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"jennifer kern" Discussed on Science Vs

Science Vs

06:11 min | 4 months ago

"jennifer kern" Discussed on Science Vs

"But studies have shown that doctors have anti fat bias to in one survey of four hundred doctors. Almost twenty percent admitted that they disliked or were disgusted by obese patients. Studies have found. That patients are picking up on this. They're like yeah. I can tell and they tell researchers that doctors are crappy to them which makes them not wanna go in one person. We reached out to said that she was afraid to go to the doctor. Because of this we also hear stories of doctors being so focused on a patient's weight that they totally miss serious health problems like janet told us about this one woman named rebecca but initial symptom. That made her go to. The doctor was that she was having trouble. Breathing and several physicians attributed her difficulty breathing to her body mass index. They said you're obese. That's why he can't breathe. You need to lose some weight. Come back later. And in actuality rebecca had was lung cancer. That's really terrifying. It is okay. So where does this leave us. Well for people with higher beam is we do see an increase in some conditions like diabetes and some cancers and mobility problems but this is far from universal. Lots of fatter people are perfectly healthy. And of course some skinnier people are unhealthy. A few scientists told me that it's best to think of a high bmi as just one risk factor not the be all end all generally though if we could wave a magic wand and make everyone on earth a normal bmi we probably would be healthier. The problem is harry potter has been canceled. There is no magic wand and weight. loss's super hard. In fact only something like one in five people who tries to lose weight can lose it and keep it off so given that it probably makes more sense to stop obsessing over the scale and pay more attention to our behaviors. but we're eating. And how much removing for example. One dutch study followed overweight and obese. People for fifteen years and found that those who got lots of exercise had no increased heart disease risk and a bunch of other studies find similar things. That healthy behaviors cut down lots of problems regardless bmi for me personally all this made me realize there was no reason to freak out when i crossed over into this overweight category. It's not like accidentally stumbled into the upside down the demagogue out to get me although it was disappointing to find out it probably wasn't all muscle but i'm happy with where i'm at now that science versus Hello hello ready. Freddy kennedy anyone calling. I can't foster keys. Are intern here at science versus and how many citations are in. This week's episode are a hundred and forty citations in this episode. Okay that's not too shabby if people wanna go and check them out Where should they go. They go to the transcript which is in our show notes. Thanks again thanks bye next week. We're looking at childbirth. Are doctors interfering too much. Is it over medicalized and would most of us be better off with no doctors around at all. She was just like in this euphoric trans. She was butt naked the entire time. It gives me chills thinking about it. This episode was produced by me. Rose remler with help from michelle. Dang the keti foster. Keys merrill horn and nick bell rose were edited by blythe terrell our executive producer is. Wendy's ackerman back checking by diane kelly. Mix and sound design by bumi hadaka music written by bumi hadaka peter leonard. Emma munger bobby lord thanks to all the researchers we got in touch with for this episode including dr michelle foster dr catherine legal professor dimply gallagher dr sarah tracy professor peter nelson professor james stubs. Dr jennifer kerns doctor. Fatima cody stanford professor mercedes. Karna thon dr jane. Winter dr haley. Banik professor francesco. Rubino doctor goyal professor david jacobs professor dale wagner doctor andrea bombeck. 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"jennifer kern" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:23 min | 4 months ago

"jennifer kern" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"We're going back to school in the fall, and they actually staged as doomed blackout. And some other things. Look, that tells me that Gavin Newsom, uh, masking down and locking down in for in perpetuity Policy doesn't actually sit well with the parents out there who actually have to work and make a living and are worried about leaving their kids behind at home all day, leaving your kids behind. To be bullied by gangs in their neighborhoods all day, and that's where I think Gavin Newsome lost people. Not that he ever had that personal connection with them in the first place, But, yes, they are in trouble. He's running scared. I think the members are extremely close. Otherwise he wouldn't be pulling in the national stars who he thinks the national stars are, by the way. How despicable isn't that Kamala Harris is campaigning today as 13 American School Children remain stranded in Afghanistan as hundreds of Americans remains. Branded in Afghanistan and as female journalists remain stranded and being hunted by the Taliban in Afghanistan. She should be ashamed of herself, You know, they made constant fun of Donald Trump and and his freedom of the press and how he treated reporters. All he did was make a few jokes about Maggie Haberman at The New York Times, telling her she had some facts wrong. Donald Trump for always his flaws, and he had Benny He never left a female journalist stranded in a foreign country. His state Department never denied a flight. Getting off the tarmac, Uh, to safety into freedom. Let that be the record and for Kamala Harris to be out gallivanting around the state of California today, when we still have Americans stranded overseas is this Dusting, and I know your audience feels the same way. I know you're in the shadows of Camp Pendleton there and the U. S Naval Base in San Diego. It is just disgusting. I'm a block from the World Trade Center sites Right now. I'm looking out of the blue. Lights tribute out here in lower Manhattan, just for all of this to be happening in the backdrop of the 20th anniversary of 9 11. I know so many people have the same sentiment and and I'll be looking to see how this might have actually turned off voters that Kamala Harris, actually, you know, I think it Liability and not not a positive. Yes. No. Well, most of the protesters outside the Harris Newsome event today word local Afghan American women, angry, shouting, Angry things actually will play that for you coming up Jennifer Kerns. Nationally syndicated radio talk show host All American radio and opinion columnist for Newsmax. Thank you so much. Always good to catch up and spend time with you and we will have you back on again over the next couple of days or follow this, uh, growing story of this recall of this governor and all the heavyweights that are in town. To talk about it. Barack Obama did a 32nd ad doubling down on the Republican recall of Gavin Newsom, as he calls it will play it for you and talk about it. That's coming up next right now, with Lou on NewsRadio. 600 Kogo. I want to introduce you the Thundercats Technology Thunder Cat Technology is a premier provider of I T solutions not only for government organizations but educational institutions and commercial enterprises as a leader in cybersecurity infrastructure, unified communications. And cloud technology verticals Thundercats, not just a reseller. They are trusted Advisors for businesses and their clients. Find out more thunder cat tech dot com Thunder cat tech dot com. What's up? Y'all Jimmy Allen.

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"jennifer kern" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:07 min | 4 months ago

"jennifer kern" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Win, That's 8885771946 and call number six gets that family four pack. All right, so unbelievable event took place just really hours ago in Venice. Where Larry Elder was campaigning a A Gavin Newsom supporter. Let's go ahead and call it that because that's certainly what it is a woman wearing a planet of the apes mask. Assaulted elder Threw an egg at him and then assaulted one of his security team. Here's the headline ABC News seven. Eyewitness News Channel seven In Los Angeles. Breaking NEWS Larry Elder cuts campaign events shorten Venice after he's encountered by an angry crowd. Channel five K T. L, A Los Angeles Larry Elder spent roughly 12 minutes in Venice, with his departure hastened to what appeared to be an egg thrown in his direction. No mention Of the absolute racist element of a Gavin Newsom supporter wearing a monkey mask. Actually Jennifer Kerns, it was kind of a cross between a planet of the Apes mask. Uh, and White House press secretary Jen Psaki with the hair. I think it's probably the best way to describe it. Unbelievable bias in the media, No mention that that you know the the racist racist element here. Really It is disturbing the the actual video you can see of it. Raw video on Twitter. You can actually see it. Thank God for the local news. I think it was spectrum, the local cable access channel actually had put the actual clip up on social media. People can see through a lot of this liberal bias. Here's what people aren't also mentioning, which is it wasn't just a liberal individual, a white individual. It was a liberal, white female, which you and I know or at least all the speak for myself here. Those are among the most hateful, intolerant people I've ever encountered in my lifetime. In 15 years of working politics in the state of California, those are the angry mob. That is, that is really what this is about. This is pure racism. The fact that the L A media is not covering this properly for someone who who is from south Central from Compton. And certainly has the racial credentials here in this race that that that is just appalling. The you know, the Los Angeles media particularly has been fanning the flames of a racial overtone throughout this campaign. I don't know what it is about a conservative African American person running for office, but it just gets under their skin. And it's driving their newsroom insane and the headlines speak to it, calling him you know, black face of white supremacy and things of that nature. It's way over the top. Well, look, it scares him right because they have controlled the media narrative at the left has been able to control African American voters for so long. It was only when Donald Trump came through. Got elected, not, you know, not with a huge percentage of African American support. I think about 8% support, though it was higher than what Mitt Romney was able to get. Within a year, Donald Trump doubled that even to 18% support. And by his third year in office, Donald Trump had 27% of the black vote. That is why you saw, among other things that George Floyd incident happened. That is why you saw them take the black lives matter narrative and run with it because they couldn't allow Republicans to actually get a foothold in with the African American vote because then There? Uh, as Candace Owens says, they're keeping them on the plantation for all these years, and then that act is over. Larry Elder is as it has caught. You know, the has really spoken to the passion that so many Californians have right now. Some of the frustrations uh but it is. It is absolutely absolutely connecting in a way that Governor Gavin Newsom never could. I know George Skelton has written about this. That There was never really a connection there, and it's almost as if Newsom now is is envious. Jealous of the connection that elder has he's going after him, You know, by name personally, you know, making the race about. You know, Larry Elder versus Gavin Newsom characterizing Larry Elder to the right of Donald Trump. Which is the only way right that he can He mobilizes bases to make it seem as if you know something Donald Trump himself, but only a black version of Donald Trump is going to be governor. If you don't get up and go vote. It's not working with some specific communities in California, particularly Latino voters. What's what's the disconnect there? Look, you know, Gavin Newsom does not have very high, personable approval rating. His. His actual likability ratings have always been underwater. This was back to 2000 and eight during Prop. Eight when he was Handing out marriage licenses against the will of 10 million voters in California who had voted back on that issue in 1996 with prop 22 Look, He's just never been a warm and fuzzy guy, his unfavorable ratings and this is so interesting because I know they're very close friends his unfavorable ratings Gavin Newsom are around what Hillary Clinton Unfavorables are right. And and they're always right there around the 50% rate, he can never really breakthrough that 50% likability and that matters. Look, Larry Elder would be lucky. If this race we're between just he and Gavin Newsom. This is why you see Gavin Newsom trying to make this a national referendum because If this recall election is just based on the issues, just based on his performance of governor in California, just based on the what they call common sense covid mandates, which aren't common sense at all. Um, if it's just between those and I think Gavin you can get to recalled. That's why you see him pulling in the heavy guns here that Barack Obama during the T V ads. Kamala Harris coming out today in campaigning for him. It's not just between he and Larry Elder because if it is then Gavin Newsome loses because Californians simply don't like him. California don't like him and I I don't think I mean, just based on what I've seen, and I mean, I'm here on the radio in San Diego talking with a lot of people. I don't think people like the idea that California is going to be masked up indefinitely. I don't think they they like the idea that we're not going to be moving towards the level of freedom that Texas and Florida has. He's making it a race against Texas and Florida. You know, as if they're so irresponsible and we're doing so great here, But the Californians that I talked to are not happy with the direction we're going. We're locked down indefinitely where masked up indefinitely and we're you know, the vaccines or mandates are tightening indefinitely, and there's there seems to be no end in sight, and he seems quite comfortable with that state. Yeah, he does. And here's what's so interesting that the numbers coming out of Los Angeles in particular the past six months have been really, really telling on that 49% of parents in the Los Angeles Unified School District who are predominantly minority parents, 49% of them last March, said No, No, You're not going to keep our kids out of school again..

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"jennifer kern" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

07:32 min | 7 months ago

"jennifer kern" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Who right now is even more controversial in in how they have chosen to attack the spirit of the age than even this program is that isn't that isn't sitting in an indefinite detention cell from january. Sixth right. is there one per. it's probably him right and so we kind of thought. Well if they're going to run glendale stuff yeah dude when the when the spirit of the age those a geiger counter out there. It goes off when we walk in the room. It's red lines when lyndale walks in a room. Right i mean. He's getting kicked out of republican governors association meetings. And everything else right matt. Well now apparently we have. We have surpassed mike i. I'm going to proceed. That i guess as a form of a compliment. But we have got no further for clarification. Nothing a check for a not insignificant amount of money ready to send to them and it was pretty significant to them because they were in agreement of receiving it right. So i'm guessing that we have just been ghosted now. You may know why. I knew for a week or almost a week. I was going to be on tucker we are. You offering us it about the book. It was already being worked on before the book came out. I just never said a word. Didn't even die the day that we were going on that night. We didn't mention it once on the show. I didn't mention it at all. Until i was sitting in the chair with the sat on blake and the show started live. That's when i tweeted out. Hey going to be on tucker carlson. The number one show in cable television here in about forty five minutes. Because i didn't trust that if the word got out ahead of time they wouldn't find some way to yank it right. Well is that kind of maybe happened here. And what does it mean other than. It's just inside baseball for us. Is there something that a listener reviewer to. This show should take away from the from the last seventeen days. It's way worse you think so. I'd say yes. Because i have been hesitant about. Is this too self self-serving to talk about is there is. there is something beyond that that it just. It's just our show and you like it that the average conservative or patriot or liberty minded critical thinker in. This audience could take from this experience. Can i buy that. Your personality could rub people the wrong way. It's it happens. Nobody's perfect accepted. You agree that a little too soon. But i understand it But listen. this wasn't just any old book during any old year. We were the tip of the spear from a media perspective on cova and calling bs on it. No one can challenge out there and make they can try and they will but they'll be wrong. We were as early as anybody in the media. Fear there were others and god bless him for it and we pointed them out because we knew it couldn't just be us and some of that is because of this nonsense so the show is a whole and then the book came out. it didn't seek to simply a ride. A wave it again said a track. We came out with this book and then you saw after the book came out. Many people suddenly finding their guts on this topic and mentioned thou- and throwing him under the bus for the very first time in conservative circles. And this isn't just about any old is it's about covert and what happened for the last year and a half to hijack this nation in ways constitutional in ways life and death. This is way worse than steve days. This is about you you just. You can't handle the truth and you don't want the truth on some level you want the return to normal the gift as it was and you know this guy who never allowed you to have the grip on any of those old issues that you may have not had him on one about as sure as hell not gonna let you have it on this one and neither am i. You should all be ashamed of yourselves. So there was an effort. An attempt made a couple of years ago. I believe stephen. And i can't remember who initiated it to figure out if we can get you on fox news more often. You're on a for two or three appearances on some sunday. Show with a weekend after in some There was an. There's an individual specifically hired and this individual said. Yeah sure. I've got tons of contacts over at fox news and i'm getting any part of the story wrong please. Correct jennifer. kerns was her name. Yes thank on newsmax now get. There was an effort made by this individual to get you on and it was kind of an early similar pattern was not all out. I'm endeavouring now and then just radio. Silent yes yeah. There is an overton window on the right as well. And it's really really guys. It's not a whole lot different than what we see on lefty enemy media. It really isn't it's got a different spin on it. But the premise of every issue. That's talked about unless you're making bank for fox. News like tucker. Carlson is but that's like the only exception. Maybe steve hilton might be another exception on on fox news. Unless you're absolutely making bank. You're not allowed to go outside that. Overton window steve. And really when. We're talking about steve. And in certain ways we're we're talking about Mu people like you. And i and those out there who watch the show and appreciate this type of contact content. I should say we were walking talking embodiments of something that is outside the overton acceptable. Overton window on on this outlet in this is not. We're not talking about newsmax here. This is still the largest outlet of that caters that target audience that That is real right of center. What's left of america and there is still an overton window there That should tell you what you need to know. I think a lot of people have come to this conclusion. That outside of one hour every weeknight fox news is not really not really your friend now. I'm still going to reserve judgment but outside of that one hour. What is what is it doing for you. What's it doing for us. That's a question that we have to keep asking more questions. Fake news or not is next. We're gonna put the kobe vaccines under the literal microscope. With pathologist dr ryan cole. Next you do not want to miss this conversation here in a moment back with our to live and on demand here on blaze. Tv radio and podcasts days..

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"jennifer kern" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:16 min | 8 months ago

"jennifer kern" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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"jennifer kern" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:10 min | 8 months ago

"jennifer kern" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Problem. Because joe biden done. So i have to wonder i mean no disrespect but this cackle and referred to her as the new wicked witch of the west dethroning. Nancy pelosi but this cat limited. Some of her handler say to her. Look we need to make you more appealing onto the voters and we need to soften your prosecutorial image and you just need to laugh but this cackle is so Pudding yeah you know you hit the nail on the head here. There's no doubt in my mind that somebody had her in a focus group and the feedback came back that she was as ice which she is. And i really do think that they said you know you got to lighten up a little. You got to laugh. But it's having the same result as the last hillary clinton instituted when she was running for president which was also fake and forced and really came off as you know else. Sorta creepy had the unintended result of coming in. Look the best thing you can do by candidates for over fifteen years. Be yourself You can't hide who you are She should own her reputation as a tough prosecutor and she should be using that tough mindset on the border crisis. If anything but again. I go back to her seeming seeming. And that's key here in ability to handle and i'm gonna say jennifer i'm gonna call it for what it is the crisis at the southern border. I can't help but think that that's by design. I mean more people coming into this country mean more vote. Votes and continued continued legacy in the democrats. Mind power and control you. There's there's no doubt about it. You know they're looking for a new voting base You know this is why they fight voter. Id so so frequently and look. I think they've wedged commonly into this position where they forced basically to say that sound bite. Don't come don't come. I think i hurts her on the left flank of her party we saw. Afc immediately come out and say gosh. How dare you tell people not to come. asylum law of the us as long as they can get to the border there in Her on the left side of her party and it also is going to hurt her on the right. because she's gonna have this lip service and be on record is telling people not to come. Yes the biden policies people are still gonna come streaming across the border because they want the free goodies and they want The voting rights and they want all of the wonderful things he can get when you live in america. So i think she's in a real wings situation here jennifer. Do you want one of those selfie cookies those faceless assumpico handed out to reporters that was just weird but are and you know it's more part and parcel of the coal a personality that that politics has become that anyone would even think you would want a cookie with someone's face on it. No less a politician space. That would be the last cookie in the world. I would want to bite into jennifer. Kerns hosts of the new nationally syndicated show all american radio with jennifer kerns publisher of all american news dot com. Tell us about your show jennifer well. We're so excited where moving across the country in were actually in colorado is well broadcasting out of denver as well and just having a great time. We share stories of america reopening positive stories pro american story and fighting the evil left every step of the way people can check it out as he said by going to all american news dot com and clicking on episode. Jennifer are all we can hope. is that The great unwashed that we are we as voters are paying attention to everything that is going on these days coming out of that administration as you so aptly noted run by i'd even put bernie sanders into the mix run by I would say. Afc well the shine is off of that particular piece of glass but run by bernie sanders and susan rice. Yeah i would think so. I would think so. I think that's where we're headed as a party. We don't stop them in the twenty twenty two mid turned or in the two thousand twenty four presidential election business. What we're going to be living under for the next twenty five years and that is hera fighing specter jennifer currents thanks again for your time your insights here perspectives cruciate. It thinks summer eight forty nine now. Thirteen ten kfi. What's happening in your own. Backyard listened to know now with tanner's swint a northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k. If you miss any portion of mornings with yale go to thirteen ten. Kfi dot com to download. The podcast today.

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"jennifer kern" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

06:58 min | 8 months ago

"jennifer kern" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Well there's one thing that we do know for a fact that vice president carmela harris has never been to spain. Eat thirty eight now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten k. of k. a. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialist studios so during a recent trip to guatemala. She had a sit down with nbc's. Lester holt and lester. Well pressed her on the crisis. I'm going to call it for what it is the immigration crisis at the southern border. Let's just say carmela didn't much like that. Just quickly put a button. You have any plans to visit the border at some point. I we are going to the border. We've been to the border. So this whole this whole this whole thing about the border. We've been to the border we've been to the board you haven't been to the border and i haven't been to europe and i don't. I don't understand the point that you're making. I'm not discounting the importance of the border. Funny it sounds that way. And then we got the signature. Kamala harris cackle. And what's up. What that cackle of. It's not funny. Joined this morning So pleased to be joined this morning by jennifer kern. She's of the noon nationally. Syndicated show all american radio with jennifer kerns publisher of all american news dot com by the way she served as a gop strategists spokesperson for the california republican party strategist for the colorado recalls over the second amendment and a writer researcher for the most watch. Us presidential debate of the twenty sixteen election cycle for fox news denver a pleasure. Thanks for having me so Vice president harris taken shots from both sides of the aisle for her rather perplexing performance and inconsistent messaging when it comes to immigration. Yeah you know. It's interesting it the bag as the office if you're a liberal Far-left liberal democratic party and even nbc and msnbc or critiquing. you know. There's something wrong there when that's happening I think something bigger my even. Be going on here though. Dale which is i think. The biden administration has given kamala harris a portfolio. That is broader than her capability. I think they've done that on purpose. You know they put her in charge of some of the foreign affairs and they put her in charge of other things including this massive border crisis. And i think the problem that she is not really equipped to solve not only because she doesn't have experienced previously in solving it. But she she just Is really out of her reading here. And i think the reason. The biden administration Has allowed her to wade into. This is a little bit of political rebounds. Yeah a lot of people. Forget that in twenty fourteen It was none other than comma harris wind. She was california attorney. General who who basically taint basically just completely spitball barack obama's a solution to the border crisis back then very similar in nature to the border crisis. We have now of barack. Obama actually did try to do something he started the two thousand fourteen secure communities act which basically said that. If you know if you are illegal immigrant or you're pulled over on a traffic stop you can actually an should actually be overturned to the federal authorities. I sent and so forth will come with her. Because the attorney general of california state nation also border state said no. We're not gonna do that. So she actually bucked the abidin obama administration plan and i think they have not forgotten that and i think that assigning hurt this massive border crisis which they know she can't solve is political payback for what she did to them seven years ago when i can't help but think jennifer that it's also personal because Just recently recently there were reports. Jill biden saying that harris should go do something unnatural to herself for her debate attack on. Joe will yeah. You're very right. Look at and we. We remember the contentious debate Wouldn't she Caller joe biden on his desire to not have But in to white schools and he actually said he didn't want his kids going to a racial jungle of those were his views on integrated schools. She really blew him up on the stage. And what's interesting here is by. Who was actually pretty smart and this he did the reaganesque thing. You might remember ronald reagan. When he was facing the prospect of having george h w bush be his shadow. You know bracket him everywhere. He went be his worst nightmare for the next four years and potentially run against ten ronald reagan. Hey i'm put george h.w. On the tickets that we can keep an eye on him like keep your enemies close you know. I think that's what they i think. That's what they've done here with comma harris. But i think there's something a play i think they really have given kamla a vast portfolio that they know she can't deliver on. She makes all out on her face and then she can't really run and win in twenty twenty four and other people who are really running the white house right now. Susan rice and friendship. Obama could actually move into that position. And i've long thought that if you fat flash forward to twenty twenty four. That's the intent with all of this as you so eloquently say to give her a portfolio things that she's just not prepared to handle they want to dilute the specter of any political power. That she may have yeah absolutely either. She's not from the obama world She she has a pretty high opinion of herself. I say this is somebody who lived under her reign of both thanks and Well san francisco be an attorney. General california before becoming. Us senator and yes she she. She's marxist to her own drum drummer She does not answer to. This opened the obama world. 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"jennifer kern" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:52 min | 8 months ago

"jennifer kern" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"A relatable message right and we still do do that. We have the car on the trailer. Me bringing it up before prom but Yeah i think that You know really what's helpful with our programming is. We're hooking students up with her school resource officers or Law enforcement within their municipalities and so developing those relationships and making it more of a positive relationship. Kids are more inclined You know to have conversations with law enforcement and hear their stories so that's definitely Been helpful but the other piece of it. He was enforcement. So you know we do rely on the kids to get the The message out scare tactics tend not to work. we try to. We try to Create more positive relationships but we also do need to partner with law enforcement. We need to educate parents about what the laws are so. There's multiple layers. Educate the kids educate the parents and You know support law enforcement enforcement at some of the laws and all of those have to work together along those lines. I talked with a colleague of yours Just yesterday about a very special program. That i believe you conducted just last week for kids that are interested in getting into law enforcement and driving skill says am i on the right. Track there right. I think that yeah. There was a program that greeley police department who have been fantastic partners with dr smart for the twenty years we've existed but yeah getting kids involved that are interested in law enforcement And showing them all the different aspects but also again and Teaching them how important it is to have relationships with people in the community whether it's the high school kids in the high schools and law enforcement doesn't necessarily always have to be perceived as negative. Because they are. They're positive you know they. They're there to protect us there to educate us and they're there to enforce the lot. How refreshing in these days of calls for defunding. The police pelisson basically cutting their legs out from under them when it comes to a legislation to basically handcuffed them and their ability to provide community safety and law enforcement. How refreshing it is that. You are sending that message to kids. Because it's something. I really think needs to be underscored right. Yeah it's like anything else. There's negativity in the media but really at the end of the day. They're public servants and they'd pick in that career field because they wanted. They wanted to assist. They want to you know. Do the right thing and so you know. It's just that tactic that the kids are interested in that field. And then the you know. Law enforcement officers are wanting to be in the high schools. Educating the kids in developing relationships young now it takes a village. It takes the community and law enforcement part and parcel of that so kelly martinez core coalition coordinator for dr smart weld county. Thank you for all that you and your colleagues too. It's just so important especially as we find ourselves in the one hundred deadliest days the most fine fatal time of year for young drivers. How do we learn more about dr smart weld county. Thanks for asking yes. We do have a website. Www dot drives smart well county dot org and we have just a ton of resources available for students. Schools parents community members so yeah. Please visit the website And then all of our contact information. My contact information is available parents and important part of the equation as well correct. Yep yep for sure kelly martinez coalition coordinator. Dr smart weld county again. Thank you for everything that you do to encourage us all to be safe on the roads. I think a post pandemic we could all use a little remedial driver. It's case of these days. We were talking yesterday but certainly appreciate all of your efforts and thanks for your time this morning. Thank you so much again for having me. I appreciate it. You take care. Eight thousand nine hundred thirteen ten. Kfi kfi party. Northern colorado's force thirteen ten kfi k. The block party wednesdays from four ten pm miss any portion of mornings with gail goto thirteen ten. Kfi dot com. Download the.

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"jennifer kern" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

06:56 min | 8 months ago

"jennifer kern" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Carefully and cautiously. So this as a traffic safety. Groups are warning of the one hundred deadliest days according to triple a. Thirty percent of fatal crashes happened during the one hundred deadliest as that. start on memorial day and continue through labor day and sadly this is the most fatal time of year for young drivers. Eight eight now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision seles studios. It's great organization known as a drive smart weld county and for more than twenty years. Have been doing everything in their power to ensure the safety of all of us but the main focus of this coalition is to help early and pre drivers from the ages of nine thousand nine hundred. Fourteen particularly given all the distractions that we all need to contend with behind the wheel joined this morning by coalition coordinator for dr smart weld. County kelly martinez. Hey kelly welcome to the show gail. Thank you so much for having me this morning. Oh you bat so all the work that you do. So give us the backstory about dr smart weld county shares. So dry smart wall county was actually established about twenty years ago and it was just a group of concerned citizens and Well county first responders insurance agents public health practitioners that really wanted to Address the High number of traffic fatalities that well county was seen Back in two thousand eight. Our county had the most traffic fatalities in the nation. So you know it's pretty devastating So we started the coalition and looked at best practices. look at what other entities organizations are doing around the world. actually to address You know the totality that they were seeing well and sadly Weld county's still ranks fairly high among traffic fatalities in in that count across the nation. Talk with jared file cdot region for communications manager each and every week and we talk about the factors that contribute to that. But what do you see as being the primary contributors to that high rate of fatalities in weld well specifically in weld county It's worry growing county and We have a lot of roads We have Will level of population that is growing We have a lot of oil and gas industry traffic. Just a lotta traffic on the road. So probably contributing factor and then of course. There are the distractions that we all deal with some better than others right for sure and as you know. Technology has become a bigger part of our lives. That's definitely creating a lot of distractions. You know Young drivers really the number one cause of their crashes are distractions so not only. Are they dealing with you. Know just experience being behind the wheel for the first time they have. All these other distractions in the car. And it's not. Just you know the mobile device. It's other things like trying to change the song on the radio or eating and drinking when they're driving So there's a you know a lot of things that people don't think about that can be distracting for teams. So how does the program actually work so We work pretty much. All of the High schools within the county Originally the coalition was first established. We actually went out to the high schools with our volunteers being again. The first responders enchant insurance agents trauma on professionals public health professionals and we would do a one day assembly and it was very interactive and we talked to the kids about how but her choices you know what the consequences of our other choices behind the wheel As unfortunately when dealing with kobe we weren't allowed to go into the school. So yeah so that. Kind of put a damper on our program but Actually ended up being a great opportunity for our coalition because we instead of going out as adults into the schools we identified groups within the schools to carry our message for us so Different groups whether it was national honor society or student government took on we call it. The budge buds challenge An acronym for buckle up drives smart. They programmed for us in the school and they would do it year long so much more impactful number one because the kids are hearing the message many more times rather than a one day assembly and also kids tend to listen to their peers. More so than adult so Truth that is such so. We can measure the impact of our by conducting a seatbelt checkpoint at the beginning of the school year. And we usually do that with the students. Local law enforcement and a coalition member and we count the number of people going through the School parking lot. That are buckled. Up or distract are driving distracted and then we let the kids program all year whether it's weekly announcements or art contests or bigger things where they bring in survivors speakers And then at the end of the year we do that same seatbelt. Checkpoint measured people wearing their seatbelts driving into the lot as well as not being distracted. And you know the goal of course is the hope to improvement and we have so. It's much more effective to let the kids carry the message for us. What's their reaction to all of. This is kind of like. Yeah yeah yeah or they picking up on the importance of the message. Because i'm flashing back to my high school days where they would bring in a wrecked car and set it up on display working lot or this was the best one right before prom every year. They showed this movie. And i'll never forget. It was called signal forty and it was about these kids that were going to the prom and they got into this horrific rack and i mean it was gore in. It was awful. It was scary scary. But i'm not so sure that it really was relevant in terms of providing.

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"jennifer kern" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

12:41 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer kern" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"Nobody can afford just to focus on being database administrator for your technology you should be able to really focus on. How am I gonNA maintain my brown experience to my gas in it? It's really interesting. Actually that you said about the little thank you know in the to go. our CMO Jennifer Kern. We did a Webinar last week. the IFP TA and she really talked about how to personalise the third party experience. And we've all been ordering like you said I've been. I've been trying as much as possible to order directly from the restaurants and not utilize third parties. But sometimes I do and she had mentioned in the Webinar. She kind of opens the bag and things. Why not a note or a coupon or a some sort of brand dean some sort of sticker on the boxes and and I think that's something that's really really easy for brands to change right now because for the time it leaves your restaurant. It goes into somebody's car. You don't employ that I don't know and he drops it off for me. A lot of that personal experiences lost at and I think what you're saying about the thank you note is fantastic. That's what John said like personalized that third party experience so that there still some brand recognition in the white plastic bag that you're getting from the driver. I think that's going to be really really important. And it's a great place to promote your brand. Do you know we have a coupon or an hour. Doing family packs or just the person is no is so important and I know to me that would be much much more interested in ordering from not brand again. I mean that's that's the essence of digital hospitality. I mean that's the the blending of both worlds is understanding that there's a digital side and then there's a hospital so there's a in real life side. Somebody Kraft Barbecue. We took the time to do that. But if we take that extra step and that extra step of thank you card or a newsletter yet. It's extra work but we do that. Work anyways in our restaurant now. All this food is going out of our restaurant. Why can't we do that for every single order? That goes I we can. We can and we will and the restaurants that do decide to do that the brands to do decide to do that. I think they they will win. Tell tell people that don't know what it goes. Kitchen knows so interesting. And if you look on linked in new kind of Kennedy's some research on ghost kitchens. They are they you know. Within the last couple of years they became very very popular Within the last couple months I would say they tripled their popularity accidents old friends Lounge launch virtual coasts kitchen brands. So goes kitchen is just. It's a facility that exists. It could be in a business park. It could be anywhere could have multiple brands existing under one place. But it goes kitchen is just a production facility for your brandon for your food so you know a lot of table service grounds for example. You know when they were busy. They didn't typically have the resources in their kitchen kitchen size to double their load so if I brought a an online ordering and now I have a full restaurant Friday night and my kitchen is to production. You know maximum. I'm how am I going to produce on my third party? Delivery ORDERS GONNA produce my online orders so goes kitchens Came in as a way to produce. Your food manufacturing facilities really. That's what we do in restaurants right. We manufacture food. Everything sort of layered on top of that So goes kitchens enable brands to manufacture their food for third party and online orders from a centralized location utilizing less resources in terms of staff overhead costs. I mean I think they're brilliant. I've seen a couple brands in the last Couple of years that I've been working with last year with Q. That are almost primarily. I I work with brand up in. La for a short while that has thirteen locations reporting locations And there are one hundred percent virtual. You can order twelve different types of food from this particular brand. They had Chinese had Italian. They have three different kinds of pizza. New York Chicago California And it was all out of one facility so they had one set of kitchen staff that was producing twelve different types of food. Twelve different brands add online brandon. For these brands they all had their logos. They all have their own story but they were being produced out of a manufacturing facility on everything. It was ninety nine percent digital orders. And I just think there's a lot there's going to be a huge trend towards that and I think one of the most fascinating things. I don't know where I read it. Probably some industry publication. But they were talking about the third party delivery. Apps going to these ghosts kitchens and giving them the analytics of saying. Hey I know you're a Chinese concept but in this in this delivery radius the search term for chicken wings is the number one thing that people are searching for so they're using those analytics to help them actually partnered with them saying. Hey can you. Can you do chicken wings for a concept now all of a sudden it's a different revenue stream? They're doing chicken wings and they're doing that separate brand. That's doing the Chinese food crazy. It's isn't that interesting. There's actually a couple of brands that have pivoted and not the last few months I'm a big Fan of Tokai organic. I think their food's delicious and they recently launched a Burrito brand. That is a separate brand. But it's being produced currently out of there to buy a kitchen so you can order to different brands out of that kitchen because they were able to uh segment their larger menu and then make some changes from a culinary standpoint. Come up with this. Great burritos logos brand Absolute brands which has doghouse and love Doghouse. They've recently taken a couple of their menu items and launched those into separate brands. That are still being produced out of their dog. Doghouse facilities so they have Their chicken sandwich was really really popular. Great Chicken there so they started doing a chicken brown doubted that. So I think what you're also gonNA see is brands. That are taking their menu. Segmenting it and creating an entire brand around some of their most popular items will now. I have two different browns or from because maybe some days I'm not gonna go onto ubereats and feel like dogs burgers Ma'am and say. I want some great chicken and dog houses. One Great Chicken Sandwich is not gonNA pop up as my option. Because that's not what they're tagged as but their chicken brand is will now. I have to transit or selling. Priscilla at enables their Franchisees to increase their revenue I think a lot of I mean that's just in the last month that I've seen to here in southern California do that. I think that's going to be a trend that continues tops by being the so fascinating to me and that's not even getting to the next step. Which is the voice technology which has voice voice enabled technology? It's coming whether anyone wants to talk about it or not. We all know my son goes just last night he goes he goes dad. Alexis not listening. Rex's about listening as what do you meet? Alexis Bob I want. Gummy bears have Alexa play. Gummy bears so he he's a DJ and he's telling him what he wants to play. He's playing it for his his daughter so he's got his daughter his his sister so they can dance but like he's going to go Alexa. I want pizza and Alexis GonNa Impeach Alexa. I want barbecue and Alexis GonNa pull up barbecue. And if and if we're not putting ourselves in position to understand that in our local area when somebody orders from a device in their house or on their car or through Syria or however it happens at food. It isn't gonNA come to them. Then we're going to be in a position where it's like. Well guess what your location location location that we talked about before all that money. You're paying your commercial real estate or that is going to not be the issue. The issue is that you are not in the real estate of the Internet. If you're still stayed thin there's a big problem so That acute you know. We're very very focused. A lot of PEO s browns. Do they try and do everything right? They try and have a loyalty component. They try and have gift cards. They try and be an inventory system. I mean we are focused on being a digital ordering platform. And I would say that we're not even really a PO S. company because you could utilize our product across your brand and not ever have a single terminal or definitely not a back office server in your restaurant right. We are digital commerce platform ordering engine so to that point. That's what we focused on. From a development standpoint and voice is something that we're really heavily focused on right now As one of the things that we can create into a product. That's going to matter because we think that sorta agreeing absolutely. It's already here. It's already here across so many different channels. We all talk to Alexa. I think fifty years ago if somebody popped into nowadays sauce talking to these little round circles in our house that we're very very useful and helpful to us. They would think we are all crazy but we do. I haven't So wasted arena. Something that we're looking do in the future. We think that developing a really strong kitchen management system is going to be important that aggregates all of your orders across your army. Channel Modalities. There's just certain things that we focus on as a company and it's all about taking payment taking orders producing orders and facilitating production of your food. So that's something that I think is really exciting. We love talking about waste ordering because I absolutely agree with you. I think that is coming next And it's already here to a certain degree. Tgi Fridays has a really neat integration. With Alexa. They do some voice ordering stock at the table service level. I think quick service BROWNS are a little bit. Slow to adopt. But that's coming next you why. Why was the leadership at q? Beyond something that was compelling for you Well I have to say and I'll utilize this this crisis as an example They're just from our board of directors you know from our investors that we Have Supporting US down to my executive leadership team We're incredibly human and there is a like you said. Hospitality is about humanity. It's not about just technology. It's not about a bunch of robots in the kitchen and taking orders on your phone. You know It's a very very human business and my executive leadership are some of the smartest. I've ever seen in the business. We have incredible necks of hardcore restaurant. Dna and a lot of tech DNA. We have people that are bringing in a fresh perspective that have some really really deep deep technological prowess and then we have people in the company that have been in the business like myself their entire career you know my vp of Sales Robert Peterson. He was the third or fourth higher and he led the national sales team and worked with them. Saw them through a lot of their success. He was compelled. We're on we're on a pilgrimage. Eq- compelled he heard the story. He came over. We have reps that it worked for Aloha for twenty one years at the national sales over. They heard our story. They came over I. I was in the same boat They are thoughtful. They ARE SMART. They are disruptive and not looking to emulate. What's already been done but to do things differently. And for me that was just such a compelling story but at the end of day there human the way. They've treated our staff the way that we've tried to do things that helping our and talk about that later. Industry-wide will be the first responders an order up Just speaks a lot to people in the humanity of the company and I could not be more proud to work for this company than I am now during this crisis by To saying that because I think that that does get whenever you start talking about digital whenever you start talking about tech the biggest fear that people have is automation. And how are we getting rid of people when you know the companies that will win on the tech side on the hospitality side on the digital side? They're the ones that are going to be the most human and I know that. Sounds like a contradictory statement. But it really isn't the the people that are willing to show their leadership through crisis through the good times and the bad times that show that there's behind this company that there's actual people that are very thoughtful better making conscious decisions to make the biggest impact they can not just on the industry but just as how are we going to help. Connect people in a way. That's for good. You know in a way that for good is something that it. It's it sounds it sounds cliche to say. Oh it's a great that I can just order something. All of a my pizza gets delivered or my. You know my sandwich because it actually. It's very helpful. It's very helpful for my wife when she's had a long day. It's very helpful for me. If I've had a long day we have time to cook dinner. It was like this is kind of something that this is the next wave of how we will purchase things in the future. It already is here. It's not the next wave. It's here. This is happening and people that don't understand that need to understand it pretty quick because it's happening in their own house you don't if they don't say that it's happening in their own house. If they told that they're not ordering from Amazon prime their wife is under their kids. Aren't you know it's It's an unfortunate reality that that people are going to have to face I would love for you to tell us about the first responders pro now and I'm really really excited to partner with Kelly Comfort on it. I think it's GonNa be amazing You know so. Let's let's back up a few weeks ago..

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