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"jean clark" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Have you had? Well, I didn't have one. But by the time Bobby Sherman came around, it was an adult. And you know, at that point there was television also things like 16 magazine. And then in the mid 60 Flip Magliano, glorious State or 16 magazine. Every team knew her and boy, they really treated that woman royally bad when she left 16. I was terrible, sir. But anyway, Flip magazine had come out and there were a few others that would There was one called Save. Yeah, yeah, that there are several. There were little doesn't write dozens and dozens of those because of course they sold and you know they'd have people on the on the cover. It's sort of like a fight. It was saying to John When I got the tabloids today, I said I'm really in trouble because I don't know who have these people are And that's the way it was. When I see those magazines. I wouldn't I wouldn't know. John just brought me a copy of flip. How about this? Flynn Teen magazine. Let's see. It was 35 cents wouldn't know anybody in it either. Well, you you would from then because it's October of 1966, but, gosh, I probably had that right. Bought it right. So we still we still have it hard. Bobby Sherman in it. I think he was a little little later. Chris Montez is in it, but they do have fan clubs. The Bobby Rydell fan Club, the married life, very club. Let's see Billy Joe Royal Fan Club as Funny. I was talking about Billy Joe Royal the other day and Johnson who was that? Yeah, and probably right. Don't have a great album with Chubby checker. Well, sure, because that was all on Cameo Parkway. They made them do that stuff together. But, yes, Beach Boys International. And now we, uh, all the action kids why Jean Clark left the birds. Mamas and Papas till on each other. That's in Hollywood hullabaloo and you know, and on it on it goes, But I do remember I went by one of those magazines. It must've been the mid sixties and the whole article was I'll never get his name. But I know who was on something like side con, and they even had pictures. Who is this person? Yeah, I had absolutely no idea, but apparently he was, uh, in Indian actor, but he had, like, one hit or something. And they had a whole whole magazine album And I thought, you know now, now it's hit that I don't even know the names of the people on the covers. What about like Paul Anka or or pulling? It was fact I was in Oran be fan, and so you know, I was more into and the Orioles or you know the crows or, you know, we always talk about them being the bird groups. That wasn't a bird group. I didn't like the robins all I love the robins and on on and on, it would go but as farm trying to think Well in the early sixties, D. Clark loved D. Clark and I thought, I thought, How about that was maybe one of the best backbeats ever but ton a ton of people like that, Of course, Gene Chandler, the Duke Uh, yeah, but, Yeah. Yeah, but you should play your favorite song from back done. Well, you know, it isn't just one favorite. I've got so many. Any other thing is because I play them all the time and actually own a radio station where I play him, and, uh, I get to hear him all the time. And so what happens is all here, something Over and over, and then I'll burn out on it for a while. And then I'll say, Oh, man, I gotta rest that one. But every now and then I'll come up with something like a couple of years ago. I don't know how I missed this. But now when I tell you who it is, you'll know why I missed it. It was on a Keith album. Remember Keith 98.6 and ain't gonna line well. He had little record that George Fish off wrote call. I'll come running back to you, which is absolutely a wimpy white record, but I think it's just the cutest little wimpy white record ever. And so that's been lately one of my faves. Now this too, shall pass. But for the time being, I will actually come out of the next break and play. I'll come running back to you. I think I played on the air the other day, but it's ah. It's a great little wimpy white record. So there are so Yeah, Yeah. All right. Well, I'm a shift period. Thank you so much. Thank show. Thanks for calling. I appreciate it. Okay. All right. So now and that that I really, really realized we had flip here in the house, but we have a lot of things in any event. Yeah, well, the heck with the tabloids when I can say the young rascals introduced themselves. I'm Jean the happy one. I'm Felix. The quiet 10. My God. All right, so we'll pick it up right there. We've got Mike and Griffin and John and there's.
"jean clark" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And you could also find out more about the amazing church that we serve the Greek Orthodox Church, which welcomes all people by going to the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese website at www dot go Arch that's G O a, r C h dot or G'kar. Well, today we are so excited to be speaking with Chris Hellman. Chris Hellman is arguably the primary architect of what's come to be known as country rock. After playing the Southern California folk and bluegrass circuit. He joined Rather McGuinn, David Crosby, Jean Clark and Michael Clark as an original member of the birds, which I'm sure you've all heard of. We're all big fans were listening to the music the other day, and he went on to partner with Gram Parsons to launch the Flying Burrito Brothers. Great being not a great band, recording a handful of albums that have become Touchstones of the American genre. Hellman then embarked on a prolific recording career as a member of Stephen Stills, Manassas as a solo artist and as a member of several other groups as a songwriter, he appeared on the Billboard singles charts in four consecutive decades. Incredible right, and his songs have been recorded by a diverse range of artists from Steve Earle to Patti Smith to Roy Rogers. In the eighties, Hillman launched a successful mainstream country group. He formed the desert Rose band with Peterson and John Jorgensen scoring eight billboard top 10 country hits and in the midst of his country's success. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame along with the other members of the Birds. Well, he is out with a brand new book called Time Between My Life as a Bird. Burrito brother and beyond. And while giving insight into the recordings of classics like Mr Tambourine Man, I want to start singing it as I say it turn turn turn and eight miles high. The musical details of time between our only half the story. Pulling back the curtain like never before Chris reveals the details of his personal life with candor and vulnerability. He writes honestly about his father's suicide, his subsequent struggles with anger and how his own spiritual journey led him to a place of deep faith. It allowed him to extend forgiveness and to experience Holness, he writes of overcoming his overwhelming shyness building a family with his beloved wife, Connie, earning a second degree black belt in karate. Battling a life threatening disease and escaping three house fires. Unbelievable. What a wealth of extraordinary biography. Chris Hillman, Welcome to live with the lows were so excited to have you thank you so much. It was very kind introduction and I will refer to you sometimes, Doctor as president to say the church. Yes. Absolutely. That I am Father Nicolas, what a joy to talk to you. You end, of course. Your lovely wife. So fire way I'm ready to talk. I appreciate you all very much. Thank you, Chris. Throughout your life and career, you've had a lot of success and also a lot of challenges. I would love for you to elaborate a little bit on a quote in your book. When you say the 1st 12 years of life are important. What did you mean by that? Well, what I I feel this is only me. My own theory is that 1st 12 years of a child's life. What you instill in them will get them through some pretty tough times as they grow older, And so my parents not having a real strong foundation in either, uh, Christianity or Judaism. But still taught us so well to be responsible to be moral to have values all of the above. And a zoo. My father, which we can discuss. We lost him when I was, Oh, gosh. 16 years old. And when he was a good man, he was a wonderful, wonderful, loving, affectionate man. Creative, hardworking. And he just lost his way. And we could say it was demonic. Yes, it was demonic that that the dark side over took him and he didn't have Anybody to turn to. Of course, that was his own decision. But.
"jean clark" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"It California Dreamin was one of those songs that cut through everything on the radio it was different from anything else should come before it went to number four on the charts three months later this the Mamas and Papas had their first number one record with Monday Monday three months later again they went back to number five on the charts with I saw her again but by the time that song was released the group was already coming undone Michelle Phillips admitted to her husband John that she'd had an affair with other bandmate Danny Dougherty the previous year that's never really great thing to happen in any type musical group John said he was fine he would get over it and he and Danny sat down and wrote I saw her again it is a song about Michelle's affair yeah the only problem was the show was caught having a second affair with Jean Clark of the birds now husband John Phillips was so furious he got an attorney talk to the record label talk with cast and Danny fired his wife out of the Mamas and Papas and that happened just as a song about Michelle's cheating crossed into the top ten Jill Gibson was hired to replace Machel she even went on tour as the newest member of the Mamas and Papas including concerts in Denver New York Phoenix and on TV the Hollywood palace while the other three actually really liked her they greet Jill didn't have Machel stage presence or grit in her voice and so she would be replaced with you guessed it Michelle Phillips welcome back so basically Michelle Phillips got the summer off but there is.
"jean clark" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"For the music Vester Jim a barber talking Mamas and Papas this morning one of the landmark groups especially in California in the mid late nineteen sixties mandate did just hit makers and I know you played a bunch of records Jimmy how you doing this morning good I got J. Michelle Phillips told me I I yes but could tell again she said I can tell you everything in that song is absolutely true they were hanging around the village in New York City Dunhill records the audition was set up by a very McGuire was just fine with them in any WPB section of the wall there John was with a group called the new joining them and help Backstreet Denny Doherty was in that group and then cast as kind of hung around with anybody and she said to me he said you know we we took off because it was cold we went together New York perfect there shouldn't be gone and Michelle with the song California Dreamin a three day were slow coming down in New York with the Virgin Islands and that they spent five months there she said so we spent five months rehearsing or music and that really helped us you know we're hanging out we had no plans we know what we're going to do with eleven name of the group or anything and everything on the beach and she said that's that's who we really got our trade together I thank the but the main the Mamas and Papas Hey Jerry Jeff they currently believe they were sitting around the end of the Virgin Islands are watching TV and there's a special about the hell's angels and when the guy who helped change and said you know they call the call the girls we hang around with cheap but we could all call me cheap we just called them Mamas and she jumped up in front of Danny and John instead we are Mamas now we're moments so they became a month and they said we don't care what you call yourself more or like they were biker chick so that's awesome now Michelle Phillips married to John Phillips and by the way John Phillips was not an office person John Phillips reputedly in one of his drug induced periods of which there were many back in the sixties the leader of the band but the story goes that he gave Mick Jagger who was a house guest his thirteen year old daughter to sleep with Phillips John Phillips was not a nice person but he caught two of his bandmates including his wife having an affair Michelle and Danny Denny Doherty having an affair and he made them pay by writing a song about it said I colder again last night and made them sing it on stage to embarrass him you know that story yeah that will he be later for gave Danny that he gave the gave them the door to you but what was the real problem with the break up and have a lady who was Michelle was very indiscreet whipping relationship she had with Jean Clark of the birds okay and John John didn't forget that that was that was that and judging collectors and tell the guy you know he was actually the first leader kind of of the birds eight miles high and all those songs and then think about that kind of provided the template for Fleetwood Mac Stevie Nicks was passed around like she was a hookah pipe at some point during Fleetwood mac's career together predetermine what control you know what they did they did the Monterey pop festival right and that is the show about a family support what do you remember she was gone and then Lou Adler did their thing and she said well what I remember most was our terrible absolutely terrible performance that we put on there and she said I think it was because we spend so much time working on the festival we never rehearsed for the festival but I switched it out of the first one she said Otis Redding but you know that's that's the goal was really and that became the template for future festivals they're they're flexible we thought for the first time on national stage yes Joplin Jimi Hendrix the who came over a run of the shackle Otis Redding Otis Redding died in a plane crash right after that festival Disney yeah yeah I'm sorry we have buffalo Springfield was there Jefferson Airplane everybody Jimmy McGowan told me of the birch I think what we what do you remember he said all future orders running and she and she told me twice ma'am toxins to a level distribution issues this running thing and after that she was well I I'm just kind of trying to wrap up your Gemma I know that California Dreamin probably their most iconic song only went to number four on the charts but the only had number one number one right I remember one song was written by the John John Phillips wrote in about twenty minutes that that ball standing with the plans right before the colder the Grammy Award winning salon best pop vocal performance by a group and the next song did he do it he said the thing we want to know like the song with the way they recorded it mama Cass Michelle didn't care for John Phillips later how much of the province of I don't have any idea.
"jean clark" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You by the machines corporation construct renovate restore need to clear up something those of you who turned in a couple weeks ago we were at noble cause which is a thrift shop right there in in Noblesville well there is also something known as noble and a and what does happen is we sort of got nailed here we've we've tried our best to help people in what has happened is there are two noble organize these people ended it's called the noble auxiliary so I want to tell you a little about the bit about the noble auxiliary they are designed to help people with disabilities adults with disabilities of sorts so they can help them with tech and art and discovery and everything but what's happening is you've been taking all of your donations that are meant for noble cause which is the thrift shop over to them and the other one so we told him we give me a little bit of love Friday March thirteenth twenty twenty seven o'clock to eleven o'clock PM at the expo hall in west pavilion at the Indiana state fairgrounds you're invited to the twenty fourth annual big red liquors noble evening in the garden presented by the National Bank of Indianapolis in it's that idea is the idea is to raise money for these folks at at noble and remember there's there's a lot of different types of noble this is the noble auxiliary into our friends at noble cause you guys go you are the real deal those donations go over there eighty five cents out of every dollar goes to feed the poor and Mazen we just love but anyway sorry for the screw up but noble adventures thanks for noble auxiliary thanks for looking out and again if you have any donations that's great just make sure it's noble because noble call is authorized on the greenfield road they're the ones who take the donations and again resell them for I'm pretty good right our numbers three one seven two three nine ninety three ninety three thousand iron studio will take your calls and do the best remember that we are not horticulturist di I am certainly not the crime and although Allison is probably going to take the master gardener course at some point well it's time to do that all right so this is one percent personal I'm reaching out to my mama Donna Jean Clark Smith turned ninety years old yesterday my name is Ankit my brother Tom and I showed up my sister sue was ill but Tommy not showed up we got a picture saw it since I talk about the famous Tommy I want you all to see a picture so well since you're gonna post it yep it's on our Facebook page garden Indiana and Twitter Indiana home garden yeah Tommy I reconciled from our our child to long ago Tommy was a corpsman in the navy and ended up with the marines during World War two during intern Vietnam and he's just quite a champ he's recently retired he's three years older than I am but anyway if you wanna see what famous Tommy looks like in my lovely mom Donna Happy Birthday mom you keep walking that forty to forty five miles a week that's on a real shoes odometer on her foot and instead they measure it you know there is she's at robin runs this still going strong going strong so Happy Birthday mom a couple things Alison reminded me that we were coming up on the lawn mowing season she says talk about okay this is the perfect time Allison to take your lawn more Infor service they're not busy everybody has not tried to start their lawn more everything's it's just a good time to take it get to your lawn mower shop and tell them you want to just you know sharpen the blade change the oil in the air filter if at all possible you get those things already you'll be in good shape how some big news from the farm this week we knew we knew that the septic tank girl that is so exciting I am so happy for you know you need to do that about every three to five years but you know I've been talking about the sump pumps which you know the level guard thing yes well modern septic tanks are two tanks it used to be that it was just one so you had the effluent coming in and then you just have liquid sort of bubbling out everything would fall to the bottom and start to die just from the bacteria and then the flu every time you flush to the little bit would dribble out into your septic field what a nice description what what what happens of course is that if you're only pushing four to five gallons out at that time only one of your fingers in your finger system which is where it leaches out only one is ever working so the plumbing scientists decided that a dosing tank was the best way to do it so what you do is you have your regular septic tank that digest all of the materials and it pushes all the fluid into what we call a dosing tank like a dose of medicine when he said does he take it in there you put a pop it's such that when it turns on it completely floods all of the fingers not just one but all five six or seven of them all the way to the top and then every finger is doing its job and just instead of you know the main one it's a great system you are lucky Pat's not here I don't know Michael so those of you who have septic tanks you might have the old style which is one tank you might have the new style anything in the last fifteen twenty years is probably gonna dosing tank remember that pop in there needs service too so don't hesitate the the folks I use for the dosing tank or sos sewer or septic sos is out of Hamilton County great guys the guy happens to be Brandon Smith is not any relationship but he just he understands that it's a combination of making sure the electricity is always there and protected which means water proof and that the pumps in good shape and then that switch mechanism but I got to tell him about this level got I did get a chance to win about level guard but that our number three one seven two three nine ninety three ninety three coming up in the next hour everybody has has a question about solar solar has been around since before Y. two K. if you can believe and the technology has come so far so we're gonna have Joel Waldman from Jefferson electric in at the ten o'clock hour ought to be a a good fun thing if you have questions if you've been considering it you reach out and certainly we'll do our best to get your question answered Joel is a third generation master electricians in Courcelles and I'm a third generation master plumber we usually make fun of the electricians but he's bigger than I gotta be careful that meet all how did I meet Joel one of his friends are one of his employees Eric no somebody on the seventh floor and they work in charity together Eric is a a minister but he also works part time at Jeff electric but they've been working on several different projects and Eric reach out to me says you ever think you wanna look at solar and I thought well yeah that sounds cool yeah then I talked to the seventh floor and they then they they said it is I talked to Scott and right he's in the legal department and Scott's an old friend of mine he said he's the real deal so I start talking there a Canary says once you Joe on he's the one knows everything for me let's go ahead and and talk to a date here on the septic Hey David how are you Hey is this dental this is Danny eighty eight I heard you say some of the bills will take my only question is well we don't have the water table so hard arcade gets full of rainwater and how would it dosent work if both both was completely full of rainwater if you're getting a rain water in it it's for it's for other reasons I would reach out to S. O. S. Brandon is this is not a commercial for its just that I know he knows his stuff if you're getting infiltration into your septic tank that's not good that has to be a wholly contained self contained not are medically sealed but certainly a sealed system right ninety percent of the the bad thing Danny is is that I don't know how old it is but it's there the concrete eight and it had the three baffles then it it's got to separate you know what I mean yes Sir by both the brunt five hundred the bank it's got the baffles and then they completely fell off in the thank well that's not my keyboard yeah Dave you've got to take what what Davis talking about when we bring the water into the tank from the house it hits a baffle and go straight down into the first separation of the tank and then as that DJ digest everything it moves the water over the second battle and then as the baffle it then we it goes through another baffle so we can keep toilet tissue and other contaminants from getting into our finger system what Davis said is the second baffles falling off which means he could have anything downstream into his leach field and into his finger system I'd read I'd reach out to S. O. S. I think that's what it is sewer or septic or septic or sewer back think you need to get that looked at Dave because eventually it's going to fail and when it fails you got a mess on your hands I appreciate it all right there you go thanks for calling you know septic tank tanks that when you take care of males and they're your best friend and when you don't take care of them they don't upset me nobody's happy inside the house it's the home and garden show we're talking septic tanks we're gonna be talking solar systems within in the ten o'clock hour but you might have.
"jean clark" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Changed on glass I was nineteen cents this is from these are tickets that she found from my father's store on east Washington Street and so they're all hand written in his his hand writing then the funny thing is I recognize my mom's hand writing has total total them up at the end of the day piped up nineteen cents I would want to check this out you get out into the quarter by three inch nipple inch and a quarter by three inch met my gosh that's a thirty cents that's monster that would be brass I bet I bet it was steel was Brian B. governess one well this was nineteen sixty I don't know these are old receipts from the original no this is not actually the second generation their of their been three different locations for Solomon hardware yeah well the original story up yeah so LED brought us in some things from the nineteen sixties is really pretty cool just total reading here it's so you go that's a radio now I'm gonna say Hey if you got a question for six two three nine ninety three mile thrill for three dollars and fifty nine cents Pat is gallons of paint three gallons of paint three ninety eight a gallon is that a good price for paint CSI this I would it I never went to a hardware store to get a gallon of paint I was with the Sears I know and you were Sears family that's interesting yeah my grandma worked at Sears I I did not say in an offensive way she was always I never went into her department I was at a boom yeah that's where the ten knockers were is a sheet metal worker behavior so whatever you say Danny you smell like onions what do you eat as I'm in the meatball from the oz socials hi rose amr handle sixty nine cents they bought a lot of pipe dope the Murphy's in Iowa where the Murphy's doing that pipe dope over there at the bar here's how you get the Chatham Adam home it's it's really off of of wall that which is about seven hundred north and then you really you can come off of the street are you come off a Massachusetts even come off in New Jersey but then dead just five seventeen east you'll see it it's really just a nice little neighborhood and it's sort of catches you off guard that there's this furniture store here in the furniture store used to be a tool and die store with all this heavy heavy equipment and Chris Felder who's the husband of the two ladies that that manage this store has totally redone staircases and wrought iron all over the place just really done a magnificent it's it's great architecture stuff mark joins us on the program he mark smart who will return to hello mark with that all right way to clear that out AJ nice job Hey Hey that's your he's doing his job Kevin does way better than a HA ha I'm sorry Sir what is reign of how to run the show okay you know I I got a college eyes there is no room under the bus I've thrown so many people I've heard stories if you could age if you could just stand you'll be first available once there's more room under the bus did you get thrown under the bus no I was actually put on standby we were doing this on the program it's got good thanks Hey I want to get some ornamental grass to get about six seven the call that I can use like the piped area much three acres got more of a and I don't know what the name of the mark well when you get to that size you do you there's a pretty good selection the I mean some people will put fountain grass is is real popular there's there's four found grass and then the regular one that would get five to seven foot there's a ribbon a porcupine grass it gets close to that size store yeah we saw a mall I mean the what the ones on the opposite in would be like the feather read grass like Carl Forster gets four to five foot and then the the Ravina grass which is technically we call a hearty pampas grass that'll get up to ten foot tall but there's a lot of them in that six foot range all right great and do you have to cut them down at the in you before winter half because we leave generally you would leave them up for winter interest the birds like Tom and then what generally what happens is you get a heavy snow some high winds and they kind of start to fall apart towards spring and then that's when you generally clean him up and it's really easy just take some duct tape have somebody get a big man have around him and then you take duct tape around him and then you just take a hedge trimmer down lower the see the green shoots coming up that's the easiest way to take care of a pet and you taught me that well take for them to get the full height every year I usually buy would say July they're pretty well on their way all right cool all right well thank you thanks Scott our number two three nine ninety three ninety three joining us is Liz hi Liz good morning good afternoon good evening boycott the delay issue to wait eight seconds forty one goal time it's they moved it up almost twelve now isn't really think so who's got the potty mouth over Hey is it that rock candle lists are you there it has been twelve seconds okay I'm sorry that party Liz it in there okay there too well where have you been a young lady in waiting for you okay I called a couple weeks ago about digging out my cattle using you said no no no no now to to right now is the time now is the time now is was there not frozen I promise okay there's another there's enough warmth in the ground even as cold as it it got there was so we didn't get anything freezing that sweet go down that the list thanks for the call we appreciate it our number two three nine ninety three ninety three we are here at Chatham home on walnut street five seventeen east right in the heart of downtown Indianapolis for the cool kids hang out on mass have channel March Jenna mark do you ever gonna hang out down here no Pat I don't not met Jane down here a couple times for lunch what well you know kind of Palade is related by Jane Jane Jane my wife yeah she said you won't come down here so we I didn't read the at lunch over the eagle at the ice is at a restaurant where she likes to hop fried chicken you know how she is I don't know she like hot fried jail yeah yeah she won't even eat hot sauce with me really I don't know what you're talking about my son I'm right here in front of me the hot sauce many gets you the hernia and that's what she craves what's the hot sauce honey hot sauce yeah well AJ now here's Julie so they all like it's some we're going to yourself because when you meet my mother Donna Jean Clark Smith yeah my mom and my wife for in the car right now here in this okay he's going to hit my mom is going to hear you saying that you're taking my wife the one well quite honestly your mom was with us one of the sorry my two three ninety three ninety three all right mark and mark mark and mark itself like a dog with their speech in Petaluma no that was the one mark we are talk to so we're gonna talk to well let's talk to him now what we got to lose market man mark good afternoon Hey mark you get really good at this called call of couple listener hello hello there we go Hey mark hello how you doing do I have a septic field and the fingers in that that the field to our give it and I was wondering if I'm able to build covered the up with dirt and replant the tell me what the source of the debates have been has it been animal activity or what wire there give it's now it's just natural the ground is just dunk where the fingers are yeah just add some top third are the difference are the debates deeper than three to four inches there's a couple that are you don't want to put in too much top third of but I tell you what it's probably worth it don't put in potting soil but get some just get some regular door yeah yeah the Tom so you really don't want to go more than a couple inches so you have to get some filtered somewhere in something because a lot of all state pretty sloppy in the reason is is that that that Tochter has so much vegetation that's decomposing in there and they wanted the decomposes it it'll leave another day of it so you actually want filter which would be considered subsoil but top third is I think you're right Pat an inch and a half tops world about only one it's in this kind of some little bit nuclear waste in it too so it only used too much it doesn't have new we're coming right back with more we are here Chatham home on walnut street they're open till six o'clock tonight a great place next couple weeks makes you stop down and visit the store we're coming right back ninety three W. 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"jean clark" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Go to car dot com slash ask post away. And who knows you may be joining me right here on the air coming up later a decision by the consumer financial protection bureau. Very anti consumer decision is going to allow banks to gouge you more on your credit cards. I'm gonna tell you how that's going to play out for your wallet. Juno that? There are some jobs. The people just hate doing because they lead a lot of injuries or they're boring. Or just the kind of thing that is no fun to do and people were hard to hard to find to do this work. An example. In so many environments cleaning, the floors in an industrial institutional retail space, anything like that. It is a back breaking job and the people who do that job burnouts, very very high probably higher than truck driving. So I want to tell you about the fear people have of automation. And why so often that fear is misplaced because the robotics the advanced technologies actually get people out of dangerous jobs or jobs. They get injured in and at the same time improve things for consumers. There's been a lot of negative buzz. About something. Walmart is rolling out to its stores around the country. And right now, I think it's only four percent of their stores, but they are robots. That clean the floors in WalMart's continuously and at the same time use art official intelligence and advanced digital systems to figure out every item on every shelf. What needs to be replenished? And how many someone needs to bring in from the stock room? So that when you're walking in the store, and you go to buy something. It'll actually be there on the shelf where you can buy it instead of back somewhere lonely behind the store in the warehouse. So this kind of thing. Is something has been such a novelty for people in the stores that I read in the Washington Post item about it. That they're having to put barriers on the robot. Because people have been jumping on the robot. Trying to ride it down the aisles of stores. Seriously. I mean, nobody wants us to have any fun in life. Right. I think about with escalators where you can't slide down railings anymore and stuff like that. And they put up all those barriers on them. I mean, where's people's sense of humor? But anyway, so. This thing that has been if you're no hockey. It's looked at and called kind of like, a mini Zamboni that goes around and cleans and assesses merchandise on the shelves. And so this is a win win win. It allows the store to have what you want on the shelf eliminates danger and gets you cleaner floors around the clock, gene joins us on the car Howard show. Hello Jean Clark. How are you? Great. Thank you, gene. How can I be of service to you? Well, house first of all I'm a long-time listener of yours been listening to you for years and really enjoy your show. We'll thank you. Glad you have enjoyed it. Yeah. Reception's not too good where I live here in Virginia, south West Virginia. But sometimes on the radio, but I was interested in doing my my taxes myself, I've been doing with another well-known outfit myself a few years, but I was looking for one of these these free prepare tax prepares you know, where where you all to prepare for.