26 Burst results for "Kiefer"
"kiefer" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"I saw him. He was going to be on this podcast for no matter. What after buds. I was watching them doing knowing. You'd be so excited. And then i ran into him after the race at buds just happened to run into him. So i'm like. Oh yeah you're on this week like you're on wrinkles get ready for the first time you met him as well. Yeah yeah i'll come away just like oh my god. The guy was awesome. Yeah yeah and then the whole time. I'm just like what is kiefer's deal with this guy like. What is the deal here. Just so you know he said you tell you in between motos. So that's cool support. Yeah i mean. We named our dog rankles for about a month just because we. The names added oreo. Oreo would become and he didn't know what the fuck is name was. He's like oreo rentals. What's my name. He's very confused. Yeah rentals that is a unique name growing up. How was it. Were you the source of like people call crinkles or like i mean. I don't know what was it. Like growing up with the last name wrinkles now. It wasn't too bad. Of course i'd get the occasional like wrinkles wrinkles like that. I think i got a rumpelstiltskin. One time i was already good. That's good i. I couldn't even get mad about that. When i gave him props. That's good i agree. You can't even well. That's that's that's awesome man. Well hey thank you for the time on the show keefer any other questions for uncles or you know no questions just proud of you. Dude and Stay humble the way you are and team kiefer over here in the hijaz we we love it. We love to see the progress and lipsey. Do good thank you. I appreciate it guys. I'll keep working hard wrinkles. What about what about this. Can you get back to kelly this winter with your guy and go key. Do we know we have any plans to early Yeah it's it's too early. But i mean if i can get awesome does does the way did we do have a chick. I just stick to moto. I don't really go in there. We can't rankles what's home life like no no chick. So that's that's probably why. I'm working so hard this year at race. Yeah that's probably a good thing for sure right. Listen if it wasn't for chris kiefer the world might not know that much about rankles but now we do and and you're crushing it man. Four straight motos on the points. Like i said in tenant buds and and doing well. I'm really stoked for your family and friends at buds to be that happy for you you know. That's that's got to be an awesome feeling after grinding it out as a privateer for so long so yemen man thanks Thanks for doing this. Yeah thank thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. I definitely been a goal that get on here. So it's it's been cool awesome. Thanks kiefer for for calling in as well. Yeah for including me. See you guys talking to you all right you..
Team USA Wins 10 Medals on Day 2 of Tokyo Olympics
"A medal on day one of the Olympics, American athletes pulled in their fair share on Day two of competition in Tokyo. The U. S was held off the medal count in Day one of Olympic action for the first time since 1972 Team USA got back on track on Day two, with American athletes collecting 10 medals overall with four golds in swimming chase, Kalish took gold and Jay Litherland took silver in the gruelling 400 m individual medley. William Shatner took gold in the 10 M air rifle competition and two women made US Olympic history collecting gold medals. Foil fencing and taekwondo. Lee Kiefer took the top spot in foil fencing in anesthesia. Zoltek was golden in taekwondo. Ryan, Bayer
"kiefer" Discussed on Channel 33
"Back to my previous comment everyone was so scared about what could happen to them And i think that is that's reflective of number of things one it's reflective of i think the the bullying some of the bullying nature of of showers actions in the past. You know he. He has gone after people in he has six his followers on people alison roman is sort of the classic example. The new york times food columnist so most. But it's also it's also reflective of this moment in media where people are worried about getting cancelled Getting tired of the work cancel. But i don't know what else what other turn to us. But i think generally The feeling is i. I don't know how much longer we can go on when writers academics. A teacher's public figures are all walking on eggshells for everything they do. Because they worry that a a a person maybe not necessarily a sharp but some unlike you shar mike come along and you know misconstrued something they say and use it as a bludgeon to get them you know cancelled or fired or or impugn their their their character so to get back to your budget. I have not somebody that just blew me off. The really challenging part is story. Was that i talked to all the right people and so few of them could could summon the courage to go on the record and i understand why and i went back to them repeatedly being like look. It's really important for this story to have the impact and he was many people as we can go on the record. I know it's frightening. Let's all just hold hands and jump off the cliff together. I promise you. I'm not gonna burn you. And some of them did. But i was disappointed in a number of people. I don't really want to share their names but that that was that was the most disappointing element of it does. It's sort of a sad state of affairs when everyone is is so scared of these online Twitter mobs coming after them. And i think that's a sign of sort of a sickness in the online culture that i hope corrects itself at some point. All right this is why. The last one peter we always ask us on a scale of one to ten ten being. I just wrote my own version of marc lieb vich piece about mike allen and politico and one being. I went to ralph's in l. a. And hit every issue the magazine. I could find your the checkout aisles. How do you feel the story came out. I i honestly. I think this is. I never been prouder apiece published. This one so. I'm gonna go nine and a half ten. I'd like to think i could do something better down the road. I don't know. I haven't might pass so i i'm hesitant sake ten But based upon the outpouring of congratulations and support I'm feeling like this for me. It was a real personal triumph. And so i'm i'm gonna i'm gonna go. You know nine hundred ten. Currently with the caveat being. I'm not ruling out another one of the future. Peter keefer historic curious rise of twitter powerbroker. You charlene online now in print form in a couple of days. Peter thanks so much for coming on the press box guys. Thanks so much rather me all ever. David shoemaker guesses. These strange pun headline delayed react. David still david is mondays. Headline about the closure of north carolina. Rug factory was the silence of the looms. we got votes for cutting the rugs Oh that's good very good. Also end of an area like area rug pretty funny. Today's headline comes from mr paul feinstein. It's in the new york times. It's about a new mini trend. David a very immersive multimedia exhibits a vincent. Van gogh's work so you're not just looking at van gogh paintings on a wall. You're walking into a room with a soundtrack an animated projections. And it's really. It's almost like going to the i. Max now to help you. Really get into vincent van gogh. One new york museum is even thinking about putting in an absent bar. An absent far absent is going to be your key word here. What was the new york times as strain punt headline at like the absence minded professor. What i'm like. Okay you've got you've got the rabbs minded okay. What what what does what other. What other absence at phrases could we play. No leave of absence. A- adults no absence makes the heart grow fonder. Okay so here. We go avs Absence makes the ear so heart grow absent. Made what are you waiting at. Makes them art. Art grow fonder would absent. Make the art grow fonder. Wow terrific richard. That's really really good plan headline he. Is david shoemaker. I'm brian curtis production. Badging by erica. Service we are back more. Lukewarm takes about the media. Cnn david bryant..
"kiefer" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"And and so the people who see that in like O'Hare when this is like a drug, you know, somebody's buying drugs in this area. The Candyman was a black Artisan who the turn of the century fell in love with the white woman gets her pregnant and is brutally murdered and part of his murder is he's covered in Honey and then they dump he's on him. So it's horrible. So we that's what the real that was the real Candy Man. Well when you say real Jackie, I don't know. This is probably sorry. Okay, this is this is based on some horror horrible real thing that happened to someone black. The early during the century know as far as I know. No, it's based. So it's based on Clyde Burger story. Of course in Clive Barker. Sorry, it's set in England and I don't think he's black I think by setting in Chicago and and they may decisions about sort of like yeah, which makes sense. And and so but unfortunately he has become a legend and in doing so he sort of exists in this like dead. Oh, there are alternate reality where like, he's an urban legend that it can be summoned and you don't want to do it. You can some in the mirror of a jack and you're getting a lot more than you expect is the Candyman the one that gets summoned fact. I've heard the jokes. I've heard that the the references that sort of like, yeah. So he's the one where if you say his name in the mirror, so yeah, and it looks like Tony Todd is in the new Candyman. So I'm hoping that means he plays Candyman song is like, oh, you know, he plays like somebody else and then they re Cascade which would be so great if he played a psychiatrist who was like, why would you say his name? Would you like that done? You have to see it five times song. Three you have to make a commitment to someone and can't even it was it's a hook for a hand, you know, and it's not just for you know hanging up now or sure sure. It isn't just for pulling lines cuz you're a pirate contact Lee rope that is ridiculous and hilarious. Okay. Well, we are at an hour. I mean, you're more than welcome to continue telling me we have about 2 minutes. If you thought of anything you feel like you missed out on you didn't know I just want to grab somebody by the shoulders and go seriously. This was this changed my life. What did change your life? What was the change in my life? Oh my God, that's really to do God. It's not like to do bit of 58 you guys is a deep. Well, I feel like the horror movie that changed. My life was The Exorcist cuz I thought as a kid and saw it in theaters when it was re-released. Um, and I remember oh my God, cuz I'm not even I'm like, I'm Catholic and I know that stuff not real it means but like seeing it. I remember that. Just like having the same issues of like I know this isn't real but what if so, I feel like that's the excitement of where it's like, I know the Canadians not real but I'm not going to say his name in the mirror cuz I'm not an idiot on the object..
"kiefer" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"Okay, for example last season This Woman's moving back into her childhood home and she's also you know how these drawings and and memorabilia from her childhood and she had a dog. You know a invisible. It's already creeping me. Exactly. So yeah, go look at it. Those old creepy drugs. You did as a kid. You're like what the hell was I thinking so she had an imaginary friend and juror who lived in the basement behind a door? Unfortunately, she when she goes to the basement there is actually a door there and I don't need to tell you something and it's your imaginary friend and that's the first episode like that. That's not spoiling anything. Right? That's not Sports in some sort of those nice little themes of like you're you're ashamed of the world dream logic your childhood bleeding through into. Do you know your family and that kind of thing they're all but they're all different. I don't know. They're all very they're all great. So you're and Incredibly well done and just really well done. Is that what I'm hearing? Yes. What about yeah. Yeah. It's And whenever anyone talks about her I lead him right away right away from it. I've read something. I've watched something that is is ostensibly it's about ghosts and it's called ghosts and it's a six. Okay great. It is a British sitcom called ghosts and there are two seasons and they're working on a new season. And it's it's a it's on HBO Max, I believe I might yeah, I think it's on HBO bags and it is adorable and hilarious and and just it's it's essentially it's about this couple British couple inherits a mansion found. It has all the ghosts over the last ten thousand years 60,000 bullet. So there's a caveman there's an Elizabethan dude who's at his head chopped off. There is Lady button the lady of the house who killed herself. There is a a and then so what we do is the there's only it's a half an hour show. There's only two seasons. So and I think there's I don't know. Hadn't 10 episodes per season. So you're done and you're like, where's cuz by episode 3 you're totally at and and this the the modern couple who is inherited. Is I don't want to you find out like, you know, someone gets hit on the head they could see the ghosts and then and then it's just an episode of Friends. But but it's incredibly well-done. Okay, and so long but the like the, you know, the different characters there's a there's a scandalous Member of Parliament who died in the house who isn't wearing any pants entire series and so like they all are wearing what they were wearing when they died of course, right? Oh, yeah. So there's there's like a like a Boy Scout like a scout leader who took an arrow through his neck wonderful and the Beetlejuice. I feel like it Beetlejuice everyone sort of, you know, you had the Miss Argentina whose head is removed. The guy the shrunken head that kind of thing humble. Yeah, Mom has a nice sound check it out to it. Yeah. I feel like British T. To give everybody show, you know all the credit but I feel like in America because we have like, oh, you know, you're getting a certain job. Episodes sometimes they they they drag things out a little bit and British either like we're just getting into it like, you know the setup now, we're getting the fun of it or we're getting to the horror of it because you know, we don't we don't have thirteen episodes of or 20. Right? Right. It could just be six. Yeah, we have as many until we tell the story they're going to let us do them and it's but it's not going to be too many cuz they've they've already took it out the schools..
"kiefer" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"I got to help somebody react to something on the airplane. Yeah. My I always want to be a that's my goal that I've done this all sizes to be asleep before the plane takes off cuz I'm nervous. I am a nervous flyer and usually if I'm asleep when we take off I'm fine. But once I get past that it's I find them. Yeah, it's it's nice once it's up in the air. It's a bus. Yeah, and also, you know who you're already up there. So like well, I gotta let go like God does this play about financing the die is cast wage and fair enough. So did you ever the the weird that I brought up lock and key earlier because I have the only horror that I that I can do is I can read dead. Horror in comic book form not pros and that is a TV show lock and key did you end up ever seeing that one? No, I did it. I would love to I don't think I've read any horror comic books. I've never really I don't want to take any I've read, you know, a handful of graphic novels. It's just yeah, it's a medium. I haven't really delve into but I will definitely check it out. Will because there's the the imagery if it's supposed for me it gets too scary in my head. And if it's a TV show or a movie they've done a real nice job with it and thought I added too much but for some reason when it's art when it's just drawn on the paper I can go. Okay. All right, I can skim and I can come back to that if I want to see that and it's beautifully illustrated by the way, I could get some graphic novel. I think there's three or four of them and but the premise is that they go to this haunted house that has keys sitting around and some of the keys will they go into brain? And they and you can remove yeah. Yeah, that's not going to end. Well, no and why wouldn't the children tell their parents that right on that that they keep finding these keys off. It's like oh instead of dealing with this trial by my past. So I'm just going to pull it out of my brain with this key. Well again, it's that is a good idea specifically. Yeah, cuz they have grief. Yeah, and and so It that's how it begins anyway, and doesn't it always and I guess mostly for example. It's like I feel like part of the issue is like we also serve limited views of our own life. So I feel like life is hard. Like if someone were to say d o hey, Mom and Dad whoever you did a bad job. I feel like most people even if they don't aren't defensive about it. Like you see you can only see your side of an experience, you know, so it's like there might have said why did the best I absolutely could but you know, how can we meet in the middle and say and that was maybe not that good all the time and be okay with it. I think that's the goal is to is to get like we can both be those views the same thing differently and understand each other hopefully, right right and the perspective, you know, once you become an adult and you look back on your childhood that you thought was normal, you know, that everyone lived like that. There's no greater shock than realizing that it wasn't that other people didn't do whatever weird thing your family did. Yeah, and I don't know I feel like birth. Such I really criticize children in a way that likes to me like the plane thing where it's like, I don't know man. I cuz my boyfriend has a three-year-old. I'm like, he's just doing the best he can you know, like I feel like people complain about children. It's like not only it's not like you're complaining about adult where it's like, okay. Yes..
"kiefer" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"So new generation of people will know at least one Halle so we got that going price. So we have that going for us and you have a m I guessed where you ruin a horror movie for your co-host. Yes. Yeah, and it's called ruined oddly enough. Exactly. Yeah. Basically I I've always subjected my friend else. Will I be another very funny writer comedian and she hates horror movies. So I've always taken advantage of that where I could sort of tell her to happen cuz she didn't care what she was never going to see it. So yeah, welcome to my world. I'm never going back. That movie and you can ruin it for me as well. Great. So what what a great but what a great podcast so people could find that everywhere something tells me you all do how to Fun Pack is so but it's at Hailey Kiefer off for Twitter and Instagram and all the things and because what the heck I don't know. What is there let's we can talk about her. You said horror movies and horror show me. What is horror TV is there just tense is it just tense or is it a horror horror? Well, you know, I feel like there's more and more horror. I don't that sounded so bad as I came out of wash my face. There's a lot of you know, I think doing great if it was like The Haunting of Hill House, I think on Netflix people really excited about that and I feel like there's more more and more serious birth like yes, if this was the nineties would many of these shows simply be a movie. Yes, but we have we've said no movie or not the thing it's going to be TV. So for example, I'm watching Servant on Apple TV a slow-burn which some people do not like but I like like if you're going to bother to make a serious right one weird thing at episode that's fine. You know, like why why else would be doing TV other than to like sort of take our time with them, right? If it's episodic it can move a lot slower. Yeah. So is it the one weird thing? Cuz I I just did an episode with Mike Drucker about weird horror video games and he said everything looks super normal, but there's one thing that's off. Yeah, and that's what and that's what it makes it creepy. I think that's a good point. Like I think in order. Well, I don't know cuz then it's like you have shows like, you know the walking dead but it's like I wouldn't consider that horror. It's a horrifying situation is more of a drama there's action in it via the hoary. I guess you sort of do have to make it close to reality or some semblance of reality or else that it's like going to become sci-fi or that it becomes some other genre off. Yeah, but I think like in servant for example, they're just you know, your regular incredibly wealthy New York couple cuz you can't see so with a regular crappy apartment. You've got to have some with a brownstone home watching television. And unfortunately, I well I don't want to spoil anything but they've hired a nanny and the nanny has some sort of Supernatural or paranormal ability. But because the couple is such a shutdown pair like a white couple they can't make her never be an honest discussion about what's going on between anybody so that's very interesting. So you're playing like do you have the choice to key elements? And then also the psychological like if you someone would just be honest with each other maybe we could figure this out but we can't do it. We simply you know, that's interesting because that's what I've always felt about like sitcom. Whereas you're just like, I mean, I think it's a lot harder to write..
"kiefer" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"To the Dork Forest the websites Jackie kashian, the Dork Forest, if you like a determiner, let's do the credits Patrick Brady is going to fix this audio and video film else works on Jackie kashian, and my krickeberg sang the song with his wife Sarah. He composed it and he will sing his version of the Mexican hat dance at the end of this show. Thank you so much for listening to the Dark Forest. Here's the Scoop. I'm doing stand-up online. A lot of Zoom shows will eventually go back on the road sign up for my email list. It's easy to get off. It's harder to get on than it is to get off. And no harm. No foul. If ever bored Jackie case you sign up for the email list. You'll find out about my weekly Zoom shows and stand up on the road. Eventually. You may donate to the show if you would like I would like sure I would there's PayPal Jackie Jackie case and there is a PayPal button on both Dark Forest. Com and Jackie kashian wage and there's venmo if you like venmo Jackie - keishin oddly enough if you have listened to all of the shows go to dork Forest. Bandcamp.com. I think the dog has a band camp page. You can listen to a button a lot of ones that are free from pre 2009 when I started pre-recording and then there's a live episodes across a couple of bucks. So I charged a couple of bucks. There's also some stand-up there's a story album that's very exciting there. And other than that, I have a lot of merch in my garage. Feel free to order if you need it know anybody who doesn't have any CD's or the DVD and you can follow me everywhere at Jackie kashian. Let's get into the show. Hi, Jackie case should hear back area Rangers of the Dark Forest. I am in my garage and it is weirdly raining in Los Angeles since we live in a very weird area. We're happy for that rain with me Hallie Kiefer. Welcome to the program. He'll akif. Thank you so much for having me. This is a delay. Yes. So unnerving to be in LA with so much rain. It is a little spooky. Right? Right. It's it usually rains in February and we are now mid-march. So it is kind of weird this this I think will go up until April which will make it even weird. Will it make it spooky? Will it make you a horrifying? I think anything can be spooky. That's what's so great is anything can be spooky? That's hilarious. So just so everyone knows helike for its home. Like Halle Berry Kiefer like Kiefer Sutherland and all of my my fanbase Rangers know those two people so they will understand who those two people are but that's but and it's spelled that way to write thankfully. Yes, I'm saying to Jackie. Unfortunately the children don't know about those two figures not right, but then I realized that the the there's a singer from Halle and Chloe Chloe or Halle Bailey is going to be the new Little Mermaid. So I'm like, oh great..
"kiefer" Discussed on 600 WREC
"You know, I think, if if pickles and Kiefer and sauerkraut Are really, really good to help with your GI system. Then the other part of that. Did you want to use of the probiotics and pre biotics and the best source of all that fermented foods and then healthy and alive? So one of the things I recommend that people are trying to avoid things that come out of the box of wrapper where I can don't new kids. Michael Age try to eat a sensible it's possible. If you do that, like really good things in your GI system. Help. Yeah, I I've been doing a lot of Kiefer keeper is like a miracle for me. I do have keeper smoothie and I do really well with it. Where could we go to find out more about West Clinic and what you do, Dr West. So quite thanks for asking. It's West Clinic online. We've got a whole bunch of articles. Patient success Stories. Blog's information for People Blood Sugar Report. And and I love it to be able to share information. My platform is to empower people so that they make good clinical decisions. It was a pleasure. Have you on the show? Dr West? Certainly very informative. And so thank you so much for being a part of the program tonight. Thanks. Quiet. I loved it. Thank you very much Take care and on beyond zero coming up, So stay tuned for that. I'll be area on aftermath on FM, so check us out aftermath on at them and Please subscribed. Aftermath dot media That's aftermath on media $4 for the shows an archive form.
Tesla Giga Shanghai’s Model 3 production run-rate already hitting 91% of ambitious 2021 targets
"Today we're going to go through a detailed forecasts for q four delivery and production numbers for tesla. The reason we're doing this today is because we finally have critical piece of information that can help inform this forecast and that is gigafactory shanghai production numbers from the china passenger car association so earlier this week we had talked about the model three sales numbers in china for october. But we didn't yet have the production numbers those have now been released by the a and they are very strong. I think even better than the most bullish forecast that. I have seen so october production out of your factory. Shanghai was reported to be twenty two thousand nine hundred and twenty nine model threes so put the context around just how strong that number is. Let's hop into my forecasting spreadsheet. If you haven't this yet just orientate you. Each row is a different period of time and then in each group of columns here. I have production numbers so i have total production fremont production shanghai production and then i break that down to a weekly level and level those production rates on a weekly and daily level are incredibly important. Because sometimes tesla has known downtime. So looking at monthly or quarterly production doesn't really give us the full picture that weekly daily dust and then on the color scheme here gray numbers are known those have been reported by tesla or figured out by us. With high high competence. Orange numbers are also high competence but are based off of reports out of china. Blue numbers are estimates kind of fill in the between the two and then yellow. Our future forecasts are at so getting back to the shanghai numbers. Then if we look tober that twenty two thousand nine hundred twenty nine production number divided over the four point. Four weeks in october yields a weekly production rate of five thousand one hundred seventy eight model threes per week from shanghai. This is much greater than the twenty eight hundred and fifty produced each week over the course of q. Three however if we flip back to september actually got a bit of a hint. That numbers like this. Were on the way from tesla. So total september dessel only produced about twelve thousand two hundred vehicles that was actually down slightly from august and july. But what people may have missed. Is that tesla. Actually had shutdown gigafactory shanghai from september twentieth. To september thirtieth. So if you take those days out tesla actually produced about forty five hundred model threes per week in september over the two point seven production weeks where they weren't shut down so it looked like tesla's kind of leveling off production at about twelve thousand per month but actually took a huge step forward in september in terms of the production rate. We see that then continue into october and even accelerate while the monthly production takes a massive step forward from twelve thousand all the way up to almost twenty three thousand because there was no downtime in october so this production rate almost fifty two hundred per week. October has huge implications for the balance of q four if we even just extrapolate that rate tesla's at now that ends up being sixty eight thousand model threes produced from shanghai in q four their few reasons. We've seen this massive jump in production rate from shanghai first off. They've obviously just ramped up their production rate. One of the ways. They've been able to do that though is by adding another shift to shanghai. Depending on what estimate you're looking at that seems to have added about thirty to fifty percent of production hours from employees so that's filled out the production capacity and then we've also seen tesla star utilizing. The lithium iron phosphate batteries from cat l. And if they were battery constrained before this seems to have done a lot to alleviate that at this level so as far as i know there is not going to be any significant downtime in q. Four but definitely if you have any information on that let me know if there is not and we continue this rate at sixty thousand but tesla has been ramping up production from september through october. So there's no certainty that this production rate is going to hold through the rest of the quarter rather than continuing to increase. We also have a report from tasmanian today. Which has heard from a source that quote the current model three production has now surpassed fifty seven hundred units per week and quote. We've also been talking now for quite a while about how you four could be. The start of production for the shanghai made model. Y the latest. We've heard on that. Is that might actually happen in november so we could even see some production model y contributing to these keefer numbers so if we flip back to the forecasting sheet here and we look at my forecast. I'm gonna actually forecast even a little bit lower than that rumored production rate from tasmanian. I'm gonna project about a three four percent increase for the next couple of months here in shanghai. I think this is relatively conservative. But this could change. If there are periods of downtime or if the model y ramp for some reason impacts the model three production rate but i do think this is pretty reasonable and again hopefully a little bit conservative for shanghai so for november production weekly. I'm at about fifty three hundred and fifty and then for december a couple hundred more about fifty five hundred and fifty. That gets me to you again. About twenty three thousand four november and about twenty four thousand five hundred four december for total q for production out of shanghai at about seventy thousand five hundred vehicles. Now obviously that's pretty high that would be higher than tesla stated production capacity and accused three report which they listed at two hundred and fifty thousand. But we've already seen them beat that production rate throughout the entire month of october if the numbers are accurate that october production rate already analyzes to about two hundred and seventy thousand vehicles so they've already demonstrated rate above that listed capacity for what it's worth if tesla can bump that production capacity up to fifty seven hundred for november and december. That would add another couple thousand to this forecast so these numbers for shanghai have big implications for q four and for next year. But let's stick with four. Let's rounded out by looking at fremont production so that we can work into the total for kiefer and for the year in q. Three tesla produced about one hundred and forty five thousand vehicles in total. About thirty seven thousand. Five hundred of those came from shanghai so that we as a little over one hundred seven thousand two had to have come from fremont if we divide that by the thirteen point one weeks on the quarter. That's about eighty two hundred per week beyond that. We know that tessa produced just under seventeen thousand as an ex. Those obviously came from fremont that we've just over ninety thousand model y model three from fremont produced and q. Three as we get more granular. It became more speculative but based on vins and other information out there. I have estimated that cute to model production was about eleven thousand vehicles out of fremont and the q. Three was about thirty three thousand leaving the balance then for model three so q four based on the prior ramp up that we had seen from the model three. I'm estimating that tests. I can bump that model wipe production up to about fifty three thousand in q. Four so about twenty thousand more vehicles. Which if my q two and q three breakdowns are close. It'd be similar to increase that. We saw quarter to quarter there. If we look back at how the model three ramp progressed. The should be doable and q. Two twenty eighteen tessa produced about twenty eight thousand mile threes and then in q three two thousand eighteen about fifty three thousand so actually showing even a less sharp increase for model y than what we previously seen for the model three despite tesla having a lot more experience now and the model being a similar vehicle to the model three so again i think this is pretty reasonable and hopefully even bit conservative as for model three we have tended to see that production rate fall and then sort of flat line as model. Why has ramped up. I think one of the questions. There is okay that a demand thing less demand for the model three the model y ramps or is that a battery supply constraint where the model three production is held back due to batteries being shifted and being used for the monowai. I assume it's a battery supply constraint. But if it's demand i think tesla has pulled the levers here with the refresh plus q four is always seasonally stronger and as somebody that has ordered a model three this quarter and has having to wait significantly longer than i would prefer. There certainly doesn't seem to be any demand shortage. So i think the only constraint here is likely to be batteries for that reason and because we're already forecasting growth for the model y. I'm not gonna forecast much of an increase in production for the model three here. Only about one percent to about fifty eight thousand from fremont key four that puts our combined fremont model y and fremont model three at about one hundred eleven thousand for the quarter to me. That feels pretty good because again in q. Three that number was about ninety thousand but if we look back to tussled q three earnings report specifically about fremont they said quote production should reach fo capacity toward the end of this year or beginning of next year end quote. The production capacity for model three and model y out of fremont is five hundred thousand per year. So that's one hundred twenty five thousand per quarter if they didn't ninety thousand in q. Three and they're trying to target one hundred twenty five thousand production rate at the end of q. Four well if we just assume a linear ramp up throughout the quarter we can just use the midpoint of those numbers and that would give us a hundred and twelve thousand five hundred for four now on one hand. They said they hoped to reach that production rate by the end of the quarter or early in q. One but on the other hand the ninety thousand production number that we used from q. Three is the total key. Three production rate. It was probably higher towards the end of the quarter. So with all that. Said i think one hundred and eleven thousand is right in the ballpark of where tesla could end up for fremont for a wyan model. Three in q four. Oh we have left. Then as s and x tesla's the fremont capacity at ninety thousand there. That's twenty two thousand five hundred per quarter. We've also seen updates this quarter the model s. price declines the range in the model x. has been increased so even though tesla has been for the last few quarters running at about fifteen thousand per quarter for s and x and peaking at about eighteen thousand last four. I'm expecting a decent jump here from an xm. Forecasting nineteen thousand. But i do think there's potential that it could be even a bit higher. Let's just take a quick look here and then see how this all looks visually. And then we'll wrap up with the final numbers so here we have our weekly production rates. Each quarter for in blue fremont an orange shanghai and in both cases these are excluding known shutdown that we've had from corona virus or factory retooling. Whatever the case may be so for q. Three shanghai ended up excluding that final ten days at about thirty two hundred per week and here for four. We haven't projected to jump up about fifty three hundred per week but it fits pretty nicely with the linear uptrend that we have seen and again in september already tussles producing at about forty five hundred per week so it seems extremely reasonable and it's not unprecedented in the past we have seen in fremont tesla increased their production rate quarter over quarter by almost two thousand vehicles per week thousand one. We talked about before with the model three ramp up so similar thing here. Then for fremont we're going from about eighty two hundred per week in q. Three up to about ninety nine hundred per week in q four about seventeen hundred more per week but again definitely not unprecedented looking back at tesla's history are at so with all that context. We'll hop back into our spreadsheet here and all these numbers combined give me a cue for production total fremont and shanghai both of two hundred thousand five hundred and seventy eight vehicles. I know that might sound like a lot. But again tesla lists their production capacity at eight hundred and forty thousand in the q three earnings report and while the production rate doesn't necessarily equal and sawed capacity we've actually seen them exceed that installed capacity listing in shanghai in october. So if we add that two hundred thousand to what tesla's already produced so far this year that would get them to five hundred and thirty thousand vehicles produce for twenty twenty as for deliveries and whether tessa will deliver more vehicles than they produce in q four. I think there's a couple of factors there. We have really low days of inventory. So tesla's not working with a lot of stock but on the other hand that they are increasing the localization of their production which helps lower the required amount of stock. Because you just have less shipping time. So i'll have to spend a little bit more time thinking about that. I think it'll be relatively close to production and with what tesla has delivered so far year to date. They need a little over one. Hundred and eighty thousand vehicles delivered in q four to meet five hundred thousand for the year. And i think they'll exceed that by a pretty significant margin so i'll spend more time thinking about how deliveries might vary from production. But i guess for how you can put me down for two hundred thousand deliveries for key for
Creativity from Unexpected Places Week
"About those episodes. Will then talk a little bit about what's new on the ear buds blog as well as some sponsor information. First up. Are, ear buds podcast collective recommendations. This week's theme comes to us from Hannah Kiefer and is called creativity from unexpected places. Here's why Hannah chose this theme she writes. Hi My name is Hannah. Kiefer and the theme I chose is creativity from unexpected places. I chose this theme because when I'm credibly stuck sometimes, the best method for me is to choose which seems like a terrible idea and try to create something out of it and with national novel writing month just around the corner maybe somebody else will find some inspiration from listening to these out side the box ideas. Here are the episodes chosen by Hannah for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each one. The first episode of the week comes to us from somebody right this is called an unbreakable Radio Cypher and John Wilkes booth diary in Liverpool. It's twenty five minutes long. Here's the description. A murder in the aftermath of the civil war draws together a long serving five officer and a gentleman rat if you're confused by that tuned into the episode to learn more. The next episode comes to us from everything is alive and is called Lewis can of Cola. It's four minutes long. Here's the description. Lewis is a can of Generic Cola. Is Been on the shelf along while so he's had some time to think. The next episode comes to us from Supernatural Sexuality and is called not your fantasy. It's seventeen minutes long. Here's the description. Dr, seabrook receives a prank call that's more than it seems. Discusses Changing for your partners and talks to a death minitour. Thanks to the relay service. The next episode comes to us from Good Christian Fun and is called Second Service preview thirty minutes to heaven. It's fifty four minutes long. This is an in-between season's episodes. So tune in for some of the favorite moments from previous seasons by the F. Crew. The next episode and last episode of the week comes to us from never seen it and is called Shane Torres has never seen frozen. It's forty nine minutes long. Here's the description.
"Inland Lakes Wisconsin just south of the state's border with Michigan there was once a house on West Bay Lake a Victorian built in the nineteen tents, surrounded by Scrub Oak, and then northern Pines, it once held twenty rooms. The property was initially used as a rustic resort before it was renovated into a stately mansion by civil engineer and businessman Robert Lamont in nineteen sixteen. Lamont his wife Helen Gertrude would vacation there during the nineteen twenty s, and through his tenure as President Herbert hoovers secretary of Commerce during the Great Depression. The Lamont's called their home summer wind. Lamont left the President Service in nineteen, thirty, two likely withdrawing to the mansion to recuperate after an exhausting and in many ways fruitless effort to pull the United States out of its economic spiral. According to a frequently repeated legend, the couple was having dinner in the houses kitchen one night when the door to the basement shook itself. Revealing the spectral form of a man. Lamont panicked in fired two shots as the door swung shot leaving two bullet holes in the door. Perhaps it was this experience that caused the couple to flee the house. The details of when and why the Lamont sold their property are unclear. What is now is that by the time Lamont died in nineteen, forty eight summer win belong to the Keefer family who also used it as a vacation getaway. Unfortunately the Kiefer's experienced many misfortunes in summer wind, according to one story Mr Keefer passed away in less than a year after they purchased the house, leaving his wife in despair and dire financial trouble. Across the three decades, the Kiefer's haunted. The house deteriorated with neglect, and its land was eventually subdivided and offered up for sale. However many of the buyers were allegedly forced to back out the last minute because of sudden financial disasters. The unlucky house kept returning to the Kiefer's. In the early nineteen seventies, a family of eight moved into the home with the promise of renovating it. The darkness of summer wind would terrorize arnold ginger, hinshaw and their six children. Fracturing their bonds and their sense of safety forever A. Birdie was almost seven years old. She knew she was too old to be sneaking door. Parents bed anymore, even if this house was old and weird. The door's stuck so hard that she was sure that one of her older brothers must have glued them shut Bryan probably. A few hours. It would open on its own. The curtains disappeared off the walls. Windows flew open and slammed shut in the middle of the night. But she was growing up. She could deal with all this. Until, it wasn't just the House that was acting strangely. Their Father Arnold had been angrier than usual. She tried to give her allowance to see if that would cheer him up. But he only side and gone back to his organ. She hated the organ. It was big and it sounded like there was an owl, stuck inside crying out for someone to save him from the hollow tubes. Every song her father played was dark and sad. It made her think of thunderstorms and the boogie man that her brother Brian had tried to convince her was the real cause of all the trouble. But birdie new Brian, was wrong. She took Brian's dare to look under the bed, but she didn't see the monstrous. You'll allies a long toothed man with a dusty top hat. No. When she looked under the bed. She was met by the soft gaze of a woman. Her name was Mathilde and she only wanted to sit with the family at dinner because her family had gone away. birdies parents didn't like when Birdie said this, but it was true. It was important for them to know that Matilda didn't mean to impose. Birdie was glad to have mathilde with her that night. When the radiator shrieked to the wind held the sometimes invisible woman held the little girl's hand, she pushed against the heavy door that led to Birdie's parents fromm. Six lumps protruded from the sheets like old covered furniture. It was her family all safely nestled together in the same bed. Aside from her father of course, who was banging away at the Oregon downstairs. birdie crawled in alongside her siblings, asking Mathilde to watch out for them. Matilda gave a small not. Birdie closed her eyes and tried to sleep. But the organ wouldn't let her it. Screech didn't squawked and couldn't help but picture the owl with gaping wound, flapping its wings and trying to escape. Her mother ginger pulled her in tight. birdie filter is grow heavy as the tears started to dry her cheeks. She didn't want to sleep. She needed to know what would happen with the Oregon. But Matilda held her hand and sleep took her in the end. Two hands grabbed onto birdie shelters her I shot open and she screamed. In the darkness, the whites of her father's eyes glow. Is Features look bigger rounder almost like the ghost. She'd been for Halloween. Huge wide is antic keeping mouth. Birdie rubbed her eyes. He shook her a little harder than before. Ginger woke up beside her and asked what was going on. Arnold, let go birdie and clapped his hands with excitement. He found something he said. Birdie pulled the covers over her head. She wasn't interested in show and tell right now they could do that later. A rush of cold air grasp at birdies skin as her father pulled away the top sheet. But till the stood behind shelter, Birdie asked her if things would be all right, but till the sugar head gently. Birdie wasn't sure what she meant. Birdie climbed out of the big bed. Her feet clenched as they touch the floor. Everything, in the house was so cold. She turned to watch your mom. Wake up all the other kids. She didn't get why her data Wilkin her up. I. He should have gone an order then she could have slept more.
"kiefer" Discussed on KCRW
"To photograph the American landscape but he needed a job and he found one as a part time janitor with the border patrol Kiefer says at the station people caught in the desert were fingerprinted and their belongings were taken from them all the food that the migrants and asylum seekers carried in the backpack it was just being thrown in the trash Kiefer says at first border patrol agents took what was edible to local food banks everything else was discarded deeply personal belongings a Bible or a rosary a family photograph and I just you know instantly knew that this was not right Kiefer began collecting the confiscated items soaps shoes belts shoe laces bandannas and water bottles things the border patrol deemed nonessential or dangerous a toothbrush could be lethal well a hard plastic one yes they could be theoretically ground down to use as a share of the Cologne could be sprayed in the agent's face baby issue nonessential a Mickey Mouse sweatshirt nonessential that have the clothes that they're wearing so they're now incarcerated so they don't need any extra clothing Kiefer says that sinking in fury aided him the whole point is just to dehumanize and strip people of their any send scintilla of hope and humanity Kiefer couldn't give the belongings back to the migrants who moved on the best he could do was save them in boxes which eventually filled up his home and his studio as a photographer he also wanted to document his collections in my heart I felt like I was at least doing my part protecting things with dignity respect for reference his exhibition at the Skirball in LA is called swim new American all American dream in his photos are artfully arranged collections of crucifixes send hand embroidered Montez or blankets fifty two brushes in red white and blue an assemblage of rubber duckies used by immigrants to mark trails in the desert you think about the people who these items were taken from and you think we don't know what happens to any of them curator Laura Martin points out one photo of a love letter that was tucked into a pocket Bible it says Blanka I want you to know that I've loved you since I met you your beautiful eyes they hypnotize me I will always be yours you know we don't know if this was given her on the occasion of her leaving or what but I would think it would give somebody great comfort and then like what another insult and trauma for that to be taken.
Reel News: The Invisible Man
"Light and Kevin Carr is with us with a look at the new movie the invisible man so I saw the trailer Kevin it doesn't look like the old Claude rains or the more recent Kiefer Sutherland version of the invisible man story good morning Michael yes this is a brand new interpretation of the invisible man obviously based on the original idea H. G. wells original book from over a hundred years ago but like you said it's it's not exactly the same thing you get with the Claude rains version although that's probably one of my favorite ones even holds up today in this one it takes a different approach to the story where instead of it just being a person who used chemicals to turn himself invisible and go insane which is what the original story is it's about a woman who's in a toxic relationship an abusive relationship and when she tries to escape her abusive husband her diesel has been finds a way to tracker and stalker while being invisible and of course everybody else thinks she's going insane so they approach it less is a science fiction peas and more as a thriller or a horror movie and I think that's interesting because I think they give it a different angle gives a new perspective Elizabeth moss please a woman she was a really fantastic job acting and overall I I think it's good it's like I said it's it's it's a different offshoot of different way this person becomes invisible but I think it's certainly worthy of the original idea the H. G. wells had of somebody in saying who you can't see how many how many goose bumps are we giving the invisible man you know I'm surprised by one of my favorite invisible man's movies and over eighty years so I'm gonna give it four out of five stars I really enjoyed it well how many goosebumps so goose bumps I don't know I
"kiefer" Discussed on KCRW
"Sounds right here from a band by the name of lane why for any record of monster era and the lessor KCRW the sounds of Kiefer on KCRW this one off his amazing release titled super bloom on stones throw records title this one and encourage others courtesy of key for in lane while before that's with hold my hand really big fan of this brand new record from lane while to get back to James Brown with hot I need to be loved.
"kiefer" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"So I just put it in our our order for the Kiefer Sutherland al your copy to he has a Christmas album I bet she does you know what I by William Shatner before involved but keep their Sutherland Hey I was awesome and but bills singing Kiefer Sutherland is singing the Beatles it's hysterical hello well I wasn't the one of the lyrics he had some about closing your eyes drag you across the floor cross the border closure on like I need and showing up in your front step and just like starting this thing with him you know what it reminds me of member it maybe you're too young but years ago they used to have these like poets cafe places all always get up and I'm in love with the country I love all people and they all I love flowers everybody cut it with a bag the bongos did like a big deal throwback give me some LSD next to be be all set well when the other tolerate him holy cow he's horrible the trees by the forest it might see it movies what happened what others are honest and I walked by mistake once I went and I just I was laughing hysterically in people I thought they're going to kill me why the hell just happened this is art click okay you people need to get a life because this socks is what this is what it is that the thing is is it too offensive to clap I I I I I never got that far bill I don't know it was kind of like my women's studies class like just to say it came another collaboration by the way yeah now that we're talking about this and totally skipping over the headlines yeah well it's the nine o'clock hour David Hasselhoff is back he's been a rat never went away don't hassle the Hoff at a flock of seagulls remember them in their hit over there it ran okay this song who but the thing wow I add asal office in bay watch the remake bay watch which is really really bad as watching a unfortunately yes but the rocks and I I watch it just to look at Zac Efron's body because it's like incredible and the rock but he's in that the the Hoff makes an appearance he does not have a body like the rock or second from yeah yeah he's got a dead body looks good though for an older guy but you know what's awesome about him he'd knowledges that he's become like a punch line yeah without a doubt and he's made a ton of money good for him and he threw his life around whenever the hamburger incident of water on the floor is daughters videotaping it one of the first you two videos that was that was that a good fight for him but a good.
"kiefer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On tour with his band and talking a lot about his family Kiefer Sutherland is coming out plus the pop star Taylor swift posted online that losing her music to one specific person was her worst nightmare you'll hear who that is watch Taylor swift is talking about and why she can't just shake it off all that and so much more coming up on Q. live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jeanine herbs job growth rebounded in June as employers added two hundred twenty four thousand jobs that's three times more than in may and your Scott Horsley has more less was job gains were well above what most analysts had predicted and suggest a resilient U. S. economy is shrugging off concerns with ongoing trade battles trade sensitive industries such as manufacturing and transportation both showed solid job gains after being flat or down in previous months president trump cheer the eye popping jobs numbers as he boarded a helicopter for a long holiday weekend in New Jersey those were really unexpectedly good and our country continues to do really well really really well despite the strong job market trump continues to press the federal reserve for even lower interest rates unemployment inched up last month to three point seven percent as more people entered the work force covers the NPR news Washington the U. N. as calling on Venezuela to act immediately to stop what it calls grave human rights violations that are detailed in a scathing new report and here's Phillip briefs reports the U. N.'s human rights chief Michelle Bachelet visited Venezuela last month and ten back with some damning findings the report says there's been a shocking number of extrajudicial killings by the security forces that more than five thousand two hundred last year according to official Venezuelan government numbers officials from the government of president Nicolas Maduro claim these were people resisting arrest yet you investigators interviewed relatives of twenty of the dead who described how police special forces in mosques broke into their homes for swimming to strip and separated men from the family before shooting them witnesses said the priest and talk to the scene to make it look as if the victim offered resistance the brace NPR news dozens of migrants and refugees are believed to have drowned after setting off from Libya the capsizing of their boat follows an air attack on a detention center in the Libyan capital this week that left at least fifty three migrants dead or the one hundred thirty injured and here's Generac has more the U. N. office for humanitarian affairs says it is investigating reports that Libyan guards fired on my grants as they try to get to safety after an airstrike hit the hangar where they were detained does the same detention center had been hit earlier this year killing two people there were about one hundred and twenty migrants being held in the hangar when it took a direct hit in the latest attack the UN says they're still bodies buried in the rubble the death toll is likely to rise and here's Generac the drug administration is continuing to explore a number of legal options to force the inclusion of a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census this after president trump said he's considering an executive order even though the government is already started the process of printing the forms from has suggested the question might be added as an addendum to the questionnaire all three lower by the closing bell this is NPR news this is WNYC in New York on lance lucky W. 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NYC they found deteriorated lead paint and lead dust well above the city safety standards in four elementary schools in response to Congress deal we says it will not use classrooms with deteriorated lead paint this summer and that students will be moved to other locations within the same buildings federal prosecutors want to recover twelve point six billion dollars in drug money they say was generated by the Mexican drug lord known as el Chapo the US attorney's office in Brooklyn asked a judge to order what team goes month to forfeit that massive some they called it a conservative estimate of the cashews month Sinaloa cartel earns distributing cocaine heroin and marijuana in the US the oldest living American will celebrate her one hundred fourteenth birthday tomorrow in Harlem Alina Murphy was born in North Carolina in nineteen oh five and now lives in New York City the service employees International Union local eleven ninety nine is holding a celebration in her honor at the Harlem state office building this evening showers become likely early tomorrow afternoon maybe severe thunderstorms later in the afternoon and early evening the ninety tomorrow this is W. 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"kiefer" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I'm in virtually every scene for three you are every seen the writing as you're going. I'm just delivering the words of other people. Yeah, they've come up with. But it's great. I loved win those two. I'll tell you. Yeah. Yeah. I highly recommend. Yeah. You get the chance, which you haven't yet. For the show, I recommend you winning it. Did you give a speech? I did. I gave. I gave that speech. You like who you think I think my parents, and I told him I was gonna give it to them. And then it did. Okay. Yeah. Sincere. Did you keep the second cat, the second one, I have a second one way or is it when I walk into Eric Stonestreet mansion? Do I know window? I know what you do for a living when I walk into your house. That's a great question. Well, I mean. Winning trophy for what you do is slippery slope because, as you know, based on all this show that I've seen today, people desire to win Emmys, and when they don't they're not real super stoked about it. So my, my feeling is. I won this EMMY I have to display it somewhere, but not like in your face. Because if I don't, if I put it in the bathroom, the laundry room, that's disrespectful to other people that would gladly win that me like you guys. Yeah, you know. So I have it on my mantle in my on my living room. I never go into okay because it's a mentioned it is. It's not a bit who. Do you live? I might be impressed with. Oh, Kiefer Sutherland neighbor across the street. Yep. Have you been invited to parties over there? Yeah. I just was over there. He walked by my house, and we happen to be out and he was, like come by leaving town. I'm never in town combined have have a drink. So I was like, Kiefer Sutherland might you over to have a cocktail you go. Did you bring your Emmys? Yep. Well. He's got him to. Yeah. We got those the coolest thing where I live in LA is to Luca lake and it's just an old school neighborhood. But across the street from me is the original property that ROY Walt Disney owned and started selling off to finance Walt Disney studios. Anyway. Cool story. I know. Yeah, anybody else. Interesting around you. Let's see. The Disney story didn't really. It's interesting to me, because I worked for ABC who's owned by Disney and right across the street is yeah. Wow. Yeah. So any interesting people besides Kiefer Sutherland McCarthy, Steve crow oh Tricia, Heaton. Oh, Octavia Spencer. What do you want me to do you keep going? No, it's pretty pretty good. Yeah. J my neighbor. Jay Goldberg oak. Great guy. Yeah. Jane Trudy is Matt Walsh, in your Matt Welsh is in my thought so have you been over to Matt's house? No yet been invite me. But he just told me where he lives come over into your last week. He's a great guy. He's a he's a great guy. Have you guys ever had a material on modern family? Where you said we can't do that. Kyw Bosch because it's network TV. Yeah. Well, we've shot things that didn't make the cut because standards and practices probably jumped in and said, no, thank you know, at the time, yeah, it's pretty crazy. They had I can't remember the, the perspective of like how fit, but it was a flashback of me dressed full on native American crying, member, the commercial native American cried because littering it was a, you You know. know. To that. But at some point, they realize like probably shouldn't do that it got cut out the soda, did you agree? Yeah. Because everybody's gets canceled. You know, so you got to. Got a doubt of the, the, the mob the culture, you know, the when did you guys know you're successful. I would say, I knew when Ed O'Neill called me and said, if the show's not on for ten years, I don't know what the home doing in this business. I trusted he would know that. So I knew we were had a good shot..
Detroit federal judge Damon Keith dies at 96
"Detroit morning loss of one of its most respected. Jurists judge Damon Keith passed away today at his home in Detroit. He was ninety six his rulings in a string of high profile cases over three decades raised him to the status of national civil rights icon interview prior to his death with the American black journal. Judge key said his philosophy on the bench was straightforward use the law as a means for social change. And in my career, I have tried to do that. He said he also tried to treat all people fairly in the courtroom without arguing I've tried to be a bit on the vision. But now for forty years and never held any woman contempt of court, and I've never threatened to hold anyone in contempt of Kiefer's grandson of slaves, and he was the longest serving African American judge in the nation to try mayor, Mike Duggan released a statement, saying America's lost a national treasure calling judge Keith a man who has left an indelible, Mark. On the nation and the city
"kiefer" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Serves a purpose. Flex has that Netflix kids, which you know, filters all the stuff for you. Which is great. But there said they're going to do some original content, maybe for adults to get a wider range, otherwise Disney. I mean, I can see people spin and seven bucks a month. Boy, probably gonna run into is. If you're going to Hulu, Amazon, Netflix Disney and then apple wants to get in on it. And all that stuff. Then you're backup to pay. What you paid for? The good news is that it will create competition. True. And so hopefully that keeps the price down. Right. No. You have to have everything I mean, but we do. Amazon Hulu, Hulu because it has Handmaid's tale. But then we explore it and has lots of great stuff shows to the day after like new shows new runs of shows. Well, there's a NBA player that the whole commercial. We have sports Hulu has twelve. Yeah. So anyway, they're calling it the net flicks killer. We'll see Disney streaming five hundred plus movie, seventy five hundred different episodes of shows right away. When I launches vantage. The Disney has now is they own Star Wars. Yep. And they own marvel. Yeah. All the marvel movies and all the Star Wars are going to be pulled from that flicks. And go straight to Disney. Yeah. Because I like all these big shows are being canceled from Netflix like punisher daredevil marvel show my thought we're doing well things about how they get a lot of us and all that and come to find out. Disney makes sense. Makes me more mad though that when I'm like, if you're on Amazon, and you're looking at you, you go to the trouble of searching things. Oh, cool. Amazon has it. And then you go to click pay for yes. With prime. I click it. But then I get angry when I had the Bill. They got to cut that out with your paying for prime. Gimme some stuff Amazon will filter every it has everything anything you put in. But it's like oh through HBO. You can have this through and tell you that. HD than you're paying six ninety nine ridiculous. Has content to do for sure. Mrs Mazel, marvelous, MRs basil ridgeville, right? It is in the day brought twenty four from FOX. They bought that. Which I started watching because I never watched. It originally the shows. Kiefer Sutherland, the that's right. I think that maybe Amazon ha is carrying all of the downton abbey. So if you're not caught up. Hannah was like new original this ritual thing with Pete Davidson, the girlfriend. Sure Beck and so. Girlfriend Amazon original there are so many television shows and episodes of television shows we could and should be watching. It's amazing. Any of us are here right now. Kind of overwhelming DVR on demand Sundays opened my net. Flex can do it. I'm not even gonna make a dent here. I know there's pressure. We all feel it developed excuses for friends, we're dealing with debt collectors yards game of thrones. I'm a little behind. Give me a week. My wife had a dumb baby. You finish that show. Now, you have to watch this show. And then you have no learn how to read again. Strange when you get done watching an entire series. You don't know what to do with yourself? I haven't been this law since the ending of loss. Starting a new show. That's kind of like a blind date. Right. Well, my friend said you were great. This recommends a show star watching this show sucks. View your friend a little bit differently. There's a show, and I didn't give him a chance and people hate me for because apparently the most watched show in Europe. Oh, and people love it halfway I I usually have a real have to watch two or three episodes to. I mean, this is like an eight episodes thing. Father Brown utopia about it. And then when I did my own research. I couldn't believe that. It was the number one most watched show this morning show and BBC. I mean, they estimate like two hundred million people have watched it. I hated every second of it, and this church talks about my I don't think we can be friends anymore. They're tasting shows is terrible. Have good shows. They do. Brown's show. I didn't finish the first episode. This is just to. So I think I gave it a fair chance. I mentioned that to my sister recently. Oh, yeah. Somebody recommends terrible show father Brown and about getting out of her house. Get no father Brown's awesome. Everyone in the room by powder. Brown's awesome. Maybe I didn't get enough chance. Maybe you need to watch it again, just from the very beginning and go there is one person that we both know that we are not both. We all know that has never been wrong about a show that he's recommended to me. Oh, he's on our sister station biggie. Every single show going back to Dexter and breaking bad. There have been one show daredevil. I I missed on this one. But I watched episodes I loved it every single show. He's recommended has been excellent. I know he was watching. What is it called the house on haunting hill Josh sane? Yes. I can't get myself to watch. Because it looks too scary. Yeah. But it's it's different than you think. It's more the characters are awesome. Katie. You would actually later you. Yeah. Go to turn turn the monitors or whatever you have going on. It's been good recently with did recommend initially game of thrones. But then also the show berry on HP. It's tremendous various reconsider nothing like it. It's a very unique perspective on a show. Bill Hader, very fun. Because I always K. You gotta watch. You gotta watch us in I kind of know she's not going to. But I keep recommending to hear it. All right books. If y'all want to hear about some books waiting. Yeah. It's been made into a movie show. The library yesterday. What's that? Horse there. Digital library talking about. The.
"kiefer" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Finished, cottage cheeses, or or Kiefer's or G or even like rum milk. Simple to digest fish eggs to a certain extent. And no large amount of very complex difficult to digest foods, like large rib eye steak or a meal heavily Laden with cooked fats oils, and especially like red meats or things that you gotta chew. For long periods of time. I mean, frankly, I've just described as a pretty decent diet to follow like eighty percent of the time. Anyways, if you have any issues whatsoever. But that would be how you'd break fasten entering into a fast. I highly recommend the the strategy for example, used by my friend, Peter Tia, he calls it his nothing burger meaning that he will enter into a state of Kito sus, meaning shift to a carbohydrate restricted or very low carbohydrate diet leading into a fast. And then also after fast ease his way out of the fast with again switching back into a lower carbohydrate kind of Kito genyk diet approach calls that again that the nothing burger, and I really liked that approaches well because by going into Kito sister for the fast, you kind of exceleron your ability during the fast to be able to enter into cellular Tofte g and a lot of the benefits of fast more easily. And it just kind of allows you to keep your appetite satiated more easily. During that fast. So that's the way that I would do it is it okay to fast, well, breastfeeding or pregnant this is an interesting question. You know, when you look at cultures who have religious fasts frequently or at program times throughout the year. Like, the orthodox church or the Roman Catholic church or the Muslims or the Jews or anyone. Observing specific religious practice of fasting. Well, Jewish law actually exempts fasting for anyone who's helped might be even slightly harmed by then clues pregnant and nursing women. And so the pregnant nursing women in Jewish religion are exempt from fasting in Muslim cultures women who are pregnant or best breastfeeding can be a from fasting. If they feel their health or their baby's health would be negatively affected -ffected fasten. I'm not saying it is. But I'm saying that these religions all have exemptions Roman Catholics their mothers were pregnant or breastfeeding or excuse from faster absence. And they say, quote, according to need for meat Norrish -ment latter-day saints on their website. They say nursing mothers may do well to skip fasting. The by faith exempt from fasting people who are ill elderly, travelling pregnant nursing menstruating or engaged in heavy labor. The orthodox Christian church has always exempted small children, the sick, the very old and pregnant and nursing mothers from strict fasting. Now, I realize this might sound like chronological or religious snobbery to say that. Well, all these religions say that these people are exempt, maybe they figured something out at some point that we don't know. But then if you look at the studies on fasting and breastfeeding they found a number of biochemical changes in the milk, including a drop in amino acids and some beneficial proteins in response to fasting. They have done other studies that have not found that the that the children grew any differently, but they have again found in in other studies, low levels of zinc and magnesium, potassium and other nutrients in breast milk, particularly I personally think that for. For pregnant and breastfeeding women, maybe an intermittent fast would be okay here and there, but ultimately if high were ever pregnant. Actually, all the women who advise when they're pregnant they're eating like, a very west price diet and winding up having these big beautiful symmetrical wonderfully, healthy babies, grow up with big heads of hair and a full set of teeth and these women, you know, I have them eating lard and gay and a raw milk and cheese and Keefer in yogurt and organ meats and bone broth and and ferment adjust amazing assortment of food just eating and eating eating sending the body. This message that it's not a time and famine it's time to make this amazingly fat baby. Right. That by the way, that's different than sugar. Right. You wanna be with prediabetes or insulin insensitivity or insulin resistance? But I say I say the pros are are outweighed by the cons when it comes to fasting for for breastfeeding. Or for nursing, okay? Does your -bility to absorb food and suppleme-? It's increase after a fast. Well, this is something I actually discovered well bodybuilding and while racing in in ironman triathlon. There's an enzyme called glycogen synthase that's responsible for.
"kiefer" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Are we talking about the loss? Blah's Jason Patric. Never saw. Oh, my Cup Kiefer Sutherland yet gave her for look so bad ass in that movie with the spiked hair. Michael, you're one of us. Now, Michael I feel like it was a great cast the the greatest cast the history of movie making and by the way for all the way to set allows information tune into sports that are already SPN radio all throughout the day. I believe is the outsiders. The outsiders. Really good sleepers is another one where you're like you see this cast Pulp Fiction Tarantino does that we should remove tarintino movies. But yeah, the outsiders is absolutely up their loss. Boys has a good cast for the time. But you look back on it. I mean, no one knows the name Jason Patric, by the way, I saw Jason Patric at the airport last year. And I want Michael. It's better than screaming out speed two cruise control. I guess and what did he say? I'm sure it gets it all the time. Using sleepers as well as he wasn't sleepers as well. Common thread. We learned recently that billion Chris had never seen diehard, which we were amazed. Now, Billy is seen it. So that's changed. I own all five now. I bought it as a Christmas present, do you? Remember, we talked about this. Oh, we never talked about it on air because I was afraid to give it away. So I watched the first die hard with my fiance. And then we were gonna watch the remaining four because there's five diehard movies. And we started to watch the second one and something happened where we had to stop in the middle because we had to go do something. And then I watched the second one without her. And then I watched the third one fourth one in the fifth one without her, and she was not thrilled about this. Yeah. So for Christmas. I got her the five, and I said this is going to be our Christmas tradition. We're going to watch die hard when we put up a Christmas tree or on Christmas Eve, or whatever we're going to watch the diehard movies. And I gave a term we were all excited Christmas day. We started the first diehard ten minutes, and we stopped watching it. Whatever reason, and we haven't gone back since so that she liked the gift feel like she she smiled, and she didn't say this was a terrible gift but been over a month or it's been exactly a month since Christmas, and we haven't watched them. So I'm starting to think she didn't like the gift so much just what you're say wants for Christmas the diehard series guys the departed probably the best cash ever assembled. Well, hold on. I'm guessing you guys have never seen the outsiders. Right. I've seen the outsiders ROY have you seen the outsiders? I don't believe I had. Okay back. Right. I've seen it a long time ago, but outsiders like, you don't think you've seen you've seen it or you haven't seen it. Okay. Okay. Now, I think I actually did see it. But it was a long time ago. You see in this movie? It's got hall. Kevin nash. Thousand you've definitely seen the movie. Right. There's no question. I it. It course, so offended by crispy like, I'm not sure I definitely thought you definitely did if you if you saw the outsiders, you'd know, Chris, okay? I'm gonna give you the cast here. Okay. Can I guess some of them? I know wasn't Macchia win that one and Tom Cruise. Let's do let's do the Allen. Let's do. Let's do the outside is versus the departed here. Okay. You you hit on some of the names. Okay. We're forgetting the expendable 's. Oh, that's a good one. All right. So Mike is right on that. Dylan was in this movie. He was Dallas Winston Ralph Macchia was in this movie was Johnny Patrick Swayze was in the movie, it's important to note that this was at the height of Ralph Macchia mania, right?.
Christina Mendonca, Ryan Nobles And Kiefer Boulevard discussed on The KFBK Morning News
"Diabetes. And if you want to eat better and help the planet, eat less meat and sugar. That's according to a new report from a global commission of experts. The report found you should eat more, fruits and vegetables. And if more of us did about eleven. Million fewer people would die prematurely. Each year would also force farmers to find more sustainable methods of farming. The report found. All right, six forty six. Glad you're with us here as we continue on the Kathy morning news. I'm Dan Nicholson along with Gregg Fishman who's in for Christina Mendonca. Ryan nobles is here with our Catholic. Troublespot? We've an ambulance responding to a vehicle versus poll incident Kiefer boulevard at south watt avenue. We'll look at that. And the freeways to at six fifty and just ahead on KFI. We'll check your money with Kelly brothers and also coming up in the news as a government shutdown continues. How's it affecting the economy? We'll tell you what one financial adviser says coming up.
"kiefer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Correspondent Karen Keva has detail years of Republican control of the White House. The Senate and the House Democrats take control of the lower chamber of congress and Nancy Pelosi. Said to back, this Pecos gap. Lucie is a familiar face. Many of her democratic rank and file are not young diverse freshman classes as a result of the November midterms Blue Wave. That includes the youngest woman ever elected to congress. The first native American women elected to congress and the first Muslim women to serve between, Democrats and Republicans more women will be in congress than ever before in Washington. I'm Karen Kiefer Chinese space probe was made the first ever landing on the far side of the moon. The official. China's central television says the lunar explorer changing four touchdown at ten twenty six AM local time far side of the moon faces away from earth and his relatively unexplored. Well, prominent hospital in Ohio was fired a doctor after her antisemitic coming surfaced online. Sierra Crawford has details. Cleveland Clinic has cut ties with first year resident lower lob in the wake of tweets. Dating back to twenty eleven comparing Jewish people to dogs saying the holocaust was exaggerated and Costa league quitting Israel to Nazi Germany. But perhaps most startling was one where she allegedly vowed to give all Jewish people the wrong meds on purpose. The clinic says she worked there from July. To September twenty eighteen twenty she was under constant supervision. Also, added Guinness it embraces diversity across his entire healthcare system. I'm Sierra Crawford musician best known as the captain from the seventies pop duo the captain Antonio has died. Peril. Dragon died of renal failure Wednesday, reportedly this former wife and singing partner Tony to kneel by his side..
'Designated Survivor' Rescued by Netflix for Season 3
"Survivor is coming back? This is the show with Keith Kiefer Sutherland as president ABC Keefe. Keefer? Let's go ABC cancelled the show after the second season but production for season three is going to be only later this year. And it'll premiere on Netflix twenty to anybody watch that I was into a few episodes, and I I just got distracted. I never watched kind of like the sound of it submitted should get back into
'Designated Survivor' Saved! Netflix Rescues Axed Kiefer Sutherland Drama
"Me. And the good news here is that some shows that were canceled are coming back designated survivor is coming back with Kiefer Sutherland never watched it. But I heard good things about it. Used to be I think ten o'clock Tuesday nights. I forget what was on before it. But that I used to watch your they know because he would end the night see the promo for designated survivor and Netflix picked it up for third season. And I know they're like Kevin can wake cancelled the Kevin James show, and it may be picked up by somebody. They shopping it around hoping that he gets picked up every now, and then that happens every now and then taxi was on ABC for the longest time. It got picked up and went over to NBC, but they have been shows that started off on one network ended up on the other. If you could bring back show is there a show that's out there. There's not coming back. What are the shows that you hope would