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Pierre Vallee - Trois Rivieres, Quebec, Canada - French (Global Lives Project, 2013) -15:00:00 - 15:29:59

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— Ah, yes, with the pollen in the spring, the dust from . . . . . . the dust from the trees builds up on the cars and they have to be washed often. but . . . it's really unusual for me to wash two vehicles in one day. I thought I'd have more time to do the motorcycles too then . . . waiting for the kids, but I ran out of time for the motorcycles. So I decided to concentrate on the trucks. Two in one day, that's really something. It's ? to be pressed for time ? places, for example. For some, it's a necessity. For me, well, it's more like a break. Next Tuesday um . . . ? they . . . ? . . . to school? — What? —? they . . . ? . . . to school? — Yep. Do you want . . . ? — What? — Do you want . . . ? — Is that right? — Yes. Is this some sort of, some kind of news segment? Is that it? — Twenty-four hours in the life of Pierre Vallée. — Ah, ok. He enjoys being interviewed quite a lot. The neighbors, they already ? . . . preparing everything for the twenty-four hours. The black canvas doesn't look so good with the pollen, it really stands out. A thick layer of yellow pollen dust, it's not too stylish. But a truck, it can get a little dirty, right? A truck? — Yeah, but uh . . . ? trucks with less and they have [spots/tasks] that are just as light as . . . ? . . . I use . . . I use the, the truck more like a ? vehicle. For years I've been transporting heavy loads. When I go to the chalet I bring the quads and the motorcycles or the supplies. That's what these vehicles are for. I can put a quad in the back of the truck and two more in the trailer and I'm off in one trip. Pickups aren't so great when it comes to . . . gas consumption. On the other hand, when it comes to, people don't know much about the compensating features of pickups - super comfortable, you can fit anything in them, they're uh Before making another ? the choice between a van and a pickup, I'd choose a pickup. Oh, that was left the last time. What makes a vehicle attractive? uh . . . the rate, etcetera? — Ah, there's not much interest in the same rank. if another person ?? trips. then those people go uh, they go . . . .? . . . for trips. There's another vehicle that's a lot more sporty, others that are . . . camping ??. There's as much diversity as . . . you find in all the, the levels of society in general. . . . ? . . . interests . . .? . . Ah, I see the boys! Hello! — Hello! — That one, he's a boy but he's not one of mine. . . . ? . . . Pacifique, come here! Pacifique! — Yeah! — Come here! Yeah? Do you want to introduce yourself? — Sure. — So, this is Joaquin. Joaquin is ten years old. He's my middle son. He's about to finish fourth grade. He's a super intelligent boy. He communicates . . . He has a special connection with animals. The dog is really his dog. It sleeps every night with Joaquin and the ? joins them. Jo has a love for all kinds of animals. — Well, pleased to meet you. — Any homework? — None, no homework. — No homework? — No more homework. — No more homework until . . .? — Yep. — All right, that's good. Fique, come here! — Yeah. — Come here. So, this is my baby, Pacifique. Pacifique is eight years old and he's in the second grade. Pacifique, he's, he's quite a cool kid, He lives up to his name. He's peaceful. Eh, he . . . ? . . . Pacifique, right? He's usually in a good mood except when his brothers ? him. — Right? — Ehm. — Pacifique, he loves fashion. The two other children, they can go to school dressed in pretty much anything. You could put a garbage bag over their heads, and they'd be ok. But Pacifique, if the shorts don't match the sweater or go with the shoes, He ??. For Pacifique, it all has to match, eh? — I'm Karen. — Karen? Ah yes, it's true, he hasn't been introduced. Karen and Patrick. — Hello. They're going to be with me until tomorrow. Ok? — And with you too. — And with you too, ok? This here, this is a friend. What's your name? — Joey. — Joey. So, Joey is a friend of Pacifique. He's come over to play with Pacifique after school. You don't have any more homework? — Um, — I have French and um um math . . . — A lot of math? —Yeah. — Well, Well, you can play . . . with the ? . . . ? . . . ok? The skateboard? What? — . . . ? . . . — You're going swimming? — Yes. — . . . ? . . . Give me fifteen minutes. I'm going to . . . ? . . . the truck . . . ??. . . My mother . . . ? . . . to/for uh, to/for . . . ? . . . — . . . ? — . . . that you call . . . my mom . . . ? She wants . . . ? . . . — Sure. Here, do you, do you want to call from this one? — Yeah. — I think I've got your number. — It's been . . . ? . . . for five years. — Uh-huh. I'm going to register your number as Joey (Pacifique). Eight eighty-two . . . fifty? — Yeah. — Here you go. — Thanks. — You're welcome. — Mr. . . . ? — Yes? — My mom wants to speak with you. — Yes, of course. Yes, hello? Hello. Very well, and you? Yes. Yes, yes. Ah, yes, of course, we never leave them .. . . ? . . . A quarter to five, yes. Ok, thank you. Bye. Joey, that's right, until four thirty-five. That's about one and a half hours. You need to be home at a quarter to five. Ok? Go and get changed, and uh, I'll be at the pool in about five minutes. The parents asked if uh there . . . ? . . . parental supervision. We never, we never . . . ? . . . the boys go, go swimming all by themselves in the pool . . . ? . . . There's an adult nearby, so. . . . ? . . . Hey, Joaquin, he's not going swimming? He's not going swimming? No? — . . . ? . . . that's a real bother . . . ? because that there is the . . . ? . . . . . . the ? . . . the vehicle with . . . and he's always arguing with me. I, uh, today I understand what he's talking about. The kids didn't go inside to change before taking a swim? Joey has to be home at a quarter to five. — You spoke with his mother? — Yeah, I spoke with his mother. And, uh, the ? and ? — Well, after those too if you want to supervise . . . ? . . . I'll get ready. — . . . ? . . . ? . . . — . . . ? . . . to eat at . . . It's . . . ? — It's the . . . ? . . . — I thought if you . . . ?. — Yes, yes, you can come on over, André. We're going to introduce André. André is the innovator who uh completed my construction, — Yes. — My gazebo in back, he made the little aluminum . . . ? . . . in the end. André, ? in a global project, — Ah, that's perfect. — Twenty-four hours in the life of a pilate. == That's great, that's really great. — . . . to give the . . . ? . . . — . . . ? . . . boat. — Ok. — in ? specialize in . . . ? . . . — See you, André. — Honey? — What? — . . . ? . . . the . . . ? . . . ? — Yes. — Yes. Are they on the ? . . . ? . . . — Ah, no? — No, no, no, — . . . ? . . . You don't have . . . ? . . . in/inside — No, but . . . ? . . . my new one at noon . . . ? . . . . . . ? . . . — It's not a big deal . . . ? . . . — . . . ? . . . . . . ? . . . Ah, . . . ? . . . to think of it. The truck is clean. We'll go out front to go prepare the . . . ? . . . We'll close this because we have a dog who tends to, to take little walks by himself. We have to run after him. — Ok. . . . ? . . . — . . . ? . . . — Yeah. — . . . ? — No. — No? [radio] You don't have any homework? — No. — . . . ? . . . — No more homework.

Video Details

Duration: 30 minutes and 1 second
Country: Canada
Language: French (Canada)
Producer: Karen Vanderborght
Views: 52
Posted by: globallives on Sep 30, 2013

Cleaning his truck. Talking on the phone with his wife. Presenting his neighbour and his youngest son and friend.

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