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Fresh "Dyke" from Inside Outside Guys
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Fresh "Dyke" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Even a governor wielded more political power. Oh, there's no doubt that Mike Miller has had much more impacts on the state of Maryland over a period of time. Than any one governor. There's no argument about it. Former Governor Parris Glendening, So we had our battles. But even when he handled battles, it was interesting way. Respected One another. Miller's Maryland flag draped coffin sits one more time under the rotunda of the Statehouse he served in for decades. This state is a lot better because Mike Miller Devoted 50 years of his life, too. In Annapolis. John Doman Wtlv News, a leading member of Virginia's new Redistricting Commission, says legislative maps will be less affected by redistricting that at any time since World War two northern Virginia may gain a little representation. Counties close to North Carolina may lose a little Imagine if marbles superheroes were dropped into a leave it to Beaver sitcom. That's the premise of the new Marvel offering one division now available on Disney. Plus w. T. O P. Entertainment manager Jason Fraley takes a look. Avengers lovebirds retired to the suburbs for a unique fish out of water story. That fish is called Wanda as Elizabeth Olsen moves dishes with housewife telekinesis, while Paul Bettany walks through furniture as the synthesized vision shot in black and white with the laugh track. It's a nostalgic ode to classic sitcoms like The Dick Van Dyke Show, Though there are hints that the suburb might not be what it seems. If there's one complaint, it's that the relationship beats feel rushed crammed into the end of each episode. But it's not too big a deal. Since we've already seen their romance grow over multiple movies. Overall, it's a unique take, providing a fresh angle on an oversaturated. John I'm deputy of the film critic Jason Freely, giving one division three out of four stars so far coming up in money News, which big tech company spent the most on lobbying last year. It's a 23. 2021 could be the year you grow your hair back, and now is a great time to do Just that. P A. I Medical Virginia is offering a new year special $500 off prp and laser treatments and.
Fresh update on "dyke" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"21 2 teenagers are under arrest for a deadly shooting in Langley Park last night. The victim Just 16 years old Prince George's County police say they've arrested 17 year old Nelson Perez of Langley Park and 19 Year Old Joshua Dorado of Chill. Um, investigators say the suspects also fired on a police officer in investigating the murder, say the bullet nearly missed him. Two suspects were arrested after a foot chase for 21. Maryland's late Senate president, Mike Miller had a career that spanned 50 years in the state House in Annapolis, and it was there that the powerful gathered to remember a man who was sometime Their opponent, often a friend. Here's w T O P. SKATE Ryan, Maryland Senate president Bill Ferguson recalled asking the man who had the job before him. Senate president Emeritus Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr for speechmaking advice. You just make a couple of jokes, you know, get your way through on my back to him. I said, Mike, I'm not that funny, though, and he said, Well, You're kind of screwed. Former Senator Robert Neill on a well known skill of Miller's I ended his command of profanity. The true art form Governor Larry Hogan closed with this to Miller, his lifelong friend. Your legacy will not ever Be for gotten God bless you. And may you rest in peace. Kate Brian w. T. O P. News for 20 to the D. C public school system is moving closer to getting more kids back in the classroom, with thousands expected to return for in person learning at the end of this month. Now, 79 of the city schools already are now offering in person instruction to about 1000 students across the city, another 4000 students or signed up to go back to class when the system expands in person instruction. February, 1st. Now imagine if Marvel superheroes were dropped into a leave it to Beaver sitcom that be cool. That is the premise of one divisions now available on Disney. Plus w T. O P Entertainment editor Jason Fraley takes a look. At the first few episodes, Avengers lovebirds retired to the suburbs for a unique fish out of water story. That fish is called Wanda as Elizabeth Olsen moves dishes with housewife telekinesis, while Paul Bettany walks through furniture as the synthesized vision shot in black and white with the laugh track. It's a nostalgic ode to classic sitcoms like The Dick Van Dyke Show, Though there are hints that the suburb might not be what it seems. If there's one complaint, it's that the relationship beats feel rushed crammed into the end of each episode. But it's not too big a deal since we've already seen their romance Grover multiple movies Overall, It's a unique take, providing a fresh angle on an oversaturated. John I'm deputy of the film critic Jason Friendly, giving one division three out of four stars. So far, I want to be a synth aside. Could someone make that happen up next in money news, another NASDAQ record. What Ivanka and Jared is Kalorama Place will rent for I'm Jeff label. It's 4 24 away. It is over. One of the sport's most notorious icons, is stepping in the octagon this Saturday. Draftkings Theophile Shal daily fantasy partner of the UFC is offering new players of free shot at millions of dollars in total prizes with first deposit If you haven't tried it yet fantasy, Um Emma is easy to play. Just pick six fighters stay under the salary cap and pile.
Fresh update on "dyke" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"And Jack. You made a great point. We're chatting earlier in your studio. Well, I want to be relevant. I want to be you want to be relevant? Preach the word of God if you want to be relevant. So thank you. Temptation that is coming up against your heart and your head. Is to allow yourself. Listen. The temptation your foot you're facing now is to allow yourself To be intimidated. Bye. The mob. I'll call it the mob. Jesus tells us We just heard God's word to Joshua. Don't be afraid, Be of good courage. Be strong. I'm with you in Christianity that is the norm. Many people today will say I wish I lived in the days of Jesus. Are you sure? Listen, they were up against the Roman Empire. I told you earlier to New York Times asked me in an interview. What are you going to do now? With Trump not being the president. I said, Are you serious? That's the best question. I told the guy insulted him. I think you'll never call me back. I said, Are you serious? That's the best question you have. I said, How about this? We survived. Nero. We've been around for 2000 years. Leaders come and go. Our leader died on the cross and rose again from the dead. Are you kidding me? I said it was never. It was never about people. You hoping you and how can you endorse someone who's womanizer knows it had nothing to do with the person that had to do with this policies? If a candidate I don't care what color they are. I don't color. What? I don't care what status they are. I don't care what party there with if they have policies that honor God in the word, they're going to get my vote. And that's that's just it. And so as believers listen, there is a real Movement Now being engineered. Charlie can talk about it better than I can. The can. Did you ever see those war? Two movies where they're cranking the cannon? The guy's going like this break in the can and the cannons going like this. That guy's going like this. They're moving their cannon right now. Toward the Christian community in America right now. Why? Because they know that something happened in this last election among the Christian community. Why? What was it? It wasn't Trump is, um, it wasn't the Trump called. It was and they're not going to get it. They just don't get it. We're blue in the face, telling them It was because they were procured Trump and many of the red candidates were For life. It's the pro life issue, and but they don't get it. And so they're they're gonna lower their weapon at you, so to speak. Like what? Our friend Ben Shapiro says. I refused to be intimidated. Is it a great line? I refused to be intimidated. Listen No one should be more. Able to Deflect attacks than the Christian We know what our mission is. And that is to bring every man woman, boy and girl into the love of God. Forgiveness of Christ in heaven. That's our mission. And we're to go all around. Doing good. That means blessing. All of those, including our enemies. And we are to let the light so shine One more thing before Charlie jumps in here he mentioned about being a light or shiny. And I thought How precious is a candle when you're walking around and you need you know when your power's out. Do I need to tell you that in California? The next time your power goes out. If you have a candle, Have you noticed how much you protect that candle candle? When you're walking around down the hallway or wherever you're at the kitchen, you protect it. The church today needs to protect its witness, which is it's candle. Jesus. I walked through the midst of the seven lamp on air and on fire for the preservation of our nation. The Charlie Kurdish This is the entertainment answer. The new Marvel Series. One division is now streaming on Disney. Plus what does actor Paul Bettany like about the progression of the show? It's really interesting if you start studying it, but we have to use see how different they are from where we begin in the fifties to where we hand in the sort of roles so we start with the Dick Van Dyke Show and then Bewitched and then we end up with Malcolm in the middle and modern family..
Fresh update on "dyke" discussed on Scott Sloan
"Like you said, there's no shortage of content out there. Yeah, that one division looks pretty cool. I like that. You know the period stuff that they do really Well, if you go from the sixties seventies, and it Z characters in a sitcom um, Alex really that that to me looks fascinating. And I generally the marvel stuff, but that I'm definitely see that It's interesting, and it's a slow burn, and even the most diehard of Marvel fan's air like where the heck is this going? But like what? Everything else that Marvel puts out. There's always a plan and you gotta trust in the plan. But it's Very interesting to see the scarlet which in vision and like the B Witch, the world and the Dick Van Dyke World. It's the first two episodes and a new episode I believe drops today, and it's that's one of the more interesting properties that are out there. Right. This one. Looks like the think a Brady Bunch episode I'm a little behind cause I'm like Yeah, I definitely want to check it out. But I'll probably just save it. And why binging it like everything else in my life. So many things in your kids really do exactly. It's like, Why am I talking to? You Ought to be home watching TV. All right, buddy. All the best. We'll talk next weekend, okay? Thanks. Have a great one had the best week in your life there. Matt Wolf for Jason, Eighth Anson in Hollywood, but he's in New York. So As we sound a lot more awake, too, because he didn't have to get up in an ungodly hours. All right. There you go. Now You know what to check out a little. Seems like a lot of this stuff is down the line a bit, Bridget, and that would be the one this weekend or catch up on. One division as I plan on doing if I get a little time anyway, and the weather looks like it's going to be very pro TV. I know it's gonna be also very pro football on Sunday, starting in 305, because you got the UFC and NFL, the NFC Championship game and my bills at 6 40. On that Sunday night, so I may not be here on Monday. I may be on suicide watch or I'll be so drunk and happy that I will be unable to come in on Monday, and for half of those you listening. Probably be happy. I wouldn't be here anyway. Who knows what's gonna happen anyway? Have a great weekend and Willie is on the way In just minutes. We'll check the bear Can't report of course noon update. Comes e and then a 12 06 Willie on your airwaves for this Friday morning on 700 wlw Cincinnati.
Joan Baez, Garth Brooks to Receive Kennedy Center Honors
"Two actors and three musicians will be the recipients of Kennedy Center honors, which have been rescheduled for May after being delayed because of the Corona virus. Pandemic correspondent Margie's Ar Letta has more actors Debbie Allen and Dick Van Dyke Country singer Garth Brooks, folk musician Joan Baez and violinist Midori will be the next recipients of the Kennedy Center honors. Usually, there's a big gala with tributes in December. This year. The center is working on a different sort of event or maybe serious of events in May that will be filmed and shown June 6 and Marty's Szaroleta
"dyke" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"The often the i call them snap back because baby dykes isn't a thing anymore. And they have like blantyre care and a snap back on this. The new baby to we should snap your god. Let's together off. High welcomed the daikin out a podcast. That recognizes harry styles and olivia wilde as a lesbian relationship. I'm caroline bear chieh. I'm melody kamali. And today we are taking out with bartender and dyke bar manager. Joe mcdaniel about dyke bars. Yes we are in speaking about dyke bars melody. Have you heard about dyke beer. I've seen some rumblings on instagram. About dyke beer. Yes i'm so excited about this. So to dykes in brooklyn including one pass guests of the pod. Who happens to have had our most downloaded episode of twenty twenty and that was our lesbian stereotypes episode last in person recording. They are launching dyke beer and of course. It's not just beer. It's beer with a purpose. That's what makes it dyke beer. They already do so much for the community and this is just their latest effort to bring awareness to our lost dyke spaces and to help save our current dyke bars which still need so much help but because the pandemic guess what it's only getting worse and worse so we need to keep supporting these spaces. It's an american saisons. Brewed with pale malt white. We and oats. They'll be having a soft launch event at the wild east brewery in brooklyn so for any of our new yorkers on january fifteenth. Bring your mask. It's from five to nine pm. Stop by you can meet the founders. Sarah and loretta and follow them online at dyke beer on instagram. And you can learn more about what they're doing. I was so excited when i saw that. They were doing this. And i can't wait to try it. Let me tell you. Beer has been getting me through this very exciting twenty twenty one this this last year. We had this last week. I've been doing right here to. This was seriously the longest week of my life. I remember. I can't get over it double checked. I triple check throughout the week. I thought i was wrong. Maybe it's been too. Yeah yeah. I mean because my birthday is on january. First and i might. That feels like a month ago. That feels.
Liverpool truly collapsing, Man City set to take over?
"We start this show at the top of the premier league or at least the top of the premier league as the odds See it of course. We know liverpool and manchester united tied atop the table but the latest odds have city installed his favorite even money favourite to that liverpool right around two to one tonight at six to one and then so on down the list the odds liverpool Not any better after. Today's words from your in cloud looks like they won't be able to bring a back during the january transfer window for more. Welcome in steve nicol and shock his love. Stevie i'll start with you. Does liverpool need to bring in a center back in the upcoming january transfer window if they are to win the premier league in your opinion. I think the simple answer is yes. If they want to win the premier league then they have to sign a bona fide Who's going to commend. And plug the gaps if nothing else with clock coming over and it doesn't seem lately that would suggest that the either don't have the on antibody of the one they have is not available. I would suggest that has nothing to do with the money. Yes i know financially. Everybody's hot and i think liverpool's i think the finances are all the if they needed to. They can go out and spend some money so the absolutely on the percent in my opinion if they want to win the premier league needs to guess Of note but that doesn't seem to be happening. Which in my mind makes the bookies correct shock. Oh what do you think. Here are liverpool's title. Chances come down to what they do in the january transfer window absolutely do. I think we saw that. A couple of years ago when the broughton van dyke as much money as as it seemed that the time was right signing and once he went down without injury against everton. This was considered that liverpool would go back to how they were then good team but not title favorites. I think for me is im- if you adding to watch t- what steve just said you need to send about as good as new has been i. That's a stopgap measure. That's if for some reason you have to go two or three games where he has has to play a role. You don't want to be going. Five and six months. As ezekiel is here with him. Filling in at center back at times some of the time but not all the retirement and in this league in particular this year in particular. You don't have a whole lot of wiggle room to get that role. Stevie manchester city. Obviously playing very well later they not a little bit overvalued though at at even money considering their four points back of liverpool right now i don't think so for the simple reason that defensively they have the best record in the in the league and the premier league and they don't like given up many goals visited on the field tomorrow with that same by has been plane recently I don't find them. Losing goals and the fight is that all season we've been winning them flourish in going forward and they seem to be doing Then that's just by news. Listen it's it's a. She felt he said forever. You know you build a championship winning say from the by And as good as said see how being previously and as good as he seemed to be. Today don't kid yourself those those great seats size of two and three years ago. When we're on. The vox people evincing vincent company. Who who when when it mark morris would would keep a clean sheet and when one no yes. We remember the one in five six seven. No but they had. They had a few one goal. Victories that were done to good defendant and this city say right now. Defensively looks as solid as any in the premier league
"dyke" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"I can't imagine that you expected that She would die before you did. No no both of them. The husband always goes i. You just assume that. And i wonder i wonder if you had any idea of what your life could be like without her. Oh i have never i didn't have a bachelorhood. I went from my mother directed into a marriage. I don't know what it is to be alone. I have to share life with someone i can't. I have friends who are bachelors and enjoy it being alone and facing life or decision i have to be able to share with someone to turn and speak to someone. I never dreamed of what happened to me. But it's going to happen. And i ran to an angel half my age and we're just we just celebrated a four th wedding anniversary On the twenty nine. What was it like for you in the time in between Bad it was bad. I had a lot of friends. You know I was kind of a sitting duck there for a while for widows. I'd find a meatloaf on your front porch or chicken soup or something. If i'm if i'm a widow and i found out that take dyke a single. I'm making a meatloaf kind of it which fund we're looking guy. You got a nice house in malibu. I have never walked up to a strange woman in my life. I never had the nerve. I was at the sag awards and saw this girl back in the green room. And i was talking to a movie star. Gwyneth paltrow and i saw her after. Excuse me i wonder if they said hi. My name is dick and sat right down as she worked here and mary poppins or something had no idea but For the first time in iowa i kept at it. I kept at it. She would bring me dinner at night. Sometimes she would by and cook me dinner at. I propose i think for a year before she finally decided to do. We were a little worried about the age difference. But no one ever senator lord. What kind of plans do you make when you're ninety hardly any any you don't make plans you except for the day. I always make list before. I go to bed at night of what i'm going to do in the morning. It always turns out to be way too ambitious no Living life day to day becomes important at. I've gotten a few ninety years old guys up off their wheelchairs walkers. And if i can get into the gym for ten or twelve minutes a day they will start. They'll start walking you see. You can't believe what does what do you do at the gym. I go in the morning. I do a treadmill. And i do regular lifting lace The whole routine of weightlifting. I never overdo. If i my body starts to feel i'm not bound to do the whole circuit and i do a lot in the water getting pool because that's the good because i have all the infirmities of my age arthritis and a cpo d in peripheral all those things but keep in moving to answer and blueberries for breakfast. The van dyke. I'm so grateful to you for taking time to come. Be on what. What an honor to get to meet and talk to this been more than a pleasure. Thank you i hope. I answered everything sufficiently absolu- dick van dyke from twenty fifteen. Maybe one of the best entertainers ever his book. Keep moving another tips and truths about aging is great for readers of just about any age. Please give it a look and of course happy ninety fifth birthday. Dick van dyke. That's the end of another episode of bullseye. Bullseye is created in the homes of me and the staff of maximum fund in and around greater los angeles california. Where across the street from me. They have just started pile driving. They're building two houses and a pile driver is involved. It may make some guest appearances on this. Show our program. Produced by speaking into microphones our producers kevin ferguson. Hey soussan and jordan cowling are associated producers. We get help from. Casey o'brien in kristen bennett. Our interstitial music is by dan. Wally also known as dj. W song is by the go team very much to them into their label memphis industries. If you want to hear the latest about what we're up to you can keep up with our show on twitter. Facebook and youtube post all our interviews there and i think that's about it just remember. All great. radio hosts have a signature. Sign off bullseye. With jesse thorn is a production of maximum fund dot org and is distributed by npr..
"dyke" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"It. Just what is gonna be a good movie. I wonder if after the dick van dyke show ended. You ever found yourself wondering Am i just going to be. Is my career going to be the guy from the dick van dyke show and that's what happened. I was either bird or or Rob petrie trains enough. It was supposed to be petri. Nobody told me. I said february on this on this the I show nobody ever corrected me. No i really fortunately ended up doing a movie. Call the morning after A good movie about about alcoholism show good as a matter of fact they. They showed a lot of rehab centers. Because the guy doesn't make it. We got in quite a bit of trouble with the national council alcohol if they wanted to have a happy ending and we let them die and this had a really positive effect people we have were. Were you already sober by the time you did that. Movie just barely just barely at I don't understand the at the wrap party. Nobody ranking if any but orange juice affected everybody. But i did chitty bang bang and what about smoking. Which is so much fun to do with norman. Lear so i gotta love a good project. I wanna play a clip from a project of yours. I had never heard anything about until i started reading preparing for this interview It was you know. The seventies were the age of television comedy variety and you show called van dyke and company yes among the cast of van dyke and company were Bob weinstein who folks my no super dave osborne right. I and a guy called andy. Kaufman and this thing This show ran very briefly. But one twelve twelve shows but won an emmy and So one of the gags on the show is that Andy kaufman would interrupt you when you were trying to do something he would interrupt you in character and He would just do these. You know weird andy. Kaufman things and So in this clip You're doing a sketch with John denver yes Pretty much the perfect person to be doing schedule. Yeah and andy. Kaufman interruption character. What are you doing here is on your show. I could come back first of all. Don't everything i say and second of all your sketch ear. Okay ladies and gentlemen. This is andy's man. Here was on our fonzie look alike contest last week. Came out and he told a joke and he was terrific. And i'm sure we're going to have him back on our show some time. You know i don't know about you but this is getting very uncovered. I'm john i'm sorry. Look at all take care of it. Okay thank you you take off your puppy too and when you go down to take off i could play record job. I think we we added on a lot. We're just loved him. We when he first auditioned For all the writers he would pay tomtoms and and did his thing. All the writers got up and walk out on him. This guy's nothing. What is he. They didn't understand what he was doing. It all neither did i. But it was way i mean how did how did he. Okay so i can see him coming in and playing tomtoms in everybody. Walking out that part. I get so how did the second part come in where he came on show time. The audience loved it. Love the fact that he would come and interrupt us and he was getting such good feedback from the audience that we just had to use them. But he was a transcendental meditation guy. And we'd be standing one day down the hall arguing about something looked down and realized andy is sitting there in a lotus position. Meditating he did a lot. He was very strange. It was very hard to talk to personally. You couldn't get a conversation going with andy. I don't know what you put your picture in the new book of You instant promo shots from the fifties from before you were a success. Let's say before you're grand success and one of the things you say is that You always wanted to look like a success even before you wore and yeah i wonder i wonder how you came to value looking good. I mean that's one of the things that i remember about the dick van dyke show is rob. Petrie always looked great. Yeah and good suit. Yeah exactly So so why do you think that was important to you. My father who didn't have any money at all was kind of a clothes horse. He's he was built like fred astaire you would go to chicago and by a bond suit two pair of pants and a coat for forty dollars but somehow on him they look good he could put anything on and he was always a sharp dresser for a guy who didn't have the money to do it and i admired my dad and i liked the way a stare at a cary grant and walter pidgeon i emulate those guys today. Kids one late hoods. It's a strange thing about generations. He was a salesman right. It would traveling salesman for sunshine biscuits. Everybody called him. Cookie was a very funny guy except when he tried to get in front of an audience fighting man though was he around a lot. When you're a kid no. He was gone five days a week really on the road so i didn't see him that often his dad my grandfather van dyke was kinda my mentor and had a great effect on me right man. One of the things that your book is about is kind of bringing joy to everyday life pursuing the things that Enliven you on a regular basis. Did i tell you the title i wanted. They wouldn't know what to do while circling the drain. A great title. They wouldn't go for genial tone. I understand why they may. But i wonder if that was something that you always did or something that you've learned in. I've heard you describe what you're living now is your third life. There's absolutely I'm on a third marriage. Lost two wives to cancer and I'm having a life a very few people in my generation get. I'm extremely happy. I have my court saturday saying constantly. I'm a computer animator and a life is just the best at i. don't worry. I'm way past being anxiety. Ridden where was that always the case. No i worried a lot about my kids are particularly during the sixties and the seventies i parent now. Teenagers is worse than ever. But my kids Ended up being absolutely nontoxic to the world. Great people when you're when you're second wife died.
"dyke" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"When you're doing that show on I was normal greater than it happened after that to begin to catch up with me. Hide gone to ingushetia. Adhd bang bay. I did a few movies. That are older and i don't know whether it was pressure. Or what but. I suddenly found myself drinking more and i should and how did you i mean how did you recognized. Did you recognize that. It's yes yes. I i never drank at work and i would rank publicly really iraq at home but in set of having a martini would have three or four. Martinis and Wake up with a kind of a hangover in the morning. I think i was very shy. And i found that martina to loosen me up and suddenly i became really sociable and i think that was the reason that i started but i have no idea. I had addiction in my personality. We've got even more with dick van. Dyke still to come stay with us. It's bullseye for maximum fund dot org an npr guy-roger npr's has built this. How tim ferriss as an entrepreneur. Author investor and podcast. Her turned himself into a multi-million dollar brand subscriber. Listen now hi. I'm joe firestone and we host after game show podcast listeners. Games we play them regardless of quality with a dozen listeners. around the world. We've had folks call in from his far as sweden south africa in the philippines. Here's an example. This is the game. We call zooey. Desch anelle where you turn the celebrities name into an animal. Putt you have an example minoa pit pun on guerrilla pits. Okay it's a high quality game. That game shows new episodes every other wednesday on maximum. Fine check us out please. Hey all its jesse again with a reminder that now the end of the year is a great time to support your local. Npr member station. Do it now go to donate dot. Npr dot org slash bullseye in. Thanks welcome back a bullseye. I'm jesse thorn. My guest is dick van. Dyke he and i talked in two thousand fifteen. He is of course an actor and comedian. Who's been working for over. seventy years. Vandyke turned ninety five earlier this month. He's also an author of several books. His most recent is called. Keep moving and other tips and truths about aging. Let's get back into it. Did it take a lot for you to get on stage to be as Kind of big and warm and sociable as your character in entertainment is no. I never was very nervous. I was nervous the opening night. Of bye bye birdie on broadway Mike scared to death. But i love the perform so and working with an audience that i got very nervous Was there something different about how you felt in a private situation in a public situation. And what do you think it was. I don't know i love performing zone. Audience to people one on one. I was little. I used to have a hard time in interviews. Even but I finally got over and the drinking Just slowly disappeared. Little by little you write in your new book. That part of it was although you're not you believe in a higher power but are necessarily religious. That part of it was prayer for you absolutely. Yeah i i think what. I don't know whether you're praying to yourself or to the almighty and what. I'm just saying that works. It helped me a lot. And i still do. How did you find it. I mean why was raised in a family. And i had been a deacon in the church i had taught sunday school and long island to Thirteen year olds so I was connection spiritual connection for even though i kind of disconnected from the institutional church. Was it natural to you when you were Gwynne you're having really difficult problems with alcoholism. And i think you right. Also in the book you had You had gone into a and you had done various things that hadn't helped you solve the problem or be helped you but not enough. Was it natural to you to pray for help. Yes oh yeah i. I'm a prayer who says a lot of thank yous. I still do something good happens. I always say thank you for that because i have been awfully lucky in my life. I recommend it for anybody. It's it's there's something that I don't know what is wholesome about it but it's almost like a confession getting things off your mind. I guess for me it's it's worthy of doing You also write in the book. Is that there's this sort of. There's bigger chapters in little chapters. One of them is a little poem that you wrote about writing down your thoughts and feelings and your plans for the next day and a notebook next to your bed to let them go Yes that's true so that you can come back to them. Yeah and i wonder if part of the appeal of prayer for you. Is that feeling that you are letting something out into. The world are letting something traveled to god and thus not having to feel like you have to hold. I think you're probably right. I kind of handed it over. So i don't have to mel brooks winter coyotes and said during the night i get wonderful ideas in the morning i wake up and i can't remember them. He said write it down so he put it pencil and paper but beside one night he had a brilliant idea and he looked at his notebook in the morning and has said write it down. It's a stupid joke. It's bullseye jesse. Thorn i'm talking to dick van dyke. His new book is called. Keep moving and other tips and truths about aging and saints. I've got dick van. Dyke here. I probably ought to place. Mary poppins off. Oh my god You're out there. You've probably seen mary poppins if you haven't you probably should because it's great so obviously One of the characters. Dick van dyke plays in. Mary poppins Sweep this is one of his signature tunes. Jim cherry jim jimmy jim. Jim torri sweeping fast lucky as cake comfy jim germany jim. Germany jim jeb. Who were when. I shaikh science. Whip you all me a kiss and that's keep to that doing that little piece there. The cockney wasn't that bad. I've taken a few moments of a little bit of something i almost. I almost got it. There was a a tweet. I saw helen mirren. Judi dench jeremy irons who asked who did the worst british accent in the history of movies and of course i won hands down. I'm number one of that. Respect book i actually. I was working with it then. Tire cash of britsh. Nobody said to me you know you really ought to work on that busy. But the sinking damsel. It seems like a testament to the power of the rest of your performance. Really is a wonderful performance and a wonderful film. I always say it's not a cockney. It's a little shyer way. In the north of england the have been shadowed by people from ohio.
"dyke" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"The next material. I have no recollection. Got the funny thing was i came to. Cbs on a seven year contract at the end of three years. That it may go. They didn't know what to do with me. And i didn't know what to do with me. That's the part that i'm interested in. Did you feel like you had a place to go in. Show business a target. Did you just think i wanted to do something. And i have to figure out what it is. That's the answer. I had to figure out. What was 'cause. I really didn't know i was happy to have the job. I was making more than that ever made in local television. But when they let me go I had three kids and a house and didn't know what i'm gonna do so abc game. It's a game show called mother's day where we did like diaper changing contests terrible but after the show i'd go out and audition for anything in the theatre maybe opera and ballet. I got a few call backs and finally got in a review which saved my neck and found out a singer dancer. Little this what. I'm curious because You had not done a lot of acting acting before that no known highschool. So what made you think you could. You are also not a singer dancer particularly so what made you think that your plan was to go from the diaper changing contest to the great way mostly desperation your i had to make a living and i always knew that i was Agile i thought well i probably could. I could carry a tune that was about it. And i was amazed getting this review called the girls against the boys bert lahr and nancy walker. We only lasted two weeks off. And then i auditioned for bye. Bye birdie and got the part. Which of course changed my life i can. I can only imagine. I mean what was it like to go into that audition with what. I'm sure were a sea of you know seasoned broadway professionals you know super triple threats and You know you're like well. I can carry a tune in. I'm very charming smile. I like many other times in my early career. My heart was in my mouth. I was scared to death. And i got up and sang a little song from music. Man and soft tissue from the music thing. There was love all around. But i never heard and i sang. Amy that Ray bolger had done and did a little soft shoe and gower champion. Walked up on stage. Said you have the part. And i almost fell into a faint. I have a feeling he saw himself because we were exactly the same size and physique i think maybe he thought i said you know. I really can't dance. He said we'll teach you. And that's what i would like flying running. Those danced my god. It would fun for me. Let's take a listen to Another clip from the dick van dyke show. My guess is dick van. Dyke so rob acclaimed eggs. Character is a television writer on the show tv tv comedy writer and he has to have his shows sponsor over for dinner in this episode and he and his wife. Laura have been Fussing over everything but the whole thing is going. You'll be surprised to learn very poorly. How about a drink. i don't drink. I always say that alcohol is too rich for my concentrator. Nothing funny about that. No that's not yes pithy either way. What did you think of last week show. Well i thought last week's show was very fun. Boy showed i if you like slapstick humor. Well you can overdo it. I of course likes slide. Hyun love it got on my show. No not not on every week now. What that's me wasn't generally both enjoyed the show. Sure you wouldn't care for or a drink. We don't drink too rich governator dialogue. We when did you when you do. I dish in for the dick van dyke show described to me where you're at and i didn't audition. I think carl had seen me in. Bye bye birdie and thought it'd be good in the part and shut me about ten or eleven scripts written and i had had a pilot of my own. I threw it out the window. The writing was just brilliant. And i should offer let me know when i took a week off from the show on went out and did the pilot. No i got hired kind of sight unseen. I didn't have to audition i. It's funny because carl reiner famously. Wrote the show for himself to start. I think they made a pilot as well with him on screen. S and you know. It didn't go and his agent basically convinced him. Look you've got half a season's worth of you've got thirteen scripts that are solid gold. Don't throw don't throw the baby away with the bathwater. Here's what was it like to go in. And not just you know. I think for an actor you often hear about it being a little bit weird to play a role based on a real person in front of that real person but what is it like when that not only is that person. Your boss But he is also a guy who failed at playing himself. Well i saw the pilot and he really was not right. I mean he was good. He was anxiety. Ridden a nervous and it. It didn't it really didn't sell. It wasn't funny so he let me literally play myself. He was great at listening to you. Your cadence your the way you spoke and wrote that way so you went ahead. You say the lines. He did that with every actor. It was amazing. Did you meet your star. Mary tyler moore like when you showed up for work. The first time. I showed it looking for the rehearsal. She was wonderful i she was about twelve years younger and i said isn't she a little young as it turned out. She was unbelievably good but the other two or three shows she picked up. The comedy and i would have been very uncomfortable working with mary. Tyler moore because i have a kind of like a moral feeling that no one. That good-looking should be that funny. It's kind of no-fare a very handsome man yourself. Mr van dyke but at least you have a big nose. You know what i mean. Oh i got no. But i mean it's it's a great comfort to me that at least you're not perfect so so good looking and so funny it's like give me a break lady. She had never done comedy. And the first couple of shows she was searching but she had maury and and rosemary and me all who has some timing and she picked it up so fast and became probably the best comedian ever. And you're right the the best looking to when you were doing that show I know that. I know you got sober in middle age yum Were.
"dyke" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Dick van dyke than simply having been born before. Tv was invented. He's a legend of stage and screen. The dick van dyke show. Mary poppins bye. Bye birdie so many more still performing today to celebrate. Dick's birthday were replaying. My interview with him from two thousand fifteen when he was only ninety he just written a book called keep moving. Which is you know what he does. He sings and dances every day. He goes to the grocery store and says hi to debbie his favourite cash share. He'll even sing a song or two on stage every now and again anyway before we get into our conversation. Here's a bit of one of the greatest. Tv comedies of all time. The dick van dyke show robin. Laura played by dick van dyke and mary tyler moore of course have accidentally eavesdropped on their neighbors and they don't like what they heard but the neighbors are coming over to play charades. Laura is acting out the name of a song. It's a song. I word over a beat. Pat destroyed no-one. Oh second word okay. Secondly little word a small petty hypocritical. Toothpaste got petty two-faced. The whole thing okay. Much stop stopover over people ask treachery treachery toothpaste appoint point. Finger figured cues indict lewis accused pearl harbor on the street where you live. Dick van dyke welcome to wolves you on the show. Good to be heard. I was glad to really you know in in your new book. There's a dialogue that you have with. Carl reiner who's A little bit than you are years. You'll get there. And he of course created the dick van dyke show and there's a little part where he describes that just once in a while his you know his tvos records. Dick van dyke from some cable channel and once in a while. when he's getting ready to go to bed he'll just watch some dick van dyke and think. Oh we did a good job that one at murderous my favorite winning goosestepping fascist humor on television and sixty five or whatever it was. Did you intend to be An entertainer when you're a kid No i really didn't it was too far away Something i didn't. I love all the shows in school. I was a radio announcer at seventeen. And i really never thought about it. I loved entertaining but as a profession it was just a too far away. To think about it happens incrementally what kind of radio announcer you joining the war. Everybody was getting drafted. I saw the ad in the paper down audition. We had a two hundred and fifty watch. Cbs affiliate and they got the job. I did the news and headed this jockey show and everything. I loved radio. I dreamed of becoming a television announcer but Things other than that. I mean this was the you're you dreaming about becoming a television announcer. This is quite literally the dawn of television absolutely. I was on television back when you had to wear gray makeup and black lipstick. Nineteen forty eight. I probably earlier than anybody terrify not to watch. It seems fine to watch in black way but in real life in front of those giant lights. It must've been awful otherwise it was fuzzy. You everything had to be distinct stark. It was at the top of mount wilson. We had to go up to the antenna laws was the only studio. There was I wanna talk to you about your career before you got into broadcasting and obviously You know television especially has been your bread and butter for most of your home but you were in television you and a friend from back home or a friend from the service had a had a stage show and i don't think i entirely understand what the stage show was. Can you describe it to me. It was something that is very popular now karaoke. We did pantomime to that was all right. I mean it's very popular now but people don't pay to see it. So what did you do besides mouths. The words well we we made comedy out of it. If it was opera. We'd do it funny There was a group called the spike jones ban. We did those which are kind of a. we were very very broad. There's no doubt about that. I was kind of jerry. Lewis of the ac. But we worked of in vegas and reno here new york. It was very popular. There were several groups doing record panama. And i thought that was all can one day. I'd go home and do something serious with my life but one thing happened after another the business. We actually have a clip of you on television from before the dick van dyke show. You had a long run with. Cbs where you were hosting. Basically every working on every kind of television program you hosted the price is right for one thing. As as a tryout. I would deliver a goodson. Todman was developing the show that bring in people off the street and they needed someone to be the mc. And i'll go home to my wife and say they're doing this. Show people guessing how much something cost. It'll never go. What was that forty years ago. Probably i didn't understand it. You hosted the cbs morning. Show alongside Someone folks might have heard of called walter cronkite. I was twenty nine and didn't know what i was doing. I'm this is a clip of you hosting a show called a cbs cartoon theater. It was a you know Anthology show a package show of What i presume. Probably theatrical cartoons So what you will hear Mostly is dick van. Dyke doing physical comedy interaction with the cartoon characters that are On a tv screen as my of just indicated. I'm dick van dyke good evening. We'd all like to welcome you to. Cbs cartoon theater stars of our show. Whom you no doubt a recognized are hicklin jekyll. Dickie duck sour puss. Gandy goose and little rover each week are stars whom. I'm very happy to call my friends. Hey plus that's next on your sleeve. Nothing on my sleeve. Yes you got next does leave. What's mix.
"dyke" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
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New artificial dam aims to save Venice from climate change-induced flooding
"Venice is bracing itself for high tide and the potential for more flooding. But a nearly installed artificial dam system years in the making is getting one of its first major tests to see how well it can protect the historic city from climate change. CBS NEWS Chris Livesay reports. During high tide in Venice. I could expect to have water up to my knees but take a a look look at at ST ST Mark's Mark's Square. Square. It It is is dry dry today, today, and and it's it's thanks thanks to to a a $6.5 $6.5 billion billion flood flood prevention prevention system system that's that's proving proving successful successful Now Now it's it's far far from from perfect, perfect, but but it it could could be be this this city's city's best best shot shot at at survival. survival. Dickins Dickins once once said, said, You'd You'd shed shed tears tears to to see see Venice Venice but overnight as 4 ft of title seawater try to engulf the city. It's these 78 retractable dykes. That could almost make you weep, says chief engineer Francesco Also, HLA is very Emotional. It's called Moe's a Italian for Moses. And just like in the Old Testament, it's parting the sea, keeping the Adriatic from swallowing its crown jewels. For centuries. It was water that protected Venice from invaders until it became the invader itself. Now these floodgates are the on Lee thing standing between the exquisite And extinction Last year, climate change and high tides triggered the worst flooding in more than 50 years, a catastrophe in a city whose lifeblood is its beauty. Catastrophe. This time averted, We felt the malls it Avery Day, more or less every day is flooded. Like a suit of armor. Yet with it takes an excruciating 48 hours to activate not enough warning to thwart a flash flood earlier this week, swamping ST Mark's Basilica and workshops like Paolo Brando, Lazio's where he's been carving gondola or locks for 26 years. It doesn't take much does it for water to come in here? No, no, no, we were you know, it's just a few inches away, he says, right at the doorstep. Just like the global climate crisis, says environmental scientist Jane DeMoss. Toe Venice I think is the canary in the mine for other places. We need to make very radical choices about how to survive in the future. And for now that radical choice is working in Venice and climate. Scientists say that low lying coastal cities in the U. S should be paying close attention places like Boston, Los Angeles and Miami that could be seeing their own severe flooding. In the coming decades that CBS is Chris Livesay reporting.
Judge upholds firing of Chicago officer dismissed in the wake of Laquan McDonald case
"Upheld the firing of a Chicago police officer for his role in the alleged cover up of the 2014 murder of Laquan McDonald. Jered Sophia Hall ruled the Chicago Police Board made a sound decision and firing Officer Ricardo Vieira Montez for making statements inconsistent with Dash Cam video that showed Officer former officer Jason Van Dyke shooting the 17 year old. Other judges last month of Hell, the firings of a sergeant Stephen Franco in another patrol officer, Daphne Sebastian. The
"dyke" Discussed on Essential Craftsman Podcast
"John thanks for taking the time to come and chat with us today. How's it. How's it going on doing great man. Thanks for having me. will you give us. I read your bio on your website. But will you give me in the audience of big picture of your background and kind of have to where you are now in. kind of. Give us the backstory. Yeah sir so by education and training or by just sending a lot of tuition money to the university of tennessee. I eventually ended up with a couple of engineering degrees. So i started my career in construction even though that might offend some people when this always used to be an engineer i make fun of engineers used to be one but i got a degree in civil engineering and then a master's in structural engineering and then went out and did the engineering thing for several years and then realized i don't really know how to build anything and i wanted to get out on the job site so transition from i'd say transition from engineering into construction. I really got laid off from the engineering firm. Heart was working for <hes>. In went and joined project management team for large commercial contractor that. Put me out on large commercial sites <hes>. Building all sorts of seven are really really like that <hes>. Did that for a few years than my way. Up working for some architects and then for real estate developer <unk>. Doing construction management so. I ended up traveling around the country building commercial real estate projects. You know big stores in the out lot developing out lots and all of that kind of stuff in that for several years. And by this time i was married had five kids now so the second kid was on the way my wife was like. I'm glad you're enjoying your job but <hes>. You gotta stick around mean. I was on the road three or four days a week wherever the projects were so. That was my first business. Started back in. Two thousand five was a construction management and real estate development company. I'm here in knoxville tennessee. So as doing that work here locally then two thousand eight hit and banks were not lending money to real estate developers anymore <hes>. So i transitioned from there and started a remodeling in general contracting business <unk>. People these days called a pivot. I didn't realize pivoting at the time. I just time. I had four kids. Three four came back them <hes>. So <hes> put the tool belt on and started a small construction company. Built it up from there and then one of my subcontractors might trim and melwork subcontractor young guy. We went to church together. His business was blowing up because he got into the high end. Trim and melwork work <hes>. Market here in our area and typical difficult construction business owner great craftsmen horrible business person and he approached me one day and said man. Your i like the way that you run your construction business and everything's always organized <hes>. I wanna talk to you about how to run a better business. So we met up for lunch and was talking to him about that and giving them some tips and tricks. And and i didn't know he was interviewing me at the time he said. Okay well i think. I need to hire somebody to run my construction business. Much mill work company and <hes>. He's an acid yeah. I think you should do that. Because you're a horrible business person but you're an awesome. You're awesome craftsmen in great with the guys out in the field and the work was just unbelievable and he just said okay. I want you to do it. And so i thought i was like i got my own thing going on. I'm okay and he's a great salesman and he's like listen. You have a small construction company is gonna take you twenty years to get where you want to be. I'm already in those projects as a subcontractor we've landed some really high end stuff but this business that we just acquired meaning that the projects coming up he said it's gonna put me out of business doing these projects because i don't know what i'm doing and <hes>. He he so he said <hes>. I want you to come and run the business. And i thought i bluff bluffing okay. The only way. I'm going to run your business that you let me run the business. You run the field our on the business. But i'm i'm in charge of the business side of it. And he said no problem and he literally pulled out of manila folder with the entire business and it just random paper. Here's the business slid across the table and said you run it and went home talked to my wife and said this is a crazy idea. This is really stupid but my friends gonna suffer and he was right. It was an opportunity to get on some really into high level projects high end projects that i'd already always been wanting to do in such kind of step back and said all right. Maybe we should do this and <hes>. So bit the bullet went on went. Joined that team as a as the chief operating officer and at the time we had six guys out in the field in within eighteen months we were at twenty two guys in. He was in debt and not making any money. And we kinda turn that around and and that wasn't all me. We had great team a great owner. That had a really good vision and i was just the execute and putting systems in place. Oh did that for about four years and then got another crazy idea saying. Hey what i've done with my businesses and now with this treadmill work business. I think i see the problem here. Within an industry. I can help a lot more business. Owners with systems. All i know construction. It's all i've ever done so after about four years of being the executive there. I left that that job and started writing books and and speaking at industry events and now it's four years later and i've been doing coaching and consulting work strictly for construction business owners since those back in twenty sixteen. So yeah right up for years. We've been doing this <hes>. Before we move on but are you recommending to your kids. They go to college. You spend a lotta time in college. You said a master's in engineering of some type so talk about that for a second. Are you gonna man. You're gonna make mom hears this. He's gonna get offended. And it. Every time i say but <hes> m. i. encouraging my kids to go to college no not specifically i'm encouraging my kids to develop skills in areas that interest them and figuring out how they can make money at it now. Some of those things that some of my kids are interested in now will require them to go to college. But especially as we're seeing in twenty twenty man colleges change. They're still the same tuition rate but they're not allowing you to go on campus and all of the other things that higher said that here's where value is. Now they're saying nope can't come to campus. We're going to do all virtually. So i think the whole world has changed so but to answer your question. No i don't encourage my kids to go to 'cause. I don't discourage them from going to college. The i feel like it's my job as a parent when you're out on your own which i got four boys in a baby girl. I say baby girl. she's five. She's always going to be my baby girl. The boys they're on their own at eighteen. You better figure out how you're gonna make money at eighteen and if that means you're going to college then you know what i took me. I was on the five year plan to get my undergraduate now. Four year plan right but i worked the entire time and paid for most of my most of my college through work. They can do the same thing so <hes>. And it looked statistically it takes most people at least six years to get an undergraduate degree and only forty percent of incoming freshman even graduate with a degree at all. So yeah do. I encourage them to go that path. Only if it interests them. Only only if that's that's where their future light. Hey you know. One of my kids wants to be a doctor yet. You probably better go to college. I have several of them that are interested in computer stuff in graphic design and other things and got my fourteen year old son this year to start working for a contractor and over the summer and he came home with more money and more cash in his pocket. And said yeah. That's what happens when you go work. And that's what happened with skill so
Interview With Shawn Van Dyke
"John thanks for taking the time to come and chat with us today. How's it. How's it going on doing great man. Thanks for having me. will you give us. I read your bio on your website. But will you give me in the audience of big picture of your background and kind of have to where you are now in. kind of. Give us the backstory. Yeah sir so by education and training or by just sending a lot of tuition money to the university of tennessee. I eventually ended up with a couple of engineering degrees. So i started my career in construction even though that might offend some people when this always used to be an engineer i make fun of engineers used to be one but i got a degree in civil engineering and then a master's in structural engineering and then went out and did the engineering thing for several years and then realized i don't really know how to build anything and i wanted to get out on the job site so transition from i'd say transition from engineering into construction. I really got laid off from the engineering firm. Heart was working for In went and joined project management team for large commercial contractor that. Put me out on large commercial sites Building all sorts of seven are really really like that Did that for a few years than my way. Up working for some architects and then for real estate developer Doing construction management so. I ended up traveling around the country building commercial real estate projects. You know big stores in the out lot developing out lots and all of that kind of stuff in that for several years. And by this time i was married had five kids now so the second kid was on the way my wife was like. I'm glad you're enjoying your job but You gotta stick around mean. I was on the road three or four days a week wherever the projects were so. That was my first business. Started back in. Two thousand five was a construction management and real estate development company. I'm here in knoxville tennessee. So as doing that work here locally then two thousand eight hit and banks were not lending money to real estate developers anymore So i transitioned from there and started a remodeling in general contracting business People these days called a pivot. I didn't realize pivoting at the time. I just time. I had four kids. Three four came back them So put the tool belt on and started a small construction company. Built it up from there and then one of my subcontractors might trim and melwork subcontractor young guy. We went to church together. His business was blowing up because he got into the high end. Trim and melwork work Market here in our area and typical difficult construction business owner great craftsmen horrible business person and he approached me one day and said man. Your i like the way that you run your construction business and everything's always organized I wanna talk to you about how to run a better business. So we met up for lunch and was talking to him about that and giving them some tips and tricks. And and i didn't know he was interviewing me at the time he said. Okay well i think. I need to hire somebody to run my construction business. Much mill work company and He's an acid yeah. I think you should do that. Because you're a horrible business person but you're an awesome. You're awesome craftsmen in great with the guys out in the field and the work was just unbelievable and he just said okay. I want you to do it. And so i thought i was like i got my own thing going on. I'm okay and he's a great salesman and he's like listen. You have a small construction company is gonna take you twenty years to get where you want to be. I'm already in those projects as a subcontractor we've landed some really high end stuff but this business that we just acquired meaning that the projects coming up he said it's gonna put me out of business doing these projects because i don't know what i'm doing and He he so he said I want you to come and run the business. And i thought i bluff bluffing okay. The only way. I'm going to run your business that you let me run the business. You run the field our on the business. But i'm i'm in charge of the business side of it. And he said no problem and he literally pulled out of manila folder with the entire business and it just random paper. Here's the business slid across the table and said you run it and went home talked to my wife and said this is a crazy idea. This is really stupid but my friends gonna suffer and he was right. It was an opportunity to get on some really into high level projects high end projects that i'd already always been wanting to do in such kind of step back and said all right. Maybe we should do this and So bit the bullet went on went. Joined that team as a as the chief operating officer and at the time we had six guys out in the field in within eighteen months we were at twenty two guys in. He was in debt and not making any money. And we kinda turn that around and and that wasn't all me. We had great team a great owner. That had a really good vision and i was just the execute and putting systems in place. Oh did that for about four years and then got another crazy idea saying. Hey what i've done with my businesses and now with this treadmill work business. I think i see the problem here. Within an industry. I can help a lot more business. Owners with systems. All i know construction. It's all i've ever done so after about four years of being the executive there. I left that that job and started writing books and and speaking at industry events and now it's four years later and i've been doing coaching and consulting work strictly for construction business owners since those back in twenty sixteen. So yeah right up for years. We've been doing this Before we move on but are you recommending to your kids. They go to college. You spend a lotta time in college. You said a master's in engineering of some type so talk about that for a second. Are you gonna man. You're gonna make mom hears this. He's gonna get offended. And it. Every time i say but m. i. encouraging my kids to go to college no not specifically i'm encouraging my kids to develop skills in areas that interest them and figuring out how they can make money at it now. Some of those things that some of my kids are interested in now will require them to go to college. But especially as we're seeing in twenty twenty man colleges change. They're still the same tuition rate but they're not allowing you to go on campus and all of the other things that higher said that here's where value is. Now they're saying nope can't come to campus. We're going to do all virtually. So i think the whole world has changed so but to answer your question. No i don't encourage my kids to go to 'cause. I don't discourage them from going to college. The i feel like it's my job as a parent when you're out on your own which i got four boys in a baby girl. I say baby girl. she's five. She's always going to be my baby girl. The boys they're on their own at eighteen. You better figure out how you're gonna make money at eighteen and if that means you're going to college then you know what i took me. I was on the five year plan to get my undergraduate now. Four year plan right but i worked the entire time and paid for most of my most of my college through work. They can do the same thing so And it looked statistically it takes most people at least six years to get an undergraduate degree and only forty percent of incoming freshman even graduate with a degree at all. So yeah do. I encourage them to go that path. Only if it interests them. Only only if that's that's where their future light. Hey you know. One of my kids wants to be a doctor yet. You probably better go to college. I have several of them that are interested in computer stuff in graphic design and other things and got my fourteen year old son this year to start working for a contractor and over the summer and he came home with more money and more cash in his pocket. And said yeah. That's what happens when you go work. And that's what happened with skill so
"dyke" Discussed on Essential Craftsman Podcast
"Essentials and our invite all of you to check it out if you're a regular instagram user. We're going to use this account as a place to share the tools. The gear the camera tech all of the products in things that we use regularly at essential craftsman. The things that we love. We're going to post and share them there. There's going to be clothing. There's gonna be like. I said antique and old tools as well as new tools that can be bought today and it's mostly photos but there'll be some stories and such. I am a very serious consumer slash online chopard. Honestly i just love it and so if you're that type of person you'll probably enjoy it but it's also good if you're not because it will be a helpful spot to find recommendations for gift items and some ideas on prices if you're shopping for something used for example. Lots of the old tools. My dad has Can kind of only be bought used and so we're going to be sharing when we share those items we'll talk and share some of the price guidelines that we have found you know like for amble anvils for example so i hope you check it out if you're an person now today's interview is with sean van dyke and learned about sean from chris. Irby's from this old house. Sean is a contractor business coach or consultant and we have hired consultants with essential craftsman. Now four times. I believe and every time we've come away way ahead in terms of what we paid the person you know we. We have fell often. Like we're kind of in another world here making this video content and we certainly don't know very we certainly don't always know what the right choices and how to strategize and how to do this and so paying for advice has been a really valuable tool for us and so i was. I don't know was really excited to learn about sean. And he's providing this same type of service for contractors if your contractor or if you know a contractor or been around a lot of contractors you'll know there's parts of the business that can get a little haywire can lead to issues in the business. This is why so many contractors. Don't make it for the long run and this is probably why so. Many contractors are always kind of behind and late and disappointing their customers. Because it's not easy to run a business talking with sean and hearing him speak just generally about contracting was really fun and kind of i i appreciate it because here's a guy who has been successful in it and helped other people become successful. It is a great business. And i'm sure we have listeners. Who are going to take away some things from this for their contracting business. That will be helpful. Sean wrote a book called profit first for contracting. If you feel like you could use some help. That would be a good place to start at a very low cost way to get some good information. The book has like sterling five star reviews on amazon and appears to be very well loved and he has other services that we talk about towards the end of the interview but for the most part this is just he and i talking about contracting what it is that makes it a challenging business.
Washington DC rally brings together Trump voters and far-right leaders
"In Washington to back his claims of election fraud. Some were met by counter demonstrators. There were at least 10 arrests. Similar events supporting the president were held in Atlanta and Walsall. Wisconsin organizer Jack Hogan Dyke once we know for sure. But the count is accurate and that there weren't any shenanigans that there weren't any fraudulent votes. I for sure would be willing to accept the result. And I think all of us that support Donald Trump would do the same thing. CBS News Brief.
Retirement in America in 2020
"Happy to bring onto the program. Dr Ken Dike Wall, the founder and CEO of age wave. Can just keynoted, the financial planner retreat that we held here at Edelman financial engines last week. This time, of course, was done. Virtually Ken's clients include half the Fortune 500. He received the American Society on a Jing's award twice. He's one of the 35 most influential thought leaders in the financial services industry, according to investment news. Ken. Thank you so much for coming back on the program record is always great to be with you. Now. The reason that I asked him to come on is because of something can said at our retreat. That I've heard. Can you say that several times you and I have known each other for 20 years. I've seen you speak more times than I can remember. You're one of my favorite public speakers. And you said something again in this event, but this time it finally hit me and it got me thinking you gave the following statistic as part of your conversation with us. You said every year in America. We produce about four million babies. And we are also producing about 20 million caregivers. Now that statistic itself is shocking five times as many people are caring for elders as they are for babies. That was really your point reflecting the aging society, right? That was the point you were making. Yes. But it got me thinking it's even worse than that, isn't it? Because when you have four million babies that doesn't mean four million new moms, lots of mom's air having their second or third baby. Which means we're not producing four million new moms were producing Maybe one or two million new moms versus the 20 million new caregivers. The dispersion is even worse than the statistic itself. Suggests, isn't it? Yeah, it's something that sort of off the radar, but it's not off the radar. I'm sure for all of your listeners because nearly every one of us is touched by this in our life, you know, looking after a mom or a dad or a spouse or brother or a sister. It's become a major part of life now and There's a couple of valuables and erected, really pull it together. First, we a cz, you know, and your listeners know we're all living quite a bit longer than humans have ever lived before. The life expectancy in the beginning of the 20th century was 47. Today. It's about 79. But by the way, I'll also tell you that there are 33 countries in the world that have a higher life expectancy than we do. We are very middling when it comes to longevity. But the really interesting piece of it is what's called health span. So our health span doesn't seem to be matching our lifespan. What I mean In the United States. On average, we spend about 10 years sick at the end of our lives, and sometimes we can even spend years dying. Now what that does is, it creates an entire segment of our population. Turning that suffering for whom Our health care system has not done a good job preventing illness or disease but also causes family members. Tohave tow walk away from their jobs, their take every Tuesday afternoon off or relocate. In order to look after either their spouse or their mom and dad and the numbers are enormous. You mentioned 20 million new ones last year, but all in is over 40 million elder caregivers right now in America. And that number can on ly get bigger, right? Yeah, it's going to get bigger and a little more complicated, and I'll explain this. First of all, one of the major variables here has to do with the relation between Men and women and let me explain in America. The average woman who's partnered with a man has a man whose 2.5 years older than her. That's the average right now. The women live five years longer than men. So what usually happens then, At the end of one's life, the mangroves, Il begins to falter. The wife will put everything inside and care for her maid for her loved one. He dies, she might be emotionally depleted. They might even be financially depleted because they perhaps didn't have the resources. Handle what happens when someone is ill. But then she's going to live another 7 to 10 years. Who's going to care for her now for boomers. Now I'm a boomer, and I think you are, too. When our parents were having us. They were averaging four kids each, so the greatest generation in the silent generation had a lot of kids. And they were kind of close at hand. Boomers only averaged about two kids each and about almost 20% of the boomers had no kids at all. And so what happens is when we enter into our later years. Who's going to care for us? And so there's gonna be more of a caregiving crunch, which means at home care industries. They're goingto surge. More and more people are going to seek out housemates. More and more. I think we need to put pressure on the medical system and our scientific systems. Because if we could knock out diseases like Alzheimer's, if we could wipe out I know that's something you're committed to if we could wipe out some of the really nasty diseases of the later years. Then we wouldn't have so many older people suffering and therefore we wouldn't have such a need for caregivers. So we've got to get the lifespan and the health span to be more in sync exactly. So this is something that is as fundamental is a gets from a financial planning perspective what we were now referring to as life planning to help people realize what your future is likely to hold, and you've got to think about it in terms of your intergenerational aspects of your family. How many Children do you have? How many of them can you rely on either because of proximity because of willingness because of financial wherewithal to be able to be a caregiver to you, And if you have suspicions that that's not going to be available to you for any of the above reasons you need to start thinking about alternative ways that you can get the care that you're going to need and not just you, but also for your spouse. Right. And another thing that's happened, Rick is it during this horrible covitz situation? 46% of all the deaths have occurred in nursing homes and still nursing facilities. And they're probably not completely to blame because they housed some of the most struggling elders by half of whom have Alzheimer's and dementia. But what happened as a result of that Is that a whole lot of people are saying to themselves, man. I don't think I want to be in a nursing home. Well, okay, then. Then you need to sit down with your financial planner and make sure you've got some resources or talk to your family. So that you could be looked after the comfort of your home in the way you want to be looked after without having to worry about being parked in a nursing home can thank you so much for raising this issue it is. I think something that we're not giving a lot of thought of. We've got an election coming up in a few days. We have the midst of the covert crisis in front of us. Andi. It's very difficult for people to look beyond the here and now given what our nation is facing imminently to looking ahead 5 10 20 years into our financial future, but it's extraordinarily important that we do so especially in the context of the election because it's our nation's leaders who were about to send or return to Washington. That are going to be key for figuring out the public policies necessary to help protect tens of millions of aging Americans over the coming couple of decades. Exactly. Ken Dike. Well, thank you so much for mentioning this your book. As I mentioned what retirees want. It's hugely popular already hitting all the bestseller lists. You're subtitle really says it all, though, about what your new book What retirees want is all about. Subtitle is a holistic view of life Third age, and that's a lot of what I'm trying to put forward in this book for our grand parents when they reach retirement age. Had a couple of three years before their batteries were out today, most of us we had 60. We have another 30 years in front of us and trying to figure out how to make sure we can fund those years and also have a great time during that stage of our life, and maybe even make some great contributions. I think it's going to be the challenge of the future. So I encourage you to pick up a copy of Ken's brand new book What Retirees Want Available Booksellers everywhere. Ken Dyke, Wild founder and CEO of Age wave. Thanks so much Kan for being back here on the program. Stay healthy. Stay safe, Rick. Thanks.
iHeartMedia to buy podcast host Voxnest
"Guess who's got the hands on Vox Nest. Radio yes. iheartmedia is to acquire the company VOX. Next will provide dynamic ad serving for heart radio PODCASTS and analytics Fox next also spreaker the sixth largest podcast host with sixty one thousand shows and blog talk radio with a further eight thousand three hundred terms wants disclosed. IHEART currently hosts with megaphone but has hosted with Speaker in the past. podcast hosts captivate has unveiled amy their audio mastering an integration engine, which is now in private beater tool offers dynamic content insertion for all podcast on the platform and also include proprietary audio processing tool. I'm an adviser. The finalists have been announced for the two thousand and twenty discover pods awards. You have until November the sixth to vote for the winners. This podcast is in the best news podcast finalists, but rap against the daily up I pod Save America and today explained. So we're not holding our breath. Silicon Valley Code Wreck Audio Journalism claims article in Washington monthly arguing that we need government regulation to keep podcasting healthy Dewey James Panel is to leave the BBC next week a former Labor MP who's responsible for BBC sounds the corporations audio APP. He was publicly sidelined by the new director-general. Tim Davie moves to be president and vice chancellor at the University of Arts in London we must have been in a hurry to leave that job starts in March. Punch shape and Australia. And podcast publisher has got one of his shows into a new spotify daily wellness podcast playlist and launched three new shows. The founders of Gotham podcast studio failed their own community focused hosting company tandem podcasting launches with member profiles and alive member Chat Service, and spotify is music with shows seems to be impossible for some time to mullen context has to pointers to to projects. He's worked with a track by track with cranium and artists Atlantic, turning February and Sharon radios wash with Simon, Lebron, Casey Krassner now at episode twenty-seven. I didn't attack stuff this. Monday. There's been significant movements in the new podcast index podcast namespace. The locking transcript funding and chapters data is now all being returned in the API responses and a lot of supporters ready been announced support from fireside, for example, which support publishing of the locking funding and transcript tags. Hyper catch, which is an interactive podcast, APP unlike any other in supports the podcast chapters tag pod friends supports the funding tag. Now, it's in our feet to if you want to see how it works blueberry now has a tool to help you submit your podcast to the podcast index works for anybody you don't have to be hosted with them at an carry rights that we shouldn't forget the listeners asking. For testing tools and a reminder that Dave Jones and Adam Curry's podcasting two point. Oh podcast. He's not on apple or spotify we linked to it though today from our show notes and our newsletter cast apart is an open source podcast platform that now supports the mocking tag both the important publish the service also supports POKES RSS USER agents list to enhance analytics you can grab the source and download it today Is there a better way to attribute platforms and APPs than a US agent we have a proposal for an audio query string I. Say we it's mind. It's probably got a lot of house in it of link to its day feedback his welcome, and if you'd like to do a spotify show with music but use youtube instead then you can't do that with a playlist and it turns out that you can do quite a creditable version using the Youtube Java script, Api, properly mixing, and talking over the songs and Jingles and all that are willing to that today from our show notes and on newsletter to. And in Podcast News, the mother Jones podcast is hosting their first ever live podcast show tomorrow four o'clock New York time willing to that today in our show notes and our newsletter, and our see national broadsheet newspaper in the Netherlands is concerned about the platforms of major tech companies that control the market. It's to move their shows like and are C. Dyke, their Daily News podcast into their own APP and our see audio from January. The first the website says certain and see podcasts will only be available to subscribers. Are. Coming down. Everywhere.
"dyke" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"But if you've ever had a turning point in your career were you say to yourself man of, I had made that chant change back then I wouldn't be the person I am today that's a burnout turning point towards purpose. So what I do is I teach people how to recognize burnout symptoms. When they sneak around the edges and then I teach them how to to build a description of the their ideal practice and to begin to move in that direction using their ideal practice as a target and creating a career on their own terms that matches ideal practice description as much as possible. I think that's Great Dyke and it's about deciding for yourself and and being able to define it and giving them the tools and strategies to be able to get after it once they've established stat and has what you do improved outcomes or made business better for some of these physicians. Oh. Absolutely. I mean you can go to our testimonial page. See. Basically, you know I stopped collecting testimonials just a couple of years into my practice every time my wife looks at the page she says it's too long and I say that point. But no, no I. I know that the tools were because I get immediate feedback from folks that we have as coaching clients of workshop participants and having said that though what I'll also tell you is that in addition to working with individual physicians and the individual physician would be being coached and in the workshop for their own personal burnout prevention for their own personal practice quality a we also work with leadership teams inside organizations because the truth about physician burnout is that when you have a doctor who works inside a healthcare delivery organization, it's a classic Canary in the Coal Mine and the key is that burn. Out here's another key insights that burnouts not a problem meaning. It doesn't have a solution meaning that there isn't one thing you can do one time and you never have to worry about burnout again, burnouts a classic dilemma in the way you deal with dilemma is with a strategy which has more than one component. So in order to prevent physician burnout inside an organization where you have a limited doctors working for a hospital, for instance, you have to have a strategy for the Canary. So you have to be able to take care of yourself and they don't teach how to do this medical school, but you also have to. Have a strategy at the level of the coal mine or the organization otherwise The doctors are simply defending themselves against a hostile culture and systems that don't work now unfortunately, that's true for about ninety percent of doctors in the USA. But we worked to do is help leaders built supportive cultures and systems that work so that both the doctors and the organization or playing a role and keeping them all happy and healthy. If that makes sense, it does it does it makes a lot of sense in that culture then propagates you know a healthier environment for everybody if you had to reflect on one of the biggest. Setbacks you've had in your your coaching and speaking experience what is that setback and what was the key learning? Well, I would say it was my own personal recovery from Brunello, own personal work with my coach and to be a hundred percent clear every bodies insights, everybody's burnout and everybody's recovery is different but this is what happened to me. It turns out that I was raised in a family where you nobody would ever have stated it this way but performance was very important from the firstborn male child My parents were the first college educated folks and their families and I was expected to achieve academically and I did. And having said that though my family was not particularly free with its praises. So. So I got attention if I didn't get the straight as, but I didn't get a lot of attention if I did and so as I was growing up, what I was wanting to do was to have my parents say, Hey, and I would performance is everything. Okay. Now No, I was looking for some sort of positive reinforcement. You know it is when your doctor you used to get great straight as and performing and all that. And it was when I realized that rather than than judging myself on my performance if I could look around and I call it the reverse differential diagnosis if I look around, I can see myself how is everything perfect right now and again, this is against the programming of physician re diagnose and treat we see problems everywhere. Right. But how is everything perfect right now and if you put yourself in that mindset, you can see that you're actually showered with blessings at all times. Especially, if I say, you know what you know what differential diagnosis says, right? Now I don't I'm GONNA show you a skin spot. I'M GONNA say Saul how many different conditions could produce that skin spot normally they're deadly condition. So we're talking about a little brown spot on your arm how many different ways can you die from whatever is causing on the inside? This is a doctor's mindset right? Well, differential diagnosis is what our make a list of all the things you are not being afflicted by right now Okay. So I don't have die Philadelphian lot of no malignant melanoma not having you know an acute M. I right I don't have Cova or a stroke I could keep going for hours after hours after hours, and all those things are not happening to be right now. So I should be grateful for that rather than worrying about things that might happen down the line. Yeah, and I it begins with gratitude it begins with acknowledging your blessings like for instance, let me just ask a couple questions saw, and this is straight from teaching Hans for criteria teeth hurt right now. 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"dyke" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts
"You first to Stephen Kay Hauser. He's a criminal defense attorney representing the Star of this episode. Gavin Dykes Steven Welcome to wrongful conviction. Thank you. Glad to be here and Kevin Dykes is on the phone with us from prison and I hope we'll be able to do something about his situation because it is awful having I'm sorry you're here Where you where you are, but I'm happy you're here with us today. Thank you for being here. Thank you for Albuquerque. This case goes back to one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six, it's got. It's got so much that you'll think I'm talking about a movie script that would be too much to be believed except for it's real. It's got gangsters named. Rondo. Would slim it's got drugs it's got S- niches that ended up on sixty minutes. It's got laws that changed and victims who testified that this was not the guy who did it it's got a guy who's in prison for three and a half decades with no evidence against him except the testimony of jailhouse niches who have recanted their testimony it is nuts but it's true. So let's get right into it and Kevin let's start with you going back to your use because you grew up in Compton rate? I grew up. At home. Poblano. Actually had a real grit upper year into. Eventually. I ended up accidentally killer. Mom My best friend. Volunteer Man Father Hick Alive. And for those of you who don't know why or see why is the California Youth Authority as I understand it your friend's death was entirely accidental just two kids who made a big mistake playing with a gun, but they still sit you away to Juvie for involuntary manslaughter and I also understand that you harbor a lot of guilt about this even though the family forgave you. Yes. Family estate, adversely virtually across the street from my family into. Feeling same. Although the family after giving Ridley, there's will come. See me when I got out. I saw what idea to that family. I didn't know how to prop there although my mother and my father, my grandmother and all kinds of people trying to help me. I didn't know how to ask for the help. that. I actually need. So I got. Hang Up. So the guilt Kinda derailed your potential teams, and after Juvie you start dealing drugs and looking outside of what seemed like a supportive home or whatever it was that you felt you needed acceptance identity whatever out in the street. So fast forward to January nineteen, eighty, six of other really bad stuff happens Jay where eighteen. Front of my house follow. A bit rolly both my smash. So I went to the hospital gave were. Knowledge of May twentieth when I got the hospital, we'll share and I had to walk and I was willing to. Yes someone tried to kidnap. Kevin. So you bought them off and they ended up hitting you with their car against a brick wall broke your hip snapped your pelvis and put you in the hospital for four months. I mean you're lucky to be alive and we haven't even gotten to the part that has you locked up right now. Okay. So It's mainly one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six, your temporarily in this wheelchair. Doing physical therapy dealing drugs for these two mid level management drug dealers named slim in Hongo. Slim and Honda decided that they were going to take over the local drug sales I believe they helped Kevin, in some of his friends with small amounts of cocaine to sell in the neighborhood and they would periodically show up and I guess resupply the local sellers including Kevin and Kevin you renting a place to stay from a man they Mr Bryce, you were renting a bed in this mobile home that sat in his driveway, right? Yeah. I was a Fan Bryant Slow Hall we add mobile home to here like bears. With a shower and all that stuff inside who talked into the driveway. Sometimes Mama Fresno state it had like six places where you freak. So older coming sweeping. Onus is Perry. WHO occasionally stayed at Mr Bryson mobile home and he's the one that was eventually stabbed Lice Limit Hondo for taking the gun. that. They had left in the trailer the night that these two attempted murders occurred outside a party at Mr Bryce House. Panel of inside the Mobile Hall I was assigned House where the Party was say Win. A fight fight after so I didn't know about teenager time. PULLED UP JAY NEW MR bikes didn't allow us in his house. The. In the mobile home. What about cousin own fast but I didn't know about that at that time. Okay. So now the stage is. Set for these crimes to take place. This is we're talking June nineteenth nineteen ninety-six. There's a little party going on Mr Braces, your friend Otis and your cousin. Pam. In the mobile home in the driveway slim in Hando, your bosses come to hang out. But out of respect for Mr Bryce, they leave their gun in the mobile home. Then your friend Lethem is at the Party and he is drunk to say the least. Eight from our hallway. On bainbridge literate and Beswick a female down dipping grab it. Jason involving the him. Actually. Go down to the pool man keep back I got. A he kept on. So I got pissed off and I hit him one. And when I heating. Honduras, slam both of them attacked. My here's what they see. Tonight even understand why get involved. Here's looking shaky. Wall. They serve people were taking advantage of my disability. Okay. So you're drug bosses are sticking up for you, but then they go way beyond what you would ever want them to do. So Fast East Buffalo tackle I got him to stop. So, he's really In shaking down the street they caught him might be under the car. Once. I got down there. I,.
Rio Tinto CEO to leave over destruction of Indigenous sites
"It's not very often that shareholders of a big multinational company forced the resignation of a chief executive. But in the case of the global mining giant Rio Tinto, it seems they have shown Sebastian Jack is stepping down after an outcry over the destruction of sacred and archaeologically important aboriginal sites in western Australia. To ancient caves in pill Burwood blown up because they sat on top of millions of dollars of high grade on all well that sparked widespread condemnation from the shareholders and, indeed, the wider public. I've been speaking to Professor Marshall Langton. She's an aboriginal academic at the University of Melbourne. She's been telling me first of all why the sites was so significant. I thought the traditional property off a group of traditional Ainas in the Pilbara Everyone refers to the buy of the shorthand P k. K p So they are extremely important religious sites. They haven't had much of an opportunity to explain to the public why they are so important to them. Although they have been a few statements in the media. They've said that they had broken they regard. This is a tragedy for all of their people before the destruction, they wanted to take their young people to these sites. And they were also of deep on through biological. And while archaeological significance as well, when they yes. Oh, they found evidence that dates human occupation of these caves to 46,000 years ago. This is during the place to say this is, you know very early on in the history of human Occupation off this continent and, you know, travels across the globe. And then I found a human hair bills and they were able to extract and I the dyke I'm in at many, thousands of years, and the interesting thing about that discovery is that the present I traditional Ainas. Are the direct descendants of those people, They say areas where off world heritage status so our Rio Tinto able to destroy them in that, such for Arnold They applied some years ago to the western Australian government under the western Australian cultural heritage eject And the minister readily granted it to them because the state of Western Australia is entirely dependent on mining rules ease. And so as far as I know, no minister in the western Australian government has ever refused a mining company. P. K. K P people tried to object, but there's no right of appeal under the legislation once the ministers might a decision, how surprised are you then? That Rio Tinto's chief executive has resigned as he said they've bean many sites in the past that have been destroyed, with little consequence for for the mining companies. But not this time. Why is that? Well, there are two reasons. I'm the first one is that in the past the indigenous land use agreements were drafted in such a way that the traditional Ainas were able to be consulted regularly and have a sigh in their cultural heritage on mining leases and really tinto quite a few years ago. Had very good Ray Shane for implementing those agreements with the Aboriginal Tradition alliance. But what Jack has done in the years that he was CEO was got that staff workforce body of expertise. And culture off, you know, operating values, and he removed all of the experts eh removed the cultural values from the company. He removed the commitment to working closely with traditional Ainas to retain the the company's Social Lawson's too upright, And that is one of the primary reasons for the other negligence that has led to The destruction of the sites has there also being a sort of cultural change in Australia as regards to the protection of these sorts of places? Yes, so many sites have been protected both by mining companies and governments. And also, for instance, you will know that the old route was closed to climates last year, and there has been a community change. Under the reconciliation action plans devised by corporations, universities associations and approved by reconciliation, Australia. People might commitments to treat aboriginal people with respect and to trait average on people's cultures with respect. The destruction of the caves was like the blowing up the Buddha statue Aryan it's on that scale of cultural heritage destruction. And it's you know, quite shocking to may that that Jack and Nevan and soul spray who will resigned had no comprehension off the gravity of what they had
What are animals saying to each other?
"For those that are new to this show. This is my little brother can help Amigo and I know this is gonNA sound strange but he honestly thinks That he can talk to docks I, am the duck Lord can't explain yourself. I. Am the Duck Lord. All ducks will dow down before me just joking because I'm not cool and let the ducks of their freedom. So I'm just like. What, and then they're like. And then get food and I see like that. which is ductless. Thank you so much. You're great. Lot, which means we should be friends and they're like. What calculator so kin do you think these docs have like something? That's like a language? Yeah. Like I some. Pretty far away from go. Whack. And they actually come now, my mother actually backs up on this. We see wind over the village and they fly in over the house keen them stands on the deck and Kohl's them and they fly in over the top of the houses and come in for landing on the river and and then just kind of swim the river and jump up in Kinsale with. Cucumbers and corn and. All the things that you feed dykes and they just and they just have the cucumbers they do. I have to be real not a big believer connor skeptical this whole scheme. But I'm not a pessimist I'm a scientist. So I really just think that can. Train them because every time he quacks, he always gives them food. So I think the ducks have just learned that quacking loud annoying brothers means food. So every time he quacks they come to him for food. But I thought, I'd run this theory by a fellow scientist just to be sure. Well. I haven't observed your brothers behavior with ducks but if he has gotten them conditioned by food to win over here arrives, they may be attracted to him by the food. Of course, if he spends time observing their behavior, he might have some insight into how the ducks behave, but I'd have to watch him to know for sure. This is Kathleen Dudzinska. He's the director of the Dolphin Communication Project. She spent the last thirty years studying dolphins in the way that they communicate. and. She says when it comes to learning what any animals are saying to each other the key is observation. You have to watch what they do, and so you want to look at what they do maybe what they say in terms of verbal signals with one another but also what the context is. So let me ask you this if you see a mother and her child walking down a sidewalk. And they suddenly grab hands. Why do you think they might have grabbed hands? Safety maybe something might have popped up. Maybe the crossing the road right. But if I tell you that they're not actually walking on a sidewalk. Of A busy street, but they're actually walking down a sidewalk in a park. than. The reasons why they might have grabbed hands are narrowed.
Ford is making face masks and face shields
"It is pressing down the accelerator when it comes to producing face masks, both for its own internal use and for donations towards putting Mohr equipment into its Van Dyke plant That's making mass and adding mask production to a Plymouth plant that's been making face Shields. Supervisor Adrian Pryce says the goal is to be able to make 4 to 5 million Mass a week. And donate 100 million of them through next year. And really, I think it's in all of our interests to help. No quell the the virus and hopefully cut off any potential second way that might come in the future for just completed a donation of 10 million Mass. Jeff
"dyke" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"You can go back and listen to our entire back catalogue for free via the website or apple podcasts. Here's Greg and we're grateful to. Nick Coward for putting us in touch. You in Hayes is I was brought up in Devon near the grapes and you'll not far away from their. Where where'd you go to punish? I went to talk to triplets. Yeah. That was the other way we went. Yeah. Used to down it was down. Know we put up in just a book side Virgin I side to. What is a big? So of the parkway now runs straight through that isn't it? There was a massive it used to be. The My vote now goes on out. Big Chris was never. Now. And your you went to secondary school way you went to. Grandma. Stop being grammar school about two or three years after we went will say, yeah, I went to ships, which is further up the Oxford Road said it was the same Fine. No Way Lifting Vinai where I lived as you go so number ninety six and so we move from from Devonshire way to vine lane in the late seventies and we were. So as you go down past the golf course on the left hand side past court drive and it's just there's a wall there that we're right right at the end of that will run a very nasty bend but really did see Dr, which is on the outside yes. You go up to the go. Yes. Of course on se dry. Nine Gene fifty-six Limi-. Isn't that strange? It is evoked when I was running the BBC thing Scotland. Four galaxy speakers and opportunity. Speak speaking. Recognizing accent we won't take from lands we drive in her. Well, mean I was. The line I was going to go into his I'm trying to think of my mom used to Babysit Ray Wilkins. Family and you had Glenn Hoddle St Perelman Wilkins oborne highs and Greg would be sort of scrappy midfielder winning the for the you remember Johnny. Yes, he was hiding aged. By when I was? At mellow night. who was thousands of scalp softer both since the youngest kid. In the out fund. Men Did never made it at school and this was the seventies keep. Chelsea Spurs fans. How did you end up a Brentford fans? My brother went. Out of the me went to twickenham technical courage to do. And he left at the end of five years not. A single bit. But he was a very good footballer and they got spotted planning for the college by Bill, Budget News and manager Andy Spent. Four years in the U. statement than the AGM. When we started young along becoming so He was probably fifteen I was pumping eleven now I was gonna be nine and. That's how we started. Guarantee is inevitable playoff question here I suppose the full of game where where did you watch that I did everything possible to try to get ticket including million chairman of the football league an annual and he said Enough Reserve Board took about and I even try to say. The fired up for to by how bucks just Leif. See why they couldn't do it and they just. Is Anybody should. Take it..
Locked Down in Switzerland and Belgium
"Start with Stephen mcfeely he operates being be on Ireland's dingle peninsula in just before the pandemic head Stephen an interest in the hotel Oberland in October and Switzerland that's where he's had to ride out the first few months of the global lockdown good and. My goodness. My Irish friend is learning Spitzer dykes. Good here in the Alps where I've been for four months. Now in splendid isolation, my plan originally was just to come for February and March, but I've I'm still here right well, what does the vibe in Switzerland right now there's a positive vibe. The society is reopening. Tourism travel has started again just no we're on the same level as it was before we had two weekends where there was crazy crowds here huge big crowds from all over Switzerland everybody who was here was from Switzerland or had to be from Switzerland. They weren't necessarily all Swiss because there's lots of international people living in Geneva and Derek and whatnot but everybody from within the barger of Switzerland over with crowds, and then it just died and Monday to. Friday went back to being really really quiet. Okay. Well, this is sort of the very beginnings of the rekindling of tourism I would imagine it'll be people traveling with within their own countries first, and then traveling within Europe, and then finally international travel and transatlantic travel. Yes. That's exactly what we're seeing. The borders here have just reopened. So we're expecting Germans and some Austrians and maybe some French to come now also, I don't anticipate huge numbers like that would have been heretofore. One. Very noticeable thing in the Valley of course, there's no American visitors. As you know, the valley also is very popular with. Chinese travelers Indians many people from Dubai and Saudi Arabia would come here and they're not here this year. So there's a noticeable difference there. So the people getting the real cultural change would be the French speaking. Swiss. German speaking part of his Switzerland and not even leaving their own country exactly. Fifty percent of our guests. Last week were French speaking Swiss and it was the first time I've ever actually met those people and I would say to them. Are you French Swiss would say no, no, we are. All MOM and so I I learned something new immediately the K. The identify as swirl. They were saying exactly what you just said they said it's like we are in a different country it's very dramatic here it's different toossion either those on the do shut down it was really cool. They were very excited to see a different part of their own country. So that was wonderful. Now Stephen you own a hotel in Ireland in Dingle Peninsula and now you own a hotel in Switzerland in Loudoun valley two of my favorite places as a businessman working in both these countries how do you compare the support getting from the government and how the two governments are dealing with this crisis? Well, the difference is. Very. Big. I'm still on team. Ireland. So I want to be positive about my own country, but there's not a lot of support coming. Heretofore in Switzerland for example, within two weeks of the crisis occurring. The. Swiss Federal Council which is the Swiss government offered ten percent of the previous year's turnover and So that's quite a considerable amount of money and they offered that as a loan which was repayable over seven years. Zero percent interest. So they're not looking to profit from it and in Ireland we really struggled to get some assistance. And we got ten thousand euros of overdraft line of credit and but repayable at seven and a half percent interest in Switzerland. We got three hundred thousand. So it's quite a big difference there no-interest at all. No interest at all. Of course, Switzerland may have much stronger and deeper reservists than Ireland, but they were able to immediately come up with assistance very little bureaucracy paperwork, and they immediately got to help us in Ireland. The experience was just simply much different to the government really weren't as proactive for as immediate as were here in Switzerland. The roots here what's around her a lot less strict as well There is a two meter rule here, but I haven't seen anybody wearing masks very much, which is kinda shocking for me because I know in Ireland the whole north of is people should be wearing masks. People definitely are observing social distance. One of my friends said to me that the two meter rule has actually brought Swiss people closer together so. That is so insightful to the Swiss society. It's more difficult thing. It's more difficult thing for Irish people or Italian people are Spanish. Two meters distance than it would be for this people or maybe the. Scandinavians. I can see by home people are wondering. Is the Irish pub culture ever going to come back the way it was with social distancing whereas in. Switzerland. Here for me like I'm I'm in the Alps I'm surrounded by fresh air and. Of of lovely space and it's been a wonderful place to be stranded, I don't even want to complain about it because although I I was stranded here for four months. It was the perfect place I felt very safe. I might have felt different if I was in the middle of Zurich or something or Geneva but I felt very safe. I'd in the Alps and it is lovely and peaceful and quiet, and of course, that's what people are coming here for anyway
13 nuns at Michigan convent die of COVID-19
"Thirteen religious sisters at a Michigan Convent have died from the Corona virus with twelve sisters passing in the span of a month, the women aged sixty nine to ninety nine were all members of a Felicien, sisters. Convent in Livonia Michigan on Good Friday. The virus took the life of sister. Mary Louisa was ninety nine by the end of the month eleven. Other sisters had passed seventeen more. More were infected, but recovered according to sister, Noel Murray Gabriel. The director of clinical health services for our lady of Hope Province, a thirteenth sister, despite an initial recovery passed away in June the sisters in presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mother Convent in Livonia as well as all of us in the province are still very much dealing with the loss of so many sisters says Suzanne Wilcox. Wilcox English Executive Director of mission advancement for the Felicien Sisters of North America the sisters. All of whom were longtime members of the convent, lived prayed and worked together prior to their retirements. The women had worked as school teachers college professors and principles. Librarians nurses and organised sister. Mary Louisa was Indiana had served as the sunshine person for the local minister, sending Peace Day and birthday cards. Cards to the sisters in the infirmary and obituary reads sister Victoria Marine dykes sixty nine lead nursing students regular trips to the Felicien sisters mission in Haiti sister Rosemary Wallach Eighty six spent eight years working as a secretary in the Vatican Secretary of State Sister Thomas Murray Would Hausky seventy three once led a second grade class to win a national prize and a Campbell's soup commercial competition. The death of the thirteen nuns could be the most serious loss of life experienced by a group of religious women in the United States since the nineteen eighteen influenza pandemic, according to Global Sisters report a nonprofit Catholic News outlet globally at least sixty one felicien sisters have died, but other religious orders have also been struck by the virus with six sisters, dying of covid nineteen at the Our Lady of Convent in Wisconsin in April. The convent closed its doors to visitors in. In March and placed strict restrictions on group activities, but the virus still reached the convent and spread quickly for many sisters who normally pray alongside those who are dying, having to socially distance during a time of grief was difficult. Normally we will share stories about the sister. We have lost during the vigil the night before the funeral says English, but we have been unable to do so. Their collective impact on the community has been and continues to be very deep, says English.
Historian Responds to Kayne West's Criticism of Harriet Tubman
"Historian is defending the heritage of Harriet Tubman, who's known to have help end slavery. At a presidential rally last night, rapper Kanye West said Tubman did not in fact helped free the slaves, which Oakland University history professor DeWitt Dyke sounds is untrue Fact. He compares her to a former congressman who recently lost his life. I would think that she and John Lewis, very similar persons who are otherwise fairly normal persons for the time period. But you see, an abnormal are unusually A strong need to try to go against the grain he goes on to say with the two wanted to accomplish challenge the things that would keep people insensible bonded spiritually bondage are racially discriminated against and try to do something about it. Like said Tubman's work went on for nearly 20 years, despite the fact that there were bounties on her head.
Remembering Carl Reiner, A Legendary Writer, Producer And Performer
"This is fresh air when Carl Reiner sitcom pilot starring him, his TV writer Rob Petrie was rejected by CBS producer Sheldon Leonard rescued it by persuading Reiner to replace the entire cast, including Reiner himself. The result. The Dick Van Dyke show was a major TV hit and made a star of its then unknown leading lady Mary Tyler Moore. Terry Gross spoke with her about the show and her TV character in 1995. What were you told about the character of Laura? Just that she was going to be a wife, a television wife, and that really had its classical parameters and dimensions that they were established. And they hardly ever varied except A Sze to whether or not the wife was the star of the show. In which case she was the funny one. Or if she were the straight man for the male star, and she was then totally supportive, but all these wives We're kind of obedient and you know, a representative of the vows to love, honor and obey. They hardly varied from that, and With with Carl Reiners character the way she was written, Laura actually had opinions of her own. While she was asserting herself. She also didn't make Dick Van Dyke look like a dummy. It was ah, a matter of two people. I mean, society's expectations of that point still said, Hey, wait a minute, lady. You only go so far here, but I think we broke new ground. And and that was helped by my insistence on wearing Pants. You know, jeans and and capri pants at the time because I said, I've I've seen all the other actresses, and they're always running the vacuum in these little flowered frocks with high heels on And I don't do that. And I don't know any of my friends to do that. So why don't we try to make this real and I'll dress on the show the way I do in real life, But it wasn't that easy. The sponsors were afraid you brazen right? They pointed specifically to if they used the term cupping under And I can only assume that that meant my you know my my seat that there was a little too much definition. And so they allowed me to continue to wear them in one episode. One scene per episode. And only after we check to make sure that there was a little cupping under as possible could coming under referring to the fit of your pants, the fit of the pants on my behind, right? But within a few weeks we were we were sneaking them into a few other scenes in every episode, and they were definitely cutting under and everyone thought it was great. The funny thing is, you know. Women liked me. They were not envious of the fact that their husbands had a crush on me. It was okay with them. They they were the first to know when I would meet people. They'd say My husband loves you so much. And he thinks you're so sexy. And this was it was not thing because they were also able to identify with me as a friend as a girlfriend. There was no resentment, no fear. Yeah, well, I think that that speaks so well for the character and your your portrayal of her. Did you do a lot of rehearsing with Dick Van Dyke? Or did you just have to do it? Minutes before the actual broken? The whole show was done in what they call multiple camera technique could still done today. But back then we were maybe the sixth or seventh show to use the technique. It began with Joan Davis, not Lucille Ball as everyone thinks John Davis did a show called I married Joan. What a girl! What a world What a life! Hey for you, and then Lucy and several other shows followed. But in that show it's a little like doing theater that's captured on film. You rehearsed for five days and then Ah, On the evening of the fifth day, the audience comes in and the camera's having blocked their moves in yours lined up with them. You film it from top to bottom in continuity. So during those five days, it was at least the 1st 3 days. It was very much a matter of rehearse. And contribute and attempt things and not be afraid to fail to make a fool of yourself. Just pick yourself up. And if it didn't happen this time, then the next time the experiment maybe it will Was a wonderfully supportive creative environment. Mary Tyler Moore, speaking to Terry Gross in 1995.
CBS To Air Classic Episodes Of ‘Dick Van Dyke Show’ Starring Carl Reiner
"Well, CBS TV will pay tribute to the late comedy icon Carl Reiner with an hour long colorized Dick Van Dyke Show. Special Dick Van Dyke Show Now in Living Color. A special tribute to Carl Reiner will feature two episodes of the classic sitcom in which he appears layer this Friday at eight on Channel two. Turner Classic movies Will host a Carl Reiner movie marathon July 28th writer died on Monday of natural causes at the age of 98.
Dallas Women Arrested During George Floyd Protests Challenge State Anti-Rioting Law In Class Action Suit
"In a bid to persuade courts to declare Texas, anti-rioting law unconstitutional. Three protesters sued the city of Dallas yesterday. Same police erroneously used riot charges and other offenses to jail them violating their free speech Rights Dallas Residents Lily Katina's Yolanda. Yolanda mcgriff and Meghan nor dyke were featured in Dallas. Morning News story that raised questions about arrests on May. Thirtieth during protests over George Floyd's death under the knee of apples officer hours after the June, Twelfth Story was published Dallas. Police said they were dropping the charges. The lawsuit filed in the US District Court in Dallas marks the first Texas effort in roughly forty years to test the legitimacy of the anti writing statute, arguing that the law is. Is overly broad and concessionaire, innocent people
"dyke" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Dyke roadwork leaving only one lane opened each way until June in the idol Dom motor group twenty four hour traffic center. I'm Jeff defriend w w j NewsRadio nine fifty thank Jeff AccuWeather forecast. Partly cloudy. Early this morning. A low forty six a mix of clouds and sunshine for the day high up to sixty eight cloudy tonight, occasional rain, especially after midnight, a low fifty that rain ends early Friday clouds break for some sun breezy days. We give to a high of sixty eight of the weekend, cooler and cloudy, Saturday a bit of rain for the afternoon into the night. I two fifty six then for Sunday. It's a bit of rain early in the morning, otherwise, cloudy, breezy and chilly. Sunday's hype to fifty two currently for Lansing. It's cloudy and fifty three mostly cloudy and fifty four no vi- to metro airport cloudy skies, forty eight degrees. It's cloudy and forty five or Detroit. We update traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the music awards honoring the best of the best in the Detroit. News exceed pop Rb gospel classical country, jazz and more everyone that makes motor City Music scene. Great altogether. One night this Friday at the Fillmore, Detroit, celebrating motor City Music at its best with classic live. Form Ince's tickets on sale now at TicketMaster locations. Details at Detroit music awards dot net and music town, Detroit dot com, Detroit music awards. Brought to you by diamond Detroit. The Detroit institute of music education and by Fago stay today. Four times a day news watch never stops. Newsradio nine fifty j. Never stops. On Detroit's number one needs to Asia. Fifty WJ. The government confirming nearly seven hundred cases of measles in the country this year. CBS news has a report coming up next. Also, the man responsible for one of the worst hate crimes in modern history has been executed also still to come three mccone county communities are taking opioid drug makers to court these manufacturers and distributors are putting their profits over the people's lives. I'm John Hewitt. Now, we get the latest from CBS news at four thirty one. CBS news update the US has hit an unwanted milestone in the measles outbreak. The number of cases is now at its highest in twenty five years, but why aren't people especially kids over the age of one getting vaccinated? There's no link between autism, and vaccinations that's been shown in multiple studies. But people find other reasons not to get vaccinated. And some parents say look, this is our decision, it's parental rights. But what happens when parental.
"dyke" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Dyke's doctors dyke. Hey there. How are you? I'm doing great. I'm so excited to have you with me today because I think that cats have maybe suffered in silence from some of these things just because people didn't know and because they like to hide their illness from us. So can you talk with us a little bit about some of the things we might need to know to keep our cats healthy with their bones. Enjoy. Oh, absolutely. And I think you're absolutely right in terms of recognising pain in cats because cats don't tend to act like dogs when it comes to showing evidence of pain cats tend to show pain quite differently in that they like to hide they will have some behavioral changes. But I think from an orthopedic standpoint, and for the pet owner to know probably some of the biggest changes that will occur and catch with pain is they will stop. Wanting to jump up on surfaces. Maybe the counter they'll want to stop jumping off of objects. Maybe they don't want to jump off the kitchen counter, or maybe they're reluctant to jump off the debt that should be a big red flag that something is bothering them. And I think the same holds true with both cats and dogs in terms of trying to keep bones joints, healthy it all revolves around keeping them at an ideal body weight in not letting them get overweight from simple standpoint, we can think of increased weight pudding increase stress on the joints, and that's going to overtime low joints abnormally which can create or contribute to our changes, which just like in people can contribute to long lasting kind of smoldering, chronic pain. So I experienced in my practice that people often say, oh, I didn't know my cat could get this or that. And I think that people maybe don't realize that cats can get osteoarthritis and that obesity could be a. Contributor. So I'm glad that you brought that up. I think that we have to be watching our cats really close to realize that these subtle changes, maybe indicators of something more serious. Oh, absolutely small changes just such as a lack of grooming or maybe someone has a very personable cat. And now the cats not being as personable, maybe they're hiding under the couch or hiding under the bed more, or when there are people around the cat would that would normally engage with other individuals usually isolates itself that can be signs that not only are painful, but maybe something more pressing from a systemic standpoint is going on from a lot of different disease conditions in cats. So some of those subtle changes for behavior in the way, they keep their coats, and those sorts of things should prompt owners to seek out veterinary attention when they feel like something's just not right? You know, maybe the cats not limping, but maybe they just seem a little offer a little odd or their behaviors a little different. That should be a red flag that maybe we ought to look into seeing what's going on. And if there's something pressing that's causing these issues. I think that it is important for pet owners do not say, oh, she's just getting old because normal aging doesn't always create these kinds of changes. And there's often something that we can do about it. You're absolutely right. I think when we look at some subtle differences between dogs and cats, so for example, dogs when they develop osteoarthritis or arthritic changes, it's usually due to some sort of abnormality in the joint. So in other words, dogs should not develop arthritic changes just because they're getting older but catcher a little different. So dogs. We consider they develop secondary are or rightous. Meaning there's something else driving. The again cats tend to develop more of a primary osteoarthritis similar to people. The issue is that we don't really know what initiates that event or causes that event. So we call it ideographic Pathak meaning. We just haven't figured out all the ins and outs. Just like in people. There may be genetic susceptibilities certainly again, wait plays a big role that also traumatic events so cats love to jump off of objects. They love to jump up on objects. And so win an animal jumps off of an object and they land on their front limbs. They're gonna put a lot of force on their elbows, the wrist and their shoulders. And interestingly enough in cats, we see a lot of elbow arthritis in my one of my suspicions is it. Over time. That's probably due to just repetitive. Loading on the elbows from cats living their normal life and jumping onto surfaces. But when we brought cats into homes now, they're jumping onto tile floors, hardwood, floors or concrete, and so the services are harder than what we would find outside in the ground. And maybe it has to do with the fact that it is in our houses. So it's the same surface at the same height every time and more repetitive than if they were jumping down. Out of a tree branch one day and off a rock the next. So I think you're really onto something. And I I want people to be very aware of these little subtle changes. Yeah. That's I think anything that. We prompt us to think that their attitude or their behaviors getting a little different we've liked to as you mentioned think that oh it's their aging. They're getting older. That's just a normal part of things. But in reality, it's not, you know, we shouldn't have an older cat that all of a sudden doesn't want to be as friendly or all of a sudden stops grooming themselves the way, they should those are sort of those outer liars that did tell something's going on that we need to look into this and figure this out. And I think that's the cat subtle signs of trying to say, hey, there's something going on here we need to to get this looked at checkout and get on top of it before it gets out of control and litterbox habits. I see a good bit of issues getting in and out of litter boxes because of pain and that gets blamed on other things. But I would encourage all of our cat lovers. Just ask your veterinarian. If if nothing's wrong, then nothing's wrong. But if something's wrong, you can do something about it. Oh, absolutely. And and you bring up a very good point when it comes to the litter box because. Some animals come in for for inappropriate elimination in. Let's say they've gone for years and years and years, and they've always used the litterbox. But now, a cat is urinating outside the litter box. And we try to track down what are some of those causes that that may be occurring in one of the things that need to be on that list is going to be paint. Sometimes simply it's just painful for the cat to crawl into a litterbox, especially if it's raised to urinate or defecate in crawl out of it. And so in other words, they sort of way into pros and cons and say I want to get in the litterbox, but it hurts. And so I don't wanna make myself heard. So I'm going to alternate urinate, defecate outside of the litter box. So it can certainly be more reasons than just behavior or urinary type issues. But can actually also be underlying pain that's involved. Well, so when you went to become a surgeon, did you realize that you would still have to deal with litterbox issues? No, no, no. No, no. I mean that was one of the things, you know, when I when I thought about bones and joints. The urinary system was so far outside of that realm. I just didn't think some of those things, but when we back up, and and really look and think we'll gosh that makes sense if after step into something just like us and people if you have really significant arthritic changes in your painful, one of the goals is to figure out. Well, what are the daily living activities that you need to do? Do you need to get into and out of a card you need to be able to walk up and down stairs. And if you do that, we need to do things to make it less painful for you to do that. Otherwise, you're going to be reluctant or unable to accomplish those tasks, and so I think in animals, it's very similar if a cat is painful and can't get into a litterbox. We gotta figure out that the cat is painful, I, but then we also have to figure out. Well, what do we do to make this cat, less painful? So that we can get no litter box and do what the cat is supposed to do on a normal routine basis. So we talked about osteoarthritis and end can you? Give us a little bit of an idea of how many cats are actually affected with osteoarthritis. And at what age that's a great question in the literature kind of goes back and forth. And and this is something we're actually just beginning to to really look at it. And so when we look at Saint radio graphic evidence. So we take an x Ray. So we can see the bones and joints. And we see evidence of arthritic changes. So in adult cats, it's been stated that about sixty percent of adult cats have radio graphic evidence of osteoarthritis what that means is. We're seeing changes on NewsRadio grabs that there's some damage to the joints the challenging thing in both people any cats and dogs is that just because we see radiographic changes on an x Ray doesn't necessarily mean the cat or the dog is painful at that current moment in time. But the interesting thing about this is that a lot of cats win, they either succumbed to disease or maybe they've. Been euthanized. And they have an autopsy done. There is evidence of arthritic changes in the joints. But the cat succumbed to a different disease process. And so that actually increases the percentage of cats that probably have arthritic changes. But we just never knew it in one suspicion could be that. Maybe we just failed to identify pain or recognize pain in these cats because they do such a good job at hiding it. The in reality. Yeah, they were painful, but we just happened to miss it because we didn't pick up on some of those subtle signs. So what do you tell your cat owners about management of the pain? Once you identify it, so cats are tricky cats are very tricky to manage pain long-term now, one of the areas of active research is what can we add in what can we develop? So that way we can appropriately manage pain and cats, and so unfortunately in cats, we don't have very good anti-inflammatories that we can give them for very long. Periods of time. We also don't have really good just oral pain medications that we can give cats. So a lot of it is if we have a cat, that's quite heedful. Let's try to use. What resources we have to try to get pain under control pretty quickly? And then see if we can do some things to help minimize the discomfort down the road. And so initially for the first three to five days, we may prescribe an anti inflammatory, we may prescribe some sort of other type of pain medication. And then we just want to have the cat can't arrest and relax for the better part of a week or two just to try to let some of the inflammation subside. But then I'm a very big proponent of physical rehabilitation. Just like many of us. If we have arthritic changes are surgeon or our primary care doctor may say, you know, what why don't you go see the physical therapist? And let's see if we can do some things to decrease, the inflammation. If we can make. Make the joint as we move it through ranger motion fill better and at the same time, maybe get some weight off and strengthen muscles to minimise pain. And a lot of times we first and foremost don't think about physical rehabilitation in veterinary medicine much at all, but it certainly on the rise. And then within veterinary rehabilitation, we tend to think dogs more than cats, but cats can undergo physical therapy. We can do things. Like what's called laser therapy? We can do therapeutic ultrasounds. We can do neuro muscular electrical stimulation, some of these exact same things that they do to people when we go to physical therapy..
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