18 Burst results for "Dietsch"

A Look Around Good Vibrations - The Antique Vibrator Museum

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:13 min | 2 months ago

A Look Around Good Vibrations - The Antique Vibrator Museum

"The good vibrations antique vibrator museum is about the size of a living room. And in glass cases around the walls arranged in chronological order are about one hundred vibrators dating all the way back from the late. Eighteen hundreds up to the early nineteen seventies and some of them are these beautiful lustrous jewel toned pieces of plastic others not so much they were super steam punk looking in the early twentieth century in and before they were definitely little machines. This is our tour guide carol. Queen carroll is the museum's curator has a phd in sexology and has worked at good vibrations for decades for a first stop on the tour. Carol wanted to introduce us to one of the oldest vibrators in the museum's collection. It's called the v. d. vibrio tori massager. And whether it was supposed to make you think of venereal disease. I don't actually know that's lost in the midst of time at least as far as my information. Sources are concerned the v. is old school. No batteries no electricity. It's got a hand crank. It kind of looks like an egg beater. If i'm honest and the museum has an old photo of a doctor holding a similar vibrator using one hand to operate the crank and the other depress the applicator end of it against a standing woman's back. Yes her back. In the late eighteen hundreds most people would have come into contact with vibrators in the context of a doctor's office in the vibrators early days it was seen as this kind of cure all for all kinds of medical problems and it was used at first in the doctor's office and then later in the home there is an nineteen teens book that was published by the hamilton dietsch company. Yes the same company that makes the blender that we make our margaritas on friday night which made vibrators and was one of the major vibrator manufacturers. There were many but they're one of the major ones in the nineteen so hamilton beach made a vibe and they published a book called health and how to get it

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"dietsch" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

07:16 min | 4 months ago

"dietsch" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"He's very big believer in bipartisanship to do that. And then the question is is he willing to carve out something develop filibuster and he hasn't told me data Chuck schumer but he's going awful lot of trouble. Just gonna let it die. So i think actually is a decent jhansi will all right. Both you hang on their wanting to tolliver bill kristol. Stay with us coming up. The house speaker reacts to concerns from within her own party. The democrats could be at risk of losing the house when the eleventh hour continues i always behind. You always have to run by so i. I have no no comment about my colleagues acceptance as a great chair of the d. Tripathi congressman. Sean patrick maloney of the state of new york. I'm very confident that we will win the house but in terms of the specific where he was zeroing in on it always run scared. That's it speaker. Pelosi today responding to warnings from the head of the democratic congressional campaign committee. The d triple c. The democrats might be in trouble in the midterms. If they don't change their messaging on the economy still with us. Juanita tolliver and bill kristol. Let me start with you. What do you make of monet's comments and and speaker pelosi's response look from the perspective. They're like less make our case to the public and let's stick to biden and it makes sense. His agenda is wildly popular from the affordable afford the american rescue plan to the infrastructure infrastructure packages. People support this people need this and people will recognize it when democrats call it out and say hey we delivered this to you and almost exclusively delivered this to you. A pelosi's response also recognizes that. Not only is she has scrapper but she also knows the uphill battle that democrats are going to be up against recognizing that we still have redistricting. That will come down that it's going to be led by number of gop state. Legislators and that's going to be a structural battle so that's not even anything that messaging can handle but the other thing that's bigger policy said in her weekly conference was that she also empowers her members to customize their messages so that it appeals at a local level because we recognize that in generic ballot. What shah the dietsch represented so the caucus last week. It does not catch her individual members popularity at the district level and so she's really encouraging people to do but the win the overall objective here is gonna come from the fact that they are leaning on an agenda that is wildly popular with the american public. And they've done so much so it's time to highlight that it's time to emphasize that in his time to let people know that they did that alone without help from republicans and that's gonna create a quite a dichotomy of what you're going to the republicans in the midterms where they're more focused on culture. Wars and democrats are more focused on the results that they've delivered which interesting because when you look at the the infrastructure stuff it's polling at two to one in favor right now including with a majority of republicans in fact. It's typically been a republican type of undertaking. And you're seeing that in the senate right you're seeing movement from republicans who say unlike what one eight of saying. They don't want this thing to go through without the idea that they were republicans on board so i hear that from some people and i hear from other people that nobody ever cares about who was behind the bill in the end. So republicans are fine pushing back on these things and having them pass. They'll take credit anyway. Yeah the republicans in the house. Just the structural advantage both in terms of that redistricting. Just normal the difficulties partied. Our has the first term after two years. The white house voters tend to what literature check does great. I'm glad we got all those bills through now. We wanna make sure that by doesn't go too far that's what the republicans are counting on. So the only thing i would add to what is said is i think the democrats could do more to discredit the republicans in the house. They need to it. Unacceptable to have kevin mccarthy speaker for swing voters. And that means. I think tying the the crazies in the house of there now a lot sixty percent of the house votes over during the election they got martyred yellow green lukavica lower over. They got mad gates. They gotta make the more mainstream republicans whether they're members incumbents or challengers or open seeds countless people. But you're going to be in the same conference with them. You're fine mccarthy. Being speaker and at least the all top three Overturn the elections on november six. So if i were running everything for the house. If i work some combination Moloney id the doing a good job on the affirmative side pluses extremely impressive speaker very tight into girardi that she has moved for but i think they could do more to make the republicans and unacceptable altered honestly juanita. What's the what's the balance. That pelosi and democrats have to manage between Progressive agendas including a success this week with the eviction moratorium and things like infrastructure that a a broad base. Well how how does she manage. What democrats are two americans. When the next election comes around. Look front and center on what they've delivered. I think that that point around infrastructure is key because we know especially when the bipartisan package gets through the senate house. Progressives are gonna be looking for that reconciliation package to come right along with and so avoiding friction on that is going to be key for speaker pelosi and we heard in her weekly press conference today that hey it depends on what happens in the senate and so what she's not do. Let's try to walk that tightrope because we know that that pipe partisan package is wildly popular. We also know. There's a lot in the reconciliation package. so emphasizing what. Those additions are whether it's access to early. Childcare era paid medical leave access to universal pre-k all of the positives included in what they're doing in that. Reconciliation package should be front and center as a reason why it needs to also get to the house pass through the senate and bill kristol. What about the republicans in the house and the senate who aren't part of that crazy caucus what about mainstream republicans outside of elected government. Who who would like to see something of a republican party once again or a party that puts forward normal but conservative proposals. Where is that at right now. Are people just sitting it out thinking that they're still talk that either. Donald trump is coming back into office august thirteenth. According to the pillow guy or getting reelected again there's primaries there is much less trump republicans running in some of these open season challenger races for the senate for the house so far the you know the doesn't look good for those about looking ami liz. Cheney says it all right conservative. Republican went along with trump reluctantly went along on most things for four years of broke on what he did. After november third said was unacceptable. Continue to say that and how many republicans in other house that says it all To both of you right conversation tonight. I appreciate it. Juanita tolliver and bill kristol coming up the alarming new research that suggests a crucial part of the atlantic ocean. Could be at risk when the eleventh hour.

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"dietsch" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

06:53 min | 4 months ago

"dietsch" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"Eight hundred opie s and in the twenty twenty five games at the big league level this year. He's gone eight for forty four. But i mean he's he's still pretty good and swin. Sqi is twenty two. He say fifteen home runs in double a san antonio this year. And then i mean you could. I mean really. The list candidates goes on and on and on but like those are some really good prospects. But adam frazier is a really good guy that the padres at least get to keep for another year and he's such a valuable piece because you can put him anywhere in the field like that's what makes it so amazing is you can literally put him anywhere in the field except for maybe pitcher or catcher and you will be better off then having m- most people there like even like advertisers probably going to play a little bit a little bit more first base with the padres because of eric hosmer but they also might have them fill out. He's a second. He's a middle infielder by trade. He can also play third base and the outfield so like you to have him play seven nine positions and that is just amazing but after that on the twenty six th the yankees acquired right handed pitcher clay homes from the pie from the pirates for diego. Castio and roy park both are infielders and that move added more depth to the yankees bullpen with the twenty eight year. Old homes bringing a four ninety three. Era in his forty two relief appearances this year with new that sent him to new york. Homes also struck out forty four batters. His calling card is a sinker that he throws more than half the time and helping him post a seventy two point. Four ground ball rate in twenty twenty one. Now i think that whenever i see a guy that gets traded from a bad team like the pirates and then he goes to a contender like new york and i see that really really high four ninety three era. And i would. Actually i think i think about is. I think it's going to be a very good situation. Because in the other times he was coming in in most likely terrible situations like situations where he had runners on like in his relief appearance and then his defense wasn't very good either like the virus. Just aren't very good this year like it and so like it's every time i see like a pitcher something like that get traded on like wow like. That's pretty that's that's a telling sign that the yankees think klay homes is going to be pretty pretty good also on july twenty six. The as acquired andrew traffic from the cubs for outfielder. Greg dietsch men and right handed pitcher daniel palencia chaff. Chairman gives the as a second reliable lefty high leverage innings out of the back of their bullpen. Along with jake digman. The thirty-one-year-old has a two zero six. Era and forty three relief appearances for the cubs this year with thirty seven strikeouts and thirty nine third innings and then the cubs get back. One of oakland's top ten prospects in diekmann whose number nine hurt mlb pipeline. Who's having a very good season at aaa this year. And the twenty six year old is hitting three hundred eighty four. Thirty two on base percentage. Four home runs and seven steals and fifty nine games. Palencia is a twenty one year old right handed pitcher in his first professional season after the as scientists out of the venezuela in february of twenty twenty so the the cubs definitely got some really good prospects back like solid solid prospects. And i think i think trading for dietsch men is very very impressive trade especially considering your give. You're getting trough you're giving up schaaf men to an american league team up next. Though is the astros. They acquired on july twenty seven. Kevin gray excuse me kendall. Grave and rafael montero from the mariners. For abraham toro the third basement and right handed pitcher. Joe smith division rivals off trade to their game against one another on tuesday night. The astros beefed up their bullpen by acquiring grave man. Who owns a point. Eight two era in ten saves this season the astros ranked fifteenth Bigs with a four fifteen bullpen. Era and monteiro who was designated for assignment on friday opened the year as seattle's closer before losing the gig grave monteiro had posted eleven era. Since june sit in return the mariners. Br bringing a twenty four year. Old toro homered in seattle on monday. Soro had just hit a buck. Ninety three with a six twenty six through two hundred seventy four at bats in the bigs but he was ranked by mlb pipeline as houston's number three prospect in two thousand twenty and has an over one thousand ups at at the aaa level smith eighth thirty seven year old right handed pitcher as he's seven forty eight era through twenty seven appearances this year after that the reds ended up going in beefing up their own bullpen as well the reds went out and aguire lewis sessa and left-handed pitcher ryan pitcher louisa and left-handed pitcher justin wilson front from the yankees for a player to be named later and the reds added a couple arms to their bullpen. Early on that wednesday morning and sesa- is in the midst of his best season in the big as he carries a two eighty two era through thirty eight and a third innings. He's only allowed to earn runs in the past eleven. A third innings. Dating back to june. Fifteenth and wilson has struggled this season posting a six seventy six f. I p through twenty one appearances. But he did throw a couple clean innings over the previous week over over the prior week before that before that joe july twenty eighth i should say and the yankees trade saves the. It saves them some money in all. Honesty is wilson was owed about a million dollars this and has a two point three million dollar player option for twenty twenty two and sesa- is owed about four hundred thousand dollars for the rest of the season but he still have two years of arbitration remaining and then also on july twenty eight th the reds continued trying to beef up their bullpen. By trading for right handed pitcher michael gibbons from the rockies for case williams and no davis the reds continued to fortify their bullpen that wednesday and a day after they had not even a day the next about the day.

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"dietsch" Discussed on The Current

The Current

03:12 min | 5 months ago

"dietsch" Discussed on The Current

"From cbc podcasts and the fifth estate brainwashed is a multi part investigation into the cia as experiments in mind control from the cold war and m. k. Ultra to the so called war on terror. We learn about a psychiatrist who used his patients as human guinea pigs. And what happens when the military and medicine collide. Listen to brainwashed on the cbc. Listen app or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. I was offended to by the six five misogyny of the leader of the opposition cat calling across the tiber at me as i sit here is if the prime minister wants to politically speaking. Make an honest woman herself. Something that would never have been said to any man sitting in this chair offended when the of the opposition went outside in the with parliament and stored next to a sign that says dietsch the week. I was offended when the labor of the opposition law makes to assign that. It's growing me as i meant speech. I was offended by those things misogyny sixties every from this labor of.

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"dietsch" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"dietsch" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"Oh, I don't know that I got look him up a fight that I'm looking forward to because it was stopped early was magomed on Collab- against could Alaba that fight was rest fucked up. I felt like the. Get so he should have got so south. Yeah, and these guys. I saw that could've win this one. I don't know either I'm talking to you but. A ref mess something up route. They got the worst Reps. I mean. I'll eat the rats in all of sports WWF's. was saw this one was like really bad it was. It was such a best. and. The. Coming. So I I love that. He's got. He's like the DAD by champion. You think he is he just. Right coming. He was one I got in trouble trying to get on the submarine trying to smuggle. The. That he was part of the National Cock smuggling ring and he had at least four in his that I knew and then they called it an officer got weird but I was just trying to make people laugh so so he's fighting. ALASSIO dietsch ARECO. WHO'S LOSS FROM ITALY LOSSES? Last fights last Miranda I watched the cabinet. Holland. Be Julia Marquez I thought mark has won that fight to maybe bang boss with the knee. But I still think coming twins wins this fight you. Vice pretty cut drive. It's like. My God and then ask Bruce Leroy. is, Fighting Kevin Croom. In, against chase looper, he kinda like really outclass newspaper. Also is twenty years. old kind of one dimensional right now, striking is yet to be desired but has a big future and a big heart. and Jay's but So he's fighting this Guy Kevin Croom who is beat. He's coming over from auto my Bella. Tour? I, don't know much about him he bbb. So I'm just going to pick. For this one. I don't know much about I know. Roy. Risley relocated last night, but he all he finds a way to lose to listen. He does write A. Man where you like motherfucker your, Winnie Yeah. Michael, Johnson, thing his. Around. Yeah. Like Great I. Got and then all of a sudden, it just falls apart. So I put it up in the air but I don't know the other guy. He's like the Democrats they find a way dilute. Yeah, they find a way to lose because they have billy speak at their convention. was seventeen year old girl with green hair. Tell me about my tax taxes. Don't start because Republicans fucking convinced our cluster. Cursing..

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"dietsch" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"dietsch" Discussed on KGO 810

"Grant back to Grant Grant has Old fashioned would double hung windows, which were popular, extremely popular in the turn of the century for several decades after you could still buy double hung windows today, although yeah, stan Shalini different than the ones of yesteryear. But the double hung windows were the lower window was raised by counterweights on pulleys inside the window frame. And grass. Question is, what should I do about getting should I keep the weights or get rid of them? And should I drill holes into the wood frame so that I can insulate the area between the house frame and the outside of the window frame, And my answer is In order to replace the window. You're gonna have to remove the two existing windows full, upper and the lower to do that. There's a piece of trim. That travels up either side of the window and across the top on the innermost side of the innermost window frame that trim comes off. As soon as it comes off. You can pull the bottom window and the top window out. But what you're going to find is counterweights on each one. Pull the window down so that you can See the rope. Cut the rope on each side of each window. And I wouldn't discard the old windows. You get a lot of people just left drop and leave him there. Drop. They just let the weights drop in. Oh, no, I didn't. You didn't. You pulled him out. And, yeah, So here's what happens in the double hung window. When you get both the window frames out and you look on the side of the inside of each side of the frame, you'll see metal plates and screws. You remove the metal plate and the screw and you can extract the waits. This is very important because extracting the weights, which are quite large. And take up. An awful lot of space will reduce the insulated value that you're trying to achieve by forming the window. So my recommendation to you. Is take the windows out, pull awaits, and the cords out. Put the cover plates back, and he asked what type of foam minimal expanding window and door foam and it sold just like that, right being performed, by the way, don't throw the windows and the weights away, Sell them or take them to a rehab like or donate them to like. And you say, Well, who wants single pane windows? Their decorations there? Interior? I mean, they're so popular is desperation, you know, somewhere that can be used on an outbuilding. Sure, so Don't turn away because they're precious. They they're part of the history of the construction Anyway. Bottom line is once films in then you're gonna have to cut the foam off of the opening that Oozes out. Put your metal plates back on and then Have your window replacement company insert frames into your existing wood frame. Now I personally I don't care to do. Replacement windows. I believe that when a window is replaced, you ought to do the whole frame. Take off the stucco or the wood siding and install your new windows as if they were being put in the window unto the wall, just like new construction properly field. However, if your windows are not leaking, and your frames are not rotten anywhere, then putting a retrofit frame into those wooden frames. Is most acceptable and certainly watertight and a fraction of the cost of diffraction of the cost. But I warn you that if your frames are in any way deteriorating anywhere, In a few years, you will have to take the retrofit windows out. Take the frames out and re install new windows or new frames because wood does not last forever. Even though the new inserts might because other vinyl and you could do certainly would retrofit But very few people do that unless they have the budget for it. Hey, Durant. Thank you so much for the call. And we hope that your window replacement project is a good one. Thank you. And don't use white vinyl on wood frame window. Use a dark brown vinyl. And make the frame and the window the same color, so it disappears. So it sort of disappears. Right? 807 3724742 The phones we go, and Janet Yo, Janet. Hi, Yaya do in. Hi. It's such an honor to talk to you. Oh, it certainly is for us. That is Dido Did outs on your mind, Janet. Well, you know, I've been hearing about that wonderful Dutch garage floor coding. And I have a seen better days tile and grout kitchen counter and I was wondering if I could use that died for coding on that. Instead of having to, like, Dig out the grout and redo it. Well, you know, Dietsch is not a one trick pony. And they have a lot of products, some of which, by the way we're installing right now on a construction project that we're doing on a balcony, but they have a countertop. Re finishing product. I did look at that. Look at that. But it wasn't its not like smooth but what I can tell, you know that the installed product is smooth, but what you have to do is you have to first fill in the grout joints in your countertop. I think they would recommend a Dutch primer and the primer could be applied to the existing tile and grout. And you would make it as smooth as possible just as a base. And that would give you a monolithic surface onto which you could apply the Dutch countertop re finishing kit. Otherwise, the grout joints would telescope through the new Finnish. Does that make sense? Well, that's why I sought to use the epoxy resin product. You absolutely can. You still need a flat surface? No matter what products you use. You know, the epoxy will Maybe be a little more self levelling, But I think without doing a base that whatever it is, you attempt to put on it will telescope through. To some extent, my number one goal was to avoid having to do individual repair on the individual grout. There's no there's no, There's no work to.

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"dietsch" Discussed on Brunch

Brunch

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"dietsch" Discussed on Brunch

"Sleep was up till five thirty had nothing to do driving myself crazy. Daloa work! Eight? Smoked. A beer was losing my mind so I was like what's on afflicts. There's a new George Lopez special. Okay, why the heck not and. Wasn't the best. Maybe, it'd be the next. WHAT'S COOKING? I mean it will be more tolerable than the last thing we cooked on and we wanted to watch the comedy of Dane Cook stunk down. Yeah, but I mean, but I would say that the the songs on what's cooking up because we still had a great time doing a horrible horrible special. Retaliation which is which is incredible because We talked about this during Friday's. WHAT'S COOKING? But like retaliation was the Dankuk album that I was talking about the? The first comedy album that I've ever owned a expected it to be like to bring back a wave of nostalgia man that thing sucked. Ask It really truly sucked and I think that, for whatever reason, maybe the kindness of our own hearts. I think we went into this kind of rooting for it to be not that bad maybe Dinka comedy to not be that bad. So the next time we hear someone, Make Dane Cook into a punchline like Yo. You're sheep. You know that you checked it out. If you revisited yourself, you find. It's that bad and I think that we were maybe able to do that after harmful. If swallowed but boy, oh, boy, after retaliation rough, but it is a testament the what's cooking brand that. You put out a poll from the brunch account. Ended up looking like a Dietsch Paul because it was so close I take great pride in my polls get very close poll results it was what should we do next on? WHAT'S COOKING? Should we keep cooking or should we switch it up? And with a resounding. Fifty one percent. The brunt touchable voted. The Cook continues. Keep going with Dane Cook. Continue to listen to Dane. Cook and the next album. I'm kind of wary of this next one. Because a we just listened to a terrible one, but. We're going to listen to what came after retaliation where retaliation came out and the world's reaction was. We like you so much that you're going to sell out arenas now. So. Yeah, that's insane, so he was at the peak of his non comedy being enabled. Right. I mean that is truly spectacular the worth pointing out that my mom tuned in for her first. WHAT'S COOKING? And she texted me was like who the fuck ever thought. This guy was funny. That's what your mom said. Yeah, it is what my mom said. I was waiting to suit. I was like well I hope. He says that she said something. You guys back in the day. That's what your mom said. Now say is more than just a general. That's what she said all inclusive..

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"dietsch" Discussed on The Sales Energizer

The Sales Energizer

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"dietsch" Discussed on The Sales Energizer

"Just got off listening to the daily dose of the Dietsch. It's like an impenetrable fortress. It's you've entered. Nirvana you know the last podcast that we did at the beginning I said Monte Kia and was just and I just went on and you Mr Producer man and maybe you the listening public. Just let it pass as if it meant nothing but you did ask me about it and so I feel it necessary to explain myself. Monte key is just awards. Here's something that many people don't know about me. I don't curse. I don't swear it's just my thing when I was going to school an elementary school. I figured it out but mainly junior high. I just wasn't good looking enough to use that as my in you know and then I got into high school. I realized not only that but I just wasn't athletic enough to use that as my in to get and so you have to be different in certain ways and so one of them was to be funny but that doesn't work all the time but the other one was. I would just do the opposite so if everybody was if everybody was drinking. I wouldn't drink if everybody was smoking pot. I wouldn't smoke pot. And if everybody was cursing I wouldn't curse and the weirdest the weirdest thing happened and I got into those kind of popular circles because I was funny but by me not cursing it was such a different thing that I found that girls especially not really guys but girls especially wouldn't curse in front of me and it's not like I told anybody. Hey don't do that. I don't accept it or whatever it's just that if you act a certain way and you're consistent with it your customers or your prospects or whoever you're around we'll start imitating you you stand up straight people start standing up straight anyway. So because I didn't curse I was really adept at inventing new words and like so let's see Monte Kia. It just means it just means butter. I'll tell you where I got it from. There was an old commercial of Parque Margarine. Remember this Mr producer man. You do parque margarine and so it was a male or female sitting at the table and they were putting butter or parque on their toast and someone said Oh. I'M GONNA put the margarine on my toast and then the little margarine can opened up. Its lip like it was. It's by talking lip. It was always it became human and it said butter butter so he said I'm GonNa put the margarine and butter. The can was telling you that it was butter. Well one of them was a Hispanic person and he said. I don't put margarine thing and he goes Kia so I learned that monarchy butter which is such a good word because you could use it for everything. Let's say for instance your walk into Your House and all the lights are out and you're going around a corner and you'd think monsters there and you don't know who's there and you want ask instead you go. It's like the word Dude. You could use it. You see somebody you haven't seen it a longtime Monta. You know you see a pretty girl walking down the street and you really. What your buddy you go Monte Kia. I mean what going to say. What did you call me butter? You can't go wrong with the gate anyway. So that's why I said. Sometimes it just slips out and it's when it's without explanation. It's like when a salesperson starts using initials for you know their acronyms for their product and nobody knows what they're talking about by the way that's something you need. Remember you people out there. If you want to call your customer or prospect an idiot stop using your industry vernacular. Nobody knows it but you and either you know. If they're very confident person they'll say well. Now what does that mean which you the opportunity to teach them something which makes them seem better than you make you feel better than the your prospect makes your prospect feel like an idiot. And here's your prospect looking at you like. Why is this guy making me feel like an idiot? He's just called me an idiot and now you hate yourself. I mean he does a lot war. It doesn't make you look smart when you start using industry vernacular it makes your customers feel like an idiot and it's really hard to grow business with people that you've just called idiotic. I don't know how I got here. Mr Producer Man. I'm just going around in circles today but I feel good about it because today was an awesome day. I got out and about saw. Some people got caught in traffic. Let me tell you how pleasant people are in spring. I was caught in traffic and it was standstill traffic. It was on a major highway. The must have been a terrible accident. I don't know but were there and I was next to another car and I looked over at the other car and the other person looked over at me and we smiled at each other gave a little thumbs up with each other. I guess baby. We're both working in traffic having a good time on a Friday. That's how social people are. If you're kept away from people from too long they need you your prospects that you think you're annoying by reaching out to them weekly or every other week or month they need you on a personal level. They just need you. I'm going to share a story with your right now or something. That happened today along these lines of people needing you. I was at a Prospect and I went to see the prospect and I never met him before was just a phone call. Who's an initial meeting? Just hanging out get to know each other and I talked to him for a little bit about the business and somehow we found some commonality that we're talking about with families and this and that and he went through a particular a rough spot in his life where he just came home and his wife said. I'm Don and moved out and it was talking to me about it. And then he started getting really personal. Listen it was a lot of it was my fault. I was working to my by the way he asked me. Because ask me what is something I would do. You know he said asked me Tom. I got up this morning and out of the House I said. What time did you get up this morning and out of the house? He said to thirty. This guy's a multi multimillionaire giant big companies. All different. All over the place got up and got on a job site to thirty. In the morning he lays concrete gotta do it when there's no cars there and he goes and that's what I did for many years and that would come home and work with my boys and in play sports with them and do all that stuff and he goes man. I just didn't give my wife enough attention and he goes. I'm telling you this now. This is a prospect who I've never met before says I'm telling you this because I don't want you to make the same mistakes that I make. Now I want to reiterate. This is someone that I called called on the phone. Set up an appointment with the auspices of doing some sort of business together and in the first meeting he was so joyful that a human being came to meet with him that he felt the need to protect me to help me. Now when we got down to the point of actually doing business together I was no longer selling. He put me in a position for me that I was actually saying I. I really don't know if I can help you or not in this area. But let's figure it out let's set up a time to go out and just figure it out and if it makes sense we're GonNa do something not because I did. Such great moves in manipulation of selling. I just met the man where he was at this moment in time and let him let him do what he thinks. His purpose here on life is to do at this stage in his life was just to protect others from the mistakes that he made the reason why I share this story with you right now and for all of you. Listening right now is to understand that in any time of your career you have the ability to be on both sides of the table that we're talking about. You could be the person who can accept the advice or you could be the person to share experiences but letting the other person talk is letting the other person by and I want you to think that it's manipulation anymore for you to get out there and see customers and really inquire about what's going on in their life if they don't WanNa tell you they won't if they perceive you as just a sales person that's pushing stuff out then you're not gonna get any of this juicy stuff but if you go in there with the right attitude. I don't know if this guy needs me or not. I don't know if there's anything here or not but you'd never do business with a bank. You do business with the person at the bank. You don't do business with a landscaping company. You do business with a person that works at a landscape. Come and you don't do business with a cement conglomerate. You Do Business. The owner a human being of a company whose had real life experiences. And you meet them where they are at that time you gotTA worry about selling. They're too busy buying man. That was good. I was talking to a friend of mine yesterday. He goes men you need. You need constant padding on the back and appreciation. Don't you I said absolutely and if you don't if you don't give it to me I'm going to ask for it. Thank you so much for listening today. Hey subscribe to my Youtube Channel Go ahead ongoing Amazon. Dot Com and get Sales proverbs wisdom of the ages eight. I'm all out of them. The ones that I bought because I give him out in at seminars But they're flying off the shelves. It's really a great book how to how to live a salesperson life lots of tidbits just like yours heard here and I really appreciate your listening a more than you know and I really do think that you are the best and I'm the DJ. And I want you to go out and just go get them today. Well you guys Danjuma and the Dietsch people call me the sales energizing. The reason is on a speaker MKHATSHWA trainer but most of all what I do. What I love to do is come to your business. Do a kickoff sales training meeting your sales people aerobic the love your company even more. You'll love it because they'll be more production and to top it off. You get to meet the deed to go ahead. Dan Dan Dot com contact. Us for speaking ideas will rock and roll and remember to subscribe to my Youtube Channel. Follow me on. Facebook twitter instagram. And whatever else you can think about. We'll see you next time. Go get them today. Your sales sucks noodle tail.

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"dietsch" Discussed on HalloCasa Real Estate Show

HalloCasa Real Estate Show

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"dietsch" Discussed on HalloCasa Real Estate Show

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"dietsch" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:44 min | 1 year ago

"dietsch" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You gain is adamant Chris black tomorrow on the show Richard Dietsch we did a deep dive is seen eight of the episodes now of last dance and we will get his take on and what we're all going to get the start watching on Sunday really looking forward to it Danny if they offered you to have all ten episodes email then you can watch about a link now or watch it like the rest of the world every Sunday two episodes would you what would you choose I would choose to be like the rest of the world capital better than the rest of the people out there I'd watch it like they want me to watch it yeah I don't want to binge watch it I want to just so you don't like Netflix style watching where you can watch the holes well season in one weekend like a dollar did with Ozark I mean occasionally but I would prefer to watch this the slayer rollout will roll out right when I finished Ozark last night blacker you all caught up I mind we finished episode eight last night nine in ten tonight or in the meat of it is going to go good finally finally is getting can you about it but I'm just waiting here I'm waiting for to get saucy come on I will tell you that the last two were spectacular all right good the last three can't respect I thought it was pretty good too I I agree but I mean nine and ten were like next level I I never was not interested I never was late getting for action it would it always seem to be there for me of course I'm one of those guys that's up for economic deception and thievery and stealing including version who doesn't have all that that I'm a fan of that to begin with yeah it's good stuff yeah let me just get through breaking bad yeah did you should take your time enjoy I think I'm on episode nine of season two okay so you're moving along at a good time that's the best it it's really all man you're in first some ride with that show too you have no idea black said now it's really gonna get get reinforced likes app is I'm at season three I remember seeing three or four I think it's season three yeah you're gonna by the end of season three you're going to be like forget it so I was this is it so I was getting better watching it the other day and his brother in law the agent yes can you help what bad guided Hank play in a very famous Tom Cruise movie Tom Cruise movie Tom Cruise had a lot of movies I know I'm sure I think was it one of the mission impossible a bad guy in the Tom way Tom Hanks recruit Tom Cruise Tom Cruise when you know what your I have no idea what he's talking about the head guy in a very fast so I just said he had a lot of movies I can't think of it he was one of the two killers for the law firm in the firm he's the one who shot him in the knee member but at the is that right investigators that's it that's the bike does that look that up that's deep yes I would not have been able to I looked at him like that guy from the first no I could not ever called that yeah I'm sorry trivia but I have students going into bits that I can come up with great character and I'll tell you there's a character in so once you're finished with that you got to watch the spin off which is better call Saul have you met Saul Goodman yet I'm traveling when he comes in that is Bob Odenkirk character and no man when is that season three that's coming up that's crazy that's not till season three so once you see once you meet Saul Goodman better call Saul is the spin off and it's incredible is that is going to show yeah and there's a character this season Carvallo Solomonic that is man I mean like it this season and better calls yes this season in better call Saul there's a character that is tied into the Solomonic a family from breaking Pat called Wallace all manga that is so great I mean he's just like this ruthless cold hearted you know what and he's always got this weird smile on his face and he's got this cheesy mustache and he is I mean it's just a fiend any so much fun to watch on screen so you got to catch up on all that and get into better call Saul we got time yeah I'm excited I'm excited so anyway your big game for you today get yeah I'm not worried about it at all are you clear your mind right that's right and to my mind M. I just don't have you that's what I'm all about the emptying of the mind could match up today I am excited for black I think blacks taking him out black versus you're wrong with that I mean I'm not gonna cry about it and try to get five matches out of it for John Miller could be shot at Miller what's going on in the background I got so mad I'm on profootballtalk dot com looking at some of the stories that are happening about McCaffrey and Kamara wants new thing yeah and I didn't have my sound muted on it so I had to go mute the sound I click that and what my fat fingers I double clicked it so turned it on and turn it off then back on so I had to go do it again I like it and it's got some Spanish music in the back yeah that's what I thought of yeah yeah yeah the McCaffrey big deal sixty four million over for years don't regret it yeah yeah yeah well it's not just doesn't offer you flexibility elsewhere I mean obviously what he does little bit different but on the plus passes last year at close to twenty four hundred all purpose yards for Christian McCaffrey won me my fantasy league yeah one me my fantasy league too because say kwon Barkley had himself a disappointing year because of injury we appreciate the efforts of our fantasy team but you know back to back years of that many touches all around touches it's gonna so he's getting criticised by guys in the league because Ezekiel Elliott got sixty million guaranteed he only got thirty they're like would you settle for a contract for and his responses I like where I plan happy I'm good yeah he's a happy with his contract doesn't make a difference about anybody else right if you're happy with contracted then you put your signature on it you're happy with that what is it with with the service he killed need to get what he would need to get this guy's got confidence in himself I guess if you're running back is like Hey you're setting a bad it's like if the guy next to you sell this house for you know half of what it could be listed here are you what do you know if you be a little pissed off I mean I guess that's why they would be mad but you know running back salaries with very few exceptions they're you know not many guys are gonna get but like Z. got paid Chris McCaffrey I get it he got paid sick ones probably gonna get paid at some point coach Matt Ruhle said this is a message of the type of people we want administration that's all fine and well that fifty cents get you a Cup of coffee he gets hurt next year watching try to go ahead exactly never see the years three for that country I mean you could have Todd Gurley I mean you never know with that position especially guy that's it's such a huge percentage of the offense of work well the last two years I mean he's done most of the heavy lifting so I really worry about that I really thought I really heard and you can't do it now because I think it comes back and it'll cost you if you try to trade him I had heard that they were thinking about trading Christian McCaffrey in the offseason all really you know coming up toward the draft here it is you know either like Miami or Oakland something that's got a number of different picks up there that you know you go head you trade him for that they can have their running back they think they've got of the future do you have a warrant you get you get some more pics do you think they weren't getting anything close to what they thought was fair value your can that's why it just not right if you if you're gonna you're gonna move a guy like that with what he's been able to do that you'd want to draft equity rate wanted you have to go way up in the draft right what you'd want to first tropics weather was one this year one next year whatever it was going to be you'd want those first two round picks and I don't think you know if they did try to floated out there to do to try to put some feelers out there okay fine that's not gonna happen let's make in the face of the franchise the let's move forward I mean the guy's a productive player is great as productive as hell but with the rush is there and with the pass receptions we always talk about those three hundred plus touches your four hundred last year yeah he said plus plus touches so you're questioning him if they weren't about Eddie George it is three hundred and seventy some odd yard rushes that he had right you'd certainly start to concern yourself about Christian McCaffrey as a running back with all the contact any dates and it's not like he's catching passes and just running out of boundaries catching passes and you still get it yet yeah about that would be that one area of concern but there's been a whole lot of wear and tear and he looks fantastic I believe he's only twenty five twenty four I think he turns twenty five this summer if I'm not mistaken yeah I mean there you go the party also in theory you get him up to about twenty eight and then you've got to make a decision on a more you can move on from memory can do whatever you want at that point so twenty eight you still gonna put a lot of miles on twenty four June twelfth that actual he's only turned twenty four he's twenty three right now how is he so young and this doesn't replace the contract he has rightly still use a first round choice you still had for years on his deal right yeah with the fifth option yeah right so but the fifth option goes that goes away because this projects and yeah exactly so I'd be interesting it'll be interesting to move forward I know he's a right now in the in my squad yeah Tiger Woods fifteen club nice he is one of the mainstays and there's going to have to be an offer and I have come to me from other members of my life let's do this there was a crazy stat about the percentage of people that won their league's right red hat Christian McCaffrey this year is amazing it was for death I mean you know you're I had a my one you're going to have a new one or two for two there I mean I had Dalvin cook and Christian McCaffrey in it that was all I needed really that they carried me pretty much there's a little bit of a resurgence at the running back position the event is still important just yeah we're at now but there's a resurgence you could go a little bit further down but if you have the right combination of facts and you got to start a back is your flex position player yeah the productivity was usually there if you start the back the third back as opposed to the third wide receiver yeah that can be interesting I'm thinking fantasy all the time camara thousand have better year than he did need for me he didn't have the kind of year that I thought it was gonna come hard and get me ends a whole heck of a lot of feelings all right yeah rob says Kumar worth fifteen million dollars I don't again I mean you know how we think about right I understand but that in this in that the economics of what you have you've got Michael Thomas you've got quarterback that hasn't maxed out on his contract so certainly you can do more there with the fact you quarterbacks only making twenty some odd million I forget if it's twenty six twenty seven and twenty he.

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"dietsch" Discussed on The Sales Energizer

The Sales Energizer

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"dietsch" Discussed on The Sales Energizer

"We'll come back to another episode of the Sales Energizer podcast. I'm so glad you're here like I say many times. I'm jealous of you because I never know what's going to come out of my mouth either. So this is kind of a surprise to both of us and this is true. I'll go to speaking events all over the country and I'm out there and basically my sales pitch to the organizer of the event is that when I walk on stage you can be sure of one thing. I know about sixty percent of what I'm going to talk about but the rest of it. The forty percent. That just comes out. I get fed to me from the audience. I'm different than other speakers that go out. I generally go out in the office. I ASK QUESTIONS. They give me answers. I bring people up. We go crazy and has good as the audience is the energy that they give out. It's a totally new experience for everybody. And that's what what is in this podcast right now. I'm looking at Mr Producer man. Chris don't he's a big dog over here he's taken care makes me sound good. I was singing earlier to Frank Sinatra stuff. You know why because I have shown notes for you ladies and Gentlemen. I don't want you to think that I come unprepared and I have this one thing and it said fly into the future which is a thought that I had when I was a kid. I used to do that. You know how you just imagine. You have to build up when you're a kid you think that you could. Well let me back up. What happens you have a product and you ever service and you have a price that you're comfortable selling that product and service for but there's somebody else down the street or in a different company that maybe be a little older than you or a little younger than you or whatever they'll and for them for them. Their price for the same service could be two times three times four times as much there are consultants out there. That do what I do in my consulting practice I'll charge between twenty five hundred and five thousand dollars a month and that's four six months something like that but the same kind of sales consulting that. I do for companies. There's people that charge a hundred thousand dollars a month. A million Tony Robbins by the way has his coaching clients. I'm talking. I'm looking at Mr Producer Manure. Tony Robbins his coaching clients for years. It's a million dollars a million dollars. They do the same stuff. So what is the difference between someone who's charging a whole lot and someone who's charging what you're charging even in your product? Whatever you do. Even if it's a commodity is all in their head it's their mindset and this was talked about my neighbour Mr Zysman across the street from me. Ever tell you about Mr Zysman. Oh my Gosh Mris so. I was friends with Gary Zysman Gary and Gary had to brother Dennis and a sister Lisa cousins and their cousins were was Jeff Warren and Greg and both of them. They had this construction company. And it's amazing story because they All the kids grow up. They're all in the business. All the kids are in the business really amazing so I went over to that was playing with Gary and I walked into the House and Gary went to the bathroom or did something. Whatever he's doing and so his dad saw came up to me and saw looks at me and he says Danny what are you going to do it yourself how you going to support your family. I looked at him and I said Mr this. I'm eleven. We what are you. What do you want me you know? But that was the mindset that he was there in that neighborhood that I was brought up in. He's the most important thing in every parent would tell you this. Everybody owned their own business. And somebody a street cleaning some pharmacy. They had a construction company. There were people in the in the fashion industry. One guy was a spice. Man Stu Shapiro's dead he's the Gore. Who'S A job? Or he would sell spices to companies. Anyway they always say you gotTa have a trade once. You have a trade. You can do whatever you want but you could always come back to your trade. You can always make a living and Mr Zysman told me that. In his construction business they are the most expensive in the area. They charge more than anybody else and I said. How could you do the chart so more? What's so much better about you. He goes what we do different than the other people. And this is something park. Your car pullover. This is one to write down. I go what did you do to be able to charge so much? And he says what we do different than other companies is. I made it a point early on in our business to put an extra zero at the end of the number that we chart it was just in his head. He says we get to charge what we want to. He likes to tell people that he was reassuringly. Expensive because when you pay more for the product you automatically expect more. You think it's going to be better in the product that you get you feel better about it because you put more money into it and a second thing is it. Made him earn it more? It made him make sure you're doing a great job for these people because we're charging so much more you have to live up to it and then it just feeds on itself. And you're able to do that so this whole thing started because I was singing flying to the moon. It's because I wrote that down today flight to the future what I would do after Mr Zysman told me that he said before I would go to bed at night or wake up in the morning but actually it was before I went to bed. I would in my head fly into the future. Just decide what are the want. How much money did I want to learn? How is it going to get this? Where was I going to be and you could do that in your it's free liberating. You're only in your head then you get to go to sleep and you wake up and you deal with the real world but you can always start imagine and it's very important because the more you imagine bigger numbers then when it comes that you're in that sales call with some person you have to say it's ten thousand dollars. How's that sound? Is that more or less than you thought it would be. You could say it without your face. Contorted and bending thirty five different positions and twitching like a lunatic. That's what happened to do that. And sales training classes. What I'll do is I'll have people stand up. And all they have to say these words. Yes the price is ten thousand dollars. How's that sound? People cannot say it you you listeners out there do that by the way if you guys have any questions that you want to do to reveal on the on the beach cast here please go ahead and just email them in. And we'll we'll put your name there. I'll make you a star producer. Men Will you make star? He's nodding his head. Yes will make you a star. We'll get your name even throughout your company there. By the way this episode is sponsored by cast ahead cast ahead is the PODCAST company. That's making everything happened here. And if you're looking to start your own podcast. There's only one place to look. Call the DIETSCH and we'll hook you up with my man Chris. Dome we'll switch all right. So what do you do? What do you do to psych yourself up? What do you do to get yourself ready? I have someone looking in from the other office over here I guess. Apparently I'm making too much noise. See on your behalf because of you. My avid listener. I'm willing to deal with people hating me all day long for making too much noise but I have to get out of the house because wife hates you. That's a bigger problem. But what do you do? What do you do to get out of that? Same Mindset in that price world that you are in right now the biggest thing you can do is understand that there is so much price elasticity in your business. There's nothing stopping you every every industry that you're in there's somebody charging twice as much as you and earning twice as much as you with the same product so the difference is to work out on your head so you gotta think of little things to do. I fly around but this other being my head but there's other things that you can do but the main thing is to try it. Just try it if you're especially if you're in the world if you're in a consultant word think about this the customers that you help the clients that you help the people that you work with. They earn so much more money by using your service that it's almost a joke. Whatever you charge I was talking to someone charging fifteen hundred dollars a month to help this manufacturing company grow. I'm counseling him on what he needs to do but fifteen hundred dollars a month if they make one sale. Each sale is one hundred thousand dollar sale if they help him with one sale. It's ten times their investment on this thing. Are they crazy? So what if he decides to charge three thousand or four thousand? Ten thousand doesn't matter. It can make an extra million dollars by using this and they're happy to do so. You certainly have to. You know how to do this service. You just gotTa have the guts to go ahead and ask for it. That's a life changer. That's a game changer. Right they're learning to ask for more money for the same product that you do. There is nothing better than someone's looking at you and saying so. Do you really think you earned that much money? Do you really. Why should I pay you all that much money personal story so this just happened actually last week and we met with a person? A great guy has a great business. Earns EARNS A lot of money in the marketing field? Doing really well. But he wants to go into a different area and so he wants to grow that area. So we call this indices. We help them grow that area and I told him how much the price is and the standard line is this and you will use this. This really cool you name. Your price is five thousand dollars a month and then you ask the question. So was that more or less than you thought it was you got. It's basically closing them. It's a it's a release of tension in the old sales world. You would just say you know five thousand dollars first person that talks loses. That's the old game but I like to release that pressure. It's five thousand dollars. Was that more or less than you thought it would be. And the guy was very honest. He was an old timer. Good Salesperson honest straight away and he said actually it's a lot more than I thought it would be and then he says I'll be honest. I pay this but both to those stuff and then returned to talk again and I looked down on very clearly and I said you know what you WANNA do. Here is talked about outcome. Outcome outcome. Is this this all that you talked about before and the people that are successful that we can absolutely take you there but the people that are successful with that are successful because they're willing to invest in it didn't come down a penny not one penny.

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"dietsch" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"dietsch" Discussed on KTRH

"Five eight seven four in the ten o'clock. Hour today, we will talk to Patsy deeds, and some of our navy seals tonight is our Dany Dietz event. You remember. Dany Dietsch was one of the navy seals, who was with Marcus Latrell, of course, Marcus was the only one to come out alive which why he's the lone survivor and Patsy deeds. Danny's widow created the patchy. Created the any foundation equivalent does a rodeo every year, and they'd been doing that. A couple of years before we got involved. But when we started the RCC in the fall of thirteen in the spring, the first year that came around they did a big event, the first night at our place, JJ watt has come multiple years. Shane lecture has come there. A lot of seals show up all the seals in the area that possibly can come into the navy seals. No, no. Not, not the navy seals navy seals and just a lot of neat people come in, you know, after lone survivor some of the stars of the movie came to this event the phones to the chew. I can't remember the little guys name that played Murphy. He's in a bunch of go to be little bitty guy. He's a good actor. He's in a bunch of stuff. And he was really nice. He, he met with he signed everything that anybody had anyway. That is tonight. And I'll tell you there couple more folks that are going to be here with them in the ten o'clock hour, and I'll tell you just a minute, who that's going to be Derek, you're up. Yeah I know my week has flown. My company crawl tunes offered audio solutions just got in our own line of speakers. I'm sorry, say that again, I was having technical problems. No problem. So my weakest flown because my company, Kroll tunes offroad audio solution now has our own speakers in well, good. So we before we were just making a roll cage down at speaker enclosures for like GPS UTV's of fabled, for the tower basically, anything with the two and that was our product, and we sold other people's speakers along with them. And over over a two year process, we finally made the right connections and figured everything out. And now we have our own speakers in their better than what we were selling and also their branded us now, so kinda helps grow the brand. And you know, put out even better quality products fantastic. I love it. There is nothing as there is nothing as excite. Well, there's a lot of things. But entrepreneurism brings out the excitement in all of us. If you ever take the plunge and start a business, you will be shocked. How hard you will be willing to work. Michael europe. Go ahead. Hey, yeah, I listen to your show on yesterday and it was disturbing because I've found out that six year old man, I am a racist. And you know, I tried to get away from being awakened. I've tried to be woke. But I eat college flower, as I live a low carb lifestyle. I know and I try to prevent, you know, the dreaded Dickey disease. So for a number of years, I've been eating cauliflower substitute for other starches and Michael. If I tell you don't tell anybody on the air.

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"dietsch" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"dietsch" Discussed on KCRW

"A thank you gift and join our contest win. To go to Austin, Texas, Austin city limits music festival. Absolutely. I guess you got a problem. You want to talk about on the four zero five north and we do right now. Yeah. Southbound four zero five around Nord off it looks like a multi vehicle collision one of the vehicles is on its on its roof. It's overturned several vehicles facing the wrong way. And the freeway is completely shut down. So you might wanna try an alternative route perhaps sepulveda's or Woodley or it? Sounds good coming up on all things considered by some estimates. Eighty percent of women in Texas prisons are mothers. And that worries lawmakers in Texas you're going to hear why it's five twenty. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm ari. Shapiro chang. The Boeing company always relied on its lucrative commercial airplane market. That's the bulk of its business, but the cash reserves allow the company to bid aggressively for Pentagon contracts now is NPR's. Tom Bowman reports the troubles with Boeing seven thirty-seven. Max jets could spill over into its defense business. Boeing has recently tacked up some big wins on defense programs. It will build the new two seat. Jet trainer for the air force. Also a helicopter and that new navy refueling drone another Boeing project all told billions and billions of dollars in sales. Yeah. Over the past couple of years they've had an amazing score victories. That's Richard an analyst at -til group an aerospace and defense consulting company. It was subsidized by the commercial side of the company, particularly the seven thirty seven because a lucrative commercial side accounts for about two-thirds of its business says Lauren Thompson, he's an analyst with electric. Institute a think tank that gets funding from defense contractors, the cash flow is so strong on the commercial side. It makes it easier for the defense part of the company to bid aggressively for opportunities meaning that cash flow allows a company to undercut its competitors. In win the contracts for things like that jet trainer helicopter refueling drone. Thompson says Boeing has long had a pretty solid plan owing strategy for the last twenty years is to have one foot firmly planted in the commercial world and the other in the defense business allowing the company to be nimble what that means is at any given time they are often transferring money back and forth between the two sides of the company in order to bid competitively for opportunities. No, the commercial side of Boeing has taken a big hit with the grounding of the seven thirty seven max after two deadly crashes and in Indonesia, the company says it will fix any problems to the seven thirty seven max. But I believe he of the teal group says that may. Not enough the technical fix to the max is not an issue at all getting rid leaders on board. Both at home and abroad is more challenging but that can be done. It's quite likely that the biggest showers they faces restoring confidence in the general public and without that public faith. In more buyers, the longtime Boeing strategy could suffer again, Lauren Thompson, the entire foundation of Boeing business strategy at the present time is predicated on the assumption that commercial demand for its jetliners will remain strong. If the seven thirty seven it's most popular aircraft is impaired. Well, then obviously that real pulse across the entire strategy. In terms of what the company has that? Could mean says Thompson that Boeing will be less aggressive in its bids, and maybe phase more competition from its main rival in projects that include wing's Lockheed as well as other smaller companies still some it'll is like Todd Harrison of the. Center for strategic and international studies. Don't the Senate thirty seven max troubles will have any impact on Boeing in its defense business at an Email to NPR Harrison says besides the new aircraft Boeing will build there's something else. The air force just awarded Boeing a ten year contract worth nearly six billion dollars to upgrade the Casey Forty-six refueling tanker that's not all in recent weeks. The Pentagon edited more fifteen and F eighteen warplanes to the budget both built by Boeing Tom Bowman NPR news, Washington. The number of women in prisons and jails around the country has ballooned over the decades. It grew more than seven hundred percent from nineteen eighty to two thousand sixteen. Many of these women are mothers from Fort Worth K E R as Christopher Connelly reports on how Texas State lawmakers are rethinking motherhood and prison for the eight and a half years. She spent in prison Kristen Kerr looked forward to one thing every month. A visit from her daughter Chloe every visit I rely on grove. You can be you can tell. In the like one visit. She couldn't read visit. She Gary missions reading Soames me. So that was fishy. For me to Kristen was convicted for aggravated robbery in twenty eleven as the getaway driver. She says she wasn't making good choices back. Then Kristen missed out on a lot of her daughter's life. She says they talk on the phone and send letters and visit. But you can't really do the nurturing part of parenting from prison khloe was well taken care of by her grandmother. But Kristen says you never stop worrying about your kid. There were some tough times for Chloe to add it to feel knowing that I wouldn't come home for awhile. Numerals your, mama. Come for why I had to feel as I used to see the kids day moms. And. Just think about it. There are more than one hundred thousand women in state and federal prisons, the number of incarcerated women doubles when you count local jails to exactly how many of them are mothers, isn't well tracked. But in Texas, a recent survey showed that more than eighty percent of women in state prison. Our moms like Kristen that's prompted lawmakers here and in other states to consider bills that would promote probation or other community based sentences over jail or prison time to avoid breaking up families. Michelle Dietsch studies prison issues at the university of Texas. Austin many of the women once they're arrested are scrambling to find someone to take care of their kids. So a lot of these kids get shuttled from place to place, and if they're not able to find a place for them than many of the kids end up in foster care, other states are looking at incarcerating parents closer to their children and expanding visitation. So kids can. See mom or dad more often the effect on kids from having a parent in prison can be severe. They're more likely to commit crimes themselves later in life. But Dietsch says building a strong parent child bond is critical to preventing that at the same time. It's really critical for the parent not to lose touch with their child and to stay involved in to feel like they can make a difference in the child's life to be aware of what's happening to them as the chairman of the Texas house corrections committee, Republican Representative James white. Here's from a lot of women who've been in prison, and he introduced a Bill to address a number of issues they face including pregnancy and childbirth behind bars each one that I talked to ask them about their offense white says the crimes that women commit are often different from their male. Peers I hear a lot of offenses linked to domestic violence. So they may stab. Their spouse that's abusing them in their kids. Young women that have experienced repeat it sexual abuse. From a family member women that have fallen into the trap of addiction. Researchers say a history of trauma underlies a lot of the criminal behavior. That lands women in jails and prisons, that's why Kristen Kerr says if lawmakers want to help moms in prison rehabilitation has to include counseling and drug treatment women, they love kids. They just maybe stuck in addiction in this just to seek nece. But it only mean they don't want the children. You know what I'm saying? So maybe they can come up with some help with it Kristen has been working through a list of goals. She set for herself to rebuild her life after prison. She's got a job got her driver's license, and she's spending lots of.

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"dietsch" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"dietsch" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"News. This is all things considered. I'm ari. Shapiro chang. The Boeing company always relied on its lucrative commercial airplane market. That's the bulk of its business, but the cash reserves allow the company to bid aggressively for Pentagon contracts now is NPR's. Tom Bowman reports the troubles with Boeing seven thirty-seven. Max jets could spill over into its defense business. Boeing has recently tacked up some big wins on defense programs. It will build a new two seat. Jet trainer for the air force. Also a helicopter and that new navy refueling drone another Boeing project all told billions and billions of dollars in sales over the past couple of years had an amazing score of victory is that's Richard few analyst at group an aerospace and defense consulting company. It was subsidized by the commercial side of the company, particularly the seven thirty seven because a lucrative commercial side accounts for about two-thirds of its business says Lauren Thompson, he's an analyst with Alexa institute a think tank that gets funding from defense contractors, so strong on the commercial side, it makes it easier for the defense part of the company to bid aggressively for opportunities meaning that cash flow allows a company to undercut its competitors. In win the contracts for things like that jet trader helicopter refueling drone. Thompson says Boeing has long had a pretty solid plan strategy for the last twenty years is to have one foot firmly planted in the commercial world and the other end the defense business allowing the company to be nimble. That means is at any given time they often transferring money back and forth between the two sides of the company in order to bid competitively for -tunities. No, the commercial side of Boeing has taken a big. Hit with the grounding of the seven thirty seven max after two deadly crashes in Indonesia, the company says it will fix any problems to the seven thirty seven max. But he of the teal group says that may not be enough the technical not an issue at all getting regulators on board at home and abroad is more challenging, but that can be down. It's quite likely that the biggest showers, they faces restoring confidence of the general public in without that public faith. In more buyers, the longtime Boeing strategy could suffer again, Lauren Thompson, the entire foundation of Boeing's business strategy at the present time is predicated on the assumption that commercial demand for jetliners will remain strong. If the seven thirty seven it's most popular aircraft is impaired. Then obviously that real pulse across the entire strategy. In terms of what the company has that? Could mean says Thompson that Boeing will be. Less aggressive in its bids. And maybe phase more competition from its main rival in projects that include wings Lockheed, as well as other smaller companies still some it'll Todd Harrison of the center for strategic and international studies. Don't the seven thirty seven troubles will have any impact on Boeing and its defense business at an Email to NPR Harrison says besides the new aircraft Boeing will build there's something else. The air force just awarded Boeing a ten year contract worth nearly six billion dollars to upgrade the Casey Forty-six refueling tanker. That's not all in recent weeks. The Pentagon edited more fifteen and eighteen warplanes to the budget both dope by Boeing, Tom. Bowman NPR news Washington. The number of women in prisons and jails around the country has ballooned over the decades. It grew more than seven hundred percent from nineteen eighty to two thousand sixteen. Many of these women are mothers from Fort Worth as Christopher. Connelly reports on how Texas State lawmakers are rethinking motherhood and prison for the eight and a half years. She spent in prison Kristen Kerr looked forward to one thing every month a visit from her daughter Chloe every visit on grove. You can be you can tell. In the one visit. She couldn't read visit. She carry Michigan's reading sums. So that was Bishop for me to Kristen was convicted for aggravated robbery and twenty eleven as the getaway driver. She says she wasn't making good choices back. Then Kristen missed out on a lot of her daughter's life. She says they talk on the phone and send letters and visit. But you can't really do the nurturing part of parenting from prison khloe was well taken care of by her grandmother. But Kristen says you never stop worrying about your kid. There were some tough times for Chloe to add to that. I wouldn't come home for a while. Numerals mama come away. I had to feed the kids. They moms. Just think about it. There are more than one hundred thousand women in state and federal prisons, the number of incarcerated women doubles when you count local jails to exactly how many of them are mothers, isn't well tracked. But in Texas, a recent survey showed that more than eighty percent of women in state prison. Our moms like Kristen that's prompted lawmakers here and in other states to consider bills that would promote probation or other community based sentences over jail or prison time to avoid breaking up families. Michelle Dietsch studies prison issues at the university of Texas. Austin many of the women once they're arrested are scrambling to find someone to take care of their kids. So a lot of these kids get shuttled from place to place, and if they're not able to find a place for them than many of the kids end up in foster care, other states are looking at incarcerating parents closer to their children and expanding visitation. So kids can. See mom or dad more often the effect on kids from having a parent in prison can be severe. They're more likely to commit crimes themselves later in life. But Dietsch says building a strong parent child bond is critical to preventing that at the same time. It's really critical for the parent not to lose touch with their child and to stay involved in to feel like they can make a difference in the child's life to be aware of what's happening to them as the chairman of the Texas house corrections committee, Republican Representative James white. Here's from a lot of women who've been in prison, and he introduced a Bill to address a number of issues they face including pregnancy and childbirth behind bars each one that talked to ask them about their offense white says the crimes that women commit are often different from their male. Peers I hear a lot of things is linked to domestic violence. So they may stab there. Their spouse that's abusing them in their kids. Young women that have experienced repeat it sexual abuse from family member women that have fallen into the trap of addiction. Researchers say a history of trauma underlies a lot of the criminal behavior. That lands women in jails and prisons, that's why Kristen Kerr says if lawmakers want to help moms in prison rehabilitation has to include counseling and drug treatment women, they kids they just maybe stuck in the diction in this just to seek nece. But it only. They don't they during you know, what I'm saying. So maybe they can come up with some help with it Kristen has been working through a list of goals. She set for herself to rebuild her life after prison. She's got a job got her driver's license, and she's spending lots of time with.

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"dietsch" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:14 min | 2 years ago

"dietsch" Discussed on KCRW

"And defense consulting company. It was subsidized by the commercial side of the company, particularly the seven thirty seven because a lucrative commercial side account for about two-thirds of its business says lower Thompson, he's an analyst with electric institute a think tank that gets funding from defense contractors, the cash flow is so strong on the commercial side. It makes it easier for the defense part of the company to bid aggressively for opportunities meaning that cash flow allows a company to undercut its competitors. In win the contracts for things like that jet trainer helicopter refueling drone. Thompson says Boeing has long had a pretty solid plan. Boeing strategy for the last twenty years is to have one foot firmly. Landed in the commercial world and the other in the defense allowing the company to be nimble. What that means is it any given time they often transferring money back and forth between the two sides of the company in order to bid competitively for opportunities. No, the commercial side of Boeing has taken a big hit with the grounding of the seven thirty seven max after two deadly crashes in Indonesia, the company says it will fix any problems to the seven thirty seven max. But love of the group says that may not be enough the technical fix to the max is not an issue at all getting regulators on board at home and abroad is more challenging, but that can't be down. It's quite likely that the biggest showers, they faces restoring confidence of the general public in without that public faith. In more buyers, the longtime Boeing strategy could suffer again, Lauren Thompson, the entire foundation of Boeing business strategy at the present time is predicated on. The assumption that commercial demand for its jetliners will remain strong. If the seven thirty seven, it's most popular aircraft is impaired will then obviously that real across the entire strategy in terms of what the company has that. Could mean says Thompson that Boeing will be less aggressive in its bids, and maybe phase more competition from its main rival and projects that include wings Lockheed, as well as other smaller companies still some analysts Todd Harrison of the center for strategic and international. Studies doubt the seven thirty seven max troubles will have any impact on Boeing and its defense business at an Email to NPR Harrison says besides the new aircraft Boeing will build there's something else. The air force just awarded Boeing a ten year contract worth nearly six billion dollars to upgrade the Casey Forty-six refueling tanker that's not all in recent weeks. The Pentagon added more f if teen and F eighteen warplanes. To the budget. Both don't by Boeing Tom Bowman NPR news, Washington. The number of women in prisons and jails around the country has ballooned over the decades. It grew more than seven hundred percent from nineteen eighty to two thousand sixteen. Many of these women are mothers from Fort Worth K E R as Christopher Connelly reports on how Texas State lawmakers are rethinking motherhood and prison for the eight and a half years. She spent in prison Kristen Kerr looked forward to one thing every month a visit from her daughter Chloe every visit relied on grove. You can be you can tell. In the like one visit she couldn't read and in the next. Visit she Gary missions reading Soames me. So that was Bishop for me to Kristen was convicted for aggravated robbery and twenty eleven as the getaway driver. She says she wasn't making good choices back. Then Kristen missed out on a lot of her daughter's life. She says they talk on the phone and send letters and visit. But you can't really do the nurturing part of parenting from prison khloe was well taken care of by her grandmother. But Kristen says you never stop worrying about your kid. There were some tough times for Chloe to add to feel that I wouldn't come home for a while. Numerals your mom, not come for. I had to as I see a kids day mounds. Just think about it. There are more than one hundred thousand women in state and federal prisons, the number of incarcerated women doubles when you count local jails to exactly how many of them are mothers, isn't well tracked. But in Texas, a recent survey showed that more than eighty percent of women in state prison. Our moms like Kristen that's prompted lawmakers here and in other states to consider bills that would promote probation or other community based sentences over jail or prison time to avoid breaking up families. Michelle Dietsch studies prison issues at the university of Texas. Austin many of the women there arrested are scrambling to find someone to take care of their kids. So a lot of these kids get shuttled from place to place, and if they're not able to find a place for them than many of the kids end up in foster care, other states are looking at incarcerating parents closer to their children and expanding visitation. So kids can. See mom or dad more often the effect on kids from having a parent in prison can be severe. They're more likely to commit crimes themselves later in life. But deep says building a strong parent child bond is critical to preventing that at the same time. It's really critical for the parent not to lose touch with their child and to stay involved and to feel like they can make a difference in the child's life to be aware of what's happening to them as the chairman of the Texas house corrections committee, Republican Representative James white. Here's from a lot of women who've been in prison, and he introduced a Bill to address a number of issues they face including pregnancy and childbirth behind bars each one that I talked to ask them about their offense white says the crimes that women commit are often different from their male. Peers I hear a lot of offenses linked to domestic violence. So they may stab there. Their spouse that's abusing them in their kids. Young women that have experienced repeat it sexual abuse from family member women that have fallen into the trap of addiction. Researchers say a history of trauma underlies a lot of the criminal behavior. That lands women in jails and prisons, that's why Kristen Kerr says if lawmakers want to help moms in prison rehabilitation has to include counseling and drug treatment women, they love kids. They just maybe stuck in the diction in this just to seek nece. But it only they don't they children. You know what I'm saying? So maybe they can come up with some help with it Kristen has been working through a list of goals. She set for herself to rebuild her life after prison. She's got a job got her driver's license, and she's spending lots of time with.

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"dietsch" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"dietsch" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm ari. Shapiro chang. The Boeing company always relied on its lucrative commercial airplane market. That's the bulk of its business, but the cash reserves allow the company to bid aggressively for Pentagon contracts now is NPR's. Tom Bowman reports the troubles with Boeing seven thirty-seven. Max jets could spill over into its defense business. Boeing has recently tacked up some big wins on defense programs. It will build a new two seat. Jet trainer for the air force. Also a helicopter and that new navy refueling drone another Boeing project all told billions and billions of dollars in sales for the past couple of years. They've had an amazing score victories. That's Richard few an analyst at -til group an aerospace and defense consulting company. It was subsidized by the commercial side of the company, particularly the seven thirty seven because a lucrative commercial side account for about two-thirds of its business says Lauren Thompson. He's an analyst with electric institute a think tank that gets funding from defense contractors. So strong on the commercial side. It makes it easier for the defense part of the company to bid aggressively for opportunities meaning that cash flow allows a company to undercut its competitors. In win the contracts for things like that jet trainer helicopter in refueling drone. Thompson says Boeing has long had a pretty solid plan owing strategy for the last twenty years is to have one foot firmly planted in the commercial world and the other in the defense business allowing the company to be nimble. What that means is it any given time they are often transferring money back and forth between the two sides of the company in order to bid competitively for opportunities. No, the commercial side of Boeing has taken a big hit with the grounding of the seven thirty seven max after two deadly crashes in Indonesia, the company says it will fix any problems to the seven thirty seven max. But he of the teal group says that may not be enough the technical fix to the max is not an. Issue at all getting regulators on board both at home and abroad is more challenging but that can't be down. It's quite likely that the biggest challenge they face is restored confidence in the general public and without that public faith. In more buyers, the longtime Boeing strategy could suffer again, Lauren Thompson, the entire foundation of Boeing's business strategy at the present time is predicated on the assumption that commercial demand for its jetliners will remain strong. If the seven thirty seven it's most popular aircraft is impaired. Well, then obviously that real pulse across the entire strategy in terms of what auction company has that? Could mean says Thompson that Boeing will be less aggressive in its bids, and maybe phase more competition from its main rival in projects that include wing's Lockheed as well as other smaller companies still some analysts like Todd Harrison of the center for strategic and international. Studies doubt the Senate thirty. Kevin max troubles will have any impact on Boeing and its defense business at an Email to NPR Harrison says besides the new aircraft Boeing will build there's something else. The air force just awarded Boeing a ten year contract worth nearly six billion dollars to upgrade the Casey Forty-six refueling tanker that's not all in recent weeks. The Pentagon edited more fifteen and F eighteen warplanes to the budget both built by Boeing Tom Bowman NPR news, Washington. The number of women in prisons and jails around the country has ballooned over the decades. It grew more than seven hundred percent from nineteen eighty to two thousand sixteen. Many of these women are mothers from Fort Worth. As Christopher Connelly reports on how Texas State lawmakers are rethinking motherhood and prison for the eight and a half years. She spent in prison Kristen Kerr looked forward to one thing every month a visit from her daughter Chloe every visit I rely. Like, you don't grow. You can be you can tell. In the like one visit she couldn't read and in the next visit. She Gary mission was reading some of me. So that was Bishop for me to Kristen was convicted for aggravated robbery in twenty eleven as the getaway driver. She says she wasn't making good choices back. Then Kristen missed out on a lot of her daughter's life. She says they talk on the phone and send letters and visit. But you can't really do the nurturing part of parenting from prison khloe was well taken care of by her grandmother. But Kristen says you never stop worrying about your kid. There were some tough times for Chloe to add it to feel that I wouldn't come in on full away. Memory of your mom, not come for a while. How did you feel as ISIS the kids with a mounds? It is. Used to just think about it. There are more than one hundred thousand women in state and federal prisons, the number of incarcerated women doubles when you count local jails to exactly how many of them are mothers, isn't well tracked. But in Texas, a recent survey showed that more than eighty percent of women in state prison. Our moms like Kristen that's prompted lawmakers here and in other states to consider bills that would promote probation or other community based sentences over jail or prison time to avoid breaking up families. Michelle Dietsch studies prison issues at the university of Texas. Austin many of the women once they're arrested are scrambling to find someone to take care of their kids. So a lot of these kids get shuttled from place to place, and if they're not able to find a place for them than many of the kids end up in foster care, other states are looking at incarcerating parents closer to their children and expanding visitation. So. So kids can see mom or dad more often the effect on kids from having a parent in prison can be severe. They're more likely to commit crimes themselves later in life. But Dietsch says building a strong parent child bond is critical to preventing that at the same time. It's really critical for the parent not to lose touch with their child and to stay involved and to feel like they can make a difference in the child's life to be aware of what's happening to them as the chairman of the Texas house corrections committee, Republican Representative James white. Here's from a lot of women who've been in prison, and he introduced a Bill to address a number of issues they face including pregnancy and childbirth behind bars each one that I talked to ask them about their offense white says the crimes that women commit are often different from their male. Peers I hear a lot of offenses linked to domestic violence. So they may. Stab their spouse. That's abusing them in their kids. Young women that have experienced repeat it sexual abuse. From a family member women that have fallen into the trap of addiction. Researchers say a history of trauma underlies a lot of the criminal behavior. That lands women in jails and prisons, that's why Kristen Kerr says if lawmakers want to help moms in prison rehabilitation has to include counseling and drug treatment women. They learn a kid they just maybe stuck in addiction in this just to seek nece. But it only mean they don't want they cheer during you know, what I'm saying. So maybe they can come up with some help with it Kristen has been working through a list of goals. She set for herself to rebuild her life after prison. She's got a job got her driver's license, and she's spending lots.

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"dietsch" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"dietsch" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"We go. I'm Andy last ner host Ellen on the go. Joined by my guests. Mary Connolly, Kevin Leman, the fourth and Edward glavin. Thanks for joining me guys. Thanks for having us, a really nice of you. Thank you for doing this podcast. I'm your to. Thank you wanna talk about today. And today, we have a lot to talk about where do we want to start with what if we start with you at the table games? Okay. I'm just going to say, you don't disappoint doesn't. It was fun. Rock was very nice to me, and you call DJ or anything. What are you? Yeah. I I call them to came back. Yeah. And I said DJ was cool. Tell me to calm Dietsch. It's just like I'm sorry. I've worked with the rock. Yeah. Again to you. It was a very painful he's ever said call me how shore were you after I was sore for about three days. Now, I'm not a regular exerciser as which may come as the surprise to Kevin. But I'm not a regular exercise. I play hockey once a week. And that's really the extent of my. This is just natural. This is just natural. Haven't seen. It titan games is like this crazy huge like American gladiators times ninja warriors times thousand. It was the most insane said I'd ever seen. It was outdoors at an old grace track and you come in. And it literally looks like like that movie with Russell Crowe gladiator. That's what it felt like you are entering an arena. So you were like a gladiator. Are you did you are you a titan or gladiator the set like light here? But it's the titan games. And it's just regular people like me who are extraordinary. No in physical, fitness. Yeah. It's bit. Here's the thing. Tight how wardrobe it wasn't great. It was here's the thing. And this is what I'm convinced. Most of the average Andy segments are generated from the writers. The writers are run by our friend sitting right here. Kevin leman. I am convinced that Kevin Leman specifically picks. What average Andy's we're going to do based on? What will be the most unflattering wardrobe for me? I gotta say I was annoyed that you look so good in. This one kidding me of your natural roles. The Spanish, right? It was like a spanks on you. Yeah. It was. It was really what I'm going to say no matter what the task. Yeah. Matter what the challenge. Yes, you go at it. One hundred percent I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm titan. Maybe I honestly going when they were showing me what I was gonna do. I literally my head thought. Oh, I can do this. I'm going to be good at it. And then I got tired. We'll just the video of you running at the beginning to run to the first thing natural runner your hands. Trying to get speed. I was told you pump your arms when you spring. Here's a little bit of it. And then you have to promise to watch the show on your DVR because you have to see how wonderfully average and everybody Dwayne Johnson here also known as the rock. To the Spanish right box office heavyweight. They say box office. King get I don't brag star of the television..

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"dietsch" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"dietsch" Discussed on Car Talk

"Hi, my name is Angelina, and I'm calling from Charlotte, North Carolina. Angela leaves the superstar you an English teacher. I was a math teacher, really. And my call is of a very mathematical nature. All right. You have come to the right place. Angelina. The song Angelina, please no lean on the bell. My name sings. We're we're you were born in Charlotte. Can you tell? Yeah. I was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. I was really were. I didn't want to give you away eight years in Charlotte has not helped at all. So what what lured you to Charlotte? I was recruited by a company and my Canadian has been could not resist moving to a warmer climate. So so I took the job young. How long is winter in North Carolina. We I mean, we're considering the same thing, you know, how long is winter. Oh, maybe two months who get snow in the city comes to a dead standstill and snow because nobody knows what to do in the snow, but we. The home in a few weeks later. It's gone. That's no, actually two hours later. All right. We'll be calling you soon. Anyway, shallow. Nice place to live in Charleston. Very nice place to live, and can you get Espresso? Well, see. I just got back from Italy. And I said to somebody a bad meal in Italy is better than a good meal in Charlotte. So the food is good, but Expresso, cappuccino and July. The and all those kinds of things are not things that they're not the food network. You have to Angelina. What do you want? She's. Okay. I need you to clarify a point. My husband's hobby is rebuilding. Classic cars. So he is a huge car enthusiast. But rooted in the very very practical, I on the other hand have a former math teacher. And so the other day, we would driving along he said to me, you know. And I think I wanna buy bigger tires for this car. We have a Honda Civic nineteen ninety six and I think he said that he wanted to go from thirteen to fourteen inch wheel maybe, and he said the reason we're going to do it because we can get better gas mileage, and I said what he said well with bigger tires you cover more roadway. So therefore, you're covering it in less time. And and I got this explanation that my is just started to blur. And it was like what the heck are you talking about? What is the mathematicians view of this? I just stop for a minute. Let me think about this. What all my variables here. There's the amount of time. It takes the amount of gas as the road that we cover and I got lost. I just got lost in the details. And he said you're being much to abstract. Just trust me bigger tires. You. Still teaching. Good. How about this to by our? Okay. So if you got a bigger are. Yeah. Then to pie our is bigger than to fire one. I got okay. And for every revolution of the engine. And transmission thing the wheels make a revolution. And the revolution that the distance. It covers with the big ties is more. Right. So for every revolution of the engine. Yeah. You will get more cover this giants. So he's right. Yeah. The downside is that you will improve your Konami, but you'll have less power. So do you husbands, right? He's right now. Wait a minute. But your husband's right? But let's just clarify the point. This is not a matter of right and wrong. You have now put me in the awkward position on my fiftieth birthday of clarifying the point at admitting that I'm wrong, we're gonna give you a waffle. We're going to save. Dietsch cannot go out and buy fourteen inch tires. He has to buy fourteen inch wheels. That's what he said. So he's good to by four new tires and Ford new wheels. Maybe five new wheels. That's right. Do you know what four or five new tires and five new wheels costs for that? But we can guess I bet if I sit down and now that I understand the two and the two pie all one I can I can calculate what the mileage is. Gasoline, and I'm gonna discovered that this is penny..

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