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2 12 2019 Live from Daytona Outback

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2 12 2019 Live from Daytona Outback

"The following is a production of the motor racing network. The voice of NASCAR. Look it up to rock and roll today without the plug four hundred laps cats. You guys have a great day or tonight. We'll have a widower. We gotta do. The motor racing network presents NASCAR law and William Byron will win the pole for the great American race. Your Johnson get together daughter took it together heart into the mid that moved to the inside. And then we kinda got together. I'm not sure it's just the air breaking his bumper plane pulled his car over that car. Live is brought to you by blue Monday at outback steakhouse from the outback steakhouse in Daytona Beach, Florida here is your host Mike Bagley. Hello, everybody. Welcome to another edition of NASCAR live on the motor racing network. We are live at outback steakhouse is outside of turn four at Daytona International Speedway. Getting you ready for the sixty first running of the Daytona five hundred lots happening so far this week here at Daytona. You're going to hear from the clash winner. Jimmy johnson. You're also. To hear from the Daytona five hundred pole winner William Byron and his crew. Chief Chad canals we've got NASCAR hall of Famer rusty Wallace stopping by to join us along with his booth mates. Jeff struggle and Alex Hayden. And we've got a whole lot more for you as well. But let's get today shows started with a check in of the very latest in NASCAR news with the host of NASCAR today midday. Kyle Ricky Kyle Mike the focus for the first half of Daytona speed weeks has surrounded Hendrick motorsports. And for good reason. All four of the team's Chevrolets qualified in the top four spots in Daytona five hundred pole qualifying in Jimmy Johnson won the advance auto parts clash just a few hours later team owner Rick Hendrick in feels good feels good to see Kevin Jimmy has success today. And it feels good to see women Chad. So it's it's been a good day for the organization. I hate we had to wreck their D N. But it's been a really good day for. Our team. The next time the monster energy NASCAR Cup series cars hit the racetrack will be Thursday night for the gander RV dual twin qualifying races. David Ragan qualified twenty third on Sunday in his selectblinds Ford out of the front row motorsports. Stables Reagan is a former Daytona winner and says the partnership with selectblinds came together in a unique way involving his favorite charity. Sending our Shriners hospitals for children for race car out to bear Jackson is one of their charity cars and Rick steel who's the founder and president of selectblinds he was a huge race fan. His mom was actually treated at one of the Shriners hospitals for children when she was a young kid. And so he bought the car. It was a great event a great auction for charity. I it was really neat. And we started talking about the racing program and his company and kind of how we can use that. And and the world of NASCAR to to leverage solve our great fans and one thing led to another and here we are. Her daytona? So Reagan will start eleventh in gander RV dual number two on Thursday night. See more on Daytona speed weeks. Presented by advent health now at M R, N dot com. Mike, thank you. When we come back. We'll hear from clash Twitter Jimmy Johnson and later we'll hear from William Byron about winning the pole position for the sixty first Daytona five hundred. At home. We're all about giving you more ways to get more done like our free fix finder service. If your check engine light is on our fix finder service can help troubleshoot the real problem, saving you time and money down the road one help from a pro we can help with that to keep your engine running clean with fuel. Injector clear it'll help maximize or engine's fuel economy. So it can perform at its best. 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That's how it sounded on Sunday on the motoracing network. What a rambunctious ending and a premature ending to the clash Daytona International Speedway. Welcome back to NASCAR live Sunday. It was the season opener. The clash ended early because of weather, and of course, dramatic mood by Jimmy Johnson and contact with Paul Menard that ultimately put Jimmy in the lead. And well if that big crash behind him NASCAR as Woody Cain was in victory lane with the driver of the number forty eight car, Jimmy Johnson. Jimmy, let's start with the the way this thing ended a little contact between you and Paul Menard. How did that come about? Just heard racing nonsense to go back and look at the replay and get a better feel for it. I think it was just hard racing. And unfortunately, this car sorta wobbling, and then it collected everybody else behind them at that point. But I knew I need to set up. My move rain was coming and then opportunity showed itself a couple times on the back straightaway on the laps before. And you know, I had the run and got inside of them was. Up along, you know to retire. So before things started kind of get scary. Did you get enough of a run to get a feel for what you're going to be up against Thursday and Sunday? I mean, it seemed like this was a fits and starts kind of race. I mean, every rep helps got a lot of practice research today, which is nice research seemed to be very key with this package and how these cars Racine right now. So you know, the the twenty drivers that had a chance to race today. Certainly had an advantage. It seemed like at one point you are well back in the pack, and then you just appeared in second place is it easier to get from the back to second. Then from second to first. So much happens in the first couple of laps after a restart and the first few restarts. I was in the wrong lane and things didn't work out forming the last couple of restarts. I was in the right lane and everything worked out perfect. So it's just play racing. It's just how it goes in years past the the bottom line would go then the toppling ago. And now, it seems like the top lane is so dominant. Why do you think that is know the side draft is pretty significant on these cars and the bottom lane? It's easy. Just to choke them down and pull the speed out of their cars. And once that happens in our PM gets too low for the bottom lane cars just lose lose that edge down there in the middle lane or toppling seems to be the spot to be with the rules. Packers await us right now. Hendrick motorsports qualifies one two three four you and Kevin mentoring off to a great start. All smiles anything else, you guys want to work on or you got to kind of rift on your laurels a little now. Now, it's full steam ahead. I wish we could have won the poll today. I would have made for the most epic day ever. But it was the most bec- day for Hendrick motorsports. Chevrolet, and then certainly. Welcome ally into our sport of NASCAR with a victory and a third place starting spot for the Daytona five hundred really cool. And finally, what do you think might be different Thursday versus what we saw on Sunday. I thought we were all pretty reserved in smart throughout the course of the race. I would say more of that, you know, more single file stuff. Everybody wants to make sure they're five hundred cars make it to the five hundred. So I think I think it'll be smart. And it depends on whether you know, if the sun comes out of the cars aren't gonna be easy to drive, it's overcast and cool. We can be pretty aggressive. Congratulations. Thank you. Thank you. What he what an ending to that that that was set so many records on so many levels there. I don't ever recall there being a clash effected by three red flags for rain and ending the way it did it ended in quite a dramatic fashion. And it's Jimmy Johnson and Kevin mentoring getting their first win together. It comes in the clash at Daytona that move makes Jimmy our auto zone. Driver of the week. Does your check engine light? Have you stressing the free zone. Fix finder service. We'll help you find the likely issue, saving you time and money. See store for restrictions and details get into own autozone. Coming up next. William Byron talks about scoring the poll data. China and I chat with his crew chief Chad Canal Plus later, Jeff St. and Alex Hayden. 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You know with the Chevrolet in the worth putting in on the nights for service. Good the hammer name of card. Don't miss any of the breaking NASCAR news with NASCAR today day only the motoracing network before NASCAR. Live from the outback steakhouse in Daytona Beach. This is NASCAR lie and William Byron will go to the top over Jimmy Johnson. And William Byron will win the poll of the great American race. Byron is on the pole in the exhaust Chevrolet and new cheap chat canal. They are number one at Daytona. Now. Back to Mike Bagley. We welcome you back to that car live. That's how it sounded Sunday afternoon now in motoracing network and here at Daytona. It was William Byron driving that legendary number twenty four to the pole position for the great American race. It's his first ever pole in his young monster energy NASCAR Cup series career. And it's a big one. But Byron says at the team felt that this was a realistic goal for them. All along realistically. Probably thought know we're going to be somewhere in the hunt. The guys have done a lot of work to get down here. It's kind of been a a hardworking off season for them. And there's been a lot of things in the in the work saw excited to get down here and see what we had. But ultimately, you never know who's going to pop up and be competitive and fast down here. So great to get a poll big for Chevrolet, I guess with their accomplishment there. So for me, the dual doesn't matter at this point. We're this was the gold get this up two spots. You know? And if we're second that was great too. But you know, the polls good and now our our goal is. I mean, really what we have in the dual is nothing like what we're going to have on Sunday. So it's not even worth scaring yourself or doing whatever to figure it out. I learned that last year the hard way. So I think that I just look forward to being a part of it and seeing what that brings and then Friday and Saturdays really are hard working days. And really the conversations will have are important to art of what makes William Byron scoring the pole for the Daytona five hundred as big as it is is the big change that came in the season over at Hendrick motorsports. Moving Chad canals from Jimmy Johnson over to Williams hood. And then of course, it's Kevin mentoring. And Jimmy Johnson being paired up on the forty eight at a chance to catch up with Chad. After qualifying was over and ask what a big moment. This was for him being able to win a pole at Daytona. As crew chief of the legendary number twenty four I wanted to be on the twenty four car back in nineteen Ninety-two. Jeff Gordon for. Strove it in Atlanta. So to to be able to walk into the racetrack for the first time with a twenty four badge on my chest. And there and qualify I for the Daytona five hundred is fantastic. It's dream come true. Obviously a lot of hard work back at the shop. Lot of talented individuals who kinda changes has to twenty fourteen gone through during the off season to prepare yourself for nineteen awful lot, honestly off allotted. And I'd love to say that we've taken we could take all the credit, but we can all the guys here really was execute. What the guys at the shop built for us to bring the racetrack. And the guys on the twenty four team. We've got a lot of new guys and they're spending a lot of their time. Just figuring out processes and procedures. And getting all the is dotted and t's crossed. And I've preached that all winter long. If we do that we're going to be successful. And that's what they did throughout the course of the week get everything set right done, right prepared. Well, and we were able to go out there. And do what we need to do. It's time this cargoes on the track of the Thursday for the dual. Then obviously, you got practice than the five hundred have you thought your strategy this coming week about how much you want that car on the track? And how much you want wanna back in the garage because obviously you don't want to this thing up throw it away. No, we definitely don't want to do that. I think I think you'll see us run pretty conservative in the one fifty obviously. And just just you know, hedge our bets on the conservative side, we're gonna take Pitztal one for the one fifty will be the same pits. All that we take for the five hundred that'll get William an opportunity to get with the pit box. The pick crew familiar with the environment. And then once we get past the one fifty get some smaller groups do some drafting throughout the course of the week before we get into the Daytona five hundred let you go you worked with a lot of talent here both in the shop on the racetrack. Can you assess Williams talent what you've been able to observe of him outside when you were at the forty eight. Then now you're with him on the twenty four pretty hard to know yet. But I know he can hold white open around tone. How's that? So that's that's that's a good start. Let's say that thing I like about William is. He's very very intuitive his very aware of his surroundings. What's going on inside the race car? If he's a little bit off line. He come. He came in yesterday is like man, I missed that line just a little bit. I'll do better next time. And I told them right there. Track like this. If you can say that you missed the line, you're already in the twenty twenty percentile right there. So we've we've got a good star. We've got a good head of steam. It's gonna be a lot of fun. It's going to be very interesting to see what William Byron. And Chad canals can do not only in the five hundred. But how well do all through two thousand nineteen we'll all find out together and you can keep tabs on that right here on motor racing network. Coming up Jeff St. go and Alex join us live at the outback here in Daytona Beach and later Daytona five hundred backtracks from one year ago. Boom. That up. In order to maximize vehicles, performance and efficiency, the proper adjustments need to be made based on the road ahead. That's true for both racecar drivers on the track. And for truck drivers hauling freight on the highway, but if you're trucks equipped with the Detroit DT twelve automated manual transmission with intelligent powertrain management adjustments are made automatically based on GPS terrain mapping, maximizing performance and efficiency. Don't just want better business solutions demand them. Learn more at demand Detroit dot com. The wheel entrusted pit crew. The week goes to the wood brothers number twenty one Ford racing team driven by Paul Menard. 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And now, I'm Jack bring it all down the street level in a point you with the guide on the wall and back at the shop. Join me on 'em are in call presented by money lions every Wednesday on the marine dot com. I two are whatever podcast or fat. Live from the back steakhouse of Daytona Beach. This is NASCAR live now. Back to Mike Bagley. Nascar live joining us here. The stakeouts Daytona Beach are motoracing network anchors. Jeff St. and Alex, Hayden, gentlemen. Welcome to the outback. Hello, mike. Mike fantastic. Fantastic. That have lots of action to talk about all the racetrack. But I folks have been following along on social media. There's been some shenanigans that have involved you guys starting on track with the NASCAR racing experience yesterday that treat you guys fantastic. I mean, how many times do you ever get a chance to strap behind the wheel of an actual NASCAR stock car and go around the high banks of Daytona? We had a great time. We really did. Thanks, everybody. Nascar racing experience for for putting this on force gives us a sense all a smaller degree of what these drivers go through out there. We were going about one hundred fifty miles an hour. And as everybody knows they're pushing two hundred in the draft. All we had to do is pick. It up just a little bit. We ran one fifty what William run one ninety three and change or whatever it was. So forty three miles an hour off the pace post is only one postman went out there put on lap to seventeen and some change. That's what he's claiming what he's saying. Matter of fact, he went so fast. They rang the siren at the Dawson Ville pool hall. It was it was unique in the fashion. Mike of coming off pit road. They want you in fourth gear. They want you up to speed and you go into turn number one at speed. Whether you're ready or not it it in granite if you couldn't do it. You could back it down a little bit. But the fact of just trying to get up there on a high Bank having a spotter in. You're you're saying, you know, hold it down hold it down to car wants to kinda push up. Even at one fifty coming off to coming off turn four spotters in your ear going bring it down get it down on that yellow line. And after a couple of laps. I think we all kind of got the hang of it. And it it was fun. And like he said, a brand new perspective of exactly what these guys are doing to our degree sound like it was a lot of fun with all the pictures and everybody had a good time. Speaking of perspectives we had a different one Sunday during the Vance auto parts clash at Daytona. What an odd a we had on Sunday. But let's start with qualifying. I William Byron on the pole for the Daytona five hundred. I think a lot of. Snnu? It was going to probably be a Hendrick car because it seems like that when five hundred pole qualifying time comes around. They answer the bell quite nicely. This time with William Byron at the controls came in four in a row talking about Hendrick Chevrolet. So is just a matter of whether they were going to break a longstanding tie rainier racing. Dating way. Back had put for their cars on a pole for the Daytona five hundred four years in a row. Hendrick came in doing the same thing and hoping to be able to break that standalone. They did that. I don't think Alex we expected to see that type of dominance. Not only did they put William on the poll Alex on the outside front row. But then backed it up with their other two cars going third and fourth quick they they dominated. And it's obviously here at Daytona. Talladega. It's single car. Qualifying you go to the top twelve to the next round. So not only were they dominating around one. They backed it up and a lot of people are wondering. Okay, things are a little bit different than the rear ends heated up a little bit more. Some of these cars may go faster, but not even close the Hindu. Chevrolets single car. Speed were fantastic. Now the question is what are they have form in race trim before Sunday they have to get through the dual at Daytona the gander RV dual coming up on Thursday night that racist change complexities. A lot over the years. And when you look at that race, it's a great opportunity to shake things down. But it depends on who you are. And what your lot is in life. How intense you race that Rick so yeah. And it's it's unique to because they had to fifty minute practice sessions this past Saturday for not only single car runs to get ready for qualifying Sunday. But that was also your practice to get ready for the dual as well. So you could go out and draft and a handful of cars did that not very many the most I think I saw were four cars in a draft. And that was basically it. So how hard are they going to run in the dual come Thursday night? I I really honestly don't expect them to go all out because they need these primary cars run the Daytona five hundred I expect the the opening couple of laps are going to be fun to buy two. Maybe some three wide racing to get an. Idea after that. But some of these teams especially some of the teams that we call in the back half of the garage that may be their one and only car they have to take care of that race car. And and they they got a couple of spots that some of these guys are going to be going for they have to get into the great American race. So they're going to have to race again, be sure to tune into Thursday night. Six PM eastern time the gander RV dual at Daytona. We will set the field for the sixty first running of the Daytona five hundred once we had qualifying the books on Sunday. It was the clash a bit of an odd. Clash when you say that's probably the perfect word odd unexplainable. Not what we expected for. Sure. We just saw everybody kind of fall in single file and ride, and I think Mike, you know, you've done this twenty five thirty times where you've been down here in have watched a race unfold. And we talk about it logging laps just trying to put a few laps down before we actually start to race. But we really never saw him rates. And I think a lot of that had to do with the fact that there was always whether in the area. I don't think anybody. Was ever a hundred percent truly comfortable with the conditions on the race track? You know, we what we end up doing getting stopped three times for rain. And you know, at the end of the day you just kept going okay race. When are we gonna see him race? It just never happened. But Alex, I don't think that that is going to be any indication as to what we're gonna see certainly come Sunday, Thursday don't know. But when we dropped the green flag for the five hundred they're not going to just sit up there and ride. They can't it was just a weird day weird race around because qualifying earlier that days we just talked about went off without a hitch. No problems whatsoever. And everybody has access to a radar. Whether it's on your computer screen on the pit box in the garage or anybody in the grandstands with a smartphone. For crying out has the the radar. You saw what was coming out there? The teams were certainly aware of that. So yeah, it was just kind of a an audacious. But I don't expect that at all Sundays great American race the Daytona five hundred. It's the biggest race of the year. Everybody wants to be at eight hundred five hundred. Champion. They're not just going to get out there and ride before we let you go. Speaking of being interesting, Alex, you're going to have an opportunity tomorrow that none of us probably will ever get and folks can follow it along. I'm sure on social media once till the folks which you have going on here. Tomorrow Daytona very fortunate. I've been invited to go fly with the United States Thunderbirds tomorrow. I'm super excited about I live in Goldsboro North Carolina where we have an air force base Seymour Johnson air force bases there. We've got squadrons of f fifteen strike eagle fighter planes. I watched them. Fly all the time. These are these are the different type of fighter but still the same type of deal. I've seen Thunderbirds not only here at Daytona. But also the full show many times every year at home for the air show in town. I can't wait. I'm fired up beyond belief to go up and fly with the United States Thunderbirds. Jeff, I know Jeff DeLuca said. They're my heroes. But besides that. Yes. He will. I'm sure be documenting. All the good, right? I'm going to be there to document all the other things bad. He's got the good. I got the bad and the ugly mind over matter. I may need, you know, put a caption under a picture that says, you know, if you've got a queasy stomach don't look at this picture because apparently he had a queasy stomach when he stood on its tail and took it up about forty thousand foot going to be fun though. How can folks follow you on social media, Alex the best way to do it Twitter Instagram at the Alex Aiden, and I have to say the Aleksei because Alex Satan is a comic book character. I've come to find out, we know and everything. Alexey and Jeff echo while you your Instagram. Game was picked up Jeff struggle. Bam on both four two gentlemen. Thank you so much. You bet that is Jeff St. oh, and Alex Hayden. Joining us here at the outback steakhouse. Thank you both for stopping by coming up. We're gonna relive the 2018 Daytona five hundred and Austin Dillon's dramatic win with an esker alive. Backtracks later. Rusty Wallace will stop by join us here live at outback. The road home fill up with the official. 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We continue here at the backstage Cal that they thought to be Florida one year ago, very dramatic finish to the great American race. Austin Dillon going to Gatorade victory lane. But it was the drama of the number three returning to that hallowed ground, some twenty years after Dale Earnhardt senior did it that makes that five hundred so much more special. So we are getting ready to put him under the green flag. Glad you are with this on a beautiful Sunday afternoon in Daytona Beach, Florida the Daytona five hundred. The blanket white good luck in there. Buddy ratio. Lots going to happen to the cream. Great day today that you loves clear four pace car is we've been waiting for for the last three months pace cars off road in the green flag, waving Daytona. Straightaway. Kyle Busch tire car just about loose on he'll gathering backup Bush the face lifter is down. Don't care the quarterback can only. Only time will back to Daytona. Under the caution flag. Let's go back a left when he ate Kyle Busch. Plan left tire came onto the road. Just a moment ago latte fifty another problem for Kyle overturned free. When like another issue for Kyle Busch that Toyota might have been another left rear tire that car snapped around and turn three or rent guys wreck bumper covers off of it drive. It. They think. Take it to the box. He'll lose per wheel deliver wheel dot and Colorado. Neither on here. We always run. On the top two fake push inside. We're reckon. All right. Sooner with the overheating problem with Doug, h the engine builder on that car the front of the real dot pushed up in that close the opening on. It was able to command. Little again. On the whole thing wondering wondering horrific. Horrific event to Benedetto continues to hound to that that group of cars the front of the field fund or up there with Lee filters mad at myself stuff, hit stop, at least for my mind. Pick that up as a whole going to happen in twenty minutes. Spins. Piling in now caught up with Kirk outside wall per second time. Yellow fire underneath the checkup. Turn lab per fire truck here got a little fire. Go ahead checkup. And I was paid too fast. Causton Dillon leads the pack off turn number four. No one ever thought. He would contend for the win. He's going to do it. He's gonna win the sixtieth running of the Daytona five hundred Galon here. Saito hundred winter's come home. Funny. How you wanted to use it? Yes, sir. It is over you want to gradulate all him. Did you today? So as we get ready for this year's Daytona five hundred all of us here at motor racing network or celebrating fifty years of Daytona five hundred racing on 'em are an last night a special edition of NASCAR live aired going back through the years and reliving the best Daytona five hundred's. The motor racing network for his aunts. The trial Fanuel Daytona five hundred mile. Dale Earnhardt is going to win the Daytona five hundred in his twentieth. Try everybody all three team. Everybody's worked so hard for the. Dale Earnhardt, jR, pulls down to the start finish line. He will win the Forty-six running of the great American race Dale Earnhardt junior in the two thousand four Daytona five hundred his HALE to win Daytona five hundred glad I got to raise my buddy Tony Stewart for the win. This is got to be the greatest day of my life. Austin Dillon leads the pack off turn number four. No one ever thought he would contend for the win funnies gonna do it. He's the win the sixtieth running up the Daytona five hundred tone has away with just making memories. Twenty nineteen. Greg American race is near at Jimmy Johnson has the Daytona five hundred has the NASCAR world symbols on the world's most famous speech in Daytona so too does the motor racing network world's greatest stock car race. The Daytona five hundred mile for the fifth time in history 'em are in will bring a sounds of Daytona to listeners worldwide. While at a Bank, and you're going to be by the end the finish line. Richard petty goes back in front. They spin there in the wall piteous sliding slamming in twenty nine. Goes to run around this police for five hundred miles and stay out of trouble. Yeah. He's a feed in heart will not be able to do anything with them chip Gordon wins the Daytona five hundred for a second time you recognize how recognize that races. And that winter is in in, you know, how special it is to be their hair back. Carol turned four day. Oh, towered cut the lead. He goes the inside heard heart not gonna get it Terron is going to bring Joe Gibbs his first Donovan win was pretty special. Join the voice of Bascom for the biggest race of the season four Trevor Bayne playing defense. He's out in at age twenty. He's gonna win the fifty third Daytona five hundred the great American race is plaque way at the start finish line. Who will get there? I it's true. Have to the call. Denny Hamlin has won the fifty eighth running of the Daytona five hundred. That was an amazing finnick has heard on 'em are in radio for fifty of time in history hundred come out of your e seventeen. To the entire show from last night on M R, N dot com. Coming up NASCAR hall of Famer rusty Wallace joins us here at the outback and later we'll hear from some drivers about what they expect. From this week's Daytona five hundred Leland designs in venue factors, reliable and powerful warning lights white illumination lighting sirens. Controllers and high powered warning systems for autumn motive aviation and mass notification industries worldwide every part of every will product is proudly designed and manufactured in America and is tested on site to meet the toughest industry certifications on the road in the air. And around the world Wieland is trusted to be seen trusted to be heard trusted to perform. If you're on the road now chances are pretty good. 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And what they expect the upcoming twenty nineteen season that again tomorrow night, seven pm eastern time hope you'll join us coming up next NASCAR hall of Famer rusty Wallace will stop by the outback here in Daytona. Give us his take on this week's action at the world center racing and a whole lot more. This is NASCAR live on the motor racing network. The voice of NASCAR. Experience different lawyer sees the check your blood experience excitement, drama and action. And he wins the s p p five hundred experience NASCAR at its best experience. Martinsville the monster energy NASCAR Cup series. Returned the martinsville speedway March twenty four th for the SP five hundred tickets start at just forty seven dollars and are on sale now. Call eight seven seven rates ticks or Martin Jill feet way dot com today to start your experience. Season is just around the corner. And NASCAR today is making sure Europe the speed every weekday ready to go. I mean, honestly the rules are changing quite a bit. We're all racing to figure out new mousetrap out. I new rules and new faces in new places are all part of the starting lineup for twenty nineteen. I'm excited less thing for one in the garage at the track or behind the scenes every weekday mass car today brings you the latest as we close in on the green flag. Live from the outback, steakhouse Daytona Beach. This is NASCAR live now. Back to like Bagley walk to that car lives. Joining us now at the BAC house Daytona each is NASCAR hall of Famer rusty Wallace, brother man feels good or giving it up. Dark day. Everything's going fantastic weather down here. Daytonas great. It's just got a good feeling this week's it, really. Does it? Feels awesome speed weeks got off to a little odd start there in the clash and qualifying. And all that what's your take? When you observe that from the tower, it's tough to take that one in because there was so much rain. Nobody can get their rhythm built up. They go out and run your ten laps. Rain run to the five laps at it rained stuff like that. Then you ended under rain. So I don't know. I think this is one where we just got to push the reset but try again next year because this year just didn't work out that good because the all the rain, I think I've talked to three or four people. They've all said about the same thing as a racecar driver. How frustrating is it when you're trying to get a race in you're trying to get into a rhythm? And you're trying to get into the mindset and you stop start stop starting all that. Do you guys process? Well, that's not easiest not easy because I mean that particular Raisch generally, you go into the clash with everybody all jacked up and fired up and Mike. I sure just there's no points, and they're all going for the money, and they're all they're all flexing muscles and going forward. You know? Well, there wasn't any of that going on because they just couldn't get fired up for that event. So it's tough one thing that makes it differ is like I said, I mean it it's not about points. It's all about the money, and it's all about winning that big trophy in you, really go in with a complete different mindset with when that's happened in versus your points racing. So they Jimmy Johnson got the money. If it's a controversial move some people like to some didn't like it in. And that was it to me. I watched that thing over and over and over I actually watched it about six times in my gosh. Look like Paul Menard moved to left maybe two foot. That's about if it was just enough that Johnson had a run going and he went forward, and they got together in IRA. Honestly think it was a race thing. I really do. I mean, it was such when you if you got to think about some that long. I think it's pretty safe racing deal down into frame by frame. And you're backing it up fast forward it and all that stuff because you know, I mean this. Happens in a blink of an eye. It happens actually in it's done over even know what happened. Yeah. You're exactly right. Those good points. You said when you go on frame by frame. I mean, again, if you got to I if you're a fan, and you're trying to whose fault it was and you got to go through that much work to figure out what really happened. It's a racing accident. Trust me, it's just two guys going forward, and I felt bad for Paul. I really did. Because he had a fast car, let a tunnel apps and just didn't close the deal. But then you look at Jimmy Johnson exciting actually for him. Because all the crew chief stuff going on. You guys have probably already talked about that. I just came in a little bit late here. But I mean, I know a lot of people are talking about that that dynamic duo being broken up. Chad canal, Jimmy Johnson now canal skills on Windsor polled and then Jimmy goes on and wins a race. And so they both kind of win on that deal talking with rusty Wallace. When ask you about the Daytona five hundred obviously it's going to be a big race coming up. Our biggest race of the season. Sixty first running of the great American race the race weekend as a unique feel to it different. From any other from our perspective. I'm curious. A racecar driver when your eyes fly open the morning of the Daytona five hundred feet on the ground. Does it feel different? And what is different about a race morning of the five hundred compared other mornings of getting ready for other races at other racetracks. You go into their race knowing right off the bat that this is the big one you go into that. When known that this is our Super Bowl, and you you're you are tents. I'm not gonna say you're jacked all up like you are for the but for the clash or you are for some big race non points pain race like that. Or like a night Bristol racer something like that you go in this completely Dafur mindset, you go into your real serious, you real focused. You're not all feeling like you would on short-track. You know, this is the deal in you're doing all your homework trying to do everything. Right. You're over thinking everything you're hoping that their cars can handle good. You're hoping that you're gonna make the right moves in the draft. And then you're without going through all your sponsor stuff because it's a purse race. Of the year. And yet all these brand new sponsor signed up in their all their and they all want time. They all want, you know, to what you'd represent them in a proper way at all their events. And so you're going through all that stuff. So it's a lot of work get ready for it. But one big O Downer. That can be is the weather if you go into that thing, and it weathers overcast, and it's rainy and you're waiting and it's a miserable morning before the five hundred and it really messes you up when it comes to how excited your for that. Then I'm hoping that when Daytona five hundred starts this coming Sunday that we got good weather, what guess that's gonna change everything as of right now, sunny and seventy eight for the Daytona five how man that's have not looked at the forecast. I'm glad you said that because it's got the potential then under those conditions to be one of the best five hundred seen the longtime. I'm excited about it. Again, that weather deal that we we all talk about the clash early. Didn't we have how it just nobody? Getting your rhythm. They can't get no momentum built up. But if you got good weather changes a lot. And by the way, if you've yet to get your tickets for the Daytona five hundred perhaps maybe you're snowbound somewhere or feeling the wrath of mother nature Daytona five hundred dot com. Your destination to get tickets for the Daytona five hundred predates coming by one more thing before we let you go couple of weeks ago, Roger Penske got inducted into the NASCAR hall of fame. How cool was that? From your perspective from my perspective, emotional, m my gosh. I mean because I was there for all three days. We got a big party. They put together for the current hall of famers in the new new hall of Famer the and we we have that party upstairs in Winston Kelly organizes that whole thing in Winston did a fantastic job him Centaur team into sit there and watch all that thing. Go wander, but have that wonderful dinner on Thursday night. That was great. Then you come back the next day for the ceremony and see how good that index is summary turned out, and then Roger head is big party for all his employees. And we have is a road down memory lane on Saturday night. So I was with him for three straight. Days in a row in intense talks and stuff of going down memory lane. And my gosh, everything he mentioned is brought back memories in. I've went back and looked at that thing it was on tape and the camera kept going to be sitting in the second row behind petty. And I got these tears in my eyes, and I'm like, I couldn't stop. But I just kept so motion about the whole thing is that kept remembering how the team started of McGrath's field. And we built this building all of a sudden we get Miller sponsorship with a single car team. And we we win two races than Roger says. Hey, I don't like what's going on. Let's close this whole thing down hang up. And I I get mad at atom almost getting a fight at the Holiday Inn across the street over here. And I tell them to look don't you spin out on me now because they had an offer to go drive that that loving card. Budweiser car and turned it down because I wanted to dry for you. And I said four you do don't spin out on me. And he says, okay, I won't and the next year we want a ten races, and we just kicked butt in pink. Pinski took off to what it is right now. And he tells they'll store. He's and I listened to them. And then I started listening about the matador back in the day. And all the Bobby Allison stories and all the stuff, and it was a really really emotional three days for me. And I'm so happy that he's in the dog on hall of fame because you know, this is personally me saying what about to say is that everybody's looked at Rogers like the IndyCar guy. You know, he's the IndyCar guide. He's the road race guy. He's the businessman all that type of stuff in super successful. Some like it some don't. But then he comes into NASCAR any was all races. And now he's won two championships. But he's never in my opinion, personally felt like he's in the club. So to speak the NASCAR guy. I'm not the NASCAR guy. He feels like he's the NASCAR guy now, and that would not happen unless he got -ducted in the hall of fame when he got into hall of fame, you can talk all the people that were there. Winston Kelly to see him really up close and personal in. And I think he was grease. What I'm about to say that you could tell that. This was a really really really big time in Roger. Penske's career he really appreciated this probably more than anything is ever done is probably bigger to him than win many those Indy five hundred she's one. Well, it's well deserved Emma. Glad to have Amanda classy man, and he's put a lot of winning race cars on the race track. And obviously, he is the reigning championship winning car owner right now as we enter the twenty nineteen Daytona five hundred on Sunday predates coming by enjoy the rest of speed weeks before to hear what you got Thursday night, in of course, Sunday in the in the five hundred are you got how they see how. Nascar hall of Famer rusty wells, repay state rusty stopping by goodness. We'll coming up. We're going to preview this Sunday's Daytona five hundred of the drivers you'll see on track as we head into the autozone. Commercial free zone. Does. Your check engine light. Have you stressing the free, autozone? Fix binder service. We'll help you find the likely issue, saving you time and money. See store for restrictions and details. Get in this own autozone. At others. We're all about giving you more ways to get more done like free fixed length or service. 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This is NASCAR live now. Back to like Bagley, but abo- on things here. The outback steakhouse at the beach like fake the congenial hosts here at the outback or hostess yet again for another edition of NASCAR live, folks. Park your calendars next week. We've got a brand new podcast series coming your way, called the tough trucks. Nascar twenty five years and still truckin on the first episode. We tell you about the conception of the series and the exciting first race at racially. Trick series came because the trucks are some people forget by now who started by desert races scoop vessels, Jim Venable, Jimmy Smith. They were they were bunch of guys that got together and brought the idea to Bill France off turnover. Four bus grave looks at the end side. Trice police gets a Fender up there five inches in his Kevin Harvick scoring the wind. Yes. It's hard to believe that it's been twenty five years because I actually sat in the grandstands at Mesa Marin in watch the first exhibition race that they had with the six trucks on the racetrack and talking about the super truck series, and how it was going to to become a real series the next year. So they they went from different short tracks around the country and special the west coast, our shake something that we've never seen before for the very first time in NASCAR history. A field of thirty three super trucks are rolling from the dick Beattie garage area upon his only minor offence to put his right foot on the heart as a. Skin right on his tailgate? How we moved to the inside punch that bottle on the floor in the middle of the corner. And I knew the it'd be a miracle. If I didn't hit the wall. But I knew if I lifted off the gas. He had a run on me news going to be. Skinner winds blow body second wrapping up at the inaugural for the NASCAR super truck series. By craftsman WADA finish WADA finish at the season. Opening so much high. And we started filling grandstands everywhere we went. And we started getting big turnouts will we're actually have to turn Trump's away and went after about the first third of the year. I there was no question that the up series than be there for while. It's presents the top trumps asker when he five years still truck. Download the entire show for free. This tuesday. That's on I tunes and M R N dot com as we get ready for the great American race this weekend. So the drivers and some of them have some major changes from last season Suzy Armstrong, give us a little preview as to how the drivers are feeling going into Sunday. Thank you, Mike after what many considered the worst year in the storied organizations history. Hendrick motorsports has. Burst out of the twenty nineteen gate with guns ablaze. Hendrick cars fill the top four spots during Sunday's Daytona five hundred qualifying Aetate tone International Speedway with sophomore driver William Byron. Securing the poll with the aid of new crew? Chief Chad canals. Meanwhile, Canales former driver seven time champ Jimmy Johnson who went winless for the first time in twenty eight teen one the advance auto parts clash to officially kick off speed weeks. Twenty nineteen Johnson is inspired to show what he can do behind the wheel of the number forty eight ally Chevrolet after last year's dismal season, certainly closing the book on on eighteen in. It was not an easy environment. Not an easy decision. Not an easy situation to to move on from Chad. And for us both to do something different the rejuvenation excitement at least right now. It's the same for everybody. We've had couple months offer. But he's excited to go. I don't feel any different on that front. I am excited to to start. This new. Chapter though, sponsor new crew chief, so I guess more excitement than rejuvenation transitioning Chip Ganassi racing this year. The winner of the 2017 Daytona five hundred Kurt Busch is ready to prove his worth on his new organization and looks to team up with the former driver of the number one Chevrolet. Jamie McMurray on the thirty one degree high banks. Yeah, he's a great play racer. He somebody that you can always expect give front he smart sneaky than he knows where to put his car to stay out of trouble. And so if it all hands out, right? Yeah. He's an ally. And then at the end of the day he's gonna wanna take that win for himself. So love to have that problem of three cars up front and two can it out for every man for himself after finishing second in his debut in the great American race last year. Bubba Wallace has high expectations especially after pacing the field in Saturday's second practice session. But the savvy Richard petty motorsports. Driver knows nothing is promised. Racers known and the true hours get how cow up an air speed. Grayson is you know, it's not like, okay, we're going to put the same exact thing in the car better run second network like that anymore height that any other track. You know, it's crazy how much setups do change from just from race to race. So we had to go back and hopefully have the same amount of luck. If not a little bit more to finish once better. So I'm excited you know, looking back at our speedway. Resume are worse finishes fourteenth. So pretty solid for our camp. So we can build off that I hope it just wasn't beginner's luck. Rookie's? Luck of Louis. We can show up continue that and become you know, a two car eleven car guy. You have to look out for on the speedway stuff. They green flies over the Daytona five hundred Daytona International Speedway this Sunday afternoon. Just after two thirty PM eastern. Mike betcha. Can't wait to get women choosing. You are absolutely right. I can't wait not only for the Daytona five hundred two thousand nineteen winner is over. Spring is here, and it's time to go racing Susie. Thank you so much. Forget motoracing network is on the air with the Daytona five hundred Sunday starting at one thirty P M eastern. This has been the autozone. Commercial free zone. Does. Your check engine light have stressing the free autozone fixed. Binder service will help you find the likely issue, saving you time and money. See store for restrictions and details get into sewn autozone. Thanks to Jimmy Johnson. William. Byron Chad canals rusty Wallace, Alex Hayden. And Jeff St.. I'm Mike Bagley. Thank you so much for joining us. We thank again, the fine folks here outback steakhouse in Daytona Beach, Florida, and we also want you not to forget that tomorrow night. We'll have another addition of NASCAR live. It's a special one. It's best of Daytona five hundred media day. You can catch it at M R N dot com. 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A Peek at Aviations Future

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A Peek at Aviations Future

"You're listening to the check. Six podcast brought to you. By editors from across the Aviation Week Network listeners now have access to special subscription offers including including thirty percent of aviation we space technology go to PODCASTS DOT Aviation Week Dot Com to learn more. Hello and welcome to the checks podcast brought to you this week from embry riddle Aeronautical University and Daytona Beach each Florida. I'M JOANNE SOMO aviation weeks editor in chief. I'm joined by my colleague Sean. Broderick our safety editor and our special guest Dr Barry Butler the President President of embry riddle stopped Butler. Really interesting when I went to college If you wanted to become a pilot you an airline. You generally had to pursue sewell career in the military. We came here and it seems that all your students have jobs waiting for them when they leave the pays a lot better. It just seems the climate to become a pilot has really improved. Well it certainly is we I think the times have changed. I from when you were describing there. The typical route now is You know students coming out of high school that are interested in aviation careers You know they know right away that from your writings your magazine and other productions at the demand is pretty high and they move along through the programs we have a lot of the The employers you know the airlines and others that are that are working with them from a day one to two to obviously recruit him and the whole pipeline is. I like to call it You know is Is Moving along quite nicely. Now the pay is up the opportunities are there and it's. It's a very good time so you were telling us that that you also are facing this climate. Your instructors last I guess for an average about one year and then they're onto to new jobs in industry. Yeah part of that pipeline that I referred to is that We obviously at a place like embry riddle and other schools schools as well need Qualified instructors and here on Daytona beach we employ roughly two hundred instructors at any given time For flight and those individuals have jobs waiting for them before they start with us and so they they know that When they finish their their degree they can work work with us for about a year as an instructor and they have a job waiting so So we have to pay particular attention to making sure that that they are up to speed. There's an instructor right away and in other words we have to train them in how to be a a a an instructor pilot in that's That's important so we have special. Oh programs devoted to that so when they get into that plane for the first time with their first students. They're they're up to speed so of course. The university is is perhaps known most for its its pilot training however Minority students had about seven thousand students here at Daytona tone a beach and a minority of them are actually a flight training students. Do you do a lot more here. Prepare a lot of people for careers in the industry. Can you talk a a little bit about some of the other areas and maybe some of the expanding areas in including engineering which is not necessarily aviation onyx. Yeah the the programs here really. It's it's built around four major colleges you know obviously aviation And not just into professional piloting there but in meteorology Airline operations all of the all all of the parts to that air traffic management but also engineering. We have a significant engineering program. Here a lot of the students do go eventually to work in. The aerospace industry tree has engineers We typically will have a hundred or so companies here recruiting. You know different parts of it whether it's an avionics whether it's in You know sort of a production and Business side of it is is growing. We have a college of business. We have a significant interest in the Trying to make sure that we have the talent that's needed needed out there. So we work closely with the industry. We have industry advisory Boards and as an example a couple of years ago we we. We learned that there's a significant need in the supply chain side right of of manufacturing and so we we put in additional courses in that work to try to prepare our students for careers where there in the manufacturing world and they I understand supply chain and the related areas You know the The other areas we have in in terms of the basic sciences meteorology and we started a new program recently in aerospace physiology so You know attracting students that have an interest in working. In the human side of of space and aviation the ation so understanding the human physiology understanding The pilot Sort of the interactions whether it's in You know different environments whether in space or in an aircraft etc so we continue to sort of look at. What's the growing need out there? And what's the future of of Aviation and aerospace that is still are core mission and it always will be it's we look at Everything associated with it. But we still try to stay around that core message. That's in the name of our university. We noticed your faculty and your students are also doing a lot of cutting edge. Research into cyber security is as we go to connected airplanes. Obviously there's more of a risk there but also drones. Now you don't want someone hijacking your pizza what's coming to be delivered by drugs absolutely not But but those are good examples of areas where we have Over the years had feedback from again from our advisory boards and others in the industry and just our knowledge of what's out there to try to look at things things You know what are the growing areas you mentioned security as one particularly in the cyber side of it so we've We've developed programs and research as well so academic academic programs educational courses Teaching students about the vulnerabilities In what is effectively. Now you know most of our Our next generation aircraft will be kind of you know viewed as sort of flying computers. I've heard that term before but but there is a lot of connectivity. There is a lot of opportunities opportunities for people to To take advantage of that and so making sure that our students understand it from an educational point of view in secondly doing research in it understanding in a way as to protect those flying computers even in our our maintenance program one of the one of the areas we got feedback last year from an advisory group primarily airline line people and others that are from the maintenance repair. is on the maintenance side making sure that those working on the aircraft understand the vulnerability so when they plug Doug Laptop into a bus. They understand what it means to have a you know a PC or a laptop that is that is secured And then making making sure that students when they come out have that have that knowledge So yeah the cyber security is a big area again. We've learned that from industry Data you know that's another area very. We've we've really addressed recently as the with those flying. Computers is the you know the vast amounts of data that that flow through them and and and not just through the aircraft but also through whether it's spacecraft whether it's the airline operations and so having students who understand how to sort through all that data and pull out out relevant information. It's one thing to have you know terabytes data but you need people who can understand why the important Nuggets of information are within that data. You've talked a little bit about the pipeline that obviously is created with a university preparing students for careers but embry riddle's connection to To the aviation industry and the community or at least around here in Daytona beach it goes beyond that we we visited the Mica plex where there is a business incubator and some other Projects going on there and talk a little bit about some of the other ways that embry riddle in you and and the aerospace industry collaborates. Yeah you know Florida being in Florida. Ah You know the the aviation aerospace businesses Is a significant part of the economy. And it's not just the CAPE IT'S A. It's a huge part That spans many different dimensions of aerospace. And aviation so you know being a university located in Florida not too far actually from the Cape We. It's natural chill that we would be a part of not just Providing the workforce for that Those those those industries and those needs in the future but also driving the economy so so our Our Research Park which is fairly new. It's been around for probably you know maybe five to eight years now has taken on a you. You know a mission of of providing incubation space For new companies that are interested in getting into the aviation and aerospace world Related aided businesses You know if you look at the industry Historically a lot of technology has come out of aerospace developments. You know dating way back you know hundreds urge of years ago and that continues and so as you see you know the evolution of technology in in aircraft and rockets You'RE GONNA see that migrate into other parts of society and We have businesses. That are not necessarily what you would consider a an aviation business. But they are using technology. I I think maybe one that would be a good example is You know some of the additive manufacturing technology. That's out there right now. That's that's being used in in producing some of the nozzles nozzles. For the rockets that are going up and components on aircraft etc are also being used in many different industries. And so there's a natural synergy there until we provide that space and in those businesses that located the my complex They understand They're they're number one You know sort of a measure for success. DASS is going to be based on their ability to get talent and They're sitting you know literally a quarter of a mile from seven thousand students. Who who who would love to work in those industries so so it's A? It's a location issue as well and then just contributing to the Florida economy is Is Important Tasr as this continues to grow. I know at the state in a State House in Tallahassee. You know again aviation and aerospace our our big parts of the The future of the state and so we're trying to do everything we can given our expertise to swing it back to two pilots for a moment hot topic in this industry is obviously Can when we moved to single pilot. Cockpits your your team here. Your staff and your faculty are looking into that. What does that involve? What are you looking at? Well you know we all have to understand that as you know. Ever since the days of the Wright brothers you know the the the field has evolved over time and and the role of the pilot the role of the equipment. The technology will always continue to change and and clearly there's conversations and there's work going on out there in the single pilot environment just like in the zero pilot the autonomous MS aircraft. You know when you look at the single pilot environment I tell the industry that That there are a lot of issues that have to be understood. there's the the human factor side of it you know the the Single pilot working with a machine versus having a second person adjacent to them in terms of Sharing ideas he is and and and looking at solutions etc The human machine interface What role does artificial intelligence play in the flightdeck versus the human human oversight of the decision making a lot of those issues that That are important to the future of that We have had the ability to address. We have we have I think Pretty significant laboratory facilities here we have faculty with a lot of expertise. A lot of our faculty do come from from industry in the military so they really understand more than just the the theory. There actually have practiced it and then we have a lot of What I'll call test subjects so so to speak? We have thousands of of students at various levels of training. That anytime you do You know research based inquiry into questions Ashton's like what is the role of particular type of instrument in a single pilot environment. You need to have You know a spectrum of individuals to sort of if tests that and look at different responses and so we're we really are I think in an ideal situation to be looking at some of that and helping the industry and we've been we've spent the morning here at Daytona beach and we spend days here and still not run out of interesting things to see on this campus but Daytona beach. It's only part of the embry riddle an ecosystem. So what can you give us a quick overview of the of the of the rest of it l.. Thank you yeah so there's If you said earlier there's seven thousand students here in Daytona Beach We also have a campus in Prescott Arizona north of Phoenix about an hour and a half by by car We have of Similar programs there about half the students about three thousand We also have a pretty significant college of security and intelligence there which which which is really I think You know a product of sort of the post nine eleven Interest in security and safety and in our field that that has grown to a pretty pretty nice program we hire a lot of people there with With twenty thirty years of experience in the intelligence world. And so that's a that's a little different out there. In terms of what offers We have a campus in Singapore We we view that as a good location to be given it's proximity to The the Pacific Rim am population We like to tell people that if you take a flight of equivalent length as you know say from Washington to La if you took that same flight from Singapore are you effectively can reach. What is it a quarter of the world's population or something and so for us to be there and to be an aviation rich environment is is important so we had gotta a campus there And then we have what's called our worldwide campus which really has has has migrated over the last probably thirty years to be mostly online. It's about ninety eighty percent online now and that serves another twenty three thousand students around the world primarily working adult. I would say About half off of those our military and it's it's highly ranked number one by US News and World Report for online bachelor's degrees. It's incredibly well run it's run out of Daytona the beach but It's a distributed network. We have people all over the world who teach for us. We have Students living all over the world. And and it's I think it's going to that. Part is going to continue to grow as the interest in Learning beyond the traditional campus grows Not just in the US but across the world talked a little bit about the flight training so much flight training done here. In central Florida it would be difficult for you to to add capacity here ear so as you look five ten years down the road. Where do you see embry riddle growing not just in the in the flight training arena? But where do you see it growing. Where'd did you see? Some emerging needs at the university can fill that the industry may have yes so as we look particularly at the question of Flight Training we are in fact At capacity in Daytona Beach Right. Now it's There's limited airspace. There's a lot of airplanes as you've noticed and and we just we have have a huge program here but it's about as big as we can get a and still keep it as safe as professionals and we want to We have capacity to grow in Arizona. So we're we're gonNA continue to To focus on that as a growth area Both in the Professional piloting year nautical science programs but also in other areas as well that campus has ability to grow. So we'll look at that and then of course our Singapore campus We think that's going to grow as well You know we. We've said a number number right now. We're at about six hundred students. In Singapore. We have now the authority to recruit from NON-SINGAPOREANS SO in other words we can. We can bring students in from Vietnam Thailand kind of the developing areas over there and that's where most of the growth is occurring actually in Singapore and then we have a reasonable presence in Brazil as well with the With the aviation industry in Brazil and And then you know scattered areas around Western in Europe Eastern Europe the Middle East etc but the biggest area probably right now is is our Prescott campus unique or unique relationship with with the resilient industry that partially tied to embry riddle history but the but training rapidly training airline managers down there the unique program. That's I guess. Two three or four years old something like that. DC opportunity to do that in other emerging markets are have you been approached I think So short answer's she asked. We get approached On these issues I. The short answer is yes. Because what you're seeing in Brazil is actually a pretty good model for areas where the aviation industry is is emerging as growing and With that Not only do you need the entry level individuals whether it's an operations or the business side of it you you need individuals that that can manage upper level type of of executives. And so we offer that as part of our programming with the airlines in Brazil. We have a program to help sort of take that mid level person. That's on the fast track and get them ready to move from perhaps They could be a captain down there that could be the working in the back office and the business side of it getting him. Ready to move up to that next level of what it takes to be successful airline and that program's going credibly well and We see that in other parts of the world as well as you as you probably as you start to see the the the aviation business growing which we know is is really You know there's parts of the world where it will grow in his growing Making sure that we have individuals who can actually run it at that next level and so so were there to provide What I would call professional education For that mid level manager. So we'll we'll see that growing as well. It's a great story Dr Butler. We have a Lotta younger listeners. To the checks so I'm going to ask the final question for them. What can a graduate of embry riddle expect to make in salary coming out as as a pilot or an emo technician or an aerospace engineer? I would say it's all over the map in terms of the different disciplines. You've mentioned I would say that. It's incredibly competitive right now. Now some numbers that you might see engineering for example. You know they're right. Now they're starting at around seventy thousand again. This this number will probably be outdated by the time this is produced but You know they're starting around seventy thousand. What I tell students in those areas is that the you know? It's not just the degree because you can get a degree the and hundreds of schools around the country It's the work experience. So we have a lot of internships available for students. It's also having The skills sales go beyond the technology so business skills data skill will really up their value. Down the road in the piloting side of it again. It depends what but pathway they take what I would tell you is is that the numbers have gone up significantly just in the last five to ten years when they when they come out into the into their first professional job maintenance. It's the same thing You know they're they're being recruited right out of The classroom basically and and being being able to get into those tracks right away so I would tell you right right now. It's it's on. The upward swing is looking really good But more importantly than the money. It's the industry I. I'd like to tell companies that that come here. You know that when you hire our students you know they're they're going to go home from work In think about those problems they were working on you know because they they love the industry. I mean you can you consenting when you talk to students they they're out here right now in the lobby. You know watching the launch. That's GonNa Happen in about a half hour. They're ready to read their aviation week. Whatever it is I mean? They're they're interested in the industry and so it's that added value. I think of of what they're gonNA do beyond the nine to five job and that's that that resonates really well and it's a it's a true statement is such as to sales pitch Dr Butler. We appreciate you taking the time to join us. And we're looking forward to come back and visit again thank you. That's a wrap for this week's checks podcast now available for download on. I tunes join us again next week for another check six.

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MRN Outloud! - Feb 11, 2019

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MRN Outloud! - Feb 11, 2019

"This is M R N out loud on M R, N dot com. Presented by bloom and Mondays at outback steakhouse. Hey, everybody. Welcome to the birth. Addition of M R N out loud from the voter racing network. I'm joined by my friend, Alex Hayden, our new anchor at the motor racing network. You may have heard him in the booth already over various other races. But you probably know a most from his work on pit road. With the network today. We've got a treat for you. Our first show is coming from the I s C archives and research center in Daytona Beach. And I know when you first walk in the door you were like a kid at Christmas looking at all the candy around here. I was and and I think anybody would be that that's a race fan, and you don't necessarily have to be a race fan to to really be an all what they'd have here. It's spectacular. This. My first time in here as well. What a place I it. So you brought your rocket ship Bluebird is here with this. Brought that along that's what I drove down the beach to get here today, but the Bluebirds the speed record. It's it's in here. You can get up close and personal as close as we are to it if not closer, it's cool. You got the nine hundred sixty one Daytona five hundred winning car right behind you Marvin patch the old smokey unit. Best damned garage and towns painted right on the side of this race car. What a phenomenal place all kinds of pictures old school machines old programs. There's even a replica of Bill Francis office in here down to the T everything, and it's real stuff. Yeah. It is not a replica couch. It's not the replica desk or chair. It is Bill France seniors original stuff that he had in his office. They put it in a closet and storage. And then you know, what they decided let's set it all back out and put it up an NBA part of the tour. It is spectacular. We're gonna walk around and show you some of this stuff as we go through the podcast here. But first let's start with Alex you move into the anchor booth this year for the Cup races. Tell me how you got from point a to point b because we don't have to go all the way back to birth. But you know, what I'm talking about? Well, I luck. Look, I think is a lot to do with it. And and just the passion of the sport. And the passion for 'em are in. And what it is. I was a fan listening Maurienne is a kid. But this is starting my twenty third year with with them are in. Yeah, I'm old. I was gonna say I think you're older than. My head shows. But no, it's I'm looking forward to it. It's a started off as a turn announcer with them are in back in nineteen Ninety-seven. Graduated went to pit road. They needed some help there and been basically a pit reporter for the last fifteen eighteen years, and and it's been great and mix in some booth work mixing some turn work at along the way. But Joe more decided that that after thirty plus years of being with them or and it was time to go fishing more down not jealous. Right. Not a bad way to do it. So I was fortunate enough to to get tapped on the shoulder and said, okay, you're the next one on so looking forward to it. But it wasn't like you just started in this. You had kind of a curvy road to get here. I mean, you've even done some acting, right? I have. Yeah. You know? I was I was one of those lost college students says at East Carolina university in Greenville, North Carolina. And and I wasn't sure what I wanted to do initially. It was like, yeah. I want to go into medicine. I wanted to be a trauma surgeon. I knew watching the doctor shows on TV. Oh, no. I really didn't. My mother worked in an emergency room. So I kind of was around it as exposed to it. And when I was sixteen years old and still in high school sports enough to be able to get a little part time job working in in the emergency room and learning some things and being very close to the physicians saying, what did you see some of the crazy stuff up close? I was actually a sixteen year old kid, but I was in charge of the morgue when I was on what? So I had the keys to the morgue. And yes, we'll tell you what hospital where it were. But we used to have some fun with some pranks doing things like that. So but sixteen you got right, right. Yeah. Here I have forty eight. I still Frank is just as much as I did. Yeah. And then I kinda wasn't sure I realized I didn't want to be in school for another twenty years people, and I had some family in Orlando Florida that worked at Universal Studios. They offered me a chance to come and audition to be an actor there. Couldn't guarantee anything from that and became an actor one thing led to another got into racing, and I still have the acting bug a little bit. So I stayed with it and did a couple of seasons with one tree hill, I'll cuvee show, and and some other things as well. So what was your character the characters name different care actually have a name? I I was a bit part. So the character actor, okay, I've been is actually a physician I was I had to operate on on one of the main characters that fire been a police officer a basketball referee, gosh, all kinds of different I used car salesman. Whatever the did you get like, the plan pants and all that stuff and the white belt to go with tried to show up with that. But they wouldn't let me because they let me bring my wardrobe it had to get approved. And they okay. No, no. We're not. Gonna win. I'm gonna go that far good idea. But that's a little bit too extreme. But it was a lot of fun, and I still enjoy and I I would love to to continue on still have my agent acting agent. So I keep in touch with her. And maybe who knows maybe we one day or something out. Do you? Remember, your very first time working with Marin. I do a one hundred it was obviously it must have been. Okay. 'cause you're still here. It was frightening. Yeah. And I remember it but a lot of the race itself. I don't remember too much about it was in Rockingham North Carolina was my first on air broadcast with him are in. It was for the Bush race the two hundred mile or they're at Rockingham right after speed weeks. And Daytona we went straight to Rockingham. And you're on pit road. I was in the turn turn the backstretch and turns three and four Allan Beswick Barney hall where the anchors Joe Moore was working turns one and two who I was going to be taking the drops from over on the backstretch and we had Jim Phillips Winston Kelly on pit road. And I remember Jim Phillips we called him chop chop. We walk out of the truck. And I'm got my equipment on them terrified. I didn't even know how to get out of my turn position over and turn number three. So I'm just trying to wander away from the truck. And I heard this big burly deep voice, a new guy don't mess this up. And that was that was Jim Phillips not I thought immediately might have been a little saltier than that. Maybe maybe maybe maybe some different verbiage there too. But but I was frozen immediately is like is he kidding is. He not kidding and chop just turn a walked away every Senate and went on the road. I had no idea. So I was shaking in my boots went on out there. And we went live. And once we got a couple of laps in. It's just settle in. And you go with it. But it still was all kind of new to me because I had never done play by play or radio of any kind until literally ten months prior. And when I got hired at a at a local short-track southern national speedway and kenley North Carolina in Wayne County speedway in Goldsboro, North Carolina. They they hired me literally. Ten months prior to that and gave me a shot as a PA announcer. First time I've ever done any kind of play by play. And they've got the bug. Evidently, I did I fell in love with it. And that was a sports guy. I was a I was a race fan growing up just outside of Indianapolis. So it was a lot of fun. And I guess I full enough people for enough years. That's what I say to you mentioned something interesting though. And I get asked this a lot. And I know you probably due to you mentioned getting the drops from Joe more a lot of people ask how do you guys know when to go and win to stop and all that explain for folks what what goes on behind the scenes there are legendary leader Barney hall in everybody's race fan and knows the name Barney hall. He one of the best things he ever told me in his best advice to me was literally that first race weekend back in ninety seven at Rockingham. He said, listen son because he called me something I think he called everybody. So yes, he did. Yeah. But he said listening is as much as it is talking with them are in. So you better be able to listen to what everybody's saying. So how we do it. And we did it then to this day all of our microphones, you know, are all hot. So for those who don't know how it works. If we push the button or turn the pit Mike on it's going over the air. Yeah. So everybody's Mike's are hot all the time. And when you work attorney position, for instance, there's just have a button. So you're not constantly hearing. What it pit road since we're to do interviews. We have a regular microphone when you're back and forth at you turn off and on with you thumb with the turn guys you got to have some binoculars. So you have another wire and a boom microphone that comes in front of your face and a little push button that you push and hold down to talk and let off when you're done. So you listen to what the person in front of you saying, and you generally know that they're going to drop it. We what we like to say is, you know, Matt our feet. So Dave moody, for instance, here in Daytona is going to be standing on top of that Sonoko tower just on the outside of turn. Number two. So Mike Bagley who's working the backstretch this week in Daytona? He knows somewhere around that Sonoko tower Dave's going to drop the call. So he already knows what to look for before he ever starts in that area. And then it comes down to listening. Just like we're talking dislike anybody who has a conversation with anyone most people when they come to an end of a sentence, their voice goes down. That's just the inflection change. So so the voice changes you have to listen to that and have a general site line of that particular area where they're supposed to drop. But it's about listening to the person in front of you. You mentioned Daytona. Let's talk a little bit about racing. What we've seen so far huge year with all these twenty one thousand nine rules package changes. But we're not seeing that yet they told her they're getting through some of the inventory of equipment. They had using the old rules so to speak after this will start to move toward it. But so far Daytona what's jumped out at you know, what I think the two things based off of what we've seen in this opening weekend was the Hendrick. Cars and more. Specifically that whole storyline of seven time champions. Jimmy Johnson Chad canals we all know that. They've been divided up still at Hendrick motorsports. Jimmy Johnson with Kevin mentoring is the crew chief Chad can house now crew chief and William Byron will Chad goes out with Byron and wins the pole for the Daytona five hundred and just a few hours later Jimmy comes out and wins. The advance auto parts clash, so I think that's been the big thing that stood out to me. Also, I think with the particular package that were running as far as rules go. It's the same rules package. We ran at Daytona last year. So nothing's really changed with that. These cars are kind of difficult to drive on the straightaways. Yeah. And if you look the back end, whether they want to get them out of the year, it looks like the top of the rear wheels are just jammed up in the Trump. Yeah. It's really unique looking, but it's really cool all at the same time because these are slick down on the ground race cars and Vero aerodynamic. But it's kind of has to retrain you. Your brain. You're you're used to thinking if I'm going into a turn two hundred miles an hour that's going to be hard to control. But the drivers are saying just the opposite. When we're on these flat, straightaways Daytona just the way the car isn't with the air over the car in the draft. The car starts dancing, and it's kind of a handful. So it annual Hamrick was saying it's like driving over a speed bump with no suspension it'll rattle the fillings out of your head. But it looks smooth is glass from a wider type shot. It is anything but holding onto the steering wheel. So I think those are some of the biggest things that are that are jumping out and it's early in speed weeks. But but I think we're going to be in for a heck of a Daytona five hundred. Here's something that occurred to me yesterday. You mentioned the clash Jimmy Johnson moves to the inside of Paul Menard who was dominating that race contact happens everybody except for maybe what four cars gets torn up. Let's go back into the Rover last year. He and Martin true ex junior get together Jimmy's looking for that eighth championship to be the all time leader is there. A little more salt coming from seven times. I think right now or is he just like, you know, what I see all these guys going forward in the playoffs. I'm gonna go for it to I don't necessarily call it salt. I like the way you described that. I haven't thought of it that way. I call it fire. Yeah. I think Jimmy Johnson. And a lot of people say you've won seven championships. He's tied Dale Earnhardt. He's tied the king, Richard petty. Jimmy Johnson still has fires Felli. He wants to win racism, and he wants to win not just another championship. But more championships in order to have that drive. You better have that fire in your belly. And I think Jimmy Johnson has it. And I think he's just trying to put a statement out not only to the competition, but to his team and to everybody who supports him, the new sponsor and ally bake he's trying to show everybody. I'm in this. And I'm one hundred percent committed to this. I'm ready to go. And I'm going to do what it takes. You know, it struck me as well. And I agree with your the way you characterize it. But the thing that gets me is everybody had been on social media anyway. And I know I'm taking it with a grain of salt at complained about all they're just riding around. Well when it came right down. Into it. Here's a seven time champion with every reason in the world to sit there and coast home in second place. He did he went for it. Did it caused a wreck? Yeah. But he went for it. That's what people say they want all the time. And he did it. He didn't have to do that. He could have just cruised and said, Yep. Pretty good start for a new crew chief, new sponsor all that. But he didn't do that. He didn't send he did not into to to get out of a race car. How many times have we heard it say, oh, it's hard to pass. You know, what let's look at it. Let's ride line. No. I love it. He went for the win. And he was going to get there or he was going to wreck one of the two. And I love the fact that that's as a race fan myself. Just like you like all of us. We wanna see race car drivers race go and he whipped forward and notes no fun to watch half the field or in this case three quarters of the field getting four and up. But on the same token, there's a race to be one. There's a big check. And there's a trophy no points were on the line. So it didn't even matter. And I don't think it would matter. Anyway, if there are points on the line. Yeah. We wanna see race dry. Evers especially at the top level, go forward and win racists. You think we'll see something different in the dual that Daytona on Thursday night. I do I think I think that the gander another different wars. But yeah, I do because because of the cars, and I'm glad you said that because I don't think you're gonna see them as Gresham because the cars they race in Thursday night duel are the cars they need for the Daytona five hundred. Yes the doors fantastic race. Yes. There are some prestige anytime you can go to Gatorade victory lane at the world center of racing. That's huge. That's absolutely huge big. But you need that race car. That is your primary race car for a reason. And I know teams are going to tell you our backups just as good. Well, then why didn't you pick that? Exactly. Yeah. There's a reason why that car is your prime, however, small that reason may be there is a reason. So I think we're gonna have a lot of drivers mix it up because keep in mind. The clash was only twenty cars. It was a limited field now with the dual those who did not get that race exp-. -perienced Sunday afternoon. They're going to have to see what their car is going to do in the draft. And even the drivers who raced the clash as you pointed out there different race cars. So you need to make sure your five hundred car can move around in the air. So I think the first half of the race. And if there's restarts you're going to see some drafting, you're gonna see some two and three wide racing. But overall these drivers are going to have not only the spotter in the year. But they're going to have crew chief in there, you're saying, hey, look, we need this. We need this car. Yeah. Bring it home in one piece. Listen, we're at the archives and research center in Daytona. You folks can come visit. If you go through Daytona International Speedway, the DIS tours the VIP package. Let you come and see all this stuff. We're going to show you a lot of what is around here as well. Don't forget that we're sponsored by outback steakhouse home with a bloom in Monday. Make sure you go by and tell them you heard about outback steakhouse on the motor racing network. I'm what he came. 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When you come on that tour it is spectacular. Obviously, there's cool things in here from all the programs from every race track to the helmet from the movie, we can even have Dave Marcus and look at that famous wingtips are here as well. You know, even when Dave Marcus raced. What are you know? This is everybody does it didn't matter if these companies came out with the fireproof shoes or not he wore his wing tits. And these are an actual pair. There are worn down to the nub. I remember years ago when we used to go on the media tour that Charlotte Motor Speedway up one of the visits was to Dave Marcus a shop, and this is around the time the garage Mahal was coming onto line and everybody was wild by that, of course, and it was a fantastic place. So we go to visit Dave, Marcus. And it's like your neighborhood, shade tree mechanic, the guy who would work on your car, and changes plugs and oil in your car dirt-floor oil cans and shelving all around the unit. It's just as old school as you can get in Dave Marcus did that for years and years, even when the sport started to go like this in terms of technology and all the stuff around the shops. He was sticking to his route cool guy, and he's just as cool now it's been some time with not too long ago just as cool now as he ever was and he still carries around that Goodyear hat anywheres it proudly out there. They Marcus is just one of the great characters of NASCAR racing history. No he didn't win a ton of races. No. He wasn't the champion. But boy, Dave Marcus has so much to do with the history of our sport. Have we kind of lost something? Now that that era is passed a spa. I think there's a degree of that. That's missing I do. But but on the same token, we don't know what type of characters are going to come down the road. We don't know right now with some of these younger drivers that are currently involved in the sport, what type of personality or personality, they're going to have because they're just getting their feet wet. They till they get comfortable in their own skin being around the cameras being around you and me, we're gonna find out difficult. There's a lot of characters in there right now in that garage area. I'm thinking though, in terms of you just had a Alan Kalicki, get inducted into the NASCAR hall of fame. The owner driver the hardscrabble guy who comes up and doesn't and built it himself on his so hands on that's really gone now those I mean, I know there's a progression. From like a Dan Marcus, Allen Kalicki. But now that's not really the path anymore. Allen quickey was essentially the last one the last guy to do it his way as the owner as the driver. The sport has changed. So many things have changed in this world and in sports, no different than that. So as of now, I think that was the last time we're going to see that that doesn't mean somebody somewhere along the way. Is going to say, you know, what I'm going to build this race car. And I'm gonna come out, and I'm going to do this my way not going to happen much anymore. All right. We're going to show you some of the other stuff around here. Don't forget that Marin that loud is presented by outback steakhouse. But you gotta come to the archives and research center and see some of the really cool stuff the pictures, the artifacts you name it. It's here we're gonna take you to a room that you won't believe after this. Good at bloom in crane put a free on the Bobby Czyz staying. Gloom. It boom. Still. Extinct. That's what it's own up. In order to maximize vehicles, performance and efficiency, the proper adjustments need to be made based on the road ahead. That's true for both race car drivers on the track. 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Am I ran out loud at the archives of research center, Daytona Beach on what he came alongside Alex Hayden outback steakhouse is presenting the programme, and Alex this is as real as it gets a full scale replica of the walls. But all the other stuff in here is real of big bills office, it'll freight senior the founder of NASCAR everything in here. Other than the paneling everything was in his office. This is his desk, his rulers his pins his leather chair, by the way. What are you? I'm gonna pull this out. Heavy sit down take your secret here. I'm ready to be a scored it off the property if that happens, but look at all the cool stuff in here. These are all the original items that Rin big bills office. Can you imagine? If some of this stuff could talk. Unbelievable, it really is the books that you're seeing there. They're autographed copies from Enzo Ferrari of all people, there's an AJ book, some of the greatest things his hat collection. Is here some of them as you're seeing right now, he's tar so many cool things and again all. Of this is the real deal directly from Bill, France, seniors office, all these great pictures. You're seeing presidents all kinds of celebrities old school photos in there as well all kinds of really cool stuff. And I just imagine being a fly on the wall and big Bill sitting in this chair. Somebody comes in to get the scolding. You know, can you imagine what that must have been like I can't it's intimidating enough to standing here right now to be called into the principal's office. No, thanks. I mean, there's the real deal couch. That's right across this. And if you notice the couch sits a lot lower than the leather exactly that's by design. The look up. Yes. To France at work talk about the home field advantage right here. It is. Now, there's a jacket over here in the corner to that. I think you should get a replica of and start wearing on race days. Is that not the coolest thing ever? Unbelievable. It really is again real deal. That's his real jacket his personal effects Bill free senior the founder of NASCAR. And oh, by the way. Woody if you come on that VIP experience tour from the Daytona International Speedway. You can come right here. Absolutely. It's fantastic. A lot of cool stuff to see. He's even got the code international, the international sporting code the rule book from nineteen fifty five from nineteen sixty Imson stuff on their stop watches. All the original stuff. You can visit Bill France seniors office here at the archives and research center, there's a whole lot more to show you here. We'll take another quick time out come back and show you some of the more famous cars. We didn't ask our history Daytona five hundred these are the vehicles that put that race on the map. Blooming green. IBM's is staying. Ninety two gloom. Boom. Stay. That's what is on. Experience different lawyer sees the check your experience excitement drama, and he wins the s p five hundred variance bass car at its best experience Phil strategy series. Returned the martinsville speedway March twenty four th the SP five hundred tickets started just forty seven dollars and are on sale now colleague seven seven race fix for feed way dot com today to start your experience. Veteran drivers rookie driver's NASCAR today day keeps you up to date with all your favorite tweak day. It's a dream. Come true. A lot of you know, the path that I've gone down a lot off to the with package changes with the Chevrolet worth putting in for service. Give the name of card. Don't miss any of the breaking NASCAR dunes. Escorts today's day opium, the motoracing network. The voice of NASCAR. At the archives and research center out loud. What he came in allocating these cars that were standing in front of now are among the most famous in NASCAR history. Really, this is the incident. This is the situation that put NASCAR racing in Daytona on the map from a national perspective. Absolutely. Did the nine hundred seventy nine Daytona five hundred kale Yarbrough? And of course, Donnie Allison these two drivers battling down the backstretch. They get together. They bounce off one. Another the end up both in a heaping pile slamming into the outside turn three wall. And then of course, down the thirty one degrees of banking to the infield grass. And here we go, and it gets on Bobby Allison stops to help his brother Donnie out and one thing led to another depends on who you talk to either kale. Threw the first punch or if you talked about the Allison Bobby says kale's news threw the punch. But that's really the MO and by the way, while all this was going on Richard petty goes on and win. Just by the way. A lot of people forget that everybody was so interested in the fight. These are courtesy of the NASCAR hall of fame. You can see some of the pictures back. There of the fight it self and the guys throwing haymakers at each other. It looks like the old record kung FU fighting going on everybody was kung FU fighting, but these cars are just fantastic lookout squared. They are compared to what we see nowadays, Alex. It really is. And you know, as a kid watching this race because that was one of I was watching this is most of the country was wasn't there a snowstorm around the country that we can country. So and there's nothing on TV. So you flip it on say what does this NASCAR thing? Some people may even heard at the Daytona five hundred but nobody's ever seen a race flag. The flag and its entirety. And we were sitting around watching this race. I was in love with the Hawaiian tropic car. My favorite race car. I like, Donny, Al. My favorite driver. But you get attached to a look when you're young right? The Hawaiian tropic card into to see what was going on that last lap. I remember jumping up and down. And and being one of those fans that was yelling at the TV because they took out my Hawaiian tropic racecar. So I was upset about that. It was fantastic in obviously, a staple in the history of our sport. But, you know, for a long time that sort of thing went by the wayside, and it was really more buttoned up. You didn't see a lot of that. When we've been doing the chase in the playoffs. And that it's brought out some of that fire and guys have gotten up in each other's business. A couple times after racist or during now they have guys like Kevin Harvick. And Tony Stewart who is going to be a hall of Famer someday they wanna frayed to really mix. It up. Brad keselowski. Not afraid we Jeff Gordon Gano and Kingston thing after a bit. So even Matt Kenseth had a little tiff Bermuda. Between that means those passion that means these drivers care about getting that trophy getting that glory and getting victory lane. That's what nascar's racing's all about. It's fantastic. And this is just a think the real I guess kick start to what we've seen right? Before we go. Let's look ahead. A little bit tripleheader action coming up this weekend. We'll have the trucks on Friday night Finnity Saturday Cup on Sunday. A lot of big stories to talk about an all those classes is Johnny solder going to be available is he gonna come back after that ride who's going to be the new Finnity series champion because the chant moved to another team. Christopher bell is really good. And then the Cup thing we saw bubble Wallace. Get the second place running dramatic fashion last year. Austin Dillon wins it it's a fiftieth year now for our CR what's going to happen. I don't know the of it all in the cool thing about it. It starts our season. Everybody's fired up. The trucks are ready to get on the track and get their twenty nineteen campaign underway the expanded cars the exact same way. And obviously it's the great American race sixty first running of the Daytona five hundred. So so much excitement is in the air with everybody across the board. And we're talking race fans. We're talking the teams that drivers us were fired up and ready to go. And that's the great thing about NASCAR racing in starting it off. Indata our biggest and best event of the entire season. You can't start at any better than that. The trucks are ready to go racing. Always one of the best shows of speed weeks. And one of the best shows of the entire year. Let's say how about the champ? The champ moves from one team to another doesn't get funding. Somebody else comes and gets that ride. He goes to a right of a former champ Johnny solder. What in the world is going on there? It's just a different air chaos. But that's the beauty of it. And that's fun to to to stay on top of and understand. What's going on different stories that are happening and playing out because everybody has a story, and we're going to do our best on motoracing network to to bring every story to you. We're gonna race Friday night. We're gonna raise Saturday afternoon and Sunday afternoon. The Daytona five hundred it's Daytona. It's twenty nineteen seasons. Ready to go. I'm excited. I'm fired up going to be a lot of fun. Check out M R N dot com for all the scheduling details. Find out what you wanna be a part of. We've got practice coverage as well qualified covered. Make sure you check out all those details. Available. Also wanna thank outback steakhouse being sponsor on. Out loud, go by visiting the blooming onion this and Monday. Tell him that you heard about it right here on the motivation network. Thanks also to the archive research center. I'm what he came. That's how we'll see you right back here next year.

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The Rise And Fall (And Rise?) Of NASCAR

The Indicator from Planet Money

00:00 sec | 8 months ago

The Rise And Fall (And Rise?) Of NASCAR

"N. P. R. couple of weeks ago. I found myself at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach Florida riding shotgun in a souped up race car attempting to hold onto my lunch as I- careened around the steep embankments of America's most famous race track at one hundred and twenty miles per hour on this kind of fun on Sunday. Morning in the driver's seat was Matt Humphrey the director of Racing Communications for Nascar. Now imagine doing this though. Two hundred miles per hour with thirty nine of your closest friends. Five by side knows the tail for three hours. You have to be in great shape. Yet and nerves of steel. Every year legions of race fans descend on this speedway for the big event in American motorsports the Daytona five hundred. Were they let you ride shotgun during the race right? Alaska was not writing during the race. Which is probably for the best of the best But seriously the Daytona. Five hundred is known as the great American race. It is one of the most attended sporting events in the country. Come Race Day the Standard Daytona can hold more than a hundred thousand screaming fans and by comparison if you look at football the NFL's largest stadium has a capacity of about eighty thousand but this year the super bowl of racing comes at a precarious time for Nascar the sports governing body in recent years. It has seen its TV ratings. And attendance numbers plummet. This is the indicator plant money. I'm Darius Rafi on and I'M GARCIA SHOW NASCAR facing a dilemma that a lot of businesses face. What do you do when you're winning? Formula is no longer so winning. Can NASCAR attract a new generation of fans without alienating the people that made the company so successful in the first place or is one of America's most popular spectator sports heading for crash? Oh Yeah I went there. This message comes from NPR sponsored show. Bonnie Haute mates taste Jesse like milk. It's creamy frothy and great with coffee and Cookies. But without the dairy because it's not milk it's almost milk. New Shabani owed support also comes from Google from Connecticut to California from Mississippi to Minnesota millions of American businesses are using Google tools to grow online. Learn more at Google dot com slash grow. The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing also known as NASCAR can trace. Its history back to the nineteen thirties. When Bill France who everyone in the sport just refers to as big bill convinced the Daytona Chamber of Commerce to host car races on the sands of Daytona Beach Program ready to make history and the puppet devastating by motors. I've met over the course of the next seventy years. Stockcar racing developed into a multibillion dollar industry at its peak in two thousand six the Daytona. Five hundred garnered more than nineteen million viewers and throughout. Its meteoric rise. Nascar still remained a family. Business passed from big bill senior to his son Bill Junior and eventually to his grandson Brian France who took over as chairman and CEO in two thousand and three and it was during this period. That NASCAR really started to encounter troubles during Brian. Francis tenure its TV ratings and attendance numbers were nearly cut in half speedway's had so much trouble selling tickets. They started removing seats. By the thousands and by two thousand eighteen viewership for NASCAR races was at an all time low fans. Were trying to figure out what happened. Some blame the decline on Brian Francis leadership the claim he was out of touch with fans drivers and spending too much time opening offices in New York and L. A. And just not enough time. Trackside others point to the fact that many of the sport's biggest stars have just retired in recent years. People like Jeff Gordon. Dale EARNHARDT Jr. Danika Patrick but perhaps the biggest culprit in NASCAR's decline the racing itself as far as a competitive racing. Now it's not what it was back. Then for as long is one of the owners of motor sports business management a team that's fielding a car in this year's race he's also a former. Nascar driver himself and he says the sport has changed a lot since he first raced at Daytona. Back in nineteen seventy seven one hundred ninety mile an hour traffic jammed the bank shooting back. When I was running I could go to junk gone by a couple of calls and cut them into put them together to put a seat in it but now everything is pin point accuracy with it's all computerized nowadays. Every design choice is meticulously analyzed using state of the art computer simulations before each race for example cars are wheeled into what's known as the optical scanning system this uses high-tech sensors to measure every square inch of the car and to make sure that it is completely compliant with NASCAR's design specs as a result. Horse says the cars have become more and more indistinguishable from one another and that means the races have become less competitive. Cars tend to line up in tight formations. You end up with less of the daring passes and aggressive pushing the gets fans so excited. Now let's say you're just the average driver not a nascar driver and you buy your car just to get to work or to school. Will then you want every aspect of the car to be meticulously tested and you want every aspect of the driving experience to be predictable and SAFE WITH NASCAR? Though the messing the mistakes the unpredictability. Those things were all part of what makes it interesting. Basically this is a company that got so good at what it does. It took away. Some of what was appealing about its product. I think we were slower to adapt to To this style of racing that are fans ultimately wanted. And we're not doing that now. That Steve Phelps. He's the current president of NASCAR. He was elevated to the position in two thousand eighteen and put in charge of an aggressive turnaround plan. That plan includes changes to the race schedule. Which is meant to create more of what NASCAR calls game seven moments? There's also been changes to the format of the races. These races are now run in three stages which means that you get three photo finishes per race instead of just the one and those photo finishes are thought to be more TV friendly but the biggest change has been to. What's called the rules package? I'll spare you the dirty details but basically NASCAR can dictate subtle changes to the car's design that affect things like horse power and aerodynamics and that can be a huge factor in determining whether you get exciting competitive racing or something kind of boring in this new rules. Package is designed to slow the cars down. Bring them closer together and make the races less predictable so NASS car once had a product that for years was selling like gangbusters then those sales slowed down. And now Steve's challenge is to find a way to tweak the product without ruining the magic you know when you make changes not everyone is going to be happy. I wish we could serve every fan the same way right and make sure every fan is happy. It's a very difficult thing to do. And indeed many of these changes have not been well received by some of the more die hard fans fans like fifty one year old. Ken Browser is a love Nascar. I would never miss a race every weekend. Like was a religious follower. But you know nowadays. I really don't say that I am so much. Ken thinks that the schedule changes have compromised. The integrity of the sport plus. He thinks that the new rules package has not done enough to make the races. More exciting on the other hand. There's someone like jared mccurdy who says the changes to the sport are exactly what true him into it. I'm a new AGE NASCAR FAN. I did not get into it back in the late days with Dale Earnhardt. I'm I'm only thirty three years old but with these new packages the new era. I love it I. I'm addicted. I I love it. According to Nascar these new rules have resulted in a forty seven percent year over year. Increase in drivers passing to take the lead for those who don't speak NASCAR basically more drivers making more big moves which is exciting and there is some tentative evidence that the plan could be working nearly eleven million people tuned into the Daytona. Five hundred last week. That was an increase of about twenty percent from last year. Although it is also worth mentioning that there was a special guest in Tennessee that in case you don't recognize the voice is president. Donald TRUMP. He was the Grand Marshal of the Daytona five hundred this year and he delivered those words flanked by a formation of fighter jets and the crowd went wild. Unfortunately President Trump's dramatic appearance couldn't stave off. The weather about twenty laps in the race was cut short by a rainstorm and rescheduled for the following day that rescheduled Daytona. Five hundred brought in just an average of seven million viewers making it one of the least watched in history. So Steve Phillips may still have a ways to go bringing NASCAR back into pole position. And now you went there. Hey this episode was produced by Lena. Sun Scary in fact. Check by Britney Crony our editors Patty hearst and the indicator is a production of NPR.

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Ryan Newman Daytona Update Wednesday

The Final Lap

00:00 sec | 9 months ago

Ryan Newman Daytona Update Wednesday

"The final lap with Kerry Murphy since his horrific crash at Monday's Daytona five hundred Ryan Newman has had nascar fans on edge Monday night. Things looked grim. They extracted Ryan from his car with the black tarp covering the scene from public. Is the slow ambulance ride from the track? Had fans wondering later Monday evening we received word from Nascar. Steve O'Donnell that Ryan was in serious condition but didn't have life threatening injuries by Tuesday. We got a quote saying Ryan Newman remains under care of doctors at Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach Florida. He is awake and speaking with family and doctors and quote by Wednesday. Yesterday things looked a lot better. I mean wow I row. Fenway racing tweeted a photo of Ryan standing smiling with his two daughters in the hospital room. Next we saw videos and photos of Ryan walking out of the hospital on assisted with his hospital slippers on I might add and his daughter in his arms finally late Wednesday. Another photo tweeted out this time by his good friend. Martin tricks junior with both of them smiling and a quote very happy to see my fishing buddy and that he hasn't lost his sense of humor. So there you have the timeline of Ryan Newman's unbelievable week following his crash at the Daytona. Five hundred on Monday all the way through Wednesday and has released from the hospital dot com.

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Egg Roulette

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Egg Roulette

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Because I still sound like crazy they come Elvis Duran and the morning show okay so everything you just. I heard it's all downhill from there that was like the most entertaining intellectually stimulating part of our show. That's the sad news news. The good news is we're. GonNa be here for four hours to try to get it right. Lucky Polo gone froggy good morning. Audrey straight name the return of well what's left of CO producer Sam. Oh my God listen she's been on. She went to aid aide three week long bachelor. I've never seen we've got. We've got things to talk about. Those guys ready day. Let's go I use token ring token. Simon now. I'm talking to the way they do. Yeah not bad. I'm talking Talkin now. I don't tell them talking the way thank you yeah in a mm-hmm. The message is we need to go. Let's get going first caller of the day is Katie. Hello Katy wake it up sister and I and my you don't need me to tell you to wake up. You're already up. I can tell you're ready to go. How long have you been awake. I've been up for hours. I'm driving to Oreta. Gosh no you're driving from Woodbridge New Jersey to wear in Florida. They tone up beach. Florida all right. Let's do some investigating. Why are you driving all the way to Daytona Beach Florida Today Katie well. I had the craziest week gun on Thursday. I quit my job and on Saturday my boyfriend propose. Let's assume he's in Florida. Yes yes okay okay my boyfriend away from proposed and then I drove the other way so you're moving your life to Florida or US going down to get married and come back. What are you GONNA do. All I'm moving on life down to Florida. You are see I would have done this for her isn't it. It's exciting to put your life in a box and move it. It's more than just bras and in pillows. It's like your life. Your heart your soul. You're moving to a new place. Are you nervous. What are you right now. I'm really excited because it's up to you but I'm a little bit of everything I bet good. Nervous is good yeah. So is your whole life right now yeah my car and on my father-in-law's car he was supposed to be following me but he stayed in Jersey to sleep so I don't have any clothes until whenever he gets here it's hot in Daytona Beach Florida. You don't need a lot of close your added a life. All you need is a bathing suit. Mr Durant okay sign me up Katie congratulations and best of luck to you. Your fiancee's your new family your new home. It's it's exciting good for you. We're all kind of jealous. Do we all kind of wish. We had to leave your okay. Okay let me let them the first the first hour of the day and you can listen to us in Daytona beach so no problem there. We're GONNA send you an Elvis Duran morning. Show shirt right now. You're the first caller of the day all right. We'll ruin it. We'll put it in the next trump down. Thank you hold on one check. How exciting. What are you doing today? I'm going to pick him a life and moved down to the Daytona over. I know I love it around the room Daniel on your mind today last night. I was listening to you. Mike Catt in the hallway and all of a sudden. I heard my cat fighting with another cat and I'm like oh my gosh. Why am I fighting. They never fight go into the hallway. Only one cat there the other. The cat was locked in the bedroom upstairs so I'm thinking my old cat. George came back and he was haunting the house to your current. Cat Cat is having a fight with your ghost cats. Yeah well you know. I have to living cats right now but the one of them was upstairs and the one downstairs was fighting with somebody I'm telling you I think Georgia's pissed this cats in the house from auspey here. Mining can't cat dead or alive yeah so my cat haven visited me last night. Ah I buy into it I didn't do. I've seen I'm not even kidding. I got up on like this is this is crazy. Well now. You have to move no move in for an house down the only solution do cats have cat priests. I don't exercise your house from all can't activity do they have clumping formula in Katy cat having haven't comes around scary. What's up with you today you guys but I'm still holding onto summer because today is in the northeast. He's not going to be as warm as it's been so technically. I should have a long pants on when I got my shorts on good and I'm thinking it's still shorts summer. I hereby declares it still Gandhi. What's up with you. I am feeling something that I haven't felt I think since Middle School and it's jealousy and I don't understand understand how long will deal with it. The Green Monster Judger yes because my boyfriend is getting to do something really really cool and I can't do it myself. He's going to go to Kanye west Sunday service this weekend. Yes we'll get to go but he gets to go and I'm like furious inside but I'm really happy for him but also to and I don't know how people deal jealousy like. I'm GonNa Punch. What's something you know what I'm thinking about that the other night I was watching the Emmys and you see friends up against France for categories and one will win and the other one we'll lose and they're sitting in their seat clapping looking like like they're very very excited for their friend but you know they're not heartburn raged. I'm so happy for them happy for him. I know he really wants to go and I think it's going to be great in for him. He's GonNa have a blast but I want to go to fix it. It's okay. It's okay to field jealousy. Rename it excitement okay all right. We gotta the horoscopes with producer. Sam So can you do these. Try My damndest. A producer. Sam was at Bachelorette Party. Forgot to come back to work. What about that small details. Go what do you want to do. I'd love to do with Danielle all right so capricorn. Don't be afraid to meet new people and make new friends. You never know the impact that can have on your life your Aquarius Aquarius feel enthusiastic about life. You have perspective jobs plans and romance right around the corner your days attend. Hey Pisces. Don't wait for your friends to make plans with you. Reach out to your your favorite people and get them together. Have some fun your days in eighth areas clear your head talking through your worries cannot only be stimulating but it can be relaxing your days seven. Hey Torres just a little extra. Money might be coming your way. If you don't plan on saving it well spend it wisely days. Gemini grab a friend and try something new and exciting with them. It'll make your bond even stronger stronger your days a nine cancer. You may be feeling a bit overwhelmed as of late find some time to take a walk. Give yourself some space to breathe your days. Seven Leo big things are around the corner corner figuratively and literally keep an eye out for new opportunities in your life and in your neighborhood your days at ten virgo new technology might frustrate. You be open to learning how to navigate it. Maybe won't be so loss later on your days eight libra. You may have been waiting to embark on a new adventure. Now is the time to make plans and do just that take a nine all right Scorpio. Don't let anybody get in the way of you reaching your goal. Remember put yourself first. Your Day is not and Sagittarius go out in search of a new creative outlet outlive. The artistry and expression will do well. You're as an eight and those are your Tuesday morning horoscopes into the three things we need to know Gandhi. What are they all right. We all know who Greta the tune all right if you haven't she is a bad ass she's sweetest teen activists and she was here yesterday. Speaking to world leaders to combat climate change she had it's a really powerful words and we're going to get to some of the later today but it was amazing. I mean she said the science has been crystal clear for over three decades and you're not only hurting yourself but you're hurting the future generations nations and they will judge the failures of the current generation so true. Antonio Brown going back to class now that his time in the NFL is over. He was released by the Patriots. We talked about this yesterday and now he says he's going back to central Michigan. He shared his class schedule. He's also going to be in Miami today. In court over a different issue that has nothing to do with the sexual assaults he apparently trashed a condo and is getting sued for ten million so busy easy really keep up that schedule very upstanding guy and finally finally a very important day today. It's national voter registration dates the seventh year because millions of people find that they can't vote because they missed a deadline or didn't update their registration information volunteers will be all over the place you can also. I will vote dot com. I will vote dot com and register their again by will vote dot com ready for Tuesday. What's happened to me Levada okay. This is Alicia keys bail with Elvis Elvis Duran and the morning show. I I think so I talk a lot but with audible audiobooks. I am all ears. I listened to the latest. CELEB- memoirs bestsellers exclusive originals in tons more. I learn I laugh. I Cry Check Audibles J. Norma Selection and cheesier first audio book for free at audible dot com slash Elvis every once in a while. I'll look over at the text messages coming through just saw another one. I love thinking about making a change from working at the hospital goal to becoming an art teacher. When you guys think yes one hundred percent follow your dreams. There's nothing wrong with seeing something new and exciting out there you want to take on a new challenge. Greg Good Morning. Hey just hanging out so sorry I very busy busy talking to your executive senior producer my senior executive executive senior executive executive senior year. He'll be old enough to be called the senior producer. I guess on a regular basis what the audience does knows. I sometimes come in with Komo news paper clippings of newspaper articles that might help you along today where we love this one of my little little jobs they look you know you never can be prepped enough right right for all all of the endeavors that a way to you in life and I look forward to getting back on my fingers every morning. Newspaper great teas the only one who still in our circle still looks shit like a newspaper printed newspaper and then he cuts out the articles and tapes them to he's paper and brings them in its very serial killer like and I like it. I think ransom notes are coming his. It's not long from now. It's a light day. It's not really a very busy newsy anything that you put forward. We appreciate there you go. I happened to notice that you know scary looks ridiculous in his clothes. He's wearing again today. I just looked at his shirt. That's a very unique pattern. You'll at this. I think it'd be great as Wallpaper goldfish crackers. They make the pepperidge farms yes. They're all blue going direction and then a orange one swimming in the obsolete the ugly but no pattern but it actually tells the story what is what does this pattern say to you to me. It says you know won't be different. Swim upstream fight fight. What's go against the grain a little bit hours Goldfish. It reminds me when you go on Norwegian aging crews so the the way you figure out the front of the ship. The little fish on the rug are flying are floating to the to the front of swimming so that's his shirt. Your shirt is the rug on Norwegian cruise line you ever shirt that can be analyzed. We can learn from his speech shirt. It says free shirt to me. That's three shirts aw complementary to wear. It looks very nice scaring. It's okay once you go. Go play on the Turnpike and you know when I would like to hang it up and use it as a shower at the matching watching soap dispenser scary very versatile shirt. Don't let anyone bring you down. I love it's nice lighten area. It is lights light in Harry. I would go with an orange. Fishes Ashes the soap dispenser too much blue in their great. You're trying to start trouble. Don't you do you do those topic trains anymore four days Tuesday. I have a good one coming up for you. You know those are those are property of this show. Just in case you want to try to take the the litigation love your interest. Today is National Punctuation Day period in some point exclamation point. What's your favorite piece of punctuation dumbest questions colon semi colon around four colon. Don't you hate when you have a full Cole. I don't know I think I'm a comma guy and I'll I'll tell you why because the the comma in my opinion can take two different direction drinking either means. There's more to come or here's a slight explanation for what I just said so I can say my mom okay. I could say my producer Comma Nate Comma see I calm actually added to the subject which is my producer and missing commas tinge. A whole sentence gives an example. I have to look up some really bad ones kimmy second anyway so it's National Punctuation Day. Please don't forget get to use punctuation while speaking that would be a long day if you sit there and three punctuation comma guy because common means more sorta come in Brazil important question mark because I have so many questions. What's your question. I've so many questions for you. Yes the floor recognizes. Gandhi Gandhi lives on the floor below so for example the sentence. Let's EAT COMMA GRANDMA GRANDMA or if you forget dot Com you're saying let's eat grandma very important dot com. Yes froggy. There's one like I helped my uncle Jack Comma off a horse yeah so you need to calm their teacher. Does your comments doesn't get it. I get it okay all right. Let's get a feel good producers saying welcome back from Your Long Bachelorette Party. I made it yeah. We we have a list of things we want to ask you about that. Bachelorette report it was the craft show short was love this story all right so Christine was working the front desk at a bookstore when what she described as a loveable Kooky old lady came up to the register so while they're chatting college student walked in line behind her with just a huge huge pile of books and this woman out of nowhere turned around and absolutely demanded that she by the books for the student when he politely declined and she grabbed him out of his hand put in her pile and said ring me up I am buying these books and she went full old grandma mode and like put chocolate on it and some other books refund so so the purchase was over four hundred dollars it was so grateful and when he walked out Christine told her how amazing of a person she is and this woman said and I quote it's important important to be kind. You can't know all the Times that you've hurt people and tiny significant ways. It's easy to be cruel without meaning to be and there's nothing you can do about that but but choose to be kind wow amazing. There's a lot more to it on tweeting out the full story. If you want to read it thank you so much nia hanuman for this email male and if you have a story that deserves to be featured email me. Sam at Elvis ran dot com subject minefield good Elvis. What is it with these people historian in the morning show. What is this September heading toward October asked this year. Maybe on track to be the worst ever for data breaches according to this research and security dirty firm. That's been out there investigating crap more than thirty eight. Hundred data breaches were reported in the first six months of the year just eight of those expose with three point two billion records stolen. Nearly eighty percent of all records exposed so far in two thousand nineteen. These are big major cases. 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Mr Originally sometimes they take you out of the system so check to make sure you're still in the system because you may have to re up yourself scary likes the apostrophe perfect what you'd like the apostrophe because it shortens words and I'm lazy so if I if I instead of writing the word do not it saves space. Don't don't yeah the APOSTROPHE T and now I've saved a two three characters right because you have to space channel. It's Nice it's even though Oh you have basically moved from twitter instagram you still you're living in a twitter world. You're forty characters. Remember the forty characters speaking of twitter. Did you hear the Disney was thinking of buying twitter but because it's been so negatively now we don't platform now. It's really nice. Why is this calling yeah well Gregory. What do you think I thought what I heard you say something about p. No apostrophe apostrophes apostrophe. No well no the audio in apostrophe. Okay sorry guys don't I got. Here's one don't call this number. Gregory sticking congested dark place since I met him fell almost thirty years ago. The question has always been like where's he eventually. GonNa land. Oh I don't know it was going into the first Danielle report of the Dan. Yes yes so. Did you see the new frozen trailer. It looks so good. It's the longest one it's more than two minutes long dropped yesterday. If you WANNA see it the movie comes out in November you can go to Elvis Duran dot com because we had for you there so Charlie said that if Takashi six nine gets out and is able to make another record he will produce it for free terrible plans badland bad plan yeah. I don't have to cost you. I have so many questions ends if he does get out like how do you ever going to blend. He's GonNa die is hair. He's GonNa have to get those studies to get a tattoo diet hair. He's going to have to just blend in with everybody else different. Daniel Yeah we'll see oprah just got over a bad case of pneumonia. Her lung specialists was so concerned about her and got so excited when she got not better. That's how bad it was on. They said you really need to learn about the signs of pneumonia and how careful you need to be Miley. Cyrus okay this is this is interesting because it was I iheartradio music festival so I already festival set in Las Vegas The guy this guy who's obsessed with Miley Cyrus was in the Oh sorry that's my turn off your Ding. Dongs going sorry about that so the eye radio is set in vegas and what a Miley Cyrus viruses stalkers was in the audience. Her security spotted this guy. Now busy guy has been on their watch list because he allegedly made previous threats against our he. He said it was his life's mission to impregnate. Miley then he was going to raise Michael Jackson and prince from the dead and they were all gonna Party together. I mean in really could all happen in Las Vegas. I heart radio. They saw the guy got arrested. They do that at the daytime stage the for the last night. You might be better for the daytime. State funding says that she didn't even know who Blake Shelton was until the voice. She said she didn't even know he was a human being hang on the planet that really yeah yeah. Wow so anyway. They started dating. You know they love each other. It's it's all wonderful so what Keane Phoenix six nine oh elvis. You're deciding tonight whether you're GonNa go to a joker. Are you gonna go see the job tonight. I'm trying to I'm trying to clear my schedule. You can clear your schedule and go see the joker. It might be worth it Joaquin Phoenix on the road. You know promoting the joker he's doing an interview and somebody actually asked him in the middle of the interview whether or not do you think like the way the joker is is going to affect people like are they going to do things like the joker does like kill people and and is going to have an effect on society. He got very upset in the middle of the interview got up said are you kidding me and walked out of the interview so it took about an hour. What did he do that yeah. That's that's a legitimate question is legitimate question can answer that it upset. Him But I'm also hearing that this is how he is that during filming he wouldn't like the way a scene was going in he would get up in the middle of the scene and walk out and it wasn't the other actors. The other actors always thought it was them but it wasn't them. It was him something with him now. Do you guys you remember Heath Ledger when he played the joker all these problems with playing the joker and it really affected his psyche. I wonder if playing that character really does affect you that badly. He questioned maybe in high school. In drama did great he played the joker eventually came back for the interview wondering take. Maybe that explains what's up brody. That was his college radio name the joker. Oh my gosh what we know now we know the curse of the joker two-thirds by Liz still the number one song in the country and holding announced a new tour dates check those out when you get a chance tonight television the voice on NBC part. Two of the blind auditions last night was awesome with so much fun to watch the seventeenth season premiere of NCIS. You also have the residents and empire is back so you may want to check that out of this. Show of the mass singer anger coming out. Oh what's it called the mask singer. Isn't it this week this week. I think you can see that yeah and oh you did you watch American Horror Story Nineteen eighty-four not yet. It is so so good. You're GONNA love it. It started last week is on Wednesday nights. You're GONNA love it. I still much to watch amassing our small and then because he downton abbey the joke or jokes much distress so you know I've been going nonstop for three weeks. I haven't had one night just to do nothing. Tonight was that night and then of someone's supposed to be in town on business and she staying in for another night just to have dinner with me and then I got invited to go see the joke but I'm trying to come up with the ultimate lie to get out of that dinner winner. Take her to the joker. Oh this is us as on tonight to do you watch that no no. I'm good there so you have a fever. No one wants to hang out with a fevered person. When's the last time not honest anyone and everyone listening the last. I'm just thinking about it. No need to tell me out loud unless you're in the room. When's the last time you actually came up with a bold faced lie just to get out of something so you could do something else or stay home. Yeah yeah probably was recently very yeah. Yeah don't give too much away at all. I want to know it so no need. Did you ever do that Gandhi. I have in the past. I'm trying to think recently. I've tried to be more honest about things and just just say no. I don't want to go because I'm bad with my memory. So I just go with the truth. Yeah was recent. I WanNa know all of your used to tell me. Just just be honest and tell them you don't want to go. You don't want to go. You can't do that when you can't with everything and I in this case tonight. She was in town for a meeting yesterday. Day is supposed to go home this morning. She staying in town an extra night just to have dinner with me so now I'm like I know she's not listening. Did you ask her to stay no. I don't think you'll get out of this. One Damn token being an extra night like she's paying for a hotel. Are you just for you. The joker will come out in you know when it comes out and then you'll see at that could do a lunch. I figured out okay but I I guess my point. Is this sometimes sometimes. It's okay to stretch the truth a little bit stretch the truth just so you can like you know it gets your way but I think most times we should say hey. I just got too much going on. I really just can't hang out of work. You can't lie when you smoke a lot of pot because you'll get your lies. Oh Yeah when you forget your life yeah. You just have to be honest. We'd keeps you honest. Is that what it is. Thank life of drug use of honesty just saying it's true it's true you know on the plane on the way home from France France where where we in Spain the movies were like you know they say new releases and you're like these these are still but they had old movies. They had the birdcage. Oh my favorite my favorite films of all time you guys have been telling me. I have to see that movie bean. It's on my list. I have never seen the birdcage reaction every time I have not seen the birdcage. I know I'm missing out on life. I heard it's amazing brody's keeping an eye on the text messages which is what are we seeing today. Anything good people are excited about Downton. Abbey and people are saying if you tell people that you're going to lie about getting plans now you can't you should be quiet elvis because now you're blowing your. There's one man none at all. You'll never know exactly. That's a good way to do it. Keep them on their toes. Okay so if you came to me Gandhi and said Hey. Are we still on for dinner tonight and I said Hey hey I just I've been going hundred miles an hour. Would you be okay if I stayed home tonight. Is that really insulting is. Would you let me for saying not at all. I get so happy when people cancelled plans. I'm like Oh thank you. I appreciate that because I wanted to stay home to froggy. What about you see. I see there's foam. Oh I have home. Oh I have the happiness of missing out. Oh Yeah I'm glad when I don't have to go somewhere. It doesn't bother me at all. You have homo yesterday and you say you can do that with Gandhi because she lives here but this person who's staying saying just to go to dinner with you is a different story. You cannot do that with that person a ellison somebody says hey. I'm just going to stay in for the night. Oh good. I'll all pickups. Stop By. We'll eat at your. You've start to phrase it correctly the first time I'm trying to stay home alone tonight. Just chill out by myself. I'm saying not we are stand tonight. We'll maybe skip the funeral once and town. This was back before social media so so it was I was able to get away with it. It's okay yes. He Social Media Bus. Everything really does can't lie. You have to be so careful. You can't post any yeah. We just got to be so careful. You can't even on social media now. Just ignore texts because people will be like I saw pictures requests. You gotta hear it's meals on. I miss a phone call because people like I just saw you liked the picture. The picture people are jerks when they do. You have your phone. I know let's take this call from Cheyenne. Hello Cheyenne Dan Hi yes. Gandhi is very high. What's going on Cheyenne. I'm just on my way to work today so you actually played Hooky at work yesterday so you can go to the fair. Where's the fair yeah so in in Bloomsburg. We have a huge week long there. and I used to get off of school for it when I was in high school because it's that big fair so you you called and said I'm sick or what was your excuse yesterday. well known. I talked to my boss but that you know just been really sick today. I think I'M GONNA take tomorrow to recover and by recover. I walked around the feral day so you eight one of of your recovery Corn Dogs. Yes that's a great name for a band stage recovery corn okay so let me ask you this. Could you texted your boss and said Hey. I really need to take a personal day tomorrow I need. I just need a day where I can chill out. Would you do you. Is that something you would be okay with. Would that have worked maybe or is that a no. Maybe I will say that I use my personal days because it got buried a few weeks ago so I got it and I feel like sometimes when you say it like that like hey I just need a mental day. They think oh great. They're about to have a breakdown exactly but to be fair and this is no excuse to abuse the system to be fair. mental health is at the forefront of many conversations and many people are not afraid to say hey. I'm having a little difficulty dealing with ABC right now. I would never ever want to use that to their advantage but only if it's necessary. I get it Danial if you if you said I'm really distressed at home. I really need a day out. I would say absolutely not because you take off every other week for like Dad's doughnut would have coming up Cheyenne. She has muffins with no. I would get that. You're cool like that. There are some bosses that are not cool liked them if you're a boss be cool like that Shannon. Did you have a fun day taking a Cookie Day and having fun at the fair I did my husband and my son and island to it's very it's all good for you. See No regrets. That's cool all right. Thanks for listening to us. Okay good day to day. You'll go to work by today's back to work day. Sorry sorry about that walkers and talkers podcast for walking dead bands done. You can't say anything stopping. Stop it recaps the latest news and interviews with members of the cast hosted by David Brody and his co host Jamie Walkers and talkers listen on the iheartradio lap Elvis Duran and the morning show audible audiobooks on my mental vacation. I listen and escape to another world. It's like I'm right in the middle of the action whether it's a love story auras Zombie Apocalypse. That's a great thing try it. Your first audiobook is free at audible dot com slash. It's weird because the past two weeks three weeks we've been here and there and everywhere different time zones. We're still going to jet lag coming back from vacation. So sleep is kind of a weird thing but the weird thing on top of that is I'm sleeping more than I usually do so I'm actually dreaming. How do we do for a living. We don't really go into deep enough sleep to dream I am I now one hundred percent so I've been craziest dreams man so crazy you know sometimes they're real and you wake up you. It was a dream but there's something there's something they're guilty. Do it all the time I wake up angry as hell at people in Common Yelda. I woke up in the middle of a dream last night Gandhi in that same mood but I didn't I couldn't call anyone. It was three in the morning whatever so go online to start doing investigation l. Yeah this person remember them. They did something really bad in my dream Yeah. Do they exist. Look him up. Oh yeah then I start looking at them up. They don't exist. Oh mine always exists and I know it's in my head but I like to find reasons why it's their fault that I'm mad at them last night at one thirty one forty five. I Woke Alex. Hey Hey what even remember that Guy Blah Blah Blah. You know he this that in his name was he said no no no his name was that's right because I had a dream that something awful was going on with this guy. ooh. So Alex goes back to sleep. I go back on to Instagram Josh. I even go all the way back facebook and I never go. I don't even go to facebook. Look I know I have an account and I signed on and I started looking around there. That person is there you are. You're in my dream last night and you weren't nice ice. Poke them on facebook. No no pokey they still do. I have to pay poke on facebook you can but I don't think anyone uses nobody. Nobody gets poked on facebook anyway. That's the problem but point is the thin line between what's real and what's not in especially dreamland because it's just so real sometimes and I've been having these real dreams lately and I. I don't know if I like it or hate it if they lean something you probably because when you will go up like what dreams mean. It's always some nonsense that I just don't believe Felix. Sometimes it means something for someone else right exactly you you know. I think what it usually means. As I eight something weird right before I went to bed and then I had a really weird yeah I know but you know what you you and your Indian spices yeah time seriously. We'll tell you we had some we had some Barani oh my favorite yesterday yep and it was delicious our friend. Dan whipped it up for us and and so I had those spices in me. Perhaps that's what happens by glut of ts before bets not good lots of reasons by the way as as far as we got married we can half ago yeah honeymoon over why all the door is always open when he's in there when he's taking a poo. Well wait a minute. You guys were together a long time before you got married and he he kept the door closing told you like sealed the deal. Sometimes he will have it opened. Sometimes you went now. It's just open odd but now I'm a part of the problem now. I'm having conversations with him like looking at it while he's sitting on the bolt. I feel like it's gone way too. Far is one thing totally different tool because it's so loud why can't hear you. There's a stream of urine. We need to invent something that creates an APP on your phone where you can shut the door. You're doing and you're like no shut the door star trek doors exactly so our friend producer. Sam was at a Bachelorette Party and I came into work yesterday. Where's Sam in Nate's like well. She's at a Bachelorette. The world's longest Bachelor Party left on Thursday and then came back today. Who does that Sam so she gives me a list. We're going to get to this and a little bit night number one. They were partying hard by the end of the night Tequila so when Putin the coroner they all had to leave their all aw kicked out of the club. Oh Gee was the corner. That's considerate vomiting in the corner in the middle of the dance. You don't WanNa slippery dance right in the ended. The all shared beds and there was a night some one got up to go to the bathroom and they they paid but they weren't in the bathroom. That's my favorite so when peed in the room it really. They broke a swimming pool. How do you break a swimming pool anyway. We'll get into her her bachelorette party coming going up. I once puked in a swimming pool and it was almost broken. I was so mad at me would have been so pissed you. They were so mad at me. It was a it was either multiple swimming pools their filtration system colander also the puck was strictly alcohol. It wasn't Chunky. They're posits. Can we rewind what's up scare as there was that time last summer where they found the Brown Nugget floating at the Golden Nugget Pool and they had a close it. That person broke the pool for the day they break you break the pool. That wasn't me. I do not do that well. I guess pose can be broken. The Internet can be broken. I mean the last week and we broke. Santa Fe did still not together. I'm sure it's so funny. How you can break things at technically can't be broken so when we were all in Santa Fe we we were talking about how it was so obvious that all of these people from New York we're there and Danielle myself and a few other people were in a store and a guy just walked up to me and goes listen. I could tell you guys are going to be trouble rebel for this town. Yes and you were L. Uncle Johnny tells a story about how he and his drag Queen Friend drove a pickup truck across the country on all sorts of psychedelic good things this is back in the seventies okay they were actually in New Mexico and Albuquerque they were and I've only seen this movies. They were escorted to the state border old and asked never to come back on. Can you imagine all the drive you due to the border of a state. Say please that bad back again. Do not come back in the town square. I it almost sounds like a challenge. Does let's Party so hard. They drive to the State Board. What did he do. Do we know what he did. They were on psychedelics drag queen uncle Johnny in like some kind of pickup truck elk an El Camino traveling across the country. Go do a Google El Camino breaking bad movie coming out yeah. I WanNa see that so the question is where we're not allowed to return to. I'M GONNA get into that after our free trip phone tap yep that's right. We want you to do five days four nights with three of your friends in Orlando. That's the free trip phone tap for today. That's on the way in like ten minutes and I just posted. This is my first video on my instagram at Radio Danielle Monaro of us at gator world in gator land in Orlando. It's wait we dipped blinds and everything was real cool zip line above gators. I'll hold the purses now bowl so the free free trip phone tap with your trip to Orlando coming up and then we get into the places you've been kicked out of and you're not allowed to go back. Wow we've got a good solid forty five minutes ahead of us into the three things you need to know Gandhi going on the latest Teen Activists Greta Tune Berg is demanding that world leaders step up to combat climate change. We saw a lot of her speech yesterday. She had some really powerful words. Including young people are starting to understand your trail. The eyes of all future generations are upon you and if you choose to fill us. I say we will never forgive you. She went on to say the science has been crystal clear here for more than three decades and world leaders are ignoring it. Boeing is giving one hundred forty four thousand dollars to each of the families of the seven thirty. Seven Max crash victim uh-huh died in those two crashes yeah the immediate financial aid is going to be paid out to over three hundred families and these planes have been grounded since March when those two crashes happen and finally we always always talk about. How far would you go for your dog and most people say to the end of the year. A woman in Louisiana chased her dog into a petting zoo enclosure at a truck. Stop up last week and things went terribly wrong. She was attacked by a camera inside who sat on her and the only way she survived was by biting its testicles. That's right so so for future reference if you're ever attacked Daniel if you're ever attacked by camel bite it's text testicles that applies to anything you're attacked by the best part is she ended up getting a ticket for trespassing. How's the camel. The National Punctuation Day Period Yep scary was saying his favorite of punctuation was the stiffy and why because it shortens words. Someone said you like like the apostrophe because you're so possessive anyway. Use Your punctuation properly today. You are a free phone tap coming up next. Hey this is Dan Shea artist. Seth Rogan what's up this was Elvis Elvis Duran the morning show the future phone services here and it's called visible for forty bucks a month all in you get unlimited data messages and minutes on Verizon's four G. Lt Network along with mobile hotspot. AIDE LT speeds up to five megabits per second with unlimited usage. 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There was the lady who wanted to cut my head off for her to do those nasty things to you pictures of Carla Marie and Anthony Down there don't ask asked no longer allowed. We got calls already on hold. Let me just take one real quick and we'll get into the free trip phone tap. Hello Vanessa Vanessa Hi so ten years ago you were kicked out of Canada. An entire country asked you to leave what happened so I work with my boyfriend and he surprised me after males well in hold on one second. You got to speak into the microphone. 'cause we're having a phone problem. Can you hear me so you and your boyfriend went to Rochester and he said let's go up to can she went to Canada and I was intoxicated and underage. Oh and he got to the border. You've been drinking and for some reason I take us so I'm half in and out of it and he goes inside and they like halfway. Wake me up and I'm just cursing is. I don't know where I am what's going on and they took my license and they were like yeah. You can't come back for a year so you were kicked out of country uh-huh for the entire year because you woke up like a drunk belligerent the entire wow yeah so apparently I wasn't apparently it's illegal per customs agents and I did not know that I was like nineteen at the time but twenty and I had been drinking things I can like. I was camping out. It was just and I just WanNa say that I love you guys. I got through them. Just listening you guys. I moved down to Myrtle Beach South Carolina. I love that like our mayor with her every morning so we appreciate that but back back to Canada for just a moment so you were kicked out at nineteen. In how many years ago was that Oh God it was four hundred Pie. Have you been back to Canada sense or you're afraid to try. I'm not afraid to try. I just thought it really had their dental. Show them. How dare you kick me out. I'm not coming coming back. Here's the thing you can go to Disney and you can visit Epcot and go to Canada. Yeah I bet if he went to Canada and they would kick you out uh-huh. Why don't you go next door to Mexico Mexico. You're going to do okay anyway. Well listen listen. Thanks for Calling Vanessa being kicked out of country. Let's see who can top that have have a great day and thank you for listening to us there. You go coming up after the phone tap the free trip phone tap. Where have you been banned there yet. Elvis the rain in the morning. Shows your trip. You're about to win a five day four four night trip for four people that you and three friends you're going to get away to a place that so uniquely wonderful and you know look we all know. Orlando is fantastic when it comes to the best theme parks in the world. There's a lot more to it but you can do whatever you want five days and four nights before people start planning your trip today thanks to visit Orlando Dot COM yeah one of my favorite things about all the nightlife. It's got great now. You can go to Disney Springs Universal City Walk International Drive Downtown Orlando. There's a logical is it's not just about like you said the theme. There's a lot more to Orlando and we did gator land which was incredible and if you go to my instagram at Radio Danielle Monaro you can see just some of the cool things we did like zip-lining over gators in the car then that some people said yeah that glad that you not me you know what else you can do that is fabulous waffle house all right so a visitor lend five days four nights for you and three friends. If you're caller one hundred now with this free phone tap you win your trip one one eight hundred two four two zero one hundred Elvis Elvis Duran phone tap Garrett. Yes Garrett your good American. I appreciate that you've got good phone taps. What are you doing today. So this is what we call a reverse phone tat now it started off with Bela emailing us in submitting an idea saying hey play phone tap on my dad. Dan About our family dog doc and I said that's cute but let me call up dad behind her back and say hey. Your daughter wants to play phone tap on you. I think it would be funny. If we really phone tap your daughter Bella that's GonNa Happen. We're going to start the call to Dan. We're GONNA play along. He's GonNa play along and then all hell breaks. This is awful. Use this contest Dan. This is todd. Have your dog duty really grab my drugs well. Your dog showed up at my business this morning when I pulled pulled into work and it's been hanging out with the left the gate open again all right. Where are you. What's what's the business I work over at Laces Aces on here tonight. I know where that is great. You're familiar with it great crystal where did I I check the schedule. I'm not very sure about the girl schedule but all the chicks hot once David neighbor. I'm stuck at work now but but I I'm looking to get out tonight anyway. So can you hold the dog tonight and I'll come by and get a last year. They're scared we you have to stop hello. There's somebody else on the line. We need to stop this right now doing that. Stop talking you know. What are you doing on the phone. Hang up apple later. Just let me know if I could be of any help all right. My identity hung up on are you there. I think he kind of freaked her out all right. Let it's GonNa get worse. Yeah people hold on hold on. I need you to three way the call in and you try to push the matter with you what would you you're disgusting. You're going Strip club. What are you talking about talking about getting locked into going to strip club now. No no you misheard literally early just to talk to you on the phone. I heard exactly what you said. You know a couple of years ago with them. Guide after work and I say take a couple of times a week for a couple years. Here's what's the ball we watch the ballgame and some other entertainments. Wii Strip club club a gentleman's club gentleman go there. It's like does mom know about it. Does I'm not your kind of a funny thing. She told him a credit card statement a couple of months ago and I thought you were going to be really pissed at me but she's he's actually kind of intuit. She goes with me. Sometimes what we know. We were going to movies yeah. We're we're we're at the show is right now in fact remember everyone. I wanted to know if you wanted to come to church with us and you said no yeah we we didn't go to church at Strip clubs. Oh my the first time we're still happy in love you. Can you hear this. Let's Gary I wanted to play a phone tap on your dad. We actually played phone tap on you so all all that was not real. You've got to be let me go to cover. You can't either either way so gross out right now. Come on you could hear. He was awful pan. She believed it all right. Thank you Garrett Yeah. You think your phone tap someone. Maybe your phone tap another reason. We should cancel these stupid phone taps incoming. We're double crossing people. It's just me it's the best. It's awful thing Eric Crossing. You have an idea for a phone tap. Let us know someone in your life. Is this really gullible. Phone tap won't let us know good Elvis Duran Dot Com and click on the phone tap link. Could you tell he was just a bad actor trying to trying to find his daughter's here it tell this is why don't answer my phone. That was your free trip phone tap. Let's go talk to Jennifer. This is Jennifer. Yes Oh my Gosh Jennifer time. You're in Orlando actually in June of this year all home. I'm sorry you can't go back. Baby kicked you out of Orlando. You just want trip for four people for five days four four nights thanks to visit Orlando Dot COM I bet I bet there are a lot of things in Orlando that you've never explored before there are we. I go every year but I'm so excited to go back. Let us take care of this amateur visit Orlando Dot Com. We'll be very happy to know that you're there ever here and now we'll. We'll take care of their the bill. You're going point five thousand four hundred ninety. Thank you for listening to the free trip phone tap another one tomorrow morning thanks to visit Orlando Dot com that was great. Yeah I love to be in Orlando. Right now. all right so we opened up this segment of our big show talking about being kicked out of places being banned and I'm thinking I don't I've never been banned from any place that I'm aware of but maybe I was so out of it. I don't remember being bad yeah. I got banned from buffet once from a buffet. What did you do. They got into an argument with them about 'cause you could do the buffet to go so I got into an argument with them about what could go and which which in which containers and they got really upset with me and told me not to come back back but then they changed the policy and I was allowed back in oh I thought it was used to up to the buffet too. Many Times knows nate's dad was banned from a shoe store because he had he had two feet that were different sizes and you just drove him nuts yeah. I think I told you the story of my dad's left foot is like eleven and a half is right puts twelve so he was trying hang on like pairs of shoes for three hours. Finally I tapped him on the shows as just get out. Get Out and never come back yeah. You'd have all you can eat buffet. You have have a shoe store but you can only put so much. They banned them. Whatever that buffet was stupid. They're banned from Walmart. They're banned from Disney Lauderdale van from Disney why because he wouldn't be why your mind your PS and QS Disney. How does one get banned from Walmart. What what did you do well. I'll tell you what happened. There's a little clue. They said they were banned. From Walmart's a they were banned from the walmarts. Yes all right so we know. I don't know how to a a username present present present God. I got it right. So you got kicked out of the Sistine Chapel. You were banned banned from the Vatican old like I did the exercised in from the Vatican do band so basically my friend it was taking pictures and we got asked not to take pictures and he said Okay and then put his tone into selfie mode and started taking pictures of the ceiling like it is and the guard saw him and you know asked him for his phone. He pulled out his work phone instead. This is my final any pictures and you know he ended up finding out that he had two phones owns and and basically called US ally and escort us to the exit of the Vatican. Wow burner phone got you kicked out if you go to the Vatican and you want it you finally get to the Sistine Chapel Chapel variants and it takes several hours to get there right and when you do as you know they start yelling at you yes so yeah. I know you're making my sixteen visit just a terror and then they yell at you for taking pictures and they don't want you to I actually got slapped in the Sistine Chapel for taking a picture. Yeah yes left right in the hand because they said don't take a picture and then. I did exactly what that guy did and I tried to get one of the ceiling and a guard just walked by and smack my phone out of my hand and I was like wait a second. I was throng guess. which don't did you guys when you were in? Did you go to Florence and try to take pictures of a David Statue. I think we learned our lesson after after the job that we did not try that we know but if you go to see the statue David you gotta take picture junk next year head. You're supposed to they just don't want to. They make fun of his junk. We'll make fun of his junk. Gary took a bunch of pictures. I saw anyway percent now. Are you allowed to go back acted the Sistine Chapel. You're allowed to go back to the Vatican. Are you out forever I don't think they took her name or anything. So I could go back. I haven't tried just crazy. Americans probably tell fifteen thousand people a day to put the crabs. They're strict as all get a thank you present. Hello Ashleigh listen to this guy's. Ashley CLAIMS TO BE BANNED FROM EVERY NFL stadium in the country. You can talk about it so originally this happened when I lived in Buffalo so I'm sure when you see like all the buffalo tailgating. You could probably only imagine they go crazy. Yeah go a little overboard. I was guilty of that one year going a bit overboard drinking's apartment and I it definitely wasn't I shouldn't have been allowed in the stadiums to begin with but got through and once I was there all of a sudden someone who didn't like me decided to tell security that I was trying to start a fight when like I'm not a violent person. All you're drunk. You're not violent yeah exactly. I like most people when I'm drunk came from so would they they. They tried to kick you out. At that point. They dragged me out to ooh. Oh my God took my be. They took down all of my information that they gave me a card and said if you're ever caught in an NFL stadium in the country again your arrested on now froggy your expert NFL Carey do that. I mean I guess they could tell you that they would have to. I did find a way to identify you and then you'd have to do something wrong in another stadium. I'm sure if for example if you came to Jackson to Jags game they're not looking for you as you enter the stadium so back to the Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Dallas girl from from buffalo game out go girl from Buffalo Shuffle off the Buffalo. Actually I know but are you. SORTA the proud of that moment. Are you going to try to test it and go back to a game. Oh I've gone back plenty of times. I just don't carry my own personal. I D I make other people carry. Sorry my D and go up and by my drinks and buy tickets and all his career plan I know but what a great story I've been banned from every NFL stadium in the country entiere. I love that thank you actually thank you very much. let's go talk this. Dina Dina this Deanna and grandmother the mother not you but your grandmother was banned from a senior Citizen Center for fighting inside year old grandmother. Let's what's your story. What happened to grandma? Sushi goes to the senior dances every week or whatever and these gentlemen are fond of her so they always after two and there's this one gentleman that another older lady had laid claims you so after Mike Granny had Indian thing with him she builders this other lady approached my granny and my granny was like don't start with me don't even start with me and the lady got in her face and my grandma is like you don't back up. I'm going. I'm GonNa make you that you out in the League honor faith to my granny the lefty she she your picture this two eighty five year old. Brady's my granny takes our left hand in sucker punches the lady in the in the Gut mccranie center part part it was that the lady so in my granny looked over her was like no you stay there there for grandma's banned from the senior senior dance Dan from the senior center tape. I can't believe we're sitting here laughing at this. This is awful celerion upgrade. That's how long Scottish colder grandma's till around. Yes see this is just like in. Maybe you tell grandma. She's always allowed to at our senior dances. Thanks for listening listening to us that poor other grandma finally one more question for Jerome Jerome banned from kicked out of a SPA after you freaked down because you thought you were being kidnapped. Explain this is weird is like you know you go and look up with SPA so they put you in separate rooms home and then they put the mask on you and I went to sleep. You know like I'm really relaxed but I woke up the first thing I could think of was like the iron mask. Ask like I'm being trapped in the room and I just started freaking out screaming and I'm screaming screaming. Nick seen the whole. Everybody come running the room. I partner comes around the room like what's what happened after still screaming like okay calm down calm the next thing you say okay you cannot come here in the more dreamy thought it was real. It out is like I never got a mass ever again. I'm sure they've come Giron. Durham is banned from the spot one more call all from Debbie Debbie of course in New Orleans. That place goes a little nutty. It makes us all nutty because we just lose control there. It's a wonderful party place. What happened to you in New Orleans Debbie. Hello what happened in New Orleans. We there was a group of us. There's about eight of us there for the packer game and we were out one night. You didn't went into adult. toy store and one of our friends started chasing us around with an adult. Choy and the security guards came and escorted all of us out and made a stand against the wall and took all our names and because they're chasing you around with a Dildo done there it. Was it like a Dildo vibrator. What's your friend chain you. Is it was like a three foot dildo l. My God who uses one of those you know what there's nothing worse than getting arrested at an adult toy store now assault and battery uh-huh sorry Debbie chased around with a Dildo just ended up in New Orleans. Why why do they make sure we'll ruin it for you. Hold on one second again. What was that question again. Why do they make three foot. Yeah why and just use your imagination GonNa Take Award winning. I love you guys in the morning. Show lately hot sauce has kind of been my jam. Actually it's been my sauce not only does to Lula have welcoming. He adds an awesome burst of flavor to my favorite dishes though get out and grab the bottle with the wooden cap then tell your friends it and in this corner syndicated talk radio in the morning. Show I see is you. Have I only on the radio glad you're here across the country millions listening. I'm going to try and sell under the sound of the trump. He'll be saying I want to ask. Thanks thanks with you. We we paid sounds impressive but obviously you have done it because I still sound like crappy. Elvis durant in the morning show. I don't know for some reason I keep thinking about the Jonas brothers. I don't know why we were out on vacation on on the honeymoon and all that kind of stuff I I got a text toussaint congratulations and we're watching them They're still out on the roads everywhere. I think there in Kansas City last night or the night before they you know when they decided to put it all back together and go out on the road. I'm assuming they know what it's like to be on the road. They know it's a lot of hard work and now they have families. It's like but they look like they're having a great time. I think they're having a better time this time around because I don't think they're taking themselves as seriously as they did the first time around. They look like they're having fun right and the families are coming along which is really cool. I mean Danielle and I were staring hard. Core the families as much as we could at their concert at the contest. We'll be watching the Jonas brothers. There's no we're watching Priyanka. Chopra Turner and Daniel Daniel Evans Wife Danielle had a big birthday party and they're on that huge Jonas brothers jet yeah which is the size of of Air Force One right and so our our friend Mikey Russo the a wedding and party planner to the stars decided to throw a little party for on the jet sounds sounds fancy so they got together to wish Daniela Happy Birthday. Just keep an eye on the Jonas brothers. I know they're going to be in Dallas tonight tomorrow night. You're not done. They've got a lot more more to go and I can't wait till it's over and ask them if they really truly enjoyed the experience as much as they thought they would. It's kind of where you all right. Thank you got to be a little tire lease. I mean we jingle jingle ball season on the way. We only do like three shows. We're four and out. They do like thirty thousand around the room. We'll start with you Danielle. What's on your mind today so yesterday. I was trying on boots and my closet you know like I like to get rid of replenishing Dino Ranger boots. I put on a booties this morning but then I realized it was going to be eighty degrees but I don't think it matters. It's full so here's my question even if it's fallen eighty degrees. Can you still wear boots. Toed boots talpet open toes but these are closed fine. I'm fine right. Where would you want no matter when you know what my mom always used to say hey she said if it don't hurt don't look good. Lord you wear those painful. These are actually coffee wearing boots then. Thank you comfy my a favorite cat froggy. What's up with you today. You know just want to confirm that when we were in Santa. Fe for your W us. Samantha got stuck in a bathroom. Somebody here just got stuck in an office couldn't get in their office and I broke in once again with credit card. You can break in a lock with a a credit card. If you think you can't you can't I got I got him out of the bathroom and I just hope somebody breaking their office here the radio station with a capital under the rescue. That's like does work as a hero. You aren't so as a capital one yes and get you out of a locked room. Whatever you gotta taking an entering taking capital. That's why it's important to have your capital one card on you at all times producer. Sam what's up with you. I want to remind everyone that Karma is so real and it could be a funny little bitch sometimes dinner. One of the girls I was with one night decided. She liked the plate that we were eating off of so she decided to steal it. She got caught by a staff member. WHO approached her inside. I saw you put that in your bag and she played stupid. She said talk about whatever well she felt guilty later on tonight so we brought it back to return it and the person said I knew you d back took the plate and gave her her cell phone. Oh drunk girl left her cell phone there and when she said you knew I left this and you're gonNA give it back the place that Oh it's okay when you do it. Karma is a bitch yep so you know all's well that ends well but don't steal stuff guys. Don't leave the room. I WanNa talk to you. Sam About Your Bachelorette party from here. Wasn't your Bachelorette party but someone else right right. What's up with you today. Gandhi hello I don't know if you guys have any idea how much of a bill you have to have like a dollar bill or twenty dollar bill to be able to use it because there's a little bit of a scuffle in Europe in my fifty dollar are fifty euro got ripped. Can I go exchange it. I feel like I have enough of it. Oh I'm showing its Elvis right now. Three American currency it's more than half of the bill but and you have more but that's such that's the euro. I don't know I would take it to your local. La Bank and see if they'll take it. I'm going to try because that's not fifty fifty euros a lot. I I gotta go. Get it back all right. I like that question. What's a Scotty been the United States. You have to have one serial number intact and then they'll reassure you. That's let's the euro. Can you go look down your nose. The weirdest study I have all the Scotty can't find his way home after work tell you he could tell oh you wanna know that currencies got got a number from you serial number so cute yeah he is. He's so producer Sam Hi. I came into work yesterday after honeymoon off a week and I'm like we're saying oh she's on a five day BACHELORETTE party. I'm like well. That's gotTa be good news career so you got kicked out of a club. Yes that's because someone puked in the corner shooting happening. That happens does it. Yes Oh you broke a pool. No we caught someone breaking a Jacuzzi whilst having sex how do you breakage cousy whilst having sex a foam in it for a bubble bath which you're not supposed to do now progress from watching a couple of get it onto watching a couple nakedly try and scoop foam out of this okay so how many any of you were on this Bachelorette Gig. There were nine of us and you know it's just a headache about to happen. So can you tell us where you went. Yeah we were out of beautiful order was breathless in Cancun. Okay so nice and we made it look a little engineer. Did you have did they change the name topless. Girls did get caught skinny dipping so yeah that would have been appropriate so I'm assuming that if you're on a Bachelorette weekend yours an extended bachelorette weekend with nine girls there's it's GonNa be a lot of people getting caught doing things yeah. There was always something and I'm usually the Jewish mother but even I got scooped up a little bit the worst thing that you recall don't do it. The worst thing. I think I recall doing myself was oh. We broke into a travel agency party. They're having a party. We tried to get they said No. He said fine so snuck in through the beach instead of just letting it just fine. I well we were with people there and then one of the people who work there airside. Excuse me who throwing the party invited you and we got busted. Got Us all right but it wasn't. They weren't overly mean. They're like all right. Get Out and we all had a good life. That's not so bad. Did anyone in your Bachelorette party of nine. Get into more trouble than that yes okay. Let's hear that the girls took Tequila shower and then proceeded to throw up in the corner when we were asked to leave decided it was a better idea to instead confront the bouncer and say they know I got it all out not GonNa do it again. I'm fine. I'm fine now. It's fine and she started to kind of put our hands up on the bouncer meaning to to reassure him but not what you're supposed to do so a couple of us had to grab her and escort her out while he intercom to other people get so she was in the earpiece. He's was that the worst thing that happened at the bachelor. Party was pretty bad as far as getting in trouble yeah. That's the worst hey here's a tip. If you throw up in a club you don't WanNa stay. Just WanNa get out because first of all thank goodness. Someone else is going to clean up after you secondly. You don't want people to see oh. There's the girl that does mama girl Puke breath. Get Out of here yeah so gross and you definitely want to put your hands on a bouncer tastes. Don't do it the bouncers there to keep you safe not to hold you up. Once Gary just got a text that said that they went to breathless for a Bachelorette party as well. They were swingers. They're having sex in the hot TUB. Oh Yeah we saw hot hot subsets swingers. I didn't ask them okay. Imagine how much back there. There's a lot of stuff floating in that water. Thanks Lou someone turned the hot tub into alphabet soup trust pool at the playboy. See here's my thing I I love doing it. I like making out all that kind of stuff but when you do it in public like a frog for instance and Atlanta's frogging oggy and Lisa were doing like the discovery channel there in the bushes and nobody saw that in the landscape well. You don't know that nobody saw that there are cameras everywhere anywhere in Atlanta. Someone saw that God I hope so. I think I did a pretty good job that session things about froggy so romantic he calls. How's IT essentially that's why it doesn't get it as much as he wants so to me. I would rather just not have such a crazy weekend but the BACHELORETTE party thirty nine girls all the trouble you've got into it. I know there are other situations. Yeah tiffany is is it worth it do. Are you ready to go on another one. I mean is this something you would like to do. I admittedly admittedly I flew back early yesterday. I realized I couldn't do it for as long as possible so I waited until the last night we had our party and I said okay girls. I'm GONNA go fly. Standby Mbai packed my bags and left there for you. Yeah I couldn't handle it I was I'd be crying today at work and you guys are tired of doing that. Never get enough. You cry working. I see I see like an invitation coming in Bachelorette party the weekend of liver half of me be like oh how nice and half of me we'll start to vomit hunky real. That's not but I don't know. It's one of those things you have to do. You do and try not to think about it and you hydrate and you try not to to drink the water in foreign countries. That's really all you can do. Those are the rules. We had a key word. If one girl needed to get to the bathroom immediately because of water you said Piquiachu and the rest of us into action action how many drunk people can remember the word pitches anyway. We'll welcome back in one piece Danielle. We missed you report thirty minutes ago. It gives us a few headlines. I WANNA do a few. Thank you Sam Cahan. You'll great here. Warn thank you can can. I tell you though as soon as Danielle saw her she was like Oh i see oh you got shoes on. You know she's been having don't wear those ashamed. We're going to a Bam Bam going to start with Danielle some headlines and they were going to get the three things you need to. Hollywood's bleeding post malone sold old another hundred ninety eight thousand copies. It's number one on the charts again. cupcake following cupcakes through rapper but cupcake has quit. I actually do follow her music business. I was watching her live instagram okay so she said she's corrupting the youth because she had a a weekend she accused. Camila Cabello of being racist of Shawn Mendez of being gay and she fails might not have been the right thing to do and so. She's wrapped in a blanket telling the world now that she's quitting music. She's an artist cake. We'll be back okay goes through this every now and then joey and Chandler from friends or number one on the list of the best onscreen friendships of all time a Monica and Rachel from friends come come into number two and Harry and Ron from Harry Potter come in at number three great to the front boy the name cupcakes available. Yes he's case. I'd make sure you check out the new trailer for frozen. We have it up for you. At Elvis. Duran DOT COM comes out in November the movie and this is a little over two minutes so it's definitely worth checking out this trailer and of course this is us is on tonight. Everybody's talking about how it's going to be very emotional night because this is us as back all right. That's it you said be quick. We renamed it. Make me cry. Oh God this is the three things we need to know what those well yesterday around Midnight Puerto Rico got hit by six point zero magnitude earthquake followed by three aftershocks but the good news is no reported damage or death as of right now however they're also still bracing for tropical depression Karen to come their way so yeah which by the way in a clock it just became a tropical storm again. They don't need any event Karen all right new technology reversing hair loss and I know a lot of people are interested in that Jami okay so engineers say that they invented a device that uses electric pulses to stimulate the skin and apparently this application kickstarts the follicle back into growth mode and it's been working on these trials releases. I get this yeah. What are we get this well. You'll have to wait just a little bit to make sure that it's totally safe he when they come out with like this great new invention is great new drug. It'll be available in two thousand and fifty two right well. It's safe. That's why they made no hair then. I'M NOT GONNA wait till it safe world the dice if they said okay you're going to get through. You can do it if you want to. We have no idea who me up the old sparky. I'm ready to go and finally a reason to move to Germany. If you like to drink apparently German court just ruled that hangovers count as an illness yes because illnesses include even small or temporary disruptions to the normal state of your body so perhaps that will happen here and all of us will be off all the time we will yeah my God. Thank you all right so here's the thing great t the Frat boy now known as cupcake. We're GONNA play egg roulette. We have a dozen eggs. Eleven of them have been hard boiled one hasn't Oh and if you WANNA play along you could win a big juicy prize. It was surely have something from Delong. I look it's going to be big if you I wanNA play egg roulette with cupcake great t the FRAT boy call now eight hundred two four two zero one hundred Elvis Duran in the morning show. Hey guys bedtime sometimes a battle for both you and your kids for instance my daughter. Ella she struggled sometimes to fall asleep while fortunately TRICIA and I have now discovered discovered vicks pure z's kids melatonin dummies to help her fall asleep. Naturally fine pure Z's kids in stores everywhere. I swear this place is out of control. I don't even know what was happening. There are seven different things the YELP. This is why I wish we had cameras rolling while the songs plan because we're about to do EG roulette with Gregg where we have a dozen eggs. We've we've hardboiled eleven of them one of them. One of the numbered eggs is Dole wrong so here's how we play egg roulette or is great. He calls does it egg. Omelette doesn't make any sense so we have twelve people on hold. The each are going to be numbered one through twelve okay whoever whoever is the great number of the raw egg wins a glamorous prize then I said Oh we're doing egg relate. We Need Egg music scary. Give give me egg music. So Brody gives me a song with chickens in it. I said music and he says the the chicken came before the egg. This is not an argument. This is another debate about which came first settled on the chicken because chickens eggs and its egg music. Take whatever I was banned from my wedding. Let me be very clear. I submit to whatever you WANNA do. I'm tired of over over here in the corner. I go Mike's gone then moisturizer and comes over and put the moisturizer where we think that's what that was. I ah also speaking of eggs. I ordered to scrambled eggs for breakfast. Where are there remained more money. I five dollars I I didn't but I but Gandhi says okay yeah. Ben Mode is gone. I don't know how much more do you need dollars. Got It. We I'm sorry all one hundred did Scott by the way when I say I'm sorry I'll ever hundreds. I don't really have hundreds. It's just like the pompous Papas ask thing to say. What have we boiled eggs? Eat the eggs from the context idea list. Just eat the eggs from the context and that's our breakfast okay all right. We're now calling off. We're calling off the ED content because we're we're hungry for breakfast. I wish we were having a toast contest on task of Ellis Park. Please welcome to the room are chicken. It's time for Greg t edgar the what the F. is that I can't speak into a microphone. Can we take this live to instagram because people need to see this L. strange show at Elvis Duran show on instagram. You can and see what we're looking at now what I'm here for the egg. I'M GONNA contest. There's no it's it's called egg roulette yeah and the exit we want is your exit out of the room. Find this costume. I need to be inspired when we do things. I can't just like do something. Durant showed up being held on first of all your plume of feathers yes. That's very expensive of something from my office. I know but I need it for the cost. If you break I will not if you break that you'll no longer be employed by Iheartmedia at any of our station. That's completely -pletely company. I promise Bulls Yeah. They're out no they're not. It's not diaper diaper. He's got depends actually have an accident like two seconds ago. We got serious I can. I just start overplayed music. It's now time to play Egg Roulette starring CL- starring XY the exit stricken chicken chicken now in order to look chicken. Greg T has is wearing a white blanket. He's wearing my expensive plume of white feathers it break it you buy it and he's wearing a white construction helmet with some sort of white cloth over and I'm here to play Roulette. Yes all right. We need to take the hat off on your head. Okay all right so this involves twelve listeners okayed. Someone needs to write down their name. Okay well hold on Hazak. Check your on egg number. One Okay Yeah congratulations. Now we have another Zach Zach from Cleveland your egg number two okay all right. Welcome to the show man good to have you here. Hold on Okay Kimberley. You are F number three. Oh yes I love congratulations. Nations egg number three remember that number Kimberly Okay and let's see is this Kirstin it is you are egg number four I. I know it's a good lucky number for eggs Kathy. You were at number five thank you. I love you guy. We love you to hold on. I six more to go. This is Joanne egg number six good luck up. Your egg wins thank you that was what I was hoping for. Oh now if you want to get in online with Kirstin in trade out that's up to be involved in trades. Britney your number seven lucky winner winner chicken dinner. Hold on okay so you can hear we have many contests and Stephanie Stephanie. Hello Hello Hello. I'm exile Stephanie. Yes each Stephanie your egg number eight hope. She doesn't win because you can. You get down in colleen your egg number nine yeah. Thank you guys very welcome. Hold on all right. Let's go down to a Paulo. That one pilot is right here. Hi Paolo your egg number ten Ken perfect. Thank you on her birds in the background. Are you calling from a bird sanctuary of some sort. I'm not I wish I was. I'm sitting outside of my I work building. Oh Jim calling from an airplane Janney or your egg number eleven Jim. I feel lucky for you to hold on. Maybe and then finally Egge number twelve is Caitlin. Hi Caitlyn egg number twelve. It's all yours okay great. Thank you now now. We take the doesn't egg. There's each is numbered. One of them is raw. Eleven of them are hard boiled. The one that's raw drips all over exton head yes risk. That's the winner and what does the winter scary. It's a good look at tight fitting. Elvis durante share all your kitten giveaway else many cooper something so we're gonna find something cruisers all right so who's in charge of hitting the egg on great tease head. I'm just I'm not. I'm not the hitter I can tell you what Danielle you ain't GonNa take all right. Don't get egg on you okay. Mom always used to say all right so okay this egg number one right. I know you're on hold on this egg number one number. She gets even Louis playing for okay. I remember when Zach from Binghamton all right. Let's see if if this is the raw egg right now and it's all that's not no no it's not it's not it's not. I trust me. hard-boiled egg number two is Zack from Cleveland. Let's see visually raw or hard boiled eggs. It's hard boiled. Sorry Ariz Act from Cleveland. It's good for the scanner. Three as campus slowdown kimberly ign- three was hardboiled. Maybe Kirsten's egg number four. We'll be here. We go and it's soft boiled not early. What what is over easy to for me. That was the number four okay that was cooked. Cathy's number five. Let's see if this is the raw egg. It's not book egg number. Six is joint right on top of great. He's head Gandhi and it's okay all right and they smell egg. Britney's egg number seven. Let's see if this was the wrong and it's not change the spot sir. You're hurting all right number. Eight is for Stephanie. Let's see if that's the raw and right on his bald head here. We don't county the hit hard right which Stephanie Reassure Congratulations Stephanie Okay Stephanie Okay Steph Stephanie. He's the one that didn't say anything. Stephanie were right here. You your egg one congratulations the name we'll get anything. You know what what's your name because you're winning. No matter what my name America see how they can make an innocent mistake Stephanie and Eric Elvis Duran Shirt you just won the La- Venza Alderman programmable multi cooker from our friends at along are designed with more compact footprint this all in one slow cooker steamed gene food browns and sautes even cooks rice to tender perfection. It even hard boiled eggs. I'm sure prepare meals on your own schedule at the touch of a button thanks to a programmable twenty hour our timer and keep warm feature. Let's hear it for Erica. Thank shirt for me. Eh GonNa ruin it. All thank you for listening. That was excellent. I just woke up and realized what we do for a living Greg how you doing with the egg. Oh it's awesome. We love the XC how good times it was a lot of fun. It is it staying when it gets in your it will pick up a hitting the same part of my head so that was like getting pounded on that wasn't fun but then they moved it and then you know now splatters my eyes rose. Aren't you know but it is what it is whatever it takes a good attitude whatever it takes yolks on you. Yes joke folks on. Thank you greg t every now. Okay you know radio has been really rough to you the past quarter of a century. I know but you know it here. You're a grown man standing here underwear but that's so much fun now being hit on your head with eggs yeah well well well. We love to all right walk out in front of the interns in your underwear is show Biz on. He's wearing his depends. That underwear did look very absorb. There you go we have sound with Garrett coming up that time clocks going to be this is going to be about eight minutes. Oh we got eight minutes so we have plenty Stephanie's calling. She wants her ebbed back. I don't know what happened. We got to figure that out. Okay Yeah sometimes live radio we have we have awful legal problems anyway. We'll get into the annual report. I sound with Garrett Garrett. I smell a gigs is bad it does it smells like someone just it smells. It smells like a hot far yeah all over my hands all right Let's start with this so the Philadelphia Eagles lost to the Detroit lions on on Sunday now follow along Nelson Aguilar dropped a dropped a pass and they had a fumble in the first half of the game then had two touchdowns Sunday night eagles. Still Lost Okay Fox twenty nine. Philadelphia was talking to former firefighter. Hakim laws on Monday night as he was saving people from a burning building in West Philadelphia and he had this to say oh co workers put the ladder off off the truck. Raise it up and assistant people down man just about throwing babies out the window. We was catching unlike Aguilar and his mishaps. I like to put that out there. He saved all those babies alive so who's going to get mad at not Nelson Nelson Algal or even when a one step further and said you know what thank you for being a hero. Ono Invite you and your family to the next Eagles game on me so let's hear for our hero so young babies. Kim Kim laws all right. Let's move on to this so a woman was trying to catch her dog that got loose in a petting zoo in Louisiana and the woman ended up somehow in a camel Komo penn where a camel was camel got scared sat on the woman. Women had to do something to get the camera off of her yeah. Listen it's time for a learning moment. How do you fend and defend yourself with a camel sitting on top portion on the camel and pushing and pushing them sweating them with the hat and camels naturally GONNA set down well. When he sat down she was underneath. I might feel kind of funny saying on TV but she actually truly did him in his private area. That's about as Nice as Kaput as she bit the camels testicles gone up that worst thing can will tell oh you think it's related all right up next. I'm a camel sits on your gun. You what do you do. That's right. What do you do then you. They get off of the camel. I've yet that holds true to any animal that sits on you ever chicken. A woman Encana Panos Guy in Canada called nine one one because he went to go get a chicken sandwich wasn't to his liking. So what do you do you call nine one idiot mind. Do you need police fire silence. Hi Sorry please please. I ordered a chicken sandwich and basically the owner. I told him right before I ordered a can't Natal's 'cause I'm allergic. At that time I was like okay. You know let's did happen last week where order something that was just built and I got tomatoes and I told him I penny tomatoes okay so this. This has nothing to do with the police so much less than nine nine one one. Please don't call nine one one in the future for Fried Chicken Murphy OPS okay. Oh God I love windows and adult talks to another adult like child. Please don't own ever call nine one one so serious about it. No no tomatoes place all right. Let's go to Katy L. A. News. They were talking to actor Terrence Howard on Sunday tonight at the EMMYS and he's getting a star on the walk of fame. Just like you have elvis good. He's getting it this week and they asked him hey. How do you feel well. Let me put it this way. All all energy in the universe is expressed in motion motion is expressed in ways. All waves are curved. So where does the straight lines come from to make tonic silence there Arnaud Straight Lines on Tuesday when I received my star. I'm going to be able to prove that. Gravity is only effect and not a force. I'm putting something on on Youtube. I will feel the planet Saturn without gravity and build the Milky Way Galaxy without gravity exactly what happened to me that day exactly exactly what happened really gravity no proved. It was just a theory just a theory. We all seem a little dumber all happened right there on the Hollywood walk of fame. I totally followed terrence. Howard gets that star today so we'll see that youtube video this afternoon good for terrence Howard good for us. I love entertaining entertaining answer to a question today. We did your good American fire. Yes back tonight tower. Thank you Garrett your good American Daniel. What are you GonNa all right. Well Genital Perera's as she and her boyfriend. Steve are expecting their first child. You know she already shares the six year old daughter with channing tatum so congratulations. They all have a child with channing last. I checked one of mine belong to him. People so Charlie the sad that F. Takashi six nine gets it's out and is able to make another record. He will produce it for free pretty interesting and our question is if they put him into protective custody how will to cut sheet. She six nine blended with the tax and the haircut yesalis country he really he asked me. There's no other way he'll be just fine all right so over. Just got got over a bad case of pneumonia. Her lung specialists was so concerned that when she got better he was overly excited and said that listen pneumonia ammonia not something to mess around with. You really need to know all of the different the different signs thank you so you need to make sure because it's not something to mess around with There's a dozen marvel marvel superheroes in a fantasy football league. It's the actual celebrities that play the superheroes. They're doing it for charity. So we're in week three right now and let me just tell you who's undefeated. Chris Hemsworth Chris Pratt and Ryan Reynolds my gosh match and having all three of those in one room home okay moving on wow things about it. Are you in your sexual Chris Chris and Ryan to think so art Cyrus on Iheartradio Music Festival in Vegas so her security noticed this guy in the audience who has been stalking walking her. He's actually on the watchlist for her. He has been threatening her. He said it's his life mission to impregnate Miley Cyrus so they they saw the guy and they obviously got him arrested. Security came in this guy said not only does he want to get her pregnant but he wants to raise Michael Jackson and prince from the debt and then they're all gonna Party to get you know another reason why you should never miss out on the iheartradio music festival what happens in the audience so crazy conversation between that guy and terrence. Howard ill yeah it was funny says she didn't even know who Blake Shelton was until the voice. She said she didn't know he was a human on the planet. She had us at the same time. You didn't know who was just like once the funding so crazy tonight. I know some people are going to go see the joker with Joaquin Phoenix and they're very excited about that well. He was on the road promoting the movie the Joker and during one of the interviews it was suggested that the joker could inspire exactly the kind of people. It's it's about with potentially tragic results. He didn't like the question. Joaquin got up in the middle of the interview and walked out. It took a lot for him to get back into the interview an hour later. They talked to talk them. He didn't like that question and by the way he walks out a lot. Apparently during filming he would get up in the middle of the scene and not like the way it was going to walk out of the room for a while so he should. Why are you going to take a little love. The joker should be like a positive influence. It's just it's so strange to me that there's always problems on the sets of the joker movies. It's so dark that I really feel like it. Affects people and crazy ways really tonight on television. I told you you already have this is us. It's back empire is back and say yes the resident and the voice part two of the blind auditions might men my Mandel. What Mandel Dell Dell sister. Thank you my Danielle. 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I went onto facebook for the first time in over year. Maybe I don't get it. It's a a whole new facebook. It's not the same facebook I left okay because there's facebook that chatter what's it called facebook and I said yeah okay. I used to use that but it was different so we don't facebook last night to try to do some investigating as I told you earlier right and I don't understand it. I I now need because this is why you have kids. I guess yeah to teach you how to use facebook and I am a masterpiece instagram. I'm a master with anything everything except facebook I totally let let it go and it it evolved and I didn't now my kids laugh at facebook okay in school like they have in my son's high school. You have to have a facebook and on the twitter as well as all the other stuff right that they used in the goats really yeah. I mean no offense against facebook and I still from what like gathered. It's due to the people who use it still love it. Okay I don't use. I don't use facebook anymore. It's good for businesses and stuff like that to get the word out there for things stuff like that. I don't think I think it's asking a lot for kids to have to have a facebook because it takes so much of your information and then it just sends it out to everybody. Terrible frog attacked by my mom. She'll he'll say I posted a picture of your facebook. Did it even like it like I don't use facebook. I don't ever go on. Can you at least go on there and like the picture that I posted w so what I felt and as your mom has felt in the past frogging got mad at her tried to tell her how to use facebook and you shouldn't you should be patient last night. I unfortunately it. It was one thirty in the morning. I couldn't wake up someone. I don't under- I don't understand it. What are these things do totally. I've been left in the dust by facebook. I think you'll okay you. Don't need it. Okay good. I'm in good what's so the the mobile version of facebook is is a little easier when I went on the desktop. A couple of weeks ago top at the computer happen coming into the computer controlling what the hell happened. I've been here five years. You can't even you can't navigate it. It's it's impossible. It's so weird to me. I can't imagine being on social media on a computer yeah to me. That's the two aren't the same okay Gotcha. You know. I got excited. I was in the car with my husband and he posted something for work on facebook on his phone and I had my phone and I said Okay let me look at what you posted and then I hit like a little smiley face and I guess Smiley face turns into a little bubble and it floated it floats up on my watch watch this space blown-up from by phone and then it looked like it floated over to his phone 'cause like liked his pictures like your drinking Tequila. It was very cool this. We're like alien. I know but facebook we used to be. The most comfortable with that was how many years ago was that instagram easiest easiest thing and then snapchat apparently nowadays the kids. Don't eat my my son. They don't they don't like talk via text messages yeah. They just talk via snapchat. I was like oh where's your conversation here. He goes no object and then. We have a lot of friends who don't live in the state so we what's apple lot yeah so we what's at Vienna Free Yeah and it's it's like we're all over the place anyway so anyway so facebook. It's foreign to me now. I'm a grandfather I don't understand. I'll use me to help walk Augie through. I don't WANNA use facebook. I just needed to investigate someone who was in my dreams in various by the way at this time tomorrow I do believe a crews will be given away right here on our show and I bet it has something to do with our family. At Norwegian Oh and they have a new ship. Am I able to enter no now. You can enter the ship if you buy a ticket. Actually you're you're. You're a godparent. You can go in tomorrow at this time a cruise bruce thanks to MTO. Make sure you're listening so let's talk about the big story that actually has a lot of people on the left a lot of people in the right going hate it love it whatever but the story story of Little Greta Tonsberg she gave a speech on climate the climate summit at the UN here New York yesterday it has is everyone talking. A lot of people are so so so so into her message and a lot of people are so so against her message. Somebody were even calling her mentally. Ill which I thought was very rude. Quite a leap at the same time a lot of politicians. A lot of world leaders knew her speech was going to be and they were prepared to come on after her speech to say well. Here's what we're GONNA do. In response to what you said Little Greta Greta actually had some pretty powerful words she was saying people are suffering. People are dying ecosystems are collapsing and we're all at the beginning of mass extinction which I know people have different thoughts on that but if you believe what a lot of things are saying she's right you can see some of the simple simple signs when you Zi Hao glaciers are melting and this and that and it it's you can see signs everywhere what you believe in what scientific backup you need for that okay here's what she had to say very passionate at the UN here in New York yesterday are failing us but the young people are starting to understand your betrayal will the eyes of all future generations are upon you and if you choose to fail us. I say we will never forgive you here. You go so that's what a lot of people are talking about today. What I find interesting is whether you side with her or not. Got To see a young a young lady stand up in front of the most powerful arguably some of those power of powerful people in the world and to seem to be impassioned at the same time very together very collected very focused. I thought that was pretty cool. If I stood in front of you and I would crap my pants for a little bit eat my burgers I would eat my book in front of the world's leader really weird way to handle the translator of top going to the the Iranian translator Mister Trans now eating his burgers nervous off the podium anyway but you listen to what she says and whether you believe in one hundred percent son or not you have to admit that there are so many signs out there that things are going in the right door. The climate has changed. I mean really there. Are Things not right. You know I think just the fact that sometimes you don't know what to wear outside when it's supposed to be like forty degrees but it turns out to be eighty degrees stories. You know something that's not right. That's something not going right even look at the Animal Kingdom and how they're dealing with things right now. The polar bears are coming into the cities because they're isis melting. There's so much to learn about it and if you don't know a lot about it I I've always I'm always looking for new ways to learn about climate change. What what people are saying about yes or no. I want want to hear both sides. I want to hear both arguments. I don't want to hear just one side and agree with it. That's me I need to hear proof from both sides and at the same time you know knowing the difference difference between climate and weather you know also watching the signs that are being shown us every day around the around the world and then you have some people saying well. This can be explained playing this way and this way. I want to see both sides. Sometimes people get mad at me for saying that people were people get Mammal. How dare you want to see 'em ticked at you right now no problem with how can you get mad at somebody for wanting to learn no both sides before making a decision. That's pretty stupid. I tell you why because I'm not agreeing with their side immediately. That's you know now look. I know how I feel about it. I'll tell you tell you I think we definitely have some climate problems on this planet of ours but I still want to learn more and there's nothing wrong with being more curious because because either it will bolster the way I feel it will make me wanting to know more go to Alaska. You will learn a lot and things are happening. They're saying the ash should not be happening all around the world anyway so hats off to a Greta Timberg who got up there and made a speech and you know I hope ah if she hears the she here's the the chorus of people who are disagreeing with her and saying really mean nasty things about her who can't hope she can just keep moving forward and not give up and with that said we take a break. Have the picketers started lighting outside our building all right all right Elvis Duran Dan. You're a dumb ass show well. How did he do? I promise you tomorrow morning. If you're turning on at this time you will have missed a cruise on Norwegian cruise tomorrow morning. I always know I it's it's pretty simple when anyone from our favorite cruise line our family. Norwegian anyone visits including Andy Stewart of course the president and the Lord God yeah you know when he shows up. It's guaranteed cruise day of course and he will be here now. I see him scheduled easier. Tomorrow About Twenty minutes ago carries cruises in his it's pucks he. Does we steal. They just fall out of his when he walks around. Can you imagine that a ship in your pants a happy to see me Edward. Tomorrow morning another cruise. It's happening a free trip phone tap. Tomorrow's GonNa be a busy day into the three things you need to know. Gandhi what are they delta. Airlines says that they will will not waver on the ban prohibiting pit bulls to be used as service dogs. They say they understand that. Some people are going to try to say that but safety is our first concern and I know people activists are GONNA lose lose it over this but they say they have to be careful of other people on the plane and that's that they're not going to compromise. Antonio Brown's going back to school now that his. NFL career is over. I can't Dan based on some of those. He probably needs to go back to school but he says that he's finished with the NFL and today also he's going to be a Miami because he has another lawsuit going on has nothing to do with the sexual assault. Apparently he damaged a condo and he's getting sued for ten million. Dutch sometimes might be done with him. Sometimes people damage condos. Oh it happens to the tune of ten million dollars. I'm not really sure but okay and finally it's national voter registration day. This is the seventh year of the event because millions of people find out every time they go to vote that hoops you couldn't do it. You missed the deadline. You didn't update your registration or you. Just weren't sure how you could register yeah. If you can't get out and register today you can also go to I will vote dot com and register their don't let it get away from you. It's very important no address again. I will vote dot com it. Hey guys bedtime is sometimes a battle for both you and your kids for instance my daughter. Ella she struggles sometimes to fall asleep while fortunately TRICIA. I have now discovered vicks. Purity's kids Melatonin Gumy's to help her fall asleep. Naturally Find Pure Z's kids in stores everywhere phone Elvis durant phone tap Garrett. Yes Garrett. You're a good American. I appreciate that. What are you doing today. So this is what we call a reverse phone. Tatnauer now started off with Bela emailing us in submitting an idea saying hey wanna play phone tap on my dad Dan about our family dog. I said that's cute but let me call up up dad behind her back and say hey. You'RE GONNA WANNA play phone tap on you. I think it'd be funny. If we really phone tap your daughter Bella that's going to happen. We're going to start to call the Dan. We're GONNA play along. He's GonNa play along and then all hell breaks. This is awful. This past Willie's a bad idea. This is todd. I have your dog duty drugs well. Your dog showed up at my business this morning when I pulled into work and it's been hanging out with us at kidding. Janet doing left the gate open again all right. Where are you. What's what's business. I work over laces on ears tonight. I know where that is great. You're familiar with it young tonight. I could check the schedule Joel. I'm not very sure about the girl schedule but all the chicks pay anyone sabre. I'm stuck at work now okay but UH. I'm looking to get out tonight anyway. So can you hold the dog tonight and I'll come by and you don't get elaborate. They're scared me to stop hello. There's somebody else on the line. We need just office right now doing that. Stop talking opening up. What are you doing on the phone. Hang Up. We'll talk later della. Just let we know if I could be of any help right. Dan Hung up on her you there. I think he kind of freaked her out a little. Let what is going to get worse. Yeah hold on hold on hold on. I need you to call in and record it on this end. Try to push buttons just a little the right. What's the matter with you. What is your disgusting. Why would you're going Strip club. What are you talking about talking about getting lack inches going on. Oh no no. You're literally just talked to you on the phone. I heard exactly what will you take a couple of years ago with them. Guide after working galling. I say a couple of times a week for a couple of years. Gosh Nine Ball. We watch the ball games and it's you know some other entertainment. It's not a big deal strip club club. A gentleman's Galvin's club gentleman go their mom. Does mom know you're Kinda funny thing uh-huh Credit Card statement a couple of months ago and I thought it'd be really pissed at me but she's actually kind of interesting. She goes with me sometimes. What no we saw the movie yeah. We're at the club lies right now in fact remember when I wanted to know if you wanted to come to church with us and you said no yeah we we didn't go to church. We're at Shukla. Oh my God how we're so happy the and love you don't hear this ability to Gary when you wanted to play the only tap on your dad. We actually played a phone tap on you Lincoln. She'll all that was not. I real now be let me go to cover. You can't either way show gross out right now. They have an idea for a phone tap dot. Com Click on the phone tap taff. Tell us what you want to do about in this whole tablets pre recorded with permission granted by sprints Elvis Duran phone tap on Elvis Duran and the morning show feeling good feeling great straighten it. You feeling good feel great eight Elvis feeling good. I'll feel awesome yeah Daniel. Yes you do okay good pile doing well as well brody how you feel all winning. Gandhi how you doing awful day. She always has to be the different one last. I felt like it was important. I was going to go to foggy but frog is not in his room sir. We try to go there and ask him questions like how you doing fair so weird scares little smidgen class. He was prepared in froggy skates curve at the same time. I think he's like no. I think he's like. He has a schedule all right regular. I'll tell you what this is. This is so like our show if you're not in the room we're GonNa talk about you know at the same time. I'm everyday tease in here. We can't talk so frog is not in the room. Let's all talk about so. Danielle's hypothesis is he's. He takes a Pooh on a schedule every time there is what about you Gandhi. Where do you think oh he's back. Only we're trying to guess where you go. Tell where I think think you're on a schedule and your regular and you take with this time every day. Did this is not the normal time but today it happened at this time. Okay all right. I had to wait for a do you out saying he wasn't prepared. What you had to stand in line I had to. We know there was no line but that was the first lines wait for a stall so I waited and waited patiently outside outside the door. I don't like to wait in the bathroom so when you sat down the seat was already warm. Oh who is we have something else. I cannot sit in. I don't care if it's at the airport airport or the library at the library. I can't sit in someone else's but heat. It's it's weird because there's energy. There and I'm don't laugh at me. There is is energy in that heat. You are absolutely right whenever I get onto the subway or the pass train and I sit down and warm get up Greg. Come here okay. I've been sitting on this chair for somebody but on this chair okay cinema chair. You're gonNA feel my buddy now. Do you feel very interesting. Actually I do yes. Three by fives is not it's heat energy be positive or negative how he likes it house my but energy right now very nice little tiny but you don't have a very big but because the you know the see the dent that you made it. I think mine's bigger it's overlapping your debt. We have more spray. Ask so we're all right. Get your ass the literally literally so yeah so you sit down in someone else's energy. You just hope they have positive energy. They've left behind. They don't have to absorb it and then you have to deal with your stage your but like mother Earth we have time for just a few headlines from Danielle all right. Their gender doin is pregnant. She is expecting her first child with her boyfriend. Steve's Steve and you know she. It has a baby already are a six year old daughter with her exit channing tatum so congratulations there so last night seasons seventeen of the voice premiered and it was really weird because is Adam Levine is gone. It was very weird to see them without Adam. This is the first time Adam hasn't been there. So of course Blake Shelton had to poke fun at him and Kelly Clarkson did something but she's sitting in Adam seat and he's like it's not hurtful. She's an Adams old chair. It makes possessed yeah. That'll do those things when you were an atom so sort of still there today. God is still energy exactly Ashley Hall the announcement New Tour Dates Truth Hurts by Liz. Oh number one in the country still and we're wondering can Takashi six nine disappear into into the witness protection program with those TAT's and that colorful hair off thank you Danielle Elvis Duran audible audiobooks totally transformed the way I enjoy books. It's a total game changer. There's a huge selection audio books or something I can dive into on the go. I want you to try it. Your first audiobook is free at audible dot com slash. Elvis hi there. I'm Josh Clark Co host of stuff you should know and also the creator of the end of the world with Josh Clark. 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It Happened in Florida Round 2 05-26-2020

Woody & Wilcox

00:00 sec | 5 months ago

It Happened in Florida Round 2 05-26-2020

"Would. He will show, so we've got this round of. It happened in Florida, and you can get to compete at eight four four four ww show. Cool beans is waiting for your call. What do you share three stories? All of them are true. One of them happened in the sunshine state, and by the way somebody asked us the other day. What are you GonNa? Do when you go on the radio in Florida. I mean you can't do. It happened in Florida First of all this is a tribute to Florida. This is not a negative salute. Have you seen how consistent Florida is? That's not easy I. don't care what you're trying to do so. Like what you're doing, Florida keep it up. Eight, four four four. WW. Show what he has story number. One story number one is about a dude who loves himself some. dbq The dairy Queen Right. and he doesn't own a car. This presents a problem, because like a lot of restaurants are not fully open yet, but the q they for drive through so Dudin Story Number One decides. He's going to ride his bike. Through the drive thru. You probably have heard stories like this before they tell him. Hey I'm sorry you can't. Use Your bike in the drive through, and he probably went. Okay, I didn't hear that. Come on. This is happened in Florida. He sat there for hours backing up cars in the dairy queen drive. Because he was protesting them, not allowing him to purchase something via his bicycle I wouldn't just give him a blizzard and let everybody move along. You said hours. What did you really mean our? According to police logs hours went by while he was on his bicycle, blocking the drive thru line. We're going to fix this before a couple hours or up. Salih, at eight, pm, he was he left. The drive through line and then tried to use his bike as a battering Ram to get into the store. Icicle a bicycle Chelsea, yes. I mean there are no circumstances in my witnessing that and just sitting there for two hours, cops finally showed up. The unruly cyclist was removed from property. Something's not working right. there. Star number two initially. You think well. Why would you do this? Isn't it happened in Florida story, but bear with me. It's the story of a man who got into an accident in his minivan. Minivan rolled over on its roof, hit a telephone pole and split into. Now, that doesn't seem fun or light hearted. What's interesting is he was injured, but not from the accident. Anybody want to guess what happened. I realized this isn't easy. Slipped on a banana peel getting out of the rest of the trip over something I mean. You're kind of on the right path This dude works at an auto body shop and had taken the car from the shop. It wasn't his. This was six thirty in the morning when he racked, he was fine from the rack, but he got up and tried to flee the scene, and immediately ran into a barbed wire fence. I. Don't mean try to climate and got injured on top of it which I think we would all have happened if we tried to do the same, he apparently didn't see it. Just just imagine in your mind's eye just running straight into the fence. He was probably a little shaken up from that accident. And, it was six thirty in the morning, so could've still been dark. I guess theoretically, but he had stolen the car as well so I mean I'm not sure how much leeway to give him. Was it in Florida where a dude rolled van split it open on a telephone pole, but only got injured when he ran into the barbed wire fence, trying to run away from his stolen. Stolen, Van, what he has the third and final. It is a law here in these United States of America that police departments law enforcement not allowed to go on social media at all. Ever. That's not true. They can't look at your profile. They can't see you so if you have multiple warrants out for your arrest for gun charges and drug charges. That's the best time to. To Go facebook live of you trying to rent a jet Ski. No, that's what the Dude in story number three did oddly enough you're you're right. Wilcox Chelsea Law Enforcement Keihin. See sometimes your profile, and if you do a facebook, live of a lengthy exchange of you renting Jetski and I know I wish all my friends whenever they rent stuff. They would take us through that process. Process, right who wouldn't enjoy seeing that on facebook live the twenty five year old. All those got onto the jet ski by the time law enforcement showed up. He was arrested drugs in his car, including marijuana null, and an unknown substance was it in Florida where he called the cops on himself by going facebook live Ringo, all three stories happen which one went down in Florida. I gotta be see you're. GonNa go see. Ringo. Daytona Beach Florida's where that one went down. What you've never heard of banding. Bring up before I. Mean I've heard one man named Branko Yeah. Heard of a bunch of men take. It the nickname for Richard so it works pretty well. Options for nicknames. Yeah, they're quite a few. Me Dick. Dies behind your back. Interesting What do you want to I assume this was all a ruse. Just so you could do your Beatles impression. I cool. Beans picked Ringo I didn't pick anybody okay. Eight four four four WW show. Unitel. We get. All Pales in comparison to a man named bring. The man who wrecked the mini van and then only got injured after running into a barbed wire fence new. York is where that went and saw number. One Waukesha Wisconsin is where they love their dairy queen. And if you ride a bike, you may clog up the drive through four hours before trying to Ram your bike into the establishment to file a formal complaint. Wilcox!

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Coronavirus news, updates, hotspots and information for 09-08-2020

Coronavirus 411

00:00 sec | Last month

Coronavirus news, updates, hotspots and information for 09-08-2020

"This is corona virus four, one, the latest COVID, Nineteen Info and new hotspots just the facts for September eighth twenty twenty. Beaches across the United? States. Drew major crowds over Labor Day weekend. Daytona Beach Florida went ahead with its popular Daytona truck meet numerous parking lots for San Diego orange and Los Angeles county beaches and California closed after they've filled to capacity at the Jersey shore beats staffing has been extended into September. In New York, the infection rate there has been below one percent four, thirty straight days. Governor Andrew. Cuomo is encouraging residents to continue with masks wearing and social distancing. New York has seen all its region interface four of reopening. Bruce. Williamson, the lead singer of the temptations died from Corona virus, Sunday night at his home in Vegas at the age of forty nine, he was temptation from two, thousand, six to twenty fifteen England's deputy chief medical officer has said the rise in cases in the UK is of great concern and people especially, young people had relaxed too much over the summer. India has become the world's second worst hit country behind the United States it has with increasing urgency been trying to head off economic disaster from the pandemic India's Health Ministry also reported a total of seventy, one, thousand, six, hundred, forty, two deaths the third highest cumulative national toll. The Games will go on in Tokyo the vice president of the International Olympic. Committee. said the two thousand twenty Tokyo Olympics will be quote the Games that conquered covid the games were postponed in March. The first time that's happened outside of war the top ten counties with the highest number of recent cases per capita according to the New York Times Wayne Tennessee Chattahoochee Georgia, east Feliciana Louisiana Livingston Missouri Will See Texas Lincoln Arkansas Radford Virginia Rosebud Montana Pony Kansas and Duval Texas countries with the most cases in the last seven days per capita Aruba Turks and Caicos silence Bahrain Israel Maldives Argentina Costa Rica Peru Brazil and Spain as Saint Martin drops out of the top ten. There have been six, million, three, hundred, thousand, four, hundred, thirty, two confirmed cases of Covid nineteen in the United States and one, hundred, eighty, nine, thousand, two, hundred, seven deaths the ten states with highest cumulative case counts California with seven, hundred, forty, one, thousand, seventy, one, Texas with six, hundred, fifty, nine, thousand, forty, one, Florida, six, hundred, forty, eight, thousand, two, hundred, sixty, nine, New York four, hundred, forty, thousand, twenty, one, Georgia two, hundred, eighty, three, thousand, eight, hundred, seven, Illinois, two, hundred, fifty, two. Thousand Eight. Hundred Eighty four Arizona two, hundred, five, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, four new, Jersey one hundred, ninety, four, thousand, three, hundred, ninety, North Carolina, one, hundred, seventy, seven, thousand, nine, hundred, nineteen, and Tennessee with one hundred, sixty, five, thousand, one, hundred, nine confirmed cases the five with the most new cases India seventy five thousand twenty two United States. Twenty five thousand three, hundred, twenty-five, Brazil ten, thousand, one, hundred, Eighty, eight, Argentina nine, thousand, two, hundred, Fifteen and Columbia five, thousand, three, hundred, twenty, seven. The top ten countries with highest overall cumulative case counts the United States. India moves into second Brazil, Russia Peru Columbia South Africa, Mexico Spain, and Argentina. The states with the most new deaths reported s covid related Texas forty two. California Thirty Three New Jersey Twenty two South Carolina Twenty New York Nineteen Pennsylvania, eighteen, Florida and Ohio. Seventeen. Arkansas Fourteen and Louisiana twelve for the latest updates subscribe for free to corona virus four one one on your podcast APP or ask Your Smart Speaker to play the corona virus four one, one podcast sound. That brands.

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NPR News: 09-04-2019 8AM ET

NPR News Now

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

NPR News: 09-04-2019 8AM ET

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply live from n._p._r. News in washington. I'm korva. Coleman hurricane doreen continues to crawl north along florida's east coast. It's about one hundred miles east of daytona beach with top sustained winds of one hundred five miles per hour. That's weaker than a few days ago. When dorian blasted the bahamas with top sustained winds of one hundred eighty five miles wiles per hour at least seven people have been killed and officials warn that toll is going to rise bohemian prime minister hubert minutes is describing total devastation on the island of avoca which took the brunt of the hurricane arbuckle is underwater. The run be is completely flooded around the airport now. Let's like league in the u._s. Hurricane warnings are posted from florida's central atlantic coast up to north carolina allina. Meanwhile south carolina is bracing for a dangerous storm surge city officials in charleston say the surge will be fueled by high tides and heavy rain lean south carolina public radio's victoria hanson reports. This could be deadly for locals who have yet to evacuate. Authorities are urging people to seek higher ground out now before roads are closed because of flooding officials are expecting a more than ten foot rise in the city's harbor over the next two days. That's why they're bringing in search and rescue bouts charleston's mayor john tech lemberg is pleading with people to leave. You know you flood anything less than ten point three feet of come on. It's i relocate that many people are hurricane weary. The area has been ordered to evacuate three times as many years both hurricanes. Matthew and irma brought. What storm surges that breach historic cities battery wall for n._p._r. News on victoria hanson in charleston memorials and vigils are planned for victims of the deadly boat fire off the coast of southern california. Many passengers were part of a charter trip. N._p._r.'s kirk siegler reports dozens are believed to be dead. Many of the victims were experienced. Divers from the santa cruz area and had made frequent trips exploring the wild coast of the channel islands. There were young and old on the boat and santa barbara county sheriff. Bill brown says their families and loved ones are at a complete loss. Families were were together friends people who had dive together before people. Who are you know dive instructors with their students. You know for it to end in such a tragic way is it's devastating. People are leaving flowers and paying respects specs here at a makeshift memorial at the docks where the conception boat left other former memorials are planned throughout the region kirk siegler n._p._r. News santa barbara congressional the democrats are outraged. President trump is shifting billions of dollars from military projects to spend on building a southern border wall. The pentagon is moving about three the point six billion dollars in military funding over to southern border projects. You're listening to n._p._r. News from washington federal safety investigators are expected to issue a final report today on the crash of a tesla vehicle in southern california as n._p._r.'s giles snyder reports reports. It's among other crashes involving tesla's driver assistance system. The national transportation safety board has confirmed that tesla autopilot system was engaged aged when the vehicle rear ended a fire truck near los angeles. The crash happened more than a year and a half ago in january two thousand eighteen and n._t._s._b. Report says a vehicle in front of the tesla change lanes just before the crash and the tesla driver never saw the fire truck in front of him. No one was hurt but while the n._t._s._b. Says the driver did not have have a hands on the steering wheel at the time of the crash. It has not yet given a probable cause. Tesla autopilot has been involved in other crashes including two fatalities in florida. The and one in silicon valley tesla says the system is not fully autonomous and advises drivers to be ready to intervene trial snyder n._p._r. News washington hong hong kong's chief executive says she is withdrawn controversial legislation from consideration carrie. Lam had resisted calls from pro democracy protesters in hong on kong to take the step it would have allowed suspects in hong kong to be transferred to mainland china to stand trial kingdom prime minister boris johnson is warning he he may call snap elections u._k. Lawmakers have opposed his effort to pull the country out of the european union without an economic plan in place. Johnson is warning that if u._k. Lawmakers don't back him today. He'll seek new elections. It's an effort to bolster support in the country's parliament. I'm korva coleman n._p._r. News.

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How Do I Feel Strategy Sessions

The Daily Boost

09:03 min | 2 years ago

How Do I Feel Strategy Sessions

"Probably monday. Weekend, the smallest things in life. The simplest things such privilege at little things came over the I was Sawyer in the next ally. This is my grandkids. I spent two two days with us this weekend. How cool is that such great to have him around which the next great privilege when they laugh? Yeah, within five minutes nanna g paw the dog and a cat. The fish. Everybody's sound asleep. Skew Guzm energy is the daily boost from motivation dot com. It's the positives gene every single day since two thousand six longtime ago. Twelfth season. We've been helping folks to get what they want. That's what it's all about. Keep you focused understanding that nothing really happens without motivation, but motivation sometimes hard to get and the way you get it and I find it to be instantaneous. I just got a good idea. Boom, I motivated, but you know, have a problem with that. So what we try to do here is create the ideas, create the clarity in your minds. That's a good idea. I want to do that that will get you motivated that we'll get you cited emplo automatically. The click happens and you become unstoppable. So that's trying to every single day around here. And I think we do pretty gushed on good job of it. My name is Scott Smith. The founder, Andy chief motivating officer here at motivation, move dot com. Happy to have you here today before it started if you happen to live in San Francisco or Berkeley, and you happy happy to know this guy named Austin Hastings. Now, that's my son. He goes by his middle name is mom's maiden name and he works at expedient. He's a vice president mucketty market Expedia doing. I don't know. I don't know what he does. He's he's ever really told me. I think it's, I think it's cloaked and it's something. In. He doesn't want to know how much money is making, but he's doing really well. So if you know Austin Hastings and you see him today, why are you say, hey, Dave is talking about today. He said, happy birthday. What are the chances that somebody in San Francisco might be listening to a podcast and then no, my son about a hundred percent. Somebody will for sure. So Heff with that. Okay. Next thing is we have a question I ask every single Monday, and that is, have you done your homework. Did you sit down and just essentially say, how's my life going? If it's going great, fantastic sleep by the different areas of your life. Think about your home life, your work life every every area and just just desks visit. Okay. Am I getting what I want? And if so, make sure you may know how to keep it that way. You don't lose it and if not, no problem, no, get freaked out about it. We just start making changes little change at a time. We can help you with that a lot around here. So do your homework and I would say do at least just a few minutes, maybe three to five minutes just at least a couple times a week. So you stay on track and very aware of how your life is going. You may have noticed that this podcast has been on itunes five days a week. Now, for what about two months? And you may have noticed that I have pulled off a bunch of sponsors and commercials. I've just kind of taken a pause right now, and I've been playing with format a little bit and having some good times to have a lot of new people come in. You probably also know that this podcast is not always on. I tunes five days a week. It's more like net flicks. It's more like it's private. It's a private group over motivation, move dot com. Usually were here on Mondays. Now the decision has not been made. Get to stay here five days a week at. I'm still kinda of pondering that one right now we'll see how things go. But if you could use a little extra help a little nudge every single day, if you'd like to go deep on the coaching shows that we like to do if you like join up in the coaching calls, get a text message from me, get an Email from me every day, just enough, not too much. It's just enough to keep you kind of moving the direction you want to go on. It's finally balanced. We've been doing this a long time. Go to motivation, move dot com. Take the seven-day trial. It costs you one dollar. You can cancel anytime. We're not going to yell. It did send us know yourself. We don't care or stick with us for a while. I think you'll feel the difference. We see it all the time and I'm happy to help you. So just go to motivation dot com. Take that trial and they get back with tummy to me how cool you're feeling. Okay, today it's going to be really, really awesome. I have not talked about this for a long time. I do with members often because they're always asking me about it, but you guys probably haven't heard about this. How do I feel strategy sessions now? Just bear with me a second. If you if you haven't done this kind of thing before because you don't Fridays always ask how I wanna feel and we just we're motions creatures. Right? So here's what happens. Almost everybody. Run into in terms of coaching. One of the inside do a lot of coaching, and frankly, most of what I end up doing his keeping people between the lines. That's it when they when the phone starts ringing and and they get on with me, we start talking. It's kinda like, well, what's going on this week? And I put them back between the lines. Well, you can do that yourself. And here's one of the ways I do it because we really can creek somewhat of preplanned response if you will. Now we do this in her life all the time. Anyway, we always know organ be saying, but you know, throughout the course of the month, maybe making a month, you know, there's all kinds of little surprises that are lurking around corners and they pop up on us really well. It didn't see that coming. Well, you probably did. So how do I feel strategy session is pretty simple about this is where you get to let make sure everybody's out of the house or out of the office. Everybody's going away and you. In other words, you don't get embarrassed and somebody walks in sees you talking to yourself and let's say exactly how I do it about once a month. I just take a few minutes and just review everything I can possibly think of. It could be jobs. It could be trips. It could be family vents. Everything could be somebody. Gonna meet at a party could be just anything. Maybe I'm gonna buy a something and I'm going to go. She ate. I'm going to go through every possible scenario that I can think of it. It doesn't take very long to come up with them. Most of us are not that busy, and then I'm going to look at it from every angle out. I'm going to check out the how could this go. I mean, if I'm gonna have a conversation with a with a with a boss, for instance, there's a couple of ways it can go. And so I just kind of think about all those angles, what happens if he says this and what happens if I feel this way, do I really wanna stay any way or do I really want the raise? What's not just worked the different angles and very freeform kind of session. I gotta tell you within about just a minute. Usually you kind of talk through every scenario that could possibly happen, then all you have to do is make note of it. That's it. So once a month, just review all these events that you have going on your life and really take a minute by yourself to do it and just think, okay, if this happens, what am I gonna do this every single angle. You will have this huge benefit huge advantage now because you've you've already thought it through. Fact, if you're really smart, you would've thought through, well, how do I make this go in my favor? If you want the super-duper advance version, you say, how do I make a go in my favorite and their favor, a win win? If you will. Then when you do next well, will use go about your day. You stick to your plan. That's all you have to do. You're in control. You've already pre thought everything is no need to be surprised and just go about us plea free plan response is quite a bit. I remember when I was dating my wife and she. It's like I would just I would. I would have thought things through sometimes a couple weeks in advance. The best I could is predictable your dating, right things are gonna happen, right? So I got a pretty good idea and I would sit there and just wait, just wait for the opportunity because I've already thought it through and wait for the opportunity, and then it went unfold my master plan upon her and she knows I did this by the way she says, were you controlling me? I said, no, no, no. I was basically controlling me because you know what happens. You get in a situation, the emotion start flying and you haven't thought things through. So I would just do that. I'd do it before I go on a date with her. I literally would say, okay, house tonight. Gonna go. And I've worked through every angle of it, decide how I wanted her to feel that night and, and most importantly, what my outcome was going to be for the evening. Get your head out the gutter. Okay. One time she asked me, she said, Mr Smith, what are your plans and using my? How do I feel strategy session and my pre plan response, as you said. Why miss joy plans to date, you get you to fall. They love me marry me and spend the rest of your life with me and her jaw hit the ground. Guess what happened workout. Someday I'll tell you exactly how I asked her to marry me. I'll just say this had happened with a reggae band playing the electric slide on the dance for four the afternoon, happy hour in Daytona Beach of the ocean, Dak and I come back from taking a breather because I decided I was going to ask her. So I did. I did the electric slide little bit. I walked over and I sat down and asked her to marry me night a tie. I took a strong anti to ring finger best. I could do. Let's go to motivation, move dot com. Take that seven day trial. It's just a buck and come on inside and play with all the stuff. I have all the shows and get the text message and get the emails and show up on a coaching call this week and all the stuff we can really help nudge afford what's really going to be a fun time of the year because last year pretty quick and new year and all that stuff. So let's get it on motivation dot com. I'll see you there.

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50 Years of MRN

NASCAR Live

00:00 sec | 9 months ago

50 Years of MRN

"The following is a production of the motoracing network. The Voice of Nascar Voice of Nascar Voice of Nascar Voice of Nascar. Ask the voice of Nascar. The Voice of Nascar this is NPR in radio. The Voice of Nascar. This is fifty years of M. R. N. certainly his style and his disability on the air. The way he painted a picture earnhardt is using every anti racetrack and yes together. The EARNHARDT goes off in the grass. Bring the car back out of the feet way at keeps it in a straight line and hold onto believe unbelievable. Richard Petty Goes Back Right. They've been there in the wall penny sliding slamming in all from the shores of Daytona Beach. Florida here's your host. susie Armstrong welcome to Daytona Beach. Florida for a special edition of Nascar live fifty years of M. R. Iran presented by the motor racing network and parent company NASCAR. I'm Suzy Armstrong tonight. I've teamed up with longtime broadcast partner. Fred Armstrong to distract you. For one hour with our perspective on the story of NASCAR's radio network form near the shores of Daytona beach at Daytona International speedway. The motor racing network will launch. Its fiftieth NASCAR season. As the green flies over Daytona speedway presented by advent health culminating in in the sixty second running of the Daytona five hundred from humble beginnings to the modern era the archives allow us to relive some of the best past memories. Race calls funny moments and important milestones but first things first. Let's reset the clock fifty years and take a look back with Fred back. The concept of racing on radio wasn't new in the late sixties but NASCAR coverage was scattered Finan divided among a loose network of radio stations and independent announcer the groups working at various tracks in nineteen sixty nine NASCAR founder and president Bill France senior through. Open the front gates of the new two point. Six Mile High Bank thank Alabama International Motor speedway for France live radio coverage was an essential part of a promotional strategy to do fans to his sparkling palace of speed lead and equal NASCAR stunning success at Daytona International Speedway to make it happen bill senior reached out the radio partner and producer. Dick Huffman. Who's WHO's live flag to flag Daytona five hundred coverage from flagship station W. N. D. had grown to a network of over forty affiliates? France senior offered Huffman the data broadcast rights. Outright but Hoffman politely declined prompting big bill to challenge his top deputy the late Jim Foster with the task of finding the right broadcast partner. Bill nye been talking about the possibility of of having our own network and using it as a promotional alarm to To bill racing around the country and to help all the other tracks at that time WMD Owned by the news. He's journal here. was doing the broadcast of the races and they did a real great job but Dick Up Huffman was the general manager. Ted Webb was anchor announcer. Bob Smith is now vice. President speedway a NASCAR was one of the turn announcers in They did a great job but We we saw visions of making it more than just a A local run broadcast and So bill did give the go ahead and and and it started from there foster turned to hang school field. WHO's universal racing network microphones? Were already familiar. Fixture Broadcasting Grand National Events. Ansett North Wilkes borough and Martinsville to a small network of about forty five stations in the Carolinas Georgia and Virginia. School field gladly agreed and in nineteen in sixty nine. The universal racing network was on hand to report live as Richard brickhouse took the checkers the inaugural Alabama five hundred. I can fly just cotton ready. Richard Cows are moving down. Throw the last grunge dragons. Cows come put a going hang up from the crowd. They brought up the program or whatever they had had Brian. Confetti opposite air as Richard Brake cows takes the wind here. At the Alabama voters speedway following the event foster and France agreed. That radio was the way to go pitching school field with a proposition to produce live flag to flag coverage of everything from Daytona speed weeks. Two Grand National ARCA and late model stock cars at Talladega but the deal was not to be further. France in foster discussions discussions sparked the idea to form an inhouse broadcast group and the motor racing network fired its engines as the sixties took the checkered flag foster went to work scouting out. Talent to serve in. Front of and behind the microphones having to look no further than Talladega director of promotions. Roger Bear to fill the bill is M. R. Iran's first general manager so I had some experience and Jim called me. It was the promoter Talladega at the time when we opened the track. And said what do you think about starting a radio network and are you interested in doing it and I said well sure I'd be interested in in Portland. Get yourself down here and that was in about probably November so I said December I went down to Daytona right after Thanksgiving and stated a motel across the street the Holiday Inn. Every day I still we set up. Our office was on a Pepsi Cooler. Right outside. Bill Francis Office. Jim Foster was end of a hallway. Frances on the left and positive is on the right side chair. I had a pepsi. Cooler seeking strengthen the broadcast booth both France foster and bear cord veteran. sportscaster Ken Squire. Who became the first voice of the network brisk wire? The job wasn't to be taken for granted. Porsche I I was fortunate. I came from a little track up in Vermont with a smaller radio station. That my dad and I knew a little about the value of radio and people's imaginations and that's not to say I ever did anything it wasn't totally factual but however have you did know the limitations and when you could step over the line and make it real good which was important nascar are hall of Famer. Ken Squire truly among the very best to lift. MICROPHONE COMING UP WE'LL head back to nineteen seventy can squire wire and Jim Foster have big plans for the network and NASCAR as we continue with fifty years of our S. You have a car truck boat or other vehicle that seen better days. But you're not sure what to do with it. Turn your clunker and to a chunk of change in support of children's health. All Care Initiatives when you donate it to the Nascar Foundation it's simple and free call. Eight four four NASCAR nine to have your vehicle towed and auctioned off you get a tax deduction and the NASCAR foundation gets the proceeds. Put your vehicle to good use for the kids by donating today. 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FM EARNHARDT MORAN PRESENTS A ten part podcast series that traces. JEFF GORDON'S RISE TO NASCAR NASCAR LEGEND Jeff Gordon colorful career of the Rainbow Warrior available now at M. R. N.. Dot Com and your favorite podcasts sorts. mm-hmm when you're on the go missing the side by side action at the race track isn't appropriate conflict on on the high side. What racing network brings the NASCAR race till you? Wherever you are said you don't miss one lap of the excite Denny Hamlin if one sixty edition of the Daytona five hundred great? You are the the power of radio to the imagination of the listeners. Tune in to the motor racing network visit Amorin Dot com for inability. It lifts your local area. This is fifty years of em are in welcome back to fifty years of MRI. -Ed I'm Suzy Armstrong. Just as the motor racing network was taking shape in the early seventies NASCAR founder Bill France summoned. Jim Foster and Ken Squire to the jumpstart. The fledgling Marin and secure local affiliates to rebroadcast NASCAR events which became the bigger challenge. Thankfully the automobile. The bill was still an American fascination and that enthusiasm propelled bills radio network to new heights with explosive expansion. Came Golden Gordon Opportunities for rank and file sportscasters work in the short tracks ballparks and local arenas for MRI and co-founder anchormen can squire Francis. Vision was the the driving force behind it. All the goals in racing radio at the time that the motorization network started fired different from what they are today today. It's like everything in America space not sales based on commercials. All all that kind of thing. Big Bill his sales for on the drivers that he put together that were rather unique. Nobody nobody would have believed that but it was true. I mean you think about some of those great people like fireball Roberts who didn't particularly light up upper as a speaker but he was so sincere in what he said he wanted to build an entire sport and the son of a gun did it and and took great pleasure. In the fact that we'd clear three or four hundred radio stations and he didn't care particularly if we cleared the big towns and the cities or the small communities because he knew that the core of this thing was still folks from small small towns and the fact that that was so dedicated to those kind of people was one of the major thrusts that you're of of this sport forward former NASCAR president. Mike Helton there was some coverage of the sport to universal ration- At work But there wasn't isn't completeness of Coverage. I think what the France family and their vision was to ta all the events together and in in that in that moment home in the sixties and the seventies before there was the ability or the opportunity to be on. TV has much. There was a need in their minds incorrectly. So to to be able to let the NASCAR fans follow the live event and the best opportunity. The best way to do that at that moment was have a solid organized radio broadcasts because people survived greatly on radio in in an era for news and entertainment And and other sports were using it. you would you would become attached to your local radio stations. Because they're coverage of local sports and it was only natural that on Saturday night or Sunday afternoon. Mainly that you Uber Knbr tach to your radio to follow NASCAR and I think that's what the France family went out to to put together for big bill talent and authenticity were key. Andy defend both when he recruited short track announcer from Elkin North Carolina named Barney Hall one of the finest commentators in the south from W. FM. A Fam- Elkin North Carolina on Pit Road Barney Hall like again as we look down toward the east end of the speedway all we can see of course has pit crews had been doing some public public address announcing it a couple of different tracks with working at Bristol Tennessee Bristol Motor speedway up there and big bill. France was in attendance that day and He heard me doing and he came over in the booth and introduced himself which he didn't need an introduction but he said Moyal way you talk he said you talk real real good. He he said. Have you ever thought about working the Daytona five hundred network. I didn't even know the headed Daytona five hundred network at that particular time because green wouldn't with word for man. I didn't know a whole lot about the business. But anyway he said they're going to have an audition Daytona on Monday. And they've invited several announcers around the country to come down and audition for a spot that will be open. He said I'd like to come down there and do that. Can you do it. And I was almost embarrassed to tell him that I didn't have the money to come to Daytona and and Miss Miss my regular job but I finally told him that and he said we'll just come down there anyway and he said what do and we'll give you one hundred dollars bill and he said you come to Daytona and you do the qualifying races a Saturday races and the Sunday races and he said if we like what you do You keep two hundred dollar meal will work out some kind of deal to do all the races and I said we'll appreciate it and as it turned turned out everything that happened the first fifty laps in the Daytona five hundred happened up in terms three and four to three cars hit the wall. One car went upside down. Landed on top of another. And and I've got to be Cana- Mike scared at that point because everything was going on and I just wanted to make sure missing. Apparently bill liked what he heard word and he called me a little bit later. Bob Montgomery was irregular announcer at time and big bill come said they told him you got a job. So that's sort of jumped into it former. Mr In President David Hiatt recalls the strength of Barney's influence helping NASCAR reach a broader audience. He was one of big bills confidantes aunts because Barney was also a good friend with some others who were in the sport at that time. Junior Johnson Kinda brought Barney into the sport they grew up and lived and virtually the same part of the country and western North Carolina up in the hills and junior Guy Barney interested in racing. Barney been around it a little bit but junior really brought him to the table so junior and big bill and all those folks were the ones who were getting nascar off the ground and Barney had voice. Barney was already the radio station and he was willing to go through the coverage he would go out from the little radio station. He worked at an Elkin North Carolina W IFM and he would go out travel and he would do some races and do race coverage and he would come back and he would take all the stuff that they sent him nascar and and tone in any racetracks PR department. He'd make continental of it for his radio show and they had great respect for that because they saw that he believed in the sport and that it had a future for the late Barney Hall was one of many who enjoyed long careers on our airwaves as recognized by the Nascar Hall of Fame Squire Hall Award bestowed upon a media member who exudes dudes the integrity quality and humanity. The Barney stood for and practiced over the course of his five decade ten year M. R. N. is the Voice of of Nascar and Bari Hall was and always will be the voice of M. R. N. More with Barney next on fifty years of M. R. N.. Here's a special message for those of you. 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That's eight hundred two four to seventeen zero six eight hundred two four to seventeen zero six up next. We remember the late Great Barney Hall. This is fifty years of Marin on the motor racing network the voice of Nascar car local regional and international racing grassroots racing from the short tracks of America to the road courses of Europe in Mexico. I'm Kyle Ricky Join Hannah newhouse in me for Nascar Coast to coast presented by wheeling and Hercules tires each week on the motor racing network. We'll talk with the race winners. newsmakers and grassroots racing personalities Nascar Coast to coast the motor racing network. The nineteen Ninety-three Cup series season had more than its fair share of twists and turns checkered flags. Wave look in my mirror and here of earn hub right on my tail and he goes down low. The past week Anisa Wallace spent escargots. Hear stories that you've never heard before in the ten part series called the nineteen ninety-three season and Davey was behind me and corner and there's a gas standing in the middle race. You can download oded for free on I tunes and Marin Dot Com right now tonight we celebrate fifty years of the motor racing network right here where it all began in Daytona beach. Florida where Parents Fiftieth Season got underway yesterday with flagged aflaid coverage of the Bush clash at Daytona Toda- for the majority of 'em are half century on the air one man rose from the pits and turns to the booth ultimately becoming the backbone of Marines morenz coverage and a friend to many Barney halls personality charm wit and no nonsense style. Set the bar for all of us here at the world center of Racing. They're waiting for the start of the fiftieth running of the Daytona. Five hundred and for the call celebrating fifty years of broadcasting NASCAR racing. Mr In radios Barney Hall every Daytona five hundred has been special. This one could be the best one we've ever seen at this racetrack here. They come down the blind hang on for two two hundred laps of excitement. Here they this afternoon. The Great American race is underway maker and a new leader at tournament Baker. KFI Dodge here comes back east moving. Got Any David Berson FAG way. Here's peer for three corner. Petty One carling fact. He's out against the Wall Street. It gets a little bit high dow inside in fact come Richard Petty. They're just moving out of turn number two in front of Mike Joy as a broadcaster and he's a model of restraint. You rarely hear him getting very excited and when he does you know which you know. It's really something. Big EARNHARDT is using every inch of racetrack and Eliot get together. Whenever earnhardt goes up in the grass bring the car back onto the speedway and keeps it in a straight line that hold onto the lead unbelievable? What's happening gas spinning out? Or whatever you don't scream and Holler you get excited in your voice but there's a way to do it without screaming and yelling one more lap route Burton goes to the end side. They touched they pumped. They had fraternity. Want trading. Sheet metal. HERE COMES NASCAR president. Mike Helton Barney how I think about the inauguration of that head head into the sport Barney Hall was the voice that gave me so much insight. Listen to the radio educated me on NASCAR also entertain me so now family along the way here. The tower they only international speedway the president of ass cars with the right now Mr Bill France junior and we have a special honor at Daytona today. Barnier exactly exactly correct and in a few moments. We'll be talking with Ronald Reagan. The President United States for the Commander start the engine. Another special special element has been added to the Daytona. Five hundred here this afternoon that has just stepped into our booth. The president of the United States George Bush tape. What we'd like you to do if you would like to do it when when they come off during the reform that pace car hits pit road would you like to say they come to the greenforce? Sure you pants me on the cover. The action over intern of Daytona Beach Florida Allen West Wing. He is radio of NASCAR races throughout almost the entire modern history of the sport and he is certainly the one who is greatly responsible for the growth of the sport even though typical to him he'll deflect any credit for any role at all and to our good friend from radio station. Asian W IFM Elkin North Carolina Barney Hall hike again. It was the most exciting rate given up smoking until those last ten laps. I've got another pack out puffing on one and didn't even realize that I ran that'll fingernails about the last five laps. Also one of the most exciting finishes I've ever seen in Daytona here. They come to this. Dr Richard Petty's FTP will be a wall from time to the inside. Petty Eddie almost put him off and Richard Petty. We'll win but they told a five hundred is a cross destroy under the checkered flag. Making it official and Dale Earnhardt has won the Daytona five hundred tale. Junior is in front. Let's go down his pit and get a word when I was kid. You're listening to the races on the radio. That was the guy you wanted to hear them. GROAN Barney halts in the Commercial Marshall Break Failing Day it would have been well. Barnacle is number one in my book. I put you know anything he says right. I'll tell you I'll tell you that right yield is about the three hundred yards away from the start finish line. Can you hold your breath for four hundred miles. That's what the driver. It is. Jeff Gordon ahead by some three CARLING's opened off. Arnie is a legend you know. There's there's this is so distinct and you know he's so witty and scale everyday and checked on on the white deal. I've been impressed with with it because you have lost a lot of weight. I remember you had more than a Chinese Grand Marshal for today's racist one white you know from the blue collar comedy newer. Somebody told me that you had a chance to be another movie. Called the naked and the dead. And you're going to play both parts set crus- don't know who I would dream come up here. There's there's a race going on out here. Let's get back to get and what dad art born hall all seven pound all the lose. Your Wallet seems to be an annual event with goodies comes down trace is around long the Richard Petty again. But you to tweet me about coming up. You're doing this. Show leaning tweeted for new tweet or another been on a two-week diet already lost fourteen days. The Jimmy Johnson takes them off the number one he gets away from the lap traffic. The folks to wit the knowledge the detail behind all of it just such such a staple thirty four the best with cup drivers in the world get ready to run for four hundred miles here on a two mile. Track tough piece of asphalt this has got to be a wail of finished mike flag lap as they come out of line one to go racing for the lead the Winston five hundred contact between Earnhardt Jr. scattered what makes a good broadcaster as far. It's a racist comedian. Three things one is tell the people what's going on on the race track at present time as much as we can cover the pitstops third. You've touched the guy that falls out and he's into garage. You go talk to him and find out what happy one if you do those three things. You can't do a bad broadcast. I don't care who you are because there's nothing else to do you cover those three areas. You've you covered race. Bush put a block on to keep him on the outside up intern number four. That's come back to the line. He is there this time. He's going after the lead in turn. One man's will keep you straight to. They'll say you shouldn't have done that last week. Or what didn't you cover this to listen to them. You feel pretty well stay on top of everything that comes out of line. Green flag goes in the air to to a head off offended. Turn over one at all ready to get greatest fan in the world in his lives that we get. My Jimmy can lead to have done most of your life what you wanted to do you got paid for it. Had the best seat the Health Barney's dry humor and easy going manner on and off the air. Those are the traits. We we all miss to this day. But the other mastery of Barney Hall where the Humble North Carolinians famous air highlights. And those are the other gems uh-huh will never forget. Some of the best are coming up next when we return to fifty years of from the shores of Daytona Beach. For when it comes to weekends. We're always left wondering what to do something exciting going going on that then. You want the full throttle excitement of the fan. Shield five hundred speed fast coming to Phoenix raceway March. Sixth through the eighth. You bring all your friends and family and we'll bring the festival fund with Camping Great Food and access to the Infield and Nascar Garages get your. We're seats now at Phoenix raceway dot com waiting sprint caused. That's what we talk about on wing nation presented by Hercules tyrants depots. Join Aaron Everett Ham and the Tuesdays at noon eastern time as we talked with race winners and newsmakers from dirt tracks across America World of outlaws to your local track. We cover lovers. The greatest show on Tuesday on facebook live or W- ignition dot Gov catch park Tuesday and Thursday podcasts. On Youtube or your favorite podcast Jeff provider. We're your home for wings. Were car talk. The nineteen seventy six and seventy nine Daytona. Five hundred were two of the greatest races in Nascar history and significant to the networks boom in the seventies. This is fifty years of Marin on the motor racing network. The Voice of NASCAR NASCAR is back. The Twenty Twenty Nascar Cup series season kicks off one hundred one thousand or on their racing super bowl the Daytona five hundred great American race is underway. And they're headed to want Sunday February sixteen handling walk behind only the motoracing networking networking bringing you. All the excitement of NASCAR's biggest race is here. Today told a five hundred Sunday February sixteen on the motor racing network for Jeff. Gordon's come from virtually nowhere. He's one of NASCAR's all time greats. Ninety time in his career pioneering champion. Be at the right place at the right time. The Kid who took on the good ole boys and Change Nascar. We started go toe to toe. FM EARNHARDT ALL RAN presents a ten part podcast series that traces. Jeff Gordon's rise to NASCAR LEGEND. Jeff Gordon the colorful career of the Rainbow Warrior available now at Emory Dot Com. And your favorite podcast source. Welcome back to fifty years of Moran. I'm suzy Armstrong for five decades. Comoran has been the voice of NASCAR providing live flag to flag coverage radio listeners. All over the globe for many some of the most dramatic historic stories and thrilling race falls have occurred as the action unfolds in the Daytona five hundred and among those two five hundred memories standout too many many the nine thousand nine hundred seventy six and nineteen seventy nine editions of the great American race. Here's Fred Armstrong. You can't talk about the clutch moments in Nascar. Without discussing the crown jewel of all NASCAR events the Daytona five hundred for the most spectacular automobile race in the world the Daytona five hundred. We get ready to run. The most prestigious stock car race in the world and this the greatest stock car race in the world the Daytona five hunt while every clash at the world center of racing is spectacular in. Its own right. Certain events PUNCTUATE NASCAR history like the nineteen seventy-six Great American Race Richard Petty David Pearson jaw-dropping shows is no to the inside. The bureau later Mercury Analysis Lord Car in the Way David Pearson has the lead going into turn number three as they hit the banking there. Three abreast with a lap car booths in front of the ESDP. Don Cooney comes back to the inside. They almost touch. They moved out with the bank side by side as they exit the Banking Law. Richard Petty goes back in front. They outspend there in the wall. Penny a slotting. Slamming into the wall is coming down toward the finish line. Willie make he's still blooming. The car stopped three eight hundred. Four hundred feet shy of the Finish Line Pearson is still running appears betty to come across the Line David Pearson Blooming Grove. Oh that confidence striped whatever is car number twenty one to be I believe Pearson victory will just have to wait and say the uncanny finishes one that still ranks I. I wouldn't ask our fans. Mr Ends I general manager. Roger Bear was there and makes I think the greatest call and that's ever been made in the sport when he he calls that action as they're coming down off term for crashing and. I was watching that happen and listening to it on my headset and enjoying it as a race fan and and as a as the guy M. R. N. radio enjoying the call the M. R. N. personality and Nascar Hall of Fame Executive Director Winston. Kelly argues that the nineteen seventy six tone of five hundred. Finish is the greatest in NASCAR. Absolutely absolutely you know. We got a an exhibit in in the hall of fame here called greatest finishes and they had the five top finishes that I had picked. And I'd forgotten doing this. A few months ago and my number number one is a nineteen seventy six daytona five hundred just the impact that that race. Hey and the the great finish that it was and that's just a notch ahead of the seventy nine Daytona five hundred but the call that tends flyer head at the end of that broadcast in the way that he described him sliding slammed. AM coming across the land. And then describing how Richard's car wooden restarting describing. How David was able to get his car and he said you know in the winter is going to car number twenty one? I never forget them just three years later. Another incredible moment would unfold on the white flag lap of the nineteen seventy-nine Daytona five hundred. Has Donnie Allison and Kale. Yarborough battled for the lead the events to follow would hand the wind Richard Petty and ignite one of the most infamous fistfights in Nascar history on Johnny Leaves Kailua rule by two car. lex There one group from the top of the racetrack at Kale's Bush. Oldsmobile stays alive right on the back bumper of Donnie. Allison they're out upturn to their down. The backstretch Kale in the he'll make the movies down very close to the graph donny. Todd loses it. He tried to pull it back. Ninety side-by-side decided by contact the wall. They hit the wall at number three leader diving down into the valley. We look for the leaders coming up the back. They are in turn to in front of my joy. Here comes Richard Petty. He leads zero five five more links back to AJ. Point Reese Traffic Walter poses but patty is up there. Caution is on the race track and it will be a battle back to the start. Finish Line Richard Panik outside. He's got behind to kind of the point. Richard takes over the trial right now. Here they come to the stripe. Richard Petty's SDP Oldsmobile Waltrip dive to the outside petty almost put him off for the grass and Richard Petty. We'll win the Daytona. Five hundred petty crew jumping up and down on pit road congratulating each other this Daytona. Five hundred is headed all Donnie. Allison Kale Yarborough borough crash in turn three on that final left the nineteen seventy-nine Daytona. Five hundred is history and ladies and gentlemen the winner is Richard Petty Eighty three. We interrupt real moment Kaelin Donnie. Both out of the cars Bobby Allison is brought his car down there furious discussion taking place just down below. The thanks turned number three at now. We appears we have a fistfight. We see drivers at helmet. Safety officials. Trying to jump in there and separate them as tempers. Have really flared after this survey evasion incident on the final lap. Coming into number three. They come they've battle on the ground at this time and we can't change as others come running into surrounded. Try to separate those drivers. The impromptu romped vowed was well timed for NASCAR'S I live flag to flag coverage of the great American race as fists flew in turn. Three snow fell throughout the northeast. Granting the telecast one of the largest live sporting event audiences in television history the late Barney Hall was calling the action from high atop the tower that day and remembers well the incident cendant from his perspective and from the participants point of view as well got a lot of perspective on it from people involved in it. Bobby Allison he feels one way about it. Donny feels another. Bobby will tell you that. He pulled off down there because he thought Donny might need some health that they were having car trouble. He didn't realize that they were about this swap noses hoses or whatever down here between those two. It was interesting and and the thing that still lingers in my mind and there's one of the two participants in that thing. Donnie Allison Awesome. Being one tail Yarborough the other the beaten and banging that they did coming off. Turn number two and to the gut into the front straightaway. It became apparent that what their mindset had to be his. If I can't win it he ain't GonNa win. And that's the way it ended up Roger Bear recalls. The sport changing incident Jerry. Gerald was on was on the tower intern. Three and I said on on like it out there. I'm out there with him and also I'll stay on the town. I watch racing ahead little heads. There could listen there. I'm on the tower watching the finish of that. First Telecast live telecast of the Daytona on a five hundred and the great finish that race when Kale Donnie came down the backstretch right in front of banging together slamming into the wall and then the laptop and then finishing up down below us to laugh not completely view but we can pretty much see in a bobby coming back on the track on the next lap pulling down there where they are and they're all getting into a fight. I'm standing right there. Gary Gerald is making the call out that was one of the greatest periods of my life. ENJOY THAT NASCAR in the nineteen seventies wild and wooly a perfect venue for to find its voice and and those two iconic Daytona clashes helped pioneer the evolving. Mr In style coming up a historic day. Nascar the intimidator finally finally takes the checkers in the Daytona. Five hundred. This is fifty years of. Hey guys it's Dylan. He's Tyler Burnett where the coast of the rip. 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As the power of radio to the imagination of the listener tune in to the motor racing network dot com inability. It listed your local area. Welcome back to fifty years of thanks for dropping by I for a few stories and thrilling Daytona memories straight from the archives and if you check those old Daytona five hundred broadcast tapes. You'll hear a host of finishes finishes were seven time Nascar Cup series champion the late. Dale Earnhardt came. Oh so close to victory only to see it slip away. In the final laps. In one thousand nine hundred ninety eight earnhardt turned the tables logging a stellar performance in his twentieth great American Race Dale Earnhardt fans the nineteen ninety eight Daytona. Five hundred checkers marked a lifetime memory and it was a long time coming Clive Kennedy. Pull it off. He's working hard over and turn one art shows the way back at a turn blog the inside of the racetrack with Bobby Labonte. Carling to hide of Mayfield wives along bird. Now that gets raider in fourth fifth Rusty Wallace Cook Battle going on for the six talk. What car slides down the inside of this lake speed? He makes contact with John Andretti. Both cars spend out of the inside of the racetrack. has everyone else gets away. Hey this is the race where the winner today told five hundred fields in three heart swings up to the top of Basil by car on the bottom of the racetrack. earnhardt puts on the block earnhardt slips per four back to the Tucker earnhardt in a bottle of the body a lap car. The inside Rusty Wallace Bake. That may be a little body banging per second stripe. Dale earnhardt comes to the white flag. Flagon the caution flag. Dale Earnhardt is going to win the Daytona five hundred in his twentieth dry. It'll be earnhardt coming to the strike widely alluding to one one fries in Nascar racing that eluded him the most over his lustrous career and now coming down the pit lane will be the champion of the nineteen ninety eight Daytona five hundred Dale Earnhardt all the pit crews all of them out on pit Lane Salud Command who has accomplished so much in this sport except when its biggest race. It doesn't have to answer that question anymore after today. Twenty years hard work. I'll tell you for a good day I'll tell you we've got a lot of great race fans a lot of people behind me. He'd really all week long. So this is your wake. Richard chillers has got one heck of a race team. I'm talking about. Everybody Works Richard from thirty one to three truck. DOC everybody all his three-team buys worked so hard for this. I can't believe we wanted to finish fast. We raise some hard and we just good racecar car. It says a lot for the team sent a lot brawler sponsor. Everybody works so hard a Chevrolet Monte Carlo. Something L. M. R. N.. Anchorman Allen. Desperate in your honestly don't remember a lot about it except the outcome. I was still having a hangover. The nine hundred ninety race when I was out on the backstretch and there was a half a lap to go and it got away from it and the latter counting down man could this possibly be and then there's a caution gonna come on well at that time race back to the caution washing so he still get from where he was. When that yellow flag started waiting back to the finish line and then follow the pace car all the way around own without running out of gas or having a real fall off his car and to actually win the race? So I remember just thinking in my head. Don't call the election in until it's official. Circumstances are what they are described them accurately what he hasn't won it till he gets back here and the checkered flag is waiting not yellow in the white black and then obviously the aftermath is just awesome. Having watched how fool that race had been to him. There was no way to not be overjoyed. Rejoice for him but people had experiences with Dale earnhardt minor Germany really great and to see his reaction winning that race and everyone's reaction to him. Winning eating at race was still probably one of the coolest things I've experienced in sports the Truman all lining up to high five him. which kind of like the? That's the lasting image. But then when he got out of the car in Victory Lane and standing there and that smile was bigger than his mustache beaming and his fister in the Air Aaron. He's shaking his arms up and down to see the joy that it brought is is Is a great memory to for the Richard childress racing crew. This record and played played out so many times before a dominant day for the black and white good wrench number. Three Chevrolet had gone by the wayside. Do a myriad of circumstances for Winston Kelly the the victory placed him amid of pit road celebration of epic. Proportion is kind of an after the fact because we had gotten so used to getting so in our vividly vividly remember it road watching the through celebrate and watching day. Oh come out and doing his own. That ended up looking like a three three and then coming down pit road. And the entire crew every crew member coming out in congratulating and it was almost like relief belief in victory lane as Jim Phillips was but it was almost slight for those who had watched him come so close. You didn't have to be an EARNHARDT EARNHARDT fan to note. That was a big moment in. We try not to be fame's do love big moments and I have to say appreciated the significance of that moment but I also thought this is the first of what now. We'll be several when you think about the one and straight firefighters it's like is just always that little something didn't work out for five hundred dollars waiting for something happens as like it deserves it you know. It's it's a cherry on top of his Daytona Kate. Marin pit reporter Winston Kelly seemed seemed to express the sentiment for all of us that day a feeling that he finally did it truly for broadcasters and listeners alike. It's one of the greatest memories of the nineties. Coming up the lighter side of Marin as life on the road and on the air takes a humorous tack. When the characters behind the microphones interact with drivers arrivers fans at each other? That's next on fifty years of M. R. N.. World Center racing. Dato you have a car truck boat or other vehicle that seen better days. But you're not sure what to do with it. Turn your clunker and to a chunk of change and support of children's health. 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Eight hundred two four to seventeen zero six eight hundred two four to seventeen eighteen zero six welcome back to fifty years of MRI. I'm Suzy Armstrong. The motor racing network has been the home to dozens award winning broadcast talent. Some of whom have comedic abilities equal to their play by play. Subsequently Morenz listeners have been treated to a few extemporaneous laugh lines along the way and a host of unplanned humorous situation. The two thousand four edition to the Great American race. was the scene in a proud moment for m. r. n.. As President George Bush settled into the broadcast booth for the start of the Daytona five hundred at the beckoning of the late Barney Hall radio listeners. Around the world heard the commander in chief call the field to the green flag. A lesser heard utterance. Was Dave Moody's comment on Channel afterwards. Well it was a big deal. I mean the president onto the United States was was coming to the racetrack and and he was there and the secret service. Who is there and there were all kinds of things? Has that happened that day. That don't usually happen. Simply because the most powerful man on planet Earth was in attendance to watch the race and that was all pretty because we were all impressed by it and then he actually came up to the booth and sat in on our broadcast time which was which was beyond meet beyond glue and I think it was Barney Hall. That said Mr President. Would you like to call a lap. WE'RE UNDER CAUTION THAT MR president would you like to call up and the president being sports minded guy and all around kind of cool guy that he was sure. I'll give it a crack. And they came down for the green flag and and and he called it all the way to the drop point where the president of the United States handed off the call to me and to call the start of the Daytona. The five hundred the president of the United States George Bush. Here they come to the green settle. Take the better part of a lap for them to get up to full song dicing and I did my deal and then might did his deal on a win around for a couple of three laps in the president sat in and then at some point we had a caution or or or went to a commercial. I can't remember which now because it was a long time ago and we went to commercial and a little bit of time a couple three minutes past and you know the president said goodbye to everybody. I assumed that he and the secret services packed their bags and headed head onto their to their next stop and me being a wise acre slash loud mouth that I've always been known debate during the commercial tallies know Barney Hall but the president does a pretty mean throw turned one. He's still with appreciates a couple of days like why new. I don't think I spoke again the rest of the day without knowing for sure that I was supposed to because man when you're getting back doored by the president of the United States. At the time I was a little bit embarrassed but now it's a moment I'll never forget for sure humor is always been a keystone. No one of 'em are ends broadcast style since the network's inception in one thousand nine hundred ninety has the seventies unfolded so did a few new Kooky fads and one in particular started making a regular appearance. You're into NASCAR events streaking and not on the racetrack but nonetheless as anchorman. Ken Squire and the always colorful commentator Dick Brooks witness to streakers at Martinsville. The speedway pages couldn't resist calling the action at Martinsville Virginia. The records today look like they're gonNA go Kaley Berle's way with the exception of one. Unnamed straker breaker swearing and engineers who did about one hundred and fifty feet here right up to the right of our broadcast booth just out of the fourth turn and was not apprehended marvelous run. We have sad news streakers here today streak or number two was just caught. The breaker got away with it didn't make over here to our right. They they nap one. Well I must have simonize on Xtra agreed to have it. We're GONNA have to get him to get him failed. I these bad trouble with the law. One of the challenges of live radio is that anything said or done on. The air can't be taken back and can lead to embarrassment as retired M. R. N.. Anchorman Joe more experienced while filling in as the Tuesday night talk show host of Mr Ends Nascar live. It was the week after Blaise. Alexander was killed in an Arca crash at Charlotte Motor speedway. And in the week before this airing of the show I was at Charlotte and I talked to Jeff Green about blazes crash and they were good buddies and jeff gave me some real good audio about that. And so I had that cued up and I was going to open the show with the story about blaze being killed in the crash and then punch up the Jeff Green audio talking about what a great guy blaze was and unfortunately we also so keppel the drop in machines a lot of little crazy things I mean woody woodpecker cartoon soundbites anything we could find find and we just pop them in all the time. One of the sound bites that I had was yosemite. Sam Who said I paid my four bits to the high diving act and I'm gonNA see the high diving act we'll before we went on the air that night I was popping up just to get audio checks or so make sure they could hear me and all glad I was playing different little sound bites in that particular one. I apparently did not disengage. We go on the air and I come on being just as sincere and humble as I can be because a man has died and I'm going to play a sound bite from his good friend. Jeff Green when I punch the Button Unit and here Jeff Green you heard Yosemite Sam a memorial service will be held tomorrow in in Charlotte North Carolina Eleven. AM The Thomas Aquinas. Catholic Church Nascar Busch series champion. Jeff Green pay my Jeff. We talked talk to him earlier in the week and so quickly spun the dial. Got The right thing. Punch that up there. It went but the damage was done. Of course. America's number one choice for authentic motorsports coverage prides itself in professionalism. But Hey he's things happen even in the presence of the commander in chief but wait. There's more and it's all an episode six of Mr In presents fifty years. The Voice of Nascar. Check it out on M. R. N. DOT COM coming up. We'll wrap things up with a preview of the sixty second Daytona five hundred. 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Episode 4: Mickey Moore

How I Got Here with Dave Fiore

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Episode 4: Mickey Moore

"When I think back when when they tell my friends is that was survivorship at to use my mom's own words she said I think we're survivors them just tired of having to do it all the time from Fiori? Communications is how I got here. A show of inspiring stories Tallahassee area leaders business owners neighbors all the challenges opportunities. Inspirations the twists and turns of life that led them to where they are today everyone has a story worth telling and I am really grateful that we get to bring a few either them to you. I too have been changed by my conversations with these amazing people and I'm confident you will be too. I'm Dave fury in this episode. I talked with Mickey More A- driven high achiever who has been successful wherever he has been. If I had to guess what but Mickey was like as a kid before our talk I would have gone with Alex. P Keaton from the show family ties a superkid with a briefcase and big dreams. Mickey had a little rougher start to his life however that included times of homelessness premature independence in an unsure path to stability and happiness happiness. We start by talking about how he sees himself today. I'm all in. I'm all in. That's how I describe myself Love of family love country love of effort. Yeah risk reward kind of person and I do. We're my emotions on my sleeve and I know I can be a little aggressive I have to watch that and some people reacted differently. So yeah I mean I I would be honest and I think that my age now and the successes and failures. I've had it's being authentic. Maybe that's where all on did is describing myself visit. Authentic person can communicate that and not be shamed or embarrassed about it though you grew up in new Smyrna beach right So tell me about your family situation. Want to get a picture. Parents Siblings family life. What would it look like for you? Yup I was born March. Second Nineteen seventy and That was the first time I saw my dad and the last time I saw my dad until nineteen ninety eight and then I saw him again in the two thousand it was and today we talk doc but it gives you a picture of word starts Brizo. It was my mom. I Growing up my mom was married and divorced. A few uh-huh I got a necessity if you would ask her. Unfortunately those relationships ended domestic violence awesome drugs alcohol. Different things Stuff that you witnessed or so I did not just witness but felt and and you know sit up through my probably seven years old and from that point on it her and I But that was no siblings. Just me only child. Fortunately you know and That is really the beginning place for me. And if people ever take time you know to have these conversations that okay if you ask I'll tell you and So growing up without a real father figure There were a couple of deal that taught me some things. My Mom's second husband taught me how throw baseball awesome teaching my son out of their baseball But he also Cheated on my mom and drank. A lot was abusive So it was her and I early on and we were homeless for periods of I've been in line for bread and cheese. I've I've food stamps and that's where we were couch surfing doing. Whatever we could and When I think back when when I tell my friends is that was survivorship? At that time to use my mom's own words she said I think we're survivors son. Just started having to do it all the time again. It goes back to my aggressiveness proactiveness or does it come from. Because I had to keep moving forward we had to keep moving keep moving somewhat. Did you assume in in your own mind some the needed to take some responsibility for the welfare of you and your mom. Yeah and in. My mom was no angel. Casinos that she made some poor decisions My mom drank align. She did drugs and I grew up fast. You know I was left alone and the home you know why she would go out and do things. I remember Main Street. You ever been the main street in Daytona Beach. I mean if you go to the beach if you wrote a Harley Davidson you know bike week I know bike reggae Bagley. So I've played pool in those pool halls and main street while I was a kid. I didn't know any better right. That was the life and those decisions you made where I get my mother credit is she had to do some things to provide shelter find food. And I'll never forget that so many people complain today when I moved my whole thing about where I am now. I have no complaints. Because I've been in that spot I've seen it so house. I can't begin to imagine as as a kid how you process that. Like the love for your mom the concern for her the reality of eating and being safe and all the same time it's still not processed one hundred percent a mother and I still have dairy interesting relationship and I. I moved away from my mom when I was sixteen. So he there's some things there that are still Unresolved but I I love her. I respect her. Did she find some stability at some point. Yes not lasting back and forth back back and forth but to this day. She's cancer survivor. You know she has struggled through through kanter through other things and I'm glad she's live and she's in my life and she's a happy UPI grandmother and and I I love her but I also know those things and you know the question was always. How could you make that decision? And she's had to admit she was selfish in some ways and the things that she did But I hang my hat on the fact that she taught me survival and she didn't give up in in. She believed in education. That was the other piece no matter where we were what we were doing. She was on me. Stay in school. Good grades manners manners manners manners manners and Yeah so I mean. There's there's a lot that we could on unwind there but I I had those experiences in my mind I've seen some very ugly things Violent things Hurtful things Hiding the fights and all of that and how it impacts me today has to it does I have to be very cautious and a lot of things. Yeah so I can see where people telling you. I can't can't do that. I don't have time for that. Giving up on things seeing little obstacles and making big deals out of them that might be frustrating for. You can't be and yet I had to remember can't hold other suitor same expectations. I hold myself because we all have different experiences right and I don't hold that against anybody. It's it's one one experience it was telling. Lt member the privilege walk right in the back of the room. I was one one person behind me. I I think for a majority of the class. They all looked with. What are you doing back there right but again based on those experiences? That's where I started and get that for those who don't know the privilege walk sets asks us a series of questions that where what kind of influences in situations nations were you in. As a young person that might have affected. Your outcome has nothing to do with who you are now or what you've accomplished but what privileges or war obstacles did you face as as a young person affair too great assessment. Kelly be proud of All right so I mean how at sixteen what kind of view of the world you come out with. I mean are you. I'm sure there's a lot in their their optimism. Is there hope. Is there anything good or you just struggling and trying to try and survive you know so. My Mom allowed me to play team. Sports growing up long's had good grades. I was always my outlet. You know it's where I found friends and nobody cared. Pora was what I was wearing what I thought and I had some athletic ability. Fortunately so that was my hiding place and I had a cousin Zain. Who's little me when I was in ninth grade? He took me on one of his dates to the movies. It was one of those who are grandparents made made him do it and Any said to me. Now I'm Robin Ninth Grade. He's Mickey I'm sorry you have to start taking care of yourself so there is no one. It's GonNa Take Care of you your arms great. She loves you. But you gotTA start looking out for number one. Those were his words. Exactly Fourteen Any I had worked and stuff you know since I was in sixth grade under the table stuff washing dishes here and there but but I'll never forget that conversation I can see today so that was one reason I I asked my grandparents if I could move in with them and My mom lived in century. Florida or Beckons Cola. So I moved my grandparents said yes mama sixteen so that was the beginning of hope. Now they charge armie rent. I pay them rent work thirty five hours a week at Publix and kept my grades up. paid my way you know. wasn't easy but that's okay. I'm not complaining about it breath. That was the beginning of hope so from there Missouri I got into Daytona Beach Community College. Okay I'm a scholarship because I finished in the top ten percent of the class or whatever and then got to view after that I ran away and join the circus literally. You weren't enough as he circuit. I didn't know that that was that was the decision maker. As to where I went I was GONNA ask you why you ended up. F- his edifice you. The circus would not have been I. Guess Yeah it was a grocer in the admissions office at Or the Guidance Office Financial Aid Office at Daytona Beach Community College right and I was like all been needs. So what did you do so that same cousin his girlfriend southern Scholarship Foundation at UF and mid eighties ladies and her mother helped me do an application to southern scholarship foundation. And once I got that then I knew I could get out of town town. That was the deciding factor which alumni of southern scholarship. Most of them. Say the same right if it were known you had a place to live. That's it because I had no money. You know other than paying my bills bagging groceries. You know so. I couldn't afford to move but that housing's scholarship again and we can go even further back. Aunts uncles others who helped write. It wasn't all me. It was timely and people being generous in in helping and Lisa. Kennedy's mother Pat Kennedy. I'll never forget. She was an executive assistant. At the mayor's office. She took time because she knew my situation and helped me with that application and mayor of new SMYRNA beach. Yup You're done his office or the city in the mayor's office was wonderful that she took time to help me get in and that changed my life. I mean that you talk about a trajectory right. That was it getting out of town. Love New SMYRNA beach back all all the time. Mom still lives there but I had to get out so that was the most meaningful opportunity right there. Okay so join the flying high circus. which is I believe? There's another circus now. But for most of time Florida State had the only collegiate active circus focus attorney in the country. What I'm trying to? I'm trying to picture now what I see you doing in the circus. What was your act so back then? You took the class three credit hours. It's an elective right after that. If you're invited it's all volunteer so to get an a. in the class or a pass The young men had to learn how to juggle and the young ladies would have to do a rope routine. And if you're good enough they invite you to join the troupe. I think right. Yeah that makes sense. Yeah so I did it for a year and a half and the three ax. Six I participated in one was called the hanging perch. So you're on a t bar hanging by your ankle doing partner tricks Teeter board me and they jump off the platform the rolling thing. No no the the see-saw board okay and the girl flips up and you catch the Ryen shoulders you did that. You caught the girl I did most of the time. Rip Night Year a little bit the first time I did it. Yeah and then the last one I did was double double trap ease. which was that was pretty neat to do fly or catch well? The Donald Trump is flying. It's not flying. It's a single bar in the middle well and you and a partner doing different tricks in different things But you are almost like a catcher where you're always hanging upside down. So at the time I led the Southern Scholarship Foundation and stonehouse fifteen other guys and I come home from practice wearing tights and compete IOS. And Good Luck. Yeah in the back of my legs though. We're always wrapped because on how often you hang upside down real often. It took a while for that skin to to callous and continuously ripping calcium and rigging so it was. It was a challenge but yet I wanted. It kept me in the best shape I've ever been in. I could press a handstand that but yes so I joined the circus but only did it for a year and a half. It was just a lot of work all right so after after college. You I see that you worked. It looked like a place called. SOS Industries. But I couldn't find a lot of information about it online. Fortunately yes so what. SOS Industries with that. So you know. I graduated in August in ninety two. My grandmother died that week. Well it was two days before my graduation and My mother and I drove home after graduation. I never got celebrate. Drove home because her funerals next day needs to say my grandmother and I and my grandmother were pretty close Man I place place my tassell in her coffin and buried it with her. Because I understand let me moved in I would never onto college. I'll join the military. That was my. The mothers playing for me was who joined military. I would've I think I'd done well there but I'm glad I didn't have to So I moved in with. Oh my grandfather to take care of him that dum because it was sudden No one else could so new SMYRNA beach you know with the Political Science degree derail my. Gre Plans Masters Plan Potentially Law. School plan okay. So what do I do due east now and took me six months and it was a struggle. You know I didn't want to go back and work at the restaurant I worked at right. You're a college. Morale is always graduate right right. What I'm not GonNa wait tables anymore so SOS industries basically remember. I fallen can't get up but it was a company that provided those around the country. Okay so it was a remote monitoring you know health and safety monitoring and they hired me as a case manager manager so I managed installers in the Midwest Ohio Indiana area to go in. Put these in people's homes basically and then was promoted to their state programs. Manager overseeing Medicaid Medicare programs in certain parts of the country reimbursement programs for these monitors. So yeah I wouldn't have guessed that's the West could have been anything but as as industry it it was long I've first job The gate what the lesson there. I was fired from that job because I I had advanced. Can't stop to running an entire program. I had to employees Bryant and Unfortunately one of them was telling me the reports were done timely and they actually learn I failed to I trusted but in verify fully and I was like Oh for that reason so. LS Twenty three year old to be fired. Because somebody else let you down and again. How does that play my background and all the things just to giving you I was I was like how is that? I didn't make the mistake right but I get it right so anyway. And that's where I started the journey the in finance. Yeah Yeah you entered the financial world banking and so what what led to that so One of my high school buddies worked at the American general finance and he went through their management program. I'd be a good fit and so that's where it started. American General Finance Finance and was in consumer finance all the way to fill. Maybe two thousand I think. Berries companies but breath. It was interesting because finance. You're talking car loans. All the above mortgages first family financial American general financial the associated to remember Knbr those you know and not always prime rate SIA those are subprime. Typically that you're dealing with so those present the challenges there but people have needs across the board and what they did they provide a great training. And that's it if you could go and work those schedules and do collections. And that's the other piece. See People at the banks locally. They don't have the do their elections. We had to so I cut my teeth on that. You know when you can go knocking on people's doors personal windows phone calls. You had to go talk to people face to face as right and it's interesting because there was probably some empathy on your part right right for people who are not people who are dodging and trying to get away with something but people struggling in doing their best but still couldn't make their payments which which even today in the nonprofit world. That's why enjoyed the nonprofit work because it brought me back to that time right I understand. What the refuge house is a mother suffered through? I wish she would have had that. We would have had that you know so I am. That's where my community. The nonprofit community comes from I I leaned on it. I had to back then so Consumer finance and that's what brought me to Tallahassee again. Who is one of my high school classmates? Got Out of the military and was going to Florida state so he was looking for roommates and want to know. If I'd ever want to go back to the Hassi and I said yes. Canadian have a job at the time I told him I said Yeah. I'll go. I'll go and I family financial in Quincy. Florida hired me now is in one thousand nine hundred five. I came back up here now. If you remember a cash cow places that he's gone moved up here. We lived at Talavera apartment here in Tallahassee We had a three or four bedroom for five hundred dollars a month and and it was still difficult to make those bills right because I drove to quincy every day for work so two weeks out of the four weeks. Every month I took a check to cash cow. They held it gave me money and talk. You pay it off. And there were months where I'd have to keep paying that compound thirty percent so so there wasn't a one time thing. There was a regular part of your process monthly way to pay my bills so again I can relate but in today's world people assume I couldn't looks at one thing perceptions another and all that and now I've been there there. I know what it's like walking in and out of cash cow in Quincy and the one here in Tallahassee Umbro no one on the corner they're worrying about who's GonNa see me still something like it's still it's a title place. That's how I made ends meet. I carry that weight mother and I didn't really have that relationship attention at the time. There's no safety net. You do what you have to do upon things done done all that but but you do what you have to do survive. There's that word again so eventually I was offered a job in Tallahassee. A little more money less travel started. Eddie get out from underneath that right so you moved from personal finance stuff to actual banking and lending right. Yes yeah so so. I moved to United States medical finance so they collect on unpaid hospital bills and then I helped him create a elective surgery. The jury finance program. It's still in business they. They became Unicorn Financial and from there. I went to the Credit Union World Sunshine on China State Credit Union and amp southbank regions bank. So what was that transition like. Did you feel at home in the banking world. I did you know it. Most of them had transition opportunities like the teen right transition team transition a performance So I like that and being in team sports I look at myself as a players coach. I've always tried. The model is over the players coach. You know getting there have fun. Let's do this row rod cheerlead. I'll I'll do it with you raw and there's a line obviously that you can't cross right but the Cray was wonderful is a nonprofit. Of course the difference they are going to the bank. Obviously the expectations of performance servers over all of that scorecards every month. How many checking accounts? How many this? How many of these were the relationship bank? How many accounts to do over okay? You have a lot of relationships right but but again the training and that's where I'll say again M. South regions. They invested a lot in their people at the time how to build relationships outta be aggressive. How to be proactive? structure process you mentioned southern Scholarship Foundation before what. What is your ticket to Florida stating leaving your hometown? And now you have an opportunity to lead that organization and tell me about that. Yeah I mean pinch me a dream come true to follow Mary lows. Mayfield the founder's daughter you know she was my predecessor essar shoes yeah yeah But it was like I was at home again. I was I didn't not the learning thing about the program. I lived it and I think that was the thing that helped us. The most growing our alumni relationships participation that credibility you know at didn't take long for them to understand. I was with them when just calling him to ask him for. Money was definitely about an investment in a program that I was familiar with and so were they The I'd I regret leaving. I can say that just because I love the program you know But man we did wonders wonders things together. The team that I had there and the board and student agianst volunteers everybody It was hard the first year and a half because they were difficult financial situation as most nonprofits were two thousand eight two thousand nine signed for obvious reasons but we got things moving. It was wonderful so do you. You hadn't done fundraising before that right now. Actually no not a paid capacity right right. I was new and that was the question of the board when they hired me. Reagan can you transition your skill set and Again again me being a little confidence. Sometimes I said It it's nomenclature. Honestly it's still the same process whether it be bank sales sales or fundraising. You just call it something different. It's still development or still relationship building and I was so I was able to transition the skill sets it's consistently in proactively to where we grow. Budget okay well tell me about because I know you obviously would have to wear a lot. Hats it's running organization mutation like that but there's the two main ones I would think would be one is running an organization foundation being the CEO of a of a big budgeted organization like that and it also the fundraising piece. When you're the main person going out talking to people about the value in why investing is good so there is that those two pieces? I WanNa hear what you have to say about that. But I'm more interested in your relationship with the students being there and seeing The kids who have some of them may have been like you living in those homes in learning life together learning the life skills they learned in the house. I mean there must have been very rewarding for you. Yeah I cried a lot. I did Thinking back now the students come to my office and having those one to one going in the house you know talking to the house managers telling my story I can see it today You know my first son was born I shared with them. My Journal Entry When I went and spoke to the house managers during their training too so they can understand a little more? We're about who I was. I read to him my journal. Entry about being a father one day in dream coming true and all of that because of where I come from and and everything else See I had a lot of emotional times with those students which I never questioned the effort. I heard that I needed to give because of that. I've been in their shoes in. That helps students in right now. Lot of those students around. They're already giving back to summer. Scholarship Foundation we started the young Philanthropists Society while I was there and you know during that seven years. Some of those students are already giving whether it's five five bucks a month or twenty bucks a month or already doing it and that speaks to the connection lettuce. What it's about right connecting to the students while I was there was very important to me doing dunk booze? We did the race. That's why we created the race because I wanted them to be in it with me. You know and those are some strong ties and I missed missed I I love being. I mean you know you spend time. Realm students and mentoring is so important and those students in particular. They're hungry for somebody like like them. They're smart kids but some of them have been homeless. Some of them have been hungry. We'll be able to relate to that and given as an example of you can't get somewhere but it takes effort attitude. Gratitude takes all of those things you can do because because I imagine it's an interesting dynamic win. Be Easy for them to compare themselves. At least they're situation to the majority of the students who never I had to think about anything as far as food or safety or well being were financing or I mean a lot of students work hard put their some put themselves through college wjr. But it's different right. I mean some of these kids face things that the majority of students at a major university have never encountered when I lived there in fifteen is super smart trying hard but most of this brought some kind of luggage. I had a chip on my shoulder. You could see a mile Away for a lot of reasons and living fifteen guys helped me deal with my chip because I realize there's fifteen others that have chips chips too. So you're not that special in for people who don't know what the Southern Scholars Southern Scholarship Foundation is and when the communal living two houses how it's all set up in just a couple sentences explaining explain to us what what. That's all about shares who twenty-six rent-free houses scholarship houses around the state different different schools Girls houses guys houses. They live rent free but they all pull their resources together to buy food. Pay Your utilities. Run the house so so really. They're like altemus little businesses because they have officers have constitutions and all of that they cook together clean together everything but it's based on financial need academic merit and good character very selective process in that regard. Hey everybody just a quick reminder that this episode is brought to you by fury communications just like people every business has a story to tell and we've been helping our clients. Tell their story story since two thousand one because who you are as a company is just as important as what you do to learn more about how telling your story can make a difference in your business visit fury communications dot com. Thanks again for listening now. Back to the show in two thousand sixteen you make a career. Decision can make a huge jump at least in terms of budget and profile and all that to be the chief to be the president and chief advancement officer of the Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare Foundation. Exciting huge you again pinch me having those conversations with foundation world. That's as big as it gets and tell us you can't get right. You really can't get any bigger. And I'll never forget the lunch with Mark O'Brien CEO at cool winds when we first talked about it. Unofficially and the interest of maybe transitioned the foundation to different kind in a fundraising or or whatever things but just to be in that seat and be able to go home until my wife. And I'll never forget the phone call when the job offer is made I'm very grateful for that opportunity Because the the amount of change in the impact you can make an organization that large. I mean healthcare. How Important Eliza some scholarship? I got impact education pretty important so now healthcare so I you know I. I couldn't look away from that opportunity. I was heartbreaking again. The leaves Alert Scholarship Foundation. Had a wonderful celebration but how great volume for the experience at teammates foundation on Dacian to learn so much about that billion dollar company. Now when I say billion dollars that includes the Hospital of course our parent company Although they're separate entities he's officially. It's part of the family. Yeah big deal so tell me about those lasts about two years right so tell me about that time what did you. What do you take from your time at the teammates foundation well again? Technology and healthcare is one thing I take away the education I received you know I didn't have a healthcare background so so part of the job at the foundation we fundraise to support the hospital. Well that means you gotta understand more about the hospital. All departments the forty five hundred employees. He's approximately right so from neuroscience to women and children really immersing myself and understanding who they are what they do and where their needs are so one takeaway is more educated now on healthcare. They've ever been in my life. I am by no means a doctor and I don't stay all of the breast. Sorry how does he that. You're on there but So that's one thing. The other was again Teamwork in working with a team of folks and I don't know if you had known this but at that time now the responsibilities also included volunteers and gift Volunteer Services which included the gift stores. Okay and then the lifeline program as well which is the I've fallen can't get up. Button Z. How life around so my first job out of college as it was industries? I Volun- can't get a button. I ended up at age foundation and I was also responsible for that so that was wow. That's pretty interesting. Truly were uniquely qualified qualified. I I know what the button is but You know we might takeaways always ones gold gala for the first time in its history. We actually reached over a million dollars in gross revenue early golden gala in two years. I was there great work by the team on that again to support our community. The others are the structural changes that we may be created a pledge society planned giving society and did some other things I'm super proud of but Yeah it's it was. It was a big big place they please and are in from there when you left. Th you focused on more business strategies which Lincoln says. Ah You've been you've had for over ten years but wanted so. I didn't know if that was always kind of a little thing. Hang on the side and you did some consulting and then now what is it like the focus on that one hundred percent attention to detail very good doing your your research so in two thousand nine For three years two thousand seven eight nine. I traveled the country as a consultant for 'em barely out of Pennsylvania. Men taught bankers outside sales and April of nine. I was laid off there because again banking by that time. They were shrinking tough time so training was not on their her budget at the time. So last one in first one now. So in April I hung my shingle for the first time with more business strategies and and I had I think four clients by September which is win. The solar scholarship opportunity came up in four months into new business. I went Sullivan Scholarship. Let me go that way But I held onto it. You know because I thought maybe one day I'll return to it and summer. Scholarship would have been okay. Okay doing a little bit of part-time work but coming in as an E. D. and transitioning organization. I had no time for it but I always. Maybe I'll go back to so that's why why says ten years. It was too hard on link. Dentist aren't and then another one right out. Tell me what more business strategies is all about now and what it's like to kind of the captain of your ship. Run your own business and frightening. I tell you yeah so Really helping teams missions organization businesses transition from where they are today wherever they want to be tomorrow. You know now. How do I find that out while it's engagement and conversation and assessment? Whatever you WANNA call it but really it is helping through a transition to bigger and better utilizing using my failures and successes over the last thirty years to help somebody else? I mean that is the why it isn't to get rich. You know Virtually married up. My wife does well. Not Saying Ridge point is is not all about the money and I'm okay with that here where I am the my life and again where I come from. It's never been about having a lot of money. I've never had a lot of money I tell my wife every now and then I remember when I could. We couldn't go to Wendy's to buy dollar real dollar Burger. Whatever the value meal as a now I can go if I want to? But I'll never take that for granted and so in my own business. I do it that way. You know how how restructure a contract and make it amenable to where I think I'm pay a fair wage you know but but That lightbulb when it goes off or even you see the end game in a transition you like yes that's the intangible that's the price listing listing. But that's what we're doing now Or prophets in nonprofits and the meat and potatoes. Once you get in its. Hr Work it could be development plans that could be any poor governance. It could be executive coaching. Various things just depends on where the pain point is in the business right. So how's that going. So far people receptive to to what what you're offering to be as a resource for them. Yeah you know I mean you've seen it you gotta be out there. First of all and in my lifetime of banking work traveling the country fundraising I have had thousands and thousands and thousands of face to face meetings with people I. I'm probably a pretty good investigative journalist and I wanted to call it that way and I had girls to show it because I've learned a lot about people by asking good questions and so two well received when I call him I get in. I meet with boats and every business has a need David. Every everyone does yours does mine. He does just matter on where we are and our budget in time. You know to to do something about that. Need and I'm happy reaching the one year mark or eleven year mark depending on how you want to do but I want to see. I want to keep a boutique consultancy if you will certain number of clients where I think quality both quality of life and Hollier performance can be maintained I think there are. There could be a waiver consultant to say. Yeah when all the clients in the world but then never really service them you know over promise under deliver versus the other way around so at some point you'd reach a level you'd Max out your capacity Korean and have to decide where you're gonna go from there right so I'm trying to be very cautious there right now. I've got an even split a for profit the nonprofits if it's Very happy past my goal that I wanted for the first year But as you know I could change in thirty days. And so you gotTa Keep Hustling Sling. I gotta keep feeding the funnel and meeting with people and identifying opportunities and and it's also in my age allowed me to spend time with Shane and Rocco. Oh and that's that's hard to put on a pallet sheep runs an asset that makes sense Being your own business owner I. I do have that flexibility to spend the time where I I want to last night. I was up till eleven pm doing some stuff for work right. Well it's because Shane on a baseball game. And that's why I needed to be right. Got His first hit last night so oh off first of many. I'm sure I hope. So that's you know. And when I talked to people about owning being a business. It's never about the money because you can get a job. But the flexibility it affords is to me a huge benefit. So so I'm very glad you able to do that. And I'm glad Shan got a head start. Well you kind of Segue for me. We've talked about a lot of this stuff. I want to get to the most important important part of your story at least in this part of your life. And that's audrey and your boys so Tell me about how you met Audrey and just kind of your your story as a couple Here in you ask about my boys you can see how that My father and I have a relationship. You know we've never crossed over to a conversation of why this or what happened or you know so. Let me stop you there. So how did did he he initiate coming back and so two thousand eleven My wife helped me find a phone number for. Apparently I had a little brother I so I found a phone number for my dad while I was in college. Okay I'm standing in the kitchen at Stonehouse I call this guy in Marietta Georgia and somebody answers and said hello is so and so there and he said well. This is him seventeen. I was like Oh a senior then place and got on the phone and he expressed to be. I was long time ago and he just had no interest as like okay so I knew I had a little brother so do thousand eleven my my wife on the phone number and I called it. And who's my little brother He's ten years younger than me. And he's like wow okay well. Here's my email address. Can you send me a picture of you. And he said you should know you have a little sister like really dad remarried married and had two kids now. He's remarried again and explain the whole story so in two thousand eleven. I've found my brother other found a sister then ninety days I met him in Atlanta for the first time ever well the next night they went after that phone call they took dad dinner and confronted. Hey somebody called US named Mickey. I can't imagine what that conversation. But that's that's where it started it And I went into it wanting a relationship with my siblings at all I cared about and if dad came around great and he's you know he's met his grandkids and you know he's we've seen each other here and there but not much substance there. He knows his place is my place. We're we'RE NOT GONNA get into it. Let's move along and I'm okay with that he's alive. I kids have met their grandfather. We're good to go and then I found my my grandfather. Because is that in New York. Dominic Finale I had no idea who my real grandfather was until I found my brother and my sister and then they introduced me to him. Dominic Finales an awesome name by the way micky finale. Moore's fine Moore's death breath so if I can expand upon because I do think about this my last name is more. My mother's maiden name Nichols my dad's bad real name lasting would have been John. There is bring that up is it somewhat of a hollow name. I have no connection to family mm-hmm because my mom was married and divorced a couple of times my dad. His last name now is not his. He was adopted eventually by his his mother's second husband right so all of its somewhat empty and I wish I had that connection so that bothered me for a long time growing up. Never known who I was where I was from what I look the way I look all of those things and to know it took me into my forties to finally understand understand that and learn it so impactful life happens right. There've been some failures some ugly times and some difficult moment. You don't care because now I can tell my five year old and my to have your own where they came from and how it started with Dominic Finale Ali Sylvia John. Yeah so german-italian all that story it's just nice to finally know it and I know there's other people feel the same way. They wish they knew where they came from who they came right. Well that's awesome that even if you haven't become best friends with your dad that it led relationships and knowledge and bring some closure to some of that stuff. Yeah so back to most important audrey I you had moments in your life you know where things changed and that was when I was divorced previously Mary Short period late nineties early early two thousands and no children or anything very amenable separation mode Meeting Audrey where would I be today. You were fortunate that we find partners that can help us get to where we hope to be in life which is to have a family last night. When we let the Ballpark I said baby my dreams are coming true? Thank you sunset going down kids. WHO's got hit? Looked over to her and I got all teary. I'd those are the things that matter now but she smarter than I am. She's less patient which is hard to believe. No she super though I got lucky I really did. She tolerates a lot with me. There's a lot that's in here you know I could probably use some dime to let more of that out but I choose to put the energy somewhere else. Like Rudy said. All of his is failures. He used that instead of negative energy he is it for positive energy to keep going keep going to keep pitching his movie key. Pitching his movie and That's what I do with it. Turn it and put it in my running but if I didn't have somebody is forgiving. Intolerant is her. I don't know where I'd be. How'd you meet well? He knew she picked me up in a bar now kid and I saw story if she was here she the roller is it was silver slipper. Actually okay so so. If you remember that right around the corner from my Rotary Club met there and after a rotary meeting we had a goodbye party for one of our remembers and she worked with him so she was invited to that part of the the evening and I saw her across the room and I caught her looking looking at you or maybe it was me because if you ask for she'll say the guy in the yellow tie and blue shirt so as smooth as I am I and you know me to be I walked over I go and say hi and when I got closer they closed the ranks on the group protected her. Yeah so I kept walking. Suddenly I had to go to the restroom detour so I walked and came out and she was gone and she had left left but We had a mutual friend so I called my mutual friend and asked about it the next day and she said she was asking about you. Somehow I got our phone number two days later we went on our first date and it was August. Third Two thousand six and we are ten years of marriage later. Thirteen eighteen years together. Whether you most enjoying about being a dad just being present to be able to the things that I've seen David telling you I I. I've had conversation. I'll never owned a home. I'll never do this. I'll never have this number remarried. I'll never have I remember. They were That you telling yourself yeah yeah Why is it that I haven't leaned to drugs or alcohol? Why isn't isn't why? Am I doing okay. Questioning that waiting for the other shoe to drop as always been always a worry wart in their yard always waiting for something bad to happen because it always did when I grew up. It always did To being present being able gotta have this moment two little ones yeah. There is nothing better I have to be present and again the bad things that have happened for a reason here I am and maybe sharing all that with them. In due time where daddy came from daddy seen. Hopefully we raise a couple of good boys and understand we all come from different this but we can all do well for each other and ourselves right you know it must be pretty cool the feel I mean. I'm sure you're superman. You know to them. You're their hero and must be pretty awesome to to be looked at that way. Am Love that way. Well you know David you're a great father right does he'll get you can't put a price on it Had Somebody told me two days ago. Another another gentleman. This town's been around long time. He said you know. I don't miss any my grandkids games. I don't know because you can't take I can't go back can do it over. You get one chance you won't regret you know you won't be looking back. I wish I could have gone to that game so no all that has happened from March second tonight nine hundred seventy two now certainly impacts who I am and what I do. I'm okay with that and I'll share it with anybody. I'll tell anybody because it is. I am and it will continue to impact how I behave in the future. I just hope it helps people. Maybe understand a little more why I behave behave the way I do as imperfect as I am you know in grace comes. From God's grace comes from Audrey a lot of ways and I know I'm not perfect. And you go through some things being perfect sometimes just surviving it. I think I right. I don't think it would be a complete conversation with Mickey more to not talk about running. It's at some point so I do that sometimes. I do WanNa talk about your passion for running the competitive running. You've accomplished a lot running prestigious marathons. I mean it's a big part of who you are Shane. Shane has run more now than I did his age. MM So he's going to be faster. yeah you know what I remember. Back to Ninth Grade running with my English teacher. Rick Norman he had the shortest striving by overseen because because he was only like five foot two great guy but he got me in the running there and I won my first race in eighth grade the Iran right two mile race. You had to write an essay about friendship to get into the race then interesting. Combination of tying education in running. Yeah but Running does different things for different people right activities. Do I'll say whatever. It is rowing hiking biking walking whatever it is and I know you walk in the morning. So it's it's where I create. It's where I find my peace or I let go of things I pray There's a lot of things that I do on my my run but I also compete with my rest and I love that. I want to give the impression that you're a casual runner here because you're not thank you know. And I I learned that difference finally in Late Two thousand. I started running again and this goes to the point. Anybody can can do it if you think you can't. You're right. I could run a one mile in two thousand seven and I got two miles and I got the three miles in May two thousand nine hundred and my first half marathon wasn't super fast but Iran. It and yeah and then within a ten year last ten year period and I compete nationally my age group and Do well broke three hours in marathon a few times. And that's a but it does take work just like anything else right right and I am less tolerant of the. I can't think you know if anything gets me. I don't think I can do that. What's your favorite race that you've run so many so you were in Boston after the bombing the year after that was pretty emotional channel? I mean it was a good group of us from Tallahassee and I love Boston for what it represents the most prestigious marathon New York City marathon on by far is my favorite so far Now especially that I know I came from one of the neighborhoods and it goes through in Queens But hit all those boroughs does your energy of Central Park. When you're coming through there Scholarship Five K.. The Education for life by game. You talking your list right is when you create something right and and I see students now former students on social media that are running. Let her doing things. I'd like to think it may have started because I know they weren't runners then and some of them are still running today. Those are probably my a couple of my favorites via running is a huge part of my life but it requires sacrifice from audrey in the family and again the three words you heard me say earlier. Effort attitude gratitude. I'm super grateful for for that. Tolerance and that flexibility. Because I might be a pretty sad adding difficult person to deal with. If I didn't have that outlet that is my. I wish I could go to one moment at okay. This is what gave me confidence or this is won't allow me to In there were generous people along the way you know I I waited tables. There're people I met waiting tables. Who helped me in college when I would come home? They give me part time jobs. CBS as a welder's helper. I've worked gravel pit. I've I've done ditches dug ditches I've done a lot of things you do to make ends meet right and one last story. I'll tell you is I was speaking in a rotary meeting. Once and one of my good friends he asked me in front of everybody in. Where do you get your drive? Live what what is driven you. What is it? That was the first time anybody publicly asked me especially somebody who knew the answer but mm-hmm so I told him I said you know one not having a safety net will will drive you because you've got nowhere to fall where somebody's GonNa Catch Ya. You Got Boyd Falling. You've got to keep moving. And then the other one was. I wanted to move forward so fast because I wanted to get as far away from what I experienced in the life I had lived then. I was in a hurry to do it. I've worn out. I want to get away from that. Want to get it to where if I want to value Burger for dollar I can get one one so those things always moving forward not having that safety net is what drove me Understanding more now probably drove me too hard in some ways some relationships and I regret that you know. Sometimes I have a difficult time pacing understanding picking up those cues. Okay back it up back it up back it up. It's a learned skill but it's not my fault a lot of times because Things things I've seen and done I see I think you can be DIS. WanNa do it. Let's get it right. My last question is the name of this. podcast asked is how I got here. So that's what we talked about. How you got to this point? Where do you think here might be free? You in three years May I I want to continue to be good. Father it husband I want to be successful however relative that is going to be a success and the community. You don't give back and helping others so I'll still be engaged there. I would like more visit strategies to make it as long as Fiori. Corey has but I'm open to opportunities and because there's I would hope that I'm bringing the skill set that other other companies may need so so three five years from back in the nonprofit world that'd be awesome does an executive director. I'm very happy doing my own thing because now I get to help them. Multiple Apple nonprofits and multiple profits so three to five years. It's a enjoying life being a good dad being a good husband and helping others as much as I can when I can't that sound good enough for three to five years. That's three to five years. You know if I get an invitation to be in the movies again or something. Maybe I'll do that. You were invited to be in a moving recount. Yeah was in the recount. Remember seeing me with Kevin Spacey Not that a associated now know. How did we not bring this up so you were in? The movie recounts where you were walking by or something or a look. I made a lot of money during the seventy dollars. Seventy five dollars yes. I like advanced extra pay because I was in the courtroom scene so you you had to be a certain type of extra dress right. Yeah No that was my big movie. I always have to react or anything or did you sit there. Yeah they don't really be still. Yeah you know the weird thing about that. We were there for six hours and it was a two minute scene and I just remember in in between every take Kevin Spacey would walk in and out all the way to his trailer back. Hang on the CIDERS light right like fix this light okay. Let's run again. He would walk all the way back and walk rolled back in the one that makes money. They drag this out. You know six hours for two minutes of them anyway. But now I have new interest in in doing all of that. That wasn't on your linked profile. So that's why didn't I know about it or your resume for that. Seventy five dollars in much. Talk about really `ISMs but we'll go from there. All Marshall Dolls. See if I can Marcia Marcia might be interested just as we start representing me and maybe take

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"The motoracing network for his aunts. The twelfth annual Daytona five hundred miles. Hard is going to win the Daytona five hundred in his twentieth. Try everybody all three team. Everybody's work so hard for this Dale Earnhardt, jR, fulls down to the start finish line. He will win the Forty-six running of the great American race Dale Earnhardt junior in the two thousand four Daytona five hundred is hailed a win Daytona five hundred bland got the raise my buddy Tony Stewart for the win. This is got to be the greatest day of my life. Austin Dillon leads the pack off turn number four. No one ever thought he would contend for the win funds going to do it. He's in the win the sixtieth running up Daytona five hundred eight tone has a way which is making memories. Twenty nineteen. Greg American race is near at Jimmy Johnson has won the Daytona five hundred has the NASCAR world is symbols on the world's most famous speech in Daytona so too does the motor racing network world's greatest stock car race. The Daytona five hundred mile for the fiftieth time in history M are in will bring the sounds of Daytona to listeners worldwide. They moved out while in the Bank, and you're going to be by the Megan the finish line. Richard petty goes back in front they spend their in the wall piteous sliding slamming twenty nine. Goes to run around his place for five hundred miles and stay out of trouble. Yeah. He's a feed in heart will be able to do anything with them chip, Gordon wins the Daytona five hundred for a second time you recognize how recognized that races and that winter is in and you know, how special it is to be there. Carol turnover for they Challenge Cup elite. He goes to the inside Earnhardt not gonna get Charon is going to bring Joe Gibs. His first Dona five hundred win was very special from the shores of Daytona Beach, Florida. This is fifty years of the five hundred on 'em R N perio- hosts Jeff St. will and Alex Aiden. Hello again. Everybody. Welcome back to our live continuing coverage of Daytona speed weeks. Twenty nineteen I'm your host just dribble alongside Alex Hayden. The word delighted to be here tonight to discuss a bit of history. That's happening this weekend in Daytona for the fifth time in Daytona five hundred history. The motor racing. Network will reach the airwaves worldwide broadcast the greatest stock car race in the world. The Daytona five hundred remember the first five hundred for you, Alex, Aden, or one in particular that stands out in your mind. So many from being a child listening to 'em are in call of the Daytona five hundred the Mike joy and Barney hall in the Bootham all the great turn announcers. I did. I remember listening to the Daytona five hundred on the carpet plan with my little matchbox cars down there. And maybe one day who knows what was going to happen. Little did. I know at the time that out have the opportunity to broadcast Daytona five hundred 's in my own right, boys. And that I think that sums it up for all of us apart of the motor racing network. I remember nineteen Seventy-nine and watching that race unfold on TV in the middle of the Great Lakes blizzard. And I think so many of us across the country. Remember that race in particular? And of course, now we fast forward to all the great memories that this track in this race have given all of us. And I remember the very first time too. Thousand and to being turnouts for the motor racing network in the emotion that came with that standing just outside of turn number four to me. It didn't matter exactly which five hundred was that I've been fortunate enough to broadcast here on our end. There's just been so many race mornings that are unlike anything else in the world Daytona five hundred race morning is still one of the greatest moments in time in my life. I think it is for everybody. And hopefully, you'll all agree with us as we move through this. Because tonight, we're going to take a look back at some of the important moments in Daytona five hundred history heard right here on the motorist thing network with help from many who were involved, but first let's kick things off with a little history lesson with the current voice of the motor racing network. Fred Armstrong founded in nineteen seventy the motor racing network. Was the brainchild of NASCAR founder the late Bill. France senior. Personal welcome to have friends and relatives listening today's broadcast of the world's greatest stock car race that they told the five hundred help from broadcaster NASCAR hall of Famer Ken squire. This is Ken squire inviting you to join us for the running of the world's greatest stock car race. The Daytona five hundred miles square describes the network's existence initially came about as a need to promote NASCAR. And it started with a vision. He knew what he needed done. And and he wanted to have a real Sunday platform for what this Dame was and. It worked religion. This bills religion. And he was trying to have three or four hour program. Wish we would talk about the racing in the kind of people that did it. And we were blessed for the lot of good people. At the time. Lag deflate coverage of NASCAR didn't exist on television. Yet. The sport was starting to grow with help from its stars. It was their right thing to do. And he wanted more promotion of other tracks and made that quite evidence squire was in charge of growing the network signing affiliates and willing advertisers. But he didn't pitch stations in sponsors by selling NASCAR per se. The cunning broadcast veteran focused on one big event at the world center of racing say save NAS car is in. We're going to provide the the biggest stock pirates. There was that they told a five hundred motor racing network. Presents Daytona five hundred mile or the first day tone of five hundred hit the airwaves was the nineteen seventy edition with squire leading the team at this time. Take pleasure bringing to the microphone president of Daytona International Speedway. Bill. France, senior today's exciting events being made across the land and throughout the world by network, totaling nearly three hundred radio station. Plus the American forces network days broadcast of special significance to MRs Franson myself as our son Jim is listening with some of his buddies at one o'clock in the morning somewhere in Vietnam, retired stuff. Our pilot Marvin pants joins wire in the broadcast booth would turn coverage from Pierre. South Dakota's, Tony dean of affiliate K, C C R cannon good morning. Everybody from Florida hen Bob Smith of flagship station W N D in Daytona Beach, dober- International Speedway announcer Bob McKinley and the late. Barney hall called the action on pit road. Paul would remain on the network for over four decades becoming one of nascar's greatest commentators. And as we look down toward the speedway. All we can see, of course, it's been crews entire stack all the way up to the top bit wall. No, get a chance to put all this women to work as a race getting away here. Very shortly. We'll be right here to cover all the action back you in the tower Pete. Hamilton took the checkers in the nineteen seventy Daytona five hundred but the events legacy reverberated from Hamilton's victory lane celebration through the decades has millions of race fans tuned in to experience the great American race in real time. Thanks to a man with vision. 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Thank you so much for your continued support following Morenz first broadcast on the Daytona five hundred nineteen seventy a storm of dominance took place as the king may Daytona his kingdom a season later, Richard petty became the first three time winner of the Daytona five hundred and seventy three and seventy four he made it five two years after Petty's fifth came one of the most important stockcar races in NASCAR history. A battle between two of nascar's greatest ever. The year was nineteen seventy six the price and American society was in high gear Steve Jobs launched apple computers. The film rocky knocked out the box office and NASA unveiled the space shuttle. Meanwhile, in Tehran of each one of the greatest stockcar finishes in history was about to unfold. Welcome to the eighteenth running the most tackler automobile race in the world today. Tone five hundred entering the nineteen seventy six season, Richard petty and David Pearson finish. One and two in fifty seven races. It was a fierce rivalry. But according to the king the duo dual respectively at from the competitive standpoint the deadly when I read with a one hundred five racers. So when you went to racetrack. He was the one you had to be in our beat him can win a race moved ham six times a day tonal winner and other events Pearson was still hungry for Daytona five hundred checkers after fourteen starts after a wind riverside the week before the Spartanburg, South Carolina native was hoping momentum would fall Tim to victory lane. Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. This is the motor racing network with the broadcast of the Daytona five hundred NASCAR Winston Cup Grand National stock car race. There was some seventy entries here. Only. Forty cars started that meant that. Some thirty cars didn't make the lineup. So the caliber of competition has to be the best ever in just a few moments. The pace lap will aren't across that canvas. And it'll be the first brush stroke in what we know. We'll be at other masterpiece of Daytona racing excitement and drama. The Daytona five hundred is inching down for a start. The green black is out didn't take long for petty and Pearson to start inching towards the front as they come back to the line, Richard petty squeezes to the inside Alison goes high and the S T will take command after problems for AJ Foyt and buddy Baker the last quarter of the race belong to the forty-three of petty and the famous brothers never Twenty-one of Pearson side by when they deter number three. He's got it for the lead. Mercury. What Aurora goes up from the crowd of the Pearson, bore the nickname the silver FOX for a reason his? Canny ability to sneak up right win account where Jack route standing there isn't a driver. That raced against Pearson. Even if they were leading the Daytona five hundred the didn't wanna find out where Pearson was in the final laps of the race. Because they knew eventually they he might wanna wanna try and overtake them for the wind has Ned. Jarrett describes Pearson was the master of the slingshot been matter whether it was leading or not he back most of the time. He'd rather not be leading came down at the end of the race and new win and player to make his move to win the race on lap. The white flag comes out Richard petty and run the Dodd go through the Tri area with Richard petty by a half length to go to the first part. We was just got everything right? It was really good that day. I was good at day. Everybody must have been awful will be able to get Lafayette to sort of raise with each other. And then it came down to the very Leisler knocking David down links. He's the bumper. And they come out of the past day, Marcus he pulled up here. He goes down to the inside on petty. He shows no to the inside of your later. Mercury. Now floor car in the way, David Pearson has the lead going into turn number three. They hit the banking there. Three abreast with the lap car Pearson. Moves at the tunic of spec to the inside me. Faze me pasting back almost. Touch. They moved out low in the Bank, and you're gonna be tied by the that the Bank and for the finish line with petty goes back in front. They spin there in the wall penny slutty slamming the wall. He's coming down toward the finish line Willie make it he still moving course ops three hundred four hundred beach. I of the finish line Pearson is still running. Here's Betty trying to fire come across the line, David Pearson. Booming. Broom prisons the mind through this days, the putsch the engine would continue to run and want to stop sliding gear and drove cross start finish line. Even though the thing was torn up stripe. The winter is car number twenty one it's going to be I believe some victims to wait and see mazing finish retro cuttings card. Demolish the front end as well as car number twenty one on believable finish terrible crash boats cars in the wall. Both drivers kept on going kin. Squires call is one of the most iconic in. Marin history and squire describes the perception of stock car racing forever. Change that day. It was the perfect setting and the media got it. So there was a lot written about it. And then to have the kind of finish that it did with both cars destroyed and limping across the finish line of thirty miles. An hour is David Pearson while Richard petty sits there static in the infield car on able to move and just creeping crawling to the line was that moon, white and gold would brothers number twenty one. It was a perfect day as far as a media of was concerned and that dramatic finish carried over four weeks after that of people talked about it. They kept re-showing. Wanted more than five hundred at a while for this waited alone. The first time I've ever won this one and a whole lot David Pearson. We congratulate you tremendously again and now the jinx of the silver boxes broken. Well, hope so and Pearson who was always kind of a cool customer and never got to alarmed. He was perfect in the role of the guy who took that victory away from the king, Richard petty. It was remarkable day at the time media NASCAR M, Iran. The fans are all probably thinking it doesn't get any better than this will then the storm came in the form of the nineteen seventy nine Daytona five hundred. Rip the been joint to former voices of Usak Dylan Welton Tyler on a ride like no other tell much story because no one getting too much trouble as the to chat with faces of traditional open-wheel racing. I was four wheels in a fluff and hot laps. And my dad actually up says if you do that again or park itchy on pyre. Get ready for the ride with rip the fence available for free download on itunes, soundcloud, and the podcast app or vegetable on 'em are in dot com. The nineteen ninety three cups or season had more that it's fair share of twists and turns checkered flags wave a look my mere here of Earnhardt white on my tail goes down load of past. And I said, oh, no, you don't. Your stories that you've never heard before in a ten part series called the nineteen Ninety-three season. Twenty five years later and Davey was behind me and came up corner. And there's a Gadsden the middle. You can download it for free on I tunes ended MR in dot com right now. Coming up NASCAR reaps the benefits of a massive storm on and off the racetrack. This is the fifty years of the five hundred on him are in on the motor racing network. The voice of NASCAR Jake was in big trouble with the IRS code how much ninety two thousand dollars out the IRS left, no room for JD breathe. A lean on my house to call the money out of my Bank account took my out of my paychecks. So it was a nightmare g needed help fast. I figured that. 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Jeff St. will and Alex Hayden here with you as we are all enjoying a bit of a history lesson together. It was so cool to hear costs on the iconic Seventy-six Daytona five hundred here. Richard Petty's perspective before the break a race that at the time was probably the most drama scene at the in defining hundred miles here Daytona that is until nineteen Seventy-nine. Once again, here's Fred Armstrong, predicting weather wasn't easy in nineteen seventy nine and technology of the time wasn't ready for the record breaking snowstorm that sucked the Midland states on February eighteenth M R in pit reporter Winston Kelly remembers the total travel shut down the whole east. Coast was snowed in pretty much from the Georgia. Florida land all the way up east coast. There really wasn't much else on TV. There were no other. Sports. On so people that may not have watched that race. You know, they're they're stuck in their wherever they are in co founder Ken squire convinced CBS to broadcast live flag. The flag coverage of the Daytona five hundred for the first time in history, TV cameras humped from green to checkers and the motoracing network. Painted word pictures to listeners around the world as a Hollywood ending unfolded. Starring two members of the Allison gang and a bulldog named kailua, bro. Hello, everyone from Daytona Beach, Florida. Well, there's been some rain showers here. The Daytona speedway this morning. It has not dampened the spirits of what will undoubtedly be the largest crowd in the history of the track to attend to raise here at they told her we are just moments away from the start of what is being touted as the greatest race ever concede. The race began under caution as the race has officially started under a green cautioned situation as rain showers soak the infield grass around the superspeedway Yarbrough recalls, the delay his hormone drama or Newsham corners because you read to you. You know, you. I've been down there for couple weeks in trying to get get everything ready to go and get ready to go. You can't go as the skies cleared. The green finally flew. Alison for the late now. Running in third, buddy. Partial being luckily managed by the lead pack quickly found trouble Donnie Allison leading the race. Bobby Allison tried to tuck back up the draft. The two cars appeared to touch kale Jabre caught up in missive with done in the thing. It. It got bogged down in Enfield from all rain. Three limp. Also, spun his car the free machine spun out of control into the infield grass which is very soaking wet for the downpour late yesterday afternoon and last night. The Allison brothers and Yarborough were all swept up in the crash to this day. Bobby still feels like he undeservedly took the blame. All Brian me, Navo prime me. And I of course, I fem by the else. Most lost a couple app has the clash continued Yarbrough grappled to regain lamps goal. Kale? Yarbrough made. I'm one of the lost him and costly spin out over internal too early in the race. And now he sits in a good position on Donnie Allison the leader. And that time, you know, they told me the kale is nearly five down in a worry about kale. And of course, I didn't really take a hard. I never liked anybody. I'm back. Should we get a caution flag a moment ago approved it could get around him and for the moment Kayla's content to just ride. They're hoping for a break in laugh at he got back. He was gonna wreck me heating unit back and right in new come on. Yarbrough finally made it back to the lead lap and the drama began to build for the closing circuit. Or the toughest drivers in the business lead. Nece Daytona five hundred Donnie Allison out front kale. Jabre finds himself running third on the race track. But second overall at sandwiched in between, Bobby Allison brother of your leader donnas. They go to joy. Only on you could beating when in doubt about that through decide to stay in in in seconds. Because on the last I could slingshot buying and win the race. The white flag and chip warrants hand he gets ready to play to ninety Alison kale just tucked in there. When will Yarbrough make his move flash across the white flag for Donnie Allison, they're back in turn one. I knew he couldn't be we can leave and to me per phone with you. I knew something we're going to happen found employment back star fans line. Never maligned. Did I believe is going to start up to their out of turn to here? L makes the movies, ver- course, the graph Donny. Drive to back. Johnny five nightside by conduct toward the wall. They hit the wall for pre. We'll have a new leader day are in turn to in front of my joy, Richard came off turn to here's Darrell Waltrip nursing a car on seven cylinders behind him and AJ Foyt who spotter had told him. You can't catch the leaders. And he says, well, then the heck with third fourth fifth all pays about the same. His car was handling like a dumpster and who comes off turn four to the victory petty welter. Der welter by five Carling five falling back to AJ point race traffic Walter closes, but Penney up their caution is on the race track. And it will be a battle back to the start finish line traffic. Walter behind Patty AJ point is right there. They will get a high side they wanna pass. Hi, scott. Richard four Pritchard front outside is down. Walter push behind to front point, Richard cutting takes trial about right now. Here they come to the stripe. Richard Petty's DPL's will be a welcome dive to the inside pity almost put him up in the graph and Richard petty will win the Daytona five hundred pity crew jumping up and down a bit throat congratulating each other. This Daytona five hundred had it all. Over at turn three we interrupt room kale. Donnie, both out of the cars Bobby brought his car down there. A furious discussion taking place just down below the banks of turn number three. Now, we appears we may have a fistfight. We see drivers at helmet safety. Visuals. Trying to jump in there and separate them as tempers have really flared after this phase incident on the final lap coming into turn number three. They battle on the Brown at this time, and we can't see as others come running into surrounded. Try to separate those driver. This Daytona five hundred is headed all Donnie Allison. And Bobby with his helmet and fire run over there and grab kale by the arm. I'd say if you wanna fight I'm the guy should be fighting. And it's funny morale. Well, I still don't know how Bobby got out of the car that fast that he came out of there. And nobody have to tell me we're going to happen. I was raised with Bobby. I saw that look before I knew what was going on hollered. Donnie, if he wanted asked him if he wanted to ride around to graduate air to the pits, or whatever, and he's nine all discussing Nago on put it in gear start. Going kale started yelling the wreck was my fault. And like, I say have said many times questions ancestry. Three all that final out of McColl was down Indian few in body, drew and stopped. Instead of Donnie when it all started he didn't have independent say though, ever. So it made me mad enough to fight. And that's what I did defense and the fight that ensued became an instant Daytona five hundred classic Richard petty. What us now in the? Richard the doctorate biased against you even racing the day. The doctor told you not to race. And today you come from a long dry streak of over year. What's the feeling is unreal? And to this day considered the most important race in NASCAR history. When we return the eighties marked new era of speed for the Daytona five hundred will hear more about that. As we continue on fifty years of the Daytona five hundred on him are in coming up engine builders made a Mark in the nineteen eighties. Building cars that top speeds. Well, into the two hundreds will have more on that in a moment. This is fifty years of the five hundred on M R N the motoracing network. The voice of NASCAR two legs out in front of the pack esteem ING down behind only one goal. One moment. You're the attacker. The next moment. You're the defender. One dream side by side, for the way, sleet, one tradition to go. It's on here at Daytona can be the great everybody wants a win the great American race. No one ever thought he would contend the win mascot returns in the twenty nineteen season. Begin your seatbelts down. Get ready to get really crazy Daytona five hundred Sunday February seventeen on the motor racing network. Calling all admirers of the king, Richard petty, the FTP Pontiac he had the place for you. Celebrate the life in career of nascar's all time win leader Richard petty head came back in the late seventy for the legend behind the king's famous Brown to thrills and spills that the hall of Famer had over the years city. A sliding slamming long. It's Richard pennies wrote to royalty. And it's available for free. Download on I tunes and M R N dot com right now. Live sports, the one true reality entertainment, where a single dramatic moment can become timeless in NASCAR motoracing networks live broadcasts. Elevates your senses to the site. Sound struggles taking place on the racetracks villain leads the pack. No on every thought he would contend for the win. He's gonna win the sixty th wedding day on a five hour radio to the imagination of the listener tune in to the motorist network. Visit M R N dot com. An affiliate list in your local area. MR ins classic races. Bobby goes around hail Earnhardt watches, the body spun across the line and got the with fifty years of NASCAR racing. After they to the actual event variance voices legendary races. Simply what happened just hope? He chokes on that two hundred thousand that's all I can killing classic races available on Marin dot com. I tunes and your favorite podcast provides a touch. He knocked the hell out of me. M R N celebrates fifty years of Daytona five hundred cover. Here comes Bill Elliott down to win the Daytona five hundred and you know to run around its place for five hundred miles and stay out of trouble feed in sale now back to Jeff struggle and Alex Aiden. Welcome back to fifty years at the five hundred on him are in. I'm Alex say alongside Jeff struggle. You know, Jeff speed has always been something that NASCAR fans of craved when coming today tone for decades, you're right in that speed war began in the nineteen eighties engine builders began to produce more power under the hood which vaulted some of daytona's greatest to the forefront. Here's Fred Armstrong on the constant battle of speed versus safety. Technology flourished in the nineteen eighties the Sony walkman cellphones and intendo gaming system. Meanwhile in the garage teams were following the trend by got one hand on the wheel and the other waving to the crowd at the heads unit. How in? Nineteen eighty buddy Baker won the fastest Daytona five hundred history at an average speed of one hundred seventy seven point six oh to biles, Parral gentleman, buddy. Mcgrath to be choked with emotion after twenty years of trying to Kevin Daytona five hundred checkered flag for buddy bikers. He comes across the start finish line aprty. I've been waiting twenty years to to victory day an air. I have come down with that. Right. Fastest five hundred ever run. Never directed. More. You buy her back in I had to record for couple of years. And now we got it back again if I drive right starlike ad run. Everyday if I could get unprepared like nineteen Eighty-three kale, y'all brew shattered. Nascar's qualifying record at a speed of over two hundred miles per hour. Crashing on his second lap been swapping into the legendary Hardee's restaurant backup com. Nineteen seventy seven and nineteen sixty eight winner of the five hundred qualified on his first of two time trial apps at two hundred plus miles per hour on the second lap new Chevrolet Monte Carlo from Harry erasing, spun in turn three and four the car got airborne flipped hippie outside retaining wall, and was demolished as a result. Yarborough speed is a race propal qualifying and you will start in the eighth position in the Hardy's Yarborough claimed the checkers hardy show car his first back back five hundred victory and the third of four in the great American race. Acre comes out of the inside trying to find somebody to draft with their three y back there for the second. If they come into it will be caled Yarbrough the winter a week ago today you are here at this racetrack with totally demolished race car at that point. Did you think there was any chance at all that you'd be here in victory lane? Well, we never give up. No this the great race. Call great that team. So we can't give up speed continued to ramp up in the late eighties. As Bill Elliott lay down a qualifying lap of two hundred ten miles per hour in nineteen eighty. Seven. The speeds have been ref taking to save at least all week long Bill. Elliott's two hundred ten mile an hour, plus really stood everyone on there. Although it was no surprise to anyone in the field. Descends the banking of number to about ten lead over the second place car of Benny parts of the back straightaway. The twenty ninth annual bait by MacOS kevim Elliott. Jubilation continues in Pirot. Let's go to the their hunting down here early. Congratulations. Tremendous will. Thank you, Barry you want to say. Good Lord hero winning in nineteen eighty eight NASCAR responded. Introducing restrictor plates at Daytona. Lot of unknowns to be entered even though they have run some qualifying races and practice qualified and tested and fine. Tune on the cars losing two hundred horsepower. But a whole different complexion on the race this afternoon. Get a race that saw fifty year old. Bobby Allison become the oldest Dato five hundred winner in history. Inside one last try for Davey Amazon, but he has to talk back in lie. Just behind his dad who was twice winner of the Daytona five hundred Allison wins for the third time in his career right behind him was aiming invisible with this restrictor plate. This seems to be a little bit now on power and dad's engine was really strong. But he drove a heck of a race. You know, he was tough all day long, and we got a hind early and we caught back up and we made a run at him. But we did best. We can do that with second. What a story book finished you. You're young Sunday. Those last few laps what was going through your mind knowing that was back there, and he's a pretty fair rich. He learned from one of the best. Well, I'll tell you what he is a fine young man and tremendous competitor, an awful lot of credit needs to go to Davey and ho- rainier crew for straightening that car out. After getting wrecked at the end the practice yesterday. He drove the wheels off of it all days fine. Young man. I'm proud to say that he bones me Judy the introduction of restrictor plates. Heralded a new era in NASCAR and safety became a high priority gun with a constant speed wars between engine builders, but not. Not forgotten. Final race in the eighties was also extremely interesting. Darrell Waltrip had tried for many years to win the Daytona five hundred and finally in nineteen eighty nine his dream came true trip under power still at third three. I beg vacant. Wall calling the he's on his wife. He could probably coasted from here. He's paneling Labonte the line. Darrell Waltrip rings type Chevrolet across any goes from left one forty four to lap two hundred without a fuel. Stop to this day won't win is filled with controversy as no one knows how he made it so long on fuel bag it the white flag and the things at the amendments barely going, and I go down into I turn and updraft mind. Terry Labonte who was on the tail in Lee laugh and come off turn to thing. Just got a big burst of fuel all at once picked up the fuel and agent cleaned out in took off down the back. And when it did I said man can coast home from here. It was an emotional emotional weekend. Took did the Hickey shuffled dams in victory lane spiked his helmet. Cemented. His legacy in Daytona five hundred history. Coming up one of nascar's best drivers struggled to win the Daytona five hundred and finally paid off s fifty years of the five hundred on 'em are in continues. Coming up biggies love hate relationship with Daytona. This is fifty years of the five hundred on 'em are end the motor racing network. The voice of NASCAR. Here's a special message for those of you who are s at least ten thousand or more in back taxes. The IRS has special programs in place that could eliminate or reduce your tax debt by thousands of dollars. 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Thanks for joining us on this special edition of fifty years of the five hundred on him are in. I'm Alex alongside Jeff struggle here in Daytona Beach, Florida, we continue our March through the heirs of Daytona five hundred Marin history by switching topics to one man and his quest to win the biggest stock car race in the world. Well, how about the word unlucky? Probably the best word to describe Dale earnhardt's career in the Daytona five hundred but it all paid off. Eventually this red Armstrong explains heartbreaks not a factor here misfortune. And bad luck. All characterized Dale Earnhardt JR. Experience in the Daytona five hundred according to Kim squire Earnhardt may have been the best superspeedway driver in history the Daytona speedway and Dale Earnhardt style fitted hand in glove love to go fast. He was a risk taker she was a smart driver that track is which your foot on the floor and hold it there and has been more. So now, but you just don't do that. Now, you are really playing super fast chess game Earnhardt light that kind of thing. And so he flourished in there the thirty four racist. Prove as jackaroo describes Earnhardt had a unique relationship with Daytona. I don't think that there's a driver that love Daytona more than Dale Earnhardt. And hated Daytona more than Dale Earnhardt the love came from just his performance. He loved that racetrack it fit his style. Which was take no prisoners and get your nose up there. And dropping Emma right from the beginning B, probably hated Daytona as well. Because it took him so long to win. The biggest race the great American race in nineteen ninety Earnhardt was leading on the final lap. When disaster struck in turn three now, stretching his lead by another car link over cope, the body had to cope either arch car pulls up tire turn. Number three, Derek down to the inside Tyrian body. Second has Dale Earnhardt slides back into the fourth position up the corner. It's Derek hope but air comes LA Monte. He looks to the inside direct. Cu covers the spot. Earnhardt's? None of factor here. Koop pulled off the challenge of the P. Derek coop. Whims, the Daytona five hundred in a remarkable upset here the world center of rati- Allen makes that call and oh God, I'm going to interview Earnhardt, he's gonna wanna bite the microphone all third. Member. Of our pit coverage grew the chaperone from Denver, North Carolina. Winston Kevin will avai long story short. He could not have been nicer. He was very accommodating when he got out of the car. He's always got. That granny looked at me in at at told some of the other media fell stand over there and ask are getting inspect the car of out soon as I get done with Winston, and the he said you ready to talk. And so we're in victory lane will be down here in a minute. We're talking today. He said, Derek I'm the story today, and he has. Grin on his face. And could not have been nice Earnhardt first of all what happened on that last lap. Well, cut a tire Winston, you know, we just run real good cars this work. I sitting there hoping to get to the star finish line. And we didn't make it. You know, you gotta get check. Winston looted us every year, so nineteen Ninety-one Earnhardt Dedi Alison tangled in the closing laps. To to be signed Alison spins off the racetrack. He slams the door back in the infield. Meanwhile, Ernie urban dodges a bumper that's fallen off another car. He's on his way around the caution. But is Ernie Irvin. Who by virtue of getting back as virtually won the event as Kyle petty will spin back up in turn four what a finish to the Daytona five hundred nineteen Ninety-three and ninety six Dale Jared got the best of Dale Jarrett. Leads Dale Earnhardt off turn four by one Carling back to the checker here. They Karloff turnover for Dale challenge. Got the lead. He goes to the inside her not gonna get Dale Jarrett is going to win, but they taught by steapy Earnhardt second in ninety seven Hendrick motorsports. Dominated the race finishing first second and third while Earnhardt finished for Jeff Gordon begins to receive the ovation for the turn four grandstands as he slips up the corner and heads down the short straight away at back to the chicken flag of the Daytona five hundred but in nineteen ninety eight. The dreams of Earnhardt nation came through so many stories and Utah's wondering how it'll do Earnhardt finally win a five hundred. We could sit here for the next fifteen minutes. Just talk about things for is Dale Earnhardt of canal, North Carolina, two and a half miles around the speedway. Thirty one degree banking of the action over interns one and two and had almost trade seats with this afternoon. Joe more because you're gonna see some excitement out there have to start thinking. Okay. He's been so close so many times he's accomplished so much in the sport. Maybe he's just not meant to win a Daytona five hundred. So I think that there's a lot of who were along the same line of thought that maybe he's just not going to win it they five this is the race for the way to the Daytona five hundred fields in three swings up. The top of Rick Masol that car on the racetrack puts on the block slips per four back to the checkered flag Earnhardt in front of Bobby Labbadia lab guard of the inside rusty Wallace. That Mayfield them Abbadi. Banging for second stripe. Nail Earnhardt comes to the white black. The caution flag and Dan Earnhardt is going to win the Daytona five hundred in his twentieth. Why it may have been one of the best things that ever happened that that Earnhardt did not win before he did that rum role that had gotten louder and louder for American stock car racing came to a peak in perhaps to Chris sendo when he finally won that five hundred it'll be hard coming to the stripe. Finally, alluding the one prize in NASCAR racing that has voted him. The most over here's a lustrous career. There was momentum among those that disliked him as a as a race driver in those that loved him the fact that he tried so hard for so long and in his twentieth. Effort was successful with something that no one could deny. It was a standing ovation from everyone not only on pit road. When all across America with racing fans in general enthusiasts for this guy, named Earnhardt big important thing. Forty charred your thoughts twenty years hard work. I'll tell you good Lord or good day. I tell you we've got a lot of great race fans. A lot of people behind me really only this year where this way his team and win a championship. Dale Earnhardt wins. His first Daytona five hundred. Great Morten world out here. Luna site. It was Earnhardt driving down pit road hand out the window receiving high fives from crew members in fficials culmination. If you will Alex of years of effort that finally paid off Earnhardt, unfortunately, lost his life in two thousand one edition of the five hundred one of the saddest days in the history of not only racing here in Daytona. But also in NASCAR his legacy lives on today in many fours, but also in the form of safety in these race cars drivers have never been safer inside a race car than they are right now due in part to nascar's conscious effort to improve following the loss of big when we return the biggest moments throughout the two thousands wild finishes. Crazy circumstances and Morris fifty years of the Daytona five hundred on 'em Iran rolls on from the world center of racing. Are you ready to help children forget about their serious medical conditions? So they can just be a kid the support victory junction, which is the dream of late race driver. Adam. Petty's wanted to build a camp. Children concentrate on fun and laughter. Not illness. Disability at victory junction. Kids. Enjoyed zip-line horseback riding swimming fishing, all in a medically safe environment. All at no cost to the camper. What do you say Richard petty this new this? Learn more at victory junction dot org. Close finishes and wild circumstances at the turn of the third millennium. This fifty years of the five hundred on are in on the motor racing network. The voice of NASCAR and Maureen dot com. Gentle online audio video and digital content. The latest information on each week's races. Check out the R N dot com. Race defined your local radio station for 'em are in original programming and Camping World truck. It's Finnity monster energy NASCAR Cup series race stations on 'em in dot com. The latest NASCAR news and opinion pieces race schedules, drivers standings and archives of Marin programs Lauren race broadcasts and so much more dot com. Join him R N as we traveled through the life of nascar's most popular driver. Dale Earnhardt junior junior cups back in the Daytona International Speedway leading the Pat one races that I've never thought win growing up under the Earnhardt name to superspeedway winds to whiskey river, we dive into everything Dale jR, bring man from NASCAR history. We weren't the typical family that got to sit down to dinner together into juniors journey available on I tunes. Download only on the motor racing network. Rip the joint to former voices of Usak Dylan Welton Tyler on a ride like no other retail much stories because no one getting too much trouble as the to chat with faces of traditional open-wheel racing. I was four wheels in fluff in hotlanta. My dad actually probably is if you do that again or parking hitch up on episodes and get ready for the ride with rip defense available for free download on itunes, soundcloud, and the podcast app or biddable on 'em, Orrin dot com. From the shores of Daytona Beach, Florida. This is fifty years of the five hundred on 'em r n now back to Jeff St. and Alex Aiden. Welcome back to Daytona International Speedway. Just regal and Alex hade with you. Thank you for joining us tonight on this very special edition of fifty years of the Daytona five hundred on Marin, we now move into the time period of Marin coverage that you, and I have spent most of our career, Jeff we've caught some really crazy finishes and very unique races for sure. Pat, gracing became commonplace. We've had two car tandem racing as Fred Armstrong explains. The Daytona five hundred always creates drama Daytona International Speedway as a way of making memories. And like so many years before the two thousands or no different in two thousand seven fans witness one of history's closest finishes compliments of Kevin Harvick. And Mark Martin. Here comes Kevin Harvick he draws even with Mark Martin side by side for the race lead it for the win. Kevin harvick. How spins bent Kenza, spins. But here comes the race to the Daytona five hundred victory at the stripe. Kevin Harvick it by inches comes out of nowhere. And Kevin Harvick is two thousand seven Daytona five hundred winner, Mark. And I have talked about that a little bit. You know, obviously that was that was the you know, the one race that Mark Martin had never got to win. And that was obviously pretty close moment to to winning the Daytona five hundred. But I went to his dealership, you know, seven or eight years ago and and sign autographs for him. And we talked about it briefly, and instill I mean, I can you know, when you try for so many years. I was fortunate to have won the Daytona five hundred kind of in the middle of my career, you know, five or six years into my career. So it wasn't like this burden that lived over over the top of you like it did with with Mark and Tony Stewart and rusty Wallace. And you know, it's just a it's a hard race to win. So luckily, I don't have to worry about that. And and that was that was that one was definitely one in dramatic fashion. But we've had a few of those through the in two. Thousand eight Team Penske went one two in the fiftieth edition of the great American race. Ryan Newman brings them off turn four for the last time into the triumphal a long dry spell for this driver. He will win the fiftieth Daytona twenty eleven it was the legendary would brothers taking the youngest winner ever Trevor Bayne to victory lane. Now, Chris time off four ever bane playing defense. He's out in fought at age twenty. He's gonna win the fifty third date. Five hundred years craziness ensued, the events won't belong. Elapsed time in history as rain delayed the race from a plan. Green at noon Sunday until late Monday night in primetime. Ultimately concluding in the early Tuesday morning hours after a strange occurrence just about everybody came to pit road. Winston Kelly win on Pablo Montoya left city heard something crack, what isn't he they don't know? Exactly what it is. As soon as he pulled out targets Chevrolet radio said, do we get all four tires only? Fell off the end of the back straightaway. One public Toya's car has blown apart right with the jet floors that were working to the high side of the banking matter of fact, one Pablo has one of the jet dryers at the car has exploded. It's back to Mike Bagley. What exactly was so weird because I was taking a little break. I had a little snack, and I was drinking some water, and I was leaning on my turn position. And my back was to turn three. And all of a sudden, I heard this boom. And I'm like, wait a minute backfire going pass me. I didn't think I happen to turn around. And I look at the bottom of the racetrack. There's one Pablo's car. And then I see a guy on the jet trainers like is there to image there? And then the guy gets out of the truck and he standing on the banking, and then the fuel starting to run down the banking, and I'm like what in the world is going on here. Then all of a sudden that was probably one of the weirdest thing that's ever happened to turn it out, sir. Matt Kins of drove onto win. It was his second Daytona five hundred victory in twenty thirteen Denic. Patrick became the first woman to both start on the pole and lead elaborate role with guy have plane pit stop and see where we end up she made history last Lenny hoping to put an exclamation point on at this afternoon. She does from the poll Jimmy Johnson's started eight lead ninety seven laps and drove on to win. His second Johnson takes his Chevrolet to the racetrack. Dale Earnhardt, jR, will look to the inside of the upside, but he will not get it done. At Jimmy Johnson has won the Daytona five hundred for the second time in his career twenty fourteen saw the dramatic return the iconic number three kon as Austin Dillon won the pin twenty sixteen M R N covered the closest finish in Daytona five hundred history since the introduction of electronic story. To wolf. Denny Hamlin joing up as a race winner to motoracing network's fiftieth broadcast of Daytona five hundred hits the airwaves, Sunday, February seventeen on many of these are in stations and will be on the call Alex of the rates, and it will be an honor. Fred that is for sure thank you. When we return we're gonna preview the sixty first running of the Daytona five hundred as we wrap things up for you here today on fifty years of the five hundred on M R N. From the shores of Daytona Beach, Florida. This is fifty years of the five hundred on 'em are N Pearson. Group have come to the stripe. The winter is car number twenty one and Dale Earnhardt is going to win the Daytona five hundred in his twentieth. Fry forever vein playing defense. He founded at age twenty. He's gonna win the fifty third day of five hundred now back to Jeff St. and Alex Aiden. Thank you again. Fred, and what it has been to kind of take a look back Aleksei at what has been so memorable fifty years of the five hundred here at Daytona through the motor racing network. And now it's really time to kind of refocus, isn't it because the sixty first running of the Daytona five hundred is just days away. Is it as simple as saying if your car will start at the beginning and you take the green flag, and you happen to be around at the end of the race that you've got a shot of winning five hundred. I think that's exactly. The case. And who knows what's going to happen next week in the great American race? But I can tell you every one of these forty drivers that take the green flag in the Daytona five hundred next Sunday are going to be going after glory. They're going to be going after the opportunity to edge their name in the history books. Forever and forever. Be called Daytona five hundred champion. Anyone forty drivers can do it. That's how it works. Here. Daytona you have to survive you have to be around on lap number two hundred that five hundred mile, and you could possibly be a champion. You got Chip Ganassi their their team. You've got Richard Childress in their team. You've got Rick Hendrick. You've got Team Penske. You got Joe Gibbs got Jack, Roush, probably leave somebody out. And those are the big teams if you will the powerhouses of the sport, but again going back in and just looking at driver like a Michael McDowell. If you will. Yes, it could be a powerhouse. But also could be a surprise here. Come Sunday could very well. Be mcdowell's. One of those drivers Bubba Wallace could surprise new. He was going to finish second last year and his first date. On a five hundred bubble Wallace a great plate racer. So it could be anyone of anybody any of these top teams or your these mid tier teams. They've all shown flashes of brilliance to this point here in speed weeks twenty nineteen so quite honestly, I can't tell you who's gonna win this thing. It's going to be fantastic and thrilled to death the weight sale. This plays out have the call the motorist network. When you listen to the programming that we just provided forty nine years. The one thing that all forty nine heading common which dropped the green flag with absolutely no idea who is going to make the headlines come Monday. Would it be a Richard petty? Could it be David Pearson, Taylor and Hart or Dale Earnhardt, jR, that is something that we all live for just hearing the words the Daytona five hundred means so much to so many it really does into the millions of Marin listeners who have been able to listen to the Daytona five hundred for forty nine years as we get set for fiftieth. It doesn't change because they're all race spans. They may have their favorites. They may just want to see a good race the beautiful thing about it. Is you? Me everybody else. That's calling this on Marin here on our fiftieth Daytona five hundred we're all race fans. And we're all excited about this and listening to some of these cuts in these drivers what they've said and telling some of these behind the scene type stories all's that's don't as fire me up. And I can't wait. I can't either in a quick thank you to all of the voices that you heard here on the fiftieth running of the Daytona five hundred so many memorable moments that you've heard and and hopefully -joyed with us along the way. Thank you Armstrong. Amazing as always coming up on Sunday again our airtime. One thirty the great American race. The sixty first running of the Daytona five hundred now for Alex mine is just regal. Thanks for joining us. Wait here on the motor racing network. The fifty years of the five hundred on are in was written and produced by Tyler Burnett. Production of the motor racing network under an exclusive license agreement with NASCAR in a use of the accounts descriptions in this broadcast. I must be with the express written permission of NASCAR. And the motor racing network.

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Arline Warwick

Living Regret Free

22:35 min | 1 year ago

Arline Warwick

"Hi, everyone. This is Dr Carson, welcome to living regret free a program that shows you how to live a better and more joyful life. As an added bonus. I invite you to listen to an introduction to my mindset matters program, which ties into this sub. Well, go to WWW dot SOB, mindset dot com, it's free. And I know you will enjoy it if you'd like to contact me personally drop me a line at Gail Carson thirteen at g mail dot com. Or go to my website, WWW dot spunky old broad dot com. And sign up for my weekly newsletter. Hi, everyone. I am Gail Carson. And I have a great guest today. Arlene Warwick, she empowers entrepreneurs and nonprofits to reach higher to accomplish what they dream about after learning from her own experiences in years of research. She now guides businesses through a system that reveals the easiest approach to finding corporate sponsors that are the best match for them. Well, I'll tell you, Arleen. First of all, welcome. Thank you so much. I fell pre sheet your new inviting me back again, I know I was on your show once before and it was a nice surprise that you contacted me. And I thank you very much. Well, I'll tell you. We know you have a business on how to find sponsors. But we also know that you are into helping people live a better life and accomplishing their dream. So when you look at things everything today is changing so change is probably one of the most difficult things for anybody to acknowledge or really accept. So how important do you think it is to be open to change? Well, you know, it's kind of forced upon you. Sometimes I have had so many changes in my life, and they weren't always of my choice. But when change happens, you just pretty much have to accept it and go with it go with the flow, otherwise, you're just fighting it, and there's really not a whole lot. You can do about it. So unless you just kind of want to hide under the bed covers and not really take part in what's going on around. You you have to just, you know, accept it and change with it and not get too upset about the change. And just let it come naturally. Well, it's true. Most changed the happens. We do not shoes. It just is thrust upon us. So you know, what is something about you? That has never changed since you were little. Well, I've always always loved animals and the environment since I was really little I used to like to play with bugs, and I've always taking care of sick and hurt and injured animals. So that has always been with me that is that is my heart's desire is to help animals and the environment. We all your third eye. Really how was that? How what does that have to do with sponsorships? Well, I, you know, I always like to animals, and I was doing some work with some as volunteer with some of the groups here where I live in Daytona, Daytona Beach, and we're doing some trap neuter release with the feral cat and my niece called me one day. And she goes Arlene, I don't what to do. I don't know. What to do you've got to get your right now. And I could just hear her voice. She was like trembling, and I knew it wasn't going to be good. So I got my car dreading it the hallway, and I get to this old fish camper. She is. And there were like there were Steve cats who are like forty cats, and it we're in the middle of July in Florida. So it was not a pretty sight. It was it was horrible. I was horrified. So there are these little kittens that were like they had featherweight bodies that were like three inches long and their head. Ads were like big dense golf balls. They could hardly hold them up because they were so malnourished. So I didn't know what to do. I just started picking them up and putting them in my pocket. And that's when I realized that we were not doing enough at all, you know, we didn't have enough toner and energy money manpower to really take care of another four to cap. So I did back and said, well, how come some businesses, and some coaches and entrepreneurs and some organizations, you know, how come they really excel and block them and bloom, and who really well, while others just kind of reach a plateau and stay there, and they never really grow. So I started doing my research, and I found that companies businesses and nonprofit to like the ones that were doing really well had corporate. Money, backing them say corporations giving them money and in kind gifts, and partnering them sponsoring, you know, partnering with them and sponsoring them. So that's one I went to work on and decided, well, we'll get sponsors to. So we did that. And we were in there. I was going along helping my groups and then I decided on doing this. I need to her need into a business and make some money and also teach other people how to do it because a wrong of people are not aware that they can get sponsorship money. So that's that's how it all began. Fantastic. Well, so you've got this business where you're you're helping people find sponsors for what they do on. How they do it. What would you say would be the three most important things for you to be happy? Happy with my business or just happy in life. Whenever I think I think they're intertwined. Yeah. Yeah. I pay so community happy. I would like to really be able to like I said helped animals and the environment and row my business. So I am able to do this and grow the business to show others because there are so many people drug dealing, and they you know, they use other own money to grow their businesses. They use they're working on the time. And they don't they really don't have time to enjoy life. When you start a new business. So I really liked to be able to help other show them what to do through that I'm helping because I'm able to do some more supportive things for the animals and the environment. That's still your passion. And that's where you are happiest. I know I'm happiest when I'm surrounded by my animals. I mean, there's no I mean, they must me they called me a lot of aggravation. And I do put up with a lot more from them than I ever would with my kids. But you know, I do love being with them. So when when you have been doing all of this, and you've been looking at everything, what do you think is important in terms of the company that you keep do you choose certain people to surround yourself with do you work with certain clients that you prefer to work with how does that work out for you? Well, I have found that I just can't be around negative people that are always giving excuses because they it seems to me that everybody has problems, and you can't dwell on them. So, you know, I've just started this business about two years ago, and I've run into so many road blocks not knowing what to do how to do it, you know, technology, and so on so I really wanna be around people that are up the that are who ones that have the desire to grow, and that are pretty much unstoppable and have decided that they are going to make their businesses or their nonprofits work, or you know, my friends too. I don't wanna be around people that drag me down because it's so easy to be to get into that drama and negatively, and so I have a lot of friends that some of them. My just kind of have to do better distance. Sometimes I know what you're saying. I I mean, I I do know people who are I mean every remark out of their mouth is negative. You know, so so if you if you could transport yourself to the happiest place in the world, where would it be for you? Oh my goodness. That's the easy one. It would be an thousands and thousands of in the middle of thousands and thousands of acres of a wildlife, preserve where I was able to plant, you know, trees, and I was able to care for some of the injured animals, and it was just like, you topiary animals, and plants and everything, you know, maybe you need to be a forest ranger. Well. I don't wanna really have to. I don't like to rough it though. That's the thing. I I've wanted to be in this in this middle of this wildlife, preserve, but I still want to have my comfortable bed. Are you want to go camping in a winnebago? Right. I know I always say that myself. I'm not one that likes to go camping. But if I'm gonna go camping it's going to be in a winnebago. That's for sure. So. What happens when you're having a bad day? How do you change that to become happy? Okay. Well, I learned a long time ago from someone to you know, if you have problems if you have troubles and things that are in your mind, just to take them all put them in a suitcase and throw them out to sea. And they're always there you to retrieve whenever you want to have problems. He could just go open this that you can you know, it's rolling along on the wave. You can go get it open it and you'll have all your problems back. So I've learned to just have to I just learned to ignore a lot of the things that bother me that I can't do anything about I've had, you know, difficulties in my life. And and I realized that if if he can't change these situations don't dwell on them, just, you know, move on move on to something else. Do the best you can. 'cause there's always going to be something, you can't change and interns. Sometimes it's not so easy to accept. But you have to work toward accepting it or you have to just work toward not to welling on it. And not thinking about it all the time. So do you think you push yourself enough or do not push yourself or do you push yourself too much, or what do you think you do in your own life? That's a funny question. Because it's it's almost like a love hate relationship. When you start a new business to play one day one day things are going great the next day. You're like, oh my gosh. You know, everything you can think of is is not working out. And that's when it's time to take a break. But I think I think, you know, sometimes I think I push myself more than I should and other times, I think I'm not pushing myself enough. So I think there's a fine line between too much and not enough. And you just kinda have to get that balance. Because you know, if if you do too much, it's it's not good for your health. And if he do too little it's really easy to get lazy and just stay there. So do you think there's something in particular that you learned and that you apply when you are having worries? Because let's face it. When you're in business, not everything goes smoothly. I mean, you say as you said, yes, this is a list of victory and then the phone rings or food you get an Email or something and disaster broaches. So you know, what what do you think? What do you do when something like that happens is there that you've earned? Just today. I was I was looking through one of the groups I'm in and I saw hall bunch of people. You know, oh they were doing so well amid doing in doing great may getting new clients. And so I sat there and thought oh my gosh. You know, it's been a con for me. It's been the past week or so it's been a little bit rough. And I started to think, you know. Oh my gosh. I'm not this is not working for me. But then you know, you just have to snap out of it. And I just said to myself everything's okay. It's all gonna work out. Just because I'm not, you know, keeping up and being able to get my clients right at this moment, like they have, you know. That's okay. They'll come. I just have to say steady in steadfast and just keep going and going and going this. When you start a new business. You want everything to happen? Real fast. Then we have to realize that it's hasn't you know, it takes time. So what's the biggest stumbling block you think you've had in business? Technology technology is to as you know, from from a previous conversation. We had. Yeah. So, you know, the thing is the older you get the more technology is difficult. You know, if you've probably handed what you needed to do to three year old debut able to do it. I know one time I was trying to get my granddaughter on the phone, and or Email or something or or whatever it was. I couldn't get her. It was because her two and a half year old had figured out how to put her phone on WI fi. And she was busy. You know, getting all the stuff that she wanted to see on wifi, and I couldn't get through to her on the telephone now when you were two and a half, and I was two and a half. This was not going to be. And so in fact, I was grew up in the times that there was party lines. There were four people on my Delvaux online. So, you know. It's just interesting because there's things that come so naturally when they're tiny. And there's stuff that as we get older is more difficult to learn. So, but we have to do a sales job we have to do a sales job on ourselves and keep going because there are a lot of things that are going to test us all the time. So if where do you see Arlene in another couple of years, where do you see her where do you see you personally, where do you see yourself in business where where do you see Arlene? Well, I see myself purchasing some land some quite a bit of acreage. So that I can preserve it for animals. I see myself helping helping some of my friends that have that take care of unwanted pets being able to give them some funding. So that they can expand their their efforts in and build a better in a one of one of my friends is trying to build a shelter. So being able to help her with that in business. I like to see gosh, I. I would like to see myself being able to do a lot more with programs and and events having events. Like, I I am speaking now and a lot of networking, but I would like to myself putting on some of my own events. Interesting. Very very interesting. Very nice. So. Since we talk about living regret free on this show. And also have a business which makes it sometimes difficult to live regret free because you're trying to keep hearings above water, and you're trying to always get new clients. And you're trying to do the right job for your clients. What would you say is are the two or three techniques that you use in a day that allow you to say, you know, this I'm doing well, I'm going to get ahead. This to shelf s of what are some of the skills that you use to get yourself in this better place. A run of self talk. Just, you know, reassuring myself that. This will work unfortunate enough that I don't like all my friends are retiring, and I'm just starting a new business. So I'm I'm fortunate enough where I don't really have to go out there, it it works both ways. I don't really have to work as hard as as if I need really really needed. A rod, you know, needed money on not starving. I'm pretty comfortable on the other hand. I think that's to my detriment. Because I I think when you are desperate. That's the best motivation. He can have to build your business. So kind of works both ways there. But I think knowing that I have the security of a home, and so on and bills paid it really helps, you know, loosen the burden in my mind that if if I some not doing everything today like I wanted to there. So we you're still tomorrow I can do tomorrow. So that helps a lot and I met as paid. I I do know some little meditations throughout the day. And and reassure myself. I read a lot of self-help books. I listened to you all kinds of self help on TV in my car. And I just, you know, don't allow negative to get my mind when they start creeping in. I realized that and then I kind of you know, push him out, but they're always going to creep in. So it's just the fact that you have to say no from not going to let this happen. Show. How what what on earth disaster you to go into this particular business strictly because you found out that some of the people who are working with animals had people who helped them. Yeah. I wanted to go into the business. So I could make money. So I could support some of my animal rescue groups. And so that they could also get support. And then it branched out into wanting to help other groups and people that were struggling that didn't realize that they could get they could connect with corporations because so many people think their to their businesses too small. They're not known on their two new, but the money is there, but people aren't trying it because they don't know where to look or they don't know how to look for it, and you know, your connections determine how much money make. So I'm trying to help them make some connections. Interesting. Very very interesting. So. Do you have something that you would like to offer to our listeners? I mean, do you have something that a freebie of some sort that they might enjoy getting from you? Yes. I do. I have a list of one hundred different corporations and contact information. 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Why Social Media and Being Strategic Is Important With Dede Watson

Women Worldwide

42:53 min | 1 year ago

Why Social Media and Being Strategic Is Important With Dede Watson

"You're listening to episode two hundred eight of women worldwide. How much social media is too much social media? And how do you know where you should join the conversation? And if you're participating the right way, I've got a guest today who can help you. Stay tuned to learn more. Hi, I'm Deirdre Breckenridge. I've spent an entire career helping women to share stories nurture relationships were of their brands, but most of all to find their voices. So they can make a difference. Do you feel stuck do? You wanna power up your own voice women role y features stories of passionate women who have navigated big career challenges. And some of the toughest changes. These professionals offer deep insights and advice to inspire you. And to help you uncover. What's holding you back? Let women worldwide ignite your passion, SUV you can excel in life. Hi, everyone. Welcome to another episode of women worldwide. Thank you so much for tuning into the show every single week, you're helping us to power up the voices of our guests and to share their incredible journeys and all the work that they're doing. We really appreciate how you're helping to grow the women worldwide network. All right. Let's dive into today's show, and my special guest who has a unique story to share a she started out selling furniture for about sixteen years, and then made this big pivot to becoming an entrepreneur the social media strategist and consultant joining me on the show today is dean Watson and was really funny as I met db on Twitter. So she is true to her brands Dini founded a social media marketing company called turn it social she loves to work with personal brands as well as small to mid sized companies, helping them Bill business with fresh creative social media strategies. She is recognized as one of the top social media influencers in the world's were so happy to have her on the show and she's also listed as an exclusive Forbes, top fifty social media power influencers. There's a lot that I could share about D, but it's so much better. When someone shares their story with use of DNA, it's great to have you on my show. Welcome. Thank you. Dear dra. I'm so honored to be here with you today. I'm really excited. Oh, well, I'm excited to chat with you. So a lot of no us being together his been on Twitter DeeDee, and I see you on Instagram. So it's really great to be able to talk. I'm going to pick your brain. So all those women worldwide listeners can understand why social media and being strategic isn't portent. So before we get to that tell us a little bit about how you went from selling furniture to social media consultant strategist in Forbes, top fifty social media power influencer gives the back story while I started sewing furniture in Daytona Beach. And I was after about ten years, I guess about ten years of selling furniture. I was really pretty burned out. So I started looking online for different opportunities things to do that I could kind of pivot from working for someone to having my own business. And so it was a slow process. It seems like it happened very quickly. But it really took. I think about let's say five years, and I. Started developing websites. That's a long story behind that. I won't take on that. But through trying to promote my websites. I realized that I had to do some creative advertising. And at the time social media was really pretty new because this goes back. Let's see we seven eight about ten eleven years. Yes. So she was really in its infancy. And so I started actually on my space promoting myself, and I then moved to Twitter, which was maybe a year or two old at the time. And it was just kind of crazy people started talking to me on Twitter and asking me about my social media services. And at the time, I really had no interest in providing services for social media. But I started to realize that I was really enjoying it and love chatting with people on Twitter. I spent a lot of time on Twitter I worked full time in the mornings. And at night, I was on Twitter, and it's really through Twitter that began my social media career. Well, it's no surprise. We met on Twitter. What's really interesting about this Didi? I mean, it's fascinating that you went from the sales job. And you do hear a lot about burn out when you're in that kind of position, but you were on social media, not even intending to fulfill a need and people came to you asking for help. That's the best kind of way to grow into build your business from that point how long did it take to officially say. I've got a company I am an entrepreneur. Helen was that I would say from about two to three years, I was working doing small social media services. But we're really started scaling it. I'd say it's about it was about three years. So it took a while it didn't happen overnight. And did you ever as you were going? Through those steps to launch your company in build it up in fulfilling this social media, strategy Mead were you? Nervous. Did you ever? Did. You always know you're on the right path because you've got was telling you how you feel it while I was really passionate about it. And what happened was it's kind of a funny story. Now wasn't at the time. Somewhat hired me fulltime not making a ton of money. But enough where I could leave my job and pay my bills. So I quit my job and a week after I started working with this person. She had a radio show in New York City. She decided to discontinue her radio show. I fortunately, I had a little money saved. And I always tell people if you're going to venture out into the world of entrepreneurship, you really need to have a plan you need to have some money saved. And so I really had nothing when I stopped working with this this lady, I had no one airing. So it just whatever whatever somebody was looking out for me within a month or two I started getting clients and. The rest is what you see now that just kind of happened very quickly after that. That's a really tough situation to be in where you leave. Maybe a secure position. Like, you said you go to this radio show. And then it isn't. And all of a sudden you have to kick it into high gear or the universe aligns and opportunities happen. You know, they say one closes another opens. But d- what I'm hearing. What I'm feeling is you share that was that you really you must have been stepping out of your comfort zone is that the daily cadence entrepreneur. But you have to and for me, it's a little bit more difficult because I'm very much an introvert. I think we talked about that before. And so I think a lot of people in social media are a little bit more social than I am. I preferred being behind the computer. So I'm really stepping out now because I'm promoting my own brand more instead of other people's friends, although I still work with clients, and I also do consulting. I'm promoting myself more now. So that's been a huge step for me. Lee. Do it really. Well, I think you are a role model and an example of how to be fresh and creative and authentic on social media. So you know, what what you see from person online through their social channels should be exactly the same any touch point. Whether you're in person, and I think that really comes through for you Dini, at least in my my experience. So I'm glad you're stepping out of your comfort zone. Yeah. It's it's challenging still doing videos and starting to advertise now and promote my brand it's it's not easy for anyone. I think everyone struggles with that it's much easier to talk about other people and promote other people. But when you're really from yourself, you've got to be very introspective, and it's very hard to. I think to really do that. And not be hypercritical. Which is not good either. So high. Hypercritical? This is a really good point that you're making you can't get a video out. If you're going to be hypercritical, and you know, d- that everything is real time. And we are trying to you're gonna put out there would happening, and what's relevant so being hypercritical could hold you back for days could hold you back for weeks, and then your your window of opportunity, isn't there anymore? So how you not be hypercritical? I don't know if I'm the one to really. I'm working on it. I think you just have to at some point. I'll do edit after edit, especially when I was creating my courses in at some point. You just got to say, okay. This is good enough. And I also have other people I reach out to and my wonderful partner in life. And I'll also share with him what I'm doing. He's a very good judge of I think my work. I trust him completely. I will reach out to other people on ask them. Does. This look. Okay. Do I sound? Okay. Because because I never feel that I I do the job that I really want to. I never feel that. It's the way I want it to turn out. So I really have to some point CEO. Okay. Just release that that stress I have and that exile about my up kind of a perfectionist and just say, okay. This is this is fine. It's going to work because I think other people are not going to in fact, I know other people are not going to judge you the way you judge yourself. Right. They don't even notice that do a lot of training with executives with their speaking. With media interviews, and what's interesting is that what you plan. It's okay that if it doesn't come out exactly the way that you planned it because nobody knows when you're on stage. And you're presenting something if you miss the small P no-one knows so you can't punish yourself. But it's gonna come. Out anyway. And I think that what you shared about having people around you. I do the same thing. I mean, there's endless times I will turn to my daughter. Megan be like, what do you think of this video or I was going to share? I rely on my husband is well, so that that's a really it's great to have people that you can turn to. So that's important. I would love to know. And I'm sure the listeners wanna know is. Well, what do you think makes a successful entrepreneur? Oh, gosh. I for me. I think it's the ability to have structure and in your business and to be able to some people are not disciplined. And if you're not disciplined, I think it's very difficult. We all struggle with that somewhat. But I think that you are able to get up in the morning you have to not get distracted by television. Telephone your text messages and social media incident social media, which is hard in my all, right? So there's so many things that go into it one thing that people. Well, for me, I thought well, I would have a little more time as an entrepreneur once I got my business going, but I think it's understanding that you are probably going to work a lot sometimes more than when you are working for someone when you have a what they call a real job. So there's so many things that go into being a successful entrepreneur. And I think really it's subj-. Elective thing too. I for me about providing. The services for my clients. That they're expecting to. Being dedicated to what I'm doing to being passionate about it. I think if if you're not passionate about what you're doing. Then you're not going to be successful everything that you said from serving to passion to structure and discipline. This has to be a part of the entrepreneur's world. Absolutely. There is this interesting flexibility that I find, but that doesn't mean that I'm not working the flexibility. I think comes where you might be able to carve out a piece of your day to do something else other than your business, but you might be working at night until eleven o'clock. I feel like you can design your day in a sense in that makes for a healthier. I I don't wanna use the word balance. Because I don't really know if there is a what the work life. Balance is entrepreneur, there's more of his bland, but I agree with you. On your successful points. As an entrepreneur. Is there anything that? You've learned about yourself a through this process that maybe you didn't realize before earlier in your career. I think that I've learned that. I can actually the businesswoman. Because I never had the confidence when I was actually working for someone. I never thought that I could -ccomplish what I have so far. So it it's it's very impounding. And being someone that is more of an introvert, and is more in the shy side. It's really empowered me to be able to step outside of my comfort zone more than I could have when I was actually working for someone else. That's great. I mean, I know that. There's a lot of women out there who can truly appreciate that. And, you know, being an introvert of I think that you're also inspiring many people to know that, you know, it's it's okay. It's good to be an introvert doesn't mean that you can't communicate. It doesn't mean that you're not creative that doesn't mean that it's would limit you in in any way, shape or form. So I'm glad to hear you say that. You've come out to realize your your success says a business woman, and that you're using maybe being an introvert as a away to excel in a sense because I do think being reflective and taking time to yourself actually creates a better social environment around us. How do you feel about that? I agree. I agree. Awesome. So what is it? What is it about being a social media consultant that gets you excited makes you really happy? I'm of mentoring people, and even though I've enjoyed providing services and I still provide services for clients. I am really enjoying doing more consulting and mentoring people because I'm loved seeing people succeed and helping people, and that's where I get the the biggest satisfy action is seeing the results and when you're actually providing services. Many times it takes it's a longer process. But when you're consulting people you see almost daily when I'm consulting people. I can see the changes that they've made and how it's helping them. And that's where I really get the most satisfaction. I love it. Yeah. And when it comes to seeing changes daily, we also live in a world that with younger generations who are so used to instantaneous the ability to go online get anything that must be a deed. That's out there. Right. I don't know. I feel like growing up in communications years and years and years ago, you could not see the daily changes in you would not be able to report on them. And that was much tougher for the executives that were hiring you to be able to buy a little bit more and understand truly your value. So with daily changes that seeing value every day. Exactly. So if you you know, you've talked about your transition feeling like you could be a businesswoman. You didn't realize that before and you're having success in? Your career as an entrepreneur, you mentioned developing courses, what's maybe some challenges. Now that you might wanna share and how do you tackle challenges? I would say even now it's scaling because now I'm I'm going more into the consulting versus the actual client services. And so it when you change your business model, it does take time to scale. So I think that's my biggest challenge right now creating ads. Do you wanna talk about champion? Really? My biggest one right now is Facebook ads. I don't know if you've seen some of my posts over the past few days, but Facebook is making it very challenging for small and mid size marketers to advertise and get ads approved. I'm actually working with a company, and we're having trouble getting my ads approved. So and I'm talking about very nice ads. There's nothing controversial about them Facebook, unless you're spending a lot of money with Facebook, it's becoming difficult to actually advertise. That's really tough because you know, so many times. All businesses were leaning on the fact that social media levels the playing field and that being able to advertise to tap into the vast many people that Facebook reaches to make it tougher. That's really hard. Is there anything I know Facebook advertising? Is really good and it works when you put your money into it or their other places perhaps that small businesses your clients would be able to advertise that would be more cost effective that would still get the same results. Well, I think that that utilizing a Twitter to make connections. I'm not talking about paying for ads, but just actually, you know, developing a community, and I'm sure you know, you've you've done very well with Twitter as well. Connecting with people. That's where I got most of my clients actually at the beginning and Instagram, I think Twitter Instagram have the biggest reach right now. Facebook it's becoming difficult unless you advertise, but you can snow do free advertising just by building communities on Twitter and Instagram Instagram is wonderful for brands and I'm starting to get quite a bit of clients from Instagram just from organic post. Oh that that is great to hear. I mean, I can certainly appreciate as a small business. And there's lots of small business owners out there listening that the ability to be on Instagram to have that tremendous reach and to create connections and impact that lead to possible clients and not have to worry about the big spin on Facebook. Well, that's all whole new door. That's opened Didi. I'm going to ask you to hold your thoughts. Just for a moment. We're going to take a super quick freight to give some love to our sponsor pure performance communications. And when we get back, we're gonna dive into the back into the discussion with Dini. And talk more about social media and her work. Creating brand loyalty requires unique rent of strategic communications and innovative technology. Yesterday's Niks won't work today. You have an opportunity to expand your communications approach with fresh creative ineffective ways pan, Roku brand poise new to interact with more value in need pure performance communications work with you to audiences from the wariness action. You you'll force the greater engagement import Schwanke relationships along the way British help you uncover. What's holding you back in help you to carve out marketing PR rule meant to success? Visit us at pure performance com dot com. That's pure performance. Com with two EDS com back to Moore wide. Dear to record. I'm Deirdre Breckenridge. Welcome back to the show. I've been chatting with Didi Watson about her business and her work as a social media consultant and strategist, so let's dive back into our discussion. So he Dini we were certainly going over your pivot from what you were doing before in sales to being an entrepreneur on some of the challenges, you know, as a business owner, you mentioned scaling. So let's talk a little bit. Because what you do is all about technology. We always very savvy with technology to come naturally before social media. Oh, absolutely. Not. And I'm not able lineal. So I didn't grow up with computers and technology as it exists today. So I was actually very intimidated by computers. And when I started sewing furniture, for example, I was thirty six years old. I had never worked on a computer. So it was extremely intimidating for me to actually have to learn how to use a computer just basic things. So it's been a slow evolution. I today. I'm still not extremely tech savvy. And even though I read sites most of what I did I I had to sub out. So I didn't do most of actual hands on. So I can't say, I'm really tech savvy. So that I do delegate to other people when I create most are, wait. It's it's good to. You know, what you you feel really good about doing what you excel at versus. What you need to have somebody else. Do. That's also part of being entrepreneur. Sure. Sure. And that's been a hard thing for me to do to delegate, but I'm getting much better at releasing the anxiety about letting people do even non tech jobs. It just having people work with me on projects used to make me very nervous because I always wanted to have my hands in it. But I'm a morning slowly to trust people a little more and just kind of release that anxiety of feeling like I have to do everything myself. He, and I I think this really important because also there is so much to do on the technical side. The details of all these platforms in from the monitoring the listening to the tracking to the creative that you have to do doing everything. I mean my gosh. You wouldn't be able to sleep. I'm sure you value your sleep. Absolutely. Yeah. When you were on you said thirty six selling furniture, having, you know, not being on a computer when you first started to get on the computer when you first started learning, and you advanced in technology, did you mean any to this day? I still go to YouTube. If you wanna learn something, you can go to YouTube, and there's a video on it. You have to make sure of course, it's a credible. Good source. That's teaching you. But do you learn visually through hearing or just putting your hands on it? And doing it kind of learner you both. I can't just hear something and remem-, retain it and be able to I think a lot of people are like that and be able to absorb and and be able to. I don't have that type of memory. So I have to visually to see it and hear it. And then a pause, and then I'll I'll if I'm doing a how to video and then I'll, you know. Try to correct, especially if it's something I'm doing online, try to correct it. And then I'll go back and listen to a little bit more. I can't just listen to a video and then try to absorb it. I have to do it little by little. Rubel little so that a little bit personally to how you feel. There's social media for business in. I know we talked about how you work with businesses. And you also promote yourself in the work that you're doing. But personally as Devi Watson the individual. How do you feel about social media, and you ever just get to the point where you're like? Oh my gosh. If I don't unplug by mine's going to explode. Oh, absolutely. Because I'm I start early in the morning six in the morning. I'm in bed on my phone checking Instagram responding on Instagram creating post on Instagram. Sometimes I'm there Deirdre two hours. I'm working, but I'm in bed. And all of a sudden, I realized this is ridiculous. I've got a bad start my day. And even though I'm working. It's not healthy. So now is is that the first thing that you do this at supreme is pull your phone. Yes. And that's the last thing I do at night. Well, I the last couple months I've tried to change course, a little and I'm now reading before I go to sleep but used to be the last thing was my phone, and it wasn't healthy. So I realized that in on the weekends. I'm on my phone quite a bit too on Instagram and Twitter. So yeah, it's too much. And I think sometimes you know, when I'm reflecting. I realized that it's it's not only not healthy. But in my really being productive, if I'm just constantly checking my phone and checking my phone and my being productive, or is this just kind of an addiction that we have that. Now, it's not necessary in dean here you being present in your interactions. Let's say on a weekend. And you're on your phone, and there's things going on around your world in people you love, how present are you if your phone is right there, and you're just a touch away from Instagram. Well, I would say that that is a problem. And sometimes when I'm at dinner, having a nice dinner, I pull the phone out. And I'm militiamen do that. And I know that it's not respectful. It's it's it's rude. So I'm trying to change that. If I go out for dinner, I try to leave it in the car. My phone were sometimes leave it at all the big actually leave it at home needed at home. Yeah. I mean, I've been trying to carve out time. So there's certain times that I check emails now used to be grab my phone in any minute be checking emails always being on Twitter. To make sure we'll my gosh client students who ever needed something. But now, it's more specific times. And I think even people know when I'm on Twitter, and they ask questions around times that I show up. Could you see yourself doing that? Or is it too hard? Yeah. I mean, I try now I'm trying not to. Check. My Email fifteen twenty times a day. But I have certain times that I'm on social media, and I'm trying to. Restrict them a little bit. So that I'm not in and out all day long. Because I feel like you're not productive that way. So I'm trying. It's not a good. I hear some of those studies that are coming out saying when you're multitasking you're actually doing a disservice to yourself. That's true. It really is true. Right. So what about let's get into some tips. Because here you are we have this incredible social media consultant strategists could you give listeners some tips about Instagram. Maybe some tips about Twitter. Sure. Absolutely. I think every platforms different. And one thing that I see is. I see people that are sending automated tweets that go out in Facebook messages a Facebook post that they go out to Twitter and Facebook, and sometimes they just don't look organic or natural. So I think that every platform is different. And you have to. Strategize. When you're actually creating content for a specific platform Instagram is much more visual. Even though I think Twitter is to people like to see images and Facebook. But Instagram's extremely visual. And I think that if you have a business, especially which most of us that are actually a lot of are on Instagram today are actually trying to promote either ourselves or products or services that you have to really be strategic when you're posting in that you have to maybe not post every single personal photo that you would put on Facebook, but have a business account for Facebook and Instagram and really start micro targeting. So if you want to maximize your your post and not spend all day long on Instagram really microtarget and think about what is going to reach your target audience how they're going to perceive it. To be a little more, personal and your postings. Are some I think tips that will really help people. Use hashtags that's very important. But I think if you have for any exactly Instagram, you can post up to thirty hashtags, and I recommend that just make sure they're targeted hashtags. And this year, especially video is going to be very important, especially for marketers to use video in their marketing strategy, but I could go on and on with tips. So I want to follow up question. So you said post up to thirty hashtags on Instagram, but they have to be relevant. How does somebody also for all you listeners out there who are posting to Instagram, and maybe you're not quite using that number of hashtags Didi? How can our listeners find the right hashtags and know that they're good hashtags for conversations that make sense that they can add to their posts you can go to the explore page in a hashtag that is related to your business or to your interest or what your target audience, and then when you type it in under tags on the explore page. You're going to see related tags, and you can go in and you can very quickly create hashtags from related tags. Then you want to vet the hashtags and make sure that they're. Not too popular or that, they're not visible at all. So I always tell people make sure tags are around anywhere from around five thousand post to around half a million. Meaning that that that particular hashtag has been used between five hundred thousand or between five thousand five hundred thousand times in less. You have a lot of followers in a lot of engagement. If you're selecting hashtags that are extremely popular in have millions of post attached to them, you're really not going to get any visibility. Because anything you post that visibility is going to be gone in a flash. So I tell people to really vet their hashtags make sure they're related to their brand or their business or their audience target audience and make sure that you're using the thirty hashtags because it will benefit you, and it will really increase your reach and your visibility. And engagement to exactly right will Mike so comment. Exactly. What you're looking for is. You're looking for new people to see your content. So that's what you're looking for with hashtags. The other thing that I want to caution people is to not use the same hashtags in every post you want to rotate them. So if you will because. There's the possibility of being shadow band. And there are some people say that it doesn't exist. But I believe it does. It's happened to me I used to use the same hashtags, and eventually I started losing engagement and it just dropped off drastically. So I was told just delete all your hashtags from all of your post, and it will reset nephew days. And that's what happens. So what I do. Now is I have a probably one hundred and fifty two hundred hashtags I will add hash tags to a post then the next sale at at different different set of hashtags and after three or four days, I will just wipe them out and start over. So that. You don't run that risk of being shadow band? So you go back into the post were the edit function, and you just kind of wipe out all those hashtags. I do you can you can have them either in the post or you can have them in the comment area. I forget ad them in the post. I add five dots. So that, you know, my hashtags aren't jumbled up with my actual caption. And then I. Just post them with the hashtag in the caption area. If you add them into the common area, and you make a mistake or you want to maybe you want to keep some of the women there. But you don't wanna keep them. All you gotta start all over again as you edit your comment. I believe is that something Instagram do think will ever change giving us the ability to edit comments or they do that. For a reason you can't. You know? I just I find it interesting that you can't edit comments you mentioned video being very important. Are you talking about people doing more Instagram lives doing videos for their stories? Maybe I g TV. What do you think is important? Well, it's all important. I think that we really have to get more comfortable with doing video I g TV is a little bit painful right now, you're not getting the visibility. Probably that you'd like. However, I would say that when I do I've done several IGT videos, and I've found that most of the people that are viewing my videos are not friendly following me, which is very strange you can use hash extreme options as well. And your GT videos, but you'll find that or I find that the majority of people that view, my videos are not following me. So that's a way to get new people viewing your content, and hopefully sure than following you and engaging and becoming part of your community. Videos, the videos that I do on my feed a couple of them have done very well in a couple of them have not done as well as I wanted. Some types of video do extremely well. For example. I have a client when we do exercise videos. I have several clients that are in fitness, they tended to extremely well, some people that do motivational videos, they amazingly. Well, so it really depends on the content. I think as to you know, how successful they're going to be. And I think doing stories of doing when you creating a video creating a nice story behind it tends to help to videos and stories do well, I create crazy videos and put them in my stories, and they very well. Which it it's a lot of fun. I hope everybody checks them out. Do you have any favorite resources platforms apps that you're using to help you with what you're doing or even personally that you wanna share a four stories, which I think are really important. There's over half a million people that are actually engage using or engaging in stories daily. So I didn't say s at half a million. I'm sorry five hundred million people daily stories, so that's huge. I use in shot to create longer videos and to at stickers to my my score. I love using vid stitch if I'm trying to add multiple images or images and video which is a lot of fun to add into my stories. Pick post play is great. And I love story art, if you want to create great visuals in your story story art is. Is amazing. You can you can add you could do video and images, you can do all video or you can do just pictures, but you can create some really beautiful stories, and they have amazing template. So that your if you if you wanna really have that branded look you can do that with story art. They sound awesome. Thank you for sharing. Maybe just to round out this show Didi, would you be able to offer some advice to our listeners about getting out there, professionally on social media when you want to tell them. Well, I think it's all about building an engaged community. And I think that's why I was so successful on Twitter is because it is time consuming, and I'm not going to lie. You really have to spend time especially at the beginning. Nurturing your audience and making connections in friends through social media. But I think if you are authentic if you are. You show that you care people see that. And if you're willing to share other people's content and really spend some time strategizing, the visuals, you can be very successful on social media. It does take time. But if you want to build a community you have to work at it. Great advice. That's right. You know, like any relationship you have to work at it. Exactly. Yeah. It's all about creating those relationships and friendships, and that's really what helped me on Twitter. That's if you want to connect with people, I think is an amazing platform. I do to agree with you one hundred percent less question super, easy, where can people find out more about you and your work at D, Watson dot com, all my resources. Are there my courses are there? Everything about how to reach me. And what I do is on GD wa. Tsin dot com. Fantastic. Help all listeners go to Dini, Watson dot com and checkout Didi and everything human she has to offer Dini. Thank you so much for sharing your journey super interesting and forgiving, really good tips for Instagram and Twitter, making us feel more comfortable about social media things. So we really appreciate your time. Thank you so much. Deidra, I've such a huge fan of yours, and I'm so happy to have the opportunity to be here today. Oh, thank you. It was great having on the show. And I want to thank all listeners for tuning into women worldwide for sharing the stories of our guests off really amplifying the voices their work that they're doing as growing the worldwide network and just appreciate you will so much thanks for the CPAC. Keith it calming, whether it's raining us on I tunes. How you shout out on Twitter and Facebook, we love it love to hear from you. Okay. Friends. Our next episode, stay focused, energize feeling empowered. Thank you.

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DeaconLive - Arizona is on Fire

DeaconLive

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DeaconLive - Arizona is on Fire

"Live the green city studio. With the begin live now. Yes. Welcome back guys on today's show purpose makes a huge comeback. He can live sets Arizona on fire and five star hotels and their beds. I know it sounds rigging believe me, it gets very interesting. Welcome back. Everyone give us a call here at the station at four zero seven four four eight zero zero six eleven. Time in the Queen city studio, located in Marshfield, just outside of Charlotte. North Carolina at four zero seven four four eight zero makes you subscribe to us on all your podcast catchers, and anywhere you pick up podcasts at deacon, live, all one word on today's show. We got a bunch of stuff to talk to him, by the way before we get started. Big thing, we do big stretch show again big stretch. We just got deacon live just got back from a five day home. I five day convention thing in Arizona, and you wanna talk about hot. Let me say you know, they say it's a different hot. It's a different heat and air Zona but it is a different heat people. They're even the people that live there goal. It's one hundred fifteen we don't go outside. And when we were there, it was like one hundred one hundred and two a couple times, but for the most part, I mean, it was hot, but it wasn't like stifling. You couldn't breathe, you know, there was a breeze going through the Phoenix. We're in Phoenix, by the way, Phoenix Arizona, for those you guys keeping score at home. And we say that the j w Marriott very beautiful hotel. And they treated deacon live with all respect. They got us where we need to be. I mean they were on point that hotel. I just wanna give big big round of applause to them. They treated us like we were frigging monsters. Like we were big monsters, and we're not we're just this little little dinky podcasts that we do on a regular basis, right out of Marshall. But you know what they treat us with respect anything we wanted within reason, but they did a great job. Just taking care of everyone, and we played for convention, and I signed deacon live, the whole crew signed on. A nondisclosure agreement, which means we can't talk about actually, who we were there for, and the show content that we were doing because it's kinda generated toward that convention to the people in that convention hall, and it must have been a thousand people thousand people, the deacon live did about. I think we did three shows one day we to show so total five shows altogether an hour show, just like what you hear here on your podcast, but we did it was fun. People came up when we talked to him about what they did, and all the stuff that had some fun when it was live. It's live. That's what we do here, deacon lot. We just kind of have fun with everyone. So how you guys doing? Are you guys getting okay getting? Okay. Are you guys doing okay? Are you getting through the work week? Are you getting to you know we're getting into spring and it's getting hot up there for man? It's getting hot out there. And like I was saying one hundred and two in in Phoenix Arizona on a couple of days. Now granted they say it's a different heat, and I don't want to bore you with the different heat between Florida where are you guys live stuff, Florida when it get? It's hot. It gets stagnant. You can't breathe in Arizona to different heat you can actually stand the heat because you can still breed. But the, the heat the sun is on you. I mean, there's no shape. There's no shade every plant life form out there is either a cactus or a skinny tree with no leaves on it. So cactus treatment leaves on. There's no Shane on there and everything. All the landscaping is just rocks. Rocks rocks, pebbles and rocks, which is funny, because we did this whole Jeep tour on one of our days while we were at the Jada Marriott out there, my wife and I the deacon live crew, we had a couple of fans out there, which is great. They met us out there, and we, we had dinner one night outside of the hotel. We went on a excursion, and I'll get into that here. Little bit later on the Joe. And there's no shade. There's no shade out there anywhere. So it's all rocks. Everything's natural. You can't bring plants in irrigation. I don't even wear. I don't even know where you get plugging is or water meter aside, for your lawn. No. Because everyone's got rocks. Everyone's got this whole zero. What are the call zero scape? I know Florida was trying to take off for a while. People are rocking their lawns and digging up there Grasser, Saint Augustine bull crap. Let's get rid of it. Scare rhythm and just the rugs and a yard and then people will get complaining now you need to have grass in your on, then they saw how beautiful the rocks were and you just pray the weeds now. And then, but the rocks in Arizona and Phoenix are totally different than the rocks that you just buy from like in Florida. You know, to put on your lawn stuff, so. Oh man. So big long five hour flight five hour flight, they're five hour. Flight back straight there straight back. No layover. No, nothing. And we weren't in the seven thirty seven max. We were in the eighth three two one let's have some fun. That's a huge skinny plane. And that's the weird part. It's it's a skinny plane. It's long. I mean, there's an airplane, you have a, the bathrooms up front and then have bathroom about halfway back. And then that's it had three bathrooms. So there's a bathroom way in the back through momentum. Bathroom all the way up front. So we were three y to one side, I think three wide on the other side just seemed like a long skinny plane. And I'll tell you, you feel every wiggle of those wings, when, you know, when you hit you guys ever flown before when you take off, you know, you get that thrust as a lift, and you can I mean you literally like wobble back seat as you can feel the wings up and down and up and down and up and down and you go that's it, we're dead. We're down. These wings are going to snap off. There's no way can hold this of fourth magnitude with all these see over there, there these four hundred and something pounds take him times. However, many other fuckers are in this, there's no way this plane can hold us with these little wings and that you could see them wiggling out there, and that's the it's amazing, the airspace or whatever you wanna call it how the wings lift you off the ground and they still wiggle and move. And you want something rigid, you wanna solid wing there. You don't want that thing the move. But sure now, if you're on. ESE which you pay a little bit more for the exits you take off. You see those things out there. Like flopping like butterfly wings out there moving around so much. But sure enough, you get to a high altitude. We reached our cruising altitude at thirty five thousand feet, and you look and they're just steadied seeing steady steady steady is a sober man's hand steady out there and yours. And then, you know, you feel plane turn left turn. Right. So let's deacon went all the way the deacon live show went all way out the Phoenix and came back. Everything's good. We, we did. Like I said we did five shows out there and one of the shows I, I don't understand it. And I didn't even know it was a thing anymore, was the, the hypnotists. They had a hypnotist show up there. And he we actually opened up for him which I don't know how we got we got second Bill on that one. But somehow, we, we got sick and Bill opening up for hypnotist. And when I say, we open up for hypnotists when you have your big your main concert hall, your main, Philip Paul that everyone. Goes into and gets the the pep rally or whatever the that they do, and then you break off and all these things into these smaller convention rooms so deacon lives in one room and, you know, I'm sitting up on stage and I've got my whole tire. You know, the thing that I do here MC Bonder mixing board. Got all the Mike's got the cameras. They got all that stuff. Unfortunately, I can't disclose that because I signed a big old PDA. But that's what I did. You know, we sit up there and we talked and interview people, and then they have the option of taking on home with him. It was a it was a good time good show, but a hypnotist a. A hypnotist, when's the last time you saw like at the comedies on or anything like that a hypnotist do they still do them anymore? And here's the funny part was they said that he was. And now from the Cayman Islands featured on many Bubba cruises throughout the blow bubble ball. Here's Devon macaroni. I'm like, all right. So he gets up there. And he does his stick and he's, he's a young kid. He's probably like twenty years old, twenty five years old, maybe, and he's doing if you've seen a hypnotist show. It's funny. It's funny in the eighties. It was getting kind of old in the nineties, and now it should should belong on a cruise ship. So I'll get into that a little bit later but I mean, the whole cruise ship and the committee, comedian type stuff. I mean there's a certain time there's an air stand up comedians were going away for a long time. And they couldn't find their grasp. It was a changing of Lucien as. Far as you know, from going from comedy clubs to come to clubs to making the mainstream everyone who was a comedian in the eighties wanted just have a sitcom show, and that's what happened. And then the nineties came and your two thousand I don't think you're there's their goal is not to have their own sitcom. That was the big thing over exam bar, and all the other people that Tim Allen had the brick show, Bill Cosby. Unfortunately now granted he was in the business for very long time. But Bill Cosby had his own show, all these mainstream. What's Ray Romano had his own show? But that's what you did. Now today, you just want to get I mean, what's their goal? What's your goal for a comedian to sell out, like Kevin Hart, Kevin Hart sells out amphitheaters? I mean, seventy thousand people well, when we come back from the break, I have a good friend of ours. She says the deacon lives discoverer her name's Gretchen be AMR going to talk to her because she's getting ready to go on tour. And we're going to talk to her about anything that she needs or anything that she wants a need. And we're gonna deacon lives going to give her are. Whole full support. So stick around when we come back, we'll talk to Gretchen be right here on live. I'll be right back. Smells funny. Been forwarded to an automatic voice message system, four zero seven four four eight eight eight zero zero. He's not available at the town. Please record your message when you have finished recording, you may hang up or press one. For more options, I just needed a backrub tonight wondering if you like available. Radio. That it be new on MTV utterly got, meaning the GP, see how it goes all that. I see you asked me my name to the radio. In the first act, it's all back with what's your listen to deacon live right here on profit radio? Give us a call here at the station of four zero seven four four eight zero zero Texas, live at anytime in the Queen city studio located in Marsh Ville, just outside of Charlotte. North carolina. Makes you follow us on patriot. And do all the social network stuff that get you all the behind the scenes. And speaking of behind the scenes, we were talking about comedians is a comedian dead is the comedian floorm itself. What is the goal for a comedian on the phone with us right now? You've seen her in Daytona Beach open. Mike. You've seen her in central Florida, probably several women's bathroom upside down and right side up on the phone with us right now. We have miss Gretchen be Gretchen. How are you? I'm fantastic. How you doing? I'm doing well. So tell me what's going on. You're trying to get over to Daytona Beach and Asheville that Asheville North Carolina that you're trying to get to. Yeah. We got to amazing huge comedy festivals. Coming up right now and I'm kind. A new to this game. I'm sort of the baby in the bunch, and I just thought it would be fun to kinda sort of crowd source. Some of that, now you now you know, ashville, North Carolina is probably about three hours from the Queen city studio here. That's fantastic. Yeah. So maybe we can have you here in the studio, if you ever make it or you will make it be positive. You will make it ashville. And we'll be your biggest supporter. So I would love that. I am. Absolutely looking make this cut boring. My game. Even now, when you say it's a cut as comp is a comedy competition. I mean how does that work? I mean speed speed skaters can be fast. Baseball players can hit the ball comedians can be funny to certain people. Right. Absolutely. There is an absolute art form to comedy that most people don't realize we work tirelessly at these jerks. This is probably one of the hardest jobs, I've ever had in my life, and I've been in five male dominated industry. So it's it's work and what we have to submit. Very tight tight sets now. How long how long's a set is it five minutes? Ten minutes. I've got a perfect ten. I was watching the marvel mismatch as well. Have you seen that series yet? I have caught just one or two percents of that. Unfortunately, I've been so busy TV is just been out lately. I can understand that. But, you know, I was watching this. And when we first got introduced each other, I think it was on Facebook, and you put posted a like a raw set that you were trying to work on. I watched the marvelous Mazel. I thought of you going this is what a Gretchen B's going through as far as giving your set perfect, and kind of tailoring herself to the audience, I am. And I've tried to marry my, my background and rock and roll with that. Because getting my time we stay around four hours the night trying to get five minutes might time. Right. And one of the biggest challenges is working towards that twenty minute product. So four hours a night. Five minutes on a Mike is slowing down my development. I, I wanted to see a away where I. I can sort of speed up this process, a little, and so I married rock and roll to get some more, Mike times so that I could get that done a little bit faster. Now. We say married rock and roll. Or do you introduce acts? Is that what you do? You're getting in front of a live audience announcing the ban that's up there. And giving them like a two or three minutes stick. Is that what you're doing? Yeah. I've been MC and battle of the bands through last three weeks. I got I think four five more to go on, on sage Daytona. This is a big event every year. I'm also utilizing some of the local bars when they have aunts and things like that Vance. Let me get up more Jalen between so I'm not sitting around all night waiting on Mike and growls right now. We're in. It's definitely helping now where do you call home? Where's Gretchen B's home? I am in castleberry right now flipping house. I'm also in construction. Okay, so you're a comedian slush house flipper slash Railtrack. Realtor slash Rhody for hard rock bands is one hundred bands. Or are they like gentle soft rock, smooth one four nine six? This is nothing and roll baby. Nice. I mean that's a lot to balance. So you're trying to win this competition, and we're working people see you at or see you, you know where you were you playing well locally, you can seem form on just about any open mic. I mean about ten miles the week. They can check out my Facebook, which is say dumb shit. I keep the schedule up. They're pretty good from going on Twitter. Act Hooker comic? We'd lay Vance Monette. So you're, you're sorry it's cougar comic. What's your what's for sweater at cougar comic? Okay. At cougar comic. And that's just the way it spelled no no ks or any. Just like that, you can find me on Instagram under Coogan comic as well. So what was talking last break the last time, you do an open mics and stuff. When's the last time you see one of those hypnotists shows remember in the in the going to date, you date myself, as far as are Asians? But, you know, remember the hidden the hypnotists comic was a big thing. You know, they bring up twenty people on the audience, and then they he dwindles audience downs about your the his group down about seven, or eight people, when's the last time, he actually saw that as, like a, a regular staple at a comedy club. I've I haven't seen it. I have an very, very long time every now and then. But, you know other than that I am not. I haven't seen one since I've been here. That's for sure. Well, the reason why I brought that us. Because when we were out when deacon line was out in, in Phoenix. They actually had from the Cayman Islands and seeing on the Royal Caribbean cruise liner. Here's Todd Mexican and I'm like, going really this, this, this craft is still a craft somewhere. I mean, it's just a hell I feel about glass blowing people. Well, that's that might be the headline renew stick. You know, we may have to talk about that tonight. I like talking about blowing things glassblowing and, and the, the hypnotists that gets up on stage and still does that you can quit smoking while you add, it, we got anything else you wanna tell her audience. No, you know, Gretchen might not know this. But we are a huge hit right now in France. Which is I don't know. It's amazing. You speak French at all. I do not. I guess, now we know I'm dumber than a French. I do you have anything for audience in our audience is huge. And it's multifaceted throughout the whole entire all the countries and stuff. Do you have anything else you want to add, I would just love to for she ate it every time you have me on your child is love your fans. I love, you know, when they when they reach out to connect and share you had to had at that note. No, you had some fans from Alaska contact you. I guess I did it a bail. You've got a pretty big following out there. I said, well, these Alaskan manner pretty bored. I love about tell you this, if they are born out there. And also your fans in France, and we're looking for entry fees we're going to crowd source. Twenty five bucks. Fifty bucks. For daytona? Nashville misses a want to give this a shot, I will write some jokes, Mississippi for anybody that wants to serve. They just each reach out to me, pay this entry fee, and we're going to start rolling out your jokes on the Mike collaborate with you will have a little fun. Even talk about your crazy family, your Xs, whatever you want awesome, end the best way to contact you is can reach me on Facebook. They can get me an Email. They can check me at Twitter. I'm pretty much all over social media, and my real estate website. They can reach me through there as well. Email is Florida pro star dot com. All right. And we'll put all those links on the prophet radio website as well Gretchen, I wish you luck, and I hope you make it to at least ashville, so we can have you here in the studio. Thanks for having me. All right. Take care. Bye-bye. That's be upstanding or up standing. She could be I don't know. She could be horrible person. But she sounds like a great person. That's Gretchen be a local stand up. Comedian doing the open Mike thing and trying to get her trying to get a feet wet as far as being a stand up comedian. I mean, she sounds like she's juggling a lot of stuff being a realtor contractor, construction and all the stuff that she's doing. She's got a full plate man. So coming back, we're going to talk to be about full plate. We come back, we're going to talk about some new recipes that are coming out that you might wanna be aware of to eat or not to eat, and some festivals also that people are going to, and you might not want to go to them as well. So sick around, Yeltsin live right here on property. I'll be right back. What do you know it sucks about net? Maybe. How's it? Passed away. Eight years ago. I remember that and year to prior to that, she said, I saw Travis at Home Depot. Yes. And has several things stable into his face. Several things stapled into your face. I had a piercings at the time I was working for another radio station. And our sponsor was a tattoo piercing parlor. So I had to make sure we're on the air with a we are we are actually on the air with us. In. I'm recording it so I can rebroadcasting. My name will not be displayed, no Candice, it will not. I mean. Because if it is, I don't know how much money you have. But I will come after you only have two dollars. And that's. Carry on my friend Jerry on foreign Southcenter full. Eight. Listening to. We'll come back to live. Give us a call at the station. Seven four four eight zero zero. We are live from the Queen city shitty located just outside of Charlotte, and the beautiful town on March Ville makes you become a member of patriot. And what that gets you is. We got a bunch of videos. Pop up. We're gonna talk about deacon live setting Aaron on fire, and literally, we set era Zona on fire, and all the other bad calls that we get here, a snacktime snacktime with the deacon, which is funny stuff, which is hidden conversations that I have with people they don't know they're being recorded, and so it's all fun and games, only dollar month, dollar months, you can be part of that, and you get a little bit of a more of a bonus show outside of the deacon live project or prog product that we create here on proper radio. So speaking of being creative and projects and stuff Coachella, you guys familiar with Coachella Coachella is one of those live festivals. Now, you know, Woodstock for my age Woodstock. Now I'm not that old. I'm not that old leaving Woodstock wasn't was one of the earliest festivals that I remember growing up all Woodstock, everyone did this and then Peter for realm from the from Jane's addiction created lollapalooza, and then it was a joke. Everything was a palooza. So there's, you know, if they had a chocolate convention of chocolate palooza, if it was something else, it was bubble blah palooza, if it was stuffed animals that was stuffed animals palooza. But now they've gotten all these other they found out that there's a lot of money into it. There's a lot of vendors can get a hold of it. And then, so one of the things that have that have morphed out of the whole palooza thing is Coachella Coachella, this huge music festival, where people get, I mean, it's not just one John Rowe music. It reaches off acids of music from jazz from reggae to rock to hip hop to, to country to all the stuff. I mean big names, go out there and even people trying to start out trying to make a name from self go out to Coachella. Now here's the thing with coach L now you know, you always hear about. The, the, the cliche thing in, in, in Woodstock. You know, the guy comes outweigh gravy comes out and goes don't eat the Brown acid don't eat the Brown pills. You know, and he makes an announcement everyone don't eat the Brown Botts bad. It's giving people back trips and stuff. So the modern day wavy gravy, and don't eat the Brown pill is, they're finding out in Coachella, that there is a huge outbreak of herpes herpes renew that like in the early nineties, did never wanna learn their lessons when all the stuff was going on. You know, when aids you know, wrap it up and aids and, and you know where it condom and all that stuff. Herpes was basically just taking out had to go by the wayside. If you weren't spreading age weren't spreading herpes, because it's, it's that kind of sexually transmitted disease. Now, the client and all the other. I'm not I'm getting really, really gross. So all the other stuff that they have you can get a shot, foreign and get it cleared. Right up gonorrhea all the other stuff. But herpes there's a joke that Eddie Murphy says, you know, you care. That shit around, like luggage. You never lose it and people walk around with Herbie's. I just thought in the ninety s with, like I said with the aids scare and they up democ and stuff. Everyone was kinda strapping up and Herbie's kind of went away. So there was a small group of people that only gut or head herpes that weren't spreading it really anyone else. Now go Chela the Herbie spikes with a record two hundred and fifty cases reported per day near the festival. Now here's the thing. Now here's what I know about Herbie's now that not that I've had it or anything, just, I remember in school, and what they taught you about it, it takes about six days to incubate. It's kind of like the cold, you get it. You feel like you've got a cold, you've got, you know, nausea, you, you know. Fevers you've got all that stuff. And then it comes out out, you get shot you test positive about five days later. So I don't know if Coachella, if the facts are right on this. Let's let's see what they say here on ABC's. Liz over, but some festival, goers may have walked away with an unwanted souvenir. That will last a lifetime. People don't realize that it's very, very, very common, and it's also very, very easily chanted Alexandria harbour. She is a spokesperson for her blurt. She says during the festival, the online site, which diagnosis and treats genital herpes and cold sores saw requests for consultations spike from twelve to two hundred fifty day was there that EPA damage that occurred at Coachella. No, it was a perfect situation, though, for people to get outbreaks factors, such as sharing drinks cigarettes, sun, exposure, and little sleep can cause flare up for those who already carry it this virus. It such a negative connotation because so that's the thing you, it's kind of like people who shingles, don't you have chicken pox? You'll always have that virus in you, and then shingles for those who you don't know you've got it. It and then you worry, and you stress yourself out and you get these little red rashes on your on your side. And then they creep across your belly the same thing chickenpox the same thing. So herpes I don't wanna say chicken, pox a type of Herbie's, but it's, it's a derivative of it and shingles of the same way you have this in your body, now actual straight on death her. You know, blistering Pena's. I know I know kid sorry blistering penis, and all that stuff is a different form of it. But when you get word you're stressed out and stuff, it flares up, and what they were saying, you know sharing drink. Sharon cigarettes, and all that with intercourse, but people live with his virus every single day riverside community hospital. Dr Jamie Rutledge says once infected, it can take two weeks to six months to see symptoms while not all herpes are sexually transmitted practicing safe sex or avoiding sharing food, and drinks can reduce exposure to both forms of herpes. If an outbreak occurs. His he suggests taking an antiviral medication to reduce the number of outbreak days. So, yeah. Takes two weeks four to two pump up. That's what I was saying. You know, you don't just go up there, you know, bone someone. And you say, oh, I'm pregnant after that. No, it doesn't work that way. Same thing with Herbie surveys. You don't just bone someone you're like, oh my God. Now I've got herpes you know, it doesn't work that way in happened before. So it happened before you had that, that contact with someone. So, yeah, this is the Herbie outbreak. Take that medicine reduced the amount of viral, shedding and allow yourself to be treated somewhat. So that way you are not as contagious. But if you don't know what you that's when Herbert may be able to. So there's an app, call her blurting this what you do. It's kind of a committee, you put on that, so, yeah, herpes are breaking out Coachella, which is kind of, you know, I don't wanna say it's expected. But I mean there's, there's this stigma with a festival and free love and all the things that go with it. So, you know. Yeah. Herbie's. So, you know, if you don't remember where you been, you know, if you get one of those drunken stupor and, and for both parties, there's a, there's a device that helps you see where you've been. I hope God. That's horrible segue and we come back. We'll talk about the setting fire. You're listening to live right here on property. I'll be right back burning. What of on stock? The free clinic, it was still took the passage. Now back canopy. So. Very bad. So I had to make the think. I was this. So hope meeting just twenty three ten cool. Brave. You. Nice, nice one. Clone bundle. It's a lot different. It's been a long time since we hung out. I was not. Fewer four. Twenty one. I have all the pictures from when I was following party at your house. Right. Edgy thousand one I still have all the Sixers see I could show you pictures. You wouldn't believe. Oh, yeah. Please. Ninety. Leave you know what happened profit radio. Stick, shifts and safety belts. Bucket seats have all listening to. Live in the car. It makes babies seem so. Way. Not. In a pumpkin to dig alive, right here on proper radio gives call the station of four seven four four eight zero zero Texas live and anytime in the Queen city student, located just outside of Charlotte, North Carolina. Last break, you heard about Gretchen be Gretchen beach trying to join a or actually win a competition in Daytona Beach. And you can get home her information on the prophet radio website. If you wanna help her sponsor sponsor her for the entry to this comedy competition, and she might wanna chance to, to come up to Asheville, and we'll do the best. We can hear declined to help her along with that as well. So deacon live, just got back from Phoenix, Arizona, and Phoenix are exhausted. Is a hot hot place. And one of the things that you do in Arizona is you either drink, or you go out by the pool or you stay inside so being that I'm the adventures guy. I don't like to being side being signed the house too long too often too long. So we signed up for a, the live crew signed up. For a off road tour an offroad tour involves getting in a Jeep a nineteen seventy seventy eight scout, which is I mean it wiggles and squeaks and jiggles and shakes but it's, it's a off all-terrain vehicle. It's it looks like a small Bronco, but it's not it's a, it's a scout. So we went on the mountain trails of Arizona, Phoenix, Arizona, we got we got off the beaten path. We were down, you know, these, these dusty dusty rose got a bunch of pictures out there. If you're part of the patriot I'm going to post some pictures of us getting the end, the landscape is beautiful. And there's not everything is a native plan out there. There's nothing brought in from the outside. There's no you know, Mickey Mouse, you know, colorful plants here. They can't they can't do it because they don't have enough water. So the plants that live there. They treat them with respect and they treat everything around them with respect. They understand that most of these plants is vital to the life form of all, the, the animals and the birds. The snakes and the bees and the trees and all the stuff that's around them to in order for that desert to survive. Now, one of the things that we were doing we were in the caravan of thirteen jeeps, and I say, thirteen GPS thirteen these all-terrain vehicles, whether to be hummers, or old Ford, F, one fifties. With a with a camper top on it. We were on like I said, a little scout. It's about the size of Ford Bronco. So we're in this car this, this SUV, if you wanna call it that, and we're going up the trend the trail, you know, it takes about twenty minutes of the trail and we get to the trail and it's good. I mean it's boom boom, you're back and forth and left and right knee here squeaking and cracking grinding and, and all the stuff that goes on with an old vehicle. So we get up to the top of this, clearing this big old clearing. Like I said, we're the last one of thirteen cars in this caravan, and we get to the top, and they're already starting to spiel the guy, you know, you've seen the guy stands there, and he's in his. Native looking fatigues. He's got the cowboy boots on. He's got khaki pants on. He's got a vest. He's got the, the band Danna or the ask, cough, asked Ascott ask around his neck long hair and a big cowboy hat and big old David Bowie knife, you know it's funny to his own buoy night and he's talking about the cactus and what the native used to do. And the naves used to take this, this, this tree this cactus that was called a huggy bear tree. And it looks like the arms of teddy bear teddy bears, he ever seen teddy bear, the long arms are kinda cylindrical. And then kind of stop, and, you know, they're to three in inches in diameter, but they're all full of thorns, so they called the huggy bear tree. Now, you don't wanna hug this tree because thorns as soon as you touch them like a porcupine they end up in your hand and their barbs. I mean, the barbs of sharp they, you know, if one of these pieces fell on you, you, you put your hand on it, and you come up with a bunch of thorns on your hands. And that's what. The native Americans used to do dump them on the Cowboys. These big baskets full of these trimmings from these huggy bear cactuses, and they throw them over and they'd land on all the Cowboys. So the Cowboys when you anytime you get something on you what do you do? You. Pat it right. And then, of course now your hands full of these barbs. So you can't reach your gun to shoot pretty smart, pretty ingenious, but one of the things that, that you can do the Cowboys, not dying, but they're being mound nutrition out in the desert, and they said to French fry or whatever they said. Hey, how come you guys are running around, like crazy and our guys are just getting sick nauseous? And actually having what is it where you get the scurvy? Well, are you eating this plant, and they're like, oh, no, we're not eating plan to bare tree while you have to burn the needles off of it to in order to get to the fruit of the cactus. So this guy's demonstrating how to burn the needles off of this cactus. Now mind, you, we have not Arizona has not had rain. In probably I think they said three months, something like that. So we're standing in dry grass. I mean when you walk on it, it is crunching underneath your feet, and there's a beaten path. You know, you've seen people been there before. So we're all standing on the beaten path around this small area about the size of an infield. If you ever played baseball the infield diamond, so we're all standing on the moral sending on the base bats. So the guy takes on his huge buoy knife, and smacks, one of the tendons off of the huggy bear tree falls ground. He's six with his knife. It looks like sick and cactus sticks. It picks it up. He holds it up. Kind of till the thing down a little bit slides right off picks it up again. He's explaining the sheet of the needles in the, the sharpness of the blades and all that stuff. And he goes, well, do you know how to eat this thing it was like know? How do you eat that thing? And he goes, well, you have to be he so corny corny corny corny. Well, you have to be part of the big tribe, and I'm thinking to myself, I'm thinking myself. I don't know if I'm the smartest guy in the bunch, but I'm not going is he say, BIC lighter, everyone around like ooh, the big tribe, I've never heard of them. Tell us more about it. They're Indian traveler guy, and he reaches in his pocket. And sure enough, he pulls out a BIC lighter. I'm like, I knew it. Knew it, call it. So he's got this thing. It's about the size of a. About size of an avocado would just thorns all over. I mean two three inch needles. Alright all the way around the whole entire thing. So he goes to heat, you know, trying to get the light. Now it's windy other we're up on top. We're probably about twenty five hundred feet above sea level. And he's trying to light, the single, of course, the lighter doesn't, you know, the big tribe lighter doesn't wanna work. So it slides off as things lies office knife. He sticks in the ground sticks thing. Picks back backup tries the light against lies by coffee's not paying attention sticks thing back in the thing in the, the cactus. Fellow finally gets it to light. He lights it and it goes up. I mean, pretty quick. He's blown. And then he turns show, everyone that the thing is lit and how the needles are curling. So everyone can see that there's a fruit or as he's turning he tilts his knife down. And sure enough again, the piece of fruit, the cactus falls off fully lit now onto this dry grass. Well, when it hits the dry grass. It hits. The dry grass the whole entire grass and everything around him literally goes up in flames in seconds seconds. Now, I don't have a video of the actual of the actual thing, hitting the ground. I got a video of everyone running their asses off and getting the hell out of there as quickly as possible, and I'm gonna play a smart little snippet of this right now. So this is just after the fire happen. You can hear trying to start at the vehicles get out of there. It was an accident, and that's him on the phone. That's him on the phone calling his his manager or whatever. That's in charge of the thing, we're jumping in these vehicles st- trying to start their old vehicles trying to start them up. And we're trying to get down the hill to get out of this thing. If you wanna see the full video, go to the patriot section. P. A. T R, E, N Ford slash deacon live. And you could see this video as well and you can see that we actually sit this mountaintop on fire. I mean, we're down at the bottom looking up and, you know, we see the, the forestry and stuff passing bias and trying to get up there and, and put this fire out. But for the most part, everyone was fine. Everyone was safe. But I mean it took off in seconds within the wind blowing left to right. It could've gone worse. It was blowing right to left. We would have been done that fire would have been engulfed. We were all standing on the opposite side of we were standing what they call down win. If it was blown the other way, we would lost probably a few people. There are not a substantial injuries. It was scary. So we all go back to we got back this the best. We got back to the hotel. And for whatever reason they wanted to drop us off on the main floor, not the bottom floor the GPS and stuff. Just case, there was news, crews or anything out there, so they kind of dropped to solve on the back of the hotel, and the funny by was of people up front going. Are you with the off road tour going? Yep. Oh you guys are back early. And I'm kinda like. Yep. And I was like how early we came back and hour and a half early. We are already an hour and a half into this. Right. When this happened. So if it wasn't for this, we would have still been out there for another hour and a half. But sure enough, we came back an hour and a half early. Kinda messes up my schedule, you know this little lady, she's marking a hundred clipboard being stormed back in no refunds, you're right. That on the thing we friends, send a bitches mess him up my day. But anyways. Yeah, we set era zone on fire. We set the top of I'm real somewhere in Phoenix. I don't know what mountaintop. We were on, but it was part of the national force. We set it on fire. And that's what happened. And we come back, we stayed at a bunch of hotels throughout throughout our time, going on tours and stuff. And I wanna talk about the veg- at five star hotels. So sitting around Gillis vegan live right here on radio. And now it's time for lessons. Learn with Christ. J A. We interrupt this program to bring you news. Bulletin man. Somehow. Though, the after party and the events being I like you. All right. You're lesbian. But you like me now, also like do under hundred hundred women think too. Nice time I I've hundred nice time. Well. Workout. But I've seen it hundred Vakhin ties I used to work at then you for four years. I know. I know. I know what goes on aren't as well. That's all you're gonna get bucked up. But yet you gotta get married the next day. Yeah. Whatever never had a this is about what's going to have profit radio. Yet you need. You're listening to the Mark he can live. Dan? Welcome back. You're listening to deacon live right here on proper radio makes you follow us on Facebook makes you fall on all our social networks, and we get a part of that is patriot dot com. Force last week live meetings, follow all that stuff all the videos all the insight stuff, all the stuff that you the extra bonus style that you hear in seeing in photos and pictures and stuff that we talk about here, unday can live. It's little as a dollar month, and then we have some extra stuff going on. We have some bad calls actual calls here, the station. Telemarketers, we like to have fun with them. And also something we like to call snacktime which is actual hidden conversations that I have of people they don't know that they're being recorded, but some kind of funny. So there's a whole catalogue of one hundred and some out of those. So makes you join on that as well. Now, something I wanna talk about going to go back to Coachella and the home herpes outbreak now in and well in the videos that. We posted about the, the fire Aaron catching on fire. Now fall, you voyeurism fanatics out there and all those people, there is just a little bit of a kink in their kink. There is an actual camera. Now, now you are familiar with go a we, I've gotta gotta go pro high put it on. I've got a, a drone and we posted some videos from here at the France. And if you don't know what the Franch is part farm, part ranch. So we call the Franch, and I've got this drum, and I've probably had probably two hundred two hundred and fifty feet in the air on one of our YouTube channels. And you can Email me deacon at profit radio dot com, and I'll give you that link to the farm. The France YouTube channel, but hook my gopro up to it. And it sits about two hundred and fifty feet above the French here, we live on, you know, numerous numerous mega mega land. But for the most part, I mean, you know, we sit here and we watch the sunset and I called a couple. Sunsets. Gopro camera with the thing, the drone two hundred fifty feet in the air, and it's cool. It's hard to control because usually late at night. You can't see the thing, the blinking lights. But it's you know, it's about the size of a small. What would you say just like a small twelve inches by twelve inches in four propellers and stuff? So. Goes right up in the air stays up there. I got about eight to twelve minutes of a battery on June comes right back down. Got some great footage on that. So it's kind of cool, just Email me, deacon at profit radio dot com. I'll send you linked to those videos, are really, really cool. I mean it's amazing how high it gets in the detail with the gopro camera. Now, speaking of detail and cameras there when they're when there's a freak there's a way there's a, you know, you've got something out there that, you know, a niche or crazy fetish or something there is now a gopro camera for your penis, ready. Here we go. Meet the go pro for you, dick. It's called the cut Cam hoops. It's very hard. It's basically a small camera that comes with a silicone ring, and I'm looking at that ring, not for nothing. Men or ladies that ring doesn't look like a confederate. Looks it looks. I don't know. You're going to have to watch the video video on patriotic own. Let me write that down. Because I got up do all that stuff. Patriot post video of the cock. What do they call it? What I say, cock, Cam cock, Cam, and the I'm not break bragging, or anything, but the it doesn't look like it would look like it'd be if almost look like it would strangle me like all the blood through my God, what am I talking about or my galling? All right. That's gonna get weird. All right. So basically small camera that comes with a silicone, right? Which you're going to to your penis. No. You don't attach it to your penis. You stick your penis through the thing and actually holds a camera up. It doesn't attached to your penis not like a helmet. The company says that the camera allows you to record all your erotic moments at never seen never seen before angles. The companies also uploaded, an amusing video promo, and it's this guy jumping. This guy he skydiving and do one of those squirrel things air things that you see, you know, the air gliders and the cameras on his penis. He's air diving or air streaming diving with the camera on. And of course, it's all blurred out and stuff. But yeah, which shows a point of view shop POV shot for the camera camera records, seven twenty at thirty frames per second, and hold on what to say. Eight eight ten anyways, it offers night-vision to go, you know, Paris. Hilton camera comes with an app, of course you can sit there and put it on your penis and activated from your phone, whenever you're ready to go, which allows you to operate the camera and view the footage, right there on your phone. So I don't know. I know my phone automatically uploads to the Cas. My phone's connected. It's an Android. So it automatically connects to my Google account. So if I have this and my phone gets a hold of it. It's going to automatically upload it to my Google account, and then you scroll through the thing and you're going, oh, look, there's my penis video, the footage, maybe recorded onto a micro ST card. If you want to, you know, for say keeping. Cup the cut came as is already available for sale. When you buy one it makes. So make sure you're eighteen and over, if you want to buy that I guess there's an age limit on that digital digital Ralph, and that's the, the cut camera. Well, I mean you know it could be interesting for porn movies, even your your, your yourself, do it yourself. Porn videos doing yourself at home amateur video, there's always that. I mean there's a reason why reality shows are out there, 'cause you wanna reach into people's lives. You wanna see what they're doing outside of your normal humdrum life? And maybe this video is going to be the new thing on porn hub or whatever they had deep fakes awhile, if you don't know what fake are listen to a pass pass podcast that we talk about that. And this could be the new thing this camera hunter junk, while you're doing your duck in the trunk. Oh, God had you get through that one. I was a little nervous talking about Alan. But I talked about, all right, when we come back, we'll talk about hotel beds, and I'm, I'm I don't know how to do this. But I'm so now I have a purple mattress. There's nothing wrong with a mattress, but I wanna know what they're doing with these beds in five star hotels, because I can't get out of them. I can't get it out of them, so cigarette. Nielsen lab right here on property. I'll be right back. Brignone delia. My neighbor was the bird. Yeah. Yelling Spanish, and she gives enough that, by the way, we have no idea what he was yelling Huntley in Spanish laughing at looking stupid includes because they have no idea what it's saying. No just stick advantage of that, and just made shit up. But the words new coal. The talked about. Zero zero about a parent. Listen to live right here on proper radio gives call here at the station at four seven four four eight eight zero zero six seven eight. Time to Queen city is located Marshall just outside of Charlotte North Carolina. No forget, if you don't wanna Texas, you don't wanna go live on the air. That's fine. No, sometimes people get here and stuff. If you go to the prophet radio website at the very bottom of the page is a little blue Bart says be heard if you click on that opens up a microphone, you record something insensitive, directly to my Email address, and we will play it on the air. If you wanna say, if you've got a question about something that you heard on the podcast or you just want to say, we're doing a good job or bad job, or just give shout. Hey, we're listening from France. We're listening from Arizona are states. Okay, or you're listening to Asheville, and you're waiting for grits and be to be up there to do the comedy show. Either way. Just click on that. It's called be heard open microphone. You could say whatever you want and disguise, your you can put a fake name in there. Whatever you call yourself. Whatever you want. So we stay. In hotel beds. Now, I have a purple mattress because purple mattress is sponsor of beacon live. Thank you, purple mattress. We love you. I love my, my purple mattress in lieu, background. I had some, some back pains and stuff. And I had some you know, contract that stuff done, and some dry kneeling done and laying on the bed allows me to sleep without pain. Now when I get up and walk around, then, you know, my body itself has pain, in general, just because I'm old, but laying at night, I have no pain, I have no pain at all, you know, from my shoulders, I know sometimes lane where shoulders in certain beds. You know, you kind of get that debt armed that dead fish arm. You know, you can't your hands go numb. The purple mattress is great. Nets my Marshall per mattress. I love him wouldn't trade men for thing. But one of the things when you stay at a hotel, no matter what kind of hotel it is, whether it's five stars to come on motel. You always worry about the mattress and before doing radio or actually doing radio. I've traveled the hometime United States have stayed in hotels from, you know, the j w Marriott, which is on my list, the top five down to the emerald suites, the green, emerald suites, located just us at a loss, Vegas, Nevada. And you guys know where that that's at and stayed out there for a kitchenette and stuff, and the bed sucked. You know, they, they find the hardest mattress that they can have then that, you know that the shittiest betting and stuff on it. So, you know, they get the hotels ranking and stuff like to star hotel three star hotel five star hotel. Whatever the case may be. Now, we stayed in the J W, Mary up in Phoenix, and, you know, you think five star hotel, everyone service wise, can get you this. Can I get you that, you know, all the stuff they got the, the pineapple infused water fountains or whatever the water containers, you go out there? Oh, this is delicious and cucumber waters. They stole from spas in all the water, and they have tea. And all that stuff. And there's a little bit more to five star hotel, but one of the things that, that sticks out my mind in a five star hotels, the bet and the bed is for whatever reason, when I got married to my wife, my beautiful wife, we've been married for five years now and actually, I'm sorry. Six years now and we went down to the New Orleans for our six year anniversary. And we stayed at a called the ger girl noble house. G. R. E. N O, L, B, E house, right there. Off of bourbon street and the Bennett self was it was a firm mattress. I know either gonna put you to sleep or you guys are going to go out and hate your mattress, and you're going to cut your mattress, get a mattress. It's very, very economical. It's the prices and banned the purple you'll be satisfied with the purple mattress. But when you go to hotel, these mattresses, rotating, rotate rotate people come in people come out, these, these beds for what I don't know what they do. For whatever reason, the bed is not a pill top. It's almost like. Like a down a down top with this huge fluffy, white down stuff, comforter, and the pillows are there, just at a different level? And so when we were staying in the in the Phoenix film, the Jada Marriott. Thank you, my grinds for your suggestion, on that, by the way, he's a listener of the show, but I've noticed the difference between a regular hotel, and a upscale hotel, the beds are a little bit different. They're harder the harder to get out of their harder to they're easy to fall asleep him. They are that the beds. I don't know what they do, but they're almost like a down comforter with a nice soft fluffy pillow top. But it's not connected to the mattress. I don't know what it is. But, you know, I'm feel comfortable. I feel like the bed snuggles, you a little bit more, does that make sense? I know everyone out there has slipped in a hotel, and the hotel, bed, suck. You know, back a mission kit, you know, we're going to DisneyWorld and we're saying, it this Econolodge because we're trying to save money. But yet. No, my right foot numb. Because my, my pinched nerve in my back, I can't walk around the park now gonna get one of those scooters in the scooters, you know, someone's gonna have to drive me around and Bubba Bon, but some of the hotels have a real great, comfortable, bed, and the in it's just the difference. It is a huge difference. You don't think about the, you know, when you're young when you're young like you know, when you're at the age where I can get a hotel room. I can get a hotel room with us kind of sexy. That's kind of scary this kind of fun, and you get a hotel room, he don't care what the beds like 'cause you haven't abused your body enough to realize what a comfortable bed is. And then you get into your thirties, and, you know, maybe you've got a child or may you, you know, you're married and you have a child, and you're just home. I gotta hope this bed is better than the one I have at home. 'cause the one, you have at home as either her bed when you met her or your bed when you met her and, you know, you've agreed on this is the most comfortable bed between us, and you pitch out, the whatever the old one is, and then you get to hotel and your own, please. Let this mattress be good for both of us and. You get into your forties, and then you saying you know what? I don't care what the match. I don't care, you know, we've spent a lot of money at the house. You know, we got the craft medical adjustable interchangeable with the p staying guard and the drool guard on the pillows, I just want this mattress to be perfect for the both of us. 'cause you still both of you. You know, you're marry a forty some odd years old, and you're married him Beden, I wanna flip over a nut disturb her. That's all I want. You know, your kids are hopefully, by that time are certain age where they're not at home and people having children at our older age. I know I'm rambling here. But what I'm saying is the hotel med game has increased tremendously. And I think that's the that's the thing that's the lesson I want you guys that take away is the hotel bed mattress, depending on your five star, and your come on in motels have changed dramatically, and we spent five days on this mattress. I'd I literally could not get out of that get out of the mattress get out of the bed. It was so comfortable. Now granted we. You were in Phoenix Arizona, and I had the crank down the little temperature thing. I had that thing said on sixty four that thing did not cut off the whole entire time. We are in Phoenix, Arizona. Blue blue the whole time and I don't know if it's an old hotel with a new upgraded system. But I'll tell you what I feel sorry for whoever owns the property, and has to pay that electric Bill. I understand the electric Bill. No matter where you're at in Phoenix. It's going to be high. So I mean and it would not cool. I mean it would not cool. I don't know if it's the hotel, the room, we were at we were on the side of the hotel, where sunset, so we get the last little bit of sun in that room to boil broom up will make a little hotter. And then, then as soon as the sun goes down the room's, nice and cool takes about two hours for that to happen. But I mean these are things that you just learn growing, and volving and being an adult and, you know, working our way through this world that we call a planet earth, hopefully, deacon live can help you manage your way through a lot of these incidences and give you some insight of what's going on, on behalf of all you guys putting up with us. 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They're not more than five million cases and more than three hundred thirty five thousand deaths and as A. US states face critical test of their ability to reopen safely. This Memorial Day weekend the CDC has just issued new guidance for houses of worship after president trump ordered them to open immediately. He's also threatening to override governors who don't obey even though he doesn't necessarily have any constitutional authority to do so also tonight a major new study of Hydroxy Clark with the drug touted and taken by the president That study finds that seriously. Ill Corona virus. Patients treated with it. Were more likely to die. Let's begin over at the White House. Our White House correspondent Kaitlan. Collins is joining us. Caitland the president's order to houses of worship may play well To his base out there that it's deeply troubling to many public health officials. Yeah woven there are still a lot of questions about what authority it is that he citing saying. He's going to override governors if they don't open up these religious institutions that is a claim. He made today that we know that. Really what these states have been doing. His varied depending on what their outbreaks are like. What their cases look like in their state the wolf. The president did not answer questions about which authority it is that he's citing any didn't answer questions either about that. New Study about a drug that he is slated to finish taking today and the risk it shows for patients who do have corona virus. And those that. Take it tonight. A new study shows that an anti-malaria drug championed by president trump may harm corona virus patients. Hydroxy chloroquine the study is the largest analysis done to date and it reveals that Corona virus patients who were seriously ill and given chloroquine or hydroxy. Chloroquine were more likely to develop abnormal heart rhythms. Or even die this. I think the FDA has been very clear on their website about their concerns about hydroxy. Chloropicrin trump has been taking the drug in hopes of preventing himself from getting corona virus despite a warning from the FDA that it hasn't been proven to be safe or effective at treating the virus or preventing. It I really think it's a great thing to try and you have to lose. Take it I really think they should take hydroxy chloroquine. Try It if things don't go as planned. It's not going to kill anybody. Trump didn't address the study today but he did announce that the CDC will issue new guidance declaring places of worship as essential today. I'm identifying houses of worship churches synagogues and mosques as essential places that provide essential services. Trump says he wants churches and other places reopened immediately and Claimed Hill overrule governors. Who Push back. Some governors have deemed liquor stores and abortion clinics is essential but if left out and other houses of worship now right. If they don't do it I will. Override the governor's the new guidelines encourage religious houses to promote good hygiene? Like handwashing wear cloth face coverings intensified cleanings and encourage social distancing while minimizing the use of shared worship materials. Like prayer books hymnals. He left questions about his statement to Dr Deborah Burks and his Press Secretary. Kaley mcenaney boy. It's interesting to be in a room that really wants to seem to see these churches and houses of worship stay close object to that guy. Maybe they wait another week today. March Dr Burks his first appearance in the briefing room. Since late April lately she and other officials like Dr found she'd have largely disappeared from the airwaves. Something Dr Chee told. Cnn will change. Soon we've been talking with the communications people and they realized we need to get some of these information now. As most traditional Memorial Day activities have been postponed or altered. Dr Burks encouraged Americans to maintain distance. But spend time outside this weekend. You can play golf. You can play tennis with Mark Vase. You can go to the beaches. The president ordered flags to be lower to half staff in honor of those who have lost their lives from the virus. Now Wolf they still have not cited exactly which authority the President think. It is that he thinks he has to these governors. We know that the Justice Department hasn't paying close attention to some of these religious institutions that have pushed back on their states. Stay at home orders that we should note that. The governor of New Hampshire just spoke a few moments ago. He was asked about the president's declaration and he said No. The decision about houses of worship is going to rest with. The governor's sure most of the governor's believe that as well. Caitlyn thank you very much the. Us is heading into a Memorial Day holiday weekend unlike any other and will test the ability of states to reopen safely. Go to our national correspondent Erica Hill. She's joining us. Erica millions of Americans. They'll be heading outdoors this weekend. That they will and as we know from early on the president is we heard that. It was up to the governor's to decide when and how to reopen and we are certainly seeing different interpretations of that across the country signs of summer falling into place. Beaches parks pools open across the country. We got some counters so we can count people coming in Boers in Houston getting a head start. Thursday night as Texas lives more restrictions heading into the holiday weekend in Florida. All Children's activities including camp can now resume. Dr Kids have been out of organize activities for a couple of months now and I think that we have a pathway to get it back officials nationwide creating playbook. Nobody wants to be the mayor from jaws. Let's everybody back in the water a little too soon. Right social distancing. The new mandate masks the must have accessory Tori that you wear the mask within six feet of another person in public. You don't have a right to infect another person you don't as states ease limits on how many people can gather and wear president trump on Friday clearing houses of Worship. Essential calling on states to let them. They can go to a restaurant which are now opening here in California. They can gather there to to get physical food. Then why can they not come to a church under the same guidelines and enjoy some spiritual food Rhode Island's Governor Adamant? It won't happen in her state this weekend. Honestly that would be reckless. It's Friday they're not ready so the reason we did it the way we did it is. We gave them some time. We announced it. You know this week so they can get ready for next weekend. They have a lot of work to do. Montgomery Alabama emerging as a new hotspot. That we've been a little premature in our reopening of the economy in Alabama. I think that's led to the spike. We've seen our numbers to Sicily work. I'm quite worried with the Memorial Day weekend coming in the restrictions. Loosening that this is going to go like prairie fire. New cases in the city nearly doubled since the beginning of the month. Another reminder that as the rules change across the country the virus has not. You can see the top. Three states are Maryland. The district and Virginia and so there is still significant virus circulating here Minnesota Nebraska Chicago and Los Angeles also on the Task Force radar the Navajo Nation. Which has been hit particularly hard now on lockdown through Monday just nine states showing a decline in new cases over the past week as the CDC estimates thirty. Five percent of infections are asymmetric. I know the weather is warmer. I know people have been cooped up. I know this tremendous energy to get out. You have to remain vigilant and as we look at what's happening around the country. They're still so much reaction coming into what we heard from the president earlier. Today I wanNA point out to what we heard. From the governor of Rhode Island. We should note that earlier this week. She had said in her state. As of May Thirtieth Religious Services can resume at twenty five percent capacity so as we. This is something that governors have been dealing with for some time hearing From the faithful in their states as they try to balance both those needs and of course the public health was adamant today but his decision our Erica Hill in New York for us. Thank you very much. Let's get some more on all of this joining us now. Our senior medical correspondent Elizabeth Cohen and Dr David Hold Grave Dean of the School of Public Health the State University of New York at Albany Elizabeth the walk us through these new. Cdc Guidelines for places of Worship Right. Let's take a look at what they say and the wording of them I think is really important. Here let's go through them here three that. We've three of the of the various things that they wrote. Consider limiting the size of gatherings. Consider practice social distancing considering crease ventilation disinfect frequently touch services but surfaces between services and shared objects between uses. They also say to consider just not sharing things like no collection play. Don't share hymnals. Also if you can't practice social distancing than they encourage the use of cloth face coverings. I think important to note here. I've been covering the CDC for decades now. They're usually much more to the point than this. We should consider social distancing at a church. That doesn't even make sense. We're we're supposed to be social distancing really pretty much all the time why would you just want to consider it? These seem to be sort of these kind of weak and watered down to me. We have to make clear that the whole point of having a service is to have many people in an enclosed space. They also talk about consider having them outside. Obviously that's not always practical but you can do all of these things after you've considered them and still you're going to have possibly an issue in churches where they haven't done anything. There have been outbreaks. People have died because of outbreaks that started a churches? It's unclear how much you can mitigate something when you are bringing together a large number of people these guidelines from the CDC Guidelines Recommendations. These are not mandatory by any means right. Oh absolutely not. They're not even really recommendations in a way. I mean when you say consider social distancing. I get concerned that when people read that they're like I would sort of an option. We can social distance. We not when you use words like consider it makes it sound like it's not necessarily all that important David hold grave. We've seen many clusters of cases around the country emerged at religious services. So do you think these measures will be enough to limit transmission? We're coming into a holiday weekend. I think it's really important to be clear about what we're trying to do. Here whether it's Houses of worship or other organizations. We still have a responsibility to help. Protect older persons persons of all ages of underlying health conditions and even increasingly. We're seeing a case that this new Children that we need to be mindful of and the tools that we have available to us now or quite similar to what we had when the shutdowns began agree with what Elizabeth said. We have to be clear that It's not really an option. We have to practice social distancing. We need to stay home. If we're ill We need to make sure that we're checking. Symptoms and temperature may be at the doors different organizations or faith communities Using mask using gloves Cleaning between Services all of those things that we really must do if we're going to really protect all members of our community and I think those are really critical steps to take. And you also David Been Looking at this other development today the effectiveness of hydroxy caloric when you look at these late breaking results that we just received today. Do you think it's clear? This drug should not be used to treat corona virus patients. Or is there still some room for debate? Well I think the message is becoming quite clear from the observational studies. In the literature. We have the very large study over ninety six thousand people from six different continents That was published in The Lancet Journal. Today fifteen thousand of those persons received either hydroxy chloroquine chloroquine And or an antibiotic with that and as was said earlier increased numbers of deaths and M Normal Heart Rhythms and that message is really quite consistent with our paper that was out in the Journal of American Medical Association a few days ago in the paper in the New England Journal of Medicine a few days before that so these three large observational studies. I think are telling a very similar message that there doesn't seem to be evidence of a benefit here in depending on the study there does seem to be concerned about different kinds of effects that might be associated with them in our paper. Jama. The effect was Around cardiac arrest this one Today land is around. Deaths and abnormal heart rhythms. I think that combined with the NIH treatment guidelines on the FDA. A statement of drug safety concern are really clear that if anyone is considering using Drugs they need to be very mindful. About what the literature is suggesting so far of course these are observational studies and we await some randomized control trials that are underway now and also these studies that are focused on more ill hospitalize patients and we await any studies either observational are nice trials for prophylactic purposes. All right Dr David Hold Grave Elizabeth Cohen guys. Thank you very much up next beach cities around the country Bracing for crowds this holiday weekend and the potential spread of the virus talk to the mayor of Daytona beach about what his cities doing to keep people safe. Plus the growing number of violent confrontations over facemask rule. We expect a lot from our homes. They're more than a place to hang your hat. Your home is where you try. Your hand handed gardening and new recipes rest and recharge work and play. And that's why at home advisor or to keeping your home up and running no matter what from the projects that creep up on you like appliance repairs. 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So what guidelines will people have to follow when they go to the beach in your city this weekend? Well Wolf we have asked that the folks come in no more than groups of six also if you are in a group of six year fine We've been asked. They stay ten feet apart from other groups and as you perhaps know our beaches referred to as the world's most famous beach and that is in large part because many swamps of our beach allow of beach parking and driving on the beach. So we also ask that you park on twenty five feet from each vehicle so those are some of the measures that we're putting in place with hopes of folks will be able to enjoy the beach and the sunshine and yet be safe as possible. It's going to be a holiday weekend. It is you know and you're expecting beautiful weather where you are. What would you do mayor if the beaches get over? Crowded and people aren't necessarily able to do significant social distancing well currently all of the beach approaches. That are normally open. It's the beaches spoil accents but we do have One of the mechanisms that can be put in place or enforced is regulate how many people are allowed to get down on the beach by closing off ramps but that is not something that we hope a plan to do in most cases thus far will we have noticed is that most folks are completely compliant with what we're asking one of our biggest concerns Happens to be the surf in the the rigor of the water. It during the season Recently we had as many as eighty rescue so we want people to Follow Good Water Safety Rules. Make certain that they are being safest possible. Winning the war to have to wear face masks wearing face. Masks is not a requirement. Obviously people quite naturally do wear face masks when they're on the beach but we certainly encourage it. We never wanted to storage. It is regarded as best practice in all situations but it is generally not expected it when folks come to the beat one thing I have said is that the the other amenities near the beach will not be open so we don't want people to expect obviously bars or even any of our rights to be available or ready for for them but as it relates to mass We don't expect people to wear them. But you always wanted courage best. Yeah you certainly do. Mayor Henry Florida's you know is seeing an upward trend in new cases. Right now one. Forecasting model actually predicts a spike across many southern states. Let Their guard down this weekend. Do you worry that potentially could contribute to a new spread of the virus in Florida in Daytona Beach? Where you are absolutely we are concerned. These viruses shown itself to be an uncertain and almost something that we are learning more about each day so I am concerned about spike in. We're preparing hoping for the best but obviously preparing as we have for the last several months for the worst. We got some detail. Cdc Guidelines for places of worship. This is on top of other reopening recommendations from the CDC is your community going to be implementing these guidelines at houses of worship this weekend. Well I have not had a chance yet to review the guidelines but we have not closed are worship centers and so we are religious community has been extremely compliant most of them have self regulated by closing and I fully expect them to embrace the CDC guidelines as they have done throughout the pending or mayor. Derrick Henry Good luck to you good luck to everybody in Daytona Beach. I'm sure it's going to be very very important to see what unfolds in these coming days in with the impact potentially could be effect so much for joining us. Thank you wolf thank you. Some Americans are refusing to wear masks. Despite serious rules out there actually requiring them in certain areas and in a very disturbing trend enforcing mass usage has actually led to some violent encounters across the country. Brian Todd has been looking into this for sobriety. What are you finding out wolf? There have been several disturbing incidents over the past few weeks. Confrontations specifically related to people being asked to wear masks. The seeming escalation of this behavior has put store and restaurant employees as well as security guards endanger a confrontation over wearing masks. Gets deadly at a family dollar store in Michigan. Three people charged with killing a security guard. Who Police say had asked a customer to wear a state mandated facemask. It's unclear if the three defendants have entered pleas. The guards uncle couldn't make sense of it on never at this waffle house in Aurora Colorado. Police say a man threatened to cook who refused to serve him because he wasn't wearing a mask. Police say the man returned later wearing a mask and shot the cook after the Cook refused to serve him again. The man is charged with attempted. First degree murder he has not yet entered a plea at Publix grocery store in Miami beach earlier this month. This was the scene when a man was not let in because he wasn't wearing a mask. Miami Beach Police tells CNN. This video was captured on a Code Enforcement Officers Camera. The sign on the store's front door clearly says customers have to cover their mouths and noses. Cnn reached out to public for comment and more information on the incident. Like what precipitated. We didn't hear back from them. Miami Beach. Police did not have information on what started the confrontation but told CNN. No arrests were made tension confrontation and violence seemed to have escalated in recent weeks as businesses have opened up and customers have brushed back on the rules requiring face masks and it's frightening a lot of these stores are trying to follow the rules and regulations that have been placed out there but without additional security. It's become very difficult for them. People are angry. People are frustrated. What this means. For individual businesses it puts them in their employees at a greater risk. We asked a psychiatrist. Who's worked with law enforcement? What is it about being asked to wear face masks with might set off? Confrontations face is a very personal our most personal space. When we're telling people you have to cover that up it really kind of Volka very primitive sess about the fact that you are trying to dominate me. You're trying to humiliate me. You are trying to control me and I'm not GonNa do it. Some who have resisted wearing masks have said they have a right not to wear one and many people have been confused over mask wearing because so many jurisdictions have different ordinances about them but health. Experts ARE UNEQUIVOCAL. About why they're important as you go into the workplace as you're going into any area where there's a significant number of people the its it's lifesaving you're actually saving other people's lives by wearing that mask and preventing aerosol release of Covid nineteen virus but law enforcement. Analysts are worried tonight that has more businesses and public spaces reopened that the confrontations over wearing face masks will only escalate stretching the resources not only law enforcement but also of businesses which may have to hire extra security. Now Wolf really serious stuff excellent reporting Brian. Todd thank you very very much coming up. All fifty states are now reopening in some fashion but many of them are still seeing a rise. In new cases in governor's virus under control even as they loosen restrictions last one of the experts behind very influential corona virus. All fifty states have now partially reopened even as the US closes in on a corona virus death toll of one hundred thousand people. Let's discuss with Dr Chris. Murray is one of the experts key model often cited by the White House Dr Murray Right now what ninety five thousand eight hundred twenty three confirmed deaths here in the United States. What is your model? Tell us about when will actually had that very sad milestone of one hundred thousand deaths. We're GONNA hit the milestone of hundred thousand deaths. You know over a four day weekend so coming soon unfortunately And so yeah. Pretty soon. It's a pretty soon. It'll be one hundred thousand Americans dead over the past three months alone. March April and May What will the death the daily death till looked like as we go into the summer? Well we expect the daily death toll to go down slowly. That's the current forecasts There are four states that have got our attentional ready where the death count is starting to creep up in case count as a leading indicator and those are Arizona. Florida Texas in Wisconsin but overall the whole country. We do expect sort of slow decline for the next to you know. Two months as the country reopens people are moving around a lot more. But that hasn't necessarily lead to an increase in cases at least not yet Why do you think that might be? I think we've been surprised by that wolf which is You know there's been pretty big uptick in in mobility people around with street we see it in the data and yet we haven't had as as big increase in transmission is expected our best explanation for that is that quite a lot of. Americans are wearing masks and being precautious when they go out you know forty percent in the surveys on average varies by state. Say they always wear a mask and another forty percent say they sometimes wear a mask and we know that masks probably cut the risk for each individual by about half so. That's probably a big factor. Also people just being cautious when they do go out not everybody can see videos and an online but on average we think that's part of the reason we it's not as bad as it could be. Does your latest model still project that by early August August fourth one hundred forty three thousand Americans will will have died from corona virus right now once again ninety five thousand early August. One hundred forty three thousand. That's what we're seeing. I think as we factor in these states just didn't peak in on the upswing Florida in Texas examples. That are talking about those numbers will probably end up being revised upwards. But will. We're GONNA need to see where those trends go. Yes hundred forty. Three thousand Is Our current best estimate for till the early August and when it comes to the Global Outlook. I know you and your team have been looking into this very closely. How worried are you about the jump? In cases in right now for example in Brazil which has seen an explosion of confirmed cases and deaths. Brazil is incredibly concerning. A numbers are shooting up. And they're going up despite having had you know the social distancing mandates not imposed by the federal government but by the state governments and in the in the big academics like Rio de Janeiro Sao Paulo The numbers keep going up. They've had the mandates they're super concerning they're going in in into the winter season so to the extent there seasonal effects. It'll get worse. The same things starting to happen in Argentina and Chile in Colombia and Peru. Latin America's is really a big concern certainly as We'll stay very close touch with you. Dr Chris Murray thanks so much for what you and your entire team at the University of Washington are doing appreciate it very much. Thank you all right. Coming up. Colleges and universities are grappling with some extremely difficult decisions as they plan to reopen in the fall as possible to keep campuses safe during this pandemic. Us BANK. Thanks you for going to work and for staying home for treating patients and having patients for being on the front lines while having our backs. Thanks for working together and playing. Podcasts you love. Us Bank can't thank you enough but we can do our part. That's why we have donated millions to help our customers employees and communities in need equal housing lender member. Fdic back to our special coverage corona via pandemic and just a few moments. But first we want to tell you about an important new investigation into the trump administration's removal of yet another government watchdog. Cnn's Jessica Dean has more. Tonight there are questions about why? The Transportation Department's watchdog was removed from his post while overseeing an investigation into a trump ally and whether his ousting was politically motivated as acting Inspector General Mitch. Beam was investigating transportation secretary. Elaine Chao for alleged favouritism toward her home state of Kentucky. Show is married to Senate Majority Leader Mitch. Mcconnell who's up for reelection in Kentucky this November? The trump administration replaced being with a new acting. Inspector-general Howard Skip Elliott. A POLITICAL APPOINTEE NOMINATED BY TRUMP. Beam will be involved continuing on as deputy inspector general still. It's not sitting well with Democrats. From is urging a inspector general's across all the agencies We have not heard any substantive reason for removing the career professional was the acting. I G accepted. He isn't a trump loyalist. Or Use of beams. Removal came the same weekend as the firing of the state. Department's Inspector General. In fact he's the fourth inspector. General trump has fired or removed in the last few months. What's unclear is whether beams removal had anything to do with the ongoing investigation into shout or any other investigation. It's a question government watchdog groups like the Nonpartisan Project on government oversight. One answered one of the things that has to happen is there needs to be a clear. Mandate that any ongoing investigation remains in effect. And it's not stopped because of this removal. That's that's the best way to ensure that this wasn't retaliatory a department. Spokesperson calls the allegations against quote politically motivated. Waste of time adding quote while the department will always be cooperative and responsive to appropriate requests. Dot looks forward to a final resolution of these questions this week. Three Senior Democrats sent a letter to Secretary Chao asking for beam to be reinstated and requesting documents relating to his the Democrats which include chairman of the House. Translation Committee Congressman. Peter Defazio also expressed concern over Elliott. The new acting I g who will now serve in dual roles acting inspector-general the agency's internal watchdog and also the head of the pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration which is part of the Department of Transportation. Look political pointy is now both inspecting his own agency his own accidents. And we'll know about his own whistle blowers within his own agency. Because he's the I G. The Department of Transportation issued a fiery response saying the congressional letter contained quote numerous errors of fact law it defended Elliott's qualifications and record blasting. The letter is written to further. Enin founded political narrative. According to the Department of Transportation's response letter Elliot will recuse himself from any investigations involving his administration. What's happening at the Department of Transportation is part of a larger package of assaults on the independence of inspectors general? Now the department has said that beam was never removed from office because he had only assumed the duties of an acting inspector-general but CNN has obtained documents signed by Department attorney that designated Mitch Beam as acting inspector-general as for the new acting in special inspector general well we talked with a spokesperson from the DOT. Who tells us that? Howard skip Elliott will protect the independence of the office and also will perform his duties with the utmost Integrity Wolf. Are Jessica. Thank you very much Jessica Dean reporting for US coming up. Schools are struggling to figure out how and when to bring students back to campus. I'll speak to the president of Duke University. Schools across the United States are struggling to figure out what their campuses will look like this fall amid the corona virus pandemic. We're joined now by the president of Duke University Vincent Price President Price. Thanks so much for for joining us and I know you say students will be back on your campus this fall but specific details on the school schedule attendants testing having yet determined. I'm told what can you? What can you open up without first setting those guidelines to keep people who come to the campus students faculty others safe well? The the reason We stated that we would be announcing a by the end of June. Our concrete plans is because we are still working of details. Reopening university is not a straightforward proposition under these conditions We have Close to seven thousand undergraduates. Most of whom live on campus. We have Eight thousand graduate students. Who Live in the Durham North Carolina? Community over forty three thousand employees and the health and safety of the campus community and the community is our is our top priority As well as making sure that we can deliver excellent A BEST IN CLASS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS. Duke is that takes time. Duke is a great university as we all know so. Let me go through some specifics. president price Will you be doing corona virus testing for example we certainly will do testing and and we have been working with our medical experts at do cal And talking with epidemiologists. The did nature testing The regularity of testing the the manner in which we deploy testing is the open question. We'll schedule the schedule. Change as well. Will you be rotating students for example as they physically go to class How you're gonNA figure that well. We're looking at multiple scenarios and in most of these scenarios are Critical parameters have to do with safe social distancing on campus which means Less classroom space and certainly less residential space and we are looking to alter the calendar It certainly on the table as as one of the options were considering And to compress the the work that the students are doing so that we have less travel in and out of the campus for example. So we're running multiple options to ground at this so what about older professors Who might fear their health could be at risk. We're certainly sensitive to that. And we're anticipating that we will be combining Remote instruction even for students who will be on. Campus would be my expectation and some mixture of delivery of coursework face to face and remotely and my expectation is that we'll be sensitive to the needs of our faculty as well as the needs of our students. Many students may decide that they would rather Complete courses remotely in the fall rather than than be on campus and And our faculty may decide that they would like to deliver their courses remotely. I think That match of supply and demand is among the things. We're working out at this point. What about sports? You guys have great. Sports teams at Duke. Will Dukes College sports a be starting up again in the fall? Well again We're looking at that closely. At this point We have not made final decisions. We'll we'll make those announcements when we announce more generally what the fall program will be like working closely with the Atlantic coast conference Which is put together a medical advisory team which is chaired by a member of our Medical School Faculty? And we're looking very closely at ways that we can not just intercollegiate athletics. Recreation and Physical Education programs safely. That's that's the critical concern that we have been critical decisions. You have to make good President President Price Duke University a Great University. We'll stay in close touch with you appreciate it very much. Thank you so much. There's more breaking news coming up next here in the situation room the CDC issuing guidance for houses of worship has president trump orders them to reopen threatens to override governors who refuse.

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Have you done your homework? I am working on that homework sheet. It's it's in what I did something really bad. I reached out and I said, hey, guys, he got an ideas I can add to this and everybody did. So then we got complicates or working on it. But every Monday, essentially what I do is this I do it my life all. Always practically every day. Certain Mondays is I simply say, how's my life going in every area? My life and my happy with what I have a, my happy, what I'm building that I hadn't on the right road or to make a decision that was wrong. Just that one little self-assessment allows me to cracked and self-correct and and don't wait for somebody else to go, hey, what are you doing? What do you don't do that? Sit down figure out either life is going the way you wanted to go or tonight we can fix it out. If you don't know the way it's supposed to go, then we need to work on that a little bit. I can help you with that. Go to motivation wins. So we do every single day with their do your homework. So sometimes I get into shows that I'm thinking of what I'm talking about here. No, no, no, not what am I talking about? I actually, I, I have a rule. I don't talk about anything that I don't really understand inside now and that I don't use them my life and I don't use everything at the same time is impossible to do that. But all these ideas that come out of me on a regular basis are useful constantly built the life that I have. So that's my rule Siobhan tension also to not only that, but also what's going on in the world. And what if x. me it big waves and we've all had tragedies in her life, things that affected us. So I was thinking about this last night, and then I read an article on the news about Michael blue Blais Michael bay. The singer saying he's giving up the music business. Now I'm going to wait and see what happens. I think it might be true, not seventy five million records solely makes like twenty four million dollars a year. He's got just has brand new great album that came out the whole thing but decided was going to give up the music business forty three years old. Now, I'm sure it's a big deal because his son. Has been fighting cancer for awhile, knows cancer free right now, but that it flipped him upside down. It taught him a different way of thinking, and I'm going to tell you I'm seeing a lot of that happened in this world these days everybody's chasing after whatever they're chasing. After the fame the money, they could social status, whatever it happens to be, and it's doing nothing but wear and most folks down and more and more people are turning off and get. It's like I spent half the weekend out there in the fields as playing with the Packers and doing some some farve chores. Have a great time just being completely separated from whatever is buzzing in the atmosphere. And that got me thinking about it because as humans we need, we need a couple of things we need. We have human behavior, right? That's we are and we're going to act a certain way whether you like it or not, but we need to dream. We need to have dreams and ideas. We need progress, we need celebration, and we need reality really have to have all of that. If you ground yourself in reality, you'll very quickly look around and go way to one of my one on this stuff for you'll realize that you're not. Really dreaming, you're not really progressing, you're certainly not celebrating or maybe you're doing that all the time. That's all you're doing. And good celebration is a good celebration, but it really is much better if it has has some merit behind it. So this week, this Monday today, I'm just kind of thinking what if next week never comes. I've done a show before called what of Saturday never comes, but you know, for some people next week will not come. It will not. So I want you to do your homework today. I want you to sit down and just look at your life and say, is it good? Is bad, whatever. I don't care. What can I do about it next, which you'd resolve the takes a massive and perfect action to make progress. Don't go crazy with it. Just pick something simple and do a little bit, and then a little bit more tomorrow. That's you progress a little bit more. The next thing that your progress and as you get a little bit progress, celebrate your results. Do that. The coming week. This one I can tell you for sure. The next seven days it will happen. We'll never happen again. That's not even a negative thing. It's just true. It's got pass. It will tick tock off the calendar. You'll never see it again. So make the best of it work, hard defend. Would you built along the way and get get your party on next week and I can share one? Can I share one more sober for you? And again, chief is very positive. I'm a positive guy, but I've just seen certain things happen. I tend to ground myself morality a little bit of Scott logic like Michael boob lady on right now. He saw the other side of life and he had a dream life. Yes, still does, but he saw what could happen. A lot of us have seen that. I have. But let me give you a little bit of insight here. Negatively. Inouye motivates. People are inspired so, but sometimes a little bit you longtime ago. My first way, Cheryl got sick. She had cancer, and it was kind of interesting because all along the way is we're treating her and she was well for years six, seven years. She was well. Then it came back and got her. And that's exactly what you said. Got me. But along the way, I'd been nagging her for a while. She was healthy. Thanks are fine. We thought it was came back pretty fast. And I said, what are you gonna go swim with dolphins. When are you gonna to do that because she kept talking about wanted to and she kept saying, I'm gonna wait. I'm gonna wait because I want to take my best friend Lin on her birthday, which was about three or four months from that time. So I wouldn't wait. I just go ahead and go now it doesn't. I want to go on a birthday. It'd be just be fine. Go do it well, well, then she got, she got sick. And one of things I've learned about life is this if you get sick. Things change fast. Don't make the assumption that everything is going to be perfect all the time you're gonna have to drive this train of your life to get it there because very likely if something happens in an instant, it changes and whatever you wanted to do is not going to be possible. I get negative way just that's how it is. I'm sure you can think of times in your life right now when things are just going along, and then they weren't. What happened. What if next week never comes. I said, I can promise you this week is not ever going to happen again, miserable. Make the best of it. Well, this happened this time of year too. I can't. My wife passed away toward the in December, so I just need a heads up right now. The beginning of December heads up. I get more spiritual, get deeper. I start going into places like this. It's very natural for me. I think you can imagine having gone through that during the holiday season. It does begin to affect me just a little bit. I know it's coming. I don't get down about about but get very real about it. So we can draw you into this place where you see it's really important about life. Support about life come hang out with the motivation to move dot com. You should. It's awesome. I can sing that. Click daily. Click every single day that text message you get. I continue the and I got, I can get you on a coaching call. We can laugh and have a good time. We can talk about productivity. We can talk about Reggie relationships the whole deal. It's fun. Try go to motivation dot com. Right now. There's a bunch of people there right now on the website. The news have great time and you are welcome to be there as well. Pasha muck for the entire week to try it out. If it's not right for you, we preach his show up.

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02112020 Trump Budget is DOA; Tariff negotiations lack yuan currency solution

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02112020 Trump Budget is DOA; Tariff negotiations lack yuan currency solution

"The trump budget is dead on arrival according to Democrats. And it's no wonder. The budget assumes three percent growth which has never been achieved under trump to date it assumes that we should extend the tax cuts for the rich that were set to expire on twenty. Twenty five in. It would shave off. Eight hundred billion for Medicare over ten years and it would further cut. Two hundred billion from Medicaid while promoting a block grant program Attorney General Bill Bar announced indictments against four workers of the Chinese military for hacking Equifax and twenty seventeen. What's likely to happen to them? Not much former Iowa governor. Tom Tom vilsek is one one hundred fifty thousand dollars in the January. Twenty second powerball drawing. He plans to give the church a big chunk of the winnings. The commander of the Newly Minted Space Force Program General John. J. Raymond has said that two Russian satellites appear to be shadowing a US multibillion dollar spy-satellite coming within a hundred miles of the craft. The Russian embassy insists the satellites are only inspector spacecraft conducting an experiment Ross story dot com is reporting. That trump has been fixated on Bloomberg since the start of the year and and frequently brings up the former mayor's campaign operation including many top democratic campaign. Veterans that are a part of it. Trump's trump's twenty twenty campaign is concerned over Mike Bloomberg spending because they all saw how much he helped Democrats in the twenty eighteen cycle. Trump's team is hoping being to show Bloomberg Bloomberg is buying the Presidency Mike Bloomberg you know what the way I see it. It's your money. Spend it how you want to to lost and found the captain of a charter. Fishing Boat in Florida found two parachutes in a capsule door about thirty two miles off the coast of Daytona Daytona Beach. All of this. Apparently from the SPACEX dragon crew capsule according to U P I dot Com. The discovery came about ten days after SPACEX deliberately exploded rocket in that very same area. Well Texas Zoo is allowing Jilted Valentines Day lovers to name a cockroach or a rat after their ex and then just sit there and see it fed to one of their zoo animals. The rats will be fed to snakes. And that's not enough. The feeding will be live streamed online so purchasers can confirm the demise while it does go to a good cause. It helps a scene Antonio's zoo and they have to to feed the animals anyway right well. The diamond Princess Corona Virus cruise ship is back in the news again with twenty four Americans among the now one hundred and thirty five people infected with the virus after about a week's worth of quarantine spent at a harbour south of Tokyo. Several several Indian crew members have appealed for help from the Indian government and they're alleging that because they are not segregated from the rest of the people there at a greater risk confection with stands to reason the total number of deaths from the corona virus worldwide is at nine hundred ten outpacing. The desk from SARS many days ago on this day back in two thousand and seven finance ministers and bankers from the g seven industrial nations renewed pressure on China to relax. Its controls over its currency will since then folks nothing is really changed in fact on August fifth. Twenty nineteen China devalue their currency for the first time in a decade and response to trump's tariffs ultimately making their products cheaper in the US overcoming the price increases from the tariffs if tariff talk doesn't include. How the Chinese control their currency Mr Trump the tariffs are just an exercise in frustration for farmers and ultimately an exercise in frustration for the American consumer? This flash briefing was brought to you by the rested Western culture podcast. And you can find us on. ITUNES stitcher tune in spotify in Google. Play or wherever you find your podcast. Thanks for listening.

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Make A Decision or Drive Yourself Crazy

The Daily Boost

12:13 min | 1 year ago

Make A Decision or Drive Yourself Crazy

"Hey today's daily boost is brought to you by hellofresh. Man. I love these guys. We've been a customer for a long time. Well before they started sponsoring this show, they are a meal kit. Delivery service shop. They plan to deliver step by step recipes, they bring it right to you, and it's awesome. You can save big right now. I got I got a deal for you. Get eighty dollars off your first month by going to hellofresh dot com slash boost eighty and enter promo code boost eighty. Are you? Did you have a great weekend? I hope so. Great show for you told me awesome. I I had a little bit of a disruptive weekend. I often will say like it's in the way and sometimes people think, well, that's bad at sub gets in the way. But, you know, sometimes good stuff in life gets in the way, and you're like, okay, this is have some fun. And that's what happened is awesome yet. Great to it is the daily boost from motivation. Move dot com. You decide that you want something to the success. You know, you deserve and it's coming it's just around the corner, maybe a corner, that's a mile away or maybe two miles away, but it's coming all you have to do really is understand what you want. And what the expected outcome is, and then has coaching along the way. And it's not necessarily all about the strategies of the ideas, you'll pick up a ton today. I promise you that it's mostly about the mindset, and that's really where I spend my time working on the mindset. Now a lot of people come in to these shows particularly were wherever we're now. I tunes an iheart and Spotify and. I heard how we're to my I think the only one is I'm not a soundcloud because it's kind of difficult to go over there. But, but a lot of people come in, and look it for the tips and tricks, Scott. Tell me if I do this, then this will get fixed and we can do that, and we will do that today. But mostly it's about the mindset of, hey, get things done. And I will go over that here in just a moment as well. My name is Scott. Smith on the founder and the chief motivating officer here at motivation move dot com. Thank you so much for stopping by today. Let's talk about hellofresh. I love some hellofresh. In fact, right now, I can smell downstairs in the kitchen. My wife cooking, a wonderful chicken something. I don't know what it is. I should have checked, I guess hellofresh. It's in the house. They are a meal kit. Delivery service a shop. They plan they deliver step by step recipes and pre measured ingredients. All you've really basically have to do is, is cook, eat and enjoy. Since my wife is cooking right now. I just get to enjoy, but that's me right now, frankly, it's, it's really home. Cooked meals made simple. Hellofresh makes conquering, the kitchen a reality. It's really good as really simple. And yeah I can cook them to undo on, on a regular basis. You don't you know, the best thing about hellofresh. You'll spend so much less time meal, planning and grocery shopping, and time is money. Right. Flaws, you're gonna find that you save money with hellofresh, just like we do, because they send you exactly what you need. There is no waste whatsoever. And you know what works really well too. I've been following a very strict diet and I'm cleansing so their day day and a half. I'm not eating at all on those days, my wife, she takes a hellofresh meal and she splits up between dinner and lunch. The next day. Yeah. Smells drive me crazy right now, realize, oh, they have something by the way called dinner to lunch. It's designed to do just that, right. Out of the box. Make dinner pick it to work the next day, every time I tell you, it's, it's awesome. When I get off my diet. I'm ordering juicy Lucy burger. Trust me on this one. Just do it. Let me give that promo code again. So you can actually save a great deal of money on hellofresh to get started. Get eighty dollars off your first month by going to hellofresh dot com slash boost eighty and enter boost eighty as the promo code. I'll say it again. Don't want you to miss it. That's eighty dollars off your first month by go to hellofresh dot com slash boost eighty enter promo code boost eighty it's like getting eight meals free. Good deal. Speaking of mindset. Mindset is everything it really truly is, and what I have learned my life is that the mindset once you get, it's like something trick is a click, right? It's that moment in time you go all it was his pieces before, it's like a jigsaw puzzle. You couldn't quite figure how to put together and then suddenly, you see the picture or like it's one of those, those three D posters were you look at which, by the way, not very good at, and there's a picture in there, but you can't see it. But then you stand there and you look at it. And you'll oh I see it. There's a kitten in this picture mindset is everything. So we want to work on that. We'll do that a little bit today for give you an idea that will move you through some of the decision making challenges that you have that are driving me crazy. I gonna stop that. In the meantime, Monday question. Have you done your homework? Did you sit down and ask? How is your life going, what do you like what do you not like your goals, your roles? What do you focus on what you want to focus on? Are you getting what you want? Are you not are the things that need that you need to defend, so you make sure you don't lose, I promise you, if you don't defend what you have it is going away, someday life changes around you. If you sit there and do nothing something's gonna change. It's gonna change your situation things you don't have any control over. So we want to make sure that you do that. And speaking a mindset again, go to perfect week planner dot com. Get my little PDF download when you get it look at it printed out, and go, okay. Well, this is really, really simple. What do I do with it? That's what you're gonna think. If you read the questions you'll see they're really, really well thought out to drive unit certain direction. Secondly, watched the video, I'm getting a lot of questions in these days. People saying Scott, I don't quite know what to do with this thing. I said, did you watch the video will? No, I didn't. Well, it's right there, watch the video, it's twelve minutes long. You have time for that in twelve minutes reminds, it will shift that he was starting to think, like people like me, who have control over my life. Who are moving my dreams forward and taking care of everything else as well. But not letting life get in the way of me. Life does not rock my world. I rock my world. So get the perfectly planner it perfectly, Viner dot com, and then we'll go from there. Okay. Let me know how you doing operation reinvention getting going motivation. Move dot com today in some information brand new podcast coming out as well to support that, that will be on the feed. I we'll put it out here on itunes and everywhere else for a little while. I'm not sure if we're gonna keep it out here or take it back inside. We'll let you know on that here pretty soon. But go to motivation move dot com right now. For more information on that now today. I want to talk about. You're driving yourself crazy. Maybe you are now I'm not talking to you specifically. But that that guy right there. See him look for your shoulder there since you know what you're looking in the mirror. What's okay if you went to it could be you. It would maybe but listen, you're probably driving yourself crazy. Because no matter what you desire in life. I think we can agree on something because you're smart. I you know, this stuff a thought pops into your mind, and as I Powell. No, what am I gonna do it demands? Your attention thoughts are things right. Incredibly powerful. What you think about we'll, if you give it enough energy, become real. In fact, to your mind. It's already real. That's the problem. A lot of folks get these ideas in their head and before you know what they're often running in a certain direction. Maybe, maybe not there are they're sitting on the fence, which is where most people are, which is why we're going to talk about this today. So a thought pops in your mind, it could be it is the big thought it could be a gossipy thought it could be something about work. It could be something that the house could be something that doesn't have anything to do with real life at all. It's just something you just talked about popped in your head. So when that happens, it has demanded a little sliver of your attention, or maybe a lot of it now what's going to happen here. We basically have three options. I'll give you a third a fourth one or a beaver Shen that I actually began to employ this weekend. Number one, you can deny your thought and keep on moving. I'm not saying you have to say, no, and no it's just it listen, if it's a little gossipy thing from the work or something like that, that maybe you're worrying about a little bit. Maybe that could ruin your whole freaking weekend instead to say I'm not to Monday done. You've denied it. You put it out of your head move on. You do that enough times. You're going to get really, really good at your break the pattern of that kind of thought coming in it won't come back. So number one, we just want to kind of deny it and keep on moving. So just just they've alone. It doesn't have any way to you. What if it did have? Wait. What does something did have wait? Maybe something popped into your head that maybe you wanna do. Or maybe you want to buy. Yeah. I'll tell you about that. While you could accept that this is going to happen, and then just put an action doesn't mean you have to do it, right this minute, but you decided, Yep. That's gonna be real. We're gonna do it. I've done that many many times. But joy came to me and said, I want to buy a farm and have alpacas and have a heard of Pakistan, going the pack of business. I said, okay, boom, within months it happened. We just did it except that it was done. Number three is you can sit on the fence and get splinters in your but you could delay making decision and drive, yourself crazy. Jeez. You're just to say doesn't matter done, or it does matter what am I going to do with it? If not today when or just drive yourself gray as easy. It's no fun. Wild hair. I wanted to buy a drone just wanna buy toy for myself and had a friend of mine that had one took a motorcycle trip to the tail of the dragon. It was very cool. The video he got I used to be in video and film, and everything of that'd be I'm up by drone, I- I-, twelve acres out here, the country, I could fly drone have a good time. So this wild hair, pops up. And I know something about Scott man, when that while here pops device, something usually the credit card follows really fast. But this case, it wasn't quite there, and I didn't wanna kite, deny it yet in yet. I didn't wanna buy it's actually gotten car down to best buys it. Let's by local, let's go down there Daytona Beach best buy this by drone as I'm walking in. I'm looking at the drawn thing. Yeah, but I not denying it yet. And I can't quite get myself accepted says they've got they'd be something else because I'm on the verge drive myself. Crazy. What am I gonna do? All I did was kind of alternate just a little bit. I said, you know, I, I was going to buy it out of what I call my profit account. It's money that we just saved just for fun stuff. And it just kind of sits there and it's, it's a nice little counted. Good, a good amount of money, actually. But I didn't want the drum quite bad enough. And I was starting to question the dollars and cents of a gun two thousand dollar deal. I mean, I don't want to spend this kind of money, but I do I really want. It was going back about him is driving me crazy. Right. So I thought about it. I took a breath. I don't care. Here's the deal. Why don't I enjoy the research this and go inside to buy, the one, I want the real one. I want with all the bells and whistles, I want. But I'm not gonna do it. Until this account that I have that has the play money at it gets to a certain number. And I won't tell you what that is. But it's, it's, it's kind of a stupid number that basically makes the purchase of something like that. Like nobile. And immediately what happened. Okay. Done. So I accepted it, but I put some rules on it be able to do that. It's like worry, I don't worry about what's going to happen at three months today. Why would you ever do that? If something is going to bother me in three months. I just wait till three months of worry about it. Then. So deny it, you can deal with it. You can delay it. The quality of your life is really going to be affected by the result. Choice. If I were you I probably wouldn't sit on that, fence very long anyway, because that's going to hurt if you do that, long enough. Stop driving you crazy. Right. Get over the motivation dot com where you're doing some cool stuff over there. New show this week coming out has a new title. It's going to be supporting operation reinvention joy will be on the show fantastic there. And we also are supporting weight loss getting in shape, and fitness, all summer long. I'm going to take off about thirty pounds in total by Labor Day. Just really kind of revamping a lot about my life, and you can come along for the ride as well. We're doing all summer love to have you and also offering some free coaching to folks who are going to join me specifically on the ice identified thirty day, weight loss system if you like it, if you want to do something proven, if you want to have a buddy, who's doing exactly the same thing you're doing it will support you every single day. That's me. I'm your Huckleberry shoot a notice Scott at motivation. We've dot com. Let me know you want in. We'll talk on the phone. See if it's good thing for you. If this look if not as cool, I appreciate talked to have a great day. See you tomorrow at motivation move dot com.

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