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'We the People' is the White House's theme for the holidays
"The White House is kicking off the holiday season with a theme aimed at reminding Americans of what unites them throughout the year. First Lady Jill Biden's theme is we the people saying that is always been the nation's soul. She is unveiling The White House's winter decorations, which include a copy of the Declaration of Independence and the massive gingerbread house with a sugar cookie replica of independence hall. There are some 83,000 twinkling lights, 77 Christmas trees, and 25 wreaths hanging outside the executive mansion, about 50,000 visitors are expected at The White House over the holidays, including French president Emmanuel Macron, who will be honored Thursday at the Biden administration's first state dinner, Sagar Meghani, Washington.
Charlie Pierce on Gen Z's Voter Turnout in the 2022 Midterms
"Certainly, his approval rating has demonstrated by the results. Among young people is pretty high. Yeah. I have to say, that is the huge story of this midterm, isn't it? What was it? The 18 to 29. Forgiving student loans and legalizing weed would bring in Joe Biden. But it canceled out every vote over 65. I mean, that turnout among Gen Z was really extraordinary. Yeah, and I thought it was, I thought what I thought was really interesting was that people are news news outlets were counting up the votes cast on college campuses. Like I found out you found out that Gretchen Whitmer got 95% of the vote at the University of Michigan. Yeah. I think Chris, I think you're around moderate. They came out with what the count was among the Arizona state students. It was 96%. Yeah, that's true. I don't think I've ever seen that before. I don't think I've ever seen news outlets go try to get those particular numbers. Yeah, but only about 8000 out of a 50,000 student campus voted, so I don't know that. ASU that much. But still at least they voted. When they voted overwhelmingly for Mark Kelly, so every little bit helps.
Home for the holidays: Rockefeller tree arrives in NYC
"The Rockefeller center Christmas tree is up in New York City ushering in the holiday season but not yet lit up Spectators oh and all on the Plaza at Rockefeller center as the 82 foot tall 50 foot wide tree went up Saturday It comes from Neil liber wits queensbury New York property From what I can see it certainly made it down here very intact And I think it's going to look great once it's tough The Norway spruce was there for about 90 years The family donated it after the Rockefeller center Gardner scouted it The thought never crossed our mind that there was any interest in this tree I mean it was just there And now it's here and we'll be decorated with 50,000 multi colored lights and lit up on November 30th Julie Walker New York
Kash Patel: Adam Laxalt Is in a Strong Position to Win in Nevada
"What sort of outstanding what are you guys kind of expecting coming down the line here Yeah unlike Arizona which has like 500,000 ballots left tabulate or 300,000 Clark county Las Vegas We were totally up about 50,000 ballots remaining And with Nevada also does is election day drop offs for the first time ever They allowed that which means you can show up to the booth with your mail in ballot and literally drop it off Now numbers came in for courthouse master last night and shrunk salt Lee But based on our math and what's coming and what's outstanding of course has mass there has to run a 65% 35% spread on the outstanding ballots to catch and surpass black salt for the victory And we think based on where those ballots are coming in from her best numbers are already in which is why Adam continues to say like he did last night on Fox that he's in such a strong position And we believe he will be the next senator here
Gov. Ron DeSantis: More Republicans Than Democrats Registered in FL
"You managed to you and managed to with your policies and so forth I mean completely change things in four years I mean four years ago you won by what 50,000 votes or so Yeah so if you look back before I became governor the marquee race each every two years Rick Scott 2010 governor Obama 2012 president Rick Scott reelection 14 Donald Trump in 16 and then me and 18 Those are all one point races or less And that was kind of the norm in Florida politics We had almost 300,000 more registered Democrats in Florida than Republicans When I got elected well today we have 306,000 more registered Republicans than Democrats had a lot of people come that don't affiliate with a party but are with us largely because they were refugees from COVID lockdowns and they came to the free state of Florida So this electorate is going to be the first electorate that we've ever had that has a Republican advantage at all We've never had more ours than these in Florida history and to have 306,000 in just a four year period That's almost a 600,000 registration shift in favor of Republicans We've never seen anything like that A lot of that's migration Mark but honestly if you look at the number of people that go from D to R in Florida versus R to D we are converting so many more Democrats to Republicans than vice versa It's not even funny particularly in a place like Miami dade county
Chebet and Lokedi of Kenya win NYC Marathon races in debuts
"Evan chabet won the men's race in two hours 8 minutes and 41 seconds There was a scary moment when race leader Daniel Dana silento collapsed 21 miles in race officials say he's okay Chabet ran past him on the ground and said through a translator he felt bad for him but had to continue to race Temperatures in the 70s made it one of the hottest in November race history Sharon Loki won the women's division in her marathon debut 50,000 runners took to the streets for the 26.2 mile New York City marathon back to full capacity following the pandemic Julie Walker New York
Hug breaks wheelchair course record, wins 5th NYC Marathon
"The New York City marathon is back to full capacity for the first time since the pandemic with 50,000 runners on our 26.2 mile course through all 5 boroughs Sunday Daniel Roberts is running her 6th marathon and she says there's nothing like it The New York crowds are like nowhere else You know turning into Central Park When you're in New York you're like a rockstar The 55 year old thyroid cancer survivor running to raise money for research Her husband has cancer now That form of non Hodgkin's lymphoma is incurable So training and getting through the runs a lot was just being able to do something that he couldn't The marathon has 500 official charity partners last year close to $48 million was raised Julie Walker New York
We Need to Focus on Votes Not Polls Says Dana Goldberg
"Listen, I actually, I've not lost hope. I think that, you know, I was reading stuff about the polls. I know you talked about this in the last hour, but there are so many articles about how the polls are skewed in racist ideologies and how they're using as many polls as possible. So when the Republicans do lose that they'll be able to blame the polls. Look at the polls, the election was stolen. Right. Exactly. So there's that. And the youth turnout from what I'm seeing and watching some of the even sexy liberal family in their podcasts are saying that the youth are turning out numbers. They haven't seen before in Pennsylvania. 6 days before the election last midterms 2018. And then it was just over 12,000 votes in this year. It's 50,000 at the same time. That's the only thing that counts now. I mean, I think you're right, polls really are, you know, can be because I think as you were sort of implying Dana has sort of been proven that there are a lot of Republican funded polling that is skewing like the real average or whatever they call it. So our job is just to ignore the polls at this point, get as many people as we can give both their voting coalitions all over this country. I'm hoping that they're working.
Biden zeroes in on economic message as campaign winds down
"President Biden is focusing on the economy as he makes his closing argument before next month's midterm elections Hello Syracuse In congressional battleground New York the president touted his administration's economic progress citing microchip manufacturer microns planned to build a facility that will create 50,000 jobs It's a largest American investment of its kind ever ever ever in our history As voters struggle with inflation and recession fears the president got a boost with news the economy grew at a better than expected rate in the last quarter And although it may not feel like for everyone people's incomes went up last quarter more than inflation went up He says if Republicans gain congressional control the progress will be reversed Sagar Meghani Washington
"50,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And we have been already shipping this base system. We have already 50,000 cars already with the base system. Right. How critical is China to the growth story for your business? Do you see the business growing with pace in China, which is a really important global auto market. That when we look at the China, there were two attractive things there. One is the market itself. Now a market share in China has been going over the years substantially. But more importantly, we found that China is slightly more tech forward than the rest of the world. And we took advantage of putting our latest innovation starting in China, the system that I mentioned before with 11 cameras that's called supervision already shipped in China. And then generating interest with other OEMs, western OEMs, and in the past 5 months, we started getting significant attraction with the 6 OEMs already designed in to this base system called the supervision going forward from 2023 up to 2025. What about doing business going forward? We know about the trade restrictions when it comes to technology in China. Do you see the need to build new partnerships in that market? Now, we have multiple partnerships in that market. We are less concerned about our type of product. The IQ chip is not a supercomputer. It's not programmable. You're going to put it on a data center and write any code you like, it really purpose built to sit in a car with mobilize a code. So we don't see our chip at the forefront of export controls. So we are focusing on building a great product creating partnerships. Using the tech flow with approach to then migrated to outside of China. And it's proving itself quite successfully. I'm not you and I have been talking about this for years now. Do you really see a business where Mobileye makes money from true autonomy? When does that happen? When does mobilize start making money as a service provider, not just to maker of chips and system on chips. I don't know what has changed in our view in the past 5 years. It's not changed
Kari Lake: Arizona Does Not Want to Become California 2.0
"But I remember them trying to set up these little focus groups and I would get into arguments with the focus group and my campaign crew just eventually stopped because it became a waste of time And they were nice people It wasn't I have no ill will towards them at all But I think what happens Carrie and I think you've seen this as being that you're not a politician and you're from outside that ecosystem You know it's that old adage right To a hammer everything looks like a nail Do you find that too where you're like no I'm not going to say that that way about immigration It's illegal immigration I'm going to speak about it because it's a breaking of the law I'm not going to massage it and be cute about it You get that same experience Totally When we got into the general somebody on my staff that I didn't know it they were working on with the company to do a bunch of polling to figure out what people were concerned about in the general And I said well first of all cancel this we're not doing it We're not spending 30 50,000 on something so stupid We're not going to change our message in the general I know that that's what every other politician does I think it's phony Our message is great It was great in the general It's what people of Arizona want It solves our problem So just haven't been playing by the rules because a I don't know the rules and B every time I hear one of the rules it's counterintuitive and it doesn't make sense No it does the problems are in Arizona The people on my team have lived here We're a lot of the people on my team are regular people non Politico types who understand what's happening in Arizona We're losing our uniqueness We're losing what makes us Arizona We're seeing political elite trying to push us into California And we do not want to become a California two
Hurricane Ian strikes Cuba, Florida braces for Cat 4 damage
"Hurricane Ian has made landfall in western Cuba lashing the island with rain and winds as it swirls north toward the Florida coast Authorities in Cuba have evacuated more than 50,000 people ahead of what the hurricane center is calling significant wind and storm surge impacts But Juan Miguel Batista says he's worried workers work and he's a security guard so needs to head out whether there's lightning thunder or rain The storm made landfall in pinar Del Rio province where authorities set up 55 shelters sent medical and emergency personnel and took measures to protect food and other crops in warehouses in the tobacco growing region according to state media I'm Charles De Ledesma
Mickey Mantle card breaks record, as sports memorabilia soar
"The mint condition card sold for $12.6 million The card features one of baseball's most legendary players and eclipsed the record set just months ago when a shirt worn by soccer star Diego Maradona sold for 9.3 million The auction netted a huge profit for Anthony jordano a 75 year old New Jersey Waste Management entrepreneur who bought it for 50,000 in 1991 When he part of his is one thing but being able to take that journey with my family and my boys my grandchildren I mean it was amazing It's just a nation The card was one of dozens of sports collectibles up for sale by heritage auctions New York
Feds Seize Large Numbers of Fentanyl Pills
"So I had to zero heads, U.S. border agencies, 1.6 million fentanyl pills and a big rig Destin for U.S. cities, so the port director of a guy by the name of Michael humphreys tweeted in a huge tweeted a huge cache of drugs was discovered in an 18 Wheeler trailer for compartment. Agents in Arizona sees a mind numbing 1.57 million fentanyl pills, 114 pounds of cocaine that were hidden within secret compartments of a tractor tractor trailer. The vehicle was attempting to cross into Arizona from Mexico at the nogales port of entry when the customs and border patrol agents, why not they just say border patrol, where God takes take that back agent stopped stopped it for an inspection. So at this trailer rig had this truck not been stopped, you're talking about potentially thousands of lives. Guys, I think in 2020, approximately 20, 50,000 people died in the U.S. due to opioid overdoses and 2021, if I'm not mistaken, the number was approximately a 100,000, I believe slightly over and it says here there was no word if the seizure was a record breaking bus earlier this summer. They noted the unprecedented levels of fentanyl entering the country via the southern border. Thank you China and thank you Biden. Thank you, mayorkas, for the open borders, really appreciate it, killing Americans left and right.
The Menace That Is the IRS With Dave Bahnsen
"Educate our audience a little bit about the menace that is the IRS. Yeah, you know, Charlie, I work with high net worth investors for a living. My firm manages about $4 billion. And the people who are most aggressive at reducing their taxes are left leaning clients. They support the taxes. And then they will move heaven and earth to avoid paying them. The people that don't have the options to hire financial firms like mine and accountants and lawyers and so forth are middle class people. And so all of a sudden you have wage earners that maybe get certain money from Venmo in the IRS starts auditing how much cash they're receiving if they're Uber drivers and other things like that. Well, the IRS people are not the cream of the crop intellectually. Okay, this is just a fact. You don't become IRS agent because you're a brilliant businessman or businesswoman. But what they can make up for with talent deficit is more volume, more people. And that's what this bill seeks to do. It may end up only being 50,000 agents. I love that pushback right now. The Washington Post said, no, it's not going to be 87,000. But the Biden administration ran a report saying they could afford up to 87,000 more people. So let's say it's only 50,000, all that means is the rest of the money is going to be lost and thrown away in bureaucracy
It's Not Easy Being a Radio Star
"21 minutes after the hour America continue my conversation with the legendary Dodger broadcaster Vin Scully. And sky, how hard is it to get that first gig in broadcast? Well, again, fake play the hand. There was a lovely girl on the campus who was a friend of mine, not a girlfriend, but a friend named McGee, marguerite Clark, and marguerite said, I will type up letters and we'll send them out to radio stations, and I said, okay, let's start from Maine to Florida. And so we had a big book called a broadcast magazine, and it listed all of the stations that you addressed the East Asian managers name, et cetera, and she began typing up the letters, and we came to Washington, D.C., WTO, a.m. and FM, which is a 50,000 watt station. That's the major league. It doesn't get any bigger and brighter than that. So I said to McGee as we called her, McGee, we better skip that. That's too big a station. And to date the story, she said, look, it's only going to cost another three cents stamp. So we put a three cent stamp on this 50,000 watt station letter, mailed it off, and I received a lot of answers from other stations basically saying no job or listen pal. This is a big station and you're coming off a college campus station, which it was not. It was an FM station. But anyway, WTO P said please send an audition disk. So I sent a disk down containing the various bits and pieces of on air broadcast and the next thing I know I received a phone call and the phone call said we would be interested in meeting you, we don't hire anyone site unseen. So I went down to Washington or auditioned again live and got the job. That is
The New Biden Spending Bill Will Weaponize the IRS Against Us
"Return real quickly to this issue on the IRS before I go to how the left has trying to try to redefine terms and COVID and how the leftist systematically trying to destroy the working class and impart this IRS story that I'm gonna bring you has something to do with that and the New York Post reported it again. I'll reiterate some of the things that I've said, but 80% of new IRS revenue will come from the small businesses that are earning under 200,000. Now, some of you that might not be familiar with small business, you don't understand. Okay, a business makes 200,000. Oh my God, you think you think the employer makes 200,000? No, the employer doesn't. The employer hasn't paid employees. He hasn't played workers comp. He hasn't paid for material. He or she hasn't paid for gas. He or she hasn't paid for advertising. So that employer's business could be making $200,000 while that employer personally is maybe making 50,000. That's the way business works.
The Diabolical Ingenuity of Stacey Abrams
"I want to talk about the ingenuity, the kind of diabolical ingenuity of Stacey Abrams. Now, you know who Stacey Abrams is. She is the woman who has who lost the last Georgia gubernatorial election to Brian Kemp. She lost by 50,000 votes, but she said she didn't lose. In fact, she refused to concede, even when she did concede, it was kind of a non concession speech. So she appears to think that she is the governor. And now that Brian Kemp has won the Republican nomination in 2022, you have a rematch between Brian Kemp and Stacey Abrams, Paul so far seemed to have Brian Kemp pretty comfortably ahead. But I want to talk really about how Stacey Abrams deals with these kinds of situations, and she deals with them really by trying to rewrite the rules of the game. Now, Stacey Abrams is one of those characters who makes a brief appearance, although her role is not all that brief. In 2000 mules. If I remember she was mentioned, what was the honey? Just once, right? I think in the movie, where the police officer, who has been hired by the Senate Republican committee to watch that he mentions her and he talks about the Stacey Abrams people who are right there and the throes of the voting. Well, there's some interesting reporting. It's come from multiple sources, so there's no reason to doubt it. It's in Fox business, it's some CBS News. It's an NPR. And Stacey Abrams has a new scheme. Which goes beyond mules. And arguably, you need new schemes, the mules don't work if you don't have drop boxes anymore, or if the Zuckerberg money is now torpedoed or if people are watching the Dropbox as you gotta be creative. And Stacey Abrams is nothing if not creative. And look, I don't want to, I don't want to exaggerate the creativity because when you have the media on your side, you can do these schemes and you never get called to account for them.
Evacuees return to Donetsk homes as money runs out
"Tens of thousands of people who evacuated from eastern Ukraine are returning to homes close to the front line because they can't afford to live in safer places Evacuees disembark from a train at pod Ross including a man with crutches and a bandaged leg and a woman with their baggage The office of the tarmac estimates that 70% of those who evacuated are now coming home in the largest city of Kramer tosk and ours drive away officials say the population had dropped to about 50,000 from the normal two 20,000 but has since risen to nearly 70,001 pod ros teenager tells the AP I understand that it's very risky to stay here in town but if we leave nobody waits for us there Who will take care of us We need to earn money I'm Charles De
"50,000" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors
"A of a premium value for free so that you can then grease the wheels So that then they can do business with you credible. Brilliant any other major life lessons along the way for someone that's looking to their either starting or they're halfway through their journey any other major life lessons get forty years since two thousand transactions. You learn a thing or two well. The other thing that is is sticks out in my head is a i think sometimes seller financing people. People are sorta taught whether you're if you're at a real estate club or your own online and facebook in your in some network we sort of a little bit thank seller financing is for sub-standard properties and sub-standard all roars. You know we kind could get in our mind like well. Of course they had bad credit. That's why seller finance that. You know what i'm saying. Because he's limiting beliefs. We put ourselves exactly. So what i've learned is this. I've if i bought two thousand portfolios of notes i've looked at six or eight thousand portfolios So i tried to look portfolios. That i didn't buy and figure out what was wrong. Want what what went wrong with their strategy. It meant that. I wasn't even willing to write a check and buy it Here's what i've learned. I don't deal in any form of sub-standard real estate right. I don't deal in mansions. Necessarily but i don't deal in sub-standard so if it's really if it's high risk neighborhoods or you know if it's land you know. People are a lot of people owner financed lie. And or something like that. If it's undesirable land that people are not going to wake up and love not going to pay you for it. Those are those are patterns at us. All and so i learned that you start out with a good piece of property and then you start next with how to attract the buyer that you won't So if i was a bank. And i ran a an ad on facebook or whatever today and i said you know. We loan money to unqualified people. Then they'd be lined up out the door with people that my bank would not end up being a good way. They made loans to those people But if i said if you've been if you've been left behind and you're solid and you've got good down payment and we'll figure out a way to make it work for you just because you didn't qualify for an institutional mortgage today and so i learned that if you can stay in that mode you're you're solving a problem that the public needs sobbed and you're gonna wake up with a good bank you're gonna wake up with a bunch of people paying you back for a long time in the future. Used to deal do a lot of i've done a lot of land business also and with seller financing a lot of it and so i learned that A guy told me something he said. Eddie if you'll have these disciplines business will be good to you a long time in the future. Yeah don't settle. Don't rush.
"50,000" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"Mobile phone app when it gets updated and they let people know what's different the updated recently for i think it was and they spotted some code which refers to three new colors the color deep crimson multi coat abyss blue multi coat and mercury silver metallic. None of these colors outrageous like the bright orange ford mustang. Maquis or something. I'll probably be quite subdued quite closely. I imagine and what factories will provide them. Whether you think. Berlin new paint factory view you paint shop in berlin and you would say texas because again. It's a brand new facility with a new paintshop. Maybe not the threes in the wise coming out out of china or fremont spot will white and see he on musk's been talking about tesla releasing new colors but linked to the advance paintshop in gigafactory berlin illinois once said gigabyte. Lynn will have the world's most advanced paintshop with more layers of stunning colors that subtly change with curvature site that you got it looks like it will definitely be berlin. I would guess texas as well. Pretty safe guests on that elon. Musk saying the tessler is working on the steep crimson. Red which is his favorite color and it was also spotted on a model s body. The fremont factory elliott has year according to fred electric. Who said in this article but now we've learned of new colors coming tesla vehicles. Thanks to internet sleuths sleeping around the app updates up linked to electric to read the full article and to have a look at those colors. I think somebody's on a mockup of what they might look like next. It's all good having zero emissions guitao pipe and driving around on battery power. Maybe you charged on renewable energy as well from your own rueful but still making a car is not good. Generally for emissions still is one thing which requires a huge amounts of coal being used. Well an old steel mill is now getting a new lease of life in colorado. The company is going to be the first in the world to use solar power to make the steel. It's the ever as rocky mountain steel factory and yesterday a partnership with light source. Bp yes that's a bp unveiled the three hundred megawatt soda thumb seven hundred fifty thousand solar panels. Man that's that's a big order of solar panels seven hundred and fifty thousand solar panels as part of the everest property making the sale of farm the largest onsite solar project in north america dedicated to one customer. The project was announced two years ago.
"50,000" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Current roster of 50,000 employees already about 10,000 more than in 2020 money. Reporter Jason Brooks says Atlanta based UPS is adding 100,000 holiday hires. The National Retail Federation forecast $760 billion in holiday sales this year into it acquires Atlanta based mail chimp for $12 billion stock and cash. Male chimps in all in one digital marketing platform into it wants it to help grow small and medium businesses mail chimp has 1200 employees, most of them local into it. Plans to keep them all and mail chimp will remain headquartered here. The deal closes in January. WSB news time. 5 11 5 o'clock time to bring up to date on whether in traffic, Hurricane Nicholas will be impacting our forecast here in the next few days, making landfall in Texas overnight. Deputy West meteorologist Christina Edwards joins us once again Now when we say that we expecting the middle of what's left of Nicholas to come our way or just have an influence. I think the core is not going to quite come through North Georgia, and that's why I think the rain totals will stay on the lower side. But we'll of course, have a lot of that cloud cover spread over and of course, there's lighter rain showers moving and because it's moving so slowly, that means the rain sticks around and doesn't move very quickly. So enjoy the dry weather. Today Partly cloudy with a high of 86 for tomorrow high 80. We won. Mostly cloudy 40% chance of widespread showers and thunderstorms. And on Thursday High 80 mostly cloudy chance of rain 40% recapping The forecast for today. Enjoy that dry weather high 86 currently 70 degrees on Peachtree Street and WSB meteorologist Christina Edwards and what's happening now in the Morning drive, It's 5 12 years Doug Turnbull as you which it's got watching that South side construction zone out bounded Stockbridge just to let me know. But for now, 75 south at 6 75. It's right at that.
"50,000" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"50,000" Discussed on Side Hustle School
"In fact she hasn't done any paid advertising at all but our income continues to grow. How much money are we talking about. Well she is now projecting net income of one hundred thousand dollars per twenty twenty one. And here's a big lesson. Learned originally the risk thought going through the school districts would be the best and most efficient way to partner schools which makes sense right however she discovered there was so much red tape that it just wasn't worth it after going straight to the teachers instead. Her growth took off. Teachers and students are the best ambassadors active kids two point. Oh his changed everything for larussa enter family. It even gave her the financial stability to quit her teaching job. She knew it was time to leave her job. In may twenty twenty one about a year after starting because she felt secure in the business and also believed it could grow with more attention from her. She had also just had baby number three so now she can work from home and care for her new little one even at schools reopened in the future. The need for physical activity will continue and rizza has built a loyal following. She plans to keep on creating new content. That helps kids stay active amazing stories so fun. Congratulations to larisa. I always love hearing how teachers in particular can be so resourceful starting all kinds of projects and finding ways to adapt in the midst of challenging times a couple of things. I wanted to mention here. This part about louis still offers some pre classes on youtube and that's helped her to attract new customers. I think that is key to the success of the project in fact so i would be very wary of stepping away from youtube in a situation like this. I think it's very wise to build out that membership site and of course create the sustainable revenue but ultimately the business is going to continue to generate new inquiry interest and hopefully potentially members because of people seeing these classes on youtube So i think when you are favored by the youtube algorithm. It's a hard thing to kind of manufacturer just happens. Sometimes you want to take advantage of that as much as possible i also. Here's a fun fact. I learned this while working on the episode after graduating college before teaching fulltime the risk there was a professional beach volleyball player and also an actress. So no doubt. These skills have helped her in her new role both in terms of fitness and also performing on camera. So when you're trying to figure out what your idea is be sure to look at all your skills and consider how they might work together. Great case study great example. Thank you again. Larussa and listeners. I mentioned this earlier. Inspiration is good but inspiration with action is better. Today's show notes including links to active kids. Two point oh and anything else. I mentioned in the episode. We'll be at side-hustle school dot com slash. Seventeen eleven at as one seven one. One if you've got a comment or question for the show you can just leave out there as well side-hustle school dot com slash questions. Thank you for tuning in. I hope you'll come back tomorrow. My name is chris calvo. This is side hustle school from the onward project.
"50,000" Discussed on Side Hustle School
"On a friday afternoon in march twenty twenty high school fitness teacher. Louis maloney sat in a faculty meeting hearing how the school might go virtual as kobe. Nineteen swept across the country later that night. She received an email announcing that everyone will be doing just going entirely virtual starting on monday so they would need to figure some things out and fast. Fortunately as a teacher and mom orissa was used to thinking on her feet. She sat at her kitchen table and wrote up a plan on mondays. The kids would run a mile on tuesdays. They do arms and apps and so on but upon reflections. She crumpled up the plan because it sounded boring and she knew if it sounded boring to her would be all the more boring to her students so she came up with a new idea streaming workout videos on youtube. Monday through friday at nine. Am share these workouts with other teachers in our community. She started getting requests for other kids to join his well. She also posted on a forum specifically for pe teachers. When monday morning came around and she press play she started her warm up for fifteen kids. Not a bad start. She thought when she finished that up however she looked at the screen and saw the number was climbing. This was live on youtube and before long hundreds and eventually thousands of students logged on to work out with her at that first monday. How did this happen while it was partly because of those referrals. The forums but also the magic algorithm of youtube had discovered her the risks of continued online workouts every weekday at the end of the week. Even her own kids would join in for a fun. Active dance party as the weeks and then months of lockdown rolled on. She received emails from kids and teachers asking for shoutouts asking her to give shots to them in their school so she has done..
"50,000" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show
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"Oven. This is what i'm most interested in private. Yeah i mean. I don't expensive what they better bring something. Better break a cake on that thing. That thing as those things are expensive but something that you've got used to on in those travels that you're like fuck i gotta get back to that kashmir platter or or or even just like the hotel rooms or the is it the plane obviously a private plane is pretty amazing. He treat is pretty pretty first class. Yeah so so i mean. We didn't always fly. We one time when we need to do by we flow late food like business class seats that meant recline although back but But yeah like we would go. Into the lounges. Those that was cool. But honestly like the i i gotta say like of that stuff really matters was really the camaraderie. Nats like the fun thing. Because when i go travel by myself like i'm not bringing my openers with me yet. It's like a huge cost to do that. Sure so Just that camaraderie of like the the camera guy and i became really good friends. His name's yoda and hanging out with joe. He's cool the sound guy. The tour the guy who runs the tour super cool guy. So just i learned a lot from those guys like about this because i make videos me and the camera guy. We talked talk shop and stuff and so. Are you constantly doing with groupies. Because i feel like at horizontal level of that i mean just walking in here. Your neighbors woodley malone. Both neighbors have a chicken. Yeah heard like a rooster click new. Today i've never ever heard a rooster in this area and then somebody got a rooster because it was real. It was real real. The means that latinos are here man. Yeah means that means fresh eggs trying to keep them out for so long. Good you got a quarter set mexican in your president in your presence right now. My stepfather do people ever. I just got someone message me the other day. And they're like. I posted something being jewish and then guy message me and he's like we get your jewish. Wow what you don't wanna hear this juice shit anymore. The jewish. i didn't know go. No that's a weird meryl's very. I mean is very narrow heather heather and we is it true. That did you get your gear. Was your first gig about your bat-mitzvah or you bought your visit for bar mitzvah. Identify as a man. But i got the money that i made my bar mitzvah did spend on dj equipment. That's so cute. That's like such a dj. That i had on my so. He sold me his old setup and he. It's amazing he sold me like the worst turntable. I gotta say like that dude kind of rip me off but whatever. I don't know what he's doing. So many belt drive turntables. And if you know anything about turntables you would never want to use us for dj because they suck and escape so that guy. He wasn't thinking the boys or anything. No i don't think dj's anymore because of that because he's not a good person. Oh man and then you become a resident dj with all your friends. And so that's kind of how. I was like before napster. Oh i was the curator of hip hop in thousand oaks. Really so i was. My my step are my dad. My dad had a clothing business. He physician martha salesman. That is sh to salesman. Schmuck is yiddish for clothing racks for your justin does does right. But but so He would have had a clothing business and he would sell at the swap meets on the weekend. So we would sell this swap me called the rhodium and right down the way from our stand. Was this place called rhodium records. And that's where dr dre got his starts doing. Mix tapes and i would buy records from rhodium and money from what i would make it. This them bring records back two thousand oaks and play them in thousand oaks that is how hip hop spread to the suburbs. You're welcome you're well. Yeah shmatko aware from sh mata to rock where to rock aware. That's so interesting. I love no. I absolutely love. Jewish men do hip hop really. Well really yeah. Not thing is the three you. The beastie boys boys on there has to be one or two others. Who but he's more regular. we won't talk about. i talk openly. Because he's my only podcast guests. That i did not like at all you had him on. Yeah i had him on. When i was doing the podcast for the belly up for the auto. He was horrible to talk with really the only person i'd like everyone else that i've ever interviewed. I leave being like. I love them. I wanna be friends with them. And he was a sohar. Hey i didn't impression of once to his face really and what did he say. He said.
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"Life with the la but the echo park the echo park value. Or i don't know all right. She moved. She moved to bakersfield because she can afford a house there. I don't know i have no idea. I don't get to know your people. I don't know her. But i think she's awesome and she is just the way she responds. I'm like mom. That's how i love. She's thoughtful. She's like super like she. Probably could really like vibe with san diego young like maybe she grew up in bigger. So i don't know. I don't know maybe she will move here. I feel like her. Dad was in the military or something and she loved it. Here at camp. Pendleton you guys are going from. Abc really on cindy. You're going from asia. Cindy making guitars acidity all that makes me think of your of your of your audience like you do a lot of youtube stuff and you know. Youtube runs rampant with comments. You read the comments of your stuff. I'd probably read every comment. Yeah and how. How do you navigate through that because people are so bold when they they don't have to say it in person. Well you know the everyone always says like we only focus on the negative comments. I'd say most of my comments are positive. But yeah you get those negative comments but this is my theory is when you get a negative comment. It means it's a good thing because it's means it's reaching audience you never intended for So yeah i get negative comments. And i had just go and i have to tell myself. Yeah that's right native comment on winning. Yeah i'm not just talking to yeah. I'm not just talking to my people. I'm getting out there. That's a great way to think. Yeah do you feel like because i know you just went on tour with joe koi right and that was was that like the biggest because it looked as it from one to get army. Peaking at you. As i was like you guys were like flying on private jets and you were living the lavish life. I've never we went to australia new zealand. Hawaii that's not a country though like it feels like and we went to dubai. We went to canada. We went to tennessee Women everywhere everywhere zubaydah knoxville. But his venues are just like he's selling out like the forum twice while yeah he sold out twice chase center twice and he he's just killing it. it was. It was amazing. Because i've known him since he moved to la like around two thousand four or something like that and to see his growth and to see like how he treats people in it just was like not only like an amazing fun time but it was an education for me to see like how to do things on that level and it was encouraging as well because i his audience does got me right away and his is. It felt like i'm home. i'm. I'm performing in front of family. That gets me. It felt like ten thousand cindy's accepted you thousand seven. I'm gonna get me right off the bat and so what was really encouraging like okay. My audience exists My big huge scale audience is there. I just got to keep doing stuff that keeps me in front of them. Did you do wimbley or something. My crazy for wimbley stadium. Yeah no okay. You did some huge. I mean all the stadiums were big with. There was something that i was like. Damn this is crazy for the forum was probably thirteen thousand. Holy shit did it twice so you did your show like all by yourself to four for thirteen thousand people. Oh it was joe's show. I was opening right. But i mean but i mean you're up on for twenty minutes. Wow i think one of the shows was adam. Corolla was on it and then me and then. Gabriel iglesias made a tomatoes like stop by and the crowd went crazy and then on the next one. Tiffany haddish and tiffany is another. I mean gabe i. I started when at same time he did. I remember like doing shows at the ice house with him. Tiffany and i used to do the long beach laugh factory like almost every week together she would host the show and i would close the show and what we would do is she would at the end. We do a free style. And i was in boxing loop and stuff like that and then she would free style and then i would do. She would do like the verses. And then i do chorus in summarize what she said a lot of most stuff to watch old buddies. It was awesome again. Yeah yeah that's awesome so great. It was so cool. How good that. All of that happened before the pandemic short. That's the pandemic really. Yeah we were supposed to do radio. City music call all. Yeah we're supposed to do that was probably the big. He's still going to do it. I probably won't be able to do it but But yeah he in going forward his venues are just gonna keep growing and growing like he's doing like when we were going he'd do some arenas arenas are like the forum virtually ten thousand and now he's doing almost all arenas. We were doing some theaters. Some like march. There's so like for example. When i did san diego with him he was at the civic rate which is an amazing beautiful. I loved it. That was one of the first shows i did with him and that room is bananas. Like three thousand. So now he's doing he did like what seven shows there or something like that and then he's doing pechanga which is sports arena. He's doing it. I believe twice and it's really deaf. Leopard plays like. It's so funny to have crazy. Yeah that's the next level. Ten thousand yeah and the more. I saw one of my first concerts. When i was a kid. I was having a stroke. No no no. I haven't sorted when i was gonna say is yet. I think that's amazing that someone can sell out an arena like that. Yeah i also don't prefer it as a viewer really. And i was going to ask you what your feeling when you go see a performer. Right leg put yourself in the seat. It seems like an arena so detached from that intimacy right. And so i'll i wanna roomful of two hundred people or less. Yeah or or or even you know you see something like at the civic center. I it's a much smaller space right But it feels like you're right there. You can engage in that way. Yeah i'll say it. I can really only really only performer. But you know theaters are like they bring energy. The bigger audiences really bringing energy that that you don't get in a smaller room. Yeah you know There's one of the things. Joe told when you shoot your special. Do it in a theater because you as a performer. Get a much better performance. Because you're going to be jacked up on that audience. You know but yeah. They're the smaller. The smaller venues are good. I would say for for for audience would would be really good because you feel like right there but i felt like in the forum the thirteen thousand people. I felt like it was a comedy club. It was felt intimately because the ceilings are really low contrast that with chase center which is where the warriors play the ceiling super high. That felt like i couldn't tell from performance standpoint. I couldn't tell if i was doing great..
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"So you know go. Have you had a situation as you know as a musician. Yeah person who's putting in technical stuff live. Yeah have you had any shit show moments in that way. I expect it really. And i think i've gotten to the point. Where if that stuff happens. Whatever i just make fun of it. I'll do whatever i have my songs like. I'm mike tracks or whatever are not my songs or my bids like it's me. Yeah it's inside me. So i'll do acapella i'll do. I'm i'll just do stand up. I'll just like whatever it is like you. you know. The people in the campfire days didn't have amplification sure. I've actually done shows where the power went out and like in a storm. Or wow i in florida i was there once and and and the power went out and it the you'd be surprised. The audience is one hundred percent behind you because they like. They're like they know what happened in there like he's still going to give us your show. He's bouncing back. He's going to get through this shit. This is a unique show that no one's gonna see their show feel special. Turn on your phone or something to get later. Yeah so you yeah. They're exactly the we emergency lights lighting. And so like you got to like realize like we tend to freak out when that kind of stuff we. We get out of our comfort zones. Sure you gotta always like. Just tell yourself like every before every show. I always like start from zero. And i'm like okay as not going to go. Exactly how i imagine it to go over that i rehearsed or that i plan for. And that's great. I'm welcoming the chain whatever's going to happen. And i got i ask you now from talking to me for ten minutes from the beginning now till now. Do i have more or less meditation by approach. Unlike said you seem like you have meditation and that's always been talking about and i'm like no i do. I look like a monk or beyond. It's a very buddhist way of having no attachment of what happens to you. Either way and also i feel like meditation teaches. You like living the pain until you're living in the pain of things going wrong and yeah and i've unfolded under pressure. Was there a moment that you can can talk of where you did. Have this positivity you know what no problem meltdown. One i had before you know what what r- remember this specific incident. But i know that there was. There's been this like a sound person is supposed to hit my cues and they just were not paying attention and so what that makes me mad because it's like it doesn't have to be if you just put effort into right. It's like you're doing all the work right and then you just need them to do that. One thing and then it all. Your work is wasted. Because they didn't do the thing. Yeah and it's like come on dude it's like it's like i made fun of it and made it funny but then some certain point. The frustration gets you dude. It's it's like. Yeah but at the same time. It's like once he gets mad and like if the audience is not on your side about that then it can be disastrous for you. Has that happened. Yeah they didn't know the back story or whatever. I think you're being a dick. Yeah they didn't know that. I got there an hour and a half before it set up everything. Go over it. And and they think it's me being mean to some audited f. I deal with hecklers. Yeah i mean you have. I mean i don't really know what hecklers are anymore because there's a very small percentage of them that are heckling out of bad vibes like that. They want it. They don't like you and they want to mess you up. But i'd say most of the hecklers are people.
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"Get dad on shaving your balls. We'll take anything we're like. We're talking about my dog dying. We're like we have no and then you're you're friends with all of the like meraz an cool. That's cool. so yes so. Jason billy jason billy. Dale would is a another performer musician. Comedian and We all met. They were performing at this bowling alley. They were the band. And i was the comedy and we met him. We totally hit it off like i. It was actually like ribs. City like i lived with them and We totally hit it off. And they're like hey come by our open mic. This is two thousand one and so they had this. Open mike at this coffeehouse in the valley and i would go there like every single week. It was one of those vibes like like you started going to a show or you start going to some kind of social circle where you like. I love this every week. It was like that. So a two thousand one. Jason morales wasn't really that big of a hit. Because i met him in the story where i met him at java. Joe's down in ocean beach. Yeah she's doing an open mic to song thing and soon as you walked in i was like who the fuck is this guy really going to be something right and i think he was with toca rivera at the time and so and then years later. It's like he's blowing up and he become you know yeah jazz around the same time the time when he was doing that so this is before his first album is probably around the same time but maybe like i knew him for about a year and in his first major label album came out. Yeah and yeah and then that totally blew up in. Yeah and then and then that but he's you know what's he's so good about is What i love is that the community of people that hangs around absolutely is awesome. I'm friends with like almost everybody in that crew and envy anyone that i meet in that crew. I ended up liking them. Yeah and up like wow. You're the coolest person in super talented. He definitely seems very. I've seen him since. He's so approachable. Because i saw him at a little show in old town. And afterwards i went up and i said hey i've met you. You will never remember this. Like i bought you a coffee at java joe's because i was like you're going to be somebody i just want to say that i bought a coffee and he was like all i got. Give me your number. And he was so easy. Yeah house like this doesn't seem like someone who should be. You know meeting someone that is as popular as that and they're like my people need to get me away from this person you know. He's not like that at all. I think it's because they do stuff that we talked about. They keep themselves in a high. So high vibe. But only just. Because i used to work at a music venue here for many years and they would perform all the time and i feel like People like billy would who meant you. Who's bush's paula. Who i love. But i can relate to him in some way where it's like. He can go after he can be kind of like crazy but if he takes care of himself. It's like beautiful roommate. Got some stories. Like and i have. I have so much fondness for him. But it's like i relate to him in the way where it can. I don't know how to describe it to. He has gone like the evolution of bush. Walla billy gil would is an amazing thing. That dude i he. There's no way like that guy could could have so many awesome friends that love him one hundred percent and and not also be one of the key. I sometimes feel like. I want him to know how awesome is i do too and this may be. Yeah i mean. Don't we need to tell people it's like he knows but he doesn't. I've told him like that dude's like a brother for share like he's he you know he lived with me but but the evolution of like what you're talking about like where you know he has really like invested in himself and his talent has only grown over the years that i love i love i love like and now he's making videos with jason and he's doing music he wrote one wrote on one of the songs that's on his new album really cool yeah that they just released it as a single where your feet are really. I like that. That was something that his cousin said to him. And especially like during this time. Be where your feet are is like you know we have all these problems going on and it's like we want to handle everything in and his his cousin was in the hospital and he goes you know. Just be where your feet are right now. And that was something that he told the jason and jason. That sounds like something that reminds me of song. Let's do it now today in the danish people that don't be very offended. Wow came up. you've been canceled. Be where you're say that you know what i knew. Those were coming guys and you know you sent them off and not to say. Even though this episode might say eric schwartz on them. I had nothing to do with what i want to. Actually ask you a question because because you do travel and you do live comedy and music. Yeah you know people. Don't think about this a lotta times but there's a lot of technical stuff that goes into music right. Yeah a lot of things need to be working and be hooked up like that. And i've been to shows with musicians. Where shit went wrong. Yeah and especially there was one guy's name was pogo. Know that is musical. Mixes of disney music and things like that related. He played at the underbelly and went to see him and halfway through the show something went wrong and he couldn't figure it out and he just cancel the show but nobody nobody got their money back..
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"And i feel a certain level of. I don't know if you feel this way but like to keep myself open to different ideas and even in the like quote unquote vibration a create creativeness. If i'm like scrolling on instagram or social media too much or i can feel certain things that kind of take my creativeness down links eating too bad. Or if i'm on social media all the time i could definitely feel like i'm like i'm not in the space where like the downloads coming exactly. Yeah yeah those things are like blocks are the crutches or like you know. It's like you're numbing yourself out with social media. You're you're i do it all the time. Yeah easy addicted. It's it's easy to fall into that. It is so easy especially because that's where my business is basically. I mean that's where my livelihood is. Yeah right so you. You are creating content and mostly musical. If i'm not mistaken why do stand up but like my standup is a little bit different than traditional standup where i'll do A talk about something and then it will evolve into a song so yeah. Is it improvisational at all are usually like sometimes. Yeah really exciting. Yes what you do with you. Describe rift city where you have a band and you know the. The comedian will sometimes break into song or or like do their bit over a song yeah and improvise with the song. So sometimes i'll do something like that. But i'll have a looper. Oh ni- and then i'll be talking to somebody in the audience or like something will up. And then i'll beat box in like make a loop and improvise a song off of that. that's awesome. yeah. But i also i mean moan- mainly i'll do songs that i've recorded. I'll do a track. And then i'll perform the song night. Yeah yeah nice. Sandiego people. Such a funny job of pointed out the nuclear bubis candy. Go and then you also mentioned manscaping which is funny. Because that's because man's because that was a while and that was so funny because everyone i know like works with man's game really sponsor for a while we went away but i feel i felt like i owed them because so i did a san diego song right that i just released. Yeah i owed them. Because i have a podcast. That's kind of based on like the same formula of my act of like I do but i do an interview in all make songs based on that conversation. Oh nice called podcast. The musical anyway silently re released two episodes and i was supposed to. They were going to be one of my sponsors. Got them on one of them. And so i was like i'm gonna mentioned manscaping in my song. That's so i made good on our deal. Yeah yeah yeah was wondering about that. Because i saw that it looked like last year. Mona the wonderful drummer and tavakoli. She's amazing she's bad. I saw that. She was your last person and i was like no we want more episodes. I know she's she's i didn't put the manscaping add on hers. Because i felt like it didn't really fit jo koy was my first episode and then mona tavakoli was the second.
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"And i can feel a medal over. So do you use it every day. I'm not. I'm not that i was going have not that disciplined about it. Maybe truly once a week. I do like a weekly tongue scraping. Dry brush to your skin and your lymph nodes. What's know you take a brush and you brush away towards your heart. will you take a hairbrush. Like a body brush like a bristle brush. That's kind of self care like really. Yeah the dry brushing. it's really good for really slowly reaches his phone. Wow you're like a brush may fresh clean your brush. I don't get like i think. I if i'm a bald guy going in and buying a brush at cvs combing rushing for the kinda yellow bristles really to my favorite dry. Brush a scrub brush. Yeah getting like clean your tires with. Yeah wow wow do you meditate. You have like meditation vibes. i icon. Yeah sometimes yeah. I don't do it every day. And i'm like i'm a meditative but yeah i do it. Yeah i journal you deal. Yeah i journal should do it every day. I didn't do it this damage. Well this guy. Do you just do free form. I do this book called the artist's way popular book. I've done it like five times really. Yeah it's awesome. Like if you're stuck creatively there's i always tell people. I have recommended to so many people. And i think i probably recommended until like two hundred people and maybe four of them have actually done it but then they thanked me like i So what you do is If you do this book you don't just read it. You do it. It's a workbook they give you they do give you promise but you know i can write whatever just you just start doing. It's not about making the the writing good is just about doing. It's an exercise. It's like you know you're working out. You're your whatever you're getting it out your your whatever you wanna write doesn't matter you don't judge it and but yeah it's a it's a really powerful tool it's it's very meditative as well. Yeah because we're building the muscle of okay. I'm good for you. Because i know it's also very artists to order. I know so many friends that have the artist's way just basically sitting on their shelf and they're like one day but that's the whole. This is what i tell people if you do it. There's no way that you can still be stuck in the same thing you were if you actually do the but really you know it. It's impossible if you actually do the book and you like put everything into it. If you do it you'll you'll you will. You will evolve. Yeah do your ideas for the songs. Come to you when you're doing stuff like that or when you're kind of just going about your sometimes yes. Sometimes i'll have an idea going into like my morning pages like just like when i wake up ago. I want to read about this. Because it's something that's going on in my life. But sometimes i just you know it comes in the shower like this in the best ideas. Come to us when you expecting them trying to. I think there's a great documentary on pixar and they talk about like where they get their their ideas from like. It's not sitting at their desk at work. Going like come up with an idea. It's out bowling or taking a walk or in the shower or you go to bed lane dialing got something is about being open to it. That's actually one of the things that artist's way teaches you is that to believe in god. Hey but not in a way of like god. Is this person up in the sky or whatever it's They say. God is good orderly direction but god is basically by believing in god. You believe that creativity comes from somewhere and it could be whatever you got is. What does it matter who you're or what you're is but it comes from somewhere. So that takes the pressure off of you. Yeah open to the downloads. Kind of thing. Yeah when people say downloads it can really relate to that where it will be something and you get something and you're like oh thank you thank you. Thank you exactly so people will say. How do you come up with your material. And i go. I don't come up with it. Comes up with me. That's what response you're the conduit. Yeah exactly is you. Listen you record it you work on it you know. Yeah and then it becomes something. Yeah it's amazing what you can do if you just try right it so many people just go like i can never come up with an idea like that. It's like that's because you're not trying to be ready for it like you're not you're not putting yourself in a situation. Where like do you carry a notebook around. Yeah usually your phone. You probably wouldn't notes down right. Yeah you're ready so when you think of something you go. Oh that's good. I'm gonna write that down. Yeah that's good. I'll i'll remember that later. It's like you don't. Your ideas was just flying so fast like i have to write things down and it's a little. I'm sure people look at me like okay. Jeez off your phone. But i'm like that was too good down. You know like sometimes. I feel like creativity is a river right. And we're we're fishermen or fisherwomen and it's our job to just fish every day and says we're gonna catch anything sometimes we're gonna like how real in them in. I've heard another way that that's described as like Ideas are like the wind. And the when you feel a breeze and that's an idea you have to run to catch the breeze. That may be running to your notebook or getting on your phone that you have to like run as fast as the wind to make sure that you catch it and you put it down. I love that. Yeah that's cool. Yeah you have to run. Meaning you have to put an effort you have to. You can't just wait there because the winds going to keep blowing you've gotta run with it right. Yeah you can't be lazy about actually like to put working for sure..
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"Smiles. Ask straight face bombed for fifteen years just for this moment but no but What it compares to in recent history of comedy is zoom shows. So we'll take it you know it's like awful. Yeah level. i tell people when the new show in the shoe shows. I'm doing person. I'm like you've ever been stuck at a virtual event. It's the worst like like a bar mitzvah kingston year or whatever you just wanna go home and you're already there yes. We had a virtual baby shower. Were they mailed us Balloons they got a balloon in the mail. And then you basically just blow up the balloon and then got on zoom. And you're like hold by yourself. Congratulations like yeah exactly. I've never felt like. I actually one time when i was at a virtual event like it was a birthday party and i literally said to myself. I wanna go home. I i did a like a virtual like it was like a leadership program and it was like a conference right and it was so awkward. Because you have to have your video on engaged. And i'm like gosh i don't wanna be sitting here like hungry and have to get up and i'm still here. Everybody and you're making top rom or something. I just hate people like looking at me in that way. Yeah i just want to turn the video off. I'm like i will listen to one hundred percent right nothing to do with being part of this visually. Yeah that's the thing it's a Cold medium like Not not you don't want to engage with it. Like person by person person were here. You know what. I mean like immediate. It's like we had to put up clothes on and and like you know. Brush our teeth and stuff. It's yeah we feel like we want to impress each other more. I scraped my tongue. You did wrong scraping. Isn't that weird. Yeah adds a tool that you could basically scrape your tongue. Yeah it's a medal. To what does it do it gets all the gunk off your tongue. That's where a lot of bacteria lives. I have one you get the worse owes like if you put it too far back in your mouth and unlike then you feel it all day and i can feel a medal over. So do you use it every day. I'm not. I'm not that i was going have not that disciplined about.
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"U. S taking more than 50,000 lives every year, and it's showing up Maura and Maurin younger people like Chadwick Boseman. The numbers are also increasing for black Americans. This'll week, the U. S Preventive Services Task Force made the official recommendation that people of average risk should now get screened for colorectal cancer at 45 instead of 50. And it's a big deal because this recommendation means that insurance companies will have to pay for that. Dr. Kinney Ng is the director of the young Onset Colorectal cancer Center at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. She has long been pushing for the change, and we talked about it this week. This is a big deal for many reasons. One of the major reasons is that since the mid 19 nineties, we have noticed a steady uptick in this cancer being diagnosed in people under the age of 50. So by lowering the screening recommendations we really hope to capture more young people had an earlier stage when they may be more Terrible and hopefully prevent colon cancer in some. The recommendations issued by this United States Preventive Services Task Force requires that insurance companies then cover cancer screenings that are carrying a great A or B recommendation from this independent panel of experts. So this screening will be made available to millions more people in the United States at no cost. We know why cancer rates for colon cancer have been going up among the younger age groups. It is actually one of the biggest medical mysteries that people are working on researching. We've suspect that it's probably environmental factors that are likely increasing the risk. But what exactly those are is under heavy research right now. What are we looking at? When it comes to race? And gender and diagnosis of colon cancer. There are well known disparities in the incidents of colon cancer, as well as death from colon cancer by race. Blacks are 20% more likely and at higher risk of developing colon cancer and at an earlier age than whites, and they're 40% more likely to die from colon cancer. And we do think that these disparities are largely due to inequities to quality care and access to care. And so this is where it is especially important to get the message out about screening to these communities that are especially vulnerable and to ensure that steps are taken to make sure they have access. To this very important cancer screening. When it comes to people actually getting the colonoscopy and going through it. We all know that it's you know, it's not a pleasant thing, but it can actually prevent death. How difficult is it to get people to get that first? Colonoscopy. And do you think the younger age will maybe help with that a little bit when people are hesitant to do that, I think that a colonoscopy is a barrier to a lot of people for many different reasons. Some are not excited to do the prep and others may be related to systemic inequities and access to care where certain groups are just not as likely to be able to, for example, take time off work to get that colonoscopy and do the prep in order to realize the full benefits of screening. Bold steps need to be taken. And there needs to be a commitment among all the different involved parties to make sure that these new guidelines are indeed implemented and made available to everybody who is at risk. It is a procedure that only takes a few minutes, but it's the entire day before when you're you're prepping for it. And then afterwards you don't feel so great. This is a procedure that you really need to Prepare for and do it correctly, Don't you very much agree, and the other part of that is that you do get some anesthesia or conscious sedation during the procedure, And so you in addition to having to take time off of work to go, you need to have a ride there and a ride home. And there are alternatives to colonoscopies, including many stool based tests, which are really quite effective as well. However, this does require that a follow up colonoscopy be done. If somebody does get an admirable result of the Stool test now where the school test may not be as good as a colonoscopy. Is that catching things at the polyp stage before they become cancer? Thank you so much doctoring. I think this is a really important study and appreciate.