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I feel like he’s given the younger generation ofthe sport’s an opportunity to rely on him now that he’s outof it for any advice that we need to get from. >> The nature of his advice isit related to the technique or is it more just advice about. >> It’s more so stuff like thisand dealing. And the guys like that. It’s nice I it’s it’s tough outside the water that mostcomfortable am at big meets the trials and theOlympics are worlds as I’m walking out to go to the lastmost comparable I am it’s the stuff that I needsomebody to help with this outside the water, you know Iam surf I text him about acne sure he Committee on us not toStreet there. It’s more so stuff outside thewater. I think I can learn a lot from the guy. >> Get the sense that you’requite grounded. And you don’t really liketalking about yourself. It’s now that’s a fair assessment,it’s very very why is that.>> I’m still trying to figuremyself out you know, I I feel like I can give advice here andthere was some that’s worked for me, but not shelter not scared of theworld there’s parts that I want to share that people can learnfrom but for the most part. I’m happy I’m happy with what Ihave I’m happy with my inner circle.I don’t need to share every bitof me with the world, I’m fine with people watching andsupporting me, I’m fine with people not liking me I’mtotally fine with that you know, I’m not doing the sportto have the spotlight on me the whole time or to take thespotlight away from anybody. I don’t care about that’s arelevant. If there is no spectators in Japan are nocameras. It would be completelyindifferent to Mandy totally fine this sport like I said Ido this for the challenge that offers me. >> And the longer I’ve done itthe more challenges offered let’s talk about took itbecause you just you just brought up spectators, it’sgoing to be a different experience how do you thinkthat that it’s going to affect the way that you can so what.>> I don’t think it will in anyway I do prefer that people in the stands. So. I do like toput on a show I want people to celebrate with me I want tohave that moment and trials. It was awesome soon as I madethe team 100 free like the eldest son Lane line to get thecrowd going like I like that. But once I’m off DEC I’m over it. I don’t need theground. Certainly prefer the crowd, Ilove the share those moments >> Your family is that going tobe able to be that your your with them. stance doesn’t it. >> Certainly was there. Iremember that being the highlight for real. Getting off the awards andbeing able to see my family up in the crowd. The people I got me to whereI’m at the people that have seen the struggles along theway and they’ve seen the mountain tops in the valleysthey’ve been through every part of my career, my mom you wantto have my license driving the practices to tired.I was a baby. You know those moments they’veseen every bit of it they’ve seen me come home from practicetrying know they’ve heard me say how much I hate the sport at times not all time. But they’ve just seen every bitof the sport and how to boil down to you know race that last40 something seconds it’s really sweet and is veryemotional, you know just having every motion flood Mia wants meto show my family that was a highlight real for me.>> What was it like to win 2gold medals in the area. >> It’s a tricky question youthink would be easy, I mean, of course I was I was happy butI’m certainly never satisfied something I know I need to workon you know as soon as I finish or a somebody analyzing how itcould have been better. So for Rio, yes, the goal ofcourse if you’re on team USA so get your hand on the wall firstrepresent your country, your best you can to do your part and relay sofor me. Yes, I was I’m just going to say happy soI don’t get in trouble. Yes, is happy with the me but I knowI could have been better so never satisfied now. Now I think that’s part of whatdrives. Yeah, I don’t even want tothink that I that’s what NASA is wrong with near somethingI’m just I’m never satisfied with the race and it’s all andI’m still enjoying it.But the fun part for me isshowing up in practice, you know what you want your 7 tothe box for race. Hard part’s done with you getto go and have and have fun, you know, 99% of what I do istraining and if you don’t enjoy training. You’re not in the right sport. >> This is the fun part for meas your other that you’ve got quite the fascination withLegos. >> I love my guys, I’ve got alist of 3 things on my phone that I want right now really really small list butone of them is the millennium Falcon Lego it’s like a 1000boxes, I was a kid that was my thing is like us everyChristmas president was some time leg. I just never outgrewit but if I feel like I deserve a Lego after Tokyo, maybe I’llget them one Falcon. >> I think that’s that’s theleast you could get a reward yourself. You said the 3 thingson your phone that you are was the millennium. Falcon whatwhat are the other 2. >> It’s a Stetson cowboy hat.The gusts over belly. One of them was a pack. I got that one after trials, Iwas my gift to myself that trials I bring a backpackeverywhere, yeah, but the only thing I reallyenjoy the Kerry and the backpack is my phone my wallet, my keys right. So I just want somethingsmaller and then it turned into what’s the smallest thing I canpossibly get and it was tough is authentic.>> You really do much to do toyour own drummer get dressed, I learned a lot about lego’scowboy hats. >> If anything I say, yeah, Iguess that wasn’t a very good sequence of a nightmare,especially this elite athlete and in all that. No no we’renot editing that. >> This is definitely that thecongratulations, you tie the knot February. How hismarriage. >> Changed you. It’s been really fun with Meganthat’s the first word that comes to mind there’s partsthat have been challenging for sure. There’s parts to where I had tosum up my game I had to be a better husband, a better manbecause I want to do that for Megan where one person and the first time I heard thatwas I think I should resources before proposing. Was we were put her on ameeting going over some counseling stuff. Before thewedding. And as you were saying you dorealize you’re becoming one personally so what haha what and it is and I really it hasfelt like that you know me and Meghan are where the dressel’s one personnow and it’s been really fun, figuring that out.A date night. How much food, Ido consume out much she needs to Sneads to cook as I cannotCook and she’s amazing and she likes to cook. time since you’ve been marriedhave had a big meet she learns I don’t really talk to anyoneit meets so she is after the meat was over she liked it.I don’t thing wrong to handle the finals, you’re fine.I don’t talk to anybody so that even know if not even Megan Iread that. >> You took it’s also shuttingoff your full use instagram maybe about 15 minutes, it wasall right. >> Yes, I I use it at allduring trials so I opened it up after trials so many has takenme 1515 plus countries are seenAustin traditions awesome cuss awesome.You know customs I’veseen so much this morning saying that I love people.Yeah, so I want to share what I can but no twitter on facebookon snapchat is gone did you find it was too distracted. And I need it. I know to control myself and tonot open up an app but for me I don’t like baggage. I don’tlike having things I don’t need I don’t want to carry around afull backpack when I can just carry on the family.>> Where are you a happiest and say my. >> Number one favorite hobby isgood people good conversation. So I’m actually very much forjoining us right now, yeah. >> Seem like it’s I hear thatyou’re also quite the drummer. >> I do play drums I got intodrums yeah, I went to school with arequired you to learn instrument, I start with pianolast of the day I said that socked toned up so switch overto drums and never outgrew its and the LegosI just kind of kind of stuck with it not to play.Oh yeah, oh yeah, yeah, yeah, Igot my dream can everything I record stuff every now and thenthey use logic pro I make music. The music softwareprograms on make some songs are now on and I can’t sing. I think the show songs anyonebut Megan start so my family ever done. Friends of heard.Also you are singing on the sums that you share. Yeah, Iknow he’s on it soon. Haha who’s your favorite bad. It’s a little cliche but blinkone 82. Success in Tokyo. The questionsyou think are are easier really hard for me, I’ll be happy with that me andI would consider that a successful meat if I learnsomething to take and move forward in my life Iwill be really happy with the me you know. Of course I would like to hitthe goal times I have like I said the 99% is doneright now it’s about going and going and having some fun whatabout the metal stand now it’s all about that for me I don’tkeep NSA you guys should be jealous, Iget to do the fun part which is racing, I get to enjoy therace.I don’t want to hang on to I don’t need a piece ofmetal that to remind me of that I got to enjoy it. I got toenjoy what was going through my head when I’m going to thewater, I got to stand on the on the on the medal ceremony I gotto be in the village, I got to do all the stuff.That’s all up here and I don’tI don’t need a piece of metal to do that. >> How did you get this whatyou really do seem to have figured out. >> I surround myself with goodpeople. So am I give myself credit for my mom and Dad andmy biggest biggest year’s biggest inspirations I’ve got great some things Ilearned something from all of them. Well, the Rio metals, mymom and Dad have one of them I could I gave one of them tothem and I actually gave the otherone away to a friend of mine who passed away since then so I did that one was given back to mebut it’s that one is it’s upstairs. I think it’s going to be sentsomewhere some stairs. I think it’s on season. >> Your Olympic gold though is in a TV stance. >> You know most people putthose on wall. I don’t what if someone’s comer to my house on.Now we’re going to hang out andplay pool or through his ball, I’m not going to walk aroundand say check this out now I don’t want that to be thereason you likely. If you don’t like me after youhave a conversation me you probably will like news, Idon’t want anything that you know where that. >> You want to be defined by acouple pieces of hardware. >> That I know people aredifferent and disrespect anyone because I can totally understand theother side of that does represent all those years of work it doesrepresent boiling down that moment of the race of being thebest in the world that moment I completely understand that butfor me.I read it I just rather givethem away and have someone else enjoy that moment for me.I got to be in the race, you guys should be also jealousof me I really got I got to compete. You know that is that is thefun part I got to learn something from a race, I got tostand on that podium, I got to take all that and with my owneyes. Yeah, I don’t need that piece of metal I rather be ableto give that to someone so they can enjoy all the things I gotto enjoy and that can be representative to them of whatI got to enjoy. >> You don’t need the battle,but do you want to win go. >> Oh yeah, don’t you think I’mnot competitive. Okay. Yeah, OK yes, okay.>> Making sure what Iappreciate about you and I don’t get this in all of myconversations, folks you’re must. Well, it’s probably why youdon’t want to do a lot of these. >> I try to be that was ourteam role that’s choice. Number one team role is honestywhen you is there a ritual there arethings that I like to do very flexible. Okay. So I dolike to stick to my routine, a big I am on routine. I liketo do those things but I don’t want to thank some competitorhad the big idea to like still my shoe that I would startfreaking out or anything it there’s not much you can do to mess me up. I do have a preference of theroutine, I like to stick with, you could throw a curve ball inthere and I’ll be fine like but trials, I would warm up in thecompetition will Sundays and then I go to the warm-up willsomeday so it just depends kind of whatI’m feeling. I go a lot of stuff ago based on field thiswhole the whole premise of the sport is feel you’re at so manysummers talk about it didn’t feel right or a feel-good nowater no one can explain of the size the word feel that’sthat’s the best we’ve got so a lot of what I do is based onfeel before and are you are you Jimthat I started I started yes to kind of a lotof people started to get my business to too much.So these wages but headphoneson and then that way no cure butyou can get and get your business. Well I I I know thenyces personally get meat mode, you know one there to there. Take care of business and once that’s done do whateveryou want, but you know the headphones help get people away from me, yeah block aboutyeah. It sounds mean, but no I don’twant to interfere with what I’m trying to do >> look anyone can interferewith what you’re trying to you soon. But the focus. competing with the pandemic is as abackdrop. >> I think it will be fine, youknow, there’s a lot of things that are out of my control. So I’m not going to worry aboutthings that I have no control over I’m sure the Olympics will be set up in afine enough manner where that’s I’m going to be a worry oncethey’re not nervous at all now.>> We cited. >> Yes, York side of course,I’m excited than or the nerves. Ahead later right now it’s justexcitement. Focus nurse nerves and ourexcitement focus right now serves a focus come later andexcitement still still hangs in there for us. >> It’s right there that looksorry to disturb your day, everyone’s matter what to makethis pass that along to us. >> When I see why we think Iwonder what his focus would be given 6 minutes. Can welcome tocall that call what it’s the baby said, it’s called parentand what was the first.Let’s hear member left and smart today was simpleexercises to strengthen your heart make the most of yourstate. I now pronounce you husband andwife. This morning, a story of peoplehelping people he received hundreds of letters from peoplewho’ve been inspired. One of our most favoritefranchises ever. I will I will definitely win. >> Hello and welcome toconsumer confidential on today all day, I’m NBC Newsinvestigative and consumer correspondent Vicky Wynn tunein each week for insider tips on the products and servicesthat make an impact on your daily life.This week we lookat how calm and beauty treatments can go horriblywrong. Plus our skin care products like led masks worththe hype and what you should look out for when buyingdesigner labels from your favorite bargain stores.All that and more just ahead. >> Some popular cosmetictreatment they promise to renew your skin fill in wrinkles orlaser way age spots but some women are finding seriouscomplications and side effects we have NBC News investigativecorrespondent consumer correspondent Vicky Wynn she’sback with us this morning, this is a good one. Yes, itaffects a lot of us women men to those they’re getting moreand again taking care of their faces. It’s your face.It’swhat you show to the world every day if you want to giveit a little boost, why not but with so many treatments outthere we’re going to share some important tips to make sure youget the results, you want. >> Beauty treatments gone bad,this Missouri woman says she went in for microbladingprocedure where a semi-permanent tattoo was usedto create Fuller brows but she left with 4 eyebrows, Heatheryour the beauty director for real simple and health magazineposted these instagram photos after a red carpet facial froma master esthetician left her skin scratched and wrongeveryone wants to know what my chocolate doesn’t know.Right here even celebs likeBrandi Glanville who shared on youtube saying she had laserhair removal on her upper lip that paralyzed part of her facemy face on the right side doesn’t move the way. My face by age spots that droveme batty 45 year-old Whitney when Gerd first sort of aprocedure called IPL Photo facial from a neighbor in herPhiladelphia suburb. The intense pulse light treatmentpromises to lighten dark spots on the skin. >> So her face looked great,she got to a local spa. She recommended I try thisplace one of your friend tell you it would feel like and whatit actually feel like my friend, said it would feel likean elastic rubber bands like if someone were to take a rubberband and snap it on your face and it felt like that times a100.>> What happened when you gothome, what in your face look >> It was very angry like redand swollen and I can already like. tell it was like stripes on myface and the red angry stripes at her too. >> Whitney posted these photoson her blog to warn women about the risks associated with IPLtreatments. She says the spa owner offered to try and fixher face, but she declined we reached out to the business forcomment but did not get a >> I’ve seen women with badoutcomes from so many different response.Procedures appeal being one ofthem. >> Doctor Amy Wechsler is aboard certified dermatologist she performs about 50 facialprocedures a week and says she doesn’t use IPL Photo facialsbecause the results don’t last as long as a laser treatment. >> What do you tell women whoare considering these procedures for their face don’tjust we’ve while well article or listen to one friend gatherinformation look at that person do some research. >> Doctor Wexler says beforeyou let anyone touch your face ask questions. >> It’s important to ask haveyou done this procedure, many times how the people whotreated have you ever had any complications if someone saysno that’s where there’s always a potential for complications,a lot of times women are attracted to deals sure theseproducts what do you say about that. I think you shouldn’t gofor a deal for face and I think that if something sounds toogood to be true in terms of it being really inexpensiveprobably is too good to be >> Whitney who used a discountcoupon for treatment ended up true.Spending a $1000 with herdermatologist to fix the striping more than 2 yearslater, she’s still on the mend. >> I often get some take awayshere for shot when he does say that she take some ownershipright that she should have done a little bit more of her ownhome Mark, but it’s very clear there are certain questions youabsolutely have to ask before you get any of these proceduresdone. The key is when you go into the sufficient water thecertifications how long they’ve been doing this is an importantone what happens if I have complications what will you dohow you take care of me very very important on the flipside.They should also be asking you questions before yousit down in that seat, they know anything about you don’tknow anything about it that’s a major red flag, if you’ve gotthe National Dylan Craig and they just say lay down I gotthis. That’s a moment for paws they need to say hey how oftenare you in the Senate what other products are using onyour skin, they need to get to know you before they doanything to your facial skin.Investigative and consumercorrespondent Vicky Wynn is shining a light on a skill caretrend. That apparently is to cloth up until we see you jumpon board with Trent led mass. Always on trend. >> Always you’re always goingto like make interesting cash and it’s lightweight and you’regoing to find out so these are not the typical mask we’ve beentalking about right. These are called light emittingmasks and makers say they can really help make a differencefrom helping you battle acne to a racing the fine lines on yourface which none of you have so that’s good. But how to work wetried a few of them out all of the home where more focusmedia, lighten up their feet >> Led face mask, some of thebrightest stars looking for a with.Little extra below the pandemic boosting thepopularity of this at home skin care treatment, what’s happenedwith sales of these masks. >> Patients are coming in everyday asking about face masks they want to know what morethey can do for their skin, we’re looking at ourselves forbetter or for worse all the time and zoom. >> Dermatologist doctor Mona goHorace says these devices are safe and can work especiallythose with blue and red light. >> Blue light actually cantarget the bacteria and thus give it creates acne andminimize breakouts red light, we know stimulates the long andfancy name is called a photo by modulation which basicallymeans heat energy being delivered to make changes inthe skin in this case, it’s increased College andproduction led face mask like these claim to do everythingfor 3 acne to reduce the signs >> All with just a few minutesof use every day and you know of aging.What they’re no longer just forfamous faces. And now come in a wide variety of differentshapes sizes and of course price point you know we didwe’ve got 3 different masks at 3 different price points to seehow they work you really want to know. They are a brightidea. Super comfortable, very light weight first step. >> The least expensive option.My police 3 color led face mask available on Amazon for 3999,there’s a button. A red light. >> Orange factor that got areal Raver vibe going on here. >> And each much and so thisone you make masks look good.>> Generous do you think themask that’s only around 40 bucks could be effective.I would say minimally could be effective but you know what itmay be better than you doing nothing and I like back again,it’s light weight. >> This one’s got 2 pieces. We require is a little moreassembly, but there’s a hole next thing.>> Next the intermediateoption. The photon mask, but project e beauty. >> And this one has acontroller that plugs in. >> Costing around $200 this onefeatures 7 different led colors and promises results after 4.10minute treatments each week. >> This one is quite heavy outof Phantom of the Opera field gone on here come here. It’s go-time are going tochange it to 10 minutes as they say in a setit and forget it I want the kids to walk and I think thatfreak out senior this thing.So this is got a lot going onwhat you think about something with an extra neck, the SEC. >> The benefit here would bethat you have a little piece you have something out ofsomething extra. This one has. >> Strap that you put aroundyour face finally the most expensive of the bunch, thespecter like face where pro by doctor Dennis gross. So that’sa 4 for $435. I feel like it. We did on July 5th, OK, this istight. This one. It’s both red andblue light and says you can start to see a difference afterjust 2 weeks of the 3 minute daily treatments. >> This is one of my favoritemasks, it’s a quick treatment, it has multiple options for thetreatment.I like that the area where the eyes or is cut out alittle bit more for more kind of protection around the eyes. >> Well you should expect adramatic transformation like this. Doctor Joe Harris saysface it no matter what you spent nothing beats him inoffice treatment. >> Analogy eyes. It like goingto the gym and working out like that you know hard for trainerthat’s going to be better than a couple talk about that allright, but both can make a difference. >> I’m fascinated. Yeah, I wasloving it right every single last fall. So the the toysessentially right. Yeah that’s exactly what this. >> I’m just >> because they’re not hot tothe touch or anything no not at all and their best on cleanskin has instructions saying doctor go Haro saysrealistically want 4 to 6 weeks for this to work for you tonotice results.I know we’re getting first of all youprobably think it’s probably uses right. I know what shesaid that talk to your doctor, you know talk to adermatologist before because sports teams who have acneexactly the blue light can be effective and this thing is forthe neck, so that no part is for your neck right there leanback, you know, I find it easiest to do it just went downforces wearing them because they’re kind of heavy right. >> Designer duds with designertags. And the price is so low. The discount retail stores likeTJ Maxx and Marshall’s selling high end luxury brands at afraction of the price, you’d expect to pay at a departmentstore. But these goods don’t always come directly from thedesigner Erin Sykes is a retail expert specializing in brandand pricing. That’s not actually the same manufacturer. >> It’s not being produced inthe same factories they’re not using the same fabrics orfinishes.>> It’s called a licensingagreement when a designer sells its brand for use by a specificstore the store makes a product and then slaps that brand onthe label you think you’re getting a deep discount on anitem that came from a department store but he wasnever sold anywhere else. >> If you feel misled likeyou’re getting something that could have been in that fancydepartment store and then you find out now it’s a little bitof a bait and switch.That’s where feel shady. >> So how can you tell checkout these dresses there from brands will recognize this isin the Cole Miller, New York we have to Hari right here.This is Rachel’s selling for 2999. That’s a good deal.A fraction of the price you’d expected pay at a normal retailstore but here’s the thing you’ve got a check at the verybottom of the dress on the inside.There’s a care tag andwhen you flip over that care label. Here are the 3 lettersare looking for TJX. >> Here it is again and on thisone too that means these products were made only for TJMaxx Marshall’s stores but it’s not always that obvious. >> If you’re seeing a lot ofcolors for the same item or look at this a range of sizes,this goes extra small all the way to large that could be asign this designer has a licensing deal with the companyand even then he could still be hard to tell another thing youcan do is take a look at the actual quality of the item pickit up touch, it feel it for example is actually lined checkthe stitching the buttons try the supers to they mightnot be the quality you’d expect from that brand another tipjust look it up online. This is fish wa marking a blazer I’m going totype it in right here on my phone and wall-e comes up itwas sold in a department store.>> And don’t let the price tagsconfuse you either just because the original prices slashedthat doesn’t mean it was ever sold at that price. It’s alicensed item. There is really nothing to compare it to itmight not be so transparent in both stores but TJX theirparent company told NBC News it’s on their website. Some ofour merchandise is manufactured for us and some we designadding the majority of products we sell our brand namemerchandise generally offered at 20 to 60% less thanretailers. Full price experts say don’t let any of this stopyou from getting a good deal as long as you know what you’regetting. >> Next more people are gettingtheir groceries delivered so how does some popular optionsstack up and shopping on Amazon what to look for so theproduct, you’re buying is what you expect.Plus is it safe touse venmo we have the answers to those questions and morecoming up on today all day. >> Wal-mart is raising thestakes to deliver all of your shopping needs right to yourdoor with this new service walmart plus but in a face offagainst Amazon prime, what can consumers expect from value tovariety and speed we wanted to see who does it better. >> During the pandemic onlinegrocery delivery such dramatic growth up 500% compared to lastsummer. Consumers now have more choices than ever for how toget their household goods. At walmart plus for 1295 amonth or 90 bucks a year walmart plus offers unlimitedfree delivery sound familiar Amazon prime offers the sameservice for a similar monthly cost we’re a $119 a year.Already the prices aredifferent. >> But it’s not just aboutprice. What about variety quality delivery times to buyhow these services compare I’m going to shop using one grocerylist out walmart plus and Amazon Stu grocery services,fresh and whole foods. >> First time shoppers can trythe services for free walmart plus offers a 15 day trial.If you answer a few questions it goes up to 30 days free likeAmazon prime. >> For grocery list we’resticking to the basics milk, eggs, bread, meat, ice cream,snacks fruit and once the supplies. >> Amazon, fresh and wal-martplus offer a wide variety of brand name products, wholefoods carries its own store brands so we order possibleitems that its milk wal-mart’s got our tortilla chips. Now wepick our delivery times for an additional fee walmart plus andwhole foods could get us the orders sooner, but I select thefirst available free delivery windows for all 3 okay time toplace orders. Now we wait. Thank you so much all 3 arrivewith in their promise Windows so there on time, but whatabout the condition of the items for whole foods pay sowe’ve got looks pretty good not melted.No cracks perfect condition. Our walmart plus order had afew changes. We didn’t order chunky monkeywe ordered a half-baked but they had to substitute walmartsubstituted for out of the 12 items we order including aChuck roast instead of the revived. These hot dogs we only ordereda pack of 6. But this is a pack of 20. That’s a lot that’s we gotexactly everything we ordered from Amazon fresh nosubstitutions or ice cream did come a little bit squishy butthat’s pretty soft.It’s kind of weird packaging thedetergent the same bag as the bread forthe bride got a little bit smushed the moment of truth andthe most important question how much did we pay for each ordereven with the substitution wal-mart came in the lowest at5833 amazonfresh which gave us exactly what we ordered came inslightly higher at 65 14th, the most expensive whole foods,7784, the totals each included a $5 tip walmart plus versusAmazon prime from a delivery standpoint for us, no majorissues but when it comes to variety and price shoppers willsee a difference.>> OK remember to read the fineprint depending on where you live the services may require aminimum order amount to get free delivery. In addition togroceries remember both services will deliver thousandsof other household goods too. And if you’re ever on happywith what you get with the substitutions just askedcustomer service for a refund. >> Or replace my favorite partof that story was your reaction to the ice cream or chocolate. >> Yeah, we allowed them tosubstitute and the substitute about 3rd of what we got we oryeah for the record I like its good shape. From on with thewhat were some of the other differences in the in theservices. >> Well so I think it’s thebrand names. I think that’s what people are looking forright. So if you want that its Amazon, fresh and wal-mart plusof the way if you’re OK with substitutions or store brandsthat whole foods has got just as much already it’s just notgoing to be the things that you normally recognize that thatthe 20 hot dogs instead of the 6 yet they let you do theycharge you for the 6 are for the 20 the only charges for the6 which was great, we don’t charge extra even though we’vegot a bunch more.How dogs for the next 2 months. >> We are taking a closer lookat the products you do buy on Amazon not Mike Lee Nikerecently announced it is no longer selling merchandise onAmazon. In part they want to have more control over Nikeproducts. >> And they want to crack downon counterfeits and move in fact underscores what someconsumers are are asking when you go to Amazon.There’s little question arethey getting what they’re paying for nbc’s investigativeand consumer correspondent Vicky Wynn is here to show uswhat to look out for. >> Before you buy anything onAmazon. Yeah, good morning to you a lot of us turn to Amazonright to buy all our stuff. It’s the world’s number oneonline retailer. But the sprawling marketplace meansquality control can be a tall order this morning we’re takinga closer look at 3rd party sellers. They now account forthe majority of sales on Amazon. So what exactly is a3rd party seller and how can you make sure the productyou’re buying is what you expect.>> From car seats, the cream orkids toys to cosmetics the Amazon marketplace is becominga consumer jungle, where what you see isn’t always thequality you’d expect the concern millions of items soldon Amazon by 3rd parties, those are businesses that usethe platform to sell their products, 3rd party sellers nowmake up nearly 60% of physical merchandise sales double whatit was just 10 years ago. >> Amazon is set up to a veryactive system they make it easy to be a seller the Big easy tolist new product. >> Rachel Johnson Greer workedat Amazon for 8 years as a safety compliance manager sheinvestigated hundreds of customer complaints and handledproduct recalls while there are legitimate urgent Johnson Greersays 3rd party sellers can easily set up shop andsometimes skirt the rules on safety and quality Amazondoesn’t check on that until there’s a problem.>> When it comes to 3rd partysellers. She says the highest risk categories or food anddrinks cosmetics electronics and anything for kids liketoys. >> What are things that couldmake children’s toys. A risk you’re either a physicalcharacteristic like something that could cause a child tochoke. >> Or it will be chemicalcharacteristics like heavy metals lead and cadmium orplastic additives like Thalys we have some toys that webought from Amazon that are shipped and sold by Amazon andalso by a 3rd party. >> Thank you Michelle forbringing those in you don’t know which ones which tell usif you can spot which one is a 3rd party sellers versus theone that was shipped and sold by Amazon. So this looks likeit’s it’s heavier more durable plastic. You can see just howsick these edges are versus the Suns if you run your finger onthe side there’s almost Missy I would assume that this is thenicer product. This magnetic toy ease almost identical to apopular brand but much less expensive watch when sheapplies just a little bit of pressure.>> Well, OK it’s broken. That’s cheap. So tell me whythat’s risky for a child they can swallow the magnets or theycould cut their fingers doing this if you’re looking at aproduct like this and they’re cutting corners just on thisthen what else are they cutting corners on. >> But it’s not just children’sproducts, we found dozens of consumer complaints on Amazonfor food and drinks that were damaged expired and spoiledjust last month, this protein bar review saying it was fullof mold, this one for baby formula damage product brokensafety seal and several people complaining their coffeecreamer arrived soured or expired.We also founddiscontinued products like this tea and sugar. All from 3rdparty sellers, it doesn’t have an expiration date it doesn’thave a manufacture date and it was discontinued in stores,correct. So who knows where they got it from Kelly got itAmazon telling NBC News, it removes products and takeaction against sellers who don’t follow guidelines usingtools that prevent suspicious unsafe or non-compliantproducts from being listed the company adding it blocked morethan 3 billion suspect listings before they were posted lastyear Amazon says if there’s an issue with any product 3rdparty or not contact customer service to get a refund. >> If you’re not sure whoyou’re buying from on Amazon you can set a filter. It’s a 2step process first select the category you’re interested inbaby then type in the specific item for example, a car seat scroll down on the left side ofyour screen until you see seller look for Amazon dot comclick there.And click on the product andyou’ll see it’s shipped from and sold by Amazon dot com. >> But you don’t have to ruleout 3rd party sellers. >> There are great 3rd partysellers on Amazon and that they are companies who care abouttheir customer. They make sure to follow though legalregulations and safety regulations United States. secret after all nbc’s seniorWashington correspondent Hallie Jackson has the details on thisone Allen good morning. >> Hey Craig good morning.It’s the app you might use you know to split a pizza or paythe babysitter it’s easy and it’s everywhere even apparentlythe White House with a new report uncovering what they sayis president Biden’s venmo account that could havenational security implications, but experts say it goes beyondthe president with a warning to all of us. >> Sending or spending moneywith just the swipe of a finger on venmo takes almost no timeat all and that’s apparently about how long it took forbuzzfeed if I’m president Biden’s secret account on theapp.>> It took us less than I think10 minutes of looking to actually locate him. >> Ryan Mack is one of thereporters who discovered the accounts of nearly a dozenBiden family members not just the president and first lady,but as social Web, including children grandchildren, seniorWhite House officials and all of their contacts on venmo thepresidential presence on the payment app a punchline in latenight is like fighting of the pope wears VR goggles. >> I don’t even know they hadbeen more road trip phones. >> But experts don’t find it sofunny since it could present a security and privacy risk tothe president and those around him and highlights the exposurevenmo’s friends feature. >> I could go in and access,your whole friends list because it’s wide open because then theleaves up. >> Open is there a way to makethat not wide open. >> No there’s no way it’s it’spermanently public.>> Although you can hide yourtransactions on venmo you can’t do the same with your friendslist. So why does that matter there are no into other peopleassociate with could raise a red flag for someone who reallyneed security. Theresa Payton was the chief informationofficer in the George W Bush White House and wards. Thisaffects more than just people who work in the West Wing. >> It could be people who aregoing through a divorce people who have been stockingsituations. People who live alone and they’re worried aboutsort of their ongoing physical safety and security.>> In a statement to NBC Newsvenmo says the safety and privacy of all venmo users andtheir information is always a top priority. Adding thereconsistently evolving and strengthening the privacymeasures to continue to provide a safe secure place to send andspend money. Well, you can’t make yourfriend list private you can get rid of your list, altogether ifyou want to buy heading to your account tapping on your listselecting each person and unfriending one by one a fewminutes effort that might pay off. >> In a new statement just thismorning, a White House official tells NBC News the buzzfeedvenmo saga reveals into common situation that the default onTech platforms is an over sharing of private informationthat is difficult to change adding that the Bidenadministration intends to strengthen privacy protections.So it’s easier for people to keep their personal informationto themselves buzzfeed by the way says this account tied tothe president is no longer online. >> Is a place we may not beable to visit for a while come with us as we take youthat in some I read a bit of work.The Vatican, the smallest country in theworld, but with enormous and it’s a majestic states withinus things looking out across the majestic city of road witha history stretching back almost 2000 years. Itcelebrates the glory of goat and its soaring spec talk to toarchitect and it is home to the spiritual leader of 1.2billion. It’s a gruesome pizzas which is a place of pilgrimage. A chance to meet pope Bronx themoments never forgot my simple request, a blessing for myfamily while his Holiness a message for Americans be payfor the polls. The family. Un to Vatican city populationaround a 100 through Santa Ana Gates to meet you get to meetyou. Father Joe was originally from Chicago lived here formore than 20 years. So this is >> Exactly and this is the postoffice of the Vatican has the Main Street. bank down the way is the policestation a person cross the street. Police station this thejail that his jail as a jail that it can and does thenewspaper it’s an amazing place really it’s it’s tiny but atthe same time it’s it’s huge because it’s the smallestcountry in terms of geography and the world’s smallestpopulation and yet is over a billion Catholics all over theworld who are.>> Under its governor look tothis place actually I’m guessing this is the FOXstation just looks to be the 5 and this is the 5 G exact. The title of every stationshould have the station out of the Vatican says a day withoutrisk is a day without living where everyone fleas that’swhere I go. >> Of the many funds itprobably the most famous fire in the Vatican is this the firethat Burns, the ballots and the popeis elected. >> And these all the beautifuland private that secured dogs they cover almost half the cityand they back to medieval times hopes throughout the centurieshave found peace in this tranquil Haven.>> Pope Benedict a popeemeritus live right behind where we are right now popeFrancis of course was on the other side of Saint Peter’sBasilica for the first time in history, this is a chance thatyou’ll run into 2 pope’s inside the Vatican gardens, this iscalled that because he now the little House of Pius the 4thwas a pope. Many cheap hope and the middle of the 1500’s and hewanted to design a place where in the evenings in the summerthey could have so intellectual parties with learned scientistsphilosophers few minutes talk about the is of the day, butalso of classical culture.>> The architecture that we’reseeing here isn’t it extraordinary mix. >> It’s really it’s a mix ofChristian symbols classical tree Commission haygen symbolsand that’s truly so much in the Vatican under the bliss canSaint Peter’s Square, you know it’s a jobless from Egypt thatwas dedicated the song God that there is right in the middle ofSaint Peter’s Square. >> For 500 years, pope saiddiscussed religion, science and philosophy in this quietcorner. >> Monk is the founder ofmodern genetics, or let nature of the Belgian priest who cameup with a big bag. There’s a lot of great scientists who areCatholic priests we’re going to >> Inside the casino, there areclues as to what the president sit down again. >> Pope process, a beautifulpainting of.Pope Francis this this picture of Pope Franciswith it with a crowd of people around him might be of. Amoment early in the papacy when one of the audience is going toput my bill, he’s waving to the crowd knows I miss him go likethis. What is he doing is making this and making a signyeah and then you realize that behind in the crowd, there wassomeone with the flag of the summer ends a soccer team fromArgentina, which is a soccer team and he was actuallygetting the score for the game the night before 0. >> I hope I can be surprisinglynormal around the Vatican young trainee priest at the NorthAmerican college training today for us to come much. >> Pope Francis would approveof of us watching sukkah. >> I think so is a great fan,us on that ends up and we’re enjoying an excellent gametoday. And that’s part of of our life,you know we don’t spend 24 hours 7 days a week in prayer.>> Well the monk about it fromVirginia ordained in the Vatican some 3 years ago. >> Beforehand I was able tomeet with the Holy father. >> Celebrating mass with thepope has a higher calling. >> To the priesthood was notsomething that you kind of felt >> No not at all like groupvisiting non-stick without any don’t know. real religious formation, Idiscovered the Lord as a teenager entered the churchwhen I was 17 years old and then a few years later beginthe journey toward the priesthood if it can happen tome it can certainly haven’t. >> Coming up we continue ourexclusive access to the papal palace, visiting those placesready seen by outsiders we’ve given a private viewing of thespectacular Sistine Chapel and uncover new clues about anancient Vatican mystery. And during the papal palaceprotected by the Swiss start one of the world’s oldestmilitary units we go deep inside the Vatican says with us the keys to one of theworld’s most spectacular rules.Now this is something seldom has the Sistine ChapelC. The commanders Lori usdepictions of biblical scenes that took him 4 years to paintif you listen says and to have this sacred space to myselfit’s almost overwhelming. This is the home of the heartof the Vatican aunt history and Christiane it can budge. The entrance to the conclave the complaint Cardinals lockedaway behind closed doors and in secret select a new pope overthe centuries, more than 260 parts of being elected. I gotsome pants black smoke signaling disagreementsWeitzman declaring to the world that there’s a new pumps. Then there are the placesoutside is ready see how many books on here at the prisonlibrary holds separated to medium items, the Vatican lightfilming is highly restricted librarian deleo prevent theshows me this fascinating 1000 year old manuscript.>> The black writing is the to800 86 the parchment be used witheven more ancient writings hidden bunny, you could backyou can see the writing underneath the right thingthat’s amazing liturgies the Holy written in the verylanguage. Jesus spoke. >> The ancient manuscripts arealso kept in the Vatican. >> Plus Tony Hawk eye onceknown as the secret Vatican on everything from information onthe life. >> What pope’s had for lunchover the centuries to records of the Inquisition and highchurch politics. >> Like this parchment askingthe public to let Henry the 8th divorced his first wife popeexcommunicated him for that is it true that hundreds ofyears ago you could borrow books from the library. But if you were late bringingthem back. You get a note from the park.Yes that’s a lot of pressure.The history is here in booksand in the Vatican’s glorious architecture. For pilgrimsarriving here for the first time the holy city itself canbe or inspired. Even overwhelming. >> The church like SaintPeter’s Basilica takes heaven and brings it down turn whenwe’re here we actually feel like we’re walking among theSaints. >> Father lutz Wein takes me tothe statute, the most famous Saint. Saint Pete. Hoop dreams come from all overthe world to touch the broens foot of his statue. And inside this book son 9pieces of what many believe the bones of this, a special massin 2013 pope Francis displayed them in public for the firsttime ever you. The remains of some pizza can be foundelsewhere you a short distance from the Basilica in a quietRoman Street and you have that connects but Marco politi hassomething to show. >> Nobody in the role knowsthese church because he was always a close. >> Inside this forgotten churchthe the entrance subplot that claims that some pizzas remainshe Peter, you pay any throws yes.You see here it sayssomething really create X misty may this these needs that theyarrive they leaks off Saint Pete there. >> All the don’t Paolo shows usto the old. And the Roman era parte that was discovered byaccident scratched onto the lead the name of severalsaints, including Pete. >> What was inside the home. >> And there are really somepeople in other 2 men whose was >> If this judge hold a secretfor a 1000 years, the bones relics placed his some believeby now the pope to assert his authority during a religiousviews. >> I will be wonderful to seeif the bones that were found in some committee in capella matchthe bones were found in Saint Peter’s Basilica and I wouldn’tbe surprised if they’re the >> Maybe one day the bones inthis humble Park will be scientifically compared tothose found in the Vatican perhaps more precious remainsof one of Christianity’s. Most important figures. It’s the tradition thatbillions believe in the East the celebrations will take youinto the preparations for the Vatican’s holiest time of year.And the Vatican that preparingfor the most important week in the Christian kind of a newcelebration faith and the faith. The first day of Holy week issymbolized with simple palms cut for Palm Sunday. From theVatican got it. They wanted on some Peter’sBasilica. Well as you know in thejournal. >> Well from the Vaticangardens this is special right before Palm Sunday iscelebrated by Pope Francis here at the Vatican and of coursethis takes us right back to when Jesus entered Jerusalem hecame sitting on a donkey but it what do people do they tooktheir cloaks they took palm branches placed before him in aclaim him can and what we’ll start out with the claimingKing will end up with Jesus on >> This really sets us up forEaster for the Holy week it the cross.Does this is the beginning ofHoly week. Meanwhile, the pope preparesfor the East, the celebrations here inside the apostolicpalace, the papal White House week given rare access to thisexclusive Chapel. It’s the pope’s private Chapel. I hope Francis will pray hereis the Easter weekend celebrations comments. One wool among the fasteningmosaics is this image of Jesus washing the feet of theapostles during Holy Week, the pope will do the samewashing the feet of prisons has become an annual tradition onholy Thursday, he’s and they’re inspirationalimages of the East a story around every corner in theVatican depicted its famous What we see here from Roselliwas this beautiful colorful picture of the last supper anda Michelangelo sublime sculpture. >> You see Jesus right off thecross and lying in arms of his mother that’s where popeFrancis will spend some time praying and meditating beforehe comes out and celebrates the Eastern mistress.>> The one line the streets asthey have done for centuries who dreams of writing thethousands who flocked to Saint Peter’s Square like the cancome from Sunday 8. >> Palm Sunday mass begins thespectacular procession of Cardinals and bishops Countyimpose winding through crowds in some pizza square. In countering the Holy fatherfor the first time he’s an unforgettable experience. Well ship will continue for ourstudents in song. >> There’s an 8 through thecenturies repeat the crossroads it 300 churches to celebrateHoly Week in Rome. I don’t know if it gets betteras Catholics. This is home.>> The spirit of Easter alivetoday in this ancient Howie 6 generations of strive to riseabove all of the concern. This place can offer is old hatfor your religion, a glimpse of something you’ll be in ourlives. Now moving in is a place we may not be ableto visit for a while come with us as we take youthat instant I read a book. so you know the true shiningcity on a hill only to one gold 3 religions and many more namesin Arabic out coats in Hebrew. >> A Russian ally for Christmasis a place of pilgrimage for me. The Bible says Jesushimself will 2000 years. To visit Jerusalem is to travelback in time into history and yet in this holy city, thoughfacts and faith friends, and let me know thatthey be granted this is from the order of some Francis herein Jerusalem. He says that the House where Jesus is thought tohave held the last supper. >> Take this and divided amongyourselves when the Romans came. >> The Strait of Temple in thisraid, this place also but the rebuilt and on the same place.>> The evidence he says was inthe very walls and this is a city every stone has the story. >> The size of rock could havecome from the temple of Jerusalem this became the mostimportant place for Italy for for the first Christians. >> And while you can never beconfident anything here is what it is said to be these putinvery steps, Jesus would have taken on his way to get 7 onthe eve of his crucifixion normally only the pope is outfirst thing that strikes me when I’m here is how peacefulit is the torture that Jesus wasgoing to win. He was said to be you with us. >> And the crown of thorns andnails you knew everything that the state here.>> And this is where Ed Judaskiss the betrayed. According to the virus. The judges son, Peter booth,somebody on the ruins of the Palace of the high priest whereJesus was interrogated this is where they say Jesuswas spent his last night. The night before hiscrucifixion and it does so the Jerusalem for yourself isto truly comprehend how all these biblical events happenedin an exceptionally small Larry father, David takes me to theOld City where Jesus was simply put punches college. >> They receive the mosques,the time Jesus was the temple of Jerusalem in the place wherewe stand with the Roman fortress.I’m tawnya that’s wasthe place where I live. This is the first of thestations of the cross of the first issue. >> So now we are quiteliterally walking in the footsteps of Jesus followingthe 14 stations of the cross. So we reached the 4th stationthis is a place where Jesus met his mother. This is the 5th station.Yeah, this much time staring out just various props and part-time footsteps of herebecause we ran during the Basilica built us a poker thisis the church which believe say contains the Final. >> 4 stations in. >> Underneath the ulta we cantouch director of go to the place where the cross of Jesuswas a. >> The picture by some scholarsto house the remains of Jesus is right for Crist is theholiest shrine of all.The very place he said Christ’s body wasbrought off to the crucifixion to come after the first time tomatch and this is where Jesus was resurrected or inspiring. >> Next we travel across thedesert as did those 3 wise men. The place where Jesus was born. >> A journey in the footstepsof Jesus takes us to the negative test from where theBible says 3 Kings came wise men following us Tom.>> Good to see you too manymany late, I go stargazing like I want to start of his life andthought what a great place to see the Stars. >> They came on camels or coatsthe Bible from the East bearing gifts, traveling through thedesert, yes that would have been the best place for them tofollow a stop of course. They were the astronomers ofthat day. >> Expect an astronomy to workusing the science of astrology get them out. >> I go stories here there arequestion marks. >> The smoke is just are justup his become conclude that was an athlete but through a deaththat’s just my phone. >> According to the Bible hesays where the star died at the 3 Kings took Bethany. And offthe 2000 views mainstream has changed that much. This may be where the 3 wise men arrived inBethlehem. >> Yes, actually this is one ofthe oldest cities at the time from when if the wise men cameto Brooklyn is now coup stops to start straight.Stab thisside, the side of the >> you can still buy some ofthose gifts that the 3 Kings brought with them and they sayall kinds of spices frankincense and myrrh yeah, Icould to vote. Yes write Franken says. >> Look at them so expensive isa gift from Kate, yes for a new baby. You don’t have an ego. >> Is the very spot and it’sthe 3 teams came. We want the Church of theNativity built some 1700 years like Bob, what he’s going to beboth Jesus was born. And to through this tiny door. >> From such humble beginnings, thisincredible judge and incredible >> These FBI is beset byconflict located in the West Bank flanked by a wall Israelbuilt to section off the Palestinians who live here andprevent terror attacks but in the heart of this holy city,the Christmas tree is a simple the different message. And hungaround their own. >> This Christian Palestinianfamily laws celebrate Christmas. If you have Christmas, yes, whydo you like.>> We saw in me together and wehave fun and play games. >> The Christmas message. The strong as ever. >> The within China who’s goingto use this for this will put the issue tobecome. >> Is the enduring promise ofthis whole thing that we’re competing stories groupconflict for thousands of The flame of hope. Heats. >> Today all day all day todayall day all day. >> It’s right there that place.The look sorry to disturb your day, everyone’s mad at you willmake this past. >> When I see why we think Iwonder what his quote would be given 6 minutes we’ll ask thequestion is can out. Baby said it’s called parent and what wasthe first bus you remember Levy. 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It’s not all that said welcometo today all day. >> Hey everybody thanks forjoining us here at today all day and that’s a really greatfolks in and have the chance to explore some amazing places andI wanted to share some of the special moments with you again.I hope you enjoy these next interviews as much as I have we’ve reported quite a bit onthe rise of anti Asian violence around the country, it’s left alot of folks wondering how they can help on the answer could beas simple as ordering a meal I spoke with 2 chefs werefighting back against a a P I hate by doing what they dobest.>> Food is typically, somebodysfirst introduction into somebody else’s culture. >> For the past several yearschefs to mom and Kevin teen have been bringing people tothe table literally. >> It’s not just going andgetting complaints orbit me it’s OK now that you’re takinghave been extended conversation to learn about someone else.But they’re start was decidedly less glamorous wait wait, wait,you bought or restaurant off craigslist yeah literally wasthat an experience that I mean >> But a couple of things thatcraigslist but never never I. restaurant. Now comes a highprofile chef and Washington DC giving his take on Chinesetakeout at lucky danger while Kevin focuses on contemporaryVietnamese cuisine at Moon rabbit.But as violence against theAsian community increase nationally to been given knewthey needed to use their culinary skills to combat it. >> What did you come up with westarted with one dare here Washington D C with 5 AsianAmerican chefs raising money with this one to go dinnerbecause of the pandemic and then overnight tonight decidedlet’s see how that we can get and so we call their friendsand test our friends over time that we’re at 45 chest mindedit’s the next step. >> The duo laying out aschedule and launching a website overnight and chefsstopping a P I hate put board what was it like when yourealize this being sold out as quickly as it did not. >> It tells us that people apaying attention to the issues.People want to help they wantto make change. >> So far they’ve raised atleast $122,000 donating to organizations fighting racismand violence you have this event was be a one-time thinwhat you realize you need to keep it going how come. >> For us, it’s all aboutcontinuing to spre awareness and find a place for as long asit sounds we can. >> For Kevin and Tim it’sdeeply personal I immediately thought about what parents inthose the fuzzy videos of security footage, I can tellthe difference between that person and my parents. 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It’s coming in. >> I think I’m most proud ofMary Poppins a lot of people didn’t knowthat you would play the tools of course still got your birthin the old guy banker at the end and last time I saw youwith the rumors about Mary Poppins it always a but if youwere going to be in it and in fact I was if you or I well, the good newsis that I have to wear makeup to play the who without makeup. >> When you are getting yourKennedy Center award at the actual ceremony. What do you think that’s goingto feel like it’s like getting knighted it is vital that deserve.It’s the very top of everything usually they have friends andcompatriots come up. I have no and what they’re allbad. So I’m going to be some. What more can I say are on a mission to educate andinspire change. >> I just want people to knowthat transgender and non-binary people where people beforeanything else. Even though our identities are a big part ofwho we are all to who you are. This is Rebecca Hunter. >> Gia and Ashton for teens forathletes dancers, writers and advocates who also identify astransgender and non-binary. >> Rebecca what it feels likedoing that. There was this field thing thatit was a different assignment as to how you like it. >> I wasn’t this like stereotypical boy, I loved all things pink and yeah, that’s justreally felt like me into a common language and I have thatAHA moment every flight that just got me and when you toldyour folks what was what was the reaction they help mechange my name and my phone on so that I could go out into theworld as myself for the first time and that brought a hugeburst of joy it felt amazing.>> There are also members ofthe gender cool project a movement founded in 2019 that’son a mission to replace misinformed opinions withpositive experiences of transgender and non-binaryyoung people Jennifer gross handler and Garrett Goldsteinor the co-founder. >> John and I my husband, weare the parents of 4 kids and our youngest or daughterchassis she is proud to be transgender and she’s thrivingand so the experience that John and I have had raising ourdaughter has been so positive is that we wanted to help folksunderstand. >> Who aren’t kids are in areally human and relay double way. >> EU leaders are actually theyoung people that are in the organization themselves.>> Yes, gender cool is led by17 from easing that first young people we comma changing handsand they are really our future seen owners, educators,scientists, their future elected officials the list goeson. >> As for GM, Hunter Rebeccaand Ashton you can now add children’s book authors to thatlist they’ve teamed up with a popular book series, a kidsbook about writing about being transgender being non-binaryand being inclusive what’s it like having your story outthere. >> It was very important for meto use my experience has not only a transgender young personbowl size and after Latino young person because I knowthat I represent a large group of individuals who don’t have avoice or who don’t have a seat at the table.>> By sharing their own realexperiences, the 4 teams hope the books educate kids andgrown-ups alike. >> It’s just really importantto be able to educate kids to the allies or to even tell thekid who is feeling different, you know that will be okaythese books I think are really good starting point to haveparents read that something okay like it is still my kids tohave a kid and know that they have a parent that except meanso much and just make them feel >> At a time when the countryseeing a wave of anti-trans safe.Legislation the gender coolproject hopes their message of acceptance and understandingwill shine through when people just get a chance to meet thechampion. >> We see opinions changeopinions of all for the better and and we think that that’s areally simple but incredibly important thing that happens. >> What do you want people toknow about you. >> I just want people to knowthat there’s so much more to us than being transgender I’mtrying to pursue acting and modeling. >> And all this stuff justmakes me me I love playing lacrosse spending time with myfamily and friends and you know, I hope everyone grows andlearns to be inclusive in their everyday life, we are human. >> And we’re exactly likeeveryone else. >> So you can make this legendright here our work are a part of your family well. >> Not exactly. 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That’s that’syeah that’s they have to poke it out. Glasses, we can makethat OK well so hopefully we’ll be checking out Al Roker of thekidney line but we have a question for you about thecheckout line at a grocery store, I know it’s rare for youto be in the grocery store. I’m actually at the grocerystore all the time that’s all I should probably. Yeah, anyevent I saw him in the grocery store. This person in front ofus, you know you’re at the checkout they say oh I justforgot some could just hold my place like they run off and getthat is this true confessions.>> Well I’ve done I’m thatperson. I’m the one who runs and I’m running it something Ibelieve that I can get back in time before they’re finishedwith my groceries and as long as you’re back I think it’scompletely OK. >> Well I I do too. Yes, I havedone that yet. But a listener of a 98.3 Tr why radio that’sright. The big D wanted to find out if it was rude. Stationsresponse is in in the big picture waiting 2 or 3 moreminutes doesn’t really make a big deal. >> Chris agrees it you know inour you know, somebody just saying I think both of you.>> That rain feel. She says hehates us. >> I don’t see why am I why amI bothering you Greaney like what was I’m good I’ll be rightback. I mean I know where the milk is I know where the eggsare 5 forgot them. Yeah, >> Because I that’s why I don’tmind when somebody does it you know.Because I’ve done it. Yeah aslong as you come back yet. Thank you is yet he. Alright,I’m yelling at us yelling at us. All this anger. So you maybe going to the grocery store, but by yourself but how do youfeel about other activities like the restaurant or go to amovie theater by yourself can you do that you know, yes, I doit all the time out by yourself, yeah. >> We just had a body upyesterday, you can’t go anywhere without a selfie so ifyou’re by yourself, there’s nobody to say oh OK, I’ll dookc looks like inviting people into. So if you’re at a recordhigh of just go to read just a little rest early you knowwe’ve been on shoots things like that yeah, there’s anarticle for psychology today noting that people can bereluctant to because we worry about how people may actuallyview I believe that you I am the older I get the morecomfortable I am with myself, although it’s harder probablyfor you today is the kids are still for the kids are smallall I will admit I usually need a phone or something like justsomething to look down something to play with theother day I didn’t take my phones and I was out here whatI was doing, but it’s a little uncomfortable still just alittle yeah, but I don’t have anything to do.You know, Imean you which is the beauty of >> I research suggest peopleenjoy the experience equally whether alone or with a friendso yeah, but it’s a different experience. Yeah, you get to Iwant to continue to develop that. Whatever that is you knowwhat what you might do is get in front of at Greenfield at aat a checkout line and then run away go to a restaurant andthen could there you’re welcome grainy you go huh. >> It’s an unprecedentedtelevision Trump that’s taking over the city of Chicagohighlighting the everyday heroes from some of the noblestprofessions. Firefighters police officersand now medical professionals. Today I get to win all 3 hacks. >> We have a new drama. Thingswere in full swing on the set of the newest series Chicagomed where I met up with some paper Murchison and OliverPlatt.>> To the grand stars, I’mfeeling pretty good. He looked really good. After a quickcheckup from doctor hosted played by Nick bill passed.They taught me some medical >> Newman alter microscopicsilica local can open you know, lingo. wow bang. >> Cfb plan, one multi carcrash. I like that we need to use that on the today show bigstories coming in moving on. >> Just a few stages over isthe set of Chicago PD where Sophia Bush who plays detectiveAaron Ramsey showed me around wow this is it’s amazing howmuch this looks like what you would expect it to look like.>> Most of our actions areactual police off really coming to work with us on a day offour interrogation down this >> Before you knew it, I was inthe hot seat you can be good way. cop bad cop. >> At the same time. Yeah, welike a lean and mean and is always going to say oh noyou’re you’re cooked, you know, and we can spend all your factswill put all the papers out make you realize thateverything is over it’s done we just let you can’t miss. >> We also talked about thecurrent controversy surrounding the real Chicago P D. >> It must be a littledifficult. You know with everything that’sbeen going on.>> Meanwhile with the policenationwide real yeah, I know that I’m glad that tapes arebeing released. I know that I’m glad that police officers whoare acting unjustly are being arrested. And I also want tomake sure that we’re not demonizing everybody out therewho signed up to dedicate their life to to helping you and me sleepbetter at night. >> Then we hit the streets onlocation with a show that started the franchise Chicagofire. Here though the linchpin of this trilogy I mean it gotto be pretty gratifying if your show us more of these other 2shot he’s opposed to we have.>> Of all 3 cast and I don’tknow how these to maybe 40 for over 40 people and that’s whenyou say wow what kind of monster. As will created. >> I got to watch. LieutenantKelly several right played by Taylor Kinney in action and Idid little prying why was that of course the man famouslyengaged to gaga it is a good place at 11. Maybe right outsoldier field. >> Before I left the guys letme in on their favorite Chicago past time the game known as. >> Water bottle ball heading upthe water bottle center that everyone gets around. >> And you put your feet andthen you kick it. If we go through your legs, you lose it,we got there, it is. >> Water bottle of all. Waterbut also for you. >> High today all day we’ve gota great show for you on this Tuesday morning, including anall-day exclusive chat you can only see here, let’s getstarted with talking Tokyo, Savannah cranking out join uslive from Tokyo with the biggest fights from the gamesand take some of Tokyo takeout check it out.>> Next up female skateboarder, right, he said Leo you may remember from this 2015viral video where a very young Leo wearing fairy wings andaddress Lanza he’ll flip after couple failed attempts. Wellnow the 13 year-old athlete. Just landed herself. A silvermedal at the games first ever women’s Street skateboardingevent representing Brazil, Brazil. She took the podium.Next a Japan and not to your phone up after earning a totalof 14.6 4 point on the course the official Olympics twitteraccount sharing this image showing how the young Olympianstarted out skateboarding career and now how she looksrocking. >> That’s so yeah, well guysnow we’re going to dive into a little taste of Tokyo. We’resurrounded by such amazing cuisine we wanted to get someof the popular takeout dishes that right we’re not a lot weshould bring a chef King segment. But we can ordertakeout so the first up is this is Yankees so, but upon itsnoodles and Todd been carbs on carbs on the go yes pleaseallow one all right, I’ll take one to court to try it MisterRoker you came into Ventura in which an okay is it supposed tobe cold.Yeah, there’s been Gillette says. the others on that jurors notnot Nacho not. I’m not not to not to not soft. These arefermented soybean Savannah. >> This is a Japanese statelooking to be great for breakfast on the go back saidto show you top it was so late and you start with yourchopsticks enjoyed stick info >> It’s an acquired taste whenthe chops to disrupt taking meet. your. After the cotton candyincident last weekend all right, sticking his first put alittle little the story here that you mix it up OK in timehow was that across Tripoli beans in a kindof rice Krispies okay, and then we have the aware almost thattime only get a rice filled with fish or meat to those Ricelook at these are smiling face right spots. I took a look atthis look to you like that look at this guy. >> It turned to a superhumanthat just added to team USA Olympic medal count. >> It could use a Paris tookhome the bronze in the women’s triathlon just 3rd Americanever man or woman to medal in that event and windy here abouther road to the podium, the inspiration that drove her.>> And the sign she saw alongthe way to Olympic glory this morning, Katie welcome andcongratulations to you. Thank you so much for having me, Imean it just took place right now here is that thinking,yeah, I mean you’ve got that bronze medal around you wasvery surreal but I’m very >> Candy let’s let’s talk aboutthe story that manages mention because I understand in 2015.>> You use your struggle andthen a little bit better the next year little bit better theyear after that and then this year first Olympic goal, butthere was this terrible crash along the way. I was tell usabout that. >> So in 2019 I had my bestseason ever and won multiple of our top faces and here at thetest event which was our first way to automatically qualifycrashed into a barrier and broke my nose had 23 stitchesin my mouth and didn’t qualify for the Olympic team.So it waspretty upsetting but 10 a half weeks later, I won the grandfinal on my first world champ 2 and a half weeks later, yeah togo back to back. Yeah, so I mean I was probably I think Iwas on the bike the day after because I figure he you’regoing to lose your confidence if you just get scared, so Igot back on the bike to get my confidence back it’s impossibleto do justice to your story Katie in the few minutes we hadtogether but you. >> Suffice it to say you nevergave up, but you also had a setback you lost your father,just a few months before you do for the Olympics this morningyou woke up we have some weather here in Tokyo and yousaw something that you felt like that’s a real fine can youtell me about that.>> Yes, so it actually wasn’twhen I got there it was raining important when I took up butpart way through the bike, I was looking over and we wevenue was right behind us and so the Rainbow bridge is therewith a big rainbow across the sky and I saw it as a said likehi dad because I did I mention that he’s going to be myspectator for for this Olympics, an.I took that as asign that he was there and so I mean my dad was such a big partof my journey for Chalfen and just to see that like it doesgive me a little more this of strength and energy and I meanI have that from so many people, but it just a littlebit of him today. >> Your dad was with you in thesky and then at the finish line there was your. Yeah for Tigerfor and we’re asking you in the commercial break. The snapped apicture of you across the board or did he blow the kiss andwhat you said. >> Well, I love the case and hecut the cast, but missed the kick to his more point yeah,and you still have another >> I do we have the mixed teamrelay this weekend and that’s the first time it will be anOlympic event so 2 women and 2 men and we each do like alittle a little Chalfen and we tied off and it’s superexciting.>> Why you are. You are a forceto reckon with from the get go this morning. Thank you so muchfor being here. Katie I’m so glad you’re limping trains camesure you made us proud. Thank you so much for having meexcited haha certainly smiling. Yeah, I think so too yeah,Katie’s that Perez thank you. >> Coming up on today talksteam, USA Olympic pursuit and shooting and then seeing youwant to miss this. Team USA mixed team air rifleshooting which made its Olympic debut check it out. >> And we are back with 2members of Team USA who just set their sights. >> On Olympic history, mixedteam air rifle shooting made its Olympic debut Tuesday andAmericans Mary talker and Lucas Kaczynski just brought home,the silver medals, and they’re with us this morning. MaryLucas congratulations. Thank you this exciting. Yeah. Yeah we’re excited to take meback to the moment, you’re standing on the podium.It’s itwas a close as I understand it a close match, you guys lost1713 to China. You bring on this over there putting thatmedal or you’re putting that medal around your neck, what’sgoing through your mind. >> The first thing was thatit’s heavy haha there is like you know physically like yeah,this thing’s a good chunk of metal the other one is like 5,5, years of work. Yeah, gun. >> Yeah, very I find this hardto believe, but is it true that you started doing this bylooking at youtube videos. >> I did. Yeah that is todidn’t have a whole lot of coaching down there in Florida.So I kind of just started you tubing googling doing whateverI could watching other people and copying them. >> How did you guys become abecome a pair become a teen. >> So our Olympic selectionprocedure, the first know first place first place repairableone team second by second place as part of another and so we both won Olympic trials backin February of 2020 so year and a half ago and we we knew and we had that much time toprepare so.>> And they’re understand apart of your training cable is a little unorthodox you’reyou’ve got a bit of a sweet who and what are some of your face. >> Right now I always carrygummy bears around which Lucas actually happened to me rightbefore this interview so >> Life is nothing but a fighteverything you need to be fighting the good fight thatfight in the housing projects in that fight he that thesethey call that a good fight to. >> Peter Westbrook representedthe United States in fencing at 5 Olympic Games and won bronzein 1984 born to a Japanese mother and black father he grewup in the housing projects of Newark, New Jersey experiencingdiscrimination from a young >> I coined him my mother courtheld my sis the coin have.Age. >> I had to turn into afighting machine nearly to keep people off me someone had totranslate transference NC it was a natural transitionbecause >> and the fight for a livingnow I have to fight for fun, everybody grew up with himhousing, thousands of teens. 95 1% the making. >> In 1991, he started to PeterWestbrook Foundation using fencing to enrich the lives.Inner city youth in the the foundation cost 150 kidsincluding a select few were competing here in town. >> Dow skills and gettingsharper and sharper healers like a father figure andmentor, another competitor. >> And we stand out who willshow what you got one is going to lie down. >> Its spirit and his energysomething that really holds us all together. >> Ojeda said why you think I’mgoing to the games. >> When we all celebrate themove we’ll try to get my psyche more common.>> I feel like a proud fatheroh my God and then I’m sending black kids and this is amillion. >> White sport, what the kidsnot. >> You have to see thebrilliance of young black this you got to see young life firstwanted to make it shine. >> A lot of in a black peoplefence. That I’m pretty cool isn’t it like now. I defensenot our by and more people biking or fencing and it’sgrowing >> more than any metalWestbrook is proud of the people who come out of theprogram calling them Olympia get in line and since you lose what youwant so I’m losing you learned how to get up and fight in tryharder. >> Things got to be that hehelped me with everything even having to find a job and you’restill having to get my says and >> I see myself and many of thekids single parents home, she is. not a lot of opportunities andthey live at this point save my life transformed my lifeeverything no matter what.>> Coming up on the hood andJenna the hottest topics from Tokyo right after this. all the major news you may inthis check it out we’re back on this Tuesday, I’mhere in New York where she now Jones is live in Tokyo. She’sbeen watching all the gymnastics action and thesomone Biles news is that unfolded today to what was itlike in the building. >> It was so weird you guyshave to tell you you know you walked in it’s not that busy,but you still got this juice this feeling of somethingmagical is happening and when team USA walked out we’rescreaming to them, everyone was pumped up.And then it just started offwith the very first event which is the vault and Simone ran andlike didn’t have a great fall and I was like what I was likeoh what happened and some people who are watching said Islowed it down real slow look look like she met of twistedher ankle they’re not sure and before you knew it was kind ofwhisked away by a trainer, so we all thought somethingphysical it happened so we’re waiting and waiting and waitingand all of a sudden she comes back. They were about to go onthe bars and you know those those cut things that they wearwhen they spent on the bar, she took hers off and just likeput them away and was having words with your teammates andlater came to find out that she was actually telling them thatshe was going to not be competing.In this all aroundcompetition, which of course this team competition is reallywhat they’ve been waiting for it was really devastating, youfelt it in here people on their phones. People are checking but what shocked me you guys is howshe turned the beat around I didn’t expect it, I thought shemight go take her sweat pants and go sit in a corner becauseit’s a big deal for her, you know she did. She stood there and she waslike Jordan and you could hear her because there’s no peacehere it was while like you could hear her yelling for herteammates she was getting the chalk blocking put your hands,the chalk before you do that she was carrying it and runningwith it to give it to them she was like cheering them oncoaching them, I tried to get a word with their case I was likeright here on this edge, so I could see her so I waslike 7 like a crazy stalker I love you you know how I do likehaha anyway.I want you to see crazy an action taken. >> I was so so. And we cookCook Cook. I think that we all know your relationship withthese girls and we watched over the years. I think her spiritneeded that I think she received that you know, I meanyou talked about the fact that look these girls are away fromtheir families families aren’t there for the competition’s thedifferent kind of year. >> But let me tell you I knowthat some own and all the girls and Sunni and Grayson all andall and George they all look up in the stands for the parentthat yeah they’ve been there all the way since their kidsthey’ve been in the stands except for right now. And youknow, I mean the question is for Simone, what was it likewhat made her pull out of this competition and it was clearthere was a time so you know we all thought it was physical.But I had a chance to speak with some own and Sunni andgrace and Jordan after the competition was over and theywon the silver which was amazing like they want to thinkabout that for a second they won the silver melt metalwithout their number one player they all stepped up one by oneit was like they they they have the eye of the Tiger, you knowwhen you have to do something and you’re like oh yeah, thereis no other option.They got there and they nail theroutines it was it was really moving. And afterwards when Iwas waiting in the mix and I was kind of curious like arethey going to be how are they going to feel you know I didn’tknow they can feel weird is. They walked in they were happy.They Simone was cheering on her teammates are teammates wereput there or proud of themselves for what they havedone so here is what it felt like and sounded like in themix zone. After the competition had wrapped up. You just have to say I was kindof like shocked. But in the audience I was watching you onthat first of all. I wasn’t sure if you’re wincingas you are in pain when I think is something happened to her. >> First just tell me you’re OKyes, I’m okay just super frustrated, how the nightplayed out but super proud of these girls that stepped up anddid what they needed to do in our Olympic silver medalist, soit’s something that will change >> In Chinese stars used fdotwield America still loves the forever.I assure you of something I’mMary Moloney more area loves you more today after whathappened because double to watch you guys step up, butjust to people in the Samoan just for a minute because everyyou know people go to the one that you know they go to thecrazy yeah, like oh my God something’s terribly wrong waybut where would you be willing to put yourself on a scale ofone to 10 in terms of how you’re feeling physically andemotionally an. >> Physically I feel good, Imean shape emotionally that kind of areas on the time inthe moment, you know coming here to the Olympics and beingthe head start of the Olympics is not an easy feat.So we’rejust trying to take it one day at a time and we’ll see. >> Were you feel as I hope youfeel us because thing today we said that you that you were ifyou prove that you’re a winner today maybe more than any otherday I talk to everybody I share my dance with your. I watch it.Thank you Jordan. You are on that beam, you’re like excuseme. >> Like I mean did you supporteven surprise yourself. >> A sleepy day consideringwhat had happened 2 days ago that I honestly at that momentin time I knew I had my foot. >> My fiancee Hershey’s andshow the world that no matter what happens that we can alltake the place of somebody who is also great and you know I was. >> It was my like I was just ahappy that I see that was on >> If you had the meat of yourlife.Yeah, we watched you compete, I thought your dad’spresence, even though he wasn’t in the room, I know you backprobably all felt that pressure like now we have to notperforming up to over perform has a feeling like that. >> It was very most know, yeah,there’s time where I was like breaking bad, you know, but Iput myself to get in and you adding what I needed to do andI’m just really proud of all 3 of us because we really didstep up to the plate when we needed to and I probablywouldn’t have it any other way it’s really hard losing ateammate, especially someone so amazing so field for us. >> And you know that they hada. Here you just come in with >> Yeah, I mean I just knewthat we need to have a really confidence.Good day we all did I thinkthey really stepped up in. >> Some people are made andwe’ve got to the end and lastly when I think thank you notesome of what did you tell everybody your teammatesbecause I know they were shocked when yes happened therehaha you guys need to relax you’re going to be fine withoutme got there you take some but just like you’ve done intraining and just lay down on the floor and see what happenshe kind of became a coach.I like that a little bit more.And we will see on Thursday or how you feeling, we’re going totake it day by day and we’re just going to see okay, good.I love you, I love you, I love you, I love you we’re so proud.Guys thank you will see a by guy so you. >> I have to tell you. He onthe Plaza said is hold okay haha guy that said andhousehold.When I was like I think she’s okay but what Ihave to say is you’re right America, still loves them andsometimes stepping away is the most courageous thing we cando. >> Yeah that took real guts andI know that she knew the eyes of the world are watching andshe’s felt that pressure which he’s described him over andover again, and we don’t know what that feels like I meanthink about what this kid’s been through I think about allthe time when I look at her, she know her she had adifficult beginning with her upbringing she then she shebecame such an intense athlete and then Larry nassar thathorrible doctor and all those terrible things that happenedyet she worked through it.So for me to look at someonewho’s back is always directed straight to have that personsay this is too much is such a big deal. You knew it wouldhave crushed any of us and yeah, but you know look at somemaybe I’ll be there Thursday, I’m not sure so we’ll see youknow I hope this isn’t the last moment we see of Simone Bilesbut if it happens to be I hope >> If it happens to be it wasbeautiful just like that wasn’t it isn’t. there. They had to talk toafter coming out I’m sure there are a little nervous to youwith the perfect yes and I think it was reassuring forthem to let them yeah, okay for sure thank you so much that welove using her. >> Go to sleep Nellie Bileseverybody’s OK I just want to tell Nelly that she’s OK girlsOK Mama Biles thank you. >> Today talks continues afterthe break we have an exclusive chat you can only see here ontoday all day.See here on today all day whata day I think. >> It’s been a crazy day it isyou know the best I guess how life works it starts at one wayand it appears the next. The news that everybody’stalking about you know today, you know Simone Biles but Ihave to tell you in a way that only hoda kotb I know manage itand handle it. It started out not sad, but everybody was kindof feeling defeated and somehow she’s given that this trial forwe realize that it takes such grace to be able to press thepause button and say guys I’m not okay right now, yes,essentially what so far what we’re learning, I mean in andout said it best on our show she said you know this is notthe last we want to see of some only hope she competes again,but if she doesn’t if she doesn’t she’s made so extremelyproud because it’s really true.It’s like imagine, theconversations she started from what could have been what whatsome people think it’s not her best day on the mats could bemaybe the best day in so many different ways because it’ssomething that the story but think about all the kids so youno matter what you know whether you’re an athlete or not butthink about all the little gymnast who are thinking oh Iguess it’s OK to take care of myself, hey to say I’m notokay, yeah, you know what another part of the story arethe other girls who stepped up to meet the average personrallied around her and love and said you know what we’re goingto do this we’re going to have for you and ourselves and andthen they crunch that they got so much you know what at firstpeople weren’t so sure that the off and and also also the factof how she did it and she said to everybody and we don’t knoweverything but we we assume she said I’m not OK.She said toyou that it wasn’t physical and emotional and I’m not going tocontinue on. But it wasn’t like she threw something in havingshe stayed to cheer so in some ways she was always the glue ofthis team she has been forever and she continued to be likewhat type of grace does that take it’s pretty incredible.I think it’s what you said the take away from this one is thatit doesn’t matter whether you’re an athlete, it’s justyou could be like us just folks walking down the street, but totake things like that challenging moments and try towrap and grace, yeah, and people can learn from it do Ithink as has passed all right, Stu and say we’ve seen all ofthe studies particularly I think over the last year abouthow this generation of kids our generation of kids in the oneright above it, feels like they’re in a pressure cooker heand it’s like I’m not sure what happened and how it got thisway because when we were little I would do a cartwheel likeI’ve done on the show before what most people would not calla cart wheel and I would get a sticker and they called us thefinger generation you in May because of him too much praisefor not enough to write but the truth is there something has togive us something to be said for that and for me also justlost my train of thought haha you know what we do that today.Her say she was going so I was talking about kits still goingthere.I was talking about kids and how this generation feel somuch pressure and what we do as a society to make some of thatoff. I got it I think that we have to be a little bit moremindful about how we treat each other where because you see heryou think everything’s fine. Yeah, she puts on her game.Yes, if you will I think that we have to give our friends andour family and our kids a little bit of grace in thatsometimes people are OK ads in space to not be OK and I thinkthat’s I don’t know I just think with even for us in themedia like the question.Yeah, I just think we’re allgonna have to rethink this thing with how we do it and Itotally agree people up and many easily, yes, throw them,that’s my thought but you know what and and it’s so true and Ithink you know we can look at social media you can look athow strong she is and think that that has a great heartthat debt know not everything is perfect and yes, you man andshe’s an incredible example. I think to all of us what ateachable moment like I said what a day what started thisday thinking oh everything is just you know they should we doit again tomorrow, what do you >> I’m ready yeah well not yet,but we will be here. think. >> And that thank you so muchfor watching this at the Senate today talks keep watching formore I love days today all day just as on all day, we’ll talkto. Thank you for watching. >> 24 years old. Well, I just notice the thetime is that a knowing this was all as 5 years old give us astory on the Olympic rings if you don’t mind so.>> First team was in 2016 when19 year-old a buck or made the team and that was really thetalk of camp. So once you make it seem to get shipped off tocamp. That’s why we talked about as we get here in time todo so side on the forearm says I gotback from Rio went to the tattoo shop which actually thesame guys same artist who did my over here, yeah and then Iwant them on their own and I want to mess up with the flag,so I got everything incorporated that I wanted. >> So when you when when youwin half dozen or so goals this summer were those tests go. >> Again does the done for abit. Yeah. >> So let’s talk about swimmingjust in general how to get dressed get in this one. >> I asked myself that questiona lot actually you know some days more than others when I’mnot doing to get in the pool here asked myself a lot.I think sport shows me that a lot of sports growing up.Basketball. On the weekends. So the weekendwarrior with a lot of things soccer football. I want to be areceiver in the NFL actually that was my that was my firstdream as a kid yeah, it was pretty quick on land and goodhand-eye coordination I could walk away from thesport around age 12, I was doing enough a ball andswimming. Can subway miss more excitingsport shows me. I love the challenges of throws my way Ilove you know learning a lot about myself water teaches me alot about myself little more than. I would like sometimesbut sports shows me what to teach about it. A lot of alleys with the sport,lot of mountain tops. You know, I can tell you some placeswhere you’re really uncomfortable. I’ll take you tosome strength points mentally. And you’ve got to find outquickly who you are what you’re really made of and move on fromit and I’m really appreciative of those moments and that’s whyI’m still doing this morning, I think still enjoying it isthe challenge is that it brings maybe a better person a betterswimmer better athlete.Everything incorporate intobeing a person me and the water I think is has contributed alot to. >> You said in the past thatsomething is is just just getting from Point A to Point Bthat would seem to be a bit over simplified know. >> A simple. You know, that’sthat’s the premise of the sport, how high can you havesay in the water how fast can you get from there to there.That’s why enjoy something it’svery simple very primitive let me see if I can go fasterthan you. So judging the stores just time let me get my hand onthe walk past you. >> He’s talked about everydayengaging in some simple tasks is picking up trash writing in the journal what isit about those simple test that help your the pool. >> Greatness is found withinMonday. Nutty, you know those boring little ticks throughoutthe day I call up and pennies in the bank.I’m a coach pulls up and toolsin the tool box I think it’s for greatness found you knowpeople want to dream up this big giant goal without puttingthe stepping stones along the way and for me that’s what getsyou to the triangle you have to be able to do the boring tasksthat asked that no one seems to care about except yourselfmaking your bed picking up trash streamlining off thewalls. How many kids so much taken off the wall they’re allrelatively simple things the hard part is doing themconsistently and over and over and over again and that’s why Ilike saying pennies in the bank.You jump up in the bankevery day. You have a lot of money maybe over a long period oftime, but eventually you have a good amount of money andthey’re going to have a pretty big investment. I’ve seenresults from putting pennies in the bank that’s something thewater showed me of something my coaches showed me my teammatesand that’s what journaling helps with. But general aswell. >> What do you want the 44year-old Caleb dressel to read about 20 years ago these journey. >> I have 2 different types ofjournals of a logbook from mushrooming I write downeverything I didn’t practice every set the times I went whatI was working on how I felt that day so it’s a full page ofjournaling just for my practices alone.I save all those my personaljournals which is what I do before I go to bed all rightnow everything about the day everything bad everything goodeverything I could have done better everything regrets what I’m looking forward tomaybe laugh this me off. I actually throw those away. Once those pages close. I so I need to say I’m donewith that I can move on with my day and it helps me in the day when Iclose the book we did this so >> You document all of thesefeelings all of these emotions you you.You just ration. >> That they did its job andI’m going to move on. >> Just the Devil’s advocatebecause I started several years ago and I had my first child and someone said to me, you know think about it now,but one day your kids or your grandkids they might want toleave about how a new nest, this great Olympian felt in themoment, no. >> Though like journal knowingit’s a reminder of the 70. I write things and that thereby some bad some about my wife I ran in there describe as about my dog andran in there. No one gets or in mix. I mean that’s the beautyof how I journal yes, whatever I say it’s between me and thejournal no one else gets to read it and that’s why I trash,I’m done with it once I say what I need to say. It said more of a release forme not something any to look back on perhaps you’ve heard.There are.>> Great expectations forMister dressel this the summit what do you make of theexpectations. >> I understand it’s somethingthat comes with the sport. And trials for me I am learningreally quick. It does not get easier fast you swim asexpectations only to greater, but their expectations fromother people is not from within myself so at a certain point yes, I canfeel that pressure. But I’m learning better and betterevery meet every year how to completely ignore because theyare relevant and they don’t pertain to mean anyway. It’s up to me my relationshipwith the water and how can I get from Point A to Point B asfast as I can so I don’t care Times other people on the go.I don’t care how many medals of what. people want me to want me to win, you know, I’vegot my own goals. This is actually the first season I’veshared my goal times like coach.It used to be justwithin the after 2019 world’s I sat down with coach Troy. And we went over every splitfor every race that I swim and he actually had both times forme. His are actually faster minuskind of funny that was really fun to work with them. I reallygot his goal to has looked really that there really isthis for real because I said. So the bar pretty high formyself, you know, there’s a fine line between I think goalsetting laughter and it mine somewhere is right that linetheir so his are a little quicker than me but I wanted tobe held accountable. With what I want to accomplish.And he’s done that since I work with them for 6 years but tohave that on paper and have that out in the open with himit’s a good to a new level.>> I would imagine you probably reach his goals. >> So the goal trials is tomake the team. Times are relevant. It’s to get your hand on thewall for second and to get shipped off to Tokyo that wasthe goal be accomplished that goal. right now were you aware that. >> Yes you have to know you’rethe fastest in the world, you know I had a teammate who train with me here. He did to me the best in theworld.And he would take his name fromthe top the leaderboard he was scratched out a would write hisname at the bottom. So for him. He knew was going to target onhis back but he wanted to be the one doing the chasing. So I would never view myself asbeing a top guy I would never want to get complacent withthat I want to be the one doing the chasing, I know, there’s ahuge target on my back, but I don’t view myself as the bestin the world because I know they’re skies where if I getcomplacent for a second.>> I read that you are not wildabout being compared. >> To America’s greatest.Michael Phelps that true. I don’t think it’s fair toMichael. So better storm and that’s notmy goal in the sports of the Michael you have a guy whocould swim a 04:00AM he could have made you want to go metalthe 2 back in ever matches lineup want to go and that’swho I am to fly. 100 fly. He swam the 100 free on relaysyou got a guy who could swim a spring event all the way up to04:00AM you put me in a 04:00AM I’m not going. I’m going tostruggle to finish the race, I’m a very different athlete.Michael fine was saying that I’m pretty good at the events Ido slim.I mean Michael 53 the Mike 10300 flight you know Ihave some goals that I would like to accomplish store, I canconsider myself to be great and I often compare myself toMichael to consider myself to >> But you read these he’s hadlots they look just the next be great. Michael Phelps. >> I’ve had the questions askeda male read the hit the headlines, a. >> As as Mister Phelps givingyou some sage advice. Yes, certainly. >> Yeah, I’ve I leaned on him not going to say where we talkevery day where were best buds here but I know I can rely onhim for anything I know I can call him right now will pick upasked what I need so I certainly feel like. He’s passed. Now I want to say pass thetorch but I know he’s a reliable sourcethat I can contact at any point and I know I can lean on him asmuch as I need to you know, I feel like he’s given the younger generation ofthe sport’s an opportunity to rely on him now that he’s outof it for any advice that we need to get from.>> The nature of his advice isit related to the technique or is it more just advice about. >> It’s more so stuff like thisand dealing. And the guys like that. It’s nice I it’s it’s tough outside the water that mostcomfortable am at big meets the trials and theOlympics are worlds as I’m walking out to go to the lastmost comparable I am it’s the stuff that I needsomebody to help with this outside the water, you know Iam surf I text him about acne sure he Committee on us not toStreet there. It’s more so stuff outside thewater. I think I can learn a lot from the guy. >> Get the sense that you’requite grounded.And you don’t really liketalking about yourself. It’s now that’s a fair assessment,it’s very very why is that. >> I’m still trying to figuremyself out you know, I I feel like I can give advice here andthere was some that’s worked for me, but not shelter not scared of theworld there’s parts that I want to share that people can learnfrom but for the most part. I’m happy I’m happy with what Ihave I’m happy with my inner circle. I don’t need to share every bitof me with the world, I’m fine with people watching andsupporting me, I’m fine with people not liking me I’mtotally fine with that you know, I’m not doing the sportto have the spotlight on me the whole time or to take thespotlight away from anybody. I don’t care about that’s arelevant. If there is no spectators in Japan are nocameras. It would be completelyindifferent to Mandy totally fine this sport like I said Ido this for the challenge that offers me.>> And the longer I’ve done itthe more challenges offered let’s talk about took itbecause you just you just brought up spectators, it’sgoing to be a different experience how do you thinkthat that it’s going to affect the way that you can so what. >> I don’t think it will in anyway I do prefer that people in the stands. So. I do like toput on a show I want people to celebrate with me I want tohave that moment and trials. It was awesome soon as I madethe team 100 free like the eldest son Lane line to get thecrowd going like I like that. But once I’m off DEC I’m over it. I don’t need theground. Certainly prefer the crowd, Ilove the share those moments >> Your family is that going tobe able to be that your your with them. stance doesn’t it. >> Certainly was there.Iremember that being the highlight for real. Getting off the awards andbeing able to see my family up in the crowd. The people I got me to whereI’m at the people that have seen the struggles along theway and they’ve seen the mountain tops in the valleysthey’ve been through every part of my career, my mom you wantto have my license driving the practices to tired. I was a baby. You know those moments they’veseen every bit of it they’ve seen me come home from practicetrying know they’ve heard me say how much I hate the sport at times not all time. But they’ve just seen every bitof the sport and how to boil down to you know race that last40 something seconds it’s really sweet and is veryemotional, you know just having every motion flood Mia wants meto show my family that was a highlight real for me.>> What was it like to win 2gold medals in the area. >> It’s a tricky question youthink would be easy, I mean, of course I was I was happy butI’m certainly never satisfied something I know I need to workon you know as soon as I finish or a somebody analyzing how itcould have been better. So for Rio, yes, the goal ofcourse if you’re on team USA so get your hand on the wall firstrepresent your country, your best you can to do your part and relay sofor me. Yes, I was I’m just going to say happy soI don’t get in trouble. Yes, is happy with the me but I knowI could have been better so never satisfied now.Now I think that’s part of whatdrives. Yeah, I don’t even want tothink that I that’s what NASA is wrong with near somethingI’m just I’m never satisfied with the race and it’s all andI’m still enjoying it. But the fun part for me isshowing up in practice, you know what you want your 7 tothe box for race. Hard part’s done with you getto go and have and have fun, you know, 99% of what I do istraining and if you don’t enjoy training. You’re not in the right sport. >> This is the fun part for meas your other that you’ve got quite the fascination withLegos. >> I love my guys, I’ve got alist of 3 things on my phone that I want right now really really small list butone of them is the millennium Falcon Lego it’s like a 1000boxes, I was a kid that was my thing is like us everyChristmas president was some time leg.I just never outgrewit but if I feel like I deserve a Lego after Tokyo, maybe I’llget them one Falcon. >> I think that’s that’s theleast you could get a reward yourself. You said the 3 thingson your phone that you are was the millennium. Falcon whatwhat are the other 2. >> It’s a Stetson cowboy hat. The gusts over belly. One of them was a pack. I got that one after trials, Iwas my gift to myself that trials I bring a backpackeverywhere, yeah, but the only thing I reallyenjoy the Kerry and the backpack is my phone my wallet, my keys right. So I just want somethingsmaller and then it turned into what’s the smallest thing I canpossibly get and it was tough is authentic. >> You really do much to do toyour own drummer get dressed, I learned a lot about lego’scowboy hats.>> If anything I say, yeah, Iguess that wasn’t a very good sequence of a nightmare,especially this elite athlete and in all that. No no we’renot editing that. >> This is definitely that thecongratulations, you tie the knot February. How hismarriage. >> Changed you. It’s been really fun with Meganthat’s the first word that comes to mind there’s partsthat have been challenging for sure. There’s parts to where I had tosum up my game I had to be a better husband, a better manbecause I want to do that for Megan where one person and the first time I heard thatwas I think I should resources before proposing.Was we were put her on ameeting going over some counseling stuff. Before thewedding. And as you were saying you dorealize you’re becoming one personally so what haha what and it is and I really it hasfelt like that you know me and Meghan are where the dressel’s one personnow and it’s been really fun, figuring that out. A date night. How much food, Ido consume out much she needs to Sneads to cook as I cannotCook and she’s amazing and she likes to cook. time since you’ve been marriedhave had a big meet she learns I don’t really talk to anyoneit meets so she is after the meat was over she liked it.I don’t thing wrong to handle the finals, you’re fine.I don’t talk to anybody so that even know if not even Megan Iread that.>> You took it’s also shuttingoff your full use instagram maybe about 15 minutes, it wasall right. >> Yes, I I use it at allduring trials so I opened it up after trials so many has takenme 1515 plus countries are seenAustin traditions awesome cuss awesome. You know customs I’veseen so much this morning saying that I love people.Yeah, so I want to share what I can but no twitter on facebookon snapchat is gone did you find it was too distracted. And I need it. I know to control myself and tonot open up an app but for me I don’t like baggage. I don’tlike having things I don’t need I don’t want to carry around afull backpack when I can just carry on the family. >> Where are you a happiest and say my. >> Number one favorite hobby isgood people good conversation. So I’m actually very much forjoining us right now, yeah. >> Seem like it’s I hear thatyou’re also quite the drummer.>> I do play drums I got intodrums yeah, I went to school with arequired you to learn instrument, I start with pianolast of the day I said that socked toned up so switch overto drums and never outgrew its and the LegosI just kind of kind of stuck with it not to play. Oh yeah, oh yeah, yeah, yeah, Igot my dream can everything I record stuff every now and thenthey use logic pro I make music. The music softwareprograms on make some songs are now on and I can’t sing. I think the show songs anyonebut Megan start so my family ever done. Friends of heard.Also you are singing on the sums that you share. Yeah, Iknow he’s on it soon. Haha who’s your favorite bad. It’s a little cliche but blinkone 82. Success in Tokyo. The questionsyou think are are easier really hard for me, I’ll be happy with that me andI would consider that a successful meat if I learnsomething to take and move forward in my life Iwill be really happy with the me you know.Of course I would like to hitthe goal times I have like I said the 99% is doneright now it’s about going and going and having some fun whatabout the metal stand now it’s all about that for me I don’tkeep NSA you guys should be jealous, Iget to do the fun part which is racing, I get to enjoy therace. I don’t want to hang on to I don’t need a piece ofmetal that to remind me of that I got to enjoy it. I got toenjoy what was going through my head when I’m going to thewater, I got to stand on the on the on the medal ceremony I gotto be in the village, I got to do all the stuff.That’s all up here and I don’tI don’t need a piece of metal to do that. >> How did you get this whatyou really do seem to have figured out. >> I surround myself with goodpeople. So am I give myself credit for my mom and Dad andmy biggest biggest year’s biggest inspirations I’ve got great some things Ilearned something from all of them. Well, the Rio metals, mymom and Dad have one of them I could I gave one of them tothem and I actually gave the otherone away to a friend of mine who passed away since then so I did that one was given back to mebut it’s that one is it’s upstairs.I think it’s going to be sentsomewhere some stairs. I think it’s on season. >> Your Olympic gold though is in a TV stance. >> You know most people putthose on wall. I don’t what if someone’s comer to my house on. Now we’re going to hang out andplay pool or through his ball, I’m not going to walk aroundand say check this out now I don’t want that to be thereason you likely.If you don’t like me after youhave a conversation me you probably will like news, Idon’t want anything that you know where that. >> You want to be defined by acouple pieces of hardware. >> That I know people aredifferent and disrespect anyone because I can totally understand theother side of that does represent all those years of work it doesrepresent boiling down that moment of the race of being thebest in the world that moment I completely understand that butfor me. I read it I just rather givethem away and have someone else enjoy that moment for me.I got to be in the race, you guys should be also jealousof me I really got I got to compete. You know that is that is thefun part I got to learn something from a race, I got tostand on that podium, I got to take all that and with my owneyes.Yeah, I don’t need that piece of metal I rather be ableto give that to someone so they can enjoy all the things I gotto enjoy and that can be representative to them of whatI got to enjoy. >> You don’t need the battle,but do you want to win go. >> Oh yeah, don’t you think I’mnot competitive. Okay. Yeah, OK yes, okay. >> Making sure what Iappreciate about you and I don’t get this in all of myconversations, folks you’re must. Well, it’s probably why youdon’t want to do a lot of these. >> I try to be that was ourteam role that’s choice.Number one team role is honestywhen you is there a ritual there arethings that I like to do very flexible. Okay. So I dolike to stick to my routine, a big I am on routine. I liketo do those things but I don’t want to thank some competitorhad the big idea to like still my shoe that I would startfreaking out or anything it there’s not much you can do to mess me up. I do have a preference of theroutine, I like to stick with, you could throw a curve ball inthere and I’ll be fine like but trials, I would warm up in thecompetition will Sundays and then I go to the warm-up willsomeday so it just depends kind of whatI’m feeling.I go a lot of stuff ago based on field thiswhole the whole premise of the sport is feel you’re at so manysummers talk about it didn’t feel right or a feel-good nowater no one can explain of the size the word feel that’sthat’s the best we’ve got so a lot of what I do is based onfeel before and are you are you Jimthat I started I started yes to kind of a lotof people started to get my business to too much. So these wages but headphoneson and then that way no cure butyou can get and get your business. Well I I I know thenyces personally get meat mode, you know one there to there. Take care of business and once that’s done do whateveryou want, but you know the headphones help get people away from me, yeah block aboutyeah.It sounds mean, but no I don’twant to interfere with what I’m trying to do >> look anyone can interferewith what you’re trying to you soon. But the focus. competing with the pandemic is as abackdrop. >> I think it will be fine, youknow, there’s a lot of things that are out of my control. So I’m not going to worry aboutthings that I have no control over I’m sure the Olympics will be set up in afine enough manner where that’s I’m going to be a worry oncethey’re not nervous at all now. >> We cited. >> Yes, York side of course,I’m excited than or the nerves.Ahead later right now it’s justexcitement. Focus nurse nerves and ourexcitement focus right now serves a focus come later andexcitement still still hangs in there for us. >> It’s right there that looksorry to disturb your day, everyone’s matter what to makethis pass that along to us. >> When I see why we think Iwonder what his focus would be given 6 minutes. Can welcome tocall that call what it’s the baby said, it’s called parentand what was the first. Let’s hear member left and smart today was simpleexercises to strengthen your heart make the most of yourstate. I now pronounce you husband andwife. This morning, a story of peoplehelping people he received hundreds of letters from peoplewho’ve been inspired. One of our most favoritefranchises ever. I will I will definitely win.>> Hey today all day father’sDay is this Sunday. I will pause while you go. Oh it is.I was just thinking of stopping by the convenience store andpicking up some duct tape and us grew driver and giving it todead well how about this how about cooking up a special mealup next on saucy Anthony country know is whipping up ahearty pasta dish plus a surprising sweet treat fordessert that doubles as a great gift.>> My dad, what a pain in the Sand a man of few words. >> Well as we have. >> You really only opens up hismouth to eat King caught a lot. So this father’s Day, I’mmaking him a couple of his favorite dishes that I knowyour dad’s going to love just as much. For dinner, I’m making pastaall of you know with crispy sausage and you resisted Leecrunchy bread crumb topping and for dessert. Chocolate is alot sausage, I know I know it sounds crazy, but trust me itis delicious and it just so happens to also make theperfect gift. First up is these are ourchocolate hazelnut sauce that you want to get started on thisbecause it needs some time to set in the fridge, so first things first I have somehaze or not. >> So I’m leaving some hole,I’m going to chop up the rest and this is going to imitateneck.Pockets of that found insausage and it’s going to give the illusion this is an actualsavory sausage. When shopping knots for your hand at the tip of theknife, this will help secure it. Help you guide it. Across theNets, this does not need to be perfect. Like I said this ismimicking that pockets and that pocket come in all differentsizes so if you have some super fine that’s awesome and if youhave some that are a little bit more chunky that is fine too.If you’re not a fan of his own much.You can use any not youcan even put into dry fruits. The stash shows and driedcherries would be using substitute. I’m happy with this. Perfect I need to grab a coupleof more radiant from the pantry we’ll get started on a truckpicking up. The star of this dish from hisown not is this chalk last I like to use 58 to 65% chocolatethe percentage is the amount of cocoa the higher the number thedarker more fit or the chocolate chopped chocolate Ilike use a serrated knife. You have a little bit morecontrol, your knife or light on the board and look how easilyjust precious through.This premium chocolate bar. It doesn’t need to be perfect.But we’re melting it. This all the talk but he saysthe quicker down notes. We all know I do not havepatients going to put it right into aball. Try not to get. So good. This will add just a couplemore ingredients. Playing all granulated sugar. Always level it off with theperfect amount, especially when it comes todesserts. That’s when you’re supposed tobe OCD up next somewhat of an unconvential ingredient.An egg white.What this egg whites going todo is help create a less brittle texture and our finalgosh. Right on it. Then just because I can’t dodessert with a little bit now. Just a little bit not to help amplify the otherflavors going on. And finally a couple of tablespoons playing all tap water. We’re going to put this over apot with barely simmering water we’re not looking to touch thebottom this is called a double boiler we want that gentlesteam that’s walking to slowly and evenly not our chocolatewithout burning. So just start starring this allhappened pretty quickly. It’s very relaxing very Zen and it smells amazing be sure to periodically scrapedown the sides of the ball going help make sure thateverything melts properly and avoid scorching along the side. You can see how well that it’slooking has a beautiful sheen they have nice and so it is I’m for the fun part, let’sstart making sausage. All that’s left is to add orisil months.Just slowly fall the men. Get it all coated in chocolateyou want to see too much of the not itself popping out. And now they play the waiting game into the fridge to set a 45minutes to an hour. A truck with pictures been thebridge for about an hour and you can see that there’s no wetspots which means it’s not going to be too hard to workwith visits to key. But I press on it it still gives whichmeans I’ll be able to roll into the sausage lot. A grad myself pretty generous sheet ofplastic wrap. And then transfer my chocolate into the center of it. Now I’m just going to try tostart shaping this into a lot. Using the plastic. As a guide to help shaping it.At first, we’ll just startgetting the general shape and then we’ll refine it. So I like to make my sausage lock. 9, 9, and a half inches because I think that that’s theperfect length and with that will get with the chocolatewhen we slice into it, but it doesn’t have to be so crazy. We have a CD user law. So I’m actually just shy ofwhere want to be and try to keep it. Nice and even in diameter you don’t want totaper too much. And let’s look at your sides and talk under. This is the first step inshaping our sausage but I have one more secret ingredientthat’s really going to give you the illusion that this is thereal thing. In about an hour, maybe alittle more. It’s carefully going to youunwrap it. Grab yourself. A fresh sheet of plastic wrap. Now for a little secretingredient. Just some powdered sugar. This is going to give theillusion of that mole, the exteriors fell short, so. Of course a lot about a half cup.She asked who did it. Roll it in. It’s okay, it’s okay key. Then you guessed it rafiq back up. It needs one more rest in thefridge, at least a couple of hours we really want to get it,nice and solid, but preferably overnight. I was going to wait overnightand now the moment you’ve all been waiting for all your hard work. If you can get the fastball as it sits in the fridge, youcan see like these wet spots that’s the condensation fromthe fridge and that’s what’s going to really give theillusion of dried sausage. And just carefully. Get rid of that taking us definitely leave some on.The package it up for that you can use any food gradepaper I’m simply using parchment and if you go to like and old-school something mediato get some salami pretty similar to what you canget a look. You can leave it simply justlike this, or if you have nothing betterto do with your life. Mike maze maybe add some twine it’s a gift make it look like it just goingto tie and a couple of places to secure it. Nothing fancy. My dad is notgoing unnoticed he’s just going to wonder what I’m going to cutit open. You do you want to take downthe sites down the sides. Simple is good enough for thatso it’s just packed, I’m not that chief. So also going toget that a bottle of his favorite line. Through the Senate back and I’m all set for father’sDay dinner.When the pandemic started I waskind of ravaging through my pantry trying to figure outwhat I can cook because getting to the grocery store was scaryand just hard and I came up with this dish cost of youknow. So for this recipe, I need 2 small cloves of garlicshe and this is what we’re going to use to flavor orcrops. So that’s those peeled so that was an easy one. Save the rest of the garlicwe’re going to need it for the sauce part of our dish perfect. Let’s get cooking. I have myskill is like using non-stick for this over medium high heat. And I want to add tablespoons some really good butter. A beautiful the color of thevoters. Just let it melt to that we’re going to great or garlic using a fine zestthis is so much easier.Then men saying. >> Pinch of salt. Now it’s our butter. And cook this for about aminute until it’s nice and fragrant which it already issmells IFI after the crunch. Have a cup of it. >> Get that in there and nowwe’re going to cook this until the panko is crispy and nice and Golden. And just keep starring. This is one of those thingswhere you look like you’re starting for a while andnothing’s happening and then all of a sudden it stopped.I think he’s thankful for thisrecipe because of its texture it’s crunchy to begin with andit just is going to add a bite to this cash that takes it to awhole new level and she stripped down the sidesso they don’t burn that this is that stick to the side of thepot. We’ll overcook and so it started to take oncolor now. Nearly there. Looking for a nice goldenbrown. Nice and toasty they have it’s a simple as thatnow do not leave this in the pan pan is hot these willcontinue. You walk away come back and they’ll be Burns you’ll be sad.Immediately transferred into a bowl. So there’s 2 it makes a pasta. I have some beautiful Italiansaw 6 yeah take that out and I left over garlic from thosebread crumbs Finley slice for large close. You never have enough garlicright. Next up we have an onion one large yellow onion to add alittle sweetness to this dish not too much just enough. I just like these into thinhalf moons. Canned artichokes I always havecanned artichokes in my pantry great in salads I actually use it for pesto andof course I possibly know. We’re just going to these ofwrath shop not too small, we want to besome texture and the dish. I don’t even know if I dorecipes without communities anymore, but could you not and nice healthy portion measure that out so it’s readyto go. There you have it. Let’s get cooking. I think it, nice and warm. And in the meantime. Back to our beautiful sausage. We want to remove the case. So that we can break up themeat. It feels right off.And you want to get a headstart and kind of use your hand to break into small pieceswe’re going to break it up into bite-size chunks. You want everything to kind ofbe around the same size so these onions will come down wehave and bite-size artichoke hearts so we want bite-sizebits of sausage. >> Because of the delicatewhite wine sauce. I prefer to use the seats so that the linereally stands out.>> We just thought it through and transfer or sausage to ofall. The evening all the renderedfat behind and that flavored olive oil don’t worry about all of thisfond all flavor and we at the white line to pull it out. Another couple tablespoons ofbutter. Right and get this hot skillet and then in go or onions we’ll cookies for about 1012minutes, we’re not looking to get them super caramelized justlike amber. And soften so that they have anice feis when we serve our finish.>> If that might include inthat water smells so good. Every component of it that shesmells so good. The throw and just a littlepinch of salt season in layers. The sausagessalty so you don’t need to add too much. We have a couple moreingredients that are going to add assaulting us, it is rich. Speaking of salt. It’s not forget about ourwater. >> A lot of weight in thisepisode, a lot of ways hurry up and wait. As rolling of a boil as we’regoing to get out of this machine. Another on huge are close to behalfway there, I could drop our pasta my favorite who could teenyonly using have pound this serves to people generously you can double this recipe ifyou’re feeding a family of 4. Or if you want to turn toleftovers we’re going to finish our pastain the sauce so I I’m going to cook it about a minute minuteand a half shy about that day.Apparently there’s a shortageof 15 e. So if you’re having troublefinding it because you don’t have the hook up like I do you can use that Cheney ingreen, or even a funk a bike of the top people work for this. Another minute or 2. Ready to move on with thesauce. So let’s add all of our garlic and artichoke hearts. I’m not really looking to cookthem at this point we’re just looking to warm everythingthrough allow that for a grant toreally permeate this sauce and disagree, you know what’s up next some why no need to ever measure a lot. We always have to eyeball. You see how it’s justautomatically just taking all that flavor that stuck on thebottom of the pot. And nothing it away. All that flavor. Just melting right into oursauce, thanks to that light line also going to add some check into this and it’sjust a concentrated haste that adds.Also in Miami just a delicioussalty flavor that just enhances thedish. I even add it to chicken stockwhen I’m making it just to lose the flavor a little bit. And that will melt right inthere. Hey look at that. >> And I think a pasta just sohappens to be ready. Oh yeah, try to get all of it. I’m grasping at nothing. >> It got a little. Rosie. Some starts water which isgoing to help bind everything together. You know, he’s had more to getthe right consistency and then I started eatingeverything else. A sausage goes back in. There goes our cheese just toss it up that she’s will melt into thesauce. That starts water will helppicking it up a little bit want to cook it for about aminute or 2 here just long enough for the sauce to beperfect and for a possible to reach the perfect out that day and see that saw starting toalready look nice. And lush us and had a drop more of ourstock quarter. Never won a dry pan. That just about does it.The only thing missing at thispoint. And our bread from topic can’tforget about the bread crumb topping. Sure you grab some of thesausage, some of the artichoke hearts. Those onions want toget a little bit of everything. That looks like a nice portionfor one now. Definitely need a little bitmore cheese. And of course. Look at this not be cheap. It’s going to try. It is so good.The white line just ties all these ingredients andtogether. But this could be topping justreally hits it out of the park. Pretty sure my data like it,but if he doesn’t I really don’t care because I showedyou. >> I talked with sausages thestart of any dessert for I like to dress it up with afew but the Scot the Sicilian Regina some fruit leather, it’sso fun and kind of looks like strips of the shoot don’t knowa few little candies something fresh and even marshmallowshe’s corgis with charcuterie board is now ready for primetime.In my words in the. Remember which of your son’scapture a father’s Day meal. >> According here play this Ithink I know the answer but Yeah. which is. Now it was delicious So it was very good. I don’t think and a bottle ofyour favorite one boy. thank you. But yeah, thank you. >> I feel as soon as I walk inthe door they can kind of detect my move coming back frompractice whether it’s good or bad, they’re always here tocheer me up and put a smile on my face and yes, more like myEnglish department she’s just here to be happy and have agood life act and Rambo is more of like I’llmake you laugh and maybe something crazy day.I can not up and made his craftme there. They’re just the best dogs and they make me so happyend, they’re my fur babies. I’mSimone Biles and this is my tail, this is Lila viles andshe is 3 years old and then this is Rambo Biles and he isone years old. Baby memo he came to us his name wasoriginally Rambo and so I just thought that was here and Ihave to say and then Lila I could not be I mean for thelife of me and I just later down the road if I got anothergreat she would be like stance, biking looks like states.And so that’s how her name came about and then I just keptbrand that is. So we don’t have to learn 6th,yet Leland Rambo so Lila actually put a Floridato pick her out when she was happy and that was our firstmean she was so it is that he and I have a plan like from themotel and she did an amazing job say that the flights ingray, and she’s more of its share of late fact brambles themore rambunctious let me see what I can get into what I canfind around the house.Let me test the other dogs but ends but you actually came from Ohioand he was on like a patch transport bus so hestopped in several states on the way to drop off otherpeople as new puppies instead he arrives right at my frontdoor here in spring. I love how frenchies have such bigpersonalities in each of them have different personalitiesRambo is the more hyper playful dog and we love is my littlegrumpy I do what I want when they want Princess go. Oh my goodness well, I grew upwith dogs so as soon as I got them as soon as they got lean on usand as a governor Bush.I just knew they fit right in and itwas the perfect home for them. I think since everybody canhave Sunday dinner with my family. I would always take Leelow and she met the German shepherds and that’s when Iknew she we’ll see mostly with the other family dogs and inRambo he’s just a little copycat here is Lila shot, sowhatever Leland as he does and that’s how I knew he’d beenperfectly. He keeps us on our toes. Rand Paul loves to play with myboyfriend started to use which was Bulls are they left.House lose more. I’m going to watch and see what you guys doand I’ll sit on the couch for you that’s how we’ll play. >> And she’s just the chillabout but he was a very seamless relationshipthey along well together and then you have 3 dogs in theHouse for Bulldogs it’s so crazy and never thought I wouldhave 3 dogs say yeah, but it is what it is and then make ourlives.Well, they love going outside and playing in thebackyard. Yes, of course they love exploring the ledgeinstead they cool off whenever they want well like taking themon walks. But we like play. Catch withfamily for his to keep the ball away the long as but they’rejust so spire what else they like treats they love withoutdog wash station near the >> They love getting that’swhat the Lions East Iran boasts House. more on the edge of its daywarming going to the pet store they like to they not get outthere and true Tech toys and I’ll take them to the gym andso they can kind of see where I train and there is like thisone picture of you know watching the ball and it wasjust the cutest thing but I do try to alternate and take themto the chair. >> So they’re in the atmosphereand the kids love them whenever they get out their classes theyalways make sure to stop by and the lower Rambo and have them.So they’ve been on this journey with me I think just being inthat he had it is mindset again being out there for me doingwhat I love and I chained to you I think that’s what I’mmost looking forward to it.Rambo has a crazy tight shirtsthat says every day whenever he sits downto just 6 in the pie church and I just wish my hamstring wasflexible as he is because I know I was talking about you and it’s a cute this money isphone but x-rays show flexible than I wish we could trade fora day because I might need them to Jim, it’s just how nice it.Look mom like that she is a little bit. So a little thickerbut she doesn’t like that I no some other things like that,but I just another day and I thought it would grow out of itbecause he do when he was happy and Jess turn one and so that’sit. I’m like okay. I think it’s just a foreverthing, but it’s so you either these skies could top this iswhat they would say low would definitely be staff feel likeno mom I’m not doing that I do what I want when I want and I’mjust like OK, this your house, I’m loving it in ramble wouldprobably be asking all the questions that make you regretthat what you can do that why can’t I do that he would be themore.>> Question Berle, but I can Ijust in a small. A chemical attack you they dothis. >> It’s more the ethics law ormy dogs have made my life better significantly they havemaybe have whatever might low and even whatever my piesthey’ve made higher they’ve just been the greatest assetthat I got in. I don’t read it one day theamount of work that it takes to have to be brought up, Iwouldn’t trade them for the world. >> I’ve grown as we knowthey’re like OK we’re out can return from one shy.>> I have 2 dogs, Wednesday,Dallas, she’s a German Shepherd and then I have a GermanShepherd Husky mix I got my younger one after world, he wasa bribe her bet from my mom that you know I made the roadsseem I can get a dog and so that’s what I got as like momcan if I make it to world can I get a dog in this is in Januaryand I wasn’t even on like the national team I had madeinternational assignment. So it’s kind of like a yeahthat’s fine because it wasn’t really in reach and didn’tseem. And so then when I made a hey Igot a dog now. I think it’s always you knowfun to come back home and have them like so excited to see youand your families I see very thin and too, but it’s reallyno cool to see how excited.They are when you come backhome, they just let you know that you’ve had them and givethem all the attention and it’s really cool. >> I have 2 dogs, one he’syou’re chair who don’t mix and she’s just like the leaflet being in a big ballof energy and her name is Dolly. And then I have a Bostonterrier and it means Guinness and she’s like she’s very oldso she’s just turned a chill in this area you live to wheneverI get home, they’re always so happy so to say if you had a bad day makes likea bad day better just coming home and then Des Moines flame.The you know happy. >> I have Marshall who is ableterrier mix and I have lily who is a yellow lab and it’s youknow put it together as Marshall and lily from how Imet your mother show.Well my girlfriend and I we we when wefirst started dating, how I met your mother was like our showand Marsha Lilly like the role model couple. And so as we gotour dogs we just wanted them to have you know the perfectMarshall and lily relationship and and for Marshall and lilybecame the names. I would say that Marshallreally are the best, you know they’re not they’re not theMarshall and lily in the TV show. But I will say that theirlove is very deep-seated N it comes out in a lot of times butthere are times when marshals a little bit of a ground but andhe will you know, is he really likes me and I and he wasraised without really in the House and so there are timeswhere he is getting snuggles from Mia I really will hop upin just a I don’t get in the way of mysnows right now but beyond that I would say I mean Marshallmillion one of them were to leave each other.They would beabsolutely devastated and they do have to see the connectionof just I play promise and it’s reallynice to see because we’re now always home all the time tohave it there for them to have each other it just means a lotfor us to watch them still enjoy each other. They’re there for me everysingle day any day that I can come home have them just jumpon me and give me kisses on the face. I’m now a much happierperson in that moment, there’s no guarantee about it. Andthere’s times you know when things are going right in thegym, and my body hurts and I just need to be a vegetable fora little while, and they’ll just come support always justpick me up my pets have given me a lot tolook forward to but I think the most rewarding part abouthaving pets is the fact that you get to for someone else other thanyourself and build them up and turn them into something thatyou actually want to love and be around all the time theygive you bk so much more than you give and something abouthaving that type of relationship that’s constantlybuilding is what brings meaning to have been you know someoneto take care of.>> So I got Stu in March, I wasactually oversee still he is a posse due to a mix he has likeone blue eye and one half blue and brown I and my Camaro coyou make my life better because even though I wasn’t expectingto be her he was there for me. John my whole rehab process andyou know it’s it was put a smile on his face when you havelike a dog wants to play he doesn’t know anything else hewas afraid omy cast in t beginning but we’vgot overthat. >> My dog is Rooney, we callher route for sure she’s a bull mastiff live next with German Shepherd and Rottweilerwe rescued her from Craig’s list, and I love her so much myfavorite part of the day is taking her out on walks and itreally calms me down after a stressful day we can go out andplay said Chun for whatever reason it’s really therapeuticand she’s always so happy to see me and it just brighton’sminute as well so she is just the best.>> I remember I wanted a dog mywhole life, my dad never got me one. But coming up to the lastmonths before 2016 Olympics, I was really sad without a dogand I would just sit there looking out the window like Iwas my dog was here and I don’t have one and I was looking outthe window thinking about a chocolate lab and I was likemango is the perfect name for a chocolate lab. >> And I was like my talking tomake this a perfect name for any dog that I guess so when Igot a German Shepherd dogs that you may go his personal eexactly like mine is very hyper an energetic and I’m a test to him he’s veryattached to me you can tell when we’re in the same room,he’s my >> mango does everything withme she doesn’t need to the bathroom.He kuz that need tothe sink to the fridge. Rater. >> He loves coming to practicewith me that’s probably his favorite thing he comes topractice with me every day and plays in the backyard. And just watch as we liftweights, he would win the 100 meters my dog is faster thanyours servers promise and I tell you to everybody Mengel has made my life betterin every aspect.He is my my little baby my little bestfriend he makes me happy when I’m sad and I just need him in my life. My dog is Arthur he is my useof docks in Jack Russell to something he’s 15 pounds blackand white spots. Very good. It’s not going. Arthur is either feisty or super chill. He does reallyhave a lot in between so he’s either like parking at thefront door which drives me crazy or snuggling on thecouch. >> And or snuggling when an appand that’s my favorite version of him is the snugly side Ipurposely adopted a small dog because I know how tired I amafter practice and I wanted a dog that literally I could walkto the coffee shop half-mile away and walk back and hepooped we got a little walto get coffee and that’s reallynice.His best friend is a Rhodesian ridgeback that’s a120 pounds and so if him as best friend are together we cango to the dog Park, but he doesn’t like to do that unlesshis body guard best friend dogs there so he’s kind of just achill couch dog with me primarily I got hurt. I stressfracture that coming out of competing at the worldchampionips in 2013, and that’s when I adopted are therebecause I needed happiness in my life and I needed some joyin my days and so I adopted him then when I was going throughthat injury and he definitely it brought me joy and happinessand maybe not stress and be too much in the weeds about myinjuries, so that was the start of myrelationship with actor and it was very important for me arethere is not athletic. >> We D he’s so sweet, I lovehim so much he is not an athlete.So I’m not going solveany Olympic sport by claiming hour to get oubecause he’snot a fun. >> Thiis winning when he theminiature docks and we need them anyway, he is or nicknamesand she’s really help make mine and my wife’s life better justto be able to have somebody who few running around the house atall time that is a 6, 7, is nice. She is this about his biggest isgoing to get to and it’s nice to be able to have a bestfriend from my wife and I they can do all the traveling withus and they can really just bring some joy to our lives andyou know, there’s just something so simple about that.How does somebody around thatonly was the love on you enough. >> So Milo is my much of a dog.We’re not exactly sure what he is but he’s very cute and wegot him when he was just 6 weeks old and my girlfriend wasjust she initiated the conversation by saying I thinkI want a dog and then about 4 hours later she on the dog.So it’s very just run of the mill, and then you know that mysame Island has come got and then some toys and things andhe’s really spoil and you know he gets to travel with us a lotand he’s just he’s a good dude.>> I have a dog his name isRipley hues of blue Merle Australian Shepherd he is thelight of my life and you know keeps a smile on my face everysingle day. No matter what happens I think I have my dog has something tojust always make me feel positive and happy he really isa best friend and he is my little training buddy andpartner in crime and comes with me whenever I go to my workoutsand you know this he’s my dog is my relentless supporter andI love him. I have a little fur baby by the name of me and. >> And because she’s so prettylike me and to us and she is rescued her as a puppy issueslike about 10 weeks old they thought and she’s a lab it makes I thinkwe’re not really sure, but that’s my guess and she is themost human creature I have ever meteveryone that comes over says she’s so full of expression andand any dog this is going to talk Lindy it’s going to behurt because we literally talk to her all day pretty day andshe runs the show at the House a few weeks after getting me towrap.I actually broke my leg and and I was a few monthsafter my mom and also passed away and so ended up spending alot of time at home with you training her and doing rehaband therapy when she was a puppy and I think that that wasreally special for me to get that time was a puppy and trying to get up and down thestairs on crutches with a and body change dot was difficultbut it was. It was a special time for me and then she’s alsoand then now throughout my husband’s injury.He hasn’tmissed a therapy session of his. >> And the years so she doesevery morning and waits waits for him to come there. So Ithink that she’s just a little bundle of joy. >> All he is my rescue dog, mymom and Dad. >> Our incredible they took himfor 3 months over the winter because we ha in California,I’m looking in like a dorm situation and couldn’t bethere. Everyone’s helped raise all the all the miles I was so amazedand obviously because my husband is gone and it helps tojust have little companion there but it’s also been reallynice to ha someone a dog to be responsible for outside ofrowing it helps me to and are some of my stress tojust I put my focus on managing to him and make sure that he’sgetting what he needs an space is also very cute and locks andso the House too.Of one. >> He was supposed to be a 100%loud. I think he’s half white half one writer was veryskittish unkind and I that’s one that sort ofmonths. He’s like where he’s supposed to be here. CharcoalAbbott is rather why or a lot and then I have oneEnglish Redd Foxx lab also that’s 3 he just like. Fans man sits around there’snothing easy gun. Like sunbathing in the backyard and hang in the ground from sticker and ports. >> Floyd’s dad, it’s kind of aweird term, but yeah, that’s my dog Floyd’s been incredible forme for recovery and not just kind of on whining from a longday of practice and stress, >> It’s really has to go homewhen you open the door and the it’s just. dog runs at you and it’s abulldog you can’t really run it’s more of a waddle and andpretty much.I thought a breath by the timeit gets to you it’s pretty cute but it’s definitely interestingbeing he’s not really dogs more for creature doesn’t has nonormal dog. Tendencies. >> Oh my gosh I love my animalsso much. They haven’t been able to be physically there. But Ihave so many pictures my phone is literally all my animals,you know it’s crazy because it’s this thing when I traveland then come home, they they know me they could so crazy andit’s just there. Oh my gosh just my mom to on facetime Inever do this time my mom I think that’sprobably one of the most important things during thegames is back it can get so wrapped up infocusing on getting anxious and excited and nervous at the sametime with them when I got a time all the nurses go away andI’m just like I’m stuck that person screaming into my phoneand like squealing like a little kid and I got to just love them of hisfriendship was and like the size my mom was it animal gotour body was not there, but I love animals so much and Idon’t know if it’s because I access on that Lido where Iwill cry is an animal being hurt you movie.I can watch her son whateverit’s for lease at a price and that meant that but I just I don’t know if it’s becauselike they don’t have a voice and I really want to lie. I’m not provide for them, butjust like love them so much and they love us unconditionallyloved me unconditionally even if you forget to feed them oneday they don’t remember that and I oh my gosh, I mean theworld just amazing with animals and we better with animals.>> I was walking read and thatthe skills and thank God that’s Rees it’s reason I was likewhat kind of like we if that’s me sadness mean that that’sclear a few people know. >> And then you realize she Iam it’s like hand and this is myhat to him. She goes. This is my shoelittle trillion Shepherd. >> Rees see it is 4 years oldand she is my best friend I always wanted to know SherryShepherd like since I was a kid, I just always wanted one.So I went online and found her. She was actually all the way inTexas and that day I was going to go pick her up somethingcame up so my dad had to fight a Texas to go pick her up. So trooper that he flew toAustin and met picked her up there and then flew back with alook at really there.And my dad just like he walked out ofthe terminal at what this little child the spotted dog.And I just put her in a lot in my lap and there’s love at first sightkilling would follow me around everywhere. She’s my firstpuppy like I’ve never had a copy of a question I do what Iwas doing she was like had really about separation anxietyin the beginning serve member like sleeping with fairly andstands in the living room like a body pillow so uncomfortable,but I definitely 3 days and then I was like OK, maybe Ishould just whether you know you have thing at night.Daschle kind of looked like a Reese’s pieces line friendsmatter because she had like these really like dark brownspots is really white lights. But like like a little Carmel 5so and then but she got a look at your Isis today says thattook me a few days and then I decided I wanted the namehurries these has the biggest personality.She is just sodown for an adventure play the minute, I stand up to thekicker where we don’t what are we doing like just like I’mjust going to go to the back here is something as you likealways follow me around just down anything share loves toplay and she loves of all she loved it all. She also loves alittle like doggie puzzles may like dislike does little for itlooked like pine trees and she is really smart and she’s justa little robot. She is kind of standoff is some time. She’s like him out like Southheading me like I don’t want love but the men issuance andlove and attention should just try to have to decide. Well on your lap kind of likethis and then just a few hours. Reese quickly became like avery important member of the family when I told my family, Iwanted a puppy liking and sharing Shepherd puppy everyonewas so against a play because you know I understand because Itravel a lot and I mean like they have to take care of herwhile I was gone and then we got here and my sisters, IMover and lunches so like a baby we’ve got a bunch of babybecame.And they instantly fell in love with it because she wasso small and dislikes this is Q little bundle of joy and energyand now they argue over who gets to watch it. When I’mgone. It’s like my parents live here but the my sisters, mytwin sister aunt of a mile is there really want to do sothey’re always arguing about who gets to compare. >> Hi everybody, I’m dealingdryer and we are so excited, you’re joining us for a quicksweat today we’ve got Walter from Bay fitness who is guidingus through a full body and budi focused workouts stretch it outgrab some water. Look at stars. your 10 minute full-bodystudent class for the next 10 minutes, you mean equipmentother than the will to want to do better than you didyesterday or right starting with 3 point lunges point is alateral lines bring it right back to point B P take you to apacked lunch, locking up as you stand up 0.3 courtesy take yourbow and we repeat, let’s go without nice ring it up take itback nice stand up here we go.Murphy take a bow, not again Ialways wanted this for about 30 more seconds night all righttry to get that moves closer to 4 without actually touching thefloor right kimi to curtsy you want to keep those supersquare, bring you right back we’re almost there. Yeah makesyou hope that to be out. Yeah, I said it take you back,the lock it out or take about. They ended up again, let’s gopush nice stand it up here we go point be nice to bring it upagain 10 seconds they waiting everybody’s act. Same thing onthe right side because you know well Kohl’s left goes awry.What goes up goes down. It’s the circle of life baby.Right here stay with me Kersey easy breezy beautiful towatch the care of the baby was nice lock it out take it backpoint be this right here is 3 point line just saw when I saw I same exact thing let’s goright.A beautiful stand it up andwhen I say stand up, I want you to stand up physically and Iwant to stand up emotionally mentally I want you to reallyrise up or I know we’re giving up on yourself. We’ve got 10minutes to stay focused 10 minutes to give ourself are allhow many times a live view gives to minutes of someoneelse. Today, it’s all about you. I said I want you to be selfishtoday. It’s all about you when you you I yeah, almost their squad. But I sayalmost there where is their Walter there is higher versionof yourself alright that’s what we’re working toys right, nice to get right back to pointB right here you see that binthat’s happening with the nice and if you’re in need as itgets closer to Florida mind so be it just moved to the movie abinding her right. The good thing about this is you canalways come back.Nice squeeze acquired you come out and trynot be hands but simply stand out as right, I said stand up,let’s go. I’m gonna give you a minutejust enjoy it enjoy it right. I take it back I want you topush off that left leg that’s the way that we’re workingright there right there you want to keep those tips to thesquare will tie he’d only elevated here we go. Noequipment means what no excuses let’s go all I need is you baby all I need is you let’s go, butyou got to have the will to try to do better than you didyesterday. Stay which a boy locked out. Take you right up nice take itback. The yes, I approve they be you showed. Close okay.Now the real successes in completion right. The realsuccess in getting good time if you need to take a break take abreak but don’t give a right nice, let’s go.A delay is not to deny allremember that a delay is not ad not right here your time is nowbaby stay well to take it back. Let’s go a courtesy for Daddystand it up. All in all our family here we go push stand it up. I’m starting tosweat already, I love it. I love it, I love it, I like tocall the success or I might be jumping in sweat but I’m chipin its success who’s ready to join me standup squeeze at court keepthat rate case down I’m talking to you here. We bring you right back up Isee you nice.I like beautiful right nowwe’ve got warm exercise is going to elect in the courtinvolved right so go ahead and turn sideways if you want ifnot keep your focus on Daddy right left leg is going to goback we want to post for 2. And step it up now. We like to level up sometimesand if you want a level that it all you have to do is stepright the that’s going to get that Corey of all this goposts. We need jobs that’s good. We need right slot, stay withme on because we’re crossing over to our lamprey sold.The drive it. >> I want to be job I can helpmyself he knows his square take that right leg back we postnice the drive and John Dulce topposts, nice stop, need. Tell you these allies who of fun youhad been working out with me that’s separate in need your Iyeah, yeah love and it’s loving us how can you not love gettingstronger. >> How can you not get excitedthat you’re going to not only look better but you’re about tofeel better in 10 minutes, go. Drive who can get to meet twicemore one. Step and Jack Benny but yousupported drive any of that’s what I’m talking about babylast time here.Me dry. All right. Here’s the thingwe’re crossing over to our now we have a try by ice crash waswhat was that. I know so here’s what we do let me see that Paulyes, like like you got to give me some money I give it to youhowever, you decide or I could take it off and say hey you’regoing to grab all that pomp and the left on its going to beworking to try 7 while the right arm is working to buySouth we’re going off push and push go push. Now it seems likeI’m doing nothing right now but we’re working on time andattention right. The muscle right now is created so muchtension on using that left arm to push with that tricep wellthey’re right arm is pooling with that by I’m shakingbecause I’m working or I know judge me I’m not judging.You don’t judge me shaking this hard let’s go. Nice now go ahead and take adeep breath. >> Yes, he’s going to see backto poppy maybe you see working nights all right y’all staythere for 50 more second that we’re going to the oppositeside right so I say this all the time if you’re looking fora maximum us to grow any type of static whole this is a holdcombined with what time under tension.Nice check it out niceand easy same exact be let me see that upon getting my moneypenny white get nicer right now the right tricep is workingwhile the bicep on the left arm is pulling stay with me you cando this I can do anything I put my mind to as long as I put myright to it what does that mean I work for I work for ad thatis so much better when you work for it is you cherish thelittle bit more and this is something I’m know I’m nottelling you I’m telling you right there that’s go. I thinkit’s a position to I wouldn’t say it was is not one of thebad, but you know what easy come easy go to work or staywith Walter, I’m still working.It seems as if I’m not I’mstill working shaking because I’m working see you holding. We the court a key was tothere. We go. Nice give it to me for 10 seconds 9 secondsdon’t move. Bikes us, we’ve got 5 secondssqueeze that court dropped every page 3, 2, was numberone, you know what don’t you get taking down to the floor,we got a little bit of a combo mover right we’re going tobreach and they were going to hit the tolls it quite take uparms down. I hear you want every just straight up,dropping down to the floor raise the feet up it’s touchedit. Oh yes, let’s go Rachel straight up shopping Dow is upsuch that. This right here is your final final push. All y’all, who said you couldn’t get agreat workout in in 10 minutes at the end, butnice let’s go the wlex those toes touched it.I really wantyou to go for that not be a cool. It out. >> He bench and towards the skyso give it to me 2 more times. So last time. Rise up. So she told fever Dowuse the courts to set up the all you feel that there’s somuch control happening right here. My name is Walter campand number 2 from Bay fitness don’t give up on me and I willnot give a point you see you guys next time he. right now, yes, I said 10minutes to work those clues are right if you need to take sometime to warm up go ahead and do so, but after me and the crewto get going starting with our feet about hit with the partcourt tight and most importantly, my mind is rightall right go ahead and place yourself in the now here we gois dropped and squeeze don’t hurt your needs F. I are goingto take about 45 seconds right here just and squats noticetalk about squats while we hear you want to make sure that thewait is back on the heels.Nice you want to make sure thechest is up. If you want to make sure thatchorus tie and most importantly, your mind is rightand squeeze don’t hurt you really get you out and squeeze,we don’t hurt your knee still stop, but I go ahead and do alittle favor, let’s count down 5 Many do you 3. That means you too Wolf we’renumber one that you are right second more posting squeezepost and squeeze. We’re right there now, but I think squeezeare really want you to squeeze those goals but try not to handyou’re right. You also want to make sure those nice theydirectly over the tolls and you want to make sure that youreally loving what you do in your life, I’m telling you lovetranscends the love behind it. They believe will be stronger.Nicely all this ago those stop shopping could drop it. Well itmakes you polls here right at the bottom right here, nice trynot to let the knees buckle out.Now do me a favor if thisis going to help you with the breathing smile. All right, I made that up thatdoesn’t really help the breathing but I want you to doit okay, yeah, a nice job. I can do something reallyreally really cute stay with a 3 to want to slow things downone. >> The 2, 3, >> For notice, the weight isback in the heels right, you notice the need never beenthrough and notice my added to come feeling, good on tell you,I’m feeling good about doing something good or right.Everything I’m doing right now is going to make me strongerwhy a my bad about it. This go. Stay with it. The go ahead and make you. There you are there you got tohave the eye of the Tiger yeah with its eye on a sprainedright and its prey being the highest version of yourselfthat’s what I want for you. I want to see the highestversion of yourself and don’t you take your eye off of youdeserve this. You deserve this work out.Here’s what I want you to do. We’ve got warmer moveeverything to do the exact same ocean but we’re going to do itin a bridge position right. But before we get there. Go ahead and do me a favor dropin low. A nice push the way back inheels and hold it, we’ve got a staticcold. Now listen sometimes in life, the hardest thing to dois to be steal one of my favorite quotes is be still andknow all right you got to be still and know that somethingis working on your side even when you’re not moving likeright now if you’re looking for maximum muscle growth, staySteele tried any type of static whole miss him, I thought theburning too but that’s what I’m here for come up in the 10seconds you got this we’ve got this she got this he got this,however that’s goal 5 fury, to move number one baby like Isaid we only got 10 minutes so shocking say we only have 2minutes, we have to.Take those calls down re juststraight up that’s getting here we go. The death toll. The Dow oh wow, yeah, nice downhere is the thing a stronger glue equal stronger back stronger needs are right.So really really think about that even though the primary.So we’re working our glutes I want you to focus on keepingevery a cage down and squeezing the core right, nice to get.Down, let’s pick it up just a little bit. Nice, you’ve got a bridge in a trapand wo come or you are. >> I know you’ve got more inyou if you’re not moving to the be OK as long as you’re movingremember that Walter told you this movement is in Madisonright. Go ahead and get your healing right now all right,you are you are ready to mix things up watch a boy it’spolls.So same exact thing would do inthat squad, we’re doing now polls. And drive nice. I give you a second to enjoyit. Guys first of all thank you somuch for showing up not for me, but for yourself and try to you drop below, you’ve got a baby. A nice drop this go, let’s go.Nice shot don’t give up on meand I will not give hope you keep it up we’re almost therewho said you couldn’t get a great workout in 10 minutes,not Walter camp, I never said that okay as long as you’removing you doing baby next go nice off stay with me a fewmore seconds here. Nice all right now let’s slow thingsdown. If you remember this the men will be floated downnice.Same exact the you want to milk a day you want to thinkabout Pearl under would be here right in coming all the way upwhen you come a lockout and didn’t really use. >> The yeah yeah you go youfeel that that’s called everybody be we’re almostthere. Walter camp, a k a the buoybuild I’m serving it to you right now you all.>> Release it released arelease really feel. >> Now curl curl push push pushpush push push. Now relieves nice now to see if you reallywant to level up you can always that way you always have a wayto I guess always a way to level up around here that’s ourmotto at obey you can see the level of where you can keep ithere with me. We all that really fit. A nice. Take it slow, I knowsometimes it’s a lot to slow down. But tell me it’s worthit. It’s worked. Let’s go. Take the time you are easy comeeasy go you want to take your time with the right not to sayit is in nobody’s told you today, I’m telling you now, I’mso proud of you, I’m so cloudy you let’s go nice job. StayWalter. Shopping local. Nobody movenobody gets hurt you got this, nice free all the way up allthe way up all the way up nice about 20 seconds left here.I know you feel like you’ve been here for everybody to havenot all right keep your focus me and let the body do what hedo they.That here we go, listen this is the person atall to what you already do or if you just press the time willtell you 10 minutes to really really get you I got metogether when I saw a guy 4, 3, 2, 1,alright young human with next building. That’s writes that acold morning grab that the push it up lockouts we court job tobe okay, I’m gonna go ahead and bring my eyes right in front ofme nice try not to argue back family all right. This is a great moment for youto maybe close your eyes and may be manifest something likemaybe see yourself getting through this work out with asmile on your face. Maybe you see your highest selfmaybe you see your stronger self what you see it in yourmind because if you can hold in your mind you can hold in yourhand do not give a lockout.Lockout and would not saylocked out I’m not only talking about physically. I’m talkingabout emotionally. I’m talking about spiritually I’m talkingabout mentally locked out we do not budge, do not let themknock you down not but you’ve got this say, yeah I got this10 minutes I can do this Walter, I know you can’t babyhearing to one take you love all right, y’all. We have ourfinal push arrived, I final push is the natural bridge,you’re right we’re almost done. I want you to Bridget up 15times as fast as you can go go go wide 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,10, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, hold it NY. I love you all 7 that’s my favorite number 6 let’s go. In for them doing this for you to every member that yournumber one at all times nice going to take the legs out. >> Graveyards up to use thecourt to rise up all right y’all into next time just theybelieve we had Bay we’re rooting for you peace. here we go, let’s start withthe hips go ahead here, take that hit right there thisopening have some nice and easy repeating it on the right sideopen nice, we’re going to it’s the left 2 more times the rightto left writes something less and you’re right all right nowwe want to take it down right using the elbows to push inthese outer eye.Now go ahead and do Daddy, a favorite justrock side to side a nice shot is open those ramps up that’sgoing to help you so much how y’all feeling, now’s a greattime for you to take a deep breath and and let it go. It’s so go aheadand take care of right Paul touch the floor, the oppositehim is on the right, the opposite leg completelystraight if you want to make sure that needs directly overthe toll now let’s squeeze that core nice. Now do me a favor in stray inboth ways and send the noles to the release the head. If you’regoing to get a nice fish throughout that hamstring hedoesn’t feel so good in theory. We too. When you write thatdown here we go now want to turn over in it up right usingthat same elbow to push day me out that we’re going to switchsides using that officer double to get me out everybody go intothat highlights wants more right so go ahead and turn itaround one hand on the floor, one hand on the knee.Facilities straight.Nice is another moment for youto take a deep breath and the ice takes now. All right well, it is stray inboth legs really thinking. To let’s go ahead and bring youto the front nice and slow. I want you to release the headwhile you’re in this position, nice go ahead and take theheads wrapped them around the ankles and cool. Nice. We hadbeen to me slowly. Relax. When you come up remember whoyou are and most importantly. Remember who you are nice andeasy all right bring those >> A nice we’re going to repeatthat again starting with that speed and. have opened or rotate them leftwithout him, nice and we’re going to rotate that rightabout now want to go ahead and switch it up for you and I wantto bring the heat and okay and so set up play yourself in thenow enroll take that hit been nice to go ahead it will taketheir right hip and then left it being student now rightnice.Now left nice now you should feel a little bit morewarm than you did before everybody P that same hipopener using the elbows to push the knees out go ahead andbring your hands to a prayer position, a rock side to side has anybody ever told youthey’re proud of you today. I want to say I’m proud of youfor showing up or I go ahead and cool it down not onlyphysically but mentally take a moment.Nice. One same exact thing butinstead of the high Plains we’re going to drop the need tothe floor right taking the palms and placing them on topof the and I want you to slide in his foreword you feel thatthat’s you say young me. This is the yummy met the youngnow just breathe here 14 seconds the 10. 70’s so good 6. Remember you number one at alltime push it back to you come right back up the switch. I tried to push it there you gocan you say, I mean this day young method there yougo you feel that try to keep those hips completely squaredon’t let the rib cage expand down to me a favor move that.Attorneys and push it back nights.Released ahead as youcome down if you will Knights go ahead and take theirright need right on down you want to go into a child’s posepushing the hands out saying the hips back every leasing thehead. I like to call thissurrendering to the body nice. 9. 7, 6, 5. >> Siri to this come to allfloors that holes underneath down dog walk to heads to backbeen than me slowly rolled up and then down there you haveRick Walter camp from obey is rooting for you.>> If you want some sauce,yeah, all right was come on down. >> Sometimes mistakes can turninto the best thing, especially when cooking. >> All right give me a gooddirection that my dear that’s what I’m talking about. >> My name is Stefan the armand my nickname is the reverend I like to say really rev. I was a bit of mobile Alabamawhen they decide to move back to Charleston. My father had been back andforth in the hospital and when I came to visit. I really sawhow my mom’s condition was as far as the site he’s legallyblind. But she cooks she bakes gets a little tough, but it’sstill pretty much got to do what you gotta do.I joined the Coast Guard righthere in Charleston. And I retired in San JuanPuerto Rico. One 80 place is a homeless shelter here inCharleston South Carolina. Little did I know that it wouldmeans so much to me and become such a different every part ofmy life when I got you I didn’t have the funds to come in andget a place pay first month say come and deposits and all ofthat. So I talked to him via socialworker in Alabama. And they told me if you could put your pride aside.I can get to a shelter. I said whatever it takes for meto get home my parents. I was blessed to be able to goto the veterans dorm this place have saved my life and manyothers being homeless is a different animal. It’s not pleasant. You can sleep with one eyeopen. So being homeless, you don’tget the rest of your body needs you to be able to be successfuleven productive and life.One anyplace has many greatprograms, including the Cone a program that I went throughwhich led to why we’re here now. >> So my job is to take thetrainees that come through the program and give them a crashcourse in how to behave in a kitchen, how to work in akitchen, how to survive in the kitchen and turned that intoviable income.>> Sheriff, thank you to pre wehave a friendship in a bond of the last a lifetime, Southern. >> Hospitality to its truestmeaning would be something I would use to describe Stephens,just making everyone feel special that walks into a room. That’s my girl, I’ve always loved to cook. I used to hang around my mother my grandmother and I loved it. He is the reason this programworks he’s somebody I talk about it every orientation nowfor every news cycle.When I sat down with them, I tell themabout Stefan and how he came in and took this opportunity tohand it was with all you needed to really change his life. >> I was introduced to trial soone 2. Just right before I graduated from the program.So it was new and exciting to me I was looking so forward toit. Angie give us specific instructions. Local volunteer and work forsomeone who is local. Here’s your opportunity to getyourself a job and that’s what we did. I remember the event was calledtoasted and it was nothing but barbecue and I walked up, Ididn’t notice the signs that smoke, I looked at the menu andI said I’ve been here before. >> We were sitting right nextto the band and the band kicked on and off the pond lit up Istarted swaying and clapping and he had his black chef couldhis white undershirt and I said Sir you’ve got the spirit.I’m calling you the reverend and you’re coming to work, it’snot barbecue. So we hired stuff on on is thesteward and we don’t call people dishwashers here atsmoke, we call them Stewart’s because we expect a lot moreout of a person than just washing dishes after a fewmonths he worked his way up to sue Scheff and one of our pitMasters and we’ve been with them ever since so one day Iwas in the kitchen.>> And I started prepping to dosome court brand but I reached into the walking cooler grabsome buttermilk the den Noah grab heavydrinking. >> So so important in the mix,a stand mixer I let all know rolling camera what happened asa man I messed up and is it. There’s going to see what itdoes. >> Well on the whole it cameout a little bit high it came up more moist. It was goldenbrown like wow. We passed for without a bodykick it Out’s it will not be going service. And everyoneloved it it really is delicious moist. >> And cornbread nuts, afantastic. >> That gave rolling idea of heand I go into business. And now we have the revenue from Britcome. I can honestly say that mistakein the kitchen turned out to be somethingthat’s life team. And I found out that I’d beteaching a class at this year’s top 10 wanted to do. It was mind boggling the poor you came from the coreyet now.>> I want to do that and youdon’t have any you know >> for the people attending thetrial to learn from the event paying good money. Then the pin money see me orhave me to tell him something it’s it’s amazing have beenstates that can’t believe it. >> We want to do today andwe’re going to go down to stop we’re going to feed thehomeless. It just goes to show you there’s nothing wrong witha mistake.It’s it’s it’s amazing what happens in thisstory, it just just down right >> They took. An interestingsituation made even better situation and now it isdefinitely want to be helping people and get them back. >> Without hope you don’t haveanything one 80 place gave me hope and Avenue because de la Huertahad to with my parents to do something and I really lovewhich is cooking it was a relief, you know it was my safehaven you see people did 7 fashion something that I’vecreated this one the best feelings of they reflect on what I’m doingI think about my parents just take any child they want theirparents to see them succeed, but my mom and say you keepdoing what you’re doing. It gives me a sense of pride Iswell with pride is to see the smile. The face and it was agreat feeling it was a great feeling. interesting races well and thatthere’s an easy time population and people who were housed in away that is not sure at all I have some sympathy and sadnessfor younger president me and that I never stood a chance.I have no way of knowing that life could be better.Thestresses them a lot of hard to coordinate or grass rootsfundraiser for success. First incarcerated that is a 13where I was sentenced in California the board. I thoughtthat know that your question at that age was just a part of ourlives was doing things I care about was whether or not Iwould actually get to go home so this is some stop I I waswas going on on this. >> Beginning at age 15 Rashidwas in and out of prison ultimately receiving an 18 yearsentence for armed robbery part of that time was spent at theCalifornia men’s colony in San Luis Obispo where he applied tobe a caregiver for other incarcerated man with dementiaand Alzheimer’s. >> So my work with all timersand amounts of assistance they can work. I set off if I wantedto get this type of work. I was you have what’s called asingle cell we refuse to sign we worked on 4 to 5 guys on ourcase from the time that they got. So this time they went tosleep with the system every day as a whole but I was sittingthere helping another grown man.Thank himself. And I thinkthat person watched of private stuff like that and so it’sit’s not for everybody the So I’m not worried about myselfshe somebody else. >> In 2012 where she wastransferred to San Quentin state prison where he serve outhis full term. >> Us in Queens for the samereasons that I can do it shares of or or people with them andsaid all Saunders, I wouldn’t hurt. I but I didn’t know thatthis is going to be one of the most of the things that I lovemy son of the firefighter is secret are over 50. There’ssome individuals who are all my peers. Right to be doing CPR onsomebody that I was or saw In this sense of purpose. It will probably does that guydeserve a second chance, I’m certain that most of themand those guys well as to see but I do and serve more more than oneless service contests and I >> Those that don’t know me I I like watching, you know weshare a similar story. >> I first met Rice she I wantto say in the late 90’s and we were in new Folsom state prisontogether.I acted as a mentor for younger, incarcerate meanbecause early on builders within the prisoncommunity did me the same way so I see was this realinquisitive and curious kid to visual base, a steel sharpenssteel people short people watching him grow and mature isa man inside has been tremendously positive. >> This is like they areimportant because nobody knows better. Let thesystem impact is this is my purse. Sometimes we are right not tointervene and service like the fact that he was has been heretoday. So I got a little emotional. We know it’s a point in my lifeI’ve had people in the U.S.. I lost somebody and somethingis and it’s just as long.So much more. You could be andwhat we’re actually work. >> So I first of all times is asuspect in 2013. >> Where she met the foundersof planting justice while enrolled in the inside gardenprogram at San Quentin. >> And I said, I know I justdon’t know I was years but I’m getting ready to get out andthey said she would ever use us we’ve got and then they sent aletter on on that and so the president verify said, or onceI got up, so walk us and current president was the mostfrightening moment up. So that point in my life.This is period of time when people get out of the high riskperiod of time. And if we get people employment once they getout the chances of them returned back to prison.Those doubts, tremendously. >> Planting justice is workingto tackle recidivism rates in California by providing jobs toformally incarcerated people 75% of its staff has servedtime Rashid works with those who are just reenteringsociety, I know.>> Tasked with providing theresources and networks to people in our country and thenonce a month I hold some attendees circle with ourpeople that says no concession see where everybody is thatthis is what I hear sounds to Without this group I don’t knowwhat I’ll do. >> And they did and then therewas a fire at a minute over The matter. Well, it didn’t matter is whatI have that small chance that I owe somebody says so. >> Adults like the character Ididn’t see as an apathetic generation and we don’t careabout social issues and just on our phones all day. But inactuality then veered especially black organizers andactivists right now are using social media to organizemillions of people all around the world for this fall’s thatwe’re fighting for with his black liberation I feel that it’s one that builtthis country and pop Gen Z is not going to wait anymore we wedon’t have the watch and wait and more because our lives aredepending on our actions.My name is Maltese all I’m 20years old and I’m the president of black lives matter great inNew York and founder and CEO of my national campaign both 2000. I’ve been an activist anorganizer since the age of 12 years old so I’ve been in thegame for 8 years, I like to call myself a young veteran,sometimes I feel much older actually out. But I’ve been apart of many different after this organization and as achild I was always very intuitive always super superarticulate and outspoken, and a lot of times used to getme in trouble when I was younger because I just did notshut up.>> So and my mom even tell youlike ice rink newspaper it’s and I would tell my mom aboutthe current events that’s in the news at 5 years old so I’vealways been like very political even though I knew what itmeant to be political. >> New details in theinvestigation into the shooting death of Florida teen trayvonMartin the 17 year-old died from a single gunshot wound tothe chest fired from intermediate range, accordingto an autopsy report reviewed by NBC News. >> The FBI is gatheringinformation and evidence as part of a civil rights probe tofind out whether or not Martin was shot by George Zimmermanbecause he was black. >> So trayvon Martin’s casedefinitely was the first incidents of police brutalitythat I’ve heard or saw a camera but at 12 years old I wasstarting to be able to Anderson and what that actually meantand when I saw trayvon Martin’s case and what George Zimmermandid to him it was absolutely inhumane and I was angry and Icouldn’t fully articulate how I feel at the time but I knewthat I was angry and I had to do something and that’s when Icame up with the idea of holding the silent protest atmy middle school and I came to school with myhoodie on and a message taped to my bad do I look suspiciousand eventually I ended up being written up ironically by myhistory, teacher and the all the ally had throughout thattime was my math teacher and this woman literally risked herjob by marking down to the principal’s office with me insolidarity with her hoodie Owen.And we’ve debated backand forth with the principle for a few hours instead ofsuspending me my principle had been go home and have my caseready for him tomorrow. I looked at my First Amendmentrights and then I came across the case tinker versus DesMoines, which is short is a Supreme Court case thatestablished the right for students to peacefully organizewithin school grounds and that was the focal point of myargument, the following day when we went right back to theprincipal’s office in the morning.And I ended up winningthe case and when my teacher and I went to the cafeteria toget lunch, literally every single student in their headtheir hoodies on with the same exact message. My teacher and Ijust stood there and cried and that’s when I knew that beingan activist an organizer was my calling. >> The common things that I’vefaced is misogyny and ages and obviously racism. From otherwhite counterparts that happened to been a part ofthose social justice organizations and it wasdefinitely frustrating up until I came in contact with blacklives matter great in New York in 2016.Any titles I just want to dothe work and be respected and when I met the the formerpresident his name is hawk Newsome he immediately saw thepotential in me and really helped me amplify my voice inthe work that I do. >> Entirety of the 7 hours thatwe were diving down near Charlottesville, Virginia. Every thought was runningthrough my mind, I’m like what if I’m killed one of themarrested in a state that I’m not prom. It was just so muchanxiety and a lot of people acts what did you tell yourmother at the time and what I told my mom is I went. I wasgoing down to Charlottesville to protest against whitesupremacy. But I didn’t tell her that the KKK or neo-naziswill be there because I didn’t want to scare her and I’dalready made up my mind. I I had a feeling in my heartthat things weren’t going to go as well as we need.>> Hope for than the goalconsidering the circumstances, but I didn’t expect for anybites killed that day. Dozens of people to be injured,including me I did not expect court to get as bad as it did..

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