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"nagai" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"And Aaron, there's a lot of us, including me. Mark, wait till you at least get to 65. Once you get Medicare, Medicaid, it'll all be taken care of, Aaron. But that's not necessarily true, right? Medicare is fantastic if you're going to have broken bones or a simple heart attack or something a that doctor can give you a pill for or give you a bandage or a brace or a surgery. Once you start getting to the point where you need daily help, Medicare is more or less useless and still provides some great benefits for the health issues that come up. But it doesn't do anything to help with giving you a quality of life when a doctor can't charge you a bunch of money to fix what's wrong with you. And went I through this with my own father because of a mishap and he ended up in a care facility and then all of a sudden, you know, we were called to a meeting at the facility and they said, OK, Mark and brothers and sisters of Mark, the so -called coverage is going to end here. We didn't know finances here. If we want to keep George a little bit longer for rehab. And we were looking at each other like what burden time for the family. We don't know what's going to happen. I'm not going to be able to help. I'm not going to be able to help. I'm going to be I do with our clients' family meetings. We establish a plan with the people who are going to be retiring or that need the help. But it doesn't do any good if the family doesn't know that what plan is. So bringing the family together, making sure that everybody understands what they or want siblings, in some cases, what the siblings want and making sure that everybody knows the plan and can follow the plan is essential. You bet. OK, Aaron, we're going to take a quick break. You hang on. We'll get more with you here as you sitting in for Rajeev Nagai, elder attorney here who has been here to plan out retirement. Real quick, some seminars here, some workshops, if you want to work at a better plan here or see if yours is doing fine. Don't forget the dates of October 12th in Redmond, also October 14th in Federal Way. Rajeev Nagai, a chair of Aging Options will have a seminar also or workshop, Bellevue on October 17th. Easy to sign up. Just get to the website here. You're going to a lifepointlaw com and just register so he knows how many people are coming. This is where you can really have a look at your retirement plan here or get new some ideas. You will walk away with a lot of notes. Again, lifepointlaw .com Aging Options continues at here Northwest News Radio. The buck doesn't stop here. Hi, this is Rick Fancise, program and news director for Northwest News Radio letting you know that you can learn more by going to agingoptions .com. For blogs, videos, and the Aging Options portal, visit agingoptions .com for blogs, videos, and the portal. Truth be told, most of us procrastinate comes when it to retirement planning. And those of us who do take time to plan are relying on the traditional and outdated retirement planning tools. Using outdated retirement planning tools can turn our retirement dreams of travel, playing golf, family camping trips into a disaster of losing assets to uncovered medical expenses, being pushed into institutional care settings, and leaving loved ones in total despair. You can avoid turning your retirement dream into disaster by using a safe harbor trust, crafted by attorney Rajiv Nagayesh. Join Rajiv at his next free workshops, October 12th in Redmond, October 14th in Federal Way or October 17th in Bellevue. Register for Rajiv's free in -person workshop at LifePointLaw .com. That's LifePointLaw .com or call 253 -838 -3454. That's 253 -838 -3454, 253 -838 -3454. That's LifePointLaw .com. Northwest traffic
"nagai" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"To answer your rajiv nagai is here aging options 206 -644 -6009 again that's 206 644 -6009 more to come here aging options here on northwest news radio hi it's rick fance ice program and news director at northwest news radio thanking you for listening to aging options for more great articles to help guide your future go to aging options dot com that's aging options dot com and select blogs the under free learning center tab aging options dot com truth be told most of us procrastinate when it comes to retirement planning and those of us who do take time to plan are relying on the traditional and outdated retirement planning tools hi christopher it's mark right here to announce the next free retirement planning workshops by attorney rajiv nagaya you know using outdated retirement planning tools can turn our retirement dreams of travel playing golf family camping trips into a disaster of losing to uncovered medical expenses being pushed into institutional care settings and leaving loved ones in total despair you can avoid turning your retirement dream into disaster by using a safe harbor trust crafted by attorney rajiv nagaya join rajiv at his next free workshops october 12th in redmond october 14th way or october 17th in bellevue register for rajiv's free in -person workshop at lifepointlaw .com that's lifepointlaw .com or call 253 -838 -3454 that's 253 838 -3454 253 -838 -3454 northwest traffic
"nagai" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Saw a PBS TV show on retirement planning named happily ever after with Rajiv nagai. It made me realize that my retirement plan did not protect my assets from uncovered care costs. Becoming a burden or ending up in a care facility if I felt ill. I needed to find a way to protect myself. So I attended one of Rajeev's workshops and learned how to close the gaps in my planning. Now I sleep better at night, so can you, whether you're retired or just thinking of retirement, you want to plan to succeed, not to fail. Rajeev's educational workshops are a great first step to get you started on that plan to succeed. This is Rick fans thanks announcing the next life point lie educational workshops with elder law attorney Rajiv nagaya. Join regime for the next educational workshop Tuesday, may 9th at the life point law campus in Federal Way, or Thursday, may 11th, at the lacy community center, sign up by going to life point law dot com, or by calling two 5 three 8 three 8 34 54. Two 5 three 8 three 8 34 54. Are you always running late because you can't seem to find your favorite shirt or pair of pants? Maybe you're sifting through piles of clothes. Tim and his team at creative closets can help you get organized and out the door on time from master walk in closets to kitchen pantries, messy home offices and garages, the creative closets team can conquer any space. In your first meeting in just 60 to 90 minutes, creative closets will do a complete wardrobe analysis, then they'll design your custom closets and show you 3D renderings right there in person. In less than 90 minutes, you'll get beautiful, permanent storage solutions that fit within your budget and on install day, the team shows up with everything they need to install your closets in just one day. Call this month and creative closets will knock 30% off your entire project. That's right, save 30% off, schedule your free in home design consultation today, complete with 3D renderings of your new closets. Go to creative closet organizers dot com. That's creative. Closet organizers dot com. At coker from West Coast men's health, I'm proud to let you know that nationwide, our clinics have a 4.7
"nagai" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Low 50s. Very likely tonight turning to showers late with a low in the upper 40s, our weekend begins with some showers, a high near 60 on Saturday Sunday, partly sunny skies after morning clouds with a high in the low 60s, right now in downtown Seattle, some light showers here and there, most of the cloudy skies and 48°. It's 5 56, and that's time for light beat. Here's Marina rockinger. You have probably heard of osteoporosis, but are you fully aware of what it is? It's a disease that weakens bones, which can lead to big problems. Geriatrician doctor ardashir hashmi says some people don't even know they have it. Unfortunately, most people find out the hard way. They have a fall, they don't think that they ever broken anything before and they say, well, the fall wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. I didn't think I would get these fractures and there they are with a fracture. By definition that fragility fracture is you have osteoporosis. Doctor hashmi says the good news is that osteoporosis can largely be prevented by eating foods that have calcium to help support bone health. Supplements like vitamin D help as well and exercise is a big factor in preventing the disease. For some people, it's actually even water type of exercises. So aquatic therapy or swimming. But that gives you more aerobic sort of exercise. The resistance does come though, and it actually comes from the counter pressure of the water. Marina rockinger, northwest, news radio. Top stories of the morning coming right up, it's 5 57. With retirement on my mind, I've been working my retirement plan for a few years now. And I thought I had all my boxes checked, and then I saw a PBS TV show on retirement planning, named happily ever after with Rajiv nagai. It made me realize that my retirement plan did not protect my assets from uncovered care costs. Becoming a burden
"nagai" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"The number to call 206-421-5666. Two O 6 four two one 5 6 6 6 and Craig, I will admit you are the first person in all my time in radio who was actually been kind enough to let the person behind you go in front of you as if you're holding the door open. So I would appreciate that, Craig. And now is your time. Welcome to the show. Thank you. I was in line at the bread peddler there in Olympia, and it was busier than I expected. Do you want some help with your taxes? What's she got is three years in a rows worth of W twos. What do I do with them? Do I file ten 40 X for those back years Wow, that's a good question and the short answer to that one is if I was doing this tax return, somebody walked up to me as a professional and said, would you do the tax return? I would basically the first thing I want to do is to file and get it transcript for this person. So I know not only did what other income has been reported to the IRS. And then once I know the dollar amount that is involved, then I can decide as to whether I would need to do ten 48, ten 40 EZ, ten 40 X, that's what would tell me as to what I would need to end up doing. So I think be sure that you first understand what income you're going to be dealing with, and then hopefully she can help you establish what deductions whether it's going to be just a simple form. She's going to take the standard deduction whether she's going to buy my deductions. That's where I would start. It's going to be standard deduction, but it's three years in a row. They didn't send her a W two for a couple of years. Now the business closed at the end of this last year. They sent her three years worth, I don't know why she waited to do anything about it. And so did she file a return of any sort in during that time? No. She didn't. So then ten 40 X will not apply it. And 40 X is really an amendment, right? I mean, when you're trying to go in a vendor, that's when you fill that form out. So if you have any file that you'll have to go ahead and deal with it, and you can count on it, that at first blush the iris is going to say you're going to pay interest in penalties for not firing taxes if there are taxes due. And you should be able to get out of the interest in the penalties by making a showing that this was beyond her control. The employee had not given her the W twos. So you should be able to go ahead and get that done. You know, if you get stuck with any of this, you might want to think about calling the University of Washington, school of law, their tax clinic. Okay. They have a very robust clinic up there. When I was a student, I was, that's where I cut my teeth on tax law and to file hard to file tax returns. You got students to do it free for low income people, and they have a sliding scale if somebody has income, they can take that on. And just work there. I think that will be a good place for you to start. Hopefully that answers your questions. Yes, it does. That's an excellent place to start. Thank you very much. Okay, great. Hey, listen, thank you so much for the call. And a John Craig. All right, thank you. You bet. Those students are brilliant. Yeah, no, that's a great mention that Rajiv, again, you dub, shout out to those huskies. They're great. All right, again, here is the number to call two O 6 four two one 5 6 6 6. In the meantime, Rajiv, we do have a couple more minutes in this segment. And I want to ask you, when we get back getting back into this estate planning question that we have, or the theme of a state planning, I should say, what do people do wrong when it comes to a state planning? Well, they don't do the estate planning. That's one of the biggest mistakes that people end up making. I'll get to it. I'll get to it. And many times people don't get to it. The ones who do get to it, they forget to update it, right? So we had a caller calling saying that, you know, my nieces have not grown up. They don't need the money. So that means that Bill needs to be updated. And about every four or 5 years, you should be doing it. So those are the more obvious ones, but the real mistake that people end up making is thinking that just getting a form is what I need. I need a document called power of turning. I put the names and phone numbers and it's got a lot of gibberish up here. It'll empower my agents to go and do everything. And I'm saying, no, no, no, no, no. You need to kind of think about what you're doing. That's the problem that we become a nation where we want cheap, inexpensive, simple, easy to digest answers. That's a huge problem. What is the point of a power of attorney? I don't want to become a burden on someone. So how do you write a power of training? Well, I mean, it's pretty simple. My name is Rajiv nagai. I'm married to my wife. I have three children. If I become ill, I appoint my wife to be my agent. And if my wife is not there for any reason she can't take, then I appoint my children in some order to be my agent. Okay, so you got the power of turning is done. You feel good about it. You paid nothing. You paid a little bit money for the whole thing and got it done. Okay, good job. Now you fall ill. What are you going to ask your child to do? What do you think when you are no longer able to marry the finances of child will do? Well, pay taxes manage my money, take care of my house, pay my bills, take care of the car of the cards falling apart. If I have a business go shut the business that do everything that I was doing. And you don't want to become a what? Do you hear that thunderous, this is absolute chaos that you're going to create in somebody's life? A typical part of journey is a guarantee that you will not be a burden to anyone. Other than the people you're going to name in the document to those people you are guaranteed to be a burden because your power of attorney generally does not have any details about what the agent is supposed to do. What you need to do prepare is not just a power of attorney, but a manual of instructions. A manual that guides the person who's going to use the power of turning. That's the single biggest mistake people make. Tarek? There you have it. Again, if you want to hear regime the guy at a seminar in person, he's great over the air. But he's better in prison. Let's be honest. These seminars are the best way to take in this information. And they're free, and they are enlightening, to say the least. And they're happening three next month, Saturday March 11th, at 11 a.m. in Federal Way, Tuesday, march 14th, at 6 30 p.m. in Bremerton, as well as Thursday, march 16th, at 6 30 p.m.
The Murder Case of Yvonne Layne: Searching for the Star Witnesses
"At this point. I've been in touch with david thorne for nearly two years. David has been in prison for twenty two years for allegedly murdering his ex girlfriend yvonne lane on march thirty first nineteen ninety nine since then david has adamantly proclaimed his innocence and the bizarre murder case and conviction has been featured on multiple news tv e programs and so for the past two years. I have been consumed like dwayne poelman. Warned would happen and so i decided to finally enlist the help of professional private investigators. John harden danny wexler and jason baldwin from the west memphis three and his organization proclaimed justice so back on the ground in ohio. We continued our search for chris. Campbell remember john. And danny thought rose and chris were the most key people in this entire investigation chris and his girlfriend rose. Were the star witnesses at trial. Twenty-three-year-old rose an twenty one year old. Chris both testified at trial. They said they saw joe at the carnation mall around closing. They said he told them he was in town for a job and they said that job was to kill a girl. The card joe allegedly wrote his phone number on for. Chris was presented at trial to prove that joe was there with them the native the murder and at this point. We don't really question that they were all there together but what happened while they were there is what we wonder about by trial three months after the murder some details of what they remembered changed from what they'd set in their initial statements and then a bit more change between those statements. The time they took the stand six months after that rose initially said joe was in white pants and a white track jacket by trial. The pants were black. Rose also said that. The knife that joe showed them was definitely not a pocket knife. She said it was an eight inch knife in a sheath by trial it was a pocket knife. We tried to find rose on our first trip because we had many questions about her statement. We wanted to know why it changed and also about something. She told police in her tape statement. Because i'm scared for my life. Because chris campbell for me if i said anything he met me. And that's why i've been scared. His oliver nagai as race. People do things when they're scared. Like sometimes people lie and we wondered. was it possible. She lied
"nagai" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"These are even alexandrian. Mean our devalue out in from hilltop one of her people karez left megan to be with her. Like you know that you're leading your watching your people get fucked up and killed for what how you even getting the supplies back at this point right at anyway out in maga- she's okay and she's like dylan nigga. Yeah i'm fine. He's like no. I mean 'cause knee in our head but he's like knowledge ritchie told her you're not making good decisions because you're fucking worried about me. Don't worry about me which artist says. I'm not talking about that just you got back. The hilltop is burned to the ground. Alexandra overrun this can't be what you thought you were returning to as she basically says not much disappoints me anymore. Not much surprised anymore. They talk about a kid. She says nopd. She's not much surprised herschel because he's had spider so you know he got high expectations either. Talks about adam. His baby He starts to say something about you. Know if i died until adam and she cuts him off like you're going to get back and we'll tell them when we get back and we'll be fine at in nego walks up to a dead burned body now. Zombie which means it was burned alive would assign above it every judas. That's never look the reapers. Did somebody betrayed somebody. Somebody did because then jal almost like it was about the off. Yes something it got fucked up and then convenient zombies you know just doing whatever convenes obviously to do. Y'all know how they get down but the convenience zombies that were in the woods suddenly decide to all grew up together and attack at the same time and this is win. Agatha gets bitten and maggie tries to run back and save agatha and has the push maggie away. Because it's too late and she's like go. Nagai's to drag maggie away and then they take auden and help him limp off to tour away almost like no way. She's going to survive. That and honestly i have been with. Maggie says last week. This was the high of pissed. Were maggie. because that's shit. She did with gauge was so quick and calculating and cold and was like the logic says she turned into a for invoking. The logic dictates that we cannot save them. And they just mooed fucking all right and then when it comes to her folk though she been try save everybody inconvenient as book out in should've been left behind then maybe they could've stashed him somewhere and said look we'll come back if we survive this year. We'll come find you in this hour and you know and try to save. You know we're going to let this. Negative miles. agatha gives bitten is oval. Shit is a raptor agatha. No i gotta try to say you're literally yelling at megan to let her go so she could get bit trying to save. This girls already been bitten..
"nagai" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"They've been saying this and we're still almost twenty percent away of being a couple of weeks ago that seventy percent of the population was vaccinated. But it was only like the only guy like one shot or something like that. Not that was a certain stance. I think that was almost new jersey or something like that was just biden. Said that that was on the only a certain state. I could've been real. Well the thing is that a lot of a lot of our population is even eligible to get vaccinated. Because if you're under twelve you can't so i don't see how that's going to be possible until that's available for everyone right. Virginia is also set to remove richmond lease statue. And that is supposed to be happening tomorrow more than one hundred and thirty years after it was built as a tribute to a civil war hero. He is widely seen as a symbol of racial injustice and according to state officials. That is gonna come down this week. There governor said this is an important step and showing who we are and what we value as a commonwealth so that is on top of a granite pedestal. Nearly two Which is in the mind on monument avenue so if announced plans to take the statue down since last year in june and they announced that ten days after george floyd died under the knee of a minneapolis. Police officer the plans for more than a year by two lawsuits that were filed by residents. Who are opposed to the removal but rulings last week by the supreme court of virginia cleared the way for that statute to be taken down. So tomorrow is the day definitely right. Got to go right. And that is what we were talking about. The cdc showed that seventy us adults have had at least one shot of a kobe. Nineteen vaccine right so for fully vaccinated. It's only fifty three percent. But they said i think is sixty two percent of the population who is eligible to get have gotten it but fifty. Three percent of the population in general are fully vaccinated. Right at. is your front page news. All right now where we come back rest. In peace to michael k williams. He passed away yesterday. He was he was found so he came a couple of years ago. And i think this is one of his first interviews on a breakfast club and he just talked about his starred in and getting into character and getting out of character and he breaks down a last. We're going to get that back on the week. Comebacks don't move. It's the breakfast club. Good morning the breakfast club morning. Everybody is e. j. n. b. angelini. Sholom nagai guy. We are the breakfast club again. Arresting piece. To michael k williams. He's been on the breakfast club of bunch of time so we wanted to get back a interview when he wanted first time. She came on and talked about how we gotta start and some of the roles he plays. Let's get into it now again. Rest in peace. To michael k williams. Is the breakfast club. Good morning we got a special guest in the bill and one of the most underrated actors in the business. I would say all right. Mr michael k williams you more good morning one. Glad you made it up because he felt like he was ducking us. I'm not gonna lie. You listen to the. I heart at wherever i go i listen. I've listened to you guys. I swear to god everything. I love in london on the set of assassins creed. Y'all keep me grounded man. I listened to all your interviews man. Whenever i can wherever any part of the world where i can get the iheart app. I listened to it. Thank you having the conversation one morning when justin bieber said he didn't want to play a gero gero right right. Well i missed that. We've got your name. Because i was like. It didn't hurt. Michael k williams when he played omar like. Yeah i mean you know. I come from a you know it was due a die brooklyn prices about issue what you can from the different era. We didn't have social media back their pop at any reservations about playing the roll man. Listen i have reservations about not eating. I found something in life that that i gravitated to that that that that kept my attention when i was a kid that was always stepping huge. Turds of manuwa. Glad you know the these cuts in my face did not come from me. Selling you know the newspaper my newspaper route. I was always getting into trouble and just could never get focused enough. The men and the arts gave me something to believe in something not to believe in myself and feel good about myself so you know it was just like i did anything i i had no fear with this as some. That'd be feel good obama's and let's keep in mind. That role was an incredible role. Big release it very complex. Roll like really. Being gay was so secondary to omar was in general. As far as being like the most how i played it like so what you know. My biggest concern would omar. Playing that character was to make sure that people believed when i picked at gun up that i was going to kill you if you knew me. Everybody know that. Mike the cream puff do. I'm not that. not that. do anybody in brooklyn. I would jump in the row. which you yum. yeah. I don't care. I was not against right. You know so. I want to make sure people pick that gun up. I had to believe that i could do that. Show the audience believe that. So what was the play. A gangster all of the gero for me with definite against roy. I had to go somewhere and make myself believe what what could make me believe that. Wanna kill somebody. And i had to find that within myself own. Was that when acting in a. I gotta go somewhere and it's dark. I locked him with omar because he was sensitive he was vulnerable. I didn't play as alpha male. I'll play. I'm like you know like in a with made him. Connect anybody connected. If you push anybody in the corner they are going to retaliate. They're going to attack. It's just it's the nature of life and omar kind of played them from that the sensitive dude. Like you can't hurt his feelings so you can see over man but not killing somewhat. I could see myself in. love bro. See myself in love you know. I don't really. I didn't really get onto the whole. You know the male female thing it will. I looked at it was love. You know. I mean and i didn't have to walk in high heel shoes. These not for that one shall catholic. Triple nine have no problem playing any role man. You know. i've played a few gay characters. I call my agent is going to start coming up in a minute. you know. Happy land at omar this joint coming on. Abc called When we ride which is based on a true story hiv positive man. You know had to lose weight. Loss like forty pounds of that role Shutout till two. Ken jones san francisco. The people castro. How do you get that energy out of you and i mean what all the roles. You play oman. The uae play chalky on bogin pie. Gangsters you play a lot of gay roles. How do you get all that energy. Mashallah ma'am so glad you said because it you know. I had to learn how to wash my my psyche. This kid is my little brother. Man atlanta twenty one years old. We was chilling atlanta's on a set of bessie. The kid was. he's it may look stressed out. Do you meditate they They may need to watch the brain bro. I know you you take these characters. And i was like this kid told me that that was like hey you got got a wash your brain. You know so so prayer. I had to get back into bible man. Just get my knees just like wash. I we connect with my family. People who matter me be fifty november so i reconnect with reconnected. Marquette and my oldest son he you know he got some issues. As i had. No family came. I an and that kinda balances me out with these dark characters that are played you know and then you look at these these with now my career's bought me where i'm portraying a character freddy. That's my nephew. Dominic dupont. that that's based on my real life. Jimmy rowles made my big brother. Who who did these these catches now. The the night of you know black market. These are stories that that the universe is sending me to portray any like. They're they affect their the impact. They have impacted my life my personal life at one point or another whether me or someone who i love so can't run from this. No more always your family life in your personal life because you play those roles you.
"nagai" Discussed on Watts Involved
"You need to get get learned my mind and i get to read and see a lot of books at when we come back i'll be talking about A different roles that we have in a company like for example out company. What's digital small. There's two of us. And how do we think about going that as danilo mansion now about being shareholders wall when we come back this is what's involved saga tavee along with us and we're back with my special guests to neil strauss he is also the Mindset so just before the break we we were talking about thinking like a shareholder but now this ticket business like mont danilo. I am of chief. Cook buttler russia. I am see. I am designer. I am director i founder. How do we get postal of this. Because all different heads that we're expected to way is Easiest to start with 'em how'd you decide biggio Salary should be if you are a shareholder director. See many and the employees. How do you decide that. Yeah you see this whole concept of salary at this. Stage is foreign to a lot of us that are running small businesses in this country because Sorry carry on as cheryl there. You want the salary to be as low as possible so that you can have as much profit as possible as the ceo. You want to avid. As highest possible said you can have abated livestock but as director whose fiduciary do did is to act in the best interest of the company. They won the celery to be market-related in order to ensure that the maximum share the venue. while compensating the o. Adequately to ensure that they don't think about money all the time that they can actually focus on doing the job which is building. a growing. The company a. k. I'm just thinking now because i'm an through my interactions with the melissa. That the people that are got companies maasais may maybe a little bit bigger. And it's been this dinner blood sweat and tears all of the time and you're so busy working in the business that you don't really get a chance to step back and you talk about about financing as the way to start growing a business but most of us and i include myself out. Any recos is being to go camping. Hand to the bank and say please share. Will you give me some money. Ridiculous interest rate. And you hope that. I do and then they just look at joel. Your books new balance sheet nagai. There's no as you're a good risk. Kevin stay what are what we do..
"nagai" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema
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"nagai" Discussed on Radio Diaries
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"nagai" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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"nagai" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"They had to do so much of the work themselves. You got these cars from essentially like a junkyard or like someone who just had the car rotting in their backyard and it doesn't even have an engine they just love cars and they wanted to restore it so they're putting themselves out there in a sense like this is what i did. What are you guys. Thanks so it is very nerve wracking and even though you make it to concord like that you still want to get the rib and you still want to. Well i think jay points at out there. He's on the torque show during the event and they were broadcasting and someone said well it's not just about the trophy and he's like well. It's not but it is. You're there you want your name called. You're there and it's for other reasons but at the same time it is a competition no question about it as an emmy winner yourself. You certainly understand competition. Yeah i don't do my work for emmys and stuff. But there's a competitiveness to help drive a little bit. We saw that with one of the young guys who was the subject to your film. I'm not going to spoil anything for the listeners. But he's left there standing sort of over and over again man. That was super cool. But it sucks. It was super cool though and the any words of advice for a guy like that. Or how did that make you feel my heart sunk forum. I was actually standing there. Well it happened. I actually thought he was going to win personally. Just because just the way it was going. I was there when the judges were there and it like it went really well. I thought he might place but my heart sinks for him in a lot of ways we were with these characters a lot and i even did a lot of pre pro with him before we went out. It wasn't like we just showed up and started meeting. Then i talked to the characters. Usually that i'm following quite a bit in advance and we have a lot of long conversations about their story. What i know going into this. That i can talk about. Did you pick the characters in the cars or did you get some tips. Actually audrain helped us a lot. I reached out with my producer brett and we wanted to find people who have interesting stories. We either want to people who had really cool cars or people who had very interesting stories. Because i kind of want to intertwine all of that and donald actually on trained health a lot with finding those characters especially the kid with the corvair boy. What a story that was. I love his lion thought. A corvair to concord. He's got that father son thing that's really cool. The one thing. I like about this one a lot is i got to know these characters a lot and i still actually stay in touch with a lot of them. Still pretty cool to have this experience with them. That's the one thing. I like about doing documentaries. It's real. I have nothing against narratives done narratives in the past. But it's cool with these because this is your life you're experiencing it with them and weird. You definitely touch on something. That is i think. Key to the success. Of your films. John if i can be so presumptuous. As to sort of encapsulated this way fiction writer has all the latitude in the world to invent things to create a narrative. Tell a story that nearly knows no bounds and you can go as far and wide as you want a writer or in this case a documentary filmmaker that author that filmmaker has to work harder. Because you're working with facts and you're working with maybe in some cases the residual scraps of history. And that's what really has drawn me into your films so with that let's talk Pa motor sport man because that is where my adrenaline really started getting pumping man days of thunder of course was the predictably a simpson bruckheimer crews success. I mean how could it not be. Those guys are all showmen and they do what they do. And that's all great and it's all fiction and it's all three parts truth and seven parts smoke but tell us about your movie a movie about a movie. The golden hour. I love that one. We're turning that right now into a full documentary for fox. That's air speedway's for the five hundred now but we made a short film. Initially it was about a half hour. We made it four. There's a show called race hub on fox sports that covers nascar and they wanted to do that. We ended up getting so much great content on that. I was reaching out to a lot. People kinda swing for the fences and then everyone kept saying yes for interviews and then they saw the final product. I've got twice as much so we're in the process attorney not do a full film but i love that movie because i loved that film as a kid one of the things. That kinda got me into racing. It came out when i was born. But i got into that film because it was getting reared on. Tv all the time. That was a semi introduction. And ask are for me. So i was gung ho about it but i made this with jeff schaffer. Nagai made the class with when we were going into it. We're always trying to find what something that people can connect with. and so we were doing all the interviews. We're gonna jerry bruckheimer hans zimmer. All these people in keep bringing a tony scott. So i started looking at tony story. He tragically passed away. Maybe like ten years ago and he was a visionary behind the whole thing that bring days of thunder to what days of thunder ended up becoming. That's right and so we still told the funds stories of days of thunder and how they made it but we wanted to weave in a human story in there too and so we interviewed his wife. His wife actually lives in north carolina. Half the time because she's from here initially so it worked out great so for a lot of these interviews. During covid we were doing zoom interviews in the now have a camera crew that we would hire. That would go and beyond having a discussion like this. But they'd be looking into the. Can't i'll be like okay. Look into the camera when you respond and we do it that way but this one was great. Because i could actually go in either mask on because we weren't traveling at the time and it worked because we were able to tie in this heartfelt tony tribute into the film because it was really his vision. We've entitled the golden hour because that was someone talked about like tony. Love gold now or shot explain to our listeners. What golden hour. If you're not a photographer filmmaker told now is the best. When it comes to filming it happens twice a day. it's when the sun's rising sunsetting and it just creates this really nice light. They'll more photography looks of may get envelopes. Whatever there is a person a car landscape that just makes it glow it just creates this slight magical settings where the unicorns come out in the knight in shining armor rides over the top of the hill tony topgun to and he starts the movie like that also backed kind of what we're talking about. I wanted to put tony's touch in the film what then tell the actual story of how it was made from all these different moving parts living to is everyone talked about how it just chaos making it. This is before you have the technology you have now where it's like. Oh we need to fill in the race. We'll just go to the track. Well it's empty will put fans in there and it'll look pretty real in nineteen eighty nine. When they were filming can do that so they actually had to be there when crowds were there. It was packed in still blown away by that. Because if you watch a lot of films from the eighties that was a really from a cinematic standpoint. I thought it was just a next level fell even to this day. That opening sequence. That opens sequence. Inspired me a lot. And tony's opening sequences have inspired me a lot of my other work. If you see some of the nascar videos. I do even before this film. I would go sunrise shots and all that because that films me just. It's this calm before the storm that he created that so cool even in best in class. I did a little bit of that before. I knew i was doing this. Because the little bit of tony scott rubbed off on me. When i was a kid. I love topgun days of thunder. All films turns and tied all those kinds of movies that have these golden hour shots and it creates that magical thing. I wanted to make sure that that was portrayed in the documentary a little bit and we have that even in the full one as well. That films sounded crazy. They'd have very limited time to make it and you just hear from all these different people were running out of time. We had to push the deadline. It was mind blowing and it was cool to even how people got involved. in it. hans. Zimmer was involved in days of thunder which a lot of people didn't know i knew it just goes. I was a fan of the film. But i'm a huge hans zimmer fan and hearing how he got involved in it was cool to interview him in here. He went down there and he was just supposed to visit. But then jerry. Tony convinced him to be a part of the film. And tom was like you. Gotta be in this it next thing you know the subject. You're has a way of drawing you in another one of your films through me. Considerably ernhart versus gordon and boy. That was quite a story. And you talk about exploring all these kind of class and generational contrast i mean. It.
Baby Bees Deprive Caregivers of Sleep
"If there's one thing we can all agree on it's the taking care of babies is a demanding business. New parents are always on duty and late night. Feedings and fussing leave caregivers. Chronically sleep deprived turns out the issues. Not unique to humans because the same thing happens to bees researchers found that worker bees who care for the brood get less sleep than their sisters because be babies produce chemicals that keep their caretakers away. The findings appear in the journal. Current biology it seems that all animals sleep including the birds and the bees yet this daily phenomenon still remains blanketed in mystery. Exact function of sleep is still a magma but we know that reduced or sleep loss is associated with reduced performance health and survive a motion. Nagai was a post doc at the hebrew university of jerusalem when he started studying sleep in particular he was curious about how animals can sometimes sacrificed shaddai when they've got important work to do especially moms tending to their young killa whale. Mothers for example follow their calves for the first few weeks postpartum and hardly ever sleep in this time for for several weeks rather than swimming along with killer. Whales for a couple of months negoti focused his attention on bumblebees. In these colonies a queen lays the eggs and worker. Bees called nurses care for the resulting hatchlings to start. The gari confirmed that when nurses were housed with larvae. They slept significantly less than bees. Who didn't have babies to attend to. So i envision was that the larvae are constantly signaling to the nest hungry and discipline lean is skipping the nurse bees away so the researchers replaced the larvae with poopie developmental stage. The doesn't require constant feeding and to our surprise. We found the nastiest with puberty slept even than that. We're house with feeding larvae. These babies. it seemed needed the equivalent of swatting. In didn't our we saw the nurses were incubating the. Up expensive sleep. What's more the baby's didn't even have to be there. It seems that simply surrounding the nurses with the cocoons in which the pupa had been resting was enough to keep the caregivers awaken on their toes. Which suggests that babies secreted chemical. That does the work late night cup of coffee. He decent protection is true. This is the first evidence that firms from juveniles can modulate the sleep of caregiver adults in animal keeping adult bees from getting their z's.