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"carl school" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"And back to work we go Maggie in fort worth thank you for holding good afternoon hi Adnan I'm and my husband I have the other guy beat we were married fifty five years last week yes yes well congratulations I think yeah he's a good guy good guy he's a keeper at this point at this point we don't have a lot of options mag right right Hey I'm looking to buy a Hyundai Kona limited okay I this would be the fifth Hyundai I would be buying the fourth from the same dealership although it's changed hands several times we were over there we didn't agree on a price we left shortly after he emailed me a final price plus TTL that was late in the afternoon when could we commend the city was off the next day come in Wednesday so we went in Wednesday to sit down and it was nineteen hundred dollars more than the final price they had emailed us on Monday so the place to be by the way not not a store that's ever been on the show or could ever be on the show but basically he lowball Judy keep you where he wanted you in Chile could bounce you for more money when you came back right okay he added an auto taxi and they said the five hundred dollars incentives make make I would never grace at dealership if that were the last store in town I would go out of town to buy a car okay I don't believe in buying cars from stores are owned by national chains because nobody is accountable to people here and I feel that way for very very long time because when they first came to town I actually had some friends who went to work for no one Hey I let me default back to classic Chevrolet Tom Durant but I could I could go with Carl school like if I could go with the the Meretz family or any of them when they have a problem with the customer they actually own the store and they live here and if the customers right they're going to do the right thing every time if you run a store for a national chain and one of your numbers goes out of warm water out at catty Wampus on your right you can be fired boarded for doing the right thing when they call you and say why is this account online while I took care of the customer yeah Weiss's account online again a good example autobahn BMW spin on the store for twenty years I like to trace family love Chad lover and wines so but there was a BMW three series they had a number of them come out with beige leather seats and whoever provided the beige leather it wasn't set right and therefore if you had acidic skin okay you could actually on dial your C. now while it's a pretty simple fix although it's very expensive but if you have that with the customer you could fix a seat take it to BMW and they would reimburse you for right right yes Audubon's customers were all getting taken care of the ones in Dallas wart do you know why because they were afraid of BMW turned down the claim they would have to explain a three thousand dollar taking care of the customer and it could cost you your job I say someone's woman over to Audubon who fixed a car for so you're just talking about the price up front okay wow who cares about that I don't care about the ownership and I don't make any promises I can't keep but if you'll talk to Trey Magee and highly at the Hyundai store he'll probably be really glad to so you're calling a limited okay trade S. and that's in fort worth no he's in Burlison in Burlison he's a good guy okay N. okay again I don't want to promise price I wanted to tell you the tray is a good guy and he will take care of you and he won't he won't play games with the he's just a good guy okay but it's a very nice vehicle it's very nice vehicle I have mobility problems and so I have tried a lot of cars to get in and out of then this works very well for me I got a pen and women happy with Hyundai's with very happy so you brought that up I had a gentleman that was looking at the kia cell towers and I said look for the money because they can get very expensive it's not that it's bad they get very expensive I said I actually like the kia soul and I like the ride drive out on the highway any road tacky so I went over to Meretz I drove both of my still both the cell towers because he said what you said I have mobility problems it was easier for me to get in and out of and there you go yeah yeah so in any case I understand I've got mental problems but that's actually how you get hired in talk radio well we enjoy we enjoy your show and enjoy your column you're very kind mag have a good weekend congratulations on fifty five years okay thank you bye wow eight eight eight seven eight seven five five four three and let's go to Todd in Dallas a Todd anyone I wanted to expand on that death wobble scenario real quickly you don't have a seventeen platinum F. two fifty and this is real prevalent on the two fifty Ford's only of course rams in language our genes but the bottom line is I experienced that death wobble in a in a truck with about forty thousand miles on it let me tell you something you don't want to go into it it's nasty twenty thirty cars stop.
"carl school" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Here we go with our number four wheels for this Saturday morning let's go back to James James automation has GM stores if that's where you bought the product okay well the one I found it on their used car lot again the people on this show we're in to what what I've been pitching for twenty seven years as if you're going to get a car you might want to do it in a more relational mentorship and that is your business with the best people if you have a problem they go to bat for you Hey you when you went in a different direction which is fine and they have stores you can fix it this is not to say that you can't go over classic they have a very good service department but lance you what will only those lands buys all of his cars from Ken Thompson a classic and so he told me he had to take I guess Cheryl's vehicle and and he said right now for whatever reason the service departments are pretty full and as I went around to all the dealers as we getting the ads were Feb you worry was in the month very few people had what they considered a great February in a lot of times last month that was in use cars but everybody cell mate you would not believe how many labor hours we ran in the service departments so it seems to be city wide that everybody's getting the car ready to go for spring so but again you can go back where you purchased it because they have GM stores are certainly free use classic there've got great dealership but in all consumption test takes time and she doesn't always get you the result you think you're going to get out of it well I'm I just want to you know not by nature I'm an honest person I want to go ahead and get a a dealer that will do a true to defect the consumption test because yeah I think I'm gonna be borderline if I even I know exactly where you're going with this James yeah okay I only made of the people that do the oil consumption test believe me a lot of times I get emails is simple they I know I'm losing a quart of oil over fifteen hundred miles a sound good because I'm within tolerance so that's why I think you should go were you purchased it see if anybody will stand up for you well the letter says it has to be a GM and so on auto nation that sells GM is considered a GM dealer I guess what you're telling me yeah we I'm I'm curious to see if anybody where you bought the car will stand up for you okay all right but anyways I just tell you that you cannot you know I I hope you get another five years out of it mileage has heated seats my wife has arthritis and she uses a heated the yeah no matter what time of year you know she just loves that it's nice vehicle is it's great and again on the freeway you know again the issue is from time to time things come up of cars which you find it out that's always say when you go through the car buying process if you buy from people with the best reputations they always take care of you if you have a problem lance will they were so backed up this week was Cheryl's car he thought at first she was going to wait on it and they were so backed up it was days on end but they say that you buy from can have is that Descartes take off got a drum got an old Ford pick up a bit you know can get me around you know even if it takes a few weeks now actually it was late when they when they all when you do the oil consumption test you'll be driving okay yeah they drive it you'll be driving they just gonna they're a score yeah okay but without a good run James have a good weekend I did you to have a good weekend thanks let's go to Rick in Carrollton Hey Rick Hey good morning how are you I don't know well I've got three should take my calls yeah I was just listen to yeah I enjoy your show sometimes yet you always tell the truth sometimes it upsets me that I have a rule of thumb believe me I've upset people more than once on the show when we went into Iraq and I said I don't think is going to be what you think it is folks half the audience disappeared for a year half of and as a matter of fact we fell from we were number one for males for most of the show eighteen to sixty four and next thing you know were thirty if in the market and I said if I'm given the choice of telling the truth and people being mad at me are lying to them because that's what they want to hear then I'm gonna have to tell the truth because in the end even if I go away in the end you get validated they'll say well you know that idiot I used to hate he was right her well it was I appreciate taking my call and I do enjoy yourselves think about the the reason I called was so you're talking about the poor lady too lazy got fired for US bank sectionals yes yeah delivering exceptional service and I remember I was in the customer service this is for a major points corporation and I was listening to Tom Peters on a flight from Chicago to Dallas in search of excellence yes yes and he was talking about how this technician took it upon themselves to rent a helicopter to the next was it FedEx it was sent axes guy that did any fix the power line so we get the road opens we can make his delivery from okay yeah but in any case yeah here's a guys get all kinds of products on the back from people who understand customer service a miss for ladies got fired four taken twenty dollars on her personal wallet to help somebody out who was in trouble again again that was kind of the reason I did the story because the fact that this woman went out of her way at a call center if you can imagine that a call center she hears a guy's story and he goes it's a he's in a new job and that check was in excess of a thousand dollars in US bank put it on hold now we don't have clearing houses anymore you know that there's no such thing as you put a check in a bank and maybe a week later the fun show up clearing houses away sometime ago in fact even if you write a check of the doctor's office they may just run the check to the machine get the money right there and then but because it was a new job US banks position was we you may not have that job and you may have stolen a company check that's why she said go to the branch bank the next morning get the manager to call your employer fine everything's okay and will release the funds see that's the big deal all they had to do was call the guys employer to yeah he works for me and they would release the funds they already had it and the mac branch manager was intensely wouldn't do anything so she was twenty minutes away and took him twenty dollars to buy gas so it go see they'll go home for Christmas is family I think she got fired for then supervise got fired so the whole idea of in search of excellence see I I read the book you know Carl schools of the book right it's been so long CBS the when the P. B. as did the documentary on a back in the eighties Carl schools there Carl sold turned around writes a book in search of excellence that you know customers for life is what he called his but the point is okay I wrote about this a business week like a decade ago whatever happened to that yeah and a let me tell you the first one was I have U. verse of the house right so when you go to eighteen two U. verse they want to put you on a digital phone well that digital phone did not work so I lost my lan line immediately to a digital phone that didn't work was this way gives you call forwarding all this stuff automatically will I do interviews on my phone all the time radio stations call me about a story and all that the sound quality is horrible and I don't want to do this call forwarding or call interruption that right so I called my so just take those two features off and I need my land line back and so here's the deal the gonna doc U. verse for the cost of the land lines thirty four dollars a month so they take it off the U. verse bill and becomes a landline build the same amount of money does same thing it's going to take two weeks to put the phone back in now that's fine so then I say okay I need you to turn off these two features we cannot do that yeah I'm not asking for discount on the bill just turn those two features off so it's not automatic we cannot do that okay if I had a land line I didn't have those features can you turn the month for me if I pay you absolutely then you can turn them off for free no we cannot so I put that in the business week article and I want you to know that within an hour of it going up online they were on the phone to be at the house going we've turned the things off for you we print the we did that and I said no because you do this to everybody and it's uncalled for I wasn't asking for money I wasn't motion yeah I just wanted to turn off you kept saying no but if I go back and get that call it wasn't just that one deal I had deals at Dillard's a suit and three shirts I ordered and the suit was somebody else's suits so I didn't need it the three shirts never showed up so I simply put it in there because I can't go on the Dillard's give my credit card to get my money back the Gibson okay it's been done never happened well I put it in the article and by the way I'm not mad at Dillard's folks I shop there all the time I put it in the article and guess what Alex Dillard's good Friday calls me we need to get this taken care for you can't do it now because I've already put it in the story and if you give me anything now I said then it would look like I put it in the story so I get my money back so I can't do that but I appreciate it she's a we wanna make things right for you great here's a little issue my wife had maybe somebody called her and said we're sorry that happened she would be thrilled to death this is not gonna stop me from shopping with you she'll be happy everything's great I we will get right on that at the same time Dillard's attorneys are talking.
"carl school" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To invest up to a hundred million dollars in Indian fitness stop apt to adult face that's according to the main newspaper the queue a platform offers a range of workout programs at the gym or at home as well as a healthy food delivery service the men report says the apps seeking evaluation of about eight hundred million dollars and that's a Bloomberg business flash menace I need I need both of those products delivery of food on an exercise program as talk about the new CEO of redness and he's beginning his first week on the job behind the wheel Makoto ET that faces a number of challenges and he's going to start with a news conference a little bit later today Bloomberg Swedes Stevenson joins us from Tokyo we get to see one of the main issues because it's been a pretty turbulent time fournissent was top of the agenda for him to tackle indeed if you think back about a year ago go Carl school was arrested here in Tokyo in November of twenty eighteen so many ways that really wasn't the end of Nissan's troubles but the beginning of their troubles because since then they reported profits a decade lows they're firing or or cutting at least to twelve thousand five hundred jobs of the slash their dividend to their largest shareholder Renault the stock is down about twenty three percent similar to the decline last year so really you know which is is inheriting a huge basket of of challenges here and really seeking to turn over a new page sensually Nissan is at a crossroads the new leadership we live in an era of electrification a self driving automobiles a demand for automobiles worldwide is declining or at least getting very soft and so he's got all of this on his plate and this is his first week read what does he need to do to show investors that he can turn this on around no date in the auto industry it you know usually given the capital expenditure requirements many changes take years to realize but really he really doesn't have that much time a lot of this is just going to be about optics he's going to have to show from the gecko these you can produce results in a very short amount of time we're talking months not years and really kind of convince everyone that Nissan still has potential he also has to address employee morale that was battered by the going affair and so he has a lot of responsibilities on the shoulders what's gonna be really interesting to see how he comes out swinging at today's news conference in Yokohama later we thank you very much for running us through some of those key points read Stevenson in Tokyo well in the meantime Brookfield asset management is preparing for the next downturn but see Bruce flat says that we're not there yet he spoke to Bloomberg markets anchorman the Lang for Canadian affiliate be an end will Burke we don't see anything in a current economic.
"carl school" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Sorry we're back talking off there but I want to get back to the four dollar show it starts on Friday one o'clock in the afternoon which I've been corrected on on Friday and Saturday ten to nine correct Sunday ten to six six is good yeah so everybody can rush Romans see who won the football game sure Mr and but we're going to do a contest here with the kids mechanics would be mechanics now this is something I actually looked into pretty strongly couple years ago Jim you remember but I called all the big dealers in Dallas fort worth they're saying were eighty thousand mechanic short nationally and the mechanics are just in the the Carl school when he was bringing up Jacqueline and and curl the third into the dealership you said you know take care of people in the back these are the people that go out they work hard they're the ones who join up the fight our wars to come home they love this type of work they don't give you any grief and they just won't do the work right make enough money where maybe they can have a boat to go fishing on the weekend sounds good and they don't ask for much from us but in fact over the past forty years being a technician and dealership can actually be one of the most lucrative careers in the industry in any industry it can be for a master tech that is really good at what they do and is self motivated and driven to be the best I don't think it's an understatement to say it pays six figures a year absolutely easy yeah yeah we have one diesel mechanic in Dallas fort worth month before last a guy who just as great at what he does never has his work come back twenty seven thousand Bucks for the month thank you very much Watson's has also but he did he doesn't see he learned he's a diesel tack and we're eighty thousand jobs short nationally were always eighty thousand jobs short I don't know how you can have that happen when all these kids want to be coders and yet every time you turn around you keep hearing about how their incomes of water was five years earlier what we've done as a bad job of PR to let the kids know about the opportunities and automotive industry have forty two jobs at any one of these guys dealerships they all pay above average the problem is in my view they all were you willing to work to earn correct and that's the beauty about being automotive tech because that's how much do you want to work how organized or you like to take you were just talking about the diesel mechanic extremely well organized to structure that person's day so that they can do the amount of work thing eight and still have a life with her family and support the little league interview no community you know the thing is that we have been geared so much into pushing kids in two four year degree programs because that's how the counselors at our school for grade that changes July one of twenty twenty that's when certification programs count as much as four year degree programs counselors at school scale for the schools because I might look at me and said yeah good luck so you're going to broadcast let's let's not spend a lot of time here I've got students to have a future ahead of them now the future is available in technology in the automotive industry that's what we've done about I went into this sometime ago because your predecessor Lee are our dearly friend correct that we had to deal with all the dealers were gonna put up jobs across Texas to dealerships and Herald these job listings great openings good paid good dealers as like nobody is looking at the jobs nobody looking the jobs because we're not talking to the kids were talking to their parents we have to talk to kids in middle school we have to grab them in high school if their passion about technology a passion about the cars in the was a generation that wasn't a few years ago generation zi is passion about the cars the kind that the baby boomers I just want them to be capitalist capitalism is good but here's the thing I don't get back to Steven you've got not one but two stores going up internal Texas yes Sir so having been to current location and having to see what's being are you laughing because I've never ever ever see have Ford dealership it looks like you're pulling into a dentist office in a back alley yeah and so when I when Adam goes out there from Audubon and and he's not doing fifty for the month yeah I actually drove up there to see it once and I'm going this forty all this dealership exist not only been there before we bought it in that's the truth but how many more souls how many more babies are you gonna have to put in for service between the Chrysler store and the Ford store up there nor an eighty between the two of them and how many do you have now the current location between both of them about eighteen yeah so you're gonna be four times as much but the issue isn't the stall count it's the technicians getting people to fill it that's right you are the perfect example of why there's always openings in the car business right that was what I wanted to get to well you had to talk to somebody else to get it well that's because you don't have the Ford store out in Terrel Texas correct and if you did you wouldn't be here this morning that is correct you'd be on hold for the Dallas Auto Show order now don't chances Auto Show I but there were the North Texas auto shows but Stevens got as big a demand for up and coming Texas as anybody I know sure because that's a lot of bass to fill it is yeah Sony has more so we're gonna have this contest will get these kids from ex number of schools in training centers and hopefully get them on their way and I guess Saturday it says we're going to do it on Saturday but I'm not sure read the time here actually the contest starts at eight AM before the show opens for the tax because what we're going to wait a minute says nine Merion usually does this to me when I ride back is is what about this guy once you read the release us and yet Marion St and I probably take two told you the wrong time but actually we're going to have breakfast at seven thirty for instructors and any politician who wants to come by the mayor pro tem of the city for this going to be there and because politicians need to get involved so they can make sure their I. S. D.'s ours pushing out students that the dealers need we have twenty two schools in the western half of the metroplex only eight of them are participating in this contest why is that this question yes why white panther island you know you know I guess because he I don't know the other sixteen seventeen schools are having to put kids in programs that will take the dirt we the problem is the role not credited what we are what our goal is is the dealer body is to make sure our public school system has accredited programs in their school I'm just taste about life and when I tell you this you lately free **** is there's only two types of jobs in the world there's a job where you take a shower before you go to work that's a good job and their jobs we take shower after go to work that's good jobs and for at least two or three generations I know of every parent has brow beat their kids into being smart enough and working hard enough to get a job two were you shower before you go to work and make thirty thousand dollars on factory not become a mechanic now become a minor whatever the case may be but because of that we put so much into that we have this whole background of we've got to fix things everybody wants to cry about all the manufacturing jobs we sent overseas you can't send car repair jobs overseas thank you very much you can't send landscaping Cruz overseas you can there are things you can't move in America a plumber and electricity and because we've star of those industries just as our economy really took off house is got to be big three cars per family those jobs pay a fortune now if you're good at what you do we have brought this on herself to the past sixty or seventy years that I know of this were technologies help to so to and showers in the afternoon Mister chairperson the afternoon showers in the morning take a shower to have a job but you never thought of it that way digit did not there to jobs in the world do you shower before you go to work or when you get home and our parents told us go get a job sure before you go to work but the money is in the other job now correct yeah so make it so succinct thank you yeah I I don't know I just I just see things differently I'm trying to figure out with eighty thousand openings I bet there's eighty thousand coal miners the could be trained to be auto mechanics and I will say this are conditions now are conditions on our shops for the technicians women the most American mission yeah they've they really are they're nothing like they were twenty five years ago neither of the cars Jim no they aren't yeah what's amazing is a break Leslie used to break their infinitely better built we're not done little things you know I've been around so long I remember when you deliver the car and after you wash it you figured out which fenders we're gonna have to repaint from the paint runs I remember that so we all do yeah or the first time the winter car wash well they didn't get that front windshield in exactly plum today right but cars break Leslie have better quality and yet there's more demand for ever they never mechanics because people don't trade of every two years you're right they own them pass the warranty and they want them to run hundred fifty two hundred thousand miles or more we'll Sweden to spend money maintaining their vehicle and the job Tom Durant now we're talking about it one day Tom owns classic by the way and he said we're talking about what salesman used to make in the seventies and what versus mechanics he said you know back in the seventies top salesman made fifty thousand a year the mechanics may twenty five he said today's the salesmen make about the same but the mechanics of doing all right they're doing well they're doing well yeah their incomes of four times and like Tom said the salesman pay up the same so we're talking day was Stephen Gilcrest who is chairman of the fourth Auto Show because he missed a particularly important meeting where this vote was taken that's right and Jim heartache who's chairman of the dealers association nor Texas Brent Frank's to runs in I guess on day to day operation of merry and who actually is the woman the power behind all the thrones here the just quietly watches us to make sure we don't get out of line we're gonna take a quick break we'll be back in just a moment on five seventy KLIF am medico de general manager of more it's kia now with three locations to serve.
"carl school" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Do all three at the fourth Auto Show how about that okay well Hey guys thanks again bye pretty well some double talk about this morning good after in fifty cars get they're paying cash you can get a discounted ticket franchise dealers and planned coming up next thanks for not you welcome you know me with this yeah at you're still talking in shorthand like you're still at channel eleven okay that's okay that's right now and you know there's no pictures it's a you know which is very fortunate for when you have a news director out there they're always trying to get you to shorten up they are and then everyone saw this and no Newsday and then they start pulling their fingers out twenty five minute weather cast that's right so it's eight minutes after eight and will stretch overstressed you will better okay will help me what colors will cars be Stephen well I have all kinds of colors I knew that but we got a lot of great new cars you know I'm glad you said that is great here to go to the Auto Show first thing it's great year for your Ford dealer it is a great cause and to be fair because there's a big announcements today we haven't said it yet but this is going to play into it Chrysler last night announcer employee discounts on most of their hot products that's right right you will have finally gotten a decent supply of the new explorer in finally yeah because they were like dribbling out to dealer six here seven there yeah and then last month we finally started getting the regular supplies you guys really needed we got a decent stock great selection and it's incredible vehicle and we were like discount I'm like forty five hundred Bucks to boot on a brand new explore yeah so I haven't done the ad for this month I don't know what the incentives are but then to back that up you've got an all new Ford escape we do and how do I know about that because everybody mad get that they can't get what they want an escape I'm not making this up it's the number one thing people writing about said how come I can't find a Ford escape titanium what we still haven't gotten real good at launching products when you say when we see you're not talking about southwest Forder platinum Ford you might we don't yeah we don't build that's right and we're not talking about the union that drives them to you now I wonder who could be referring to does anybody else when you come out with an all new car the most expensive ones tend to come first right always one the new ram came out was that what was we're getting very high in Laramie he's yeah just like the telluride which is what everybody wanted to tell you right they want the Essex beer whatever the top line is right now say they want the limited I'm getting relentless complaints of people emailing or going out see Greg shields out itself was forward and going I wanna titanium and there's none to be had who gassed wow I assume we'll have water the Auto Show though we will well there you go is a titanium yeah I don't I don't know why I feel defensive about that stick around you know how this is done so Jim yeah it just one okay so Steven brought up first thing we got the new BMW eight series the X. for X. seven Z. four we have new Silverado there these skates D. that is correct heavy duty we have the escape the explore a Mustang Shelby GT five hundred really brand new the GT five hundred how come it is also how come isn't sold because so they will come see it okay for super duty GMC Sierras dot the palisades for those who haven't seen it yet at the dealership the jaguar S. space jeep gladiator doesn't Sportage the soul the telluride Land Rover Evoque aviator corsair the Nissan versa Cheyenne other at the Porsche cayenne coop but I heard that we got put off really yeah we actually marked it there there will be a new car to be introduced this month is it a crossover yeah kind of but then next thing you know I'm getting this letter that there is going to be put off for a couple months of it's going to be at the Auto Show is gonna be everybody's first chance to see it because I can't see it at the dealership Porsche nine eleven ram heavy duty you just shaking head Jim good looking truck heavy duty use are very important to car dealers I. R. does matter what Chevrolet ram they're all good luck it is the most one of most important trucks because it is our greatest loyalty heavy duty trucks the new legacy they out back Jim I remember when we bought a kia Subaru dealership do you remember that that is how many years ago was that now almost twenty years now yeah it is I mean yeah yeah yeah and when you bought it you said United we got to figure out what to do with the super franchise well it was he knows a little different program them because at that time if you were how many people got how many people was that super franchise kicked around two before super got hot a lot yeah a bunch but they gave us money to be a stand alone Hey it is again twenty years ago Subaru wasn't happening no not like now right now servers up and coming man they got a great product that you remember what changed because everybody forgot why all of sudden nobody you guys had a kia Subaru store in you so we're gonna go with kia here right and so we had a hard time placing the Subaru stored it went to two or three owners before ended up with highly family right okay what why was the reason that that happened why it why was it also people like Carl school St Patrick high lease why did they want super stores well I would say everybody's forgetting it had to do with the product had me do a two thousand nine after the financial meltdown and the car industry collapse in only one car company had an increase in business and it was a good one server server and all the dealers in America looked at the worst of the worst year that we've had in forever in the car business he said but they sold fifteen percent more Subaru's and that was it that's what suddenly everybody wanted super and then the Volkswagen RT on going to be there and then we have a karma Rivero G. T. rolls Royce phantom that Lee Stetson does it come with the happiness doesn't care I saw the no I saw your head that's more of a four door it is but that's not what we think of as a sense of no but I'm sure they'll be one there but for those of you know the guy that runs our dealers association hours of the door bald men wear hats or have hair transplants lane said change we're talking today with Brent Frank she runs of dealers association here for North Texas our buddy Jim heartache who's chairman this year what your chairmanship up never a year from this January so it's a two year deal its two year deal okay yeah because Stephen stat is chairman of the in a DA but that's a one year deal yeah that's just one year it is also the staying on as a director of a do Billy yes I would think so yes past president yeah he's past present Stephen is our new chairman of the fourth Auto Show yes Sir which tends to be like being trapped in an episode of The Twilight Zone and every week you think it's gonna be a new app so they just keep coming ever replaying over and over again thanks to one of my first time well and you're gonna be great at it but how many years did they get you in as chairman of the Auto Show Jim how many years was a mom ten years I until that gate it was like being trapped in an episode of The Twilight Zone that never goes away they didn't tell me that we're gonna take a quick break when we come back in just a moment we're going to do some things different at the coming forth on our show next week we'll tell you about it next on five seventy Kael I I'm.
"carl school" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"At any highly Mazda location Collins and I twenty in Arlington or see Alan Glover pipeline road it Lupe twenty in Hurst or David Gomez and train McGee and highly Mazda in Burlison and we're back with all your day with Dale Randolph is the general manager of hell finds Hyundai up in McKinney and Roosevelt may general manager how fine Sunday down in Plano and what we're talking about self driving cars and everything else the car companies say of the future looks to me like most successful thing today is just having something like on a policy which you guys seem to agree to rather quickly absolutely absolutely what color you want it no no no it's just whatever comes into you know is connected as I am have I ever asked you guys for flavor no there you go there you go now do you think of when I buy my cars what do you think I I tell the guys how to write it up how to how to write it out how how much you do whatever's on your mind hi tell of whatever the average prices yourself for right after that and I'm good yeah which we do that we have that for your my electric car came out yeah Charlie Gilchrist I'm going to sell to the invoice I only had a hundred dollars mark up and I said no you're not you so yeah I am I said Charlie I love you but I'm not gonna go on the radio telling everybody I paid anything that list price for the first TV in Texas eight hundred Bucks to care sunt Mitsubishi sent me a check back for grand anyhow some don't know don't know don't know but I got a thousand dollar rebate on it before ever picked it up they said just take it into the dealer so you can pay less for you give money that you didn't have you still by the back of invoices everybody's happy or everybody could be miserable take your choice I prefer everybody being happy misery comes easily enough that's all we're talking about we're gonna talk about miserable now so there is a story of this week at Reuters that because of the high price of used cars there are more financially challenged Americans being priced out of the market in fact it's as for America's working poor an essential ingredient ingredient getting keeping a job as owning a car which is true yeah that's right okay because the jobs are not necessarily in the regions where the poor people live a hundred years ago it was true yeah the tenements grew up around the factories and all that stuff but that's not what the world is anymore but I don't know this is kind of a new story it's been fifteen years ago Toyota Tacoma four by four hundred fifty thousand miles sixty five hundred Bucks there's no way that's what that goes for so I asked my friends in the Toyota business Tom Ryan Renee is a what will be the price of this eight year old Tacoma with a quarter of a million miles or ten year old coma with quarter million miles four by four no said sixty five hundred but then they said but that's the price of a cash card now absolutely people come in with cash in their pocket and I want that car because it kinda looks good and it doesn't sound like it's falling apart when I drive it right and they come in with cash in their pocket and that was fifteen years ago words cash car quit now guys you know it's it's probably about the same range you know six seven thousand dollars which you're really tough to come by it's probably you know getting closer to eight nine ten that's right yeah a ten thousand yeah my website has cars under ten thousand there's none on there now you're out yeah we don't have any hard to come by very hard to come well first thing I don't know the hard to come by but you do trade for them you don't want to keep them because you don't want the liability of it that's true that's true yeah yeah yeah you just you just you know we we just don't want to put a car out there that there's going to be a problem for someone so yeah yeah we're very very very cautious would what we're putting out a lot to sail bill Nye and in understandably so I mean there was a time and we've all been around the business long enough if you had a car that was he took it in and you had was a hundred thousand under one thousand miles you didn't keep it now first it was a fifteen hundred dollar car yes second the banks wouldn't finance because a read a hundred one thousand miles on the odometer so yeah so you just let a wholesaler habit you get a prize or from your desk back look out the window yeah you can give a number in just from so many things have changed in the car business but we're back to praising cars from your desk bail because in the old days days people would say all I've got this two year old car forty thousand mile bits is perfect condition how much is it worth and we go can you back it up to phone let me hear you now yeah and now you just give the number out yeah we have to well okay I understand if someone is the greatest liar person asking the question when they're buying a car typically gets me in the door as I recall thanks that's not the biggest liar when someone's looking for Kerr is typically the one that will get them in the door well dance that's been going on for a long as long as I've been around say that's more nefarious but that's how it works I sold Mercedes once the guy in New Orleans and he described his trade in to me that was two years old and discussing it it sounded like he was still sitting on the show room at Benson Mercedes in New Orleans he had never bothered to take it all right right because it was flawless so we sold in the car we did the deal and grant them took the car to New Orleans and drove the guy's car back when he got there he said I don't think this cars in perfect condition wow that's we set I don't think this cars in perfect condition and he drove it up and was the nastiest thing you've ever seen in your life it was like this guy it left it in a swamp every night it was that bad that's all I've always wondered how you big cars on the phone and stick by what we're doing that now right you know yeah Hey man happens it happens all the time I mean you know we can we cannot you know it just depends on the car but if if it's a common car without any damage sure we can we can better you know we can we I think it depends on the people actually and an eighty five percent of the time the people are going to be straight with you eighty five percent probably that's probably right yeah and some some will even be off a little bit some even down played a little bit and we'll be in better shape than what they say yeah my experience has always been eighty five percent of the people are just whatever they say they are they're just good people deep down inside yeah I think the market here the culture is is that you have to give that number I mean it's if there's no more Hey I need to see it you can do you can be up front with him and let him know this is a a bad based on your information that you're giving me and it's subject to change what are you two could go up sure again there is there's one the guys on the show and in his location I thought he would actually have a pretty good run a decent trade ins and all that stuff and he said the stuff that I get my store is typically buyers that have completely and totally used up their vehicles making it harder for any he does a great job for you guys on the used car lot he said you would think I would have a better trade in that I actually get at this store but I don't so he has grown making number the auctions and stuff like that you know we we we experience that it at the at the Hyundai in genesis stored Plano for it I've been there you know twenty five years so I remember when most of the traits that came in were cars they were all used up I mean there was not but he's he's sorted and Chevrolet I I started Chevrolet twenty five okay and then you went over to Hyundai yes seven seventeen years ago I went to high okay and when you got the Hyundai of course seventeen years ago the Santa Fe already come out that's right but Hyundai was still still hard slog it was tough yes but defraud act at that point was vastly improved that's right because I remember in two thousand two I had lunch with Carl school and we were talking about car franchises and all that any so what do you think's going to be a franchise in future I said here Hyundai and and a blanched he said you know I had a Hyundai store once our member that hand are yeah and and I said yeah Curley said but this is the most improved car company in the world over the past four years because there was a Hyundai kia before the Asian financial meltdown in ninety eight yes and then there was a Hyundai kia after the Asian financial meltdown it was building a completely different classic cars I was taken over there because they ran the sonata commercial and they said we blindfolded people put in a camera cordon sonata and they look preferred the the right of the sonata and I said if they ever get their styling down they're gonna knock a debt and I'm not sure that's not exactly what happened to their head of the curve they're in their in their continuing to outperform the others and in design well they have some some Mrs I mean but you guys have a new sonata come in and you've got the first ones right no no no it's not we get to see it last week yeah once people on believable college government that car probably be here sometime around the right at the end of the year end of the year yeah for of first of January okay but not but simply because I'm not the one you sell now no but the one before that when I reviewed it at fox for this before you on the show with me and I said this may be the closest a perfect ten of a carb ever brought over here it had great styling and wishes balanced all the way around was at two thousand eleven it may have been you know yeah those car was hot it was it was on but we are in order I'm an old guy that seems like day before yesterday huh yeah what do you have about Dale I know what you mean yeah yeah I'm with you but in any case that being said that is what it is I get all these car companies can talk about self driving cars everything else a great sell car the does would supposed to do add an appealing price is what the public always demands it's always a home run I I it's always a home run it I think it always will be and I think it I think if we were talking about the used cars being used up when they're traded in it's interesting that when you get a product it's that good in that hot when what they want that's the only time I'm really getting traits that have retail miles on on the like forty fifty thousand miles that I can turn around retail it without it being used up so well hold that thought for sick because I'm going to take one more break and I'm gonna hold you guys over to the first segment here for our deal of the week and all that because we got started late because the bills board op with that we're gonna take a quick break we'll be back in a moment on five seventy Kael laugh I'm Julie Gilchrist was southwest Nissan in Weatherford where it's always worth that short drive west to save real money on your next new Nissan and to prove that this month the southwest on twenty nineteen Nissan Titan X. the trucks in inventory we have up to ten grand in the.
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"Miss college game David easiest bad guy out there to you know talk about the rest being cricket that's at eight eight he eats I mean it I don't want to accuse anybody of that but watching it you almost kind I have to think that a B. D. you have you're left with two conclusions the crew that was running this game was a competent or they're on the take Amanda leaned towards incompetent told proven otherwise it's yeah it's just I mean I don't know where to go with this is ridiculous high school I have you know I reached refer high school football games you would miss calls like that yeah as long as I got I got nothing else other than to say that it is it is unfortunate then yeah obviously something that we're all used to here locally let's so let's talk a little about the Broncos band what happened against the Tennessee Titans here's Vic Fangio Monty here it's got to start here's we think he thinks he did on his job on Sunday yeah he did all right you know for his first start the NFL I was through the cut some balls on him but I think overall the did find you know you know considering words come from you know what's that saying ones man's trash is another man's treasure you know it'd make Cincinnati squad so we're glad to have well a Vic Fangio was was pretty smiling like he's smiling away this week street manta brings it it breaks that for budgeting facade just a little bit you see that the quarter turn up in the matches weirdest Carl school of mines hat today he says he was in a good mood you is don't know man I don't want to say who's who's kind of cool to see Vic Fangio in a good mood and and he's right I mean look divides heiress couldn't cut in Cincinnati Cincinnati who's over and looking completely out of their depth the team they're going to be going in a new coat new direction it with their quarterback no question about it Zack Zack Taylor's not running with any Dalton ever again me out there now they wanted Ryan Tannehill.
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"Is why are people or with excess fat to use your on get there sooner it's clear that a business you learn to wear on their own set of patient related diseases on right you can implicate cancer heart disease type type two diabetes all of those developers an overweight people and are more aggressive and why they do not very clear and and one thing that we're realizing is that I'm aging ourselves exhilarated and that is due to an expedited loss of those protective rounds of chromosomes the chilling yours this is fascinating already in it we just barely scratched service here is is this interest in the aging process something that's come on relatively recently or have people been studying this all along we're just now making breakthroughs. well there are certain things that we have been learning for many many years and noble prize for I'm sure winners were given ten years ago and then we'll rating of it is very important to maintain a chromosome land for healthy aging. but there's still lots of questions for instance some animals who live much now I'm a little less than people have along kilometers to begin with and it's not very clear as to what DO relationship between soon okay vigorous moral smaller kilometers and faster or slower aging so we're figuring out those little details but this is just one of the things that will be featured at the symposium there are other interesting things that will be talking about there yeah let's talk about the symposium for a couple of minutes here October fifteenth from eight in the morning to four thirty in the afternoon the fight is Sir from research building that's a long time to talk about old people what's the goal of this gathering really you gonna are you gonna is this something for the public to come see or is it more for the professionals in the industry it's for everybody. okay I'm sorry posted by a consortium of appropriations our university of Texas in Houston and the consortium of interest to wide collaborative effort that leverages reducing strengths and that's producer fall of the user Carl schools school of medicine nursing dentistry public health by medical informatics and biomedical sciences and the major role of the symposium is to highlight them going basic on translational research in the field of vision happening in the greater Houston area so we'll exchange knowledge and for circle abrasions which will help in the development of emerging technologies imperatives and it's not just use your health so will showcase vision related research from you yourself of course but also you can be a Baylor Methodist university of Houston Rice University. yeah all of you who are in this field have a tremendous stake in Hey at some point you guys are going to become seniors as well and you kind of like to have as much information as you can help yourself I would imagine. sure yeah you're you're in the same boat that we are hurt you so. yeah how many speakers are going to be at the symposium. well there are about the ten to fifteen speakers will be two out of town keynote speakers who are quite famous one of them doctor hall of brown board because she is an expert in growth hormone signaling I'm sure will share her seminal findings on how hormonal regulations affect aging processes and other keynote speaker is Elizabeth parish shoe this your beer view of science and she is famous as somebody who did a life extension Chillin arrays extension until America pension Jim therapy trial and herself so you sure I went ahead with this idea that if we're going to lose our to Amir's those protective chromosomal caps as quickly as we do and then maybe we will not Asia fast so she she engineered her own cells to I'm not losers kilometers as quickly and Cheryl share her experience with everyone so it's going to be a breathtaking she Miley live to be a hundred fifty who knows doc so I I saw in the stuff that rob Cahill sent this debt this term diseases of the aging and if we throw obesity out of the equation just any someone who is in a in good overall health what does the aging process lay on us that it wouldn't normally if it throw out cancers too because they're anomalies a little bit well what things can we expect as seniors at us sooner or later it's just part of getting old. well we'll we'll do it old sooner or later yeah near a degenerative disease will affect us soul sooner or later and some us earlier than others one issue to consider is that we're all born deferred a difference though speaking of Fargo's kilometers or down the protective protective chromosome our caps we are all born with the wonders of different lengths and will have a different potential suggestion adequate along how long we're going to live healthy and that some of us have eighty years of health the last time was six to some lesser hundred and basically by our living a healthier lifestyle and avoiding abuses here we can maximize our chances off on not developing Asian related conditions such as degenerative diseases circa Pina Michigan are also related by killing your loss. the little things of aging like your eyes in your hearing changing those all I guess would be regulated by the same stuff do you do would you foresee a time when the insurance companies would would look at these caps and say okay this guy's gonna live a long time this guy's not gonna live this long or can they use that is part of their actuarial tables you are very insightful I'm betting that you're perceived future I think that there was going to happen I think is going to be a routine genetic analysis to be done produce one where are we will learn about our Asian potentials and will have personalized prescriptions on how to proceed for live by I waiting loss of certain cells in certain organs of our body because some of us are more susceptible of aging on the brain others are more susceptible our nation and deliver and we might be able to learn how to control that early age we'll start measuring caps and they will determine which cap takes care of which function pretty good stuff is a very exciting and also a little bit frightening doctor might Mikhail Colin the symposium on aging he'll be speaking there as well as others it's absolutely free October fifteenth from eight in the morning to four thirty pack a lunch I guess alright details I would imagine you could find it you T. H. dot EDU slash aging thank you so much doctor.
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"C show broadcast live down here from Fort Myers, Florida. Eighty degrees here today sons out of Minneapolis and in Florida right now. So that's good news at eight twenty two WC wanna bring in our good friend. Dr Paul baller last time. We chatted. He was in Singapore. He's back home today. Paul good morning. Good morning to you. Dave. And Paul, of course, at the Carlson school at the university of Minnesota in law and business, and he is the Jonah Bruce moody chair over there, by the way as well. So, hey, Paul what's the best business to get into in the twin cities right now? Well, it's a little different Dave than where you are in Florida. That big business right now is snow blowers. And we're the biggest manufacturer of them in the US with Toro based in Bloomington. So just looking at some numbers on that. You know, all that snow's been coming down, and that's caused a little bit of angst among Shovellers around Toro's there to help. And in fact, it's been great business for them sales. Or the quarterly earnings if everyone up about ten percent sales are up to route six hundred three million, you know, the company thinks snowy sales and winter also going to translate into great spring for them because landscapers and small contractors that pick up extra revenue from ploughing snow now here in the twin cities. Well, they have more money in the spring to buy lawnmowers. That's another Toro products. Are right now snowblowers are looking pretty good though. It's a little cold out here, and that bodes well for when the snow is gone in the leaves come out. They can sell the mower's too. Well in all bitterness, I'm happy for the people who snowblower start but mine decided not to work the entire month of February been into two different repair shops. And Paul it is still not fixed. We'll ask you what your brand is. But you remember deal backup and snow removal service. It's called Dave Lee and his back in his shovel. It was that's all it's been. I gotta say, but I won't tell you what manufactured is. But, but I'm gonna guess you can guess exactly what it is very very disappointing. Their let me ask you about some other things too. Because and ironically enough Paul I'm sitting down here in Fort Myers right now. And I'm watching them and get ready players are starting to come out in the field some exercises. But as I look on the grassy Knowles these little cool hills. They put in spring training stadium down here at Hammond stadium where fans can sit down and bring a blanket and just sit on the hill and watch the game. They have their Paul the self propelled mower is going up and down the hills all by themselves like a pool cleaner or like one of those. What are they roomba? Vacuum cleaners for your house pretty cool that like. The days when Tonio was out there kind of you know, throughout the ball around. And maybe rod Karoo things are up-to-date in Kansas City and in Fort Myers. It's pretty exciting to see that. I have a friend. It's I'm gonna meet here. Just a few minutes who's a longtime employee was at best buy and they're in the news today that they just made noon, the news in the last ninety minutes date, we've been watching for their fourth quarter earnings earnings of running up to about that one. Either. The the company stock had been lagging in the second half of two thousand eighteen at dropped about forty forty five percent from its July high. So people were asking questions about whether best buys performance was lagging and that's important because retail performance lagging often is a sign of a slowing economy. So the news from best buy is very positive in the last ninety minutes, they just released they outpaced analysts expectations. I think that we're looking at analysts were expecting. Fifty seven a share. They got two dollars and seventy two cents. So I suspect when the markets open in just a few minutes, we're going to see a big bump in best buy stock price. That's good news for the company the company that Richard Schultz built and Huber's elite rebuilt in the two thousand ten it. Also, both well for the US economy because it means people are still buying retailers are still making money with one caveat. Dave sales were also down at best buy so the analysts love it. When you see profits going up in sales going up when they're both down. They hate it. When it's in between. It's something of a mystery. We're trying to figure out what's the way to make money by cutting costs but also to make money by innovating. So we'll watch best buy closely as we move into the next set of quarters here in two thousand nineteen because it's an important bellwether for the economy, Dr baller last minute. What about the fed chair? What what decisions are going to be married made their do you think, you know? I don't wanna be Jerome Powell right now, he's the fed chair. He's got a tough situation in front of them. He's got a mandate to control prices. He's also got a mandate to help. Back in two thousand eighteen you were trying to tighten things, you know, because of the booming economy now things headwinds, and so right now he's slowing down what he had been doing which is buying up money by essentially, you know, buying back. The Getty changing the bonds and bills on their on their spreadsheet in their balance sheet. And and what's happening is he's slowing that down because he's not sure where the economy is going to go next. That's what we gotta watch closely companies like best buy target WalMart to see what's happening with the American consumer. They keep their pocket open then power can go back to tiny. But if they're not doing that as much especially at target WalMart. Let's watch for them. Dave, then we'll see him slow down. We want to make sure he doesn't stop the recovery. That's continued for some time at the same time. Don't stop the fire. The fires of inflation. All right, Paul. And appreciate you. Joining us here on WC SEO is always said Heidi of to burp lie Levin, by the way, just walked by my gosh, Hollander. And if you see Karoo or Aleve out there throwing a ball and tell them ask him when we're gonna play a game, Donna how Vanna for Tonio or down in Panama City, Robbie del. Wouldn't that be awesome? Hey, paul. Thank you so much have a great weekend. We'll talk to you next week. Again, you bet. Dr Paul baller from university of Minnesota Carlson school here on WCTC. Oh, hey, you know, what's the best way to keep abreast of all the hot topics in the business world and in leadership? Well, hearing them discussed by top executives in the field, of course, in one of those I can think of right here. From the Carl school Carlson school of management is our good friend, Dr Paul baller, and they do some wonderful things over there in that first Tuesday speaker series, if I can just bring that up again, that's a great place to hear from the really key players in much talked about business community that Paul brings up every week. It's the first Tuesday of every month at the McNamara alumni center on the u of m campus, it's a hot ticket. It's a window really into the minds of a lot of our business leaders in town. We have a lot of them very successful..
"carl school" Discussed on Hostage
"Though, not much is known of Carl hall and Bonnie head early years will attempt to understand their transition from troubled misfits to child abductors next week in part two will learn of the bizarre negotiations process in which the kidnappers gave confusing instructions we'll explore the FBI investigation into the kidnapping and the media frenzy that resulted from the crime. In order to understand the motivations of Bobby green, Lisa's kidnappers. Carl hall and Bonnie Hetty it's important to travel back in time and explore their formative years. Born in nineteen nineteen Carl Austin hall was the son of John Austin hall and zealous e hall Carl grew up in the small town of Pleasanton, Kansas where his father was a well known attorney in nineteen thirty two Carl hall was thirteen year old boy about to begin high school. This was the year of the infamous Lindbergh kidnapping in which the infant son of the famed aviator was taken from his home and later killed the one Bruno Richard help men would later be arrested for the crime speculation persists to this day as to the true culprit, it's a crime that young Carl hall would have almost certainly been aware of and that would perhaps remain in his subconscious for years. Years to come John Hall Carl's father passed away that same year leading to Carl's mother zella enrolling him at the Kemper military school in September nineteen thirty three located in Boone Ville, Missouri. It was a regional fixture training. Young men for service in the armed forces since the late eighteen hundreds Kemper also hosted problem students who had blown their chances at previous institutions by nineteen thirty three Paul Greenlees was one such student the adopted son of Robert C Greenlees the wealthiest auto dealer west of the Mississippi he had rebelled throughout his youth. Paul green lease and Carl hall were at Kemper together for at least a year when Carl was fourteen and Paul was sixteen. Neither could have predicted that in twenty years time Carl would kidnap Paul's younger half, brother. Bobby Carl hall was by most. Counts a strong student. He performed his duties with vigor and excelled in his coursework. It's hard to imagine that Carl didn't feel some resentment toward Paul Greenlees. Carl didn't come from nothing. His father had been a successful. And well known lawyer in Pleasanton, but that was a small town, especially when compared to Kansas City, Missouri. Where Paul grew up in. Well, Carl's family was well off Paul's family was endlessly wealthy Paul's parents visited in a dark blue Cadillac Coral's mother showed up in a Buick Paul had Christmas at Union Station with all the cutest gals. Carl just went home to his mom and so Carl the good student from good family paled in comparison to Paul the problem student from the exceptional family. Kemper students would sneak out whenever they could finding a local bar or a good spot in the woods. It was normal to see who could drink the most some of the country. Boys would bring up some moonshine from their family homes in the Ozarks. Some of the boys could drink this much. And still excel in school. Carl hall wasn't one of them. His mother zella had never allowed any alcohol around the house and it hit him like a deer kick to the face. But when he was drunk. He forgot about school forgot about his strict parents at home forgot about Paul Greenlees by nineteen thirty six seventeen year old Carl hall got to wear a needed a drink to get through the day. Just a few years ago. He had been a small town boy who only drank alcohol when he could find it Carl school records shows a history of positive and complimentary comments in one thousand nine hundred eighty three and nineteen thirty. Four but by nineteen thirty six instructors began to refer to Carl in their reports as untrustworthy and rebellious in that same year school records show that Karl hall had taken ill an attempted to acquire alcohol while in the infirmary reading between the lines. It would seem that Carl had at the very least developed an alcohol problem something school faculty were ill equipped to diagnose entreat. It's difficult to know the exact origin of Carl halls intense alcoholism, the final F B I file on the kidnapping makes no mention of any kind of psychiatric evaluation of the suspect and genetic makeup is of course, unavailable considering the timeframe of the crime and general obscurity of the culprit, but it's clear that alcoholism dogged him for the rest of his life in nineteen forty two..
"carl school" Discussed on Global News Podcast
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