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"l. t." Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Internet itself. Only the network part of an idea address is important. The Internet machines don't care about Your specific computers address. They just need to know what network it needs to go to data will move toward that appropriate network, And once it's there, the host part of the address, then becomes important. It's It's kind of like once you get the mail to the right state, then you need to start dividing it up by a city and thus neighborhood in that kind of thing. I P addresses can be static, which means they don't change or they could be dynamic, meaning they get assigned. Every time the device connects to the Internet. Most devices in the hands of consumers used dynamic I P addresses, and many are connected to some networks or sub nets. Your network's that share a common network address. A single company might use some nets to share a single network address across all some nets, even if they're geographically distant from one another, And that helps conserve the number of network addresses that are generally available. Even so, It didn't take very long for the engineering team to realise that 32 bits was a big limiting factor. And so they set about to solve this problem. Otherwise the world would reach a limit on the number of useful addresses, and no new networks would be able to join the Internet. It would have hit capacity. So with the TV for addresses again, we have little bit more than four billion available ones. Once you take away the ones that have been reserved for other purposes. A billion is admittedly a very large number, but not nearly large enough. Even in the late eighties, early nineties, engineers were saying, this is going to be a problem. Things were changing quickly, and it soon became clear that we'd hit a really crunch with I P addresses. For one thing, there was an emerging trend of moving from an on demand connection to the Internet, too pervasive connections. And by that I mean in the early days, you would typically use a dial up modem to connect to the Internet. And frequently this man that you were engaging your homes one phone line so that you could call up an Internet server and browse the Internet. So you wouldn't stay on it forever because you need that phone line for other things, And frankly, you could end up racking up big charges. If you were on for a really long time, so You would typically hang up when you were done now hang up meant that you were you had just freed up in I P address. You didn't need that I P address anymore because you were no longer connected to the Internet. So even if you had more people than you had I, P addresses. Not everyone was going to be connected. Same time And so I kind of fudged things a little bit. But then we gradually began to move toward more broadband connections using things besides just dial up modems, and we also started make a move toward always connected devices. Now this is even more true today. When you have everything from set top boxes like video game consoles, toe wireless devices like smart thermostats and home security devices Tad in then there's an added problem that any device that has multiple ways to connect to the Internet needs a different IP address. For each of those methods. So, for example, if you have a smartphone that connects to an L T network, as well as to a WiFi router, it has to have an IP address for each of those. Or if you have a laptop that has both a wired and a wireless connection as heaven, I'd be address for each of those so a single device can take up more than one type address. And of course, the other big challenge was that more of the world was going online. The Internet when it first got started, was kind of an exclusive club. Really? Nerdy, exclusive club but still exclusive, but now it was going global. So they were just a lot more people trying to connect in a new method of address Ng was needed in 1995. The Internet Engineering task force developed the successor to IBV for this one was called V six. So that immediately raises a question. Why the heck did we jumped from 4 to 6? Well. What would have been Internet Protocol Five was an Internet stream protocol that was in development as far back as the late seventies. Ultimately, that protocol never rolled out for public use and also was never adopted. A CZ TV five officially, but back then no one was really sure how things were going to turn out. And so they went with HPV six to be safe. It expanded that bit number for addresses from 32 to 128. And they don't look like TV Four addresses, either. An I P V six address consists of eight groups of four x a decimal digits. The hex. A decimal system is a base 16 system. So with a base 10 system you started zero. You go up to nine and then you start over right? 10 is just 10. And then you could go up to 19 which is just 19. And then you start over again. Now you go to 20, which is to zero And over and over again, the hex decimal. Goes up to 16. But you really can't show that using just decimal numerals. It doesn't work that way. So with Hexi decimal you started zero. You go up to nine and then to fill in the additional digits. You use a sequence like a B, C, D, E and F. So In other words, and Hexi decimal. It goes zero to F before repeating. Each hex. A decimal digits in this sequence of 32 represents four bits, also known as A nibble. So while each decimal is an iPod four in a night TV for address represents an octet. Each digit and hex. A decimal address represents a nibble. And no, I'm not making any of that up four times. 32 is 128. So that's where you get the 128 bits. What this means is that the effect of number of addresses skyrockets. If none of the addresses were reserved for special use, you would have 3.4 times 10 to the 38th power of addresses. So what is that in Reald numbers? I'd love to tell you.
"l. t." Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"All right on the Internet itself on Ly the network. Part of a nightie address is important. The Internet machines don't care about your specific computers address. They just need to know what network it needs to go to data will move toward that appropriate network. And once it's there, the host part of the address, then becomes important. It's It's kind of like once you get the mail to the right state, then you need to start dividing it up by a city and thus neighborhood in that kind of thing. I P addresses can be static, which means they don't change or they could be dynamic, meaning they get assigned. Every time the device connects to the Internet. Most devices in the hands of consumers used dynamic I P addresses, and many are connected to some networks or sub nets. Which are networks that share a common network address. A single company might use some nets to share a single network address across all some nets, even if they're geographically distant from one another, And that helps conserve the number of network addresses that are generally available. Even so, It didn't take very long for the engineering team to realise that 32 bits was a big limiting factor. And so they set about to solve this problem. Otherwise the world regional limit on the number of useful addresses and no new networks would be able to join the Internet. It would have hit capacity. So with the TV for addresses again, we have little bit more than four billion available ones. Once you take away the ones that have been reserved for other purposes. A billion is admittedly a very large number, but not nearly large enough. Even in the late eighties, early nineties, engineers were saying, this is going to be a problem. Things were changing quickly, and it soon became clear that we'd hit a really crunch with I P addresses. For one thing, there was an emerging trend of moving from an on demand connection to the Internet, too pervasive connections. And by that I mean in the early days, you would typically use a dial up modem to connect to the Internet. And frequently this man that you were engaging your homes one phone line so that you could call up an Internet server and browse the Internet. So you wouldn't stay on it forever because you need that phone line for other things, And frankly, you could end up racking up big charges. If you were on for a really long time, so You would typically hang up when you were done now hang up meant that you were you had just freed up in I P address. You didn't need that I P address anymore because you were no longer connected to the Internet. So even if you had more people than you had I P addresses. Not everyone was going to be connected. Same time And so you could kind of fudge things a little bit. But then we gradually began to move toward more broadband connections using things besides just dial up modems, and we also start to make a move toward always connected devices. Now this is even more true today. When you have everything from set top boxes like video game consoles, toe wireless devices like smart thermostats and home security devices Tad in then there's an added problem that any device that has multiple ways to connect to the Internet needs a different IP address. For each of those methods. So, for example, if you have a smartphone that connects to an L T network, as well as to a WiFi router, it has to have an IP address for each of those, Or if you have a laptop that has both a wired and a wireless connection as heaven I P address for each of those, so a single device can take up more than one type address. And of course, the other big challenge was that more of the world was going online. The Internet when it first got started, was kind of an exclusive club. Really? Nerdy, exclusive club but still exclusive, but now it was going global. So they were just a lot more people trying to connect in a new method of address Ng was needed in 1995. The Internet Engineering task force developed the successor to IBV for this one was called V six. So that immediately raises a question. Why the heck did we jumped from 4 to 6? Well. What would have been Internet Protocol Five was an Internet stream protocol that was in development as far back as the late seventies. Ultimately, that protocol never rolled out for public use and also was never adopted. A CZ TV five officially, but back then no one was really sure how things were going to turn out. And so they went with HPV six to be safe. It expanded that bit number for addresses from 32 to 128. And they don't look like TV Four addresses, either. An I P V six address consists of eight groups of four x a decimal digits. The hex. A decimal system is a base 16 system. So with a base 10 system you started zero. You go up to nine and then you start over right? 10 is just 10. And then you could go up to 19 which is just 19. And then you start over again. Now you go to 20, which is to zero And over and over again, the hex decimal. Goes up to 16. But you really can't show that using just decimal numerals. It doesn't work that way. So with hex decimal you started zero. You go up to nine and then to fill in the additional digits. You use a sequence like a B, C, D, E and F. So in other words, and Hexi decimal, it goes zero to F before repeating each hex. A decimal digits in this sequence of 32 represents four bits, also known as A nibble. So while each decimal is an iPod, four in a night TV for address represents an octet each digit in a hex. A decimal address represents a nibble. And no, I'm not making any of that up four times. 32 is 128. So that's where you get the 128 bits. What this means is that the effective number of addresses skyrockets. If none of the addresses were reserved for special use, you would have 3.4 times 10 to the 38th power of addresses. So what is that in Reald numbers? I'd love to tell you But the closest I can really get is 340 trillion.
"l. t." Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Mean Joe Martinez are let's talk about the generators I mean talk about generators here for a long long time on the air and I tell ya I now finally somebody is listed and said you know what this gives on to something yeah L. T. generators they are the best band I tell you you have to have a generator because it for a couple reasons one if you have kids and young kids and they have your lectures he goes off then your house can heat up very very quickly to ninety five hundred hundred ten degrees inside so you got to have a generator if you have young kids now if you don't have any kids but you don't want to be a house it's a hundred ten degrees because that will could wipe you out the power companies are going to shut the electricity off when the fire is the crazy this summer like they did last summer there are people in Melbourne member for for five days without electricity well that's why it's a whole house generator I'm I have one I'm gonna have one installed as well from L. T. generators they are your neighborhood emergency generator solution you can literally light up your whole house ten seconds after the power goes off bang it kicks in it's hooked up to the natural gas lines you never run out of gas and boom you're back in business running your air conditioner running your fridge rater your light everything you need the generator and the and I've I recommend L. T. generators all right they are absolutely the best and if your in your bare anywhere in southern California you've got to make sure you have an L. T. generate they've been around since nineteen eighty two one stop shop no more blackouts just dial pound two fifty and say no more blackouts right even yell out you can yell it down to fifty no.
"l. t." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"A. L. T. E. great thanks for taking my call and I like your style by the way I after hearing her detective and that security should I call in I think that they didn't help the misconceptions that you have about officers going to things that they shouldn't be going to motion big city departments have traffic divisions who's the one to go on right tickets and people's meters expiring during traffic stops most most patrol officers like I was called a call to call we don't stop people from voting unless there's an all points bulletin like **** house gets robbed and they see a white van with two individuals will go out one one dispatchers called W. looking for a white van with two individuals and in that proximity and if you happen to be the unlucky person there that you're you're probably going to get pulled over at all and when somebody gets pulled over their plate is always run to see if their wants and warrants and things like that but no officer likes to pull over a car particularly by themselves they can't see people's hands if you know there's been so many officers killed people over thanks you know that would be at war after their probable causes booklet you have to have to stop like a broken tail light or something like that you have to have a probable cause to stop somebody and then like I say Robert Johnson did not do that kind of effect and all police departments have what they call a use of force continue on which starts with psychological and verbal the soft in the hand hard and easy and intermediate which is pepper spray tasers batons and deadly force and for deadly force a half a person has to have the opportunity ability and intent to kill you or someone else and which can only mean you have to have a weapon or something like that or when they have to be assaulted to that point but in the case of that quality hand cut plant face now when the danger to anybody and that's an embarrassment all police officers I think the majority of police officers not the public and the safety of the public and wants to do the right thing they're not there to do that the bad thing you know how much police are vetted to be hired right psychological testing background checks extreme amount of post training if you notice it and they have a criminal mentality maybe that sometimes mental illness caused by post traumatic stress syndrome where some people get that where they get bitter about things but I think the majority officers are doing what he is doing the best they can and like the technician have to wear a wide variety of hats that's all I have to say on the matter well that was a lot and I appreciate the call thank you very much for calling sterling on Sunday my number is eight eight eight six eight eight nine two five eight Jaden is a fifteen year old African American man who's in high school and I talked to Jay and I said how do you view the situation and what what were you taught about how to deal with police officers if they stop you Jaden is going into tenth grade and about one mile from his house this week there was looting and ride and when you found out about the change and how did that make you feel I mean some people are taking advantage of the black lives matter movement and protest to loop but for the most part from what I've heard is their peaceful protests until the police arrive what what do the police do the changes them from peaceful to violence well the police are using tear gas and rubber bullets against protesters yeah you fourteen right fifteen what do you think is the most effective way to communicate the message.
"l. t." Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"L. T. H. right we're talking about the owner of work where and how clothing maker to lose trading now the holding company went public in twenty fifteen the ticker is D. L. T. H. as you mentioned the shares set a record in November twenty sixteen and came close to the peak in September twenty eighteen then the loophole the circuit Thomas shares at a record low in March after plummeting ninety two percent from their twenty eighteen highs and disappointing earnings reports contributed to that decline noble holdings made out better with fiscal first quarter results that came out today while the company's loss doubled from a year ago it was in line with analysts average estimate in a Bloomberg survey in sales fell less than projected is online and catalog revenue rose thirty two percent now the company said all but four of its sixty two stores were at least partially open as of today so it's getting back to business after having to shut down because of the corona virus pandemic then the report said the loophole the shares up as much as twenty five and a half percent the pull back a bit yet they close with a gain of twenty point seven percent and that was the biggest for the stock in six months there's some father's day sales going on right now I like to live trading my husband loves their T. shirts yeah sort of rugged makes me feel so rugged when I put their stuff one little more rugged than I am thank you well like sitting here my like little V. or a T. shirt and my everlane jeans like Duluth trading feels so that just makes you feel like when I went to lift something oh my god nothing to say we've got nothing for him right we got nothing unless you like sangre beavers I mean that's their unofficial mascot you know they came up with that they did ask for their fire hose work pants and said they were quote tougher than an angry beavers teeth Jakes okay well there's a marketing campaign just gonna let that one said there Dave Wilson thank you so much really appreciate it let's get some world and national headlines.
"l. t." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"L. T. two seven nine six four five cross the country ventilators are in short supply and in states with high infection rates officials are leaving no stone unturned in California governor Gavin Newsom says he is not relying on the federal government the national stockpile will be insufficient to provide the ventilators that will need and the ventilators that would be needed for the rest of the country and so that's why we're not relying on the national stockpile in New York governor Andrew Cuomo has signed an executive order allowing the state to take unused ventilators and other equipment from hospitals within the state as travel plans of that parade for millions of Americans airlines are being told to provide refunds not just credits to any customer who wants one the U. S. department of transportation clarifying today rules for passengers seeking refunds for cancelled airline flights because of the corona virus the D. O. T. reiterating that U. S. and foreign airlines remain obligated to provide a prompt refund to passengers for flights to within or from the U. S. when the carrier cancels the passengers scheduled flight or makes a significant schedule change and the passenger chooses not to accept the alternative offered by the Kerrier the refunds must include the full ticket price airlines may not refuse a refund and substituted instead with the voucher or credit for future travel in Washington John decker fox news in other news serious citations have been leveled against a dozen companies in connection with the partial collapse of a hotel under construction in New Orleans last year's mishap killed three workers and injured eighteen others one engineering firm is charged with a willful violation involving the structures design the company through its lawyer adamantly disputes the allegations citing the company's impeccable record and reputation find him so this is Bon this is news radio que L. B. J. now to accu weather for your radar weather watch for today putting it clouds around with occasional rain and thunder through the evening a high of fifty five clouds linger tonight low fifty one I. showers to around tomorrow with clouds temperatures warming up a bit a high near seventy Monday clouds and muggy with a shower or thunderstorm around a high of eighty from the weather center I'm meteorologist bill decker twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty election we need a moderate candidate to be doubtful you've got to be very smart about running this election for it is that we can with before the election never to vote for him in twenty twenty to twenty twenty presidential election year one user K. L. B. J. the following is a paid commercial programming third party rankings are no guarantee of future doesn't success working with a highly rated adviser does not ensure that experience a high level of performance it is not an explicit criteria because clients investments gold the Israelis should not be construed as an endorsement of the advisor by any client generally rankings are based on information prepared and submitted by the adviser statement saying that we told our clients out of the market in two thousand eight referred to recommendations made by I am while employed at eagle strategies LLC the team that manages accounts are the same individuals instability and legal strategies and research from two thousand nine to two thousand eleven A. M. was created in two thousand eleven and uses the same strategy making these rankings is available by contacting advisors LLC it's time for a money matters and here's your host Campbell right we are the skies are sunny an old man depression you are through you have done us wrong well hello hello hello everybody welcome back to money matters which can raise and of course I am your host all right this is the show when we talk about everything and anything in the world of retirement planning we talk about the.
"l. t." Discussed on KOMO
"Fired right up every time even down to thirty forty below we it it you put on special times too we did we we use Nokian Hakka Pelita L. T. three studded snow tires the most important thing about that eighty four package in my opinion having been up there with it is the automatic four wheel drive which simulates all wheel drive and the big deal there is that it maintains your traction and stability controls where when most trucks you put it into four wheel drive it turns off the stability control and that is so important when you're up there on a surface that may change from packed snow to to solid ice to gravel to sin to loose no or maybe list snow on top of ice at any moment and so we we gave that traction control system to work out and we just left it in automatic all wheel drive all the time and hi I'll tell you the other trucks that didn't have that we're having much more problem stand on the road than we did the the the the truck was also comfortable we slept anyone we we end up sleeping in it one night we got to our motel and we called ahead and they said oh yeah sure come on in and we said well we'll be late they said no problem we got there it was tight buttoned up tight cold dark nobody there and so we ended up sleeping in the truck which was actually more comfortable than you might expect he also had to wait for gas stations were open yes on occasion you have to wait for the fuel stations to open stay tuned there's more.
"l. t." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Drops that we have requests for my number's eight eight eight six eight eight W. A. L. T. like a lot of people who are in their late thirties early forties I have a fourteen year old and a seventeen year old and I have an eight year old I'll talk about the eight year old another time but right now let me talk to you about the fourteen year old and a seventeen year old they're both girls M. I don't know what your experience has been but our relationship is very good and then from time to time it goes completely off the rails and they go insane completely insane I'm sitting there you know I'm I'm watching TV watching the new pope I love the new pope I'm watching the millions of you seen that all my gosh oh my gosh this is the story of how in the around nineteen ninety nine anybody who was playing the mega millions game we could win a million dollar game piece in the monopoly game you could win a million Bucks turns out almost nobody could win the top prize is because there was fraud involved that you would not believe not by McDonald's but you got to watch the show it's on the HBO millions let me tell you what I learned you know how your when your daughter's go crazy and they start yelling at you and they say terrible things about you and and you've terrible clothes and we hate to hate living here and I can't wait to leave the house but all you did was say you know could you pick up the style and then they explode oh my gosh were you see I think the boys should leave your room around midnight I think that would be good yeah I'm glad he's in your room at a at home but and that you're not out mmhm but I think you should leave the like you know it midnight oh my gosh you don't Love Me you don't care about me why don't you trust me why don't you trust me you bubble okay you know the speeches you get right when you challenge the slightest little things but it's random sometimes you could say the same thing nothing bad happens well I learned something I learned a tube it's a terrific piece of information because this is true and it works it turns out that as you suspected your sons and daughters between the ages of twelve and eighteen actually between the ages of twelve and twenty has still have reptilian brains much to their brains especially when it comes hitting anger goes into the reptile part of their brain and here's the most amazing part the minute they get angry because they still have reptile brain they can't shut it down it becomes involuntary it just comes out they can't shut it down they can't stop it and how you can stop it and remain friends with your kids and not go into explosion territory the solution is so simple I was amazed so amazed that when I tried it I didn't think it would work but it does work at eight it keeps my relationship with my teenagers terrific and I will share that with you coming up in just seconds how to not get into the explosive fights the running out of the home with your kids I've actually have the answer that's coming up for you on sterling on Sunday.
"l. t." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"A. L. T. eight eight eight six eight eight W. A. L. T. live live live there's nothing else live at this time you think the gold shows the annuity show you think those alive of course not their embarrassments to American radio as we know it no there's James Copeland James Copeland is sitting somewhere in are you in Texas or Kansas tonight James I actually made it back to Canada that after about two weeks I am back in my hometown of Wichita Kansas no my sixteen year old says that Alaska Kansas and South Dakota are not real really yes she doesn't believe they actually exist well you know for a while I never thought main existed but then I finally met someone from there how did you know they were from Maine and not just sent to fool you it could have been better economy problem Maynard so I I suppose you would have to know that too you know be from there coming up in just seconds we're gonna talk to TJ Lubinsky T. look TJ Lubinsky you have seen for the past thirty eight hours on television he's been on every public television station for the past thirty eight hours with his amazing specials and we'll talk to TJ more about that in seconds but now James Copeland is sitting in an RV what year is that are very at the nineteen seventy five Winnebago India have you gotten heat in it I I do have heat in fact I've been using the original Coleman furnace quite a bit but also you know the theaters were quite well as as well are they dangerous they're dangerous if your dog doesn't all right that those but I I try to keep my canine and a fairly shortly what color is this V. eight is that we are a little bit of the payments left on the side and it is the white with the main line green straight as you drive from Texas to Kansas another obscure states are you able to attract positive attention you know every time I'm in a parking lot and I heard the engine up at the gigantic you know VA and you know the heads turn across the parking lot when I heard the thing up uses probably about a gallon of gas you know when you actually start it so yet that does the track quite a bit of attention are you able to sleep without fear because I that's the thing I would always think this is a great idea to sleep in an RV then at some point I would think about I have to fall asleep in this how will how will I feel safe you know Walter I have driven over a thousand miles in the last two weeks and I have been in a Walmart parking lot I have been in state parks I have been in P. trailer parks and I have not felt unsafe for a one minute and you know something you would really like about the RV lifestyle you can go to a restaurant and instead of having to wait in line and you know wait for a table and everything you can go get your food to go you can bring it in the army you can eat it you can take a nap you can take a charity on then you can go back on your way so it is that the perfect American lifestyle I think you haven't got bored or lonely now I've got a I've got a lot lot of folks to talk to and not in a really great people on the road especially a couple named Judy and sherry and they're out there nineteen seventy Fleetwood motor I'm a Texan Automotor omitted the travel trailer but Judy has cerebral palsy and you know the list to get in and out of his trailer and when I I was just can't next time and that he was having trouble with the left so I was able to retarded the wires for him and get him all fixed up and you know we just had a wonderful you know three days just talking to each other and we might even be caravanning in downtown you know the in the coming months email correct the people on the road it really friendly players want to get out there you soldered for him I I got the wires all connected in the right place now is that the term to go R. V. together is that the term no rating is just to get a better picture of banning or like convoying or whatever yeah that would be for when you're actually in a traveling together would you like to make the guests to the mystery voice I think and are a little more confident as he does so and maybe they'll be like you know Hey you want to go out with me and then in England I think it's a bit more like the girls have to say excuse me would you like to go out with me who do you think that is James Copeland in an RV in a parking lot in cancels I hope I'm saying this right is it Jim mela Jimmy L. now what is that is that an additive of some sort I have no idea what you're talking about no would you like to play the high low game of course I guess how much is in the sterling on Sunday jackpot twenty seven percent I'm sorry that's too low I hope you do better next time one more chance for you one more chance for you the from the man who gave us the what to see on video and got over a million views would you like a chance to hit the vocal of course your favorite radio station no you missed it by six seconds James don't use yet that he struck out thirteen hours a week and I meant that by six seconds six seconds but I thank you very much for being a valued already your old phone so you never know no that's no excuse thank you very much for being on sterling on Sunday of being such an important producer and contributor to the show coming up in just seconds TJ Lubinsky brilliant television producer brilliant producer of the best concert you've ever seen on television that's in seconds on sterling on Sunday F. 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"l. t." Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Sort of an unusual name you will have to get up and do my thing he told her to do both music Friday coming to you live seventy five L. T. D.'s he is with me if there are not very like on here stop lucky strike thank you very thank you so much thank you it's alternative what music Friday I and others what we do here very white there and that is loves the man about love story but that most assuredly is backseat jam theme loves to probably we do this every Friday we mix it up and thank you ed thank you his eyes got coffee to this is cool I was watching them back last night on what couple things first of all Donald Trump in Colorado last night burned it to the ground it just keeps getting better and better you know they always say people start out on the campaign trail and they're not that good when they start but they get better as they go trusting great since the beginning and now he's just on fire I mean no no more comment on that but if you're not watching fees residents are rallies of something horribly wrong LRT brought up what's his name last night from ultimate fighting the guy who started Altman fighting who's a good friend of Donald trump's I had no idea this guy started that that's where you put two guys and rang and they beat the crap out of each other I mean real that they're not full around there they're not that gloves on I don't know and up the start of that whole thing out this kind of up a street brawl thing in a cage and what was it like a big city started for like a thirty dollars I had a couple guys to fight and then Donald Trump was the only one that back to him and said let's do this well guess what he sold it for four what did you say four billion dollars I mean some insane amount of money the mother billing or not because and what what he was he was there last night he showed up that's what's so cool about these trump rallies the let them speak trump is a man of the people and we love it but anyway aside from that going back last night I had to catch back he didn't kind of an expose he's so good at this investigative journalism on this coronavirus and he had and the and the the very end in a doctor who's in self quarantine and then after you follow the if if you're familiar Beck's TV show now it goes and then cuts off and then bill may start with another iteration of it and with a group of people but rather than do that get it going to the full interview if you will with this doctor and if you missed it whoa this virus we we are being lied to we are being this is not conjecture conjecture they were talking about in China how this virus is people are being incinerated in great big job with bodies are piling up it's way more lethal in anybody's Tanya but it's not just old young people to die actual doctors that are treating people coming down does and they're not telling you anything about the fact that it is so highly communicable it's it's not like all it's just like the flu does not does not this is this by the way I think they said as an iteration of the Spanish flu killed everybody that flu has always been morphing throughout the whole time and other objects the team was talking about and this doctor talking about how there's no more to be honest and that pretty much but it is not what they're telling you and here's the real bad part about the C. I. A. as bad as as far as having the flu you might survive it whatever but it is locked down our American supply chain meeting things that come from China that we desperately con on we're not going to be getting real soon guess what one of amiss are you on any kind of a medication China produces ninety seven percent of American worldwide medication India produces a great amount to what they get all the materials from China and right now a lot of China is stone cold ghost town people are on the streets they're not allowed to drive you're not allowed to go there other discontinuing pretty much everything so all the medication that you're on right now it's going to be a very expensive very soon and that's if you can get in the first place so Beck show last night was outstanding outstandingly scary you're on the edge alternate about music Friday one.
"l. t." Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Arizona State University offered one hundred percent online tax result two seven nine six four five that's our E. S. U. L. T. two seven nine six four five three take control of your life simply create more time do you apply this to your life professionally or personally about absolutely both there is as many poems and around on your work life as your whole life and you have to the lady the focus of really intentional about every single activity every single one project and pay attention to exactly what you do or what you might get somebody else to that all right they'll give us some examples also so for those who I am one is in smaller or larger companies meetings are one of the greatest time socks in the world and I always say to people but it's very easy to read usual meeting time by seventy five percent he cut her off will meetings are not needed they could have been communicated via an email or wasn't really anything much to communicate will discuss and then all of those meetings are needed you any harm to the people in the room and let you create a seventy five percent with the option in your meeting investment and meetings have become the Bombay to route of attacking people's calendars in every country in every business and they kind of just take over when they really don't need to you've got a really be reflected by what you cut back and how you get your meetings back being productive impact being focused I think they had many many workers would agree with you but perhaps not as many managers how do you get them to turn that around price you know I I speak to a lot of conferences and events and when I asked that question the by reducing your meeting by seventy five percent everybody knows that I think people get stuck in to have it and they get to really question is this the right use of time and you know I think the managers you know what would you do if you know your order your seo give you an extra twenty percent of resources may immediately come out with all these incredible things mean vestments and ideas that happens when you condition it that way and then say some will this is how you get more time back from your team I am fine with managers at all levels really to embrace this idea of a full fledged anything that gives people back time we're speaking with them all right leadership consultant and author of valve how do you reduce the distractions in your everyday life to save some time the first thing you have to do is really pay attention to the technology that you have and you know if I find something and that we will be very easy for my walks to be posing for my friend to give be giving me notifications for my computer on my desk to be giving me call notifications what you have to do is just stop and say where only input because it's like the equivalent of what we used to see in our office and only get a knock on the door or a male and a lot and I mailbox we allow digital knocks on the door ensure all day long all weekend long and what we have to do is stop those knocks on the door so you have to turn off the notifications you have to not be stacked in your inbox all day every day you know if you only check your email three or four times a day and the rest of the time you switch off line so you can actually create work can get work done rather than responding to work that's another way that you can avoid the distractions will turning off we'll notifications deleting the app on your phone that might be interesting but not helpful particularly if you're on a deadline and pay attention to the things that distract you and when you go when you get distracted and eliminate those things because you have formal controlling choice than you might realize with these distractions tell you suggest that sometimes we need to kind of distance ourselves from our friends how can we do that without hurting someone's feelings it's a controversial but essential reflection everybody needs to make and you know particularly you know when you think of appointing so precious you have to ask yourself when you're home at spending the weekend or you're spending an evening with someone do they energize you and make you happy or does not insurrection fill you with what you have to be either do is is just make choices and and say okay I'm going to choose to spend more time the disbursement you know maybe I'm I'm gonna see this person left so maybe I'm not going to see them again it's this weekend's Jennifer gushing go with leadership consultant Val right author of thoughtfully ruthless the key to exponential growth twenty one minutes after the hour on this weekend coming up next to protect resolutions for the new year.
"l. t." Discussed on WTVN
"Music bed by the drive by truckers let there be rock if you ever see won the Camaro out on the L. T. B. R. let there be rock that's Joe Cornelia driving around I two seventy so let's talk about town hall Ohio and how it got its start because this was all part of farm bureaus vision not only to to build partnerships but to build relationships with the very hungry but yet Kurt curious consumer absolutely because we know a lot a lot of our tools are communications tools were internal facing up you had to be a member to get our high magazine or book a farm news so and then we pitched the idea of town hall high a reaching out to the general public helping them learn more about farm bureau and and learn more about agriculture and farm years way of doing business is always bent to form a partnership so one of the shows I think shows a good example of that couple years back Liljana Esposito who's the communications person for Wendy's she and I recorded a town hall Ohio it live in from about four hundred farmers and ag day four beers missions working together and ms Esposito talks about what working together looks like in the food space we take very seriously the role that we play and feeding families and I know that you all do as well and the difference between Wendy's and many of you in this room is that we get to talk to those consumers every single day and so they tell us what they think about the food that you produce they tell us what they would like to see and that food and they tell us what they would like to see changed and so I think the the role that we can play is as a communicator to the consumer about the value that you bring but also a communicator back to the production community about what the consumer is asking us for the Wendy's brand it's important that you take the steps the protected do you think that applies to agriculture as well do we need to make sure that the the general public has this over all brand the MH of food producers in Ohio let's favorable I do I think it's critical and we've seen a lot of research and and maybe you've seen it here as well the the the image of the farmer and particularly the American farmer is a very very positive and the image of for instance veterinarians that may may care for your animals of your livestock producer very very positive the the challenge comes in that because so few consumers are connected to the farm anymore I mean there's that you're single digit percentages of the American public that has any connection to agriculture they don't necessarily know that what you do is farming and it may not match their perception of what they think farming is which typically is a much smaller scale kind of old fashioned idea of how they how they think it should be and so you have to play a role in educating them about why you do the things that you do how you do it to improve safety to improve quality why in some cases a more modern approach is better and why in other cases it might not be and so that really is a critical role that and you are the only ones that can do it you're the only ones that can bring your story to the public and it's hard because you're busy you are up at the crack A. thon you are working your farms every single day and you're taking care of your families in your taking care of your communities and so to add extra time to educate a consumer that you don't necessarily see everyday is hard but really I think it's the only way that you can increase awareness and understanding of what you do for a living we are to the point now Joe in society where for some people their closest look at a farm is through the Wendy's drive through and that's why those partnerships are so important partnerships with restaurants partnership partnerships with business his with consumers with politicians as well in those politicians have worked with us over the years to get some policy done on behalf of our farmers and they understand the importance of organization as well one of one of the most will make the back of the hair on the back of my neck raised to be perfectly honest tie this back in twenty sixteen we had all of our presidents in DC for the annual lobbying trip and Jon banner who at the time was still the speaker of the house like he had done for us except that couple of decades actually speaker banner hosted farm Pierce county presidents and it was a moment for me and I think everybody to remember when the man who is third in line for the presidency told the story of how Ohio farm bureau help launched his career in politics September of nineteen eighty one I was running for township trustee in.
"l. t." Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Laser therapy or L. L. L. T. acronym for short this is something is becoming more more popular because people do not want to swallow risky pharmaceuticals they don't want to suffer with their musculoskeletal pain in their body their aches and pains they want something to be done and I have actually written probably about three articles on this so far for healthy living magazine so if you want to check that out and go back into their archives and take a look at those articles on low level laser therapy and how this red a light therapy is being used in applied of for a variety of maladies and conditions skin being one of them and skin challenges and also musculoskeletal conditions that's there on Facebook this last week check it out and in addition to that and it's always interesting how the flow of information occurs when it's of interest in and some people just stay in the ignorance is bliss and I have to disclose from the outset that I have a smart phone and I try to avoid contact with it as often as I can and I never put it up to my head unless it's an absolute emergency and I just can't find those times I use a speaker phone or a wire to it but if you have a smartphone like I do you should read some information about the fact that smart phones may leak harmful radiation and it talks about the fact that the Chicago Tribune it did an investigation about iPhone seven and also I believe it was a Sam song product as well and how the there's a possibility that skews me that there is eight leaking a lot of information above and beyond what the manufacturers of these cellphones apple and Samsung our reporting and there's now been an investigation about it it's coming to the surface alerting consumers and I think it would be and this is a somewhat breaking news it would be important for you to take a look at that if you have a Sam song or an I phone seven and how these a radio frequencies in coming out of there at the level in which they are are possibly carcinogenic and I realize it sounds pretty controversial because there's been so much information and conjecture about ours are cellphones contributing to the rise in Leo blast alme brain tumors and other parts and I you know I I've since I've told you on this radio show numbers of times that I know many people who cannot have cell phones up against their heady they start having headaches and they get weird sensations in their brain me being one of them my sister in law being another one and I know a number of other people are in the same boat I guess some people are are Bolivia say may have the kids I don't know issue you certainly should never allow child to put a cell phone up against their head because of their the thickness of their skulls last the radiation had it will impact them that to a greater degree and in the article that I posted up on Facebook this last week about smart phones and the fact that they may leak radiation and of course nobody wants to read it as they know they're not going to change your behavior when it comes to smartphones there too much fun hi I'm telling you it's always amazing when I see that okay so let me see this with this should really rock the Facebook this should go viral not because people look of a god out now you're not gonna talk me out of changing anything to do with my Facebook it's way too much fun I don't care if I grow tumor tomorrow and I'll put that baby in there I I'm I'm exaggerating their little bit but what I also provide is how to protect yourself from cell phone radiation a whole list of information that I think would be good for you to read too good to know about if you have one like I do and then go from there now also this last week we allow the health poll question to run I think all the way up until Friday last week we announced a conta somewhat controversial health poll question related to what the Attorney General of the state of California is doing with the doctor a medical doctor who is being accused of over prescribing opioid drugs unnecessarily prescribing opioids drugs and that this particular doctor has been charged with murder for patients they are alleging this doctor killed with opioid drugs and to the results of that poll are in and we're gonna I'm gonna share those with you after this short break but before I do that I wouldn't give you more information about the Attorney General of the state of California and this doctor and why somebody finally grow sat and is doing something about the opioid crisis in America which is in large part due to the over prescribing of certain individuals within the medical.
"l. t." Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I could use a few weeks ago right down to no talk to what is a body feeling pretty good I was going to say you know what we do get sixty seal your body I guess I'm looking forward to it for I hear it's better than the alternative there's only two younger players than you in the pro football hall of fame trip and read just a couple months younger than you L. T. L. C. the year young right that's what he wanted pretty sweet well you know you get into your first year you probably gonna be one of the youngest no doubt want to ask you for let you go for fans back in different listening to us what what keeps you busy nowadays what do you what you got going on a little like you Dave trying to do a little business internet you know what thing I realize you know since I've left the game is you know athletes we don't really understand the value we have no after did some understand that learning more about business I'm able to put myself in position to monetize the net value in it you know it's not like you're taking advantage of anything like okay this is what we're worth you need to know it and and utilize and really trying to educate other got to do the same you know gas think they need somebody for something well you really the one that's opening doors and creating things at least understand them the walking for that you know how many family members here for this induction on Saturday roughly forty eight that's just family friends I would say we probably total over ninety yeah it does it out and I left a lot of people out you know I hated to do it but I couldn't invite everybody was a man I know I know your time is valuable here we appreciate it thank you there were probably a thirty after graduation I great great.
"l. t." Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Top rated among the obese. Area now what is your dilemma this week? Walter, my dilemma is as follows. We get a wedding invitation. The whole family wedding is a couple of weeks away. My daughter goes out and buys address. She thinks it's the best thing she's ever worn. She loves it. She thinks it's flattering. I think it is absolutely horrific. It doesn't do anything for her. She's fighting a little bit as far as the weight situation is concerned, I think this does nothing but exacerbate of that look on her and I don't know what to tell her. I here's my dilemma. What do I tell her? I think that address looks absolutely horrible on her. She thinks it looks great. The wedding is still a couple of weeks away. I'm trying to save her. I want to tell her to go get something else. It just looks awful. It end to frame it. How old is your daughter? My daughter is thirty one help Gary with his dilemma. What does he say to his daughter about a wedding dress? He thinks looks horrible for the wedding. It's not the bride stress. It's a dress for eight eight eight six eight eight wwl TV what should Gary say to his grown-up daughter? He doesn't like the dress. Eight eight eight six eight eight. W. A. L T, this disturbing on Sunday. CBS radio.
"l. t." Discussed on The Tech Guy
"The is complicated in order to do it. Right. You need to watch YouTube video or go to I'm more dot com. They have a video there that gets the timing. Just so I wouldn't do it unless you've already eliminated all other options the phone reset. You did. So we don't have to worry about that. I try to static IP address. Okay. Make sure the router from whereas updated. What brand of router is it? It's a link. I guess made by Cisco dad's pretty old, and yeah might be worth getting a better router. But only after you exhaust all these other ones. And and it really could be the iphone itself. It could be got to lemons in a row though. Of course, the fact that you've got a new one, and it's still doing it makes that less likely, obviously. All righty. I'll give that a whole bunch of stuff to try. Do this guy p address that's often the best way. You're welcome. Okay. Take care take care. Yeah. So I L T works out there in the data world. That's a good sign. That means usually well, mayor antennas are working so forth. Radios are working why fireworks? But it just dies out and rebooting the router rebooting the phone or turning wifi on her off works to me. That tells me it's the phone is forgetting it's internet address and needs to refresh it, and so that's why setting if a permanent might help. Our show today. Brought you are podcast today. Brought to you as always by those great folks at fresh books the ridiculously easy to use all in one accounting solution. That leaves the cloud tell you the small business.
"l. t." Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"So I knew how to get there from point a to point b it's win win. They wanna do things on their own. And they say, you know, what I'm gonna take this disrobed. I'm gonna take this road to the right? When the GPS is not saying take the road to the right? Stay stay on. The course stay the course another twenty two miles stay. The course is when players wanna veer off take their own directions. Take a right, and they take a left. I don't think I'm gonna go through this town, and they get there, and it's a real block. The roads have been washed out, and they took the wrong route you've been talking about with your with people with their health is staying the course being consistent everyday. You don't have to get in shape overnight. It's all about staying the course in doing a little bit every day going a little further every day to get from point to point B. And if they will follow my GPS, entrusted entrust this process, and I told them this. I said, I'm not promising. You is going to be easy. I'm promising you is going to be worth it. And if they will trust that we'll get there have the faith to call forth, the things that do not exist as if they do I think that scripture that you refer right there. You gotta call it ahead of time. You gotta speak words of life. What type of words of life eagles speak to your players here? Well, for one is once again, we gotta have our priorities in order. And I think a lot of our guys have had the number one priority in order. I think we do have a team that has a pretty good level of faith in. We wanna definitely infuse even more that into our team and trust and what state trust our new staff. Did we do know the direction and getting these guys to championship and allowing us to leave? Feed them, and allowing us to correct them and hold them accountable. Because like I said, he's not going to always be easy. It's not always going to be fine. But it's part of the process to get to a championship. Coach welcome to AP university. He's going to have a great success. I think you we wish you all the best of luck. Thank you for the investment that you made a particularly in my son already. I've already Amari starting to see some fruit from that him, and I communicate pretty regularly and he's really excited about the opportunity to play for you. Opportunity to coach as well as the rest of these guys excited about getting out in the community even here in Nashville, and and spreading the gospel about Austin P because I really think we got some things happening. There's going to be special if you chance following me at AP coach. So you can keep up with some some some of the great things we're doing it all should be football. Thanks for being on with coach listened to the L T three sixty coaches health show, where we educate.