36 Burst results for "Howard Howard"
AJ Might Have to Change His Opinion on Chris Pratt
"I'm just not gung Ho on Chris Pratt. I think he's a bore. But now I found something out that might make him inch up my list of, you know, good men, good actors and maybe just maybe I might have to take them off my shit list. So here's what's up. Bryce Dallas Howard, his costar in Jurassic World. She just recently revealed that she was paid a ton less money than Chris Pratt. This has been going on in Hollywood for, you know, dare I say a century. But it's been going on for a long time. If you've read about certain actresses who have campaigned to get more money, scholar Johansson comes to mind and they broke down the bigwigs in Hollywood and cut those big checks. But by and large, women get considerably less than their male costars. So initially, it was reported that she got paid so much less. Back in 2018, variety said that Bryce Dallas, Howard was making $2 million less than Pratt for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, she made 8 million Pratt made ten. I know there's a $2 million shortage there, but I don't know anybody that can complain to make 8 million bucks for 40 days work. But they're in this field and they're allowed to complain. But now Bryce Dallas Howard has opened up about the gender pay gap in an interview and she wanted to clarify that this disparity in how much money how much less money she made was really inaccurate. She said the reports were interesting because I was paid so much less than what the reports even said. So much less. She said, what you started negotiating for Jurassic, it was 2014. It was a different world back then. You never heard big talk about women getting equal pay as bad as that sounds. fortunately, when you make a Jurassic Park movie, sign up for three movies. So your deals are kind of set. They're set in stone. And she wouldn't say how much to pay gap was, but she did share the fact that she discussed this situation with Chris Pratt. He didn't like the way it sounded. And he decided, I'm going to help you get equal pay on other franchise properties that don't have contracts set in stone, like video games, and theme park rides. That's a big thing.
Fresh update on "howard " discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Slash fame is a bitch where we tend to get a little more honest and open than I do on any other level. The other day, I took a few shots at the actor Chris Pratt of Jurassic Park Jurassic Park fame and other movies and parks and rec. Took a few shots at him on a number of levels and some of you were upset that I did that. I guess those of you who maybe you're into religion, you're religious folk because Chris Pratt is. He's a big hunter. He believes in that stuff. I gave him some crap about the fact that him and his ex-wife Adam faris didn't know how to handle animals. They rescued and had to rehome them. I don't like people like that. Get your shit together. It's a pet. It's a pet. You don't have to re home something. I don't like stuff like that. If you don't like the pet in three weeks, I'm glad you're trying to rehome it, but why don't you like to pet in three weeks? I don't like that. Is a God fearing religious guy. Religion is a used part of his life. Maybe that's why a lot of people like him. And maybe that's the reason why some of my listeners were quick to stand up for him. But the word is I had mentioned that Chris Pratt's news series on Amazon Prime is called the terminal list. And a ton of critics panned it, they panned it as right wing fantasy, basically the show and Pratt have a target on their back since this show doesn't promote critics agendas. Basically, it means it's not a woke show. I like that part of it. As I heavily lean right, but I'm just not gung Ho on Chris Pratt. I think he's a bore. But now I found something out that might make him inch up my list of, you know, good men, good actors and maybe just maybe I might have to take them off my shit list. So here's what's up. Bryce Dallas Howard, his costar in Jurassic World. She just recently revealed that she was paid a ton less money than Chris Pratt. This has been going on in Hollywood for, you know, dare I say a century. But it's been going on for a long time. If you've read about certain actresses who have campaigned to get more money, scholar Johansson comes to mind and they broke down the bigwigs in Hollywood and cut those big checks. But by and large, women get considerably less than their male costars. So initially, it was reported that she got paid so much less. Back in 2018, variety said that Bryce Dallas, Howard was making $2 million less than Pratt for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, she made 8 million Pratt made ten. I know there's a $2 million shortage there, but I don't know anybody that can complain to make 8 million bucks for 40 days work. But they're in this field and they're allowed to complain. But now Bryce Dallas Howard has opened up about the gender pay gap in an interview and she wanted to clarify that this disparity in how much money how much less money she made was really inaccurate. She said the reports were interesting because I was paid so much less than what the reports even said. So much less. She said, what you started negotiating for Jurassic, it was 2014. It was a different world back then. You never heard big talk about women getting equal pay as bad as that sounds.
Liberty score final 13 points, beat Sky in playoff opener
"The liberty have opened the WNBA playoffs with the stunning 98 to 91 win over the heavily favored sky in Chicago The sky led 91 85 before New York scored the game's final 13 points giving the 7th seeded liberty control of the series Sabrina ENS who scored 22 points and grabbed 7 rebounds so did Natasha Howard while that Nisha laney added 17 points and 6 boards Kalia copper had a team high 21 points for the sky who will try to even series on Saturday I'm Jane ferry
Dan Bongino to Lefties: You Can't Stop Me
"So funny by the way watching these lefties Howard jump phony wasp bags Dead bungee do you you know you can't say whatever you tell me to do I flip you the middle finger and do it again have do you not have you not figured that out yet There is nothing you can do to listen to me Nothing you can do to stop me Nothing What are you going to do Get me fired I can't even get myself fired I'm trying to get myself by doesn't even work What are you going to do Get me fired Jim can you vouch for me I tried to get myself get thank you He can I can't even get by You're going to get me fired I can't get fired We can't fire you We let you go This thing's going to sink You're under contract All right I'd like to get fired We can't fire You can't get me fired But if you'd be doing me a favor anytime you tell me not to say something I know I've got you panicked and I'm going to say it again Understand that I don't give a crap about you Not even a little bit And I'd use a different word which is how I talk in the real even though I know it's bad I know you should be cussed but I'd be lying to you if I said I'd slip out like all the time I'm trying
Howard delivers playoff-clinching win for Liberty over Dream
"The liberty earned a playoff birth with an 87 to 83 victory over Atlanta Natasha Howard scored 18 points including a three pointer that put New York ahead by four with 55 seconds remaining and a pair of free throws in the closing moments Stephanie dolson had 15 points and 12 rebounds for the liberty who finished the regular season 1620 but one 6 of their last 8 Ryan Howard had 24 points and 7 assists for the dream who missed the playoffs with a 14 and 22 record I'm Jane ferry
Why Ron Howard Chose to Make New Hollywood Film 'Thirteen Lives'
"Did you choose to make a film like this? Because it really is almost unlike anything that I can think of. Well, thank you. And look, I've been blessed to have decades and decades in the visit and go back to a period that was still quite traditional where a Hollywood movie was a very unique thing. And. Audiences have shifted and changed and it's been very exciting for me and in a way energizing to recognize that change. Part of that is a kind of a globalization and an expectation of what a story can mean, what cinema can mean. And honesty and authenticity, particularly in a movie like this, it's based on real events, is become a standard and an expectation. I wanted to make sure that we push that to its most contemporary sort of limits. And really give audiences, you know, use modern technology and sinema to try to give audiences as much as possible a sense of what it was like to be there, which also means, you know, don't over dramatize. Don't ham it up. Now, in recent years, I've also been working on documentaries, and I have recognized through a lot of the documentary scenes that I've edited together and included in the films. The way people act under duress is often not as hyped up and dramatic as we tend to stage it in movies. And I tried to reflect that in this movie as well.
Why Colin Farrell Joined Ron Howard's New Blockbuster 'Thirteen Lives'
"Let me ask you the most basic question. What was the appeal to you in taking on a role like this? Well, one of the most heroic things about John Valentin and indeed many of the other people who were involved in this rescue was their humility. And was the apparent lack of the desire to be perceived as heroes. That they had, which is not just for show, talking to John and spending the hours on FaceTime that I spent with John. And researching all the guys that were involved, the humility was very, very clear and present. And plus, I was very humbled by the magnitude of the story by all the things that pooh was spoken about by the emotional and psychological and cultural importance of what was happening in real time in Thailand and how the Thai people came together. And also to be an actor to be somebody who involves oneself in the artifice of make believe and the attempt in trying to present it as a reality to portray these men of incredible strength and bravery was almost embarrassing. I couldn't be further from the kind of steel that they lived in and that they used and the kinds of psychological strength that they have that they leaned into to save these boys. So all those reasons, and look, it was a great script. It's a beautiful story. I wanted to work with Ron harrod. I'd loved his film since splash and parenthood and what have you. So it was ultimately as much of a no brainer as they ever speak about, you know?
'Thirteen Lives' Star Colin Farrell on the 2018 Events in Thailand
"We're all living in the same world. And however we feel about the world we're living in, we must recognize the existence of separation and division, which is more prominent now than any of the years I can remember as a 46 year old man. So to have a story that isn't Hollywood eyes, that wasn't created from the imagination of somebody that wants to present a more beautiful world. But was actually for moments in time in Thailand and globally for two weeks in 2018, a beautiful moment, albeit a scary moment to be a human being because the world's attention was focused on the dire need of these 13 people, 12 of which were young kids and one adult. It was an extraordinary thing to see everyone come together. And it just proved in a very practical way that we are at our best when we're considering the well-being of each other.
Thirteen Lives: The True Story of Boys Trapped in a Thai Cave
"Did a junket for the film 13 lives directed by Ron Howard, one of the stars Colin Farrell and others were my first interview. We're going to play that for you right now. My name is Eric metaxas. I'm the host of the Eric metaxas show. I think pretty obvious. Good to see all of you. And I've got some basic questions. I want you to pay close attention. These are going to be tough, hard hitting journalistic questions. Now, pooh, is that your name? My name, yes, sir. What was your relationship to the are you are you tied? That's my first time, yes. I thought so. What was your relationship to this story as it was unfolding in real time? In other words, while this is happening in Thailand, the whole world's paying attention. But as somebody who is tie, what were you thinking at the time? Obviously you weren't thinking you're going to be in a film about this in a few years or did that cross your mind? No. I think you answered already. It's the fact that I am tying. And this is a very cultural thing. We are a people that love to help one another. And when this situation happened, this is what we would do. I wanted to help. But like I mentioned before, I don't know how to dive. I could go up and cook for them because I do have a restaurant. I would take the time out to do that. But there were a lot of people there already, so it's best I say out of the way. So like many others, we just keep up with the news. And wish her the best. And also the best. It was a very it made you closer to your friends and your family and your loved ones because like I said also I have four kids and if one of my kids was sucking there at the time, lord, I don't know what I would do. And I would end up thanking all these divers and everybody who would be there to help them as it turned out to be that these guys start up and help the tight children.
Suspect in shooting of Lady Gaga's dog walker recaptured
"A man suspected of shooting Lady Gaga's dog walker is back in custody again The Los Angeles County sheriff's office says the man held in suspicion of the dognapping shooting case has now been arrested again the capture of James Howard Jackson aged 19 comes nearly 5 months after a clerical error put him back on the streets Jackson is one of 5 people arrested in the Internet last February in which Lady Gaga's pricey French bulldogs were taken from her dog walker and the walker was shot he survived but lost part of his lung Meanwhile one of the men charged in the case has pleaded no contest to
James Howard Kunstler: 'Narratives Are Not Reality'
"Are not reality. Reality is something in and of itself. And it has mandates of its own. But some narratives reflect reality. I mean, if you say America is a good country and when we screw up, we try to get it better and we're doing a good job or we're trying to do a good job and then there's another narrative that says America's evil. And there's always truth in every narrative. The question is how much?
'The Geography of Nowhere' With James Howard Kunstler
"A time, we had small towns. And in the small towns, the town elders, they cared about creating there'd be a green and there'd be a beautiful bank building. For urban design, there was based on the human body and human scale. And once we threw that in the garbage with in the traffic engineers became literally in charge of all the dimensions of how we lived and the deployment of all of the things on the landscape, then we lost all of that knowledge, all that vocabulary, and we started making a huge number of mistakes. And we produced environments that just destroyed people's minds. And now we can see the result of it. You know, we're living in a politically psychotic nation now. After about 70 years of that, there's no question about that. I think about, I mean, again, I'm just trying to process this for my audience a little bit, but I remember when I was reading your book, I started thinking about this, I thought everywhere I looked, this is true. There were downtowns that were beautiful and Danbury, Connecticut, where I grew up. It had a downtown, and it had a Civil War monument. And it had some beautiful buildings, and people would go there from wherever they lived, and they would do business and stuff. And over time, the energy and the life and whatever kind of got sucked out of the downtown and they would create a mall or strip malls or whatever. And so the downtown fell into, this is my favorite gym kunstler word, decrepitude. Well, I didn't invent it. I know, but you're the one that popularized it in my mind. All
Eric and James Howard Kunstler Reminisce About the Rabbit Ears Series
"To James Howard kunstler, also known as Jim, Jimmy Jimbo. Jimmy Jack. Jim reverend Jimmy. So we were just talking about rabbit ears. So yeah, so in the late 80s, early 90s, I got this job that I've started director of gravity, and I thought, who can I turn to who could write these stories? So you did just great work. And rabbit ears would, so we create this children's book, but then we get top Hollywood names to record them. I think the Davy Crockett was like Nicholas cage. And sacagawea, I don't remember who did that one. I'm pretty sure it was mom's maybelle. I'm almost, I'm almost certain that I don't. It was either mom's maybelle or Sinatra. Either one. One of those two. But then we would get amazing musicians. Garrison keeler. Yeah. Can you use his name now? Is it safe to say garrison? I think he wants his touched a woman's back. When they were taking a photo and he lost his career over that thing. Goodness. Marco Connor, the fabulous Marco Connor, did the music for that. It was quite a fantastic production of video. Well, that's the point is that the rabbit hair stuff was super accurate to one tons of awards. So I had the privilege of writing many of those. And my name is attached to these Grammy Awards for best children's recording 1989 or something like that. I think that one too. Yeah, I know. It's crazy. So but that's kind of like the last time I saw you in person. Was 1991.
James Howard Kunstler on a Future Techno-Industrial Economic Collapse
"I wrote four novels between 2008 and 2000 18. They were under the rubric of the world made by hand series. They're on my website down there below the blog. And it was my attempt to depict a world that would exactly what that world post economic techno techno industrial economic collapse would be like. What it would feel like, what it would look like. What it would taste like. The textures and flavors of it would be. It's very, very direct and particular. So anybody who wants to get an idea of what I think the future is going to be, I think it's going to have a smaller population. We're going to have fewer comforts and conveniences. People are going to be working harder at anything they do. They're going to be working with people around them. People they know, we're going to have to rebuild local economic matrixes, but that's a good thing. Mostly it's going to be a good thing because the human project will continue, but it will continue at a slower pitch than a smaller scale. And we have the catch is we have no idea what kind of period of disorder we have to go through on the journey to that new disposition. That's the question, where are we now? We're at the beginning of that journey
Where to Begin With James Howard Kunstler's Many Books?
"To James Howard kunstler. Jim, you were just talking about the long remedy. The long emergency. Now that's your book from 2005. Would that be the primer to read on what we're discussing if somebody is listening and they say, I don't get this. And the 2012 companion, which is called too much magic. Wishful thinking, technology and the fate of the nation. And what does that reference? Well, it's about what the response to the lung emergency is tending to be a kind of techno narcissism. This idea that technology is going to rescue us from this dynamic set of problems and quandaries that we face, the problem we face with our basic primary source energy supply, petroleum, the quandaries we face over the disorders of finance, the quandaries we face with farming and food production, geopolitics, these things are all related with the winding down of the global economy, which was our mode of operation. But you make 40 years. You make it sound inevitable. It is inevitable. And to me, I guess my question is whether when you talk about people acting crazy and you talk about it, a lot of these things to my mind, at least do have answers. And others, I think it's not like we just have to say, okay, everybody's going to be confused about how many sexes there are or whatever. We all know there are two. I mean, most people just know that. But we live in a world where the elites who have the microphones act as though. No, no, no, no, that was ten minutes ago. We all decided it's no longer true. You're not going to have any success with those arguments because those arguments are all a deflection of the greater question, which is how are we going to live in the decades ahead? How are we going to reorganize American life?
Eric Reunites With Old Friend James Howard Kunstler
"To say that I'm sitting here with an old friend. It's hard to believe how long it's been. I'm sitting here with James Howard kunstler, who lets me call him Jimbo. Jimbo or Jim, you and I have not been in the same room since probably Christmas 91. Well, we veered into very different kind of intellectual trenches. And digging ourselves deeper into them. So we can't see over the top. But it's still crazy to me because I mean, you've been on the program before by a Skype or whatever. But I met you when I was at yaddo in 1986. Yeah, originally, with Alan shoes, I think Alan, we were watching the 1986 World Series at my house. That's right. A tragic death series. That's exactly right. It wasn't tragic for mets fans. Right, not for them. But I was born in Queens a mile from Shea stadium. So it was not tragic for me. But the point is, that was 1986. I was 23. And I was at yaddo, which was a huge deal for me because obviously I want to be a literary writer and I got to go to yaddle where Cheever was so it meant so much to me. But I met this guy named Alan chews. And Alan says, now, how do you describe him? Alan Woods? Well, he was a big kind of bear of a guy. He was a book critic and a professor. And he had an NPR bookshelf. And he was a sweet fellow. Oh, yeah, very sweet. And he was very kind to me because he said, hey, you want to come with me? I know somebody who lives near here a writer named Jim kunstler. And so he drags me along the 23 year old version of me along with him to meet you. And I instantly loved you and started reading your books. That's
James Howard Kunstler: 'Politically, I Was Never a Lefty'
"I was never a lefty, really. And I had my first encounter with politics in a strange way when I was a college student, I ran for student government president as a joke. When I was a sophomore, and I won the election. And all of a sudden, I was in this position in 1968, 69, 68 and 69, which was the height of the Vietnam War. And also the height of the beginning of the hippie, the hippie age going sour, because that would be the summer of Charlie Manson and elephant. And Woodstock, which was not altogether bad, but had some elements that weren't so appetizing. And so hippy DOM was kind of going south. And I was tussling with student radicals who were making my life miserable in this job I had. And what college? I was a SUNY college. It was one of the four year liberal arts college. But you wilderness of upstate New York. You saw clear enough to where the radicals were, you could see that they were. What I saw was that they were despots. Even in 1964, despots. They were trotskyites. They were despots. They wanted to basically tell march you around and tell you what to do. And I could see that very clearly. And it's been coming on for the next 55 years.
At least 28 dead in devastating Kentucky flooding, with more expected: Governor
"At least 26 people including children are dead in Kentucky from historic flooding in the governor says sadly the death toll will go up Governor Andy beshear says many are still missing We do know of additional bodies that have been recovered but we can not confirm those deaths at this time This is the same areas already devastated by floods prepare for more rain Make sure you stay safe Make sure you have a place that is higher ground Hazard resident unis Howard saw the floodwater rush into her home and just made it out before she got swept away with it I
The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm Dave fairy Yankees outfielder Aaron judge has become the second fastest player with 200 career home runs as he smacked his major league leading 42nd of the season in an 8 two pounding of the royals only Philadelphia's Ryan Howard has done it faster Judge is batting four 47 with 9 home runs in 21 RBIs in ten games since the all star break White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson was hit with a three game suspension and fine for making contact with an umpire on Friday Anderson played on Saturday after appealing the penalty Novak Djokovic is holding out hope that he'll be able to compete in the U.S. open despite not being vaccinated against the coronavirus The 21 time Grand Slam champion says on social media that he's been training as if he'll play it flushing Meadows Tony finau shot a 7 under 65 to match Taylor pendrith at 21 under through three rounds of the rocket mortgage classic Phenol is trying to become the first to win consecutive regular season tournaments in three years And Henrik stenson is the leader at the live event in New Jersey three shots ahead of Dustin Johnson I'm Dave ferry AP sports
"howard " Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"I just want to live under their thumb and be told what to do, what to say, no, I never heard any of that stuff. And then when they graduate middle school, they go get a job at a DSL. Why do they all quit at the end of the year? How come when they're 5 years out of school they work for 5 different group practice multi locations? Do your complicated. You're a dentist. You have 8 years of college. Dentists physicians and lawyers are the worst employees in the world because they're too damn smart or too damage and there's only three ways you can do dentistry. The right way, the wrong way and the way you believe it should be done. And no one's ever going to change your mind and I love you for it. I love you. By God, you're never going to be happy working for someone else. I mean, so just own your means of reduction, it's not safe to be in some job working for a DSO that's highly leveraged. I mean, did you see that first correction in the when the pandemic came out in March and the stock market failed? You saw some of those DSO captains all relax because they'd already sold out. They were just a chairman and they were just, you know, they already had their liquidity of that. But the ones that were highly leveraged man they were coughing up blood clots. This is a very highly leveraged space and during a financial contraction and the economy goes out to sea. You'll get to see all the DSO CEOs you're swimming without any trunks on. And it's a great I love it because market segment about 50 different ways. Look at housing. I can live in a mansion for bedroom three bedroom and apartment, a studio. I can live in a van down by the river like Chris does. I mean, it's going to differentiate all of the more look at cars. I can have a private jet or Rolls Royce, Ferrari, a Ford escort, all the way used car all the way down to taking the bus. I mean, my God. So yeah, I love the fact that DSOs are out there. They employ jobs. When I got out of school, the only people that I hired dentists were the RV navy air force marines. Now the DSOs do it. I love them for that. I love them for the fact that in Phoenix, Arizona, there was if you broke your tooth on a Sunday, you could find the tooth fairy three times before.
"howard " Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Looking every stock I own. Berkshire Hathaway, that's just the easy dough writer. But Apple, this is an iPhone. I'm alpha that Google and YouTube, my demonstrate and sensors on YouTube. I love YouTube. Bank of America, I know a lot of people call it skank of America, and I agree with that with the customer service, but it is a good song. The American Express, Amazon, Coca-Cola. You say, oh, you're a dentist. How can you morally invest in Coca-Cola? Same reason war just picked up 5 billion in Chevron. All these index funds and all were morally righteous, so we won't invest in oil and we're divesting out of carbon because we're good people. Yeah, and they flew to that convention in their private jet that burns $10,000 an hour in kerosene, and it has to be everybody I know that will not do an index fund that it has petroleum in it. Drove a car to work today back. So monkeys are crazy. I'm convinced after 59 years. I'm serious when I say this. I think I'm the only normal guy on earth. I'm probably in the normal. Can I say the effort? I mean, you can do whatever you want. Yeah, I'm the normal as fucker you're ever gonna meet. And if you drive an SUV to your green party convention, I hope they pass out edibles or acid at the deal, but Coca-Cola, how they pay a 4%. Look at Kraft Heinz. Kroger Costco Walmart Home Depot Verizon, Microsoft Cisco, and my only dental socks are a line technology and Henry shine, but I like the daily journal just for Dale, but see, that's 20 stocks. But I'm not going to buy 20 stocks at the bottom. I don't even know what where the bottom is, but when I wake up some day at any of my 20 socks are 50 to 75% off because I remember Amazon after Y two K, dropped 95% for a hundred days. And Tesla's trading at 1500 times earnings. And a lot of people say, well, that's the new world. No, it's not. Fine. 5, 6 to 8 times earnings on EBITDA by a dental office or a stock. I mean, go back into another model, like I'm Irish, I'm a 100% Irish. During the potato famine, if you didn't couldn't afford to go to leave and go to Argentina United States, indentured server at this point would say, hey Chris and Julie, all move you to where you know how many potatoes it takes to kill an Irish man. None. Started at, and I was like, I'll tell you what, all move you to Georgia, but you have to work for me 6 to 8 years free. Everybody took that deal. But now the stock market's 32 Titans price earnings. Okay, well, you work all movie over here, but you got to work 32 years for free. You're like, shit, I might just die here. No one's even living 32 years. Right now, Tesla's trying to get a 1500 times price rings. That means if you bought it at the fall of the Roman Empire, you still haven't got your money back and every one of those believers you'll never change your mind. They start telling you Elon Musk walks on water and raised the whatever it's great, but would I rather be sitting on my $1 million mcmansion? What are you Tesla during the next crash? What if the stock drops 95% for a month? And you redeploy your house into Tesla or Amazon down 95%. I've missed that opportunity four times the first two times in 1887. I wouldn't smart enough to know. Then I went back to B school, got my MBA 98 99, the Y two K crash was 2000 and all I remember is all my economics professors walking me through this bubble as it was forming in real time and I thought, are they right or wrong? There's a smart wire why are they just teachers at ASC? Oh my God, were they right? And then they're right again during the Lehman's day. So there's a lot of math to this stuff. So what I don't like about inflation is this. If you're a capital intensive business and someone else is setting your fees, you're screwed. And then a lot of people, they don't want to open up a demo office because they think, well, it's safer, you know, the economies and everything. I think I'm just going to go get a safe job, okay? So you go get a job at a DSL that has a thousand dentists. And then the economy contracts and the revenue drops in half. Do you think they're going to go borrow money to keep paying you to stay on? How long do you think it will take them to fire you? They're going to throw you away in an hour, you're disposable overhead trash to these guys. But if you own your own dental office and times are tough, you might extend your hours. You might let go of your assistant. You might just sit in there with your wife answering the phone and your 18 year old son being your dental system, but let me tell you another word about polls and which I hate talking politics because when it comes to politics and religion, after the age of 25, no, I've never seen anyone change your mind. So just so I'm talking right now to people between like, they just got their car keys, and they're 26. That's about the only decade they can think through these things that they drink the Kool-Aid on. And that is, that is, where is it going to go with that? Politics? Oh, if I go around the world and I ask everybody what is the sign cosine and tangent in geometry? I get the exact decisions. You go around the world and ask a political term like socialism, every country's got a different definition and then you go back and match something different. 50 years ago, there's no scientific terms in politics. There's just not because it's all just hormonal and whatever. But the bottom line is you were the word socialism actually originated from. It actually originated in Europe. You know, it was a standard practice that the king and the noble and Orchard would come by and still have your crop and say it was taxes. And the people just, you know, they were surrendered there outnumbered, they put up with that. But when the king came back and said, oh, by the way, this is our land. So now I'm taking the land back and I'm going to take half your stuff. That's when they drew blood and fun. And the word socialism means I own my means of production. You're a dentist. Did you go to 8 years of school to be someone's employee? I don't remember you talking about that in middle school. I never remember those schools that yeah, I want to be a dentist so I can be someone else's bitch..
"howard " Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"All went in one room and shut the door, it took like one nanosecond to figure out, ah, I had something weird going in there and you'd go in there and you'd peek in the door and someone found the Oreos on the top shelf and they're eating them all and they got chocolate all over their face and they come out and you say, what were you boys doing and they got Oreo dripping out of their nostrils? Nothing, nothing. Transparency is everything. I always tell my boys, they'd always be explaining why something they shouldn't do, why they could do it. And I'd say, hey, hey, hey, I'm not the judge here. Who's the judges? The front page of the Arizona republic. I don't care what you do. If you're cool with that whole story on the front page of the newspaper and a video to hidden camera and you're like, yeah, I'm still glad I did that, then do it. But you know, there's a lot of things you do in the bathroom that you won't do at the dinner table during Thanksgiving dinner. So transparency is everything. So I pay hygienist and Dennis a base wage and hiking assistance of base wage and then you can do a bonus and we have a lower team bonus where at the beginning of each month we say if we do what we did last month, that's what you're paid to do. If we do a little more up to here, I'll give you a $100 Benjamin and the reason and if you do this much, I'll give you two benjamins and I'll give you this one to give you three. Let me tell you about that. When I would do it legally and write them a check and take out 5 matching and workers comp and all that stuff like that, no employee ever came up to me and said, hey, thanks for that bonus. But when you walk up to the height to your team and they reach your goal and you give them three benjamins oh my God they jump them down they have lunch and they always blow the lunch. So go buy some shoes or this one and why is it? They're married, right? They gotta sign the back. It goes in the joint checking, it's just part of the bills. But cash, what's what they do with the cash? They hide in their brawl, they'll go to their person, hide it in their cigarette box and I'll say, why are you hiding your money? Oh my daughter, she's so find it. And I mean, cash is so cool and screw the IRS. I don't care. I think my accountant puts it as a uniform allowance or some bullshit, but there's just something about cash that makes people get a kick in their walk in a smile on their jail cell. Base pay, you take them to continue education, you take them anything base pay, that's why their employees. And I have one night get us in town and I don't think she liked any dental office she ever worked for and go girl her. You know what she does today, she owns ten of her own debt Los because Arizona you don't have to be a dentist on a dental office. So, you know, if you're hiding once to do everything differently, my God, you should go buy a dental office..
"howard " Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Hello. My team, Chris and Julie have asked me so you get a lot of questions a lot of emails instead of just doing the dentistry and sensor podcast or my column Howard speaks. Why don't we do ask Howard where we get so many of the same questions over and over just knock out some of the dumb questions. So the first one I got is for those that do assisted hygiene, how do you compensate your hygienist for additional cleaning they do? My gosh, this is a very complicated question. Remember, you know, my book uncomplicated business only managed three things people time and money. HR is everything. It's the most important. If you get an a and HR, you can get a C or a D in time and money and still reach all your dreams. But if you get a D or an F and HR and you get a and people and time, I mean time and money, you're gonna be stressed out of your mind forever. So HR, I mean, people will go on on downtown, they'll say, my height just did this, you think I should fire her. Oh, I mean, my God, what a complicated question. So keeping reducing employee turnover is everything. When you look at the S&P 500 and you see like, okay, there's two airline companies. So one keeps your average employee ten years and one keeps your average employee 5 years. The one that's doing ten years, they make twice the profit. You say employee training costs are like, well, I hired a new receptionist. I bought her one coffee at Starbucks, I did a three hour class in the morning online, and you say that's your total employee cost train. No, no, no. It takes some place. I think it takes some points. 5 years before they make an indelible mark on your company. And right now, the reason I don't have to do anything is because I got all these people that have been with me ten, 20, 30 years, and so HR is everything people are complex, you know, the old saying, you know, you divorce your action because you wouldn't put the lid on the toothpaste. That was the straw that broke the camel's back, it's multivariate. So number one thing that you have to the most weighted to the Lee's way. The most weight is you have to reduce employee turnover. If every time I come into your office, I see a new hygienist. It's not going to end well. And to tell you how bad it is, if it dental office, it gets 40 new patients a month after ten years, you'd have to have like 5 full-time hydrogens, 40 hours a week, 50 weeks a year, just cleaning these people's teeth, yet you're still marketing for 40 new faces a month and you don't even have one full-time I guess. So 90% of the patients that come in your front door, your office, a new patient, go out that back door and replace. Look at the Hoover Dam. You just put a dam and say, no water passes point. And you build up a Lake or a business, you can't even swim across. So first of all, humans are very unique. Each one is unique. They're all special surgeons. There's no blanket statements on how you treat your wife, your mom, your sister, your kids, your dog's cast employees, all that kind of stuff. But it's usually based on two things. It's based on trust which comes from transparency over being opaque and secretive and checks and balance. You're not an authoritarian dictator just because you own the dental office, absolute power corrupts absolutely and once you start treating everybody like I hold this paycheck over you and you'll do as I say or you're gone and then you're not sharing the information with them. You have employee turnover and then you're a mediocre business. So my first way to deal is I want to keep my high dose. Number two is variants. As a dentist, you know, your whole morning can fall apart. Your crown canceled this canceled, your toothpick didn't pass. Financial arrangement, but in the afternoon, you have a three year bread. You have a root canal built in crown, or you have something else. A hygienist or a hygiene assistant when they get a cancellation. I mean, everything they do is a monoprice. It's a cleaning exam and half of them will have 6 months right wing. So if I get a cancellation, what am I going to do in the afternoon on all the patients show up to increase our variants? So when they get a cancellation, they know they're out for an hour. You pay them on commission. They're like, and the doctor like, well, why doesn't she go up there and work recall? Because you're not paying her houry dumb ass, you're paying her commission. And now you wanted to work for free. If you want people to work for free, well, Doc, why don't you come work for me for free? Oh, you don't want to work for me for free, but you want your height just to work for you for free. The dumbest question I get is, when you take your staff to continue education on Saturday, you have to pay them. No, man, they're slaves. Just lock them up, throw them in the back of the van, drag them there, cheating to what kind of question are you answering? Saturday, do you want to go, I mean, that is so dumb. So the bottom layer, so I thought that, my God, 35% of production was the way to go. I did all my numbers. I wanted to pay all my height and production. I was 24 years old out of dental school. I set it up. And that was the obvious way to do it. And they always complained during a cancellation. They had a robust day and their 35% was high. No one ever said thanks, but every time they had a cancellation or two, I got to see the pouting and then one day I lost my daughter and she had been with me like 6, 7 years and she had a bad day and she quit. Well, I thought she was one of those deathless parters. I was like, under 30, she was like, over 60, loved her, everyone loved her and I lost her own right side of myself. At some point, when you stick your tongue in electrical socket and get shocked, you have to realize there's some battle electricity coming out of here. And I stopped it. I pay them hourly. Because they don't have a variance. I can pay my dogs. Hourly or production wise. But I put it against a day rate. Just for 60 minutes and 2020 and Fox News, I don't ever want a news reporter coming in and finding out that I had an unscrupulous dentist who did ten fillings that weren't necessarily on some kid and then he cried and said, well, I wasn't going to make my house payment or my student loan payment and I was desperate. And we see that in auto where they go and they just like loosen up a cord and have an 80 year old grandma take it in the garage and he says she needs a new transmission. They say fraud, fraud. Well, those people are all paying on commission. And I got to tell you another thing in my own backyard. There's a big, big air conditioning heating deal and his name was George Brazil. And I'm probably sure I shouldn't say this or might get serial liable, but I don't care it's absolutely true. Every time I call them, they send another a new personnel. And then I started thinking, well, meant Phoenix is they just don't have the software to send back the same guy. And then finally I realized after several years, I said, no, they're all new 'cause I'd ask them, how long have you been with them? Guess what it turned out to be? That when my air conditioner breaks down and they come out and they fix it, they don't even get a penny. But if they upgrade me to buying a new air conditioner, they get a 10% commission. I thought, well, every religion in the world can be summed up to treat other people like you want to be treated. That's not how you'd want to be treated. I mean, if you go in there and some 80 year old grandma's got a failing air conditioner and all you got to do is give it a shot of free on and the charge we're coming out here, whatever. So remember, in a transformer, when we talked about transparency, okay, my four boys, whenever they.
"howard " Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
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"howard " Discussed on Your Transformation Station
"And you never see it so too. It's everywhere nowhere. Perfect symbol sunny. That fills Space in a manner where you look. You can't see it. A circle is boundary. everything in the circle of self. everything out of the circle is not self. What does it say. Every self at the center is one thing spirit but everything is one thing Seems different acts different. You are at the center of the same thing. Speaking to itself brotherhood isn't just a euphemism. The human race is reality. One cell in an organism code and we know better than is weakest person in our family and no stronger than the strongest cursing and our family. Everyone's paying mattress consider facts. You and everyone success. That is because it affects you. Show it so when you doing good deeds for the people. You're actually helping south at the same time. You're building the family. Strengthening the group that you're part of that little reaching into circle with a doubt metal very interesting. That's what business people need to learn to do. The example in business. This is smartphone late eighties. Early nineties phones. Look the captain kirks communicator. Those were the big breakthrough they folded over in the old pale star trek. That was what everybody wanted job. Loosens his you know. I could put. I could make the screen on a chip in it in put a operating system and now will make phone phone calls but they could do a lot of other things on the software that runs on our corduroy phone. Worked out. I think he made some money with that and then he thought again he said you know. I get much bigger pad that workout pre well. Yeah he had a vision everyone else or fall. He sir a opportunity to create a mini computer. That acts like a phone. He made billions and billions and billions billions of dollars statute business. People need to be doing. They need to be looking things. Everyone else looks at differently. That's genius seeing what everyone sees a different way. And something you can learn how to do it. It's a learnable skill now. Howard that is you have yet to see you. Just keep going. You're fantastic no when you're thinking like this when you have this pioneer mentality on an idea when.
"howard " Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
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"howard " Discussed on The Howard Stern Show
"The stern show you remember cnn. That guy jeffrey toobin who analyst and he was on zoom meeting and he got churkin caught jerking off yes and because he worked at the new yorker or something and his colleagues he was in a meeting on his own and he got caught jerking off. They were talking about election coverage this was before the election and so they were planning their assignments and so forth during election coverage and somehow he got overtaken. Yeah well anyway in light of yesterday in light of that story remember when we were talking about. Jeffrey toobin i was there. Were clips goofing onto. Been in the guy's chop them up and then they played them for an employee relations expert. It's pretty fun. Yeah so. I'm on this phony phone call. They chopped up my jeffrey toobin. Goups goofs and. Dan went after this whole phone call. It's very conflict Here we go little phony phone call action and we're back with jack show and we'd like to welcome employee relations expert. Good morning guys morton. He's going to tell us how to maintain employees mental health and wellbeing. Even when we're working remotely so go ahead sir. Well even though most of us have shifted from impersonal work to remote we can still build quality relationships with coworkers. That's wonderful and we actually have a coworker of hours on the phone. Who was recently caught by his colleagues doing something very unsettling on zoom. He's on the phone to apologize and also to learn from you so please welcome howard tuban both howard by our. Yeah 'cause calling to apologize for my masturbation at that meeting. I hope i can talk to you about it. Talk to me about it Well i i don't know if there's much to talk about if you were pleasing yourself in front of your co workers then you know you did something wrong and i. I guess i'm surprised you're still employed as part of my apology. I'd like to know if you have any feedback on my jerking session would be appreciated. Well thankfully i wasn't there to see it but feedback yes You're lucky we're in fired. If i were you boss. You'd be gone immediately mistake or not. I know it must have been strange for you. When i put the cigarette out on my penis or goodness guys. I'm not sure what this has to do with what we're talking about. He's being very graphic well. he's just very open and we thought it would be good for his healing if he talked honestly with you about what happened. Okay well howard. You've apologized so i'm not sure there's a need for details about what happened on the zoom. Call on a second please. If you don't mind i'm making a homemade yogurt for my breakfast cure your can we talk about something else. Yeah howard can you get back to your apology. I think our guest is really helping. You have a breakthrough. I was a really bad boy. When you tell me. I was really bad boy. No i don't want to tell you anything because it doesn't like you learn anything from big and you don't appreciate that you're very lucky to have a job. Howard are you pumping off right now. I don't know i'm shaking a can of paint all right guy. You guys obviously haven't learned that thing. And i'm wasting my point. You're hearing is me adjusting. My necktie for work. Give me a break and you think i should shave my balls pretty hairy run or are you still there and you cut him all talk talk to you want know. Do you think my balls too. Saggy capone duping. Thanks for accepting my apology. By the way angry. I particularly enjoy that The vigorous shaking of the penis A lot of friction. You're creating their if that was you beating off the sounds to me like a give quite an irritation from my needs some desa next on that peanuts howard stern..
"howard " Discussed on The Howard Stern Show
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"howard " Discussed on The Howard Stern Show
"The howard stern show. Donnie was listening to us and he went into the studio and he created a brand new arrangement of bank clock which i really appreciated. He obviously saw something in it. Donny sings and also donnie. Does every instrument on this track. Yeah he pulled like lenny kravitz or or any or dave grohl first foo fighters or stevie wonder. Yeah even a you know. You'd beefed up the song you put in a new chorus you know. In other words you made a good. He fixed it donny. After he finished as i finished singing the verse in my head kept trying to pull me into the chorus. I had an idea. I added it in. I wanted to see what it would sound. Like if i were to write a killer pop rock song with howard stern. Say so you were right. I needed a collaborator. John was right. Yeah so thank you donnie. Here's a cover of my song. Bang o'clock j. two since we don't we don't say still bang to sounds to clean. Impound feels to.
"howard " Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
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"howard " Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"The only secret to lower prices is lower costs. Southwest is the king of this. And my gosh there. Since the lowest cost provider on seats slum per mile they have the number one market share the united states. But how did they do that. you know. they quit serving meals but in dentistry. The big lesson is is southwest airlines. Every plane is a boeing seven thirty seven. You go over to american airlines. And they're flying a seven twenty seven seven thirty seven seven forty sevens airbus mcdonald douglas. I mean it's crazy so their mechanics are always taking classes and getting certified in all these planes. They got parts for everything that i it. It's insanity but when herb geller setup southwest airlines out love airfield in dallas. Only one plane that way. Every flight attendant knows how to fly it the pilots and a lot of lie. The maintenance only fix one thing south west has never had a plane fall out of sky remember when usair had a plane fall out every year for six years in a row and they blame it on wind shear. Why don't they blame it on their mechanics or fixing find different airplanes that no one knows if a water pump mcdonald. Douglas is the same. As an airbus or boeing. So it's the same thing you after. I go into your room and someone's already sitting in the room they had hygiene exam and gotta filling and you know same be treatment is the number one variable to increase your case acceptance. While you're here do you wanna do it today. And the hygienic. It's obvious you could already had it numb. And then you go in. There is all well we're gonna have to. We have an auditory. But we don't have a heist in this room so we're going to have to pick you up and move to a different airplane and gotta go get it. All set and mike p. p. e. costs and all this crap because you don't have a high speed or a traitor or you're missing one thing every rooms azeem and when i go in there i'll say well guys let me know me up. We'll just do it right now. And then if the hydrogen say well. I only got ten minutes okay. We'll go to room eight. This is never scheduled. This is an extra room. She started in the next room now back in the day they would told me. But but this is my room. And i can we work in my womb. And when they did that. I'd say well you fell in love with the room so i'm gonna have to ground you for that room for thirty days because you fell out with her own. You imagine boarding southwest airlines pilot. Says i'm sorry this isn't my plane. Might lean as a little garfield keychain on it so. I need everybody to get off the plane. Get your luggage to go. To the bam. Next boeing. Seven thirty seven southwest airlines. That's crazy stuff. The patient comes first. Every room is the same every room stocked the same and then to make it even for worse whenever an assistant has to get up in. Leave the room. I have a little air horn. I tell the patient to cover their ears. And i mean back in the hallway blow. They aren't the office manager. Comes any say in the middle of bypass you the duct leader doing something. We always do a route. Cadel crown filling. Why do they have to leave the room. Oh we we we only have one of these okay then by eight because my labor labor's big dollars my tiny dennis thirty five percent by time you pay staff twenty five percent. What is ladd. Ten supply six facility five payroll is what kills you buy time. You pay the doctor and the staff. That's fifty five cents of every dollar. I can't afford to have people running all the way around the room the same because we're saving money on one. Ultrasonic are one indo file or one something that's not my cost. My cost her people. Your costs people. Nobody leaves wants. The procedure started his time. Money just people time and money and you always have many for payroll. But you don't have the extra money to make a hygiene room up diggity to all the other rooms so that when the patients in there and they're ready to go just do it so put on your southwest airlines flight hat. Everyone is a pilot. Everyone flies the same opera tori and we can go to any room. And if i go into any room i know the third drawer down is going to have this in it. End of story..
"howard " Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"If you go to mcdonald's and ask the sixteen year old kid for a hamburger the next thing he says give me the coin and he said well one you just bill me the sixteen year old. Throw you out of the place. You can't go to a mall and league with stuff and not pay eats only when you're dealing in healthcare that people try to just they through and when you go to mcdonald's you order hamburger you give them to box and they give you the hamburger when you go to dentistry you order the you were the crowd and they do the crown for thousand bucks and then they make you for money. You don't pay now. Let's look what happens when you don't pay if the if the statistics are spot on the average over his tooth two-thirds sixty five percent so you do a crown for a thousand dollars. Don't get paid. We saw the pay for two thirds of you still have the rent mortgage reliability computer insurance lab bill. You had everything except the winther that was profit so the nets to patients you give that one third profit will pay the next thing. They're profitable paper. The first half of this ground that never collected the second patient will the prophet there will pay for the second third of the ground that was on so the number one cause of high overhead is still the collection policy when you have the overhead of one dollar and he collect a whole dollar. You always see sixty five percent overhead or less whenever gets a sixty eight sixty nine. Seventy seventy five. Seventy eight is always a collection policy. So the bottom line is they come in. They need a crown and they do the financial the financial arrangement and they say why. Don't get till friday will. Let's make an appointment for friday. If they say i don't have a credit card that's funny of these has issued three and a half billion credit cards. There's only eight billion people so three and a half billion people have a credit card. Now i remember on the planet earth one for every three people. One has a smartphone one as a cell phone and one doesn't have a smartphone or a cell phone so you live in the united states canada and advanced country. You don't have a credit card. There's a reason why you don't have a credit card is.
"howard " Discussed on The Howard Stern Show
"The stern show we took a drop of me pretending to be a bachelor producer and called the current affairs. Show to expose the show secrets. And i love his phone. Phone call This radio show. We rocked a radio show with me As an insider remember the other day robinson conversation with you. And i said you know. What would chris harrison secrets be if he wrote a book. That's right yes and you were trying to posture or figure out. What the back Stage stories could be notre so here it is weei here. We are calling another radio show and me posing as the producer of the bachelor parents. Don't have the mindset because we got things you know sixteen and pregnant so young girls can get rich. Hey i could be on tv. You make way. We got a caller holler. Hello awesome heard you guys were sort of talking about the perils of reality. Tv have you ever heard of the bachelor. Yes yes it. It isn't it this continue now. Has it gone off the air or they just have a new host because of a controversy. But it's much worse than that. My my dad was actually a producer on the bachelor. And he'd love to come on and and tell you about what went on there. It's really shocking. How many do you have a problem with that. I don't know not at all go ahead. Okay his name is howard. He get go ahead. Hello i'm going to tell the truth about the bachelor jury is a story. Everyone on the show is there for the wrong reasons. None of them are really looking for love. I'm telling you. Oh wow so what you're saying is that we need to kinda get away from wanting to superstar and not basically sell ourselves to the devil. It sounds like but i will tell you this many times on this show were a couple ugly six. We put in there just for personality. I would have sex with them. Just they wouldn't feel so bad Wow wow okay. do you have no idea. But that ain't a part of your job. There's another revelation we paid for all the contestants abortions. Oh what and there were many. What do you mean you don't know how many babies are buried in the walls. the fantasy sleep. Wow what would be the advantage of doing that. I mean why. Why would they fantasy suite. We would poke holes in the contestants condoms. Wow my god how did they get away with that. I don't know tell me about that yet. How did they get away with that. How how did they get away with that. That's crazy. no jews are allowed on the set of the bachelor. Hey let the hell you talking about. We have no joe policy that while your go ahead tony. That's blatant racism. That's just blatant racism. Just i mean come on because my religion you telling me i can't be on your show you seri- many of us would rub the girls toothbrushes on our balls when they weren't in their rooms and then laugh about it. I'm just wild i. I definitely think it's beyond that I wanna thank you charlie. Low in the beginning we would feed the contestants feces and urine. Now that ain't cool point. I do know about the industry. I really. There's some really weird things that go on in the industry and for young adults you guys you aware of those things you telling me because of my religion my beliefs. I can't be on your show. And they hide no listen. I mean i didn't watch the bachelor. I've seen excerpts. But i've never watched it. I never watched it. But i didn't know all the all the stuff that's going on. I think that's Very shocking. Yes don't think about it. When's the last time you saw jews on there. I haven't seen any have you. That is so funny. Howard stern show..
"howard " Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"I remember myself. I served in the year Inclusion classes We had one of the best teachers. He was a renowned naming in the whole world. Just because so boring. We were heff the sleep you know when the ten minutes after the the class says so it's kind of you cannot really or the phillies see So something that you you a good teacher but a lot of practice with someone who who know did you want to do. This is something that most of us do not have the you know. The luxury have skype threaten. I I also like measurements site you can see can cavities on the x rays chart them hair donalds as you can probe robe in charge them and now looks like because of embezzling old clear liners artificial intelligence leads. Looks like they're finally developing a clear lanier artificial intelligence measurement for occlusive disease. And so. There's a couple of different camps that think that they're going to have an objective. Ai Measurement. And I think that will be a game changer inclusion because if all the measurements are bite down on paper and you're looking at Eh but you can't see it on a graph you don't have a measurement so I give them I can design. They Align Technology Kalanianaole terrorist. All those Terro- Scans they have biggest data sat and they are. They have a measurement for for occlusive disease. Do you think that would be a game changer. Different different this is something were were Uh computerized dentistry quoted as can be Aurelio Now my family is really looking forward to artificial intelligence because our natural intelligence did you will at so. We're really looking forward to artificial intelligence I WanNa thank you so much for coming by I I know they love to human love to see so if you ever you want to Hosting cases on dental towns they can see and or the thing you know back in our day it was always a whole day lecture laws flight. Another city millennials. They love our online course. You'd ever have the time to make an hour on lights lights eat course. I'm Howard Dental town that the charges is Howard Goldstein. so He's Hobo down. But millennials love our long courses in our or eight hundred ad. But it'd be a real honor. She ever had time to write his article or online course or like that. But I'm you've all Zuberi de MD chief medical officer and Co founder and datum dental. Thank you so watch for coming by talking to the data site..
"howard " Discussed on The Howard Stern Show
"The Howard Stern show. Very beautiful. A special moment is our stern things to Robin. Tell me somethin' girl OB so good. Happy in this modern world. Is there something else you're searching for? All the good times. Visit dump song. It's not a real song, which real singer needs to say. When you come in. I don't come in for a what shit. All right. Forget it. Right now, Robin. Yes. Gitai trying to feel that. Four. Do you need? This might be your song aided hardly reading it. So hard got it. Tonton? Are you gonna do love? Your interpretation of words word. I can't do that whatever voice left fresh out of retirement. Century tire. I know this is a big moment. I can't. Oh, you're in the right. Rein crash this. Is he? The Howard Stern show.
"howard " Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"And thank you so much to the twenty five thousand follow me on Twitter at Howard for an I just re tweeted, he's at Dr underscore RG S. I so that's that's his name Richard grace. He was in the third and I just retreat. I just said I added a YouTube video and by the way, it's a class to amalgam preparation. So so is a Malcolm I mean, you'd use video at amalgam preparation you're out there in LA is a mountain still alive is still a restoration out there in LA barely. Barely alive barely alive. But you know, one of the things about amalgams is that teaches us how to use our instruments and our hands. Really? Well, it's a great skills. Trading exercise, so dental schools that aren't even teaching amalgams formerly in the in the clinic are still holding their students to this to the standards of trying to achieve that ideal. Malcolm preparation. I just have one one thing. I want to remind. People when it comes. I've had the honor to lecture in fifty countries, and I'll never forget being in some developing nations. One one time it was in Tanzania and this dentist one to show me his office. And the he wanted to do you to be caused by Dennis? And he did the preparation and the patient would sit up rants and spit and a pickle ball hit. And then he would put on the asset. And during every step this this little girl leaning forward and swishing and sitting no rubber dam. No assistant, no high-speed suction. And I was looking at this. And I mean, it was at amalgam on this poor little girl probably would lasted thirty forty years. Yes. Or no suction no rubber dam, and I watched the whole procedure. It just couldn't have been anything johnke, and this poor little girl paid all this money. But what's this guy doing he's on the internet? He's on YouTube. He's hearing people in rich countries like United States and Canada and Australia. New Zealand trash talk amount. Ogm? And it's like, dude, there's all they're seven and a half billion people on earth. There's two million Bennis and over one million of practice without high-speed suction a dental assistant. And so, you know, I just I really makes the cringe when people trash talking album when and then when countries say that they should ban amalgam. It's like, well, if you've if you forced a hundred poor developing countries and got rid of their amalgam. And then those dentists are doing direct composites without high-speed suction dental chairs remember dams..