35 Burst results for "Jason Miller"

"jason miller" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

04:37 min | 6 months ago

"jason miller" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"You can not sleep on your plane international flying is not for you. Yeah. Different unique flying jobs like hanging out at the tanker base for weeks at a time or being able to sleep on an airplane for international fine. Are some of the key elements that you wouldn't think about initially before you get the job. Yeah, and it's sort of like sleep on command, right? And that's weird. Yeah. And so do you want to be the FO or the FB or the FC and depending what crew position you get kind of determines what which crew break you're going to get. And you know these routes, you know what time they take off, for example, we take off the line and we leave at 5 in the afternoon. I know that as FB, the third pilot I'm going to have to take the first break. So that means we take off at 5 in the afternoon by 5 30 or 6, man, I gotta lay down and try to sleep for three hours right away. It's very hard time of the day to force yourself to sleep. So you lay there and toss and turn about the time we get over the rockies, the turbulence starts rocking like heck. You're trying to rest in this crew bug that's just shaking like crazy and then you got to get up and be up for the rest of the night and the next morning flying into London. What time is it when you land in London on a flight? It's local time there. It's about 1 o'clock in the afternoon by the time we get over there. So we'll hop up. The London trips are great circle routes generally. So we'll take advantage of the jet stream going out of LA and take the maximum tailwind, routing that gets us over to London. We're usually north of the Nat tracks, the tracks were up over Greenland, Iceland, and then dropped down into London. And then coming home will even fly further north to get out of the headwinds of the jet stream and we'll go way up into Iceland, Greenland and Canada and for example, this last trip we came all the way down Spokane Washington and then shot straight south into Los Angeles for a great circle rap and again, a great circle is if you put that string on a globe and look at the shortest distance between two points as a arc, and it arcs up over Canada between LA and London. Right, right. And.

London FC rockies Greenland Iceland LA Spokane Canada Washington Los Angeles
"jason miller" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

04:53 min | 6 months ago

"jason miller" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"And now back to today's episode and that's interesting. So and you think that what you just said about being a firefighter first on the ground and then becoming a pilot? Is that just because of the intelligence, the awareness of where the ground ops are and all of this kind of stuff and where the drop really needs to hit to be effective for the ground forces and stuff like that. That's correct. The firefighting is first and the flying is secondary, the flying. When you're flying on fires, the flying is absolutely second nature. You are just a part of the aircraft. It's just a tool. You are, you are working the fire and you and you get so used to working at a 150 feet above the ground, right at blue line all day long talking on multiple multiple radios and coordinating all this activity. It's just a fascinating job that the flying has to be absolutely second nature to you and it's the firefighting that comes first because as a lead plane pilot, you're in charge of the air show, you get to determine where can we best most effectively use this retardant? A common misconception is people think is airplanes can put out a fire. They can't. They don't. All we do is fire retardant. The pink stuff that we use. We don't use water. We'll explain that in a second. We use fire retardant and like any use of air power that you learn in the military, you are merely supporting the troops on the ground. You are drawing a temporary line of retardant to slow the advance of the fire, such that you are buying time for the ground crews to dig a proper or bulldoze a proper containment line along the line of your retardant that you just laid. So it's just simply in support of the ground troops and often that retardant is being dropped indirectly. It's not being dropped directly on the fire. It's an indirect attack on the fire. Water, yeah, you can put some water on hotspots and that's what helicopters are best used for, but these wildfires today with 300 foot flame lengths. There's no way nobody's going to be dropping anything.

"jason miller" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

02:59 min | 10 months ago

"jason miller" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"Retracing its worst. What what what. What's going on everybody We have a very interesting and special show for you today. We have the founder and ceo of getter. Jason miller coming on to talk to us in just a little bit about big tech censorship free speech and all the above. I'm excited about it. Because i have said multiple times on the campaign trail. I've said so many times in the books that i've written and so many times here on our show that i truly believe that big tack is the greatest internal threat that we are facing because big tech now has the ability to decide what is reality. What is real and what is not. I've said it a lot. And i and i'll say it again. If there's a hill to die on in america for me it's too. It's the freedom to question in the freedom to choose though period. The freedom the questioned the freedom to choose. I believe that encompasses everything you have the freedom to ask questions and the freedom to choose If you to have a gun or not choose what religion you wanna live. Choose how you want to live your life with your family and your children and we're we're at that point and and there's some very scary things going on and you'll hear in this interview. Jason miller has got some far more knowledgeable things about the back end social media and and and all that stuff that happens that i'm super grateful for his time For coming on the show and Yeah it's about a thirty minute conversation. And i really think you guys are going to enjoy it So up next is the ceo and founder of getter jason miller. But before we do that. Let's get into our title sponsor again. We gotta talk. We can't talk enough about our title sponsor. Good ranchers you guys have sent me so many messages because you've already received the amazing just beef and chicken from these guys. Okay so thank you for that. First of all. I implore you to support this business because when tried to shut us down good ranchers stood up and said you know what we're going to support your podcast because we believe in what you're doing because we support patriots. We support america. So you need to go to dot com slash graham right now all right so let's read a little thing here here we go. When's the last time you think that you had american meat. Chances are it's been way too long. Did you know that over. Eighty percent of the grass fed beef sold in the us is imported from over seas. You're eating china meet. that's right. I said it.

Jason miller jason miller us patriots graham china
"jason miller" Discussed on Sway

Sway

04:39 min | 11 months ago

"jason miller" Discussed on Sway

"They're protected for it. Just you don't have to be able to be on twitter and misbehave ways. They think you're misbehaving. And i'm loath to defend tech companies. But they are allowed to do that. But i think that here is. I think we may have found a little bit commonality unless i misunderstood you that just because they might have the current legal right to go and discriminate politically. I don't think that they should and politically discriminating. That's where we part but go ahead hold on hold on okay. Would you explain the hunter biden. I think they made a mistake. I think they absolutely made us think shouldn't have quickly done things. I think they make steaks all the time they they make constantly but donald trump absolutely broke the rules of twitter which was can't incite violence and determined that he did. What about the the clampdown that we saw with regard to The early days of code about cova being from the lab. Republicans and democrats have got them so panicked. They don't know what to do and so they act first and ask questions later. I think a lot of people who say they're being censored never shut up on these platforms and they're the most popular people on them. I do think that there's an inherent worldview that many of these big tech companies have that differs from say that of trump supporters or people who are on on the political right. And i think that kind of the the knee jerk reaction some of these things where the the by regard to the origins of cove it. I think the reactions have acted any political discriminatory type manner. That's where i i think. So much of the anger and the passion comes from in the in the right of center space in the us and how this continued to fester but the idea of censorship. any it just is too far. It's it's just not the problem is to me. The problem is power and only two people make this decision. Even if it's the right decision. And that is where i have a problem with. I still don't think they're plotting against donald trump. I think he'd violated the rules. And that was that. So let me ask you. It doesn't look like he's going to get back on these mainstream platforms any time soon since then trump at his short-lived desk of donald trump bog. What was the strategy there. And who was responsible for that mess so to be clear on that and look. I want to throw anyone on the team under the bus when it was renamed the sub side or the microsoft side of where they're posting his press releases and such And i think that there was some overly ambitious folks who pushed it out without getting president trump's buying because look he's never he's never going to go and blog now did the actual product that was put forward allow for easily sharing his press releases or statements or such. Yeah and that was good. But it got over hyped up in there so much energy about one. Is president trump going to get back to social media that the first story was you know this is new platform like it's not a platform..

hunter biden donald trump twitter cova us trump microsoft
"jason miller" Discussed on Sway

Sway

03:08 min | 11 months ago

"jason miller" Discussed on Sway

"There are things that these social media companies definitely. Do you know whether you agree with them or not. They do things that are wrong whether they're grabbing your data without your permission etcetera etcetera. And this has been well documented. There is not a sign of proof except feelings and feelings are facts they just. Aren't you know what i'm not sure. What exactly there's there's when you talk about some of these very prolific tweeter and some people just never see them just defies logic. It doesn't make sense. Well it's not just myself saying understand. A lot of people say it but a lot of people say there's alligators in the in the toilet system. It's just not so you know what i mean like. It's and if it was. I want to understand where you think that. They are purposely trying to de prioritize conservative voices. I do believe so yes I think we'll get to probably a little bit more. Indepth even president trump being completely d platform after january six. I think this this last year and even look even into the biden white house where we have the press secretary saying. Hey we're working with these social media companies To identify certain post. It might not be one i. I don't think it's like some grand plan. But i think it's these small encroachments on our free speech rights that concern me because look right now. It's the right of center space. That has all the passion. That's that's a really kind of free speech debate but you know ten twenty years ago. A lot of the free speech debate was say in the gay rights communion gay marriage ego further back on that. We're talking women's rights okay. Jason miller defender of gays and women. It was not on my bingo card. But okay i'll say that but the second part you also talked about was that the administration has close with these tech companies. He said they're killing people. He walked it back slightly but still continues to say have that line and secondly he sired lena con tim. Mu all tech critics. Very heavy to critics But you look at kind of the culture that they have there in the biden white house of working with the tech companies. We're gonna identify which post in which users and things that that starts to scare me vaccine misinformation in the middle of a pandemic in that case. But let's go to trump. Actually because you've been his account guy through the bulk of his political career yours spokesman For the two thousand sixteen campaign top advisor in two thousand twenty and brown january. Sixth were you with him that day. And what did you think of those tweets. One of the things going into the six all of the focus. All the attention was really what was going to happen to vice president pence at one. Pm and i spoke with president trump. That warning on the six keep in mind. That was the morning after the elections in georgia were lost both of those senate seats and most of our conversations about that. He asked me a question about crowd. Size what what it like down to the mall which point ahead fox news on in the background i said. Oh well have. Pete hegseth one of the correspondents down. They're interviewing people. Looks like a pretty big crowd and then we went to what was going to happen. up on the hill with vice president pence. And so i. I think for a lot of folks are a little bit astounded like wait. You didn't know this was coming. You weren't watching it. My focus was so singularly on what was going to happen at one o'clock vice president pence started counting those ballots. I hadn't even read President trump's speech for that morning..

president trump biden lena con tim white house Jason miller Pete hegseth georgia fox news senate President trump
"jason miller" Discussed on Sway

Sway

05:03 min | 11 months ago

"jason miller" Discussed on Sway

"Got a special present for you. Know what this is a hat. I make america gay again. Is that with that is. I'm curious sweatshirt. and you're listening to sway. My guest today is jason miller in addition to try to cough terrible red hat on me which i obviously will not be wearing. Miller was a longtime aide spokesperson.

jason miller america cough Miller
Gettr CEO Jason Miller on Birthing A New Social App For Conservatives

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:32 min | 11 months ago

Gettr CEO Jason Miller on Birthing A New Social App For Conservatives

"Actually spoke on the salem radio network about a month ago. Right after the launch of getter you're a month and now the news has been incredible yard over two million users. You got to a million in about a week. Which is absolutely record-breaking. How's it going give the listeners. And update on getter. it's going create whereas you said we're right about two million users who've already joined the platform where the fastest ever social media platform to a million users did that in three days took facebook about ten months comparison. And what we're seeing. It's it's really exciting. The growth that about fifty percent of the user bases here in the us fifty percent is international. But we're seeing all sorts of conservatives and mega warriors and some of the favorite folks quite like the phone social media in addition to yourself. Dennis desouza mike pompeo ben carson marjorie taylor green and of course one of the things. I still have twitter on my phone now to have it. I'll go and look at it. Every now and then i kind of dread when it opened up twitter. Whatever the left wing soros bart's going on the attack today and Yes orangemen bad. And they hate president trump and it's it's all negative on nasty and then opened up getter and direction. Real conversations is kind of exciting speakeasy of conversations. There's been some news in the last twenty four forty hours that the much vaunted much requested notifications feature is here forget on desktop and coming soon to the apps is that right. Yes absolutely and Trust me we. We've heard folks day we've got to have notifications that's what's gonna make the engagement Exploded in the way even more so before and by the way. We're seeing ton of engagement but you know we wanted. We made the decision that we wanted to launch. Until i four to get out there and because people were clamoring they wanna do social media platform something not controlled by the silicon valley tech oligarchs with people being d platform and shutdown. We wanna have some setup you know. We could have waited another month month and a half nature. everything was perfect or we had whole additional features. Wanna get launch In right now it's been sitting with Our good friends at apple for about two weeks now Just waiting is they control everything that goes onto the platform so as soon as they approve the next upgrade which can literally be any second which we've been waiting for about two weeks Then you will have notifications on On your iphone which will be great. It's on the desktop. Now people are already raving about it

Salem Radio Network Dennis Desouza Mike Pompeo Marjorie Taylor President Trump Ben Carson Twitter Bart Facebook United States Apple
"jason miller" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"jason miller" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"We can do a fast set up like a repeat feature where every time you put that you know they'll be that makes twenty five dollars you're gonna give to you know to senator cruz and obviously on their back end to make sure you're not going over at bc limits and such. Then we make it real easy to contribute to these candidates so so it might like what they have to say great. I'm gonna go and contribute. Give them some money And then it's it's more of a routine investment As opposed to go the candidates have to go and beg point every time. Jason miller is our guest debtor. Gatt are go get it. It's a app that is going to i. Hope put twitter out of business competitions. A good thing and we needed this. It is long overdue. And i think this is a great opportunity. Jason's background his connections his desire to win. Because this is about winning at the end of the day this is about winning over twitter and facebook and our way of life in our thought process. I gotta tell you jason. I'm also very excited. You know youtube. When when they came out a lot of folks began monetize ing their content whether they were escape border or a political polemicist and they pulled away conservatives. they they they d- monetize conservatives. Some of whom were literally making their living or at least Subsidizing their living off of this the opportunity for folks who have a day job as an analyst or a car mechanic but have great things to say being able to supplement and eventually provide an entire income creating good content. I gotta tell you. This is very very exciting very exciting. It's so much fun. And i tell you just diving in and diamond dudas just seeing the engagement and the excitement and new people that are constantly coming on board the platform and It's It's a lot of fun to meet people. I haven't heard from in years jumping on my my cousin. My second cousin he's out in arizona reached out that. Hey all my friends were sharing This new platform and saying it's really cool and then i talked to my You know who my aunt is. And she's like oh. Did you know that your cousin chason started the social media company and he called me right away. It was like wow. I didn't even know this was this was you but you know this product is cool and all my friends are sharing in what we reached number eight on the apple app store on our launch date and yesterday number three overall on social media downloads..

senator cruz Jason miller twitter diamond dudas Jason jason youtube facebook chason arizona apple
"jason miller" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"jason miller" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"It's easy to use eight. We want to make sure. It's easy for americans use for people all around the world to go and use and that's where while we have so So many different languages that we already incorporates erupted. Nine languages were now fully functional and But it's the the ease ability so to speak the user experiences everything and that's We take these these little notes and suggestions very seriously and so as we You know all my my friends and people have worked with in politics need over the years. Have been kinda. Load me up with suggestions and We're going to keep working to make sure that it's perfect. And we're gonna continue to add new features of products and we're real excited to bring this to people so you can say you know what we have the best in class technology. It's fun it's easy to use their. Oh this is the other thing michael. The engagement rates on this are insane and Secretary pompeo who's on the platform along with ben carson and You know domestic sues Dc drain no and all your favorite conservatives who are out there Secretary pompeo posted a happy independence. Day on fourth of july and immediately had almost five thousand lights that people went to this is a vibrant active overnight community. Where we're saying you know what finally we have a cool place to go well and that is serving the need that. That's what that that's the beauty of of capitalism is serving the need because there is a need. You have talked a lot about. You've talked in in statements. I've seen about redundancies and backups. And after parlor was knocked off line and really lost what mojo they had by amazon's web hosting service. Aws you've pointed out that look we're we're going to have redundancies. We're going to have backups. You know that twitter and facebook are going to do everything they can to keep you from succeeding because your success is their failure. It comes at their expense. So what are you have to do to fend them. Off the way southwest airlines had to from the big airlines. Yeah no that's a great point as well so some of these things are easier to tackle some of them are more challenging so when it comes to the The web hosting Yes we're initially on. Aws that's amazon But we have redundancies. In place in case that relationship was not able to go forward But then on certain things for example apple is allowed to play judge during executioner when it comes to who can be in their closed environment. App store That is but where you best address. All of these things by having a A good common sense..

Secretary pompeo ben carson michael amazon southwest airlines twitter facebook apple App store
"jason miller" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"jason miller" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Their constant updates coming through your phone because there's so many variables and little things that pop up That you know some little tweets here some little tweak their e tiny do that essentially resubmit and provided you version of the app And this'll be a this'll be similarly. they're always going to be things that we're learning. He had also things were improving as we go forward so as we talk about kind of the you know this next quarter as we allow What we call online appreciation tipping content creators allowing them to make money from the The videos the means of articles that they're posting together That's that's how we're going to draw from these. Content creators to the platform is by having that political contributions that which we think will be he To getting some of these political figures on board and keep keeping my That's something that twitter's never really figured out how to do how to make that a fundraising vehicle for political candidates or we're going to be different and we're adding more languages mean literally even just Since we launched we've now added portuguese in german Which is great. Because we're actually getting more engagement from germany than any other country in europe in brazil is actually are number two Most actor country on our launch dates glad portuguese updated. And so it's it's you're always going to have updates. let's talk a little bit about the user experience. Obviously it's free to use What are some of the things one of the things. I've seen that you've talked about is a lack of censorship. the idea that you can speak freely. How far does that go. i actually questioned. This is You know when you talk with free speech advocates. This is something that they're very passionate about it. Some bit of you know quite frankly i. I'm passionate about because that's why you have this platform so our goal is to make sure that nobody is ever de platforms or censored based on sharing their political beliefs. And i think that's something that we should all strive for There are some basic speech With it's that the courts and other places have said go too far so for example if you are threatening physical harm to somebody If you are cyber stalking somebody if you're using Racial or religious epithets Online those are things that that goes beyond a political free speech issue into your hurting somebody else and so what we ask. Is that people realize for us to be able to have this platform to go have a platform where you're talking to be censored or he platforms Or have your political voice. Muffled there are some basic things that go with the rest of society That we ask that. Those aren't things that you try to bring onto this platform. Jason miller is our guest. The new app is called gator. Gatt are if you had enough of twitter. Here's your alternative jason. You know better than i do. Because of your years with with president trump and and campaigns and building messaging twitter tends to be a little younger little harder to operate. Facebook tends to be a little older little more open and expressive in terms of user base. Is this sort of a bridge between the two because one of the things i've seen is is the focus on making this easy to use twitter. A little complicated for first time you especially older users was that something you thought about. We want to be very smooth very easy to use something that people could download and get right into and look whether you're whether you're accessing on your On android or on your iphone or going right to the web we wanna make sure it's available on all platforms..

twitter brazil germany europe Jason miller jason Facebook
"jason miller" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"jason miller" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Designed to give freedom to people from the major hosting companies the social media platforms big tech and the types of folks who kicked president trump off of twitter. It is a big undertaking. And i pray that it succeeds. Because i hope a lot of other people enter the space and i hope that we can show our independence from people who have shown an unwillingness to allow for free speech. Jason miller long a close advisor to president trump has launched the new app. It's called gator. G. e. t. t. r. Check it out. Gatt are getter. jason first of all. What did you hope to accomplish by doing this. Because this. this isn't for the faint of heart to try to compete with big tech. Now michael thank you so much for having me on what. It is a lot goes. This is months almost a year of work and effort going into this tens of millions of dollars to get to this point but what we saw after last year whether it be big tech in the social media oligarchs coming together to squash the hundred biden story for example and they decide who can cover stories in cami keeping by it All the social media said no. We're gonna have a blackout on this community share. The story even though turned out to be a hundred percent true then of course we saw president trump platform from all his social media efforts that he was on And just completely in efforts to silence him we realize we need a new social media platform. We need something that actually braces free speech and independent thought and weaning. To when you've seen over the past these last six months we need to reject this whole notion of d platforming and cancel culture. So what we wanted to come up with. Though i think too often conservatives have been told oh you can have another platform. It's going to be inferior if you look like a junior varsity version of Of what a real social media platform should look like and we decided we're going to have some has best in class technology and make it look really good. And that's where some of the ideas for a longer posts whether it be seven hundred seventy seven characters longer videos upwards of three minutes and twenty five thirty percent sharper images. So things aren't compressed nearly as much so it looks a lot better the fact that we allow people to import in their entire tweet history At a one time sign up which is very very cool And even the in video editing is a really features. you don't have to go and bounce around between different apps you can do it. All right there so get her is really cool platform it's anyone who embraces free speech The principles of rejecting cancer culture. Then you're somebody we want you to have joined. the platform built a couple of companies using database platforms that had to be coded from scratch. And it was an overwhelming daunting task. The glitches in the bugs twitter's had fifteen years at that. Should we expect a few of those at the beginning because realistically this is a difficult thing to do i mean obviously they're gonna have a couple of things You know little things and that's part of the reason if anyone say for example you have An iphone for example. And you always notice that they're constantly these it doesn't matter. It's door dash or nike or in commercial product..

president trump Jason miller twitter biden jason michael cancer nike
"jason miller" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"jason miller" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"Never forget it was really good lesson But that's hard line to draw like. I'll give you an example. There was a csi old school guy much richer down in somewhere in the southeast. I think in georgia died with a student but like when he was famous for was literally shutting a students fuel off in tiger and actually having them land in a field right so they would actually glide to field and set the airplane down and he did this for decades. And just to your point. It was probably amazing. Training like it was probably the best engine failure education. A student could ever get right up until the day. He had a power line agency with the student. And they're both killed so it's like there's a certain mike risk benefit you know like That's the we don t spins anymore because something like ninety three percents Allston accidents were happening in tool training. Two-thirds some crazy high number. So it's tough one. It's really tough. Wanna watering down too much. And i don't know where that line is a leave it up to others to find it but But yeah i i. I don't students deal off. I would agree with you. I don't think it's needed. I was just kind of pointing out the the benefit that you had and that kind of realizing how you react in certain situations but it doesn't seem like it's worth the risk you know it's like you just cost way too much of an issue and you actually have starved fuel of engine of or you start the engine of fuel and we don't know but it's going to restart you know it's like the you've introduced a risk that we didn't need to have you know it could be negative trade. Yeah could mean. I mean it's a tough one You know it's funny. That guy called me but my friend who did that as he was. This time i shut your few awhile. And i you know i talk about it all the time i was like of course now. That was so stupid. I'm sorry we've been thinking about for years. I'm afraid to call man. Jesus assignment because i tell people how dumb your every day use your last name. I should jason thank you so much for for coming on the podcast man. I really enjoyed talking with you. And your expertise Like you said your career cfi. I think it's so cool that you're crucifying. You love it so much that you wanted to make a career out of it especially in a time where being a cfi is kind of seen as just a very much. A stopping point on your path to becoming A regional airline pilot and then to the majors over fractionals. But it's awesome to see that you can make a career out of this. You can kind of really make a difference in the aviation world and in love what you do so i really appreciate it. I think what you're doing is awesome. And i can't wait to see what's next grounds up. Learn the final points as a whole awesome justin. Yeah thank you so much. It's always good to talk to you. i really really appreciate your av nation. That is a rapid episode. One seventy six of the pilot. The pilot podcast as i said earlier enjoyed the episode. Check us out on instagram at pilot. The pilot checkout pilots coffee in huge tour sponsor. Ground school help learn the final points. And jason taylor. I hope you enjoy these. Ask ac- is. I think they're very beneficial just to talk through some scenarios and talk through your questions so if you have questions make sure ask him next time but nation hope you guys are having a great day and has always happy flying..

jason georgia justin instagram both Two jason taylor Jesus ninety three percents One thirds decades Allston years one seventy six
"jason miller" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"jason miller" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"Days off. So it's kinda best both worlds justin living my dream. Yeah he's living oliver dean. It's jetsuitex no offense but Everything he's like nearly top senior dog. That's good a complete jokes to twist my word. Those trying to be funny but yeah it's It's funny when we talked to the film the other day in your say i noticed how your requirements of airplanes or your want. An airplane has changed drastically in the last couple of years because how expensive airplanes are and it's like started with a really cool to a six and now it's down to like a one. Twenty-one forty one six or one eighty one seventy a stray till one eighty two from like the fifties. I'll take anything like come on. Yeah no for sure and you know has been so amazing that way because you know it doesn't really matter what's on the panel are flying because everybody has access senior powerful tools for navigation and weather that runs garments may add to. Yeah yeah sorry. i'm i'm right one. Sorry but I always have one of my browser tabs as always executive controller and. I'm just looking my. I don't know i mean. Airplanes are expensive. But it's not like a lot of people. Think i mean you could find their premiums for seventy eighty thousand dollars which is a lot of money i know but like you know you can finance that and get into a payment for five hundred dollars bond owning our pipe right so yeah you definitely can not payments like thirty five years or like forty years so if you like fully on that airplane for that long the interest you're paying and that's pretty incredible but you know just don't look don't look at it that way to think about the lights out. Yeah it's the last time it's the memories it's The romance of flying off the money. That's one question again it was. What's the most common failure you've seen on a commercial check like of all the instruction you've doing has kind of been one gotcha as whenever someone has failed to check cried Whether it i guess just general notice do commercial. What's like something that's been. Commoner usually shows up Mexican question in on the commercial. I find that. There's a lot of confusion around steep spiral. And i think it's not just confusion for applicants. Confusion on the part of examiners. In fact there was one one of my students became an instructor and called me and said that his students failed a steep spiral for not having steep enough bank. But it's really the the name of the numerous neighb- growl there's no bank angle requirement whatsoever avenue very night ran and check european flying handbook and essentially a descending turnaround points so there can't be banking requirements because your bank angle is going to change depending on how strong the winds are really light wind. You of shallow bank and anyway. This examiner appeared to not understand that and failed the guy for tolerances that weren't in the acs weren't even aeroplane flying him. But on i keep hearing about that. I'm also i think is another one. That examiners seemed to have strong opinions on one way or another. I was really proud to be able to make a video on youtube. Which get a lot of feedback on where people are like. Thank you for that. Because it finally makes sense because it's really beautiful elegant maneuver. And i just find that again. It's one that a lot of applicants understand but also a lot of examiners. Don't understand although. I think if you fly it the way i laid out in youtube i have yet to hear an examiner. Have any sort of issue at that. It's it's just one more. The truth is not widely available or it wasn't elsa lazy eights or my favorite maneuver and commercial training. My instructor was old school and when we practiced it we would practice. You'd call them crazy eights and we would have a lot of fun with a subject. Please like you can have a lot of fun with this. You can make this like a fun maneuver and we made it fun and i actually really enjoyed it and i had to be very careful to not do the crazy eights on my check right and make them just lazy. It's not really because it's it's essentially a win over you're crazy it's probably just. We know that was pretty fun. And you're talking with a steep spiral Or spiraling sent. Whatever you want to call it when we were doing on my list. We're doing it on my multi. Engine check ride. We're doing an a seneca in the door popped open. Well didn't pop all the way open but it wasn't fully locked anymore just cracked so an made this immediate really strong buffeting feeling the airplane dislike. I mean look like an idiot right now. moving my hands up and down and you can't see it. But it was very loud. And it was buffering crazy and i immediately stopped the maneuver and we leveled out and he was able to kind of i mean i don't know if he i can't remember able to polish and he's like all right that's fine. You did good like you understand like something weird is happening and you and everything's good. You're pse check that often. It's all check. But yeah i eights on pylons eighth on pylons or my lisa maneuver and i thought there the dumbest thing in the world and it was just based on your judgement which i guess is like judging the winds and judging everything but i hated eights on pylons because you just picked the wrong do points you were screw that was it the whole maneuvers. Picking the right points. And it's not easy because they have to be the right distance apart. And they also have to be perpendicular to the wind or the line between them has to be perpendicular of a wind and doesn't have to be but that's like issue. Were able to find that if you're able to find two points the right distance apart and a line between them is perpendicular to the win. All of a sudden maneuver makes sense. You can find the right conditions and the rainman do and the right distance your points. He like i get it. I see what they're saying in. The book is all make sense if the wind isn't perpendicular than the book is sort of wrong. And if they're too far apart you're totally hosed. I mean yeah the maneuver is really like said it's all about taking and now to only really maneuver. That gave me any kind of like stress for that exam. I was finding ero. And i could fly the crap out of time. Oh so happy to fly. Thought it was like the coolest pilot in the world flying an advanced airplanes. And i just was so comfortable flying the only one i feel comfortable with the eights on pylons and it's just truly because it's just a judgment it's just did you understand the winds that day. Did you pick the perfect distance of those two points in. Did you make it work. Because yeah yeah he said if you pick the on screwed right right and you know. I always tell people maneuvers like that. Where there's some of it is. Subjective insolvent is objective. Make sure at the very least you you dot the i's and crossed the ts in the objective stuff. Lego lake. what is short view. Landing is a good example and union. Having examiners say this to me like if the person floods fifty feet or one hundred feet you know pat if they can pass forty two hundred million passenger spots hundred feet or four hundred feet depending on the shipping ticket. But if you think you've gone further than that it's totally subjective. The examiner doesn't exactly no no one's standing out there with a flag a tape measure but if you fail to hit the brakes raise the flaps. That's obvious and objective right like so at the very least make sure you're doing all the obvious and objective stuff and if there are things that are subjective whether or not the point made some pylons gets behind the way from the way that sort of a judgment call and you.

fifty feet one hundred feet five hundred dollars hundred feet youtube forty years seventy eighty thousand dollar four hundred feet forty two hundred million thirty five years two points one question two six fifties eighty both worlds seventy Lego lake last couple of years
"jason miller" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"jason miller" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"Things than you can. Check that box Here's another one. It is how to teach students good judgment. And i guess it's can you teach judgment or is that a learned skill that they develop their own their own experiences. It's it's a tough one but we were. It's really tough in like it's you know we should really go into a long conversation on it but like one glob learning. We were just talking about the live. Intensity can sometimes teach judgment like In example mike so nothing really teach judgment but back to might be like a cattle prod in the direction of hey you need to move closer to better judgment like for example in the bay area get that at vaction fog you know the classic carl the fog which comes in every summer just everything's overcast. San-carlos is in an anomaly. Attends tends to stay clear longer and get clear sooner so I had a great student one time. Tom is brilliant. Kid these organ for spacex. He's like engineers motivated hashana prepared like nothing wrong with him as a student at all and i remember driving down san francisco and i'm in like four hundred foot overcast and i column and i was like hey did you get the weather. Ladies on the plane and everything looks good. And i knew he was just looking at the mutahar. Marlins looking straight up because every other airport in the bay area was fogged in. And i get to the airplane and i push it a little more. I'm like hey you got your shirt. But today's feel like a good day to go out and he's like yeah. Looters good windsor. This is billy's ten like okay. Let's go so. I knew right there that i was going to leverage alive intensity. I knew that he wasn't going to get much further the cross winter before he saw what was really going on out there. And that's exactly what happened that you took off. Turn the airplane. And he can immediately see that he was in a giant bowl basically and everything else is fogged in and he kind of turned white and i was like you still think it's a good day to go. I like well. Maybe not a pattern seeking late now. That's that's an intense experience for him. I'm sure he didn't forget aaron but retirement this for a long time. That's just like a cattle prod. I think in general you want to start teaching judgment by telling people your own failures like as a cf. I you know i mean. I've been doing this for a long time. And i've made some stupid decisions along the way and i think being honest about that was important and what i learned from them and getting a so that people don't think you're just being macho or you would never make those mistakes. I think also looking at real world accidents that are happening on a regular basis to try to understand mistakes that people are making you know like we have a kid like another really bright kid. This was really sad. It was a young guy in his early twenties and he was doing really well and business and he bought a muni he was gonna commute to the foothills of back and took off out of. I think it was hayward one nine and flew right in the mount. Albo just didn't see the mountain and it was like you know just. He was in an airplane. That was over his head. He kind of pushing the limits a little too far on. He wasn't leveraging all the technology he had available and customers life just knowing that there are really smart. People out there that are making mistakes can help sort of you know. Control your desire to do anything stupid. Then yeah just. It's a tough thing to teach. It is and it's one of the things that you really only learn from your mistakes and you learn from hearing other people's mistakes you know it's like you is your instructor. It's very important for you to tell everyone because they kind of think you're like the god of aviation at that point you know everything and you're teaching them everything you know. It's important to tell them. Hey i mess up still to. This is how i messed up. And if you see this don't do this or learn from me. And then as they continue to go. It's like The one you were talking about with the weather in the fog in. It's like you were there to guide him to show him that he was making a bad mistake but you let them learn on his own if you just told them that then he might have not fully grasped it because you really only truly learn when you put yourself in a situation where you're like oh crap and i'm never gonna let you literally say the words. I'm never doing that again. And then it's your duty to go to other people to stay away from that bill k. Really just look at the taft. Some to kind of get the big picture. Don't just look at this one airport. Look at every airport and really good a good idea. What's going on. Yeah totally totally. And you actually reminded me like in your world in the professional world. I think that we've learned that you know there are certain external pressures once you know once you're out there that are just too strong to deny and so having like formal constraints right like you guys fi with an operations manual which allows you to do certain things and doesn't allow you to do other things that's kind of how it works in your world. Yeah we have ao am fm. There's a lot of kind of controlling documents and try to keep everything very standardized and Make sure no one goes cowboy out there like a lotta politics but yeah it's very standardized and there's multiple fallback fair like what is right and what is wrong. It's very plainly written. Yeah exactly and i think that it's fair for ge to borrow that stuff too like if people should start writing down their own. I mean we have this vague concept of personal minimums right. But it's so like sometimes when i lecture i'm like they want approval minimums like everybody raises their hand like how many people have ever written those down. Five percent of the people keep their hands up. You know what i mean like. It's like this day deal. Sorta lakes fifteen knots about you know but people should get really specific with not just a personal loans all of those standard procedures. That's been a huge thing that's evolved over the last twenty years. I think we can just see cielo from pros like like see if you can find professional hired to talk about their. Sap's they allowed to do. What are they not allowed to do. And just start to write your own. I think and hard part the really hard part is adhering to one. Because there's nobody looking over your shoulder exactly you don't have the the plane telling on you. You do something wrong with foca. Like most of the jets do You don't have a c- a five with you all the time to really stay on your. There's really no accountability accountability. You're the only accountability that you have when you're in the airplane and you. It's very important to stay accountable. And there's a lot of times. Get their ideas or your macho attitude you can be like. I've i know my limits. Fifteen or twenty nine. But it's only twenty three. And i'll be fine and it's just important remember. That knows situation is the same just because you did at one. Time doesn't mean you can do it again. No it's like you have these limits. Stick to them because they will help. Save your life and keep you safe and other people say yeah. Yeah that's so true What was the thing. You just mentioned. Decent folklore or folk. I don't know the actual kind of what it means the acronym itself but focus is With jets with airlines plane. I fly the plane reports back to collect all the data and all the data's complied and then reviewed and if something the airline set limits of what is their Okay based on. Ps or based on standardized approaches or whatever stabilized approaches. whatever it may be and if there's any erroneous data or there's any kind of data out of the limits it gets flagged to the focal gatekeepers readers and then they will then call the pilots and they will talk to him about the bill k. We noticed here that you were out of limits Y what happened kind of get a better idea. And then they come up with all this data and they get reports every single month and they kind of show what the what the crews are doing. What's going on with airplanes and how we can do better and be safer not necessarily safer but how we can make sure we avoid certain situations or how we can make sure We're always stabilized and we're.

san francisco Tom Fifteen Five percent today twenty three fifteen knots aaron one time Albo four hundred foot twenty nine bill things one of mike last twenty years every single month one nine twenties
"jason miller" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"jason miller" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"Question answered just follow us and look out for A question box on one of our stories. And you have the ability to ask jason a question. I'm not a cfi by and don't listen. Anything i say in this episode. Only listen to what jason's invaluable perspective. Yeah sure whatever you say. I have not really looked these over too much so i'll be reading these often. We'll kind of just go from there. You ready to start. I am ready right this one kind of have some people that i've been following on instagram. They are. It's not a question for them per se but it's something they're dealing with right now. It's the athol why what's a good way to study for that for. Why not just memorize it but also utilizing information while that one is really yeah. That's a really interesting question because the f. ally free mayor doesn't know that's the fundamentals of instruction in that covers concepts like you know the the learning process maslow's hierarchy of needs like laws. Learning on summit is kind of. I don't know where it is. I was gonna say flaw for some of it is like not that important. Right like for example maslow's hierarchy of which basically says like you're someone is in a place where life where they're ready to fly and they're not gonna learn that's a senior concept it's like an sort of self corrects like by the time somebody shows up at the airport with money in their pocket and they say i wanna fly there already in the right place that hierarchy. You know what i mean. There's tim the unemployed people showing up at the airport. Saying how do i get started. So they they know how to address in the morning. They're not achieve themselves. They've obviously got a little money. So that's just like oh cool note but there's other parts of the fbi. That are really the more i teach more. I realized how deep they are. Like if you look at the laws of learning for example. A lot of privacy law recency law exercise. Those are things that flight instructors are going to encounter all the time and actually as you get better and better and better at teaching you are actually learn to leverage like you will see opportunities like to leverage a lot of intensity or you know so one thing that a new instructor might do is look over their lesson plans as you make them and just sort of ask yourself. Are there any like you know. Considering the laws of learning might cough or stalls spins is a good example. Is there a way for needs to leverage the law intensity here or when should i love intensity says that you know. Intense experiences are are remembered. More profoundly so using example allston. You wouldn't want to take somebody out and say look at this like you know them without telling him on thursday day because that would be too intense but you might say you know you might say to yourself. I'm going to build somebody into this. Gonna start with slow flight novelty controlled sol's and i'm gonna make sure they're fully comfortable than we're gonna do. Suspends fully recovered stands in by the time. We're done then. yes. I'm gonna show that i'm sort of accidentally the beginning of span right so when i feel that they are ready for it you know then i will introduce this intense lesson so nick. Should i remember it like that kind of thing. You can sort of apply those laws of learning to lessons that you're planning make sense. Good answer. I have no other input on next. I never took the. Sol really studied for it so easy tasma cf. i'd service sleep through and myself included in. I think it was ten years even teammate. My teaching rows like while. Where's that book again. Because like i keep hitting these things like this is real you kind of brought up a few points that leads to the next question. I was gonna ask and you're talking about lessons. Plan lesson plans. This is a question that says. How do you even start making lesson plans. Like what would you recommend for new. Cfi or someone going into the cf check ride. That wants to bring their lessons lesson plans. How do you even start the process. I know when. I initially started my. And like i said i never finished it. But it was more of me adapting. What my instructor did in kinda using his lesson. Plan making a my own. What would you recommend for someone in that situation. Well it's like to some extent. Sally he just google's see if i- lesson plans you're gonna see a bunch of examples in there is a form to a tablet You've got a lesson objective by the end you've got the common errors and you know there's a form to it so i would write that form just blank right. I would actually create the lessons. I would think of writing lesson plans a little bit like creating a business plan a battle plan across country fight plan right and it's the value is not that you're going to execute it perfectly. The value is that you think through all of the potentials of what might happen ahead of time lake. What's the there's a joke. I'm not a military but there's a joke about battle plans right like they don't survive the battle the minute you get out there. Everything you plan is just gone. But if you didn't do the planning you wouldn't have the resources in your mind available to like deal with what's really happening. I mean that's how i think of flight planning to which is one of the things in today's world. That's challenging. i don. I won't take the flight plans but the more flake cleaning tools like four a become powerful really powerful extraordinarily powerful. Were in danger of losing this process of sort of flying a flight in your mind which is really what should be happening. Or what what you're forced to do. If you're planning it with like a protracted paper in the plotter like you have to fly in your mind and it's that part of it in fact that is actually valuable so the same is true for lesson plans just right before on a blank piece of paper you know our word processor whatever and then start selling it in and if you need like resources use the faa books like the flying handbook. Has the objective for the lessons has the common errors on but you can use other resources to you and this is why one of just being granted getting you know everyone over the head with brown school but it's why when we may be app. Each one of the flying lessons starts with a briefing been goes into the actual airplane lesson in ends with the debriefing. It emulates real life on the same living lesson plans. So if you're a ceo. Fires if i can tell you should definitely check out the free trial of the app at least and see how that flight section laid out. How have your lesson plans. Change your career as a fight instructor. Have they stayed pretty constant or the constantly changing. I think the common errors part of it has changed quite a bit. Because like you know you'll go into airplane flying handbook. And they'll have like a long list of commoners maybe like sixty percent of it is real and there's definitely stuff that they're missing the f. a. guys and girls are lake during an office somewhere and they have experienced like they've done it but it's i think you know in practice You're gonna find the common areas aren't exact and i think also like completion standards is something that is like become more valuable to me over the years where it's very important to me these days that we have a very explicit completion standard that we both agree on before we go out so like lesson plans can be pretty high altitude like the objective of the sloth. Late is to learn how to do slow flight. It's like yeah okay you know. That's that's pretty high out the bring me camera way down and say you know today. We're going out to work on. You know how pitch in power change to achieve different air speeds and the completion standard is when you can do that and hold sufficient right rudder that you're looking in right spot so that you come back from the lesson or the sub lesson even for skill like slow flight and save. The student did we. You know did you. Were you able to do this and were you able to do this. Were you able to do the Achieved those completions standards. Do you feel comfortable with that. Now do you feel like you can go out next time. Re people's wants to see if i am the senior. Both reinoso.

jason Sally sixty percent thursday day ten years instagram google Both one both reinoso one thing today Each one one of our stories things allston Sol
"jason miller" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"jason miller" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"I've been teaching flying for over. Twenty years have been working over the last ten years. Sort of put that information into our grounds will apps that everybody in the world has access to high-quality play treatment. Aviation what is going on in. Welcome back to the pilot. The pilot podcast. Today's episode is with jason miller. Jason miller is the creator learned funding points in the ground school app and we have an advocacy affi- and if you've ever wanted ask i questioned jason miller is the cfi to ask. I have watched videos. When i was doing training so i could figure out stuff even though he was all the way out on the west coast. So it's really kind of cool with To see where this has become an have the opportunity to ask him questions on a monthly basis. If you'd like to ask a question make sure you follow me on instagram story. Probably about every month. I'll do one where. I put up the question box where you can ask jason a question and ask him any question. Everything is on limits. I'm sure who regret me saying that. But sergey jason artists didn't even hope you enjoyed today's episode. If you do please check us out on instagram. at pilot. The pilot pilots coffee for some of the best coffee in the world. And i'm not even joking the world. It's pretty amazing. But pilots coffee dot com. Where you can get that we also should have some cool announce here coming in the next couple of weeks with asa. Stay tuned even issued. If you're gonna be at oshkosh let me know should be july twenty eighth through the thirty first. i believe. I think it's thursday through the saturday. So they're trying to find a lesson plans to meet up lookout for some meet ups and we'll meet up for sure but i don't want to keep you any longer. So any further do. Here's jason miller for blurring the final points and the ground school up jason. What's going on man. Welcome back to the pilot. The pilot podcast since always good to be here. Yeah i'm excited to have you on. You're probably the most recurring guest on the podcast. So congratulations maybe or my condolences. More than i want some free coffee coffee. So that's a good point. I'm actually sending some out today. So i'll make sure a text me or dress when we're done and i'll get you some of the i'd let me try to catch. Whoa cool So we are going to do another kind of ask assia fi segment. We have a bunch of questions from instagram. Will pick kind of a handful of them kind of just pick them on the go before we get started with that kind of update in your life. What's going on with you. you know. Twenty twenty up until now has been crazy. He's been hectic You did launch ground school it's kind of taken off. And it's doing well. Wha- what's going on with you and where are you standing right now while man while it's just so cool to see the world by opening up again and see people get hired by the airlines so you know flying is just. It's just really well to this whole cova thing. There's tons and tons of students asking the fly so you know my life is a balance of working with with students of course in the real world private owners and all sorts of students. You know running these airplane camp trips. We do every summer which were back into you and probably more than anything else working on ground school which is kinda funny because it's all about flying but it's just got me like you know it's it's building tack essentially right like we're pointing everything that i i know trying to put into the app. So it's just constant little updates little tweaks adding content adding functionality. But it's really cool. We have a huge community of people that are using it providing feedback. We're getting amazing reviews in the app store. And we're super. She's proud of what night. So that's mostly what i'm not really cool it's it's pretty cool. The app is awesome. I mean i am removed from training but going through the app. And i say this all the time i want to get into general aviation i mean i. I keep making excuses for not. Do i sound like someone that is getting ready. That wants to be a pilot like oh it's just too expensive. You know it's like well here. I am a professional pilot. And i'm still looking germany aviation. I was like oh. It's too expensive to get into. But i i look at the app and it just it is great information and it's done so well and it's very professional looking and it's Yeah i think it's a very valuable tool for someone in their training beginning their training or even someone that just wants a little refresher that wants to Remember what it's like a and kind of get back up to speed with laws stuff. Yeah yeah that's cool. That's good to hear that you know that's part of like i'm trying to figure out with the app. It's definitely good you know. We know that it's good for like your written test. We know that it's good. If you're a private pilot on that is going through any kind of training or headed to check ride and really what we're trying to get feedback on and add functionality. For is making it really accessible easy news for somebody. That's like looking for a fight review on. Yeah somebody like like. Juan brown on youtube has been using a lot and he's in a smaller sour. He's like an airline pilot and just doesn't remember all the little rules. That are t a little airspace rules or or whatever so it's really cool to get feedback and work with people. I'm trying to continue to build a product that works in the way you need. It's work i'm guessing. It's you had this grand idea of what the app was gonna look like before you made it but now it is where it is. Has it been kind of a straight point. Eight to point b For eight essentially or has it been a constant kind of evolution. And it's been changing in ways. You never thought it would become more or start to to look like yeah. It's it's definitely that second thing and that part is really interesting. Because i i actually have to sometimes sit down and just kind of close my eyes meditate back to like what the original intention is or was on. It's really easy. And i can see how this happens to so many comedies. Like really easy. Mr the leaves the forest for the trees and just start taking the path of least resistance. it's funny. There's this old story about steve jobs where he was making. His team do rounded corners on squares neighborhood. That story like if you ever look at an apple you'll notice that all the boxes have rounded corners and it was really really hard to do at the time microsoft just went right angles on their on their boxes and steve jobs like like super. He said it's super important that we have rounded corners. And everyone is like. Why are we working our butts off to rounded corners. And he's like come with me and it takes him on a walk the streets and he's like look at every street sign you see. They all have rounded corners and he like planted a flag in the ground to make sure that his guys were gonna work double time just to make sure that they had rounded corners out like his vision. And it's those little battles like when rebuilding grounds philosophers. Sometimes i really have to deepen say this is like this is really important to new original mission. It's for us. It's not rounded corners. It's like whatever it is but it's really easy to say well. It's just easier to go this way. It's going to save us like one hundred hours works. Let's just go this way and so staying true to the original vision is actually harder than off on the other side of that is like you have to listen to people. So we're getting from people saying. Hey you guys should do this or you guys should do that and that stuff is actually taking the app in a direction that i never to need an sees. I think like a balance between those two things is is one of the things that's challenging about what we're doing but it's also super cool to watch how that plays out definitely for someone listening right now. Where can they go get the app. Or what's the best way to get one formation on just learn the finer points dot com pretty much have the homepage like tuned up to. Just tell you about overnight so if you can make it to learn the finer points.

Twenty years Jason miller jason jason miller saturday youtube july twenty eighth thursday Today Juan brown one hundred hours today two things Twenty twenty Eight microsoft instagram eight oshkosh second thing
Interview With CFI, Jason Miller

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Interview With CFI, Jason Miller

"Jason. What's going on man. Welcome back to the pilot. The pilot podcast since always good to be here. Yeah i'm excited to have you on. You're probably the most recurring guest on the podcast. So congratulations maybe or my condolences. More than i want some free coffee coffee. So that's a good point. I'm actually sending some out today. So i'll make sure a text me or dress when we're done and i'll get you some of the i'd let me try to catch. Whoa cool So we are going to do another kind of ask assia fi segment. We have a bunch of questions from instagram. Will pick kind of a handful of them kind of just pick them on the go before we get started with that kind of update in your life. What's going on with you. you know. Twenty twenty up until now has been crazy. He's been hectic You did launch ground school it's kind of taken off. And it's doing well. Wha- what's going on with you and where are you standing right now while man while it's just so cool to see the world by opening up again and see people get hired by the airlines so you know flying is just. It's just really well to this whole cova thing. There's tons and tons of students asking the fly so you know my life is a balance of working with with students of course in the real world private owners and all sorts of students. You know running these airplane camp trips. We do every summer which were back into you and probably more than anything else working on ground school which is kinda funny because it's all about flying but it's just got me like you know it's it's building tack essentially right like we're pointing everything that i i know trying to put into the app. So it's just constant little updates little tweaks adding content adding functionality. But it's really cool. We have a huge community of people that are using it providing feedback. We're getting amazing reviews in the app store. And we're super. She's proud of what night. So that's mostly what i'm not

Jason Instagram App Store
Trump looking to launch social media platform, adviser says

Daily Tech News Show

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Trump looking to launch social media platform, adviser says

"Adviser to president trump. Jason miller told fox news that the former president will return to social media in quote about two or three months with quote. his own platform. Miller predicted the platform will attract tens of millions of users but said president trump is conducting meetings several companies about the platform indicating. It is still in the planning

President Trump Jason Miller Fox News Miller
'The Hottest Ticket in Social Media': Trump Plots His Comeback

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

'The Hottest Ticket in Social Media': Trump Plots His Comeback

"What is former President Trump up to these days? But we're hearing that there's a major focus on social media. Former President Trump is looking to launch his own social media platform in the months ahead. I do think that we're going to see President Trump returning to social media and probably about two or three months here with his own platform, senior advisor Jason Miller on the Fox News show. Media Buzz. This is something I think will be the hottest ticket. Social media is gonna completely redefined the game and everybody is gonna be waiting and watching to see what exactly President Trump does, but it will be his own platform, Miller says. It will be big. Mr. Trump was permanently banned from his preferred platform of Twitter in January but has been sending tweet like statements from his office to reporters. Matt Piper CBS

President Trump Donald Trump Jason Miller Fox News Mr. Trump Miller Twitter Matt Piper CBS
Trump looking to launch social media platform, adviser says

Houston's Morning News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Trump looking to launch social media platform, adviser says

"Trump deep platform by Social media after the July six capital incident. Well no, that would be January six Capital incident will return to social media with his own platform, Maybe Allegedly in 2 to 3 months. This is something that I think will be the hottest ticket in social media is going to completely redefined the game and everybody is gonna be waiting and watching to see what exactly President Trump does, But it will be his own platform that senior adviser to Trump there, Jason Miller on Fox, he said. Trump will continue to endorse Republican candidates, just the ones that he feels good about

President Trump Jason Miller Donald Trump FOX
Trump Plots Social Media Comeback in 2 to 3 Months

The Ben Shapiro Show

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Plots Social Media Comeback in 2 to 3 Months

"Former President Trump will be returning to social media by creating his own platform. Trump spokesperson Jason Miller told Fox News. He will return to social media in 2 to 3 months. He added that the new platform will be his own and will attract tens of millions of new users and will completely redefined the game. The former commander in chief, has been permanently suspended from Twitter and other social platforms following the incitement of the U. S. Capitol riots on January

Jason Miller Donald Trump Fox News Twitter U.
Trump looking to launch social media platform, adviser says

Leo Laporte

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Trump looking to launch social media platform, adviser says

"Years. Former president Trump was banned from several social media platforms following the attack on the Capitol. I do think that we're going to see President Trump returning to social media and probably about two or three months here with his own platform, and this is something that I think will be the hottest ticket in social media is going to completely redefined the game and everybody is going to be waiting in Washington, see what exactly President Trump does. But it will be his own platform. His former senior adviser, Jason Miller, on Fox's media buzz with Howard

President Trump Donald Trump Washington Jason Miller FOX Howard
Trump to launch social media platform in coming months

Rush Limbaugh

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Trump to launch social media platform in coming months

"Platforms following the attack on the Capitol. I do think that we're going to see President Trump returning to social media and probably about two or three months here with his own platform, and this is something I think will be the hottest ticket in social media is going to completely redefined the game and everybody is going to be waiting in Washington, See What exactly President Trump does, but it will be his own platform. His former senior adviser, Jason Miller, on Fox is media buzz with Howard Kurds, state lawmakers, nursing home staff and family

President Trump Washington Jason Miller Howard Kurds FOX
Trump looking to launch social media platform, adviser says

WMAL Programming

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Trump looking to launch social media platform, adviser says

"The Capitol riot, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook gave then President Donald Trump the boot. Now Mr Trump has a plan to get back on Social Media senior advisor Jason Miller. I do think that we're going to see President Trump returning the social media and probably about two or three months here with his own platform, and this is something that I think will be the hottest ticket in Social Media. Miller on His media buzz

President Donald Trump Mr Trump President Trump Instagram Jason Miller Twitter Facebook Social Media Miller
Congressman, NAACP sue Trump and Giuliani over Capitol riot

Sean Hannity

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Congressman, NAACP sue Trump and Giuliani over Capitol riot

"And adviser to former President Donald Trump, says his longtime lawyer and confident Rudy Giuliani is not representing him in legal matters at this time. They are both named in a new lawsuit over the Capitol attack. In a lawsuit filed in federal District Court in Washington, the N W. A S A P and Democratic congressman Bennie Thompson claim for president Trump Rudy Giuliani, the proud boys in the oath keepers conspired to incite the January 6 riot. And that they violated the 18 71 Ku Klux Klan Act by preventing Congress from carrying out its official duties. A Trump advisor Jason Miller says Trump is not organized or insight or conspire to incite any violent oxes Rachel Sutherland. The suit seeks unspecified damages. This is Congress plans, hearings on security issues and a non 11 style commission. To

Rudy Giuliani Federal District Court Bennie Thompson Donald Trump Washington Jason Miller Rachel Sutherland Congress
"jason miller" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"jason miller" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Jason Miller's a senior adviser to the 45th president, who appeared on Fox. What we're really seeing here from the Democrats is canceled CULTURE on a constitutional level on Capitol Hill, Mike Emanuel, Fox News president Biden and Vice President Kamila Harris on Monday took a virtual tour of a mass vaccination side operating at the Arizona Cardinals stadium in Glendale. Our hope is that we're gonna be able to not only get keep the commitment to get up 100 million shots and people's arms by the 1st 100 days. I think we'll get will exceed that considerably. The NFL is currently hosting similar sites at seven stadiums and has offered the use of all of its facilities for mass vaccination sites. Health officials say a mutated version of the Corona virus variants is taking hold across the U. S. A new study from the CDC says the more contagious UK variant of the Corona virus is spreading rapidly in the U. S, doubling the number of cases about every 10 days. It also says the mutation Will dominate covert cases. By March. Fox's Tanya J. Powers, House Democrats on Monday proposed an additional $1400 in direct payments to Americans as part of President Biden's $1.9 Trillion over 19 relief package. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network, download and listen to the virus. And Tim Ladies. This is why you must not laugh at many jokes. Yes, yes, and try and like, make them like things like, if your as a way of flirting because then they will run around thinking they're funny. Like Cam Cam is not funny at all. And I told about you like older girls like a love of my jokes like that, because they were trying.

President Biden Fox president Vice President Kamila Harris Fox News Cam Cam Tim Ladies Arizona Cardinals stadium America Mike Emanuel Jason Miller Glendale senior adviser NFL CDC Tanya J. Powers UK
Trump won't testify at Senate impeachment trial, his lawyers say

Tim Conway Jr.

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Trump won't testify at Senate impeachment trial, his lawyers say

"House Democrats have asked former President Trump to testify at his impeachment trial, trumps charged with a single article of inciting insurrection. His lawyers have denied the allegation. And advisor Jason Miller says the president will not testify in an unconstitutional proceeding to trial in the Senate set to begin

President Trump House Jason Miller Senate
Trump attorneys have left legal team ahead of impeachment trial

NPR News Now

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Trump attorneys have left legal team ahead of impeachment trial

"Attorneys preparing to defend donald trump in his second impeachment. Trial have parted ways with the former president just days before deadline trump must answer the articles of impeachment for incitement of an insurrection by tomorrow south. Carolina public radio's victoria hanson. Reports attorneys butch bowers and deborah barbie era of south carolina longer on trump's legal defense team a source close to the situation says the decision to separate with the attorneys was mutual. No explanation was given meantime trump advisor. Jason miller tweeden. They have not made a final decision on their legal team. So far neither bowers nor barbier have commented publicly both are from small firms in the state's capital city of columbia. He's in elections and ethics attorney. She's a former prosecutor and trial attorney. The impeachment trial is expected to begin february ninth for

Victoria Hanson Butch Bowers Deborah Barbie Donald Trump Barbier Jason Miller Carolina South Carolina Bowers Columbia
Trump officially opens 'Office of the Former President'

Derek Hunter

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Trump officially opens 'Office of the Former President'

"Statement from Mr Trump's office at the office of the former president will be responsible for his correspondent, public statements, appearances and official activities. The office will also advance the interests of the United States and carry on the agenda of the Trump administration through advocacy, organizing and public activism. Speculation about Mr Trump's post presidency has ranged from his possibly starting his media company to running for a second term. In 2024 campaign advisor Jason Miller ruled out a third party run, saying Mr Trump's focus is to help Republicans regain the House and Senate in the next election. For any Bennett

Mr Trump Trump Administration United States Jason Miller Senate House Bennett
Trump opens "Office of the Former President" in Florida

Hugh Hewitt

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Trump opens "Office of the Former President" in Florida

"Former President Trump has set up an official post presidency office in Palm Beach County. Florida. Statement from Mr Trump's office said the office of the former president will be responsible for his correspondents, public statements, appearances and official activities. The office will also advance the interests of the United States and carry on the agenda of the Trump administration through advocacy, organizing and public activism. Speculation about Mr Trump's post presidency has ranged from his possibly starting his media company to running for a second term in 2024 campaign advisor Jason Miller. Ruled out a third party run, saying Mr Trump's focus is to help Republicans regain the House and Senate in the next election

Mr Trump President Trump Trump Administration Palm Beach County Florida United States Jason Miller Senate House
NYT's Maggie Haberman has a deal for a Trump book

Channel 33

03:23 min | 1 year ago

NYT's Maggie Haberman has a deal for a Trump book

"New york. Times reporter maggie. Haberman signed a book. Deal yeah earlier. Negotiated by the dc based javelin agency of course since negotiate everything now to write a trump book. That's gonna come out in twenty twenty two and chamberlain asks us. Is that too late. Will we still care how much goods because she have held back and saved for the book is twenty twenty two too late. I mean it's less than ideal. Delivery dates on books on book contracts or sometimes not really realistic in either. I mean in in in either direction but it does feel like this is one where they would have a pretty good handle on it right. I don't know. I think. I think there are diminishing returns for anybody that's gonna come out after february frankly january probably and and you know at some point you just you gotta be betting on getting the book right. You know Having the best name having the best the best angle the best the most comprehensive lok whatever in two thousand twenty twos not that far away. I think we can all have pretty you know visceral memories of what four years ago felt like so. I'm not sure that eighteen months is gonna make a lot of difference. She might be the exception just because she's such a big name and you could sell it right as this is the defended of book about donald trump in the white house and hovering donald trump in the white house especially she includes parts about herself and i say that as a journalism person media personally. That's kind of what. I wanna read within. This is what it was like to cover donald trump. I don't know if she'd be interested sharing that. But like that part of it is fascinating to me and it does bring up. The bigger question doesn't have how much donald trump content especially in the form of big dollar. Books is going to be an appetite for after january. What do you what do you think about that. Well i mean if he stays in the media. I you know to whatever degree depends on if he's so running for office he's if he's teasing another run for office you know he'll he'll still be around. I think the appetite will always be there even as he even if he becomes more less serious. I think the appetite in some ways sort of grows right that like the jokes get a little bit easier but I mean specific to the haberman. Dang one could. It's going to be the book right. It'll be the the it it probably going to be helpful to wait for it to die that. Wait for the rest of the books. Die down a little bit. And then you know there's there's every reason to imagine that there would be like an accompanying documentary or whatever. I mean. there could be any sort of other major thing that was kind of coming along with it And that this would sort of be the like you said it's this. This is the official telling. This is what really matters is the only this is the only thing you ever need to read again but what will be the i mean. I think there's people are going to beat. I mean we're going to be getting trump white house memoirs for the next year. You know whether or not they people buy them or they make a lot of. I don't know what the appetite is going to be the publishers appetite. I'm sure we'll just keep turning them out. If nothing else i mean. Listen like jason miller writing about how awesome. The trump years were is probably going to sell more copies than like a reporter's book about the first year of the biden administration. So oh yeah. So i mean the appetite. Comparatively is still going to be reasonably strong.

Donald Trump Haberman White House Chamberlain Maggie DC New York Times Jason Miller Biden Administration
The final countdown: What to expect on Election Night

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:44 min | 1 year ago

The final countdown: What to expect on Election Night

"Tonight we are on the cusp of one of the most uncertain election outcomes in recent history after the most heated campaign season in memory the pandemic and the economy are defined the candidates closing arguments to an electorate that's extremely polarized but also energized more than ninety three million. Americans. have already cast their ballots. We could see one, hundred, fifty, million Americans vote this time. That's never happened before president trump in five battleground states today all once he took four years ago now. Fighting to keep them telling supporters a quote. Great Red wave is coming former vice president Joe Biden campaigning in Michigan yesterday with former President Obama trying to rebuild the Democrats Blue Wall of Rust Belt States Pennsylvania is the most important of them. Biden is in all three there today a new ABC News Washington Post poll from Pennsylvania Shows Biden with a seven point lead but the president is promising a come from behind victory. We have reports from both campaigns and from key battleground states and ABC's White House correspondent. Rachel. Scott leads us off in Detroit Michigan. Tonight president trump in an all out push five rallies in five states he needs to win again to stay in the White House vote the big thing you gotta go Tuesday the president, predicting a tremendous election day turnout and today his campaign advisor Jason Miller falsely suggesting votes counted after election date would be illegitimate if you speak with many smart Democrats, they believe the president. Trump will be ahead on election night, and then they're going to try to steal a back after the election Democrats have argued in court that ballots postmarked by election date should be counted. Many state laws allow that but president trump continues to insist a winner must be declared that night. We should know the result of the election on November third the evening of November third. That's the way it's been, and that's the way it should be. But the reality though news organizations often project winners on election night the final tallies in each state aren't certified for days. If not weeks more Democrats tend to vote early than Republicans and officials say those early votes may take some time to count in key states like Michigan that could. Decide the election and it's more important that we get a count that as accurate. Then account that is fast and might not be accurate. The president started his busiest day on the trail yet here in Michigan State that was decided by just under eleven thousand votes in two thousand, sixteen, two days from now, we're going to win the state of Michigan again. In Washington township in crucial mccomb county, the line started hours before he arrived cars bumper to bumper waiting to get in overflow parking nearby cornfield. He is the one and only guy that has had the guts to stand up for what this country was based on just afternoon the president was off to his second stop Iowa. And their signs it will come through for him. Again, trump holding a seven point lead over Joe Biden, and the latest demoing register poll were very happy with Iowa. Thank you very much. But nearly every national poll. The president is behind in recent days even. It could you imagine losing to this guy? Could you imagine on defense in his final blitz stopping in? North Carolina, Georgia and Florida to over and over again, the president downplaying the coronavirus rounding the turn on a pandemic we're rounding the corner. But after the nation had a single day record in corona virus cases, Dr Anthony Fauci warning the country is in for a whole lot of hurt in the coming months telling the Washington Post, you could not possibly be position more poorly.

Michigan Biden ABC Pennsylvania White House President Trump Joe Biden Rust Belt Jason Miller Washington Post Mccomb County Rachel Detroit Donald Trump Barack Obama Scott Washington Township Cornfield Iowa
Talkin' with Dan Gryder About His AQP (Advanced Qualification Program)

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

06:30 min | 1 year ago

Talkin' with Dan Gryder About His AQP (Advanced Qualification Program)

"We don't have time to get into the entire program, but the confusion was. In in the last podcast or two podcast, I can't even remember but in a recent polls cast. I was asked by one of the people in this group setting that I do all the time what I think about a components of. which was minimum maneuvering speed and. Even. Before we get into the details on minimum new speed I can say you know after looking at the. Documents and talking to you a number of times I think ATP is a great idea and a great program and I don't see anything wrong with the program the issue that I have with it. If I have one at all I'm and it's the same thing I told you whatever it was two years ago when you had any the document is I just don't think it's entirely clear where. It fits into training and because you know a lot of my work focuses on basic training the basic fundamentals when I answered the question about minimum maneuvering speed I was really answering it from that perspective you know imagining that I'm talking to one of the CFI's about thirty five percent of my audiences other CFI's younger. CFI's sort of looked to. For Advice. So if maybe we could start just to hear from you when when do you see? Being introduced in a training program or where do you think it becomes valuable for pilots? Yeah great question and You know the document is labeled AF which has annual flight review, and if you look on aviation one or flight shops to document, it's clearly labeled af are probably could use a little bit of beating up in your points as well. Taken there. This is not really for beginners in new guys. The idea is after you get your pilot's. License to become a private pilot, what are the tools that you're gonNA need to stay alive after the field so far is annual Flight Review I. WanNa get away from the concept that every two years we go for a hamburger with our buddy and resigned that office via far I'd like to do at least annually maybe every six months and go through these maneuvers. And if you look on the I've got the ABC one. Document firmly page fourteen of that free pdf that they've got. Maybe you can focus on your side as well. The the items there, and there's a there's there's eighteen items and those are the items that we've taken from blood and bent metal from accidents. So the idea is that for sure what you brought up here is valid we're not we're not using this material to replace the ACS to teach people to fly with. This is the material we hand after they have their pilot certificate in their pocket and sit down on the table save now. How have these other guys been killed themselves in? What can you do to stay alive? What things could you practice on a volunteer basis to stay alive and there's a clear distinction there between those? Yeah Yeah and that's great and you straightaway I think it's fantastic to encourage people to come in more regularly than every two years. I mean when we see people in the industry doing things right right like when we see. The commercially aviation world reduced fatal accident rates there successfully it's wise I think to look at some of the stuff they're doing emulated, and as you know as an airline pilot, right, you go back into trading. Every six months for airline pilots. Yeah we do and the training that we get is no longer initial material. It's all a coupon material. It's all the maneuvers that we need to stay alive after flying the line. So there's there's the difference and that's what they did, and that's what So successfully years ago for the airline industry. So there's there's what we're doing in. My recommendation for people listening Jason Miller is an accomplished in the West. coast. Jason. Would you be opposed if somebody wanted to bring in answer and spend a full day with you at your location and go through the? Material would you be opposed to? Teach to teaching and going through these step by step showing them. No not I really wouldn't not at all and you know you mentioned that to me one time in a phone conversation offline and I think it's a great idea i. And hoping because we can't get into all of the The bits of. I'd like to look some of the key aspects I'd be happy to to include the some of the stuff in training or do complete hugh programs. Some of it I already do include but some of the really creative things. Even simple things like practicing aborted takeoffs right or. Practicing loss of thrust on takeoff. These erred in in my mind things that are often omitted intriguing and you know we have deadly results you know because of that so. Can Count like some of the specifics about a few key aspects at this point. Sure Yup. Okay. So you're you know you're often posting wherever I see you posting facebook or wherever it is about accidents that occur as a result loss of thrust on takeoff and I think this is a fascinating topic I really do because it's easy enough. You know what I do in training is little things like if my students ever take their hand off the throttle on the upwind boom I, pull it to idol on. There are other times where I will let you know then they guarded pretty good but there's other times literally bang their hand away and pull it to idol sometimes I'll pull it halfway out. So you had a partial power failure. But I think it's easy making any form of training that for my students to sort of know what I'm GonNa do get accustomed to the kind of tricks on pollen on them and they always react correctly. But the thing that bugs me about realize lots of thrust on takeoff accidents is icy. ICY experienced pirates and and why see often I think it's often it's mostly experienced pilots right. But you'll see guys with ten fifteen, thousand hours of flight time and lots of later playing time and all sorts of other stuff fall victim to these accidents. So it just. Goes it just keeps me up at night wondering what in the world is going on. That experience are making where we might think are rookie mistakes.

CFI ATP Confusion ABC Jason Miller Jason Facebook
Trump plans California fundraiser, Nevada rally

The Steve Holland Retirement Wealth Show

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Trump plans California fundraiser, Nevada rally

"16 days to go. President Trump plans to raise some last minute money in Newport Beach, California. Later, he'll rally in Carson City, Nevada, was the porters will gather shoulder to shoulder outdoors attacked it criticized when his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, because of the Corona virus pandemic. We do pass out masks at the rallies, and I encourage everyone who is attending a trump rally to put the mask on. They're not not just giving it to you for Christmas tree decorations later on. We also checked folks temperatures. And we remind people to wash their hands. We give him hand sanitizer. Jason Miller, a senior advisor with the Trump campaign on Fox News Sunday,

President Trump Joe Biden Newport Beach Senior Advisor Jason Miller Carson City Nevada California
"jason miller" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

13:00 min | 2 years ago

"jason miller" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"Everybody. This is Jason. Wilson with curious about cannabis podcast. Thanks so much for tuning in once again today. I am thrilled to be able to sit down with a friend of mine and and very very experienced clinician an expert in Chinese medicine. Doctor Jason Miller Very Jason. How yeah thanks so much for willing to carve out some time to sit down with me and see what conversations we get into about herbal medicine and cannabis and everything in between excited? Thanks for calling me and checking in and asked me to come join your podcast. Yeah totally So just to briefly describe to people some of the work you do and we can get into your your kind of back story later but can you just very briefly. Describe some of the the work you do. And what your expertise with. Yeah sure the practice with a little bit of Dislo background when I graduated from Medical School in traditional Chinese medicine my I went directly into work with an expert in botanical medicine in cancer and so I just started going into this deep study of cancer and chronic disease and then the application of botanical nutritional medicine including lifestyle and Diet and everything else but and I went into the the whole process of evaluating patients and taking the kind of traditional medicine approach that comes from an medical system one that's existed for thousands of years bringing that knowledge and wisdom through wisdom tradition and then digging deeply into the research of the modern science model and seeing you know what were the best possible solutions for person struggling with a cancer diagnosis. And so that's where you know until for fifteen years. I basically been you know continuing to practice Chinese medicine. I do acupuncture. I do body work in the clinic. I evaluate neurological conditions. And help you with pain but I do that in a small amount of my time. Most of my time is spent either researching cancer different therapies. What's going on with herbs and interactions and then just working with patients who are basically you know coming to me saying. Hey here's my situation. I don't know what to do. I've got this this opinion and it's you know they're like I need help and so then that's where I come in and say okay. Well let's take a look at you. Let's take a look at the ecosystem you Livin and let's take a look at water all the possible avenues. We could choose to help you get through this. In a way that provides you know longevity and quality of life. Yeah well not that segues into the first thing I wanted to talk about. Is You know when you think about the role that medicinal plants have in health care and medicine and just overall lifestyle wellness What's your approach and philosophy? There how do you see all of that fitting in with it? Maybe IT'S A. It's good to kind of look at a spectrum that I see which there's a spectrum of medicine which really starts with anything from meditation and Prayer and goes all the way down to things like radiation and surgery and in the middle of this sort of pyramid. There's all these different modalities everything from acupuncture chiropractic work and massage into you know food as medicine and nutritional agents and then into botanical medicine as whole agents and formulas and then you know botanical extracts and isolated botanical compounds and then into drugs and things and to me. It's all part of medicine and my focus is on the plants because I really think of plants as medicine and I think all of life has medicine at some point. Everything is medicine at some point but plans have a really unique place. Because the very familiar to us. It's our micro bio are micro. Biota are just so you know perfect for working with plant compounds as food right. I mean we'll take in complex mixtures of molecules that we would refer to as you know. Air FLUID FOOD PLANTS MEDICINE. And so there's a place where food sort of bridges into like a medicinal food and then it moves in from there into like a plant medicine and from there. It goes into potent plant medicines that have a narrow therapeutic index so I think of plants as really being on the spectrum and for me are the foundational medicine for us. It's our choices every day. That's the medicine that we need to make sure is supporting us and not hurting us. And the more we move from the spectrum from just sort of that food and to that you know more directed and physiologically changing medicine than the more we want to be specific about our choices and understand the medicine and how to apply to the person right. Well I think that's that's really important to illustrate because the way that I think most people interact with food and plants and medicines and everything is we tend to grow up. Thinking of things of food keeps you alive. You know dietary supplements help fulfil some nutritional deficit or whatever and then you've got pharmaceuticals which are the real medicine and Right and you know what you're illustrating is is actually the whole spectrum is influencing your pharmacology physiology and it starts to put much more emphasis emphasis and responsibility on a person to manage how they're engaging with all things in their life and not just thinking of like. I take medicine when I'm sick but more more preventative walk. As we expected. We kind of jumped into a pretty critical topic. I think in in the realm of Health and disease right in that is just daily choices and if we think of everything as medicine or the dose defines the poison right you know even like you think about music music is very uplifting and very just focusing in enhances cognition and other music can be dissident and can and. That's that's all okay. It's all choices but when it gets into what we put into our bodies I think If we could just like I think you said the word responsibility you know. Take responsibility for our everyday choices and how they affect our health or disease and that idea that you said that you know as a kid you started out with there was food that kept you live in like there's supplements that could give you some nutrients and then there was medicine which is pharmacy right. I mean within that model. There's no responsibility on you to make any any choices you know about your health and so we're basically just supporting a pharmaceutical mechanism of disease of treating disease. If you make the wrong choices you're going to get to the point where you need pharmaceutical medicine. And that's just the way it goes right and the reality that we see is that there isn't a clear distinction. It's basically if you make good choices along the way and you have of course you gotTa have good genes. You gotTa have a decent constitution there. There's factors that come in with but if you just consider everybody's sort of on a level playing field the choices that we make are going to direct us towards needing those pharmaceutical medicines or never needing them well on the the whole concept of Diet. I mean it's changing now but all through my throughout my upbringing. I'm sure you're to the focuses on. Oh I don't want to be fat and so you to control your weight right not your health right which are very very different things absolutely and like all these traditional medical systems looked at different archetypes or would we in the eye rating system that we call it DOE. Shas right the idea that some people are more coffee. They just have a tendency to build more tissue. You know like some of that might be a little bit of layer of adipose tissue right. I'm one of those people. Yeah you know and again. It's not a matter of like. Oh the the optimum health of the human being looks like this. And you've got a picture of Arnold Schwarzenegger flexing the muscles or something. That's not. That's not the real story. The real story is that everybody has a place that works for their constitution for their genetics their microbiology and how that all works together to provide for them. You know health and I think you're right This idea that being fat is a bad thing is is very Undermining it settles on the wrong transact. Yeah instead of just like. Hey you know making healthy choices. How do you make healthy choices? Teaching people to make healthy choices. And I think there's a lot of you know sickness that goes into an mental seconds. Think mental health is such a huge piece of what we're what we're suffering from you. We look at the physical world and our bodies and how sickness and cancer and everything else. But it's really the mental health right. That's driving at all. It's all connected right. I mean the the gut brain axis absolutely. We now understand that. What's going on in the guy had his influencing the central nervous system. All usually all of these these different pieces and vice versa. There's there's this bidirectional communication going on and There've been studies looking at things like schizophrenia. Bipolar autism all sorts of different things. That show very strong. Correlations between gut health and how those conditions present themselves And you know while you and I might be exposed to that research you know kind of view that as at this point kind of common knowledge I don't think it is a lot of people You know just how things are connected old patterns or Old Habits Die. Hard writer die. Friday I mean the whole field of neuro gastroenterology has been just so fascinating because not only is it this bidirectional communication. But we've found that in the Vegas nerve system right which deep endocrine control network right which is basically setting us up for you. Know a balance in Homeo- stasis that ninety five percent of the signaling between the Mezin teric neurological system the network. There is going from the gut up right of the brain. That's pretty fascinating right now. Because I've always felt like that. My My brainers my mind. It's here it's not up here. It's being processed here and being filtered being put through all kinds of channels that I've created through life experience. But there's a place in my gut that I just either. No something is right or no something is wrong and I'm always trying to find out. How can I tune back into that and it just something that I think a lot of us know and we're talking about these old patterns and people have incited the research yet but I think most people can agree that a lot of big decisions in their life decisions if they got it if they feel they really feel they really know it and I think that. Just bring back to your original question about you. Know How do I view medicinal plants? Or how do I think about botanical medicine? And I think it's a major ecological influence I think you and I both talk about ecology and ecosystems a lot. I think it might be hard for some listeners. To to just get what are we talking about and really just mean inside the body. What is the material that we're bringing through the digestive tract? Which for all intents a person is an is not in our bodies. It's actually a separate container that we carry around with us so that we can hold the material that we are you know then sticking our roots into like a tree with the ground right to pull the nutrients out and we'd like to carry around with us so that we can be mobile right and be a sessile plant plant for survival can Go periods of time without eating exactly. Yeah and plants are sessile offs right. They just sit in one place and nestled into the soil and that's a beautiful strategy and it works really well for them they send out their seeds and spread their pollen. And all that stuff. It's beautiful to watch that happen but where we are taking the energy that they've produced has plans eating it carrying our bodies and being able to move around and do things and I think that's really important piece to understand for people that we are doing the same basic thing that all the other life forms are doing here. We're just basically a tube in one end and the tube on the other end in the middle. We have the stuff that we're digesting. And that's what I mean by ecosystem is that it's not like here's a tube and I'm putting some stuff in it. It's like no here's a very complex seemingly infinitely complex network of sales immunological cells things that are happening. My blood all kinds of my blood all kinds of growth factors in neuro transmitters and just a huge amount of of structure that makes up me. And that's interfacing with this micro Bayada this this what we call the microbiome which is really the DNA of those macrobiotic right. But what is that look like inside is its filling. The whole internal canal of digestive track with life and that life is then interacting with the ecosystem. Which I'm calling. Which is the material. I'm putting in in the sense of neuro gastroenterology right and it's that balance. That really has a huge impact on how we think how we feel our mood. You know getting upset easily transfer stimuli. Yeah all that stuff and so you know when I go back to my study of plants and I was a I was going to be a medical doctor. That's where I was headed was in a biology student. I went into a premed and I did. Three and a Half Years University of Minnesota had two offices on campus. I was a TA..

TA Jason Miller cannabis cancer Wilson Dislo Arnold Schwarzenegger Medical School Vegas Half Years University of Minne writer Bipolar