17 Burst results for "John Hanke"

"john hanke" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

05:26 min | 3 months ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"But Boston has been canceled properly, Tom, grill, see of the Boston Athletes Associations that we support the very difficult decision. That the governor, the mayor and public officials, all along the marathon route made safeguard the health and safety of all participants, volunteers, fans, community members every associated with the Boston marathon every year. Quilt said the Entry Fees We refunded. Everyone who was a registered participant in the race and the BA plenty virtual Boston marathon participants will have to finish a marathon within six hours. Between September seventh and September fourteenth and provide proof of timing. I guess that will be GPS or something. To The bay, the metal and the race shirt will be awarded to finish as of the virtual race. Does Linden two thousand eighteen champion wrote in a text message runners world. It's definitely disappointing, but I'm certain the local communities along with a and John Hanke making the decision for all parties involved. She went on to say I think when Boston's ready to host the world I'll be excited to join the celebration. In absolutely incredible. Which I'm sure there are a lot of major, but also medium and Sydney smaller event providers for whom this year is going to be an end. It's going to be end up. Not Good, they're not be able to recover. Financially logistically is not going to be the same. Particularly for those who rely year on year in in the tunnel, random people people doing doing their event, but to see a big event like the Boston Marathon postponed. And then cancelled. It just shows. You know the significance of of of of the need to to cancel things you know obviously need. Otherwise. It wouldn't happen. I think part of that is also. Public perception, too, don't you? You know like there's a right time for things like this to to zoom and to be premature with. That would be exactly the more into looking for big events like Boston comrade which we're. GonNa talk about in our interview later in this show. that. The a complexity of things need to be done in advance you can't. Make quick decisions. Leave it to the last minute now and I. I don't know what. The kind of cutoff point. would be for saying. Like. If. We're GONNA, Council. We have to say by this date otherwise I. Don't know people have book, plane, flights or her people booked like. That is really with a big events. That is really difficult to get right and I'm sure..

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"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"John Hanke have a roommate who I absolutely adore. We share a bathroom and she's a moderately clean person. I don't have any complaints aside from the fact that she has to fair. It's and she bathes them in our bathtub. This wouldn't be a problem but fair have to have oatmeal bads and you we do do they do they have babs in the wild yeah on the instruction manual. Can you imagine like ferret spa that they go to a while. They're like God is oatmeal bath so nice. I'm sure there's a reason why ferrets eat oatmeal bats anyway. She doesn't always clean the tub out after their bads oatmeal dust in the bottom of the TUB and if I don't check before I shower it makes the bottom of the TUB slimy and smelling like a retirement home <music>. I'm a non confrontational person. So how do I broach this. This is a great time to take a person you adore and have a good relationship with an experiment with a little bit of conflict just a tiny bit where you say Hey Bruni couple things I do fair. It's half to take oatmeal. No no no no now first off. I love your ferrets and I love them and I love them and I and I could go that far. I want you to take care of them. MM-HMM FIRST OFF. I tolerate your favorites and I know that you of them. There's no reason to be dishonest. I know that you love your ferrets. I want them to be healthy. I want you to take care of them but when I shower after the ferrets have bathed in our only tub I often feel really gross for a variety of reasons that I would imagine you can manger as is dangerous. You got like a slippery tub is a day people people die. Absolutely it's dangerous and that's why I believe that if you've got a tub you should take a bath but not Vicky but but only there's one exception to that. There's not a lot aww bathtubs that I wouldn't take a bath in but I have to say that. If I was living in Vicki's house I would probably be a shower person dear John and Hank. I recently had to have a rib removed. Oh my surgeon let me you keep my rib. How do I appropriately artfully display my rib? Oh God flip suggested scrimshaw or that. I carve a picture onto my rib. I think I should just frame it and call it spare rib. What what are your suggestions? I don't think that you are gonNA develop the techniques necessary to scrimshaw your own rib. I don't think that I don't like for this one task unless you like want this to be something that you do more of a scrimshaw other people's ribs. I think probably you're GONNA WANNA give your rib to a professional scrimshaw art so I totally I totally agree with you. You go to the person who already has developed developed a talent for Scrim showing human ribs now now now that human rents Eddie scrimshaw at all. Don't invent the wheel on this Rachel have have you talked to your surgeon about the possibility that they might be an expert in scrimshaw young ribs. They have good fine motor skills presumably dear John and I'm going to training at work and I'm hiding in the bathroom because I just vomited in the media room. What do I thank God God? Oh God am I once was working at a nonprofit and I was just licking envelopes and stuff and stuff and stuff enough on the floor literally on the floor..

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"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"All right. We got another question, because Juliana who writes, dear John Hanke? I walk about two miles to college every morning. There are three other schools in elementary middle and high school on the way this seems like the setup for a joke, but it's not this means that I often find myself walking in the middle of a gaggle of children. I don't know. I don't mind being caught in the elementary school kid crowd because then I can blend in with the parents. However, because of when my class starts, I'm usually stuck with the middle school. Lers. I'm fairly confident twenty three year old adult but middle schoolers are terrifying. Giuliana John wire middle school so terrifying, right there with Giuliana. They are every time I've ever done an event in a middle school like walking through the halls and seeing the lockers and seeing the middle schoolers. I might breakout in a sweat, and I know that I'm an adult but the way that they are able to like casually and Cooley, just destroy me. Yeah. It's never gone away. They still have that power. I was in high school, and there was a middle score that lived on the street. And I was like, I assume that, like I will be sort of like in a social position where I will be instantly respected, because I'm like five five years older than this kid, and I like went on the street to play basketball, and he was just so me. And I was like, I hate this, and I had to, like I. Destroyed. Yeah. I was like a foot taller than this kid and everything. He came out of his mouth. Just sunk into my soul. Is cold? What is it about them? I don't know. But they have it's a quasi magical power, but the bad kind of magic. It's the they have the bad magic the that said I don't want all the middle schoolers out there to feel like they're terrible or evil or anything. No. Yeah, I guess.

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"john hanke" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"john hanke" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Be Baltimore DC airport. Sports. Doesn't have Chuck's picture on it. That's the question. All right. It'd be chuckles chuckles right like loopholes. But with a different picture, it looks like the white version of Harriet, Tubman, you never know. All right. Nice. If I let my beer, go a little darker, I could be US grant you good. It is time for historical headlines today. It's may thirty first last day of the month here on the last day of the week, and we start with the birthday challenge on this Friday may thirty-first, legendary actor Clint Eastwood celebrates a birthday today as does singer Peter, from Peter Paul, and Mary. This is I think I would go with Clint Eastwood. He's almost ninety years old. I believe that. Who'd, you say Chuck Clint Clint is eighty nine Peter's eighty one years of age today. So, yeah. Clint Eastwood, make my day on this day nineteen forty nine this former State Department official and accused spy went on trial in New York charged with perjury. Can you name this individual? When you might teen forty-nine, former State Department official accused spy, no idea. Just one just one person. One person. Jury deadlocked. But he was convicted a second trial. You know, the name soon as Alger hiss algebra, I was thinking very first. Algiers, nineteen sixty two this former Nazi official hanged in Israel a few minutes before midnight, Adolf Eichmann for his role in the he's a lot taller after that was over full cones was stretched out. On this day in two thousand and five breaking silence of thirty years. This former FBI official step forward as deep throat. Yeah. The real deep throat, Mark felt this w martinsville. Yeah. Was talking about him yesterday. And five years ago, the only American soldier held prisoner in Afghanistan freed by the Taliban, Obama exchanged five terrorists for this dude. Bob bird Bill, bergdahl bird or bird crap. Sergeant Bowe bergdahl the deserter as as. Now he's free. Free. He and John Hanke Leear in the stinking rotten read, or a started a call by. Yeah. He's a regular guest at the Obamas residents. There you go. We lost the Republican Senator Cochran yesterday passed away at the age of Eighty-one. He was a very powerful member of the Senate appropriations committee, and we also lost a singer and guitars Leon rib bone. No passed away, as I wanna be subdued. Yeah. Of course, he, they made his Percy was sort of a peripheral figure, but folksinger that kind of thing. But remember, he did the original nineteen eighty-two Budweiser commercial this bud's for you. That was only on red ball. He, he did the appeared art scape in Baltimore many years ago and thousands and thousands of people there to show say you're going to be seduced that was one of these songs I thought you were saying. Carson flag. It already. We got that one. No. Brand new bag. Wanting to be and actually being is two different things. You're right about that. And the NBA finals, the raptors in their first NBA finals series win. Game one. They beat the Golden State Warriors last night, one eighteen to one zero nine first NBA final game one in Canada. Yeah. About that outside the US you know, there was a lot of again, I guess, excitement about the Blue Jays and the maple leaves. They were all excited about them this year the NHL but it's the raptors who are bringing it home for him so far. Yeah. So that was in Toronto and game two is in Toronto that Sunday, dolphin run, Chuck. We'll see in a couple. It five twenty twenty minutes after the hour. We're talking about the president slapping emergency tariffs on Mexico. We'll get into some of the numbers already the Mexican president requesting meeting and a prominent Republican in the Senate. Not happy with the president's tariffs. You're listening to Sean and Frank Maryland's, wakeup call. I'm Andy, if you don't know me. It's probably because I'm not famous, but I did start a men's grooming company called Harry's..

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"john hanke" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"john hanke" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

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"john hanke" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"john hanke" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Corey Connors through three rounds of the PJ's, Valero Texas Open that's up and Senate, dammit. San Antonio, Texas weather once again, cloudy with occasional rain showers. Thunder possible today are high seventy two WBZ. We lead local on Jeff Atkinson WBZ news ride home with a hall of Famer. And then we'll get back to the possibility of thunderstorms Monday. Cares. Monday, Monday's, you're supposed to suck. All bad weather should fall on Mondays suck. Anyway. Suck on John Hanke today at three news talk seven Levin, fighting three WBZ. This week find great deals at Walgreens. Now, twelve pack. Coca Cola or Pepsi products are three for nine ninety nine with card. Limit three and get select Maxwell house coffee for four ninety nine with card. Get great deals on the essentials. You need right here at your neighborhood. Walgreens. Walgreens trust is nineteen one while supplies last restrictions and exclusions apply. See store for details. This week. You'll find great deals at Walgreens now wonderful pistachios in shell sixteen ounce. Five forty nine with one dollar off coupon in card Downey liquid detergent fifty-one tide liquid detergent thirty seven or forty ounce and Taipa twelve or sixteen pack to ninety five two dollar off coupon and card get great deals on the essentials. You need right here at your neighborhood. Walgreens, Walgreens, trusted since nineteen o one while supplies last restrictions and exclusions apply. See store for details. Hi, I'm Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans. Thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea. A better idea maybe to take cash out of your home with a Quicken Loans. Thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today on our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four and a half percent APR four point seven eight percent. Call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com. Rakes to change fifty percent received a call for cost information and conditions. Equal housing lender. License, and and unless number thirty thirty hear that sound that's the sound of an honor repair shop when it's network goes down. No calls. No parts ordered and no diagnostic tests performed they need a reliable network. They need Spectrum Business with over ninety nine point nine percent network reliability and the fastest internet. Starting speeds. Available Spectrum Business will keep your business sounding like this. Learn how Spectrum Business can keep your business. Running at business dot spectrum dot com. WBZ AM, Charlotte. Tell you BT FM Chester wwl N K HD two, Charlotte. Joined the Chris Farrell show already in progress. Seven thirty nine. On Sunday, April. Seventh nineteen. What's the cliche? Penny. Wise pound four something. Store here. Thanks. Hannie? Why? This is Illinois. Could've been anywhere us coins. A group of nurses in Illinois. Now, I'm this is because there's a feel-good part to this. That's why I'm including it. So we can end on a happy note, but there's a little bit in the middle here that my get me going. Group of nurses in Illinois. Posted bail. Four dad. Who was arrested while speeding his daughter to the hospital. Saying that she was choking on a coin. First thing in my mind was debtor to the hospital. Darius ankle of Centerville away says. That's my daughter. I'm not gonna let anything happen to her. Said Mr. Hanky who? Drove his daughter. Over a hundred miles an hour. According. To the arresting officer. I told us to get out and put our hands up the mother..

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"john hanke" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"john hanke" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Hancock and Kellyanne to get you through to tomorrow or you'll have Charlie Brennan back, and we'll be back with you on Friday. I happy April Fool's day. John hanke. Yeah. I just got a text message here. It said handcock. I always knew you're a rhino. We we have a little fun and overtime. Yeah. We pull the little April Fool's prank. Hope you enjoyed it. Please don't record that audio music back against us. Make sure it's properly Palu were playing the role of each other. Yeah. Have you ever pulled a April Fools prank on somebody EM when I was a kid? I used to do it to my parents all the time and that's much as an adult. I not so much either. I witnessed one that was hysterical though, as a couple of years ago is coming out of my office. And there's these two gals out on VW bug out in front of my office on the street, and they're taking post it notes, and they posted every inch of this BWI bug with post it notes, the bumpers the wheels. The the windshields the KOMO imagine being that person golfer. Well, it was April Fools. So you I guess you had a story for life. Looks like out here in the newsroom. Somebody's fixing up. Kevin clean space here with a little April. Yeah. Well, I saw somebody with a screwdriver. They were unscrewing all the bolts till just the very edgy of collapse. So good luck. Kevin. When you come in today. Speak careful out there, so April first, wow. What a fun weekend of sports. Of course, we had golf down in Austin, Texas, where Tiger Woods was in it until well Saturday morning. We have the NC double A tournament. John upsets out there. Some big upsets Duke the number one team in the tournament. Getting knocked out. We had the Saint Louis blues who have secured their playoff spot or playing tonight against the Colorado Avalanche still have a chance to be the first place. Seconds probably more likely still I guess two points behind the Nashville predators that would be important because the second and third place teams face each other in the first round. And if the blues surpass, the predators, they'll have the home ice advantage for out of the seven games played here in Saint Louis at enterprise center, and that would be that would be big, man. The cardinals kicked off their season at the end of the weekend in through the weekend. They went one and three against Milwaukee. Look at the one encouraging thing is is they are hitting. They are scoring some runs. Lots of strike outs. We'll talk about that. The starting pitching seems to have been really solid. Michael walk pitching incredible yesterday. Bullpen looking like it's going to be a problem. Could you know Indra? Miller's been in twice. He's the only left-hander we've got the bullpen. And he's the guy that's supposed to come in. And put out the fire, you know, and he's given up runs in both of his appearances. So yesterday was was troubling that way. And and cardinals are hitting. They're hitting home runs. Hit nine of them over the four days, Paul Goldschmidt, four by himself, which is for now, which would be amazing except that Christian yelich the brewers hit four over the four-game series. And that guy was a one man wrecking crew cardinals walk. It did look good yesterday. The the other starters gave up a lot of home runs and didn't get very deep into the games. So you know, it's it's early in remains to be seen. But I I guess my biggest concern too would be a lot of strikeouts, which I get it. That's baseball now but forty seven strikeouts. The cardinals over four games cardinal cardinals today on kmox. You can hear them right here at noon taking on the Pittsburgh Pirates. This'll be their second of three opening days. They anticipate in John Hancock. I don't know. How many that may be a record who knows?.

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"john hanke" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"So I don't think that they they were the ones doing this themselves to regulate basically their own structure, and because they weren't able to follow in the nineteen twenty census. They weren't able to reapportion themselves. They passed the permanent apportionment act. Excellent and nine hundred twenty nine and it took effect in forty one. Excellent time to like change, the house mid level World War like you know, what there's a log going on right now. So let's look inward and reheat organize. Let's Marie condo. Us who's bringing spur of joy. Right. So yet so that took effect in nineteen forty one and quote, it capped house membership at the level established after the nineteen ten census that's one hundred years ago. Whoa. Unquote hundred fifteen years ago, quote created. I wanna find one document one piece of parchment where some founding father was just like this is bullshit underlying underlined underline, July. That would be my greatest joy of my greatest joy, just like screw like angry stuff. You know? You know, somebody's grandchild. Like great. Great. Great. Great grandchild has some piece of paper. That's like, but could hate John Hanke. Yeah. Yeah. So it happened house membership at at the level of stablest after the nineteen ten cents and created a procedure for automatic -ly reapportion how seats after every census. Okay. Great. So it. Okay. So we have four hundred and thirty five representatives. Yes. Based off of the nineteen ten census since. Yes. The nineteen. One nine one zero nine one zero census this was even before the first World War. Why are we still doing this? Because it's I'm pretty sure just because it's called permanent apportionment like again with the title to God. I literally hermit you can't change out. Gills kitten deal with I can't deal with it. So we have four hundred I can't get thirty five because nineteen ten that was the appropriate amount for the population in nineteen ten. I know what? Right. Oh my God. It's bullshit. It's bullshit. I thanks bullshit. Me thinks me thinks while. Yep. That's crazy. Great will now that we know why we have four hundred thirty five representatives from nineteen ten. Let's talk about how many Democrats and Republicans are bopping around right now. Amazing. So right now, we have two hundred hundred five Democrats have the majority in the house, and we have one hundred ninety seven Republicans and three vacancies can seize. Yeah. Three two of them are North Carolina. Yeah. Which is very interesting. So one is North Carolina third districts the Representative passed away. Yep. Very recently case without vacancy. I get right. And then the North Carolina the second North Carolina the ninth district. So this Representative this is this is this is the shit show where they tried to steal the seat. This person's no longer running right now, he's not running any dropped out. I was and then people are like skews me. Ham off you can't do that. So they're reelecting in this year. They're like they're like doing another election that they're having another election. So for all of you North Carolina the primary is may fourteenth. Yes. Yeah. It's the primaries may fourteenth gonna be hot. There's either a runoff primary or a general election, depending on how the initial primary goes on September, tenth great. And then if it needs to have like a final final general. Yeah. That'll be November fifth, which is I decided timber on of ember. Yep. Of twenty nineteen who gets at seat. Yep. I love that yet. But then that term will still be up with the rest of the other terms. Right. And then the third one is Pennsylvania twelfth district. They resigned he resigned. Also, this is the one where I'm like this Marquez, North Carolina. He's addict he tried to steal a seat. But this guy also kinda dick like he ran got to congress these were him in. And he was like knob I ne. No, I'm not into it. And I'm good got here. And this is not what I thought it would be even though I've been here my Har, it's like when you watch America's next top model, and in the first episode some models like, you know, what this is not for me. And I'm like, what are you talking about this model?.

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"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"That's nice that leaves like a third of the page empty. What should I put in the rest of the page pumpkins and penguins? Josh burn it tear it up. Josh you considered burning your journal. No. I tell you what I would put in there. I wouldn't put in a list of like ongoing resentments like like are you start kill list? Yeah. Yeah. I don't forget about it. I don't want to forget the people who have wronged me or the other thing. I might put on there is like a list of all the things I worried about before going to sleep a catalog of this is bad the hundred or two hundred things that rifle through my head during the hour that I'm trying to fall asleep. The people I may have wrong the activities. I haven't finished the responsibilities, I've shirked, etc. Josh for an actual piece of advice. Here's what I if I had the kind of dedication to this that you seem to have I would draw a little picture in that about him third. And I'd try to maybe dry the same picture every day for a week and see if I do it differently or maybe I'll give you a prompt. It's Santa Claus die. China sor? So you're going to draw Santa Claus dinosaur everyday for a week and see all the different ways that that prompt takes you. And then the week after that I wanted to do like a rabbit smoking pipe, and I wanna see that and like show me different rabbit smoking pipes. And maybe you can I'm not saying they're going to be good is not about being good. Just like your journalism about like writing. Beautiful prose is just like, hey, I'm the throw this at future me who's going to read through these things maybe someday. And be like what was I do in January twenty nineteen. Oh, yeah. That that really super stoned rabbit. I drew. Oh, I didn't think it was that kind of pipe well on day seven you gotta mix it up. All right. Well, I've actually been reading diary recently. Dawn Powell's diary issues. This great writer, and it is really interesting to read someone's diary, it feels incredibly invasive even though Don pal has been dead for quite a while. And at the end of her life said that she wanted her diaries to be published. It still feels like, wow, I can't believe that. I am allowed to read these things about a stranger. So try to include that kind of that kind of the juicy stuff. That's my advice. Last third of the Fayed is just what other juiciest stuff of the day. Right. Yeah. Just like at the bottom third. Be like, I think this is what the. You know, people have seventy years from now will want to read about my day. I definitely think that you should assume that no one's going to read your diary because otherwise pressure. All right. The next question comes from K who writes John Hanke few weeks ago? I matched with someone on a dating app and after chatting for a bit we decided to go on a date. But shortly thereafter, I got sick. And when I told him he told me to get back to him. If I wanted to go out once I felt better. Well, it's been several weeks. And it turns out I have mono, which is why I felt so terrible this whole time, and I'll be better soon and no longer contagious. And I want to let him know. So he doesn't forget about me. But I'm worried that the connotations of the disease will. Okay. Because it's the kissing disease. Okay. I am not familiar with these connotations of mono. I have always understood it to be just a really bad viral illness that sometimes attacks your spleen, but apparently it has sexually transmitted vibes. Yeah. I'll I will. I will say that I got mono and high school completely without any fun way of contracting. It I contracted it in the normal someone spat into the air and it landed on my tongue way. Yeah. Like, you can get the common cold for making out. But you can also get it from you know, putting your hand on a gas pump..

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"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"No. And Tra warm it console tra- bar with. So apparently, this is the kingdom of tree and everything is named after tree. It's like when family has like six kids and all start with TRE. It's like, yeah. Trevor and Trent and the rest of them, right? So regatta entr alarm and Trump Trevor Trent true Armant. Got to be the third child in a family that all names their kids after like real specific sounds because then you've got to get real obscure. Yeah. And then you end up with tinted gel in the family. John, please, let's have a deer Hanke John gathering at the olive garden intend to chill. I to say that I have no interest in going to all garden in the United Kingdom would be dramatic. I can't even bring myself to go to the olive garden that's a quarter mile from my house. But as I was saying the point I was trying to make sometimes you just have to many people. And so you just like. Sometimes it's just arbitrary, and it's not about you. But here's what I would say is if you're coming back, and you're going to reintegrate with an old friend group, and you want to hang out with your friends. Maybe the best way to do that is to reach to one of them. Specifically and say, hey, I want to hang out just the two of us. And then that person will become your your spokesperson, the friend group potential. I think that's a little bit conniving. I think that you could just text with your friends and say I want to hang out and not not necessarily specify that. It's just the two of us. But just by saying I wanna hang out. It helps to know though. Yeah. Yeah. I wanna hang out with you too. I miss you. And and try to take the initiative, and that is something that in general with friendships and with like social. Existence that it when you are young when you're like high school age, it's almost like no one ever does that like the the social experiences just happened somehow. But then once you're once you get into your twenties you have to like make it happen. You have to work for it in order to get people together and have a good time. And it doesn't feel as natural. But it is important. Yeah. It's good practice for the future. Anyway, I don't think that you should take this super personally, I know that that's hard rang tickly. But it's one of those situations that ninety nine percent of the time. It's not about you. Yep. Of course, one percent of the time. It is you olive garden was founded Italy. I'm just going to say Italy in Orlando, Florida. Of course, it was we when we were two and five respectively like just after you and. Lando. I garden with founded I'm older than all garden, you're older than garden. Congratulations. I definitely feel like olive garden has existed my whole life. But I guess that's because it started in Orlando the same place I started. All right. If we have another question, this comes from nNcholas rights, John Hanke, a computer science student and soon the time will come for me to decide what part of my field to focus on obviously the coolest part of computers right now is artificial intelligence. But I'm worried about how this will impact my status in the coming robot apocalypse following the takeover from our mechanical overlords. Do you think the robot people will have a sort of religious reverence and respect for me as a kind of life giving entity or do you think the robots will vilify me for dragging them into this world, any guidance for my future in programming is appreciated trapped in a cage, nNcholas, oh, I had not thought of whether the artificial intelligence will resent us for making them exist in. In this world. Yeah..

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"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"And finally this podcast is brought to you by ferret oatmeal bath, that's the question. We haven't answered it. We didn't get through many questions. Well, we still have time. Let's get right to the ferret oatmeal question. This one comes from Vicky who writes, John Hanke have a roommate who I absolutely adore that sentence makes the rest of the question kind of make sense, but only a little bit. So let's bear in mind throughout the rest of the question that Vicky for whatever reason completely adores, this roommate we share a bathroom, and she's a moderately clean person. I don't have any complaints aside from the fact that she has to fair it's and she bathes them in our bathtub. This wouldn't be a problem but fair have to have oatmeal bads, and they did they. Do they have real bands in the wild like on the instruction manual? Can you imagine like the ferret spa that they go like in the wild where they're like? God this oatmeal baths. Oh nice. I'm sure there's a reason why ferrets meal, anyway, she doesn't always clean the tub out after their bads that that is a crisis oatmeal dust in the bottom of the tub. And if I don't check before I shower, it makes the bottom of the tub slimy and smelling like a retirement home. I'm non confrontational person yet. No Vicky we gathered that so how do I broach? This do I obsessively cleaned the top every time, I shower do I request a schedule of her favorite bathing. And he do advices. Welcome thani. The Vicki your Yuri, you got to you got to this is a great time to take a person you adore and have a good relationship with an experiment with a little bit of conflict just a tiny bit. Where you say, hey, roomy couple things. I do fair it's half to take oatmeal. No, no, no. No, no. I I love your favorites. And I love them. And I love them when I on them, and I could go that far I want you to take care of them. First off I tolerate your favorites. And I know that you of them no reason to be dishonest. I know that you of your favorites. I want them to be healthy. I want you to take great care of them. But when I shower after the fair, it's of bathed in our only tub. I often feel really gross for a variety of reasons that I would imagine you can major it's dangerous. You got to like a slippery tub is people die. Absolutely. It's dangerous. That's why I believe that. If you've got a tub, you should take a bath. But not Vicky. But but only there's one exception to that. There's not a lot of bad stoves that I wouldn't take a bath in. But I have to say that if I was living in Vicki's house. I would probably be a shower person. Yeah. You just going to have to have a small confrontation. Because really what you're looking for. Here is not a huge shift in behavior you're looking for. Hey, after the ferrets get out of the tub, can you wipe it down really carefully because you just put to fair it's inside of our only shower container. And if they react negatively to that. Then I can't imagine that they will. Vicki I think gonna find you've gotta have the confrontation though, because a this is a health issue and the safety issue and be it is a big big problem. I usually try to minimize the how big a problem these things are, but this seems to me like a proper crisis. All right, John this next question comes from sage who asks deer Hanke John last week. I was doing my homework, and this person came up to me and started talking and it was a bit annoying. But I tried to be friendly handed up asking for my Snapchat. And I gave it to him. I asked if he wanted to be his friend, and I said, okay, because what else was I going to say he's been talking to me on Snapchat and wants to hang out sometime. He called me one of his best friends. He is pretty cool person. But I really don't want to be friends with them partially because he's a lot older than me. And I don't think he knows how old I am. I'm sixteen. How do I stop being friends with him? I've considered not answering texts..

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"john hanke" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"john hanke" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Six the sports leader. Yeah. We're gonna get to Jimmy Butler who I guess is going to start the season on on Wednesday night. That's. Story. The hell wants to have his negative energy around. I guess if you're good you get away with it. I understand it. But he's the best player. Yeah. But he's not make the third highest paid Wiggins in you see the numbers five hundred without him in with him. They're the best third best winning percentage in all basketball and hearkens back to you know, life's too short. I I don't know. And again, what can you get for him in return when he he should have done it on the down low? Then they could maybe something out without being blasted all over the place. And now, I don't think I'm alone in thinking this if a guy pulls a stunt like this once he could pull a stunt like this on your team to go ahead, Marcus. So you want to jump in? Then we'll get more into this. You're on Cambier. Yes. Marcus. Hey, good morning. Gary, Larry, hey, guys doing. No complaints. We're doing good. What's up? Gary I just had to ask I've seen you numerous times out at the ballpark, and we've discussed are staying at the Bill or down in Santa Barbara. Thank you. Exactly you've always been threats to Gary what the hell are those? Well, I was at my son's game. You know, those basketball shoes from when you played. I'm surprised they weren't. I think they were ponies. Yeah. You guys ever? You know, let me tell you is. I I know who you're you're nice guy. We've chatted many many times where the antennas maybe they're new. There is my point. Pick up a magazine, even a people, and you see the Hollywood celebrities. Always dress shabby shake, you don't go out. And where you want somebody say damn that guy's got so much. You don't care. What's on his M F feet? That's how we roll dairy. Are you worried sweatpants or were those slack those were sweatpants? But trust me, the jacket was worth more in your car. Did you have odor eaters in those shoes? Odor eaters. Animal day, Jerry you can't wear wear. A nice pair, look, listen three three types of shoes. You can have your son you out. You're listening. Some Nike air max is they look clean. You could go get some Adidas MD's or even a nice Sarah air force, what he needs to have somebody in the TV biz Cho's, maybe take him few shop just savvy fell ARGUS full somebody somebody to really show you where the best cheese. No, no answer. This. Always has some high level Tanis going waiting coming on Sunday. Coach let me ask you, Marcus. Will you want to be like everybody else or you wanna do your thing? Jerry. I could wear the worst of pants and shirt in the world. But if you look at my shoes, they're always perfect. I know, but but let me just ask you something. If I were a regular shoes really speak volumes about you. Go back to your party with that SI with no women within thirty miles. That's all right. We didn't need them was awesome. Mark is let me just ask yourself. Now. Really? That's a good Larry with sword fighting the other night exactly who's a gigantic sausage fest. It was. Passage fast. But don't just just say damn this guy so comfortable with himself. He wears whatever he damn well pleases. You know, what it says, Gary, I don't seem to be. Meaning you put it says who draft this guy before they brought about today when you get outta your Chevy chevette. You know, what I say don't talk down about chevette, really nice car. We can make we wanna trade. Insults. I've come back at, you know, Marcus. I gotta met my wife said jeez. What are you wear sweatpants for all the time? With a collared shirt Kerry sweats. A caller Susan anybody else where it. No. Because they didn't know guess, right? So. Be like the rest of the John John Hank just called from Sacramento. He'd like his style is very good knowledge on Hank. John Hanke, John London's Sacramento that is a very good knowledge Chunlin dominant. John, thanks. Let me just say at the end of the day. My son's holding big trophy. And you're looking at my feet. I must be doing something, right? No, I looked at your feet because people he called in and talked about it. Usually, you have you look clean, Gary usually dress, really classy, and in that picture does shoot over. But here's the point. I met my son's game. You want me to dress up? The rest of the parents, everybody is relax, relax. You want me to wear Camby are blazer. Now, you're dressed down. And you let the kids shine. Not right. You know, what Marcus Gary really needs. He needs some slides whether those you need some slides he needs some slides slides some sandals. You know, like some comfortable slides. He can look you can wear you can wear your white socks, and you can where you can have your slides and all right? You know? It's much more relaxed. Look, you rather drive a big car and have raggedy shoes are good shoes. Raggedy car. I had to make a decision. I'll tell you like this Gary your car speaks volumes. But I heard you're not in the barely no more. That's true. Yes. Everybody's gotta make fiscal decision of everybody's got a budget five sixty s Mercedes. Oh, well, that's that. He hasn't even driven yet. Thank you. Jerry. What's the trade out up from the banned from the badly? Yeah. Eight years of a trade out. How dare you know, I don't trade out because I don't want to be able to drive it when I want and Gary radnich for lease. Now. I just you guys. I Mark is what we can get you into a six month. Lease really nice. Jerry. What did you say? I'm sorry. I didn't hear you. Larry was talking over us like always. What were you doing? What are you driving right now? Two thousand eighteen Chevy Silverado. That's nice. There you go. I ran a down there. We got a Chevy is it a Tahoe. I love my ta I gotta Tahoe. My wife drives the Tahoe. It's nice with this. Go ahead. I have the two thousand eighteen pickup, Gary. Okay. Well, what are you drive? Whatever you want. I'm playing with you. But I just just the thing is when I look at a picture of a guy on the internet, man. I I can honestly say I've never gone down to look at his feet like the people here have I guess stuff up your shoe game. You really do. Okay. Well, eight three one says KT XL news plus just called and they've got another pair of your shoes there. That's our kids. Next first thing there, there you go. X t Al thank you for looking at my feet. All right. Let's get Bruce Feldman in here. And we'll big weekend. In college football, really was how about LSU Georgia. Did you see anything that came out was a phenomenal game? Harvard's got his first big win in a while. No one six in a row. You know? I'm talking about against a ranked team on national television in man, they're six and one they got Michigan state on the road. They get Penn State on the road narrows Wisconsin quarterback whole horn. What's his name Hornibrook court, whatever homeland Brooke awful, I mean, all they're pretty bad awful. They were pretty bad. All right. We will chat with Mr. college football. Nothing goes down in the sport. Unless Bruce Feldman talks about it on these sports later carry and Larry on knbr six eighty the sports leader. Hey, you've been sitting in front of that fan for a while. Now, deborah. Yeah. You wanna talk about it? Could you sure because your lips looking pretty chat that's knife on the? Well, yeah, it would be but we're in an office building. It's hard to be without.

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"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

Dear Hank and John

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

"Challenges are and and commiserate with them on those challenges and also helped them out with those challenges. But also where are the polices and times when social. Like socializing happens, you know, are there meetings that are fairly small that are also pretty relaxed and people are, you know, not just talking about work but also sort of building company culture. And can you be in those meetings? Can you like make a reason for yourself to be in a meeting like that or and also just accepting that like it's gonna take a while for you to become a part of into understand the culture and values of the place where you work, and that is just a part of being new at a place and and six months is a pretty actually pretty short time to try to get all that done in. So don't, you know, don't put too much pressure on yourself. If it doesn't feel like at the end of the six months, like you've become like an intrinsic part of the company because it does take a while your I would focus on being helpful. I think that's by far the biggest thing you can do in an internship is crushed the internship part of the internship and the interpersonal stuff should accompany that rather. Than the interpersonal stuff leading it. Right. And I think there might be sometimes a little bit too much in our minds. We think like, oh, I'm like. I'm gonna keep my job because everyone likes me, but that's not really how it works, especially sort of modern day business like you keep your job because you're doing a good job of it. All right. As this question from abbey who writes, dear John Hanke couple months ago, I got a pet frog and I named him, hey, Hank that is very sweet. Now Hank is dead. Okay, was Hank thank you by an alligator. Can we avenge him Liz there. Shoot. No, Hank dot do organ failure. And I was wondering if I should get another frog name him John, or if John would rather share his name with another animal, your favorite NCIS character, Abby that name specific office sort of lost on me ever seen the program? Yeah, that's may very well be my favorite NCIS character. I cannot really come up like a can't contra visual image of any of them. There's a man and a woman who is too old to have pigtails. It's it's the ladder. All right, here's the deal. I would love it. If you named a pet after me, it would be one of the great joys of my life to know that somewhere. There is somebody who thinks enough of my work to name their pet. After me. I don't wanna frog because I'm concerned that it will die after just two months of organ failure. Yeah, what I want is pretty simple and pretty straightforward, Abby. I want you to get a miniature horse and I want you to name it. John..

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"john hanke" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

11:37 min | 2 years ago

"john hanke" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Not telling the truth that I remembered birthday when they didn't. I am going to actually I'm going to go. I'm going to screen shot the text to my sister's proving that I remembered and the date is date. Now, they'll have the time next to the text. Right. Well, they have the date. Yes. Perfect. All right there. We all have iphones. I know. Sure. Yeah. I'm not sensitive. I am I. Following clear investor coaching Arlene Brown here with me in the studio today. All right. So. All right. So. Let's see what a what let's talk about annuities. What are you saying? Let's just to gain. I I wanna have you seen the article in digiorno of science journal science say that there's no limit to human human life span. Why? Yes. And then of course, there's this new saying that other MIT has issued a news. The big news that they have already reversed. The study reversing the age of mice. Oh, that's like oh my goodness. I was thinking they reversed the age of mice. So. Did you just about anything that that mouse is gonna die? So what's gonna do with our lifetime income happens? When somebody steps on the mouse. It's over somewhat. What negoti sorry? Go ahead. Uh-huh. So if there is no limit to life span. Yeah. And. I'm not I'm not buying the premise though. But if I go ahead, and we are reversing and there's already studies or medicine that is trying to reverse the age of aids. This is interesting. And then so now, I'm thinking, oh my goodness. And then you hear that most annuity some newest companies like Ameriprise voyeur. Why John Hanke they have sold their getting out of the annuity business. Just like some of the long term care, aren't they? Really? Yes. Now, I know that the German insurers were absolutely fit to be tied and scared to death about the annuity business because of the fact that they had the negative interest rates and they were wondering if. Yes, they're mispricing. So you think you think that's going on with some of the the the fixed index annuity the fourth issuer of fixed index annuity just sold four billion dollars worth of annuity business. Really? Yes. So think about what's gonna do. Okay. Now. Arlene, this this is mind blowing I had not seen this. So so so in essence, what you're saying the reason they're getting out of because well longevity is increasing. There's no question about it. They're actually finding ways to keep people alive a whole lot longer, and the will the live a lot of people say, well, you wanna fire on my father used to say that if I ever get that bad, you know, just Shuping guess old people don't die anymore. They just get older with a do Di come. Good night. But. They do have a will to continue on even though their health is is bad. But they would still be paying reserves her. Yeah, they still be rice. And if that's mis-priced there. So so in essence what Arlene saying is let's say that you give an insurance company. A hundred thousand dollars and at the time that they issue a product you have a ten year life expectancy, and they give you one hundred thousand you give them one hundred thousand dollars. They're going to pay you ten thousand dollars a year for ten years. That's what they're figuring out. Now, they figure a couple people will only live for two years, and they pay twenty grand out. It's over they figure that a few people are going to live eighteen years. And you know, the average between the two people that I just gave an example the one that's two years alumnus eighteen years and gets them to where they're they're. Okay. If both people two hundred thousand dollars each two hundred thousand dollars there the insurance company comes out with a prophet. But basically what Arlene saying is that in effect? If people buy the product a new at ties, and then all of a sudden, they're not living ten years or two years or eighteen years. They're living twenty years or thirty years thirty years insurance. Companies sitting there going we don't have a printing press. You know to print money for the checks. What happens? That's a really interesting premise. So if you are if you have an annuity policy, you you need to look into that. Because now I'm like Hartford has been off spin off there are fern. So come to think of that if they are selling it the old this block of business selling it to whoever. Yeah, they're getting rid of the risk off their boss, whoever. Now think about the credit quality of the new company grew point point. Yes, simply because now they've got the liability that the other company got rid of and what if it's an international company. Yeah. Well, it has degraded quality and and requirements. Reserve requirements. Yes. Are do they have reserve requirements? So in English charleen just said 'cause sometimes she'll talk over your head companies have to keep a bunch of money on the sidelines to pay claims. So they have to keep money instead of going in reinvesting all the money. They gotta keep some in in claims. Yeah. That's that's a great point. Yeah. Now what now? Well, if you are if you have a policy, then what would be the recourse of of the new company, well, guess what to increase the contract fees, and how can they legally do that? Because now they go back to the insurance commission. Well, no, not well. Good. The easiest way to do this. That's the reason why when they when you look at the policy, and it says, okay? So you think just decrease the guaranteed inch down to the guaranteed interest rate. Well, no, it's the contract fees. You do. Point four five point four or five to one point nine five. That's the range rates. Yeah. That's what they go. They are going to come back and give you. Hi. Yes. Maximum. And or because I saw this Arlene back when I was in the life insurance business we were selling life insurance policies, and and let's talk about this this morning to to a couple, and and we were talking about how. Oh, yeah. I remember the days when interest rates at the banks were sixteen percent. And I said, oh, yeah. Said we had life insurance policies and the managers are telling us to project a twelve percent interest rate. It was insane. Well, because the market interest rates were that high. This will you know, the government limits us we can't show any higher than a twelve percent rate. And we're like, we didn't know any better. Oh, okay. Hibs manager. He's telling me what to do. I know they're they're basically telling us what to sell out there in the marketplace, I'm working for a big big company investment company. And of course, what happens if the interest rates went down will they had guaranteed interest rates on the contracts for percent. That's exactly right or percent. And what happens when interest rates went below four percent. What? Now, we've got an increase the expenses because you can't lower the interest rate anymore. Even though you're only earning two percent on the money this lent back out since you can't lower it. What do you do? What's an insurance company to do increase the expenses? Now, how did you do that? Well, maybe you have it in the contract you can increase it. And if you can't increase it any more than that, you go to the insurance the ranges are. That's right. That's right. And if you can't if you're at the top of the range, then you go to the insurance Commissioner and say, hey, guys, we're going to be out of business if we don't do this. And then commissioned looks at and go. Yeah, you're going to be out of business here you've been granted the ability to increase your rates, and you know, what they it's easy because you know, what it it's. It is stipulated in the policy. That's the maximum fee. They can charge right, right? So easy, peasy Arlene. That's absolutely fascinating. That that's fascinating that that's that's what's going on. Because there's a big push right now. There was an article that I was reading in financial advising who uses annuities who's doesn't. And you don't a lot of these articles. Come from the perspective of we think people should be annuity. Ising we think people should be doing this. And you've got people in the government saying this. And and you know, what's well. Whether there were there were Evan made a good point about that. Who's one of the biggest purchases government bonds the government? Yeah. You know, who are the biggest buyers of these things, you know, the insurance companies, right? The government issues bonds the insurance companies by it, and therefore, you know, getting more business to the insurance companies only makes sense. You know that they that they would want to do to do that. What were you about Sam? Sorry. No. And then you you hear about this. This Brent, our bleeding brilliant Golders. What did you say? Those two words together. Go in congress. He won the many of them are brilliant. The band social security. No right now social security. They reading the the trustees reported probably not. Only twenty thirty four. Yeah. They would social security would only be pay could only be pay paying seventy five percent of the benefits of what's gonna do with with us. Now, we are living longer. Right. There's there's another. That's another good point. All of a sudden. Expand it and now we're living. Yeah. I mean, you got a headache. Give me a headache. Very nice. You know, I brought you on here for a little levity in the show. What did you do? Paul Winkler, you're listening. Let's let's continue the staff the break listening because they're a couple of things that are another couple of points. That are interesting regarding this that that will cover. 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"john hanke" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"john hanke" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Clothing choices out of the way. Let's talk about a seventeen year old cheerleader from Michigan is she a budding criminal or is. She just a good marketer. She wanted to be homecoming Queen and as many seventeen year cheerleaders would like to be so in order to curry favor. She brought in some pot laced brownies school, the unnamed students reportedly handed those brownies out to some football players at school innovative or felony crime net keep in mind that she could face felony charges because schools are drug free zones. And she win. That's the information. I don't have. I think she might have gotten kicked out of school. So maybe she can't be that stinks. Yeah. What do you think? Her for crime. I mean, obviously, there's some parental issues that need to be dealt with their but come on. Well, the one thing we know for sure is that she's never going to be on the United States Supreme court after this kid she could afford not those brownies in their mouth held them down tied him up, and she'd still be confirmed. You don't bring drugs to school period. Speaking of supreme court. Well, she shouldn't bring beers. I like beer beer. You should face the that's the guy that was lying, right? Dumpster cavanaugh. I never heard of. She should face. The full extent of the law here wrong wrong wrong. What is she has a clean record and has never done anything wrong before suspended for five days. I mean, you know, well that would be a longer than the FBI investigated gotten. You would never five days. Goodness, you're off on the standard memory serves. That's the standard for having pot in school. Oh, really what about the felony charges? Come on. We'll see you guys won't throw the book at anybody. These days accuser has a has a discretion here. I know this young lady, I well, let's talk about too big to fail too big to exist. Act Senator Bernie Sanders says introduce this which would cap the exposure of US financial companies to no more than three percent of gross domestic product or about five hundred eighty four billion. And why this matters by the Bill standard several banks, including Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs and J P Morgan and other companies like AIG and MetLife would need to shrink their assets or break up any chance of this moving forward in the Senate, John Hanke? No. And it's a stupid idea. I mean, look this is a this country is built on capitalism. And if you haven't checked lately, it's doing quite well right now, the last thing we need is some socialist coming in and then crippling our companies and businesses that are thriving and providing family supporting jobs for millions of Americans, bad ideas. Going anywhere. John's right. It's not going to move forward. I actually think that it's a good conversation that we're having and I'd like us to Mark the Tate, Chris my held bringing this back because when these financial companies do collapse, and they come to the government with their handout John same. We have to do it. I want to point out that this is we've literally this once ready. We're going to do it again. We've we've made it even easier for these people to get big and do things. You know, and you all are forcing everybody out of any type of social security pensions have gone away. Everybody's supposed to invest. But when these clowns go and ruin our money, we're the ones who will be left holding the bag. I I got no problem. If you go bankrupt you go bankrupt. I don't think the government should be bailing out private businesses. And I also don't think the government should be constricting or restrict. Thank god. The we did bail them out last time. Otherwise, we'd be in the midst of the great depression. I'm not so sure about that come on. You see what will how can you even say that the world almost came to an end off of these companies having unfettered access to do whatever they want with no regulation, and they did it, and they were lying, and it was all chasing, the almighty dollar, which is the true deity that runs the Republican party. Jason the dollar is what makes this economy work and a little bit of the whole system of capitalism is built on the idea that people are greedy. And and it is that process of pursuing wealth that creates a dynamism that creates a growing economy. It's what makes this country capitalism is the best economic system ever devised in the history of humankind period. The end all those books that they are those movies. They came out with though after the last economic collapse worried to bail, everybody out do you ever watch those and think oh my God. We're doing the same thing we aren't doing the same things changed. We don't learn. But it's the money is we don't mind about that. Hell we gave them a tax cut. So they can do it. Even bigger gamble. Ex. News time is eight forty seven. We'll be back with round three of OT after huge savings.

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"john hanke" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

07:48 min | 2 years ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Quality. You can be Szekely connect this to your audio setup, destroying high fidelity music. So if you've got a hype system, we have a high a high end. Let's say you have records or you have a whatever you have in a hi-fi system. It ties into that in in then what it will do is you can tie into through any of the other devices out there. He can Audie. He connects to your audio, sit up to stream high fidelity music, and it's gonna cost about two hundred bucks now. And the eco link amp will release in two thousand nineteen for three hundred. There's a new updated echo show and it's gonna have beefed up potential spl a alongside more powerful speakers than the thing I'm most excited about that I wrote about today was called the fire TV recast and what they're doing is they're dipping their toe into the DVR. You're game for those of you. That accord cutters. It works with over the air networks using an attendant will send live TV recorded shows to basically any Amazon device fire tablets, fire TV, equa show your your any mobile device. And of course you know who controls it. There's a two hundred thirty dollars version has a pair of tuners and others can retort record two hours or two shows at the same time has a five hundred gigs of storage, and then there's another one that's record seventy five hours is a two hundred eighty dollar model, and it will record a four tuner simultaneously. So this is in basically he considered anywhere in house. Does it have to set near your TV or anything it just connected to your internet? You hook it up to an antenna and you record the local television SIS us signups out. One thing I thought was very interesting was called the eco auto. And Amazon's went to put a l. e. x. in your car, even if you don't have a fancy dashboard. So it's a dungle that connects to your audio system. Most of us have a three point by mill meter, Jack, or maybe bluetooth and it uses your cell phone connection because you need internet access for this device and along with the conversational assistance at you're going to get from you-know-who. You can use eco audit for directions. Now, echo oughta isn't ready to hit the Amazon storefront yet when it does is can be fifty bucks. So it's going to be some pre release models later this year for half the price of see what happens. Then smart plugs and Amazon's found a way to connect you-know-who a. l. e. x. to pretty much any while power device using smart plugs. And of course the Amazon basic microwave that we heard about and the echo wall clock. Imagine that even an Amazon connected clock. So. This is they're just their announcements that they made today in. There's sixty other things coming. So this is big, they, they're, they're putting, you know, they have swung the bat big time, you know. So now the ball is in Google and Microsoft's core with Google home and Cortana. So it's going to be interesting to watch. It really, really is. This next article really disturbs me quite a little bit. And I think we probably shouldn't be surprised. John Hancock insurance company is going to stop offering traditional policies according to venture beat. Instead the company which is one of the oldest in largest life insurance underwriters will only sell policies that track fitness and healthy. You want an insurance policy life insurance policy with John Hancock. You're going to have certain requirements, a fitness that you have to do every single week or you become disqualified from your insurance policy. They're gonna have two types, basic vitality offering required customers to enter their fitness activity into an app or una website. They will receive gift cards and other rewards for completing goals for discount of fifteen percent on premiums, John CAC, John John afford discount of up to fifteen percent on premiums. John Hancock is often expanded insurance policy will attract healthy and fitness using a wearable device. Now, this isn't the first time they did this and remember they offered customers at twenty five dollars apple watch before if they met certain fitness goals. Now. The idea of incentivising life insurance policy holders to stay fit makes a lot of sense, but. What happens when you get hurt? What happens within you have a life event. What happens when you don't get your steps in in what? Delus- your policy. This to me is very, very scary that. In the they sell insurance. They have for many, many years where you would be required to get physical. Have your blood checked have a baseline nowhere. You're at from a health, and then they have a profile and they have a pretty good idea when you're going to die and they sell you an insurance policy such based upon your risk in the hell. Upon the time you get a life insurance policy, but now Ohno they don't care. They want you to be tied to a fitness device. Now, if you're if you know the say you're fit, let's say you're going to the gym three times a week k. or you're walking four times a week. That's all cool. Sounds good. Hey, we're going to get insurance policy. The price is going to be right. And then any hit by a car or you have something happened to your knee needs to be replaced, her hip replacement. And all of a sudden you can't get out and do what you need to do. I just don't think that. It seems like they are. If this becomes the norm. This could be really, really bad for a lot of people. For people trying to get life insurance policies and makes you wonder. So company isn't offering its customers a choice tradition. Listen to this traditional life. Insurance policies will be converted, forced conversion. Forced conversion to vitality plan starting in two thousand nineteen. Do you have any life insurance policy with John Hanke? How do you feel about your insurance policy? Let's say you're seventy five years old and you have a life insurance policy of these folks, and they're going to convert your policy and they said a a grandpa, get your butt out there and get on that treadmill or get out and walk. But if you can't, what, if you're on a Walker already. You know.

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"john hanke" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

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