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How streaming services and COVID-19 upended Hollywood
"Coronavirus is up ended. A lot of things about our lives but few industries has seen as drastic a change as the entertainment business with the ride streaming services and social begging the question. What happens the movie theaters a broader. Chang this is your daily charge joining us way to this. Transformation is our media expert johnson. Welcome john so let's start with a recap of the year. We saw the launch the number of streaming services peacock. Hbo max and then of course stalwarts like netflix. Continue to dominate. Pop culture with shows like tiger king in queen's gambit. How did the so-called street war shakeout in twenty twenty. We saw breakaway successes and truly epic failures over the course of the last year among all the new services that launched in the last fourteen months or so nothing compares to disney plus the subscribers that a service brings in that's the currency of success for streaming services. And no matter how you look at it. Disney plus blew away all other new competitors completely out of the water disney hoped to have between sixty million and ninety million subscribers within five years and it nearly hit the top of that. Its most obstacle optimistic expectation at nearly beat that within one year not five. It's at eighty six point eight million subscribers at the end of its first year and then on the flip side you had these failures quickly. Which entered twenty twenty swinging it was booking super bowl commercials. It was making it rain. All over hollywood paying stars tons of money to make these short form Cereal movies and chapters and Daily essentials and other things that if you could see me i'm making all these little air quotes but it totally flopped and it announced that it was completely shutting down just seven months after launching. So we've seen some really legendary story play out in the streaming world this year definitely and in between though we had a couple of those services. Hbo max peacock which all launched as well and lose a little bit quieter for them up until the end of the hbo. Max how did those two services fair out when they were they launched didn't do as well as disney plus but nothing has done is walls just pause. You really. nothing else compares to what they've been doing you know if if disney plus had it had the insane year that it did their launches would look you know pretty good all right. Hbo max is at you know. I have to check the numbers. But it's at i think. Eight point six million accounts and peacock has more than that because he got chasm free tier. Hbo max you have to pay fifteen dollars a month to access it or b a each b. o. l. subscriber That has a deal with. Hbo backs in order to get it. But the point is you know. They're doing fine sean. It's compared to a truly extraordinary. Unexpected success like disney plus that. It looks like they're really doing poorly and to be fair to you know. Hbo max with its high price. Point the fact that the fact that it was kind of a Confusing proposition two people and The fact that it wasn't on roku or fire tv the two most popular devices for months that also crimped it in particular its appeal. you know. They're like thirty some million people that can have. Hbo max basically for free because they are. They're already paying for hbo and of those were at or still at below ten million accounts. Right we are back so it's definitely struggled in some senses yet. It will disney plus held by a number of big cultural milestones the hamilton earlier this year. Of course mandalorian is back more baby love even new law which at that dollar premium charged pretty well. Hbo max is poised to have its potential big moment tomorrow with the release of what am nine hundred eighty four. I'm curious what you think. The impact is there and as we sort of look for. You know how that's going to help set the way movies are released. Well it cer- certainly gonna superchargers interest in hbo coupled with the fact that it max not only is releasing wonder woman On christmas day the same day that it's available to see in theaters on those that are open It's also making it. Its entire slate. The warner brothers. Entire slate of movies for the entirety of next year are going to be released the same way where there. It's available to stream on. Hbo max the same day. It's in theaters for a period of one month. So people have one month to to sign up for talks log into it if you already have. It watched like some of the you know wonder woman. Nineteen eighty-four dude matrix. Four tons of like huge movies and smaller ones that are also heading to spin. It looks like that's ever happened before people are really excited about it. It's gonna supercharge interest in the streaming service. But it also means that you know. It's kind of a crossing of the rubicon For decades theaters have had a seventy at least seventy five days where they get exclusive access to new movies and of course during the pandemic with these widespread theater closures senate as being closed a lot of companies have tried to figure out. How can you can't have a seventy five day window or something is only in theaters. When there aren't any theatres open and the ones that are people. Don't feel safe going to so we've seen a lot of experimentation about. What do we do in this situation. But this move by warner brothers. Hbo max are. They're making so many of these really big budget movies available. What's known as day and date or it's available for home video streaming the same day that it's in theaters. That's that's a point of no return like things are never. They might not look exactly like that once. The coronavirus and the pandemic are in our rear view window. But it's never going to be theaters and the transit. Never going to be exactly the same again. So the reaction will imagine for folks out there who are locked down this is. This is good news but not everyone has created this with open arms. Right number of directors filmmakers actors have been up in arms. Or who's been sort of speaking out against this. Practice will certainly christopher nolan. Who is a longtime warner brothers director. He's bamed all of his big films with warner brothers and most recently His tenant was released by warner brothers and not partly led to this decision. That warner brothers needed to figure out something other than purely theatrical premieres for films tenant was released it did tentative fine overseas it did reasonably well but in the us tanks. Like i he nolan is is a faint is fame Famously defensive of the theatrical experience. He's one of those ought autour filmmakers who treasures that big dark room and the hush crowd gasping all the same time like. That's that's is cocaine or whatever and he didn't want to give that up and they didn't make him and they released tenet where it had an exclusive period in theaters and it s than sixty million dollars at the box office. That you know. It's standard for one of his movies to make one hundred million plus in the us at the box office so the fact that they saw that it's just not tenable Just not tenable to have this sort of theatrical this preciousness around theatrical release at least during the pandemic they went a different route they. There's is the most extreme that any studio has announced so far a lot of other studios are trying to be a little more compromising and their decision was made largely without consultation with filmmakers. Which you know. It's one thing to up end. These long held norms. Some of which a lot of filmmakers really treasure like christopher nolan really treasures this theatrical the experience and protecting it but it's not always it's it's the medium not the message sometimes in the fact that they sort of dropped this bomb on these people without with wonder woman. There's a lot of consultation with those filmmakers but the entire slate like they couldn't reach out because people talk in hollywood if they reached out to some people get all over town so they basically maybe with a little bit of notice tried to get it out to some people but essentially shut. Drop this bomb on the filmmaker community and that in addition to the fact that it was such a dramatic change from what's baked into contracts and what people expected is it led to a really huge backlash and we're going to see if they're going to get sued or get sued. You might have to walk back many things. They might have to take something that were on the two thousand twenty one slate off the twenty twenty one slates and they don't fall under this so called hybrid strategy. That's something we're going to play out next year. Well curious if this is a a one off thing or is this this pandemic related that twenty one is like twenty twenty a bit of a lost year as be struggled to kind of get back enormously but once you get past it go back to normal. You mentioned the crossing the rubicon. How do you think things the changes that were saying. Now my kind of play out the long term or will there be more of a hybrid approach like what one of the things look like once we get to some semblance of normalcy again. It's never going back to the way. It was like the way the seventy five day ninety day window. That theaters get new movies. That's not coming back even after the pandemic because i think consumers for a really long time have wanted more options. Especially i mean. Young consumers don't understand even older consumers. Don't understand why you have to wait that long to choose where you get to watch your movie you know. Like the seventy five and ninety day window and theater followed by the dvd followed by online vod online rentals followed by a pay one window followed by a pay to win. Like there's going it's going to change but we can say for sure. Theaters are not going to be able to count on that sort of cushion. Seventy five day to ninety day window getting all new movies. They can't count on that because too many of these studios are owned by media companies that are also launching streaming services. I'm really want them to succeed. It's not just warner brothers on by. At and t. and also owns hbo. Max that is playing and experimenting with these new formats like you mentioned milan. That's disney disney decided disney of all studios. They build their franchises on theatrical release. That means a lots of them. But they're still even toying with things like you said they released hamilton which is supposed to be a big screen movie. Next year they released it more than a year in advance and put a totally free on disney plus for their big budget stuff. They're putting it on disney plus with this. What's not calling premier access which is basically when you pay a thirty dollar extra fee and you get movies like milan that you can stream day and date same day as in theaters next year. They're going to do that with riot. Dragon but even with dizzy. They've said they haven't defined what they're gonna do with marvel movies. It looks like they're gonna give marvel movies. Which are you know. Some of their biggest blockbusters that they still have on the slate coming up. They're going to give them some time in the theaters because they know how important that is to building a franchise having that sort of mythic proportion in a theater is really important to a marvel movie whether or not black widow comes to streaming a lot earlier than it would have before in previous you know. In the olden days. A year ago it would've taken about six months to nine months for any theatrical disney movie to make the disney plus. Maybe that'll shrink. What we do know is that theaters are not going to be able to count on a seventy five day. Window consumers are going to have a lot more options about win and where they get to watch new movies and the theatrical spirits is going to have to change you know without having that really special treatment that kid gloves treatment of getting seventy five day window. You're going to see theaters having to adapt offering more food upgrading. The experience of going there They're gonna have to experiment with a lot of different payment models even maybe The point is movie. Theaters haven't really had to adapt or innovate for decades. Because i've had this protected window and that protected window is going to change. But it's never coming back the way it was and the theater. Experience is going to change too so that change is thrust upon them and they're forced to adapt. Do you think theaters are doomed to failure are they are they they are they screwed ultimately. Because i frankly i missed the theater experience but i can't see myself going back for while and so we'll we'll theater survive long enough to be able to adapt and change. Yeah the are going to survive like they just won't be as many and they won't look the same as they did. Which you know a natural thing movies have been around cinemas have been around for a really long time. It's one of. Its basically the first mass mass visual audio visual media You don't have theaters like the depression-era people's palaces anymore. we don't go to theaters. That look like someplace that would have a metropolitan opera in. That's what happened in the twenties thirties. We don't have that anymore because things change television happened. So that's going to be another change but what you're gonna see the the gigantic megaplexes. Amc's the cinemark probably going to get smaller because they can't if you don't have that exclusive access to something that people can choose whether or not they're watching it on that big screen or watching on their home screen where people are going to be able to. They're going to choose to watch it on their home screen and so you don't just need as many movie screens in america anymore. So we're going to see theaters close. We might see some chains completely. Go out of business. The thing that will be interesting to see is how smaller chains mom-and-pop theaters you know the local art house theater. The smaller chains like alamo draft house. We're already seeing that. Those are those are the theaters in cinemas that are more likely to adopt because they don't have a sort of mcdonald's mass market Happy meal mentality. they're catering to a local community. They're more likely to know the sort of things that would bring people into their theater if it's more than just movies it's easier for them to pivot in. Adopting alamo draft house was one of the first chains so to speak. That offered this rent a whole theater option. Which has become more popular during the pandemic instead of having to spend three hundred to a thousand two more dollars to rent entire theater. It's like look we can't can barely show this to people because of restrictions. Why don't you rent the theater for a hundred bucks and you can bring fifteen of your closest friends and you can all like sit apart from each other and you can be pretty confident that we're going to be sanitizing it because we don't or trying to stuff seats because we have to stuff seats. They were the first ones to innovate in that sense. And we start to adopt adapt that model so no like theaters. Theaters aren't going to die. They're just gonna look a lot different in the future
Covid-19 vaccine: First person receives Pfizer jab in UK
"Well. Biontech and pfizer's landmark coronavirus vaccine has been given to the first person in the uk as part of a mass immunization program. The uk's vaccine roll it is being watched keenly across the rest of the world has other countries begin. Prepare to vaccinate their own populations for the latest on this. Let's talk to our health and science correspondent. Dr chris smith. Chris is also consultant for all the gist at cambridge university. I good afternoon. Chris tyler so i guess So far so good at least we have. We have a soundbite already. We had at the top of the program from this ninety year old woman. Who's been there the first to be to vaccinated chris last week. We saw a little bit of Chest thumping on the part of some politicians the uk saying look. This is great The uk is steaming ahead. How eagerly he would you say not. Just the immediate neighbors across this side of the channel but around the world are going to be watching. What are they going to watching. Forty you think over the coming days and weeks as this rolls out well think it will be a confidence boost to those other countries because no one likes to be i they unless it's a shorty. A dead cert. There's always some risk with any kind of intervention. And this is no different. So having a regulator a regulator that's world renowned the jewelry the medicines and healthcare products regulatory agency. Which is the. Uk's regulator which prior to just having jurisdiction over the uk walls prior to the brexit transition kicking providing that service for the whole of europe. Now europe does that through the ama it. It gives a precedent that other countries can look to and say right. Okay one fairly ferry. Big actor has gone ahead with this nathan. It's good therefore we're happy to Gives us some confidence too. So i think that there's always that aspect to it and it's coming good for the uk in the sense that it saying here we are. We've had a pretty rough time with this. But now some some fantastic triumph of sciences kicked in and we're about to start deploying this across the country and we're gonna we're gonna protect our outpatients. We have this type of approval from a respected Player how much do agencies elsewhere of course within the eu and obviously similar bodies all over the world. how much does it short circuit For them as you said. It establishes a precedent And does that mean that you have you know days or weeks then knocked off the process. Of course he. I'm sitting here in switzerland. Obviously a lot of talk as well about of course is also on the uk as well so does it actually then really prevent And and and and you do you have a moment where you have a real series of time locked off. They'd process well. The europeans are considering this through the jurisdiction of the ems the european medicines agency but the uk is still subject to a you know and in the uk is used one particular rule which is a regulation one seven four which is a specification for in public health crisis. Or emergency you can. Emergency approved something for use in your particular jurisdiction so the nhra has used that to approve this for the uk. Any other country in europe could've done the same thing so it's quite interesting that they've actually decided to white on a broad overarching decision from the a. But it doesn't matter. Who your regulator is they have to meet the same checks and balances. Because at the end of the day they all the gateway between a manufactured product and the public who going to receive it and it's on their neck that the decision rests so then going to say a will. They did it so we'll kind of ignore with this stuff would just sign it off. They are going to apply wherever they are in the world the same rigorous checks that they would apply whether or not someone else regulated something but it does help to give them confidence and he gives them a bit more political impetus when they see that. Another major regulator has taken a product which is also going to be wheeled out in that particular country and said well you know what's good enough is enough the ganda over the past few weeks. Of course astrazeneca moderna in this case. Biontech visor they. They've all been popping up in the headlines. Chris and of course various speeds that of course these approval processes have been working at now. We have three vaccines. We're we're now told her that there might also now be a fourth which is very much in play might be getting closer to approval. How different are all of these in terms of effectiveness and and do they all function largely the same way or do you. Also because obviously many countries that are hedging their purchasing all of them. Am i going to be particularly concerned. In a couple of weeks. If if i choose to get the moderna vaccine versus the astrazeneca versus the by pfizer one. In fact i think the uk has go options in on seven different vaccines and yes. You're right three of them are nearing the finishing nine in the uk but there are many others waiting in the wings around the world. There are ten different types of vaccine the work in ten different types of ways or being generated a more than forty and now in advanced stages of clinical trials. So pretty soon. We're going to have more vaccines than we can shake a stick at up to a point. That's a good thing and it's a good thing because not vaccines are going to be suitable for all people not vaccines are going to be available to all people not vaccines are going to work in all territories and what i mean by. That is if we take the fiso vaccine as an example. This needs to be kept at minus seventy degrees until five days or so before you're going to use all nine hundred and seventy five doses that are in batch and i've just seen a letter go from medical director saying can we make sure that we we use all nine hundred seventy five days in a within the five days so that we don't waste any of this very precious vaccine. Now that's going to be no use whatsoever in some countries where they don't even have a stable. Electricity supply let alone a stable minus eighty degrees freezer. So therefore having lots of options is a powerful thing also We don't know what the long term outcomes with these vaccines against be. We know that they provide pretty high level of protection but short after the vaccination program is finished in other words in in the weeks to a month or so. The person's completed the vaccine course. They're protected with the fis vaccine to the level of about nine hundred ninety five percent. But what happens in five months. What happens in a year. we don't know. And it may well be that other products that come along are able to confer a longer term protection. They might confer a big boost if you give one of those on top of one of the other products. This is a learning process. We're going to be sort of going through this process as time goes on an. It's always good to have more options. Where this sort of things concerned. If if your project yourselves twelve months twenty four months out do you think we also end up in a place because of because of cost because of stability many other things that they're only going to be potentially to vaccines. Is that the way things often go. The other ones might be effective but they might be too expensive as you said they might be too volatile and they fall by the wayside. I so i guess what i'm getting at. Will there sort of a clear winner in all of this in terms of one of the players and obviously the concoction that that ends up within the syringe. Well it's hard to say. I mean you know it's like niels bohr. Who is the forefather of quantum mechanics. Said prediction is very difficult especially when it concerns the future. But it's it's going to be very hard to know because we don't know what the long term outcome with these agencies. They are expensive. These genetic vaccines that pfizer. Madonna offering all pricey the astra zeneca vaccine. Which is still sitting with the regulator here in the uk. At the moment that one will be much cheaper and is also much easier to deploy and store so that there are pros and cons of all these things and it may not come down to simply a case if this one does this and this one does this therefore two horse race. I think we will definitely be a market for a few of these products whether or not. That market's going to be sufficient to sustain all forty plus of the clinical trials that are going on now but but certainly while the world is rushing to get this stuff in sufficient volume. Because that's the issue at the moment the companies just can't push it out the door fast enough the moment it's any partner storm so people are desperate to access whatever vaccine they can as fast as they can and just before we go chris any sense. When you're maybe discussing with your medica- medical call leaks. What the uptake is is going to be. I was talking to a doctor at the university hospital here in zurich the other day his defense was that you know probably just within the hospital owned probably fifty percent of the staff. You know would not be interested in taking the vaccine. Is that sort of a a pretty good gauge. In terms of how the public will look at this. Or if you're not in the medical trenches all day maybe you're going to be keener to take it any any house view from your side. I'm sensing quite a degree of what we dub vaccine hesitancy based on the questions that are coming into various radio programs on participating in basic enquiries from members of the general public and if you look at the day to this come out of the pew research center in america have been running a number of population surveys in the states and originally that was very alarming showed that fifty percent of people would reject a vaccine offered one at that point in time. They recently repeated that survey found that in fact the uptake had risen to fifty from fifty to sixty percents so in other words forty percent. Turn it down. But that's still forty percent. Turn down right now in the uk. We think it's probably going to be Less than that but at the same time still a significant proportion of people are uncertain citing rapid production very rapid approval. As a reason for concern. I do think this is largely going to take care of itself though because what will happen is that because of the way in which these vaccines are being rolled out to high priority high risk groups. I with a trickle down into the younger echo lonzo society over time by the time many of the people who live in countering who is saying. I'm nervous about this. Come to be offered a vaccine. It will have actually been through a very significant proportion of other people and that may well have in still quite a bit confidence into people are safe track record by then so i think it may be one of those short term problems. The actually takes care of itself. That's what i'm hoping anyway. Chris thanks very much for that. That was monocled health and science. Dr chris smith.
"seventy five days" Discussed on KCBS All News
"In places large and small by people demanding change after George Floyd's death this woman came out to demonstrate in Greenville South Carolina you know I I can't begin to know the pain and the hurt but I want to understand that and I want to show that we're here we hear you and we see you and we want you to know about love nor sector state Condoleezza Rice on CBS's face the nation I think we each have an individual responsibility it's a collective responsibility yes but it's an individual responsibility to ask about whatever I going to do specifically what am I going to do to help heal these wounds and to move our country forward New Jersey democratic senator Cory Booker was on NBC's meet the press this awakening is so important to create real substantive change not just lip service from politicians many protesters say they'll stay on the streets as long as needed CBS news updates from Sam Litzinger case CBS news time for thirty two the corona virus has hit California's economy hard not to mention governor Newsom's proposed budget KCBS is Jennifer Hodges tells us public education is expected to take a hard hit as well K. through twelve education is expected to lose approximately six billion dollars in funding first of all let's looks bleak it looks bleak period Larry Gersten San Jose state political science professor emeritus of political analyst says the schools were already dealing with shortfalls you add to that now this cut of six to seven billion dollars plus plus schools have to come up with at least five hundred million dollars according to superintendent of public instruction five hundred million dollars for distant learning and probably another five hundred million to a billion dollars for all the things to go with that a bill in Congress now would allocate about five hundred billion dollars to the state it's passed in the house but stalled in the Senate if in fact that money came some portion of it would of course go to the schools Jennifer Hodges KCBS it was a very long four years for high school grads in cinema county although as KCBS is Meghan Goldsby tells us that makes graduation all the more sweet you know each year we had to struggle with the fires and then now the pandemic but we made it through to a drive through graduation for control in C. at Montgomery high school in Santa Rosa and she's not even mentioning smoke days for the campfire heavy flooding even some school shooter lockdowns in the city of Santa Rosa says Diane Kitamura she's superintendent of Santa Rosa city schools have minutes in total well all of the different disasters and crisis we've been through seventy five days of instruction and it's unclear for many what the fault may hold relish when it's going to start at Santa Rosa junior college if it's virtual I'm I'm all right with that I have the you know technology I need to finish the stuff and I think it's you know just about getting that done these students if if you want to talk about the word resilience the students itemized that were making gold speak KCBS California assembly and Senate leaders want to eliminate calibrate college the state's online to your institution the college which opened in October has faced an onslaught of criticism and controversy since it was first proposed by former governor Jerry Brown in twenty seventeen some have said it's a waste of money others say you can take the same courses online getting rid of the college would save the state about a hundred and thirty seven million dollars according to a legislative analyst's report however governor Gavin Newsom's office said they stand by that college back with traffic get another update from Peter in three and a half minutes on KCBS there are.
Mayor Bowser Grants Early Release to Several Residents Held in the Washington DC Jail
"DC mayor Muriel Bowser's led a bunch of guys out of jail what's a bunch thirty six inmates to be exact look at seventy five days of additional good time credits the mayor says all these inmates were locked up for misdemeanor convictions
75 Days Sober
"Hey everybody welcome to the addiction unlimited. Podcast I'm your coach. Angela pugh have I got a treat for you guys today? We have a real live client. Who worked with me in the Recovery Two k? And she's going to give you all the insider information on what it's like to work with me. How she is now. Her story her recovery. All that good stop. Let's take a second and welcome amory to the show. Hi Amory Hi Angela. Good morning how are you? I am doing very well. Thank you so much for doing this with me. I really appreciate you inviting me onto this show. Might be a little nervous. But they are still very. Let me share my story. Okay to be a little nervous. I think everybody's nervous the first couple minutes so I am really excited to. I love every opportunity. I get to have sort of real live clients right because I feel like people have so many questions about what it's like to work with a coach even and certainly what it's like to work in a pretty intensive program like the recovery to cates a little bit longer. It's pretty hands on so I love to kind of pull the curtain back and get it. Get your perspectives as somebody who did it right like I know what it's like I do it all the time. But for you to share your perspective in your experience and how it was helpful like I think that will be so valuable for everybody so you WanNa talk a little bit about how you came to make the decision to to do that program with me. Yeah so I had been trying to figure out how I was going one except that I had a problem with alcohol and then how I would start some program or even start the gears going forward into correcting my problem. Probably six months prior to me meeting you. I tried to do something on my own. Got A book. Keep it a little bit private. That didn't work and then I started listening to podcasts and there was Jin from still persists and that is how I ended up initially meeting. You and starting your program You know my I had a situation that really led me to either have to do something now or it was just going to be very bad for my family for my marriage so I knew that I had to invest in a program and it is going to take time and was gonNA take money but whether my marriage worked out or didn't I had to invest that in myself. I also needed accountability. I knew that I needed to have accountability. I couldn't just do an online course. You know how much private can I be so I knew once I had that initial consult with you that as I always tease you. You were my person and you know it truly helped me and turned my life around and give you the tools to have initial contact with you twice a week to have the group into have the online and then you know other things. I incorporated in my life as well. So that's how I I found you know with you. You know one of the things I loved about you too and I don't think we've talked about this before but when you signed up to do a consultation with me and this is what I have found to in. This whole process is more often than not when people sign up to do a free consultation with me. It's usually because they want to do the two K. Right and they want to ask some questions and they want some reassurance. I think that is a good move and what it's going to be like and what I loved with you as we were on that consultation and you were so honest really about where you were and I don't know that you were fully in acceptance of saying that you that you are an alcoholic or using a work like that big like I understand. It's a big word in. It's a heavy word and there's a lot of meaning behind that word and I'm not sure that you were you. Were all the way there. But you definitely understood the core of it in that. You couldn't do it and you didn't do it well and you had to make a change and what. I loved is talking about that with you on the console. You said I need to talk to my husband and I said Okay Great. I totally get that you know it is. It's an investment. Of course talk to your husband in literally your next sentence. Was You know what I'm GonNa go ahead and do this because I already told him that I needed the money? So let's just do it and I was like. Oh okay cool because it was. I knew I needed. I needed it in my core like I felt it in my gut and I felt a connection with you and what the program offered. I just felt it and it was with or without him. I was going to do it anyway. I mean that was my whole thing. So it's like we're just going to sign up now. I can't wait for it. You know and to touch on the word that alcoholic or that was very difficult for me. You know even now. It's a little a little still a little bit like all those little quotes. I just. I'd rather go through live thinking I was an alcoholic. Then not yeah. I truly do not drink like other people. I don't think about alcohol like other people. The behaviors I was doing was not normal. So you know having think I'm like what seventy five days so I'm still a baby in it. I would say but my goal is a year for sure just to get there.
New Season, Who Dis?
"Hey y'all you're listening to. Podcasts celebrates the everyday victories for anyone who has other or like an outcast. We're excited to share with you. Everything that has happened one and giving them two bucks compresses waiting. L. I'm Alex Berenson Recreational prosecutor a professional teacher and assist lesbian and my pronounce. Her today is my next door neighbor. Right next plane eyeball and its offshoots and my pronouns are mine mine. And I'm Willa. Near the poster child for politically anxious aging feels and the Creator of the Foundation a nonprofit organization supports the LGBTQ community with access to help them on this. I'm also assist in my bones. Are He him like Alex? Said this is our first episode of season two and we cannot express how thankful we are for the engagement. We got from season one. This has truly been a passion project for all of us and I'm so happy to be back for more. If you have anything you WANNA HEAR. This season can write us in podcasts. At I m out DOT ORG or sled into our DM's on instagram at outcasts underscore podcasts. I wanted to start today's episode by bringing our listeners up to speed so a little game let's all name. Three things have happened to us. Since the end of Season One L. so highlights would say I went to Israel for the first time for a friend's wedding and I absolutely fell in love with it. There everyone was so nice and I briefly turned into a chickpea for a short time as the Hummingbird I ate chat on so that was really fun at work like my career has really exploded in the last year since we ended season. Once I've been really grateful for that I you guys probably know. I work at Good Morning America so I helped started. Book Club there Beginning to read dozens of amazing books and the best part about that is I don't have to pay for them and finally probably the biggest highlight. I got an instant pot also for free cheap queen and I'm still managed to set the fire alarm but wonderful update. Yeah well Oh yeah so I. I took the L sat three times. I applied to ten law schools and now and may not even decide to go way. Hashtag indecision twenty twenty. I booked in eight week working adventure to Florence Italy because of the aforementioned stress inducing political climate and midlife crisis not And I also. I celebrated two years as a vegetarian And I'm about ninety percent Vegan. So is that like the grades that you get from other. Vegans like wearing leather jacket. Is that an a minus thirteen. Plus plus rexy as I mentioned before i Anna self-professed Cardio Queen and I did a half ironman in Chattanooga and then went to Berlin and ran the Berlin marathon. Ain't got my best time ever. I also watched all fifteen seasons of repulsed drag race and drag race. Uk Catching up on my badge. Because up until this year I had not seen any of it. Shocking gas yeah where. You're going to be watching that EILLY and most transformative -ly this summer. I had a rapid palatal expanders in my mouth and I talks like this for seventy five days and I couldn't say the letter K Because I couldn't tons of the roof of my mouth and I An architect and my name is Roy. Horlock and there are a lot of Kay's in my life but now I'm happy to report that I'm doing okay in your mouth was my mouth beautiful and I'm on week. Twelve of invisible line so brooks was kind of like walking me through what he the dental work done. And he's like. Oh yeah I'm getting a tooth pulled out and I don't think that I fully comprehended which to was. It was the exact front to. He forgot he was getting done. And I think I was down in. He sent me a picture so close up with like a hundred Shins. And then just a giant gap like turnstile at the subway and we have to engineer MOS so plenty. I thought I looked like hockey player. He did you definitely like upside down Madonna. We started out the outcast podcast episode one by talking about the first time we ever felt. This was a big moment for us. Sharing our story to audition for KINGSPORT IDOL. That's right the three thousand person town replication of American with out there and I was doing my little Jennifer Hudson thing and and it was great. It wasn't till after performance with my parents greeted me and they weren't excited and they weren't happy at all. I realize actually quite upset and it turns out that they had heard kind of snickering in the crowd. About how gay I was in the ninth grade and you were an art class. The teachers it was Mrs Shuts. She was a healthy woman and the kids. The very kindly nicknamed her Mrs Ship tits and my friend. Kevin Grabs this Crystal Ball. That she had lying around and he started is such an art teacher. I know so. He took this crystal ball and he started going around the room. Predicting People's and I was like Oh my God. Please let the bell ring before he comes to. He was an ass of a kid in high school and he was just like I knew that he was going to say something and so he got to me and she looked around. Everyone was watching and he said I predict many girls in your future shoot and everyone started snickering first grade and half was happening. And we were sitting in class and a knock obtain Lim ems Boykin Linden these ladies and they were passing out cheerleader tryout forms you know slowly fuck peewee football. You're really cheering for these. Six Year olds trying to play of all three months which is adorable and so I took one bill like you sure in two other guys took them my friend Daniel. This is in Texas in Texas in small town Texas confrontations population at the time. Forty five hundred so I took one and my mom and she's like she was like you know that people make fun of you. I was like I know but my real friends won't make fun of me. Allies was of the open as we age. We all I got from. That is whenever I get excited. My accent comes out but now I WanNa talk about twenty twenty. It's the New Year. I know we were already well into the air. But it's the dawn of our new season. I love goal setting last year. I asked that we all pick an Emoji of the year. Our spirit emoji. Let's listen to what we all chose. And then I'd like to give our listeners at home and update. I think that my Emoji for the year is going to be the Kissy faced with a heart. John Let's say and then you have one. That has yeah. She won art. I I don't like the Kissy faced with no heart because it looks like the way that children draw the giants Jarvis bad and so Michael Return nineteen is a but in D- I think pretty much. Just a but yeah. I WANNA work toward the bike. So I think is the crosswalk little story about. Why and the reason is if you've ever read this book called and don't see the movie it's fucking terrible. Eat pray love. I know I found his Any pre loved. She is challenged by a group of friends to find a word that means something to her so at the beginning of the book. They're like what's your word like I'm fucking up. And by the end of the book she is in Italy and she over hears her Italian friend across the street saying Ottaviano but it means to literally to crossover both in across loch but also to make a transition
Sondland Delivers for Democrats With Bombshell Testimony
"This debate. Shaky performance where he stumbled through. Most sentences has not done him any favor. I this is all happening as well as the potential late entry bed of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg looms in the background. There are seventy five days to go until the first caucus in Iowa and a lot can change until for Monaco in Los Angeles. I'm Kirloskar rebellion. Thank you a Lotta well we can now hear from Lewis look and he served as deputy chief of mission of the US embassy here here in London but he's now senior partner at Cigna Global Advisors. I'm delighted to say. He joins us in the studio. And you're listening to that but we'll come to the clearly very lively debate right in the moment but first we do have to deal with this impeachment testimony I is explosive number of revelations that came out from ambassador. Gordon Sunland saying saying that he was instructed by trump's personal lawyer Rudy. Giuliani Giuliani to put pressure on Ukraine. Well not only that. He was instructed by Rudy Giuliani. Hey but that a lot of other top officials were completely aware of what was happening. Mike Pompeo Vice President Pence Amongst others chief of Staff Mike Mulvaney so he he was is clearly willing to share responsibility for this scheme Broadly across the top level government. What will be the effect of his testimony? Well it's hard to say I mean I. I think it was a it was a strong day for the Democrats yesterday. And after a week of you know very methodical but somewhat UN Sort of unspectacular testimony from career government employees having someone who was much more closely aligned with president trump who is a Republican usual defenses fences that trump throws. He can't throw it Gordon Sunlen made it a very impactful day. What do you think is going to be the effect on the impeachment itself Given the fact that many people have said this season is this may get so far but it will be very very hard to impeach the president successfully while the president will clearly be impeached in the house and the question is what happens happens when it goes to the Senate and I'm not sure that yesterday was a strong enough day for the Democrats that they would sway any Republican votes in the Senate so far my impression is that the Republicans gins are solidly behind President Trump. I haven't seen any cracks in that facade yet. We'll be strong enough to get the Republicans to change their mind once a question and I'm not sure anything will be at this point point. I think they've they've sort of made their decision and they're going to stick with it regardless of the evidence. Okay well. Let's move on to the democratic debate. I mean it was a difficult difficult night if you were intending to try and get a message across because the headlines have been so heavily dominated by Gordon Sundance testimony to the impeachment inquiry. How do you think the candidates tried to cut through it while? It's an interesting because I think there is less There are fewer attacks of the candidates on each other. There were some but they seem more. We're united in trying to start focusing on president trump. They've got a long road ahead of them. The Democrats there are still a lot of candidates. They're only ten on stage last night but they're still about twenty candidates and and they can people continue to join the race even at this late date and I. I think there's a realization that they're going to have to coalesce around a candidate eight sooner rather than later and start focusing on not just laying out their policy vision but making the strong case for why they're candidate. Whoever that ends up being is a better candidate tended to lead the country then president trump how damaging is it for the Democrats to not have one strong leading candidate as our correspondent reported and in in that case there it seems as if Joe Biden Star is fading somewhat but there's no clear emerging voice? I think you're raising his stars fading. He came into the race with much greater name recognition than any of the other candidates but he continues to Sort of performing a lackluster manner and stumble. We'll he. He remains very strong candidates in in older democratic circles. But he's got a lot of challenges who are very youthful and energetic. Jedinak coming up behind him. I think I don't think it necessarily hurts the party at this stage to have not coalesced around one candidate but I think by the end of December early early January. They will really want to narrow the field down to. I'd say five or six top candidates and Really start focusing on hammering Out Their policy differences to the Democratic voters. Have a clear choice going into the year. That's that's a point that a lot of people seized opponent isn't it yes. We have a world wide range of of candidates but we also have among those kinds of that's very widely ranging messages and ideas and political positions. How much damage could is that different? Those differences make to the Democrats chances of actually being able to agree on candidate. And who can who can adequately in successfully Sakon trump. Yeah nothing there. Clearly two sides of the party there's more progressive side represented by Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and then the more more moderate side of which Pete Buddha judge in Kamala Harris and Joe Biden are part and I think the danger. The party is that this happened to Secretary Clinton when she was running against Donald Trump. Is that the primary process pushes the party too far to the left and then in a general election some of the positions of candidates have staked out during the primaries. Come back to haunt them because they are really to the left of what the majority of American people want want and that's what they have to try to avoid the next couple of months. Louis Lukin thank you very much indeed for joining us own monocle. Twenty four still to come on today's program why the sense is catching up with net afflicts that Isis business news and we have a look at Thursday's newspapers too but I for the time seven thirty here in London. Eight thirty if you're listening in Zurich a quick summary of some of today's these other news
"seventy five days" Discussed on KCBS All News
"To seventy five days Dick fox just moved into his rebuild home he says Hartford his insurance company has renewed his policy for now well it seems like you know you come to depend on the insurance company and if they say they drop you that means a whole big job lot of problems trying to find another one who you hope they'll be another one I will I will pick up the insurance in Santa Rosa Jeffrey shall be K. C. B. S. as doubts grew over the safety of vaping where is Uncle Sam CBS's Vicki Barker has more nearly thirteen hundred people sickened by mysterious vape related lung injuries this year get the New York times reports two successive presidential administrations did little to monitor the safety of E. cigarettes even as it grew to a seven billion dollar industry targeting ever younger consumers among other factors analysts blamed intense lobbying by the industry and a late reprieve by an FDA commissioner who previously served on the board of a chain of vaping lounges Vicki Barker CBS news that's the motor continues behind closed doors in the house impeachment enquiring if president trump and his former top expert on Russia meet with lawmakers we get more from CBS's bill Rakoff Jana hills lawyer confirmed or appearance today a came after she received a congressional subpoena and would comply and answer questions from lawmakers meanwhile Republicans like Pennsylvania Scott Perry called on congressman Adam Schefter released transcripts of these depositions to the public this appears to be what it is which is a stampede towards impeachment put stacked the deck get all the testimony on your side to set the narrative that you want to be told and the other side be damned bill right top CBS news Capitol Hill five people have been hospitalized after a collision on knob hill here in the city the accident happened around three forty in the afternoon of Washington and Joan streets no additional information was readily available just head on KCBS activists are asking the questions on housing and homeless be one of the topics at tomorrow night's democratic debate yes these time seven await this traffic and weather is sponsored by aquarium of the bay with the update we turn to sherry brown we're going to take the children autobody collision cam to Sunnyvale with an accident westbound two thirty seven this one are right turn around the to thirty seven was built before one oh one and the good news is they just got everything cleared off to the shoulder it had been blocking the two right lanes for quite awhile there and got traffic backed up to the lord's expressway but things should moving in and meantime east bound to thirty seven is slow and go from great America parkway out is anchor road after that things there are okay northbound eight eighty the usual slowing from Dixon landing road up to auto mall parkway and northbound six eighty you'd think could be a lot lighter deceiving we've got holiday light and plenty of places but it's there's a lot of cars on six eighty north bound starting at mission Boulevard south is going to stay slowing go to Calaveras Altamont pass you spam five baby it is lighter than normal but we still have a lot of traffic to get through the pass it begins to slow down on eastbound five eighty before Northland that things are moving nicely by the time you make it to grant mine your next traffic updated seven eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS far right sherry and the KCBS bay area weather forecast couldn't be better we're in for a very nice week of mainly sunny skies now it will be partly.
"seventy five days" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio
"A coffee oatmeal hit the ground a hit hit the road in from their five miles in i would see my crew in there after every five miles so essentially essentially i ran across the country in five miles segments wow did did you have a direct rounder you knew going into it or was it did you kind of make it up as you went along no we definitely defined they're out beforehand there were actually eight race in two thousand eleven that some frenchmen put on there i think they're ended up being like five or six guys running an end there was we found their rout online and it really cut out a lot of legwork we were able to take this rally there isn't a pdf and apply it onto striving maps a strong and from there i could constantly if i needed to is only bad cell service pull out my phone and see exactly where i was adam they're out what turns becoming a so yeah that's it luckily for us we sat down to kind of really go like we had that initial sit down where we put together this initial plan and again that was back in march of two thousand eighteen and then around christmas once everything was solidified all of my partners were in la or my partner members in line and everything was a go in december we sat down and i'm like okay now how exactly and that's gonna happen i didn't know they're out until early january completely 'em and that was when we found that out online immer able to do that so it just really helped in the in in the logistics because creating are out in knowing that you were gonna be on roads had a shoulder or they run on was definitely something that i was very worried about finding the shroud knowing that it had been used in no one had been hit by a car made may maybe somewhat shop in oakland seventy five days with that a at the outset like t the goal or is that that when the money runs out it had to be done by then or is it just sort of that kind of how long it took no that was the goal i said before i set out my i was going to run across the country in seventy five days and so that was a that was a hard that was a hard line for me as for me to also i i really accomplish the goals per which i shut out for so so break those numbers down what is what is that look like so seventy five days a you know i started in huntington beach ended in new york city fourteen states forty averaged forty three miles per day forty two miles in what was a i you know i i did follow along and scam which is great and i love doing that and i took a couple of days a will is you're longest day my okay so kind of a kind of how it all played out without restarted we had everything broken broke broken up into segments in the segments ranged anywhere from thirty mile day up to around sixty mile day every day being different and we did that for the first nineteen days in what i found in that time was it was it was mentally only really taxing 'cause i could not look too far ahead more than a day or two ahead i had to keep things day today in order to be able to break this up into something that was actually achievable an what would happen is is that'd be in the middle of a fifty five mile day and i'd ask one of my crew members hey what's tomorrow look like in just to see the look on their face they had tell me about tomorrow's another fifty mile day was it was really hard so what ended up happening 'em so backing up a little bit on day seven or eight i i got shin splints in my right leg and if anyone has ever had on me is it's really tortuously painful 'em end i was luckily with making some adjustments able to overcome that we change the shooter i was wearing we change actually the socks and the ankle socks instead of a crew sock input on eight compression sleeve.
"seventy five days" Discussed on The MFCEO Project
"Concept about how powerful this is to changing your life every single other human that, you know, all of them every single one. Okay. They work to take the most efficient route they work to get the job done with the least amount of effort. They are trying to do the least amount of whatever it is. They do whether it be in their fitness whether it be in their business, whether it be in the relationship to not have Schick fucked up. Okay. And I want to make you realize something. That's everybody else. That's literally the rest of the world. What if you? Instead of being like everybody else decided that you were going to invest in building the skills and building the character that what actually force you to take the hardest route. Because when you take the hardest route on purpose. You are literally widening the gap between you and everybody else while everybody else's conditioning. Their minds to do the least that is still acceptable. You are conditioning your mind to do the most. To win. Now. I want you to think about that. In terms of your job your career and terms of how good of a husband. You are how good of a father. You are how good of an athlete. You are what you do in your daily life. What if you could retrain your thought process to actually go the extra mile to the point where you are having fucking dreams about fucking up by taking a sip of alcohol? Versus the people who are having dreams about having alcohol. I want you to think about how powerful that isn't every area of your life. You are conditioning yourself to be mentally tough to be mentally resilient to be mentally strong guys. That's the name of the game. Because all the other successes that you're trying to build are built upon this foundation. Now, I wanted to share this perspective with you because I don't think a lot of people actually realize what seventy five heart is supposed to do. They think it's another weight loss challenge. They think it's a way to get in shape. There's plenty of ways to get in shape. But the reason you never get fucking shape is because you have this mentality of trying to go the least amount of time possible without another fucking cheat or without a drink or without something that is going to quote unquote, be a reward. Well, I think. That you should have can be rewarded until you finish the fuck and job. How about that? And a lot of people out there will you need cheap days to do this. And you need this, dude. I thought the same thing I was the biggest proponent of that. But I'm gonna tell you my physical results have been three times faster now than they were before when I was doing cheats, and all this other shit and half assing my way through the program, and I'm getting sharper every day. And I'm getting stronger every day, and my workouts are getting better every day. And my ideas are getting better every day, and my confidence and myself esteem and myself worth and my fortitude, and my grit, and my perseverance my creativity. My dominance is getting better every day. While everybody else is getting weaker. Now, it's your life. You could choose what it is you want to do and this isn't for everybody. But everybody can do it. Everybody can accomplish this. Everybody can dedicate seventy five days of their life to gain a skill. That will literally allow them to do anything that they want from this point forward that is a very very miniscule price to pay. I could tell you that right now, especially coming from someone who is completely undisciplined. No, wait. Let me correct that who used to be completely undisciplined when it came to their food and their alcohol and their training. I've always been good at business. I've at least always put in the time to get good at business. I've always read I've always, you know, worked hard as I could. But the truth is I was leaving a lot on the table..
"seventy five days" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Having a good day. I'm having who's called no collision. No obstruction. Never was never will. Four. Six. Seventy five days. From. Polity to anybody who feels brace. Who's called? No collision. No obstruction. Mel done Mr President. And for all those wondering six hundred seventy five days was the actual time of the mullahs report, and maybe forty million dollars when we finished.
"seventy five days" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Hundred seventy five days after a country has been through obsession really of this case and nonstop coverage. This is the conclusion that no American conspired or work with Russia to alter the twenty sixteen election and now chief counsel for the American Center for law and Justice, Jay seculow. And by the way, in addition to that aspect of it. Of course, also the conclusion that there was no no obstruction. But let me just read this on page two talking about the whole issue of the conclusion on no collusion, which was the basis upon which this all started, the fusion GPS dossier, the Fiso warrants all this conclusion talk. And the special counsel said there was just nothing there the second element that the special counsel looked at involve the Russian government's efforts to conduct or computer hacking operations designed to gather and disseminate information to influence the election, the special counsel found that the Russian government actors successfully hacked into computers and obtain emails from persons affiliated with the Clinton campaign, and the Democratic Party organization and publicly disseminated those materials intermediaries including WikiLeaks. But then they say this based on these activities the special counsel brought criminal charges against the number of Russian military officers for conspiring to hack into computers in the United States for the purposes of instant influencing the election, but I want you to listen to this everybody. But as noted above the special counsel did not find let me read that again. But as noted above the special counsel did not find that the Trump campaign or anybody associated with it conspired or coordinated with the Russian. In these efforts despite multiple multiple offers from Russian affiliated individuals to assist. So basically there there were these moves by the Russians to try to influence or infiltrate the campaign and the campaign rebuffed it, absolutely right. And when you think of all the rumors about this one getting indicted that one getting indicted, how often did we have to tamp down these false. Rumors and say it has nothing to do with how malicious collusion. Yeah. And no indictment. No suggestion begin anything wrong. I mean, that's about as complete vindication. As you're gonna get nobody in the campaign took the bait. And I wonder if some of those weren't done in order to try to entrap people. I mean, you think about the fact that one of the meetings that took place they had just met with the guy who ran fusion GPS, right? There's a lot that has to be looked at here. I finished the collusion section of this by saying, well, then if it's not true if it is completely not true. We've had three investigations that almost have proven the negative. Right. Who did it? Where did this come from the air? Yeah. I think that somebody's gotta go determine that. Now, somebody's gotta go determine how did this or look at look at look at look at McCabe. We'll get Komi Komi sign one of those affidavits. This struck me really dramatically steel does whole big silly stupid dossier that looks like it's written for National Enquirer. Right. Not an intelligence document. I just talked to prosecutor and one of the places we will waiting, and he said the first two pages you read it. He said, this is a piece of garbage. Well, this they paid one point one million dollars for that. Right. Of course, never told that courts never told that steel hasn't been in Russia for nine years. How you gonna write a document about all this deep intriguing Russia the deep state of Russia right by telephone? Yeah. He interviewed by telephone bright. So okay. All right. We're going to be taken. I thought it was important 'cause I saw where these members democrat members of congress on saying, you know, this report it keeps saying no collusion with Russian government officials Russian government officials, but as you just read a Russian affiliated individuals as well. So that Riber congress missed that point. And that's a pretty tough distinction to make any way that'd be the Russian government in Russia affiliated, but the made clear that wasn't just government officials. There was no collusion with. There was no collusion with Russian affiliated individuals either. Right. All right. We're taking a break. We come back. We're going to take your calls or actually we're going to keep talking because we got a lot to cover with Jordan's gonna let you know about the ACLU as matching challenge.
"seventy five days" Discussed on The MFCEO Project
"Right. This mirrow compromise. If you can't foul fucking simple fucking directions. Then someone who's done it. Do you need to go back to fucking kindergarten? Right. Okay. This is very simple. None of this is hard to understand. This is not about a physical transformation. Will you physically transform? Yes. You will. Absolutely. You will. But this is not about that. This is about. Vacating all the qualities that. I mentioned before inside the scope of mental toughness, confident, self belief, self esteem, self worth fortitude, grittiness perseverance, endurance, resilience all the shit that you wish you had that you don't fuck and have and don't see when you look in the mirror, and you say man, I wish I could do that. I wish I could have this. What is that guy? Have that? I don't have this is the shit that I'm talking about. Okay. And so what I'm sharing with people is I'm willing to put my fucking name and reputation on the line to do it with people to prove to them that all these other people out there that are saying, oh, you should just feel good. Oh, you should have soap esteem. If you tell yourself, you'll great your feel great. I'm willing to bet my entire fucking credibility to show them that all those people full of shit. And this is how it's done. Okay. So I went home, and I said, how can I develop all these skills and that created a little? List of five simple tasks, and by the way, this is not your power list. A lot of people are saying on the oh complete the powerless for seventy five days. No, mother fucker. You're not reading the fucking directions. And you're not listening when I'm saying has nothing to do with that the powerless is is something you should be doing on top of this. Now will you use the powerless to accomplish these goals? Probably. But it's a completely different concept. Okay. So it's all design. So that we can get people to, cultivate, these skills that are under the umbrella of what I call mental toughness. So before you move on. I just wanted to kind of highlight somebody said earlier you were saying that the guys like why can't this be a mental challenge? I would say, and you would agree that we'll do then then he tells me then he he then he tells me after this. And I know he's listening to this. And I'm not picking on him. But I'm pointing out how how he's not understanding what the fuck this is about he says, well, you told people only retention. That's nothing for me. Yeah. But you know, what is something for you going out when it's fucking for twenty degrees outside and doing your fucking workout. You know, what is something for you following your meal without fucking cheating on it. You know, it is something for you doing that for seventy five days in a row. Okay. So while certain parts of this program might be easy for you. And you might feel like you need to under need substitute them for things that are harder. They're going to be other parts of this program. Ram? They're extremely difficult. And the point of that is that regardless of how hard certain parts of the program is the easy shit. Still gotta get done to this is not something through together on the spot. I thought about this for the last twenty fucking years. And I and what I love about. It is that you know, what I was gonna say is that if if there is a weakness in a lot of the literature out there mental toughness. It's that doesn't give anybody a fucking program to show them. How to do it? It's it's Susie. Emphasis on it's going to change your fucking world hundred percent. It's such an emphasis on the mental that it becomes kind of abstract people get caught up in concepts, and they sit there and go. Well, these are great concepts. But what do I do? And you're giving this program is giving people. Something's do. Exactly. Yeah. So let's talk about that about how simple it is. Okay. Because I do wanna hear how you came up with winter there five or seven fucking. Okay. Real simple. Okay. And this is where people get fucked up as they they can't execute simple things..
Will ex-NHLers take the leagues money and go away?
"Sport. Tennyson and he's in and he is hurt. Nobody force these guys to play some people might sit lucky to get any money considering the court already throughout their lawsuit. A lot of pain right now. But over the next two weeks, hundreds of former NHL hockey players will each have a decision to make. Dangling in front of them is a cash settlement from the NHL. It's not huge. But it's not nothing either. It's the result of negotiation after the lawsuit. I mentioned was dismissed that lawsuit alleged that the league failed to warn or protect its players from the head injuries. That are you know, part of hockey, but in order to get that money. The players will have to sign away a list of things including chief among them their right to pursue legal action against the league for any claim of head trauma or else. They can reject the settlement keep their rights and go it alone taking on the league in court, depending on how many players take this deal, and how much noise the remaining hold-outs can make many of them have spoken loudly already. This is either the final chapter of hockey's legal battle over brain injuries or just the latest in a long and unwinding saga. I'm Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Dan, Robson is a senior writer and head of features at the Atlantic. Canada is also the author of several books about players current and former Dan first of all tell me where the class action suit came from. We'll basically back in twenty thirteen a group of players sort of in line with what was happening with the NFL came forward with a council to sort of set of claims thing that they're that alleged that the NHL had information about the the effects of concussions on future neurological disorders that had been kept from them in their playing days, and they were not properly informed. Therefore, they believed that the NFL was sort of liable for the effects that they were facing later on in life, and what happened to that suit over the last few years. So it's it was a heavily contentious debate that battled back and forth sort of ferociously the NHL didn't budget all in any in any capacity and basically after. Five years of of going back and forth in court this summer. The the class action proposal was dismissed by coordin-, Minnesota Australian Saint Paul's because basically the the legal claim that they were trying to make just wasn't going to stand up in class act certification, and they had an uphill battle is very difficult to to sort of gain class action certification, and they sort of fought and fought and fought, but the same time the NHL fought and fought and fought as well. And so now there are three hundred players three hundred some players soon in eighteen hundred and eighteen who were hoping to be part of a class action suit. What were their options when the suit was tossed, basically, they had nothing. I mean, really when the when these suits is tossed the they're on their own, right? So in terms of the the group, which they had, you know, you've been able to have sort of that that force be able to go at it as a whole now, it's sort of individual cases, in some cases that might be beneficial for some of the players, but as a whole they were they were basically sunk and so. So the NHL really didn't have to do anything beyond that. But but I mean, they just then they decided that they'd come forward when in agreement with the council of the players with the plaintiffs the, and and th the judge also sort of nudged them in this direction encouraged them to find some sort of resolution, the NHL came for with a concussion settlement proposal that that came forward in November of this year, basically, it outlines a payment to the players involved, which comes to approximately between two thousand dollars US per player as well as a promise of neurological testing, and then beyond that there was a fund that would allow players who are deemed, you know, in need of more support in this way, they will be given up to seventy five thousand dollars in care. Now that comes from a limited pot of about one point one million dollars, though. So every player now has to decide on their own whether or not they want to be part of this. Right. So they're given a initially a date of seventy five a timeline of seventy five days in which there. We're going to be able to decide if they were gonna opt in or opt out that has since been extended that expired last Friday that Cincinnati's extended three weeks. So in the next few weeks, you're going to find players that they'll be players only deserted decide if they're going to be joining or not, and it's been a in a player with the players have chatted with. I mean, there's been a difficult decision. There's a large legal document in front of them, and they have to sort of decide what exactly they're signing off to. So who are these players who are we talking about here? What era any names we recognize? Well, I mean, it's it's kind of a wide range of names. I mean, some of the younger players the ones that are more recent recognize it'd be a Dan Castillo was obviously one of the most vocal proponents of short to take action against the league and trying to create a more awareness of of the realities of head injuries. And what they do other players. I mean, you go back in the air as to know, Gary Leeman was part of this right and Gary Leeman played through the eighties. Nineties is a great player at that time. He was one of the bigger names involved. There's players like that go further back that people may not even recognize a quite actually. Quite a bunch that people. I recognize that played through the seventies and eighties and nineties, and that I guess she was sort of classify as no marginal players, right? And guys the didn't make a ton of money presumably, and that's key. Yeah. A lot of players who you know, you see people sort of on the one angle sort of criticizing the sort of a money grab will there are a lot of players who wouldn't have made the kind of salaries that that we sort of frame a professional hockey player within today. So I think you know, there's a lot of players that for example, twenty two thousand dollars. It sounds like nothing to today's h well, Well, it is it nothing. is nothing nothing them. And, but it's nothing it's something that they can't just sort of sniff at and and some of the players, I've chatted with acknowledged that they said, you know, I I'm not entirely comfortable with where we stand, but I have an option of either taking something or nothing you talked to a bunch of these guys. Well, I guess I you mentioned Dan Carso. So tell me historian tell me what he's doing about this settlement. Well, we'll Dan is as I said one of the more vocal personalities of their who suffered greatly in his career and has been quite open about the the trauma that he's sort of face through. Obviously he believes injuries on the ice that carried into his life through neurological disease at a lot of research on it, and he sort of created a sort of an ongoing campaigns that challenge the NHL in the status quo. Abo-, you know, the culture of just accepting head injury. As a part of the game and denying the realities that down the road this causes. Neurological disorders. So Dan has been one of those guys who's been sort of front and center in in the case. And he's a person that I think is attempting to you know, help educate other players the the best he can. So he's not taking the settlement. He is vehemently not taking the settlement. No, he's urging others, and I should say he's he's urging others to make the best Asian for themselves. You know, he would say he would say don't take the settlement. But at the same time, you have to knowledge that, you know, it's it's it's presumptuous to assume that somebody can say no to something like twenty two thousand dollars. So he's saying read through the settlement. Make sure you're checking with council, maybe not necessarily your own council within the case because within the case, the plaintiff's council have agreed to this concussion settlement, they they were negotiated it. Yeah. And they're suggesting that the players take it, obviously is important to note that within the settlement to the NHL is covering the attorney's fees. Now, the attorneys aren't coming
"seventy five days" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Was going, to say and till I was so, rudely. Interrupted is that the great thing about being in a radio studio. And not having anybody watching is. The mystery the old mystery of radio people can see me on television I television is a different medium but you look a lot better on. Radio I look. The same. Except but. In, comb. My hair you definitely. Don't look the, same I looked? The same let's put a vote on Twitter at pulse, on Hannity I. Don't, want to take a. Poll you know I'd like? To be right. Yeah okay so people is it's like. When. I meet people in person I'll be I was out, grocery shopping last weekend Happens every time I go to the grocery store people like, what are you doing here he is self checkout I do. Now I do I totally picture, you doing zero patient zero what happens when. When the UPC code doesn't, come up into call for, how the problem is is when. I was there last. Time I was buying some cores light and shocking then. You have to show your ID to. The machine, I'm like forget it take. A. Look. A lot younger. In real life I card you too because, you're what. People say skinnier taller looking younger looking Are you done never done, I've got, back in, touch Stop being on her side to see you ruin the whole. Opening of the show just so you know about that let's take. A poll on that, to you and your polls polls. We, have all right so we are seventy five days now outside of this most important, midterm election in our lifetime, and things are heating, up I will tell you this that as you know you watch the media. Just clinging to with dear life onto cone and Manafort I don't think that's gonna be the big issue of the campaign because has, nothing to do with Trump nothing, to do with Russia nothing, to do with the election nothing to do with collusion but, the media thinks we're just gonna hammer. This every, okay people big news on what went Tuesday now. Thursday how many more. Nights that we're gonna be. Talking we know what happened, we, know how it ends. Everybody that was? Saying that. Oh Lanny Davis was proven Be a liar It is not. Against the law we have campaign laws that are. Very crystal clear and as, Alan Dershowitz said this would be legally like the. Equivalent of jaywalking it's not what Lanny Davis. Has been saying has anybody questioned, why Lanny? Davis except me why would he ever say that his client would never? Accept a pardon That was pretty dumb I know he. Loves the Clintons who is he representing here the Clintons or is he representing Michael Cohen because maybe, a year from now you know I'm just I can envision a scenario after a year in jail. Maybe Michael cones wife would pay. The president for a pardon and that may be. The president would be moved, to compassion and would that be such a horrible. Thing and maybe whatever money that he owes. Them back taxes maybe you could, work and. Actually pay it back which the IRS makes those deals every single day All right we'll get into, all these aspects for all you folks on Twitter goodbye hit the goodbye button bye see you later Now I can actually do a real show and, get. When we get back. Listen remember the USCCA.
"seventy five days" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"The closer for now, the Astros is at the end of a seventy five day suspension for domestic violence. And you know we, we've had these stories come up earlier this week about the the old tweets. You know, you gotta let people apologize for those those you give them a second chance. This one, this one hitting a woman is much harder to accept any Astros at basically accepted it. They've traded for this guy and one thing Michael, that I was really shocked by because Jeff loon out who's the GM of the Astros and the Astros won the. Whole thing last year Lou now is generally respected as a really smart baseball guy. He said in his statement. We think he has an excellent chance of living up to our zero talent tolerance policy on domestic violence. Well, obviously, you don't have a zero tolerance policy. You have a some tolerance because you just traded for a guy who's serving a seventy five games this benching. It reminds people that use the phrase. I want to tell my truth well hate to break the street, but there's no such thing as your truth, there's the truth, you know, your truth is your version of whatever the events just happen. The the truth is out there and it's gonna come out with those sooner. And if he'd ended up hitting the woman Jeff Liu, now zero tolerance policy is a joke. He's Tana rating it because this guy can help you win the World Series. Here's Lawrence in role in height, Lawrence here on ESPN LA. For a player who was accused of domestic violence. It's zero tolerance for their playing days with front with an opportunity for front office rehabilitation. So you would say you would you wouldn't let him play anymore? Correct. But the front office, like the, let's use the Astros as an example. They have with them a baseball fee NOP. Unfortunately, he is now front and center being an example for young people that we have already said as a society. This is not appropriate for men to do, so we cannot have him Brunton center as a player. However, we also believe in rehabilitation, we believe in a person has a chance to make themselves better from a unfortunate mistake. So Mr Obama, he, he would be put in a position where he can now advocate not to do this again. He can be a standard by which we can become better as a player society, and he can be Ville. Example of it. Is not appropriate. They hit a woman, but we are trying as a league and as a sport and as a people to better everyone under the circumstance. And this is an example, we will put him put him on. He's accepted his punishment to never play again, but he is advocating what he has done is wrong, but he can also work in the industry, whether that be baseball or maybe even the best player of, you know, insert sports here, they're not exiled from their way of making money, but they are exiled from being a hero to the people don't know how I don't know how that would work, though. Michael two guys baseball player, and he's twenty one a play, but you can make him a scout. You can make him do something else in the organization of behind the scenes where he's not suspending a kid on football scholarship in college until you can't play football begins fans you something. This is another bad thought there, but you're right. Twenty three years of age, man. He's gonna wanna play again, Franken Thousand Oaks, say Frank here on ESPN LA high. I. So I have that. I thought about it. I think I would see preceding should happen that anything legally goes to work. By as far as the second chance goes, it should be up to the person that got hit. So in this case, they're the one second. Embarrassing go through all the child's war and everything else, but it should be their choice in the player. That's interesting. Thank your phone connections kind of bad. So I'm going to drop you, but that's interesting point. Michael, leave it up to the woman a victim..
"seventy five days" Discussed on The Short Porch
"It is really good wedding saturday city trip this weekend so i had to get a fresh cut they've got the sports book like renting ago right up and running i'm not sure i didn't think they do think it's like did the guy who tell us that but it's not a out yet but it's like somewhere glenn he was thought it'd be that would be added bonus yeah so all right so you had a look at your fun time at your wedding well the yankee split we cleveland with an icy could have been so much worse i was very content getting either split obviously today you would have been nice to take three or four and seem like it was possible for a little while but i'm gonna take two to four in cleveland with you know who who have pitching beat kluber and then variously thought could a lost three or four so yeah i think it seems worse just because they came off a split in baltimore coming week i was thinking art will win three out of four in baltimore maybe even sweep and then i'll be alright going into cleveland with a split i think the fact that they only spend baltimore net eight games at a week rio only went four and four with the red sox never losing games that's things a little bit i mean this cleveland series i think it's weird where almost both teams could make the case where they should have both done better and worse like the anki scan think will today we were leading a bid and then are normally stellar bullpen blew id right on friday night you know we almost stage to come back at a bonehead called by boone which will get into an cleveland on the other hand they're thinking what we could on saturday if not forever's and stuff so they have both teams played count a sloppy series and ultimately it's pretty fair that they end up with a split yeah amin the split to sucks because boston doesn't lose any more so like you know you split tell yvan of that yeah you cleveland but you lost two games in a process because then we'll only night at boston the blues ing was a night that we lost we didn't guys saw a stat believe i have it right there have been seventy five days this year were both the yankees and red sox of played on the same day and only six times of both teams lost that's crazy she's so one of those rarities was this weekend so against the series real quick thursday we i did my best to watch as much as i possibly we had the conc concert which was fucking awesome we game before the post game at sidebar it was an allday drinking bonanza and the concert was incredible one of the best concerts i've been to i haven't been to many but that was very very good but the aunties had it was obviously kluber faces severino of course is the night that i'm not in front of my tv luckily i know how to stream games on my phone with read it so i was watching no problem up to up to date at the concert being that guy that was a picture that went on twitter of being crops watching our teams while we're on the while we're on the balcony at the concert touching to see classic baseball guys you know just doing it for your for your team there but it was a pretty wild win i mean i they get putting a whole early several was not good again i think he probably any level concern with him i think he just needed to get the all star break he's limping and for sure but he'll come fresh freshest can be no no concern his last two starts we're not good in toronto three runs really labored he got the win and that one but didn't probably deserve it you know and then i actually don't think he's really pissed well he hasn't pitched where he hasn't had a game where we're like oh fuck he could throw no hitter tonight since philly i thought that phillies start he looked like that and there was it wasn't too long ago none of saying ball even boston.
"seventy five days" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"The nba last night told james harden that his twenty seventeen twenty eighteen season was the best he wins his first ever nba mvp award the nba awards were last night and they were weird the awards themselves it was an awards show in santa monica is the regular season awards right we we all know that these are regular season awards rookie of the year coach of the year six man and obviously nba mvp the regular season ended seventy five days before the nba awards ceremony last night i mean the whole thing fell dated i saw one website use the word expired that seems right anticlimactic i mean think of everything that's transpired in this league since the end of the regular season the entire playoffs coaches getting fired we had the draft we have some teams getting opt in from players we have all the dominoes being setup for free agency which starts in a couple of days and then in the middle of all that let's have an award show to celebrate a season that ended almost eleven weeks ago the signature award the nba mvp award goes to james harden he he's been knocking on the door for a long time you could argue he should have won it last year instead went to oklahoma city's russell westbrook harden who was the league scoring champ on the team that had the best regular season record says that winning his first ever mvp was worth the wait years has been like knocking knocking on the door you know just everything come back emme better than before natural we finally he's love but i mean it doesn't stop here we've got a long way to go so good to have you he did not prepare a speech because in previous years he had won prepared and he didn't have to use it so last night he didn't have one ready and it was i think it was better listening to him talk last night he spoke after the award ceremony about why he did not prepare his speech honestly because no i feel like i should have won as well.
"seventy five days" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"The longest in the nation at the time and then the reformations came and it cetera et cetera now we're taking a look now at the assessment of being seventy five days on average for that first appointment wait then clearly it has improved but seventy five days that's two and a half months and there are veterans who might express concern to say you know we sit we need to have we need to just be faster but the other part too is that there's over twenty three thousand plus veterans that have endured one hundred days plus wait on the mainland and other v facility so i'm not here to just keep score by now now i want you know what i want our veterans to have i want them to have the access to care website it gives you a snapshot s to the actual wait times at any given time so when this report is done it's like a moment in time when they stop everything and look what's it today but like three months later it may be different or even next week be different so we have the va has a website where they're trying to be very transparent on the wait times and it's www dot access to care altogether dot va dot gov and that you can actually see if you go to maui where you go to you can go to any sebok or any va in the nation because it is all online and so and and they did that to make sure that you know hey we're we're doing what we're doing so you can look for it as primary care same day or returning appointment or new appointment so the wait times vary so and i want that that's really hard to explain because it varies every day at a different location so you can't just say it's seventy five for everyone it's it's so it's hard to explain that but i want to make sure that our veterans here in hawaii and in the pacific has that website because that is where we're we're publishing the wait times and you know and if they have any other issues call me i work with whoever it is you know what let me let me get just give me a call at four three three zero zero four nine.
Tennessee Titans to release DeMarco Murray
"I'm pamela for with your top stories a major announcement on north korea expected from south korean officials at the white house tonight president trump told reporters today there will be a statement at six o'clock so it should happen any moment now the announcement comes after a recent thawing of relations between north and south korea the two countries are still technically at war the south korean officials that the north's leaders are ready to talk about ending their nuclear program or at least putting it on hold if their security is assured acting nashville mayor david riley says he wants his name on the ballot for the special election to name a new mayor making the announcement today that he's running for election august second but nashville attorney james roberts tells wtn stand mandass that election date may violate state law will offer declared at war election commission out noda for the election have to be call that it that election day within set minimum of seventy five days at a maximum of eighty days from when they get noticed roberts sent a letter pointing out the sea she to the election commission that meets tomorrow about the matter in sports the titans informing running back to murray this afternoon that he will be released from the team murray joined the titans in 2016 titans general manager john robinson said in a statement i want to thank dimarco for his contributions has a titan not only for what he did on the field but also in the locker room and in the community and stocks are closing with modest gains after president trump's announcement of new steel and aluminum import tariffs the dow jones industrial average closed ninety four points higher the nasdaq gained thirty one points in the s p 500 climbed twelve news brought to you by adt mccall's traffic and weather next critics and i elation not destroying it's making something in his home mindblowing experience she.
"seventy five days" Discussed on KKAT
"Summer that many holidays many breaks and in the only study one hundred seventy five days a year that's if they even do that japan how many days do they go two hundred forty days a year sixty days more than their american counterparts the school day begins in japan at eight thirty in the morning and what i'm saying by this is that this country is so weak and becoming so low in the iq department this country cannot maintain its competitive edge if you look ahead twenty years are you telling me with the level of third world is that are being ushered into this country by jerry brown and the others who want cheap voters and cheap labour i you telling me this nation can even survive well it will survive but it will be a sort of a labour state sort of a third world state is what it's becoming which is what the demagogues want i thought i point out the actual differential though between a school days now combine that with the drugging of the american children george soros is behind the legalization of marijuana i know it for a fact because it 1998 i argued or the saith debated one of his uh front man on this radio show about the merits of this merits of a medical marijuana i know he spent two million dollars in california a million dollars in arizona those a chump change now to legalize marijuana and look where we are today now as i said to you before i want marijuana decriminalised but what about the medical risks of smoking this poison ivan covering this for fifteen straight years the medical risks are enormous the medical dangers of cannibus are enormous and i'm going to talk about the tetrahydrocannabinol thc in marijuana that uses ingest the get high and how often it is found in those involved in car crashes did you know that we know that alcohol impairs the drive a much more but would you don't know as alcohol is watersoluble and tetrahydrocannabinol is fat soluble and it stays in the bloodstream much longer and if you combine the two of alcohol and marijuana the risk is magnified how about the stupid pregnant women who are smoking marijuana how come the option christians don't held them the dangers to them so els and their baby the cdc has won that marijuana use during pregnancy can be harmful to babies health but it doesn't seem to matter to this nation of ignoring mrs potsmoking among pregnant women is on the rise it's bound to rise even more seven percent of pranked women surveyed smoked pot including twenty percent.
"seventy five days" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"And they the only study one hundred seventy five days a year that's if they even do that japan how many days do they go two hundred forty days a year sixty days more than their american counterparts the school they begins a japan at eight thirty in the morning and what i'm saying by this is that this country is so weak and becoming so low in the iq department this country cannot maintain its competitive edge if you look ahead twenty years are you telling me with the level of third world is that are being ushered into this country by jerry brown and the others who want cheap voters and cheap labour i you telling me this nation can even survive well it will survive but it will be us a sort of a labour state sort of a third world state is what it's becoming which is what the demagogues want i thought i point out the actual differential low between a school days now combine that with the drugging of the american children george soros is behind the legalization of marijuana i know it for a fact because it 1998 i argued or nor say debated one of his as a front men on this radio show about the the merits of this merits of a medical marijuana i know he spent two million dollars in california nine million dollars in arizona those at trump change now to legalize marijuana and look where we are today now as i've said to you before i want marijuana decriminalised but what about the medical risks of smoking this poison i've been covering this for fifteen straight years the medical risks are enormous the medical dangers of cannibus are enormous and i'm going to talk about the tetrahydrocannabinol thc in marijuana that uses ingest the get high and how often it is found in those involved in car crashes did you know that we know that alcohol impairs a dry but much more but would you don't knows alcohol is watersoluble and tetrahydrocannabinol is fat soluble and it stays in the bloodstream much longer and if you combine the two of alcohol and marijuana the risk is magnified how about the stupid pregnant women who are smoking marijuana how come the option christians don't held them the dangers to themselves and their baby the cdc has won that marijuana use during pregnancy can be harmful to babies health but it doesn't seem to matter to this nation of ignore amos's potsmoking among pregnant women is on the rise it's bound to rise even more seventy percent of pregnant women surveyed smoked pot in cluding twenty percent of those below.
"seventy five days" Discussed on WDRC
"The only study one hundred seventy five days a year that's if they even do that japan how many days do they go two hundred forty days a year sixty days more than their american counterparts the school they begins a japan at eight thirty in the morning and what i'm saying by this is that this country is so weak and becoming so low in the iq department this country cannot maintain its competitive edge if you look ahead twenty years are you telling me with the level of thirdworld is that of being ushered into this country by jerry brown and the others who want cheap voters and cheap labour i you telling me this nation can even survive while it will survive but it will be as a sort of a labour state sort of a uh third world state is what it's becoming which is what the demagogues want i thought i point out the actual differential low between a school days now combine that with the drugging of the american children george soros has behind the legalization of marijuana i know it for a fact because in 1998 i argued or nor say debated one of his as a front men on this radio show about the the merits of this merits of a medical marijuana i know he spent a million dollars in california a million dollars in arizona those a chump change now to legalize marijuana and look where we are today now as i've said to you before i want marijuana decriminalised but what about the medical risks of smoking this poison ivan covering this for fifteen straight years the medical risks are enormous the medical dangers of cannibus are enormous and i'm going to talk about the tetrahydrocannabinol thc in marijuana that uses ingest the get high and how often it is found in those involved in car crashes did geno know that we know that alcohol impairs the drive a much more but would you don't know is alcohol is watersoluble and tetrahydrocannabinol is fat soluble and it stays in the bloodstream much longer and if you combine the two of alcohol and marijuana the risk is magnified how about the stupid pregnant women who are smoking marijuana how come the option christians don't held them the dangers to themselves and their baby the cdc has won that marijuana use during pregnancy can be harmful to babies health but it doesn't seem to matter to this nation of ignoring masis potsmoking among pregnant women is on the rise it's bound to rise even more seven percent of pranked women surveyed smoked pot in clothing twenty percent of those below.
"seventy five days" Discussed on WTMA
"And in the only study one hundred seventy five days a year that's if they even do that japan how many days do they go two hundred forty days a year sixty days more than their american counterparts the school day begins a japan at eight thirty in the morning and what i'm saying by this is that this country is so weak and becoming so low in the iq department this country cannot maintain its competitive edge if you look ahead twenty years are you telling me with the level of thirdworld is that are being ushered into this country by jerry brown and the others who want cheap voters in cheap labour i you telling me this nation can even survive well it will survive but it will be as a sort of a labour state sort of a third world state is what it's becoming which is what the demagogues want i thought i point out the actual differential low between a school days now combine that with the drugging of the american children george soros is behind the legalization of marijuana i know it for a fact because it 1998 i argued or nor say debated one of his as a front man on this radio show about the the merits of this merits of a medical marijuana i know he spent a million dollars in california nine million dollars in arizona those a chump change now to legalize marijuana and look where we are today now as i've said to you before i want marijuana decriminalised but what about the medical risks of smoking this poison ivan covering this for fifteen straight years the medical risks are enormous the medical dangers of cannibus are enormous and i'm going to talk about the tetrahydrocannabinol thc in marijuana that uses ingest the get high and how often it is found in those involved in car crashes the did you know that we know that alcohol impairs the dry but much more but would you don't know alcohol is watersoluble and tetrahydrocannabinol is fat soluble and it stays in the bloodstream much longer and if you combine the two of alcohol and marijuana the risk is magnified how about the stupid pregnant women who are smoking marijuana how come the option christians don't tell them the dangers to themselves and their baby the cdc has won that marijuana use during pregnancy can be harmful to babies health but it doesn't seem to matter to this nation of ignoring mrs potter smoking among pregnant women is on the rise it's bound to rise even more seventy percent of pranked women surveyed smoked pot in cluding twenty percent of those below.
"seventy five days" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show
"Comes off as uh very specific egocentric perfection us uh behavior but it's all driven by insecurity for sure yeah for sure end um yeah and a little bit of not necessarily being is sure of things as maybe i would have expected and that was sort of i in retrospect is like of course right but you know watching the work and being a fan you think there's a level of like knowing yet and and and that surprise me and maybe that was just being compassionate the fact that of course he doesn't know he's trying things then and there is going to be insecurity and all those things um um nato must a course of making that movie and it was like a big movie no shafranik seventy five days i just did it i just shot this guy's zillow mood will issue for seventy five days like this was a big comedy and i was exhausted and i was just a tiny bit burnt up and i remember thinking this is now actually the perfect time because i just was burnt out just enough from shooting that it was it either had to happen now or frankly i would just age out of it you know it's hard to just like yep let's young man's game in you know and and you have to find opportunities where they come and i knew if i put my you know if i if i serve put my head to to the stone interests went after trying to direct a he get something going but also knew because i'd seen a first hand is even in the bestcase scenario is going to take time and even this film which frankly i read it interviewed for it met with paramount who is the original owners of the script.