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Aug/11th
This sound is different<br /> than the last album that you came out with.<br /> -100%. -What 'A' this?<br /> <br /> Jaden:<br /> So, really what 'A' this was<br /> me just wanting to, like, be a different type of person.<br /> You know, I love David Bowie.<br /> And I just wanted to be a new person, you know?<br /> And I just wanted to go over here and do this.<br /> I did that, and now I just want to be different.<br /> So I've been listening to a lot of older music.<br /> And I've been really, really 'A' by the Beach Boys<br /> and their harmonies and their guitars<br /> all of the interesting sounds that they used in their music.<br /> So, I spent this whole time just listening to old music<br /> with my guitar teacher and studying music theory<br /> and studying all of these different things<br /> that are in the music that you might not 'B'<br /> and really trying to understand them<br /> and then apply it into my music so I can give my fans<br /> a little bit of something where it's like,<br /> "Here's something that's, like, really different<br /> that was made with all real instruments<br /> and, like, not with a computer and with my voice."<br /> And how, you know -- just kind of give them<br /> a little bit of that so they're like, "Wow. You know.<br /> Jaden did that one thing that was really interesting<br /> with this album, and it was different," you know?<br /> Because I just want to make something that's just going to<br /> be different for the fans so they can be like "Wow.<br /> I haven't heard something like this in a long time."<br /> <br /> Jimmy:<br /> Yeah. Is this a hint?<br /> Is "Cabin Fever" a hint of maybe a new album?<br /> <br /> Jaden:<br /> Yeah, yeah.<br /> I'm definitely -- There's a new album happening.<br /> "Cabin Fever" is definitely a hint.<br /> And I'm really excited about this new one.<br /> I think it's going to be<br /> something really, really special.
Aug/11th
I know you're safe, thank God.<br /> Have you had time to relax or what are you doing?<br /> <br /> Jaden<br /> -Yeah, you know, I've had a lot of time<br /> to just, like, stay at home, read books, like,<br /> and just chill.<br /> I've been watching your show nonstop.<br /> -Aww!<br /> -Your Tiger King impression is 'A'!<br /> <br /> Jimmy:<br /> -[ Laughs ] Oh, you saw that! Good man!<br /> -Yeah! Yeah. -Oh, I love that.<br /> <br /> Jaden:<br /> -I was like, "This is --" I was like, "This is 'B'."<br /> I was, like, genuinely, like --<br /> This is warming up my whole quarantine, which was 'C'.<br /> <br /> Jimmy:<br /> -Oh, I'm so happy. That's the way I felt about your song, too.<br /> I thought it was 'D'. -Aww. Thank you, man.<br /> -We'll get into it. <br /> -I appreciate that.<br /> -Are you -- Do you play bass guitar?<br /> <br /> Jaden:<br /> -You know, I don't play bass, but I have it in here<br /> because I do jam sessions in my room to where --<br /> I'll have homies come in here and I'll play guitar<br /> and they'll just pick up the bass.<br /> Like, I have to have it in here<br /> so that we can just play at any time.<br /> -Yeah.<br /> -But I have been learning bass a little bit.<br /> Like, I'll learn bass to a few of my songs<br /> just with my guitar teacher because, you know, I'm like --<br /> you might as well just teach me a little bit of bass, too, <br /> while we're at it.<br />
Aug/11th
Approaches to life, decision making paradigms.<br /> Compasses that help us stay on our path.<br /> And we all need a prescription from time to time.<br /> And prescribes are for how to handle a tough time,<br /> how to deal with being in a rut.<br /> Prescribes are also for how to deal with 'A'<br /> that we want to double down on a situation.<br /> For instance, one that we all can use personally<br /> in the world right now, one of the prescribes I call is,<br /> "find your frequency."<br /> You know, individually and collectively,<br /> I think we can all agree, we are out of tune right now.<br /> Oh, yeah.<br /> We're living in a very disruptive time.<br /> We're out of whack, we're off-balance.<br /> We do not have a station on our radio<br /> that we can all tune in to,<br /> much less all agree we want to listen to.<br /> So we got to turn the page and we got to find<br /> our frequency again.<br /> And I believe the key to finding our frequency again<br /> begins with each of us individually looking in<br /> the mirror and challenging ourselves<br /> to be more 'B', more empathetic,<br /> value ourselves and others more,<br /> and just plain be better people.<br /> And that's the frequency... Wow.<br /> ...that we find. <br /> <br /> Jimmy:<br /> I love that.<br /> Is that what you hope readers take away from the book?<br /> <br /> Matthew:<br /> Well, what I hope they take away from the book<br /> is a few things.<br /> I mean, it is a comedy. It is true.<br /> Look, it's people, places, stories, prescribes,<br /> poems, prayers and a whole lot of bumper stickers, you know?<br /> [ Laughs ] My initial goal with this book,<br /> when I set out, was I said, "Look, can I write a book<br /> that's worth reading,<br /> even if it was written by an anonymous author?<br /> But at the same time, can it be a book that once you read it,<br /> you're gonna go, bam, there's nobody,<br /> but McConaughey could have wrote that."
Aug/11th
I saw that cover and I go, "That's iconic."<br /> I think it's brilliant.<br /> Is it based on something that you remember<br /> or is that just a drawing or what <br /> <br /> Matthew:<br /> It's an overall approach to the book.<br /> And that's why the title, "Greenlights."<br /> Look, in the highway of life that we're living,<br /> we got red lights, yellow lights, and green lights.<br /> We don't like the red lights. They 'A' us,<br /> they get in our way, they make us jackknife.<br /> They, you know,<br /> they keep us from getting where we want to go.<br /> We don't like the yellow lights. We got to 'B'.<br /> They're an intervention. They make us stop and think.<br /> What we like is the green lights because they say, "Go, baby."<br /> Yeah. "We affirm your way.<br /> Yes to whatever you're doing.<br /> We approve, keep going."<br /> But even though we don't want the yellow and the red lights,<br /> I found that eventually in life,<br /> those yellows and reds do turn green.<br /> I mean, like, my father passed away.<br /> That was a major red light in my life.<br /> I've noticed through the years<br /> how his passing away turned into major<br /> green lights for me, incentive things that he taught me<br /> that I took into my life.<br /> The man I'm trying to become based on what he taught me were<br /> green lights of his red light of passing away.<br /> So, I really believe that, that, you know, in this life<br /> or the next, we're going to look back on our red<br /> and green lights of our life and you go,<br /> "Oh, there was a lesson in that yellow and red.<br /> And they all eventually turn green.<br /> Ah, thank you."<br /> So that's what "Greenlights" is.
Aug/11th
we don't have adequate<br /> affordable housing<br /> in the city and county of LA and so as<br /> we're trying our best to not only bring<br /> people into interim spaces like this<br /> we are tasked with making sure that<br /> people have a permanent place to live<br /> <br /> reporter:<br /> what happens when these temporary leases<br /> on these hotels and motels 'A'<br /> <br /> Valesia:<br /> well we're worried about that i mean<br /> right now we're month to month<br /> so we are acting as if<br /> tomorrow is our last day which means we<br /> are engaging landlords now<br /> we're looking at available spaces<br /> because we just don't know how long<br /> we'll have the space<br /> if we had to close and shutter this site<br /> in two weeks<br /> that means that some people won't make<br /> it into 'B'<br /> if i know that i have a few more months<br /> that's going to give me more time<br /> to engage landlords and to collaborate<br /> to ensure we do our best to secure<br /> and make a safe space for the people<br /> moving out of these places<br />
Aug/11th
grade yourself<br /> assess yourself how well have you done<br /> <br /> Heidi:<br /> I'd give us an a i know that there's<br /> still people who are outdoors who are<br /> 'A' there are definitely still<br /> people who need to come inside<br /> but everybody in our system has stepped<br /> in and has literally been working around<br /> the clock<br /> <br /> reporter:<br /> are you satisfied with just housing 25<br /> though of the original goal <br /> <br /> Heidi:<br /> absolutely not we need to continue<br /> not only continue with new sites coming<br /> online but turning those beds over<br /> <br /> Janice:<br /> nobody gets an a during this homeless<br /> crisis<br /> I don't pat us on the back at all we<br /> have not solved this problem<br /> <br /> elected officials like janice hahn admit<br /> that local governments waited too long<br /> to prioritize housing the homeless<br /> <br /> Janice:<br /> i just feel like whatever we're doing is<br /> not working<br /> and i we need to make some changes<br /> <br /> she's long supported repurposing hotel<br /> rooms for interim housing<br /> <br /> Janice:<br /> we've gotten people off the streets and<br /> into hotel rooms faster than i ever<br /> thought<br /> possible but i'm worried that<br /> our plan has plateaued a little bit and<br /> we don't have that 'B' that we even<br /> had a couple of months ago<br /> to bring people inside
Aug/11th
after hurricane maria hit puerto rico<br /> more than 1.1<br /> million people filed for fema recovery<br /> grants but around 60 percent of them<br /> were denied<br /> the main reason according to the agency<br /> was that applicants 'A' they<br /> owned their own homes<br /> <br /> the first records of land ownership date<br /> back around 5000 years right about the time writing<br /> was invented in Mesopotamia<br /> it seems as soon as the ancient<br /> Mesopotamian learned to write they<br /> started writing down who owned what<br /> <br /> back in 1066 the king of england<br /> distributed his land to his knights and<br /> nobles who would pay him or provide<br /> services like say riding into battle to<br /> keep that land<br /> one of the first known examples of<br /> 'B'<br />
Aug/11th
In china citizens can own a home but not<br /> the spot it's built on<br /> because all land is owned by the state<br /> <br /> In north korea the state owns not only<br /> the land<br /> but all the houses and apartments built<br /> on it there's a whole market for 'A' to get favorable housing<br /> a season of house hunters i would most<br /> certainly be interested in watching <br /> <br /> In sweden you can own land but you might<br /> have to let strangers pitch a tent and<br /> sleep on it<br /> many parts of the world would call that<br /> adorable trespassing but the swedish<br /> call it<br /> [Music]<br /> yeah or every man's 'B' another thing<br /> called alamance rotten<br /> a line of food sold by ikea and that's<br /> not even a swedish joke it really is<br /> called that<br /> everyone's 'B' to field forest and a<br /> fine<br /> meal of meatballs
Aug/11th
so when<br /> Georgia power was coming around these<br /> parts 'A' people to buy their<br /> properties<br /> was just around the time kayson got his<br /> diagnosis and could you<br /> tell me what you said to the<br /> representative who came to you<br /> <br /> resident:<br /> cason is wanting to die here and we're<br /> going to stay here<br /> until one way or the other we'll be here<br /> until something happens<br /> <br /> reporter:<br /> the Georgia power employees if he came<br /> back today what would you tell him<br /> <br /> resident:<br /> you know i thought about that question a<br /> hundred times<br /> what would i do i don't want my<br /> grandchildren to be around it<br /> i don't know what bathing does but as<br /> far as me<br /> i would never leave<br /> <br /> reporter: why is that<br /> <br /> resident:<br /> well i came here at 16 as a 'B'<br /> it's just too much history<br /> i miss everybody<br /> when i'm here i feel a kinship they're<br /> here<br />
Aug/11th
so I'm wondering is that something<br /> that the people who build the plant<br /> should have thought of even at the time<br /> <br /> yeah 'A' in 1982 it was a<br /> conscious decision not to put a liner in<br /> that pond<br /> and what we're seeing now is the<br /> consequences of that<br /> <br /> the EPA only started regulating coal ash<br /> in 2015.<br /> it forced plants to 'B' groundwater<br /> to determine if ponds were leaking<br /> soon after Georgia power began<br /> monitoring the water around plant sharer<br /> the company started buying up homes in<br /> Juliet<br /> <br />
Aug/11th
are you worried about being branded as<br /> an 'A' <br /> <br /> Mike:<br /> I've already been branded<br /> and 'A' so i'm not sure there's<br /> much more to worry about currently<br /> <br /> reporter:<br /> there's like there's been some<br /> situations where like people who say<br /> that they're boogaloo boys like in the<br /> bubbly movement<br /> they've gone and shot up like federal<br /> security officer or they brought<br /> explosives like black lives matter <br /> <br /> Mike:<br /> tell me when somebody did that<br /> who 'B' to be a boogaloo boy name<br /> one person who did that who was an<br /> actual boogaloo boy<br /> <br /> steve carrillo <br /> <br /> he was a self-proclaimed boogaloo boy<br /> yes say it was a boogaloo boy and he had<br /> big blue boys backing him everybody<br /> knows that if boogaloo boys want to do<br /> something with a federal building it<br /> wouldn't be just one of us<br /> <br /> reporter:<br /> Isn't there some some risk in joining a<br /> movement that is so wide-ranging because<br /> you know someone goes and does something<br /> really stupid and then you become<br /> branded as like an<br /> always <br /> <br /> Mike:<br /> gonna have somebody who<br /> infiltrates an organization and makes it<br /> full of themselves so obviously there's<br /> some risk there's some risk in<br /> everything you do
Aug/11th
I see that we<br /> might need to have a militia just<br /> 'A' our rights if we have to<br /> hopefully it never comes to that<br /> <br /> reporter:<br /> you guys are like in tactical gear are<br /> you worried that that could like give<br /> the wrong 'B' or scare people who<br /> might want to join off<br /> <br /> Mike:<br /> we're here to give the 'B' that<br /> we support the second amendment and i<br /> believe this is the best way to do that<br /> by gearing up and being armed any type<br /> of legislation is passed that allows for<br /> the confiscation of weapons or<br /> accessories<br /> the military units will stand by those<br /> people<br /> a lot of the gun legislation that was<br /> proposed made people realize hey<br /> they could actually do this and we've<br /> got to have a way of saying<br /> no we won't comply with it they want to
Aug/7th
how was the last year been for you<br /> <br /> survivor:<br /> I didn't get 'A' i guess because<br /> of my activities<br /> and my friends my family<br /> and i'm just coping with it you know<br /> <br /> reporter:<br /> when you found out that the shooter came<br /> here specifically to target<br /> mexican people <br /> <br /> yeah <br /> <br /> what did you feel<br /> <br /> survivor:<br /> well at that time you know we had<br /> this<br /> uh thing with a wall then i said<br /> you know what we should build a wall<br /> but from el paso away from<br /> east texas he says so they won't come<br /> over here and<br /> and shoot us in my 'B' is that<br /> this is our land because texas new<br /> mexico arizona california<br /> was mexico so we're<br /> in our land <br /> <br /> reporter:<br /> I imagine that when this<br /> pandemic hit and you had to<br /> all of a sudden be holed up at home all<br /> the time was that was that hard for you<br /> <br /> survivor:<br /> it's been hard because we don't see each<br /> other like we used to<br /> i see so much news<br /> especially our leader and i don't like<br /> to hear him<br /> so sometimes i change the channels and<br /> he's in all channels<br /> so i started watching novelas<br /> <br /> what those 'A','B' would be
Aug/7th
you can't really care about 'A'<br /> or those in the community<br /> when you are a member of a party which<br /> has been accused of corruption<br /> and abusing human rights <br /> <br /> Savantha:<br /> in cambodia<br /> we have the law and everything and we<br /> have an<br /> anti-corruption ministry and we find out<br /> that someone<br /> doing a corruption please brave enough<br /> to<br /> bring that case to the anti-corruption<br /> <br /> reporter:<br /> are you happy in yourself and content in<br /> yourself<br /> with all your political decisions that<br /> you've made <br /> <br /> Savantha:<br /> yeah i'm happy with um what i have done and i'm<br /> happy that i have freedom<br /> and i'm brave enough to do what i want<br /> to do yeah<br /> <br /> reporter:<br /> members of cervantes former party the<br /> cnrp<br /> were shocked when she switched<br /> allegiances the party was 'B' by<br /> hunsan in 2017<br /> three years after savantha left meet<br /> savannah<br /> one of its high profile members was<br /> jailed four times and has now made his<br /> home in the us<br /> 26 of his former colleagues are<br /> currently in prison in cambodia<br /> and many more live in exile <br /> <br /> what those 'A','B' would be
Aug/7th
switching sides to the ruling party<br /> comes with many 'A' in cambodia<br /> savantha runs her own university and 10<br /> businesses<br /> and she's had face time with the prime<br /> minister <br /> <br /> reporter:<br /> there are pictures on your instagram<br /> of you and the prime minister<br /> <br /> Savantha: which one oh yeah <br /> <br /> reporter:<br /> because you look incredibly 'B' <br /> <br /> Savantha:<br /> he is very open<br /> heart when i was in opposite party i always<br /> like blame him a lot but he's had like his<br /> heart still open for me<br /> <br /> you're crying <br /> <br /> yes i expressed my emotional<br /> like i'm happy to meet him <br /> <br /> reporter:<br /> that's such a big change to go from being in<br /> opposition<br /> and disliking him to then crying because<br /> you're meeting him<br /> but all those things that you were angry<br /> about before are you not angry about<br /> them still<br /> <br /> Savantha:<br /> i angry with him because i think that<br /> the country like low developed<br /> because of him everything because of him<br /> he is respond and he try hard<br /> to change to to make it improve <br /> <br /> reporter:<br /> what people will say is they look at you<br /> and they'll go you live quite a<br /> luxurious lifestyle do you think if you<br /> were still<br /> supporting the opposition you'd get the<br /> same opportunities<br /> <br /> what those 'A','B' would be
Aug/7th
she claims she works hard for it <br /> <br /> Savantha:<br /> for me I have done about the<br /> nose job <br /> <br /> reporter:<br /> oh really i love the result just<br /> a nose job or did you get other things<br /> as well oh<br /> <br /> Savantha:<br /> and oh we we line okay<br /> yeah the the jaw yeah the jaw like you<br /> have to change the<br /> the angle like to become v-shaped <br /> <br /> reporter:<br /> I've seen pictures of you though<br /> but you always looked great yeah like<br /> <br /> Savantha:<br /> i always show people the 'A' because i<br /> don't need to hide about what i did<br /> <br /> Reporter:<br /> yeah but she hasn't always been all<br /> about the glamour<br /> quite the opposite<br /> <br /> in 2013 savantha was the face of the<br /> opposition party's campaign against the<br /> cambodian government<br /> she was a regular at protests where she<br /> spoke to the crowd<br /> and broadcast live to the nation on<br /> facebook<br /> why did you get involved in politics <br /> <br /> Savantha:<br /> I joined for the<br /> protest campaign it's for like something<br /> for human rights<br /> for the like people that they are have a<br /> problem about land corruption or<br /> something else i always share my own<br /> idea like i'm not afraid of anything i<br /> want to see my country<br /> more and more and more develop yeah<br /> because i love it and i want<br /> my country to become great and want my<br /> country to become more and more famous<br /> <br /> <br /> savantha was protesting against<br /> cambodia's prime minister hunsen<br /> who's been labeled a fully-fledged<br /> military dictator by human rights watch<br /> he began his political career with pol<br /> pots khmer rouge<br /> and he's led cambodia for 35 years<br /> in 2013 hunsen's party won yet another<br /> election<br /> but there were claims of electoral 'B'<br /> for months the opposition<br /> including savantha demonstrated<br /> peacefully against the results<br /> <br /> what those 'A','B' would be
Aug/7th
and the mafiosos who you'd think would<br /> be out joyriding in their flashy cars<br /> are actually spending their time on<br /> computers making facebook groups to<br /> organize matches<br /> viewers can place bets that range from<br /> 250 to 10000 euros depending on the 'A' <br /> and size of the dog<br /> so while hollywood may have been<br /> exploiting the mafia for some cliche<br /> content<br /> the truth is that the mafia has its own<br /> film factory of exploitation<br /> and in this case the exploitation has<br /> real impacts<br /> trainers put dogs in isolation on strict<br /> diets and even on drugs<br /> before a fight they dope the pups up on<br /> a steroid for bodybuilders<br /> these dogs step into the ring looking<br /> rugged they've got clipped ears and a<br /> chopped tail<br /> to keep fewer limbs from getting ripped<br /> off meanwhile<br /> the owners relaxing back at home can<br /> watch the fights on what's pretty much a<br /> mobster streaming service<br /> <br /> this is all an open secret the mafia is<br /> so well known for organizing bets on<br /> dogfights and horse races<br /> there's an italian word for it the zoo<br /> mafia<br /> the leading animal rights group made<br /> this word up back in the prime days of<br /> dogfighting but it's not less applicable<br /> now<br /> in their 2020 report on zoo mafia they<br /> write that demand for the cruel sport<br /> persists because 'B' thinks it's cool<br /> for them it's strictly recreational and<br /> like going to the cinema<br /> or disco and in 2019 the same rights<br /> group recorded a five to ten percent<br /> rise in dogfighting complaints<br /> <br /> what those 'A','B' would be
Aug/7th
i got a lot of these um i'm happy she's<br /> finally angry enough to go with me<br /> though<br /> [Music]<br /> <br /> the fact that they pushed this laughter<br /> really pissed me off<br /> last week israeli parliament passed a<br /> 'A' measure that allows for new<br /> laws<br /> meant to curb the virus to be<br /> implemented within 24 hours<br /> without knesset approval but critics of<br /> this new law<br /> think it's just a way for the government<br /> to expand its power<br /> they are saying that the cabinet can<br /> push through directives um<br /> on the entire population of israel um<br /> and that<br /> the knesset committees only four of them<br /> are relevant will have 24 hours to<br /> approve or reject it but in addition to<br /> that and this is the part that it really<br /> really<br /> made me angry they also have the power<br /> to decide<br /> that the knesset committees on urgent<br /> issues whatever they deem urgent which<br /> they don't define<br /> don't have to go to the committees at<br /> all and not only that but the knesset<br /> committees which are relevant only four<br /> of them which exist<br /> can only do anything about it after an<br /> entire week this is<br /> absolutely 'B' it is a nail in the<br /> coffin for small businesses<br /> it's a nail in the coffin for<br /> independent contractors and i can't<br /> believe<br /> i can't believe after everything and<br /> even after the purchase that have<br /> already happened that this is continuing<br /> <br /> what those 'A','B' would be
Aug/7th
police have arrested nearly a hundred<br /> demonstrators<br /> and served many of them with a citation<br /> that bans traveled to Jerusalem<br /> for up to 10 days<br /> <br /> Israel has a coveted 19 response team<br /> and it has a protocol to beat back a<br /> second wave<br /> but when cases were down Netanyahu<br /> pushed out members of opposing parties<br /> and the members who replaced them aren't<br /> following the original plan<br /> <br /> Ofer Shelah headed that committee before<br /> he was 'A'<br /> <br /> Ofer:<br /> most of the Israeli public thinks that<br /> netanyahu acts out of political<br /> political<br /> reasons and this has to do with the the<br /> size and<br /> and 'B' futility of this<br /> government<br /> and so on uh once this happens this is<br /> the seat of anak<br /> you know i'm Israeli born and raised<br /> I've lived here for the past<br /> 60 years we've never had a situation<br /> of such deep mistrust between the public<br /> and the in the government netanyahu is<br /> not seeing the pandemic as a public<br /> health emergency he sees it as a chance<br /> for political survival<br /> <br /> he's a coward he's trying to lead us by<br /> cowardice<br /> we Israelis we the world will not be led<br /> through this crisis by cowardice what<br /> people are seeing for the first time<br /> in the netanyahu years is a situation<br /> where you look at the polls most of the<br /> the Israelis just think is handling this<br /> very poorly<br /> so it reflects on the whole of his<br /> 11-year term and people are saying this<br /> is just not<br /> a very good prime minister and this is a<br /> prime minister that acts<br /> because he has political situations in<br /> mind because he has legal troubles he's<br /> not concerned with us<br /> anymore<br /> <br /> what those 'A','B' would be
Aug/7th
Sylvia Garcia was one of the lawmakers<br /> in that hearing<br /> she also represents the guyan family's<br /> district <br /> <br /> do you think it is a 'A'<br /> of sexual harassment that exists is that<br /> how you would describe it<br /> <br /> Sylvia:<br /> i'm not there yet but i'm leaning there<br /> and i think that's why we need the<br /> 'B' investigation that's what<br /> congress will continue to investigate<br /> something went really wrong here we know<br /> that in this case the army has failed<br /> vanessa<br /> we need to make sure that that never<br /> happens again to another soldier<br /> <br /> what those 'A','B' would be
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