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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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Free Checklists, Frequently Asked Questions & Guides

Uncategorized / By JCA / April 3, 2024

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from our partners at Buried in Work Navigating estate organization and the tasks before and after a loved one’s passing can be overwhelming. These checklists and guides simplify these responsibilities, ensuring peace of mind during difficult times. >>View the guides listed below Checklists Estate Preparation 101 Checklist What to Do Before Someone Dies What to …

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Alzheimer’s Caregiving: Changes in Communication Skills

KC Blog / By JCA / April 2, 2024

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from NIH National Institute on Aging Communication is hard for people with Alzheimer’s disease because they have trouble remembering things. They may struggle to find words or forget what they want to say. You may feel impatient and wish they could just say what they want, but they can’t. The person with Alzheimer’s may have problems with: …

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Caregiver Self-Care: Why You Should Create a Caregiver Bill of Rights

Blog, KC Blog / By JCA / April 2, 2024

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by Susan Stiles for NCOA A first and very important step in self-care is to establish your own Caregiver Bill of Rights. You’ve gotten the checklist from your care recipient’s health care team on how to care for them. Now, it’s time to put down on paper how you want to care for yourself and …

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Ethical Wills

Blog / By JCA / March 27, 2024

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from our partner, Buried In Work While you’re likely familiar with the concept of a Last Will & Testament for handling one’s affairs after passing, there’s a lesser-known, yet equally impactful counterpart that doesn’t deal with material assets. Enter the world of ethical wills – a concept that may not be in your current life …

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Ageism in Health Care

Blog / By JCA / March 25, 2024

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by Ashley Milne-Tyte for NPR Ageism in healthcare is more common than you might think, and it can harm people Researchers and geriatricians say that instances of ageism – discrimination based on a person’s age – are surprisingly common in health care settings. It can lead to both overtreatment and undertreatment of older adults, says …

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How to Gain Guardianship for a Parent with Alzheimer’s

KC Blog / By JCA / March 25, 2024

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by Mary Ann Roberto of Always Home Connected Caring for a parent with Alzheimer’s disease can be challenging, especially as the disease progresses and their ability to make decisions for themselves diminishes. In such cases, gaining guardianship can provide you with the legal authority to make important decisions on their behalf. This article will guide …

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Early Detection Matters: 10 Signs of Alzheimer’s

Blog, KC Blog / By JCA / March 22, 2024

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by BriAnn Hill for NCOA There’s no one test that can be used to definitively diagnose Alzheimer’s disease. Instead, doctors use a combination of medical history, neurological exams, brain imaging, and other diagnostic tools to make a diagnosis with as much accuracy as possible. The approval of new therapies makes early detection and diagnosis of Alzheimer’s even more …

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How Art Sessions Can Help With Dementia

KC Blog, Uncategorized / By JCA / March 8, 2024

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by Mary Beth Flynn for Artfully Aging The Difference Between Dementia and Alzheimer’s—And How Art Sessions Can Help With Both As we grow older, our short-term memory starts to fade. We may forget the names of acquaintances or regularly misplace our car keys. In many cases, it’s nothing to be worried about—it’s a side effect …

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March ’24 Senior Resources Guide: Aging Gracefully, Positively, and Healthily

Blog / By JCA / March 7, 2024

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by Suzanne Pollak, senior writer for JCA, for the Washington Jewish Week Upgrades in modern medicine, housing and technology really are making life easier for older adults. There are more effective ways to deal with pain as well as improved methods to treat prostate cancer screen more effectively test for breast cancer. Realizing it is …

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Improve Your Personal Cyber Security

Blog / By JCA / March 6, 2024

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from NCOA Avoiding Scams and Fraud for Older Adults: How Older Adults Can Improve Their Personal Cyber Security The web can be a rich source of information, connection, and community for older adults—something that became even clearer during the COVID-19 pandemic. But as with any public space, you need to be aware of your surroundings. …

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