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Latest Lapel Pins and Gifts From Hawaii

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 2 months ago

Latest Lapel Pins and Gifts From Hawaii

"Shot so you can see the lapel thing that I'm wearing that my buddy, I don't know him, Louis Kona, and I don't know how to say this because there's so many syllables. It's one of those beautiful Hawaiian retreats. I'm sure a slice of Paradise kill a nobody here on the team knows it either. Hence my belief that everybody around me is crazy, but me. And I'm the one I can't read it. Kill a kakua. I think it's killa kakua? Hey, Hawaii. If you're listening and help me with the pronunciation, I just want to say a big thank you. A couple months ago, I invited you to send me lapel pins from your state and on the Salem news channel where you watch this show online and I hope you do, as well as listen to us on your favorite radio station. People have been sending me lapel pins from and I like it when it's like one half is the one side is the American flag and the other side is your state pin. People have sent me pins from Wyoming, Montana, South Carolina, Florida, Ohio. I've worn them all. Well, Louis, Kona from Kona coffee sent me not only some lapel pins that aren't exactly a flag pin, but it's a beautiful Hawaiian flower. You see it online here, sailing news channel dot com. It's beautiful. And I've got it on my lapel. He also sent me some samples from Kona coffee, which is the aroma of aloha. And I like that. And he sent us some American flag watches,

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Professional Triathlete Ashley Paulson Recalls Her Toughest Moments on the Run

Ali on the Run Show

02:39 min | 11 months ago

Professional Triathlete Ashley Paulson Recalls Her Toughest Moments on the Run

"Now i feel like especially with you because you're so positive in happy and you're just as bundle of energy so obviously we hear about the highlight reel. A lot and yours is extensive between racing and personal staff. You just have this relentless positive optimism. But i want to hear about a tough time so to look back on all the races you've done. Ultras ironman marathons twenty nine. Oh twenty nine. Which ones do you remember as being really challenging for any given reason you they're all challenging in different ways obviously Just because there's a smile on my face doesn't mean not like hurting news. I was hurting from my one Because of what. I had done earlier that week But some of my struggles in races The one that really popped in my head when you said that and it was actually Quite an inspiring story for me. Now that i look back at it. It was when i was racing. Kona world championship Ironman in two thousand fifteen. I was having a miserable day. I was out there from the beginning. I got kicked in the face came out with a is that i couldn't even see Fact my coach at the time He told my husband wants he. So my is. He's like there's she's not going to finish she cannot see at all So my bike ride was really really ridiculously slow. And how might curium trained so hard. I'd actually earned my pro card at the time to race professionally. I embarrassed and Feeling horrible about where amount on the run. And i see somebody walking in front of me and The person in front of me I'm like gosh that girl. She looks like meredith kessler. But there's not a chance she's way up there she's out there and i just go back to my pity party. You know today's rough today's talks. You know telling myself how how bad everything is But still of course moving forward. And as i get closer and closer i come to find out. It was meredith kessler like one of the number one in the world at the time it was. I used to out there and she obviously started before i did so i was actually passing meredith kessler and in my mind i was like i. I'm not saying this like oh my gosh. I'd beat meredith task. No it was like. She wasn't stopping. She was having a worse day than i was. And she wasn't

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"kona" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman

We Travel There with Lee Huffman

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"kona" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman

"Were we'll go for that. So they have chocolate farms and then coffee farms are really popular as well. So you've got kona coffee which is world famous. And then you've got the kona chocolate as well so the place that i recommend for the chocolate farm tours is actually over on the hilo side. It's called love aloha end so you can think of it as aloha as how everybody says hi in hawaii and lava which is what the big island is famous for. You put those two together. You get love aloha but they do a chocolate tour over on the hilo side and it's it's a really cool experience you know hawaii. The climate and everything is pretty ideal for growing chocolate. And then they give you samples and all that fun stuff. So that's a really cool experience. The coffee farm tours are really cool as well. I'm not a coffee drinker. But i have family and friends that drink coffee and they said the kona. Coffee is just amazing. So that's back over on kona side. There's a lot of different farms that do tours greenwell farms and minet coffee company or two of the ones that do a really good job of the coffee farm tours over on the kona side. And then if you have kids one of the coolest things on the island for kids is. There's a place called the canelo octopus farm and you go in and they have live octopus. You get to interact with and you get to feed them. You get to watch them swim. You can put your hands in the tank. I had octopus wrapped his tentacles around my finger. And you can feel there's suction cups and everything in so it's something that the kids really get a kick out of. They give you a little crab leg that you get to feed them and everything and they teach you all about the to put in They're actually the smartest animal that doesn't have a backbone so they are pretty bright animals and you can get your pictures taken with him and all that kind of stuff. So that's something that the kids get a kick out of. Oh you. I know my kids would love that. They might freak out a little bit with the dysfunction cups and everything. But i know that'd be a really memorable experience for them so speaking memorable experiences with when you're in hawaii obviously i know that the food culture there is really amazing as well the really cool textures and tastes and everything. What are some of the places we should look at when we're when we're there in on the big island as far as having those local experiences. Yes so there's there's a lot of Really good local places. I mean the cuisine in general is very it says driven. You know you have a lot of the different fishes He's in the ono's and things like that And then the sauces and toppings and all that kind of stuff are made with tropical flare. So you've got pineapples mango and things like that. So you know in general. That's what you're looking at. You know lots of good restaurants in kona. I would recommend fosters kitchen which is a local restaurant they have two locations actually wanting in kona and then one up the coast a little bit in waco loa but they make everything from scratch so you know everything right down to their ketchup and mayonnaise. They make in house use all local inorganic ingredients and everything and they have a really diverse menu as well so they do all the traditional hawaii staples but then they also do southern barbecue. And just kind of stuff that you might not expect in hawaii as well. So there's something on that menu for everybody. You know no matter what you what you're into and they have a really good kids menu as well. They have a nice ocean view at their locations. So it's on the second floor of a building so you're elevated you've got a nice view of the sea and everything right out there dining room so that's a really good spot papa. Chona's in kona as well. They have really good views. They are literally right on the water as well and they have a really good menu of a lot of local hawaiian staples but in general. I think paul cables are really popular. I'm not a big poe cable. Fan myself. Because i'm not a big raw fish fan but you know for people that like raw fish. Po cables are really popular I talked to people just walking down the street. They're like where is the best place to get po- cables and so from some of my friends and stuff that have have eaten a bunch of the different ones around the island There's a place called. Powell hannah pauquet which is up by cosco and so that's typically the first stop for most people. When they come into the island they go to costco in stock up on a lot of food and stuff like that. If they're staying in like an airbnb or whatever and so you go right past pow hannah pauquet on your way to costco and so you can pick up a poe cable there. I think that's one of the great things about whether it's an airbnb or like a condo or like a timeshare or whatever having that kitchen so that we can make some food yourself save a little bit of money but still then have the extra cash from your travel budget to be able to explore a little bit on some of these experiences and trial different local foods that you wanna be able to try without kind of feeling like you're breaking your budget. Yeah exactly and that's something. I always encourage people to do. You know whenever possible is just try to get a place in the kitchen and we can talk about that a little bit later. I guess but you know there are some good places that i can recommend where you can try to get some deals on on things like that and save some money to sure. Sure so whenever. I have like a time share condo. Lotta times we like breakfast and everything like that inter unit but if you want to go out someplace and enjoy something local for for breakfast. Where would we go for that so when you go to hawaii. I always love eating aside eagles for breakfast in hawaii they do a really good job of topping them out with your local fruits. And so you get a very tropical feel able in so for those of you not familiar with an able. You have the frozen asai puree topped with granola and fruit in so in hawaii. It's a lot of your bananas obviously but then pineapple and mangoes and papayas and those kinds of tropical fruits and it just gives you a really good feel for the different kinds of fruits and stuff that you can find on the island and there are two places that do a really good job with the assad apples. one is a place called local reps. And they're right by the post office in kona than the other one is called basic cafe and they are on the drive. Which is the main tourist. Drive right there in kona. They both do a really good job with the asai bowls in that. That would be my go-to for breakfast. Nice yeah it's something like refreshing healthy. Gets you ready to rock and roll either with your bikini at the beach or get ready to go on a nice hike. Exactly so safe. I'm maybe graham with us and we're only the kids with them or we find somebody to kind of babysit the kids for for a few hours and i wanted to go out someplace. Nice.

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"kona" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman

We Travel There with Lee Huffman

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"kona" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman

"Next to him and everything's add like now be be respectful absolutely and they have signs up and everything. When you go there to about i forget what the actual distances but they have that on the signs as far as like how far away you have to stay and and all that kind of stuff. I have young kids. And i don't want them like renting up jumping out like riding a horse with no kids. Say back no and then the green sand beach is also down in the southern part of the island. It's really cool it. Is you know as a caveat. You have to have a four wheel drive. If you're gonna drive up to it otherwise there are locals that are there that will put you in the back of their pickup truck for ten or fifteen dollars or whatever and and take you there kind of as a little offer. Taxi kinda deal but otherwise it's a it's a pretty good hike too if you wanna walk it and it is indirect sunlight so i don't you know unless you're have a lot of water in pretty said i don't really recommend trying to hike it but if you have a four wheel drive you know you can get there otherwise i would take the one of the locals offers on a ride up. There are the sounds good. You know the name of that one papa kayla okay. I'm i'm talking the spelling of these. Well them in the show notes on the map and everything like that so that way. Well let's take a step back because obviously when people think of why it's all about beaches and hanging out and everything like that. But i think that there's so much more to learn about the island and everything but the first you mentioned earlier about getting chewed island. That's generally you're gonna fly into kona but there's also the hilo airport to right so there's two different options if you're gonna be flying safe from like the west coast or different part of the us over to to the big island right. There are most of the flights. do come into kona. And that's where most of the people will end up flying into. The advanced to the hilo side is that it is closer to the national park. And so if you're coming there specifically for the purpose of going to hawaii volcanoes national park and you wanna stay closer to that side. I would recommend finding the hilo if that's your primary focus but for most people that want to get you know whole overview of the whole island. I would definitely recommend flying into kona and service really well directly into kona from several cities on the west coast delta flies in their united flies in their american alaskan and south west actually just at flights as well and so you know any of the western cities san francisco l. a. Seattle portland san diego. You can all fly directly straight into kona fantastic. Yeah i love. The south west did that. I've had the southwest companion pass since two thousand seven. So i have a reason to use it alluvia absolutely right on your mentioned earlier that you should get a rental car because it pretty much the way that island The way i what i've take of it is that it's big enough where you want to have to have your own car. You not be getting an uber or shuttles or whatever else like that the entire trip so get your car and then that we drive around and be on your own schedule correct. Yeah absolutely if you don't have a car you're just gonna miss out on so much that it offers It is a pretty remote areas amid is a lot of off the beaten path kind of things. And if you're trying to do that on an uber or public transportation it's going to be very difficult to impossible and so definitely recommend the car a lot of people like renting jeeps. You know the four by four. It's not a hundred percent necessary. You know you can get by with a car But if you do have a jeep skinny give you a little bit more of that clearance so that you can hit some of those more off roading type places okay cool. That sounds pretty awesome. Well let's talk about some of the other things we should do while were there. Because i know there's like we talked about. There's an abundance of things to do beyond the beach and see you go there for like a week obviously spent a couple of days on the beach relaxed. Chill-out hit the water. And everything else like that. But there's like so much more we should be doing when we hit the big island. Yeah there is. I mean you can do just about anything. Obviously your your water activities kayaking. Snorkeling waterfalls are really big There's some botanical gardens You can go zip. Lining take a helicopter tour. But you know some of the things that i really like our stuff that unique to the big island. And maybe the most favorite thing i've ever done on the big island is go stargazing and you might kinda say wait what stargazing and hawaii. You don't really think about that but you know wear hawaii is located. It's the most remote island chain in the world and so if you look at a map it is literally ocean all the way around for forever. People don't realize just how remote it is and so that location mixed with the fact that you've got these two huge mountains in the middle of the island and very very little light. Pollution makes it one of the most ideal if not the most ideal place. In the whole world to go stargazing. Oh wow yeah and it's just breathtaking. A company called epic tours. That does the stargazing trips. And it's a small group tour. They usually do it like in a jeep or a little sprinter van. But you're looking at maybe four six people that you go up and they take you up one of the mountains obviously at night so we're looking at probably nine ten o'clock at night once it's good in dark and you drive up above the clouds and as soon as you get above the clouds you can see stars everywhere. It is amazing. And then they they take your pictures and you can get silhouette pictures and all this kinda stuff with you in the stars and i mean we were looking at saturn. We saw jupiter and actually we were seeing constellations because of where we're at that typically you can only see in the southern hemisphere. They point out all the different constellations. While you're up there and words can just not describe how many stars there are in the sky when you get up there so that that is something that i always recommend the people. It's not something you think about doing when you go to hawaii but me having been there for so long done literally everything on the island. That is mytalk thing that i recommend you do. That is amazing. My my podcast editor steve. He was just talking to me the other day about a place in colorado that he was going to go on a trip to about the dark skies initiative. And kind of what. You're talking about that. Low light pollution sparsely occupied as far as the number of people. Everything like that. So that way us have just incredible views of the night sky that again. I'm from southern california. We have lights everywhere and we probably see like three stars in the sky and going to a place like that and just having that. Experience is probably mind-blowing. Yeah and they send you home with pictures of it too. It's just a really cool thing to remember like you said you just can't you can't do that anywhere else to that degree. Sure sure. what are some of the other things that happened there on the island i. I was looking at something like a chocolate farm tour. My wife loves chocolate chocolate. So.

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Alaska Man Seriously Injured in Mauling After Startling Bear

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Alaska Man Seriously Injured in Mauling After Startling Bear

"I might cross your reporting an Alaska man survives a bawling after startling a bear Alaskan Allender with Minish is lucky to be alive sake and he saw me at the same time the sixty one year old finish was conducting a property survey when he and a brown bear crossed paths Tuesday Nurgle Kona Alaska one step on top of the aircraft lower Josh Hartnett traveler John hold way then he says the mauling lasted only five or six seconds but it left him badly injured or not sure exactly how much what I lost I lost and not that I should probably been passed out this was able to call nine one one and waited for about an hour for help to arrive he was later flown to Providence Alaska Medical Center in anchorage I guess I feel like you are are you able to do it hi Mike Rossio

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"kona" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"kona" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Kona Kai. Dot com. I'm Kevin Dean Coco's next real time Traffic update. Just 10 minutes away. Now, let's take a look at that forecast with 10 news meteorologist Meghan Perry. Good morning, Meghan. Hey, guys, Low clouds and patchy fog early will gradually clear to sunny skies. A few degrees warmer today, becoming even warmer tomorrow and Thursday. The coast in the mid upper sixties in the valleys in the mid upper seventies with San Diego's updated forecast on ABC 10 News meteorologist Meghan Perry 62 cloudy in downtown San Diego right now, if you're bored camp, it'll turn 58 60 if you're crossing the border at Otay Mesa. And in alcohol home. It's 57 cocoa in two years time 6 32. It is time for that opening bell on Wall Street with Gina's already at Bloomberg. Good morning, Gina. Good morning. Ladan a rough start to the session on this Tuesday, with stocks falling pressure again on technology. That's what hit Wall Street yesterday and let's start with the NASDAQ, which has a lot of tech companies in it. It's the worst of the three right now down 249 points percentage wise. Down about 2%, the S and P is down just over 1% the Dow lower by almost 1% for a fall of 257 points. But the movie is getting a mood I should say is getting better among the nations. Small business owners and the report shows optimism among US small businesses rose in April to a five month hi, thanks to better sales expectations. And improving earnings. I'm Gina Serve Eddie at Bloomberg for news radio 600 Kogo. Thank you, Gina. It is 6 33 and a driver in a stolen U haul with a trailer attached has.

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"kona" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"kona" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

"By sal. They lose mark fall and actually one of the newer listeners. To your podcast. But i was finding trip to walt disneyworld knows looking up to a podcast out there. That would give me more information about how things are going right now. During covert and your podcast is really helped me. Understand more about. Walt disneyworld as i'm cast member from the in california i don't really know as much about all the world but man really love hearing all the great information that you have and kingston tricks i walt disneyworld and actually calling from the Lago dorado at the Disney's coronado springs resort. And i'm staying in the grand casino tower. And i remember listening to your podcasts about The towers day and man and my blown away by this was Great amenities great lounges. I'm excited to hear into later. And also the Three bridges restaurant as well so glad looking forward to more dan thing. We're time at hailu. It's your fan marlisa so we just got finished eating at the boat house and it was amazing. That was the best place ever and disney's it was so good. We had oysters on the half. Shell we had the i he tuna the grill tacos and of course ended with the page alaska and it was just. It was just amazing. I feel so full. You're gonna sleep on the plane going home for us. The plane going home. And you're gonna have. You're gonna have to roll me home. Because i i can't get home so fall. Thank you so much for all your advice.

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"kona" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"kona" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

"To your podcast. It was an honour. Eating with these two nights. I love dining with the mon- j.lo's and boys will always have this special bread pudding moment.

Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?

Wild Wild Tech

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?

"We'll come back to wild wild tech a show about the strange frankenstein's monster of technology and culture shambling through our lives. I'm josh rivera. And i'm doing erika weber. I am the frankenstein and joshua is the monster. Let me paint you a picture jordan. It's the early nineteen eighty s. we're in calgary alberta. It's cold because this is calgary and a man named wayne pearson. Is typing three letters online for the first time l. I think you're familiar with this. Wouldn't rate yes. It clearly means lots of love joshua. It's like it's laugh out loud right. Yeah i mean this one's everywhere right with a few exceptions like you just said like everyone gets it. It's an example of what we might call like. Internet speak which can be a phrase acronym or a word that was either born or popularized on the internet. Do you have any favorites. A oh laughing my ass off or ass for you over there what else. I never really liked raffle because it sounded too fluffy. Yeah funny funny thing about raffle ruffles. Actually fallen out of popularity. No one really use it anymore. Probably because they feel the same way you do so your your taste maker good. Everyone should listen to me more. I have a friend who just types wrecked r. e. t. all caps when someone gets there s handed to them but like only in a very minor inconsequential way. It feels a little stupid talking about this stuff right. But i also think it's fun i mean we're both riders and language is kind of easy to take for granted. It just sort of like works and you don't really appreciate for the thousands of miracles that it takes to make it work so talking to a link and we've got to here today just reminds you of how much magic there is and how we speak to one another. There are very obvious differences in the way we speak and like sometimes it's fun. Pack that but before we go any further we should because this is an english language podcast or naturally going to discuss english and because language is also culture. It's worth noting. A big part of how. The internet influence language comes from cultures borrowing from one another sometimes in ways that are not particularly great or well-considered. We're mostly focusing on the tech angle. Here as the cultural one is enough to fuel an entire podcast. Yeah much as. I would like to pitch that podcast. Personally you'd be better off going to listen to the allusion est within a by helen saltzman. She talks about this kind of thing. All the time and you know talks about the conflict between loving the english language and also knowing that it has committed atrocities so today. I'm going to introduce you to two of my favorite interviews so far. The first is someone who has around fifty years of experience in linguistics and comes from your side of the jordan. Well i'm david crystal academically. I'm honorary professor of linguistics at the university of banja. Here in north wales. Also really. I spend most of my time at home especially lockdown writing books about language in linguistics and the english language gender close aspects of the internet to. He's here to give us an understanding of how the internet has impacted our language and the ways. It has actually happened before but first he starts with something. That's a little bit surprising. For all the words we don't know and rapidly growing lexicon. The internet's impact on the english. Language is actually quite small. Not because there isn't a lot of change but because the english language is so vast. Let's just stay with english for the moment over the past twenty years. I'm sure the internet has added several thousand new words and phrases to the english language. But heck the english language has over a million words each many more than that nobody knows. How many so an extra few thousand isn't a big deal. As far as vocabulary is concerned and then grandma. Oh well as far as i can tell the grammatical constructions. We will using back in one thousand nine hundred ninety just before the win. Came in exactly the same as the grammatical constructions. You and i are using right now. According to professor crystal this has had a side effect. I'm sure you've seen before. Those who treat changes in the language as a sign of cultural decay. So i went to see a show by susie. Dent she does dictionary kona on a countdown. I don't know if any of this is meaningful to you countdown. british television program with word challenges and number challenges and she does the dictionary corner anyway. She did this show about language and she talked about how people are often very concerned about it. Changing her thing was the word. Mischievous people often pronounces mischievous because they think it rhymes with devious. But it's actually mischievous more people probably say mischievous that. It will probably just change the word that kind of thing. Yeah and this is one of the things that professor crystal talked about length. The languages nature change. It's not inherently good or bad. it's just change.

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The Most Reliable Used Cars

Clark Howard Show

04:03 min | 1 year ago

The Most Reliable Used Cars

"So i've had an obsession forever about why buying a used vehicle is so much better for your wallet than buying new. There are a lot of people who love new vehicle smell. They want that new vehicle and if it works for you financially. That's fine but for most people buying used is gonna be a much better choice but there are people like a vehicle that feels new. And that's why to me. The compromise has been historically a three model year old vehicle. So right now it'd would be twenty eighteen because the twenty one or what out on dealer lots now so when you buy a vehicle. That's three years old. As a general back of the envelope rule it will have lost roughly a third of its value some models substantially more than that others a little less but generally about a third of the value has been wiped out in those first three years even though the life of the vehicle is so today with vehicles running quarter million miles Not at all unusual. That's like normal now where it used to be hundred thousand miles pretty much. The expected reliable life span of a vehicle but vehicles vary a lot and quality and consumer reports has put out a recommended list of bike category. The most reliable vehicles you can buy depending on size. And i want to start with the most popular part of the vehicle market and these are the most reliable three-year-old suv's based on consumer reports deep dive research and again. These are all twenty eight teens. The honda cr v. honda hr v. The hyundai kona alexis annex the mazda. Five and the toyota highlander. So if you're interested in an suv. Those particular ones are the most reliable. Now when we talk about Cars mid size and large cars the most reliable eighteens the mazda six toyota avalon toyota. Camry accurate t. Lx and infiniti q fifty so people don't buy a lot of cars anymore they specially don't buy small cars. But i'll tell you the ones that are the most reliable small cars the chevy bolt. The honda fit the mazda three the toyota corolla and the toyota prius and the toyota prius c in addition the toyota prius prime. Could there be enough. Prius is on there and the volkswagen beetle so The only american owned company that made the list was chevy bolt but most of these other vehicles are actually manufactured in north america. Even if they're owned by quote unquote foreign automakers that a vehicle. That's very reliable. Starting you're looking at a vehicle that's very reliable is key but not enough. You want to do to other things you want to check the van to see if the vehicle has been in any major accident and it's time of ownership that the van research would show and then the other thing is a condition to purchase. You want to have that vehicle. Checked out by a mechanic of your choosing. I have a more thorough guide to how to pick a used vehicle and what steps you should go through on a used vehicle buying guide at clark dot com.

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What are the most reliable used cars?

Clark Howard Show

03:53 min | 1 year ago

What are the most reliable used cars?

"So i've had an obsession forever about why buying a used vehicle is so much better for your wallet than buying new. There are a lot of people who love new vehicle smell. They want that new vehicle and if it works for you financially. That's fine but for most people buying used is gonna be a much better choice but there are people like a vehicle that feels new. And that's why to me. The compromise has been historically a three model year old vehicle. So right now it'd would be twenty eighteen because the twenty one or what out on dealer lots now so when you buy a vehicle. That's three years old. As a general back of the envelope rule it will have lost roughly a third of its value some models substantially more than that others a little less but generally about a third of the value has been wiped out in those first three years even though the life of the vehicle is so today with vehicles running quarter million miles Not at all unusual. That's like normal now where it used to be hundred thousand miles pretty much. The expected reliable life span of a vehicle but vehicles vary a lot and quality and consumer reports has put out a recommended list of bike category. The most reliable vehicles you can buy depending on size. And i want to start with the most popular part of the vehicle market and these are the most reliable three-year-old suv's based on consumer reports deep dive research and again. These are all twenty eight teens. The honda cr v. honda hr v. The hyundai kona alexis annex the mazda. Five and the toyota highlander. So if you're interested in an suv. Those particular ones are the most reliable. Now when we talk about Cars mid size and large cars the most reliable eighteens the mazda six toyota avalon toyota. Camry accurate t. Lx and infiniti q fifty so people don't buy a lot of cars anymore they specially don't buy small cars. But i'll tell you the ones that are the most reliable small cars the chevy bolt. The honda fit the mazda three the toyota corolla and the toyota prius and the toyota prius c in addition the toyota prius prime. Could there be enough. Prius is on there and the volkswagen beetle so The only american owned company that made the list was chevy bolt but most of these other vehicles are actually manufactured in north america. Even if they're owned by quote unquote foreign automakers that a vehicle. That's very reliable. Starting you're looking at a vehicle that's very reliable is key but not enough. You want to do to other things you want to check the van to see if the vehicle has been in any major accident and it's time of ownership that the van research would show and then the other thing is a condition to purchase. You want to have that vehicle. Checked out by a mechanic of your choosing. I

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Schools Work Around The Pandemic To Provide Holiday Concerts

Morning Edition

03:19 min | 1 year ago

Schools Work Around The Pandemic To Provide Holiday Concerts

"This is the time of year when many parents crowd into schools for a school holiday concert. Which is obviously not happening in most schools in 2020, so schools are adapting. Here's Peter Medlin of our member station. W N I J and DeKalb, Illinois, a course of kids belted out holiday favorites. Parents packed in an old stuffy gymnasium, jostling for shaky camera position to get the perfect Facebook video of their child in there Elf costume in the holiday concert. Not so much this year. Instead, some schools are getting creative in an effort to deliver some desperately needed holiday cheer. Mary Beth Kona is the principal at Spectrum, a small private school in Rockford, Illinois. Today they're filming the innovative Elves. Holiday show slash music video. He says. This year, there will be no sneaking out the back door after your kid's song ends in this, they're going to get a nice close up shot. Every kid's gonna get to be seen on the video multiple times that they can share with many family members. Like thousands of music teachers across the country, Super Tse's spent most of her time trying to teach remotely from our basement. Right now she's here with her students sporting a Santa Claus facemask and making this video you'll be the only time most of her students will be together this fall. Puts herds class after class into the camera shot while trying to keep students spread out. Notice. What that way your circle Evan, colorful circles doctor ground where each student performs 6 ft. Away from the others. I know groovy now. Kindergartner Luna practices her classes song as they're getting ready and ensues, Mark. Action for the families who chose to learn remotely this fall. Their kids are gonna be recording themselves dancing at home and will be sliced into the final show with everyone else. Workarounds like this are happening everywhere. Maggie's Bradley has the National Association for Music Educators, which provides training for music teachers. And although the pandemic presents significant challenges for all educators, music instruction is particularly difficult were the ones that always want to be shoulder to shoulder to do things and celebrate, so it's been difficult? The students have missed it because they want to perform together. But also the teachers. Spotty WiFi make zoom band practice is really tough and sometimes confusing, but it goes beyond that. Pandemic continues to highlight inequities and education students without Internet access and schools that can't afford instruments to a student stuck with no tuba. That means pivoting to something else, like providing software so students can create their own beats and rhythms. And like this school, finding new ways to perform for an audience staying at home. Felix is 1/4 grader here who plays the Alto sax. It's a little crazy, but I mean, at least I get to see all my friends and flown my instrument. As have to wear a mask he looks in his classmates are now lined up to record the show's grand finale parade. Cameron's gonna be right here soon. Super says the veal be posted online, so families can make popcorn and watch it from the comfort of their own couches. And Grandma can watch the same exact show without someone standing in front of her trying to take a video of their kid performing for NPR News. I'm

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Fields, No. 5 Ohio St run away from Huskers in opener, 52-17

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Fields, No. 5 Ohio St run away from Huskers in opener, 52-17

"After a delayed start to the college football season the number five ranked Ohio State Buckeyes beat the Nebraska Cornhuskers fifty two to seventeen despite an early deficit the Buckeyes scored twenty four straight points put up four hundred ninety eight yards of total offense Ohio state star quarterback Justin fields and on his first eleven throws including a forty two yard strike to sophomore receiver Garrett Wilson and finish the game throwing for two hundred seventy six yards fifty four yards rushing and three total touchdowns Ohio state started slow on the ground but ended up finishing the game with two hundred and twenty two yards rushing out of a committee backfield Maxwell Kona Columbus Ohio

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2020 Vice Presidential Debate: Post Debate Analysis

Pat Walsh

09:04 min | 1 year ago

2020 Vice Presidential Debate: Post Debate Analysis

"First, as always, when we have a debate, presidential, vice presidential or otherwise we bring in my friend Kpk political analyst Gary Dietrich, who joins us right now, Gary, Welcome to the show. They had good to be with you. And I look forward to a sharing with our callers. And perhaps even hear from them stopped on this. No doubt an important night, my friend. I think it probably is going to go down as one of the most. Important and watch Vice presidential debates. As you know, pad most people steer clear and find out which Channel V p debate it now. Not for me, not tonight. Well, you know for me, Gerry. Because we all know what happened in the presidential debate. Okay? But in the vice presidential debate, couple of things first thing I want to say is, I think we, um maybe learned a little bit more about about The candidates, and certainly one of the things I learned is it was a little different in the first one. It wasn't so testy, and that's college other names to do that, But But when, course, the moderator time, Susan Page us said to the University of Utah, where they held it, But she would say Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, And they would just keep talking as if she was not even ending it in. Both of them were guilty of that tonight. They just don't seem to follow the protocol. Anyone? Yeah, They certainly do a lot better tonight than last week. I mean, but that debt debt to me got annoying as well. But at least and then cure Point Palace is very well taken. It was a far far more substantive debate. Because again last Tuesday, a good third of it. You couldn't even make out what people were saying, because they were talking over each other so much. And then when that wasn't happening. I know the third of it was nothing more than name calling and accusing each other of stuff, right, right. I thought substance substantively. Far better. I know we want to dive into that. But I just think you know a farm or just say, I think helpfully conducted debate that we saw last week. Why a very extensive notes that I took care of it. Let's go to your notebook first. Gerry, what did you take away from this other than the things you've mentioned? Where there's wasn't much name calling, and it was a bit more substantive and it was in certain areas. But I tell you one observation I haven't we continue to have When it comes to politicians. They have an absolute art of avoiding questions, Gerry. It's amazing. It is an amazing talent. You know, sometimes it's so funny because it gets so extreme that they literally launch up on something completely unrelated. To what the question everyone's right. Never even come back, even attempt to do it right. You know, there's the art of bridging, which is you start with an answer that's related question, and you'll really get it. Bridge to something that you'd rather talk about. But somebody has just said I was just like, okay. Thanks for Thanks for speaking. I'd like to say this. All right, let me let me tell you one impression, and I came away from more generally. That and part of this is the nature of being an incumbent III, The vice president, who is currently in office, and part of it is and I have to say this, I felt like in this moderators case. Not a fair and thorough job of taking to cast. Some of Harris is history in elected office, which is extensive and buy even more, so I felt like the vice president Was on the defensive for most of the debate, particularly early on And and I felt like there could have been far more balance in saying, Hey, Well, you know the questions that's been raised about, you Know, X Y Z. When Joe Biden was in the Senate, we didn't hear anything about his voting. Many, many years of voting record Senate nor, frankly, honestly, really any kind of a hardball question about the years service vice president nor really questions that even within our own party have been raised about Senator Harris to me. I had a sense in which the questions themselves. What? Adequately reflective off some of the challenges that have been raised about those who currently or seeking the office. Not holding. I'm glad to hear you say that, Gary because I'm sitting there and I'm listening, and I'm listening very carefully in the moderator moderator plays a big part in this and you're absolutely right. From my perspective. I felt the same thing. I thought the questions were slanted. Um, the through the entire time all the way up until the end when we and I remember the presidential debate, Gary, I remember how the ending they manufacture this question about if you were to lose the election, Mr President, and would there be there smooth transition of power, and then we hear this. We hear this Susan page tonight at the end, and she asked both of them, and it's a slight on the president. He never said he was not going to leave the office piece. We never said anything like that. And there she is pressing this. What I consider to be a manufactured question about what's gonna happen. How would you handle that? Mike Panzer. How would you take? What would your response be? Comma Harris, you and Joe Biden. I am in total agreement. I thought that the questions were slanted, Gary. Well, and you know me, Pat and our listeners have known me for 20. Plus years on the station. You know, I I call them like I see him. I don't care what it was all going on, or Jerry about who was it doesn't matter in the national level, the exact game way, But I really came away feeling that And then there was and I do agree with you about that last question. Frankly, it's the only one she was able to oppose the moderate, she said. She had time for related to election integrity, and I really expected her to go to the integrity of the mail in ballots and these other questions. You know, our How long is the process could be could be drawn out. Could there be expensive court challenges. So take the time to go about whether the president's going to leave or not just seemed odd to me, particularly when everybody from Mitch McConnell on down it made utterly clear. That the president will be leaving if he gets voted out. Anyone if he isn't saying another thing about a question that I really found and I don't know how to use a word except disingenuous. It was the question about When Amy Cola coming back, so just highlighted? Yes, taking up picking up next week and it was about it was about what would you do? And it was a long and convoluted way to get to the Abortion question. What would you do that Mr Vice President in your home state of Indiana, if you'd get if you get approved, and if they throw out will be weighed. And if it goes back to the states, then what would you say Indiana should do what I said. He's not the governor of Indiana anymore. He's going to have absolutely no say in that policy making decision. It was so convoluted odd to me. I felt why don't you just ask you a few pro life or pro choice? Because that's really what the heart of your question is? Absolutely it is. And I believe the American people can see through that, Gary. I really do. Even if your vote he made up your mind. I mean, it's pretty obvious that you can see what's happening, and there was another point there. Where they were talking about late term abortions up until the last day and and pants and asked, you know about that. And there was no answer from Kamala Harris. There was no it was a redirection. It was abridging as you say, Hey, also asked if Judge Amy Kona bear it was going to be appointed. Would you be filling the Supreme Court room? She never answered it. He says to her. I want to make it very clear to the American people. I want them to note that she never answered the question that she says. Well, I'm gonna answer the question right now. Now I'm going to answer. The question can never answer the question. Never, and I listened. I was waiting for that. You know, I was waiting for the answer. It never happened. Yeah, that that and that is a very important issue. I mean, if there's three issues that people are very concerned about it last night, I happened to moderate a debate on I was in debate was a candidate forum of a number of different off was honored of moderate and you know, Congressman Tom McClintock. Well, Yeah, he he was headlining that candidate for him and added, he laid out very eloquently is senator as Congress. McClintock often does what he perceived to be the three major issues going report and it wasn't anything about specific foreign policy or even economic policy was packing the Supreme Court. It was about whether the filibuster is going to be thrown out in the Senate so that whoever has the majority will have complete and utter control. And and thirdly, whether state who is going to be granted to particular selected entities like Puerto Rico like Washington, D. C. That would then begin to quote unquote packed the Congress. And these are very, very significant issues for the future of the United States and our governmental process. None of that was raised tonight and to your point pat, which I think is well taken. Senator Harris refused, and there's no way to get around that refused to answer that question. And I thought that was very telling that you know that issue, which is a very central one right now and could have ramifications for many, many decades become was not answered.

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Interview With Niraj Shah And Steve Conine

How I Built This

04:06 min | 2 years ago

Interview With Niraj Shah And Steve Conine

"So. Pretty much everyone we'd had on the show had a passion for a product that they needed to put out into the world lower American believed the world needed Lara Bars Jenny. Britain Bauer was convinced that her ice cream was gonNA change how people thought about ice cream even Jimmy Wales founder of wikipedia. Everyone should have access to free knowledge. But I'm here to tell you that that is not always the case. In fact, sometimes, the product isn't what drives the founders what really drives them is the challenge rather solving the challenge and that's basically the story behind wayfair neither Steve Konae nor near shopping felt that strongly about home furnishings but they did feel like people should have choices no matter where they lift because there was a time. When if you lived in say Evansville Indiana, you couldn't easily get the same type of Cool Coffee Table, or Sofa that someone in San Francisco or New York could get. And today we ourselves almost five billion dollars worth of this stuff every year. We're was actually the third company Stephen, Neeraj started together. They met as teenagers at a summer camp for math and engineering nerves in the early nineteen nineties quickly touch. But then almost a year later, if fate herself was watching over these guys, they both ended up as first years at Cornell assigned to dorm rooms on the same corridor. Did, you know both of you did the other one was going to cornell no end really kept in touch. So I think it was It was a surprise. Very much I was like, Hey, what's up? This past year. So were you friends like right away? Yeah. We were part of A. When your freshman year, you sort of have a small group of friends that you sort of connect with and spend a lot of your time with and we were in that group together and then junior year near started. We've got to be a lot closer and live together that year. Junior and senior we actually live together as well with it with a few other. People up at Cornell. Yeah, did you guys near to shoot you steve us to talk about starting a business when you in college I don't know that we have talked about it per se but our last semester at Cornell we took an entrepreneurship courses, one of our elective courses and in this entrepreneurship course, one of the things you had to do was create a business plan and what really happened is through the process of doing the project which is creating the business plan. We basically started our first business. Yeah. It was ninety five and it was very early as the netscape browser come out that year. Our idea was actually to develop Internet. Directory Services, and we would go downtown New York and try to pitch companies on paying five Bucks Avenue Listing I in our Internet directory. Of course, most people look at us like we're nuts a few would say, hey, that's interesting. But I I don't even have a homepage called at the time. Could you help me build a website and you know maybe at least get present on the Internet and what would that cost me and so the business turned into kind of an Internet consulting business that built sites for companies, and you kind of knew how to do the basics because you were engineering students exactly. So you'd go from project to project and Comey's were to move very quickly. You know different people would ask other people in your who could be higher so on. So forth, we were one of the few shops that actually done things. When you would meet when you guys are going meet with clients. Did you ever get a feeling from any of them that they would look at you and think late these guys. Fired A twenty two year. Old Kid. You know we did we both were pretty good sales guy. So I don't I don't remember that being snacking me too hard. I mean I I think that you know the prices were charging versus what they would be looking at consultancies I think a lot of these bigger shops looked at it as like. Play money where they're kind of like. Well, whatever how bad. Kimiko. With a couple of college students here are doing this for us if it works out phenomenal if it doesn't work out, you know whatever we haven't really we haven't really lost a lot.

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Alone, Together

Israel Story

04:39 min | 2 years ago

Alone, Together

"I was born burst shave I grew up in Beersheva that's God defeats new today. God. These a fifty years old but forty years ago when Gandhi was just ten UA sent out on an errand that basically landed him where he is today. Major said to buy milk. Find the puppy and just take the puppy, bring it to my mother and she said, no, no. No, he's not going to stay here. Sorry and she took me together with the pappy today shelter. Bersheva the SPCA or southbound clean is the society for the prevention of Cruelty to animals. They mainly give shelter to abandoned an injured cats and dogs and try to find homes for them. They also have a lot of educational activities and raise awareness for the wellbeing of animals. The Israeli chapter was actually founded long before the state. In, one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, seven during the British mandate. With route anyway God the mother stepped into the local bill chef branch in God couldn't believe his eyes. Remember was shopping so so many dogs barking and barking and I was so sad like I understood it's a good place for them. was begging begging to be they want to say come in and play with them and talk to them, and maybe hug them. So dennehy I realized that I. Need to come almost every day, and then I start to come almost every day after school instead of school. Saturdays and holidays. That was my oldest childhood. Gaddi became extremely committed volunteer leaving the shelter working with the dogs around. Selling cookies and lemonade to make. Sense for the dogs and cats everything everything. Really, see my heart I don't know something that I always say Kenneth See animals suffering and they need help and not to do anything and did you convince your mother to Let You keep the dog I try to but didn't success but after. A she they agreed that the we have a dog, we adopted a dog. A in Bursch Chevron and we have a dog but. The first one that you said, no, it's changed my life. I think. I think she today's vca. You knows maybe take me there got the ultimately left bill ship and moved to Tel Aviv. But one thing hasn't changed from then I did leave the. For the last twenty years he served as the organization's spokesperson and let's just say he's been pretty busy since the pandemic struck into Gerona time. It's starting very bad. A lot of people start to abandon. The animals was scared at what what's going to be now going to have so many animals that people want to throw away people are scared if they can bring this to them, you know the Koran they the Koran out they I don't know just Keb ages not contagious people. Emphatically, it'll be the number of abandoned animals spiked and amid all the uncertainty and chaos of those early days. Got The and his colleagues tried to reassure the public retell. The people don't be afraid it's not contagious from. To human beings and for you. Don't be afraid. And then something happened suddenly spca shelters around the country were packed but not with abandoned animals instead, they were packed with people. Seeking to adopt a quarantine companion, you know people want to adopt dogs and cats in the time I think the virus Gerona did something great for the abandoned animals almost all day shelters in Israel are M. T. now adoption adoption adoption option option adoption, everyday adoption, lot corruption I. Never See before never never never seen before unbelievable it's something that. I don't know what to say thanks Kona while it's very good for those indicates that they don't want the corner state for sure I. Don't want say they want the dogs cats find good place

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Spaghetti Western movie composer Ennio Morricone dead at 91

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Spaghetti Western movie composer Ennio Morricone dead at 91

"Famed film composer Ennio Morricone Hee is dead after falling and breaking his leg that's known as the composer behind the widely recognizable music from spaghetti Westerns like the Good, The Bad and the Ugly and once upon a Time in the West, or Kona, died this morning at a hospital in Rome, where he was 91 years of age.

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"kona" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"kona" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Summers here and hopefully you there we have Brian rast Kona and James because of they on the other side of my refrigerator since I'm doing this from home in my kitchen no from the eight five five two one two for CBS that's eight five five two one two four two two seven for another one hour she moves on the CBS sports radio network we tell you something you already know the world at all sunshine and rainbows a very mean and nasty place and I if you want it will be true to your knees and keep I want to begin by thanking all the army corps of engineers people were here today you've done outstanding job they came in very quickly and the setting up this emergency hospital which is going to be badly needed but eight about how hard you hit it's about how hard you didn't get it how much could take they keep moving forward the room rating one doing everything we to slow the spread you're only that someone in New York City and New York state saved a life tonight.

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"kona" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"kona" Discussed on KOMO

"Might also find yourself tapping the brakes in Seattle south on I. five near Mercer but it won't be lasting for too long after days travel plans to take heed to the mountains right now we see some low white snow coming down at the passes we don't have any tire restrictions that snow Kwame but we do have traction tires advised that Stevens earlier this week we had a fire in tech will at the one hundred and twenty ninth street bridge since then the road has been closed it's going to be re opening this evening but with that we will have reduced weight limit for larger vehicles and checking on some current travel times Redmond to Seattle that fifteen minutes Auburn to Renton eleven minutes into common in federal way nine minute drive our next como traffic at six forty four how come eco roof forecast with meteorologist Kristen Clarke lights yet steady rain for many of us this morning the rate stays with us throughout the afternoon but becoming a bit lighter more scattered in nature still a gusty south winds combined with the cool rain clouds really adding to the chill in the air daytime highs for many locations will stay in the forties making it the coolest day in the extended forecast in the coming weather center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clark right now in downtown Seattle it's cloudy and forty for homeowners time six thirty six the trump administration is dropping its plan to send U. S. troops to the Canadian border to help efforts combat to the pandemic the Wall Street journal reports this follows strenuous objections from Canadian leaders who argued that the drastic step would damage the relationship between the two long time allies U. S. officials never disclosed to the public where those troops would have gone or what they would have done when they got there if you're in Bellevue there's a new way to report people who are gathering in groups and breaking the governor stay home order you can file a report via they my bills you app police do not want you to call nine one one to report these violations so they stress nine one one is for emergencies if you have ever been to the Kona kitchen restaurant in maple leaf or in Lynnwood chances are you bumped into a woman many call grandma Liz our family has announced she died after battling covert nineteen Kamel Suzanne font penser story seventy two year old Lismore circle a kitchen with her daughter in G. as in Eugene nearly two decades ago customers say she's a sweet lady who always made them feel like family Hana Kona kitchen nouns that after battling the virus for nearly two weeks for this to come to the.

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"kona" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

09:02 min | 2 years ago

"kona" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Toll free number is eight five five four five zero three seven three three and which tonight it's already ahead in Kona and before we left off we were discussing this man who has been confined to his home by a police guard station nearby so that's the truth of this whole self quarantining stuff we're being fed is that like everything with the government itself imposed to a point until you refuse to obey until you refused to comply could point you're no longer voluntarily paying your taxes that's right but you proposed right there at the end that this could be seen as an aggressive mood that is on the right on the aisle on this old man's part I mean it's kind of like I mean what if he head of an axe and he was talking about actually using a people and he wants to go into this grocery store I mean that's an aggressive move on his part he's dangerous is that there's no one's gonna let him go in there is knowingly infecting someone with HIV and act of aggression absolutely then them infecting someone with coronavirus has to be as well but we're even if the injury as lesser for the average person is still an injury yeah but it's so much less yes so much less I mean I'm not saying he thinks it's being executed they were talking about flu levels of death percentage which is like less than one percent all the way up to maybe three percent this far as it as does the death rate of the of the of the Wuhan flew more than generating from HIV has fallen a lot as well but it's a lot more than it is a lot more three percent I mean it's a lot more blatant I mean especially if this guy doesn't have that sweep you probably even have the symptoms that's the thing about the silly the silly but handed out he had the disease he was tested positive but like a lot of people would you and I might be both sick right now I'm for sure sick right now what time is it for two and a half freaking month yes we might have I'm ready to get the corona virus so that I can know there will be an end to whatever I'm sick with if we go get tested will probably be tested positive in I'm I'm sick as well so I mean who knows how many that's when that's where that three percent is probably way up to two elevated because a lot of people might have this and they are dying that have been tested to not ever going to get tested so that three percent is probably crazily inflated be more like the flu the death rate of the crown of the Wuhan fluid cove in nineteen is probably more like the dead they regular flu that we deal with every single year except this one is just look what it's doing it's it's driving people insane let's go to the phones we got rusty calling from Texas rusty you're on free talk live yes just to subject a little bit here it turns out the crown but it's really impact the older generation so I'm going to get your thoughts on the mean that's going around about those people aren't terminate the boomer remover and if you thought that was ages store kind of gallows humor word we called it the boomer Toomer earlier it is certainly a joke in bad taste but absolutely but I make plenty of those but I mean if you look at the big picture yeah all these boomers retire and they're they're they're not helping the economy they're not going to help the situation that we're entering into I think if this doesn't kill him eaten eat not having of dog food to eat is going to kill them in the in coming years our cafe and I were discussing earlier because bye bye by virtue of being me I have enough cat food to last my cats the next six months and enough human food to last me I don't know a week maybe you need to go shopping there was a there was food today there was food is what there is for today I just well you're going shopping not hate it yeah well you're not gonna get any pasta it's all gone but that's fine I'm not gonna cook pasta one of the young takes more than dumping out a candid to a pot and heating it I'm not going to bother one of the original conspiracy theories was that this disease was engineered by the Chinese to actually alleviate them of some of their elderly the other one of course is to stop the Hong Kong rights but the Hong Kong protests excuse me but that said there are lots of ones out there but yeah this is this is it because it only affects the elderly hold I'll have a list here but it doesn't only affect the elderly but like the flu and pneumonia and things like that if it's going to kill someone it's generally going to be the elderly thank you the elderly work to pathfinders you can't rate it it's been said that I'd be the largest wealth transfer in in our lifetime just because the amount of money that would lead to their area what impact do you think that might have on the economy to take boxer where way over inflated and that would cause it to further you know let's go more into recession or depression or it depends I guess it depends on if the family actually get the inheritance or the government scoops it up I I don't know I don't think I don't think we're getting out of this this depression I don't I don't care how many of the elderly die the problem is is it's it's it's it's every day every let's correct that statement you do care every generation has their problems the boomers are there they have a lot of the wealth and all but the mean there also just sucking down medical like like you wouldn't believe it so I mean I mean if you were to take them out of the pay out of the equation that would free up a lot whole lot of problems but the health care is not going to get cheaper it's just gonna keep going up just like everything else is going up I don't now in a lot of the money is going to go into the hands of people who are bad with money yeah who's a save a lot of these elderly there'd better dying are already in that situation living paycheck to paycheck as well or live in office but living off social security now and having a hard time of it I I know they would be the ones most likely to die simply because you know they can't afford to keep their heat at sixty eight or whatever yeah and by the way so the eighty eighty plus are are taking the bear the brunt of the of the deaths from this disease it lower substantially when you get I think under sixty yep so forty to forty nine it's not existence start about fifteen down is nonexistent sex not even happening it's tragic but I to be clear I'm not a fan of people and trying to meet that that makes me very sad I will use gallows humor and say boom and different things like that as a way of coping with it but I'm not in the least happy that you know old people for the week people with asthma whatever or at long conditions are likely to be killed by this that that's horrible to me the gallows humor the boomer dimmer jokes are ways of coping with that reality yeah so thank you so much for the call right as far as the FX I don't know I think it's probably a wash I think Conan is probably right a fair number of these older people are living just off of social security you do have a lot of older people with money but you also have a fair number of older people who are just drags on the system and I'm sorry I don't like describing anyone as a drag on the system but financially yes a person is either contributing to the overall wealth of society or they're deducting from it yep well I'll say it you have a lot of parasites out there you have a lot of people who are not creating their only sucking it all down parasites that's you know they're not they're not contributing and they might have had some part in their life but see but they retired way too early and made his second that is second on the teat and and you and I are we're gonna have to pick it up we're gonna have to pick up the pieces yeah because we're not going to because we have we like to hear any how the virus you were proof that we're going to we're going to survive we're gonna get through this for sure why what is that we already have the viruses on because I think we all have it I think you're probably right just like I have the car because I rolled up in Florida and bit by thousands of mosquitoes and look at me I'm doing just fine but we're gonna we're gonna survive all this and we are going to have to pick up this crap it's all over the street well that's what it means to be a millennial it is to exist and have to pick up the crap left from all of the previous generations and that's what the previous generations had to do as well but it does seem except one said the boomers boomers had a good life yes yeah my dad had a real good without their parents the silent I think was a silent generation not so much but they had a good life and course we kind of had to get out the extras which is on the part of we.

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Antisemitism fuelled the Holocaust and didnt end 75 years ago, says education expert

UN News

08:24 min | 2 years ago

Antisemitism fuelled the Holocaust and didnt end 75 years ago, says education expert

"Some were workers some teachers and some were neighbors. Many ordinary people enabled the Holocaust simply by doing their jobs. Some made the choice to help while others decided to join in with the persecution portraying Jewish friends and classmates mates but what fueled the Holocaust was antisemitism. which didn't end with the defeat of the Nazis and continues today affecting all of society that's according to a Tad stanky? He's the William and Sheila Kona Director of international educational outreach which is part of the William Levin Family Institute for Holocaust Education at the. US Holocaust Memorial Museum. He was at United Nations headquarters in New York for Holocaust Remembrance Week and spoke to you and uses Anna Komo. Mr Stanko began by talking about the memorial museums exhibitions some when neighbors which examines the role of ordinary people in the Holocaust and the variety of motives that influenced individual choices for very a pleased to present here at the headquarters are traveling. Exhibition called summer. Neighbors choice human behavior and the Holocaust which tells the story of ordinary people bowl and the role that they played because after all they played an essential role which is not often understood and part of the reason why we created created. The exhibit was because people often think that the Holocaust was perpetrated only Adolf Hitler and a small group of Nazi leaders. And we think it's important for people to understand that that wasn't the case that they needed as authoritarian dictators do often the acquiescence and complicity of ordinary people in order to achieve their genocidal goals. So what was the base on the choice that made some people decide to help determines or to help the Jews. What was the base of their choice of personal choice? What we've found with recent scholarship is that there were a variety of pressures hers and motivations for people to act in the way they did and they acted in all different ways? Some people helped Jews responding with seeming human response. How could I stand by do nothing when my friend or my neighbor's been untreated this way but many people benefited or helped the authorities find Jews Jews or benefited financially from the disposition of confiscated Jewish property? Often people did nothing and the motivations that we we see include some very mundane things like wanting to get ahead in your career sometimes would be a wise career move To help the authorities or financial gain after all in wartime it was difficult to obtain some of these consumer goods leads that could be bought at auction after the property of the Jews were confiscated or fear. Sometimes who says well toes a variety of different motivations and people acted differently in Germany and throughout nazi-occupied Europe. What about the other side? What would don't make people actually help or height? People in their houses export them or even embrace them on the streets. There was this panel. That really really touched me of someone who actually came down to say goodbye to these women. I mean those are small gestures that would make some difference. Yes yes and when you talk to survivors of the Holocaust often those moments of human connection and kindness from a stranger. Stay with them very very deeply and people today seventy five years later can can recount them in great detail well regarding the motivations the many people who helped when they talk about it and they don't often do necessarily some feel as though it was the least that they could do so. They're not making a big deal about what they've done but but others are speaking about feeling this connection a human connection whether it was someone who had been their neighbor had been their friend. Ed Been Someone who they knew in their neighborhood that they felt that the least that they could do was to shows some act of kindness even if it was out of step with what was expected of them these idea of Social Consultant Protection Section of the ADS. That people were doing to deduce. Can you talk a little bit about that. And how can relate to today's world and societies eighties with a history of the Holocaust is a challenge for everyone today. It wasn't inevitable it required the cooperation of many you. People and the Nazis didn't need ordinary Germans to murder Jews but they did need them to sort of step aside and let the state take care of that quote unquote problem. So here's where this sort of social consent comes in and the exhibit reminds us that people individuals always have more agency more ability to act on their own either for good or for ill and we often think and stories as we try to tell are the stories of individuals and the choices that they've made to help remind people especially young people today. That the choices you Mike are important and have ramifications and we encourage everyone to think about that when they think about how their neighbors today are being treated so so the U-. US Holocaust Memorial Museum teaches also that the Holocaust was preventable. Can you speak Importance of combating antisemitism in our society today and which kind of tools the museum provides for that well antisemitism fueled doll cost. And it didn't didn't end with the defeat of the Nazis and it's shown that it continues in many different ways even after the Holocaust in the form of Holocaust denial for example so and it remains a problem of society as a whole and not just one that merely affects Jews as difficult as it is for juice. Bruce Today and anti-semitism is growing throughout the world for Arm Museum. It's important to teach history and the secretary general set it on Monday. Juande never again. It means teaching history again and again and again and we believe that making accurate and relevant history for young people. Today will help people understand about the power enduring power antisemitism but also about the viral nature of hatred and the use of demonization and stereotypes and prejudices which are more everyday things and the importance of being vigilant because the Holocaust because reminds us that the unthinkable is possible. All of us today need to think about the demonization prejudice stereotypes Patriot that might be present in our environment. The museum in addition to exhibits works a lot with teachers. For example developing lesson plans dance for students about Anti Semitism about the enduring attraction of Nazi racial archaeology Nazi symbols. And unfortunately we're seeing these symbols more and more every day in

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Pepsi's new product has nearly twice as much caffeine as its regular soda

Morning Edition

01:19 min | 2 years ago

Pepsi's new product has nearly twice as much caffeine as its regular soda

"Next spring Pepsi is expected to introduce Pepsi cafe a coffee infused soda will it be as memorable as coca Cola blacker Pepsi blue I don't know because I don't know what those are bad sodas are rarely successful but they still get made market place's jasmine gars reports have you ever looked at your Cup of coffee and thought I should pour some soda into this that's why perhaps is thinking it's launching Pepsi cafe which will have twice the caffeine as regular Pepsi coax already got coca Cola plus coffee in foreign markets Caleb Bryant researches food and drink for mental marketing firm he says that the market share for ready to drink coffee in cans and bottles is up twenty two percent since two thousand seventeen in that regard that makes sense the Pepsi would want to dive deeper into the state a lot of these grand off shoots the flock and companies are prepared for that says Matthew Quinn director of the center on global brand leadership at Columbia business school for the most part consumers fall back to their familiar taste that they've known for years the smart thing is you try something for a little bit hopefully get kids excited get them paying attention the brand cans of Pepsi cafe will reportedly hit stores in April whether it'll be more memorable than Pepsi Chino or Pepsi Kona remains to be

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"kona" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"kona" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"All right well I got that other people haven't left what's your question what's your name young lady than me what does that mean MLS and the last that's pretty how old are you eight okay what's your question I Baxter this windy laid down in their beds they go probably just getting settled right out what kind of dog do you have okay is it a canine cocktails next month you don't know so your dog makes grunting sounds okay well they do it because you're just have you ever seen a dog get in a bad like Kona did watch what Kona does Konica where I'm at everybody who's on not hearing classroom while the six hundred thousand else people listening gonna compare pretend visualize this is radio call to come going to come now watch I'm gonna say kana settle go settle now watch is gonna circle circle and settle sometimes dogs like to circle in a bed to get comfortable and when they hit that sweet spot instead of going some of the old man all right we have time for one more question yes asked about how does what's your name first Khloe and how old are you eleven okay what's your question for Laurie likely amassed for how dogs bark how do dogs how old this is same vocal chords but they why they howl for different reasons hall is the predecessor before the telephone in the smartphone because some breeds like Huskies and Mallya moods it's like I'm I'm over the what do you do okay it's like a it's a way of communicating now watch Kona some dogs don't like the house because it might hurt their ears but there are breeds like Huskies and and not malamute said whole lot right well guys this is.

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Liverpool Sweeps Arsenal Aside

ESPN FC

04:06 min | 3 years ago

Liverpool Sweeps Arsenal Aside

"Alongside melissa ready backing wear really and truly seems to be your second home here at anfield another commanding display from liverpool here in this one is absolutely thrashed arsenal. I mean it was only three one gets on the scoresheet but really and truly that performance was so commanding for the reds and i know that there are lots of questions surrounding liverpool especially after the match against southampton last weekend so male. Just let me know have liverpool answer those questions and put them to rest. I think they did quite emphatically. It was superior performance against arsenal in sort of i've every respect and what i took away from this game as i did from the community shield and really everything i've seen so far in the season is that manchester city and liverpool <hes> the benchmark. It's those two and then there's the rest to clear two-horse race for yeah. <hes> awesome tried something something different today. They actually came with confidence. <hes> a tactical plan that yorgen cup admitted he didn't expect he hadn't seen awesome execute before all where they played a very narrow field and allowed lovable wide and back themselves to deal with all the crosses and it worked for forty minutes now. Why i i say liverpool was superior in every respect is one of the things the side is able to problem solve and once they problem mm soul they have the ability to then pick you apart so joel map scores ahead of from alexander ronald's kona on forty one minutes and in the second talk before arsenal can even have any sort of chance to come back into the game. They're killed off. Quick quick muhammed saw david david lewis and that was it louise. Oh my goodness. We're definitely going to talk about him there because i know lots of arsenal supporters were quite surprised or quite happy actually when they did manage to get him him there on that one but again just talking about pool of course. I know that a lot of people said that southampton just last week. I'm bringing back up this game again if they probably had someone a little more superior could finish the they definitely would have had liverpool there because again. The defense seems to be a bit of a frailty for liverpool. How did you see today even though arsenal of course we know didn't threaten it as much as many would have expected. Probably liverpool's defense has been different. The season the team as a whole have been more open. They've allowed <hes> a lot more shots against them that than is typical for a liberal side obviously their title challenge and their european success last season was built on a strong defensive platform well <hes> part of that is because they are playing a slightly higher line. It's also because it's not just natural. It's the start thought of the season you have to sort of get into that routine and rhythm again. A lot of the players went away over the summer and paid with their national teams who you know us completely different tactics dick's different styles of mocking <hes> and so it's natural for the place to relearn liverpool system. I think the southampton game was obviously the context of little tired from having played in istanbul heats late-game flying back so yeah. I mean quickly quickly before we wrap up now. Let's just spare thought forest on because we have to of course all the labs on the show on e._s._p._n. A._f._c. if you've been watching as you should be watching basically said that this match would be a good benchmark for arsenal to see exactly where they stand in this premier league racist season if you want to put it so after what you just saw now. What are they thinking. Where do you see <hes>. I actually feel a little bit. Sorry for arsenal because like i said they they arrived with a plan that was effective for a large parts. They did create chances says that fell to a boomerang and nicholas pepper who impressed somewhat on his debut but most of what they created actually came from liverpool's eras ariza they didn't there wasn't good bold plan stuff from arsenal just lacking the right personnel the quality. I think it's very difficult to come to add field and play against this liverpool side.

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Are new electric vehicle models real competition for Tesla?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:46 min | 3 years ago

Are new electric vehicle models real competition for Tesla?

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by scout. The world's leader in service assurance and security for data centers cloud five g. and more net scouts visibility without borders allows issue to see things others can't get a clearer picture at net scout dot com and by smart water smart water is on a mission dad fresh thinking to the world. That's why they created. Two new ways is to hydrate smart water alkaline with nine plus p. h. Helps keep you hydrated while you're on the move and smart water antioxidant with added selenium helps you find balance for your body and mind and now you can order smart water by saying alexa order smart water yourself will thank yourself smart water. That's pretty smart. Do people want to buy electric causes is or do they just want to buy tesla's. This is marketplace tech. Demystifying the digital economy on jack stewart in from hollywood tesla still swings wildly between between profits and losses from quarter to quarter but sales of it's more affordable model. Three sedan are strong. It was western europe's bestselling battery in the first half off of twenty nine thousand nine hundred and in the u._s. Outselling luxury gas-powered competition from b._m._w. Mercedes audi and lexus and for a few years now journalists elissa cover transportation like me have been watching to see if this is the time electric cars of finally set to become a major part of the market tesla is still pretty specialist really so will either be available on every lot chelsea sexton's a longtime e._v. consultant. She's been deeply involved in this world l. since the radical general motors e._v. one came out in nineteen ninety-six so we thought we check in with her and ask are the mainstream manufacturers taking e._v. Seriously we are seeing some things starting to happen. Certainly more models are are starting to be introduced at the same time. Sales aren't hockey stick growing the way that certain folks would have a uh-huh hoped an assume they would electric cars are basically compelled by three regulations around the world cafe standards in the u._s. The california's air mission mandate and c._o. Two standards words in europe china's going all electric too but sort of an island in market at the moment not that much cross pollination so automakers are all sort of getting ready to do electric cars and accepting it is something they're going to have to do but not terribly excited about it and the more they can be allowed to delay many of them still will it feels like this is an exciting time time for it feels like i'm seeing more marketed and on the roads and what's actually happening. Odd brands bringing cost to market. There are a few more that just hit that everyone's been really excited. What about it's been kind of the year of the mostly premium but but smallish s._u._v. category that the jaguar i pace the audi e tron and even in the in the more konami brands the hundai kona and the kea niro all of which are in sort of this small to medium size s._u._v. category so it's a category that folks.

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"kona" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"kona" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"It is the fact Michael Kona sitting in jail right now in part because of his you know paying off those two women and you know that that's the kind of stuff but you know and that and that's the least of it frankly in my opinion that's the kind of stuff that needs the American public needs to know in a big way about how criminal this man is in the White House the head of the crown try the trump crime family thanks a lot for your call Hey we've got a new video out for our for our supporters and it's available over time are in a calm and yeah Mike pence caught a coming as America will never be a socialist country now that's why we need to get rid of so security right that's what we need here to Medicare that's all you need to get rid of fire departments and police departments in public schools all of those social programs well actually yeah this is our Republicans think Ronald Reagan for example speaking against Medicare back in the day the doctor begins to lose freedoms first you decide the doctor can have so many patients there equally divided among various doctors by the government but the doctors are equally divided geographically so and I yeah it's just the system non says argument anyhow well I I got this entire history of Republicans calling Democrats socialists from nineteen twenty eight to today check it out it's it's over even the final link to it over time Herman dot com to check out our special supporters podcast check it out of Tom Harmon dot.

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"kona" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"kona" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"How old are you eight okay what's your question I DO Baxter this winding laid down in their beds they go probably just getting settled right now what kind of dog do you have okay is it a canine cocktails next month you don't know so your dog makes grunting sounds okay well they do it because they're just have you ever seen a dog get in a bad like Kona did watch what Kona does Konica where I'm at everybody who's are not hearing classroom while the six hundred thousand else people listening gonna compare pretend visualize this is radio kana come going to come now watch I'm gonna say Kona settle go settle now watch is gonna circle circle and settle sometimes dogs like to circle in a bed to get comfortable and when they hit that sweet spot instead of going some of the old man all right we have time for one more question yes asked about how does what's your name first Khloe and how old are you eleven okay what's your question for Laurie my claim asked for how dogs bark how do dogs howl old this is same vocal chords but they why they howl for different reasons hall is the predecessor before the telephone in the smartphone because some breeds like Huskies and Mallya moods it's like I'm I'm over the what do you I got okay it's like a it's a way of communicating now watch Kona.

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"kona" Discussed on Capes

Capes

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"kona" Discussed on Capes

"Dot Com and of course always at the quantum zone quantum zone dot org we might beginning we might be getting a it's lunatics. Are you work in progress aright Mac Kona augury augury. You can see me auguring all over the Internet at met Kona <hes> Emmett t t K._O._A.. In the listen to the backstage make comedy showcase once a month. Just put her every thirty days gonNA mention episode sixty-nine. Ah That's lost my wife's podcast. Maybe I'll get a guest someday. Skulls already really from with Yoga vish so all social media. We have that greetings from talk about that man we always have we were a little bit behind snapped us out of existence for a week or so. We've backed by MAC is big enough. You might be on this podcast. Linda may the line but anyway send us your feedback. Everyone likes ocean dies like Radas Capes in lunatics at Gino Dot com follow us on facebook FACEBOOK DOT COM slash corner zone pot and check out the new and improved that point of Zone <hes> facebook group eons closet on twitter at Mortensen pod and at seal sidekicks all seal psychically psychically instagram the voicemail.

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Quinine: Medicine or Mixer?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

02:48 min | 3 years ago

Quinine: Medicine or Mixer?

"There anything about quinine that makes it worth drinking in the form of tonic water, I know some older people who are convinced that it helps with neurological issues does it have side effects? Or is it fairly benign, even if it's ingested daily quinine is a bitter chemical that's extracted from the bark of the sink Kona tree. It's used in tonic water to impart that characteristic bitter flavor. In fact, I've made my own tonic water using Kona bark that I bought online. My recipe involved boiling this in Kona bark with some other spices like coriander and juniper berries, and then combining that extraction with citrus. Juice grated. Citrus peels and sugar and straining the whole concoction to produce syrup and then to use it. I would add a tablespoon or two of this syrup to a glass and fill it with plain soda water. Jin totally optional now making your own tonic water is fun, especially if you like those sort of do it yourself projects that require a bunch of SO, Tarik ingredients or equip. -ment take a lot of time. Make a big mess, and ultimately produce something that you could have bought at the store for a buck. Of course, my tonic water tasted nothing like store-bought tonic water, some of my friends thought that was a plus others. Frankly, preferred the store bought version the other interesting thing about homemade tonic water is that it's not clear like store bought tonic water, but we're the color of weak tea, but back to his question. What are the medicinal uses of quinine in addition to being used as a flavoring agent quinine from Cinco? Bark can also be used as an effective treatment for malaria Kuala win is a prescription anti malarial medication that contains quinine sulfate from Kona bark, however is more effective drugs. Have been developed quinine is no longer the first line treatment for malaria. It's basically used only in cases where no other drugs are available or in areas that have developed strains of malaria that are resistant to the first line drugs. And it's. Also, sometimes used to treat malaria in pregnant women sin. Kona bark contains another closely related compound called Quinn Adine. It has some of the same medicinal benefits is quinine such as fighting malaria. However, it tends to have more serious side effects. So it's not widely used there is some ongoing research involving Quinn Adine to treat certain rare neurological conditions, but the toxins remains a real issue. Quinine also has gained a reputation as a treatment for restless leg syndrome and nighttime leg cramps and many physicians have prescribed Kuala Quin, which is really for malaria to patients who suffer from leg cramps. However, the FDA has issued a warning against this off label use of quinine containing medications.

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"kona" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"kona" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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Homelessness in one of the world's most powerful cities

Correspondents Report

05:47 min | 3 years ago

Homelessness in one of the world's most powerful cities

"For a beach bum from Newcastle like North America correspondence Khanna Duffy, Washington's long winters are a chilling reality. But they can also mean life and death. It may be the most powerful city on earth. But within a few blocks of the White House. There is a crisis of homelessness at least seven thousand people have to bear that Washington winter without heating Khanna hit the streets to find out. More owes walking to work this morning in windstorm head down being blown around with my eyes full of grit from the streets. It's been a long winter with pole vortex and a steady stream of bad weather. If it was bugging me. How was seventy year old Warren, a cheerful homeless African American Deysi, local, I see outside the coffee stool holding up or being out here in one of those pretty hard because you have to wrestle with the elements. Sometimes it's Bourboule sometimes it's almost intolerable. So one of those really bad here a few weeks ago, we had the poll of Tex even how how did you cope with that? That was really cold. Well, I had to go through a lot of suffering out here in the col- stay as long as I can. And when I feel like I'm hype getting hypothermic or gross do frostbitten, and I have to leave, and that's how dealt with that way. Did you go roll? I went to a shelter for one night for a couple of hours that was pretty hard because shelters here not sufficient for living is inhumane of the people that initial inhumane, and they do a lot of crazy things that you really don't want to be around. So I try to void that as much as possible people with mental illness and addictions and stuff in addiction, mental illness, a lot of self despair, a lot of anger, so. Those things spill out on other people. And if you don't want to become a fraud that Govett, then you have to just try to bear around as much as you can in a rapidly gentrifying CD homelessness is a big local political issue. Warren became homeless in his sixties. The retied cook was lift bankrupt after an emergency hospital trip. His wife did not survive an-and unsheduled, he proclaimed himself. He didn't have insurance and things spiraled out of control in America. The safety net is full of holes that in an every day. Mishaps everyday misfortune. You know, you never know when it's going to knock on your door. And that's why notably optimistic rather than pessimistic because you're here one day, and you're living in a normal part of society and the next you find yourself in adverse situation, which caused you to change your thinking. And how it's changed. My thinking is I met a lot of people here that are homes I've never been homeless. And now, I see them from a different mindset before it's not lazy bumped you get a job. You know, why can't they do this? But life is not always that way. Warren's nine luckily, he's enthusiasm and blessings for the papal that poss- by him on what he calls his shift on straight. It's an attitude. He's kept up all through winter. And it makes me a little embarrassed. At my grumblings about the cold. The conditions are on the street are. Actually what you make of it. Probably like everything else in lot. Yeah. Yeah. Well, if you don't put anything in no deposit, no withdrawal. So you have to deposit. Something mind is the better part of my nature that I can rent it to the public looking for the better part of their everyone has shortcomings, and so I don't allow myself to become despondent. You know, because there's no one's fault situations occur, you know, and hopefully interchange DC's men Muriel bowser has a plan to in timelessness, but even a casual visitor to the CD wound notice the tainting Kant's. There's so many people sleeping rough. They stiff competition for the best corners for panhandling. And they divided up into blocks of time during the day. Warren noise, it'll be tough to break the cycle, but he's staying positive and at the very least another winter is close to ending will. There's not enough services as far as getting off the streets concern there available, but it takes on a receive it and tell a lot of people just give up in despair before they have a getting I feel like that sometimes, but I try to fight it and just bear it out eventually being optimistic. Something is gonna change and hopefully foot hopefully for the better because you always same in pretty good spirits when say in the morning. Well, that's something. I have to continue to teach myself. You know, it's not just about individually an individual this about a community. And so if I'm not in good spirits and helping aiding the community, then the community doesn't assists me, and that's not productive. And Warren my hands are getting really cold just holding the microphone out. He so you must be pretty Cain for it to warm up and spring to come as well. Oh care. Wait. I can imagine Kona Duffy they reporting from very chilly, Washington DC.

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"kona" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"kona" Discussed on WTVN

"So as a parent there's a lot of that back and forth. And that's the thing. You know, it used to be just kind of got what you got. Now, it seems like, you know, kids if they want to start driving. They're like what kind of like to have that. Or I want this or here's what I'm looking for. If safety is kind of your thing consumer reports always has the skinny on that in fact later today, they're gonna nounce their top car picks. We know that Subaru was chosen as the overall top brand, they say, they're no longer recommending the tesla model three or the Chrysler three hundred say those cars just aren't reliable declining reliability is what they say. But as far as specific cars of the Hyundai Kona the Subaru accent, and the w x five are right there and a handful of Toyota's as well. So if you're a consumer reports person, and you know, maybe you're thinking time the trade the car in or I want to look and see what the recommending keep your eyes and ears open because that info comes out in earnest later today US China trade reps meeting in Washington today. Trying to de-escalate trade war talk the president, even though you know, they've got March. I it's kind of a deadline. They wanna have things buttoned up. He says it's not a magical date, but trade officials have threatened to enact tariffs on China on that date if they don't get things worked out. So we're keep an eye on that. Pope Francis has gabbling to order a meeting today. Three o'clock, bishops other Catholic church leaders to talk about sex abuse by clergy specific purpose of the four day summit. They're going to talk about protection of minors. The pope is some in church leaders from one hundred plus comp countries and regions. He says he wants to drive home. The message of responsibility, transparency and accountability. And again, I know that's a big job. But accountability is seems to be the thing. They have the most problem with and that seems to be, you know, organization wide because you have problems at the parish level. But then when you know, people up the chain become aware of they just have shifted the people around and kept it, quiet. So that accountability they talk about it from a business perspective. You've got a you've got to own it. You've got to say we're changing here's what we're doing best practice wise, and then you have to be accountable moving forward. So he can get that done. That'd be a huge step for the Catholic church. We also know today a hearing scheduled for marine veteran US Coast Guard Lieutenant his name is Christopher Paul Hassen. He's being called a domestic terrorist is self identified white nationalist court records indicate he says I'm dreaming of a way to kill almost every person on earth. Authorities say they did find a stockpile of guns and ammo in his Maryland apartment. So we'll keep an ear..

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"kona" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"kona" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Get it done. Right. Cool. I have no idea what I'm doing. And I tear it apart. I'm like odd. This is fucking cool. Just taking it apart. Just like, well, you take it apart. You know as kids we torch apart or we built model airplanes it's at mechanical put together take apart. And it's like, okay. This is fucking cold. Metal touching metal in that oil everything about it. Just turn me on immediately. The. Fast forward in Kona. Now, what am I eighteen nineteen years old, and and working like four or five jobs, and there's this old guy driving around in a sixty six alpha Reta that I recognize from the graduate. And a Mr. you wanna buy you want to sell the car? He's like, no, man. It's my car, whatever. But I'm intrigued I'm watching the car. He lifts up the hood. It's missing. It's oil cap right on top of the valve cover, a miss. All you can't find him whatever. So. Few months later. Hey, where's your car? I see him walking around Kona Kona town say, oh, you know, it broke down. Yeah. That's it broke down gave it to the wife, and but she'll probably sell it. Can't get it to run gives me the address I go up there. And this is way up in the hills above Kona, captain cook area and ladies like, yeah. Get this thing out of my fucking garage. Yeah. Fuck him. Fuck this car, and I'm with a buddy and. We push it. We literally push it. Here's the money, and like I'll be back scrounge up the money somehow, rob liquor store and bring back the money. We push the car out can't get its run. There's a there's a condenser in the trunk. I don't even know what it can answer is is okay. Those tools rolling around. Let's put this on to see what happens fires right up we drive away. Nice. And I'm like all Kona back in the eighties that was heaven Virgo without people because now buddy now, we go to Hawaii on one staunches sometimes, and like, the roads themselves are very nice, sure. But there's just so much traffic everywhere that you can't go more than like twenty on the big island super. I can't even fathom that. Yeah. It's crazy. I used to jump in the car and go all the way down the down the Kona coast to get up to get an ATI sandwich. That was my trip. Go the upper road and. Never convertible just in heaven. Yeah. It is beautiful. There's these roads the road along the coaster radical and even the one what's the road that goes up the mountain like this road, the one that goes saddleback that goes through the two volcanoes. Yeah. I did that many times that road rules trae gray road. But you're always thought behind some slow tourists that a Mustang convertible. Yeah. Well, this was back. Then I remember one time we had a friend went to Hilo in the alpha and the duet. Oh, this was before the volcano really kicked off and a military helps they do military maneuvers milk. Telly Terry helicopter is right there on us. And the guys are hanging out going. Yeah. There's just so fucking cool..

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"kona" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:12 min | 3 years ago

"kona" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"So at the press week of the Detroit auto show, they reveal the winners of the twenty nineteen North American car utility, most of his called that SUV and truck of the year awards and were the winners were the Genesis g seventy the Hyundai Kona and Kona e v. And they ram fifteen hundred your impression, I think they got it. Right. I told you weeks ago the Rambo was going to be a shoo-in for truck of the year. The counter we in fact, we've got reviews up the car pro USA dot com on all three of those vehicles. That are very recent g seventy was fantastic to counter was great the ram is unbelievably quiet inside and rats like Lexus. I mean, it's just it's a it's a blow your mind truck. Wow. Yeah. And that's pretty strong words from me. Let's talk to Al in Fort Worth Texas era. Welcome. Are you doing good? How what can I do for you? Oh, jeez. Six. I'm sorry. To seventy equinoxes. To bankruptcy. And. Anyway, I have a. Collection agency. Excuse me. Well, no, they only pay for one year. Forums. In four years. Well, I think it is you're I'm sure the interest rate tie and the shorter the term the less interest. You're going you're going to be paying so. Yeah, I think why would they be so. Well, was the equinox included into bankruptcy. Yeah. It was. Yes. Okay. Well, there's an opportunity here to get their money as opposed to. You just blow them off which you can do. I don't think it's it will affect your ability to purchase cars in the future. And and so I don't think it's a good idea. It shows a lot of good faith for somebody to file bankruptcy. Which I I mean, I totally understand. I've known thousands of people who did it. But you know, they did it. A lot of times. They'll Steph the finance company companies got their car, and nobody touch him for seven years. So. Opposite is true. If you pay them they're going to the next loan that you apply for for a car. They're gonna look and say this guy was in bankruptcy Betty pages car off. And that's the top thing that automotive lenders look for they don't care if you pay your mortgage. They don't care if you pay Sears. But if you pay your car, well, and you have a history of that they'll go with you. Okay. I didn't know whether it is traded in or just. I I would let sometimes what when was the bankruptcy discharged. Now. Okay. I'd I'd give it another year. And and get a good history there, make sure those payments around time and in the future, you ought to be just fine. So what I'm saying? Go ahead and pay the four seven four hundred. Title. Obviously don't agree to anything. You can't do that four hundred is going to stretch you. Then I wouldn't. Yeah. Distress because I'm a social security. So it's a stretch. Well budget together if you could pull it off you'll be better off doing that. I promise you, and I've got some good dealers. That are really good in situations like this when you get ready to car pro USA dot com under certified dealers and take a look sandy in San Antonio, Texas. Welcome. Sandy, are you there? Okay. That's okay. Let's pretend you back on hold on. We'll come back to her in a minute and talk to Dan in Abilene, Texas, Dan, welcome. Hey, how are you? So my question is on the upcoming twenty twenty Lincoln aviator. I guess it debuted at the Detroit the show. Yes. Just wondering on that. One of the options comes with a it's a hybrid. But they're not advertising the mileage so just a little curious as to why. Well, it's real simple. Those things have to be certified by the EPA, and that can't be done as long as the government shutdown. So it is starting to stack up new vehicles that were due out already, but they can't because of the certification and until until this stalemate is concluded we won't see any new product deliveries now. Ator is it's on the same chassis drive trains and everything is a new explore the twenty twenty explore this coming out. So it's vastly different from years past with explore. This explorer is rear wheel drive. They've been front wheel drive since two thousand eleven you can get all wheel drive two by the way, which probably a pretty good idea. But I had I don't know if you're a newsletter subscriber or not, but we had a big article in this week's newsletter about the new twenty twenty explore with a lot of the details now pricing. No fuel economy yet. That will be forthcoming as soon as the government thing is settled. Looks great though. Okay. Well, listen. Thank you. You're more than welcome. Yeah. The new aviator looks really good. And I just had the Nautilus. And it was amazing. I just thought it was fantastic. Really? Did. Let's talk to Charles in Los Angeles. Charles, welcome. Oh, thanks so much. I got kind of an interesting question. I had a Mercedes deal six hundred a couple of years ago. I loved it. I sold it. And I'm looking at an S L six hundred twelve versions anywhere from an old horse and. What's the active body control and had an issue with the sales pitch had to rebuild it? So a costly. But it was a fun car this adopt a daily driver. What do you think of my is this a silly request is now? I don't think. So at all fact, I think that that v twelve would probably still be around if we hadn't seen gas prices, spike. But history wise, I never heard of a of a single problem with that with that vehicle. In fact, I saw one of these cars, sell it was you're looking at the convertible. I think right. That's correct. Yeah. All right. That's. Twenty two thousand eight sedan sell at the auction. Just this week. With six hundred the big one. And I think I don't remember what it brought. But I remember thinking that's a lot of money for that car houses around thirty thousand mile away. But it brought big money. And and I think they always will just because there's never many of them out there. It's got a good clean history report Charles, and if you can find a repair facility besides the dealership that specializes in Reseda, and there's a lot of them out there. Then I think, you know, those little things that do come up just because it's a ten year old car. I think those things do come up you'd save yourself a lot of money, but I'm not going to a dealership with this car, but finding a good Mercedes specialty shop. That will that will you build a relationship with and and trust them. And now, they're honest. But yeah, I know I think I think that would be a fantastic weekend car. I wish I had one myself. I'll tell you that.

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"kona" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"kona" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"On any of the other networks and Robert Dhabi's right in that regard, and that's upsetting that the training command. All they want is votes. All they want us, power and control, the tenants of socialism. Now, you don't wanna miss Brigitte. Gabriel Brigitte Kona what this gal has gone through in her life in Lebanon because she was Christian, and they they didn't accept that. They bombed their home. She spent months months in a hospital, and then she comes to America, legally legally, and she works so hard. She at a riveting story. You don't wanna miss Brigit gave you're coming up. She has that book. It's New York Times bestseller rise in defensive Judeo Christian values and freedom Jeffrey lines, we'll take a break. Lord knows. We need a break. From some of the noise Ray Jeffrey is gonna join us tells what films are out there. Mike Gallagher is gonna preview what's going on. And I wanna thank thank Frankie fibers Moreno, our producer. When I say, you know, we we go talk the day before and say who would you like on the show? And let's chat with people feel if they can make it on the Piscopo show in the morning and very proud to tell you Commissioner James on the New York City. Police Commissioner we are start supporter of law enforcement, and it was a law enforcement appreciation day yesterday. And we just so appreciate our, please. And all the first responders but Commissioner James O'Neill is on the nine o'clock hour and Bill O'Reilly Bill FOX all those years. Now, he's got the no spin news. I'm Bill O'Reilly dot com. And he's got millions of followers man, bestselling author killing the SS is a book you have to read that is so heartening to today, and we're going to get into it with Bill O'Reilly today. And then I say as I'm leaving. I'll get to the guys in the second quarter after seven o'clock seven fifteen with Joe on the radio. Happy friday. Great to have you with us this morning. And then I'm with Don Mattingly out of baseball. Geek, it's I I love baseball. Baseball's the thing L, A hockey. You know, I know we're going to the NFL playoffs. But it's for me. It's baseball. And then when I would see Donnie play..

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