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"ed wallis" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

03:23 min | 5 months ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"The paul anchors hit records were songs of his teenage angst with women but then back then. Almost all hit records were about that. That's a story coming up from. Ed wallis with the moment in rock and roll history at seven fifty five seven forty one right now dave williams without amy again this morning because she's not feeling well. The fda could give its full approval for the covert vaccine the pfizer covert vaccine as early as september and fox news Tanya j. powers checks in with With us again this morning from new york with more information morning tanya she feel better i will do that. She came in this morning But she just just couldn't hack it so she She went home. So this is a question you know once in a while you think of something you know you hear something and you've been meaning to look into ivan trying to figure that out. I don't understand. And i keep forgetting to ask somebody and here you are. What does this mean this. Full approval stuff. I mean millions of americans have already taken the thing. Millions more around. The world have already gotten the vaccine. It's already been given it's You know it's Approval and confidence by the medical community. What what is full approval. Well the fda has the pfizer vaccine into what we're talking about because they're the ones who have had submitted their application and have given the fda bid the data that they need to make the decision on a final approval or not what they had in order to put the pfizer drug out there so people could get their vaccination was an emergency use authorization and there are some differences between an emergency use authorization and a full approval by the way emergency. Use authorization does not mean experimental. I think a lot of people have completed the two things and think that's what's going on here. It's not an experimental drug. They already had clinical trials they were approved for emergency use authorization but between the difference between that and full approval Or things like you know. Companies can't promote their products under an emergency use authorization You know once it's in full approval been in other companies can market their drug directly to consumers but if it's an emergency use authorization they can't that's one of the differences there are more obviously It's not just a marketing thing but the full approval would also mean. I think in the bigger picture. When you're talking about dacoven vaccine the thing it made me most about is the full approval may give some people who have been hesitant to take the shot. Then they give them kind of the green light. A lot of people have said that they're hesitant to get the thing because it's only under an emergency use authorization. They said that once it gets full approval in the fda gave it its full backing and says okay. Yes this is good. We're going to sign off on this. It's a it's a. It's a fully done saying then they'll get the shot and the mta hoping that as soon as they can get that final approval done a lot. More people will decide. Okay this is what i was waiting on. I'm gonna get vaccinated now for advisory in bio intech submitted the request Back on may seventh so What three to.

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"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Now on I want you to remember Freeman Honda these offers will in March second two thousand twenty and Freeman Honda's ten minutes south of downtown Dallas ten minutes east of three sixty in Arlington ten minutes north of read out I think that a geographical oddity see Jeff Cole again Jeff Cole at Freeman Honda we make buying a Honda fun again Freeman Honda we went in I twenty just past highway sixty seven and now classic tracks with ed Wallis the it was nineteen sixty seven and the adults in America were up in arms over the lyrics in rock music that the time KLIF owned almost half the listening audience.

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"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And now classic tracks with ed Wallis there was a common misperception about how the song became a hit record most believe that a record company that had a great belief in a great record would take at the local program directors of radio stations he would play the song for them and if the PT like did he would allow that song be put into rotation it is radio station if that song was a hit in one city the other program directors nationally would see that in Billboard magazine and add the song to their stations rotation in time if enough stations like did it spread across the country and you had the hit record we all remember and that system worked well for decades but by the seventies as record labels consolidated in the independent record company almost cease to exist the major record labels started hiring independent record promoters to push their songs on radio stations and it surprises some to realize this system was starting even in the early seventies after all when the Beatles broke up who would have thought that John Lennon and Paul McCartney would fight over which independent record promoter would handle their next forty five in America are you would think that if a program director was handed either Paul or Johns next forty five any like did his station would play it because of their fame but it didn't work that way by the early seventies Paul would accuse John of getting more air play because he gotten a better record promoter but John would accuse fall of the same thing by the late seventies record labels were paying tens of millions of dollars a year to a consolidated group of record promoters if they didn't pay their labels artist in their songs would not be heard on any radio station CBS records decided they would be the first to show just how insidious this new system was and that it had nothing to do with plain the best records or the most popular groups on radio basically because these new record promoters were tied to the mob and if you didn't pay for their protection racket in the guise of record promotion no radio station would touch your records CBS decided to prove their point with pink Floyd's the wall they would pay record promoters to push that song in major markets in America just not in Los Angeles they would see what would happen meaning would LA radio stations play an undeniable hit record that was sweeping the nation if they didn't pay the promoter after all in February nineteen eighty Pink Floyd tickets went on sale for their series of concerts at the LA sports arena five shows sold out almost immediately and March twenty second nineteen eighty Lloyd's wall moved into the number one spot on the charts it would stay there for four weeks and the wall was a top ten song for almost five months but in Los Angeles not one radio station was playing that song in spite of the fact it was a huge hit nationally and everyone knew it the wall was not being played in LA because CBS records refused to pay a promoter to push it on LA radio stations that's typically think Floyd their manager could not care less about their songs being heard on top forty radio but when they got to Los Angeles to do those concerts they couldn't help but notice no station was playing their music so CBS executives were asked why they did not tell them the truth they were using Pink Floyd is an experiment on the mob's new lock what got played on air instead that afternoon they quietly hired the record promoter that handle Los Angeles and the very next day you guessed it thanks for aids the wall was plain on every major radio station in LA it was that quick independent record promoters really came into their own in the early seventies but this summit New York in nineteen seventy eight the biggest ones in the business formed what they called the network and if you didn't do business with them your record label could have all of the best artists and all of the best year records but no one in America would ever hear them by nineteen eighty two sixty minutes was working on a story about this new form of payola in the end they did not do it some believe because CBS owned sixty minutes and a major record label it was left to NBC news to run the story on record promotion and corruption in nineteen eighty six Rudolph guiliani then a US attorney convened a federal grand jury and he's subpoenaed documents from all of the record labels about their dealings with these so called record promoters yeah that did it within weeks all of America's major record companies banned the use of these independent record promoters and the music business became a bit more pure again ironically yes is rock and roll went to hell I'm as well may general manager of a finds Hyundai genesis.

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"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Twenty and don't forget the all new redesigned twenty twenty Highlander is coming this month Freeman Toyota only affordable side of the metro plex Lupe twenty Amherst just south of the north east mall and now classic tracks with ed Wallis mom was a recruiter in the U. S. navy in in the late fifties his two oldest sons billion Bob taught themselves to play the guitar and sing harmonies then when the Beatles appeared on ed Sullivan bill.

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"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Audubon BMW delivers one thing exceptional customer service white settlement road university just north of I. thirty in for war and now classic tracks with ed Wallis Germond granita was born on Staten Island and hurt himself falling out of the tree is a kid during his recovery he taught himself the guitar no one of his family's friends was a singer with the elegance who had a number one hit with the song little star that gentleman invited young carmine to the recording studio to watch the more according to carmine he was for any new we wanted to be in the music business from that day all shortly after he turned seventeen carmine went to the Brill building in New York City walked every floor until he ran into don Kirshner played his guitar and saying it is cursed there was one of the movers and shakers in the music industry during the sixties he was the right man to sing to he gave carmine a job as a singer on dental records and a song writer carmine wrote a lot of songs some of them were recorded by very famous people.

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"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

13:09 min | 2 years ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Chevrolet business elite this is wheels with ed Wallis well done actually got an opening right this week didn't miss any the worse he's he's out this week so we had to do the short opening morning everybody this ed balls welcome to wheels for the Saturday morning joining us in studio today Jeannette Collins the general manager of school infinity in Dallas good morning good morning and bait Roland who by the way is like the wife swap version of the single organization he and Eric under doll switch homes and you're now the the general manager of super absolutely proud to be there good morning and and we should point out that was not because anything was done wrong Eric still with the company we just just ready for a change of pace new new learning opportunity yeah so you went over to Subaru been with the sole organization like forever twenty five years you're about to get on full time absolutely I hope so and so Eric took your old spot you to kiss yes he had been in the super location for twelve years and I swap place with the men now I've been there about five months I've been there so long I remember when they were Humber Sir me too I remember that I want to get started today because there was another story in Markham watches as part of the Wall Street journal and they're talking about used car sales and of course like all journalists they seem to have a problem with people in the car business that know what they're doing and so good product because let me read you the first line would you like to buy a reliable used car at a good price without hearing this cheesy pitch what would it take to get you into this car today well okay how does he know it's reliable used car you know what he's talking about these online sellers and he goes on to let you know how great it is without again without evidence that you're buying a reliable used car several online car sales have ditched the dreaded price negotiations Gina how long you been in the car business come on since nineteen ninety nine but you were in college and you work at a dealership that's right in Oklahoma that's right and no worse ville Oklahoma is exactly right okay I got here as quick as I could yeah I lived in Oklahoma to we just finally got our work release paper so we could leave but by that point is when you were in college working at a dealership in Oklahoma the people up there like to negotiate yes really absolutely I thought they were going to quote unquote ditch the dreaded price negotiations maybe you've been with the sole organizational for twenty five years to people want to negotiate for cars or is it dread it now I think they just understand the process and and it makes them feel cold comfort in knowing that they got to get a good deal many years ago on Saturn came out I told you this before the show people came into the actor dealership why doesn't everybody give us Saturday experience like was in the ads are so we do so we would go out there do the whole process which if you do it right is a good process for the customer shown on the cars features benefits when I was a down I just write it up the goal what will what will we do not get a discounted I'm sorry you said you wanted this Saturday experience right and I would make a joke about it because I knew what was going to happen next they didn't want to Saturn experience at all if they had to pay a list right absolutely okay see you said absolutely Gina shaking our heads absolutely I tell him before we go on air if I say something shake your hand agree with me you cannot see that on the radio anyhow it's is it shortens the buying process and it offers a lower average price and brick and mortar dealerships so I have the prices they say if you buy from an online seller you can buy the car for two hundred two dollars less on non certified used cars on average two hundred two dollars less okay now let's walk through this because Gina how many used Infiniti state you're also last month we sold a hundred and twenty nine pre owned vehicles we sold seventy seven certified preowned off then correct me if I'm wrong your certified pre owned Infiniti sales down a lemon often are the best in the nation absolutely you've actually hit that number many times number one number one last year do you think well when people come in to get those infinity from you do they negotiate with your people yes do you welcome their negotiations are in their business absolutely we do all that I have to bring this up because remember I'm I'm quoting this gather mark watches as you're just horrible if you do that it's dreaded it's not dreaded it's what we do every day and it's what customers want they wondering what they're being treated fairly they would ask you the same question a question because you've separated out your super sales this year correct this we had our our own pre owned or used car department for the past year now but last month we sold sixty total prion Subaru's thirty of which were certified pre owned but marking our philosophy is is advertiser a fair reasonable price but always under the anticipation that the consumer was certainly feels comfortable if they have the ability to to negotiate and and we're certainly off for that without but making it easy process for them first thing that I want to go on record because I I first met knew about car way back in the seventies because if you're in Dallas Texas she knew about Carl sure and you knew about graph you know you know yeah back in the seventies everybody knew how many cars it's old Cadillacs in one year which was phenomenal and but I saw Carl in the PBS deal in search of excellence and I read the book then read Carl's book when the Chinese ripped it off did you know that you did not know that the Chinese restaurant yes you you did not know that the Chinese have counterfeit copies of customers for life by tomorrow yeah next time you're downsizing coral Askin hill show it to you and this is why we're in a trade war with China over curls book is what I understand but but my point is there's a difference between the Goshen because customer wants so they've been treated fairly and then dealerships that are in negotiations because a lowball you to get you in the door and then it's a system house a big difference I think would you agree besides shaking your head besides shaking your head yes there's a perfectly good Mike in front of you go by no absolutely I mean we it has to be a an honest very for price up front the customer does not want to come and have to negotiate all afternoon it's a quick straight for processing with the peace of mind when they leave knowing they got a good deal and you've denied again I don't want to belabor this but every time I read the stories in a business publication business journalists are supposed to test whether what they're writing is true and again I'm not discounting the few went to carve ana you could buy a perfectly good car that you would be happy with the price but everything he's laid out here there's no guarantee of that because we've had many carbonic cars and dealerships that are on the show for warranty work is there something else that needs to be fixed on fixed on it the past a hundred percent of the time okay I don't do that just just do the warranty work so I pulled some carve ana figures in the last quarter of last year their revenue jumped a hundred and twenty one percent five hundred eighty four point eight million dollars in the fourth quarter of last year they lost eighty six point four million and they did that retailing twenty seven thousand seven hundred fifty cars that means they're yield per car sold was twenty one thousand eighty one dollars remember that's the figure this must be two hundred two dollars less than they can buy a similar car for anywhere else but they lost three thousand one hundred and thirteen dollars on every used car they sold so if you add three hundred and thirteen of thirty one hundred and thirteen dollars to twenty one thousand eighty one dollars they would have to get twenty four thousand one ninety four per car to break even discount the two hundred Bucks right because they're cheaper what's the odds if their cars were twenty four thousand and your car was twenty one thousand two hundred and eighty three dollars do you think they would buy from them or you okay there there twenty four thousand break even now and just to break even but now you can sell the car even with your two hundred and two dollar price disadvantage for twenty one thousand eighty three dollars do you think it's still be writing the same story definitely not plus their vehicle would not have that the protection of being certified from the manufacturer so the big difference there no they they have that split out separately if if they sell cars for two thousand forty eight dollars less if it's a certified pre owned car but that's not a fair comparison they can't do a factory certification gambling now only the dealer can only the franchise dealer in town correct and only on certain models under conditions correct okay and that's something that's audited by the manufacture so it's a you know very worthwhile process so just don't throw this out in the open you work for dealer you can't sell twenty seven thousand seven hundred fifty used cars and three months would be nice if we could but let's just say you sold five hundred used cars a month three months in a row that would be like a supercenter right and if you lost thirty one hundred thirteen dollars on every one of the five hundred cars per month you sold at what point would they call you and say here's your resume in order pretty quick had happened pretty quick do you think you would make it the entire ninety days before they said stop if they have if they like me a lot probably your your I don't think so I think I think when the first batch of a hundred hit accounting the comptroller's owner probably right that is a this new used car person you've got in there is is dropping trip thirty one hundred dollars a car and I've got a hundred Dale's up here and that's a loss on the scary part is you think about just if that's if they're losing three thousand per vehicle our our worry about their ability to take care of the customer after the sale if you know any any issues were to come up they just send it back to the dealerships are now by and that's a challenging process further from the camp customer standpoint again I love fourth grade math we've got a guy that's good enough to write for market watch part of the Wall Street journal the doesn't take what how many did they sell what is the year what was a gross what was their nap how much do the gross per car how much they lose per car and then he comes back and says my this is the future of the car industry how does that continue to be the future of car industry everything it loses money is our future not long term well the manufacturers have their way we don't know that but he we're talking today with the baby role and he is the general manager of soul super now Eric got switched out I think it's gonna be a future edition of wife swap so he took your old job and you got here is correct okay about five months ago the gene is kind of on a wife swap two because usually the GSM but the Lexus storm for that's right now you're the general manager of the infinity store on Lemmon Avenue and coming up next even my buddy David Welch of business week is falling for this stuff why are makers want you to stop owning cars that's next on five seventy KLIF am Dane minor general manager Freeman Toyota in Hurst in two thousand eighteen Freeman sold more new Toyotas than any of the Toyota dealer in the fort worth metro area based on sales per Gulf states Toyota and today it Freeman.

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"ed wallis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KOMO

"Lower Queen Anne police investigation as third avenue closed at Mercer street until further notice your next report coming up at eleven forty four Jay Phillips. Komo news. Shannon O'Donnell has the forecast everybody. It's Wednesday night here in Puget Sound. The heat is going to be creeping in as we head into the next twenty four hours. We will start out in the fifties around the metro area on Thursday morning and ramp up quickly into the low to mid eighties around the sound by the time the day is through Mormon for some new high temperature records likely more of the same on Friday Saturday. It looks just as warm still low to mid eighties. So the heatwave lasts about three days. The sleeping weather gets a little tricky to a big Russia. Cool air coming in from the Pacific on Sunday. We'll bring us down into the seventies for mother's day. In the KOMO weather center. I'm meteorologist, Shannon O'Donnell. Fifty seven degrees right now. Seattle police continue to investigate an officer involved shooting near Seattle center. Lower Queen Anne at third Mercer. And again, it was a deadly shooting in lower Queen. Anne, we'll have more on that at the top of the hour. The co owner of a preschool and oak harbor's in jail, arrested for child rape, the island county sheriff's office. The fifty one year old man co-owns all about kids preschool with his wife detective, Ed Wallis says the man was arrested after the families of three children contacted police, but the children do not attend the preschool. Having victims come forward to our continuing on interviews. Everything else. We do have of Facebook page, the preschool opened in two thousand fifteen are states now in an agreement with the feds to work together on managing the health of our natural resources. Komo's Ryan Harris tells us it could help reduce the risk of wildfire pact signed by the departments.

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"ed wallis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KOMO

"Way south. It's affecting both directions at Alaska street near next. Komo traffic at six fourteen and the Puget Sound forecast. Now, here's Shannon O'Donnell. Here comes the wave in western Washington. Hi, everybody Wednesday night, still looking very comfortable for sleeping weather for one. More night will fall into the fifties by dawn on Thursday morning, but tomorrow afternoon that heat is finally on per seventies. Low eighties around the metro area warm enough for a few more high temperature records to fall and be set. More of the same on Friday Saturday to back into the low to mid eighties. And then by the time, we get mother's day finally cool Russia marine air starting to chip away at the heat. We'll fall back into the seventies by next Tuesday and Wednesday, the may showers return in the KOMO weather center. I'm meteorologist, Shannon O'Donnell. These updates sponsored by rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans with every step of the way, providing a seamless mortgage experience. Visit rocket mortgage dot com. Licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender. MLS number thirty thirty another number for you, seventy two in downtown Seattle at six oh six. The owner of a preschool in oak Arbor is arrested for child rape detective Ed Wallis with the island county sheriff's office says the fifty one year old man was taken into custody last weekend after the families of three children contacted police the three victims we have the the crime did not occur at the daycare. He says those crimes happened in a home somewhere in island county but Wallace ads they're interviewing preschool family. Some who believe their children are also victims the man and his wife own all about kids preschool in Okara, which opened in two thousand fifteen car thieves or having a heyday in king and Pierce counties. This week with sixty five dozen that's five dozen vehicles stolen in forty eight hours. Komo's Charlie Harger takes a look at the reasons why sergeant Ryan Abbott with the King County sheriff's office says the reports have been coming in at a fast clip, but you might be surprised to learn this isn't unusual. Unfortunately, it's.

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"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Excellence in broadcasting next up wheels with Ed Wallis. And here we go with our number five of wheels for this Saturday afternoon. Now, let's go back to Susan Susan. I do have quick question for you. Oh, okay. I have a question for you. Does your homeowner's association require that when you're at the house you put the car in the garage with the garage door shut. Oh, yeah. Okay. Then we'll make any difference. If the slower. What do you mean? It was a joke. Susan hoping to say, oh, no, we don't we're not that strict. And I go off you buy the slower they'll get that way. Got it. Okay. Question now that I'm shifting gears to cuss. I'll be looking for probably a twenty sixteen that first year that they made that where's the good place to lock? Well, again with us cars a great used cars wherever you find it. But you might wanna start call Kelly Lancaster down a classic in Arlington and have him look for you. See if he can find you on. Okay. But again, just in terms of safety availability of parts, and it's a bigger size car for your grandkids. And all that I actually think the cuss Scott, even though it's more money is going to be a much better investment for your family. All right. Well, that's what I needed to know. Go have a good weekend. Susan bye. Bye. Bye. And let's go to Jerry, and I go. Hey, Jerry, good morning it afternoon, you're taking my call. I'm concerned about this property tax situation. As you mentioned, a Texas is number three in the nation over New York in New Jersey, and I feel like of their state legislators in two thousand nineteen th put a gold on reducing education and tax overhaul bills. And they've submitted a Senate Bill to and now build three in perspective. And I think the overall goal according to give her advocate is to reduce property taxes and sub cement supplement that with a sales tax, which would be a converted to a consumer sales tax. I. The property taxes and property taxes, as you know, have risen substantially and an a good example of they're Jerry, where's is going. Because again, I kind of did this on second hand news. Well, I'm trying to get an answer standing of from your perspective as you mentioned earlier that your property taxes going up three times in the last what ten years twenty years or twenty years. Yeah..

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"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Stall in the way on seventy five central southbound at Renner in Richardson looks like it's affecting the ramp to the HOV lane with KLIF traffic on the fives. I am Bill Jackson. I'm meteorologist Brad Barton's. Our weather looks okay. Heading into the weekend. Mostly sunny and mild today with a high near seventy eight low near fifty seven with light winds today tonight, then partly cloudy, windy and warmer this weekend. We'll have strong south winds high near eighty four tomorrow more humid with high of eighty on Sunday, isolated storms possible overnight Saturday and again, Monday night with more rain and thunderstorms moving in next Tuesday. I'm KLIF WB AP meteorologist Brad Martin fifty six degrees in Frisco right now. It's fifty eight in Irving and fifty seven in Fort Worth a moment in rock and roll history is brought to you by Willard heating and air conditioning. And now, Ed Wallis. August nineteen sixty six. It was reported. The Bob Dylan had been in a motorcycle accident and broken his neck now many believe the accident story wasn't true that Dylan was simply shut away to overcome a serious drug addiction. Here's what is known that year Dylan's contract with Columbia records was up MGM had offered him one million dollars to move labels. Now. This was the first nasty battle in Iraq. Dylan had never made Columbia that much money. But he was per Stif GIS artist. They didn't want to lose him so Dylan out of sight and negotiations stalled Columbia publicly released his sales figures, which were far less than one would think and GM immediately backed off their offer and Colombia where he signed Dylan. It might not have been an accident. But it was a poor negotiating ploy. I'm Bob Dylan Spar. And would that I'm Ed Wallis a moment in rock and roll. History was brought to you by Willard heating and air conditioning on five seventy KLIF, news and information. This is.

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"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Yeah. It was bad. About one thing about doing an impression of Bob Dylan. You really can't screw it up. Yeah. You really can. Yeah. You had a motorcycle accident in nineteen sixty six maybe it was negotiating ploy. That's the story coming up from Ed Wallis the moment rock and roll history at seven fifty five. All right, seven forty one. Now at K L. I found a whole bunch of California stories. Yeah. I did this morning. I don't go looking for them. They just pop up and they're all just wacky. And even though I'm a Californian native. I tend to generally kind of ignore these things because it doesn't doesn't pertain to most of most of you are good listeners. But it occurs to me to that. There are an awful lot of people escaping California. These days in moving to Texas. So for you refugees. I thought maybe it was fellow refugees. Of almost make a regular regular segment out of this. Here's the latest the new initiative to combat climate change has been launched in California pushed by a coalition of public and private entities hoping to transfer carbon from the air into the soil. So they're going to tax your food at restaurant. This right. It's just one percent. You know, if you go in and you spend twenty bucks in a restaurant twenty cents, but still the idea is to twenty cents adds up that going to save the earth, first of all California. Custard nutty, they're going to transfer carbon from the air into the soil. Maybe that's a good idea. I don't know. Maybe it's even doable. But it's called the perennial farming initiative. How do I know that twenty cents is really going to go to this? I always wonder that. Well, it doesn't matter when you're in California. You just pay whatever they tell you. And you don't have any idea even care where it goes just like when you go to the grocery store, and they shame you into which you'd like to donate a dollar to this fund and that. Yeah. And you always feel guilty. I go into Petco. They would you like to donate to save faith in animal. How do I know this is money? That money really goes, right? If I want to donate money, I'm going to write a check and send it directly to the organization. This initiative in California set to launch in the fall advocates say could Ricky in a lot of money to be used for carbon sequestration efforts. That's how dangerous. I like this one comment from the they ask people what they thought not unhappy passer-by in Sacramento told TV station. KOA are I wouldn't be interested in doing that leave the climate alone. That's my thought to leave it will just leave it alone. And then the other thing is well, how do you know that this is not gonna make things worse? You know, what I mean transferring carbon from the air into the soil. If it makes it worse. I I don't know how you do that. Suppose their science involved. I guess but still they have to they have to talk, by the way, they have to talk all the agriculture companies in California into going with they need to convince the restaurant to go along riots. There's like seventy thousand of them, then we have this California is relatively new governor democrat Gavin Newsom. Actually, kind of funny. He wants to know why he wants to know why gas prices are higher in California than the rest of the country. And you know, what he figures it is higher taxes? No, that's what it is today. What he thinks he thinks it's the company's fault. Now, it's because they have higher taxes dollar eighteen more per gallon than the national average. That's what that's what drivers are paying. Right. So that's why the average price of gas right now in California is four dollars three cents. Crazy. That's the average price guarantee. You as big as Texas is the average Californian drives probably ten times more miles every year than the average Texan. We do a lot of driving here though, by Redding, California, the commute is long commute to commute from Irvine to L A every day that's an hour and leaves the bent on all the time of day fifty mile if it rains. It's three hours. Yeah. I'm not exactly no one time during during an El Nino year. Every freeway was flooded. It took me three and a half hours to get home. Not surprised at all. It was done the same thing. Yeah. All I. All right. We're done with that. But I'm going to have to do my my standard, California. Disclaimer, I am a native Californian. I miss an off on your as fast as he could lease beautiful place. I miss it. And I'm never going back seven forty five. Speaking of traffic.

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"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"What you are saying or not carrying about decorum? Yeah. I'm just going to continue to live my life and basically act like you are not here or a person that I'm respecting eating my apple you should just whip out a sandwich rip out your Jimmy Johns chewing it as he's about to say, I'm going to fire you that's how little importance you are, okay. The commercial free five is taking place, right? Under your noses. Glad to have you here. We're going to continue. We have the trending topics bunch of them coming up here in just a couple of seconds. We're going to hear from traffic as well. And update you on news coming up on five seventy KLIF. Today's automotive update is brought to you by Freeman Toyota and now Ed Wallis here we go Carlos going former head of Renault Nissan, currently awaiting trial in Japan for misuse of corporate funds. He's been arrested again this time for dare we say it more misuse of corporate funds. However, this time around Tokyo police, not only seized his phones and his legal papers. But his wife's passport and her phones at the same time Renault now claims their auditor seemed to have uncovered questionable financial issues with going in France, and they've canceled his retirement pension and throwing him off their board of directors. Sheryl Crow is now the latest celebrity to complain about her tesla stuck in a parking lot would move or reset for.

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KLIF 570 AM

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The latest news from the automotive economic business political or energy world. It's there for you. Right now inside automotive dot com. And would that I'm Ed Wallis and be sure to join us Saturday morning at eight four wheels. Today's automotive update is brought to you by John eagle Honda on five. Seventy KLIF News Radio doesn't require you to drive by its pick it up and read it or even sitting view it. You see radio moves with the consumer fluidly from the home to the car to the office. Pillow before back on the road to results with radio today here at Cumulus media. We work with hundreds of clients to connect with millions of our listeners every day. Go to Dallas radio wins dot com to request more information and invite our listeners to your front door. Where can you sell your ring or jewelry and get real fair market value for us divorce your ring dot com? That's where you just got divorced. You wanna sell that expensive ring sell it to divorce your ring dot com and with the cash you can afford that divorce attorney a divorce your ring dot com. They make it easy for you to divorce your ringer jewelry for a quick quote. Take a picture and send it to divorce. Your ring dot com or go online to divorce your ring dot com. It's easy to sell your ring or jewelry at divorce your ring dot com. One eighty over one you and I had a stroke when I woke up I can speak walk one forty five over ninety two and then I had a heart attack one hundred and eighty two over one hundred I had a heart attack and cardiac arrest, and then a stroke everything changed it felt like my life is over. This is what high blood pressure sounds like you might not feel at symptoms, but the results from a heart attack or stroke or for from invisible or silent one fifty over ninety and I add a stroke. I would've followed a treatment plan would not be in this situation. One eighty over one ten and I had a stroke, then I'm thirty three. So.

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"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"They want three thousand dollars, and I've read about this online. Again, you really went upset a dealer telling me found out information online from blog. Do you know why because they have technical service bulletins if they know it's a problem if they know it's a recall, they're gonna fix it period. Hey said, so the work seems premature for the pilot. So I asked technician to ask Honda for subsidies, and they declined well, a number one Honda dealer be. I actually don't know anything about this transaction at all. I don't know if he did the maintenance, I don't know if he did the all changes. I don't know if he had his valves adjusted. I don't know anything about this transaction. I dunno where he bought the pilot. I don't know if he took it back to that dealer to do all the maintenance on it. I don't know anything about it. I don't know if he bought it new and or used, but he wants me to get involved in it. Well, a I don't know anybody at this dealership. I can't pick up the phone, and because I don't know them if they lied to me to my face. I wouldn't know if they were lying or telling me the truth. But if I pick up on the on the phone here, Nicole Chad chase. I know if Chad tells me something, it's true. That's it. I know. And I just ride this, and I don't want to get involved in this because again. He thinks he's given me a ton of information. And he is giving me no information. Last september. I purchased the two thousand eighteen Chrysler Pacifica s limited again, not somebody on this show. It's taking a really long time for the system decide the battery sufficiently charged perform the start stop function. And then he continues on with it. And I said, yeah. Dealers not on the show. He's an electrical engineer to boot. And again. I don't need him going into a dealership and saying Ed Wallis thinks you're lying to me. If you have reached the point where you need me to validate what you suspect is happening that somebody's blowing your off you picked the wrong dealer. But it gets better purchase the two thousand sixteen f one fifty Larry at forty five thousand miles had the truck three months fifty three thousand miles. Now. Make a long story short broke down to the dealership. I bought it from not on this show. And they have to put an engine in it..

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"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"ed wallis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"One real news and information, five seventy KLIF. Forty one K L I F. He had his first hit in nineteen fifty eight. And he's still in prison for his last hit. Really? Yeah. Yeah. Ed Wallis will have the moment in rock and roll history. And that story coming up in just a few minutes. All right, seven forty two now at K L I F, apparently, there's growing number of people who just can't decide if they wanna have kids. I guess there's never a right time. They had kids. So they're having other people do it for them. We all this is this is something that all married couples go through trying to decide if and when they want right, right? But don't you just talk about it to each other? Maybe you talk with your parents, maybe you talk with your older siblings or your friends. But they're paying people. Now, really, let's check in with Robin guess guy, who's here with the story apprised of the group of people that we are talking about our millennials you have younger people that should be no surprise. But that is the the childbearing years that we're talking about this group of people are millennials. Now, the reason that they have started this growing industry of people that they are paying out the make decisions is because they are waiting longer to get married. It's very well documented that they are much older when they decide to get married. We'll presumably more mature and ready to answer. This question is it can be something that they never thought about before. Right. And obviously when you're dating someone and you have you have discussions about that Senate. It's not a surprise. I just want to know if that other person wants to have children because they don't and you want them. That's the problem. Exactly. That's a very, you know, incompatibility. But so there's also the latch key generation. I mean, there are there are there at the tail end of it, you know, where they had had separated and divorced parents. They've grew up in single parent households. They saw how hard it is. And how people did struggle. You know, raising a child on your own, and they kind of have some conflicts about that. So basically, what's happened is this industry is kind of popped up that is full of coaches, and classes and self help books and all these things that are designed to help someone come to the decision of having children. You're exactly not say, they're not asking one particular person decide for me. It's like a class is there. Well, there are several different options. One of them is called. There's like there's a an an analyst in Massachusetts who had offers this class. It's a one day course called the baby decision. And I'm assuming that that they give them all of the facts about you. It costs this much to have a child, you know, attentiveness and all of this things that all of these things that you have to think about one hundred and fifteen dollars a person to basically to go in there and listen to somebody bring up all of the ins and outs of being run. This was about to say I could. Robin. Let's start this class said. Yeah. One hundred and fifteen dollars a person and in one day. I mean, I'm assuming half day. There's a there are online therapy groups, one of them is by led by woman who calls herself, a motherhood clarity, Michigan motherhood. I need to get her on clarity meant we get her on please. Oh, but this is.

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