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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.


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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.

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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.

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That is seventeen five – your half of the thirty-five thousand.

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Plus there’s an extra fifteen in there, it’s all yours, you’ve earned it.

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Because I think that we can do business together – we came to an understanding.

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Take a look at the money in your hand. Now just imagine making that every week.

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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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Sensory Gardens’ Health Benefits for 50+ Adults

Blog / By JCA / June 11, 2024

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By Sandi Schwartz, AARP Sensory Garden Ideas to Stimulate Your Senses and Delight Your Soul Taking time to stop and smell the roses offers health benefits for 50+ adults When our senses are not functioning properly, it can make life more difficult and put us at risk, such as when being unable to hear on …

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The Heartbreak and Hazards of Alzheimer’s Caregiving

Blog, KC Blog / By JCA / June 11, 2024

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by Dasha Kiper for Scientific American and the Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative The vast majority of caregivers know full well that their spouses or parents are ill with Alzheimer’s, yet they still behave in ways they know are counterproductive: arguing, blaming, insisting on reality, and taking symptoms personally. Reasonableness is hardly our brain’s first priority. The …

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Caregiver Training: Wandering

KC Blog / By JCA / June 10, 2024

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from the UCLA Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Program This training video is from the UCLA Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Program Training series on Wandering (for those approaching or in the middle stages of dementia).  It’s a perfect topic to revisit during National Safety Month. Not every person who has dementia will wander but nearly everyone living …

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Introducing the JCA Executor’s Guide

Blog / By JCA / June 4, 2024

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Preparing a will is widely recognized as an essential, responsible step in caring for our loved ones after we pass. Through a will, we can specify the distribution of remaining assets and secure our legacy. However, for those tasked with carrying out our wishes—the executor—the process is time-consuming, complicated, and expensive. The JCA Executor’s Guide …

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May ’24 Senior Resources Guide: All You Need to Know About Oral Health

Blog / By JCA / May 30, 2024

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Do not neglect your oral health is the strong message from the latest Senior Resources Guide. Not only can it hurt a winning smile, but problems with your teeth and gums can lead to other serious health issues, especially if you end up favoring soft foods and don’t get the nutritional benefits of fresh fruits …

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Aging in Place – The Role of Villages

Blog, KC Blog / By JCA / May 29, 2024

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What is a Village? Villages are a local, volunteer-led, grassroots organizations that aim to support community members who choose to age-in-place.  They foster social connections through activities and events and coordinate volunteer help at home using neighbor helping neighbor model. There are close to 200 villages ​es in the nation and around fifty in the DC …

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Why Only 1 in 6 Americans with Hearing Loss Wears Hearing Aids

Blog / By JCA / May 28, 2024

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by Cara Everett, MS, RDN, LDN for the National Council on Aging Hearing loss is a common condition in older adults, affecting 68% of Americans in their 70s and 90% in their 80s and older. It not only limits a person’s ability to communicate, but also increases the risk of significant health conditions, like dementia, depression, and anxiety. In …

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It’s Not Your Parents’ Retirement Anymore

Blog / By JCA / May 26, 2024

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by Kate Ashford for the Beacon Now that retirement spans more years than ever, you might need to rethink how you envision that stage of your life. Although Americans are retiring a little later than they did 30 years ago, they’re also living longer. Retirement isn’t a blip on the life radar — it’s a …

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Creating a Skills-Based Resume

Blog / By JCA / May 22, 2024

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from the Center for Workforce Inclusion A competitive job market means it’s critical to put your best foot forward, starting with writing a great resume. The most common resume format is chronological, which doesn’t always highlight the diverse skills that older workers and people with non-traditional backgrounds offer. Opting for a skills-based resume instead allows …

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Senior Care Referral Site Omits Neglect Findings

Blog / By JCA / May 22, 2024

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A May 16, 2024 article in the Washington Post, Senior-care referral site ‘A Place for Mom’ stays mum on neglect, exposes the popular search site, A Place for Mom, as a paid advertising site. While their homepage claims “unbiased recommendations,” interviews and records show skewed testimonials and overlooked violations. The Post reviewed inspection reports and …

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