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Monitor Show 18:00 10-29-2023 18:00

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"With ForgeFX's virtual training program, Zoe Hoker can practice welding anytime, anywhere, through the Tulsa Welding School. As a result, he's able to up -level his skills and advance his career as a welder. Learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact. I'm Tom Busby. Stay with us. Top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now.

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Monitor Show 12:00 10-26-2023 12:00

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Monitor Show 12:00 10-26-2023 12:00

"With ForgeFX's virtual training program, Zoe Hoecker can practice welding anytime, anywhere, through the Tulsa Welding School. As a result, he's able to up -level his skills and advance his career as a welder. Learn more at meta .com slash Metaverse Impact. From an investment perspective is the theme park business. Why not $40 ,000 for a six -night stay going all in. I can do it from the top. You can do it from the floor. A little more coming up. This is Bloomberg.

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Monitor Show 07:00 10-20-2023 07:00

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Monitor Show 07:00 10-20-2023 07:00

"Zoe Hoecker is a welder who practices his craft in the metaverse with ForgeFX's virtual training platform. He says, Virtual welding lets me train as much as I want, increasing my skills and access to opportunity. Through Tulsa Welding School, Zoe and other welders can use ForgeFX's platform to uplevel their expertise and answer the need for more skilled workers in today's economy. These are the ways skilled professionals are using the metaverse today. Learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact. It'll still be an important part of the narrative. We're going back to two percent. The Fed is absolutely capable of getting us there. I think the worries are going to come for next year. This is Bloomberg Surveillance with Tom Kean, Jonathan Farrow and Lisa Abramowitz. Live from New York City this morning. Good morning, good morning. For our audience worldwide, this is Bloomberg Surveillance on TV and radio alongside Tom Kean and Lisa Abramowitz. I'm Jonathan Farrow. What a week in this bond market this morning. Very close to five percent on a 10 year yield. The high of the session for ninety nine twenty in the equity market. TK negative a third of one percent on the S &P. The stock market heading towards a week of losses on the bond market yields up by more than 30 basis points this week. The separation here has been huge. Non -correlation is off the chart. We've got a gentleman from BlackRock coming up to talk about that equity market. Is it a bull or bear market? I don't know. Bond market. We're not having a debate. It's a bear market. It's a bear market. Have we fully realized the pain associated with those losses, Tom? Keep going back to the same question in the bond market. No, no, not at all. No, no, I don't think so. I think Lisa's done a great job on this. I think I look at every real estate transaction as well and the answer is there's much more to come. I go to the Credit Suites article, Jack Sitter's today, where Credit Suites marks down their flagship real estate fund nine percent. To your point, Tom, and I think it's a really good one, and John to your question, have we realized losses? No, because we haven't had mass selling. We haven't had institutions fully move away from bonds.

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Monitor Show 13:00 10-18-2023 13:00

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Monitor Show 13:00 10-18-2023 13:00

"With ForgeFX's virtual training program, Zoe Hoecker can practice welding anytime, anywhere, through the Tulsa Welding School. As a result, he's able to up -level his skills and advance his career as a welder. Learn more at meta .com slash Metaverse Impact. Air Cuda Oil, it's up about 1 .9%, just over $88 a barrel. Sound on with Joe Matthew from Washington, D .C. That starts right now.

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A highlight from We've Heard It Ourselves

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09:59 min | Last month

A highlight from We've Heard It Ourselves

"And thus the reading, John chapter 4, verses 27 to 42, yes, we've been in this chapter now for several weeks. And after I did the evening Bible study from another part of the chapter, or the same part of the chapter, I should say, our deacon Mike commented, you know, you've got five or six sermons just in this one section, and how true that is. Every chapter in the Gospel of John, in my opinion, is worthy of serious, detailed exposition and study. But here, we're talking about what happens when the Samaritans hear the message of the kingdom. We saw last time how this nameless Samaritan woman was used in the Lord's plan to spread the message of the kingdom. It is one of the great themes of the Gospel of John that Jesus is the Messiah who came to save His people from their sins. And His people are from everywhere, all kinds of people, not just well -placed, educated Hebrew scholars like Nicodemus. Even a Samaritan woman is a recipient of the grace of God. Now all of that is quite in keeping with what John said at the very beginning of this Gospel message. Back in chapter 1, John forewarned his readers that Jesus, the eternal logos, the divine logic word of God, came into the world and His own people did not receive Him. But for all who did receive Him, they were given the right, they were given the privilege to be reckoned as the children of God. And that was one thing among many that made Jesus and His message totally unacceptable to the Pharisees and the other leaders of the Jews. They believed they were the only ones who could be called the children of God or the children of Abraham. And we learn here that not only are they not the children of God or the children of Abraham, but they are very people whom they considered to be the outcasts, the untouchables. They are the ones who become the true children of Abraham and thus the rightful inheritors of all the promises of God made through him and to him. This is further reinforced in the Gospel of Matthew chapter 21 verse 43, where Jesus flat out tells these people, the kingdom of God is being taken from you and given to those who are manifesting the fruits thereof. So in this story, we have seen the progression and how those Samaritan people came to know who Jesus was and is. And as we look closer now again at this section of God's Word this morning, we should be asking ourselves, who is this Jesus to me? In verse 27, Jesus' disciples were sent to go and gather some food and they returned to find Him doing something very unusual. He's talking to a Samaritan woman. Now last week I shared with you something about the history of the mutual animosity between the Jews and the Samaritans. And I told you then that the Samaritans were distant cousins of the Israelites who had intermarried with pagan people. They weren't totally pagan. I guess today we might compare it as the difference between Reformed Presbyterian Christians as opposed to Mormons or Jehovah's Witnesses. As much as we disagree and believe that those groups have wrong teachings, they nevertheless are within the wider orbit of, quote, marginal Christianity. They're not Buddhist. They're not Hindus, even though they may have imported some doctors there. That's not what this is about. The point is, the differences between the Jews and the Samaritans were significant, but it didn't make the Samaritans total pagans. They weren't polytheists, for example. And we know that the Samaritans accepted as canonical, as we would say, the first five books of the Old Testament. They considered them inspired, but they rejected the rest of it, and they substituted their own traditions. Now of course they weren't alone in doing that because the Jews, the Judaic people, had done the same thing. They accepted more than the five books of Moses, but of course their Talmudic traditions displaced just about everything else. I saw a video just recently, recorded in Israel, by the way, of a man who was a Christian speaking to another man who was a part of a larger group of Orthodox Jews. And these people were not at all happy with the Christians being where they were there in Jerusalem. And he was having a somewhat reasoned, if not slightly heated, discussion with this Orthodox Jew. And the Orthodox Jew just flat out told him that the Torah, that is the law of God, what we call the Bible, is that it tells me that I should hate you, and I do. I hate you. Now see, what's interesting about that is what that meant was that the Talmudic tradition of his Jewish leaders tells him that the Bible tells him that, because you certainly don't love the writings. Now back in the time of Jesus, Jewish men were forbidden by farseic law from having any friendly contact with Samaritan women. But what made Jesus' disciples marvel at him was the fact that he was talking to any woman at all, because, again, staying with this issue of the Talmudic tradition, the writings of the Talmud, the rabbis warned, and I'm quoting directly here, Prolong not conversation with a woman, even with one's own wife, and especially not with a neighbor's wife. Hence, the wise men say, he who prolongs conversation with a woman brings evil upon himself and seizes from the words of the law, and at the last inherits eternal damnation. So Jesus really is breaking with tradition. But you see, the point is, it is a so -called tradition that needed to be broken, because it had no foundation whatsoever in the Word of God. But notice what the Samaritan woman did. As soon as she realized the gift that she'd been given, that is, aionios zoe, age -enduring life, this gift of everlasting life, she ran to the city, leaving behind her water bucket to tell them in what had happened to her. So there are here, for the rest of this message, I want to, I want us to think about these two things that are a result of what's happened. Let us note, well, what she did, and then what she said to her fellow Samaritans. So first of all, she leaves behind the water bucket. Now I think we can see in that, and this is why I'm saying that's worth noting, this is a symbolic action of turning away from the old and turning to the new way. The water bucket represented the old temporary means by which a person might quench their thirst, their physical thirst. And let's not forget in terms of symbolism, this well is the well of Jacob, the father of the nation of Israel. The woman has turned from that to something far better, because there is a well of living water, the wellspring of life everlasting, which is now given to her by the new Jacob, the new Israel of God, Jesus the Christ. And notice that in her turning away from this, she is turning to do something very specific. She's gone to tell others about it. And I think this is an example for all of us who have received this new life in Christ Jesus, because we too ought to be about the business of sharing what Christ has done for us with others. There are people who think that for someone to become a Christian, they must be dragged off to a church or a revival service somewhere. Now let's say, as our catechism teaches, it's the hearing and the proclamation of the Word of God that is the normal means of informing and encouraging those, especially those already in the faith of Jesus. But even those who do not may well be converted by attending some service or other or hearing the word priest. But the good news of the kingdom, it seems to me at least, is most effectively spread when people ordinary simply share with their friends and co -workers and family members what Christ has done for them. Reminds me of a story of a man who, and this is some years ago in Great Britain, maybe I think back in the 1940s or 50s, he was a non -Christian, and he'd been prevailed upon by a Christian friend of his to attend revival services held by a well -known revivalist preacher. And this preacher gave a tremendous salvation message, and all during the message he exhorted and admonished his hearers to turn from their sins and cry out to God for deliverance. As it was, the man was leaving the great revival service just as lost and in his sins as he had entered it. But just as he got to the parking lot, he was met by another friend who had been at that service, and he invited him to go to the home of yet another man where there was a meeting of the men of the church. Well this fellow was rather curious about what a group of churchmen would be meeting about at someone's house after already having attended a worship service. So he went along and when he got there, he found about 25 men gathered together in a large living room. Now the host of the meeting announced that the group was to spend time sharing with each other what the Lord had done for them in answer to prayer. But there was a condition.

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Monitor Show 19:00 10-09-2023 19:00

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01:54 min | 2 months ago

Monitor Show 19:00 10-09-2023 19:00

"Zoe Hoecker is a welder who practices his craft in the metaverse with ForgeFX's virtual training platform. He says, Virtual welding lets me train as much as I want, increasing my skills and access to opportunity. Through Tulsa Welding School, Zoe and other welders can use ForgeFX's platform to uplevel their expertise and answer the need for more skilled workers in today's economy. These are the ways skilled professionals are using the metaverse today. Learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact. 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Tuesday, October 10th in Hong Kong. Monday, October 9th in New York. Coming up this hour, oil climbs after the attack on Israel by Hamas raises fears of a wider conflict. Remarks from Fed officials strengthen bets on another pause in rate hikes. And U .S. Senators meet Chinese President Xi Jinping for the first time since 2015. Netanyahu says retaliation will carry through the entire Gaza Strip. Calls for opposition coalition government. U .S. says it cannot document yet a direct tie with the Hamas invasion and Iran. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. A top -line legal manager has decided to renew his contract. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. So we've got trading in the equity market.

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Monitor Show 19:00 10-07-2023 19:00

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01:55 min | 2 months ago

Monitor Show 19:00 10-07-2023 19:00

"Zoe Hoecker is a welder who practices his craft in the metaverse with ForgeFX's virtual training platform. He says, Virtual welding lets me train as much as I want, increasing my skills and access to opportunity. Through Tulsa Welding School, Zoe and other welders can use ForgeFX's platform to uplevel their expertise and answer the need for more skilled workers in today's economy. These are the ways skilled professionals are using the metaverse today. Learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. President Biden is condemning today's deadly terror attack on Israel. Speaking from the White House this afternoon, Biden called it a moment of tragedy and warned Hamas and other groups the U .S. stands with Israel. The surprise attack left hundreds dead and more than 1000 people wounded. Biden noted the world has seen the appalling images of thousands of rockets raining down on Israeli cities. The president said that the U .S. will make sure Israel will have the help it needs to defend their citizens. Several major U .S. airlines have canceled flights to Israel because of the ongoing conflict. American, United and Delta have canceled weekend flights to Tel Aviv from major U .S. cities including Chicago, New York, New Jersey and San Francisco. A spokesperson for Delta said the airline will work with the U .S. government to assist with the safe return of any Americans who want to come home. There's a $9 ,000 reward for information leading to arrests in the Morgan State University shooting. Dena Kodiak has more. Baltimore police say based on ballistics evidence, investigators believe two shooters opened fire Tuesday night, injuring five people. Four victims have been released from the hospital and the fifth is in stable condition. The shooting led to the cancellation of classes and homecoming events this week, but classes will resume as scheduled on Monday. University police say there are now more security officers in residence.

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Monitor Show 18:00 10-07-2023 18:00

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01:54 min | 2 months ago

Monitor Show 18:00 10-07-2023 18:00

"Zoe Hoecker is a welder who practices his craft in the metaverse with ForgeFX's virtual training platform. He says, Virtual welding lets me train as much as I want, increasing my skills and access to opportunity. Through Tulsa Welding School, Zoe and other welders can use ForgeFX's platform to uplevel their expertise and answer the need for more skilled workers in today's economy. These are the ways skilled professionals are using the metaverse today. Learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. President Biden is making it clear that Israel has full U .S. support. In this moment of tragedy, I want to say to them and to the world and to terrorists everywhere that the United States stands with Israel. We will not ever fail to have their back. Biden spoke in front of reporters at the White House today after Hamas's surprise attack on Israel, killing at least 100 people and injuring over 1100. The president was visibly angry when he spoke of civilians who were killed and entire families that were taken captive by Hamas. Biden said there is never justification for terrorist attacks and Israel has a right to defend itself and its people. He also had a stern warning against any party hostile to Israel wanting to exploit the attacks for their own benefit. A United flight to Tel Aviv was diverted back to San Francisco and numerous flights are being canceled after the Hamas attacks. Weekend flights to Tel Aviv on United as well as on American and Delta are listed as canceled. Several airlines around the world announced they are canceling flights to Tel Aviv as well as a result of the fighting. The largest health care strike in U .S. history is ending without a contract deal. Kaiser Permanente employees began returning to work today at hospitals in California, Colorado, Oregon and Washington. A Kaiser spokesperson has confirmed that another bargaining session will be held October 12th.

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Monitor Show 13:00 10-07-2023 13:00

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01:54 min | 2 months ago

Monitor Show 13:00 10-07-2023 13:00

"With ForgeFX's virtual training program, Zoe Hoecker can practice welding anytime, anywhere through the Tulsa Welding School. As a result, he's able to up -level his skills and advance his career as a welder. Learn more at meta .com slash Metaverse Impact. Bloomberg Intelligence on Bloomberg Radio, providing in -depth research and data on 2 ,000 companies and 130 industries. And remember, you can access Bloomberg Intelligence through BI Go on the terminal. I'm Alex Steele. And I'm Paul Sweeney. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. President Biden says the U .S. unequivocally condemned Saturday's horrific attacks by Hamas and stands ready to offer whatever support Israel needs. In a White House statement, Biden said Israel has the right to defend itself and its people. He called his administration support for Israel's security rock solid and unwavering. Biden noted that he spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu this morning to offer his support and condolences to the people of Israel. Israeli authorities are confirming at least 70 people are dead and hundreds seriously injured after a major attack by Hamas militants. Israel has declared a state of war after hundreds of rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip this morning. Palestinian media have reported gun battles between Palestinian fighters and security forces. Israeli fighter jets are carrying out targeted airstrikes on the Gaza Strip, where Palestinian officials say nearly 200 people have been killed. Fulton County, Georgia District Attorney Fannie Willis says she's been getting threats. Willis said Friday the threats began when her office indicted former President Trump and 18 others for allegedly interfering with the 2020 election results in Georgia. Willis told the Fulton County Board of Commissioners that the New York City's flash flood emergency.

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Monitor Show 19:00 09-28-2023 19:00

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01:54 min | 2 months ago

Monitor Show 19:00 09-28-2023 19:00

"Zoe Hoecker is a welder who practices his craft in the metaverse with ForgeFX's virtual training platform. He says, Virtual welding lets me train as much as I want, increasing my skills and access to opportunity. Through Tulsa Welding School, Zoe and other welders can use ForgeFX's platform to uplevel their expertise and answer the need for more skilled workers in today's economy. These are the ways skilled professionals are using the metaverse today. Learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Friday, September 29th in Hong Kong, Thursday, September 28th in New York. Coming up this hour, Nike reports quarterly profit above estimates as an inventory glut eases. The United Auto Workers Union is aiming for a 30 % wage bump as the UAW looks to emerge from its strike. And China Evergrande says its billionaire founder is being suspected of crimes. Congress is running out of time to avert a shutdown with no progress reported. Pence says Trump and GOP have abandoned conservative low tax policies. Taiwan unveils a new submarine to fend off possible China attack. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Barcelona is being investigated for potentially bribing referees. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C. Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM119 and around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business Act. It's a little past eight in the morning in Tokyo.

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Monitor Show 13:00 09-26-2023 13:00

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01:55 min | 2 months ago

Monitor Show 13:00 09-26-2023 13:00

"Zoe Hoecker is a welder who practices his craft in the metaverse with ForgeFX's virtual training platform. He says, Virtual welding lets me train as much as I want, increasing my skills and access to opportunity. Through Tulsa Welding School, Zoe and other welders can use ForgeFX's platform to uplevel their expertise and answer the need for more skilled workers in today's economy. These are the ways skilled professionals are using the metaverse today. Learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact. Dot com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Now from our nation's capital. This is Bloomberg Sound On. The Biden administration says we're making good on a long -held promise. Ballooning budget deficits in Washington. We're in a bizarro political world here. Bloomberg Sound On. Politics, policy and perspective. From D .C.'s top names. Most people, including most Republicans in Congress, understand that we need to get aid to Ukraine. Who's going to take us in a rational way into the future and lead our country? This has really become kind of the new frontier in American politics, is this battle between red states and blue cities. Bloomberg Sound On with Joe Matthew on Bloomberg Radio. Joe Biden beats Donald Trump to the picket line. Welcome to the fastest show in politics as Biden becomes the first sitting president to visit a picket line, throwing support behind striking autoworkers in Detroit. It's coming together as we speak a day before Donald Trump does the very same. And we're joined this hour by Congressman Dan Kildee. The Democrat from Michigan was on the picket line himself just days ago. He's now back in Washington for the grand debate over government funding. We'll talk about both with just five days to a potential shutdown. Analysis today from our panel. Rick Davis is back, Bloomberg politics contributor, Republican strategist. Joined today by Al.

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Monitor Show 06:00 09-26-2023 06:00

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01:42 min | 2 months ago

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"With ForgeFX's virtual training program, Zoe Hoecker can practice welding anytime, anywhere, through the Tulsa Welding School. As a result, he's able to up -level his skills and advance his career as a welder. Learn more at meta .com slash Metaverse Impact. For more information on the future of law, visit BloombergLaw .com. Up next, we'll get the latest on Senate efforts to avoid a government shutdown, plus President Biden plans to head to the auto worker picket line. Hour two of Bloomberg Daybreak starts right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. From the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios, this is Bloomberg Daybreak for Tuesday, September 26th. Coming up today, the Senate looks to avoid a government shutdown with a bipartisan deal. President Biden heads to Michigan to stand alongside striking auto workers. Jamie Dimon and David Solomon speak about rising interest rates. And a top Fed official expects one more hike this year. A third arrest in connection with the fentanyl death of a toddler at a New York City daycare, plus Senator Menendez remains defiant against corruption charges. I'm Michael Barr. More ahead. I'm John Stashauer in sports. The Jets sticking with Zach Wilson. Monday night wins for the Eagles and Bengals. The Yankees won their home finale. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM 119, and around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business App.

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Monitor Show 16:00 09-23-2023 16:00

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00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Monitor Show 16:00 09-23-2023 16:00

"With ForgeFX's virtual training program, Zoe Hoecker can practice welding anytime, anywhere, through the Tulsa Welding School. As a result, he's able to up -level his skills and advance his career as a welder. Learn more at meta .com slash Metaverse Impact. Hear the full conversation on the latest edition of the Masters in Business podcast. Subscribe on Apple, Spotify, and anywhere else you get your podcasts. Plus, listen anytime on the Bloomberg Business App and Bloomberg .com.

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Monitor Show 15:00 09-23-2023 15:00

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00:30 sec | 2 months ago

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"Zoe Hoecker is a welder who practices his craft in the metaverse with ForgeFX's virtual training platform. He says, Virtual welding lets me train as much as I want, increasing my skills and access to opportunity. Through Tulsa Welding School, Zoe and other welders can use ForgeFX's platform to uplevel their expertise and answer the need for more skilled workers in today's economy. These are the ways skilled professionals are using the metaverse today. Learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact.

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Monitor Show 14:00 09-23-2023 14:00

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01:54 min | 2 months ago

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"With ForgeFX's virtual training program, Zoe Hoecker can practice welding anytime, anywhere through the Tulsa Welding School. As a result, he's able to up -level his skills and advance his career as a welder. Learn more at meta .com slash Metaverse Impact. Since Lara Williams there, well that does it for this week's opinion. We're produced by Eric Amalo. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Across the region and hazardous coastal conditions have been reported from North Carolina to Delaware. The National Hurricane Center says the storm is packing 50 mile per hour winds as it moves inland across eastern North Carolina. Forecasters expect the system to weaken to a tropical depression as it moves north through Virginia, the DC area and Maryland through Sunday. President Biden is joining the United Auto Workers picket line. Brian Shook has more. Biden tweeted that he was going to Michigan Tuesday to stand in solidarity with the workers as the fight for a fair share of the value they helped create. This comes after UAW President Sean Fain announced earlier this week he would send more workers to the picket lines if substantial progress wasn't made with the big three automakers on a new contract. Union workers say they want a 40 percent pay increase, cost of living adjustments and pensions for all workers. I'm Brian Shook. Texas Governor Greg Abbott is deploying more buses to the border towns of Eagle Pass and El Paso as a way to relieve pressure on migrant shelters. The move comes as government reported a record 181 ,000 migrants illegally crossing the border in August, the highest month of August.

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A highlight from 10 Fun Facts About Realtors (#7 Will SHOCK You!)

Real Estate Coaching Radio

09:09 min | 2 months ago

A highlight from 10 Fun Facts About Realtors (#7 Will SHOCK You!)

"Welcome to Real Estate Coaching Radio, starring award -winning real estate coaches and number one international bestselling authors, Tim and Julie Harris. This is the number one daily radio show for realtors looking for a no BS, authentic, real time coaching experience. What's really working in today's market, how to generate more leads, make more money, and have more time for what you love in your life. And now your hosts, Tim and Julie Harris. We are back. We've got a fun show for you today. We are talking about the National Association of Realtors member profile. Julie and I picked out what we feel are the 10 most interesting points from the member profile and I think point number seven, maybe even point number eight will really surprise you. So Julie, we have a lot to go through. Let's just jump right in. Yes, this is about all of you listening and the agents that you deal with day to day. I think I had a few little mini surprises, but let's go through these relatively quickly. First of all, the typical realtor had 11 years of experience. That's actually up from eight from last year. I think that that's probably surprising to some of you because you know, there are a lot of new licensees and some of you deal with each other all the time, but 11 years of experience is the average. Now we're going to just remember as we go through these points, Julie and I are going to do our best to sort of decipher, I think in a lot of ways, some of this information because when it gets to, for example, they're going to, we're going to talk about average income for the average agent and all the rest of it, but they don't think it's confusing to be honest with you. I can't really understand and maybe somebody who is more knowledgeable about this stuff can put in comments, Nara will often say things like the family income or the household income of the average agent, but I'm not so sure. I mean, does that mean like for example, there's a guy and his wife is a brain surgeon and she makes like $14 million a year and he makes like $4 a year selling real estate, you know, and so obviously that's going to affect the average agent's income. Again, I'm not sure I'm reading the question correctly, but let's just get right to it. Yes, that's right. We'll translate as best we can with the information we've got. So next is interesting because with the market shift, a lot of people like to say, oh, everybody's going to get out of the business and yet 76 % of realtors were very certain that they will remain active as a real estate professional for at least the next two years. Now, Julie and I predicted that when the COVID hit and all the rest of it, that there would be no major drop off in the number of members of a national association of realtors. And those of you who've been attached to us for a long period of time, you will remember us telling you why, and I'll for the rest of you tell you why now, because in previous, you know, fortunately there wasn't a slowdown following COVID, but in previous slowdowns or recessions or all kinds of other things like that in the economy, there hasn't been a decrease in the number of agents, but an increase. And so Julie and I went back as far as we could find from national association of realtors looking at the number of members, and it was very clear that what we theorized was correct just simply by looking at the numbers of agents joining during economic slowdowns. So why do people get real estate licenses during slowdowns? Side hustle. That's true. They need to make more money. Or maybe, you know, if you go back to the sixties and seventies, there were a lot of ladies that were looking to get into real estate that maybe hadn't had out of the home employment before and things of that nature, retired people, but really the real reason why Julie and I knew there wasn't going to be a precipitous drop in the number of, you know, members of the national association of realtors was demographics and demographics ultimately is going to run the show for the real estate industry for the rest of our lives and beyond. The number of humans in the United States that want and need to buy or sell real estate is only increasing. And it didn't make sense to us that, uh, just because there would have been hypothetically because of COVID some kind of slowdown, which as all of you know, there was not quite the opposite actually. Exactly. And just a flash forward to today, we now see that again, Julie and I's theory was correct and you notice all the other naysayers that were, uh, predicting doom and gloom about the number of agents dropping dead, like, you know, 2014 levels or whatever. They're all wrong. And the total number of agents did decrease, but I think it was, it was by basically nothing. And now here's another prediction. Wait for it. We are expecting the number of people getting real estate licenses will start to increase over the next 12 months. I'm following, I think what was a lot of people deciding to, you know, should I get a license? Shouldn't I get a license? And here's how I know that's true. The number of emails and the number of texts I get from people who are getting real estate licenses who want to join Julie and I at eXp royalty is through the roof. Absolutely. And I would also concur from my own private elite coaching clients. Many of them have gotten their adult children licensed, their transaction coordinator licensed, their assistant licensed. You know, there's a lot of things that happen, um, with a change and doing more volume that just, you know, people want to have their family work in the business. There's lots of that going on about 6%. By the way, I did read that about 6 % of current licensees, uh, got licensed as a result of doing something during COVID, you know, supplementing their other job, for example. That's a good point. I mean, there also was a baby boom, you know, so between studying for the real estate test and the, you know, the other thing, I guess there you go, Oh, and I'm sure a lot of those babies eventually get licenses too. I mean, Zoe's already wanting to get a license. So as far as those of you who are looking to upgrade your brokerage experience, a reminder Julie and I are proudly associated with eXp royalty. So if you're looking to join eXp royalty and you're looking for a sponsor, they'll be very proactive in your success at eXp. There are two paths forward for you. Number one is you could just text me directly, and this is if you're ready to land the plane and join eXp and you're ready to choose your sponsor, text me directly at 512 -758 -0206, 512 -758 -0206, text don't call. The other thing you can do also is if you're filling out the application, just put Julie Harris, Georgetown, Texas as your sponsor. If you want to learn more about why so many agents are joining with Julie and I in our group at eXp Realty, by the way, our eXp Realty group, listen to this guys, our eXp Realty group so far this year has done 3 billion, 300 million in real estate transactions on over 11 ,000 transactions if I remember correctly, most of which are on the seller side. So if you want to talk about an incredible success during what should be a slower year for virtually everyone, our eXp Realty group is actually increasing by significant margins and units and in total dollar volume. So yes, we'd love to have you as part of our overall group and if you're ready to join eXp Realty here are your two paths. One, you can just frankly scroll down and click the link and go over that's in the show description below and read more about our eXp Realty group or you can just text me directly at 512 -758 -0206, 512 -758 -0206. In the market that is going to start happening, we're going to guess the next 6 to 12 months it's going to feel very much more like a real estate, frankly, recovery if not a surge. You definitely want to be with a broker that's going to have your back and definitely want to be with a team that you know is experienced to make it so you can help the most people and maximize your potential in real estate and please do consider Julie and I for the job of being your eXp Realty sponsors. All right, next surprising point. Well, next, in last year based on the NAR report, the typical agent had 12 transactions which was the same as the previous year. Now what was the sales volume? Well, the median sales volume for brokerage specialists increased to 3 .4 million from 2 .6 million, so things are looking up there as well. Now they always do a survey about how agents perceive what's going on with their prospects, right? Let's go back to that point, okay? So again, this always goes back to the interesting things when you dig into the numbers. So if the average agent and we are talking about 12 transactions, right? I'm looking at your notes. So 12 transactions and the average home in the United States is $400 ,000. So if you did, for example, I mean, if it's you guys, whatever your market commission is, but let's just call it $10 ,000, $10 ,000 times 12 transactions is $120 ,000 a year and you wonder why real estate is such an amazing business to be in. I mean, come on, it's incredible because during inflationary times, yes, everything is getting more expensive, but so is real estate, which means your average commission is also increasing. Look how smart you were to be in real estate where most everyone else is suffering from inflation and the cost of living and all the rest of it. You actually have a built -in pay increase year after year as things start to inflate even more so in real estate. So there you go, go you. Exactly. And related to that, 17 % of agents sold 10 million or more in volume, 4%, 15 million or more, and 5%, 20 million or more. Some of that you can chalk up to higher average sale prices, but again, go you because it's baked in that you're going to make more money doing more deals at a higher price, right? Okay, so let's look at the next one. All right, so at 32%, lack of inventory remains the most important factor limiting potential clients from making a purchase followed by housing affordability and difficulty finding the right property. I think difficulty finding the right property is the same as lack of inventory.

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Monitor Show 15:00 08-11-2023 15:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:54 min | 4 months ago

Monitor Show 15:00 08-11-2023 15:00

"With respect to the political landscape today, Zoe Tillman walking us through the aspects of the Hunter Biden case and former President Donald Trump's legal woes, among all the other topics. So much for a slow summer Friday. No, no. And thanks again to Brock Long, the former FEMA administrator, for walking us through the response to everything happening in Hawaii. With Kaylee Lines, I'm Jack Fitzpatrick. Bloomberg Business Week starts now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act, this is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Business Week. Insight from the reporters and editors who bring you America's most trusted business magazine, plus global business, finance and tech news as it happens. Bloomberg Business Week with Carol Masser and Tim Stenebeck on Bloomberg Radio. Good afternoon, everybody. It is Friday and we're so glad it is. I'm Carol Masser, along with our Bloomberg News deputy team leader for U .S. Equity, Jess Man. Tim is actually off today and, you know, a lot going on, although I'm kind of just a little lost because I was listening about the aliens from sound on. How could you not? It was so entertaining. It's so funny. When I was at the beach, my family brought up because they know I'm in the news world and they're like, what do you think about these aliens? I'm a little worried about climate change right now and some other things. So, yeah, something really grabs your attention. It does. You know, you bring up an alien and like, you know, we're like, what? Anyway, it is Friday, August 11th. We're getting ready to wrap up the trading day and the trading week. I will say it's been another interesting day. And I do feel like we have been saying this every day where we kind of get one maybe trend, if you will, at the open coming off an economic report or something else.

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A highlight from Algo Solving Climate Change! (XRP Transactions EXPLODING)

The Bitboy Crypto Podcast

05:28 min | 4 months ago

A highlight from Algo Solving Climate Change! (XRP Transactions EXPLODING)

"Thank you, Hillary. And our 72 other friends. Hillary. Hillary, Barack, Joe Biden, thank you for your service. Yes. Thank you for your service, guys. This is Hillary Clinton's face when she's trying to do a serious show. Like I am. It's what it is. Okay. Watch out for Mr. Labs, guys. Watch out for it. They have a scammer at the head. I don't know if she's a scammer or he's a scammer. I don't know. I don't want to disgender. Cisgender? No. Disgender. Ungender? Sorry. We're getting in interesting territory. Is Al Goren teaming up with the Clinton Foundation to fight climate change? Now, I think, are we going to show that meme, BJ, during this? I mean, it's very serious. Well, I would actually say this is serious. We came, we saw, he died. And that is from Hillary Clinton, obviously, referring to Osama bin Laden. Thank you, Hillary. And her 72 other friends. Hillary. Hillary, Barack, Joe Biden, thank you for your service. Yes. Thank you for your service, guys. Sorry. Is Al Goren teaming up with the Clinton Foundation? Now, Al Goren is a very liberal project, just so everybody knows. Zoe McCalley is from MIT. They're very liberal. Very liberal. They love climate change. Love climate change. Same value about them. I don't hold it against them. I just understand these are liberal people that are running the project. Have at it. Teaming up. I don't hold against them. I don't think this is a big, you know, super bad story. And I think with joining with the Clinton Foundation, I'm going to bury that one. I'm not going to say it. I'm not going to say it. So did she. B .J. You're getting a little off there, B .J. B .J. Trying to keep this reined in. Just giving people information. Giving people information. Giving them what they want. Yes. This is what they want. And letting them decide for themselves. And we could, like, we could revamp the show. We could move to like a two joke maximum. Go to a two joke maximum. A one story, two joke maximum. Maybe the people like that. We start finding ourselves every time we go over. Absolutely. Two jokes. Yes. Absolutely. Absolutely. Al Grant Foundation behind Algo has come under scrutiny after Altcoin Daily posted a video today. Al Grant was wearing collaboration with the Clinton Foundation. Guys, this is not new news. You know this is not new news, right? You know we covered this story three months ago. Do people know that? Like, oh, my God. This is Hillary Clinton's face when she's trying to do a serious show. Like I am. It's what it is. Guys, this is not news. We broke the story three months ago. I remember AJ came in one day and was like, you know, AJ, I love AJ. AJ's great. I trashed him earlier. I'm going to lift him up a little bit here. Okay? Me and AJ have our own show coming soon. Yeah. It's going to be a very serious show. As all of our shows are. He's like, man, I don't know what to think about this Clinton Foundation stuff. This is bad. Al Grant's getting with the Clinton Foundation. I love Al Grant. This is bad. Wait a look, Doc. I said, it's not bad. I mean, people can have these relationships. Where they want. Like, guys, it's a liberal project. Of course, they want the Clinton Foundation involved. It doesn't mean it's evil. Just because someone's partnered with the World Economic Forum does not mean they're evil. Just because someone is in the World Economic Forum does not mean they're evil. We don't know. There could be some good people in there. Maybe Fox is in there now. Potentially. I don't know. But, guys, people partner with a lot of people, you know? Plenty of YouTubers out there promoted FTX. It didn't mean they were bad people. Maybe they didn't know. Maybe they didn't know what. Actually, they didn't know. None of the YouTubers that were talking about FTX all the time and promoting it knew what was going on. Nobody knew. We are the first people who started having some suspicions and putting it out there outside of refinance. So you can't really judge them for that. So, look, at the end of the day, Al Grant is a very environmentally focused blockchain. Okay? So, it makes sense. They're trying to be the fastest and the most efficient. So, see, back in February. Oh, I said three months ago. I mean, this is longer. It was six months ago. Six months ago this happened. Kicked off the week with the Clinton Foundation and the Globe. So what I'm saying is, guys, this is not new news. It's old, they call it. Well, it's almost a joke. I'm sorry, guys. I apologize. XRP makes over 1 million transactions daily. One was six euros behind it. Here's why it matters. On August 8, data retrieved by Finbowld, which I've always wondered what Finbowld means. I've always been confused on that. From BitInfoCharts, and you see BitInfoCharts, they clearly distinguish with capital letters. I like that. Shows that there were close to 1 .28 million daily transactions on XRP Ledger as opposed to 1 .09 million for Ethereum. Bitcoin, the leading crypto, lies far behind. We love it when things are behind other things. We love that. Because it shows potential. It shows potential for what could happen.

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"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

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"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"It. That's it. And I'm saying this because I've needed to do the same, right? If it's a bad day, I've needed to redirect either depending on what's happening, either my mom or I redirect my daughter and I completely remove her, you know? We'll go for a walk. We'll go for a job. Whatever it is, we'll go home, whatever. I definitely make sure that I guard her, yeah. Do you explain to her like, oh, grandma's having a bad day, we need to go home or walk or drive or whatever. Lightly, lightly, because as you mentioned, every stage has age appropriate language and conversation. So at that moment, I may say, hey, you know what? Grandma's not feeling well or grandma's just having a bad day. Maybe she'll tear up later, you know? I just say, I keep it very light. Very, very light. So that way she won't feel old grandma's mad at her. You know? Makes sense. Yeah. And it's age appropriate and if you make a big deal about having to remove Zoe from grandma's presence because grandma's having hard time, then the next time it's just, you know, it's almost builds on the negativity instead of like, oh, okay, well grandma's not feeling so well. So we're gonna go home and hopefully she'll be feeling better later. Okay, you know, that just seems like almost like exhaling like, okay, well, that's the way it is and if you stay calm and just handle it, yeah, I can see that being super super beneficial for everybody. You know, but like I was really surprised my mom could not tolerate I had that same problem yesterday and I was recording door slammed the landscaper showed up. It's like noise everywhere. But here we go. Sorry about that. Yeah, fresh air comes with noise, unfortunately. Yes. Anyway. So there was one afternoon I was visiting with my mom in the memory care residents and this other family was visiting and they had I swear if he was too, I'd be surprised this little guy was pretty little. And you know, toddlers are loud. You could hear this kid all over the plucking. And I thought, oh boy, my mom is gonna, 'cause she just could not tune out noise, and I've just actually recently learned that her complaints about noise

grandma Grandma Zoe
"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"It. That's it. And I'm saying this because I've needed to do the same, right? If it's a bad day, I've needed to redirect either depending on what's happening, either my mom or I redirect my daughter and I completely remove her, you know? We'll go for a walk. We'll go for a job. Whatever it is, we'll go home, whatever. I definitely make sure that I guard her, yeah. Do you explain to her like, oh, grandma's having a bad day, we need to go home or walk or drive or whatever. Lightly, lightly, because as you mentioned, every stage has age appropriate language and conversation. So at that moment, I may say, hey, you know what? Grandma's not feeling well or grandma's just having a bad day. Maybe she'll tear up later, you know? I just say, I keep it very light. Very, very light. So that way she won't feel old grandma's mad at her. You know? Makes sense. Yeah. And it's age appropriate and if you make a big deal about having to remove Zoe from grandma's presence because grandma's having hard time, then the next time it's just, you know, it's almost builds on the negativity instead of like, oh, okay, well grandma's not feeling so well. So we're gonna go home and hopefully she'll be feeling better later. Okay, you know, that just seems like almost like exhaling like, okay, well, that's the way it is and if you stay calm and just handle it, yeah, I can see that being super super beneficial for everybody. You know, but like I was really surprised my mom could not tolerate I had that same problem yesterday and I was recording door slammed the landscaper showed up. It's like noise everywhere. But here we go. Sorry about that. Yeah, fresh air comes with noise, unfortunately. Yes. Anyway. So there was one afternoon I was visiting with my mom in the memory care residents and this other family was visiting and they had I swear if he was too, I'd be surprised this little guy was pretty little. And you know, toddlers are loud. You could hear this kid all over the plucking. And I thought, oh boy, my mom is gonna, 'cause she just could not tune out noise, and I've just actually recently learned that her complaints about noise

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"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"I don't know what like April and the early May look like. I think they just probably kept visitors out as much as possible. Right. But yeah, I was just hoping we've learned some things and we can make better choices if this ever happens again, which I hope it does. Let's not speak of that. Let's not even toy with it. Now every time, yeah, every time they say, oh, you know, climate change, we could have more pandemics. It's like shut up. Yeah. I want to read that. The climate. I remember hearing about that when I was much younger and at that time, I didn't really take it for, you know, take it seriously. I just thought it was just a small group of people who were very, very passionate, let's say, but you're right, there's hopefully there's not too much of that to come too many of these changes. Hopefully we'll be able to be proactive and make some changes soon. Definitely. Yeah. So speaking of being proactive and you've written this beautiful book for its four kids, is your daughter's name Zoe. I can't remember from our previous conversation. No, her name is zuri, Missouri. But it's one of those things I chose Zoe because I felt maybe she's gonna get sick of me talking about this down the road. So let me just save her. From all of that and name the character something close to her. But yeah, she definitely is the person who's inspired the character who the character looks like. So tell us about, you know, she's almost three. When we're recording this, what is her interactions with her grandmother like? I mean, I like my daughter's 30, so. I don't have, I don't have any of my niece and nephew were tween and teen. So I didn't have any. I have not. Obviously, not having a brain.

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"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"I don't know what like April and the early May look like. I think they just probably kept visitors out as much as possible. Right. But yeah, I was just hoping we've learned some things and we can make better choices if this ever happens again, which I hope it does. Let's not speak of that. Let's not even toy with it. Now every time, yeah, every time they say, oh, you know, climate change, we could have more pandemics. It's like shut up. Yeah. I want to read that. The climate. I remember hearing about that when I was much younger and at that time, I didn't really take it for, you know, take it seriously. I just thought it was just a small group of people who were very, very passionate, let's say, but you're right, there's hopefully there's not too much of that to come too many of these changes. Hopefully we'll be able to be proactive and make some changes soon. Definitely. Yeah. So speaking of being proactive and you've written this beautiful book for its four kids, is your daughter's name Zoe. I can't remember from our previous conversation. No, her name is zuri, Missouri. But it's one of those things I chose Zoe because I felt maybe she's gonna get sick of me talking about this down the road. So let me just save her. From all of that and name the character something close to her. But yeah, she definitely is the person who's inspired the character who the character looks like. So tell us about, you know, she's almost three. When we're recording this, what is her interactions with her grandmother like? I mean, I like my daughter's 30, so. I don't have, I don't have any of my niece and nephew were tween and teen. So I didn't have any. I have not. Obviously, not having a brain.

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"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"Once again, thanks for joining me fading memories listeners. I have a fantastic guest for you today. I have baleen Campbell. She is the author of the amazing Zoe and grandma's memory box amongst some other books that we might mention today. So thanks for joining me valine. Hi there, Jennifer. Thanks for having me today. Such a pleasure to be here. So tell us about yourself and how you ended up writing a children's book that's based on Alzheimer's and dimension or grandparents with that affliction. Yes, sure. Well, I'm based out of Toronto, Canada. That's, let's start there. My professional background, I went to school to become a physical therapist. So I've been in rehabilitation for some years now, many, many years. I almost forget how time is flying, but yeah, it's been almost 20 years now. Oh my. Yeah. And then I ended up in 2020. I mean, we all know what was happening in the world. It's just one of those years it's going to be forever stamped in our minds. Of course, we had the pandemic and then of course the world turned upside down because of the murder of George Floyd. So it also what was happening in my world at the time I was off of work because of maternity leave. I ended up having my little girl just perhaps middle of 2019 here in Canada. We have one year of maternity leave. So I was still on maternity leave at the beginning of the pandemic. And I just felt I needed to do something creative, it's wonderful raising a little girl or raising a little one. But at the same time, I felt I need to return to myself somehow. So I sat down one day and I penned my first book of the series. It's called the amazing Zoe defeats the germy germlines. And by that title, I'm sure you can gather that it was a little bit about the pandemic at the time, mainly hand washing, but also I wanted to focus on the importance of diversity in literature. So I had the character. I developed the character who is a lead character who looks like me. She's a little black girl, girl of color.

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"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"Once again, thanks for joining me fading memories listeners. I have a fantastic guest for you today. I have baleen Campbell. She is the author of the amazing Zoe and grandma's memory box amongst some other books that we might mention today. So thanks for joining me valine. Hi there, Jennifer. Thanks for having me today. Such a pleasure to be here. So tell us about yourself and how you ended up writing a children's book that's based on Alzheimer's and dimension or grandparents with that affliction. Yes, sure. Well, I'm based out of Toronto, Canada. That's, let's start there. My professional background, I went to school to become a physical therapist. So I've been in rehabilitation for some years now, many, many years. I almost forget how time is flying, but yeah, it's been almost 20 years now. Oh my. Yeah. And then I ended up in 2020. I mean, we all know what was happening in the world. It's just one of those years it's going to be forever stamped in our minds. Of course, we had the pandemic and then of course the world turned upside down because of the murder of George Floyd. So it also what was happening in my world at the time I was off of work because of maternity leave. I ended up having my little girl just perhaps middle of 2019 here in Canada. We have one year of maternity leave. So I was still on maternity leave at the beginning of the pandemic. And I just felt I needed to do something creative, it's wonderful raising a little girl or raising a little one. But at the same time, I felt I need to return to myself somehow. So I sat down one day and I penned my first book of the series. It's called the amazing Zoe defeats the germy germlines. And by that title, I'm sure you can gather that it was a little bit about the pandemic at the time, mainly hand washing, but also I wanted to focus on the importance of diversity in literature. So I had the character. I developed the character who is a lead character who looks like me. She's a little black girl, girl of color.

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"zoe" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"At least in our viewpoint. To be successful at polyamory, it's not about the other people. It's always about yourself. So there is some level of being able to look in the mirror and really identify things about yourself. And work on things about yourself. In my previous monogamous marriages, if I did something to make my spouse jealous, then the solution was to stop doing it. Or to do it when she wasn't looking, right? In polyamory, if Don does something that causes me to feel jealousy. And wordsmith that nobody can make you feel anything. But we'll just roll with it. Then it behooves me to look in the mirror and say, why does that thing cause me jealousy? What am I going to do about that? How do I address that? How do I get away from that jealousy having weight? Because I've made a choice, I want to be polyamorous. This is the authentic people that we are. And I don't like feeling jealous. So what am I going to do about that? And can my partners help me with that without changing who they are? And you're still dealing with a big cross section of people. So some are mature in some are not. Some of us started out, like I said, 20 some years ago, the way Dan and I are poly now is not how we started out. There was a lot of baggage to get through a lot of hurdles to jump a lot of work to do, which is why we wrote the polyamory toolkit. That's 25 tools we've learned over 20 some years from, I don't even know where some of them came from. They just popped into our heads because they were needed at the time. So, you know, this is how we've grown. And it's much different. We work very hard at not having drama in our relationship at this point. I'm so sorry I swear I wasn't laughing at you. I don't know if you saw what just happened, but if you didn't see it, we're gonna know what just happened. Okay. Let's just say I should see. And I was like, oh no. It's okay, listeners, it doesn't matter. No, I definitely. This episode got spicy. So listeners will never know because they don't get to see it. What are they going to imagine? Anywho. I agree with Dan that there is some level of maturity where you really just have to be honest with yourself, but that doesn't mean that polyamorous relationships don't have the same pitfalls as monogamous relationships like Dan talked about, you know, in a monogamous relationship, like people feel jealousy in polyamorous relationships, people feel jealousy, but like he said, the main difference I've noticed is rather than putting your jealousy on the other person to like. Fix for you, it's a lot of internal work. Jealousy is honestly one of my biggest hurdles and a lot of that is once again tied into my mental health. Of just my own self image and, you know, it's not something that layer can come in and be like, poof, you think, amazing things about like, it's not something that I tried. He has tried, and I love him for trying. And sometimes he literally sits there and he's like, I feel useless. I don't know what to do here, because I'll tell him, you know, how I'm feeling about something. I did this yesterday actually. It's like, I'm feeling this way about something. And he's like, I don't know, a lot. I hope you with that. I'm like, I didn't say you did have to help me with that. That's my own legit. I'm fighting very hard against what then described as the, you know, caveman must fix feeling. So that's a reaction that comes very naturally to me because I'm like, you're my person. I don't want to see you hurt. It sucks. So try and fix. And it's like, yeah. It's taking considerable effort, but I'm learning to try and back that automatic reaction up and at least. Like Zoe said, you know, communicate. Yeah, I want to but I don't know what to do here or, you know, you telling me there's nothing I can do leaves me stuck with the, well, fuck, now I feel useless feeling. And so that's a new one to try and figure out how to resolve so yeah, there's a level of maturity, but there's, I feel like polyamory has its own struggles that, you know, that come with it and like John said some people are mature about it and some people are not mature about it. Like I was dating a person who's something went wrong with another one of their partners and they basically just stopped seeing me as well and don't get me wrong I totally understand when you're having a relationship issues and how that can affect your mental health insured emotional well-being. But exactly the point where I was suffering for something that I didn't even do and I had nothing to do with and so you know that takes a different level of maturity to be like, you know, hey, I got to separate these relationships in my head and that's a, you know, an issue just with being polyamorous. So I would say that I would say polyamory needs a lot of communication, like I would say more so than being in a monogamous relationship, mostly just because you're dealing with multiple people and multiple different wants and needs and everything flowing. So there becomes a huge, huge, huge need for communication. And I feel like that also involves a lot of vulnerability because you got to really be in tune with your emotions and what the heck's going on with them. So that might be where some of the maturity comes in. It's definitely because my first reaction was, yeah, I don't want to do that. I feel like people think polyamory is like, oh my God, you can see people, I just sort of got people think it's like orgies and rainbows. And I'm just like, it's a lot of work. And I tell people, you know, I swear to God, I had three partners at one time, and I was having issues with all three of them. And then people were like, why do you do this to yourselves? I genuinely want to. You know, like this sucks right now when you're having issues with all of your partners at once, but I wouldn't have my life any other way. Once again, I can not see myself being monogamous. There's a lot to be said for not having to find everything that you are looking for from just one person and putting all that on just one person. You know. Much as I love Zoe, there's some things that I have needs wise that isn't in our relationship and not having to try and shoehorn it in and being able to look elsewhere to another partner to have

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"zoe" Discussed on High Tea

High Tea

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on High Tea

"Speaking of our colleges, if you can get a full ride, everything you want to take care of. All the expendable income, all that shit. If it was all taken care of, what school would you want to go to? I don't know. I never thought that deep into that into that type of stuff. I mean, if you want to make an imaginary Zoe want a one school for school pepperdine, look. Get me an application. I'll sign it right now. Oh, I.

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"zoe" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"zoe" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"College, I think it's the biggest under 22 show since I have known my daughter, Zoe Simmons. I would say over 22 as well. Yeah, but especially like, but I mean, this has hit people of all age ranges. So what happened? Do you think it was the pandemic started it? And people caught up to season one and we're ready. So much bigger. It did have the advantage of having the pandemic and allowing people to catch up with the episodes and binge them. But I also feel like Zendaya has become probably the biggest actress in the world because the Spider-Man, the new one came out, and that was ginormous. That got more streams views than Avatar. Yeah. Which is insane, because avatar is one of the biggest movies ever. So Zendaya being the lead character in the show definitely helped. And I think people caught up on HBO Max. I heard from a friend of mine at HBO that euphoria's audience was like 80% HBO Max because your generation doesn't even know when things are on. They just know they go on the streamer. I mean, it's unfair that life we live. So leisure filled. Unfair, fair. I'm fear for everyone. No unfair for everyone else I mean, because I could just enter any app and watch whatever show I want without having to wait most of the time. That's what was great about euphoria. You could just binge through it during the pandemic. So why did the show hit? What happened? What made it go to another level, explain it to us? I mean, I feel like the majority of our viewers are people in high school just out of high school in college just out of college. And through the pandemic, we were really robbed of all experiences of high school, so having a TV show as we're reentering the real world, that basically explains everything that goes on in high school and in college to the fullest. Wait a second. I mean, I would hope this does explain everything. Oh, it does. The show's insane. It is insane. And you could say that a lot of it is exaggerated, which it is. But the premise, like the true core of this TV show, is completely accurate to the way that high school is. Explain. I mean, I feel like parents are so oblivious, even though everyone was kids at some point. Now that we have technology, it's a whole new wave of being a teenager, everything is different now. Everything is more accessible to people who use drugs like rue. I mean, that's more of an old style thing where she has her dealer and she goes to fez and he has this little shop, but nowadays it's like you SnapChat your dealer and he's at your house in ten minutes. Your.

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"zoe" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids

Bedtime Stories For Kids

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"zoe" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids

"Potato, Zoe and Olivia. There are a bit bored and they don't know what to do. Their mom Erica suggests that they should go outside and play. But what should we go and do and play Mateo says? So unsure of what to do Matteo Zoe and Olivia go outside. They look to the left of the street, but there's no one there to play with. And then they look to the right side of the street, and there is also nobody to play with. What to do so he asks when Olivia turns around, looks at the garage and says, hey, we should go ride our bikes. Let's do it. Madeo says I'm gonna tell hops on the big bike and Zoey on the smaller one and then Olivia and the smartest one. Let's go this way. And off they go all three of them. And after a biking and biking for a few minutes, they see a sign. At first, in the distance, it's a small sign, but as they get closer and closer, the sign becomes bigger and bigger. And the sign it reads, hey Matteo zo in Olivia, this way. This way, so he says, how did they even know we were biking here, Olivia says? Let's go, Matthew says. As they make a left turn and follow the sign. About 5 minutes later, there's another sign. And this time the sign says 5 more minutes than you have arrived. Arriving where Olivia is asking if only we know Zoe says. But let's keep on going. And after biking for 5 more minutes, the following sign along the road says Matteo. Zoe and Olivia. Welcome at the farm. Welcome at the uni, source farm. Unisource farm. What is that Matteo says? Well, I am glad you asked because at that moment, two people come walking up. My name is mister uni and this is misses corn. And on our farm, we have two super mega special animals. Would you have any idea when the farmers call the unisource farm what two animals would be on this super special farm? On our farm, miss corn says we have baby unicorns and baby dinos. And you have come right on time because they are both super hungry and they need to be fed and we need some help. Let's go to the unicorn. Olivia and Zoe say and they all follow mister uni to the barn where as mister uni opens the door of the barn, they stare into a huge room with at least 25 baby unicorns. Wow. Potato says, they all have different colors. This is awesome. And as they walk into the unicorn barn, all 25 baby unicorns start running towards them is the cutest thing ever, so he says. Well, don't just stand around, miss corn says they are super hungry. Please grab a bottle from over there with this special baby unicorn milk and help us feed them. It took a while to feed 25 baby unicorns. But as number 25 finishes up the bottle of baby unicorn milk, mister yuni says, okay, we have to move to the dino barn. The dino barn? Yes, Matteo y'alls, and he follows mister uni as he leads the way from the baby unicorn barn to the baby dino barn. Now, before we enter the dino barn, can we please make sure that we all don't have any candy or anything sweet in our pockets because the baby dinos have a great sense of smell and they love anything sweet. What happens when you do have something sweet in your pockets Olivia asks? Well, you will just have to find out when at that moment, misses corinne opens the door from the barn from the baby dino barn, and inside are about 15 little baby dinos. They're jumping and dancing around with excitement because they know that they're going to get fat. When suddenly, three of the baby dinos run towards my tail and they start to smell and smell and smell him. What they would say is make them stop make themselves a ticker. When Matteo pulls out a sweet from his left pocket see, Olivia, this is what happens when you go into the burn with sweets, misses misses Cortez. So Olivia, Zoe and Matteo, spend the next hour, helping to feed the baby dinos. When it is time to go and bike back home. What a super fun afternoon Zoe says. And then to think that we thought that this afternoon would be super boring. And with that, we're gonna end today's episode. Please do share it with all your Friends in your family. I hope you had fun. Join me in the next adventure. And if you want me to create a story it is for you and simply ask any grown-up to get in touch. So with that being said, I wish you good night. I wish you sweet dreams. If you're not yet going to sleep, I wish you an amazing day, and I will see you in the next adventure..

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"zoe" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"zoe" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"You know and i think that was really important at that time in terms of representation. But but yeah i think for me like i was really interested in trans representation on when it came to a story about young women stepping into their power. And i think just around like feminism in general and how trans women can be all too often excluded from these conversations in these spaces that i really wanted to be a part of the story and that was a really interesting part of the casting process. Because you know i was looking for someone really specific to as like a trans latina teenager and so we worked with glad who was incredibly helpful. Basically put out a big cassie notice to tons of non actors. And i think we've got like two hundred submission of young trans latino women. Yeah and i found zoe luna who got the part Through that process and she was just such an incredible addition to the cast and just to the entire experience. But i think in terms of the crew on that film. I brought a lot of the women with me from bandit. I brought my ep. Hillary spirit i bought from editor libby. Kunin i brought my producer to tell anderson. I brought my production zainur. Hillary gertler and i think that was just that which is like. It's not a lot of women but when people walk on set and the department heads are women it is like it tends to like throw people. There's like wait what's happening So it is an interesting experience. When i feel like i'm failing you know because i'm not doing more having more women on a crew that it's already feels quite like i dunno revolutionary people. Outside of of me it is and it creates a very seismic in palpable shift. Your even for you know for our pilot that we did in february of this year. It's me you know as the number one is an executive producer and my schoener. My all my ap's you know our dp. Yes our scripts reviser multiple department heads all women and what was really fun was to watch all the men onset. Talk about how. They had more fun working on our show than they had low price to you. Oh totally total fun too. Yeah on on band aid adam. Pally who stars it with me was oftentimes the only man on set and the way that he talked about it was just like that was the best experience of my life. You know And i think it is. It's so not about like excluding anyone it's actually about like the beauty of ally ship in that way when someone can realize how much there could be improved when when these huge paradigm shift. Yes that it's not a scary thing that it's actually a really like enlivening thing for everyone when you think about those kinds of paradigm shifting and and i mean even historically were tying moment ago with the original craft and with your film legacy in bringing in the character of laura's in wanting to highlight this experience free you know young trans kids. How did you ensure that the character was an accurate reflection of those kids in their experiences. did you. Did you have zoe. Give a lot of feedback and information to you for the character. Did you guys tweak that together yeah. Zoe was obviously a huge asset. And while quite young she turned eighteen between me casting her and us shooting. So you know..

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"zoe" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"zoe" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

"People dynamics get tips and insights from multiple award winning author and leadership expert herself. Zoe routh now on with the shard. Hate so my question for you is this. Have you got the capacity for delayed gratification..

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"zoe" Discussed on The Game is Afoot!

The Game is Afoot!

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"zoe" Discussed on The Game is Afoot!

"Hello listeners. This is brian. I am the keeper. Today we are playing monster of the week my first time ever as well as my wonderful guest zoe. Why don't you yourself introduce yourself with your name your pronouns and your character's name and characters pronouns you bet so my name is zoe my pronouns or she heard and characters name as june her pronouns also she her all right so we did a little bit of back and forth. I try to know a bit about the character before. I create the game June is a mundane correct correct. So june is starting her first day of school at saint judas highschool. I can't remember about this morning. So saint judas. High school is in. The town of saint judas. The inhabitants don't really seem to notice that it is kind of strange place. The best way to describe it. Is this little things that feel off sometimes. Like when you're going uphill it somehow going downhill little innocuous things that together. Just give kind of odd feeling that the town. It's nestled between lake and the philosophy philosophers hills. Which makes it a really scenic area and someone who just got there like you might assume that the town is too small to hold any big secrets other than maybe who. The mayor's wife is having affair with that kind of town. So normally in monster of the week we would spend the beginning of the game kind of figuring how everyone is related to each other. But we're doing one on one so let's skip it. It's not important. How do you start your day getting ready for your first day of school well. I'm a little grumpy already. Because i'm a junior going into my junior year and didn't especially want to be transplanted from my old school to brand new one right but the parents job type thing you know we couldn't pass it up blah blah whatever I have three siblings. So it's always kind of a chaotic scene in the morning. So i'm like out of bed. Sort of trudging to the bathroom or someone in it. I'm knocking on the adjusting to brush my teeth. Oh my god so. You're pretty standard. Pretty standard yes So when you finish brushing your teeth getting ready for your day you go down for breakfast. And one of your. Dad's is sitting at the table. Doing what he does every morning. Listening to the radio the other dad is in the kitchen making some breakfast for everyone And he says june honey. I hope you've got enough time for eggs. Yeah i think. I can squeeze in some eggs dad so you sit down with all of your siblings and your dad who is listening to the radio and it's a lot of hustle and bustle. The radio has some story on it. About how a lot of people keep falling Falling passing out sorry because of dehydration and then they have to be rushed to a hospital in a different town because saint judas is a very small place. I keep tripping overseas judas. Because i know not going but yes state. Judas saint judas people keep getting rush out of saint judas to get to the nearest hospital because they've passed out due to dehydration. I'm going to grumble. How hard is it to remember to drink water. I think way you're younger. Siblings hands a glass to one of your brothers and goes last jordan fair enough and then after that you're off to school do you think of your dad's drives you or are you a bus writer. Dad's hop in the car. Yeah so let's say radio dot. I don't know why i didn't name. I like radio radio data and eggs. Dad dad dad worked for now. Radio dad hops in the car. With all of you you drop off your to elementary aged siblings i than the middle school age one and then it's your turn when they pull when you both pull up to the school. It's your normal seen fairly sized high school definitely bigger than my school mossy rock. If you're wondering it's small but not as big as the six building school that i subbed out a few weeks ago. And she crested in marching van by the way just aside wondering marching band was like all of you cames. But i was in it. Yeah you pull up to the high school and radio dad parks and he says june. I know you didn't want switch towns but this'll be good. I promise you'll get to make new friends. Yeah i mean now that i'm here. It's like how he looks like it could be okay. I guess yeah. And i think we're going to be staying here for awhile. So maybe at the end of the week we go get you a dog oak. What's no stop. No hold the phone is that are you. Are you for real god. I have told me this this morning. I hated my gosh. Oh my gosh okay. All right well. Let's get this week. Who have a good day at school on cape bye bye love you love you and i think you're like almost through the school gate. I picture there being a gate and then in a courtyard in the school okay. So you're almost through the school gate before radio dot sticks his head out. The window goes kick some ass home and drives away. Well wouldn't be my dad. We didn't come like you're walking up to the front of the building. When you hear the roar of motorcycles and four motorcycles pull up to the school parking lot i think they parked to a space. Not technically what you're supposed to do. But they're trying to conserve space for cars. Consider it what you describe. What the leader of this motorcycle group looks like the one thing that it will insist upon is that. She's very tall. Okay otherwise. I'm on board with tall. Okay definitely like feick appropriate but also very like managing to be cool and sexy type. Leather attire Short cropped hair. Let's say it's blonde sharp features but still like kind of not a standoffish certified but very cool and collected and very like in possession of herself. If if you're okay. Okay great perfect. Yeah yeah so this leader of this group from what you're able to tell from your position. gets offer bike the other girls get off their bikes as well and they start walking into the school. I pick my jaw above the four real quick on. I'm gonna follow at a distance trying not to be too big of a big obvious weirdo about it. But trying to keep my sights okay. So you're trying to keep her in your sights. I think you have a different class than she does. First thing in the morning not that you would really be able to tell that because you don't get to see where she's going before you are interrupted by this short pleasantly plump girl with really curly dark hair and big brown eyes and dark skin. Who says kina. I'm your body. Oh hey i'm june. It's great to meet you. Are you.

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"zoe" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"zoe" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Well you know. Sometimes you have that experience anyway but people at all they're gone in part because the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. There's an interesting new series. it's called the one. That's gonna be premiering on netflix. As we taped this it'll be on march twelfth. Maybe it's already airing as we as we talk did not actually editor anymore anyway. But we have zoe tapper. Who is playing kate on this series. Welcome zoe great to talk to you about this series. Thank you so much honey. I'm really really excited to talk to you about it. I'm glad thank you. I mean this is a an interesting concept. And i wanna get your opinion on this. I think the hardest thing to do in a person's lifestyle lifetime is to find that perfect person that you bond with and you marry or or or even date. It's so hard you can get a job. You can get another job but finding that right person is so difficult and this series addresses that on. I think now more than ever when. I don't know how it's been working for you. But we're enough the lockdown in the uk. And i think people really craving human contact. I mean we've goodness technology. Thank goodness we can all talk to each other. I presume i don't have things but there's nothing quite like being in the same room being able to hug somebody being up to kiss somebody i think so. All of those all of that need for human connection has has been exacerbated tenfold and and so when you see a world such as the one in in the one where people can kind of mask thing fingers implying that tough love is. It's almost too betrayed like the perfect solution to people's problems with people have sometimes vice election loneliness. Yes it's it's. It's an incredibly interesting premise. Isn't it yeah using dna to literally find your perfect match Show there's good and bad things about that if you're compatible. dna wise. and you're very much the same Sometimes opposites attract too. So i guess there's some there's some danger in that.

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"zoe" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"zoe" Discussed on Cineflek

"Zoey sophie and clara. Welcome to the podcast here along good to be here. This is your first time. So welcome especially these. These other have been here ways. I can times. I cannot say rid of two times. Yeah i think actually what we're going to do now is sophie and i are gonna leave and we're actually going to start our own podcast and new another about time episode called in. It's about time you grab your own plan nonstop okay. So be part of a drinking game about time. Came out in twenty thirteen zo. You thought this was a netflix original. So i'm assuming you saw is assuming you saw this fairly recently. Yeah i saw it last month. And i don't deserve to be here. I thought it was a netflix original. Good and you know. I stand by it you know. It's it's kinda. Got a second life on netflix youtube. Both seen it in theaters. Before ya so. I saw it while i was i. Don't i think. I might have seen it alone or with one of my sisters. It was back when i was working at a regal and it came out. And so i was like i have free movie tickets. Agassi this movie. Yeah no big deal to flex or anything. But i used to come home smelling like popcorn every day so lax. i wish i watched it in a theater. I don't i. i don't think. I think i've watched on my computer. It may have been on like netflix or just a random website online. I can't remember. I was in college. I was with did come out. Twenty thirteen twenty one eighteen. No i watch us in high school then. Yeah i remember thinking. It was okay back then because i was an idiot and didn't know anything about cinema as one is one would as one would and then i re watched it last year for the first time in a while and i cried my eyes out and i was like why i love this movie and then i watched it again. Like two weeks ago with -sego he had never seen it. I forced him to watch it. He ended up loving it. Which is great gum. But i i don't know why i loved it even more this time around. I was like oh my god. This movie so beautiful. I started crying during all just loved it. I've had such great experience with this with this movie. And i adore it. I dropped you all crying. Selfie like that was that was right after it was right after the it was right after the where they like the rules to let go back and like skip stones together i just now and the cast richard curtis's actual son in the in the role of the little boy. That adorable weight is richard. Curtis that's the guy who plays ten not crisis director the director so he's also done. He's also done actually best four weddings and a funeral notting hill. He's known for these kind of like koonig british Big shot say big shop for sure. I do have to say. I was realizing this watch. How much Hugh grant owes his public Persona richard curtis because domino gleason is literally just doing a hugh grant less. Yeah honestly yeah totally doing it. He's like it's it is a huge grant character. I share a one hundred like like young. Hugh grant could totally done this. We have a great now. That's true we do. We do this guy and more run comps on what what times throughout this movie made. Y'all cry like ooh the one where he goes back in time to get his sister to to never meet that jackass boyfriend guy and then he comes back. He only sees kid and it's not his daughter. It's his like son. He doesn't know any picks it up. He's like that's not my child. I like i started bawling. I started couldn't stand between. I didn't expect to cry. Yeah i bryant. Because i was like what is this child. I was just like the maker. Like i don't know who this is. What is this a child.

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"zoe" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"zoe" Discussed on Z104

"Zoe Kravitz divorcing her husband of 18 months. The marriage didn't last very long. But if you've got the hot Zoe Kravitz she's single again and Jonathan Van Ness from Queer Eye. You might know him better as the guy who's in the gymnastics commercial with Simone Biles. He got married. And I guess he married his best friend of analogy breaks so Coming up in the next year on the Z Weight watchers has a new celebrity spokesperson for 2021 for the first time in a long time. There's one major difference with this choice and you'll never guess who's headlining Lollapalooza this year is the last people you would guess What shoot know about everything. Got what shoe me won't have been a story game with you. You get what you please. We biting get in control. You may be sure win me. You know what I'll be doing like to go, bro. It's not like what I see going to go jogging every morning and she made me breakfast almost every morning and she take it in. Take me for surely there, though. I'll be waking up to fix before the only on every weekend. My shorty coming over shortly FND out, but she liked freshman over. See driving. No cameras. She pulling in a row, bro. What is so curly? A life? He said. What should know about us? Everything I've got? What? Sure me won't have been ist over again with you. You get what you please. We biting gated control. When me. You know where I'll be Glad to go, bro. Like what? I see. I said, Are you cold front?.

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