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03:37 min | 2 months ago

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"You're listening to on air with Doug Janik toria hi let's get back at it here are over you that tries to jog his magazines the week of may eighteenth through the twenty second at number eight the relationship changes that are obvious by as the families getting into close the close confines I was talking to my daughter last night and her son on facetime which I do frequently he's going off the wall well some of these incentives just bounce and they go outside they play they put on a mask and they go on the drive when they go up and down the street and got a little tip this may be a little inside baseball yes some of the the recreation areas are are starting to open up you should tell Meghan because I guess you stick it in there before they should go to discuss our gardens it's open it it'll give him a lot of place to run around and okay you have to wear a mask though okay yep hi this is K. all right but what about relationship that the two of you your relationships with the men in your life has been enhances it stayed the same what sort of changes have you noticed and what have you noticed in your friends everybody holding on or is there some are there cracks here and there I feel like that I know is doing fine actually I think man yeah I have you know one friend who's had some complications but part is a general yeah for the part I think I think everyone's okay my one friend has a has it has a husband who is very AT T. he tell you that so I'm not talking out of school and she is a school teacher and she's got three kids so she's been trying to manage him because he's home and teaching her school her kids she teaches J. junior high middle school and and managing her three children so she's probably the one maybe the most from but otherwise I think everybody's doing okay for for us that means we don't have kids because everyone I got it home it's not you know it's a lot of pressure I can see miles bouncing off the walls in last couple of nights of our conversations yeah bouncing number seven this week let's throw this to you Victoria the technology changes that are taking place you have you follow this every week the top five items from the world of technologies they implies they it as they help us all live a better life supposedly so what's new with this being developed because of the of the virus well I think the biggest thing that everyone is seen is a good for most people working from home is that it you know zoom is is something that can be businesses can survive with people working from home and I think that's the largest lesson that we've learned from this so many businesses who thought that everyone needed to be physically in the building there are realizing they don't need to maybe have four floors of you know of an office building anymore maybe they could have won Florida people who can go in on chefs because everyone's working from home and it's working so I think that's the biggest technology news that we've had throughout the whole code that I know of is some businesses yes definitely working I know others as it is hurting the business because they can't work together and it's important for their particular business to work together but yeah thank you certainly I'm glad I don't know enough is building up to yeah that would have been down the major highways there for rent for a lease for sale all over the place and it's directly related to the virus I've next Mike Pompeii gets investigated number six on the story list twenty.

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02:26 min | 3 months ago

"doug janik" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Sponsored by Allergan you're listening to on air with Doug Janik toria right back into the fold here the charge you're able twentieth through the twenty fourth well what we're discussing Jennifer horn is here I'm Doug Stephan Victoria Q. and we're all on it number seven on the list is the psychology that's wrapped around trying to deal with this issue and what's happening to people who are losing everything I have no money you have Noam means I many people on unemployment now thirty million around the country and these were many people work week to week paycheck to paycheck you don't have any money okay where's the twelve hundred Bucks evincing driver Bucks yet anybody seen their drummer about yet we got our stimulus directly yeah last week whatever me I think you might I think you're probably on the the the written checklist right ratings haven't got one yet either I get my monthly suit as social security thing is a direct deposit I would have thought they would and I get my farm eighty nine dollar farm subsidies I kept everything going yeah fabulous yeah exactly so you can imagine though with the psychology of what happens to people and so I bring around I maybe the thread this through the conversation I'm beginning to think that this may be one of the great hoaxes of all time I've I've said it was an easy word oaks but one of the great that word because I just discounts the lives yeah it does and that's why I said I don't want you to think that we maybe not hoax but maybe one of the most ginned up reactions how bout yeah that's good the reaction has been appropriate in the places I'm sorry and we had a great yeah California LA but it got way over the damage the economic damage the psychological damage the physical damage look at the number of divorces good god I looked at the stat the other day how many people are getting like six percent of the the the the number of divorces his increased in terms of end of sheer numbers the the volume is up six percent now does seem like much but think about how many people are married six percent of the of the of the marriage forced a save I get a divorce wow that's that's pretty damning about marriage in.

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02:23 min | 3 months ago

"doug janik" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"You're listening to on air with Doug Janik toria right back into the fold here the charge you're able twentieth through the twenty fourth well what we're discussing Jennifer horn is here I'm Doug Stephan Victoria Q. and we're all on edge number seven on the list is the psychology that's wrapped around trying to deal with this issue and what's happening to people who are losing everything they have no money they've known means I many people on unemployment now thirty million around the country and these were many people work week to week paycheck to paycheck we don't have any money okay where's the twelve hundred Bucks haven't seen driver buckshot anybody seen their drummer about yet we got our stimulus directing it yeah last week whatever me I think it might I think you're probably on the the the written checklist right here waiting and got right either I get my monthly sue is so scary thing is a direct deposit I would have thought they would and I get my farm eighty nine dollar farm subsidies everything going yeah the farmer was fabulous yeah exactly so you can imagine though with the psychology of what happens to people and so I bring around I maybe the thread this through the conversation I'm beginning to think that this may be one of the great hoaxes of all time I've I've said it was going to use the word hoax but one of the great that word because I do see discounts the lives yeah it does and that's why I said I don't want you to think that we maybe not hoax but maybe one of the most ginned up reactions how bout them that's good the reaction has been appropriate in the places I'm sergeant major yes and can agree it yeah LA but it got way over but the damage the economic damage the psychological damage the physical damage look at the number of divorces good god I looked at the stat the other day how many people are getting like six percent of the the the number of divorces his increased in terms of of sheer numbers the the the volume is up six percent now does seem like much but think about how many people are married six percent of the of the of the marriage forced a save I get a divorce well that's that's pretty damning about marriage.

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01:40 min | 4 months ago

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"You're listening to on air with Doug Janik toria all right now is a public service the ladies been talking off the air about how to get booze drive through way I do wanna as in North Carolina I thank and I in Ohio I remember when we were in school there was a place you just drive through like the drive throughs now are you right your food at the at the local drive you can go and they'll just put the cake is a beer or whatever the bank here pickup truck yeah it's all that great okay can you get hard liquor that way that seems to be the question you're all wrestling with same as beer is that it there were wine I don't know if they're two different I know for restaurants are two different licenses you can either have a beer and wine license you can have a full yes are you order takeout can you order that's the question can you order now you wanna wind it have it delivered but for certain places they might have like a retail part of their license so that they can sell out stuff to my favorite is set and in Louisiana and probably in other states in the south to they they get around open container like you can drive through they have drive thru daiquiri stands Jan I don't know if you've ever been to one of these hilarious I need today literally put up a tiny piece of Scotch tape over the straw and it's considered a closed container yeah hi Ted before the are helpful Harry's here we are on the TV show here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been.

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01:51 min | 5 months ago

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"Doug Janik toria are we doing enough for a public health experience doing enough we've isolated the sick yep and quarantining contacts himself quarantines minimizing death so fully is the focus of just keeping people from getting sick but is it are we I'm looking around at all the stuff and asking myself the question as to whether or not action more action is needed and is what's appropriate to contain I mean how far do you go yeah hello closing down schools closing down Italy LA all the value they have the whole country's just closed up shop yep they're they're trying to control the spread of the disease and the specter of the of isolation of telling people that you can't go out the manager living in a big city the infections that are around some of the big cities and just say people you can't go anywhere your that will not work in New York City new you can tell new Yorkers that you can't go to brunch what he's just not gonna happen I know so in crowded places like that I mean I would think he'd think twice before you went out in them I will they don't think twice where you gonna long plane trip that sort of stuff no cruises no cruises no cruises just no actual refunding yesterday from an infectious disease specialist who said that flying isn't really as bad as you think the only person you really need to be worried about if you're flying is for the person sitting next to you who's actually coughing on you with the with the virus other than that you know don't do that that's is that that some you can't he turn up the radio to drown out the sounds of your squeaking brakes come on you know you're guilty if you're a caller industrial break or an RV as.

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03:50 min | 5 months ago

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"You're listening to on air with Doug Janik toria all right here we are at forty six and change after the I wanna sort of justice I like the stuff like this where it is so obvious that these this is two people in one body the this guy's a big Major League Baseball player named Madison Bumgarner you know who is place so there is a number back okay so this past weekend apparently he was recognized on the rodeo circuit nobody paid much January you get the hats on you can't really see who's under that but there was a story about him competing as a rodeo Roper and performer as masons Saunders which is apparently a combination of his in somebody in his family and his wife though his wife's maiden name whatever it is but I thought it was kind of interesting as that he would go to such lengths are there a lot of people have been the baseball players or football players that have also played another sport but for whatever the reason he didn't maybe it's his insurance is much anything else okay these teams carry a lot of insurance on these guys and he's a three time World Series champion anyway I'm I'm now that his covers been blown I wonder if his team is gonna tell America yes yeah yeah the the the dangerous stuff dangerous stuff anyway so let's get kind of a cute thing the settlement of these opioid cases that we've been talking about off and on the opioid album is the number of people are suffering because they got hooked on opioids so now we had what five six months ago there was an announcement of a settlement with the the drug companies that have been responsible for all of this stuff and because there's so many lawsuits the fact is that the money though drug companies will pay to compensate people and communities is going to be far less much less than what was completely there was earlier on I envision lawyers on all sides have been stepping up efforts to reach an agreement before the start of a trial next month in New York bringing all these companies together the plaintiffs lawyers now believe the payout from dozens of opioid makers and distributors and retailers will be half of what the big tobacco companies agreed to pay twenty years ago in the settlement that went to people who were sick because they smoke this is much worse than that the settlement in nineteen ninety eight was two hundred six billion dollars that they paid out and so this final amount is supposedly half of that of building one hundred billion dollars how many people's lives when it's like seventy thousand or so many people have been dying of opioid poisoning in the last four five years is that it's in the tens of thousands is that yeah for sure I don't know I I didn't you know I think these these companies get away with so much you know the Sackler family who there is value pharma Purdue pharma yet they they're all in New York and and they've been just siphoning money it in by the billions out of the company so that they wouldn't have to pay anybody else whose lives they basically manufactured to re Roland road yeah so it I don't know it's it's pathetic it right I know who has a seat at the table here lawyers now they get away with all the stuff I read and really want to know how they get away with it because it is an outrage it's a ten before the hour here on.

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01:37 min | 5 months ago

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"You're listening to on air with Doug Janik toria no surprise here the city of Chicago is the most corrupt city according to a new study it remains a blight on the state of Illinois and the country report based on an analysis of public corruption stats this on the heels of lego a rich time since two thousand and seven that there hasn't been an Illinois governor in prison yeah really right to the governor the bald guy went before the grave it's did yeah I remember him yeah rates a winning maybe they're making a turn around even though the non governors sweating over the last year had a total of seventeen hundred fifty public corruption convictions Los Angeles had fifteen forty seven Jennifer New York had thirteen hundred sixty at Illinois remains the third most corrupt states let's see here I'm looking at all this stuff is not higher than Illinois I would do is but well California I think is there in terms of the whole state don't leave out Rhode Island that's my favorite that's the little engine that could that's all my gosh I love I love stories of corruption corruption is good it's actually like it's not good but it's fun to hear about absent in the on that road island corruption is like it's like watching the housewives it you know it's terrible but it's still entertaining like moderate and everybody who's in who's correct the name into the vial it's.

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02:28 min | 7 months ago

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"On air with Doug Janik toria want to bring you up to date on his most of you know Jennifer you know how serious I am about my physical fitness and when I'm in Los Santos the winter time I really on the farm I don't really have to worry about it too much because they get plenty of exercise but this is a different time of year a different focus I'm more focused on what about how I hold my body together so I'm now looking around at the James I've gone to the why I like the why but I don't like a lot of people trying to sort of focus on me in being not around lots of people SO if you're like me then he gets here if you look at the fine print you negotiate a little bit that's what I found if you're going to a gym well the first thing is if you're really serious good if you want then why bother most it's really amazing is that I saw of focus on fitness one of the social networks and it says the people who joined the gym January first a likely to abandon their fitness goals by January seventeenth it's the absolute truth I told you I work in a building that shares a parking lot with the equinox gym which is not cheap by the way for people who join that read it literally it will start it was okay yesterday but it'll start Monday and it will go for about two weeks and then it'll drop off to get it is it is like clockwork every year I've noticed this it's so funny planet fitness eighteen hundred locations in the United States they have a ten dollar monthly fee for membership no commitment etcetera etcetera etcetera the warning however is you can you have to sign up for something that then because twenty two ninety nine a month if you don't cancel it that K. as I'm saying look at the fine print on the contract there are a lot of people in law offices that are looking there at some of these things because they're really some of these gyms are just scurrilous in what they do because they know that the people are not going to come in they gonna grab you for a year and you're gonna be gone a week yeah and that you can sign up and save money commit to the year now a great don't let yourself don't even go to a place if even if you're serious and where you can't cancel I would say that would be what I've learned you gotta be able to cancel get out when you want to get out so there word to the wise hopefully sufficient twenty one after.

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03:24 min | 8 months ago

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"You're listening to on air with Doug Janik toria so I'm trying to figure out what run the said the senator Romney from Utah former presidential candidate used to be governor of Massachusetts he gets around he has said he didn't think there was a conspiracy with Ukraine interfering in our election so does that mean he thinks the Russians where the wild it messed with the election there is that what is this mean there are people who think Russia and if Russia interfered in the election and they're people who think Ukraine interfered in the election and there are people who think both interfered in the election and I think the people who think both interfered in the collection are probably right it all this conversation got started because senator Kennedy from Louisiana came out and said that he knew that Ukraine interfered in the election and people started taking him to task and tearing up stand there is no evidence Ukraine interfered in the election back in twenty sixteen so Ronnie was asked about it and he made the comment he didn't know about interference the truth is there was interference it because Ukraine actually turned over information to try to nail Paul mana Ford who was the campaign manager for trump at the time to get him out of the way to make things a little bit easier for Hillary Clinton so they thought by casting that the trump campaign into turmoil but they realize that the trump campaign strives to right well I was spoiled when they realize the turmoil the name of the game baby yeah so yeah so I it there is the sad thing is that everybody's got to take it everybody believes it to be fact you just really have to follow all these little pieces of story lines that I've been coming out over the last couple of years before you can develop what a big picture of what really happened all right so what really is the end goal of the administration asking the Supreme Court to lift the lower court order preventing executions of federal inmates what are we gaining or losing Guzzi speaking to here I want to get people off death row I guess and start executions again but we've seen so many times how many people have been had their convictions overturned because writing an essay I think this is a dangerous thing that we're moving towards but William Barr the Attorney General he's been pushing for it why would what's the right way he might like I'm saying I don't see I don't know where they are a lot of people who were sentenced to the death penalty and then they just sit and they wait and they wait and they wait and they win a lot of those people have been exonerated the other waiting and a lot of those people never actually got the punishment that was sold out for some of the horror rific crimes that they committed like Richard Ramirez who just died in prison awaiting to be executed swiftly as this is not a factor anymore twenty one after the hour your home of the docks news talk five ninety K. U. G. N. test you try to break your will however well I'll just get however many cheese puffs may fly you're the driver the one in control stand for just wait for and move only when you hear the click that says they're buckled in for the drive never give up until they the next question is what.

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01:42 min | 11 months ago

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"Your listening to on air with Doug Janik toria. you know before I leave we all leave this conversation I saw something that I thought was interesting Jennifer the state of California going to require abortion bush bills but with him what are they requiring or my missing is some new requirement that the pills be available to all students. that morning morning I plan to be here. yeah yeah really is that a good idea or not there over the counter in every place now anyway I mean I guess it it doesn't matter I take more issue a less issue with college campuses more issue with what California is doing at the at the high school even grade school level let level by put allowing Planned Parenthood sponsor the schools essentially and putting their number on a student ID cards I think that's a step too far but once you're in college campuses in adults you're going to have access to a lot of this stuff anyway so I think it's hard to argue with what adults have access to so yeah. but back to the business about education and parents taking a role that's important I mean we all talk about the parents having an ABC into the birds the bees conversation I never nobody random birds and bees conversation with me and when I started. when I started having my son he looked at me and he was about twelve years old he said that I know all that stuff that is so in a bit did legally she need to take the initiative one way or another because find out one way or another ten before the hour food for thought.

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02:54 min | 1 year ago

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"You're listening to on air with Doug Janik toria JB program okay so we all know that they're there if there's trouble in paragraph in paradise here travel issues travel warnings issued now the United States it seems to me is a haven are always has been a haven for people to come to the left of vacation here they want to come visit they inspire living here I was interesting that Venezuela and Uruguay are among the First Nations to warn their citizens about the risks of traveling it is kind of a joke but then again it's not really kill their Venezuela yeah it is you're going but that's just a political you know the right cut off their funding so that's their right there retaliation but the Japanese consul in Detroit also had something to say to Japanese residents be careful because a lot of gunfire incidents in the United States Canada and Ireland warning their citizens of the number of shootings in our country Germany warning of increased risk of politically motivated violence in America Italy warning a periodic Sirius firearms incidents in America in England they mention the threat of terrorist attacks over here in New Zealand and advisory for travel to the U. S. has since last year actually sending number mass shootings like the Las Vegas shooting Santa Fe shooting at Texas shooting so this is hurting tourism in its founder terrorism all this stuff I have nothing else motivates us to do something about it maybe that's is a crab so you can get but I think it's very interesting how I don't remember I really am Amnesty International is as people around the world should exercise caution when you travel anywhere in the United States wow that's it and that's the first time that they've ever ever made a statement like that so yeah it's well it's just you know I think that we live in we're in a bubble and we're all you know I think everyone's on edge and it across the country and we don't realize we sometimes forget how the rest of the world perceives us when there's a lot of us make living all of them well with the world but for ever some of it is but but forever though the rest of the world especially Europe thinks of America's just guns yeah and that's you know that's spent my entire life going to visit my family in England Ireland and France that's what everybody just things America's got all the guns everybody has a gun that's what they think of us that everyone you add on issuing a travel warning for Hong Kong following all the violence there that that was interesting things that's going to hurt their tourism even more absolutely because there are gonna be sticking a big hit because of that yep and there are to be getting close to the to figure out a fix the problem either as there have been warnings from Australia the UK Ireland chat Japan Singapore don't go traveling there just a home and enjoy yourself ten before.

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03:25 min | 1 year ago

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"Your listening to on air with Doug Janik toria so the question does video the games that people young people play does that trigger violent behavior there have been studies that have been done and certainly now after what happened in el Paso what happened in Ohio once again this says service this argument I think it does there are those people who represent you can expect this but there is not right this up is because there's an association call the entertainment software association the biggest video game trade group and they say there's no connection between video well it's it's become its new cigarette smoking it's a new cigarette companies all there's no connection between smoking cigarettes and cancer no news service is now the new one no connection joke background checks do they work to prevent violent crime is research indicates that they need to be accompanied by a more comprehensive set of reforms that is note from the gun control research center here is in California I don't think that's his best friend either video games are component and background checks are yeah I was gonna come on it is a whole bunch of things you put him together it's a very new wants thing I feel like people are trying to find one solution to the problem and it's obviously I know lots of people who play video games were perfectly normal and they have a very normal social life and go out the staff and so obviously all video games don't make everyone violent but it probably makes some people and so I don't know there needs to be yeah my background yeah you know any girls in your circle and have played video games cara or Victoria maybe yeah sure yeah I think yeah I think there are plenty of violent video games Tyron islands no girls now yeah I chose this part of the toxic masculinity that is being discussed the girls do not play these games and boys do I just think women are probably more versed to violence than men and I think they're just not made as much for them I mean so many these island video games also have like women who are half naked and see out and I think women are just not into that as much yeah I don't know yeah comments on reality here on the DJB show twenty one after the hour the local news station newstalk five ninety K. U. G. N. when they arrived at the sheds a kind of women you rub it into shouting and boring my thought was right the strikers were more organized than ever they carried signs that said when he got a strike they were yelling help us get our children when it's been on since other menacing faces she wanted to run she wanted to tell them that her mother was sick she had to pay the bills then maybe they'd understand what he needed her job not matter strikers only listen do you agree with them when the guard wasn't looking one of the strikers picked up a rock and threw it barely missing a woman's head his finances heart was beating wildly as she and the women took their place.

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04:41 min | 1 year ago

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"To on air with Doug Janik toria technical problem with the lady's gonna give us some summer beauty tips so we'll figure that out and that'll be something we look forward to for ten a lot of things here are things you look forward to there is a fellow that I've I've you help me with this alright ladies generator teria help me with this fellow who runs a big coffee roaster company name Todd Carmichael they're headquartered in Philadelphia offered to give a school district the Wyoming valley school district twenty two thousand dollars in lunch money because there were a lot of students who couldn't pay for lunches out this right and the school districts told him to get lost I am a case to add I'm as confused as you are I don't understand why they did that have a mere they says the school district did you say in Pennsylvania yeah they were threatening to take the kids away from the parents if they didn't pay their to right now without the stir yeah that was that the store actually came to be so crazy yeah so this guy offered is a good guy to pay for the lunch so these kids wouldn't have problems at home and at the school and the school said the letter in the offer was over the top and a mistake they're trying to figure out how to get repaid but they don't think this guy and his offer is appropriate I don't I don't and begin to understand how some of these people in these public positions where they even how they get what they teach these people go to administrative school you know there are a lot of colleges that have main Corey you have it is a major at school administration and so what do I mean I think the bed that's one of the real problems with the educational system in our country today the people who run it a lot of my show boats a lot of them are people that don't have any common sense whatsoever coming up there's a but there's this whole culture of a thinking at that doesn't seem to be in compliance with what anybody have any common sense thanks the what why would you not want to have this thing taken care by somebody just offered you some nice now we can't let you do that yep we want to take away your kids instead for a twenty dollar lunch tab right exactly Boeing this is a sink you make talk or draining the swamp this is a this is really a sinkhole they're stopping production of all seven thirty sevens they've got hundreds of them now sitting on the tarmac outside of two of their plants and because they can't fly him they can't deliver on it because they you can't deliver and they have no place to put on so they are they've been building them a little at a time but now they've stopped building them all together they say well now we're looking at the fourth quarter maybe by then we'll get approval to fly the plane again I and what are they thinking what in the world I is there a lot of people who think and as I said the pilots at American it really kinda led the charge on this the company has in but they've been told by the pilots union that nobody's gonna fly these planes so Americans is okay we got twenty four now and we got another hundred on order what we're gonna do and Boeing has Tony what to learn and then to twenty four hundred orders for these things and now people that are that have said well let's converted to the old seven let's just go go back to making the old seven thirty sevens and we'll take those they can they are the same thing but newer engines others don't have the software Boeing still working on the fix says it won't be able to present a fix until the earliest at the end of September or October which would mean certification would come late in the year or re certification and they certified the plane themselves the feds didn't which is another operating problem now the people that make these planes they are basically supervising themselves and so the the FAA isn't our has and now they have to get back in on the act as well they should they should never been either the act I mean there's some things you expect from government even though they do a lousy job with a lot of stuff don't you expect as a citizen paying your taxes that somebody is overseeing this stuff just to make sure give it a stamp of approval absolutely you company itself come on yep ten before the hour in the DJB.

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

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"You're listening to on air with Doug Janik toria can somebody please tell me why someone would be motivated to bring in gasoline into a animated studio in Japan and burn the place to the ground I think in asking the same question yeah yeah but is that somebody was in there's thirty three people are dead and this thing and seventy but I guess I heard this is and again that they did find the guy who did it but he was yelling out in Japanese die die die as he blew the place up is not a current employee not a former employee and this is maybe you didn't like how the I don't know maybe one of his graphic novels was was designed there and he didn't like how the story when or something you never know people are crazy they are if the Japanese anime studio so who knows maybe something that they put out that he didn't like mount was the last that dog with Iowa dogs you see then no I didn't see it but I didn't hear this is an interesting concept you imagine if we blew up every movie studio we did the first use of yeah right a lot yeah I do well blowing up anything that you don't like think about that why is it people are motivated to do these crazy I mean we think about all about ten seconds yeah exactly yeah ten before the hour five time here on the DJB program.

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02:01 min | 1 year ago

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"To on air with Doug Janik toria can somebody please tell me why someone would be motivated to bring in gasoline into a animated studio in Japan and burn the place to the ground I think in asking the same question yeah but is that somebody was in there's thirty three people are dead and this thing and seventy I guess heard this is and again that they did find the guy who did it but he was yelling out in Japanese die die die as he blew the place up is not a current employee not a former employee and this is maybe he didn't like how the I don't know maybe one of his graphic novels was was designed there and he didn't like how the story when or something you never know people are crazy they are if the Japanese anime studio so who knows maybe something that they put out that he didn't like mount was the last that dog with Iowa dogs you see then no I didn't see it but I didn't hear this is an interesting concept you imagine if we blew up every movie studio we did first use of yeah right like yeah I DO out blowing up anything that you don't like think about that why is it people are motivated to do these crazy I mean waiting your arrival at about ten seconds yeah exactly yeah ten before the hour five time here on the DJB program news talk five ninety K. U. G. N. whether your computer expert or someone who's never touched a computer for your life you'll love listening to Kim commando Sunday mornings at ten on K. U. G. S. news talk five ninety.

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"doug janik" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

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"doug janik" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

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04:37 min | 1 year ago

"doug janik" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"To on air with Doug Janik toria maybe that's one of those songs that you can't get away from once you start singing it right in the navy you all of you singing to yourself during the breakers I the only one in five no we were just you wait wait well a lot and the president a federal appeals court has blocked a lawsuit against president trump filed by two hundred congressional Democrats those couple years ago it was not yet twenty seventeen court of appeals in the fourth circuit issued a unanimous decision the three judge panel said the attorneys didn't have legal standing to bring suit against president which the suit alleges that he violated the constitution's far in what because Emelia mall a monuments LL you haven't been hearing about this now okay when it comes to drop by and paid into the news because usually is in the news is usually so it's taken a shot at him so this is this is news to me that provision says the government official can't accept payments from foreign governments are agents the specific complaints against the president receiving payments from foreign governments to stay in his hotel you haven't heard about this really this is ideally I mean I heard about this year is of no no I heard about I just didn't hear the Farney mall you ins or whatever on all the menus whether they use English at the far end no good gas is part of the constitution if the arguments clause because they're over rated as we know of the judge's decision blocks dozens of subpoenas issued to government agencies the president's business enterprise what they think the guy's going out of business because he's president and I was supposed to put everything in thruster well yeah post to but that that was where this all came from yeah this is a win for him for sure I I don't know what they can do next if they if they're going to go back and try another round of appeals I don't know I think it is difficult thing to prove anyway you know right yep yep yep all right so here's the next win this federal appeals court ruling the president cannot block critics of his Twitter account I guess is is no in so much for him as it is for the people like take shots at him judges upheld an earlier ruling that decided that add real Donald Trump that account is a designated public forum so if you use this private account instead of that one that is the right account yeah that is private account and then potus is the other one that basically just re tweets whatever he tweets from his private account right okay so if that's the case then and it's his private account why can't he block because either public official and he's and he's talking about private no no no that's not it works that that read the rest of the copy it's because he's a he's talking about public policy on it and that makes it fair game as a public official in here the copies is only a from a point of view if I had a car but I I've I have not found yeah okay my Twitter account is at Doug Stephan I can't say Kerr is a pain in the neck on it without having some well retort because you're not a hand out the elected official that probably gets into when you're elected office and you're talking about policy issues and privacy as well now and it it's not alley private it's a pile exams because you Cortez also at the same thing because she was blocking people on her Twitter and she just got into trouble for a P. eyes that she's not allowed to block either so all right well then just fair play not just him it's now anybody's darted with him and now it's the turn about so they just mostly applied to politicians our lives celebrity homes number as the list along of people that trump is blocked yeah no no so now I don't have anybody else who might want to block a you can private says yes you can if you're a medically elected official you let in on the lock yeah that's the thing and that's constitutionally proven I guess apparently writers this call I don't have Twitter is in the constitution no that's the point I mean words we did have airports during the revolutionary war by we did not have Twitter twenty one after the hour news talk five ninety K. U. G. N. twenty.

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