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Joe Biden Backtracked on His Comments Three Times
"Make of that. Dinah Dana bash over at CNN was wondering aloud, maybe he didn't mean what he said. Hello, I'm Dana bash in Washington where the state of our union is wondering if President Biden meant what he said. You're watching a special two hour edition of State of the Union. Did he mean what he just, I mean, and then the walk back, the furious walk back, they're calling it the world wide walk back. Yesterday's Warsaw address writes
"dinah" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello, I'm Alison Russell. I'm a Grammy nominated singer, songwriter, poet, and activist. I've been inspired by artists like municipal and Tracy Chapman who turned their faces into the blade of storm and roared back dignity and hope. This month, I'm your guest host, on the manica. Today's musician rocketed to stardom in the 1950s. Her distinctive blues, jazz, and R&B music topped the charts, earning her the title, queen of the blues. Let's talk about dinah Washington. Dinah Washington was born Ruth Lee Jones on August 29th, 1924, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. When she was young, her family moved to Chicago, where her mother joined the music ministry at their local church. Ruth learned how to play piano and sing from her mother, and quickly joined her church's choir. By age 11, she was traveling across the country, singing gospel at church recitals. When Ruth was 15, she won a talent competition at Chicago's regal theater. From there, she began singing in nightclubs across Chicago. In 1943, when Ruth was 18, a talent manager named Joe glazer heard her singing at a club. Impressed with her vocals, Joe introduced her to Lionel Hampton, who led a renowned orchestra that sang at the regal theater. Lionel offered her a job, and she began performing with Lionel's orchestra under a new name. Dinah, Washington. Dinah toured with Lionel for three years. She recorded some of her first hit songs during that time, like her song evil gal blues, which appeared in billboard magazine's Harlem hit parade. With her Gritty, high pitched voice, dinah had a unique vocal style that bent genres. She sang R&B, blues, jazz, and pop. Her songs were varied, but often contained themes of love, heartbreak, and women wronged. These themes were personal to her own life. Over the course of her career, Dyna herself would be married at least 6 times. In 1946, dinah signed a record deal with mercury records and went solo. From there, her career skyrocketed. From 1948 to 1955, she had over 25 R&B top ten hits, making her one of the most popular singers of the time. In 1949, her song baby get lost, hit number one on the billboard charts. And in 1952, she had a number four hit with trouble in mind. Throughout her career, Dyna recorded with acclaimed jazz musicians. In 1955, legendary Quincy Jones arranged her album, dinah Washington, those in love. Later, Quincy Jones wrote that dinah could take the melody in her hand, hold it like an egg, crack it open, fry it, let it sizzle reconstructed, put the egg back in the box, and back in the refrigerator, and you would have still understood every single syllable. Dinosaur success kept her touring across the country, singing at large jazz festivals, and performing with celebrated musicians like Count Basie and Duke Ellington. In 1959, dine crossed over to pop records with her song what a difference a day makes. The song is largely considered to be one of her greatest commercial successes. And it won her a Grammy Award for best R&B record. When dinah was just 39 years old. She died of an accidental overdose in 1963. After her death, her music.
Ibrahim Raisi Wins Election as Iran's President as Nuclear Deal Talks Resume
"The election of hardline presidential candidate ibrahim racy this weekend. Big questions now about what it means. For relations of the united states and a possible deal to rein in iran's nuclear program were to take those questions of president biden's national security advisor jake sullivan first. Let's check in with martha raddatz in tehran. Good morning martha good morning george. Nuclear talks are resuming today before they take pause as iran prepares for more conservative president overnight celebration in iran as a new president is officially announced. The ultra conservative racy the favourite of iran's supreme leader i a- tola ali khamenei. There had been a vigorous get out the vote. Campaign with posters depicting the severed hand of military leader qassem soleimani killed in the us drone strike last year urging voters to do it for him but fewer than fifty percent cast ballots. The lowest turnout in the history of presidential elections after the nineteen seventy nine islamic revolution. Many staying home believing the election was rigged. You did not vote dinah. Why not betting kit. If i had both that they wouldn't have counted my book but ryan. Uc's supporters believe he could help rebuild iran's devastated economy. You voted for racy because you think he can help. The economy is your yes. I believe because he has the experience in the judiciary. I'm sure he knows the ways to make things better. The economy crippled in part by heavy sanctions imposed by the us. When former president trump pulled out of the nuclear deal rice. He has voiced support for reviving that deal but it could be more difficult for president biden to get a tougher or lengthier deal from the hardline. Cleric the trump administration also personally sanctioned for human rights abuses sanctions that have not yet been lifted.
Iranian Hard-Liner Ebrahim Raisi Wins Presidential Election Vote
"After the election of hardline presidential candidate ibrahim racy this weekend. Big questions now about what it means. For relations of the united states and a possible deal to rein in iran's nuclear program were to take those questions of president biden's national security advisor jake sullivan first. Let's check in with martha raddatz in tehran. Good morning martha good morning george. Nuclear talks are resuming today before they take pause as iran prepares for more conservative president overnight celebration in iran as a new president is officially announced. The ultra conservative racy the favourite of iran's supreme leader i a- tola ali khamenei. There had been a vigorous get out the vote. Campaign with posters depicting the severed hand of military leader qassem soleimani killed in the us drone strike last year urging voters to do it for him but fewer than fifty percent cast ballots. The lowest turnout in the history of presidential elections after the nineteen seventy nine islamic revolution. Many staying home believing the election was rigged. You did not vote dinah. Why not betting kit. If i had both that they wouldn't have counted my book but ryan. Uc's supporters believe he could help rebuild iran's devastated economy. You voted for racy because you think he can help. The economy is your yes. I believe because he has the experience in the judiciary. I'm sure he knows the ways to make things better. The economy crippled in part by heavy sanctions imposed by the us. When former president trump pulled out of the nuclear deal rice. He has voiced support for reviving that deal but it could be more difficult for president biden to get a tougher or lengthier deal from the hardline. Cleric the trump administration also personally sanctioned for human rights abuses sanctions that have not yet been lifted.
"dinah" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"You might be one that gets lost decisions or you might get this symptom not symptom and going through it and you've been listening to today's episode. You might be sitting of he. Oh that's why that was happening to me last week. I didn't understand what was going on. But now i've got a better idea and again you can go find the information to support to support you. And i loved that thing about Assistant checker i believe is something that simple system especially. I'm still in systems yet. Symptom checkup because obviously there is somewhere a list of all the different symptoms. And you can check whether you've got any of them so i think that's really handy don't you. I mean i. I wish kind of when i started going through this process all those years ago that there had been more information because it would have just made you know listening to dine and thinking. Oh my god. That was a symptom. And i hadn't realized that that was part of my process. You know and yeah very very interesting. I think that was supposed to make some. What's what's on your. I mean later on softening listeners. We all got reporting the following weeks episode talking to andrea newton the softening And this one is about relieving stress because eight pro is stress awareness month. Although that that's absurd will be going out in may but never mind get over that one. I'm we're going to be doing that later on for me. It's already four o'clock in the afternoon so that lost the nineteen today. What are you gonna agenda today to I've got to fix a problem. That's occurring with my laptop. I've organized my husband's cook dinner tonight. And i'm going out my new allotment. oh allotments growing. Well i've put the race borders up I've got some prep to do. I'm going to be hopefully having peace beans range of lettuces and tomatoes Yeah i've always wanted an allotment a now that the boys have outgrown their climbing frame. And that's gone to somebody else's. Interestingly five year old twin boys so way back beyond where i was many moons ago when we first got it. I now have room to put a mini allotment in my back garden so garden. You know actually going elsewhere. Nope she'll be alone in the garden because anything that looks vaguely like work and the teenage boys will be in the direction. I get that i get that i get that. Well i knew that we were gonna be recording all afternoon so i very wisely chicken casserole in the oven this morning. Which is supper for tonight and supper. Tomorrow i'm going to say right now it smells divine. I could actually go and devour. But i'm not going so i think we will long enough yup Let's head off so we can render this video and audio for this episode and rapid mice and then we can start on our next because he never a dull moment. So thank you for listening listeners. Once again it shelia tomorrow. Vado comb joe at jail business. Consulting dot co.
"dinah" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"Well. Actually when peri menopause oppose you'd have to sit up real energy and women often can feel a little bit more Have low repeat that sort flourishing that goes on and then suddenly lots of things stop working. Wow i think i had a little bit that and then the second grief that comes along but in a way it was bit of relief because it didn't have to think. Oh i failed on something. I had no control at the whole. Menopause just comes along so then you embrace other things. what's creativity. What are you going your energies Have such a defined relationship has defined. Now they kind of fumble along quite unwittingly everything. But you're right. Some are very very supportive and others be very dismissive. Gets a great woman sort of thing and yet others will be very helpful. What's very interesting shelley. When i announced i was doing this in changing them since medicals hitching and training. I had on my menopausal friends with a liking. My post something on facebook live but but it was man raped to me. They sent me messages. Wow this is such an important some of the very senior people within very logical. You know this is such an important issue. Oh my you know my partner. I think has been going through. This is just it's I tried so hard to support. It's very confusing time. Just light really touched by taking that time and then actually it's a real Onto stopped it more. that's fantastic. Want me because in the media a lot more conversation and in the compensation we start something that you found in diner that there is a need from a man's point of view to understand more because a much as sometimes we as women find it difficult to understand this tumultuous change that we may be going through where one day where if them being almost outside of that. It's yeah totally. Yeah if you think Takes mood swings statistic to put ron just as to be work. Could mean all sorts of plans. That people had somebody who's going through. Menopause may have either extreme fatigue will mood swings just suddenly feeling com. See people The partner thinking what what going on you for about five minutes ago and trying to understand that this is not just..
"dinah" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"Not yes. Because i'm determining that cam up sedately wisdom comes as well so it was almost like a spiritual changes well oklahoma. Yeah he sees it is because he you kind of think this things that you just brush off that a few years ago i thought ooh a new my if a worried something about it and you think h to the rhine. And that's why. I went on coaching if i'm coaching and and if must Listening together if getting people to think about actually how important system these perceptions oceans awesome. These decisions we make about ourselves is something because of a menopause symptoms or actually real situation says of judging around. What's important to you so that you can advance may be one of the. Do you think people could Let's say that you've got somebody in a difficult relationship. And they could be blaming. The menopause for the difficult relationship but really that would in the difficult relationship anyway. Dc happening very much. yeah Yeah i think it probably exposes a lot of watson portioned so i mean we're Could easily go down to the sex side of same guess amongst over much. Got his sex. We've got dr john dryness and look out the window very kidding part sizing because if one Supporters partners. But i think yes. Some of those issues could have habit up. What kids manufacturers don't match if you've got kids i have kids so i don't have fat China tonight but it is. Yeah i suddenly you get to. What's important you and it's not necessarily what's important and how people for the other. Yeah i mean. I can only think i know that for me when i was taking the decision to have that hysterectomy aged medical reason for it. It took me a year to make the decision and it was losing. Because you're losing a huge part of who you are as a female person the reproductive bed. I think that's the same in menopause As women suddenly the primary prime moral more primordial prime over the day. See it's not just you They whatever that word is. The reason that we are female for to reproduce is gone and that's a huge identity loss as well for some women as well for some might be liberating applied to have children. And so i went through this and wanted children and i mentioned this grieving. Yeah i can imagine jodi day runs. Single gateway women Grieving process from my early forties ready public earlier than that and at forty five. I strange because i. Oh my seems to stop talking to me now. I was actually probably premenopausal then. Didn't have everything else seemed regular. But i just had this sort of disconnect between me and i that grieving kind of patient but then there was sort of a new.
"dinah" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"That's the symptom bid is an impact Things like osteoporosis. Increase hockey I'm i'm stroking women to more likely to suffer from dementia from timers so we need to think about. How do we protect ourselves in that respect. We haven't really meant you mentioned H not shallan Methylated day eight five. She says nobody's taking my head. Shot t away from me. I'm i'm a big fan. But the benefits can outweigh the people saying they want to go through menopause. Naturally but actually there's benefits could be reducing risk of osteoporosis. And again if we're going to keep working long that we need to be able to innovate in good shape. Yeah and especially as the people that we are representing now whether that's freedoms trainers for diner myself oil the as for jalen. My my audience for the podcast. We all worked for ourselves so we do have to make sure that we're not. We're not going to necessarily retire at the retirement age keeps going up anyway So we need to make sure that we are able to continue working for as long as we won't jay and then lots of us go into this because we like what we do is while we actually want to retire at the element to we do. Have that option to mine. If you're employed on an inaugural now that's working coming a little bit more great karachi for the women More flexibilities more acceptable unlikely to boost subjects. Bring up with us yourself. You have that choice. Yes you have that financial impact to tailor taylor little bit but it is important. I think to create balance because stress. That's sort of triggering your sympathetic with sink. Synthetic system worry anyway back thing we can look this up off these. That's the other things terrible when you're working in your lives that's one of the worst symptoms. Anyway that's just gonna push your adrenalin your stress levels kickoff. You'll the symptoms and Anybody meeting is really in your best interesting. Everybody needs to think about how much work you need to actually do. We don't prove anything to anyone anymore. We've checked into it from yeah being kind to ourselves. It's a women and his business owners. That's really important but it's even more important as you say once you start ghost through this process of great physical and emotional change for for you know within our lives. Then he doesn't just impact us. Does it you know as you say. that's huge. I would say that. I took a lot. Everybody talks about the downside of menopause. Symptoms the impact in the that actionaid's amazingly freeing time hotly for the reasons. I just of sec. We have choice me. Why women and walk go. Actually you don't have to worry about all sorts of things. They used to have a revamped gang unit area while in paramedic. Who is you dick. Getting pregnant An also about the things that come up we can actually take Freedom i find out a charismatic about what others think and with that i really can with a sub is judging my career..
"dinah" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"Some people don't have changes immediately two periods. So if you don't know what's happening in the workplace that can be a major issue here so yeah so you asked me. What do i do again. Delivering weapons around education workshops for women themselves to understand what they're going through. What shall slow line manages to understand how to talk about menopause and that it's okay half sign host within organizations Nicely as making sure that they were chilly. The key thing keep that momentum going within an organization so we've seen some great examples Thirty mind from -tations but great examples of large corporates. Now really embracing this Midday supporting everybody to to have that conversation and is just having conversations via in terms of what can with individuals. I think that ongoing catching i as a coach i would normally say. Well you know you have the sort of a nice fit with somebody. You who went with anyone actually with menopause. I think supporting people through that transition and understanding how to cope crepeau strategies helps to. What could somebody who's Ethnic woman every woman. Different experience of menopause Us but understanding that lack of drive that flatness. That can come along quite portion. You didn't want awry you want to do. Is the embed low absolutely absolutely. I remember what my first symptoms workers minds behind me quite away. I i in fact. I had a hysterectomy now. Thirty five and kind of wasn't expecting the menopause pose was on h. o. T. for longtime so. That took care of. 'cause i wouldn't have been in the menopause straightway but that took care of that but then once that stopped and then it was probably quite a few years before it hit properly. So yeah i do. I think you're rights. I think it's one of those things that definitely somebody who's being there in some form is right. I remember we were. We were out for dinner. And i was having these hope lettings really bad and it was just for my birthday on next door. Neighbor boot me a plaque. That's what did it say what say women. Don't women have hope flushes. Somebody's dooby energy. But it was so mocked. Because i'd oversleeping so uncomfortable when we were out with them and that he felt we did know them very well as he felt he could was joan but it could have condemned very flat trusting interesting neck because when i went through that process. And it's all behind me now. Swale i didn't have a single hot flush. Haitian louis got strength. Yeah i occasionally go a bit warm if it was a warm summer day and i would feel myself getting hotter than normal but as a general rule of firm. You know an i. I've got friends who suddenly sorta flash up and feel the thank the semi east very very different. Now is isn't it. yes. I'm the thing that's there. There are physical symptoms like new types period weight gain. Lushes and sweat everybody. Seventy percent of women do go through those. But i know a number of people who haven't had as totally took us sailing through menopause. Then you find actually it got joint pain they've got vaginal dryness h senate women have johnny dramas burning tongue. Who knew burning time and she skin all to be physically essang emotional A little bit more hidden away..
"dinah" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"It was good to both part of a community of trainers honest listeners. You've heard me talk about training talk on the obligation. My community the community of trainers switch. I belong which is a fantastic community of networking together and helping each other out and it's very similar to the. Va community of collaboration competition. Which is the va mantra. So that's that's how i know i know dinosaur dina meet joe jomie dina i to me you and shelley out of be helpful trying to move in in china to thank. You ever wanted me on thank you. I do my best plenty of my best so donald. Do you want to tell our listeners. A bit about blooming menopause. What it is. But i think also about how it came about what you did before because you used to be a networking coach my right. So wherever misremembered months many incarnation. I'm all about the all about the reinvention. I think we we get. We get many lives in the west so well festival. Thank you thank you for inviting me onto the podcast and hopefully this will be approach. Amazing experience linney little bit of metaphor. My yeah my background. What blew me. Menopause rating came about out of my own ignorance. Really and ask the rounds. Most women this Approaching menopause age. But we find that they know very little around menopause and sets Start changing that. And that was really the impetus for looking at this space. So i reached menopause about. Well the thing is you never know when you reach the state. Stateful terry menopause. Maybe we'll come onto so. I was clearly in the menopause face. Very obviously mentos phasing around three years ago. Nothing nothing and then when we omit tree i knew something about some hot flashes Might stop with stop. maybe i'd grow. Some has my chin at this morning. I remembered that and start looking at my chin. Showed certainly not on sound yet..
"dinah" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"We come we come back to that food thing again about you. Were on your agenda at the raymond while it's been quite interesting. A few things of kind of phoolan across my desk said to speak the last week or so It's amazing i think. Sometimes when you take your eye off and you go away things do happen. I remember listening to poke an audio by a coach. Michael neale and he went talked about coaching client. Who was desperate to do. Whatever it was and michael neale said if you wanna work with me for the next three months you have to do nothing and the guy said that's not possible khandu. Nothing's new you need the space thinking space. You've got do nothing anyway. The guy got ill on. He was actually embed for three months and when he came back after his. He said you know you were right. I had to do nothing to walk out what i was going to do next. I think that kind of happens. So i'm i'm doing some voiceover work this week the first time when. It's not really the first time. 'cause most of dewey's especially save so a company in new york it technology company in new york of asked me to create for them a introduction for their on boarding on cybersecurity. I've been learning about cybersecurity. They've given me that side deck. Think we've me access to what they've already got. But basically they don't have enough staff to onboard in dribs and drabs. They wanted more streamlined. Way of doing it. So when they take on new clients with new kit. There's a video they watch and the answer questions so that's been really interesting so that's what i'm be doing tomorrow and thursday basically learning than some rehearsing tweaking slides and then recording it for them. 'cause they need it of course by friday. It's always the way isn't it. So that's that's my first thing. I've been creating a. I'm going to be speaking at the birmingham. Pa lifu pa. forum in september is putting outline for that together. I'm going to be delivering a workshop for miss jones of virtual summit at the end of this month on the twenty nine thousand eight pro any of you would like to come learn about marks of teams with me head over to the misjudge fight. Look for the fans virtual summit. It's workshops it's paid event. The summit has lots of free stuff going on says worth going to anyway. Is the twenty nine hundred. S of eight pro. Mice session is one of a series of paid workshops..
"dinah" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"And i are here with you today and we are recording this on the sixth of april it will go out Let me just find my trusty spreadsheet. This one is going to go out in may so this you will be listening to this on the third of may of thereabouts. But as we record ed. We've just had easter easter weekend. I had planned saver joe. Cady sta and we were just before we were just comparing notes over. How busy or not. We had been breaks. And i actually took a week out while. I cheated a little bit but i mainly was out. I couldn't be in here in my office. His son and ultra knows bedroom for the duration. So anything that i did. I had to do on a laptop at the dining table and it really cemented for me. That work happens in my office. I desktop on the second team around the is on the laptop about that. But i really prefer to work. In here without any distractions. Have i knew jodi you when you got best. I have my own office space. I'm very fortunate that we have A partition we had a drywall. With dole can lock the key. Which means i keep the kids out. Some very fortunate. I do occasionally when. I just want a change of scene. Go and sit in my kitchen. Because i can look out of the back garden instead of the front occasionally. I like to work in a cafe. Although it's been an thompson done. But i'm always mindful about type of tasks i do when i'm outside of the house because i never work on anything whether this personal data on a wifi outside the house but i might go to my social media right you blogs. I might do anything else like that..
"dinah" Discussed on The Adventures Of Nickels And Spud
"Aren't you supposed to be reading something young dinah. Oh oh really mother. Yeah i guess it was kind of harsh but don't let me catch you doing something as foolish as what you did with your little experiment again. Oh thank you mother. i promise. I will night father. She's.
"dinah" Discussed on Racing Virginia Podcast
"Sam a lot of a hard time, but you know because he he lives in, New Jersey. Area yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah, that's one thing I have to keep straight was under the office like look damn water. Follow the rules extremely high. I am not one. I'm not going to have my name on a car that's going to be fifty in that. I am I keeping trade Sam babies always had a good car. It's always been competitive and he's he helps I'm I've lost count off the driver's that he has helped over his career get to eat, you know the next level or to become really efficient and good at what they do know, and that's just it I mean, I've learned so much from him and look I can barely keep up with and he's 77 years old and I can't keep up with the guy. I mean it is incredible the amount of energy the strength he have. I mean honestly if we didn't have Sam's we wouldn't need the team, but even if it wasn't same team and we did not have him there it would not work and that's and that says a lot about saying baby to the energy that he brings to to the speedway and makes them Go for you Sergio, you know this covid-19 pandemic me twenty-twenty has been the craziest year idea. I've been around a long time and this is just add this is way above my head about figuring out why this happened but we have we have some some track promoters here in the state that have have really gone out on a limb to keep things going and and Steve Britain and his his Partners Diana Mullins. The whole crew had Dominion has done a phenomenal job from home from your standpoint. How how does that make you feel as a driver that they're that they're doing everything they can I mean they're going to have a $10,000 Win race. They can't even down in South. It's incredible. I think that yeah, this has been a really really challenging year for everyone. You know, fortunately South Boston didn't end up opening up. I think it was good for us. It's a minion because it's a lot of good carbs. Contract. So yeah, just like you said half off the season everyone at the minute. I mean my gosh to go from like not even sure if they're going to be we'll keep the lights on the race tracks and now hosted some of the biggest late model races in the country. I mean looking at the lineup the past couple of weeks if you look at the top, you know the points in the nation, it's incredible how many Heavy Hitters we have their well, and that's without getting ready to say the the one thing to pandemic has done. Is it as spread out the talent the talent is going to different tracks that because they're just trying to find places to race and it's kind of spread it around Dominion Langley Franklin County the asphalt tracks that are open in our state are doing really well even without fans. I think they're they're at least paying the bills exactly and that was incredible and media for me, especially even though Dominion was open and running. It's still a concern coming down to okay is our sponsors going to be able to continue to fund our team and help us out. Peak Roofing has been incredible to this entire process before covid-19 and during my gosh wouldn't incredible incredible group of people that we have behind us actually would not be able to do without them. So yeah looked at twenty twenty and the beginning I was like man is going to be a rough one and actually turned out to be okay for so that was good. You did start your ear off and I'm going to Brandon's going to Kecoughtan Rd. Okay. I did notice that you did some some I racing at the beginning. You know, I think it was a Martinsville 300 or something that you did. Yeah. We did it was the blinking the moral we had a big 200 black Iris. This part for you. So do you like that stuff? Oh, I love it. I mean when I was racing at Red Racing we were we had like a lot of like eight or nine simulators at the shop, but they had a call on all the time. And so yeah, I was on there every day. They had been quite a few years since I've been really active on there, but you know when I came back home I guess when covid-19 and you know having a lockdown I was on iRacing for probably five or six hours a day and I love it. It's great time. Do you have a Simpson? I don't have a 50 my name is there's actually a guy that I used to race go-karts with this is an old old credit that I have. So but Brenda was talking to me all about some seeds. I was like man sounds like it'd be a good deal. Yeah, we know somebody. Yeah. I know all about them out of their their off. So I'm wondering if I how many races that we run against each other and didn't didn't know yet and I'm wonderful and I'm wondering if I ran you over at some point or another that that I can't remember now, but I'm pretty rough on that box changed and accepted in nineteen eighty seven cars. I can hold my own against little like who's on racing against the other day like a Daniel Silvestri hold my own Daniel birth. Um Connor Hall and a few other ones Josh Barry Pepper off just bury beat my ass. You know, it is nice that I mean if you take one thing from kovit. I've ever seen the everyone involved with both of those teams this it's been fun to watch it. But an honor to be up there to share in a track with them. I try not to you know, they're passing me. Basically. I try not to get into them or anything else and either National point field. But yeah, first of all too often guys running for a championship, they're pretty cool and you hey first race on Saturday night you were running Peyton down there for a little bit but no one was was working pretty good in that first race. Yeah, we came from like gosh it was like 12:00 2/4 there and just a few laps. I mean we were feeling really good and unfortunately, but they took Josh Berry had I had a huge chunk come out of my right front tire right there, you know on the inside where the tire touches the ground the most thousand fortunate. We took a swing at it for the second race and just you know, we just took have a brand new set up. Like I said sellers help us out. So we're learning a lot about this new setup. We have we went the wrong direction with the change that kind of messed up to the second one so dead. What you know you you do all of this all of this racing stuff with with Aston Martin with the with your job and also with the late models. What does the the next few years? I totally look like for Sergio Pena. Oh man tough question. You know, it's weird. I've never been in a situation in my life where I had so many different things going on different page Go in different directions and I want to commit to all of them as much as I can..
"dinah" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Fireworks in Cleveland. Dinah Lee Scylla Terra, the first presidential debate with a number of fiery exchanges between President Trump and former vice president Biden at one of them on healthcare, where President Trump went after bite over his plan. Bigger problem that you have is that you're going to extinguish 180 million people with their private health care that they're very simply not true. Biden took shots at the president for trying to dismantle the affordable care act while we're in a pandemic, which at stake here is the president made it clear he wants To get rid of the affordable care act. He's been running on that he ran on that, and he had been governing on accuse the president of not having a plan when the virus showed up in the U. S. And he said he still doesn't have a plan. The two candidates also sparred over the nomination of Justice Amy Cockney Barrett is the Supreme Court. She's sat down with some senators today, Vice President Mike Pence escorted Judge Amy Cockney Barrett into the Senate for a day of meetings with Republican leaders and Senate Judiciary Committee members. Texas Republican Ted Cruzes there, it makes good on President Trump's promise on judicial nominees. And when the Senate does Wei will be honoring the promise we made to the American people to confirm principled constitutionalists. Some Democrats have said they do not intend to meet with the nominee, rejecting the Republicans plans for a confirmation before Election Day. The Judiciary Committee is scheduled to begin hearings with Judge Barrett in two weeks. A floor vote could come by the end of October on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News, former Atlanta City councilman, Kwanza Hall and former Morehouse College President Robert Franklin have advance to a runoff in today's special election to fill the remainder of the late John Lewis's term in Congress. Hall and Franklin led five other candidates in George's fifth Congressional District, but no one won a majority. America is.
Burger Kings Bold Advertising Goes Even Riskier with Moldy Whopper
"You seen the picture yet? The ultra gross. Close up photo of a Burger King Walker sprouting white fur and vivid blue. Green Mold If you haven't seen it yet you probably should. The ad campaign breaks all the rules of advertising the high resolution video and photos so shocking that ad weeks David Greiner wrote quote. There are only two eras in advertising ads. That came out before Burger King's Moldy Walker and adds that came after Burger King's moly robber at the heart of the campaign is a forty five. Second time lapse video that shows a freshwater growing mold over about a month. You know like an old national geographic film of say a butterfly growing in a cocoon. Or maybe the life cycle of a cockroach set to a nineteen fifty-nine recording of Dinah Washington's singing that old classic what a difference a day makes and yes that sparked a chuckle maybe an outright guffaw. The campaign is also sparking a lot of controversy in some circles. It's considered so bold that it's brilliant in others. It's considered a total flop. Nowhere is it. Forgivable in it's endless war with McDonald's Burger King has made a name and won awards as an advertising risk taker but this particular campaign takes the cake. But why why do this to call attention to its plans to roll out a whopper free of artificial preservatives throughout the US. By Year's end the whole point of the ad as evidenced by a Burger King Tweet. The beauty of real food is that it gets ugly given enough time. What Burger King Chief Marketing Officer? Fernando Machado is counting on here. Is that by implication will remember and savor only the good part of that equation. How great fresh food looks and tastes. When it's new you might say. This is a gamble. Burger King says it's already removed all artificial ingredients from walkers in many European countries including France Sweden and Spain according to Market Watch. And it's taken them out of whoppers in four hundred American locations. That's out of about seventy five hundred burger kings in the US going further. The company said all menu items will be free of artificial colors flavors and preservatives at stores in the US and in many European locations. Mcdonald's made a similar announcement three years ago saying it would remove artificial ingredients from seven of its ten burgers market. Watch reported at a wonder what the three are didn't have it removed. Burger King Machado told Fortune magazine that he was inspired by social media photos. People have taken a food so laden with preservatives. They didn't ever look old like six year. Old French fries without a speck of mold or as some have noted it could be an intentional day at the so-called last McDonald's cheeseburger in Iceland which has been on display since two thousand nine when the last McDonald's disappeared from the country. It looks conspicuously unaffected by the ravages of time. According to Ad Week according to the Iceland Review you can watch a livestream although well you know. Nothing happens so far. The Moldy Hopper Campaign has received twenty one million social media impressions that according to Ad Week but sixty percent of those called it disgusting. Still Ad Week writes. That doesn't mean the campaign failed. However since Burger King itself pointed out that fresh food gets ugly. But the nauseated reaction does elevate a criticism that often dogs burger kings out of the box advertising.
It's Been a Super Busy Week for the Switch
"Welcome to Nintendo voice chat My name is Tom Marks temporary host again this week joining me today is Mr Brennan Graber Hey what's up and Mr Jonathan Dornbush hey just give us a minute all right yeah give it some time let will grow on you this episode four seventy nine it's kind of weird week this week because there's much going on we're getting into the busy fall season so a pair isn't here. Brian is busy with a preview Casey just got back from Japan shoes at Nintendo Live Zach is in La Janet is in Seattle it's just like everyone is when we wish him well there but yeah a busy busy week so I got some good good friends we're going to be we've got a good show for you still we're GONNA be talking about some recent news older there's not a ton this week we're also talking about a would there has been attend this week is review news so we're GONNA be talking about recent reviews for switch or the biggest ones of this week sorry Jonathan did you have a point to make up oh thumbs up even a thumbs up domino is off to a great start already got a busy week for releases there's a lot coming out so be sure to stick around we just got a lot of great stuff talk about this laid back episode and for the first thing we want to talk about let's talk to start jumping in with with news because there's there's not a ton but there are some cool things to discuss here the first being I feel like it's become a weekly tradition on this show Tuesday hey there's new pokemon stuff were in that cycle where there unreleased things every week they're really getting people going hype and people up by adding just need a little bits and pieces this week we got fat peak itchy Cha end long mouth hand along we also got a weird flaming charred I think somebody pointed out this is the fourth alternate a fourth version because there's the charred mega ex mega y and then now this guy which is gigantic Max journalists more than Lynn and farm heroes game your summer chart here's a winter charges charter just having like an identity crisis trying to figure out like who's the true Char's are I think people I just really like buying Char's dragon yeah people like charter charter school so these gigantic tax forms which basically means if certain pokemon that dynamex which means getting really big if you have a and this is the weird thing a specific po come on that can gigantic Max will show up with a different look to the so pika chew if you have data and this is the kind of interesting to me if you have data from let's go Pika Chew you can transfer that and get a p get you bet gigantic Max's into this very fat Pika Chew reminiscent of its first Iteration Husky boy yeah like pokemon yellow box art yeah yeah exactly similarly if you have data from let's go easy you get this very flu fee ev that gigantic taxes lucky boy yeah there's also chart I don't think they mentioned how you get that charge hard if you have let's go with the mouth is not exactly like a preorder bonus it's like if you play at the beginning of the game klay early you get this meow that will turn into basically long we had like mystery gifts that they would send out a mail and so it's probably me some of them like hey tune in for the next two months to get your you know crazy haunts the forearms right answers Cuban who's always not depressed finally happy happy it would be the saddest thing to skulls the other thing they showed was butter free that just kind of look like it had bigger prettier wings so it'll be interesting to see I like that they're doing ask that they're shaking up the the Dinah maxing tickets flavor yeah nice yeah it's not just we took the model and we stretched a right it was my worry when they showed that something like it's just GonNa look weird doing fun stuff with it especially when you're introducing a new thing that all of the previous pokemon generation and have added bells and whistles and tried to shake things up especially recently when it comes to battles but there can always be a little bit of trepidation so I think giving this nice visual incentive to for yeah to get something different out of it I like a lot I don't necessarily think it's going to convince any of the people who were not convinced by dynamex her show but it it at least is a nice little added touch it's interesting to see this this thing where it's like only specific only this mouth can do this only this Pika chew that is from the let's go peek data can do this not just any Piquiachu that's an interesting little mechanic that they're adding in the other thing I wanted to call out is our very own Janika who's away right now did a hands on preview gone up as a Thursday morning when we posted this show she got to play the first ninety minutes of Sword Shield and did a big old hands on on so go check out I G M dot com to read her thoughts on on her time with game after having spent some actually significant time with because we have played at three but it was just real brief of a gym yeah it was simple and so she she got some genuine time from what I hear is a major player in this game yeah as blue should be but yeah I talked to Janet a bit too not to like speak on her behalf please go check out our preview but yeah as she was telling me about what she saw she seemed pretty positive on like the things it's maintaining but also trying to off the formula right she caught it I think she called it like their most ambitious game in the series which is cool here adding digital we'll do that go straight to I'm telling you early in the first five minutes I will roll you out of here on that very easy on this floor it really is it's very slippy you guys don't see this but we fight a battle every moment on this show now just not slipping away from that so yeah go check out our program on previous preview on Dot com right now another of news that dropped that I was really interested to see God people more excited than I was expecting manufacturable analog who are known for making these super not which is a system that hardware emulates so that you can play Super Nintendo Games on it it's not essentially it mimics a super nintendo oh to play Super Nintendo games properly but you still need the game right you still need the games they're very against emulating games they WANNA make hardware that will run those games they just announced something called the analog pocket which is looks like a fancy little gameboy pretty much and it will play Gameboy Games game boy color games and homeboy advanced games and you again you need the cartridges this is actually playing these things but it'll play these systems or these games just out of the gate you just plug in the Trajan works except it has three point five inch LCD screen that's sixteen hundred by fourteen forty resolution and the whole thing is to hun everydollar what excited I do have a an sp on my desk that cannot hold a charge for battery I lost the chargers it and I really WanNa play one of the Games but I can't so this is like ooh this could be a workaround that will be nice the one thing I'm kind of like if the design it's making that that original gameboy look but it's a lot more sleeker but I would have almost wanted a an SP version or an advanced version words or horizontal vertical right I mean DSP is the undisputed best game boy so I my gameboy advance S. P. it's one of my great childhood tragedies that I had to throw it out at some point in a move yeah I like the design of how sleek it is but I don't know if I will buy it for two hundred dollars mostly because like my gameboy advance S. P. I don't have any of my gameboy library anymore right and that's like the big sticking point for me is like if these games are more easily accessible in a legal way to buy and obviously you know a lot of game stops and other stores have older libraries but man I would play so many of my old games like I spent so much time on my gameboy advance foundational to my love of games but this is a really cool tool for collectors or people held onto all these things to play these games easily on a piece of tack that's not you know decades old at this time and the really nice for yeah so this is another the thing is this is coming in two thousand twenty some time and it's going to have a separate thing that you can buy also that is a doc like the switch where you can plug your gameboy game into the analog pocket and then you plug the analog pocket into a doc and you can connect a bluetooth controller to that and then play your game boy color or Gameboy advance or gameboy games on a t we like a switch basically it's much more elegantly than the Gamecube gameboy adapter young into the bottom of the system. So funny I still have one of those I I had service yeah so goofy yes so that's it I mean I don't know if I'd ever want to play a game boy game on a four K. TV but it's cool that they're just taking that extremely accessible to do yeah yeah I think like ten game boy games on me so the price point is an issue boy also have pairs giant Goodie bag true game boy games steel for oil there's just get a bag of game boy games in a pile and like picking one out it's like oh wow castle or like oh well beauty and the beast for gameboy color copies of Sri Castle the castle real I didn't know this was a thing way back yeah oh teddy release system the Gameboy back the analog pocket you can check it out for yourself we've got more details on Jan well it's very it's very cool I just like elected they're doing this I I really appreciate analog doing stuff even if the price point is our above the range that I would be paying WanNa pay for it it's a it's still going to be really nice thing for the people who do go after that and can't afford it price point like I understand it especially for the people who probably do have collections and are like willing to shell out because of how useful and modern of piece of equipment this is moving on there's a couple of other things sonic is coming to super monkey ball banana blitz hd this is the master of the we
Challenges, opportunities of climate solutions
"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America financing clean energy initiatives and advancements in renewable energy and spurring innovation in and the growth of environmentally focused companies markets and jobs Bank of America, NA, member FDIC. The challenges and opportunities of climate solutions. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul Heppner. This is climate cast. A forty five percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by twenty thirty. That's the goal of the most ambitious climate solutions advocates Cornell University professor, and I p c report author Natalie Maho walled testified before congress recently, I asked her for her assessment on the pace of climate solutions. Right now, we have wind and solar which is very cheap. And maybe the cheapest energy source depending on where you are. But that is just the energy and the power sector, and that is the most important sector to get, but we still need technologies for other sectors. And we don't have substitutes for just a meeting a lot of CO two for for example, industrial sectors transportation like aviation or agricultural land use it's a lot of CO two. So we need to work in other sectors as well. So we've got the tool set for the really hard one. We need. Start transitioning in that one. But we also need to develop new technologies. I think a lot of people don't think about opportunities for climate change solutions. We know there are challenges. Right. But let's talk about -tunities. What are the economic opportunities UC in a push to dramatically reducing greenhouse gas emissions? I think there's so many business and technological opportunities. And I think that way you framed, it is the way we wanna frame it moving forward that, you know, the energy technologies that we've been talking about in the United States are old fashioned. Honestly, right coal. You know that was from the eighteen hundred so earlier in century. Exactly. We need to move on here. And there's so many really cool technologies that are much less damaging to human health, much cheaper and much better for the environment. And so I just think of America as those place where business and innovation technological innovation. Scientific innovation and business innovation. I is is so strong. I think there's so many opportunities for more jobs better jobs and business growth, and as long as the US is in front that other countries are already investing in these areas. They've taken the report and run with it or they knew this before the report. And so it's it's a question of the US staying out front and leading on these really important issues Natalie Maho wall, professor at Cornell University, and I p c report author great insight today. Thanks so much for joining us on climate cast. Thank you for having me. My name is Paul Thompson. I live in Morningside Dina. I'm the regional coordinator for the citizens climate lobby, and I'm the founder of cool planet, which is our local nonprofit through the Dinah community foundation. Our tagline is neighborhood fund action for our planet. You know, when I was a kid I played hockey. And our coach said don't go skiing because you might break your leg. But when I came back from the peace corps. I heard about these people skiing fifty five kilometers, and I figured out that's thirty four miles cross country skiing. I borrowed my brother skis, and I went up there with two thousand other skiers and it was amazing. It was amazing, and it was little bitty lane through the woods in two thousand skiers. So that's how my Burke's started. And then I've done them every year now for forty years to have been cancelled. So I'm skiing thirty eighth burqa Byner this February. So we're doing thing this year called Burki green where we're getting skiers and their families to talk to vendors about what are you doing to save energy and to make your business plan, more green? And we think that you don't have to talk about climate change and global warming and get people, you know, politically, you know, the. Hair on fire. So let's let's talk about smart business, and let's talk about making money creating jobs and by the way, lowering emissions. So your kids can maybe have a winter in the future. That's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul hunter.
"dinah" Discussed on KGO 810
"Like getting poisoned? Dinah cancer. That's only good place. I can't. All better yet. Hey, whole species continued to disappear. Let's continue. You haven't heard about the insect apocalypse. Yeah. Insects are disappearing rapidly. Oh, that's the bottom of the food chain not the top. What happens when the bottom of the food chain disappears? Things up stream start dying off to have you noticed that that's actually happening in is documented phenomenon that's occurring. Yeah. Ocean acidification that sounds good. Hey, dead. Oceans, what the hell we don't need. Tell me about tell me about that Atlantic cod population. How's that going? We're doing a marvelous job of making it harder on ourselves. We're doing really well at that. So let's just continue doing it the same way. Dammit. I wanna call raw I'm gonna take my truck out days. I'm gonna make sure I was much blacks mocha's, I possibly can. Well that damn green new details verb crazy hippies and Comey's. No. It's really not. Now is the green new deal as it's outlined yesterday as it was introduced by Senator Markey and Representative Akhazia Cortes. I mean, of course. But by Senator Sanders gillibrand Harris, Warren Hirono widen Blumenthal, Booker and club HR is that the final product now. But what it does do instead of it saying or? Oh. NBC Comey's it doesn't do that. It lays out very broad and bold ideas. And how we start fixing what we are doing to our world. So, hey, maybe our kids will know what insects are and have fish in the ocean and survive read to Lee in six hundred parts per million carbon atmosphere that we haven't seen for millions of years now. And you can give me all of your arguments. All we'll get that four hundred and twelve parts per million, and the temperature is should have gone up even more than it has. Yes, let us continue down that path. That sounds that sounds really so they released the green new deal. There are parts of it. I agree with parts of it. I don't agree with. I do agree, and I've been calling for for a very long time a Manhattan project style investment in smart renewable energy. So we can move away from our hydrocarbon addiction hydrocarbon, coal oil gas, those types of things that create those are long-term stored carbon that we release into the atmosphere, which is why are carbon dioxide concentration is so high like it hasn't been since before the last time it was this warm in the world. It's we're talking about millions of years now since we've seen this level of carbon dioxide concentration. The parts per million in the atmosphere. Yes. Let us tempt fate. How not how about we stop poisoning? Because remember when we burn things like coal. We release things like mercury pollution with this administration. Weirdly wants to roll back some our mercury pollution standards. Mercury. A potent neuro toxin, let's give ourselves brain sounds good, man. Just a why can call roll my truck? I it don't you dare mess with Mitra. I wanna get four miles to the gallon. Don't you make me get six? It's insane. Way of thinking, you realize that right? Well, if I kill myself, that's my choice. No. Because you're killing your neighbors and your kids and your neighbors kids and your neighbors grandkids to when you act that way, we actually have laws against that kind of thing. So the preamble notes the federal government lead mobilizations during World War Two in the new deal era created the greatest middle class at the US has ever seen. That's right frames. The green new deal is a historic opportunity to create millions of good high wage jobs in the United States. Jobs is the second to the five goals investment in US infrastructure in industry is the third. Hey, I I'm all for that. Investment in community defined projects and strategies to increase resilience is the I e repairing and upgrading. I mean what? There's some language in here. That's very broad and general that you know, like, I said, this is a I go repairing an upgrading infrastructure is the second. Seriously. We've already been talking about that today. Of course, we need to repair and upgrade our infrastructure. Of course, we need to be moving toward more clean energy. Of course. I don't agree with the green new deal that the government should guarantee jobs. That's ridiculous. We are not a communist country. That's weird to me when I see that language in there. But again, the point when you introduce legislation in big, bold ideas. Like, this is to get us talking about to start the process to get the ball rolling. So how do we get there? How do we get there on the environmental front? It makes a lot of sense by the way Finland is halfway through there. A universal basic income trial that I would be supportive of that not guaranteed jobs by the government who've. Not a fan of that. And of course, the right oh using red scare tactics. Dear God were Joseph McCarthy when we need him better star hauling all these anti Americans before a comedian congress. Some claim to Trojan horse for destroying our country. It's not. It's it's taken a bunch of big spending ideas. That's true. But it's non binding. It's a it's a series of goals. Like, I said, this is really important that we talk about these things I will say this Democrats again fail on the branding message. Remember again, Sarah Palin drill baby drill. Donald Trump build a wall. Lock her up. Guess what doesn't flow as easily green new deal? What the hell's that mean? Green new deal, but you can't say save the planet either. Because that's ridiculous. I'm not I am maybe not the branding strategist on this that should come up with the answer. But I am saying green new deal is not going to convince most of America gotta come up with a better name. That can be conveyed. What are you trying to do here? Stop the poisoning and destruction of our environment. Okay. That sounds great. Food for our kids that sounds like a good plan. Although I don't think that's a good marketing slogan either. Stop the destruction of. Yeah. Okay. I also don't agree with the lack of airplane travel. There will be electric plane soon enough Alexandria, Cossio Cortez Representative from New York, you don't have to banish air travel. We'll move to an electric version of it or something else. Hyperloop will happen. There's so much of this is already starting. We just need the government to get behind it to give it a start. And I love that this is even happening, and it's freaking out the right so much, but the Democrats in charge you have got to come up with a better marketing strategy around the green new deal. And I encourage you to read it for yourself. Not little bites of lies that are floating around social media. Okay. All right. Well, it is Friday. So coming up next. We're going to wrap the show not the onion four one five eight hundred eighty eight. 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Are Electric Cars or Gasoline-Powered Cars Faster?
"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listen ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff. Lauren bo-bottle here. Let's say you're at a red light. And one of the drivers in front of you revs their engine something that sounds like muscle. But it's car over the recipients of their challenge is a pricey electric luxury vehicle. The light turns green which car leaves the other in the dust. Would you be surprised if the electric vehicle one out if you want to go from zero to sixty as fast as possible and electric car is the way to go however gas powered cars can still have faster top speeds? So what's the key difference between the two cars, mostly the transmission or the lack thereof? Let's unpack that I in general racing terminology. Quick means how long it takes to get from point eight point be while fast means the top speed of vehicle reaches in drag racing for example, the faster vehicle hits the higher speed over the course of the race, but the quicker vehicle gets to the finish line. First electric cars are capable of being quicker than gas powered cars, but there. Not yet capable of going faster, our zero to sixty scenario is a good example aghast. Lean cars do have a performance advantage. When those top speeds are being sustained for longer. Periods of time electric vehicles generate much more torque than gas vehicles, which is important because torque is what drives the vehicle forward. Furthermore, an electric cars. Motor eliminates the need for a traditional transmission. In many modern designs, the power goes straight to the wheels for instant acceleration, making Trich vehicles quicker on the start in a gas powered car the engine has to route the power I of the transmission. And then to the wheels of the components collectively known as the drive train or power train this process takes longer wasting crucial zero to sixty potential some of the power created by the engine usually about fifteen percent is also wasted traveling through the drive train known as drivetrain loss. If you're comparing an electric car and gas car with the same horsepower rating, the electric car is able to use a lot more. It's horsepower to that's. Because electric vehicles have fewer moving parts. So they're able to run more efficiently efficiency, isn't based strictly in terms of fuel consumption, the vehicle's speed and agility are affected to the instant torque and simplified powertrain are the two factors that enable an electric vehicle to take off from a stop much faster than a gas vehicle of comparable power specs. That's how tesla and other electric supercars achieve zero to sixty times of just two to three seconds for our metric friends, by the way, zero to sixty miles per hour is equivalent to about zero to ninety seven kilometers per hour. Tesla doesn't provide horsepower ratings but road and track used a machine called a Dinah monitor to test a top end two thousand seventeen model S P one hundred d with the ludicrous speed upgrade, they got a reading a five hundred eighty eight horsepower at the wheels which again is somewhat less than it would be rated if tested at the engine when Motor Trend road tested these same model without the upgrade in two thousand seventeen the magazine had never seen a zero to sixty run in less than two point three seconds. But the tesla came in at two point two seven five seconds, which at the time it made it the quickest stock production vehicle ever, however as Motor Trend explained if that tesla was racing against a Ferrari, LA Ferrari, a Porsche nine eighteen or McLaren p one those three gas powered supercars would catch up to the tesla and pull ahead within seconds. If a Ferrari or McLaren are a little outside your budget a gas powered car like the twenty nineteen dodge challenger s RT hell cat with it's eight hundred and forty horsepower. Supercharged six point two liter v. Eight engine boasts the top speed of two hundred and three miles per hour. That's about three hundred and twenty seven Commodores per hour and a zero to sixty time of three point four seconds. In terms of zero to sixty times electric cars currently have the big advantage. However, the electric vehicle industry is realizing that their cars need to sustain that performance over the long haul which leads us back to the transmission for all of the enthusiasms rounding trick vehicles, performance and officiency. Thanks to the absence of a traditional transmission. Some engineers are actually working on new transmission designs, specifically for electric cars. That's because the lack of one keeps the electric vehicles top speed slower than it. Otherwise would be a well-designed transmission, specifically foreign electric vehicle would act as a sort of intermediary to help manage the car's power delivery as well. As the battery range this would make it possible to drive at faster speeds for longer periods of time, while still wasting less energy. Generally the batteries on electric cars top out at about two hundred fifty to three hundred ten miles. That's four hundred five hundred kilometers. But an advanced transmission design could help extend that range. The key is to keep it simple interview. Meaning only enough to make the car as good at fast speeds as it is at low speeds. Today's episode was written by trees, three wet and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media, and how stuff works to learn more about this and lots of other driven topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. It's the Ron burgundy podcast. It's the Ron burgundy podcast. Guess what? I got up gas. And you don't guess what? 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"dinah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"dinah" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"How everyone tonight? Everyone's good. Thank you. Good. Yeah. I live by Mansfield moved up here a couple years ago, and by seem to pick up some energy is in the house. And our our five year old seems to be tuned in pretty well around the same time that she mentioned that there was a ghost visiting her one night. I felt my dog get off my bed, and it will be up, and I heard him walk over by the door and the door jiggled a little bit. And I woke up and looked around and my dog was still sleeping next to me. So I felt something off my bed and move across the room. So that was pretty interesting. I was curious if the ladies are familiar with pry babies bridge, find my Dinah crybabies bridge, Kathy Theresa. Well. We have we actually can tell you about several crybaby bridges. There is one in Medina. Are you talking about the one that's near hell town? Sorry broke up a little bit by what by hell town. That sounds familiar. Yeah. There is one reported by hell town. There's actually one reported out here near us probably fifteen miles from us. There's three down in southern Ohio. So crybaby bridge is a very legendary haunting that seems to be experienced in a lot of different areas of any given state. I was surprised when we did research to find out how many crybaby bridges there really are. So I think that crybaby bridge while it could have some facts attached to it many times is something that's a legend. And it always involves a woman and a baby and a drowning and crying that you hear in the night, and Theresa and I had some great stories about crybaby bridge. Okay. Let's go next. Thanks, chris. Appreciate your call. Let's go to Joe in Long Island, New York. Go ahead. Joe welcome to the program. Yeah. Hi, Teresa in Cathy. Have you noticed or heard of especially strange activity on the ocean FRANZ shorelines where the land meets the sea? You know, what that generate unusual activity and also to use ESPN ESP? To do things to try and conjure up the data ability that psychic ability. We definitely believe that that water shorelines that there is there seems to be some sort of energy that that could possibly pull spirits to it. Even in our book, we talk about it. There's a place in San Diego and in San Diego called the the Dow the del Coronado hotel, and there's a very famous goes they're called keep Morgan, and we cover that story in our book. And we think it has something to do maybe with the magnetic pole of the waves going in and out flowing water seems to generate energy, and for some reason, there's a correlation between paranormal energy and flowing water energy that energy that seems to keep movement going, rivers and streams and oceanfront seemed to have a lot of paranormal activity, and of course, think of all the stories you've heard about haunted lighthouses. I mean, there you go right there on the shore. And I don't think I've ever heard about a lighthouse that didn't have a ghost in it. So I definitely think that there's something to it. And. Just think how we look out in the ocean. And you think about how how mysterious huge and powerful. And if you've ever stood on the shore of the ocean and looked out. That's when you really feel small and looking up at the stars and staring out at the big ocean. And you feel insignificant and small and that energy is all around you. And I think that if there was ever a place for a paranormal energy to accumulate. It would definitely be around a water source and not a shoreline what haunted place, Kathy ins research. Would you like to visit that you haven't done that you? In my on. My bucket list are all of the ancient castles in Europe. Yes. So many stories so many haunting many different things that could really be interesting to experience and the best thing is in Europe, they kind of embrace their spirits. I mean, if you're castles national on it. I guess you're not cool. So that's that's my bucket list is castles in Europe. Yeah. I'm with Kathy there where we that's our dream is to go over in Europe and inexperienced some of the things there because we just like the history there. Everything is so much older over in Europe or over in any country, the United States is new country. And so, you know, we're dealing with three hundred years of history, and some countries are dealing with thousands of years of history, decades and centuries and centuries of history, but there are treasures right here in the United States for sure I would love to go out to Colorado. I'd love to go and visit the Stanley hotel. I would love to to visit Galveston Texas that's on my bucket list. And of course, Kathy and United talking. We want to go down to New Orleans to the mansion in Saint Louis. Oh, yeah. The length mansion was a story that was featured in America's most haunted first book came out, Kathy. And I spend a wonderful valentines weekend and the length mansions and had some amazing experiences. And they're talking about. Talk about tragic love stories and family ghost. That is a place that is said to be cursed by the length families seem to be a family with an unusual run of bad law. Several of them committed suicide in that mentioned to be sure we're gonna come back and take final calls in just a moment on Costa Costa, one of the perks of being a coast insider is that you can participate in our twice monthly live chat. Sessions or read the transcripts later. George Noory chance with insiders on the second.
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"Peace to you from peace Lutheran church in our Vata, Colorado. We thank you so much for listening to our broadcast. But there's a very important part of our worship service here at peace that use listeners are never able to participate in what does that part of the service? Let's listen his pastor Dave almond teaches us now. Here's pastor, Dave. But here's the story before. But I asked folks in the first service, do you? Remember this story, and they said, no, we really don't. And so I'm going to share it again. I shared about eight ten years ago. My son Benjamin played football for Lutheran high school, and we were at one particular game up in the mountains. He was a sophomore in high school. We knew their team was going to be really good his junior and senior year, but he was a sophomore lotta sophomores on the team. We knew that we're going to get beat pretty bad at this town up in the mountains that will remain anonymous. So the game is going on and the public address announcer was so ridiculous with his comments and annoying with what he had to say he was saying stuff like this in front of thousand fans were there that day. We're just beating the Lutheran kids saw badly. Look at our kids are just trouncing. The opposition Lutheran just didn't bring it today. And obviously we're on our a game and on and on and on he's going on like that the entire day finally got to the middle of the third quarter. And I could take it. No more. I had to stand up for my son and stand up for our team and from the top row of the bleachers. I said this. Dinah, come over there and take and slam it down your throat. Right. Then someone turned around and said pastor all men..
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"You know, I was going through a lot of shit with my own. Dinah, I had bacterial vaginal for almost a year. You know, it was just a it was a crazy time, and I couldn't get rid of it. Right. And so I knew what it felt like to be in that position. You know what I mean like in? So when I was gifted the formula in it worked, you know, in my mind, it was like, I was gifted my life's work. Like, it was like, I was you know, you can't be given something like you can't be mean in no judgment to anybody. That would not necessarily see that as the opportunity that I sat for visiting. It's a relative thing. But in my mind, being gifted something that was that powerful. I didn't I didn't really take that lightly. I felt like if. Could work for me than it could probably work for her. Right. Her being the women's race or whatever. Right. You know in. So I tested it on as many women as active fine for two years. I wouldn't launch until I knew the other people were getting the same type of experiences that I was getting and then I saw that they were in the -tunities Kane, but as going to read his hair show in in just what the hell list at big brother, literally got on my hand in easing. And the money never seriously. Yeah. Because it's hard. You know, it's hard for family to give the type of money to ask the friend that you'd never ask with four really for cash. Right. 'cause you 'cause you need it to start a business like they're giving you their hard earned money in order to to take a bet on something that you're doing may or may not work out. You know what I mean? Right. So yeah, I had to get on my hands and knees. Beg him to you know, to allow me to take some of his money and love takes money, man. Get into something that he knows really nothing about. But Brunner brothers is a hair show where you've ending there is that what you're. Yeah. Got the opportunity to have been there yet. As now. Let's let's pause for a second because you mentioned bacterial vaginal SIS. And I know most of my ladies listening, no about this. But I have some fellas have some fellas in the mix, and what that is is basically an over growth bacterial overgrowth in vagina, and it's so common. You know? People. Think wasn't women women are vaginas go through a lot of shit. And me, it could be just our diets not alkaline or you know, we're just not balanced enough. And all of a sudden, we we gotta figure out how to balance out the bacteria, or you know, sexual activity, and but it's not a sexual. It's not a transmitted disease. But just like, you know, there's so much stuff that you have to balance to make sure you have the right mix of bacteria in in your good. He's so you were dealing with this. And I'm sure you were consulting pharmaceuticals to right because when you have this doctor's like, here's some Roddick's. Was that helpful con metronidazole? Lateral beer. Yeah. Do finish your question. Now, what is it about the the I guess the pharmaceuticals that were your body was it rejecting that? Like, why is it that you then had to think through this solution? Something different one thing that you need to remember is that drugs are smart mine, and in the the more important thing that you need to remember is that your body is smarter..
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"Nancy Wilson the Grammy winning song stylist and singer, whose polished pop jazz, vocals bathe. Her a platinum artist and top concert performer has died Wilson who retired from touring in two thousand eleven died after a long illness at her home in cal- in a California desert community near Joshua tree. Her manager and publicist said she was eighty one years old influenced by Dinah, Washington, NAT king Cole another stars Wilson, covered everything from jazz standards. The little green apples and the song. How glad I am. You