to plant in this direction. All of the. Fold upwards and you don't get stung but if you're up the plant in this direction. They leave jagged edge which digs into your skin. It's almost like pulling a pint of beer. You know you're working the needle backwards it's pumping the venom sac into you. So the nettle does not stink. You Stink Yourself. You must fit firmly in a section with new leaves on. Hand must be already traveling in an upwards direction. As you grip few grip I then travelers, you'll be sons fancy. Okay. I'm. The young ten to tops are very good green vegetable. They're very rich in iron and they're very high in protein that make a wonderful T- and even lightly cooked they no longer stay. One of our local pastimes in the wilds of wheelchair is rolled metal eating competitions. Of course, the trick is they know how to destroy nettles really quickly. So if you roll it up, you stick it on a molar teeth chomped down hard to release the. Final secret is that the juice of the nettle is the antidote to the thing is pretty cool

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The Amazon Haul

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

06:40 min | 1 year ago

The Amazon Haul

"Okay, don't shoot the Messenger on this one. Has just come out with Turkey dinner candy corn. So it's slipped candy corn, the normal candy corn that we know. It's a mixed bag with six different flavors. So the flavors are Turkey Green Bean, stuffing cranberry, sauce, ginger, glazed carrots, and sweet potato pie. They've been spotted at walgreens and as weird as they sound try them. All right. Well, Brock's is like the candy my grandmother used to eat. So I'm used to that company they I think they're kind of like biting into a Jones Soda did with their remember they made those specialty they probably still do they make their thanksgiving. Soda. This sounds weird. I do WANNA try every single one of these flavors I know they're all going to be disgusting. Well, I would totally try them me too I. Think the cranberry sauce, the ginger glazed carrots, and the sweet potato pie could be Yummy Greens and stuffing green beans candy corn the wonder if they're going to be sweet, we'll have to we have to get our hands on a bag of maybe say something nice about them. They'll send them to. We Love Brock's and did that in the breaking rocks. If we If we have like a bunch of the green beans does that count as a vegetable? Absolutely, and carrots. Kinda like Jelly belly does this to with like they have like buttered popcorn they have some savory on flavors. So weird but a good novelty thing to bring to someone's house and try. E for effort. Okay. So it looks like Uber is getting into the grocery delivery service business. It's already started in a few cities and should be rolling out throughout the rest of the country in a few months and it's available through your Uber App sued us open up the APP and the groceries available. You can order groceries through Uber I. Love that because Insta- card has become my life and I, love grocery delivery more than anything and I will try Uber Uber User. So I've tried Uber eats and that's great. The more people that want to bring me groceries without having me leave the house. The better told her wonderful lift is gonNA. Follow. Suit. Probably. Probably I cannot wait honestly do you guys use the grocery delivery services exclusively? Yeah. Amazon fresh and INSTA- cart like three or four times a week. Amazing and I've been ordering for my mom too which is a whole other story that I will probably get into later. Okay. We should get I think I actually had this idea. I want to start sending certain things to my mom with her INSTA- card orders and having her review them on the podcast I. Think it would be funny. The best thing I've ever heard. MAZING. All right. We might do that flew choose. All right. We're about to jump in to these products that have been delivered. Some of them seem weird. There's only one product I think out of all of these products that actually or maybe two that I've heard of that look familiar and I've only tried one so I cannot wait this first product is something that is totally new to me. I've heard of p being me but this is pbs me powder chocolate hazelnut spread. So I was envisioning it to be a little bit like powdered new tele kind of right like a powdered peanut butter and you tell, yeah, it's. Exactly. It's like powder peanut butter, but it's powdered hazelnut instead and then it's yeah. Two tablespoons, fifty calories to grams of fat. So the stats are amazing. Four grams of protein. I. Don't know Jimmy, you probably know this mark. It's one smart point. Amazing. Okay. So I have mixed it up with some waterman about to try it. It looks like new Tele Ish. Okay. I'm not a hazelnut fan and I really like that It's nutty. It's I've tried like almond powdered almond butter and I did not like it at all. The Hazelnut is better I have to say, I made a second version and I added cocoa. Like amp up the chocolate flavor I was gonNA, say. Yours. Looks so dark. It's really good. I added like, did you add Dr Cocoa I added my. Gear Deli Coco, which I think is dark, but it's like majestic and then I added a little more sweetener to it because I really wanted to amp it up and it's great. I'm just going to sit here and eat the whole bowl. This looks like Mustang. The consistency of years now it's Yummy wally is sitting here like dying to I. Not Allowed. I like a lot. I'm GonNa put it on Yogurt. It's really good. It's like if you like hazelnut, this would be a great dip like you could even add chocolate little mini chocolate chips to it, and and like dip little cookies in it. I'm impressed with it. You could make a dip like we sometimes do with Like light whipped topping stirred into a tub. I think if you're a hazelnut fan, you will love this. Do you think it tastes like New Tyler? I don't have like a strong. Taste memory of new tele. I think because I'm not really a huge fan. I think you tell is really way more wretched. A A. Watered down version of new tele when you add the cocoa to it, yeah. No Pun intended with water down when you add the cocoa to it, it definitely helps and you only need a tiny bit of water. So just to remind people with this is it's like a powder and then you add a little water and you mix it up and it becomes the texture of. Peanut butter spread Gu I. Bet it would be good and smoothies to great. It would be great. Cool. The next item we have is also it's yet another nut butter powder but this is a more traditional peanut butter powder by La Canto and Jamie you know more than I do but Canto they make a lot of the they're like a monk fruit sweetener company that makes A ton of different sweetener options that are really good I think. Yeah and monk fruit. If anybody doesn't know it's like the new Stevia. It's like a natural zero calorie or low calorie sweetener and made by Tony, Shalhoub, character monk. Mike he had a safe. He just no, but it's okay. You can make all the peanut butter jokes you want my. You have a free pass you're allowed. So this is just do they usually make products. Are they mostly sweetener based the things that I'm familiar with are mostly sweetener based they might have some other. We'll have to look. Okay. So we'll look we'll look at that Lepanto. They're a trusted company I. Love the fact that this is like a pouch of powdered peanut butter. The stats are very good. It's like some powder peanut butter. The stats are a little higher I don't know why or how that would be because basically, they're just the same thing but fifty calories, two tablespoons and it has monk fruit. So it's not gonNA be unsweetened like some of the powder peanut butters right but no sugar added

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"waterman" Discussed on Fistful of Chords

Fistful of Chords

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"waterman" Discussed on Fistful of Chords

"So i said well allow you to do it like you saying fool on the hill like a bit wistfully and he was there instantly in anyone take it's done Golden amount of a thousand voices and similarly with with cliff. You know it was just a joy. And and the reason for that is some of the lesser. Singers are not really referring to belowrealme here till others won't mention were very got workshop because they were embarrassed and ashamed for themselves and get bad tempered and shout and scream because they knew they weren't doing it well and that's that's been doing it for years now so many years i never put a singer through the mill. There was a point years ago. When i did but just ends in tears now i just do another one thought. And then when they've gone. I sift through it all and find the best bits and work it all out afterwards is better than dragging them through it. 'cause they lose heart Anyway and that's all part of the art of making a record. Really get the oxygen and get them out quickly in washi- you you're working such a pace that terminated so many of you have you'd have a number one replacing another number why we fitting time. We really need to mike. Hi will the sunshines. We think this will go on forever. We thinking while in two years of this and then it'll be over. People would have concluded that we couldn't keep it up for very much sean. We were we were on the chart In some position or other for three and a half years something like that without a break. I would have carried on ice amid odd. Now i didn't change. I've always written songs. I would always continues write songs. The industry changed. They shut the doors. Thanks very much to mike. The taking part in this edition of fistful of cords and he's refreshing honesty throughout part even more revelatory with marks root accounts of his battles with the chart compilers and major record companies. Who he says join forces to deliberately destroy stock and waterman. Thanks joint stock for engineering timber. He's music animal tap. he's podcast art.

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"waterman" Discussed on Fistful of Chords

Fistful of Chords

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"waterman" Discussed on Fistful of Chords

"Ships has is a brilliant guitarist. Matt has a real real range of experience like i was getting anyway So he could play punked too. Funky reggae whatever you want and so you were playing in your basement. I think is that right but what we have. Yeah the studio. We built the studio under the under the house. I was fortunate i it. For this reason. It was on the thames. Floodplain down in abbey would Where all houses since about the nineteen beginning of the nineteen seventies. Something had to be built at least six feet above the ground before the thames barrier. So when i saw the place of oh blimey that looks like it could be a studio so we both house just ordered at that space underneath and get together with warmer this point. Well a- got rid of got to meet pete in about nineteen eighty s. I've been a songwriter I broke ass for the bbc quite a few times tomato veil their studios there and recorded bands singing what they would recall. Call now no needle time because there was an arrangement with a musicians union that he wouldn't just play records. You'd employs musicians and play some live music. So i recorded a bunch of songs including my own material for the bbc so as a writer and doing okay getting a bit of a reputation. One of my songs. Pete wilson picked up to produce but he he was managing the producer of nik kershaw. A musical youth. There was called peter of collins and between them collins and pete waterman produced so dritan. So that's how. I knew that was around. Nineteen eighty but at the end of ninety three beginning of ninety nine hundred four. When i said we're quitting all this and i'm going into music production. He was about the first person. I called Set up a with him and two others. On january the fifteenth think it was that fifteenth fourteenth and off to london to meet the guy from rac guy from red bus. The guy from rac over was being sick in the corridor guy. A guy from rebuffs. Wasn't there tournament piece plays. He wasn't here either. I've made appointments. The girl said pace coming back. He's just going off to the airport to pick somebody up. So matt matt came into to get a cup of tea and so pay around launched. After lunch i gotta immediately. He got i was trying to do with invented. A band are found to goes who followed my band in the east end. Who are going to prepare to dress up crazily and they'd front the band and we'd be a kind of female. Frankie goes to hollywood. 'cause he's eighty four where the frank is. We're doing so well. And i said there's no actual it but you know what i mean. The guy from rackets seventy recovered earlier meeting. Yeah when when. Can i go and see the bandon within a band of invented them now but i need to see the bat. Just didn't understand what i was getting and in any case you know go back over. The history of pop. Music band created really. The beatles were manufactured. You know Butts pete waterman understood and we went in the studio with him about a month later in the marquee might record how to be. The hits made another echo. Had a big hit right now. The road top five made another record at a number one so that formed the relationship..

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Rob Garnet One More Wave

The Coastal Athlete Program

06:12 min | 1 year ago

Rob Garnet One More Wave

"Welcome back to the coastal. Athlete. Program I'm your host. Shep today. We are joined by very special guests. We are joined by the record surf operations a US Navy veteran. Therapy advocate, a waterman, a good friend of Joe and be good friend of mine, because we're all part of the one more way, family, Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome to the show Rob Garnett Rob. How're you doing? Then fantastic thanks for having me am. Champ and Danny Danny met you before but SHEP. We've talked a couple of times on the phone, so it's cool to be some of the zoom. At least on Zoom. Danny is our producer, and so he's going to be helping out doing the editing and mixing the episode down and things like that Joe is going to be joining the podcast just a minute. He was transitioning from from pork. Chop actually up to his apartment. He's coming back doing some surf therapy sessions. My guess would be out of Pendleton or something like that. As usual on Wednesdays, Joe is on the road living the mission so rob. Before. We get too deep into asking you. Questions I just have to ask when it came time to transition out of your career in the military, did you? When did you know that you wanted to get into surf therapies specifically? And when did you know that like this was going to be a special moment? I. Think when I was so I retired from the navy and two thousand fifteen and so that was kind of win Wave, actually becoming nonprofit, and so I had a couple of buddies Alex and Kyle. We can talk about later. That were trying to get going. They've been doing it kind of. guerrilla-style for before getting official, and so I kind of knew about it before retiring. And then it kind of kicked off. For ME I. I was volunteering here and there with more ways. I had some other gigs so right when I retired I started doing government contracting jobs I did that for a couple years before spending a lot more time volunteering than later coming on. As employees. So, Joe I just ask some general questions. Trying to do is cut those questions and stuff at the back, so feel free to take the lead, and you have the floor sounds it sounds like you talked a bit about something about diving for the navy and then sports. Now we're talking about why I came the navy. Sorry to repeat it, but. I came in hoping to be Navy diver. I've been a commercial diver for about six months in Galveston. Texas after drop Nettie. Collagen thought that'd be a good transition and When I tried to join the navy, they said the Dow closed and that they dove at butts that I should go try that. Sounds like a good idea and so. They had me take a job. That would allow me to go to buds. became a parachute rigger, so I went to school i. By Mos got my. Parachute rigger on. And then off to buds I, not really no one else doing. My parents were hippies so military people. No one wants to be joined. The Navy so really did not get into. So I imagine was a little bit of a surprise to show to buds. Learn what that school was or. Just just the suffer faster not quite ready for nicely. I imagine imagine that's quite interesting. SUFFER FEST! I also can imagine that doing the work that you did. Know you and I kind of a little bit of your background. I've imagine that really helps. Set you up for the mission at one more wave and getting on top of things and getting things moving. You maybe talk a little bit about that. Of maybe some things you learn from the Navy that you apply now at one more. Share just. Learned a lot towards the last couple of years at Miami my time in the service. How can help people in much really from? I've been injured several times while on active duty at spent time at the. At Naiko which I know, you're not talking about for jokes. The National Intrepid Center of Excellence Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic says Maryland runs, and so I started my treatment probably. This is probably two thousand ten zero five years before I retired, and so I have a lot of time to spend time with other folks that had had you know whether it was PGA s or All the kind of things that were happening to people are not super physical, but burying paxil sleep issues, and so I got exposed to lots of different therapies, and I just knew man. This is can't wait to spend more time doing this. And, so I was really excited because I learned all these things in the navy, but how can help other people at learned a lot about the va have across his work for compensation took care people how some days are better than others. Some states are Oracle, and and what? I didn't realize. Your percentage rate affects how you get treated to I was treated well, but I'm on a different ratings on people's. It's tough so I definitely learned a lot, you know. Early on about how to help other people do this and it really as you've seen Joe out. Watch people's faces. When you get to give him some equipment whether it's a board or a boogie board or people that have had nothing. He's got a wet suit like our friends in. Santa Cruz just the amazing transformation that happens. Not only from equipment, but from the community that step we all share the Melcher that we love. Not Picking up cigarette, butts or cleaning off the flight deck, but you know going out von and be talking a little trash, each other encouraging each other and just share. That shared experiences is powerful so. Yeah I definitely can attest that shared experience than to be fair. No ship Naidoo usually pick up cigarette butts, but easily on the beach and they drive us nuts, so that's why. It's quite funny. Were you a surfer before you've got out of the military and got with one more way? Has. Started at middle, school on off and then did it alter the teens long morning. And then took several years off and then kind of into it later on, so yes. We're always at the beaches, kids. We're always bodysurfing. Trying to collect fins like my friend Joe Against. Debbie me and my fin collecting hoarding abilities. That I have for quite

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"waterman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"waterman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Waterman drummer at the United center marks down two to one but they're battling back here pressure on the Vancouver Canucks better much better net presence yeah later on in this yes river along a little bit of frustration coming out through the hot steam rolling into the crease area all the way to get one by seven maybe that's just what the Blackhawks needed is that net presence don't get on the scoreboard not to the races there's also taking a pass from going into the the check right wing forza Campbell the body check from nearly hit head first into the boards also working against right in front there new ticket back you move with the bulk of the right wing to center also sends the puck over the glass and it was a five first also no shots two buildings in game one they need more from him he's been physical in this game and he's a big man at six one two hundred ten pounds using his size to his advantage here the first to see him get a little bit fired up here to get him involved in the offense support card certainly need some scoring take some pressure off guys like Cajun came maybe the second part of his game will jump start the offense is going to go back to the basics he's a big guy and he can move somebody hits you you're gonna feel the attack one in the fourth quarter I cannot get the same cell pass up the right wing liberals who shot him it was the whistle Jonathan will not want to with the Blackhawks stand by this call for the NHL's chairman Eddie Olczyk and myself blackrock stand by here and exclusive access to the organization of visit blackrock standbys dot com to join Paul started to face off they're going to do it again outside the.

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"waterman" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"waterman" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I want to talk with Jane about that right now I want to talk with robin banks about the six so five already better this is all about it yeah it was really good news when I saw that Irwindale sixty five north before lower is this a Roach it was a fatal crash investigation now as this that did occur overnight they have some time to get all these lanes reopened and that's what's happened your drive still just a little bit lazy at Ramona west LA four five southbound after Santa Monica Boulevard right in the middle traffic lanes making it kind of slow from Wilshire Boulevard several of the no two ten east at del Rosa right here in the two right lanes the CHP is on scene so that's attracting some attention that's slowdown begins at Waterman the garden Grove twenty two of both directions harbor Boulevard off ramps are closed you won't be able to exit there is police activity also harbor Boulevard both directions between Westminster Avenue in garden Grove Boulevard are closed Trask you will be able to use that it's close between Clinton and New Hope garden Grove Boulevard shut down between palm and west with police activity K. of why this guy helps get you there faster a robin banks selling a car can be a daunting task Ben lane understands go online find the nearest location in LA or Orange County and schedule an appointment once you bring your car in the inspected and you'll have an offer in fifteen minutes a higher offer than those other guys bit lane even pays for your uber ride home I've been using badly in for years thank you my name Conway and you're gonna get a two hundred dollar bonus on your offer been lane dot com bid lane dot com bid lane they'll buy your car and they'll pay you more so get weather from KFI sunny today highs from the mid seventies at the beaches to the lower eighties inland we also have a wind advisory until three o'clock this afternoon then cooling.

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"waterman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"waterman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Ad Waterman you be careful there's a bumper the middle lane traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Steve Aurora news that a three point one Kathy Kay for today along with mostly sunny skies highs sixty three to sixty seven tonight partly cloudy turning breezy lows in the forties for quite windy tomorrow and Monday was sunshine I sixty four to sixty eight tomorrow when you're seventy Monday I've accu weather meteorologist bill decker news study three point one K. F. B. K. if you're like most retirees you probably feel like you don't understand your money if you'd like to learn seven steps to follow for a peek secure retirement be one of the first five colors and you'll receive your free no risk no obligation peak retirement navigator review which includes your retirement survival tool kit the financials clients typically have between one million in twenty million of assets so if you have saved at least one million for retirement they will meet with you free of charge here are the seven steps put your entire plan in writing reduce your risk eliminate your fear of running out of money by creating a lifetime income protect and grow your money reduce volatility uncovering reduce fees create your legacy plan so don't wait call pound two fifty on your cell phone right now and say the key word money for your free peek retirement navigator review which includes your retirement survival tool kit dial pound two fifty and say the key word money and remember at peak financial freedom Group we fix your money by three services offered through your solutions LLC a device health insurance license number level six five one one Denmark on your church license number seven three two nine one for they're playing if you knew we had a fifty percent chance of crashing you may be writing that plane right now if you have your money in a four one K. or IRA and you plan to take out the recommended percentage each year when you retire your chance of running out of money is fifty percent fifty percent but there's a better and safer way to secure your income in retirement discover how in a free book called rescue your retirement this wealth building strategy has never had a losing year in more than a century in fact even the man who invented the four oh one K. now.

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"waterman" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"waterman" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Recovers chief Waterman says his district of harmony and the west Gloucester fire district will support to patch it in whatever ways they can Julian Lima from Eyewitness News watching the golf the national hurricane center predicting the season's first hurricane to be named to Barry going to develop over the Gulf of Mexico strike the coast of Louisiana on some time is Saturday Louisiana governor John bill and which shoes always busy it seems during hurricane season is declared a state of emergency I had this potential hurricane later this week and is urging residents of course to be prepared I want to reiterate that no one should take the storm lightly and all likelihood is going to be a very significant weather events storm's predicted to be at the very least a massive rainmaker unloading double digit rainfall totals that will probably trigger serious inland flooding so bill lead which says take it seriously you look at the fact that we've got the elevated Mississippi River and we've had more rainfall in Louisiana over the last several months than than normal you know that it makes it much harder to deal with events of this time so governor bell and words pretty much prepared already ahead of the curve declaring a state of emergency warning residents that it's going to be a Louisiana event with coastal flooding heavy rainfall potentially impacting every part of the state so he says the state already might seek some federal assistance before the storm actually hits we may be seeking a federal declaration ahead of land fall if we identify assistance resources that we need from the federal government that wouldn't be available to us absent such a declaration so hurricane tropical storm and storm surge watches already have been issued ahead of the storm affecting much of the coastal Louisiana the storm surge watch includes New Orleans where of course.

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Midwestern Floods Devastate Seafood Catches Downstream

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Midwestern Floods Devastate Seafood Catches Downstream

"It's been a very bad year for people who make a living off seafood, like always, tres, and other fish in states, like Louisiana and Mississippi USA radio's Chris Barnes with the story floods from the midwest. West or killing always tres driving crabs shrimp and fin-fish out of the bays and marshes along the Gulf Coast into saltier waters where they can survive. One Waterman says on a scale of one to ten they are now nine and a half destroyed many species that depend on brackish mix of fresh and salt, water and coastal estuaries are decamping. Is this year's huge floods? Flush in fresh water Laden with pollution from farms and cities in the Mississippi River basin for USA radio news. I'm Chris

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Confidence is the Key

Passion of the Catalyst

04:12 min | 2 years ago

Confidence is the Key

"What if I walked through the world with the confidence that I have like I do when I'm singing in the shower when I'm singing in the shower. Can't nobody tell me. Thank I mean. I can hit all the notes I can hit this. I can hit that nothing matters to me. Nobody could critique that like I feel like I could win American idol. If I was singing in the shower, but my confidence is such that I may belt out notes that I would never do in person. I would never tip to do those. But with that confidence that I have when I'm just me in my own little shower. I'm doing my thing. Go to places I never thought I could. And you couldn't tell me that I'm not a rockstar. So let's land the plane here by thinking thought for you today on Wednesday, April third, here's what I want to tell you walk through the world with the kindness of the Chick-fil-A employees and with the confidence that you have when you're singing in the shower write that down right down with a sharpie. So it doesn't go anywhere because you need to see it you need to fill. It you need to see you need like just Blair it wherever it is. Okay. And and put that somewhere where you can it's a daily reminder to you of how you should live your life because I think, and I believe strongly that a lot of people really and truthfully struggle with confidence they have all the -bility in the world all the ability to do whatever they wanna do. But their confidence has been broken by several things a negative spouse, unsupportive, boss or mentor. What have you, and then they get frustrated, and they lose that. Step that rocket power that will project them into the stratosphere, but they lose it because they let somebody else's opinion of them or their dream determine their reality. Ooh. That's that's pretty good. So I ask you are you one of those people is somebody else's opinion of you determine your reality. And if it is let's talk about it. So here's what I wanna do if you like this podcast, please share it. So somebody else. Will stumble across it like you did. And maybe it'll have an impact on them because I'm here to help you and learn along the way there's a I have a gift I can't help it. I've been given something I have to get out. I can't hold it in. If I do it's called greed, and I'm hoarding something that has to be out and given shared. It's just like you you probably the best watermelon grower in the world. But if you don't grow the seeds who the hell's gonna know that you were the best one you got to see you got to plan them and got to nourish them. And then let it come out. Do you ever think that do you ever see those Mellon people selling watermelons on the side of the road? And how many times have you walked up to one? I remember I never forget this. I was in Sweetwater Alabama. Okay. Sweetwater look that up. It's a little place in Marengo county for those of you doughnuts and southwest Alabama north of Clark county. Can they have a fantastic football team? They were one a at the time little bitty school. But may and they can play and I remember being a sweet water Alabama stopped at a street off a dirt road somewhere in. This guy will sell water mill didn't have a tooth in his head. Maybe have one right a male. Hey told me coming here. More chewing on something. I don't know what it was. This is the best watermelon in the state Alabama better yet. This is the best one this side of the Mississippi. I said whatever do that's what everybody says he cut. This watermelon up super-duper ran and juicy in at that moment. I believed that that was the best watermelon in Alabama. I bought four watermills that day. I wouldn't have eaten four watermelons in a year. But he had me convinced that that was the best watermelon Alabama. I damn sure listened. So you'd probably say why is he telling me story about Waterman because here's why your confidence is a hindering you from being able to be the rockstar that you are you're created to be something great stop walking through the world being a copy being original be yourself and watch the things fall where they

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Disney Stands Firm on James Gunn Not Returning to ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

Scott Shannon in the Morning

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Disney Stands Firm on James Gunn Not Returning to ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

"And if you're remarkable fan you are said to hear that in fact Disney's saying. Absolutely not James Gunn will not, direct guardians galaxy Comp asking put our foot down they have put. Their foot down they may still use his, script that's being decided the problem is is that Hollywood wants to work with James Gunn. But until this whole contract thing gets settled. He's old like ten million for the script and so they're working their way around. That. So he's not in violation, of his contract they just decided, to fire him and so now should get. All of his mind exactly, his attorneys are saying that and so they're, working on that but. Until then he can't work for, anybody He has to get work for. Any work for people lining are lining up I work. With him in a heartbeat you. Know I got the Hollywood reporter notes here people want to work with him

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