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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.
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 / By JCA / February 23, 2024
by Tiffany Shubert and Rebecca Elmitt for National Council on Aging Anyone of any age or ability can get stronger and improve their balance. And staying strong and having good balance are especially important for older adults. Why? Because staying strong and practicing balance skills are critical to managing your fall risk. The stronger your …
Blog / By JCA / February 20, 2024
From our partner, Buried in Work This guide is also linked on our Resources page. Overview of Jewish End of Life Traditions Jewish end-of-life traditions are deeply rooted in history, religious texts, and cultural practices, reflecting a profound respect for life, the dignity of the deceased, and the process of grieving. These traditions offer comfort …
Uncategorized / By JCA / February 20, 2024
Tune in to a new episode of Keeping The Well in Well-thy | Supporting a Loved One Diagnosed with Dementia with Susy Elder Murphy, BA, CMC Dementia manifests in a variety of ways. In its early stages, it can be easily mistaken for mere forgetfulness or the natural aging process. However, understanding its root causes can …
KC Blog / By JCA / February 19, 2024
From the African American Health Program Attend one of these empowering events focused on Alzheimer’s & Dementia Awareness and Fire & Safety Tips. The collaboration between AAHP Aging Subcommittee and Montgomery County Fire & Safety aims to boost safety skills and offer support to families and individuals affected by Alzheimer’s & Dementia. Refreshments will be …
KC Blog / By JCA / February 16, 2024
by Connie Chow for DailyCaring Seniors with dementia might make terrible accusations “You stole my wallet and all my money!” “You’re keeping me prisoner in my house!” “You’re trying to poison me!” Seniors with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia commonly accuse the people closest to them of theft, mistreatment, or other terrible things. While cases of true abuse do exist, …
Webinar announcement from CaringMatters Join CaringMatters for an important webinar to learn about Alzheimer’s and dementia, free resources from the Alzheimer’s Association and guidance on how to compassionately connect with people experiencing cognitive change.Long-time CaringMatters volunteer, Carolyn Schick, will share insights from her 23-year journey as a caregiver for her parents and how a special …
Blog / By JCA / February 15, 2024
by Wendy Helfenbaum for reworked Remember “quiet quitting”? Well, it’s shifted into a “quiet return,” according to a recent Pew study. A growing number of older workers have been heading back to the office since the pandemic, in some cases in search of bridge jobs to combat the effects of high inflation, while others are being …
Blog, KC Blog / By JCA / February 13, 2024
by Cassidy Doyle and Britney Veal for NCOA Are you interested in having your cognition assessed? You are not alone—AARP found that over half of US adults have indicated wanting a baseline cognitive screening, but many have never requested one. Below are some resources to help you get started on requesting a cognitive screening at your …
Blog / By JCA / February 5, 2024
by Shea Corti for the SHIP Blog Your Medicare coverage and costs can change each year, so it’s important to understand and review your benefits. Here’s an overview of what’s new in 2024. Medicare Part A covers inpatient hospital services, skilled nursing facility services, home health care, and hospice. Most people don’t owe a premium for …
News / By JCA / February 1, 2024
The January 25 Washington Jewish Week featured an article about the Kensington Clubs art show. From the article: “The art display, which will remain up for around a month, includes a curated selection of the work completed by the program participants over a six-month period during their time at the JCA’s Gaithersburg location. Participants go …
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