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"don toll" Discussed on We're No Doctors
"It is amazing. How immobilizing that pain is like. Just getting in and out of the car, getting up from the couch to go to the bat like just. Like. It's also crazy because this was the week that I was going to start back on, like everything, like hitting the gym. Diet. I wanna lose, you know, like twenty five pounds for this project. That's coming up. And so I still have two and a half. Yeah. About two and a half months to lose it. Which which is no problem. Once I hit it like hard. And just stick to it. I'll be good. But God damn one unfortunate. I part of the year it's been. Started Kito started working out with my trainer and it was great. I lost like almost thirty pounds. And then, oh, hey, you got a joint kidney stone, we're going to go up your dick with a laser and leave a stent in there. So you can't go to the gym, and that puts me into a depression, which just makes me start eating. So for two weeks, I'm just eating like shit. Knocked going to the gym, and then my fucking mom falls and hurts herself. So I go out to riverside to help her out and I'm not like taking care of myself, so it's just more eating shit, and not exercising. And that's like to fuck in months. Next thing I know. Oh, god. Sorry. Next thing I know I've gained back. You know. Like half half that weight that I've lost. So finally, okay. Everything's back to normal pretty much. I'm the home, most of the time now and only going out to my mom's like one one day a week. This is going to be great. I can start back up Monday and Friday, I fucked up my back. Yeah, don't do anything for ten days. Fuck. Technically and I know this I can start the diet. I can just already start eating better, but it's. This kind of shit depresses me more. It's like don't move. Don't do anything just sit there. Pases for a second one second. Okay. I pause you guys. So I could finish the other half of that sandwich. But b I wanted to start maybe this is fine for you or people. I also wanted to see what I talked about on last week's podcast. So, yeah, that's my back issues. You know next week. Hopefully when I record, this podcast, we'll have been. Twelve thirteen days or something like that. So hopefully this will be fixed. Water. But I realized I didn't talk about this. I posted something on Instagram, the we're no doctors Instagram. I 's feels great. I posted that I was at the dentist's last Wednesday or Thursday. I think Wednesday. So the day after I recorded last week's podcast, so I definitely didn't talk about this. But I was back at the dentist. Like three trips in three weeks. It was tooth extraction. That I went in for the follow up to get the stitches out. And then I had a whole seasick dehydration trip. Which is what we talked about last week. And then. Last wednesday. I went in. Two cavities filled. Really going to town guys. I'm trying to get everything taken care of. I'm trying to practice what I preach. I realized, you know, I haven't been doing that super well, so. After I had the. Not after I had the tooth pulled. When I went in for the follow up two weeks ago. They're like everything looks great and I go, hey, can we just now schedule? I go, I need, I know I need some gum. My gums are fucked up and some Peiro, Don toll issues. I think it is. But like. That's going to be a whole ordeal. But I also had like two or three cavities and maybe even more like. Can we just start scheduling these cavities getting fixed because I don't want anymore. Root canals want anymore tooth extractions, I wanna preemptively take care of the shit. So she's like, yeah. Come in next Wednesday and so pass Wednesday. I'm went in and had to cavities filled right in right next to each other. I got a fucking say..
"don toll" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Men and women behind the wheel, get your membership started today by donning toll-free. It's eight hundred four four four five seven nine one. Let's see here. Looks like the FMCSA is moving forward. They're accepting applications for the pilot program to allow some military veterans and reservists who are under the age of twenty one to operate a commercial motor vehicle. Interstate commerce the announcement on Monday. The pilot program is open. Eligible candidates must be between eighteen and twenty years old. And possess the US military equipment of a commercial driver's license. Applicants must also be sponsored by a participating trucking company. The announcement from Elaine Chao in the news. Release yesterday said this program will help our veterans and reservist transition into good paying jobs while addressing the shortage of truck drivers in our country. I don't I don't know how many. Of, of these eighteen to twenty year olds are actually going to be out there, but. This was a pilot program created by a mandate in the fixing America's surface transportation act. It's expected to run for up to three years. During that time the safety records of the drivers will be compared to the records of a what they call a control group of drivers. While supportive of job opportunities for US military veterans, the owner operator independent drivers association. Urges caution. A wide is proud to have approximately fifty thousand military veterans members and we support government initiated programs that promote veterans entering the profession. No. We agree military experience often lends itself to a successful career within the industry. However, we have some reservations about lowering the age. To address a perceived driver shortage. Now a light of set of, of the shortcomings of the program. Will include the small sties small size of the study groups. And the slant toward the large carriers. And they also suggest the data from this pilot program should be evaluated by an independent third party. That's good idea. Previous research has shown most drivers under the age of twenty one lack. The general maturity skills and judgment that are necessary to handle commercial motor vehicles. Okay. Well, military experience may offset the scientific findings the structure of the proposed pilot programs gonna make it difficult to determine safety performance of under-21 veteran drivers compared with the rest of the industry. Now with that I remember devil docs call a couple of weeks ago. If at the age of eighteen you're allowed to join the military. Because that's how you become a member of the military right now. It's well, you don't have a draft. Everyone is volunteering, but you're going allow at the age of eighteen. To give them some training and of a weapon and send them to another country to fight in war. Why is it not okay for someone at the age of eighteen or nineteen to be out there driving a commercial vehicle? And that was that was his sentiment. And then, even the talk of like you brought up the fact that a couple of weeks ago, the discussion about raising the the legal aid to purchase cigarettes. To the age of twenty one. You're allowed to join the military, but you're not allowed to smoke a cigarette. Join the military. You're not allowed to drive a truck. We go. All right about ten before the hour. Very quiet on the phones this morning toll-free. It's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five. It is America's truck and network. Bluecross blueshield believe everyone should have access to healthcare, no matter who you are or where you live. That's why in every state are companies are working to improve health and expand access to care from training..
"don toll" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
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"don toll" Discussed on Don Talk
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This is actually being live streamed over, Don talk radio dot com. You know? And I keep saying this time and time and time and time again. But the goal is to set a certain time of every day or at least three out of the five days of the week. D-actually have this damn show air live. And. All right. So I'm gonna. I'm gonna give you a little. I'm gonna pull the curtain back a little bit so that can explain. I think I've probably I probably explain this before, but the problem I have. Has to do with well, couple of things it has to do with my household dynamic, and it has to do with the nature of my business. Now, the nature of my business is I'm an IT consultant. I'm I work on technology mainly PC's and networks and things like that. So at any time during the day, I mean, I don't. I don't go to a job and punch a clock or even go to a specific office and sit there for eight hours a day. I'm everywhere. There are weeks when I'm just here at the house, just waiting on something to break. And then there are weeks where I'm out in about like three or four different places at least two to three times during the week. Now what I have to work into all of that, and it's a little bit easier now than it than it was just a few weeks ago. But what I have to work into to all of that is. A half to take my wife to work at a certain time. And then I have to go get her at a certain time and her schedule for the longest time was set one way. And it really required that. I available. To take her to work by four o'clock and then go pick her out by. Eight thirty eight o'clock eight thirty somewhere in there. Within her schedule started changing, and she started eating to be there at twelve and then go pick her up at eight fifteen. And along with that up until just a couple of weeks ago I was also, I mean, we get up at seven o'clock every morning. I also was having to take my son Tyler to his job because he was still well. He hadn't taken his driver's test at that point because up until that point where he got the job, he really, we saw no need. Many kept the insurance on the cars low, which tell me that was a significant jump. The I got the Bill today. I think I was paying somewhere. Over the last couple of years. It has gone from eighty nine dollars a month. And granted we're covering two vehicles were covering two thousand three, four explore it out that has like sixty three thousand miles on it. And then we're covering a twenty thirteen Ford Focus, which is quickly catching up in mileage to to the explorer. And so we were paying about eighty nine dollars a month for full coverage, and it's been slowly creeping up to where it's it was over a hundred dollars like a hundred hundred, five hundred eight. Something like that. Fast forward to this Bill. I'm getting a little sidetracked here, but I wanted it just occurred to me fast track to the Bill that I received today. Now, my insurance agent told me that once I put my son on one of the vehicles and we put him on the Ford explorers, the primary driver that it was going to go up forty eight or so dollars Bill today. Hundred and seventy three damn dollars and some change. So there was a reason why we weren't in hellfire hurry d-actually get him to where he was a licensed driver, but having the job that he has now, it was kind of a requirement. So that changed it before he got his license. I was having to go. I was having to take him to work by eight thirty and I was having to pick him up around five o'clock. So you can see that I was on the road. At a little bit around eight o'clock in the morning. And then I had to work in if I had any clients with issues before took my wife to work by twelve, and then I had the afternoon to try to work on client issues and then go pick my son up at five and then go pick my wife up somewhere around eight o'clock, eight fifteen. Something like that. It's gotten a little better now because like I said, Tyler's now a licensed drivers, so he takes himself to work. Matter of fact, the plan is today he's actually gonna go by and pick his mother up because it is Thursday and she works swing shift like from twelve to five, which gives me an opportunity to come out here and be with you fund folks and just, you know, chew the fat as they used to say and talk about some things. One of the topics that we're going to concentrate on today is retailers disappearing, and do we care and on top of that, how does that affect the mall scene. So I said, all that say this and you probably bored to tears by now, but that's the reason why I have not been able to pin down exactly win. I can go live in do this show because I still want to treat it like a radio style show where you can expect to tune in at a certain time, Monday through Friday or Monday through Thursday at whatever my stamina can can afford me. I mean, I am getting older. My wife tell you my stamina's, not what it used to be Heo, but. Where's my. Where's my. Yeah. Wow. Okay. So that's that's the reason why I've been hit or miss and just doing short little twenty minute episodes and putting them out on the feed and putting them out on patriot and sometimes the sacred to the reason why that you want to be a supporter on patriotic is this. If in win, I do the show and it has breaks in the middle with ads or what have you in the patriot feed. Those are cut out. I also go through the effort of tightening up the episode because I know there are a lot of people that listen to podcast in light. One point, two one point, three one point, five hell even to Expedia because they just want to get the content and they got a lot of shit. They gotta do that day. Maybe they got a, I don't know a crap ton of podcast that they wanna listen to. So I go through the effort of tightening it up. And what I mean by that is I don't speed it up. But if there are pauses where I don't know, scratching my head scratching my ass trying to figure out what it is that that I wanna say. Next, those are automatically cut out in condensed down. So you get a much shorter tighter, concise episode where you get nothing, but the content of the episode. That's what you get for being a supporter on patriotic a buck a month. That's all a mask and guys just above about a month. And I know this is the proverbial chicken before the eggs scenario, but the more support that I can get on patriarch in the more apt in an easier it will be for me to a lot more time to be able to do the show on a regular basis, maybe every day at a certain point of time for an hour or two or whatever. And you know that that's something like I said, it's the proverbial chick. Or the egg. I'm asking you for money so that I can do the show more of more on routine and something that you can count on. Now, if you're the type of person that really doesn't give two shits about listening to it live, then it's not really gonna matter to you. You're going to get it in the the standard podcast feed with all of the ads and none of the extraneous crap cut out. And if that's what you want, that's fun. You can always go over to Don talk radio dot com. And there's a player right there. And I usually have the last four or five episodes just just play in in random, twenty four, seven until I go live, which I've been take over the feed the livestream so that. Yeah, that's that's pulling the curtain back a little. Let me see how all of this actually operates. So today we are going to be talking about the disappearance of the retail market. Do we actually care and how is that affecting malls? Because. Something I discovered when I was doing some research about this is the fact that there's actually two lines of thinking here when it comes to are the malls dying. There is a a CNN report that was posted back in December of twenty seventeen that is stated America's malls or rotting away. The worst is yet to come for American shopping malls, but then oddly enough. In January of this year twenty eighteen. There is a Forbes article by Paula rosenbloom, who is countering that in saying that the rumors of the mall's demise are greatly exaggerated. Just look at Miami now. I don't know if we can just specifically look at one one major metropolitan area and and go, see the malls aren't dying, but it was. It was an interesting. Paradox if you will of. The statement that, yeah, it looks like the malls are dying. Versus no, they're not dying, but here's what's actually happening, that kind of thing. So that's what we're going to talk about today. And then then maybe. If Tom allows I wanna get to something that my wife is attempting to do as an experiment, and it deals with Facebook and her friends. So during the show at anytime if you want to away in on the conversation, you're more than welcome. You can call two two nine seven nine six four zero zero nine. Or you can text if you if you don't wanna talk. That's fine. Just shoot me a text. Same number two, nine seven, nine six, four zero zero. None. If you'd rather compose your thoughts in a more lengthy manner than Email, you can do Email d. t. r. at Don talkradio dot com. D. t. r. at Don talk radio dot com. So there you have it and that's what we'll be doing. We're going to take a short break and when we come back, we'll get into the meat of the first topic today about retail outlets.