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"doug stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

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02:06 min | 1 year ago

"doug stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"All right. We have a couple of more quickly. Visits here. One of the things I just wanted to mention with regard to covid and the mandate. Um, if you take a student loan, you're going to have to have a shot. If you're going to buy government supported housing, you're going to have to take a shot. And that's really Yeah. It's kind of over the top. Frankly, I'm taking his tequila. There you go. All right, Sam. You may be drinking a lot. The situation in California I want to touch this for a minute. Jennifer. Larry Elder versus Gavin Newsom, and this is the weekend before that election on Tuesday. Where is it what's going on in the last few hours here? While the polling indicates that Gavin's doing a lot better and that it was really close within the error, the margin of error But now Looks like he's up about eight points in the polls, very jumping in cause that basically because they used him as a lightning rod. Um well, Some people say that other people think that it actually tightened up because he did jump in the race, so it really depends on what you're looking at. But I think what you do is you have to watch Gavin Newsom. I don't know about the polls so much because the polls have been all over the place. But you watch him and he's been named checking Larry Elder a lot. I don't think you would do that if he wasn't worried about him, and he's been bringing the big guns to town. Elizabeth Warren Amy Klobuchar Kamala Harris was in town this week. Joe Biden You'll be here the day before Election Day. I'm from Massachusetts. Elizabeth Warren is a lot bigger shot out in California. Then she has a message exactly Right, And I'll tell you what they made it all about a 17. This is why I think they're missing the boat. They're missing the boat because it's about California. It's not about the Senate seat. But yet they're making it about the potential of Dianne Feinstein going down and someone else appointing someone to fill her position. Yeah, that shows you the real The true colors. If you will of these people in 100 State State residents. Yeah, of course. It was a politician or it's a numbers game. Then they are helping the people that they're supposed to be serving, and that's what's so outrageous about this. All right, ladies. Thank you. Jennifer Horan and Victoria Keelan. Jay Kershner here with Doug Stephan on the D. J. B overview. What's going on the world? The news talk radio 10 before the hour. I'm always in.

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Doug Stephan

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

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Tahoe Families Flee the Caldor Fire as Firefighters Continue to Battle the Blaze

Doug Stephan

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Tahoe Families Flee the Caldor Fire as Firefighters Continue to Battle the Blaze

Leaded Petrol Era 'Officially Over' as Algeria Ends Pump Sales

Doug Stephan

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Leaded Petrol Era 'Officially Over' as Algeria Ends Pump Sales

"Are old enough to remember leaded gasoline. It's been banned in the U. S since 1996. But the last of it has just now disappeared. Gasoline liquid powder on millions of automobiles everywhere. The environment program reports that Algeria has finally used up its stockpile of the last in the world supply of leaded gasoline. Lead was used for generations to boost power and pep. Now be text. An oil refining product is used or at the All the U. N estimates phasing out the toxic metal in fuel has prevented over a million early deaths and saved tons of money and medical costs. There's also a study suggesting it helped cut crime rates.

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AEG Will Require Proof of Vaccination for Concertgoers, Staff at All U.S. Venues

Doug Stephan

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

AEG Will Require Proof of Vaccination for Concertgoers, Staff at All U.S. Venues

"You're planning on seeing Carrie Underwood later this year at the brand New Resorts world in Las Vegas, you're going to have to be vaccinated. Egg, which runs the Resorts World Theatre and is the second largest live event company in the country, says it will require all ticket holders to show proof of vaccination before entering its venues that will start October. 1st. It's a step further than the largest company in the US Live nation, which said this week it's up to the artist to decide if audiences should be vaccinated or have a negative covid test. To rock out it shows. The news comes as several artists and festivals are canceling dates through the end of the

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Jamie Lee Curtis Reveals Her 25-Year-Old Child Is Transgender

Doug Stephan

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Jamie Lee Curtis Reveals Her 25-Year-Old Child Is Transgender

"Jamie Lee Curtis as an announcement. What's the scoop? She did the cover for an AARP magazine. Coming up the August September issue and the cover story. She discussed her life. Her husband, her two kids, Her oldest daughter, 34, year Old Annie, and Her 25 year old daughter, Ruby, who was born her son and is now transgender daughter. Uh, how do they feel about that? She seems to be here out. Yeah, And she said that she and her husband have watched in wonder and pride as our son became our daughter,

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Court Grants Britney Spears the Right to Hire Her Own Lawyer

Doug Stephan

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Court Grants Britney Spears the Right to Hire Her Own Lawyer

"In court for pop star Britney Spears as she continues to challenge the conservatorship that's ruled her life for several years, says ABC is Andrea Fuji. Britney Spears is celebrating in court Wednesday, The judge granted Spears request to hire her own lawyer in the fight to enter 13 year conservatorship controlled by her father. Celebrity attorney Matthew Rosengarten will now represent her

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Pope Francis Leads Sunday Prayer a Week After Surgery

Doug Stephan

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Pope Francis Leads Sunday Prayer a Week After Surgery

"From the hospital balcony in Rome. Nearly a week after major intestinal surgery. Pope Francis delivering his Sunday blessing, smiling down on the crowd below cheers of Viva Il! Papa! Long live the pope! The pope looked well standing on his own his voice powerful. Gratitude, equality, thanking people for their prayers this week and calling for breed health care for all ABC is Maggie Ruli. In Rome, Major League Baseball announced that Tony nominee Christopher Jackson,

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Bill Cosby: Accusers Speak of Shock and Anger After Conviction Overturned

Doug Stephan

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Bill Cosby: Accusers Speak of Shock and Anger After Conviction Overturned

"doug stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"doug stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Business of news, talk the conversations on the air a lot of your favorite hosts, and they include as far as we're concerned, Jay Kershner. Korea. Keelin Jennifer Horn, the DJ veers. I'm Doug Stephan. So J looks like there's some interesting names that are trending here. People getting Hollywood Walk of Fame star status. I don't know that there's I don't know who Norman Reedus is. I know. Obviously Carrie Fisher, who else is on the list and who they had kids? Norman Reedus. Yeah, it's it's a big list. Norman Reedus is an actor. He's on the walking dead. He was. If you saw him, Doug, you would know who he is. He's been in a lot of movies. I think he was in one of the bond films. He's everywhere. Yeah. Boondocks saints. Um, I mean, yeah. So, uh Francis Ford Coppola has been inducted like you, said Doug Carrie Fisher. Several people in the Marvel cinematic universe, which personally I feel like it's too soon, you know, like you're you're kind of brand new. Jason Momoa. Tessa Thompson, Michael B. Jordan. They're all getting their own star Helen Hunt, Salma Hayak Macaulay Culkin getting their own stars as well as Willem Dafoe. Michael Strahan is going to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, So it's a pretty big list. DJ calidad easy, black eyed peas. He would play 3000 bucks in your end. Well, it's more than 3000. Now. It's more like 40,000. Probably, is it If you have the money, you can get a star. So Norman really nominated by somebody first, But haven't Carrie Fisher not have one until now. That's all right. My mind, right? Yeah. Yeah, and then other people are getting it like it just seems so quick. Tracy Ellis Ross and Keenan Thompson are also on the list of watering down. This guy always plays a dirtbag. Norman Reedus. From what I remember of. I'm looking at his face now. Yeah, he's always a dirtbag. All right, so even know what that means. But okay, all right, so, but other people, um there's other categories here, right? The people from the world of we've got motion picture and TV here. But well, um, this Macaulay Culkin gets one. William Defoe, right? These are all the people there again. Salma Hayak in the sports world, really on the right hand. Yeah. Yeah, and from TV Byron Allen, even though who Byron Allen is He's very He's a big producer, but he's not to visit He runs like networks and stuff. Yeah, former athlete, So I think, yeah, I think people do know all right, so maybe the birds will poop on Ricky Gervais, A's star on the He's getting one. All right. Let's see who else anybody else their own. Studios will pay for this because they want to. You know, they want to pay for it because they can create good buzz for upcoming projects and stuff like that. So yeah, like smart. That's a great example. She's killing it right now with hacks and she was in, uh, she played. You know, Kate Winslet's mom and mayor of East Town. And, Yeah, she's she's on fire right now, so that that totally makes sense. I think Martha Reeves getting one as long overdue or tell you that, so there's a lot of them. Where do they go? Jennifer? If they run out of space on one of the streets, you're not going to be in Sunland there coming all the way to mind over the hill. Uh huh. So I just It's interesting as to how they do them in doubles, now used to just be like one single street. Now they have them like doubles triples on Hollywood Boulevard. It's interesting the way they're just packing them in. It's also running the Patti LuPone is getting a star. Finally, she is she's Broadway royalty. If that was New York, she probably would have been one of the first stars. So that's kind of interesting. And then in radio the only one is Richard Blade. I listen to him all the time on serious He's great. Um, but, yeah, that's I don't know if anyone outside of serious knows him anymore. He was a huge Are you kidding? Oh, Is he all right? He's good. Hey, this is story that we talked about the D. J. V program of paddling principle. J. What's the update on this? Well, she was. The principal was reinstated prematurely before the Florida Department of Education finished finished their investigation and they did find probable cause for sanctions. So she will be heading getting hit with a fine, probably probation or suspension, maybe losing her teacher's license getting terminated paddle, too, because that would be really appropriate. That would be amazing on the six year old is still dealing with a lot of the physical and emotional fallout. Yeah, she's in therapy, and she's also in physical therapy because she's experiencing severe back pain. Hip pain. Why is this person even have a job? Why is this person not in jail? This.

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"doug stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

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05:11 min | 1 year ago

"doug stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Time for Jay Kershner to bring us up to date on what's trending We have Week two's winner. To announce and a couple of more trending stories. So what do we have in terms of winners? Let's talk about the winner first and out. You can be a winner this week, Jay Ricky Slur is the winner this sweet or last week to winner I should say, Yeah, Yeah, so that's pretty exciting. He comes from smoking in Washington. He entered himself because, as he said his daughter is a little bit too young to be using Facebook. So he gets a nitro 40 volts circular saw and a 1600 per square inch electric pressure washer from works as part of the Father's Day Price Pack, and the Week three and Final week contest begins today at 12 noon. All you have to do is tell us how You celebrated Father's Day last year and what's going to be different about your celebrations this year? And then the winner will be chosen by Doug Stephan himself will be a A all right, speaking of celebration, and there's a lobster. As we say here in New England on Cape Cod, a lot of stack Diver who had kind of a strange encounter. This was all over the local news. This was local news here. A humpback whale ate this guy. Yeah. Swallow them whole. He found himself in the mouth. Yeah, And this guy managed to get himself freed. Not having really any serious injuries, Just some bruises and a few squeal. They don't normally go after. Like sharks. Yeah, That's what he said. He thought it was a shark until everything went dark. And he didn't feel any pain. He realized he wasn't bit by anything. So he was like, Oh, this is a whale. And yet a lot of experts are saying this was clearly a mistake either. The whale was confused or something because they don't go after baby whales. Yeah, they said, Baby whales sometimes get confused because I guess he had the bubbles from his scuba. That would be the same kind of bubbles that away and put yourself in his position. Can you imagine even what it would be? It was all bruised up. Apparently he's capitalizing, though he already wants a movie made he's talking about like who he wants to play you. I mean, I don't know. I guess I think I don't know someone was telling me there was also something crazy that happened to this guy before. I don't know what it was. I need to read more into it. But I guess there was some other weird thing that happened to this guy. So Right? No, Maybe he ought to just stay out of the ocean for a while. Well, yeah, that's the thing. He wanted to get back in and get back to work as soon as possible. I would kind of be like, Mm. I might retire from this career. So what did he describe? It is like to be inside the mouth. Was he going down the throat of this? I mean, what? Where did he go in about 30 seconds. But 30 seconds, you know, seemed like a long time to him, he said he was all he could think about was two kids, and he thought it was going to die. And then he started make doing these motions that was kind of shaking the whale's head and then the whales surface and spit them out and the rest of his crew scooped him back up from the water. Yeah, I don't know if you can even put yourself in that position. Frankly, anyway, uh, it's okay. Whales, You know, they just kind of they go along the bottom and they just have their mouths open items attached to just suck everything. Yeah, so including diverse Right? Yeah. Sure, the critical race theory be taught in public schools. That's a question that we've asked. What are we getting for responses from our listeners on that on our social media there, Jay Susan Warren says No, The American dream is not white, black, brown or purple. If you work hard in America, you can be successful color has nothing to do with it. John Maskers that flies in the face of what we were talking about earlier. I don't believe that. That's the case, at least at the moment. Hopefully we get back to some kind of advanced. Um To be to an advanced maturity that allows us to look at people not as a person of race or color or religion. But most qualified. That's been the thing. I mean, I guess I'm a poly enter to think that way, but Yeah, we're really we're We're creating a situation which may be worse than original problem Anyway, Go ahead. What else? You got? One other kind, John Metzger says teaching kids to feel guilty that they are weight is not the way to go. Probably. That's what critical race theory is actually teaching. But that walk France, not but that's how something that some but well, but now you don't know what's going on every classroom. I think that there is some of the stuff that is being taught, and that's really these people are not in the classroom. Teaching it, though. That's what I'm saying. You read a headline. And that's the reaction that that white people are having to it without actually digging in deeper and knowing more well, here's the things of parents. Go ahead. J. Some parents want teachers to start wearing body cameras to prove that they are not teaching anything along these lines. Yes, this is something else that's been popping up. But there would anyone want to be a teacher today. Why would have a lot of friends to be a policeman? Why would you want to start and be a teacher today? All right, But there's a question 28 past the hour. Think O'Reilly auto parts for all of your car care needs were close, convenient and known for are guaranteed everyday low prices and excellent customer service for professional parts. People you can trust stop by your local O'Reilly auto parts today. O'Reilly Auto parts Better parts Better prices every day. Today's top automate a news story..

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"doug stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

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07:42 min | 1 year ago

"doug stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Around the clock. Have a cool thing that e. J. V program Doug Stephan with General one and Jake Kirshner Victoria off today. So I'm going to try to, um He Jennifer, contained with the double on Tanya's here. There is a cyber attack on the world's biggest meat processor. Which has for, uh Sort of a meat hat. Give him right now. Are you really good for you? Nine U. S beef plants are closed. Hold free production down to next to nothing. Pork plants owned by the Chinese. Shut down. Brazil is the The problem is the company that controls about a quarter of the world's beef supply is a Brazilian company. But they have influence all around the world, obviously, because The amount of beef that they produce. And so here we go again with another hack. And if you don't think This is going to affect you. How that people ask. How is this going to affect me? I guarantee you there within 24 hours, the cost of hamburger and steak will be a by a buck a pound. Right. That's where 100% no doubt. And when you go to a restaurant and order a big, thick, juicy steak, if you paid $12 for a last week, you'll pay $15 for this week. All right. So what's the story behind the story? Jennifer who's doing Is this the usual suspect or these are the usual, The Russian hackers are at it again. That's what they keep saying. But according to J B s, which is the largest companies globally? Yeah, they said they made significant progress to resolve the cyber attack. That have vast majority. Yeah, well, that's the question, and they have the vast majority their plans, they say operational by hopefully Wednesday. Their systems coming back online. They're not sparring and sparing any resource is to fight this threat. But it forced the cyber attack forced to shutdown of all of their beef plants, their facilities that account for almost a quarter of Americans supply of beef, according to an official. With the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union. And so every the country's going to see some disruption, according to this report. Now who's behind this? I don't know there is. Ah, they believe that it's the revolt. Hackers that operate in Russia. Um According Tol We saw settling this with it's obvious who's doing this while the soft pedal it allegedly using the reason people do things that we've all gotten those Nigerian bank schemes, right, right. The reason that they're coming is because somebody obviously has response for that calls about your the Social Security administration calling you all the time. Somebody obviously falls for folks so socially Mary Social Security administration doesn't call anybody. The guys working in the office don't even call their wives. So you got nothing to do with you. But this is the thing that I guess boggles me is that this seems to be kind of like the new normal Now we heard about the colonial pipeline. Now we've heard about the beef supply. This is very serious. And if we don't get this in hand, this is a huge threat. I mean, so often when we think about war Something about sending men to battle. But this is the new war that can be launched from somebody's basement sitting in Belarus. I mean, it's like it just We? I think we have to get on the same page and this is a criticism of the by an administration. But it would be a criticism no matter who was there. Yeah, the response from them with the colonial pipeline, saying that it's the private businesses decision Tiuna go she ate with these people are not Is not acceptable. I think there needs to be a hard line across the board statement that says we do not. Yeah, we do not negotiate with people. This is terrorism, holding back the beef supply in the United States that is terrorism holding back Gasoline and energy and causing gas lines. That is terrorism. We have zero tolerance for negotiating with terror, and we need to have a plan in place. When this happens to a company, we can say Here's what you do best practices. You do not pay the rent because obviously this company probably paid the ransom, which is why they're coming back online. We've got to stop doing that, because it's on Lee setting an example that this is what Americans do. And we're just gonna expect more of this. If that's the case, all right, so be prepared to pay more in the supermarket or the butcher shop or wherever you go. That's going to happen starting right now. Right. So let's see. But we were talking about the prize in West Virginia. The guns and stuff for getting a vaccine. If you looking around the country, those of you who are listening to Mexico. No. This story already. The rest of the country may not starting now. New Mexico is offering a huge cash prize for people who get vaccinated. Then somebody in Ohio in a million bucks already in the lottery there, think that the other day 2022. Yeah, right. Okay. So now the state of New Mexico is offering the largest single cash prize of any of the states. So listen up if you're vaccinated and a resident Register with Vax to the max portal in New Mexico. You can win 10 million bucks. About that five million first prize and then a bunch of prizes. There are a million dollars. So this beats the Ohio Thing by 10 Times, actually. So if you're you or your family members get vaccinated. You join the lottery, and there are like 55% of the Does it really say 51 in West Virginia? So it's better in Mexico. I guess Jennifer 55% are fully vaccinated. They want to get to 70% as quickly as possible. California has a lottery. What other states are having a lot of leeway. There's actually a cash prize you can get. It is easy there. You got a $250,000 prize. In various parts of the state as well as the statewide prize. So that kind of cash floating around there Vax to the max and m dot or g'kar. If you're into Mexico, I believe it. Can you come in from outside like and you come from his eyes everywhere in the world's most vaccinated person, All right, that's you know, that's a good question. What happens? If you get more than one shot What happens if you like I do silly stuff when I took all of the what movie Tre and solace and and Viagra will one day lead to a lot of crazy stuff. Yeah, but somebody's know if somebody wants me to go to jail because I had been in 25 years ago, doing the voting thing. All right. So now let's see what happens to you, though. I would like to know what happens to you. If you have let's say two shots of Fizer. Sounds like your new A bar. Two shots of Madonna, right and a shot of Johnson and Johnson. That's quite a cocktail. I wanna try mall. I feel like you might like glow in the dark. You think Stick to the refrigerator when you walk by it, not a good idea. The Vatican is out. The pope is Broadening the Catholic Church's definition of sexual abuse. Jennifer Specifying that adults. 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'Charlie Bit My Finger' YouTube Video Sells as NFT for Over $760k

Doug Stephan

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

'Charlie Bit My Finger' YouTube Video Sells as NFT for Over $760k

"Sold for six figures. Maybe sees Jason Nathan's in with the story video, Charlie bit my finger with viral on YouTube over a decade ago, in the minute long clip of the kid holding his finger chomping baby brother became the most viewed viral video of all time over 880 million views. Now it's been turned into an N F T and sold for $760,999, the family says. The original video will be taken off YouTube, making the N F T more valuable, and the parents say they'll use the cash to send Charlie's now 17 year old brother to college. Charlie, by the way, is now 15, Jason Nathan's and

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Ford Is Advancing Technology by Making Driver Assist Tech Standard

Doug Stephan

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Ford Is Advancing Technology by Making Driver Assist Tech Standard

"Of the art innovations and promoting its mainstream adoption of making fourth state of the art driver assistance, hands free technology standard on certain models, or as a relatively affordable option on others. The advanced new Driver assist feature will arrive first on the 2021 Ford F 1 50 Mustang Marquis models, The technology will be available. The third quarter of 2021 fired over the air update and from or what amount of tech news you

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Here Is Who Won at the Billboard Music Awards

Doug Stephan

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Here Is Who Won at the Billboard Music Awards

Ford Is Launching Tool That Uses AI To Help Make Cities Safer

Doug Stephan

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Ford Is Launching Tool That Uses AI To Help Make Cities Safer

"Automatic Tech story on Nick Miles in an effort to help make our streets safer forward is launching a new tool to eight cities using connected vehicle data and artificial intelligence to help build smart and safe transportation systems. Safety insights is away. Based software tool for transportation planners and engineers from Ford that synchronizes crash data from multiple sources and combines it

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Starbucks Considers Leaving Facebook Amid Deluge of Hateful Comments on Posts

Doug Stephan

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Starbucks Considers Leaving Facebook Amid Deluge of Hateful Comments on Posts

"Hitters mentioned. So at number five, Starbucks has is weighing the option of quitting Facebook over hateful comments. And so they're reportedly weighing whether or not to leave Facebook completely and forever over a slew of hateful comments that they've gotten in response to post on their platform. Buzzfeed obtained an internal Facebook discussion in which employees wrote that Starbucks may take may take down its Facebook page, which has more than 36 million followers, by the way, because the company is so frustrated by the negative comments they get when they post with regards to social issues or their mission and values at work. Whether it's black lives matter, or LGBT Q or sustainability, climate change. They get overwhelmed by negative and insensitive hate speech. So Starbucks has struggled to moderate these responses and their posts are now just they're unable to disable their comments on the page, which makes it really hard to hide any of this negativity. So if Starbucks pulls their Facebook page, that's I mean they're $135 billion company. They'd be among the largest companies to ever leave Facebook and Starbucks would be among the biggest into, including space X and Tesla, which Elon Musk removed from both of his companies from Facebook in 2018, so the companies have kept their instagram accounts active. Which is it alone Facebook, But they never went back to the

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04:08 min | 1 year ago

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"Right. If you were looking at the classified ads and wondered where to get your vaccine. I don't have to do that. Sooner or later, it'll be bootleg and somebody'll the eye of an extra supply of vaccine. You want to come over to my house and get a shot. One of the things problem anymore. I mean, they're closing the mass sites in California. For the most part, they are here to now, the drug stores and stuff for just giving during doctor's offices. So there's a there's a greater question here. With the state's lifting the covert rules and what's going on Looking back over the past year, and how consumer behaviors have changed have shifted. If you will. I guess it may be time Maybe it's a little early, but a time for us to reflect on what's happened. How have we changed? Look at how Facebook has changed in impact in our lives J and Amazon and Apple and the way we use the radio in the way we use podcasts and Zoom right, well, even talked about zoom before that. I don't know No one. Yeah, One of the things that troubles me is it's a Chinese company. But here we go again with that. I think it's time to get closer to where we're going. What people feel comfortable doing. I know that if you go to try to book in here flight anywhere you'll find It's pretty much the way it was a year and a half ago when you're lucky to find a seat, because even though they're adding trips and roots, you see that with all the major legacy airlines, they're adding trips to here, and they're mostly domestic, not international is not a lot of international trouble travel right now. That's why you see larger planes being used. From some of them hub points and an American is using. Ah, lot of the international fleet 7 70 Sevens toe. Bring people from New York to L. A. And Dallas to L, A. And Miami to L A because There. There my values him and s O. You know, you get a better ride, I guess Bottom line, but that's one of the things that's happened as a result of covert, but I You know, you think about what has how is it impacted as personally in generally speaking, the variance, I think or the other big thing at the moment, are they ladies really what people are wondering, Do I have a vaccine that's going to protect me against the variants? And Victor. You were talking about that long. And how long is the vaccine going to protect us? You know, we all I think everybody knows that we're going to need some sort of booster. And when does that run out? And so the latest data shows that visor at least 6 to 8 months after the second shot, you're still good and that it's actually 90% effective against the variance, which is really good news. Madonna is working already on their on their booster shot. Fizer seems to be taking a different approach. They're working on a pill, which I think would be a lot better than trying to get people to have another shot and lining up again and all that stuff. So, Yeah, I just hope that you know my my I don't like fear based thinking. I agree with you on that. But my concern is that I hope we don't hit. You know, September October, people still think they're covered when they're not, And then they're not getting The booster. And then we've got another surge and we're right back to where we were. Where are where we were back. You know, last fall. I hope that doesn't happen. Yep. Well, it's not attention around that for sure. And so we'll see. Kind of where it all shakes out our ladies. Thank you. That was good. Jake Kirshner Victoria, keeping General Horn with Doug Stephan from the D. J. V program. An overview of the list from Talkers magazine this week. It's 10 before the hour. Adopt us kids presents multiple choice parenting. You accidentally cut your daughter's bangs unevenly. Do you a line things up a centimeter from her hairline, man. Oh, man. Oh, man. Oh, man. Oh, man. Oh, no Sweat bands are so hot right now. Everyone's wearing them like that basketball player And that other basketball player be get spiritually..

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05:53 min | 1 year ago

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"Going to the same thing brought to you by Iraq and Afghanistan, Veterans of America and the Ad Council. Ranger station Ranger speaking Hi. I'd like to report a bear sighting location in the woods Just outside of town. Not surprising. You've got your home bears have theirs. Yeah, but see, this wasn't just any bear. This bear was wearing jeans and a hat as in Smokey Bear jeans and a half. That's definitely Smokey. What exactly did he have to say? Well, we were about to head home. You know, after having a bonfire can guess where this is going, Right? Right. See, Smokey told me the fire wasn't actually out, he said. If it's too hot to touch, it's too hot to leave. That's true. Did you know that nine out of 10 wild Fires are caused by humans. That means nine out of 10 wildfires can be prevented. Wow. No kidding. I'm a forest ranger. We never, kid. Sorry. That was a joke. 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She got a couple of billion dollars with the stock. And apparently, there was a relationship between Bill and Jeffrey Epstein. That's the latest wrinkle Victoria, isn't it? Well, the story that's coming out now that people are running with eyes that Melinda Gates was very much creeped out by Jeffrey Epstein. Why didn't like? Yeah, I didn't like him at all. She and and Bill stayed at their toe edge. Epstein's townhouse, the infamous townhouse in New York on the Upper East Side, and she said she just basically told Bill I don't want anything to do with this guy. This is just too creepy. The reason that Bill later on had explained it. You know when all this went down with Epstein in 2011 the first case The reason that Epstein and Bill Gates had met was because Bill was doing fundraising for his his charity and of the Bill gates of the Gates Foundation or whatever they call it. And so someone had said to him. Oh, you need to meet Jeffrey Epstein. He's big in philanthropy and raises a lot of money, and he knows a lot of powerful people. That's where the connection came from. And so on. And then the same day that they were there in New York Mayor Bloomberg, who was mayor of New York at the time. Gave Bill and Melinda like a humanitarian award, or whatever, and the rumor is that Bloomberg told him stay away from that guy. So I think that that's I think Melinda had a good instinct. And then I think Bloomberg solidified. Like, all right, stay away from that Epstein guy because he's no good, because Bloomberg, I don't really think you know, as we all know Bloomberg doesn't mince words. Not so Yeah, Not at all. Yeah, Okay, So a lot of people kept hanging out with obscene after you know, long after there were warnings and people could see the writing on the wall and there were you know, there was still a lot of people there. Security guards who still claim that they saw Bill Clinton on that island, even though Clinton says he used the jet once or twice or something and was never on the stairway. Oh, so many of it s so much of it. I mean, once you know that, like our normal the Prince Andrew, it's like he's got no explanation. Don't you think that it's like? I mean, I think when you are willing to do the kinds of crimes that there Alleged like to being committed against, you know women, young girls this whatever. That that is a about the ultimate quest for power right and getting away with something, and that probably adds to the excitement for them. So in their crazy criminal mind, maybe it doesn't matter about the warnings. It doesn't matter it because that's part of the excitement of not Getting caught. I mean, is that part of that predator mindset? Maybe. Oh, yes, it is. Right. All right. The next number seven number six All Californians. Family. Harris. I'm not one wants to spend much time talking about her. The Gavin Newsom. Caitlyn Jenner position here. Jennifer, You want to update us on the latest in the recall and who else is running for governor for that spot beside Caitlyn Jenner. Yes. So the recall is moving forward in the state of California against Gavin Newsom and the effort that was against in the recall Gavin 2020 effort. Which started with three guys and went to the grassroots that you know, A lot of people think this was like a big party action. The Republican Party in California and this is a huge criticism against them had nothing. To do with this. I mean, these were this was all the grassroots and s. So it should be commending. They did it incredible job collecting signatures. They got 1.7 million signatures that were certified. He only needed well, they needed just under 1.5 million signatures to trigger recall. So now it looks like the election will happen. At the end of October. The beginning of November. Many people might think it might be November, 2nd. And they'll be two questions on the ballot. Yes or no to recall Gavin Newsom and the number two if you vote? Yes. Who would you like to replace.

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'Citizen Kane' Has Faced a Rotten Day

Doug Stephan

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

'Citizen Kane' Has Faced a Rotten Day

"It a classic Baby sees Jason Nathan's and says it's no longer one of the best reviewed Mr Kane was a man who got everything he wanted and then lost it. Citizen game, losing its 100% fresh rating on rotten tomatoes and old review from the Chicago Tribune in 1940 one's then unearth in which the reviewer was done. Pressed with Orson Welles Masterpiece headline boldly proclaims the movie fails to impress critic is greatest ever filmed. So Citizen Kane goes from over 100 straight positive reviews to just 99% positive on rotten tomatoes films now above Citizen Kane with 100% include the Terminator Toy story Happy on Paddington to Jason Evans. An ABC News only way this is

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'Luther' Isn't 'Authentic,' BBC's Diversity Chief Says

Doug Stephan

01:25 min | 1 year ago

'Luther' Isn't 'Authentic,' BBC's Diversity Chief Says

"This Idris Elba thing with the BBC, saying through their diversity chief that he's not black enough. Why not? Yes. So the listen to this is the BBC show. The Syrians ran from 2010 to 2019 and the BBC's diversity. Chief Miranda Weyland, who is a black woman said that it's just Luther. The character was an authentic enough because he didn't have any black friends. He doesn't eat any Caribbean food. Oh, my God. This is coming from the diversity chief. And I mean that is the character meaning like the writing she felt was not The way the character was written. He wasn't black enough. That's what she was saying. Get her direct quote doesn't have any black friends and he doesn't eat any Caribbean food. This doesn't feel authentic. At least people should just go shut up and go away. My God, There's so one of the people on Twitter and some of the other social media saying about this, their reaction to it at the Bembridge says So Luther wasn't diverse because he wasn't a stereotype question, Mark Calvin Robinson said yesterday. It was implied. I'm not black enough because I didn't have any black friends in my photos. And now today, BBC's diversity chief says I just l Bas Luther isn't black enough because he doesn't have any black friends. He's lazy. Stereotypes are racist. They are I agree with that statement. 100% completely racist. Just be allowed. TCE push,

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Shaq Paid For a Stranger's Engagement Ring

Doug Stephan

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Shaq Paid For a Stranger's Engagement Ring

"A jewelry store buying some hearings, and he noticed a gentleman paying off a debt for an engagement ring. And he walks over. He was like my man. How much? How much is the ring in? The guy told him And he's like, Oh, I want to pay for it. I'm gonna buy it for you. And the guy was even at first Kind of like I can't accept this. And then shack was like No, This is something I do. I like making people smile. Please let me do this for you. You know what I find more interesting. It was in a zeal store. Yeah. What shocked doing And saying to him is cool, though. I mean, I know what he was doing there. No, right. It is cool. Well, maybe the earrings word for him to see where he rings you don't wear hearing says he I thought he did. But now I can't make it Could have been a diamond stud or something. Yeah, that's true. Yeah, maybe. Okay. All right. Um,

Tiger Woods was speeding before SUV crash in Los Angeles area

Doug Stephan

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Tiger Woods was speeding before SUV crash in Los Angeles area

"News on Michelle Franzen authorities in Los Angeles County, releasing their finding the cause of the Tiger Woods SUV crash less than two months ago, saying excessive speed was the primary cause that report found the golfing star was driving in excess of 80 MPH when he crashed on the wind the stretch of road with the speed limit set at 45 L. A County sheriff captain James Powers. There's zero breaking throughout that recording of the data recorder. And it's 99% acceleration on the pedal would sustained leg injuries. L. A county sheriff Alex be in the way of a says there were no signs of alcohol or drug use. There was no signs of impairment. Our primary concern once we obviously at the scene in the collision was his

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Justin Fairfax Accuses Terry McAuliffe of Treating Him Like Emmett Till

Doug Stephan

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Justin Fairfax Accuses Terry McAuliffe of Treating Him Like Emmett Till

"The old governor who's planning on running for governor again, and Justin Fairfax, the rapists lieutenant governor whose star rose in the Democrat Party after being Repeatedly accused of rape very credibly by women. He became more popular in the Democrat Party and yesterday just in Fairfax is black. And he accused Terri make awful of treating him like George Floyd. And he brought Emmett till into it, too remarkable stuff. These people, the racism that these people spread is just and keeping in mind. They're the party of Jefferson Davis and the Confederacy of Nathan Bedford Forrest in the clan. They're the party of everything awful every racial stain in the history of the country. Bull Connor and Orval Faubus and George Wallace and Robert Byrd and the Oh

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08:24 min | 1 year ago

"doug stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"To the 12th. This is the talk radio review and overview. Of the stories and the people, courtesy of the folks who participate with me every weekday morning on the D. J. V program. Doug Jen, Victoria DJ VI Victoria Keelan Instead of General Horn being here this week, she's off. J. Kerschner is here Who's a new Enterprising member of the D JV squad, so we could call it the D double J V show. Just thinking about that? Yeah. All right, so J will participate. And so Victoria and you with your thoughts. Better, etcetera that we may even send you to our to the social media page to have some input on some of these stories. Some of the things that we've had this week as they apply to the top 10 stories and people on the list is a matter of fact, at number 10 on the people list. Actually, it's a tie between the boss and Larry Flynt. Passing Larry Flynt and then the Redbridge station. Of all the things that he did that people thought were despicable during his life, hey, was responsible for lots of the From in your magazines as that pretty good, huh? And it has been a lot of talk about him since well it through his whole life. He's just been a contrarian, and he Was a smut. King porn King. However, you want to call it but is passing was of note for sure. Then Maura of note. You're the New Jersey and here, Victoria so you can talk about the Bruce Getting accosted, and it seems abused by some local constabulary is there and that's why people were talking about him. Yeah, And this is unfortunately this has made national news and his really damaged Bruce Springsteen's reputation. What happened was he was riding his motorcycle. There's a state park about two miles north of where I am on the on the Jersey Shore. And he was riding his motorcycle up along the coast and some fans, I guess recognized him. He's you know, he doesn't hide. He's sort of out in about a lot of the area, and so some fans recognize them. They flagged him over. They asked if he would pull over and take pictures. He pulled his motorcycle over. He was sitting on it. It was parked. He took some pictures. One of the fans to say thank you gave him a shot of tequila. They were there They were drinking and Whatever. So he took a shot of tequila. And then he got busted immediately by the park Rangers. So they he did a blood that he took the Breathalyzer test and he blew a 0.0 to in New Jersey. You have to have more than 0.8 level of alcohol in your system in order to be considered driving into the influence. He had only a quarter of that. And then the reports that he was swaying and he was glassy eyed and all this at 0.2. He just took a shot. No one is swaying and glassy eyed. So a lot of people locally here are very skeptical that these air some park rangers, who just wanted to make a name for themselves. Unfortunately, though, what happened is this. This happened back in November. But you know, he's had his jeep. He has a new Jeep ad that aired during the Super Bowl. And it was the most popular out of the night. And it was a really wonderful message and big deal for Jeep to have Bruce sign on to, you know, to work with them. And so they had to pull that because of the drinking and driving implications, which I understand. I get that you're a motor company. You know, you don't want to promote drinking and driving. I get it. But the problem, though, is that when he goes to court, this will most likely get tossed out. Because how can you be? How can you get charged with D? W I If you don't even if your blood alcohol isn't even at the limit. So I'm not sure. And you know, someone actually said yesterday that maybe, you know, Bruce is very public with his politics. There's a very good chance that the park Rangers didn't like his politics because he was very anti trump, so there's a possibility that that played into it as well. Lots of penny. Any politics and foolishness going on. I think from my point of view, all right Number nine, a focus on Ze Jinping, who is the leader of China and that because of the call he got this week from Joe Biden. And then the focus in our country afterwards. What are we going to do? How are we going to do it? This guy is he's nothing these dirt as far as I'm concerned, and I don't even like talking about it because of that. He's It is just why I s O. I dig myself a hole. Just got to keep moving. Mark Cuban is number eight on the people is this week and he's got something very interesting going on that has been started. You were talking about that on our The technology said. We do on the D J V program, so give us the background of that. Will you please Victoria? Well, he's in the news for two reasons. The larger reason is because he said that the national anthem may not be played in the next season of the Dallas Mavericks games. That's the real reason why he's on this list. Secondarily on guy think that actually we didn't talk about this on the D J V show, but I think that he's onto something there. If you want to eliminate the controversy and the constant negotiations of The players have to stand Can they take unique? And you know what one of the rules and it seems to just get everybody so worked up about you know how people react or protests the national anthem, So Mark Cuban says none of this has anything to do with basketball. He's not wrong. I never understand why it all has to happen with sports. But he says, You know what? We may just eliminate that entire section of the game. And just play the game, and that's it, and we take away the controversy. And so obviously some people were on his side and other people were against it. So that's why you know I was in this O. J. But the audio aspect of it. He's also starting a podcasting app called Fireside, So that's a secondary one. Jay, Let's ask on our social Media, Twitter and Facebook center etcetera D. J V Show about the pot Lana politics, but Whether people would prefer to sing or hear the national anthem before sporting events and public events or pledge allegiance to the flag or hear America the beautiful or do nothing, but let's get started with the game. Maybe that you can come up with some variant on that. I like it. Weigh in on this at D. J. V show Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Right? That's the deal. Okay, let's see. Next up. His doctor Fauci is number seven on the people this this week from Talkers magazine. Find the list at we haven't posted. I think We have our Facebook page J. Where do we put it around? Our, um, regular website. I think we posted there. Sorry. What was the question? I started taking that question. Where do we find the charts? I think we put him up on Facebook and Rios and put him on the website will be up in all social media, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram is well, there you go. OK, complete list. So anyway, Dr Fauci, number seven on the people list. Because, uh, because, well, because he's always on the list. It seems your husband for the past year. Well this week his hair, he made a video for people to see how to properly double mask. And that kind of went viral Because a lot of people have been There's been some confusion naturally with the double mask sort of recommendation, and then So Fauci showed how you can if you're wearing one of the medical mass, so one of those blue masks And how you can make that tighter around your ears and tuck the sides And so their isn't that huge gap you know of where air can fly in, and then you cover that medical mask with a cloth mask. So he's ah Trying to get the word out, and some people are. I've seen a lot of people on social media using the double mask now, which is good, and you know, it's it's a lot more protection, so I think that's really good. Unless you have a mask like Louis and I have the halo life mask and that has a nano filter built in and that's actually a mask where you really shouldn't do a double because it's the mask itself is very sealed to your face. So you don't really need it and the company sent out an email actually saying, Hey, our mask is not designed to be doubled up. So you have to just kind of know what you're wearing. Right. All right, So the other people on the list Matt Gates and Josh Holly, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Lindsey Graham and Mitch McConnell, Bruce Castor, David Shane. Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Okay, those were all list the people as we continue with our overview of the people Listen, the story list so having completed the top 10 people list in a moment, we'll get to the stories that are on the top 10 list from Talkers magazine. I'm Doug Stephan, with Victoria, killing a J. Kershner. On the talk radio review..

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04:42 min | 1 year ago

"doug stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"23 after the hour Now, I'm Doug Stephan. This the talk radio round up a review of the hot hits and talk radio for the past week from the eyes in the mind in the years of the folks on the D. J. V program General went off this week. Victoria Keenan is here. J. Kirshner. What do we have in Social Media? J. They may reflect on some of these conversations we've had already and conversations to be ad if you will. Well, Mark Cuban, um with the Mavericks. Whether or not to do the national anthem. That question has been posted. It is up on Facebook and Twitter going to get that on Instagram. I think that's a valid question. Do you want to hear any kind of song before the game or you just want them to get started? American Beautiful. I feel like can be played ah, lot of times before the national anthem. My personal belief, the pledge of Allegiance that just seems weird Play assignment. Don't play a song. Let's not do a chance. Yeah. Okay, change in on that at a TV show I've never heard of the pledge allegiance referred to is a chance. I pledge allegiance extra that either, But it is when you think about it. Yeah. Ra America about that. Let's just do that, Roz. She's goodbye. All right, sit down. Fate, fate, fate and then you have somebody that don't be I C t O R Y victory victory is Erica. Any of that stuff. Numbers six on the story list is the focus on social media bias. So I'd like you both to weigh in on this. J. You certainly have an expertise in social media. And now in charge of our social media, the D. J V programming our Web and all that other stuff communication from the outside world to us if you will. So what sort of biases? Both of you have been talking about this on the air on the D. J. V program this week. The bias that seems to be political in some circumstances, But does it Maybe the better question here is Does it reflect on some of the same biases we see in society? People's intolerance for race, the kinds of things you know freedom. And we had this conversation on D. J B a couple times this week, the freedom of speech thing and whether or not it applies to private companies. And the answer is no, It doesn't. But it still feels like it ought to. Because these companies are so big. They almost feel like they're public entities, right? You just feel that way. It does feel like they're more utility than private Company. For sure. Yeah, so under the circumstances are they going to be allowed to predicated? What it is or legislate what it is. You mean, we just We're talking about somebody having stuff pulled down a few minutes ago. If you know how did they? How closely they I guess that my question is how closely who's watching this stuff. And how close how they monitoring each individual with his or her comments. I feel like some of it is their algorithm and their computers that are just flagging key words. But then they're not seeing how the key words are being used. Years ago, I had a Facebook page. I was working on flagged and temporarily shut down because it said we were using bullying behavior when we were trying to offer help to people who might know somebody or might themselves be going through struggling with eating disorders. It was giving them a platform of different hell particles and how they can address with the people they loved. And that was flagged just because of key words, that it was bullying behavior, and I think that they need tol actually get those those computers a little bit smarter and see how words are being used. If somebody is sharing an opinion that people don't agree with, that is one thing and opinions are opinions that should be allowed. But when you are opinion is attacking somebody That's why it draws the line. Let's take a minute because as we got here to take apart, the Gina Carano posting, she was pushed off of social media and got fired from her job. The man DeLorean because she posted a, she said, being conservative in modern American like being Jewish and Nazi Germany. And apparently Disney didn't like that, And a lot of other people didn't either. So she said. She has not been kicked off social media. She just got fired by Disney. They were they had plans to do another spin off series with her. Um, but yes. Oh, that's over. But, you know, Robert F. Kennedy Junior got booted from instagram this week, too. And that's for for vaccine misinformation, So it's happening on the left and the right. I know the topic here is media by social media bias, but this is happening to a lot of people on Jay's right. A lot of it is the key word searching. It's a lot of it is the key words. All right, so we probably object a lot of it. The objective if we understand how it works. Next As we continue our review of the top stories, the economy what's going on in the economy at 28 after the hour this to talk radio review? Single rally. Auto parts for all of your car care needs were close, convenient and known for are guaranteed everyday low.

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06:09 min | 1 year ago

"doug stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Believer 1/12 of the way through the year 2021 in the year 21 21 know if we get another 100 years to go until we get there. We'll all be here doing this program. You can be sure that the D. J. V program with Centennial's Jennifer Horan Victoria, Jennifer No, next week. She's going there where you're going next week. You going to do to Grand Junction, Colorado? That's right. Okay. All right, So Jennifer Zia Victoria's here, Jay's here in the form Jennifer's representing the horn contingency. McCurry is representing the Keelan consistency or Consideration or whoever they are in the J. Kirshner family is represented by J. So here we are. Doug Stephan, with the answers to the question or the answers to the various questions about the vaccine, who put the bop in the bop, she bop she bop who put the needle in the old arm and who's Doing what With what? Johnson and Johnson. Is saying the data from its late stage trial here in our country, and I guess there's some other countries involved shows well, one shot vaccine has a 66% effectiveness. So Could we get two? If you're going to get one that we I know I'm going to get them or during it, and I probably didn't get it next week. The ass trick is that the That the Johnson and Johnson idea 65% effective against the most severe of viruses, so they actually marked it against the type of virus or the severity of the virus that it was facing. I was going to Dr Drew explain it actually the other day, and he was saying that It's not necessarily a bad thing where some of the other vaccines seem like they're like 90 95% effective. The thing about Johnson and Johnson. That's interesting is that they actually are showing some effectiveness against some of the other variants. So you know some of the other because it was developed partially in South Africa, where some of the other variants are coming from. So I wouldn't think necessarily badly poorly about Johnson and Johnson only having a 65% efficacy rate because that's against the most severe strains of the virus. So how did they only manage or how did they manage to have it be only one dose if it's like, actually even going up against the tougher strains that I don't have a clue. I was listening to the explanation last night the doctor drew offering that was just what he was saying s so take it from that. That's my source. I drink. So the good news, But the good news on this is that once you're fully protected there, no deaths. In the group on day There were several who had placebo recipients. Who was that tell you If you know we do. We really is it known whether the placebo recipient's got the same had the same benefit. See, that's what I've been thinking about all along. There's a psychological effect. This and because I believe in this period Mind body connection, All of it's tied together. I think if you think you're going to be well, then you're going to be well. People in the placebo group died. Or got the virus that that's the people who didn't get it. We're the ones who I mean, It happened exactly the way it was supposed to if you were protected than you were protected, And if you didn't if you got all the placebo recipients die. No, but that's where the deaths occurred. Yeah. Where the where the illness and the deaths occurred was in the placebo group. No one in the in the legitimate dosage group. Got it. So it is encouraging, but it is still. Um I don't know It's 66%. Yeah, that's a lot better than a regular flu shot because the last couple flu shots have been what in the 40%. I'll Of effectiveness, but I don't know when it comes to two cove it though. 66% again, You know, I was talking with some friends over the weekend, and we all are asking the same question that we posed last week. Well, how do you know if you're in the 66%, you know, kind of like that Congress person who got covert after getting both the first and the second shot. Now the second shot had only been administered. I think he was. He was someone who went to the inauguration. And he ended up getting it. I don't know if you got it. They're around there. But the articles that where I was reading mentioned that he went to the inauguration around the time he got it, and he had both shots. So then they're saying, Well, you have to wait 7 to 10 days till you hear a shot before you could go out there, right? So that is that the guy friend? Is that the guy from Massachusetts Coast? Yeah, right. There was something rather Stephen Lynch, right? He's from Boston. Ducky. I don't if you know him, I Yeah, well, he's from Boston Area. And so he When did he get his vaccine? That would be the question. Right before he Well, he got the second dose right before he went to inauguration. And then he ended up getting covert. So the big headline this weekend Woz Congressman gets covert after second dose of vaccine So then people are thinking Well, why should I get the vaccine? Well, if you read into it, he didn't really wait The time that he was supposed to before he was going out there again. But still, it's cause for concern for everybody right there. A couple of other rips that have had there was one in New York too. Yeah, he got his second dose. And then and then two or three days after that. He got Cove it on again. The doctors the New York were saying, Look, everybody, It's we're finding Now You've got to wait 10 days after your second dose before you should be exposed to anyone else or in the public where you might be able to contract the virus because you still can So the question also comes on the part of a lot of people. Can I get this shot and I or if I don't get the disease? Am I going to die and the numbers? That are that are coming through. This is sort of a follow up to what we were talking about last week and kind of the week before, too. In terms of numbers. This is not as serious a strained by any stretch of the imagination. Many more people are getting it. The question that folks have that isn't being answered. Well, is this new strain that's been all over England has been South Africa, whether that is as dangerous I don't think it is, but I don't know that..

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04:20 min | 2 years ago

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"With Jennifer Horn, Victoria Keelan J. Kirshner. I'm Doug Stephan. So social media time. The questions we've added a few are following along. With some other things that have been hanging around there. So where are we, in terms of priorities where people's priorities who wants to respond to what At D. J V showed J. Well being conscious of what items you only made in China. Are you actively trying not to buy from China? Sami Heath tries to look at everything they buy it to make sure it's made in the USA. Mart. Miranda points out that since Doug, you have been putting such emphasis on it lately, he's become more conscious about buying American or at the very least, North American products. Good good. All right. Well, let's help anyway, I think in light of what we were just talking about with regard to Fauci into that experiment that was going on over Wuhan. How obvious it is that these people stirred the pot wanted it to have the impact that it did. It's plain simple is the nose on your face is, they say? S O. I think more and more people need to wake up to what the threat is What these people have done to us to the economy in the name of them getting control of the world. That's what they want to do. So again keeping that in mind? I don't wanna buy. I told you Didn't I tell you the story yesterday, finding a ah farm jacket that I had in all the other stuff in my closet what was made in China, they would turn almost all the coats are made in China. Look at the clothing that you buy everything. Right. Meanwhile, what's the next item of interest here on the mic? You asking about Mike Lyndall? Yes. Yeah. Should you continue to sell the my pillow products Pretty much so far. Everyone on Facebook is saying yes. Continue on if you genuinely like the product than keep pushing it. People want to buy it. It should be available to buy, but you know that's that's that's what capitalism is about. You know, if you don't want to buy it, then don't buy it, bed, Bath and beyond. They had been reporting. This wasn't something I know it. It's obviously convenient right now, with the timing, but the sales of my pillows in bed bath and beyond have just plummeted. Over the last couple of years, and you know it. I don't want to say anything more because they are a sponsor. But you know there is more there. Well, okay, I've been full transparency. I was very, very shocked to find that they have an F rating on the better business Bureau. And those are things to me. Take away the political stuff. Yeah. I didn't know why they have any of that one. How they got there because they do take stuff back. They guarantee it if they have a good guaranteeing everything that I've gotten from them. I love I've actually had this stuff too. I love everything that matters. Topper the sheets, the towels. I mean, every way. I was surprised to see that and you know, and they have a lot of customer complaints like political pillar. Well, but this is going back that way before. I mean, this is this is from a long time ago and active, though, So how do you be? Even if you get an F? I don't think the better Business bureau is that political that they would give a product and after know, how does a guy build a company like that? He's got 1500 employees. They work around the clock, making pillows and sheets and stuff like that. How does he become successful to stay in business? If the product's no good? That's what I mean. I always say that even in the context, the ads Yeah, I think it's one of those products that's very personal. And I think that it's either people either and it's and it's polarizing. It's either you love the pillow or you just It's not the right pillow for you, you know, and it's a lot of people say that it's not something they don't like that It's acceptable because it's about a pillow. But when it becomes about politics, and it becomes personal, that's gross. I mean, I just don't I guess I just don't get that I don't even have a hard time with it myself. Actually, I really do. So, yeah, I'm probably going to continue with my pillow adds, But I do think it's so there's a boiling point. And because we really there's not many. There's no mask on our face here. I talk about it. To the dismay of my colleagues. Sometimes I talk about stuff that people in in what is it good did and in polite circles don't talk about But you know it's stuff that is on people's minds, and I'll tell you it's.

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06:01 min | 2 years ago

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"V program. Doug Stephan, Jennifer Horn, Victoria Keelan J. Kushner Here at the ready is well. Considering our lives and what's going on the circumstances in our lives. What's going on around us was going on around you. The big story is the Inauguration. For sure. Although Tom Brady may be a big story as well, What do you think Tom Brady to the rescues is a big story? Yeah, it really is. The kudos that air heading in his direction for doing what he has done. It really is a sore spot here in New England. I'll tell you that just Yeah, Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. Speaking of New England, and what's going on in Boston, the member of the marathon bomber who can pronounce his name? I've never been able to pronounce his name, right? Yeah. Anyway, mister. Yeah. He's this guy's good whether it's his lawyer. I don't know how smart I never really got a sense of who he was. You know, we know what he did, but I never got a sense of Who he was how smart he was. Apparently, he's suing the feds for a quarter of a million dollars because he's been treated badly inside the prison in Colorado, where we serving his life sentence. He says his baseball cap of legs because of him, Yes. Well, Yeah, but I just How do we even get to a point Is this sort of come from the same page as us providing sex transplant operation for people in jail or whatever other stuff that we are not to be doing. He's accused the guards and the warden. Hey calls it the Alcatraz of the Rockies Man. This guy's got some kind of awesome. Also unlawful, unreasonable and discriminatory. He's lucky he's I'm surprised. He's even still alive. Meets him in there. I'm not. We don't put people to death all that. I don't know what that means. Like inside, like way they waited. They probably have him in some sort of isolation. He had a death sentence and that was tossed. Right. Wasn't he supposed He was on death row? Yeah, In the appeal, it got tossed because there was a technicality that the judge had done something wrong. And so that's why it was it was tossed, but I think they're trying to go back for the death penalty again. Because he killed a police officer walked up to his car like a bad movie. Just shot ran his own brother over with the car when he was fleeing. I mean Thies, heir to psychotic people who were just evil, pure evil. There's no other word for it. They're radicalized. I mean, they thought what they were doing was for the greater good, And that's a really hard thing to combat when they think that they're doing this kind of stuff to serve. God. I mean, how do you? How do you make that Jennifer? All these people, Allah and God? Yeah, We're doing it for our religion. We're gonna get to God in the 72 virgins or whoever we're gonna find when we get up there. Yep. Right, of course, doesn't always have to just be about religion to you. No, no, it doesn't feel right. Radicalized, but a lot of it is. People are ready for that. By this time for sure. Yeah. Speaking of Radicals are friends in China and Russia are working together. What a surprise to create more mayhem for us. Apparently they are. They're working on a vaccine just for the two countries is that Really? What? I'm getting out of this. The collaborating? Yeah. Yeah. So what's the so the Russians? We already know? The Russians have hacked into our attempted to hack into every laboratory and university lab here in the states to get to get vaccine info. So they're basically and then the Chinese air. Great attacking too. So you know there is a hackathon and then they're going to try to reproduce the time wondering, I'm wondering something here and Madonna. Probably, too. It's probably hard to do it in Russia. But we have seen how are you know we've used the seal team for less bumping off people like Osama bin Laden, a smudges? I think we were helped by the information came from Edward Snowden. I think he's right now, at this point, responsible for most of this hacking and most of the mayhem and it is there is there some way we can bump him off somebody. Putin protection. Yeah. So you can't send the seal team. You would be a beginning side of Russia, probably as easily as he could get into Afghanistan. But this is really there. I've just Isn't it? Interesting to see how security Penthouse apartment? Yeah, right but has no job so I don't know how he pays for it. I mean, wow Hero Well in in Russia, everybody gets paid by the government. You know they're all government employees and memorize everything. He's living like a life of luxury. Clearly, he's on the payroll with Putin, right exactly so under the circumstances You know, at what point do these things change? And I was just trying to Rick wait, leadership with change. You know, we're gonna have a big change in leadership here, and we're gonna have a big change in attitude with it. One wonders. I'm thinking back to who was in charge before Putin seems like he's been there forever. It wasn't Gorbachev. Who was the person who was it between Yeltsin. Yeah, I think you're right about that. He was a drunk. And so you know, he won't. I mean, everybody in Russia is, Uh Hey, thank you, Jennifer. He liked that coke. Sure did, Man he really is. But I think the Gorbachev didn't Gorbachev was the Last really reasonable. Remember all of the things that he and Reagan did together until Reagan got to him? Well, maybe that was this. Yeah, right. But he spent the rest of his life sort of. As an Americanized Russian leader, and I don't know whether Putin played on that or not had to change. But what did you guys see?.

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07:50 min | 2 years ago

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"F the hour Now on the Wednesday DJ Beat program Doug Stephan. With Victoria Keelan in Jake Prisoners. We travel around the world. Jennifer has a sore mouth is gonna say a bad mouth. She has that, too, from time to time. She doesn't you know? Isn't that funny? I remember the first time I heard a woman's swear. On guy I don't know, like I like E couldn't get over. It was in the sixties. You always have such a nice way. Such a poignant way of pointing out the age differential. It was actually, um, I remember the first time my father used the F word with me. He was upset with me because I'd never it was I was shocked. I just got my driver's license and I was late for picking him up someplace. He let me use the car to go somewhere and And he and he just he laid into me. And it just Wow. Never was late again until I started doing the radio program s. Oh, that's a little inside joke. So, but my assistant when I was running W E i in Boston in the mid eighties. Was a young woman with whom I became very close, actually during my tenure there, but when she walked in to the office and introduced herself to me Was very impressive, very professional. She was all dressed up and you know, very ready to go. And then later in the day, listening to our conversation with somebody who was working for her and her department. She was deaf this and then I looked at her. I said, Well, maybe Janek, calm it down a little bit. She's well, I'm just trying to get things organized for you. But anyway, over the years as I've become much more open To the real World. Victoria. I guess that it's been with Jennifer has actually she's not bad. Every once in a while, you use it. We all use it, but it just It just seemed Like it was kind of one of those things that women didn't do. And yes, it was probably well, now. That was the eighties when I actually was in my thirties. So there All right, Let's move into this FBI report that is disturbing for real. Yeah, Today's F bomb is today's FBI is the FBI. So that's this is the the warnings that are coming out of the office about extremists and whether they're coming to Washington or not. Two. I think the word that was used was look out. We're going to go to war with some of these people s o. The document was internal has been leaked. So what? Where are these people coming from? I C Rallying points in Kentucky and Pennsylvania and the Carolinas. S o there. Any people in the West Coast of these are just East Coast. People in Southern Don't know there were some people from California San Diego. I think one guy got arrested was from San Diego and yes, essentially from everywhere. But the real story, though, is that you know, it's the I think the whole nation collectively watched that happen. And all of us were shocked and all of us said Oh, my gosh, you know, There was no warning and no one was prepared. Well, now, this FBI memo is showing that the day before this insurrection happened, the FBI did issue a warning and they had found and we've been talking about this for the last couple days here, you know they they tracked a lot of chatter online and anybody who thinks that you can talk about, you know, overthrowing the government. Excuse me, and you're not going to get caught online, You know. Hello. Welcome to technology, right? Yeah. So the FBI did issue this. This memo, however it for whatever reason. Memo on the info was there, but no one acted on it. And in this report, which was listed yesterday, and the Justice Department gave a very long press conference, and there is a whole lot of stuff they're investigating. They actually said it's one of the largest investigations they've ever done. Um, so far. It's 170 people who are involved in this. There's obviously going to be more, they said in the next few weeks, but the real scary part Is that they found that the people who colluded in not in a Russian way, but the people who were gathering together on this. They had maps that they were sharing complex maps of the tunnels underground. Like a bad television movie. Exactly. They had rallying points they had they had to weigh, you know, walkie talkies they had communications. And you know the interesting thing is this the FBI report and the Justice Department. The press conference yesterday backed up What? Remember the E think it was two days ago. Everything's a blur when we talked about that Buzzfeed article that went viral when they enter the interviewed three black Capitol police officers who told what happened what they witnessed. And on just and the racism that they encountered from the protestors and the rioters. But one of the things that the old the rank the senior ranking member of that group, he said, The thing that the media is not reporting is how organized this was, and he said, We saw this firsthand. These guys are ex military. They knew what they were doing. They had. And now we've heard more and more stories of you know the zip tie handcuffs that police often use To handcuff rioters instead of using the metal handcuffs. They had those they had pipe bombs they had. They had timers on the bombs, which they said they did not know when they were going to be detonated. This was a very well organized this All this does is play into the hands of the people who are our enemies that are outside of the country. The Chinese love seeing this. I'm Russian. I'm sure loves it, too. But the bottom line is we need to deal with what we're actually what was actually happening. What What I'm saying is that the people who are not thinking about much of anything except themselves or what their definition is of Patriotism or whatever it is that they're that appeals to them On this circumstance. They are way off base and they're not really thinking much at all. It looks like to me. Meanwhile, the president has declared a state of emergency ahead of the inauguration. That's another part of the big press conference was the future threats. There's a lot of online chatter that's been captured, saying that the on January 6th when this you know when the riots and the break ins happen, that that was a dress rehearsal for the 20th. That Zapatista Harry thought, and so they're bringing in more secret service. We talked yesterday. 15,000 National Guardsmen who will be armed will be there at the inauguration there, really? It's stacking up as much as they can in advance, so hopefully nothing will happen. But I think that everyone should be prepared for something. Well, it looks like there's some Capitol police that have been involved in this thing. That's what you told my next military. Some of the secret service people that were on Tron Trump staff. Those people have been moved around. I don't think that whether you think you're doing the right thing, you're not really doing the right thing. You're not really I look upon. This is being pretty un American. Frankly, I think protest. Ng is part of our American heritage and history and we need to embrace that. But also the separation between having a protest and having violence is something that isn't in is quite registering. With seven. You know a lot of the people. He's hardcore people that have been in the service and then they went to work for Blackstone or whatever these private contractors, these people, This is all they think about all day long. He's you know, attacking, killing shooting. That's the way they live their lives in some mess to think that some of it has to be PTSD, right? I don't know. I'm not..

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04:58 min | 2 years ago

"doug stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Review for this week. I'm Doug Stephan with General Horn. Victoria Keelan Jake Kirshner all part of the D. J. V morning. Program. We're actually it airs all around the clock all around the country and all around the world s o. You may be listening in the morning. Other people who may be listening in the afternoon and some people listen in the evening. Good for you. We're here to talk about. The stories that basically are deemed important by Talkers magazine. And we want to stick with this business of the First Amendment or what's going on in media news media because it kind of it just brought up something that was in The New York Times. Is we blaming talk radio for all this? What about that? You know what Anna might have actually been seen in politics or two articles and I will find it and double check the source. But there was a mainstream media article that came out that said talk radio is to blame for the people who breached the capital. And I would vote for President Trump again Today I support him. I do not support the people who broke in to the capital. I never have. I've never supported any violence. I support peaceful protests like I did last summer. I support Americans rights to probe rights to protest Whatever they think is wrong with this system to try to make the change that they desire. I do not support the violence. But there was a huge article about how talk radio and it was a broad article. I'll actually send it today, so that we can. We can post it up on on social media because I think it's important that talk radio is to blame for inciting violence. Give me a break. When I say we should stand up and fight. We should stand up and fight for what's right. We should get involved with local politics. We should not if it needs to be said Breaking the Nancy Pelosi's office instead of her desk. I don't think that that needs to be said, but that's if it does. There it is. I mean, I just I don't understand why we have to shut people down instead of welcoming various opinions, and truly one of the concerns that I have over the next four years is how talk radio survives through this, because is there going to be a hit list of going after people that they deemed to be terrorists? Didn't happen. When Obama is president won't and more. He was wearing a wire James Rosen. They were recording his phone calls with his parents because he worked for Fox News. It absolutely did the concern sometimes radio that administration he wasn't on. He was a television guy, not a radio guy. If we want to take television Trump is certainly mean Fox is as actually that's an interesting anecdotal overview of what may happen because Trump is more than likely to be very involved in some Media chain, Whether it's his own that he creates with his family running it or whether he becomes part of something like Newsmax and does a daily show or something. I mean, the guy If you look at the history of our past two presidents or three George Bush hasn't done it because he was never much in the media anyway. But the Clintons became very involved in media and personal appearances. That sort of thing. The Obama's have done the same thing you Obama's Worth 160 $170 million now, 34 years after getting out because of what they've been able to create the media and pretty much you could say the same for the Clintons except they're worth about $220 million And they never penny to rub together. Neither one of them did when they went into the White House. And so there's that sort of that element, and Trump will be no stranger to that, because he understands how the media works. Go back and look at the Apprentice and how handily he ran That really like It was kind of in. It was one of those things that whenever the Apprentice was on was like watching 60 minutes, it was appointment TV. Okay, the apprentices on I want to go see who Trump's gonna fire. Well, that's the same kind of thing that's going to be recreated whether you like it or you don't like it. Or maybe they will be. There'll be more people who Because of his being the president. And the love affair that some people have had with him in the past four years. No matter what he does, it'll attract attention, and therefore it will attract advertising dollars big dollars, and he's going to make a lot of money. And that's just the way the system kind of works. Esso and hell. You could be sure, as Mitt Romney said any number of times after the election. He's not going to go quietly, and he's not gonna be quiet. As there is, you know, I mean, the traditional thing has been when Bush went out of office and Obama came in. There was never a word. You didn't say anything about what was going on with Obama. The old president's Don't do that. But you could be sure Trump will, I think, 28 after the hour. Hi. I'm Warren Eckstein with the pet show tip of the day. You know, at this time of year, One of the questions are most frequently asked is, does my pet need to wear a coat when she goes outside? Many people assume that since she has a code of her own the Coke given to her by Mother Nature, your dog doesn't need to wear a coat or sweater. This is suction is erroneous. Since your dog's code has been fooled by modern technology,.

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05:39 min | 2 years ago

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"Horn. Victoria Keelan. Jake Kirsten arrive. Doug Stephan Followers on Twitter and Instagram at Doug and Doug. Stephan. Good, Doug. Well, I do. You can follow me a Doug Stephan. But Not sure I follow you. Excuse me. That sounds a little fresh at the DJ at D J V shows Probably way too best connect. All right, So let's see trending here. I see Chipotle E. Has added cauliflower rice. To their menus. Is that the big deal? People like I actually have only eaten Bob and I went to what you probably is once on. The only time I ever ate in, there was a pretty good meal. How many people go to ship it is it is that a restaurant chain is going to survive through all of this. And is that right? So far, I mean, they're very popular there. They're not bad. When I used to work in an office. I used to go to Chipotle for lunch a lot. But but cauliflower rice is so big. It's everywhere now, And apparently, the company said that they've launched this cauliflower, lime, his cilantro in it. And they said that one out of every three requests for new menu items has been cauliflower Rice, So that's why they added it. Well, if you think about it, a lot of people get like the fatigue a bowl, and so they instead of having wrapped up in tortillas, you just get everything that's in a bowl, but usually it's on top of rice and beans. So people want to cut the carbs and they just do the cauliflower rice instead. Huh? All right, that Z. I guess if you j d you go eat at your totally or Jennifer. Do you ever stop it? You're holy You get lunch today? It's delicious. Yeah. And you can make healthy choices there, Which is good. Yeah, yeah, I like my carbs. I'll stick with the rice, but I mean the poly flour. Rice really is all the rage, especially like Ito and whole 30 all of those diets. Hmm. Newsflash. I had a big potato last night. What you could do half and half probably right. So what? Eating this stuff? What is this stuff do to were diet. If you're eating the way you just said you love your carbs. So can you actually really be on a diet and the diet work if you're on carbs, Really, And truly, Yeah, if you do weight watchers or portion control, Yeah. I have a lot of friends doesn't limit carbs at all right, But portion control leaves you hungry. Doesn't it? If you haven't are portions air, so out of whack, and in this country that like I mean the rest of the world look at American size pore shit portions on people's plates or in restaurants. You should just immediately wrap half of your dinner when you go to a restaurant. It's just, you know, that's just we're so used to it now. We don't even realize we don't eat. We eat with our eyes and not with our actually think about when you eat. Do you think about when you're full? Do you think? Okay, I'm calling. I'm gonna stop eating. Do you do you're not gonna stand by you? No. Sorry. The answer is no, you don't I need to. But the problem is, you're always distracted. You're either watching TV while you're eating, or, you know, yeah. Or you're talking or you're on your phone or you're working and eating at the same time or you're standing in the kitchen. That's that's a huge problem. And I think that's one of the reasons why a lot of people have gained weight during quarantine. You know, at least when we went out to when Luis and I used to go to restaurants all the time. We would sit and look each other and talk. And we would, you know, eat smaller portions because you're more mindful. Mm. I just looking at a untidy a an overview of some of the diets that are around because this time of year to work last night Happy birthday, by the way, Happy birthday. So what? That you can you shake that off, consciously or do you need to go on a diet and get on an exercise program and use Calitri in in order for you, Victoria to lose weight. How do you lose weight? Get back to you In six months, I've been on calendar and for a while. Yeah. Just interesting when people forced themselves the eat less in my circle anyway. Always hear from people that I'm hungry. I want more because your stomach expands. So you've got a bigger hold of Phil. The more you put into it. I wonder if you think about it that way. A lot of these people remember the whole the big to do? That was when our broker got his stomach stapled or something. Remember that, you know you get it. It's of your stomach. Smaller doesn't that automatically lead to you having you know, let's to work with. So you know, I gotta put on as much weight. So maybe the diet is just eat less and exercise more about that. If it was that simple right now, tell us dollars. I like to get to the simple side of things 28 past the hour and the D. J. V show. Hi. I'm or next time with the pet show tip of the day. You know, one of the most common questions I get asked his Warren. How do I keep my cat off the counter or scratching things around the house? I've come up with a lot of different methods. Everyone works differently, Just like every cat is different. Very often. What I recommended you take some double stick tape. You put the double stick tape on your countertop. You blow up a couple of balloons put the balloons on the double stick tape this way When the cat goes to jump on the countertop Guess what's gonna happen? She had to saw the balloon's gonna break and I'll get started. Then he won't do it again. But if that doesn't work, even walking on the double stick tape, it's like Kitty flypaper. He's not thrilled about that. Some of the other things you may want to try as well is aluminum foil. Very often. Cats don't like the feel of walking on aluminum foil. So it may be a good idea to take some aluminum foil, crunch it up and put it in the areas where your cat doesn't want to go. Following these methods could make a difference with the most important thing you do to prevent your cat from jumping up on things is given plenty of opportunities and plenty of place of his own to jump on. It'll make all the difference in the World War or next time. This'll is your check it out minute with Marc Saltzman brought to you By Jesus Are your kids bored? Covert. 19 has many families spending more time at home..

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08:01 min | 2 years ago

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"Seven past the hour Now in the D. J. B program. I'm Doug Stephan with my co stars. Co host. Well, they're here. General Horn is here. Victoria Keenan is here. Jake Kerschner is here and we're into the the look ahead. Already. People are getting off of there. The beginning of the year. Those resolutions, okay, resolved to do this to do that, and they're already being broken, broken dreams of what the new year is going to be about, I would say, don't give up the civility or not to give up early. I don't have that sense that this is gonna be a good year, even though it's starting a little iffy, little scratchy, But maybe if you stick with it, you can think I'm look at all the things that are going on, actually. This month. January is be kind to food servers month. Nobody wanted New York. Anybody in your close circle of friends have a food server. What would've food service to be a waiter? Waitress, right? Yeah. Wait. Do not call me anymore. They call him Wait Persons servers. Servers. Okay. How did that By the way, the 2020 tipping did that that went till the end of the year. Right? Did that do well, and that saw that are a few of these pop up around celebrities. People did $20.20, which is much more attainable for most people on Ben. Some celebrities did the $2020 tip. Also January is clap for Health month. Get a Life month. Organize your Life Month International Teaser Month Divorce Awareness month who thought All of these things would be who is not aware of divorce. I know. Yeah, right. 70% of our population gets divorced. So this is that is the number that high now sixties I thank you. Is it really Wow. Talk about broken dreams. Hunger, Bunga. So right not to put a fine point J. How long have you been married? Uh, coming up on 10 years this year, 10 years. All right, Victoria, you were married. What? Four years now in China. Remember their wedding and a half before? Yes, Yeah. Next year, it'll be next next summer. It'll be four years. Okay, So everything's fine, Rosie, I think sometimes do you think people wait to have babies until things Ray? Okay, or do you think they have them to make things a okay? I guess it depends on the circles. You travel in both of those things. Yeah. I mean, there are plenty of people who have problems and then think kid is going to solve it. And that makes things worse. But I can't give you more to fight about right. Mortified. Oh, hey. Well, okay, if that's where you come from Under the circumstances, the California hospital that's been busted for giving vaccines to relatives. We were just talking about a uber driver wasn't it over, Driver lift driver Who was carrying somebody around. I think I heard part of the strain that conversation. The driver already had gotten shots. Everybody was pretty surprised about that. So how are these vaccines? And are they real vaccines would be my question. Jennifer. Under the circumstances Are they really vaccines or they just saw water? Mm. Could be another part of the blood tests. We don't really know that, but, yeah, I mean, I think they're real vaccines. I think that's probably why it's become a story. I think if they were injecting saltwater into each other, that would be a whole different. Headline. Probably right, I guess. Yeah, I'm just looking at these hospital had planned on vaccinating all their employees about a large number of their staff declined. They were sitting on a lot of thought vaccines. So this is where we start this yesterday with somebody that stole some of the vaccines and they thought out, so they're no good that that was in Wisconsin. This is in California. This is the second hospital in Southern California that Um, has sort of not done the protocol of the in the proper order of who was supposed to receive the vaccine. So I like friends and family. Some idiot who works for Disney went on Facebook and bragged about getting the vaccine because She wasn't in law. Who's a big deal at Redlands Community Hospital, So I mean, you're going to start to see people. There's another story in the New York Post today about there's two brothers who are two old geezers who are you know real estate developers in New York? They flew all of their rich friends on their jets down to Palm Beach, and they all got vaccinated down in Florida. They what you're not supposed to do where they get their backs arranged Well in Florida, you know, there's it's a free for all. And it depends on which county here in Florida is. We have friends who live down in Florida, and it is a mess. To try to get the vaccine. So it's just, you know, if you if you have connections work this is this is what's gonna happen with a shortage of anything. People who were connected in the grocery store world had toilet paper. You know, and and Clorox wipes. And so now, if you have money, and you have a connection to hospitals, or maybe you're a big donor at a hospital. This is the kind of these are the stories we're going to start to see now and they're gonna be jumping the line. And that's exactly what these couple planes filled filled with people who left Manhattan and flew down to Palm Beach and got vaccinated. It's terrible, but, you know, I thought about that gonna happen. That's all Go this weekend hop on your private jet and go to the Oh The thing is for a lot of Californians. It's to go to Mexico to get dental work or to get plastic surgery. I don't recommend that because you can get great stuff done in Mexico. Or you could also like losers, right? Yeah. I mean, there's like a lot of in between. But I wonder when Mexico gets the vaccine, if that's going to become, like the black market for people in the last question, Yeah. You don't think the drug lords were already all over this? They're trying to get themselves vaccinated. Getting Lords, Ted. To move the vaccine around mostly because it has to be kept under really tight, such like really taking maternity in sub Arctic. Yeah, well journal soldiers rolled out. Yeah, but I don't think Madonna's rolled out in in the same numbers that visor has yet. So I think Jen's right and I think there are already warnings that I've seen all over social media people having you know, scam stories and older people getting phone calls and saying, Hey, you know you qualify to jump the line and Pay. Then they're offering tea. Oh, they're paying a lot of money. It's just it's turning into a scam. It's terrible and people are scared and elderly and if they're homebound, they don't have a choice and they they're paying money to these scam artists. It's like robo calls. You know, Speaking of California, I don't know how many were time or people leaving California and going into other states. One of the problems there apparently is that it has the fewest homes per person. Of any state except Utah and the highest, certainly a higher than average family size. The California's become dead last in our country. With a ratio of homes to households, even with a million people leaving the state this year. How is that? How how do you? How does that mean? People are living on the street? I saw them thinking rise, okay, where if there aren't enough homes to go around is that why there's so much homeless? Action in California Do the This is one equal? The other Jennifer Yeah, I think oftentimes there's not a lot of connection between the actual shelter and the amount of people on the street. I think for people who legitimately find themselves in trouble in California. There are a lot of programs. I'm not saying This is everybody because We know we always get hit when we talk about a broad stroke, but I think mostly there are a lot of programs through churches, private organizations and even through the government that try to help people who are down on their luck financially. I think what our homeless problem Is really blowing up for is that there's a lot of undiagnosed mental illness. There's a lot of drug addiction and many times both of the same thing because people who are feeling mentally ill will use something to try to medicate themselves. The people who are out on the streets..

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"Doug Stephan, Jennifer Horan, Victoria Keelan, and now Jake Kerschner is in the fray if you will in charge of social Media How much Victoria is Julianna Stones, contributing to Social media comments these days. I don't know if he's allowed to don't cars allowed. Well, I know I don't little bullets back up. I don't know what he's allowed to do. So I have no idea if he's on social media at the moment if he's allowed to, but Ah British judge ruled just within the last half an hour. That Wiki that he is, of course, the founder of Wikileaks. We know that. But the British judge has said now that he should not be extradited to the US to face charges of violating the espionage act because he's at extreme risk of suicide. That's the reason that the this bridge is British Magistrate. The Ness, a barrister has said that the defense had provided compelling evidence that he suffers from severe depression. That he has written a Will. He saw absolution from a priest and a razor blade was found hidden in his cell at Belmarsh Prison in London, where he is currently charged with 18 federal crimes, including conspiring to obtain and disclose hundreds of thousands of pages of secret government documents, classified diplomatic cables sensitive military reports from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. In all of this. He has dumped on through the Wikileaks website. And also he did direct love. He did direct data dumps two journalists. Well, so obviously the U. S. Has had uninterested in having him extradited to they want him to be flown by U. S marshals to Northern Virginia. To face the charges, but it would expose him to 175 years in maximum security prison. That would make me depressed too. If I thought that that was my only option. So now there s so now I guess the British court is being more sympathetic to him. So we'll see where it goes. But that's a that's a big win for him because face it, you know, saying where he is in London is nothing compared to the charges he faces here. Wow. Speaking of jail, there's an execution date that has been set for a woman. Federal death row inmate. She was supposed to be put to death and that was apparently taken off the table. And now Lisa Montgomery Always convicted of strangling a pregnant woman taking the baby out of her womb eyes now now scheduled once again for execution. Was supposed to be December 8th. And now it's back on for January. 12th. Apparently they're trying to stall it till bride becomes president because he's against the death penalty. And you know, you wonder she has a history of mental illness is that What do we take into consideration when somebody does something like this? And I'm not a bleeding heart. So it's not first looked at this before. I really dug around Victoria sort of pointed me in another direction. I thought, Oh, this is heinous. This is horrible. This woman deserves to die. And I don't like I don't like the death penalty because I don't really mental illness. Make the woman who had her stomach carved apart feel any better. I mean, I don't think it does. You're still removing the rights from someone else at, But was she aware of it? Is that the question? I'm not huge death penalty advocate. But my and I've said this before one of my best friends lost. Grand parents of the night stalker, Richard Ramirez. And she said it was the only thing that would give her closure to move on. And you know what? She deserved it and he didn't And so I mean he raped her grandmother and ate her eyeballs. Good morning to that. I mean, do you really think that that kind of person needs to be sucking up here on the planet? Don't so I think for victims if it does give them closure. They should be a part of that decision. I think. Hmm. Well, they're obviously different points of view on this. If you are, depending on your religion, sometimes there's Staunch opposition to it. I don't have because of religious reason. I just think for the most part of it isn't a defect. It isn't a deterrent the other side of his sound like paying for people to be in jail for the rest of their lives when they're going to do anything, anyway, we're just paying Haven't sitting to sell or to work in the weight room or a cream or criminals of people. They're going to get out. Who knows what that goes on in prison? It's not an easy and my friends. That's the person I talk to you about Richard Ramirez. He died of hepatitis C in prison. He wasn't even put to death. I mean, California doesn't usually keeps people on death row for their whole life. But I mean, think about the medical expenses that go into treating some of these diseases to a lot of times, you'll hear the argument that it's cheaper to keep people alive than it is to put him to death and again. I'm not advocating. I think it should be only used under the most serious of circumstances, but Man, I don't know. Well, the last time a woman was executed by the government and our country was 1953 so that tells you something about the public focus. On women being executed or what the public feeling is the emotion that's attached to it. I think it's the crime. I don't think it has anything to do with the public. I think that that women statistically are not mass shooters. They're not mass murderers. They're not serial killers, and that's statistically they commit. That's true lines. Why Why is it white and women not grab a AK 47 ago? Shoot up the post office or things that guys do? What is there other than the obvious that that keeps women from doing stuff like that? I think it's a really interesting question. And I would if we ever had like a criminal behavioral expert. I think it would be really interesting. You know, you see the FBI profilers toe on different shows. I think it would be interesting to figure out what they know about the differences. I don't know the hormones. Maybe. I mean hormones are pretty powerful. Think psychologically. Women. Women are more maternal women have an empathy that I think men don't rap on And so I feel like I mean, there's probably some real physiological differences in the brain chemistry of how people treat one another so What does that say about me? I'm in touch with my feminine side. Is that what does that mean? I'm like, hopefully means you're not gonna be a serial killer. That's probably I mean, I think you probably would have gone down that path already. Despite your life. I've had play. Yes, I've had plenty of opportunity. This lady, by the way, is 52 years old. So this was she was quite young. And apparently she wanted a child. And this was the only way I think I remember vaguely what went on with this thing. She was that she couldn't get pregnant. She couldn't have. She didn't have a baby and she wanted one. So she just saw somebody pregnant, killed him and took the baby. I think the baby died. Obviously, that's not a balanced person. That's a personal, severe mental illness, right? Yeah, yeah. Right. So there's that I noticed that California is turning away a lot of patients at Jennifer. There are all these hospitals around the country..

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"You know, one of the things what is below? It is a lot of baloney here. Lot of salami has. What is it for? Grow progressively zero neither. Yeah. Somebody threw a few anchovies on it. Fat little sausage like it right? Exactly. You know, one of the things that strikes me is we're going through this list. That we haven't really heralded so much. But the if you look at the ratings and the impact that news talk radio has had, it almost has been a year of revival. I think I would look back this year. In news talk radio. I think that there have been those who have tried to dismiss what we were all about. But I think once again we were there collectively for the national conversation. I don't know that. What? Yeah, the one thing that I did want to ask you about it my feelings that you may dismiss them, But that's your prerogative number. 10 brought me around the thinking of a discussion I heard yesterday on an NPR station. About climate change. They have a daily feature on NPR about climate change. And I'm listening to this person on the year lecture me on what a bad guy I am, because I'm driving a car. That has gas or diesel power to it, and that if I was really with it, I'd be driving an electric car. And I guess I'm sick of hearing that arrogance. I don't happen to want to drive an electric car. It's not that I am not concerned about Weather and climate that sort of thing, but to listen to somebody who's basically being paid by me through federal funds. Tell me that I should be doing this. That and the other thing. The arrogance is bothersome. Even though the news talk stations that are public stations did quite well this year, as well as the commercial stations, Michael did they not. Well, yeah, they did. And the fact that you were offended by somebody generally lecturing society about the need to go from, you know fossil fuels to electricity. You took it offensive took offense at it doesn't mean that just I find it of not your election. Very personalized. It is not what we do. And we listen to the radio. He isn't that what the news talk radio is all about. The personality is somebody who's our friend, The person on the air somebody we know we're into his or her head. We hear what they're saying. We agree with what they say or don't agree, And it brings us to a point of thinking. Which is hopefully a good exercise is it that I think it brings us so I think it brings us to a point of not thinking. I think it's the opposite me in the liberal, really dancer daily dance of affirmation, targeting audiences, telling them what they already think, Making them feel good telling, giving them hope that their point of view is going to come to fruition and then You know, nimbly jumping out of the path of the bullet when when you have to dodge it because he was lying to them wrong. I know that serves both sides then, doesn't it the liberal and the concern I both sides are guilty. Uh and and I just have to throw out that electricity comes from coal to so electric power for cars is not necessarily cleaner than gasoline. And thank you. I mean, I mean where we're getting the electric from, but just put that on the side, you know that. That's not go off down that rabbit hole that you see there for next week, But I think you know you mentioned a bunch of stuff You said, you know, a revival for talk radio. There's no question talk radio is influential. It's powerful. It's given birth to talk media. All the cable news channels are offshoots of talk radio. The fact that opinion now leads as the main product of journalism organizations, is supposed to some type of objectivity. It goes back to that daily dance of affirmation. Everybody's telling. They target their audience, and then they Tell them what they want to hear. This is not thought inducing at all. It's the opposite, and it's led us to this polarization. We're at. Somebody asked me last night. I was interviewed about the year interview. And he said, Do you think 2021 is going to be a good year for talk radio? And I said at this point I don't give a damn. What's good for talk radio. I'm actually concerned about the country. That's an excellent point of view. You always just such a great job of a very concise way of putting things into the proper perspective. And that's why it's valuable to have you here with your thoughts on these issues and others. Michael Harrison is the editor and publisher of Talkers magazine. I'm Doug Stephan. It's 17 after the hour of the year in review. From Talkers magazine. You can find the list of talkers dot com The virus number one this year and I have a.

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