That is seventeen five – your half of the thirty-five thousand. Plus there’s an extra fifteen in there, it’s all yours, you’ve earned it. We made a deal. That’s right. Because I think that we can do business together – we came to an understanding. Take a look at the money in your hand. Now just imagine making that every week. That’s right. Two pounds a week, thirty-five thousand a pound.
Look… I feel like I’m running out of ways to explain this to you but once more, I shall try. This fly is a major problem for us. It will ruin our batch.
And we need to destroy it and every trace of it, so we can cook. Failing that, we’re dead. There’s no more room for error. Not with these people.
That is seventeen five – your half of the thirty-five thousand.
Plus there’s an extra fifteen in there, it’s all yours, you’ve earned it.
Because I think that we can do business together – we came to an understanding.
Take a look at the money in your hand. Now just imagine making that every week.
I have been waiting. I’ve been waiting all day. Waiting for Gus to send one of his men to kill me. And it’s you.
Who do you know, who’s okay with using children, Jesse? Who do you know… who’s allowed children to be murdered… hmm? Gus! He has, he has been ten steps ahead of me at every turn.
And now, the one thing that he needed to finally get rid of me is your consent and boy he’s got that now. He’s got it. And not only does he have that, but he manipulated you into pulling the trigger for him.
No! You don’t even believe that! Gus has cameras everywhere, please. Listen to yourself! No, he has known everything, all along. Where were you today? In the lab?
And you don’t think it’s possible that Tyrus lifted the cigarette out of your locker? Come on! Don’t you see? You are the last piece of the puzzle. You are everything that he’s wanted.
Saul, Saul… this man that we spoke of before, this… this person that you said could… could disappear me, get me a whole new life and make sure that I’m never found. Yeah I need him, Saul. Gus is gonna murder my whole family. I need this man now. Saul… now, Saul!
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Blog, KC Blog, News / By JCA / December 5, 2022
with content from Innerbody’s Resources for Family Caregivers, by Katie Kottemann, MA, PhD The Senior HelpLine resources page continues to gather web-based advice and assistance to serve older adults and their caregivers in our community. The latest addition is a guide for family caregivers. A family caregiver takes care of an aging, ill, or disabled …
KC Blog, News / By JCA / December 2, 2022
Fraud cases have skyrocketed over the last few years and scammer tactics continue to evolve, making it increasingly challenging, yet crucial to keep up. Our free watch anytime webinars provide you with information and tips to help spot, avoid, and report common scams, as well as resources to help if you’ve experienced fraud. We’ll explore …
News / By JCA / December 2, 2022
by Suzanne Pollak, JCA Senior Writer/Editor Aging is hard enough. Now imagine going through it without those who used to be closest to us – or for that matter, alone. That is what is happening to some members for the LGBTQ+ community who were shunned and scorned after they came out. Times have changed. Same-sex …
Montgomery County Recreation fitness passes will be free for Montgomery County residents in 2023. Starting Jan. 3, 2023, the free pass will provide access to fully equipped fitness rooms, open gym (drop-in) activities and game rooms at any recreation center during regularly scheduled hours. “We are pleased to be offering this service free to our residents in …
KC Blog, News / By JCA / December 1, 2022
by Debbie W. Sokobin, Next Chapter Concierge I spent most of my life (yes, really most of my life) trying to separate from my mother. I was an only child until I was almost four years old when my brother Josh came along. He was then followed by my youngest sibling, Jon four years after …
KC Blog, News / By JCA / November 29, 2022
Olney Assisted Living offers virtual programs providing insight, education, and support for professionals, families and those caring for someone affected by memory loss. The programs are set up as virtual support groups or presentations by professional in the memory care space. >>View upcoming programs
The Thriving After 60 (TA60) community is dedicated to keeping its members mentally and physically healthy—and having a good time in the process. You’ll have the opportunity to meet like-minded friends at our interesting events and workshops, which focus on supporting the changing health and wellness needs of those over 60. One day you could …
KC club, News / By Suzanne Pollak / November 18, 2022
Book Details His Mother’s Alzheimer’s Diagnosis and Decline *In memory of Susan Hoffman, Wayne Hoffman’s mother, we are reposting this story. Susan Hoffman passed away on November 17, 2022. Tablet Magazine Executive Editor Wayne Hoffman, whose mother participated in both Jewish Council for the Aging’s Kensington Clubs and Misler adult day care centers, gave an …
Blog, News / By JCA / November 17, 2022
With Thanksgiving approaching, many families are planning to gather and celebrate with a wonderful sense of gratitude for being able to spend quality time with one another. It is common for these gatherings to alert family members that an older relative is facing a decline in mental or physical health or complaints of struggles with …
Blog, KC Blog, News / By JCA / November 10, 2022
by Sally Pessin I met with a client (“Rick”) who was a helicopter pilot. He insisted that he would be better off taking his Social Security (“SS”) benefits before his full retirement age of 67. He believed that if he claimed his benefit early, at age 62 and invested the money in the stock market, …
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