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"bedell" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®
"Thirty members of our crew. While we were rolling in filming. It had the same thing it was like so many points. I'm like this is a bad idea for so many reasons like a. We actually doing this. We actually saw this and yeah. It was in the effort to remain grain. You know the good news is is people walking the dogs. They're going to be walking along the sidewalk. The dog's gonna come over and ain't going anywhere near that and they're going to the neighbors and you're trying to get rid of like or listening this you get one step up the walkway around and sign right. There i had a pest control guy had to call the police on a few weeks ago. Yeah so i mean. I've got a nice. I've been a long driveway. I've got very obvious. No soliciting sign course. The dogs start going crazy. And i'm looking at my camera and he's reading the doorbell and knocking and ringing the doorbell knocking on my i stick by that and i'm like any starts going. Hey guys are in the neighborhood here and we were just talking about that. And i come overnight the signs right there one of the scientists right there and knock on still they're going and then here's the time about the time i wanted to punch him in. The neck was when sitting there and he's trying to get my dogs who are behind me in the door. He's motioning and i'm like dude. You gotta gotta you gotta to go going on the pitch. He keeps on the pitch. Keeps going yeah. I'm mike you gotta go and finally in luckily my neighborhood who have to license yourself to be a solicitor. So you gotta go down to the city hall. You gotta get a permit. Are you permit. It just keeps going. So i finally ended up calling the police and man. They were here in like two minutes and they got him four doors down but i mean i'm like dude chill out. I think he was being recorded and was getting paid for each time. He got the full pitch out. Oh man i. I wouldn't doubt it because a lot of those pitch guys are all about volume and there's some companies out there that i know in particular here on the east coast. I don't know if they're nationwide but there are so aggressive. I wouldn't be surprised if they're nationwide. It's kind of like sherman scheme but the heavy actually unload like vans full of people into a neighborhood and they walk around with their either polo collar shirts and there was and they're like. Hey you know we're doing word abor- which would you and work in the neighbors and that's the only line that's when you know when he's story with that not to get off the living room topic but i was out working on my own job site one day and one of these people come to our house at the front door. Now they're kind of trucks in my driveway that letter with my company. Name one of my work trailers in the driveways is home construction. So the guy comes to the door and now he's like you know out there just kept going. Maybe he doesn't wise in this and she's like what part of my husband's a contract. It didn't you just. You don't need anything. thank you very much. And if found finally got to the point where the only way she can get him off the paw she actually took his business card appointment. Yes we aren't. They can't even called up and canceled it. Yeah let's get him to read by making has had the appointment heading. Come over and gotten some friends with cameras and pretend they were a catch a contract and then throw that up on social media. Go don't solicit my house and not leave. Because i'm gonna put you odd. Yeah you could just walk out and go on. That would have been great. You know this past couple of years is doing a bunch of projects at my house and one of the projects. I did Go was the whole front entrance to my home when we redid the whole driveway I took out a bunch of big Overgrown trees and we made this long driveway which all started when we bought march air or motor home. By the way i mean. It's amazing so so we did a beautiful entrance driveway. And i put gates at the and the best part of the whole thing was the gates because now i can shut the gates as even like on the weekend like on sunday. That the get you. They come around like ten o'clock on the sunday more. Like do my coffee and they just come up and knock on the door and you. Didn't you see the sign. So now the gates is like they physically would have to climb over cutting down a little bit help. You gotta have signs out there. You gotta not authorised like the nuisance of being solicited but also from a reliability standpoint. You know these people come onto your property and you know how many slip and falls are out there right. Twist next thing you know. You're getting sued serrano. Hey we're starting. At the time. I wanted to talk about one of your friends and one of my friends before we go about king water filters real quick. 'cause you've put that in your house and put it in mind but caroline's big water filtration worship. I wanted to be quick and at least give those guys absolutely. yeah king. Water filtration unbelievable product that they make a whole house. Water filtration system. And what really makes it different from others is that it's made is free so there's no filter to change no media to ever change in it in fact it's a sealed tank. You can't open it even if you wanted to. So it's one hundred percent maintenance free and filters out everything you want all the contaminants all the bad chemicals things like chlorine and no matter where you live. There's something bad in your water and suspended pending upon where you live. Some of the things are really bad. Like heavy metals. And as you know you see it in the news all the time and no matter where you live. Every municipality in the country used corine the clean the water to kill bacteria living organisms awhile. It's really effective. Cleaning those things is also harmful to our bodies. If you look at. I mean just google. Like the effects of chlorine and march to the human body with the chlorine aspects so when chlorine breaks down so actually believe it or not chlorine in itself isn't what we worry about. it's called chlorination byproduct so when they did a report to the president of the united states in two thousand nine they all the people on cancer research and said what causes cancer and one of the biggest concerns. They had was coronation byproduct. So as you're chlorine makes its way down the line it hits all these funky biological that ended up you know. It could be heavy metals. It could be any kind of debris in the water and so you get this breakdown of chlorination byproducts so they're try he'll methane and hey lucid because it's okay those are the carcinogens and so when you test water if you're goodwater tester which i claim today when you have the environmental consulting or healthy home ex testing for nation and that's the right way to do it and so depending now not. Everybody has it to be fair. Depends on how close yards on the line. How much debris you have what you need filtration especially if you do have it so this is great. And why is the filter. Not change like why. Don't you have to replace your medium often. Or what are they using. What type of technology. If you know the internal mechanisms of that they have like an ionization process. That goes on inside that water that basically binds all those particles to the unit side of and then the unit cleans itself out so depending upon is all kind of computerized depending on how much flow goes through the water. It was when the clean itself so ah pool. Yeah and wash out all that internal media and it has he's electric elements that go down inside of it. That create designs ation process so as swirls the water up through kind of like a psychotic motion through the media inside of it and is also treating it with this. So benetton time. The war comes out all of those particles. Contaminates chlorine everything. That's in the water gets bound to the media. And then you'll wash it out. But the good part about this photo. That i really like about him on like a water softener which unease magnesium lisa things that your body needs to a lot of these other products stripped everything elite the water kind of like a dead water. So this active. A reverse osmosis take out and also just cash. Yeah it tastes. Takes everything out but the softeners are particularly bad because when you soften water think about people you soften water comes in contact with your pipes the now you start to leach out Alleged if you have an older system so that becomes really problematic. I don't like softeners. I never did for many reasons and most of the time. He don't need them so softeners. They run on salt as well. So it's a constant up continuing ed salt to it and let's face it. The salt eats away everything. It kills your appliances santa redeem. Yeah you you get a lot of problems with my answers and your pipes and also you have a higher sodium content in your water you know so for people that are sodium conscious is also a. You'll get that residue in the water as well so and if you've ever get a shower awash softened water. It feels like kind of slimy around the country a water softener. It'll you have to have because the water is hard and there's so many things in the water that are that are destroying the appliances and it's good to have the softener but the bible. It not good so this machine with one of the only ones out there especially within this price point that does the job of the softener it takes all those products out of the water that are damaging your appliances but without using any salt. See you never have to edit if you to it and that's a big thing to not going and getting these like i hated that i mean you're like okay. I'm going to the home center or the warehouse store carried out. Load the card up. Get it out of the car truck up and then that water softeners never an easy spot. So it's like all right. I gotta hall that downstairs. The basement and many people realize that the softener is not filtering out the contaminants like the filtration systems so have a secondary system that also filters it either has filters that have to be changed and they're expensive they have an ro system attached to it so this is like a one time deal you set it. Forget it you're done and it's very high quality very good warranty. Most of the products come with a twenty year warranty So some of them are lifetime So it's really it's really at the innovation that goes into this amazing it's maintenance free and that's what i love about it and the water throughout my house. Every faucet in my house is better than bottle quality water so my body now is not absorbing any of those chemicals and what a lot of people don't realize this is really where this thing is big. Focus all the water in your house and that's important because a lot of the contaminants that we take into our body we take into our skin and we absorb it and while we're in the shower. We're taking a hot steamy shower. We absorb the vapors and we inhale the vapors to our lungs. So now i have prevention contaminants in the water is now vaporized which means is highly condensed and is much stronger. Now you're inhaling into your lungs and it's going directly into your bloodstream. So taking a ten minute shower studies have shown that the human body can absorb through the skin and throws up to ten ounces. Corey door just tore through. Absorption and through in haley which is insane to think about. How much is so filtering all water. Not just the water that now the biggest thing my clients always say. Oh you know i've got an ro some under my sink and i go to shower and your water every day. And they're like yeah. This is your absorbing percent of this in through your skin. It's real thirteen percent. Goes through your drinking and your body has ability to get through it when it goes through your digestive track where it doesn't when it goes directly into your bloodstream. So twenty six seconds or less any chemical in this two women to anything we put on. Our skin is in our blood stream in our body within twenty six seconds or less. And so you know women we do. Alison can attest. We put so much stuff more than men do on our bodies. It's bad and that's why you start to see all the breast cancer and everything else tap because we just load ourselves up with you know toxic stuff. Oh you mean look clean clean. Every time i'm working on the carnegie break clean out using that nasty stuff man. Yeah it's this. What is so many medications that are topical that absorbed through your skin your body sponge and you know guys is really our job as people who have experienced to educate the public because just the facts that you just hit right there caroline and what i was talking about through. Absorption inhaling believe it or not ninety percent of the people show have never heard the words that we just spoke most people most homeowners. They understand the have that you have to filter the water. Most people know it's not like you know when you were growing up and you stick your head onto the hose new drink the water and you would never go into someone's house right now and they said. Hey you wanna glass award. He'd run a glass underneath the sink right in the kitchen. Because you just know you either wanted from a filtered source like we think the refrigerator or you know. I'll take a bottle of water out of inherently know now not to drink the water that comes out of the faucet like if you were to go and check tell right now. Would you put a glass that give you in this in the bathroom and i would you run it on beneath the kitchen. The underneath the bathroom sink drinking l. Every everybody knows that very few people know more importantly or just as importantly you have to filter the water. That comes in contact with your skin. 'em and breathe. Hey you know what skept. You'll find this interesting too so it's great to hear that there's some good water companies out there because i was testing homeowner. Check this out interesting story. So the homeowner had health issues and problems right so i got called in and so she wanted to check the water. After her filter she had purchased the thirty five hundred dollar water filter which was a scam. Okay doctor had recommended it. And she's like i put it on and she's like i just want to check it. It was an ro with a hydrogen. I believe it was a hydrogen. It also made hydrogen water. This is a big thing. Now people think if you drink hot hydrogen water it's health so she's like i want to test it to make sure my water's good so i run the water and it comes back with high levels of benzene and for zina's benzenes a carcinogen and it's very typical gasoline automotive products. We use it a lot. But i'd stuff and you don't want it in your water. So i'm like well that's weird so i had to look because she lived in new york city so there was a garage underneath. Why go believe it or not when you test water all the time. Sometimes your water will come up positive for chemicals only because it's airborne it actually sample people think that you know you're just pulling a water sample but air goes into that sample and you can come up with a positive for chemicals. Even though it's not in the water so i had to do was called a blank sample so i took a sample of water next to it. You sample at the same time right. So you're taking a sample of water. That doesn't come out of the top next to it. And then one that comes from the top. And you're checking the see if it's embo samples if it's airborne so it wasn't so wasn't airborne it wasn't coming from. The garage did air samples in our house as well to make sure there was no benzene in the air and it was coming from this filter. Well lo and behold. I tested now. I'm like well. where is this coming from. I go to test all the other water treatment in the water supplies in the house. And there's no benzine in any of the other water only wear. The filter is so i'm like. Oh i'm unlike this is coming from the filter. This company put out a filter system that basically was contaminating her water so i had to go. I had to get the water The there's a awa which is a water advisory board. I had to get them involved. I had a contact. The company basically told them that they're that they're purifier. Was my french. And they refused to credit my client back the money i mean. We had a documented proven. She had put the thirty five hundred dollar filter. Honor credit card or she was paying actually. She's doing payments. Let me tell you like there is such junk out there. And if you don't know where you're washers and the command if we're sees and you don't know where they're coming from you can think you're doing something good and not so if you know what company i'm going to recommend it to people because you know there's a lot of just bogus companies out there producing water filters in. It's good to know. There's somebody good doing it. This is a really high quality product of so proud to get behind it. And i haven't in my home. And i got to tell you the quality of a water since we started using this is like hands down is night and day noticeable. I can feel it on my skin. My hair taste it when you drink the water. And they're just They're a great company to work with you. Know the the product is assembled right here in america and you can get him on the phone you know and they can actually speak to these guys in their water experts. Like if you have questions about your water they will actually put your zip code into a database. Now tell you exactly what's in your went around there. Yeah like if you arthur Yes what type of filter that they have. That is right for your home where you live. They make a number of different levels of filtration. If you're on a well system or if you're on a municipal system the systems are different so I can't highly recommend enough. king water. Filtration is guys are just experts when it comes to filter in water and the best part is right now. Their product is becoming available at homedepot. So they're rolling out of depots around the country. I believe the beginning of october. So you're gonna see them all over and depots and of course you can find him on. King water filtration dot com just an amazing product. Check it out you know do some research on it and i have a bunch of videos on it. You know as far as installing it. I've talked about it many many times and by far it's the one that i would recommend is the one that i use my own home. Alright skip hey. We are running out of time as always we have blown the schedule just over your year so caroline real quick. We did a podcast. I did a podcast with those two over their house. When i came in landed up for twenty four hours to sushi. Your sushi place did a podcast in there. I went back and listen to it. I was so rummy it was awesome. I'd been up like thirty. i'd had cocktails. I was a hot mess. It was a blast. Fun doing podcasts. we're not recording out hammer nails. You can pick them up with an an ordinary twentysomething episodes of wheel lot of fun. We interviewed a lot of different people and we had fun doing it. So thanks for coming on her. Always hours fun so you have a killer website. Let's give that ad here before we go so people can track you down if they want to see some of this. thanks man. yeah skip. Bedell dot com. I got all kinds of cool tip stuff on there tons of videos. You know takeouts from catch a contractor all my segments on fox and friends so you can just kind of put in whatever it is. You're looking to find out about and more than likely either did a segment or made a video on skipping alley. Thanks for coming on skipping alley. Mary g and i'm caroline be. You've been.
"bedell" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®
"Kind of like a drought tolerant. And then we're going to resod. Their lawn is going to be like a magazine. Man they're gonna pull up is going to be a beautiful front interest and they expected to freak out the reveals going to be crazy so sure enough they pull up and they do they freak out like oh my god best use incredible and they walk the drive and get like within sniff range. It's like television on their face from excitement. Goto like what in the actual f is going to look like like all like thirty members of our crew. While we were rolling in filming. It had the same thing it was like so many points. I'm like this is a bad idea for so many reasons like a. We actually doing this. We actually saw this and yeah. It was in the effort to remain grain. You know the good news is is people walking the dogs. They're going to be walking along the sidewalk. The dog's gonna come over and ain't going anywhere near that and they're going to the neighbors and you're trying to get rid of like or listening this you get one step up the walkway around and sign right. There i had a pest control guy had to call the police on a few weeks ago. Yeah so i mean. I've got a nice. I've been a long driveway. I've got very obvious. No soliciting sign course. The dogs start going crazy. And i'm looking at my camera and he's reading the doorbell and knocking and ringing the doorbell knocking on my i stick by that and i'm like any starts going. Hey guys are in the neighborhood here and we were just talking about that. And i come overnight the signs right there one of the scientists right there and knock on still they're going and then here's the time about the time i wanted to punch him in. The neck was when sitting there and he's trying to get my dogs who are behind me in the door. He's motioning and i'm like dude. You gotta gotta you gotta to go going on the pitch. He keeps on the pitch. Keeps going yeah. I'm mike you gotta go and finally in luckily my neighborhood who have to license yourself to be a solicitor. So you gotta go down to the city hall. You gotta get a permit. Are you permit. It just keeps going. So i finally ended up calling the police and man. They were here in like two minutes and they got him four doors down but i mean i'm like dude chill out. I think he was being recorded and was getting paid for each time. He got the full pitch out. Oh man i. I wouldn't doubt it because a lot of those pitch guys are all about volume and there's some companies out there that i know in particular here on the east coast. I don't know if they're nationwide but there are so aggressive. I wouldn't be surprised if they're nationwide. It's kind of like sherman scheme but the heavy actually unload like vans full of people into a neighborhood and they walk around with their either polo collar shirts and there was and they're like. Hey you know we're doing word abor- which would you and work in the neighbors and that's the only line that's when you know when he's story with that not to get off the living room topic but i was out working on my own job site one day and one of these people come to our house at the front door. Now they're kind of trucks in my driveway that letter with my company. Name one of my work trailers in the driveways is home construction. So the guy comes to the door and now he's like you know out there just kept going. Maybe he doesn't wise in this and she's like what part of my husband's a contract. It didn't you just. You don't need anything. thank you very much. And if found finally got to the point where the only way she can get him off the paw she actually took his business card appointment. Yes we aren't. They can't even called up and canceled it. Yeah let's get him to read by making has had the appointment heading. Come over and gotten some friends with cameras and pretend they were a catch a contract and then throw that up on social media. Go don't solicit my house and not leave. Because i'm gonna put you odd. Yeah you could just walk out and go on. That would have been great. You know this past couple of years is doing a bunch of projects at my house and one of the projects. I did Go was the whole front entrance to my home when we redid the whole driveway I took out a bunch of big Overgrown trees and we made this long driveway which all started when we bought march air or motor home. By the way i mean. It's amazing so so we did a beautiful entrance driveway. And i put gates at the and the best part of the whole thing was the gates because now i can shut the gates as even like on the weekend like on sunday. That the get you. They come around like ten o'clock on the sunday more. Like do my coffee and they just come up and knock on the door and you. Didn't you see the sign. So now the gates is like they physically would have to climb over cutting down a little bit help. You gotta have signs out there. You gotta not authorised like the nuisance of being solicited but also from a reliability standpoint. You know these people come onto your property and you know how many slip and falls are out there right. Twist next thing you know. You're getting sued serrano. Hey we're starting. At the time. I wanted to talk about one of your friends and one of my friends before we go about king water filters real quick. 'cause you've put that in your house and put it in mind but caroline's big water filtration worship. I wanted to be quick and at least give those guys absolutely. yeah king. Water filtration unbelievable product that they make a whole house. Water filtration system. And what really makes it different from others is that it's made is free so there's no filter to change no media to ever change in it in fact it's a sealed tank. You can't open it even if you wanted to. So it's one hundred percent maintenance free and filters out everything you want all the contaminants all the bad chemicals things like chlorine and no matter where you live. There's something bad in your water and suspended pending upon where you live. Some of the things are really bad. Like heavy metals. And as you know you see it in the news all the time and no matter where you live. Every municipality in the country used corine the clean the water to kill bacteria living organisms awhile. It's really effective. Cleaning those things is also harmful to our bodies. If you look at. I mean just google. Like the effects of chlorine and march to the human body with the chlorine aspects so when chlorine breaks down so actually believe it or not chlorine in itself isn't what we worry about. it's called chlorination byproduct so when they did a report to the president of the united states in two thousand nine they all the people on cancer research and said what causes cancer and one of the biggest concerns. They had was coronation byproduct. So as you're chlorine makes its way down the line it hits all these funky biological that ended up you know. It could be heavy metals. It could be any kind of debris in the water and so you get this breakdown of chlorination byproducts so they're try he'll methane and hey lucid because it's okay those are the carcinogens and so when you test water if you're goodwater tester which i claim today when you have the environmental consulting or healthy home ex testing for nation and that's the right way to do it and so depending now not. Everybody has it to be fair. Depends on how close yards on the line. How much debris you have what you need filtration especially if you do have it so this is great. And why is the filter. Not change like why. Don't you have to replace.
"bedell" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®
"Living room. You're saying story something to do. So like remodeling story like. Did you have a catch a contractor one where the living room was destroyed. Oh i know the one with a contract. Go underneath they were like keeping their stuff underneath and there was an. Oh god what i think mentally. I've made efforts to kind of like blanket out of my mind. There was an episode on. Catch koch lots of living room store. personal construction jobs a contractor. But one that she's talking about mosdor's an episode where this couple had this young contractor really very inexperienced committed to his house and they were doing a job outside Like a stucco job yet. No business doing stuck on me. The guy looked like with put on with a flip flop it was. It was terrible when we got there. We had a ripple and this was. I don't know if you recall seeing this episode erica caroline but this guy when we actually got him on the job of the first day we started working with him taking a puddle. As bad work we held up a screw gun a grinder and the different types of screws. And he couldn't name any one of them properly by its name. Wow maggie. you can't even tell me what this tool is. Let alone i clearly. You can't use it because we're looking at your work right here. We're the living room part so this particular house had a very odd addition to it. I don't know had something to do. Maybe like a bomb shelter or something. We did come across some house out there. A -fornia that had like a bomb shelter type underneath the house like a trap door. It went down. It's like a concrete because most house out there that we work. We don't have basements where we are here on the east coast caroline. We have a lot of basements and in california they don't you know priscilla on slap so. This house has his underneath. Part of it has a trap door in the living. Right in the middle limbs the uperior rug. And here's like this wooden door. That was like section into the wood flooring and it has a little piece of hardware like a little finger ringing. You lift up. This big door was probably about. I don't know four feet long by about three feet wide. And here's like this staircase. That goes down. Stay like this little crawlspace area. I'm jealous repeat minded has meta man card room down in the basement you know when a homeowner first the hatch open. I'm like dude. This is i need one of these. I can think of a lot of things. I can put down there. The fine most. Along with munitions store and i walk down there and here's his home depot bucket. Bright orange book are now on the floor and yeah yeah. Use your nation. What was in that bucket. Yes the worker using this guy's on wor. How scored space as their own. Personal toilets down there and there was a of tore the paper on the floor down there and they were going down there in sitting on the bucket doing their business and then shut the hatch and they left the bucket. You go on the basket and then even after they repair the house in the whole episode was over in everything was happy. Happy the poor homeowner despite having the crap in his basement also redid the guys front loan with special song. My gut own totally part. I don't know if you guys have ever heard of this. This another thing that i kind of have mentally blocked out. I don't remember the name of the product. Because i don't want to this particular. Saad that was delivered to the house was fertilized. They they were using material waste treatment. Plants sewage waste treatment. plants sod farms. That's the narine stuff actually smelled. Like i mean actually was like you just walked in on someone so this poor guy had to deal with this job site of people taking crap in a bucket as me for a week or on vacation they come home and find a basement full of crap so that's why he threw the guy off the job. Obvious now on the show. I think it was just kinda like maybe maybe economic new green trends. Pay the extra money to like. Have it fertilized us something else. So sure enough. They come with assad truck and they deliver the sod and their role in the sod out on the guys it was it was horrific. It was nothing you ever smelled. Welcome to the west coast listeners. There are actually like it was it was like an invasion of the the whole on my. I don't even know what to say. So we asked the people who Who delivered the saad were like. What is that smell. Probably explained to us. Well you know. In efforts of repurposing ways were being mean. And you know we're saving the planet and you know unlike listen men. There are a lot of ways to save the planet and this is not. This is not one of them. We have something in portland here which is almost smells as bad. Is that people go up to the zoo every couple every few months they all the waste out of the big zoo elephant giraffe and all that stuff and then you can get a pickup truck full of that so you can mix it in and fertilize your lawn with novel. A stink is not awesome awesome. We've all farms like that. Where you know manure especially cow manure is kind of like a regular part. Update is not the same. It's not the same and when you smell that and your nose identifies exactly where that crap came.
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"Around the corner. She's the tech. How great their. They are handled this listen to each his own. Technology is definitely. It does job a lot. Easier have strongly considered looking into that. And right now you know. Honestly i have great people on my team that worked with me now in my time really has kind of shifted. You know two years ago. That i spent the bulk of my time doing breaking out estimates like that and Now doing most of my time is in production for these pieces. That i'm doing on tv. And i gotta say i. I'm happy about it much. Rather figure out of it's great example. Your kitchen was one of my last kitchens. I designed really out of the last four or five just job on. That was a really fun project working on with you. We really maximize the space on that thing and you know i was. I was one of those people that came. And i said this man for nothing in this kitchen looked like us off the show. Every inch of this place has got to be custom. And that's what we did and it was kinda cool that you're able to help facilitate back because you mostly were looked at me like dude. You're easy and what's coolest we did that whole thing remotely you know. I didn't walk into your kitchen and go all right. Let's do this this and they're sketches a couple of face time live kind of things and all right. Let's go and man. We had a blast and then coming out and put it together for that day was at least some sawdust was a lotta fun. Let's talk about that for a minute because it was the same thing like so cova did we. I actually ended up doing a what. I would call a healthy home built in australia. Because the cove. Ed so i got contract and we did the whole thing from zoom and so what i'm thinking now is that for the audience. They can really look at your. Someone's gonna help salt on the contractor builder. Whoever you are going to hire you can hire the best now because like we can look found. We'll problems that. Nobody in australia in this home could find just one once over. Because you've been doing and it's like you skip if you look at a job you can eyeball it and you know what's wrong right so maybe. This is an opportunity because a kobe for people to be able to work with people across the country that they normally can't get their hands on to take a look at the house. Yeah well i mean. Technology is really amazing. What we're finding said even people aren't using zoom. They're just like a facetime video. Yeah it's really enabled us to do exactly what you're saying you know you can have a homeowner walk around the house with that phone and again. What actually physically having to go there. We use some technology like that. It's it's a little bit different but satellite Cameras now there are programs out there to where you can satellite estimate The exterior of a home for just about anything for siding haber patios swimming pools. They're all satellite images that you can kinda three six in that house and not a friends now that our contract is a us ally utilize net technology where. They're not even go on anymore. Like i'm a huge roofing contractor here not perfect for them. He hasn't been on years estimate a home in person in the longest time because everything is done from aerial z. Now scam canoe with your kitchen. For instance now technology is i could design it out. I e mail you over a file and you could throw on a Set of vr glasses. And you could literally be sitting inside your living room in standing in the middle of your kitchen looking around and vr glasses and be able to see it in three d. and be in the space while bats. Would i would really like to say that sounds incredible that you could actually walk around and look at the room now like a before. And after type look you know when you do those those computer illustration certainly put the kitchen into the computer and you figure out the footprint of the cabinet layouts and then you shut three d rendering or i guess. It's really kind of a major drying. You're looking at the kind of finish rendering. What gonna look like you know. Imagine you're doing it. But i'm thinking like imagine being able to walk through that space and see that's gotta be off technologies out there now. I mean i've got a set of glasses here that i've done some seminars with and teaching but yeah that's been out for about three years now and it's starting to become normal where you know. A lot of people have vr glasses. The kids are playing their games. Rundown egg the vr glasses from the kids and literally email across the country or the world of file and they can open it up and now they're spin around the kitchen going. Oh you're right. That island is too big for the space can totally see. It's amazing hair. Can we play a wheel of projects. What scallops yes. But we've gotta do something. I before this i got play song for you tonight. Caroline's birthday wheel project. Yeah caroline. i've got one of my favorite bands here song that they have. I can't use the whole title of the lyrics. Well it's got that little stamp on the album but we'll just go with this year. It's going to play this for you. Explicit lyrics caroline business and again there were many ways you so.
"bedell" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®
"To be to buddy tied together so depending upon the temperature at the time of installation that gauge. And you know you don't want a gap it too tight because if you're doing the installation let's say in the wintertime or the four and then the home experience of the big temperature swing in the summertime in the house expand nowhere to go so what happened. Get buckling right. So i've seen. I've been called into probably dozens of jobs over the years to strip housing and reside them because the house look like Like a ski slope in school house. Where will end. It's just because people didn't understand really how to properly in sola or they'll nail it tight the drive the nails right home to the. How who've traveled. Yeah so you know. It's just a little tips that when you've been doing this a long time you know. Some guys learned the hard way they do at one time the wrong time and they never do it again. And then you see some of the homeowner. Diy projects like yeah go to depot a couple of bundles of signing up on a ladder directors like you saying before they using the cost side of the hammer on these are things that you can just drive up the road. You don't even need to get out of your car with a tape. Measure eleven you say. Good god look at that mean from across the road you can see it forever and then they go paint it. And what's funny is is also you know when they've gone through and painted it because they wanted to change the color and ironically the whole reason any would ever want to buy vinyl siding. Because they don't want to ever have to pay the thing that's good about it right. That's the whole point. It freed you wanted to look and feel like freshly painted. Wood had an comes with grain. Now so really looks. Authentic the have ideas that you never have to touch it again. It's like get on with your life. Go take vacation bill. Space summer painting your house and they go out there on ninety degree day and they paint it and then they're mad when wintertime comes around because it's shrunk. They've got darker color with white strips on every over because it struck funny larry. My gosh i'm like and and if these people probably knew if they've got one hundred year old house they probably have beautiful cedar citing beneath it off there there probably some citing salesperson that came up knocked on the door twenty years ago that you need to paint your house but i could put citing hyper than painting your house. They win. where at my chance. You hit the nail right on the head erica. A lot of times you'll go through neighborhoods. One came through their around. Same time back in the day like in the seventies ahead aluminum side. And it's like you can almost see. It's like looking at a time table because houses go through this transition as really unbelievable man. It's you know we're seeing that somebody came through their work the whole block. Your fill was a hell of a salesman because man team ninety two. He closed a lot of deals on this block. Many times. he didn't houses. Were like back in the eighties right so back in the eighties. Dry walling over everything sheet robbery to windows and doors case. Molding is going to be like modern looking taking a colonial center hall colonial house. And they're turning it into like a miami vice house squad returned super ultra-modern real high gloss. Time oh oh my god. It's so we stuff. All took a fireplace right. It's sheet rock over the fireplace you ripping off in this beautiful stone. Negate billiton's back there that you had no idea where in there you find you find the pocket doors that have been missing to cruise over the top of those. Yeah yeah hey it's job security right for us. I mean girls never be unemployed. That's for sure. I mean how crazy is that. That's true and that's that's the funny thing about catch a contract you're right it's like it didn't really matter when it came along that show would have been relevant fifty years ago it'll be relevant. Probably fifty years from now because as long as they're people doing work for other people in pay money for it they're gonna is going to how to scare you or you know do something for less money and make a bigger profit but in the end you'll get with eight four you know. And that's what we try to show people without show was like in those teaching moments. You know there were certain things that we saw the homes that we rebuilt. You can almost down a checklist and see most of them. Were dealing with unlicensed contractors. And if they were licensed they really didn't have any experience most didn't get any referrals especially for the type of work. They're looking for or if he did get referrals. They didn't look into them. They didn't bother calling any of them. And most these guys really were in way over. The heavy didn't even offer a contract to the homeowners. And that's like the number one thing it's right in the name. It's a contractor alike is so let me get this straight on day one. I'd walk in thousand dollars and you gave him fifty thousand dollars. That was your first mistake. Do you have a contract. Well not really. What do you mean not really. Well he wrote out. He did give us a description of what he was going to. Was it a contract. No okay so we go through those teaching moments. A bylaw in every state meet the requirements to to maintain your license. You know you have to have at least a minimum licensing exam and people think like your license contractor. And here's the misconception. Too big mistake will think contractor is a licensed that he knows what he's doing so most of them have a license but even when they can get their license. It doesn't mean that they had to take a practical exam like you may have to four as a electricity more plumber or so. Yes i sit on the board and people wonder why we try to push all this credentialing and there's a reason i want you to at least have some sort of training for decor or whatever because we see water restoration all the time they come in and disasters and these people don't know what they're doing at all and they take advantage of all these people in the floods hurricanes and they absolutely just make mayhem in these houses. It's horrible your dehumidifier moisture. Remediation expert like across. Cross the river for me where i was at the kiss concert last night in washington state poor chinese. Our music.
"bedell" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®
"Never ridden one of these things before but man. She took to like a kid in a toy store. It was unbelievable. She got on it and it was like she just went ear to ear smile. I'm so your video. Eric i gotta send it to you guys count you believe it. She was like a kid man. She took off on this more and it was like that was. It wasn't glass. Only sort of how. Mona neighbors long were hellos. My wife take your sports car like a sports car. Eso so just to take that thing out. Put my head just music and that the f. on your because zero turn it's like you know you have a control on each hand. A conflict picks you rotate thing on done. You could spin it three six so it's just so fun to drive so i mean listen. I love all kinds of tools but like the innovation that we're seeing now especially with battery. Technology is taking it to another level two or these two who not only productive inefficient. And they're cutting down the time that we're putting into the job tremendously but they're also fun to use just like it's fun battery school. Or how long does that battery landscape like. So they say the mo- up to four acres aggress as a lotta. I what. I do have to recharge i. Now you can have aren't charge on a charter. Just flip it out just just. It has a truck in the back of little hatschi. Open up pop the batteries on you pop. Some new ones is allow. You mowing the lawn. You keep a couple of others on charge and then swapping out and you could go definitely if you do that. you know. it's the nice thing no is carolina's you think about it. If you have seven acres you probably don't have four acres of lawn right because you've got your house on it. You've got your flower gardens. You got your landscaping. It's pretty it's four acres. Alon is when you walk altogether. So seven act of grass she She mentioned it with one of the rolling measuring added of long eric operation. So that's your best disease six. So i mean i could go on. Tell you about a million different toys. That i've been working with this year filming stuff. But that's the one that's really kind of front of mine is just fun to use and meant is a beast. It's just it it's fast. It's it's great cool. you know. It's one thing. I wanted to circle back on that. We kind of glossed over a little bit but man i used to love you on catcher contractor because you know that was such an education to people out there because i still see today you know. I mean social media. You can look at these. And it's and i look at it. I'm like oh man is mad. He's still out there and struck again. It really was such a great show. we over a three year period. We completely rebuild. Most of the homes are pretty big jobs and We had done thirty two episodes so thirty two homes that we rescued in like an under hill really fortunate to have been part of the experience. Because you know. If i can the tv show and you know it's it's fun and and all that goes along with with being on tv but at the end of the day we were helping so many people you know without show. You're right. erica. Was definitely like teaching moments. Because i've seen a professional contractor for decades. I've seen so many stories. So many hotel were exactly case combined. Don't gift for my twenty year career. I needed right. So i go in and see. I get called in when people are sick. They can't live when they got mobile toxicity. Voc's i mean that's what i get paid to do right so i need a contractor. Who knows how to fix that. And that's the hardest part of ships with people so we can you know and you probably know this better than anyone. It's not just about you as an individual's all those tips you form to be able to get a project done. 'cause there's so many while i've often compared being a contractor to kind of being like being orchestra leader because you've been thinking about it there you're really treat like he create a piece of music and his old to that awkward strings winston percussion and everyone has to play their part and they have to come in right on time. They miss their part on time. You're going to be as audience as the person living in the project. You're going to be like. Hey man you missed the beat. You know so. The job of a contractor is really kind of orchestrate. That whole thing and make sure everyone is there on time and does their job correctly so the next person in line can do. There's and you can finish that piece on time and on budget and that's one of the biggest challenges like i've seen so many guys that have commented that they're just in over their head they really don't understand what it takes to manage project that everyone wants to do the big jobs right. Everybody wants to make more and more money. But what you have to understand. Is you have to have the experience a row seats. And we've seen it so many times in you're inspecting suffer mold. Ninety percent of that is probably due to someone along the line. That worked nine house. Didn't do so and now they're getting right. You know. I get clients that move into houses all the time and and not just that but h back is a big thing at the wasn't installed right. It's oversized now. You got humidity up through the whole house now. The house was damaged. It's we've seen it all. I've seen thirty thousand houses. Eric knows and it's not. I'm not in their chanting. They're shooting urge right up with you guys on the west coast seven. Am tom cruise. Tom cruise carolina. Listen they're they're building these houses seal them up like ziplock bag right. So it's creating your own Climate your own environment inside these envelope homes and unless you do it properly. It's a recipe for disaster. And we've seen so much you want to hear something. So where so. Eric and i were talking about what we're talking about eric so we created these environments. That were so tight now and the moisture can't get outright so now we've got to put in humidity control. We got to put it in have to put in. Hr vs and so. Now we've seen houses where they're putting in they're actually expanding out the vapor barrier so they're making a reverse balloon they're popping it off the plywood or let's say you're an md effort and it's actually because you're bringing in all this fresh air which is supposed to be quote unquote a good thing. They're actually expanding that bubble and now you're getting all kinds of moisture coming in between the between the levels of the building and blow. How messed up is that now. We're trying to do so started taking that house. Wrap that you have out there in your actually expanding house house and now you're giving a place for moisture to come in and vital citing looks like banana by the way vinyl siding. I saw this. And i thought he skipped just started laughing at it was on social media. Somebody had taken this summer. They're white vinyl siding out in the in the midwest place in decided they'd paint block like a house fired happen next door. it was all wrinkled. Up all laying on the ground because it it actually look like there was a house fire. 'cause they had taken that vinyl siding and painted it it gets so hot new. You've never installed vinyl siding holder. If you flip vinyl siding over you look on the back side as a temperature gauge on the back of that saudi and basically what that does is designed to show you. How much of a gap there needs to be between your fastener tabs. So you don't want that side and.
"bedell" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®
"Double special day to day. We've got this. But del brother from another mother here also caroline's birthday so we've got different things going on today. Welcome skip to around the house. My friend eight extra guest side of the be here. Everybody keep your hands inside the ride and poor caroline. She's going to have to put up with this as well. Some birthday stuff going on right so we like to party around here. So that's the good part and we brought in my good friend. You know you cannot skip on. Catch a contractor with adam corolla where boston really bad contractors and now it's been sitting there on fox and friends. He's the leading home improvement expert over there on fox and friends every few weeks in Showing the wares of all the cool new tips and tricks and tools and everything else get yet went from boston. Bad guys you know on the job sites and now talking about all the stuff that i love you guys do on this show talking about tools and tips and fun stuff house and you know it's been a wild ride. It's been a lot of fun and we're always looking for new stuff to talk about. You know what i really like. And there's this carolina. And i've talked about this a few times. There are a lot of great people out in our industry out there talking about home improvement. But what i like about you brother is one. We're good friends but to you're the real deal. There are people out. There thinner out there pitching the wears that call themselves home improvement experts. That don't know which side of the hammer us to put a nail in. Well the good thing is that there's two sides of a hammer and if you flip it around you could actually use. The button is third size. I mean one of them are gonna work out throw at the wall twice a day. It's true i. I've been really blessed in that. I do what i love and my dad or my grandfather both were home. Builders and carpenters you know. Business was a marina. So i watch these guys. Bill would boats. And i've been around my whole life and i love it so yeah as far as known known my way around the job site and the tools like twitter. I do you know and and you're right about that is funny like you see a lot of these shows and catch a contractor is. I'm happy to say but they're almost like scripted. Sauce home improvement you wonder. Like how much do they really do. And how much do they really know about. What's that show we did it. We did it all you know. And it was a great experience and now kind of moving forward like you said with the fox stuff man is like you know every every step on the the next one now. I'm just talking about stuff that i love. You know kind of gotten to the point. Now where i can share truly my thing. I feel blessed to be able to do that every day. It's not going to work is say you know if you do what you love him out cheese years ago helping you with your kitchen. That one day that i was out there. Can you put together what it takes to put those segments together. You don't just pop on there with a handful of stuff and open up your suitcase in and go chitchat about it. Because a lot of prep work. I was impressed. At how much work. You've got it for five minutes six minutes to tv. Maybe if you're lucky yes it is. It is a lot and that's really kind of One of the parts. That i love about it is that you know. Come up with the stories that are that are relevant to what's happening around us in relevant for a morning news. Show and then your work out the props and build the sets and build the props in if we're not actually filming on a job site a lot of times. They do them either inside their studio as a mockup prop wall or no a prop room or flooring or whatever it is that we're about tiling and it is a lot of work story linked to To filling the products that tell the story making the set. You know it's saying skip like you can do everything like i mean. It's kinda handy that you are handy so you can put it's cool. You know because can like build the set in the props and everything. The way i like said helps tell the story Yeah it's it's a lot of work for it. You see that we do on me for like three to five minute and take like a month of prep you know you have caroline. You've done a lot of media stuff so you get to but i just want to give people a little bit inside look and then all of a sudden some stupid celebrity something overnight and skip scott. Okay i'm gonna do six minutes right here and he's three minutes into it and of course all right well. We've got a cup raking okay. How do i jam three more minutes into twenty two seconds. Yeah i mean it's live tv. No it's like no. We don't do recorded everything we do. Especially on that show on fox apprentices all live so that presents his own challenge in that you know. Look i got to get the point across. I want to show people about the products and the tips and the things that i like by the same time you know have to work in with their show and sometimes you know there has been like breaking. News considered five or six minutes to and all a sudden. We're getting ready to go alive and associate producer over my year. Hey we got human. It's in forty seconds of the segments. I just want to let you know. Expediate up a little bit crunch sets you and a half year with this what i do and i love it. I'm so glad him skipping toilet on him. I plus skip six hours and he didn't prepping for is going down the drain because all that prep is over now are winging it out. Just shooting from the hip. It's kind of like an improv show. You know so but you know to get back saying like when you really know the product on it. You don't really have to think about it and talk about the stuff that i love. So in that sense it's kind of easy sharing the information And i love it man. I'm blessed to have that platform over. There they're great over there. It's like they kinda take in his like a family member and under love working with them. You know it's fun to watch. I've got a question for you. What's your like all right. What's your favorite home. Improvement gizmo gadget the latest and greatest. Something that you really like right now. Oh that is a hard one. I mean there's so many products in working with you know. I do a lot of outdoor power equipment and stuff into things that i use right now are like it. We use gas on gas. And everything. And i'm finding that the battery technology on these things are made so it's like every day something obsolete you know so recently twenty that yes mus- question. Recently we got delivered to our house from ego which is one of my big sponsors. They sent us. This new battery operated ride on lawnmower so zero turn mower which is like what alaska's like your regular in the right on track there looking thing it's actually a pretty high tech machine and is all battery-powered so it runs on six big battery and the thing's amazing it's like is taking mowing lawns. It's like running a go. Kart is not even like working anywhere so fun and wait to the girls. And i'm like wait a minute. Wait a minute. I just like that. She can go out and ride the lawnmower around the lawn for ya. There's every head over to this story about losing alison loved her so much. She is taking over the role mowing the lawn..
"bedell" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"So i mean you get yes very clear you know And he's already like what's her name the one he's with now with a male yeah right. It's i mean they do all of that. I i don't know and they don't even. I don't even remember greg. I'm wrong but i don't even remember them doing this with the with the whole attitude of diana is innocent and and i mean i i felt like they were kind of making her look. I'm not remembering correctly. Correct me if i'm wrong right. Johnston hers well. Yeah phillips lorraine attention whoring. Yeah they're pretty brave. I thought in that part to like to portray her like that I felt like they kind of Soft the give people a of the kid gloves treatment but yeah. I was impressed that they were willing to go. There is such a beloved person because she's widely speculated to be borderline personality disorder there. There have been several books that have kind of Taking the shine off of her one of them really is called diana in search of herself. name is diana I read this book. It's a very Good book it's called diana in search of herself portrait of a troubled princess. And it's by. Someone named sally bedell smith but since then like one or two other ones to have come out have kind of Added to the idea that she very likely had crossed the be personality disorder so in addition to the eating disorder. That this she has like most of her life said that she was Had these crazy mood swings and was kind of immature and had allowed the hallmarks of Either narcissism or bp whatever and the book got a lot of grief when it first came out but it's respected historian. It's not like buy one of those kitty kelley types and it's been corroborated that several times. I think it's not as controversial. Take as it was when it first happened. And i think he was clearly reading from that book because there was a lot of stuff in the season and yes. I was surprised that he went down. I was like okay. This guy is clearly been reading The literature on the alternative literature on on diana. When is the next season supposed to come out by the way do we know. I'm no clear. I think i think it's though 'cause they started releasing images that are filming it images kim. Yeah 'cause the diana's very much interested to see what they do with that plane to alright right. We have to get another actress right. Yeah yeah yeah vicky or the blinky is is taking over all its range. Who's like six and a half feet tall. It's going to be kind of interesting to see. Yes he's really tall. So it's gonna be and they're gonna have dominic west from the wire charles and that's for prince charles. I think he's just too handsome. I don't know what they're gonna do. Charlotte model. I can actually see right to me would be like the tv version of them. Yeah i guess. I guess i plus his ears stick out which i think he'd be with the with the actor young kid. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. I don't think that i've seen other pictures of that. Prince charles actor and his ears. Don't normally stick out that much. So i'm sure they'll do the same with dominic west and his british accident. Twenty twos when kid kidding sars. That's funny right here. I actually thought that the i i thought that the the the The prince charles stuff was kinda to watch..
AstraZeneca Releases Updated Covid-19 Vaccine Data Showing 76% Efficacy
"This was seriously weird. Turn of events for astrazeneca. This week monday morning. We got the highly anticipated face. The results from its. Us trials seventy nine percent efficacy which came in better than expected but later that night at about midnight dr found institute released a statement saying the oversight board said those were data so now astrazeneca has given us the updated results just two days later and the numbers. They really didn't change too much now. Seventy six percent overall efficacy against symptomatic disease the efficacy against severe disease state and one hundred percent in people over sixty five and actually went up five points to eighty five percent and they did have a lot more cases to count here one hundred ninety as of today's results including eight severe cases strengthening that finding from one hundred forty one and five severe cases on monday. Guys how to folks looking at this after seeing kind of rollercoaster. We've seen this week and just saying the vaccine looks good. But the communications have just been awful. Dr not had bedell tweeting quote at this point. I'll just wait for the fda submission packet just to avoid any more roller coaster rides and a guys. A lot of people will be looking forward to seeing those data when astra zeneca files which they had said would be in the first half of april with the fda then three weeks later we should see fda's analysis of those data and we'll get to look at all of it itself but this has just been a weird ride made even more weird by the fact that these updated data didn't really change that
"bedell" Discussed on The Schmidt List
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"bedell" Discussed on The Schmidt List
"Understand it rob and they don't need to understand everything about sales they just need to know your value proposition. And that's i wrote a sales book sales but for business owners. 'cause i did this webinar but what setting up a sales process. Does it gives you more customers. More often faster the idea more money. More often investor. Hey sign me up. And so when. I opened it up for questions like rob when we set aside time for business development our customer acquisition as you mean sales you can hear them groan and like stop stops up sills is the lifeblood of your business. What do you think. Sales is got some old standard answers influencing and controlling the conversation. I'm like okay. It's great the masters from zig ziglar carney. Geniuses sales changed dramatically and for most b. two b. to see it's not that complicated all sales starting productive conversation to see there's reason work together so sales like the human body two years one mouth. Listen twice as much you talk. Here's how you run a sales meeting it's not about policies and procedures is going. It's about techniques about things you can do. You want to motivate yourself at the end. When i as a now you have. Sales are now. That's pretty easy. Yeah okay as good. When i got off that webinar mike. That's the book. I need to write a need. Read his sales for business owners. It's called the escort the sale the s were no sales. Like whatever the because. That's i've talked to people and to your point about individuals business owners. Let's say it's a it's a person like yourself who's a fractional person who's out there selling their services. I talked to a lot of consultants. And it's they. They struggled with the same problem. That these other bigger agencies do these other things especially to be honest with you. The marketing people are the worst marketing themselves. I don't know what it is about it but they are really good at marketing other organizations but themselves..
"bedell" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This? Julia, I have to tell you that Holly Roberts just tweeted us that CJ box that the big Sky TV show is based on is a guy she met him met him out once upon a crime last year. So keys, he got bad. Hand tal about CJ being a woman, and that's why he was a reading his books. Should I tell Casey Yes. Should I open up another author tm. Well, No, he's too. He's too fussy. It's so funny. Bad intel from Casey about CJ. No kidding. Know that TV show you guys, you gotta watch it. Okay. It's good. All right, so here I've got one for you. So when this came in last night, and you had said this yesterday, because I didn't connect the dots, the fact that, um This gal named Emelia Hamel someone. Hamlin was actually Lisa Renna Andheri, Hamlin's daughter, who has seen arm in arm With the 37 year old Scott Disick, and she's 19 years old and you go and what you were talking about them, and I was just grossed out by the age difference like Can he date anyone? He could even take into a restaurant in order a drink? Or something. Why is he gold for these young Children? And so I was your You are not considered a child at 19 Joy. You're considered an adult. That 18 just f y I Alright, fine, but I think it's gross. I can, but I just have to hot. I just gotta get real with you. And then you find a daughter was 19 inches dating 37 year old, I'd have problems. So anyway, use then we finally put it together that this is Lisa Wrana. Andheri Hamels. Daughter. Yeah, I told you that. Yes, and I'm freaking out. And you said Oh, they're hoping it's just a phase. Right. So what do we hear today and they open? It's just a phase, hoping it's just a phase. Yeah, No, no parent is going to be happy about a guy who has a first of all has three Children Reality show and has a history of just dating people at 19 and then breaking up with them. Because they want to get married and have kids and he's done having kids right? And his kid is 10 years old. So only nine years younger than her, yes or no. Yeah, it's no. This is what any parent would hope. Unless you know that 37 year old. I don't know It was like somebody amazing, but it's like at that age at that point, and agents like what we see in the crown. Princess Diana Mary's 32 year old Prince Charles. She's 2012 years doesn't make that much of a difference. Like if you're 30 and 42 or 52 40, But 20 and 32 is huge. It's a huge time period of It is. You know, she's me because I'll tell you something you could Hollywood speak this. This is from Sally Bedell Smith, and she writes a lot of Royal. She's done biographies and stuff like that. Here's her quote. If Diana had been grounded, clever and confidence, she could have one Charles over in a heartbeat. That's in an interview she gave today. I call that gaslighting Princess Diana, whose instead and she was on Lee 20. It's not her fault that Charles cheated and mistreated her because She at 20. You're not really You're not. You're not a confident woman. The way you're going to be. No, you weren't. Forgive me. I think that's gaslighting Princess Di and I see two Sally Bedell Smith. She's more popular than old jug eared Prince Charles. Yeah, I I think that's a hard one. But like that someone would even the nerve to say that When we're all watching the crown and seeing just like what a you know what? It's a very sensitive Laurie. Huh? It's very insensitive. Thank you, Julia. That is better. Hollywood speak then. My grant. All right. Okay, Here's and here's another one. Um, this is, um I'll just keep it. In the same vein, Meghan in Harry urged to drop quote unquote. Greedy Netflix deal over its smearing of Diana. Well, that's not gonna happen. Well, I mean, I think they mean Prince Charles. Yes, I think so, too. Because She's not coming up looking bad he is and why should they? Give up their deal with net foot's. What does that have to do with anything other than Netflix does spend the most money on the crown to film? It's the most expensive show. Okay, Laurie, Here's a big breaking news story, though. Okay, okay. And you're going to Hollywood. Speak this if you can. Okay. Meghan Markle admits she provided personal information to the authors of finding freedom via a third party, high court documents reveal. Okay. The Hollywood speak on that is she was a royal. And so you have a press secretary. I don't know how far you are in on the crown. But once you're in the firm, anything kind of that you do you they have to be involved. And so the very people who kind of helped her with the stupid letter I mean, she had to use them if it's the dumbest argument in the world, All right, there you go. Right next. Okay. Next, Okay. We'll keep it real Speak, Duchess Camilla. Here's the quote This is from Katie Nichols will be tuning into the crown with a glass of wine and the exact quote ISO shall have a drink and a giggle watching. Diana suffer on screen. Well, that's a terrible thing to even print. Katie McNichols, isn't it? That's just a horrible like that's that's a horrible thing to even print, and we know her and she's been on our show she used to write for Bus magazine member. Yes, she's been on our show, and she wrote a book. Um, I can't think of the name of it in the early 2000. That's just a horrible thing to print. So it's kind of an amateur hour over at Buckingham Palace because the messages are all over the place on this, but notice journalists writing that and I have a hard time with that headline. That's just rude. Well, it's like the other one. Sally Bedell Smith say I've if Diana had been a grounded, clever and confident woman, Terrell's would have fallen in love with her. It's gaslighting Diane in the grave, and I think That's how worried they are about what this season of the crown does to Charles. And the whole royal family. You see them for what a stuffy, snobby group they are, I know, but also their this. Katie McNichols is a Texas based Katie Nichols. Oh, Katie Nichols. But still, that's just be us that she says that Camilla is gonna watch it and smirk and have wine. That's just be us. I think that's just horn and and Diana's and suffering on screen is nearly as much as Charles looking like a real cad. Yeah. You know? Yeah, all right, because he basically the reason, you know They did have a loving tour of Australia together, but by the end of it, he because Australia was trying to, you know shark off the monarchy. They didn't want to be a British part of the British Empire, and Diana saved it. They fell so in love with her, and Charles was wildly wildly jealous and he could never get over it. Uh,.
"bedell" Discussed on KCRW
"Year old Gladys Molly Bedell from Venezuela advanced to the semifinals. It was the young conductors first time out of the country and her first time on a plane. But she's got 21 years of experience playing the violin. So what made her want to be a conductor? C m, But I mean Kanta really fast, Xena. I love the violin in the orchestra. I adore it. But when I played it, I felt an emptiness. Something was missing until one day. I was joking around with my friends, telling them I'm going to imitate the conductor and you will be my orchestra. I was just joking around back then. But who would have known that It would become my inspiration to become a conductor. Today, the six semifinalists each got 50 minutes to conduct the Paris Mozart Orchestra in works by Beethoven, Robert Schumann and a new piece written for the competition. Can she go is one of the founders of La Maestra and the director of the Paris Mozart Orchestra. Competition was scheduled for March but postponed by the pandemic. The rescheduled events featured a reduced orchestra on stage and a spaced masked audience. But Jimbo says the conductor's still faced challenges. You see, Chrissy, more traveling was difficult, and some of the contestants had not conducted for six months because there were no even Is in the artistic world, so some of the women were a little fragile to lead an orchestra. You have to exude a certain confidence, says Gladys Molly Bedell killer K C and the D that little confidence if the orchestra feels the conductor's confidence they will trust in you. And they'll be able to do everything you want to convey. It's the most important thing. Franco, British semifinalist Stephanie Childress displayed a knowledge and authority well beyond her 21 years lost to a fool. No. Childress reminded the musicians that Shuman made corrections to his score just before entering an asylum. This is a tempestuous piece that he revised during very turbulent times. I think that's a big part of being a conductor. You've got no only have the technical aspect of things sorted. You have to be.
"bedell" Discussed on The American Electorate
"The everyone should have the right to go out there and protest whether it's to be. We'll processing lockdown or the people protesting police brutality. But at least be honest about what caused the recent uptick now. Another thing that should make this obvious. Arizona Florida Texas. They SORTA reopening early. May earlier than. You know that stubs documented. In these rises didn't start to a month ago itself. which is about three weeks ago with which is when these cases start to spike like crazy? And reopening is what's at now. It's a combination of as a combination of all. Let's just be honest. is a combination of the. is a combination of reopening. Because more people are going to be interacting with each other. So this is these are these two things. Are are obvious. And that the should have been pointed out at the time, the protests going on, but of course. It's so ridiculous. How political that the? Public health officials were being when it came to giving us information about the protest and that the risk of from police brutality was greater than corona virus. So therefore it's okay to be out. But still all those people who did not cause. The device cases despite which none of that make sense. At all out, sorry, none of it makes sense at all and as I. Said a thousand times on his party has. One of the main things will look back on during the coronavirus. Time here is. Just how bad the media handled all this we talked about how in January. And February, how? Literally both sides of the media. Surgeon general they they all kind of let us down whether it's foul. She or the surgeon general when it came to the mass. Or whether it was. The media both sides left enwright, telling us that the coronavirus was not going to be bedell and. You guys heard me. You can go back and listen to those episodes I was pretty. Loud about. Both sides having. A handed this and I actually gave trump passing the beginning. We went through a tire laundry list News outlets. Downplaying the coronavirus. And like all right well, you get your pass now, but you know it's time to step up and he really hasn't done that. And the when he just wearing a mask this week. So I'm OK before this podcast. It's longer. Turns into a full episode. I'M GONNA. Go ahead and get out of here, but I wanted to give up eight like I said on the new podcast Lee local independent, which will be out. August eleventh and I will give you another updates. Probably in a couple weeks well, actually the next update will probably feature the trailer so I'll see that..
China launches Long March 5 rocket, paving way for more ambitious space projects
"China's space blitz of ladies continuing with the launch of two more Bedell three navigation satellites followed by new Sino Brazilian birth observation satellite. The Belle three twenty three and twenty four navigation satellites were flooding into orbit aboard a Long March. Three B rocket from the Chiang Satellite concentre in South West than China's Sichuan Province the spacecraft are the forty third and forty fourth in the navigation satellite system the seventeenth and eighteenth of the and you bedell three navigation. Satellites and the twenty third and twenty fourth Bedell satellites placed into medium earth orbit marking the completion of the Corbett. Our three constellation the system however China plans to launch another eight bit after satellites next year as open space three intermediate obits three into inclined geosynchronous orbits and two digit stationary orbits. Meanwhile just days after the Dow Three Launch Beijing launched along fulbe rocket from its tie you and Satellite Loan Center Center in northern China's Yangtze province carrying any joy Chinese Brazilian earth. Resources satellite the CIBA's for a new probe replaced the existing CIBA's his four satellite which was launched back in two thousand fourteen and you spacecraft's equipped with three optical payloads at Chinese built wide range pancreatic multispectral camera brazilian-built zillion built Monte Spectral camera and Brazilian built wide field imager. The pro bowl clicked remote sensing data surveying land resources and environmental conditions and undertaking undertaking research into climate change. The mission also carried it small microsatellites into orbit including Ethiopia's first-ever spacecraft. The actress won a Wide Range H.. Mahdi spectral remote sensing satellite Russian Space Forces of launch the Soyuz to I'm Bay rocket carrying Glonass M navigation satellite into orbit put the Soyuz equipped with forget stage was launched from the Plesetsk cosmodrome eight hundred kilometers north of Moscow. The spacecraft was successfully deployed into a one thousand nine thousand one hundred kilometer high orbit way. It will replace an all. The satellite Glenis is a Russian satellite navigation system similar to America's GPS China's maddow and and Europe's Galileo global satellite navigation systems. The Glonass Constellation consists of twenty four satellites of three over the planes with eight satellites in age designed for a seven year life span the gloss M is a one thousand four hundred fifteen kilograms second generation navigation satellite. It's not known how many more gloss US satellites are likely to be launched as Moscow's already started flying. The newer more Advanced Third Generation Glonass K one and is expected to begin flights of even more Lord Vance K to
Queen’s Christmas Message Acknowledges a ‘Bumpy’ Year for U.K.
"Queen Elizabeth plans to say it's been a bumpy year during her Christmas message the pre recorded message we broadcast in Britain and the Commonwealth nations on Christmas day it was recorded before the queen's husband fill up prince Philip I should say was hospitalized in London as a precautionary measure Philip has since returned home I think it's reasonable to say that she is referring to Britain's difficulties this year with brexit and they're very contentious and often ugly general election and at the same time probably a reference to the problems in our own family Sally Bedell
"bedell" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Replacing the usual four nozzle co-stage engine flan other Soyuz configurations this launch it was similar to that of another Soyuz. Two Point One flight back in June twenty seventeen it also deployed a sacred Pale into a similar orbit that flight carrot and military spacecraft spacecraft. Design Pickle Lake geodetic measurements to update and improve Russian nuclear missile Johnson targeting systems that spacecraft also later released the small inspect the class satellite designed to approach and study other satellites in orbit. China's busy interview launch was continuing to ramp up without any signs minds of lit up in flights Chinese Commercial Launch Company X.. Pace used. It's quite is you want a solid fueled rocket to carry the Ko Alpha and Kale Alpha micro. Chris satellites into orbit from Zhu. Quan satellite launched. Centering Guanzhou province. North Western China. The two spacecraft will be used to test new K.. Ben Communication Technology. You just a few days later. Beijing launched a Long March three B rocket from Gye Chang Satellite Loan Center in southwestern China Sichuan Province carry another pair of Bedell three uh-huh compass navigation satellites to one thousand fourteen kilograms. Spacecraft are the fiftieth and fifty first members of the Dow Constellation and are equipped with lightweight. Wait Hydrogen Meza clocks phased Array Antennas Navigation Signals and Laser Retro reflectors deployed into twenty one. Thousand five hundred kilometer high medium orbits. The bedell flight was fall just five days later by the launch of a Long March. Four say rocket from the tie you and satellite loan center in northern China's Yangtze province carrying another golfing Earth observation satellite. Beijing describes the Gal thing twelve as a microwave. Remote Sensing satellite capable of providing images with resolutions sounds of andromeda. It'll join the growing GAL. Faint Constellation on taking high resolution. Land Surveys Urban Planning Road Network Design Crop Building. The mets disaster relief global built and road projects and allowing Beijing to keep an eye on the activities of other countries. The mission was the three hundred hundred and twentieth flight for the Long Matt Series.
"bedell" Discussed on LEAD the podcast
"Welcome to lead the PODCAST. I'm so excited to welcome my guest today. Colin Bodell Colin is a Queer Gemini twin from long the island New York. He's a passionate student of secular growth systems and the universal spiritual themes explored in a course in miracles complimenting complimenting his work with Queer Cosmos Colin is the weekly Horoscope writer for Cosmopolitan Dot Com. He's written multiple bestselling books including a little bit of astrology and Queer Cosmos the astrology of Queer identities and relationships and his third book Gemini debuts in January. Talk of twenty twenty. And I'll tell you that I asked him here because he and I have a shared love of Rene Brown. I'm super excited to really dive into into the ways that astrology informs leadership so Colin. Welcome thank you Liz. And thank you for having me. I know that spirituality -ality and secular readership aren't always intersection of people. Get to talk about so. Thank you so much for inviting me to talk with you about that. I'm excited so let's get straight to it what let's do. It is the number one challenge that leader stay informed by doctrinaire Brown's book data lead. I think it is just all ways that we ourselves against. Just criticism and critiques and feedback. It's really it comes down to that. I think it's the armor we wear not the fear. It's armor because leaders are afraid all the time. But they don't have the armor on and I think what gets into a lot of trouble is when we believe that protectionism and just engage men in or mean-spirited criticism. Like that actually works at dozen. Yeah so on the flip side. What is your sort of tip for dealing with that? Yeah well I think what I believe. Mrs Actually something of course of nickel speaks about his inner defencelessness. Your safety lies and so what that means is that we WANNA proactively assume assume and perceive that every single person has something meaningful and creative and brilliant to contribute and so. That's really the way I look at leadership. Hip is a person who old space brilliant others takes responsibility to cultivate. Bath assumes proactively without evidence and gets out of the way so that people can do that. Yup I'M GONNA literally I'M GONNA play that back after we wrap this and I'm going to write it all down and be great. 'cause knows goes for things were amazing for right to assume others. y'All hey that's really really it so do you do you. We'll have a kind of tangible way that you encourage folks to sort of lean into those visas. Yes I think it really does come down down to not being tolerant of our own mind wandering. You know I think we need to really understand that concentration. Mindfulness Focus and the discipline of intellectual. Follow through true is the way to start here and that leadership is a skill that is absolutely teachable and contagious and just transferable able and so my skill or the the real encouragement that I have for others is to just develop the capacity to learn how to focus and to show up to the party with mindfulness. I have a ten minute meditation routine that I have every day. And I'm also just cognizant of when I've gone off the intellectual rails so yeah do you have anything in particular Taylor when you've gone off the rails that helps you get back on. ooh Yeah I would. I just can immediately spot. It is out of my meditation practice. Is I know when I I have a intellectually vacated the premises so it's just matter of returning and just just announcing okay. I have to pay attention. Aren't showing meeting into this. Conversation does experience. Yeah Yeah I think one of the things that has come to me in this word is that so many any folks can't spot it in themselves when they have gone off the rails when they're starting to go off the rails catch it and be like away and and things go sideways real fast. Yes will actually. There's a tip for that because there's a lot of things could take us off the rails. It could be shamed distraction distraction. A lot of different things and one of the tips. epernay Brown gave her book men Women and worthiness is she asks people to tap their neo cortex which is part of the brain inbetween the eyebrows to get people back to showing up to the party because the NEO CORTEX is the part of the brain that makes critical executive decisions. And when we we aren't shame or bike disengagement numbing it goes up line so you could just it's a little weird and awkward but just tap tap tap tap tap tap the part of the brain so that you can show up up to the party that I was GonNa like practice that because I I know those things right I know about how parts of your brain shutdown in different situations. But I've never heard that so. I'm excited to put that in practice. I'm Liz I promise it works. I have to to do it regularly regularly when having a conversation like this when I'm reading a client or when I'm working with people forced I think my my meditation practice has allowed me to just be present ninety percent of time I would say but if I'm in shame or emotional compromising that's when I do the tap tap tap motion. Yeah Yeah So. So what is I know. We've talked about for obviously both fans of Brunei Brown. What is a book or concept? Talk whatever that's been really impactful for you of hers or any any anything anything on my God so much. I think related to leadership though it would be Bernez book dared elite right. Because I don't think we have come to understand under the full moon in Taurus today as this being recorded November Twelfth Ralph just how efficiently simply our lives can be if we know the two to three values by which we stand on everything. I mean. It's really that simple. She has the vast S. majority of the book dedicated to what it means to live into our values and a lot of us are scattered and we have more than three. And if you have more than three you don't even have priorities parties right so I think what's been so helpful for Jerry lead. It's it's really consolidated in concentrated leadership style to finding two to three values by what your state state of being stands cultivating relationships with others than than seeing through those collaborations what you can do to contribute. In the workforce right so spirituality connection connection of mine and so my spirituality which means I had to take a serious man of time every week to research. Study what universal spiritual teams are what they look like in day-to-day practice. And then I do my best to cultivate a lot of learning on relational theory and relational technology and relational sciences. So that he can put that might work as well. Because loneliness number one of the cavs crisis and I believe that spiritual seekers have a devout responsibility to be one of the salvation that arena and end because those are my primary values. I know where I stand and I know what I need to say and I know when I need to be quiet and I know any to listen and I know what opportunities are good fits for me. I know which ones aren't because of that and I have never felt more shore or convicted of who I am what I stand for in my life because of those valleys. Yeah that makes total sense and it just. It's like okay I can. It's like my train tracks right. It's like why show return Turks say no train tracks right and I can like do the thing right. Yes do the things that I love it. He said it makes sense. Because that's the wisdom of spirituality. It's rowdy is that life is extremely complicated. Liz But spiritual truth is very simple choose. Your values may choices from their values. Live into into those values which has a new every night. No you are you claim to be and you will have peace period and be able to articulate them to other people one. The people who you know have values that work with yours. Can you the people who actually care a little bit less about your values can stay away. They have a good time right. Yeah right we could also have discourses debate about that too like if people want to call into question you know. Why are you so relational relational and what about at echo dependence? What about this one? I'd be happy to go there with them right. I'd be happy to talk about rituals of the heart but you're right. I mean I think more the not when you stand it integrity. You'RE GONNA get Hulu but your energetic force fields tells people honey I'm not the ones don't even try it. It don't even try it because it won't end well for you so don't even think about it. I have gotten as I've gotten older to a place where I'm like. I I just really want to be as truthful with people as possible so they can make an educated decision about whether or not they want to spend time with me and it's like okay cool and you know what you're getting versus like people who sort of our have a kind of a front right okay. People might not like me if they knew too many things and unlike thing it's not for everybody right but at least sign right to exit. But if your heater you know what you're getting right exactly and then also to Liz. Like how beautiful that you then have Yeltsin a peace of mind. That people chose you for you rather than the feeling in my God you know. I got to keep this facade than I gotTa keep the practice that people please whatever and I think what we should say to your listeners from a real just straight talk straight stating point of view. Is that if you are performing forming and perfecting a people pleasing it outs itself. Don't kid yourself people know what they smell it so just if you think that other people don't know you're doing it I'm so sorry you're are you really mistaken leadership right right. It's like a sort of you know house of cards really people will ago. Well find it right they will. They will wear as authenticity absolutely outs itself very quickly. And so it's okay. If you are kind of new to this conversation you realize. Wow this is working great now. Let's get to work. So what should I ask you that. I didn't. I thought your questions. Your four questions rather were absolutely absolutely lovely. You could ask me. What am I reading? Currently on what they say right. I'll say that I'm reading Octavio Paz Double Plame. It's just absolutely extraordinary. The double flame. I should say yes. Yeah what about you. What are you reading? What am I so I am reading? Another one of my guests names. James Desert Ottaway recommended feminists accountability to me and so accountability is jam job record the chiefs. Men's so I got it from my local independent bookstore here in Los Angeles for AIDS so that is on my list..
"bedell" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Including Florida either became sick from eating bison burgers our restaurants or at their home that meets been traced back to North Fork bison distributions in Canada and has since been recalled we told you in June about how researchers at UCF are using fake smells to help victims cope with PTSD now the university is asking their own video game design students to create virtual reality platforms for the same purpose it's all happening at UCF restores a treatment clinic for survivors of trauma Deborah Bedell explains what we wanted to do with this new project is to create not just a scene but a virtual reality tool that therapists will be able to use to design any traumatic scenario so far sixty seven percent of patients in the program no longer meet the diagnosis criteria for PTSD in the fall you see a for stores will submit a prototype of their software to the department of defense Brandon Hogan is ninety six point five W. T. V. and today in Florida man it's making national headlines it involves an affair scissors and a **** this is in bell Florida which is just west of Gainesville forty nine year old Alex Bonita cleans his wife was having an affair with his neighbor so we broke into his neighbor's home pointed a gun at him tied him up and cut off his **** with scissors the man's two children were home at the time then Bonita fled back to his home carrying the **** in his hand all we know about the victim at this point as he was taken to the hospital Jeanne Wexler news ninety six point five W. D. B. S. only what the heck is wrong with people yeah we haven't had anything from we from the what the heck is wrong with people department in a while that was a day yes no they didn't find it I'm not saying it our wall I don't know I don't know I'm currently not recovery was found we're still trying to firm up the details of the story I don't know what happened to the **** will get you more information once we have it six oh five on a windows evening news we have a lot of traffic.