35 Burst results for "twenty two years"
Boyfriend of slain Gabby Petito charged with bank card fraud
"A grand jury in Wyoming's handed up a criminal indictment against the boyfriend of Gabby potato as investigators work to learn what caused the death of twenty two year old Gabby potato a grand jury in Wyoming's indicted her boyfriend for unauthorized use of a debit card during the time potato went missing her body was found last Sunday at a Wyoming National Park the indictment is led to an arrest warrant for Brian laundry who's been reported missing by his family after he returned home in early September from a cross country trip without his girlfriend with him laundry was named a person of interest in potatoes disappearance the search for him continues I'm Jackie Quinn
Coroner IDs remains, says Gabby Petito was homicide victim
"An autopsy concluded that twenty two year old Gabby potato was killed by another person and her remains have been officially identified the findings come from the coroner in Teton county Wyoming where Gabby potatoes remains were found Sunday while the death is termed a homicide the cause is not yet released more than halfway across the country in a swampy area of north port Florida police continue searching for fellow traveler boyfriend Brian laundry trains very difficult essentially seventy five percent of its underwater police commander Joe Fussell says numerous agencies are assisting ATVs you TV's we have multiple drone operators investigators removed potential evidence from laundries parents home this week potatoes parents think laundries family members have been covering for him I'm Jackie Quinn
FBI: Coroner identifies remains as Gabby Petito
"Authorities have now confirmed that a body found in Wyoming is that of twenty two year old Gabby potato we now know that Gabby potato a budding travel vlogger did not survive a cross country trip with her boyfriend according to the FBI the Teton county coroner in Wyoming has confirmed it was her remains found just outside Grand Teton National Park on Sunday the manner of death is termed a homicide but the cause of death has not disclosed pending further analysis the FBI is asking the public for clues about the whereabouts of potatoes boyfriend Brian laundry who returned alone to his parents home in north port Florida September first authorities are again searching a swampy preserve near the home after taking away boxes of potential evidence Monday and a family vehicle in August police in Utah had responded to the couple having a fight and have them separate for that day hi Jackie Quinn
Search for Gabby Petito Boyfriend Continues After Body Found
"A body found in Wyoming is believed to be the twenty two year old woman who disappeared while driving cross country with her boyfriend meanwhile the search for him continues in Florida FBI special agent Charles Jones says they believe it's Gabby potatoes body that was found Sunday in Grand Teton National Park but no cause of death has been determined human remains were discovered consistent with the description of Gabrielle Gabby potato full forensic identification has not been completed to compare confirm one hundred percent that we found Gabby but her family has been notified of this discovery he says an autopsy will be performed Tuesday boy from Brian laundry has been identified as a person of interest in the case police say he drove back from their cross country trip with out her and was last seen Tuesday by family members in Florida authorities are now searching the best preserved there for him I'm Julie Walker
Search for Brian Laundrie Resumes After He Vanishes Following Girlfriend's Disappearance
"Morning the search will continue for a missing couple but the two are not believed to be together. Twenty two year old. Gabby petito disappeared during a cross country trip and now her fiance who is a person of interest in her. Disappearance is also missing multiple officers and the fbi Who are currently conducting a search of the vast carlton reserve for brian laundry. On friday. Northport police officers showed up to the landrieu residents said they spoke to the family at their own request for the first time since gabby petito was reported missing by her family.
Restaurant Host Assaulted After Asking for Vaccination Proof
"Last night tourists assaulted a hostess at a restaurant for having the goal to ask reproof vaccination. Do we need the national guard to see people in restaurants at this point. I the woman is telling them i need to see vacs proof of vaccination which i believe is a law in this law and york city which is why not and that's where the tourists in texas. Yeah we'll do your research. That is the look as if you're not vaccinated you will not be eating endorsed. Tantrums are never okay. But the divide we're seeing with mass and mandates and vaccines and everything. How angry people get. It's bringing out this disturbing trend that people don't know like small businesses can't get insurance if they don't prove they're going to have mask mandates in and certain requirements and so people are taking it out on. This was a twenty two year old hostess making next to nothing doing her
Lil Nas X Drops Debut Album “Montero”
"Between a VMA award the met gala and a new album little less exes making a splash this week twenty two year old rapper little last exes released his debut studio album Montero he's described the new album as his baby and announced it with a pregnancy photo shoot earlier this month the album was released on streaming services at midnight on Friday at the MTV VMAs on Sunday the young star known for his breakout hit old town road took home the twenty twenty one video of the year award and in his acceptance speech that I want to say thank you to the gay agenda his videos of stir controversy including the one for Montero where he writes a stripper pole down to hell on the VMA red carpet he was asked if he feels like he's breaking new ground I'm not I'm not sure yeah I think I'm definitely open some doors I'm Jennifer
Bodycam: Gabby Petito Argued With Boyfriend Before Vanishing
"There is a nationwide search for a Florida woman who vanished while on a cross country trip in a converted camper van with her boyfriend twenty two year old Gabby potatoes boyfriend Brian laundry return to their Florida home in her van ten days before potatoes family reported her missing Todd garrison is the police chief in north port Florida two people went on a trip one person returned and that person that returned isn't providing this information police body camera video in Utah shows Petitot upset telling an officer she suffers from obsessive compulsive disorder that affects our behavior police considered her the aggressor father Joe potato wants his daughter back whatever you can do to make sure my daughter comes home I'm asking for that help there's nothing else that matters to me now but he does last known contact with family was late last month from Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming I'm a Donahue
DTWS Host Tyra Banks Defends Contestant Olivia Jade
"Talk dancing with the stars controversy. It's igniting over whether or not olympia j deserves to be contested. She's a daughter of laurie. Lachlan and they've been wrapped up in this whole college admissions scandal. Now we just talked to host tyra banks who said give girl chance. Listen to this. Olivia jade super brave. I think she's super brave to come out. I think she's like i'm tired of people talking about me. It's time for me to tell my story. And i'm going to do it on national television and i'm going to do dancing with the stars. Ought to be right there with her helping her to tell her story. There's just so much tire knows about controlling that narrative also likes underdog to you know what i mean Yeah but she's she's like okay. This girl she's gone through it like we've been talking about it. She has been crucified for all of the things that she and her parents and whoever advise them did and you know i was a teenage. We were all teenagers once and we didn't make the best decisions all the time but we were on some crazy platform all the time. I mean maybe you guys were not all your rate. Also she was influenced by adults. She didn't make these decisions by herself. So errands told this was the thing to do because again they were advised to do that. And i think. And i said this two and a half years ago when we were talking about this this is starting to rival khloe interest with the amount of time. We've spoken about it. But they're from a very affluent area in los angeles. And i think that was part of the culture where every family was like. We're gonna get our kids in college and this is how you do it. Obviously that way of life is not acceptable and doesn't work in which is why the whole system came crashing down because you can't illegally get your kid into school but i don't think that they were necessarily bad people. I think they made bad decisions. Laurie has done her time. Masato has done his time. Is he still in prison. Urged their time like let the girl. The girl is how old twenty two years old not even like. I just feel like at some point. It's like an know even going to one tires like you know. She needs to tell her side of this. It's like what's her side of the story her parents and we're going to get you in to see. This is what you need to do. Do it when you're seventeen years old. Sixteen you listen to your
Exploring The Murder of Yvonne Lane: Reaching Out to Joe Wilkes
"It seemed like the best way to get to the bottom of what was going on was to finally speak to the man whose testimony landed david in prison for life. It was time to reach out to joe wilkes to be clear. I personally have not spoken to joe as you know the private investigators from proclaim justice advised me to let them do all the interviews during their preliminary investigation. Anything i may say or ask. A witness could taint their statements for the court. So john hardin wrote joe informing him of who he and danny wexler are and what they're doing reinvestigating the murder to find the truth of what happened now for i've seen between sue and joe hearing all the interviews. He's done with sue and other media. I did not think that joe would be too happy to hear from anyone plus if you remember even though he told police that he killed you on by cooperating and telling the police that david had hired him. He got a lesser sentence than david. Thirty years with the possibility of parole. Joe has already done twenty two years so he could be looking at freedom in just eight years. I figured he would have no interest in bringing all of this up again. I thought he would just wanna finish out his time and move on without any of the mass that happens every time he speaks to someone about this case and when i say mess i mean all of his conflicting statements in fact i figured he would actually send them a nasty message back telling them to fuck off or something if he even responded. But that didn't happen. Joe wrote back eager to talk and tell his story so the guys worked setting up a legal visit which proved to be next to impossible in ohio to get done in a timely manner and so we waited and waited. But in the meantime we couldn't wait time so we tracked down some other key witnesses. I
Search on for Florida Woman Missing From Cross-Country Trip
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting authorities continue the search for a Florida woman who went missing during a cross country trip with her boyfriend police in Florida said Wednesday the boyfriend of a young woman who vanished during their cross country trip in the converted camper van is now a person of interest in her disappearance investigators say twenty two year old Gabrielle Gabby potato was last in contact with her family in late August she and boyfriend Brian laundry we're visiting Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming at the time north port Florida police say laundry returned to their home in the van on September first and he has not cooperated with investigators the van has been impounded by police hi Mike Rossio
The Murder Case of Yvonne Layne: Searching for the Star Witnesses
"At this point. I've been in touch with david thorne for nearly two years. David has been in prison for twenty two years for allegedly murdering his ex girlfriend yvonne lane on march thirty first nineteen ninety nine since then david has adamantly proclaimed his innocence and the bizarre murder case and conviction has been featured on multiple news tv e programs and so for the past two years. I have been consumed like dwayne poelman. Warned would happen and so i decided to finally enlist the help of professional private investigators. John harden danny wexler and jason baldwin from the west memphis three and his organization proclaimed justice so back on the ground in ohio. We continued our search for chris. Campbell remember john. And danny thought rose and chris were the most key people in this entire investigation chris and his girlfriend rose. Were the star witnesses at trial. Twenty-three-year-old rose an twenty one year old. Chris both testified at trial. They said they saw joe at the carnation mall around closing. They said he told them he was in town for a job and they said that job was to kill a girl. The card joe allegedly wrote his phone number on for. Chris was presented at trial to prove that joe was there with them the native the murder and at this point. We don't really question that they were all there together but what happened while they were there is what we wonder about by trial three months after the murder some details of what they remembered changed from what they'd set in their initial statements and then a bit more change between those statements. The time they took the stand six months after that rose initially said joe was in white pants and a white track jacket by trial. The pants were black. Rose also said that. The knife that joe showed them was definitely not a pocket knife. She said it was an eight inch knife in a sheath by trial it was a pocket knife. We tried to find rose on our first trip because we had many questions about her statement. We wanted to know why it changed and also about something. She told police in her tape statement. Because i'm scared for my life. Because chris campbell for me if i said anything he met me. And that's why i've been scared. His oliver nagai as race. People do things when they're scared. Like sometimes people lie and we wondered. was it possible. She lied
Nancy Pelosi Blocks Members of Congress From Honoring Fallen Military Service Members
"Who are the democrats. It's not just biden yesterday. The speaker of the house the most powerful democrat outside of the white house obstructed the reading of the names of our servicemen and women killed in kabul yes. Nancy pelosi refused to allow a double amputee. Brian mass combat veteran to go through with the reading of the thirteen. Who died because of biden's decisions. Well we will pay them tribute here on america first. These are those who gave the ultimate sacrifice and did so unnecessarily marine corps lance corporal. David l. espinosa twenty years. Old texas marine corps sergeant nicole g. twenty twenty-three sacramento california marine corps staff. Sergeant darren hoover thirty one salt lake city Staff sergeant ryan see now. It's twenty three tennessee. Marine corps corporal hunter lopez twenty two years old california marine corps lance corporal riley j. mccollum twenty years old jackson wyoming marine corps lance corporal. Dylan merola twenty years. Old california marine corps lance corporal kareem nikolai twenty years. Old california marine corps sergeant. Joe hannie rosarito pichad twenty five years old lawrence massachusetts marine corps corporal humberto sanchez. Twenty two indiana marine corps loves corporal. Jared m schmitz twenty montana navy hospital coleman max soviak twenty two years old berlin heights ohio then lastly marine corps coporo dagan w page twenty-three omaha nebraska. They gave the last full measure so authors could live but they needn't have died
States in the West Face Water Cuts
"Residents in arizona. Nevada and across the border in mexico will have to cut their water consumption starting next year this the day after the extraordinary announcement by the us government of a first ever water shortage on the colorado river. Here's npr's kirk siegler. Some forty million people and countless farms rely on the colorado river and its tributaries. The shortage comes amidst a mega drought on the river basin. That's so far. Lasted twenty two years and as desert cities like las vegas and phoenix. Continue to grow at among the fastest rates in the us the entire reservoir system including lake mead with it's alarming white bathtub brings behind the hoover dam is now it just forty percent of capacity. Here's the department of interior secretary for water. Tanya trujillo we are seeing the effects of climate change in the colorado river basin through extended drought extreme temperatures extensive wildfires and in some places flooding landslides and now is the time to take action to respond to them. Arizona will be the hardest hit initially with these cuts. Losing almost a fifth of its entire river allotment for now california will not see any cuts because it's water rights are senior under century-old river laws. This shortage is monumental but it was also widely expected western. Water officials have been planning for this eventuality by ramping up conservation and water recycling. Tom bukowski directs arizona's department of water resources. This is a serious turn of events but not a crisis for now. Most cities won't see water. Supplies cut but farmers will in arizona. Thousands of acres of fields are expected to go fallow. Ironically the arid southwest is a huge producer of water intensive crops like cotton and alfalfa water law experts like marks quill lachey at the university of colorado say climate change will force this region to rethink how it uses its limited water. So many people rely on. We can't handle anymore stresses we're looking at a pretty dire situation right now on the river. School laci says climate. Change is drying out the soils and leading to rapid. Evaporation even a near average winters. Like this last one in the rocky mountains where snow melt feeds the river. That dry soils are acting like a sponge and they're soaking up a lot of water before that water can make it into the reservoirs. And that's likely to continue and federal water. Managers warned the shortages to will continue and probably get more severe. They'll reassess whether more cuts are needed in the next year.
Luka Doncic Agrees to 5-Year, $207M Supermax Extension With Mavs
"Luca signs five years two hundred seven million supermax rookie extension with the mavs. Luca break i mention hardened have at the to luca is sort of like james harden but clutch right like lucas at twenty eight guy in the regular season ended the playoffs. He's like a thirty six. Eleven eight guy something like that. He's twenty two years old. I player eligible for the designated a rookie mac. Extend upon signing. because he's already twice been voted first team all. Nba deal includes a player option in the final year.
Stop Hiding and Start Healing With Craig Brown
"So break introduce yourself. Tell us a little bit about your story and how you got there. You got the book. All of that stuff. Appreciate the invite. Thank you for having me my story. Short version. I grew up in the church. My dad was a minister. I had it. We grew up in a church. Family that i come to find out as i got older and became an adult and had to deal with some rather dysfunctional things. I looked back. I realized that it wasn't all what i thought it was at that time but as children you just don't know you know any different but Yeah i had. I had to be as a as ministers kid a similar to other professions. I had to be on all the time out of my family. Look good dad look good. It was just a ton of pressure from my sisters and i to be in that kind of environment and always have to kind of fake. It and you know what i saw from the pulpit from my dad was entirely lot different than what i saw at home. He had a lot of demons lot. Struggles things you know. And some took him out on us. You know as as children and so at a very young age i had learned coping mechanisms and skills and escape plans. And everything else to deal with that. What i was going through. Sharpeville didn't have a real good nurturing emotional mental spiritual development. You know Because of that and for the last twenty two years i've been serving others who have very similar backgrounds and it's very hard to find Someone that had a real nurturing caring loving parents that invested in them and just you know supported them and gave them their own identity. Very hard to find very hard to find. My parents were very old school much older than most of the parents at that time. But i just grew up in that environment and it was a fun of armagh to be in but little did i know that everything our whole purpose was to make daddy look good and in seemed be that way for a very long time and then once i got the highschool drinking socially searching just looking searching his good athlete but i had this huge voided in how many mission purpose of controls of discipline so when it came time to go to college man. I was out
Should Military Members Have a Vaccine Mandate?
"Now congressman. I advance the proposition in the washington. Post yesterday. The military ought to require vaccinations for the virus of every member in uniform including every government employees. Did oh the national guard. I don't know if that's come up before haski yet. But i am concerned not about the dealt or even the epsilon variant but variants down the road that might be vaccine evading and even more very lynch and target young people etc. Has that been discussed. What do you think about that mandate because the military when you were marine. I'm sure they didn't ask for your permission to give vaccines. It has been discussed by the chairman. Adam smith and i believe if memory serves he sympathetic to your argument. I'm not there yet. upset couldn't be persuaded. I just i. I certainly think the vaccine should be readily available for every active duty service member in reservists. Who wants to get it but for me to be convinced that a twenty two year old in the prime of his health needs to be mandated to get the vaccine. I've just not there right now. But it's certainly something that's being debated on the armed services committee and certainly we don't want the delta variant to sweep through the armed services find his way on an aircraft carrier a fight his way onto a destroyer and make combat ineffective the already stressed naval force. We have out there at something. We absolutely need to be on guard against. I myself am vaccinated. I think the vaccine is a remarkable technology. I think it's a remarkable accomplishment of the trump administration. That's my choice That's the choice. My wife and i made a together. We feel very comfortable and safe with the whole thing. I've done my best to promote it. But at the end of the day. I get hesitant win. For example the left suggests we need to vaccinating children in schools. I thought dr. Marty mccarey made a very persuasive argument wall street journal this week. That the data just aren't there to suggest we need to now. I know that's a different issue. Hugh than the military being the accident. I don't want complete those two arguments. But i have a little bit of hesitancy when we start to talk about mandates for the vaccine at the same time i wanted to everything possible to promote the vaccine which again i think is a technology. That's not just gonna help us now. But it's going to unlock a ton of subsequent scientific
Court Orders Shorter Sentence for 'Tiger King' Joe Exotic
"A federal appeals court has ordered a shorter prison sentence for Joe exotic of the Netflix documentary tiger king marches are a letter with the latest the U. S. court of appeals in Denver has ruled the prison sentence for Joe exotic was calculated wrong he was sentenced last year to twenty two years in federal prison for trying to hire two different men to kill animal rights activists Carole Baskin the appeals panel says that should have been considered one conviction not to that means exotics sentence could be as much as for your shorter the trial court has been ordered to re sentence him meanwhile exotics legal team is hinting it may ask for a new trial based on newly discovered evidence and examples of government misconduct
"twenty two years" Discussed on WTOP
"Serving twenty two years in prison his wife spent six weekends at the Howard County jail now the federal government is selling off their jewelry signed baseballs and as Patek Philippe watches through heritage auction website his mansions in car first there for sale to prosecutors plan to use that money collected to pay back more than two hundred wealthy individuals were duped into investing into was phantom portfolio they would need to sell a lot it's estimated Meryl stole as much as four hundred million dollars John Jones WTOP news is going to handle what happened today on Wall Street on the Jeff Claiborne nice way to start the week the Dow up five hundred thirty points the S. and P. five hundred index gained one and a quarter percent money news in ten minutes on WTOP sports at fifteen and forty five powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white thank Randy Jonathan Warner financial commissioner Gary Bettman will be making a return to play announcement today but while the league and players have already agreed to a playoff format involving twenty four teams other issues still need to be resolved such as what cities will host those games and testing protocols the NBA is hoping to resume its season at Disney world in Orlando by late July at ESPN's wide world of sports complex there are reports of Michael right into the playoffs possibly seeding teams won the sixteen regardless of conference however the league starts up it'll be without the wizards John wall who has been out all season rehabbing from a ruptured Achilles tendon artist aggregate is going to be taken away from you that's why you see I always try to give my Jim jams F. when I'm out there and I try to play to all ages because for like if it ain't broke polite enough for me if you take all the money away I'm still gonna play the game the same way I do get is how much I love it if you know me I'm watching high school girls ask you boys college WNBA whatever type of basketball it is John wall is also interested in helping ward eight residents pay the rent by launching the two to assist program working with the city his foundation has set a goal to raise three hundred thousand dollars and you can donate at two OO to assist dot com the owner of the Miami Dolphins feels there will be an NFL season this fall he's just not sure if they'll be fans in the stands just in case the dolphins are planning to have some fifteen thousand and sixty five thousand seat stadium shot of the Warner W. T. O. P. sport had on WTOP your forecast for the rest of the week and then DC northern Virginia starting to talk about re opening that's all ahead of four seventy doctors.
"twenty two years" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"You know I'm here at the center of all fired up but I but I don't why I'm really more pumped up than I normally am doing the show so I walked out of the studio after breaking I saw Eric Eric their education director here at the education counselor at the academy as Erica I was get on the radio show and I have a student sitting here Jessica said Hey I'll go once a good morning Jessica good things yeah I'm glad I caught you I was going out for lunch and most people are afraid to do this but now here's the keys so you'll know who is Jessica and how did you find online trading academy I am a twenty nine year old lady I was trying to find a podcast and I stumbled upon your guises radio show and I listen to you while I was doing chores and I became very very intrigued with the premise of what you guys were doing scene no you know there's two things she said that kinda went to my heart one of them was the person she was listening to was probably me sorry for being sarcastic but then the other thing you said you have no idea you said the word chores nobody says chores and the only reason I realize chores is because what I do for twenty two years I was a farmer for twenty two years so I understand the chore side of it's a lot of times I would listen to the radio when I was in the barn sit back and listen because it's like what else am I going to do so okay so you're doing your chores and you decide you pick up the phone you call up you come into the three hour class right and what did you think of that three hour class I was really invigorated it made me excited I felt like okay it must be harder than I'm thinking because you know it was very easy I really really excited but I was I was waiting for there to be some kind of big cats like this'll be too hard I won't be smart enough he's something of that nature so I was really excited after the three day class and I wanted to learn more right so then you come into the three a class now it was there a lot of pressure to three. a class now there's not it's like if you want to do this you want to do if you don't want to do it thanks for coming have a great day this kind of approach we do here but then after you did the three did the three a class you want in like Steve if he did here W. T. M. J. he went into the three a class so then you took the three day class and that's kind of like it's like a discovery of trading investing because if I ask you is it before you came in and how much did you know about the markets almost nothing almost nothing a clean slate we love is a clean so then when you get into that because it was this was the three hour class over your head. no no it wasn't I think I could understand everything that they were saying they were a couple people in that first class that knew more about the markets the needs of the absolute more in depth questions I didn't understand a hundred percent of what they were talking about right then but I write all old well enough for everything else that I felt confident going into the three day class that I'd be able to grasp what you guys were teaching and will forever so then we so then you go into the three a class and you start looking at the it's the features and benefits you're not gonna learn to trade in the three are in a three day class now but you're gonna learn to me once you learn in that three day class you get excited because it's something brand new but then you go through the three day classes kinda like figuring out your path isn't it right because when you say your brand new you really need to spend three days to see if this is something that could change your life. so when you did that what's one thing you noticed in the three a class that you really never really ever thought you would be thinking out at that I didn't realize there were so many different avenues when you're a blank slate you just your socks and you think it's just one type of thing out there and really it's not it's a huge I'm horse girl and within horses there are so many subtext of types of things to do with right and going to the three day class it just opens your eyes to what all the different paths are and the teachers are really great about asking you questions for you to think about what path fits you best right and that's the best part because it's like a discovery and then you sit back because you know I think I asked you the question too is when I do I do with some of the free classes too and I was like asking everybody know interesting see we think the same things like you know what type of music do you listen to when you're in a car because it kind of it's also like beating to a drum because in the stock market it's the same kind of concept there's the four X. which is faster the options which is slower there's all different versions of it so now what path are you going on right now I'm looking to go in to futures and forex going to futures and forex but now you're here at the academy in your in your in the core strategy class so you decided to move further into the tuition based school yeah and you're here for the week and you're taking your first course strategy class you know what work work you're done with the class now. the it's you she graduated by the way you know nobody really fails no just kidding but the thing is so here's the series so how was your first experience of actually sitting at a computer in trading and pulling trades out of the off the markets. it was hard for me for my age. everybody assumes that because I'm younger that computers and computer programs will be super easy for me and that's not the case with me but I'm getting the help that I need to figure it out and it's exciting. I feel it's it's a big range of emotions I'm excited is really happening I'm frustrated that I'm so slow at it that I'm not you know super efficient right and then I'm kind of double guessing when I'm doing but I have the coaching and the support that I need to continue to grow and get faster and get better it's the tools I know what you go through the same emotional we've been here were permanent facility here in Milwaukee we haven't gone we're not going anywhere I know you like it to be closer to your house. a little closer but the thing is over it we're in Park Place were in the towers is a beautiful facility it's about nine thousand square feet and everybody goes through the same emotions so you're like in the same roller coaster ride that everybody gets into you know and the thing is they they catch channel repeat of time you'll see top you'll see like on the last day Friday it starts the click right networks it is a pun intended on it and nobody knows what that is because you're the I think your third class going through on the click platform and how did you I mean you have no idea what the different types of platforms there were before by Blake seems to be a lot more I have Wednesday last meets that were previously in the other you know class your strategy classes that did not have click and they are their minds are blown they're telling us that we should be so grateful for what for what we have because it helps you learn so much quicker so I'm excited I'm glad because I can only imagine how much longer it took for it's the latest studio legacy students was very interesting as people have gone through the legacy students would be the retake people because I like time retakes for free but they sit back and say why I wish I had this sooner and they in it and you know your heart it's hard for you to see the only other just saying that but no you can see interface yeah I know I really wish I had this sooner yeah but it's kind of like what we've done here because we listen to our students so with one to give you guys the opportunity listening on to give you the opportunity come into one of the three hour classes like Jessica did sit through the process give me a call and pretending this three hour class we're gonna give you a flash drive with three home study courses on it's kinda like your key to the kingdom and that also we're gonna give your kindle fire for attending the three hour class so right now I have to do is give me a call at eight seven seven nine five eight seven seven four two that number again is eight seven seven nine five eight seven seven four two and it you can also check us out at trading academy dot com you know just got I'm very excited because very few people when we tell me want to come on the radio they all they all panic and they sit back and say oh I can do it but you're doing a really good job but but the neat part is that I really like is you know the experience you know it's it's. it's a humble experience that you're going through yeah and yet it to his other key to their skepticism that people have of where you're coming in okay was I wrong because I know I did your your three hour class was I wrong it telling you when you start to tell people that you're gonna do this they're kind of all think you're crazy don't they know it that is so true I actually didn't I purposely didn't tell anybody all right and not recently now that we've already rolled my husband told his boss his lawyer what we're doing and why he's taking off of work to come learn in his boss was just like that's not possible you know that right nobody does that so yeah if you don't go taking your happiness because it's so exciting and invigorating don't tell anybody about it until you have a real firm grasp on what it is you're learning because and how to explain it to write because they'll pull pull it yeah and I I could understand everything you guys were telling me and teaching me but I couldn't go home and teach it to them in a way that sounded smart exactly so yeah that makes so much sense because you sit back and yet they have to come through and they have to go through the process and embraces yeah what is because when I say you walk through the door your walking through into a totally different environment and it's the same point is it's a roller coaster of emotions we all go through the roller coaster of emotions but I think for me it's the new part of the community of people everybody that was in your room they all have the same common goal and that's to do something for their family or to help to help them get to retirement sooner I mean you haven't I don't John spoke a lot in a class but John was the guy that took the class five years ago what time the instructor so what we're coming up to the initial so I want to thank you so much for being on the show hopefully we'll have you back we will have you back on the show if you take your futures class will get you going through the whole process all 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"twenty two years" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Heard there was some sort of thing that he has had many apologize for he's an idiot which lies in the know and why does he have any crosswise anybody I don't know I don't know I have no idea anyway we're just as it was going to say like yeah he puts statistics and technically he's correct more people dying car accidents everyday but like not the time and place it's still an issue I try to bring in climate change that's the that's the only price that I have well that is right for everything go ahead your little athlete here yes yeah I what we now we can start with el Paso this aspect in the rampage at the Walmart in el Paso has the debris and told investigators I guess he's cooperating at quite nicely according to the police that he it case the store looking for Mexicans to kill before he came back and at least all the gunfire that left now twenty two people that's updated since the we were all together to more people have died and did to dozens are injured still according to law enforcement hospital officials the latest twist in the investigation of the shooting came just hours after doctors in el Paso confirms that two more victims died from bullet wounds suffered in this Saturday morning massacre one of the reasons for this and the reason that these the injured are at not out of the woods yet and this was written in his manifesto the shooter's manifesto is that he chose to use the bullets that people use for home protection they're the ones that enter the body and they fragment and that's why he even chose to use an old fashioned A. K. forty seven which is something that was at and like from the nineteen seventies and eighties when people talk about that and because of the ammunition that he chose and the bullet fragments and causes a lot of trouble and so that's why they're these injured or not out of the woods especially the ones that you hear about that are in serious condition because it's just so hard to try to remove all the fragments and try to repair the damage that's done from these things that really explode as they enter the body this aspect to it identified as Patrick could cruciate Christians twenty one told investigators that following his arrest he allegedly set out to kill as many Mexicans as he could according to authorities law enforcement officials on Monday said that that a case that Walmart going inside on Saturday without any weapons apparently to see what the clientele look like before he walked into the parking lot and started shooting and then of course entered the store and started taking out victims he said he was satisfied with what he saw he said he saw a thousand to three thousand people as that police estimate were inside at the time and then he returned wearing protective gear must safety glasses and he had his rifle with him according to video surveillance police that he started firing indiscriminately at victims even before he walked through the front door so if the victims at and fortunately now we know more about them they were parents to kids who are trying to protect their invented there were just as the all sorts of people age too I think to have fifty seven something like that so this is really indiscriminate but he obviously had some sort of vendetta against Mexicans who he said were taking as jobs killing is help you also his manifesto was talking about the robots that we're going to take his job he is still in prison talking with police and was charged with capital murder yesterday now in Dayton there is a Twitter account that was found overnight that belong to the mass shooter Connor back who is dad police were able to to neutralize him within twenty six seconds I believe on his Twitter profile he retweeted extreme left wing and anti police post as well as sweet supporting anti five which are the anti fascist protesters his most recent tweet on his account which I is I am this bookstore was on August third which was the day of the shooting when he retweeted a post saying millennials have a message for the Joe Biden generation hurry up and die he also retweeted messages supporting as senators Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren he said in his Twitter bio that he's an anime fan a metal head a leftist he said he's going to hell and I'm not coming back one tweet he used the hashtag hills thing police are still trying to determine what exactly the motive was that with Connor bats to kill nine people on Sunday morning when he entered the nightlife district known as the Oregon district in Dayton he was killed by police officers on patrol in the hours before that shooting he like several sh several tweets about the shooting in el Paso which is the new piece of information that left twenty two dad including one supporting gun control and others that call the el Paso shooting suspected terrorists in a white supremacist the twist here is that not only did he kill a sister there was also another person in the car that I think many people were assuming it was the girlfriend of his of say the boyfriend of his sister but apparently that was his best friends so we took the best friend and the sister and shot at both of them okay too much time on this I'm not no that's not a criticism you're just a it sickens me to listen to this stuff and we are getting out of here is one story though the soldier's name is Glendon Oakley from the Fort Bliss hero yeah he was one of ay's not off duty army serviceman he saved the lives of several children during the shooting at he says I don't want of the world a focus on me but this is stories twenty two years old logistical specialist and he was shopping at the mall the young child ran up to him saying there was a shooter in the Walmart is so he it first he didn't really take their child's claim seriously would then he heard the gunfire and he ran yes sort of get into combat mode that's why I said yesterday remember as time of Fort Bliss I've been on the radio in el Paso for I was on the station there for eighteen nineteen years and visited the station any number of times it develops habit el Paso is a very compact city I know the walmarts very close to the downtown area it's we right across and lot of people or not and and and with this has any bearing on it or not I let's see your dad why raise is right across the lot of talk about why are is and its connection all the people come across the border there there are thousands literally thousands of people every day they come across the border to work in el Paso and then they go back across the border to Mexico at night thousands and thousands of them it may be one of the most trafficked crossings on our border and so the fact that it happened there and you hear the pieces from this guy it sort of makes sense in the right phrase but it makes it the pieces fit together well there because there are a lot of people that do that even whether the legal or illegal he just it's in it's in a maze like ants coming out of an anthill if you go to the border crossing there and then pretty much of a live there are used to the situation and and the the soldiers were there there it's right on the hill the the force right there in town and they're they're very prevalent presence in the community Maffei to economically and they're a huge contributor to what the economic activity is in the area so anyway he want to talk about it much he just a knowledge that he was thankful that he was there and he could help and that's the kind of stuff you're a comes out of tragedies people people stories like that I have come to the surface but man and then the usual you see now along the road to go into the Walmart the pictures of the youngsters putting flowers on memorials for some of the people who have had died there is a huge huge presence of Hispanics in that community way more Hispanics live in el Paso than white people than anything else and and so there are a lot of people that I've heard this story before many occasions when I was there not the people are angry about the Mexicans coming across and taking the border but they this sort of in a way they just sort of a they used to have a given over to it the fact that that is a bit sort of run out and it's an arm of the region can we clarify that it doesn't matter I mean it's still a **** if it crime but I'm not saying it isn't I know but it's just a sales like we're talking about there's a lot of I don't know just the tone of it feels I'm giving you a story based on what the reality is of the situation I doubt that many people listening understand what the culture of el Paso was all about the nobody saying there's just lots on the gun shows it right because he wanted to go to a dead right populated Mexican right yeah I mean I literally right across the border that's why they were met in nationals there be right they just crossed and now they go to Walmart and go home right where they work during the day they could work that's and go to Walmart grown that there and what I'm saying is most of the people in el Paso either Mexican or making any sense Mexican descent and so it yeah this guy made it his business to be there all right does he did he leave their name and other city a couple like one or two trauma like weddings hundred miles yeah they're actually okay so you get them the lesson I read just Reds craziness it is this craziness and a lot of very are the usual people who feel like they have to come and celebrities and you know that something else look in ourselves look in the mirror so the only criticism I mean look everybody feels emotional about this stuff I think everybody's exhausted they're tired of it yeah tired of hearing the stories I so I get that and you know people want to say what they want to say what I cannot deal with our people like better o'rourke who are fun raising off of the bodies of these people and did it from the beginning I mean this guy flew there and was within it like within hours of fundraising offer these people and to me that just shows you what kind of leader he would be ultimately if you were ever to be elected which I don't think it's ever a possibility it is disgusting it's gross I I don't know it's just it's nasty really bad yep all right let's see we can during the conversation around to some that'll help you out for a few seconds think about how your waking up and feeling today in mind mentally and emotionally what about and the aches and pains or about your joints what about all of.
"twenty two years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"I mean it twenty two years this is by far the biggest seating event that I've been involved in the NC specifically received thirteen gunshot victims all thirteen at level one trauma activation criteria which is the highest activation that we use as doctors continue to treat those victims and there is an urgent need for blood we know that there's been a huge response and that there been lines around buildings as people show up to aid in this community at a tweet went out from the police department earlier saying blood needed urgently multiple injured transported to various hospitals and they list a couple of donation center addresses thereby talent blood services that and another location on mesa hills and Zahra goes a street as of right now the only information that we have on the shooter is that he's a twenty one year old white male I know what names have been released we know he was taken in a live and police unbelievably saying that they didn't fire their weapons at all when bringing him to custody they said that he was taken in without incident which is significant I would say police also said that a lot of people got separated during the chaos so right now they're working to reunify people with their families of course the work now for police will be finding a motive the work for doctors is going to be treating the victims the work for this community is going to be coming together in healing in the wake of this we do know that governor Abbott is with el Paso police right now they tweeted out a photo of him consoling some officers with this community is going to have a lot to unpack over the next several days and from our research here we've looked into the number of mass shootings this year and if we were to consider it with the criteria of for a mass shooting involving four deaths at this shooting today brings the number of mass shootings in twenty nineteen two six that's including today and then also the Gilroy garlic festival comparing that to twenty eighteen an additional six and twenty seventeen there were five at just another tragedy and of course still awaiting an update John from police in just about ten minutes now and as you say much healing he had to take place in el Paso Texas Jackie Heinrich Jackie thank you reactions coming from the White House as well as lawmakers to this horrific shooting this statement just out from the White House reading the president continues to receive updates from his national security team on the tragic shootings in el Paso federal government personnel including the FBI and alcohol tobacco and firearms are on the ground in el Paso actively assisting local authorities who are leading the response to the shootings the president has pledged the full support of the federal government to Texas governor abbot mark Meredith is traveling with the president he's live in Berkeley heights New Jersey near Bedminster where president trump is spending the weekend at his golf club not exactly a relaxing weekend for the president mark no John the same you just read right there was the second update we've gotten from the White House today senseless shooting began we also heard from the White House about three o'clock saying that the president had spoken both with the governor of Texas as well as his Attorney General bill Barr we have not seen the president on camera today as you mentioned he's a few miles away at his golf club but we have heard from the president on Twitter this is the tweet that is the most connected to what we've been talking about he said quote terrible shootings in el Paso reports a very bad many killed working with state and local authorities and law enforcement spoke to the governor to pledge total support of the federal government god be with you all well we've heard from the president on Twitter we've also heard on camera from the former Texas congressman better work who's running for president in twenty twenty better is from the el Paso area he was set the whole campaign events today out west those events were canceled but before you cancel that he spoke to the media and yeah he got a little emotional here's what the former congressman had to say few hours ago I'm incredibly saddened and it is very hard to think about this.
"twenty two years" Discussed on KOMO
"Kennedy the twenty two year old was found unresponsive at the Kennedy compound in Hyannis port Scott Goldberg ABC news FM ninety seven seven eight thirty one right now on this Friday morning sixty five degrees in Seattle the clouds are starting to fit on the weekend is looking good hi Greg Hersholt and these are our top stories and overturned semi has really messed up the commute into Seattle this morning for drivers on northbound I. five let's get the latest from call most Carlene Johnson Greg the crash happened just before four thirty this morning semi driver hauling roofing materials in his trailer was raining pretty hard at the time he says he saw brake lights in front of him so he had his brakes and lost control to burn it king says the driver ended up swerving four lanes across to the left slamming hard into the concrete barricades traveled on top of this and took out twenty six sections of and traveled up on top of the barrier which caused it as it came back into the roadway to roll over onto its side and as it slid onto the roadway rotate backwards and face the wrong direction pretty incredibly the driver on the injured another driver and stopped to help him crawl out of the vehicle they have now been able to write that truck or the trailer rather and are probably getting pretty close to finally hauling it away diesel spill are also to be cleaned up there about eighty gallons spilled out and boy traffic's been backed up for miles all morning Carly Johnson come on news it's a matter of fact here is missing some back up to talk will of this morning we'll get her take on that here in just a couple of minutes that's not all that's kept state troopers busy this morning they had to chase down a stolen can't police car near Snoqualmie pass Callisthenes would occur tells us how all that started trying to wrestle woman and.
"twenty two years" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"To a podcast is convenient that's how many of my friends and family listen to the show because you can actually can speed to stop when my body says you fifty some pretty funny at a point in a quarter of what knocks a point a quarter you can speed up your podcast by twenty five percent it's kind of like a minute something like this cartoon but they get the data and that's what they want is the information so it works out pretty well we are going to talk about why I areas are different can you remember any reason can when IRA in a four one K. are different hello yeah but I don't remember the yeah but I don't remember yes you know that there are different well this is why I ask I mean in its in its there so confusing to people I mean it's why we have to do the show something that's only got three letters should not be this difficult right but it is because the way our tax code works in it's so important to people's lives we looked at the financial he's been groups been around for twenty two years and we look at the difference in the size of our accounts we opened up twenty two years ago versus now and it's ten fold in the part of the reason it's ten fold as the market is going up over twenty two years the people have been putting money away and IRA's and for one case for an additional twenty two years and things are changing this matters to people I know your young age can it doesn't matter as much but we're gonna talk about the different screens I arrays plans and things you may want to consider consider this program we'll take a break and be right back hi Johnny Michael's here we know you care about your money but are you tired of worrying about it the financial enhance my group takes care of people just like you who don't want to worry about the money as for this year is the team of the financial enhancement.
"twenty two years" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
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"twenty two years" Discussed on WTVN
"Last you know twenty two years we've been independent you know helping our clients when I was back in the back in those days you know captive financial visor we had offer certain products services by the company that was always the first here we have to offer and if we can get it done with them because of an issue or whatever the case then we can maybe look outside but had to have approval but it was very limited so you know and there's lots there's still lot of captive agencies out there you know from the one on every street corner to the auto agent out there they're going to sell those products and services and I'm not saying it's not about op June is better than not have an option all but again are you really get the best plan just because the portion that company's product and nine out of ten times probably the answers now when it comes to that there is an independent adviser agent that's what we are we're independent we have no restrictions you know whatever we feel that's best for our clients based off of their situation again we have different multiple for providers we research what is out there was gonna be the best fit you know for our clients let it be no one to provide the most income there certain companies we utilize because they maybe pay the highest you know pay outs you know overall whereas other companies may not do that so again we look at you know different things you know across the board to understand what's gonna provide the most income because when we were we when we work a lot of retirees Meghan the concern about you know I want to have a guaranteed source of income so again we will look at some of those things again another important factor you know the talk and talk about this term's been thrown out there a lot as you know being a fiduciary really what a fiduciary means were under the obligation as a professional based off our license with the put the best interests of our client first above our own interests and those of the firm or any company whose products and services they represent we are fiduciary here at the pension group or registered investment advisory firm again not every financial advisor out there's a Fisher she always when asked that are their fiduciary when it comes to that but again sometimes people you know need that little guide or that education to really understand you know who they're working with in my work with a captive person independent or over the independence to do sure and again where that independence do share when it comes to helping people with their retirement Mike a lot goes into retirement planning these days it's not one dimensional anymore but you're absolutely right and we get a lot of people to make that same statement all the time and were used to because we're retired people constantly living the lifestyle you desire your dreams about during retirement takes this careful planning again you want to work with a financial professional who truly understands what's going on with your situation certainly you know if if you don't understand everything schedule second meeting a third meeting until you fully understand what's going on and again that's where we're really here to help you know again if you're one of the first ten callers you know if you say the least two hundred fifty thousand dollars give our office a call you can reduce reaches at eight four four four.
"twenty two years" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Barron. Trump was on FOX business network that I think was stored Varney. And Eric Trump said that Democrats in house have subpoenaed the debit card records of Tiffany Trump from when she was twenty two years old. They're trying to get credit card records for guests at the Trump DC hotel. Because you know, what they want to know who's staying Trump's hotel, and they ordered a racy movie ordered red meat from room service or whatever else. This is Democrats in that you may stuff you're next creepy should've done them. Folks. You have to know what is being ignored. And what they're doing tempting to continuing attempt to do not just Trump, but his entire family there, literally using as much power of the United States federal government as they can marshal to literally destroy and ruin. An American family. While lying and ignoring. So much that is negative and harmful that democrat party has done and wants to continue doing this country. You know, Trump gets mocked all the time for being an attention seeking buffoon. You know, what the irony is? He doesn't need any fame or attention. Donald Trump arrived at the Republican primary process. All ready world famous. He was already as famous has he could possibly be. He could not gain any more fame. He could not gain any more notoriety. He couldn't get noticed any more than all ready was or is. Something else. Donald Trump doesn't need any of this grief that he's getting. Nobody does. But Donald Trump. He didn't need my point is he doesn't need this. He doesn't need to put up with this. Inclusion is he's actually attempting to do what he says make America. Great again. Biden on the other hand what's five is doing what he only knows Biden's career Washington. Swamped Weller doing the only thing he knows politics. He's in the race solely to have the light of attention and fame back on him. Seeking notoriety seeking to be gigantic Trump dragon slayer. Eric swale? Well is a Joe Biden waving one of these guys that's never done anything in his life except live and work in Washington. Take him outside of Washington transplant him anywhere in the country and say, you're on you're on buddy, go make a living, and they wouldn't know what to do unless some former donor came along and gave them a no show job. Obama ditto. There's not a single thing any of these people have ever done in the private sector. I don't like that term. I think they've done in the main US economy. They are lifetime. Politicians lifetime. Manipulators lifetime phonies. That's the culture that they're part of it. If they're on the democrat side than everything that is potentially harmful about him getting Nord or covered up..
"twenty two years" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"And so for twenty two years. Actually, I've traveled while I was in marketing even more internationally for the last twenty two years that I was running the international division. I was very comfortable in knowing where the precautions were and what was available to me. The truth of the matter is that people it's the people that don't think about what they're doing who go on the long walk where they should never have been do not listen to the folks that are in the hotel that say stay here. Do not go out at night. I mean, this is going to happen in the United States that get in trouble. Who would expect fifty people to get shot to death in a mosque couple mosques in New Zealand? New Zealand of all places Norway of all places in the shooting in the Netherlands, right? You can also be walking down the street with a cell phone and not paying attention and miss somebody coming up from behind you. That's right. It doesn't have to be in a foreign country. It can be here. And although Ed you were off the beaten path one time in Egypt as I recall. Yes. We were we were more than off the beaten path we got stuck on the wrong side of the Suez canal. But if that's the story you're thinking about we literally went into the sand and car that we had to drag out of the sand back on the road. And literally we spent the night on the wrong side of the Suez canal. Very uncomfortable position. I bet and candidly without going to deep into the story. The next day we were pulled across the canal before they reopen them. Start shoveling the shit through the.
"twenty two years" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"twenty two years" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Twenty two year staring at a screen. That's in my future dream. That's are a big part of our lives. Man. They are forty two percent of our waking hours now staring at a screen of some kind of what six hours forty three minutes a day. So the time here awake. That's a lot. That is a lot. So yeah. The life expectancy seventy eight. Which means just about twenty two years of your life. I believe it. I mean, how how many jobs are out there that don't involve looking at some type of screen there are I mean, there are some still, but I mean our our industries a little bit different because we got televisions all over the studio. I got four screens in front of me right now. Plus a phone. I mean. There are a lot of jobs out there where you're just sitting in front of a computer or sitting in front of a cash register which I I would count that technically screen time. Yeah. I think about my brother is not in front of screens very much. My dad, certainly before he retired, you know, working on trains and a lot of times. I'll say to my buddy, man, they got it figured out. And. Laxed pretty cool guys, you know, going through life. You know what? I mean, there's there's something to be said for that. Because you've really got to protect yourself or will depress. You some of the stuff got coming up. Seventh grade too young to recruit for college football. It's a little young. And.
"twenty two years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"When Rosie was twenty two years old. He had a front row seat that whole experience for me really shaped my career in terms of taking risk in working with great people and understanding the power of the press and was fun. It was really fun. Rosie Sears a particular bond with the government insider who leaked papers Daniel Ellsberg, the two guys spend more time than probably anyone else on earth secretly copying. The Pentagon papers all seven thousand pages Ellsberg and Rosie have known each other for a while. But they've never sat down and talked in detail about their experience. So we went to ellsberg's house. Thank you for doing this getting films. You're a lot. They don't have such fancy sound equipment. They ended up talking for hours. Now, one of the things they remembered was how much work was to just copy documents took Ellsberg a year. I got very jealous later of these machines on call eight. Yeah. Not that kind of copy machine. This is old school opened the big heavy cover put one page in close. The cover press start. Wait. Open cover repeat seven thousand times page by page and find it was just too slow. So I would put it in without putting the heavy cover on. And wondering what this is going to do is possibly going to go blind. I remember the green light green Ray thinking is this going to sterilize me? So you have the same. Yeah. Sure. Before Edward Snowden showed us the NSA could spy on all of us for Chelsea Manning, exposed hundreds of thousands of secret.
"twenty two years" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
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"twenty two years" Discussed on WCPT 820
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"twenty two years" Discussed on PRI's The World
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"twenty two years" Discussed on The Filmcast
"May knew we were coming how why did you worried about me fine i'm sure we can find something i have that too guys trained to be ghost let's don't waste time chasing after make him come to find something that's personally portent to him and hugh speeds this movie came out twenty two years ago as i mentioned tom cruise i produced movie was directed by brian depalma i'm gonna read the plots from andy be an american agent under full suspicion of disloyalty must discover expose the real spy without the help of his organization so was very curious to see how this movie at age nology has not aged very well but everything else about this movie is awesome in my opinion i i still think this movie really works and what's interesting about it is these not really an action film it's barely a spy it's much more of a psychological thriller in my opinion it's it's a straight up north thriller yeah yeah and it's slow paced yup it feels old to me it feels town cowrote this movie don't forget like yeah you know and it shows like this has that nice slow chinatown five or something for sure and it's funny to compare this to where we are now which is like you know balls to the wall action piece this movie has an action setpiece or two but most i mean the first half is like this very slow paced starkly lit noir romance he kind of strange it feels like it was shot on a set kind of on purpose there everything's in tight close ups like angles like low angles it's all it's all really very stylized yeah yeah it's it's a very different film than what the franchise ended up becoming and all of the movies are different from each other but i think this one feels the most different to me agreed completely and i think it's still really works i think the score by denny healthman is awesome and i think it has a really good mix of these thriller elements and also it does have some balsa while action that final setpiece with the train the survey that bullet train is like still holds that's right i mean i mean for the most part the it's a little bit rough but it's i'm still convinced that they actually did something on a trade you know like was shot now it tom cruise would literally have been on top of a bullet train yeah no not this one it's also a movie that was was made in nineteen ninetysix and it is so ninety six man it is it's so fun looking back and seeing the internet search engine seen and there's a moment i wrote this line down of ving rains talks about the komo suitors right the highest and most high end computer that that you can think of the the one that isn't on the market yet but he can get his hands on because he's so bad as and he goes it's it's a six eighty six prototype with ai risk process six eighty six you guys six am mazing meanwhile iphone like to had that does feel like it's the first time brian depalma ever saw computer to just like the way that whole search research scene is shot and everything like it is is kind of mace we'll give the film i should say there was no phone twos just the iphone three g but i will i will give the film credit for this indra v tech in this entry is like i don't even know if it was like well done back then but it's not a good look at like bbs's and how those things work but that like usenet groups exist yeah i mean like it isn't embarrassingly bad like they didn't invent something internet never would be a lot of movies did at that that's exactly yeah yeah i have to say like having just rewatch sneakers.