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DLD 234: Paine with Pizza

Dots, Lines & Destinations

34:46 min | 2 years ago

DLD 234: Paine with Pizza

"Uh? Hello and welcome to episode twenty seven seventy seven of dots lines and destinations. That's not really episode number. But that was my flight number this morning on the very first flight from Everett Washington pain field to Las Vegas. And this is a special episode where co running it with miles to go podcast in our somewhat frequent guest pizza ELO, and you're about to hear a crazy crossover of the two shows. And we are turning the format. A on it side this week. I highjacked seth's dots lines and destinations podcast is idea was for us to record when we got got to Las Vegas after the inaugural flight out of the first brand new airport. Can remember flying out of on day? One pain field north of Seattle. So we have decided to record dot sign and destinations and miles to go at the same time we have indeed. And I question your judgment and using the word hijack in anything. You are the senior member of the team, I suppose we'll let you get away with that. I don't believe I've seen your age. Yeah. That's on. Yeah. So we wouldn't curse on the podcast, but hijackings probably as close as we can get airline curse. And there's a third of the h word he said the word what party? Bombard? Bombardier bombardier. Yeah, we have. And we have we have a third guest with us today. Ben Stolt who was on the flight with us today and has been with us on countless other aviation geek events, and this one was light on as you mentioned. You're the first one to say this was light on the number of aviation geeks that came out to hang from our group. I I follow. And yes, I totally agreed. Usually when I go to one of these events and see you guys at these events. There are usually if you other people that I've seen in that are regulars at the sort of thing, and this was a little different, but it was also much smaller sort of scale event. I mean, a lot of times we do these. It's a major airline like United or American and this was a smaller planet to seventy seater. So there were fewer opportunities for the usual suspects to show. It also was rescheduled. This was supposed to be three weeks ago, and because the government shutdown some paperwork didn't get finished in time. And so we had to rejigging. Everything and move Saharan. Got pushback a few weeks. But you know, it's it there weren't as many add geek slash dork, whatever's that were from our usual circle of friends, but there were plenty onboard my seat Mesa my seat mate was actually. Mechanic who works for horizon who lives near Paine field in Everett up north of town, but works out of seatac and was just mentioning that. He normally has his our our and a half drive each way everyday for work and how much nicer to have the airport five minutes five minutes away. Yeah. And he did he actually got on a pass writer. So there were some empty seats at the end, and it was actually a couple of seats on the plane, even when we took all so kind of figured cleared out in the last twenty four hours. You know, I'm sure lots of people just schedules didn't work out or some people holding seats and well something up on. So we were we were technically not on the ferry first flight. However, the only other flight that left before us was not technically a commercial flight because you couldn't buy it was it was a bunch of scheduled service. But tickets weren't sold to the public. I'm still trying to figure out the right freezing. Exactly possible. There were some executives folks at wonderfully ours than going on that Portland's flight shark because much like ours. It was a quick turn. And they could get out and back. It's a shorter flight. They could get home quicker to Everett quicker, just the freemen suffer, folks. Who may not have may not be geeky as we are freshmen introduced what we actually did. Right. So probably be helpful. Yes. Oh, seattle. Tacoma international airport is is the airport in Seattle. And it's it's big, and it's massive and it can be cumbersome for two reasons. One is just the sheer volume of folks going in the security lines in certain areas of the airport. And so that that's been a growing concern. The other thing is is that traffic in the Seattle area's not pleasant at large chunk day live near especially through if you're in the northern side of Seattle, you pretty much are going through the worst of it either in the morning or in the evening to battle away down to attack. There are of course, trying transit connections. But they mostly useful. If you're actually downtown, right? Not quite so much. If you're in the outskirts. Parts of town, or you know, approaching suburbia ice use the link rail to get from seatac up into town as part of my trip this weekend. And it's great. It's doesn't help the fact that it's still really far away. I mean, it's all relative minute drive in New York City, everything all the airports were physically closer, but time is much further to say that, you know, mass transit certainly to say that, you know, this is a long ride on the link rail like embarrassing stupid. But it does feel a little longer because you're running at full speed along the highway for so much of it. And like if you feel how far out of town it is. But then also from seatac to downtown is only half the distance if you want to Everett, it's literally doublet to get all the way to the double the distance. I mean, I think the real target audiences those that are on the northern side of Seattle when you're driving up there. You're actually driving against rush hour traffic. Right. Once you hit I five like, I did this morning. It's smooth sailing while the other. The parking lot trying to out. So it there's an audience that are going to better going to like these flights, and question's gonna be are the frequencies and the timings going to work out for people to get where they and so I think what's interesting is racking my brain trying to come up with other airport openings around the world, forget just the United States, but even around the world and come up with examples that are actual new service and not replacement terminals or sort of shifting of one building to another. So you look Singapore's an extra terminal added a four right at Changji. You've got a couple other examples. Mexico City was supposed to be a new airport, and that whole deal was disaster apart we think, but maybe not, but the construction sons who knows and just I've been going through this list training same location. It's not that far from where it was Mexico's. Yeah, it's a new new runways knew everything. Okay. Twenty miles further out. So or something like that? It's it is a new new airport and. New terminals, and this is technically existing airport by new terminal and new commercial service that hasn't existed for many many decades, not a brand new service, but has been quite a while since the nineteen forties. I think hasn't been that long sixties. I it's been it's been decades. It was it was it was the forty was less. Time ahead regular commercial service and starting in the eighties. They try the first serious push began and looping back to frequencies couple things to touch on for folks. That aren't familiar with pain field? North of Seattle by decent distance going to be served by both Alaska and United nine toll destinations bunch in California. The major ones LA San Francisco, San Jose, sandiego San Diego, Orange County. We also pick up their field Phoenix and Denver, and and I pulled up unless guess when we all right now. And I pulled up the timeframes and so- Portland get some of the most frequent service. And so you've got morning flight six thirty AM. So being able to catch the first connections. You've got a Portland San Francisco, Denver, San Jose LAX all before eight AM sows are all six thirty and seven AM departures and then midday banks for L A and San Francisco to catch the afternoon flights out of LA. And then as you get to the evening, you've got to five thirty pm to Las Vegas, which I think will be a popular flight for the weekends sharks are going down and then evening flights. You've got a San Francisco that lands that lease at seven pm lands at nine thirty. It's probably a bit too late to make too many of the connection. There are some really San Francisco Asia actions. There's all the midnight departures Asia in Alaska Airlines has some of those partners. Yep. And then you've got ten pm into LAX and ten seven seven. Pm departure lands at ten pm at LAX seven forty five out of pain field going to San Diego ten thirty five. The only question maybe with a ten pm arrival is depending on where you land airport like LA, can you get to a different terminal. Yeah. And I think there's a meet the minimum connection time requirements whether it's smarter not remains to be seen. But also remember that a lot of the goal with. This is the local traffic much more than the in their seventy five or seventy seat airplanes running seventy five. It was interesting on board hearing some people chatting one of things I about inaugural flights. Everybody's smart talkative. Yes, normally got an airplane. And so there's a whole lot of people like their blinders on and his lead alone in this. Everybody's talking to everybody. And I was listening to the guys in front of me chatting and didn't know each other. Both bought tickets just to be on this first flight to. And raving about the Embraer and how big the seats are. And how comfortable it is raving about the experience on board. But also talking about how you know, one of them has family in Denver really looking forward to using that the station manager from Alaska Airlines has a daughter in college and Phoenix. And so she's happy to be able to get down there to see her daughter more easily and a lot of it is the local traffic and with the smaller planes, you can fill them up pretty regularly. I think you know, the United flights are go to San Francisco and Denver, which is always going to be the hubs. Because of what it is. It's not. But Alaska Airlines is treating this as not quite a home, but sort of it's a little bit of many hub for them. And with eighteen flights a day again, it's not enough necessarily. But it's the most they could get and I think it does meet your business travelers got morning anything plates. So you can do day trips. Also got certain airport you've got three or four times a day in San Francisco, which I think so you know, Ben you live in Seattle not far from downtown. So from your standpoint, you when you think about the destinations here, what percentage of the time. Do you think you'd end up using Paine field evacuate versus Seattle Tacoma feature? Future. It's tough the one the one tricky bit is if your local your driving up there, if you leaving out of pain, you pretty much have to come back that way if you're letting your car, so that's something you have to keep in mind. Can you make it work on both ends of the trip? Right. And for me, it's going to be a lot more of the connect in my case Americans going to be the big one there. Right. So I can see myself using it to hop down to LA. I'm doing that a lot for San Francisco or well American doesn't have that much out of San Francisco. You could put something together. And depending on time of day. It's it's about equal for us. But for this morning doing this drive down to seatac at eight o'clock in the morning would have been brutal. Yeah. That would have been solid our driving up. There was forty forty minutes. Mostly just because we're I particularly live in Seattle. It's a little awkward to get over to I five right? But once you're on their boom, it's fast like seventy five percent of distances. Thirty percent of the drive open highway. That's the impression I got a lot of people like even those who are equidistant are looking at it like on a Sunday, it might be drive time. But ninety percent of the time it's going to be and you also need to take an account at seatac. You have to walk a lot of extra time. I mean, you can have pre check and clear all day long. It can be a mass just to get to the terminal from this. I mean, the term was packed today with two two flights where but you know, the facilities they had what three security lanes, theoretically. Preach preach check on day one. I think pretty cool. Yeah. And I think the other thing too for folks when you talk about putting this in context, but especially compared to bigger airports. I think there's there's two things to think about where this airport, I think compares favorably to both big and small airports. I on the big scale, you know, this airport literally never going to have more than two planes worth of people waiting now the plane may get bigger, but for right now what that means with both. With both Alaskan United flying an error seventy five who talking about max, roughly one hundred and fifty people max hang out in terminal. And so we today they're over two hundred sixty seats. So there's certainly there's actually going to be more the podium took up about six space. So that list. Yes. So there's enough seats for everyone to spread out as you say like, even if you got behind all seventy people waiting for your flight to get through security. I can't imagine it would take all that long with three security lanes on the flipside when we think about small airports that we've all flown in. Into out of and I've done a bunch on business travel. Very infrequently. Do they have a jet service? So there's one benefit, and none of them have sort of comfort level that this turmoil had breach definitely highlight that I mean sitting at the terminal was like sitting in airport lounges. Lounge if feels like a fancy hotel lobby. I mean, you, and I were joking around about the seats the chairs that we were sitting. Maybe we'll stay here. These are more comfortable than anywhere else. We've been there were looked them up there four thousand dollar chairs. I'm assuming that the guy's got a discount in volume. But like, but I'm sure that was also custom weather. Yeah. So it was not a color scheme set that was available on the website. So just. It was a super comfortable super swanky experienced the are like looked like a fancy hotel. Barney really had that five one of the things you mentioned though in terms of amenities. There's no facilities there's minimal facilities. There's the bar. There's going to be a beecher's cheese shop, which will have some sandwiches and stuff. There's going to be a there's also one other small thing. That's going is. They're going to be a new stand. Not a new standing thing that will look it up and add it, but there was a sort of the wind bar and beaches. And I thought that was third thing that was in the press releases. But when beecher's opens I'm guessing they'll beat that'd be the place that will sell the award and stuff like that. Because they're selling sandwiches. So that seatac that's exactly what they do have the cheese sandwiches. And you have like tips snacks. It's just that's the one drawback of this. Now, the flip side is you're not going to be there. Connecting right. So you don't have a weird layover, and you're not going to be there three hours early because you don't need to need to be. And so it, but I mean, I look around and every time I try to come up with swanky as the best adjective come up with and it felt like allowed. Everybody's got great views. Well, that's the thing. The Florida Florida, ceiling windows, everywhere very little in the way of visible impediments, built it. So you could look out the windows towards mountains past the airplanes, some great sight lines. I did find it amusing that the CEO of airport management company mentioned today. You know, we we had such beautiful weather blue skies. It was crazy cloud to be seen. He's like. Yeah. We actually didn't realize just how clear the view sight lines were we're going to have to put in some window coverings on the other side because we're getting too much light in and it's distracting and blinding hitting reflection. So. Title. I guess, but there was some funny. But it's like that that they're realizing when the weather turns out to be really really Seattle is nice. It's nice. The problem is it's also one of the things like France. And they haven't had a full year of sort of like where the sun is going to be all those cycles to know what the problems are. That sounds good. Is it sounds like they're going to be pretty responsive and reactive fixing them when they can. I think. Going further into the luxuries that they have at this airport terminal that you just don't see elsewhere like two of other things that struck me. I'm not a local. But I think locals will really appreciate the fact that the valet parking. They will literally have the car parked outside the terminal when you get there, and that's a one hundred foot walk from your playing and not even valet just the normal paid parking. We'll pay for another twenty feet past that so and then the other thing too, which I really liked, but I'm sort of like a sanitation walk all the restrooms in the terminal all single doors. They're all an individual bathrooms yet locked and multi gender, whatever. So it's very it's very easy. Open -able clean, easy to clean that sort of stuff. It's a it's really I think as long as as long as they do a good job of keeping that stuff clean. I think it again. It's just all those little things that you get in an upscale ounce. And I think the interesting thing is you're not paying any extra for any of that the most expensive ticket out of Paine field right now hundred twenty bucks. Now, I'm sure that will go up a bit at some point. It's demands air, but there is cheapest forty dollars right now. So you're certainly not paying more for this privilege. No. But that's also it's a new service in the airlines have to build awareness build market build demand being sold super cheap to get there. Right. I mean this morning. They also. Southwest Hawaii service, and it's not like no one knew it was coming news that there's demand, but they still stick it for forty nine dollars just to sort of get the media news out there and make that sort of thing happened. So for sure, and we may see that. I think when you when you talk about the capacity if they keep them as ember air, seventy five I did the math before we hopped on the plane today, and I think it was six hundred and fifty six thousand issue is like the capacity for the year. So I mean that sounds like a lot. But when you break it down to twenty four departures day time one hundred forty. That's what two thousand passengers today. So. It sounds like a lot when you mash the number altogether. But two thousand as you say it's more than we would expect to find a small airport in a small community. This is not a small community. So these really could fill up. What's really interesting to me? Another thing about is. I mean, they're taking a month to sort of scale up to elaborate because trying to start twenty flights a day. One would be crazy, but they really are going aggressive in filling this up quickly and trying to make sure they get the full value for this the investment of building the airport and making sure it happens twenty four daily flights at a new airport is unheard of. There's one new airport that I found somewhere in the middle Serbia is the only other one I've been able to find this shit. The new terminal a new field. Give them an adequate, and let's start service, and that's one that's opening this summer where the government is hoping to get two or three flights a day, right? And the tough to sustain a brand new terminal. Yeah. Janet verdy. Sorry. We're sitting in Las Vegas views of the airport, Janet seven thirty seven that doesn't really exist. Just part of freight shiny light set as easily distracted special plane. It is squirrel. I do wonder. Sorry. I do wonder time goes on the departures are spread out fairly well across day. Even we talk about, you know, ten ten AM to two PM. There's two four six seven departures in that middle chunk of the day, which is less convenient for business travelers, and there are some business travel destinations. There's a Portland LA San Francisco to San Francisco's a Phoenix. I could see some of those maybe start to slide earlier and later if the demand's not there, they can't I think they could so your problems gate utilization. They only have to contact gates plus a hard STAN. So they can sort of overflow to the third one. They absolutely have to write. But as I look at the time. Let's look at the morning right now, I'm gonna read off the morning times to six thirty start to six AM. Okay. So that's that's this day. Six thirty one seven one seven thirty one eight one eight thirty than nine twenty than ten forty. I think there's some room there in that like seven to nine block, you could slide another flare to if you had to you can basically do every half hour and alternate them, but the planes need our trip, and so you have to alternate the gates and so part of that is gonna be cooperation between United and Alaska to figure out who's using which one win. But yes, if you do every half hour for twenty four departures that's twelve hour window, and they're actually working against sixteen hours. So there's a little bit of slippage or room for slippage but not a ton. You can't do six departures in the six o'clock hour. No right now, they do. Well, you couldn't do sex, but you could probably four or five with heart stan's, you can do three if all three three at the beginning of an hour to gaze plus a hard stand and then as those first planes pushed back immediately toe in the other the sat overnight right and get them at at at the bottom of the hour. No, it would be because you've got to start boarding. Thirty thirty minutes earlier playing if you if the plane's got to six o'clock departure, you close the door at six you push. It back clears the gate space at six five six ten you pull the new at six fifteen and you start working immediately as a six forty five departure. It's really hard. There's still plenty of gaps at night too. Because once you get past the five thirty six flight seven there's two sevens and nine. So there's room slide stuff around. But I guess the other question will be to do we think based on we look in. Our crystal ball last time Seth was on my podcast, which was just last week. We talked about the three eighty we made a date to have him come back on and twelve or thirteen years to see if the three eighty was still be flying. So we're looking at crystal ball six months from now, do we think it's more likely that they try and move the schedule round, and or Edmore departures, or do you think it's more likely that the up gauge one of these lights I up gauge over additional flights because the twenty four numbers they hard cap is it hard cap. It is another environmental environment twenty four they said that it wasn't going to cause significant damage, so I didn't know that was hard. So the one of the reasons it was delayed is that the original environmental review was for twelve and that was signed off on. But when they went to go to twenty four they had to do a new environmental impact statement review and that required a new sign often. So could it go from twenty four could grow with a new review? But also, you need the county to agree to allow the X. Flights right. There's a lot of moving parts. And while everybody we talked to with super excited about this. We were also at the airport with much of geeks. There are people in the community that are less cited about it. There's a reason it took forty years for searchers return, the focusing behind me, we're talking they live super close, and they're super happy about it. But they said they've been in the community been fighting the most on the good side. But fighting the good fight for generations to try to make sure try to bring service back, and there are people in the community that are already disappointed that they live under, you know, the test flights for the jumbos right and don't want more flights there. It's the same thing in Long Beach. There's plenty of room in Long Beach, California for more flights, but they have a cap this as an it's a noise agreement that says there are limited to a certain number of flights every day. Funny thing is he's little plane are so so much quieter, very modern quiet and Boeing's got all the heavies coming in and out. The heavy definitely make a lot more noise. And I still laugh it's the same problem. The nimbies in Toronto who voted in Bishop. Billy Bishop which lakefront airport there who voted down. They voted down regional just getting regional jets. And it was going to be the quietest regional jets. It was going to be the series at the time. Now the twenties which are actually quieter and most phases of flight, including most parts of the landing sequence. I think hundreds and by the way would've supported the Canadian economy. Yeah. And health drop airfares quarter. I would have expanded massively all good things. We're going to come out of this except for the people who owned the waterfront real estate. We're gonna see the series instead of. Yeah. Some four hundreds and it likely would have increased the number of flights, and I can understand from that perspective. I didn't like it. But such a short sighted terrible decision. So I think it is. Also, the okay to note here that on top of as you mentioned, the the resistance in the community to potentially other environmental review that might increase takeoffs and landings is a what appears to be a fervent desire to have this airport not be referred to as the Seattle. Second airport. This is this is Everett's first ever. I report is is apparently the the more popular way to refer to it in in the area. It was I read a headline the a Sunday only, I think every time every I don't know some newspaper that was in the lobby of the hotel. We checked in on Sunday night and the front page articles to front page articles both about the airport and the first one above the fold was people complaining that keep calling Seattle's airport. The bottom line was like, there's valet parking and fast, wifi and all the new amenities. You're going to get the first above the fold front page of the local newspaper was why the hell do they keep calling this Seattle second airport when it's really hours? Yeah. I think that's hysterical. And so, yeah, it's all speech this morning. One of the guys we used to call the the not mayor who runs a county the county Commissioner or whatever it was like. Yeah. You know, we used to call seatac the southern gateway to sonoma's county. Now, we have our own airport. So we don't need them anymore. It was pretty that's great. So. I think the I think the moral of the story is that this airport is such a long time coming and then really opens with a bang with the number of flights going out of it. It's great that. They're all these great amenities and all that stuff. But I think the the thing that the impression that I was left with is. You've got twenty four daily departures up from zero. Yeah, it's going to be a huge shift for the community. If you've been to the community, and we'll help shift a decent fat one of the things we talked about a lot. We might me and my brain. I think is stopped myself. We'll send your way to chill to talk about airplanes. With me we hear about the growth in air travel, and how infrastructure has to grow to support it. And I spent a lot of time with the folks that I add talking about like, how is the industry going to evolve in air, traffic, Joel airports, and all these things and mega holds are full. And it's getting it's really hard to grow them in secondary, airports and tertiary airports are going to be part of the solution there and overflying the hubs. And this is a great example of it, not only did they do it. But like you said they did it with a sizeable chunk of traffic. This is maybe it's only two thousand passengers to start, but they up gauge those two seven thirty sevens that number more than doubles, and they can slowly build them as they need to what did have their advantages. They didn't have to build most of the airport infrastructure that's build the terminal shirt. But. Runway massive airport the runways oversized for its general aviation population. Thanks to Boeing super long runway and all pretty much twelve runway. I think I mean, the the drifter. So that's the biggest thing we will get into that. There was already catering there a lot of the existing facilities that you need to build support an airport warning existence. And I also wonder how much of the the Boeing traffic that goes out of seatac now for folks that are at Everett now for those exactly. I have to assume that a decent chunk of this traffic. There's a commitment from Boeing starting volume for their executives as well. None of it goes to Chicago yet to which is technically we're headquarters. Yep. But there is still up and down the coast to southern California for a lot of the seating, and entertainment and interiors companies are down there with Sylla's. So there is a lot of traffic within the region or Portland just for the paint shops and things like that. It was knighted didn't throw in Chicago say offering I think that I think it's technically even though it would be a long time to be on regional. I think that that's technically long enough the plane techniques range to make it or your switch to three nineteen for one hundred twenty seats. Sure. And both both airlines could do that. Because Alaska has the version ones. Do the new series to twenty no not day to twenty the United Center. Oh, you laugh, but that would be an interesting. This is an interesting market for that. Could be very right sized for this Fisher. Because if you think about the executive move back and forth, you would like to have premium demand. Yeah. I know that United wanted to keep those on shorter. Stay for sure I think thousand miles was the target number and this is much more than eighteen hundred. But. It's interesting. So so final impressions, Ben which having been through the airport for the day. What would you take away from it grainy facilities? I mean walk in there. You feel like you're the nice modern, you know, executive almost like experience doesn't feel like almost almost. But it doesn't feel like as run of the mill airport. So I thought it was fun one thing they didn't even find out. They have this fun digital. In the in the in the front in the front lobby. That's supposed to emulate like the old school. Yeah. German style flipping technically Italian. I hate to break it to you. Or find colony Germany. I do wonder if I hear it, obviously. There is noise by also didn't see it flip today. Now, one of the some of the numbers flipping they put a gate assignment up. Honestly, it was pretty this point. There's not enough traffic to really make them flip all day long. It's also TV screens. So it later it's animated, and I was I was disappointed. I'd a little fun with it. I feel like they were really into making it a unique experience. They wanted to my complaint slash areas. There are companies that make new fix Lowery's that are actually click the clock reliable one in the business class lounge in Sydney Qantas, I don't you. When you come to top the escalator. I think there's. I have never been Nestle. Try did it once but the domestic Accu wanted to my departure from there. So anyway, I I was a little disappointed in that over. I respect the effort, but found myself, very saddened to learn that it was pretty faking this fun. So overall, I say positive experience would would try to get. That's what your fun would fly again. It feels like across between an executive terminal F B O private facility and commercial space and our commercial airport lounge. And you know, I keep thinking back to the last new terminal, I attended the opening four was Long Beach, which is five or six years ago now, and they did outdoor seating and like similar sort of fancy hotel resort type lobbyists Therion. Yeah. And similar small number departure. They could get away with it. They actually outdoor space there because it's morning fire table up. They've got a fire pit and things. Like that. Tonight. The guys up here have a fire pit it's enclosed and not open space. Right. They have to actually on either side. So it's it really does have that luxury vibe to it that eventually I actually think as the market establishes people are going to start paying a premium to fly from here. I just you know, even I was in the area. I leave consider paying a little extra from there. It is spectacularly convenient as long as it's convenient for you to get to the. One negative other than the celery clock display is transit right now is the nearest bus services. I was reading about is like take this BUSTER that. Then walk nine minutes in it was actually the bus stop across the street where driver stopped us off this morning that was the bus stop. And you have to walk that sidewalk. Something in flight though, because there is a bus station literally read at Davis the parking lot yet. What I've read we're gonna move from. What I read is that there is a link system coming where you'll take the train halfway and then they'll be an express bus service. What heard was every ten minutes on weekdays and every twenty minutes on the weekends. It will go to the terminal. So if that is the case, I don't love switching from trained bus over that I've traveled to look too often for sure yeah. I love using the train. But I think trained a bus if if it's an efficient connection, and you really can hop in ten or twenty minutes from one of the other than I could see that being popular for folks downtown car. Yeah. I I think that's going to be a drawback for the facility for sometime over overall blew me away. Really, really impressed. Yeah. And then my final moment. The first thing I'd say everything I've read about the gentleman that pioneered the project they made just a ton of right decisions and trying to break this champagne model. This is literally what I was gonna come to. I don't wanna leave with this negative moment because they really did such an awesome job. But there will be video up on my blog at some point of he had a bottle of. I think it was and break it against the side of the building Christmas, and God bless this terminal and missed six six times, and he hit the bottle heart against disability. Ship. The stone like Sandoval. They have we should have expected that we left I seen all the images of it during construction. And so I can't say that I was more impressed than I was expecting to be from that simply because it looked incredible in the press in the press previews it fit all of that. I think the thing that I really loved that. I took away was the folks that were serving us there. I understand that you know, it was a party and all that. But all the folks were serving us where the folks that were running the bar, and we're running beecher's and and the agents that were there the gates. It was you take everything else that was there, and you take a bunch of people that just really want to be there and from a from a friction standpoint as a business traveler, there was nothing there to stress me out. I literally could've fallen asleep in that chair. And so when you add all that up and say how much friction there is. And what we do we went through security twice, and it was easy time insanely easy. So from that standpoint to say that you can make the travel experience that much more friction list for me as you say, those are the things that would probably be make me willing to pay a premium Niagara. Goodness. He did eventually pop the cork off the champagne bottle, and then was able to smash it once it was empty, and so we got broken glass everywhere. We don't we earn along. Got broken glass, clean up the garden. But we did not do the turn. We're staying overnight in Las Vegas. I'm continuing on for work while you guys had had to various places tomorrow. But yeah, no. That was that was great. Well, I'm gonna close my version of the show. And then let you close yours, and it'll be fun. You've been listening to dodge lines and pizza here. And Ben Ben now close. Close. So I will say this is a you'll have small bit on the tail end of of miles to go with an a world from from my buddies Spencer. He's got a great award alert service at straight of the points dot CO. 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Contact tracing, temperature checks and masks: airline industry outlines new norms

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01:56 min | 10 months ago

Contact tracing, temperature checks and masks: airline industry outlines new norms

"Now the high anxiety and the airline industry and the devastating prediction today from the CEO of Boeing. Here's Tom Castillo. Calling the threat to the airline industry. Grave the prediction from Boeing CEO. Two Savannah Guthrie. Today sent shockwaves through Wall Street and airline offices. They think there might be a major. Us carrier that just has to go out of business well. I don't WanNa get a to predictive on that subject but yes most likely you know something will happen. When September comes around Dave Calhoun did not say which airlines are most at risk but with few exceptions every airline is flying less than ten percent full on September thirtieth. The federal government's Bailout. Money comes to an end. Airlines are already warning that as many as one hundred thousand employees could be laid off if passengers don't return in large numbers. You don't know who has what how clean things have been least on the plane. Flying in a covert and post covert world expect airline and airport facemask requirements six feet of separation while lining up airport health screenings a new scanner checks for elevated body temperatures at Paine field in Washington state. Now three hundred forty six airports nationwide are calling on the TSA to check every passengers temperature at security the TSA so for not embracing the idea. We have to make certain that those who choose to travel by air make it through the airport and feel as though are as safe as they were if they were in their own home. When we'll airline travel. Get back to normal Boeing. Ceo again with a sobering moment. It might take three five years to get there. Meanwhile Delta United on American Airlines are requiring passengers to wear masks to board. They can deny boarding if they don't but once the plane leaves the gate. Flight attendants will ask not force passengers to comply.

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Your Divine Inheritance, Money Joy, Surrendering And Limitlessness With Lee Harris #276

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1:09:25 hr | 1 year ago

Your Divine Inheritance, Money Joy, Surrendering And Limitlessness With Lee Harris #276

"Mizo Chuck whereas episode seventy life can be tiring. The Senate Chuck. Swirling for energy position throughout the basis. Fine to the crown of the head worth thousands of ancient wisdom has been Ken Starr. Measure to sable, what are the functions of these energy such and cook, these Chuck help you unlock your destiny and buying your purpose? Welcome to my Senate chocolate. And now your host a giant Kumar? What's up action, Dr AG here host and founder of my seven Jerker as a show where we provide you ancient wisdom inspiring stories and action steps that will help you transform your life. So if you are new to our show that I want to give you a warm warm, welcome now before we actually start today's amazing at sort of got a quick announcement for you if you are interested in learning more about the checkers and identifying the dominant hidden blocks that are silently holding you back from your desired life. Then you got to attend the live webinar that I'm hosting this Thursday because I have so much to share with you. We're going to be discussing about energy body and look at life through the lens of the checkers, I will show you how small energy blockages can lead to illness and disease, and what you can do about it. And you will discover five easy ways to start balancing your seven checkers right away. Immediately after the webinar. Ends. So if you're interested in joining me, then was it WWW dot mice seven Chuck does dot com. Follow size live training. That's my seven is a word my seven shocker dot com. Forward slash live training. The linke. Need is my seven Chuck says dot com forward slash live training. See you there. And with that. Let's bring on our special guest for today. Lee Harris Lee, are you ready to inspire? I will try. Greats Lee is a globally acclaimed energy into and transformation guide who offers grounded practical teachings focused on helping conscious intuitive and sensitive people. He'll try and live a better life leading Wybert online community. He reaches hundreds of thousands of people every month, his monthly energy of debt, videos, audio recordings and online courses offer practical guidance for navigating life with clarity, empowerment and optimism. So thanks for joining me on tradit-, surely thank you for having made lovely to be here. Correct. Great great. So again, like we always begin our show we start show with some inspiration. Ward is your favorite inspirational court, and how do you apply it in your life? I saw my favorite. Inspirational, quote is life can be tiring. And it came from my friend. And Amanda burcin of and I remember I was about twenty three years old. And I was in a state of distress of outs. You know, overwhelming tied Nessim feeling like depleted with everything I was trying to do. And it's funny. There are so many inspirational quotes, I've heard in the world's all these years in phantasm pick the one that size with me his life can be tiring. Because for me when I get tired or overwhelmed that was always a distress point for me. There was something about feeling like I didn't have my full energy. Oh, my full life foals or failing vulnerable, and what she broke for me in that moment was this idea that something was wrong. She was like well. Yeah. Sometimes you're tired. And it was it was in a piffle moment for me to help me undo years of my childhood spent running away from my failings in various different ways. So I feel like that has fight with me all this time ride. So they action drive if you are watching the stream or listening right now remember this perform court that life can be tiring quite often. We try to ignore ignore our body our emotions right for detail. What a knowledge in where you are right now, literally an energetically as well and realizing at sometimes life life can be turning so thanks a lot for sharing that with doesn't starting with away profound moment. Mcqueen is ward inspired you to write you. Your book energy speaks which I haven't Mahan right now. Thank you. Great. So it was interesting it I was supposed to be writing another book. I was supposed to be writing a book with a completely different title, which is still there on the backbone. It wasn't quite coming together. And I have been channel up publicly since two thousand and four working with the public. But I I heard my guides about four years Elliott nets. So they've been a part of my life all this time. And I self published these volumes in twenty twelve and twenty fourteen of some of the channel messages from over the years. I did this tour in twenty sixteen across North America. We did twenty eight dates, and then we did some Deitz no stranger in Germany in London. So I met loads of people on that on that speaking tool, and so many of them would say, I have it by my bedside. I flick open a page on. I was kind of blown away. How much I can. Hearing that. So when this other book wasn't working I was like, maybe we should be taking the best of those volumes. Reediting the whole thing adding eight new chapters, and and that was what the publisher went full. So we actually we we go with the publisher new weld library who are just a fantastic publishing company. They've published some great books. So I felt really grateful that this book could come out with them. The yet we spent about two years putting together. Got it got it again, new elabore amazing publisher from great authors and works in the last few years, especially so let's go back to the beginning. Now, how did you? Discover your gift what's that story. Like while you know, the actual day was I was literally on a train going to work. And at the time, I was working in fundraising. I had just left my work in fitter and decided I didn't really want to do this or acting anymore and was really hell bent on doing music. And so I got the job in fundraising. And it was supporting me in, you know, but I, you know, there was a lot of frustration in my alley twenties, and I was still recovering from childhood where I had been an emotional overeater. And then I lost sixty pounds at the age of fifteen and a half. But you know, I went on so many diets I I was taken to whitewash his age ten than a diet clinic age thirteen. Can you know, it was kind of an endless cycle through my teens on them. When I did lose the white. I tend to believe me for about a year and a half 'cause I didn't wanna put the white back on. But I hadn't figured out how to know binge at that point. So I was kind of uncovering myself if you like from that level of self-destruction to try and solve how I was feeling. So I was really into self growth, I was really into metaphysics to some degree. But I never thought I would channel. But this one day on the on the train. I just literally heard this voice from the left hand side of my head which to this day is still the position that I communicate with my guide since still where I hit him. And I was convinced that what I was thinking was correct on the I had decided that this was true that this wasn't my problem. This was their problem. And literally I just heard that's an interesting perspective. But you'll wrong on this ever happened before in ours. Like. And then the carried on tool king explained. How why would I was saying was wrong? And it just completely not only transformed my mind about the situation. I was in. But my whole body, relax and released on my ego. Just go to be a little less tight and to see above the situation. So that was how it began a night. You know, I was like a might schizophrenic you what is nowhere you'll guides and we've been with us since childhood you've just never been able to hear us in this way. But we hit now. And since that day, I've never been able to not access them. I've chosen to sometimes, but they've just been that. It gut accelerate fascinating story that he just shared. So you're in the train, right? And you're thinking of something and all of a sudden from the left side you hear why? So what is your immediate reaction? Like, what's? Yeah. I mean, the first thing is, you know. Sabrina? You know, you think oh God is this voice this 'cause I I had seen a channel. But I was skeptical. I remember coming away from him. Well, he was the thing. I've been Tara ratings on I love those like I thought they were great something in my body would come alive when I went for tarot reading. But I didn't understand why the channel why his eyes closed White's voice slightly changed. I remember thinking will. He's clearly just a wise intuitive. Man, why does he have to pretend it's coming through this guy that actually is a quipped me really well for when I've been accused of the same thing because you know, the thing I always say is trust mate. The last thing you wanna do is the public channel. Or it's something that I've wrestled with years because there's a lot of fear and skepticism about it that you actually have to deal with so, but what kind of cemented the whole thing for me was when I saw it saying on you my guides. I went home, and I wrote questions to them. And then I would study the onset over a period of weeks and see how they were coming through things about my life things about people in my life on things about the well that lodge, and so the acid test for me was that it worked, and it really it was the perspective that was fall high than my own mind will my own understanding of self growth at that point. So I couldn't deny that whatever it was. It was helping me, and it was opening me in it was it was widening my experience with my presence in my life. Got it got into the guides that you work with are that help you and support you there called the Z's right too hard to do. Yeah. So I said, oh, do you have a name, and they will like what we don't have names. But we know humans need names. So you can call me Dockery, and I'm the lead spokesperson. And they said, so I was like what are you is at one of you is that mold them one of you. And they said, well, we're a group of eighty eight entities could then extend wider into souls because the truth is that none in the same way that none of us are really separate from each other as human beings erase the energy failed. Of course that we are all connected to all of the time. Which is not always seeing it's reading it sensing it depending on where focuses what our capacity is that day all who will live in how they're influencing the level of gravity that we are in in any moment. So to me what I loved about that description was this idea that they extended wider into so. So do so do we all so they said think of consciousness library in some of us have been in Konic on the planet before some of us from the Djelic realm. Some of us have never been on us. And they kind of started to explain to me different roles within energy in within jettisoned. How it works when you're not human being? So I found that very interesting. And and yeah that was kinda how it will really began. Yep. Got it got it too. So Lee, how do they communicate with you like on on wing business once every week? Do you have to reach out to them? Or what his the funny thing before? I started doing this job. I would get stoked. So I would be neat with a friend of. I'd be with you. For example, we having coffee, and you'd be talking about something in your life, and you begun really, you know, I really wanna move. But I'm not quite sure it's the right time to move, and I can't tell if this is my ego may instincts, and I would start hearing things. So then I would be sat with you at Kofi, and I would fail compelled to sites you. Hey, you know, I'm I'm hearing some stuff you want me to tell you, you know, 'cause you always have to ask permission with that kind of thing. And if you said, yes, I would just give you that information. It was actually one of those friends that I was helping anonymous Sophia who we were out for Kofi. She was yoga teacher in an older, and she was the one who after I'd help with something. She said you should do this as the job. And I was like, no, no, no, no. You know, I was everything in me was screaming. No. But I was at that time in my life because I was having. To really pay attention to my fears and not let myself be a productivity, my fears as I had been so much of my life. I said yes, just to push myself really not thinking anyone would come. And then I did succeed readings in sixty days in the rest of on a history. Sixty readings in sixty days was on a challenge that we accepted. No, no. But it was it was just the people kept coming in. You know, one thing I always recommend. If you start doing this. As work is what I did I did it on a donation basis? So because I knew it would take me about nineteen minutes. If my time. Because it it did at the time. I would people would send me three questions on. I would type out a spouse as I could what I was hearing in response to that question. So they would get like a two thousand word document could I would then have to go back and check the grammar on. So I thought well, you know, the all why don't I ask for ten pounds or more which is about fifteen dollars? 'cause I feel it will that's ninety minutes of my time. And there's only so much energy. I have polite to do them. So I think that helped people know the no that there wasn't a great risk to them. There wasn't a great investment. But because of that too. I think people would then send me to that friends an overtime people started, you know, kind of just a very full. So I had to leave my job. Honored cut out. That's amazing. And I'm sure that this is a question that almost everyone watching the stream or listening to the spark Kaz like now has which is does everyone have this ability to access information and messages from the other side, I believe yes. But I believe that in much the same way that I could probably become a really good chef if I went on a if I went to chef school because I do believe that we're all potentially capable of learning anything that we really put on mine too. And we really put the Alison doesn't mean everyone's going to be the most talented ATH it. But it does mean that I think we will capable of one thing. I do it my workshops is I get people to channel on this. Usually some horrified faces when I now that's what we're about to do. And that's why I've handed paper and pen out Nello. I've never done. You know, I always say that for me channeling. It's not really about whether you'll channeling you'll guides. Or Jesus or a higher power all your own higher, self your own soul. It's really that doesn't really matter. What really matters is that you'll going beyond the more limited mind, the most human ego into a wiser high abroad, a source of energy in inflammation. And that in itself. Get solicited expand you in. That's really what channeling is about for me. It's about us taking a dose of high wise up more expanded energy. But then the hard part is how do we then apply that to a life? You know, we experiencing this beautiful opening than we come back to our level of density, and the body starts to naturally trying open beyond that density, which is why people can often go have an amazing time at a workshop really move energy inside themselves, and then come back on the hit kind of that low points, and they have to sell working the low aspects of themselves to release them so that they can integrate with. What it is. They just walked into the workshop. Right zoom action drive. I hope you're watching and listening to this dream right now. And we're learning that channeling is about going beyond your physical individual mind and sort of connecting with the source fabric at collective consciousness that we are all part of and then not just that dumbing Bank. And then hopefully, bringing some information back that you can apply in your life. Now. I remember that you mentioned the disease mentioned to you that we've been with you all along. Right. And that's what got my attention. So what prevents sometimes from accessing our psychic gifts are abilities. Well, you know, I think the first thing that comes to me with that is the world we live in, and you know, we're recording this in twenty nineteen I'm forty two. So when I began public channeling fifteen years ago, this was the early days of the incident. So that there wasn't a lot out there that was widely shed what I am seeing in the last decade is a real rise in consciousness exploration. So people are seeing meditation mindfulness yoga nutrition, exercise, channeling all of these things as part of the exploration of all wide consciousness, and it's becoming more normalized on more available. So for me, I think what what can stop. It is. Fear old to you know, it's not that long ago that religion decided that supposed- witches should be Bunn d- wheel. So no from history that that was also just a good excuse to get rid of a load of intuitive women or women who were interfering with what those that were in control of the village wanted to do. So I think there is naturally a fear of our intuitive connection to life that has been instilled by those who would rather weak didn't connect to the fact that we're all intuitive beings. So for some people it will shop is channeling for other people. It might just be that feeling you get in your stomach. You might beat the person who's like note. Mike doesn't feel right about this. My my other brain doesn't feel intuitively right about this. So I think we've been stopped societally. But I know that many people nowadays are beginning to pulp open feel energy moving through that body in the mind in a way that they don't. Remember before a that's really it's a fantastic thing. And then of course, we have to learn to integrate it and stabilize it in our life today and in all community in our collective today. Right, right. I love that does all about not just listening to the thoughts in your mind, which sometimes can run rampant. It's also listening to the sensation on the feelings that you have all across your body in your stomach, maybe in your heart in your shoulders. Yeah. An an I don't know about you. But for me whenever my thought so rampant I know that my motions rampant. It's like something is triggering me. An instead of me being able to feel it on notice it in the body. I have taken that energy up to the mind. My mind's gone does the which is exactly the state that I was in the day. But the Z started token to me, and that was that was how I was able to notice the difference was like, whoa. That voice seems really calm and really steady note like these other voices, I've got over here in my head that a telling me stories about why I'm failing with my plans. So, you know, maybe life isn't going to be okay. You know, whatever it was. I was fifteen through that day. Got it. Got it. Now in your book. You talk about the art of receiving right? So what exactly does that entail? I found this so interesting. So it was it was back in Berlin. In twenty ten when I did a workshop all about abundance, and as as as as was the case back, then my workshops would very channel back, then I'm so I would do quite a lot of channeling over the weekend these days, not so much. I mean, I bring some of it in. But what I remember being so struck by this whole long channel about receiving? I'd never really thought of it in this way. But I'll I'll give you an example, a to really what that chapter is alluding to. So let's say you, and I are out for coffee, and we, you know, we order coffee in a snack age, a nice say, hey, I'm gonna pay for this. I'll get this. Now. You might go. Okay. Great. Thanks, or you might go. Okay. We'll we'll then let me get you next time or you might say, no, no, no, no, no, no. You might be any of those onces. But let's try different Saria. We sit down at the table with whoever has paid for the coffee in this neck, and I say, you I've got this great idea. Let's go to Hawaii for a week together. We love hanging out together. I'm gonna pay for the flight and the hotel and oil, food and activities. Let's go. What he's they most people aren't gonna go amazing. Thanks so much laid out spray. Most people are gonna go. You can't pay. No that thoughts are expensive. That's gonna be two thousand dollars or whatever is by Khan received that. So I'd never really thought about the issue with receiving I felt about given a lot, and we all know that give. Feels great like this something wonderful about giving your energy giving a gift giving a compliment. I mean, that's an I was definitely much more comfortable in that zone than I was in the receiving zone. So this channel kind of blew my mind at the time. And it was it was part for me of learning that there is a flow to the universe on often. The universe is trying to give us things sometimes through nature sometimes through another person sometimes through resources that come to us. But that often we block them on. We don't even notice we've look them because we've got this fear of receiving this lack of trust of receiving this lack of trust in the flow of energy. And I think that's because we have very hard wools built around on money system built around the way that we live at aunt really intrinsic in on nature, but they are intrinsic in the way, we've been trained to interact with our life and as a community. So the altar perceiving seeks to just gently detonate. Some of you will some of your, you know, your own hard wools against allowing allowing abundance in old films. Whether it's love whether it's resources, whether it's money to come to you right, right right now on the same line of tornadoes and another term that really loved. Did you write about in your book is called divine inherited? So what exactly is divine? Inheritance while this is very similar. So it's the same principle. They say the universe is a little like an ATM, and you are all making deposits all of the time through your love through how you gift people. What you do they say, but you you hesitate to make withdrawals? You can be a bit more panicky about taking a withdrawal out of the Bank of the universe, so divine. Inheritance is really that the fact that as human beings with our minds, we have been trained to get very mental about money belongings. Sources rather than recognizing. None of us will take it with us and fifty one hundred years off the wig on we probably won't even be remembered, let alone, you know, have any hold over things that we had. So they say that you'll divine. Inheritance is really you inherit this time line that we're on and repair it where the collective and weather culture is and it is a divinely orchestrated things. So sometimes we get into the minutiae of struggle with money or abundance niff-, we can just open out our perspective on remember that energy is infinite in is everywhere and start to unpick some of the ways we are holding away from all self than the divine. Inheritance starts to flow through you. Got it. Got it got it. So it's all about learning and finding out wiz that we are preventing ourselves from receding from our spiritual banks so to speak. I will give you a great example that it shows up in my life. I remember a time in two thousand six when I had just started doing this work fulltime, I had literally two pounds in my Bank account. But I had a fridge full of food. And I knew that in three days I was going to receive money from pay pal for a reading that someone had put there. So I knew I was fine. But I felt very grateful at that time flash forward to now money is no longer something that is is an issue for me in in the way that it was in the early days the work. You know, I'm so grateful. I now get to employ these wonderful creatives who help with the work that we do and we put out into the world, but I have to now. Learn the lesson of time management and self management in a completely different way. I could use money as an excuse back in the day ago awhile. I, you know, there isn't enough money for the tax Bill. So I better work hard this month. So now, I have to look at that flow and kind of. Pay attention to this results, which is myself 'cause money is not a battle for me anymore or challenge in in the way that it was. So it's interesting how I feel like the universe. Just keep shifting you. And you start to see the things you either using excuses or focuses for states of being inside. Right. They can all be moved on the. That's why it's a great thing to move from an unabashed instate financially to a site where you're like, oh this enough on of course, we never know what tomorrow brings. But it's like, oh, there's enough because then you find all the parts of your body that is still running on this idea that there isn't enough or I go to cod or I've got a so so I feel like the needles always moving on that one for us that to me is part of the divine. Inheritance? We inherited a divine life with many different foams than flavors and colors that we that. Like puzzles for us to solve in each stage of a life on a tour. We're gonna take a quick ball. 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The link you need is four Sigmatic dot com forward slash action tribe or use discount code action tribe at checkout, forcing medic everyday magic of mushrooms. All right now, let's get back to the interview. So I love the fact that you know, you mentioned it's all about going from. It's not enough to if is enough. This is your more about hardware manage my time in a better way, helping them manage my life in a better way as opposed to solely thinking about money because you've gone beyond their. Yeah. And I will say that even back then thanks to the I did feel really grateful that that was my job. But it was interesting with with a I think for many years because I was always focused on expanding my work three working with other people. Like, I always hired people to do the work with me. So that I wasn't like a wet slave to my mission. If you like, so I always would use whatever results came in to invade. Vest back into my work. But in the last few years with some of those things no longer being a kind of on the edge. I've been able to go will I'm I'm how can I serve better. Now. How can I really elevate my own life in vibration? So that those people for him I am emanating messages of support and sign with my team. You know, we approach it that way to this just a little more space to do that now. But I still catch myself occasionally being a little hamster wheel minded, which is selling grain than our culture. It's like, you know, you have to hold. Well, what's next? And so on might challenge has been to know when to stop 'em power down and go. No, it's okay. You can you can not do much for the next few days because you've actually did a lot last week. And you can now let's be presence to the internal life until your immediate life as much as. The wideouts alive if that makes sense countered now in one of eatings with the Z it's written, and I love how they put it. It says the reason we are so joyous about delivering the art of receiving messages in this channel is that so much of your work has already been done. So hor does or does that mean, exactly? Well, you you like primed to receive. It's like, you are you are right there and imagine. Okay. So let's put it this way. You'll like oh God. I just wish I had a bit more time or a bit more money or a bit more space from this relationship situation. The good news is it's about twelve inches away from your face. The tricky part is how can you rearrange your face accordingly in your mind, the coding lead to let yourself feel its presence and let it in. And that's what's so interesting to me about all of this stuff how we can imprisoned ourselves and wink can feel the most extraordinary expanded consciousness inside our selves and unwilling moving between those two extremes. So I think for me, that's really what that means got chill. Would you say that we usually really close to what we designing? Or the thing that you are not dragged in our lives. Would you go to sometimes have the right mindset to realize how close we are to it? You know, how when you're giving a friend advise, and you're like, oh, God, I wish she would get out of our own way. Here. I am again telling her about this awful boyfriend that she's just in an awful, dramatic break-up. And of course, I'm compassionate to have feelings. And of course, I, you know, I want to support her, but I've seen her do this six times in the last six years, and every time the pain seems to get greater in that moment. It might not be the time to say it to have. But maybe the next day when she's out of the hysteria or the emotional reaction. You might say, you know, what jail. I just wanna tell you something. I have watched you suffer through this patent for the last six years on. I love you. And I don't think you need to have you thought about really getting underneath what this is. I'm looking at why you end up with men who don't love you as much as we your friends. Do was your parents. Is that the first boyfriend that broke your what is it that you're playing out that makes you think you don't deserve this love? So what I mean is to us the outside will like jail. Why don't you just you know, end up with a good guy? What jail among this is awful is har-. It's like watching you cut yourself. A trust me. I've I've I've been Jill as I'm show all of us have been the, but it's it's it's not about her outer world at that point. It's about Herenton weld, and her belief systems a more she is seeking to heal. And she is trying to heal it repeatedly over and over again with an outside second sons versus going that six really toxic relationships. I've been in what's going on in my inside south that I should now investigate get support with that. This is what I keep manifesting in the outer world. Got it got it. Thanks for clarifying that now the concept of surrender, you know, house. How is surrender connected to abundance because you've written about that in your book a holiday to related. Well, I'll go back to the example of when I had two pounds in my Bank account which account. I I don't know what it is US at the moment may be one dollars thirty. And I knew that that was all I would have for a few days now to be fair. I had a family that I could always have gone hung too. So my story is not a tool as extremists some people's who might have been worried they'd be on the street will, but but for me that was unusual seconds down to have surrendered, you know, my monthly wage that gave me the security to know, I could pay my rent and my bills into go into the self employment mode for the first time, I did surrender to it. But I could have fought it. I could have spent a lot of time worrying and stressing panicking and guy why is the universe only giving me to pounds the risk. That may be I can't pay my bills. I don't know, you know, I could have pushed against unfolds. So what I have learned is you know, to surrender. You could say surrender to abundance is one thing surrender to life is another like, what is here in this moment. So if you don't have much in your Bank account, and that bothers you take a moment and look around the room that you're in whether it's you're staying at a friend's house. Whether you actually rent or even own that room as much as any of us ever on anything and just go awhile on I'm sheltered right now. I'm not in the middle of enough quake all assume NAMI, and I actually can eat, and I do have friends, and I can reach out to some people for support and their places I can go so start to take list, the abundance that you have around. He said surrender to abundance is about show acknowledged the part of you that wants to change something. But absolutely surrendered to the abundance. That's already that too. And notice it on when you notice it shifts iovine abrasion, and it starts to put you into a receiving state, which is what you need to draw more abundance yourself. So you'll receiving what's right in front of your nose as the first step to receiving mole. Got it. Got it. Entities. And why I think this question is super important is because a lot of our listeners and us right now are people who are have identified different location or a different job or profession that they would like to get into and sort of the Chazan inbetween can be difficult sometimes especially when it comes to finances things like that and this morning. In fact, I was going to your book, you know, just the art of the concept of surrender and letting go whether you're whether you're talking about abundance or just life in general this surrendering to the moment and the situation and the circumstances that you're in. It's a wonderful feeling. Well, it's funny. You bring this up because we if you go to my website, which is Lee Harris energy dot com on the homepage. There the top we have a a little abundance package that we give to anyone who wants to join the newsletter for free. And there is an article that I wrote that hasn't been published anywhere cool. Okay. I'm surrender to abundance. So I'm for anyone listening to this painful. I encourage you to garden receive that gift from the website. Got it. Now Lee you mentioned that when it comes to Carmine abundance. You're right. Everything is possible. Certain lessons must be learned before these possibilities become available. So what are these lessons and hardest won grow about discovering? What lessons dessert? Well, the way that it was presented to me. And I asked lots of questions about this. Because I think, you know, the whole idea of destiny Ofri will end of talked about to me in this feels truth to me, suddenly is they said that it's kind of a combination of the two that there is free will as to how and when certain things take place, they sit there are few things that are very predestined. So the might be Sutton, people Sutton places uncertain events that are really important for your life path. But it's almost like as you take off those important healings, although it's important learnings. You move out of a. Amal comic cycle. And of course, your whole life isn't comic, but there are certain comic lessons, and then you go into a new state of consciousness is often what people will refer to as awakened living or enlightenment. It's when you free of the bonds, you you get to start to transmit and experience the transmission of the earth at a free level. So full for myself, for example, I know that a relationship with grief has been comic because there are certain things in my life. That have happened to me that have plunged means have really deep grief, and the irony is the really deep grief propelled me into awakening sites. But for for someone else, it might be a relationship to anger for someone else. It might be that they came back to really focus on injustice, so they either experienced injustice or they become the one who tackles the bully in the playground who's beating up on other kids in the may end up in the Justice system or they end up. His healing grief counselors. So what the Z's explain is? There are certain themes that are unique for each of us a may tend to drive what we do where we go on what we're interested in. Got it got it. So does it often happen? They want you go through that experience you've gone through it you learned your lesson. And now you're free to go on with your life. It really depends on the person in whether or not you still enjoying it. So I've met some people who you know, will like genius musicians from childhood rans that clearly in a reincarnated musician very early and then thirty five they go. Yup. I'm done. I I don't feel and they become the going train as a doctor in. Everyone's not hang on a male like, well, you know, music is quite mathematical mathematical knowledge, I now want to employ as a doctor. And when that also the fifty do you ever miss music in? They'll no not really I really feel like I go to out my system, and it's probably because they had eight lives behind them in that in that art. So it doesn't there isn't a hard and fast rule from what I've understood from Z's. They said some people will. Complete Sutton comic lessons or energies in their life on some will be left active, and also if you'll enjoying your comic life of being a very happy musician because perhaps before you were a very tortured on agglomerated musician Yanni might choose to go through your whole life having that active, but the key is once you heal the torture. So let's say you became a very successful musician in the wild age thirty there was a pain or a wound in you that that was going to heal. Then you go to another level of using music, and you go into a more service-based focus around it because you're no longer needing to be validated by success. You've kind of just oh, okay. Success reorganized, my wound. Now, I just say successes community. I don't really say it as anything just said as I reached a number of people in that succumb unity connection. So we can also go up the levels within each area too. Got it. Got it. Thanks for sharing. Now for everyone listening right now. Or maybe watching this live. We have Nisha Carmen Jackie. We've got naked got so many will watching right now, what can a person do each. And every morning, maybe are during the day for more abundance to get closer to abundance. You'll of HUD, this for many different voices. But be grateful for what you have really the one of the best things disease have ever said to me in it stays with me all the time. They say, you do not know when you're going to die, and it could be any moment. And I don't know about you. But even just this year, they're healthy and fit people that I've known who've like I know of two people who died in the sleep with. No warning, no anything. So it always brings it home to me that in the moment that were in some level of internal pain or suffering. If we can sure knowledge it may be put a notes in it that you need to investigate this. So give it some time. But also to kind of come out of it for a second ago. Wow. I'm alive right now. I won't be at some point in the next fifty sixty seventy eighty years. I don't know when but right now, I'm in this thing. I mean, this major kind of playground coli cooled the us, which sometimes doesn't feel. Like a playground. But then I whenever I hear people say that I always tell the playground. Wasn't. It was fun. Right. You know, the playground. Sometimes it was fun. Sometimes it was games. Sometimes it was being bullied sometimes it was feeling afraid to go out that you know, it's kind of everything. Got it gutter today, go action tribe and people who are watching listening. We are in his vigil Prager playground. And sometimes it might not always be fun. But you always learn a lesson or two 'til that you'll use in your journey ahead now Lee for all the spiritual entrepreneurs conscious entrepreneurs people who are getting into entrepreneurship and doing their own thing. What does money joy, and how can someone watching the show expedients more of that money joy? While, you know, first of all, I love that you focus on this group because it's a group I've been really cold to work within the last eighteen months, I really love helping people organize the kind of the building blocks around that work because I didn't really have much guidance. I had like mental is along the way, and I definitely benefited from people. But there was no back when I started the wasn't somebody helping me with the kind of inner work as much as they ought to work. And I think what you have to do is do a real. I have a program for coaches and found pronouncements cold O'neil value in it. There's a whole section on money. And I talk about taking an inventory of your money life so far. So what did you parents teach you about money? How did they react to money? What about the other influential people in your life? If you're with a partner or in a business partnership right now, what is that money, vibration? Just I stopped by noticing. All the people you've been influenced by because that carries weight, and that has affected you in some way. So for example, if you know that you'll partner who you've been with for ten years is always very lie all in spending money on this. So now than you might have become a bit too much of an optimistic cheerleader about money to try and balance your partner and get your opponents say, yes, which might mean you make irrational decisions because you trying to pull hard against your partners practice pragmatism. So making assessments of kind of what's going on around you with money. But also recognizing money is a really emotional force. One of the things that struck me was when I would be working with people who are going through divorces. I would hear this time and time again, they would often say things along the lines of I can't believe it. The divorce was amicable until we started getting to the house in the belongings. And I remember channeling for women many. Years ago who's in throw in the Z said to her well where people won't get emotional about the feelings. They will get emotional about their things. It's like a transference. So I've noticed just for myself when I get knotted around money, and because I had many years where I was literally like, oh, God, I hope that's enough money in the company accounts the tax Bill when it comes round. It's taken me several years kind of not have that replay my body and to kind of below my God. Wow. I've definitely got enough saved, you know, for the tax Bill. So I think money joy is a process like anything. You don't get it overnight in one of the things that I think we all encouraged to do enough is taken assessment of our relationship to money into just put it under the microscope. Many people are like, oh, I don't like looking at my Bank accounts than you must. And you must understand why you don't like looking at it and make some notes so have someone coach you will take a get a book or a cool. So recognize this isn't area that you have some trauma in and there are many tools in great teachers around money. That can help you with that. And just say it as an area that you're going to expand in your life. Make it make it a part of your self growth because money is just energy, but it can be very sick on emotional energy that we've all grown up in so clearing your relationship with is really important. Wonderful. And I'm sure that people watching and listening right now are able to relate and agree. That money is an energy. It can either be can either be a lot of fun and growing as well as toxic like you mentioned. Yeah. You know, I want to add one thing. I love that. You just said that one of the biggest breakthroughs I've had both myself. But also with other people when I'm encouraging them to allow more abundance into their lives. Some people have a really hard time receiving that. Or they're worried about how their family will react to it will I can't be the only one in my family that doesn't have money problems on what I always say is think of what you will do with it an who you will give it to because when we're coming from a tree place will naturally benevolence and who needs a million to two million dollars sitting in a Bank. You know, if you if you did generate that money than you would use it for things, you would help out that friend of yours, you would create projects that would help the weld. So it's interesting how people's minds change when they de- personalized money coming to themselves as if I. I'm not worth a million dollars. None of us because it's just the construct. But if you become the embassador for a million dollars, and that's how I see it where ambbassador for our resources energetically. All monetarily, all the practical things we that helps a lot of people to recognize that don't see bringing the money to yourself. So that you can sit there in a room full of notes because that's gonna give you nothing, but you can have resources that you can share an offer end give out a net tend to help a lot of people go. Okay. I never thought of it. Like that. Right. Right. Writes, this if you're watching listening is a great exercise to do because the truth is like you've of your learning today, the nursing event, we're gonna help you much on are gonna take the money with you after you pass away, but think about creativity Hugh have a large sum of money, depending on what someone a sum of money that is try to find out. How are you? Allocate it or are you going to do is it how are you going to use it for the greater good of humanity as well as people in around your life? So thanks for sharing that lead. That's a wonderful way to look at it. So are you willing to do a quick reading from me? I'd love to learn if there's any message from the other side, or if there's somebody who wants to, you know, pass on so MRs from your communicate with me. Okay. So festival. I love your accent, by the way. And and the reason I bring that up is it feels to me that you really are an ambassador for four for your people, actually. And there are some really strong cultural imprint that you are both benefiting from challenged by. And so this this can be a tricky thing us sometimes because you can go between the extremes. It's what allows you to take a wider view and to be a good chili the for others 'cause you're really good. When someone's in tight place at. Going. You know, what trying to see it this way to a no-go? Oh, yeah. But for you. It's gonna be really joyous for you to surrender even more into recognizing euro so allowed to create things for yourself. And you're allowed to have desired as an you're allowed to lean into those desires, and I get that was interesting about you is even though you really pay attention to teaches voices opinions. For you to create really effectively you have to do it alone because you'll very sensitive energetically. And so what you do is you take all of these pieces of information from outside you and you bring it in. And then you have to kind of grow it through your own system. It's not necessarily that someone else can kinda hold your hand. While you're running a rice some people would be bullied by that. And it would help them finish the rice view. It would throw you because you'd be so sensitive to their energy that actually what happens for you as you research than you come back to yourself, a new power up one of the things that comes to me with you is. You've already healed so much pain in others. That's something if you died now you have done so much for the Paine field of others. I'm because you feel the pain field of the planet. So deeply, you also have this really strong sense of responsibility around helping lift humanity on helping them heal that it it's gonna be really important for you to now know that that is hard wide into your system. So it should never be part if you'll focus meaning if you catch yourself if someone says, hey, come into this project with me, and it feels really good in your system. You'll all yeah. I'd love to do that project. And then if your mind starts going yes in this is going to really help me help people heal the pain. Don't even give that thought more than a minute go. Oh, yeah. Don't need to listen to that voice. Because that's hardwired in me. Because I think that's the voice that. Can make you feel like the weld is on your shoulders a bit when you get tired, and can you can feel greatly responsible. And there are figures in your life who have enjoyed making yours funds for our great. He's gonna tight responsibility for my pain. My suffering my financial needs. So I'll just lean on him because everytime lean on him. He just keeps giving me MO so so I think just in terms of your own abundance, which you're clearly working on right now in interested in given. What we've talked about recognize you've already done so much for the world. And that's hard wide in you. What is it that you yourself need to enjoy your life? Just the next level for say this next year. And also to be very mindful of other people roping you into their pain because they can rope you in but not really outcome. Ising you'll help. Meaning it's the people who just come back timing. In time again to be lifted, and if you really pay attention, you're like, well, they're not really actually ever elevating. They just come to me miserable. Every week. I spend an hour of my energy getting them back afloat. And then they come back again. So Anaya was feel tired. So start to notice that sought to notice consciously where the energy flow is imbalanced them while the people showing up with Sutton imbalances. Barrels can you to rebalance full them rather than necessarily receiving you'll help to focus on that for themselves, so really subtle things. And then the only lost thing. I guys laughed at you know, you. Like, you laughing for five minutes is like most people going to a spa for a month. So if you just make show that lofta happens in your life because you do have a really deep connection to joy and laughter. And sometimes that's a reverence it looks many different ways with you. But that actually lofted is medicine for your body because it really relaxes you another system in opens your channels. So if you feel things have been very serious too long or you've been around serious people for too long, you have to make sure the something is inviting you to laugh because that really for you is medicine. Got it got it. Thanks a lot so much Lee for this wonderful reading, I'm definitely gonna taken and apply some of the messages and recommendations that you've shared with me today now for people who are watching this show right now, what is it one quick and small action step that you like to commend that. They try out while you know, it comes from my husband's Stephen, and he's a big he's he's someone who who said this many times to me in life. And it's something he really lives by an it's it's one step at a time. You know, one moment to the time one day at a time, and you know, obviously in marriage or in any kind of punishment you help each other out. You know, you have your grace moments when you have your moments where you are a bit more contracted the will now or a friend or sibling who can just kinda help you open out again for me one step at a time one moment at a time one day at a time. It helps bring it back to the present. If things get very big either. In your psyche in your life, basically, a remedy for overwhelm. And that to me that action step of what's the one action. One small thing you can do today towards your bigger goal. And to recognize that that's how we build big goals. We can't just get lost in the architecture of a big goal. We also have to go. Okay. We'll I'm willing to go. Get the first brick can brush it off and get the cement stick it in the ground. And dig a hole, you know, the the visionary south than this the practical implementational phone, I always find that. When I get a bit lost or a little overwhelmed by life. I try and bring it back to a really small focus. And then I find that. I get my flow back. Wonderful. Thanks for shedding lead for podcast listeners. Who are listening to our audio podcast to read the entire show notes? For today's episode, including inspirational court, the book recommendation and nuggets of wisdom that you might have missed nor have been able to capture right away with it. My seven jugaris dot com forward slash two seven six. That's my seven checkers dot com forward slash two seven six which is the episode number for today. When something is important enough. You do it even though the odds are north in your favor action. Dr whenever you want to make a change in your life. Whenever you want to do something new whenever you want to achieve something big. There are many counter forces that try to place obstacles and challenges in front of you. And in most cases, these issues seem to come out of nowhere, right? When least expected and when something like this happens. Remember that this is because you're shaking things up in your building the momentum needed for a big change. This is just part of life. And sometimes the arts are in stacked in your favor. But just like Elon Musk reminded us with something is important enough. You do it even though the odds are not in your favor. Salih talked was about one meter life challenge that you had to go to in your life. What were you going through? And then how did your comment? I mean, you know, this question of so many things that hit me. But the the thing that hits me the most in this moment is staying in painful relationships too long, both on a personal level with a romantic all of friendship relationships and in business too. Because part of me always thought that it could have a breakthrough. All you know, I was seeing something I talk about in a coast. I have cooled 'em pats narcissists, I'm seeing the highest potential either in the person or in the possibility of our relationship and not paying attention to what was right in front of my nose. And so now, you know, I I'm pretty good at recognizing. No, this isn't flowing. This isn't working no amount of magical thinking is going to think my way through the possibility. Of course, everything is possible. But it's clearly showing me that this this formation of our chemistry is not flowing the way it does in other areas. So it's important for me to initiate, and and and be the person to initiate, the passing of the ways of the letting go of that that's something. I mean, I've been on both sides of that equation. But I will you know as much as it huts to have someone else. Stop a relationship that you won't continue. I've always found it much harder to be the person who actually tells the other person, I think we need to stop this business relationship or this emotional relationship. Yeah. I think that's been one of my biggest challenges and pain points in life. But it's one of grown through too. Got it got her thanks for shedding. I think this is a very relevant story and something that everyone can take away from relationships. Right. We either have relationships that servers are relationships that are a bit toxic that do not serve as an as you mentioned dang in being from relationships for too long waiting for things to change waiting for the breakthrough looking at the positive, you know, focusing on the future at the expense of looking at the what's happening and things that were repeating that was one of the biggest challenges that you had to go through. And at some point you need to realize that the relationship is not serving like you mentioned. Right. And then you need to make a change and just focus on the future. But look at the pattern that is happening again, and again because your energy and your focus is so important. So that is really really useful or that one life lesson that you'd like to share based on that story that you share. I would say be yourself and figure out who you all that caused me so much pain in my younger years. I was really good of feeling the world around me. And I was really confused about who the hell I was in the central, and so I did all kinds of things to myself in my teenage as the destructive and then started to heal from my late teens on what's. So I think be yourself entrust that you'll meant to be who you are. And yet doesn't mean that there isn't room for improvement for all of us. You know, the might be a better way that we can learn to communicate things we might be a slightly more lifting person three years from now than we all right now in all of that so carry, but it all starts with the core of who you are. And where all addict so piece for each other at this time that all alive together unto trust that. Well, I think that's really powerful self awareness. Understanding the qualities that you have strengths and certain maybe weaknesses that you have that you need to work on or maybe certain energetic blocks that you need to sort of care. This is so so useful thanks for sharing Lee action. By hope you're enjoying today's session as much as I am. Today's episode was all about energy intuition, and the power of your heart, and based on the conversation that I'm having these days, I'm realizing more and more that energy is all that is everything around you and within you is all energy, and because of this reality, there are certain techniques certain principles exercises that we're learning today and visualizations that you can do to shift that energy, whether you want change your thoughts, your emotions your physical body or your energetic body. And if you forget everything from today's episode, but you just remember one piece of information than remember that change is always possible. But you must have hope. Nope. Because no matter where you are in life. You might just be like limited twelve inches from that energetic transformation or the change that you're looking for that will change your life because as the inventor and engineer Nikola, tesla once said if you want to find the secrets of the universe think in terms of energy frequency, and why abrasion? The think about that for a few moments with that we are now at the last but very important round for today, which is the wisdom around. So are you ready? I hope so. Laura's the best feasible. Vice the best number one piece of advice that you received in your life who boy. Apart from the two that I've already mentioned today. The best piece of advice that I've received in my life is that everything poces because you know, when when everything's flying. You don't think you don't think it with a problematic mind, but when things it's tough or difficult all stock you you tend to think about in focus on the problem, but the everything passes everything changes that has that has helped me so many times. Wonderful. And if you could turn back diamond spend one hour with somebody who is currently living or dead. Who would it be? Oh. Queen Victoria is the first person that comes to make because I have a feeling she wasn't very happy. And I really liked to understand agree light to understand what her life was like got it. And where does it one thing that you do in the morning or in the evening before you go to sleep that has improved the quality of your life? Very practical things. I drink the juice of one lemon in hot water will wall water every morning before anything else goes into my body in the end of the day. The last thing I put my body is a magnesium solution in water. So yeah. For me for me, like the highest sites consciousness that easily accessible so focusing on the practical, and my body is kind of like that that that's something that has really that feels really good to do at the beginning of the end of the day love that by the way, apple cider vinegar. And some is my gym. So if you could recommend one book for listeners, what would it be? You know, it's still the book that have blew me. A blue my mind when I was twenty years old and gifted it to five friends at the time, and it's twenty two years ago. And it's a book that I say at the top of charts on Amazon ole time now thrills maintenance the full agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. I just think there is a timeless simplicity and elegance and goodness to that book. So so clearly channel through him. And I love that. It's it's become a classic. 'cause I I go two months after it came out when no one had had of it. So I I think is very apt that is out that. So they action I have the four agreements if you'd like to receive this book for free, the no that audible dot com is offering action tribe. One free audiobook download with a free thirty day trial. So that you can check out their amazing service in the books that they have listening is the new reading, and I definitely love listening to my audible books that are having my phone, and the beauty is that you can have so many different books instead of the physical books. You can have them on your phone. And usually the list of the the author are somebody else is reading the book for you. There's not amazing. So do get your own free. Audiobook, go to my seven jeopardize dot com slash free book. That's my seven juxtapose dot com forward slash free book and start listening to the four agreements the lead. Thank you so much for joining us today was a real honor to connect and Degen with you before you go tillers wanting that you're grateful right now for. And how we can find you online right now. I'm grateful for peace. It has been really busy few weeks with the release of the book and in about a loft style. Two things got much more peaceful. And so I am so enjoying the softness and the space the that I've been able to have a bit more of the last two or three days. Yeah. A on my book. So if you go to my website, Lee, Harris, energy dot com. The homepage. You'll find the gift abundance package right bay. You'll see the book at the top end all the different places. You can get it online or bounce a noble or places like that. And I have a free monthly video that comes out every month on YouTube, and on my website and his cooled and energy updates. And it's really just giving you a bit of a reading of what's going on genetically on the planet, and there was a viable on my homepage. Or if you sign up for my newsletter and get the abundance package. You'll receive an Email every time there's a new one guard got thanks a little shedding. I'm so glad that you have some peace and some meat I'm for you right now. Because from what I heard promoting a book can be intensely difficult and and a burden energy, right? Because if travelling allowed speaking allot Canadian US, so many people that it can drain your energy. But I'm glad that that is for the time being over again action tribe to get the book that we. We spoke about today. We obviously didn't get a lot of times is good to all the different stuff that is explained and written about in his amazing book. Make sure that you go to my seven chocolate is dot com forward slash two seven six book. My seven chuckles dot com forward slash two seven six book in see the page. Learn more about it and grab your copy. So Lee thank you so much for coming on our show. Talking to us about energies spirit abundance receiving an so many amazing topics and taking one step closer to a human revolution. Thank you is my honor to be with us. I thank you to you into oil listeners. 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"Hey it's patricia murphy. It's thursday this is seattle now. The vaccines against corona virus were developed with incredible speed. But the rollout has been rocky in a minute. Kyw's anna boyko. iraq will explain why i. Let's get you caught up nine out of ten washington state. Congress members agree. President trump deserved to be impeached for inciting last week's capital insurrection. Republicans jaime herrera butler. Vancouver and dan. Newhouse of yakima joined the state's democrats in voting. Yes on wednesday. The lone holdout was republican cathy. Mcmorris rogers of spokane who said she didn't believe trump incited violence and called. The process rushed an unusual number of songbird showing up dead in backyards around king county has state wildlife officials asking you to take down the feeder if you have one pine siskind. Another finches are dying from salmonella poisoning which can spread more easily when the birds flock together around. Feeders it's also not helping that. There are more of them around thanks to a phenomenon where birds that usually hang out in canada during the winter migrate farther south than usual fish and wildlife is asking you to stop outdoor feeding until at least the end of the month or clean your feeder daily. And if you've been listening to the rain every night and thinking we've been getting a lot more than usual. You are not wrong. The national weather service says that as of yesterday seattle got twenty percent of its usual annual rainfall in just thirteen days. No other seattle january has come close to being this wet since the motion picture was invented. More than one hundred twenty five years ago. Forecast says it'll be back to the usual drizzle over the next few days. It's been a few weeks since washington got its first shipment of covid vaccines. The excitement was palpable. But things have not gone as planned. Many healthcare workers are still waiting to get their first dose. And we're not sure how or when people outside of the highest risk groups will be able to get a vaccine. Kyw's anna boyko. Why rock is here to explain what's going on. Hey anna hello trish. Oh good to see your face. The state has had a whole plan for who gets vaccinated. When remind us where we are in that list. Okay so we are in phase one a and that covers people who work in healthcare settings or live or work in places like nursing homes assisted living adult family homes. This is still the first of the first groups. Okay okay. So how are those people actually getting shot in the arm. What does that process. Look like so it really depends on who you are so for example healthcare workers you work at a hospital. That has doses. You make an appointment. You come in butter being butter. Boom you get the shot. Let's say you're a healthcare worker but the place you work doesn't have the vaccine. You're at a small clinic. You're at a dental office. Then you have to figure out. Well how can you get in. How can you actually secure. An appointment could dose. You know this represents one delay in the process. There's this sort of matchmaking. It's a whole different process for long term care facilities. So those are you know. Senior living homes nursing homes assisted living facilities and A lot of them are still waiting for their date to get vaccinated. they are working with the pharmacy. It could be their local pharmacy or they could be partnering through this federal partnership with cvs and walgreens And so they have to wait for. Cvs and walgreens is to call them up. Say hey can we come in. And then those pharmacists come in and vaccinate the residents and they've done a small fraction of those facilities in the state and there are hundreds more facilities left. This sounds complicated and confusing. One thing we do know though. Is that the state has gotten more than six hundred thousand doses. So far a lot of them are sitting in storage right now. About thirty percent i think have actually been given what is getting in the way of delivering them to people right so as we talked about the complexity of the system really the only straightforward thing about this process is jabbing. Somebody in the arm before that after that. There's a lot that you have to sort through. So i'll walk you through some challenges number one. The flow of the vaccine supply and the planning for example hospitals. Don't have a lot of lead time. About how many doses. They're getting when the state actually doesn't have a lot of lead time of how many doses were getting and so. It's hard to plan if you don't know what's coming in which leads me to the next logistical challenge. Which is scheduling. So if you're a hospital You don't want to schedule people and then have the doses fall through cassie. Sour is the ceo of the washington state hospital association and she shared a story recently of a hospital where that happened. And this last minute scramble. That ensued hospital in olympia. Capital medical center had vaccine clinics starting on new year's day at seven. Am and they had one hundred. People signed up had joe vaccine so multi-car offered to give them vaccine new year's eve late and i think They drove it down there. Like eight or nine o'clock at night. I'm so they can start their vaccine clinton the next day. So there's there's a lot there's worry about getting signed up for something if you don't have supplies and so also talked about all the work that hospitals have to do around giving one dose so there's scheduling and then there's also a lot of extra paperwork those vaccine. That would be easier but since you for sure. Need to get into the person's information record very carefully. What day may receive the vaccine which vaccine they received. Make sure you're not mixing pfizer moderna. The record keeping is super important. Right what we're hearing though is that this is unprecedented. And we're dealing with a government process here. Sounds like what the upshot is. This is complicated. We are dealing with a government process on top of a fractured healthcare system which is not one system but different players in a system and we're saying the people who are getting this vaccine. I are people in that system which is not one system so we have to get coordination among a system that may not necessarily be coordinated. Okay so the. We know that this is difficult right now. Is there any indication that we could reach a point where things might start to be more smooth certainly so all that said the pace is picking up week over week more doses going into more arms than the week before looking just at king county new year's eve on average about three thousand doses were administered per day. Ten days later that number was up more than thirty percent. Now that's an improvement but we need to vaccinate four times that number every day for king county to reach a good level of immunity. And we're going to really have to switch up the system and use different methods otherwise it would take years. you said. This was a fractured healthcare system. What indication do you have that anything might change. Are we going to get better at this because we need to. Oh yeah and actually. We already have a model for a way to get better at this. And that's cova testing that there were these big gaps in the system. We we weren't getting enough tests. And so you had these local authorities who were sort of standing up their own things so right now what you already see is you have local state. And even national officials are floating ways to speed this up so for example last week paine field. You know the airport in everett and this week at edmonds community college they have mass vaccination sites snohomish county shared a video of this mass vaccination clinic starting at paine field and it's people driving up in their cars rolling up their sleeves. And like you see an injection and there's an airplane and the distance this week. The swedish healthcare system is launching a mass vaccination clinic in a couple of weeks. We're going to have to vaccination sites scheduled to open in king county and south king county The counties also talking about working with employers and community centers to create pop-up vaccination clinics and in seattle. They're also talking about potential locations for mass vaccination sites one of the covid testing sites might become sort of a hybrid site and also be able to vaccinate people. Midsummer was supposed to be the rough estimate for when everyone would be vaccinated if they wanted to be. Should this slow. Rollout change our expectations for that timeline. I have a hunch that yes it should just given how things have rolled out so far now. There are a couple other things at play that we haven't talked about. And that's that right. Now we have to authorized vaccines but by end of The spring we might have five total. You know we already saw. When the vaccine was approved a hugh we got a huge bump in doses. In the number of doses. Were able to get so as we see potentially more vaccines being evaluated and if those get approved we could see the supply increase a lot and that could change things too. I'm just gonna continue my own personal strategy of taking one day at a time every day one day at a time. Wise words w anna boyko why rock has been covering vaccines since the rollout. Take so much. Thank you seattle. Now is produced by claire. Mcgrane carolina chamberlain gomez and jason began matt. Jorgensen does our music. I'm patricia murphy tomorrow.

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Boeing Really Takes Off

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44:55 min | 1 year ago

Boeing Really Takes Off

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I'm an executive producer with iheartradio and how stuff works Nulla of all all things tech and in our last episode I covered the early history of Boeing from its founding to the early years of World War Two when the pioneering hiring is aviation company was making long range bombers with the designation B seventeen nine didn't get to this factoid but at its peak production in nineteen forty four airplane manufacturers were producing sixteen B Seventeen in twenty four hours now. That wasn't just Boeing's factories mind you though Boeing was the company that designed the B seventeen other manufacturers got the license to produce that same design in order to meet the military's need for more aircraft today. We're going to continue the company's history largely the World War Two because a lot happened with Boeing at that appoint and we're also going to talk about some other military aircraft as well as the commercial aircraft that Boeing would become known for in fact. Let's start with a passenger aircraft that Boeing was working on while it was also ramping up production of the B. Seventeens so in the mid nineteen thirties this is before the United States was in world war due to the airline Pan American Airways better known as Pan Am at the time wanted more aircraft capable of making the Transatlantic Atlantic flight between Europe and North America Pan. AM was one of many companies that sprung up in the nineteen twenties to meet the demand of carrying airmail and then evolved into a passenger service airline. The airline already had a few aircraft from another manufacturing company called Martin so Boeing bid on on this Pan Am contract and won the contract called for the design of a flying boat which kind of tells you everything you need to know about that the type of aircraft so unlike a sea plane flying boat doesn't have pontoon landing gear nor does it have wheels to land on firm ground instead the fuselage of the plane itself is designed to float and the aircraft lands and takes off from the water so it looks like a boat with wings these aircraft could be quite large because they used very large bodies of water as airports so there was no need to build runways or landing strips that that could be large enough to accommodate them and that was a real limiting factor on early airports you go out and build an airport with a landing strip and you know a you know some some <hes> takeoff strips and everything was sized to the planes of the time them as they built larger planes. They wouldn't fit on those older airports airports. Will this got around that because the airport was essentially the ocean or very large lakes and those were huge. There was no need to worry about the size constraints Boeing used much of the design for their bomber prototype the X._p.. Fifteen to serve as the foundation for this new commercial shoul aircraft <hes> this was the same prototype that served as the starting point for the B seventeen design so the end result was a four engine plane a propeller Speller Engines mind you not jet engines and the plane was called the model three fourteen clipper because the aircraft had a max speed of one hundred eighty eight miles per hour or three hundred and three kilometers per hour and its cruising speed was closer to one hundred fifty five miles per hour or two hundred forty nine kilometers per hour there weren't that many seats aboard the aircraft this allowed for seating plan in which the seats could be converted into beds because a flight could take twenty hours or so if you're going across the ocean if it's going to be a twenty hour flight and you need to have a lot of space for people to be able to the recliner and sleep I mean that's almost a full day of flying Pan Am really pulled out all the stops which now that I think about is another for example of a tech phrase based off largely obsolete type of technology anyway they made service aboard these planes a real luxury. It was <music> high class travel and so it was for a very small population of disgustingly wealthy people and I might be showing a bit of Envy V. Here but anyway this was one example of a civilian aircraft that Boeing would make around the same time that was starting production on those b seventeen bombers for the military now that luxury experience wasn't always a smooth one because the model three fourteen clipper wasn't a pressurized aircraft so that minute actually had to fly at lower altitudes which also meant it would have to fly below or through weather disturbances so you can encounter some pretty rough turbulence depending upon the weather along your flight route and around that same time Boeing designed and built a commercial transport aircraft the could fly much higher because it had a pressurized cabin it can maintain a higher air pressure inside the aircraft than would be outside inside the aircraft at altitude. This particular aircraft had the designation of model three Oh seven but it was better known as the Strat O. Liner her. We're going to get a lot of STRETO aircraft in this episode now. The straddle liner was based off of Boeing B seventeen designed directly really it was not based off the X._p.. Fifteen experimental aircraft like the three fourteen clipper the streto liner wasn't aircraft that Boeing had built for for Pan Am and started manufacturing and testing these airplanes in nineteen thirty eight these would be the first passenger aircraft who offer pressurized cabins and they were also propeller planes. The pressurization allowed the aircraft to climb to higher altitudes without the Pesky issue of subjecting passengers to low air pressure where the air isn't thick enough to actually get a good lung full so that meant that you could have a pressurized cabin and the passengers could you know remain conscious. The straddle liner had a limited ability to pressurize the cabin. You couldn't actually climb up to the stratosphere an straddle liner but it was still a pretty remarkable feat of engineering the straddle liner had a passenger capacity of thirty three and it would have a crew who of six on top of that while the initial plan was to use them for commercial air travel both across the ocean and as coast to coast service in the United State's World War Two would mean that many of these aircraft would be purchased by the United States military to be used as transport for personnel and in the military the straddle headliner would receive the designation of C seventy five exact same aircraft although with the amenities really stripped out didn't need to be quite so fancy for military use but it got a new designation. I should also add that these straddle liner marked one of Boeing's big tragedies are march eighteenth nineteen eighteen thirty nine Boeing was demonstrating. The straddle liner for a Dutch airline called K._l._m.. A K._l._M. technical director named Albert von Baumhauer power served as co-pilot on this test flight and there was a Boeing test pilot who was serving as the captain. There are eight other people on the plane as well one of them from T._W._a.. Most of the rest were either from Boeing or the Dutch Air Ministry and during the test the pilot lost control the aircraft and the aircraft went into a dive dive and the pilot was unable to recover and so the straddle liner crashed and all of the people aboard died in the plane crash after an investigation Boeing engineers would add more components to the flight control system of the straddle liner mainly a Dorsal thin that would help with rudder control on the tail and thus improved. It's safety that way but this was a very tragic way to learn that lesson. There's another straddle liner incident. I should mention one. The didn't have a tragic ending but it's interesting because this was a relatively recent event now keep in mind these aircraft originally flew in the nineteen forties but the incident and I'm talking about happened on March twenty eighth two thousand two so not that long ago a three O.. Seven straddle liner registered to the National Air and Until the indicator light lit up green letting you know the landing gear was fully extended but that wasn't the end of their problems while the landing gear was now down before the crew you could go into an approach course for landing that third engine indicated a loss and fuel pressure and then failed completely the other three engines also began to indicate lower fuel pressure and the captain feathered the engines. The captain determined that the aircraft didn't have sufficient fuel pressure to make it back to Boeing field and so he chose to make an emergency water landing in Elliott Bay the crew got the aircraft down into the water where the airplane remained afloat and all of the crew we were able to evacuate the straddle liner and they were whisked off to safety the plane was later retrieved from the bay had to be crane lifted out of it but here's the other story now first of all I have to say this other story cites unnamed sources so we have to take this with an enormous grain in of salt because it could be totally untrue but this story states that the Boeing pilots were actually funding this test flight out of pocket that they were essentially doing this because they both really wanted to fly a straddle liner. I mean this was a classic propeller plane and they had actually planned on doing some circuits meaning. They were GONNA fly around and have fun in this giant aircraft and that's kind of understandable I mean it is a historic aircraft and they were paying for it themselves. So you think all right well it might seem a little you know silly but it also seems seems reasonable. I mean if they're paying for everything except obviously things didn't turn out okay so according to this version of the story the pilots only paid for about three eight hundred gallons of fuel when they were at Boeing for the beginning of their trip and their initial plan was they would fly the aircraft paine field and and they do a little few circuits but then they would land at Paine field and refuel at Paine field because at paine field the gas was slightly cheaper or really the airplane fuel was slightly cheaper and they could use that fuel for the rest of their flight shenanigans but apparently at some point along on the way here having all this fund the pilots forgot about this. Maybe they were enjoying flying the straddle egner too much they failed to refuel the plane plains sufficiently so they took off from paine field for trip number two and they had not properly refueled and they started flying circuits circuits again taking the plane l. on the joyride. An engine threes sputtered and died because there wasn't a fuel in the system they feathered the engine and and they decided they needed to land the aircraft and that's when they found out that the landing gear couldn't lower and why couldn't the landing gear lower well the power for the landing gear would normally be provided by engine three but they had feathered engine three effectively they had shut down the engine so the engine could not provide the power to lower the landing gear which meant they had to lower it manually and then they decided they would go back to Boeing field rather than land back at Paine. Remember pain is where they took off but they decide rather than return to that that landing strip which might have actually been closer before they started doing other circuits and stuff they decided to keep on going toward Boeing and making matters more confusing is that these straddle liner maintenance. It's facility was at pain so why fly back to Boeing field well again according to this unnamed source in this story it's because the crew wanted to go back to Boeing field because that's where they parked their cars so it'd be inconvenient if they landed in pain to get everything may maintained in fixed. Now this version of the story stories true the failure was on the part of the flight crew not the aircraft now again. I have no clue if the details of that story are true but but it was pretty big news in Seattle in two thousand two that Boeing had to ditch a straddle liner in that bay so Boeing was making civilian aircraft for airlines airlines and bombers the U._S. military leading up to the United States entering World War Two which happened in December nineteen forty one and nineteen thirty nine a former Boeing leader came back to see the company through the massive wartime production operations and that was Philip g Johnson who had worked for Boeing since nineteen seventeen and then he rose to the level of president of United Aircraft and Transport Company that was the Holding Company of Boeing's various businesses says but then the government U._S. government force that company to break apart so he left Boeing in nineteen thirty three and then established Trans Canada Airlines however he returned to Boeing serve as the president he was responsible for the company's performance during wartime and when we come back I'll talk about the B twenty nine nine superfortress and how Boeing switched into full on military mode but first. 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We guarantee ship station will make getting orders to your customers a lot easier that ship station DOT COM Promo Code podcast ship station make ship happen. It's hard to stress exactly how much the bombing of Pearl Harbor affected the United States not only did it mean the U._S.. Would officially declare war and enter World War Two it was also a terrifying example of how aircraft could pose as a serious threat one of the actions Boeing knowing took was to disguise its manufacturing facilities so that when viewed from the air the facilities looked like a nondescript community they built makeshift houses Ralph stuff like burlap and they put those on the rooftops of their buildings so that it looked like it was just a little poor community instead of buildings things that were housing aircraft manufacturing facilities but inside those buildings Boeing was wrapping up production on the B seventeen bomber than in their manufacturing facilities polities in Renton Washington and Wichita Kansas the company prepared to make another long range bomber the B twenty nine superfortress the military military had determined that Boeing B seventeen would be suitable for use in the European theater during World War Two but that a different aircraft would be required for the Pacific theater. There was a need for aircraft that can carry a heavier bomb payload many thousands of miles so Boeing was one of several companies companies to submit a proposal and along with manufacturing companies Martin Douglas and Lockheed Boeing was invited to build a prototype of its design nine for military consideration Lockheed and Douglas would both cancel their projects before they actually got the prototype stage they ultimately determined that it wasn't in a profitable approach for them. The Army Air Corps which would officially become the U._S.. Army Air Forces in nineteen forty one would choose Boeing's design as as their primary bomber and then Martin's designed the B thirty two served as a backup Boeing delivered some prototypes and before long entered into full production in mod the need was greater than what Boeing could accomplish on its own in its own facilities and so a bell aircraft manufacturing plant and a Martin facility pretty also would end up producing some B twenty nine aircraft also this was the age of Rosie the riveter that's the iconic image of a woman dressed for Khameini factoring work. She's flexing her muscles looking really powerful well. That wasn't just an example of propaganda. The workforce is in these facilities were largely made up of women because the male working force was largely off at war so most of these aircraft were primarily put together by women the the B twenty nine relied on an eleven person crew that included the pilot the co-pilot you had several gunners you had the bombardier you had the navigator. There are a couple of others as as well. The B twenty nine was heavier than the B seventeen weighed in at seventy four thousand five hundred pounds when empty or thirty three thousand seven hundred ninety eighty three kilograms and it was also longer than the B seventeen also had a wider wingspan than the B seventeen the aircraft would be used extensively in the the Pacific and it had pressurized sections so that the crew could move through them even when the plane was flying at high altitudes one exception of this was for the poor guy who served as the tail gunner so the tail gunner position itself was pressurized. I mean that only makes sense. You need to have a conscious governor in that a position but the area immediately around the tail gunner position which was sealed off from the rest of the aircraft that area wasn't pressurized so if if you were the tail gunner you would get into the tail gunner position before the aircraft had climbed into that higher altitude you'd seal yourself in your position would be pressurized and then you'd be stuck there until the aircraft had descended to a low enough altitude where you could get out without having being the problems of of low air pressure so that must have been pretty confining four of the machine gun turrets on the B twenty nine were capable of Operation Asian via remote control which was a real innovation at the time amend the two crew members could control the four turrets and like the B seventeen most of the guns aboard the B Twenty nine were fifty caliber machine guns. It was a b twenty nine superfortress called the Enola Gay though would carry the atomic bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima another in world war two it was in fact more expensive than the manhattan project that was the project that was responsible for developing and building the atomic bombs but the between cost more money during world war two boeing also lost its company president philip g johnson whom i mentioned just before the break he died from a massive stroke as he was overseeing operations in the wichita kansas manufacturing facility in nineteen forty four clermont claire air act vet whose name i continued to butcher but he had served as president of boeing from nineteen thirty three to nineteen thirty nine would actually step back into the position for the remainder of world war two as a sort of an interim president and then he would hand the company over to william m allen in nineteen forty i five boeing made a couple of other military aircraft during world war two besides the famous be seventeen and b twenty nine bombers <hes> you may have heard about the b fifty <music> superfortress it'd be fair the beef fifty was really a re designation of what was originally called a. b. twenty nine d so it was part of the a b twenty nine superfortress family but then got rebranded if you will into a beef fifty boeing also made a long range cargo cargo military aircraft called these strata freighter and it also made a fighter plane the x f eight b this was a single engine propeller plane gene intended for the u._s. navy as not just a fighter but also like a torpedo bomber boeing produced a prototype in nineteen forty four but world war two was over before the company was scheduled to enter into full production mode so the project was scrapped with only three aircraft all prototypes ever built boeing would also take the design and of the c ninety seven strata freighter and then refitted to serve as a commercial passenger aircraft the new design needed a new name which would become the boeing three seventy seven streto cruiser boeing's customer was once again pan am this aircraft was a bit more posh then the military variant as you might imagine there were different passenger configurations for the straddle cruiser but generally it could hold between sixty three and eighty four passengers with with a crew of four the main cabin had a staircase that led down to a lower deck and the lower deck actually served as drinks lounge very very kinda swing in you know i feel like i should remind you guys that these aircraft were all propeller airplanes these are not jet engine aircraft yet we're not quite there so this was considered you know very swanky kind of travel arrangements back when you know traveling on an airplane was a big deal and usually usually only the well-to-do could afford to ever set foot on them while i'm on the straddle cruiser i should talk about that aircraft's safety record because it's pretty <unk> dismal <hes> right now the seven thirty seven max aircraft from boeing is in the news due to some truly horrible accidents that have happened with it but that's not the first aircraft trek from boeing to have problems that lead to tragedy now it seems like the main fault for the streto cruiser lay in the choice of propellers at the time of its construction boeing had essentially two choices for propellers for the straddle cruiser was made by curtis electric and the the other was made by hamilton standard the curtiss electric propeller blades were heavier and more complex from an electro mechanical perspective and probably more expensive of to the hamilton standard propeller blades would rely on a hydraulic system so mechanically they were simpler and they were also four hundred pounds lighter than the curtiss electric propeller blades so boeing went with the hamilton standard ones they were lighter and they were less complicated unfortunately the straddle cruisers operations sometimes played more force on those propellers and their engines than they were rated to withstand and that would lead to the the propellers becoming unbalanced which would then cause powerful vibrations that could damage the engines sometimes ripping them clear off the aircraft as appeared to be the case on april twenty ninth nineteen fifty two that's when australia cruiser on route to new york from rio de janeiro crashed in the brazilian jungle all all fifty people aboard that plane died in the crash this was the worst of the tragedies involving the strategy cruiser but sadly it was not the only one there there were others as well there were enough incidents to lead the f._a._a. to issue an airworthiness directive about the hamilton standard propeller blades and while several liberal accidents were traced to problems with propellers and ultimately with a sealant that was used to hold these hollow propellers together other accidents had other causes causes there wasn't the only cause of accidents aboard strategy cruisers one involved a cabin door being improperly sealed and upon climbing to cruising altitude and achieving its pressurized status that door ultimately failed and the cabin suffered explosive decompression and it resulted in one passenger dying <hes> truly awful awful events between nineteen forty seven to nineteen fifty boeing would manufacturer fifty-six streto cruisers and during the time of their operation a total of one hundred thirty nine people died in accidents involving strata cruisers the last of which took place in nineteen seventy with a converted streto cruiser those meant to carry heavy aircraft parts now i gotta backtrack just a bed because we were in the nineteen forties and then i just went down the strategy cruiser line but in nineteen forty six boeing signed a contract to develop what was called the ground to air pilotless aircraft and from that name it sounds like it could be a remote control drone but that's not it that was actually the name for a two stage missile designed to fly faster than the speed i've sound the first missile boeing ever designed it was an anti aircraft missile meant to intercept aircraft that could fly up to seven hundred miles per hour or one thousand one hundred twenty twenty six kilometers per hour and up to altitudes of eight thousand feet or two thousand four hundred thirty eight meters the gap as it was called g. p. <music> a never saw active use defense but did serve as the basis for future missiles designed by boeing also in nineteen forty-six boeing agreed to supply the two prototype aircraft designated x._p. forty-seven to the army air forces this was a long range bomber design with six turbojet <unk> engines so jet engines not propeller engines it also had a swept wing design which means the wings weren't at a straight ninety degree angle out from the body of the aircraft craft the wings of the x._p. forty-seven or angled back with respect to the aircraft's cockpit so <hes> that's how most swept wing aircraft are there are a few that actually they have wings that are angled forward rather than backward during world war two the german military had settled on swept wing designs for high speed aircraft they found that they were more stable able to withstand the forces better than straight winged aircraft so after the war those designs would find their ways into aircraft plans in the former allied nations soclean the united states and wind tunnel tests confirmed that the design was far more stable for high speed aircraft than the straight winged version so that was the design for the x._p. forty-seven and the engines of the x._p. forty-seven <hes> the nickname of which was these strato jet were in what recalled pods or nay sells these were <music> suspended under the wings of the jet and like i said there were six engines so on each wing you had two engines that were side by side in a single nasal that was closest to the body of the aircraft and then the third engine for that side was suspended toward the end of the wing so it's a pretty funky looking bomber bomber and if you listen to my episode about jet engines you'll remember that there little challenging to get going when you're on the ground once you're traveling at an appropriate breach speed through the air the air rushing through the jet engines is sufficient for it to maintain operation but at rest that doesn't work so these x._p. forty-seven jets eh had to have a little help when they needed to take off and that help came in the form of eighteen rocket units in the fuselage so those rockets would ignite night <hes> for takeoff and x._p. forty-seven would have what was called a jet assisted takeoff or j._t. o. j. t. l. and the x._p. forty-seven would also have to deploy a drag parachute to slow its speed when it was coming in for a landing decks p forty-seven became the model for the b. forty-seven seven bomber that bomber only needed armament in the rear of the plane because it moved so fast that no fighter aircraft of the time could attack it from any angle but from behind so the b forty seven we become the backbone of the new united states air force strategic air command and which operated the bombers from nineteen fifty one to nineteen sixty five now going to take another quick break but when we come back we'll talk about a few more aircrafts raft that emerged in the years following world war two as well as boeing's attempt to get into commercial jet airliners nurse geico presents eyewitness interviews with inanimate objects this is brian bruno live on the scene annabel recent windstorm here to describe the event a chest of drawers there's a storm howling outside so i thought i'd stay in and watch a rom com five minutes into the flick a tree branch ranch slams through the window you hurt i just gotta scratch on my chest your chest of drawers can't help you in a windstorm but the geico insurance agency can help you get covered for personal property damage call gyco to see how 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Those plans were obliterated in nineteen forty eight when a military officials was it now we want a jet powered bomber so the design team that had been working on the beef fifty two for two years pulled a crazy weekend shift to come up with an all new jet powered design with a swept wing <hes> approach the Air Force ordered thirteen B fifty two's and Boeing built three redesignated be fifty to a but then converted production toward a new model called the fifty to be if all of the same design that had larger engines ends and carry more weight between nineteen fifty to nineteen sixty two Boeing would produce seven hundred forty four beef fifty two's later versions were more powerful and could fly further the beef fifty two h I flown in nineteen sixty one is an aircraft that believe it or not is still in service service with the U._S.. Military today and it's expected to remain in service into the twenty fifties that's a phenomenal aircraft raft on the B fifty two also had name it was the stratofortress of course it was bowing was done with propeller aircraft either neither it also built the L. Fifteen scout which was a short takeoff and landing aircraft with a single engine propeller engine they the company only made a dozen dozen of them which ultimately found their way into use in the United States fish and Wildlife Service now as we've seen in this episode for many years Boeing was relying heavily on military contracts for revenue the conclusion of World War Two meant that those contracts were becoming less frequent the company was eager to diversify Safai and to find other means of generating revenue and so we come to one of the more odd elements of Boeing's history the introduction of a gas turbine engine for a truck in nineteen fifty so in other words a jet powered truck sort of Boeing was partnered with another for Seattle based company. The truck company can worth the truck company had helped with Boeing's manufacturing runs earlier during the war and so- Boeing <music> outfitted a Kenilworth truck with a one hundred seventy five horsepower gas turbine engine. The gas turbines seemed to have some pretty clear advantages is at least on paper it weighed a fraction of the of the traditional diesel engines that were used in large trucks it can also accept lots of different kinds of fuel bill including gasoline diesel and even kerosene the engine was also smaller it took just thirteen percent of the same physical space as a diesel all engine but when it came to performance the gas turbine engine just couldn't match the traditional diesel engines. The truck went on a test run actually actually several test runs between Seattle and Los Angeles and according to some reports these trips were taking several hours longer than a run in a normal diesel truck. The performance was just lacking the trucks couldn't accelerate really well. They were putting way too much exhaust out and there was also a little issue she with fuel economy <hes> it was down to a dismal one mile per gallon of fuel yikes Boeing would continue to work on gas turbine turbine engines for land vehicles and eventually landed a contract with a company called American Lafrance which put them into fire trucks and the stories behind those were also pretty interesting interesting since it sounded like the crews using those trucks had to find creative work arounds to compensate for the shortcomings of the engines but they also said that they were really fun to operate so I guess that's the trade off. Also nineteen fifty Boeing submitted a proposal for the bow mark missile. This was a design that incorporated stuff that Boeing engineers had learned earned while making those kappa missiles back in nineteen forty six the bow mark was the first long range antiaircraft missile in the world and unlike Gabba this it would be a missile that Boeing would actually mass produce while World War Two was long over the Cold War was really ramping up and the U._S.. Military had a deep concerns about the then Soviet Union's military capabilities including the development of long range bombers that could potentially fly over the United States the bow mark was meant to be a defense against those types of aircraft. The anti-aircraft missile was a young enough technology that the air force didn't have a a good way to designate it so originally the bow mark was referred to as an ex f ninety nine and the F. An ex south stood for fighter later as in Bomar was considered a pilotless aircraft and fighters seem to be the closest thing they can use to describe it now eventually the air force would change its designation system and they renamed it the I._M.. Ninety nine with I._M.. Standing for interception missile Boeing would test the prototype of the bow mark in nineteen fifty two and went into full production in nineteen fifty five the missile had some drawbacks the biggest one was that the the earlier version of the missile relied on liquid rocket fuel and that liquid rocket fuel was highly corrosive because of that you couldn't pre fuel a missile before you had to use it the fuel would actually corrode the interior of the fuel tank for that missile making it unreliable or worse so you had to hold off on fueling the things until it was time to use them and the fueling process took about two minutes and as you might imagine every minute counts when you're potentially potentially defending against an incoming aerial attack so Boeing later addressed this problem by making a switch and they changed out the liquid rocket fuel motors others with a solid fuel rocket booster that lowered the response time for the so-called Super Bowl Mark missile till less than thirty seconds the company would produce five hundred seventy. No mark missiles which became part of a network called the semi automatic ground environment or sage. They're kept inside inside launch shelters in remote locations. You've probably seen stock footage of these things where news these big <hes> hatches would open up and missiles would come well. It's that kind of stuff but these weapons were measured. Defense measure against bombers mail aircraft flying overhead as the focus would shift to who intercontinental ballistic missiles the usefulness of these older Bo mark missiles was determined to be somewhat limited and the military chose was to decommission them in nineteen seventy two now. I'M GONNA end this episode with a project that Boeing started in nineteen fifty two it was known as the three sixty seven eighty also called the dash eighty Boeing gave the project named the three sixty seven eighty to disguise its real purpose because the name seemed to indicate that it was going to be a variant of the ninety seven streto freighter but this was actually a project to explore the possibility of producing jet propelled commercial aviation in aircraft so in other words passenger jets and this wasn't a new idea Boeing didn't invent this in fact the Boeing President of the time Bill Allen. I had been part of a group of Boeing executives that went to see a jet powered airliner called the Haviland comet. It flew in an air show in the U._K.. The comment made its first test flight in nineteen forty nine and entered into commercial service in nineteen fifty two the same year Boeing committed to exploring the possibility of getting into that same business in the United States the dash eighty took about two years from the launch of the project to the production of the first aircraft and that first model three sixty seven eighty debuted on May Fourteenth Nineteen Fifty Four William Boeing himself who was seventy two years old ended that point attended the event the project had cost sixteen million dollars to fund that represented about two thirds of Boeing's profits since World War Two so this was a significant undertaking the dash eight served as the basis for a new line of aircraft technically early to lines of aircraft Boeing even started to gear up to go into full production. Even though it had not yet received a single order either from the military sorry or from an airline like Pan Am but the demonstration turned heads and before long the Air Force ordered a military version of the dash eighty this this one would be called the K. C.. One thirty five jet tanker the commercial side was a tougher sell Boeing was up against its competitor Douglas with much wheeling and dealing Boeing sales reps were able to land the contract with Pam to deliver twenty commercial versions of the Dash Eighty which would be known known as the seven zero seven at the same time Pan Am had also put in an order for twenty five DC eight's from Douglas so Boeing's long-term term success in commercial jets was not yet assured in our next episode. I'M GONNA continue looking at Boeing's history and commercial jets as well as explore or some of the technology behind the recent tragedies with the seven thirty seven Max and we'll talk more about the different layouts and configurations of these aircraft and <hes> hopefully you guys are finding the interesting. I'm finding it fascinating. I always heard bits and pieces about Boeing but this is the first time I've taken a deep dive into their history three and the various aircraft and technologies they've been instrumental in developing and to me. It's pretty interesting stuff. If you guys have suggestions for future topics of tech stuff send me a message you can email me at tech

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The WarDawg Trail - Talent Comes In All Variations

DV Radio

25:08 min | 8 months ago

The WarDawg Trail - Talent Comes In All Variations

"Which get it. Scowl. You're listening. Still DDR on DVD radios dot net. Five veterans four veterans. Skin made for you. What Steve You radio TV radio is for you the Veterans Active Duty Service member caregiver and civilian supporter of the military DB radio dot net the Oman, veteran network may four, and by veterans from original shows syndication. You can find it here on DV. Radio Dot net in an effort to continue our mission and make better quality shoes, or each and everyone of you visit. visit our patriotic at Patriotair. Dot Com Slash de the radio whether you can only pledge one dollars per month or that entire million dollar inheritance. Your uncle left. There's a tear with rewards waiting for you, so why not keep TV radio running and get rewarded at the same time? Patriot dot com forward slash Devi radio now. That's patriotic dot com ford slash DB radio. Radio please remember the views and opinions expressed by this show or any other show Devi radio, and it's strictly those of set and vigils do not reflect those dvd of staff, nor the Steph dysfunctional veterans. On want. Pause I know. No issue star. Soldier Via. Gambler! As me. Up Jazz team down. been through. You. Talk. Welcome back to the war dog trail. Episode Fourteen. I ride from here forward. We are now going to be transitioning all of our content. Over to the patriarchal system. So that as A. Content Creator I. Am able to generate. No sustainable income to keep the show's going. To keep the web series podcasts. And all on their aspects. Of Sergeant Wardag TV gone. Keep everything role in hair intact I right currently. We are on the weekend of Memorial Day. The year twenty twenty. Today is Sunday may twenty four. I was lucky enough to spend. Friday? May Twenty six again as well as Saturday may twenty third. And the morning of Sunday may twenty four all off grid with my buddy mark. With the members of the Sarin Wardag TV team. We were out in full effect and suburban States on Hala Paul Florida again Jorissen. Enjoyed a lot of great moderate modern. Lot Of Grey Rod and His, Tom declared take a break from the corona virus in the madness, surrounding this pandemic and really got to have some heart to heart. Tom With My. Memorial for my fellow. My lost my fallen. Marines I did have my memorial pitcher out memorial photo I'd take to. The gun ranges with each year or Take even a camping with each year this year I. Did have him as well. I will provide. Those pictures online. And if I haven't mentioned also we are, and they've processed of revamp in the website. So stay tune for. Improvements, there we do now have an APP. Sorry War Dog TV does have an APP that is live on the Google. Play store right now, and within the next I'd say two to three weeks it will be. Appearing on the apple store on the apple APP stores will. So Sergeant Ward Oh TV as finally garnered some professionalism. We have been able to. Convert everything that was in just the website to. Include now the Serge's playlist as well as even a map tour camp, so don't you? Get the opportunity to download Sergeant Wardag TV APP, no matter where you are in the world, you can now find where we are are off greed. UNDISCLOSED location. Of Camp Doghouse once you use the APP simple turn GPS, use the map feature. Press the grid coordinates. You'll see the option to get directionals and from there. Google maps guide win just as way Excuse me just. The same way would for any thing else or for any other directions that you have. Our cases slightly different here since there is a front gate Front gate and a gated entrance. To our operation area, but That! We are still hearing very great shape. In terms of. Progress of sergeant were dog. TV I'm really liking Where we're at right now in terms of fourteen episodes of the podcast. What ought as I did mention. Everything from this episode Ford? Will now be converted over to the Patriarchal System? So these fourteen episodes here on spreaker are free. They have been free. They will remain or continued Excuse me to be free. Moving forward. The Patriot system will allow us to. I guess catered more to our of. Our viewers, our listeners and to are specific content. For those that are into the outdoors because you noticed is. One and only place where. Sergeant Wore Dog TV brings outdoors. TV was swag baby all day every day. I saw we do it. That's where we are the APP the website. My health is getting better. My I. Post war, injuries. Situations are all. Somewhat better right now. Or not somewhat after this weekend. They're all. They're all along and very decent shape. Before we continue on break you into our first track from Serge's playlist. This is cirque nation with his song. Good Vibes. Hey. Good. But the table abundance paper goodbye with the. Abundance the payback. The able, To! The good. Spanish to? Date. Bath Babe abundant the paper. Would have fun. Abundant, the bebopper, the good help the able. To? Good Goodbyes when? I? Noted accusing. Nkhoma? Crossing, the TS. I think God I'm breathing. Three time zones on us to have me Geek in. Full of Skoll them the. Probably May Make with undefeated by. King. Frequent every Monday almost weekly at what it called for band on. PBS thing got phone. Kid couldn't play no by. Net mirrow all I, see the site. He agent mill certain. They Harvest Paine field, they depend on the of the that senior Spirit Loretta the demand by altering. Might be your. Energy. Control, how you perceive it better believe it's not whatever you want to. But in. Favor abundant the. Good with abundance favor abundance of Bay by frequent. Good last. You're able. Brand goodbye. Babe. Goodbye. Abundance. The payment the perfect goodbye with. Abundance. The able. With the Bulletin Babe. Date you. Good. Date? That was the one only j F. Wheeler also known on Instagram as Cirque nation, bringing us his newest. Hit. Good Vibes. All Right? This episode is meant to be long at all. Not Drawn out. In any, way shape. Form or fashion. As already mentioned, it's been a very long Memorial Day weekend. I did want to thank all of our fans supporters. war veterans across the World A. tap-in mine elevate. Remember. We all wore dogs. We roll to a different VIBE. We march to beat over different drome. 'cause we live a different lifestyle. We've been through different things. A dog's up. Slow is the next one from largest playlist. Issue boy militant me. With his song. Sure. Zach. Sand. uh-huh! Sad. Allies. Dropping Nets five man. That was Milton me with his song glass. You can find me on Instagram at militant me. Continuing the rest of the show. We have mentioned are. This will be our last free podcast episode. From this point forward. Season Two of the web. Series Sergeant Wardag TV. Season two of the PODCASTS, the war dog trail. From this point forward, where now both be available. Via? Patriarch on. which will allow us to? Provide even more and better content for each of our users, listeners, fans, and especially the war veterans baby specially. that. Hope, you're enjoying your Memorial Day weekend I. Hope You're paying respects. So those that have gone give the most. Those of shed, the blood also shed tears. Those who've made some of the? Most important and ultimate sacrifices. And we as war veterans will ever know. With all of us make multiple deployments. To Iraq or to Afghanstan bus. During the world through the prism. Of War in the middle, East. Versus the rest of our lives. And with the whole that every day we can win the battle against. I'd Prevention Against Veteran, homelessness. Veterans Drug Dacian, and actually against. 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This, is my board Tae Marianne. R. And B. Singer out of North Carolina. What his jam. Mary Jane. Only. CARE, about People! That I didn't care. As I soon faded. Browns take this crowd. I can. I'm confused by other. Because when I go out, nobody can be now. and. Call you. Have A. This. Just get. Paid. Every meets. Brand helping plus started never. You. That's the beauty of just. And if I the whole that. that. Crash! Could never fit. The. They make! This. Again that was. TAME MARY-ANNE! They can be found on instagram. At official Tame Marianne. Also on. Twitter. At I am taste strong. That was his song Mary Jane. This been episode fourteen of the war dog trail podcast I'm your host Sergeant War Doll. Thank you for tuning in stay. Safe War veterans. Your moods in mind checks bees. Salute. No issue. But I got some. Dogs Tells what happened through? I'm Dogu. Awfully you. Repeat Radio. Are you looking for veteran resources and peer support. Objectives zero has an APP for that. 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DLD 288: Hoppity hopper

Dots, Lines & Destinations

37:18 min | 11 months ago

DLD 288: Hoppity hopper

"YOU'RE LISTENING TO DOTS. Lines and destinations travel. Podcast with host Stephen Seagraves Vase Moon and said Miller win. Welcome to episode two hundred eight of DOTS lines and destinations. I'm Steven Seagraves. Joined by Seth Miller doing. I'm doing all right Tired today yet. It's groundhog day here. How you doing again like I said earlier. Yeah it's actually also a little weird for me. Because I think this is my second podcast and third audiovisual recording today. But all nice and there's some topics but I'm GonNa try to say unique an interesting things. This what's What other shows should we listen for your good question? I'm on Ashok this week. Okay which that Flaring or twenty four guys and Inmarsat which is one big flat inactivity and satellite operator companies is doing a online sort of Sort of an all day seminar next Wednesday the twenty ninth talking about all things passenger experience in flight connectivity. But also the news and other developments seating and I'll just all sorts of really interesting stuff sort of replacing Aircraft Interiors not replacing trying to get some similar content produced and we all miss starbucks show in Hamburg the beginning of the month so did a test run of what that video is. GonNa look like so. We can be ready to have something to go for next Wednesday. So it's A. It's been a sick day for me. Post the links in the show notes. Sure I should probably member do that idea. I'll send you a note to remind you assistant producer this week. I like to talk about. I think some of the one of the big ones the Kinda hit the news today on. We're recording this on on Tuesday. The twenty-first April Air Canada is temporarily suspending all transporter flights with the US They had previously cut back to just eleven route from twenty six or so or alone destinations from twenty six But I gotta be. I'm a little surprised they were running still running that many. This goes back to like. Why is North America's still flying planes when no one else is in a lot of ways but that's an interesting point right like why? Why are there so many flights United States? Something I've noticed is like there's a huge number of southwest flights compared to the rest of the carriers. Yes actually just chatting with someone about that literate before we started southwest today ran about thirty five percent of. It's normal schedule where everybody else's Attended twenty and up until now had been running close to fifty and on the one hand. You could say you know. Gosh that some gumption. They've got the spirit Bad Pun. Sorry they're gonNA keep moving no matter what serve customers that need to go Also I think it's stupid also like you know. Post nine eleven. They kept flying their full schedule because they wanted to be there. And yet for the quick bounce back but this is not going to be a quick bounce back and I just don't understand it. Yeah yes I mean your question about Air Canada similar I think they were flying these destinations y. Yeah I mean the borders closed to non-essential travel right. I mean it's not even like we really don't think you should. You gotta go to like a immigration officer and be like no no. This is actually important. Sorry you have to let me in record. We were told if we needed to go to Canada. We need paper on a good day fighting with the Canadian Border Patrol for other people. I've never had promised but I've heard great stories from you and others about the troubles. That can come. Yeah I just I don't get I don't get why anyone WANNA fight with border patrol officers at any level but like pushing your luck on that and so there can't have been that many people like where they are Canadians for the last three weeks. That have been like. Oh I'll just go back on the next flight now. I still got some work to do here. I it just doesn't make sense to me. Yeah Yeah and I don't. I don't think it was close to. Us citizens right so they it. It was like soft close and then became non essential travel closed. Okay so it's sufficiently closed and they just announced yesterday or the day before another day before. Xhosa Sunday but in recent days they just extending that Non Essential non essentials closure for another month. Which is why the flights are finding suspended. Gotcha okay so there's a reason for it but it's It's still weird so it leaves leaves American Delta United Really. The only one's flying to handed I. I'm not sure if WESTJET REPORTER ARE FLYING TRANSLATOR. They started them not. Yeah so and for what? It's worth Canada's now. Also requiring facemask masks of any sort just tired to shoot around your face if you forget one But anything across your face if you're getting on an airplane so interesting but yeah I mean along those. Those there was some there was a united call today right like a town hall or something that they have as their sort of like internal Staff briefing and I mean it's they're running what ten percent load factors right now on ten percent of the schedule. Really Amazing. Yeah so one tenth of what does that. Come out to like one tenth. Not Normal load. Yeah Yeah One. One percent one percent. Which is I mean. It's not I mean it's it's Kinda hard to believe. Yeah and it's and they're not alone. I mean if you look at the numbers that Tsa PUBLISHES EVERY DAY. Like traffic is down ninety. Four percent or whatever. Ninety six percent. They're suggesting that it's a huge. You know that it's there's just skeleton passengers if you look at the numbers it's worse than you think because the scans Con Bembibre concessions stand and other people working at the airport to actually I think those are automated counters of like bodies walking through machines. Not some guy checking things so you know. It's it's a lot of a lot of problems. It's no passenger so like they're really. I actually got a a message from a flight attendant friend. Working Three Twenty noted that forty five passengers on board Amazon in my seat. Because that's like double the load of normal. Yeah I saw a couple of flights. I kinda monitor united flights every now and then. I saw a few flights the other day Denver to Houston was relatively full. Ask hub to hub kind of makes sense but on a mid mid week so strange it there are some you know arguably. I'll say that's good news because the cuts are working. The capacity cuts are coming down. And so you know if you can see us. Thirty to fifty percent full flight today. That represents what would have been three weeks ago ten her five flights that we've all been five to ten percent full and so it's it's better and I don't think we want to some level you wanNA say Gosh. You need the central plains. There can't be anybody on board but that's also stupid and there are reasons. Some people need to travel by air at demean whether it's country to get around and unlike Europe for example like the border between states are vaguely still open in most cases. Yeah or or Florida or Texas I. There's some even actually stuff out though. Yeah that was. That was funny. That I think New Hampshire even has like a sort of please quarantine yourself if you get here policy got so but you know it's. I'm glad that the flights are being cut. I still think that more should be. And we'll see I mean you know but this goes back to why South West someone asks me. Do they have some sort of special deal where they are able to fly them cheaper than everybody else? I don't think that's the case. I just think you know I'll never get an answer session. Sense up into court common. Ask but like high. Why are you doing the stupid thing that no one else is doing? Rarely gets a response that I'm looking for my brother. Yesterday had to fly to Raleigh kind of like last minute from Houston and on a southwest. Flight there's a nonstop at of Hobby to Terrell was on that flight and he was him and another guy. Yeah so right I mean like you had to go so and to be fair in a lot of ways the. Us government is paying for these flights to operate by. That's the argument you can make. As they've they're covering payroll costs are seventy percent of payroll costs of which thirty percent is alone in ten percent comes back in. Warren's so fifty percent of payroll costs which maybe is in the end. Fuzzy math is fifteen to twenty percent of the full cost of Ryan the flight but the federal government is subsidized now pressures flights to make sure that people can get around because the US government recognizes that that has to happen and doesn't want to deal with another million people on employment and with no health. Insurance I think the I mean speaking speaking of like non-full planes. You actually posted a story about a new seating options and it's the in Anyang seating option. Yeah it's bizarre it's obvio- interiors is the name of the company and there. They are normal seating provider there Celsius two airlines like they're not sort of supermassive or bigger. They're not the biggest by any stretch. They're like Certainly top five and they're known for doing some creative things from time to time. And they've designed the product that is the middle seat for a single-aisle planes three three but the middle seat faces backwards. And they're sort of like a wavy divider between everybody so everybody has their own armrest got walled. Lean against instead of your neighbor. Obviously in the same space you'd have some issues of the cushion getting a little narrower which some people complain about There's concerns about like staring at your neighbor. Which is also an issue with everything else. Like that. Sort of from facing thing right. No one likes the vehicle for that same problem except in this case you can't lie down and put up divide or you're just staring at them you know. Some people are inclined and from what they wrote on the press release. It sounds like it's an articulated recline so like the Pan sides forward rather than the seat going back. He lose knee room during their Klein. Which people wouldn't like it? There's a lot of problems with it but it does sort of solve some solution Some provide some solutions. That was terrible senator There's a lot of problems with it but it also offers solutions. Yeah good editor. I would just fix that. And so you know it's interesting to me. I think it's a good conversation point but I don't think it'll overfly so I don't know also expensive to buy install new seats to the divider right. The partition between the seeds is like this molded plastic. Yeah which can't be easy to to you know are cheap to pay for I'm guessing because now you're having to install this extra thing and maintain it right because now batch it and and Kirti it gets back to you know coughs or whatever you gotta like. Do you wipe it down every trip. I don't know every time it's a cool concept I the idea of flying backwards in staring at somebody's definitely not compelling to me I was on a Jau flight where they have kind of forward backwards facing seats and you have to have the divider down during takeoff and landing and it was. It was awkward like because the way that they were setup is I mean he was literally I could not look at all to my right without staring right at him. So yeah it's weird. America America has a set similar to the other here which is concept that we might be. Yeah there was that they were installing them. They had to stop. Because like if you're seat-mate moved at shook your C- to too much or bolted together to Ross. Here's thing like all of those. What I really like is looking backwards out the window seat. I loved on United when it was the I. P. T. E. having the window seat facing backwards like and sure I'm weird but you know don't design plays around me because I'm clearly the wrong choice. Always everybody else hates but I love him. I mean I did it I totally it. I think and I don't think you're wrong. I think it's one of those things of like. It's just a preference thing where people have a preference for. You know the type of seats they sit in. I don't know I I just think it's a little odd and I think you're right. It won't fly. I just feel like it's too. It's too out there. Maybe but it's really the same sky rider which is like the saddle seat this. Oh but here's the thing. I think that's absolutely ridiculous lobby to have them. Thrown out of trade shows if they keep showing it but also. This is also kind of stupid but might work. I don't know when in the age of social distancing and trying to be in a in a safe manner when you're traveling It makes sense And and the idea of like oh. I don't actually have to share an arm rest with somebody in the middle. I mean that's Kinda Nice. Yeah you know I would you see four probably not. I'm not that sad so I I I don't know yeah the other thing I would throw in there is I just. I wonder you mentioned like this Arab socialist distancing like is this going to be a long term thing on airplanes because if ideas just six feet away from everybody. We're not gonna all have our own first class suites. That's true. I mean we could. We could see. I mean this could be a good solving of that problem. Or their airlines into central blocking middle seats which. I don't think it's six feet. It's certainly not tell you exactly how the team point two inches wide on a seven thirty seven like eighteen. If you're lucky on underneath three twenty so the full thing together six feet but that's it. Yeah and it's an doesn't cover front to back so Yeah it doesn't work but also if they did that like I added today on their on their sort of briefing calls. You could do that. And we'll just go. Low cost carriers completely goodbye. It's great the Guy who's the director general the CEO is French Alexandria. Virginia Tech. And he says yes it would distribute q low cost carriers. Walla Walla Walla and I was like Oh my God you really did. It joins us. He does cater going. Good Maria another tagging in mid episode. I like it. Technology work another piece of news fires in this. I mean I know this is GonNa break your heart but EVA air is stopping. Hello Kitty flights. Is that permanent or temporary temporary suspended not cancelled now. That's why I fought temporary. Yeah still your heartbroken over this. I am by for anyone who really sharing my plate. If you have an h Martin near you they do sell the Hello Kitty. Toilet paper there the information we need. Listen in these in these unprecedented times. When you're not able to get on an airplane and wipe your took us with allocating. It's important to know that there are options still available which I see this weekend. Some guy like simulating flying in a plane and really he was sitting next to his washer dryer. Gather yet when you said quote unquote Windows Dryer. Yup I've seen. I've also seen someone do it with a milk jug handle? Oh my gosh man Yes it suspended the sad actually. It's it's weird. They suspended April first but didn't really publicize it an online until mid month. So I'm happy I it's weird. A Caribbean Airlines is starting an island hopper. You wrote a story about this on the accent. Slide carrier of Trinidad and Tobago. Isn't that one of your favorite hot spots. I did not really enjoyed my time in Puerto Spain but Tobago School. We have a little island. We have a client in port-of-spain everyone It's been it's been like you don't ever get assigned to that project. So that's why they're twelve years ago. When I went eleven years ago the high. It was pretty nice. I didn't say they're right on the waterfront super well-protected so what kind of Ireland hopper is this. Are they just going to jump around? A bunch of Caribbean islands. You basically so they WANNA fly Trinidad to San Juan which is a relatively easy straight shot via Dominica. The actually doing a three different routings depending on the day of the week. And so it's like Tobar Betas and then Dominica which is out of order or Dominican. Them are does that goes north then back south and then north to one of the island like Saint Martin or Saint Kitts or something else up there. I wrote this too long ago. I don't remember anymore entirely on and then to Tortola and then to San Juan and so it's like Eight to ten hour one way journey dependent on how far you which writing it takes if you do the full thing or not so for me it would be just what island would get stuck on right is there. Restricted island has a military base that they just lay on your plane. Don't get Stephen so happy. Now it's I think it's interesting. They're they're filing was discovered this dot filing and the filing itself was an absolute mess. They posted the schedules. Like the different routings and copied one to the other end. Didn't update it so it's not accurate and they made a bunch of errors like they said that there are no. Us carriers flying from San Juan to some of these islands into the US government should approve its application. Because it's in the best interest of passengers people have access to these places and it turns out that Silver Air slushy born does fly those routes daily. Oops but yeah it. They're still waiting. They've they've planned. New Not not formally announced that they apply to the DOT for permission to run it. So we'll see if it actually comes through while I think the great route to hop through I would say It's morning southbound afternoon evening northbound suffer. GonNa do it like starting San Juan it's five. Am or whatever it is. Go all the way down. Turn around and go halfway back and like get back out at Saint Martin or something like that and said I'm getting late have dinner and then the next two days. Maho beach or something. That sounds like a good plan. What what is the reasoning for this? Just Corona virus. You think really doing it. Are they trying to actually this filed after corona virus in trying to provide service or is it more of a legitimate like legit demand the filing talks about how post hurricane. The flights haven't come back yet and some travel between some of these islands is down seventy five percent and so the Caribbean is really weird. It's you know because it's all islands depend heavily on either ferry or air travel and there are very very few intra island. Flights you've got lyod win air for a few And Air Korea's has a lot of the long haul they have a local operation Guadeloupe and Martinique that also runs so there's a few options by very limited routes very limited opportunities. And I've been the last few years part of absorb trying to help develop The Caribbean aviation market. And sort of some of these relationships and this is actually a good one. That would feel a lot of needs but also someone incompetently prepared so we'll have now. How many of those airlines survive after all this most of them are government owned our sponsor so Probably a few. Also the government wants in this case are not governments that are funded through the production of oil so they might actually still exist for. The whole thing is like okay. Yeah the government can put more money in but like governments aren't bottomless pits of cash. They also have to generate money to fund these things. I'm I'm convinced that governments are like South Africa's doing it. South Africa doesn't have the money to keep South African Airlines alive. They're gonNA say sorry. We tried for a long time. You know not everybody can be Alitalia. I commend South Africa for taking a stand battalion to learn something times anyways I know. Oh man what is this about American Airlines raising transatlantic Basic economy bag fees from fifteen dollars to seventy five dollars. This is just like a money. Grab seems weird by fifteen dollars to seventy sixty two hundred fifty dollars every It's IT'S THE MONEY. They're claiming to better align with their alliance partners Based on Yahoo Tickets and whatever By Yeah it's pretty stupid. Read the room like why now. Why announce it now? It just doesn't make sense to do it now. I mean what about what about making your partners meet your price. Producing Fares of Steve Stanford the same works. It does look a little bad taking You know four billion dollars from the federal government to help keep the operation running back by the way for our basic economy passengers. You also have extra fifty dollars for back. I was right is aircraft base and Aaron Chilies. Express the other random little never heard of Air Antilles Express operate based out of the French islands. Down there. Dutch Antilles Express failed right In that I have not talking about. Let's go with yes okay. Beijing Carrizo does that in solar they were based in Bon air. Insularity failed not long ago. I thought they were parasol. Carrier touch until express was an airline of the Dutch country of curse. Oh okay very smart. Twenty thirteen okay. Yes then they ask their closed. Thank you I can play this game joke. Thank you for the authoritive answer. You'd think we know something about airlines or something. I don't know plenty of time to study. Oh Man Yeah. Have you guys been doing any good reading? I guess that's that's one question I have for you if you read anything good. I can't say that I have. I've actually been quite busy my My work life hasn't really come down a book. I wanted to read that I saw someone talking about. There's also a history of baseball stadiums around the country in the architecture and sort of design of them but coming onto yet and I don't remember the name of it so that's makes me a little awkward. The problem I learned about it from one of our former one of our guests. I know where to go to find. Also last big store I guess is Delta wanting to swap seventy seven's through the 737 Max so this is a really interesting story and a lot of ways starting with Wa so John Oster our over air currents reported that story this afternoon the story this afternoon and the gist of it is Delta currently leases like seventy something of its ninety odd. Seven one. Seven from Boeing capital their Boeing airplanes. That Delta's leasing the ones that came over from Airtran and they are old and you know not super-efficient and deltas trying to look for a way out also their least airplanes and Delta doesn't WANNA keep paying month to month on them because they're inefficient and not ideal and Delta's got a bunch of a to twenty orders on the books and they happen to be about the same size so there's some good opportunity to swap them out for newer plane that passengers theoretically like more and that comes with better Wifi and entertainment systems etc And so the theory is bowling. Or Delta. Will cut a deal with Boeing where Boeing will take back the seventy sevens and presumably scrap them and sell Delta a bunch of Maxon to replace them now replace in terms of total numbers of planes. I would say not onto one swap on route functionality. I mean so I mean really let's think about Delta also to twenty Airbus Twenty user to me. The two twenties fit the seven one seven markets. Better or my misreading that. So you're really kind of trading up with Simone seven to its but it seems like it's sort of stagger plight where the seven hundred seventy gets swapped for two twenties on the schedule and then the if this happens. It's probably to five years out before delivery start and by then the oldest On the average a three twenty is going to be like twenty eight years old mobile northwest plains from sort of the original tranche of those so those replaced by maxine or maximize but probably next dates given delta. Doesn't really like the nine hundred yard either So so they're basically what they're doing is they're kind of shifting their fleet focus a bit and starting to look much longer term typical. Delta stuff. Yeah retire bunch of old planes there. I mean right. They've got six hundred underground right now. A bunch that aren't gonNA come back and so if you can do this. And as part of this whole exercise and Holy Shit what is going on the industry come up with a way to modernize the at a good price and up everything a little bit along the way why not get. What were you gonNA say? Well they also have a crap ton of some fifty seven's they have to do something about. Yeah so this could be the no one wants to hear but the Mexican replace domestic seven fifty seven no problem but but what about all those extra first seats and having fun ride with big engines but interesting and control systems that I'll try to crash all the time but whatever they're gonna fix that part maybe probably wouldn't hopefully? So what's the I mean the play here? This isn't gonNA HAPPEN NO I. Don't think so the the comment that John made in the piece that I think is really interesting. Is Basically suggesting that Boeing doesn't WANNA walk away from the least deals right now because that's cash income and it's regular cash income that Boeing needs to keep moving? It's also catching come. The delta doesn't want to spend so right but delta would like is to make a one time pre pre delivery payment on the down the down payment on we just ordered about airplanes thanks And have that be basically like our last month. Lease payments in your. We're never Bengali's again. And you take the rest of the money later than that 'cause blowing these cash now so Doesn't everybody needs the cash right now while so. This is where negotiations happen. It's it's I think it makes sense to me. I will be interested to see if it actually plays and how it plays out with. Negotiations with with Boeing. I mean take the sevens. Maybe Hawaiian will pick them up. Who knows yeah at least a few parts and stuff just to have him just because they're such a big user of them for the interisland flights? Yeah I don't know I I was thinking about something else about this and I just can't can wrote it was but anyway why seven seven coming up on age too right. I think so. I mean they're not. Some of them are younger. You heard the number cycles a lot of cycles and cycles and there's also the challenge that they are in the like humid salty air all the time. Yeah yeah eighteen year average. Yeah so I'm sure they're looking for and I imagine that's him a some sort of regional jet. Larger real gentle. Be a good fit for that. Give them an e to ninety five. Eight to twenty because often. Those planes aren't running full no hive of any high frequency and high efficiency. You know maybe day they still have a need for some cargo that also Feels NOT GONNA stay negative thirty dollars a barrel forever yet? Change today back to twenty. I thought I thought the June contracts are down as low as six earlier today. They went down to six but they came back making eighteen so still all sorts of messed up. It's crazy so I also found out that yet. Divide contracts in one thousand or ten thousand barrel a lot. Mental had backyards a little digital. Did you go? Did you read The Washington? Was IT The Washington Post? Had An article about a guy that tried to buy a barrel oil back in the ninety. S I saw the headlines. I didn't actually go. I've heard some stories about it and that's the short version is not going to happen. Do not do not drive to Oklahoma with a barrel back. Drop and expect that you'll have oil when you leave. Yeah I mean a lot of distributors To the pipeline owners. Like they have to have proof that you have a contract to even put the oil in the pipeline to send it so like for them to do it. They have to have a physical contract in hand and they have to have proof of delivery and like that you have someone put this oil. So they're just not it comes to the line and there's no one there six. I mean like no one wants to be responsible for literally. You can't be sitting there with a thousand barrels and going okay. Can you put this one over here? You stand on top and hop from one to the next gay guys a little out on the hose I also talk about the sevens. It's like a it makes me minded reminds me of the Airbus three twenty that Alaska just retired sit back to the lesser grappling scrapped. In Yeah and the only thing I could find someone said it was. It was Dupree Dietrich so at that point it was cheaper to scrap it. The first check right. Yeah yeah I mean someone else? Cry got an email. Today someone bought an eight year old At Twelve at eight or twelve year old a three nineteen for parts while I'm on the distribution list of some company that stinks they're like the modern scrapping and whatever blah blah blah technology to having blockchain. Yep I'm sure they will Arts Management Company and yes. I get email every time they buy into plane to scrap metal and this was the two thousand eight laughing at Dean Line Number. Like thirty three eighty or something like that. Well in Australia announced today. They're going to get rid of a couple of three three nine teams as well. They're not going to be. There's going to be a bunch on the market. You Guys WanNa buy one where we're GONNA park here. Pianists honestly at Portsmouth. Pease has play space on the ramp. See there you go. I know the guy call deal. I mean how much Patriot account if we wait no matter what we will be enough man. Well I think we might have enough to fly out to take a tour to try to convince someone we're going to buy it. I think that's where we're at a budget. But you're gonNA cover your own airfare home go get one one one way I think the last thing we wanted to talk about was a question that a listener and a patriotic supporter at Santa's Ian. I think is how you say your name if I got that wrong. I think there's another pronunciation seth was. I'm sure there is his Irish Albert. Just butchering it. I'm not gonNA take the bait this so I'm sorry but you you would ask the question you you're gonNA be traveling to New York City Sometime in the future. Hopefully after all this done and you were thinking about maybe making a day trip or you know couple day trip out to the West Coast to do some advocacy style. Things and wondering what our thoughts were. So you'd mentioned jetblue to Seattle Annan maybe Alaskan your way back to New York and so my thoughts off. The top of my head is well. When you're in Seattle. I think number one thing to do is go to the to the factory to Boeing I think that's right. I mean that'd be the top of your list and the Museum of flight and the Museum of flight and then and then maybe a seaplane. Ooh mixing it up but yeah. I was thinking you know he's going to be close to downtown. Kenmore AIR MAYBE GO OUT TO A. I can't think of all the places. They fly off the top of my head but I know the they go to Canada. They go to Victoria. And other places in the domestic short hops. I of got many years ago when the Freddy Awards were in Seattle. I basically decided to do they. They sell like a sightseeing tour option. Sometimes I did my own book like From South Lake Union which does seaplane base in town up to one of the flu plane basis on one of the islands Friday island or something like that if that exists that island has a fixed plane runway also and like two hours later. There was a flight back to Renton or not renting Boeing field. And so I did my own sort of outback. Roundtrip Ish And got a fix. Play a fixed. A fixed wheels. Anc plane and the views of downtown. And everything I mashed altogether is one and I in says he's traveling. He's traveling in the autumn. The fall so the weather is GonNa Be Mixed. Might be nice. It may not be depends But Yeah I think the I think Kenmore air would be a great experience and then I was gonNA suggest on the way back Rather than doing like a non stop to to New York City from Seattle. Maybe go to paine field and DO PAINE field to Portland you can do. I think they fly San Jose City I think they fly San Diego And you could do Alaska on that. And then Alaska Cross country. Yeah the what I would say I mostly rivers. I think we've given them too much to do in one day. Yeah but if you can't you flew in and did like flew to Seattle in the morning and the Museum of flight down there then something on the seaplanes and whatnot either. Spend up in Radner. Spend the night up ever to spend the night downtown and go to Everett in the morning. Do your toured Everett and then from there you already. I mean you're acting just go to the is like you gotta go to all the way to the other side but the other side and take a flight out of there. I think that's a great idea. And then it's just a question of you do only Alaska to Alaska on the Transcanada. And he's talking about flying premium Gavin. Right he's talked about jetblue mint which I continue to believe as the best premium transplant brought a client. I think Alaska would be disappointing after that. I would actually agree with that. I would say. Take a fighter pain. Go DOWN TO L. A. Go to end out. Watch some planes and take them into cross back ways. Bethune is GONNA be the best product. I wonder though if you if you say it's an abject thing I've got to do a different product and a different airline I probably I probably do Delta then. La's a one world flyers. It works to an American for the pints. Some to your he could but is it worth it. It's a very similar product in business in Premium Kevin the Delta where the real question though I mean and sad to say but are the three twenty one ts gonNA come out of the desert. That's are the all parked I believe they are. I didn't realize I believe the three hundred zero part if not all most fight I mean. I'm sure they'll come out. Some of the newest planes right. The seven thirty eighth would go before. The three torn tease. The questions do they come. Back is three twenty one ts fair or reconfigured as like a domestic three twenty or whatever ask Sir let me look so different ladder off the end of that. See something real quick i. It's hard that's one of the the. The other option is fly. Something I don't WanNa say but shittier westbound and finished with mint finished strong but I think I think the I think the paine field piece those is like definitely part of that. Avdic you know Kind of interesting airport to fly out of type thing yet circle so I mean I would definitely recommend doing that I'm trying to think of another product. I mean he could go if he wanted to fly Delta Do Delta Westbound And they fly a premium on ice cream transplant product there and compete with jet blue on price. So it's one option. He would earn the points. But it's better than nothing. Yeah so hope that helps since a follow up if you need more advice and just like last time we'll get to it with a couple of weeks charges like anything else. You guys want to talk about now. Full I G trains in New York really thought tweet Tau said even possible. I didn't know that it was impossible as there are some of the platforms too short. Yes okay must be. It must be like we're not going to stop you have to be in. The forward scars affects cars. I mean they do that. Do they still do that on the one transit so running that we look? I haven't seen it lately. You mean the one down at the south very very he hasn't done. It doesn't do the loop anymore. Does it turn back to the station again yet? Does that was open for an hour and a half before they hit. Yeah exactly. Interestingly enough jetblue is flying a mid plane on JFK Albuquerque. Right now already. I don't understand the world anymore While they've grounded their fleet and at this point no one's on the planes anyway. So so what does it matter? One like could hardly nap I don't think so but actually one thing I thought of. If are they also doing palm springs? I could see them putting pilot in an extra pilot on board in one of the flatbeds calling a crew rest and turn with three doing it as an augmented crew. And during the turn. And not leaving anybody Albuquerque. That's a good point. Yeah I didn't think about that because that seat would qualify with. It's like one hundred fifty seventy recliner whatever. It is qualifies. So let me see here on the SIF but they also only have to do it three days a week. So who knows my suggestion for what it's worth. Was the dish fly palm springs. They should fly. Long Beach. Palm Springs Albuquerque. And back as a sort of like no one's GonNa be on this plane anyways we're gonNA find the absolute minimum number of hours audio. Whose shooting we should really be serving. These routes still. Yeah but I don't see one on palm springs that may not have left yet. Yeah Yeah but I think that's a show guys to our listeners You can follow us on twitter at. That's lines more dots. More LINES DOT com. We've comments send US something. Patron subscribe on Patriot on the show a day early yet. Thanks for listening and travels to see you later.

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"The shape I'm disturbed an incredible. I think we're GONNA do a weird area. You can't handle the truth. This is fifty one The truth is fine detail coming for you. Look one of them now. Well come in Stereo nation to the PODCAST. That doesn't have a sonic weapon. Just a dumb robot. Hysteria fifty one. Do you always lie to your listeners. Are you saying we have a sonic weapon. Damn right I am. I have been working on it for months. The Lord Broadcasting from the lower fourth dimension also known as Chicago. I'm your host sprint hand. And that other voice you're hearing is the helper turned alcoholic nightmare Dr conspiracy but thank you anyway like I was saying I have perfected my sonic cannon want me to fire it up guaranteed to send you running. I know I'm going to regret this but sure fire way. Let's hear what you've made you ask for it now witness the firepower this fully armed and operational sonic cannon. I'm John John Go forth and John Go for dude. What the Hell I told you it works like a charm? People run for the hills now. Should I use my newfound power for good or for evil. You know. There's something fundamentally wrong with you and I blame myself good. I'm not beholding to just you and your sonic arsenal. I have someone here today. Who actually has had hands on experience with sonic weapons? Jeff is host also podcasting. So it's not his. We're not throwing them out on a limb here and tell them to dance like a monkey. He actually hosts changing hearts and minds podcast on the pod building at work and changing hearts and minds. It's actually a military history show and that's something that he is uniquely qualified to talk about because Jeff is retired army special forces six combat tours and also so lived in Chicago both of which are equally impressive. Well actually I think living in Chicago might have been the most dangerous thing I had ever done. It's so funny. People people people look at Chicago and they're like it's so crazy like like everyone is shooting at one another and screaming and people are on fire at all times either is right if you listen to what they say. You'd think that Chicago Detroit but it's not a Detroit is still Detroit and Chicago is still not that bad. Yeah you know. We're in the twenty five top worst anymore. But it's still got that stigma. Saint Louis is now number one a little tangent there. What's going on what's up what's new what's happened? Tell us about changing hearts and minds sells about pod belly tells about everything. Oh yeah well. Well potbelly brand new podcast network just popped up a couple months ago and thank God it did because as you know I had hosted changing hearts and minds podcast on the old chain chain. Pov podcast network which is an all military podcast network that I had gotten linked up with years ago and they offered me my own show to do military history That show actually that network went not went under but that network slowdown. Oh down lost a couple of hosts and then just stopped stopped functioning and so there was about six months that I was bouncing from podcast. A podcast being a guest host to do it all drifter the podcast world you know how it is you know when you when you put food on the table because the podcast what it used to be and so then uh you know the guys from the guys from potbelly network. Who Knew Me? I was good friends with them. They reach out. That means that eight. Would you like to start your show back up again. And I had all the old episodes still that is still owned and got with a couple of the guys who were you know co host with neon changing hearts and minds and we started it back up again. And so we're about three months into into our reboot over there in the pot belly networking working man. I love it I know yeah man I love talking about military history as you guys know. I've been on your guys disclosure episode because when my time in I worked out in area fifty one and so it's I mean I just love I love everything has to do with podcasting kinds of. I think it's a great way for for for us. Nobody's to get out there and take part in India so as we're sitting here are podcasting tables covered with stickers from people in my hand is sitting on a changing hearts and minds sticker right now like we're connected like we're connected through through watching movies on the Internet right so you got anything big coming up. Nope not not particular now. No I just I just keep going on. We got Christmas coming up and stuff the holidays. Actually there was a few years ago. I did the Band of brothers companion piece where I actually had some of the actors and some of the people that were on the show Plus a bunch of podcasters come on as co host. When we went through each episode kind of like a follow along episodes through it and this year I am working on putting together a follow up season to that and it's going to be on the Pacific which was the HBO's Second Second Perennial? Yeah I'm looking at doing that because I know that. HBO will be coming out there. Come out soon with a Another ten part series. It's GonNa be on the the airman and the air of robotics which the B fifty two bombers were massively dangerous job and yes I'm GONNA definitely probably jump on that to also offer aside side piece to it and get ready. Get Dale Dye back on. I had the first time in and see if we can get get that one because that was a good time and people really seem to enjoy absolutely and it's just such a you know that's a time especially with that episode World War. Two there are few and far between that are still alive and it's not something that we want to go away. You're let people forget. Get about a terrible thing. Recently in you know. Take everything with a grain of salt the read on on a line but this was on a new source where people were complaining that teaching about wars like World War Two is bad for younger people. I I didn't I couldn't even I can even wrap my head around. That thought I mean the problem. The problem is with military history is a lot of times. It's not pleasant. I mean as a as a former soldier I am completely aware of that but if we completely ignored what Hitler and mouth tongue. And all those really upstanding citizens of the world hadn't done then we're just it's going to have it happen again because you literally that old statement that our history teachers in high school and college all told us you know. Those who don't learn history are doomed to repeat it. Maybe the most accurate older person talking to younger person statement. That's ever been made. It is important and it's also we don't want to forget the people that made the sacrifices that they graze it is those people really do lay down and put put put some damage into their bodies. Well exactly like the people they love war. Unfortunately at this moment in time is not going away in the way that we we your wage wars. Oh is changing from the time of World War Two the time you were in and now and that's kind of what we're talking about this we're talking about something that's got so so many names depending on what you're looking up. Sonic Weapons Audio Weapons Acoustic weapons ultrasonic weapons. US WS did you guys. When you're in the military leterrier did you or any other names that they use for these things? Oh God Some of the ones that like active denial system you know long range of Kucic devices aces hyper acoustic. Psychosomatic weapon systems. I mean you. It's like a WHO's who of it's almost like the bill. nye The science guy and Mister Wizard got together and had who can make a longer science word competition and then they just apply to a weapon system. So they're out there. There's all kinds of difference I tell you before you got on scene about was sharing with me. He's been working on his own. I'm John Go forth in John Go for only about. I mean. Remember the days when we would linkup in those dark alleys badmin- shut up about that. I'll never mind. I'm sorry I'm not supposed to talk about time. See by easily in the dark alleys. They were just a toaster. Doesn't doesn't like to talk about that to me so I understand my bad but you know what are these things Larry is what they are. Stop it they. Hey Are they are weapons too as they define them injuring capacity tate or killed opponent. They're using sound or sound. Waves are bursts. And and that's nothing new there but the kicker the difference is that they're using sound do so instead of concussion bullets things like that and You look at it right online. I found some awesome like proper names that they use for some of these sonic bullets. Sonic grenades sonic minds. Sonic cannons. I I mean they sound like x men characters or powers and shit like that. Yeah right right straight out straight out straight out of the pages of marvel. It's here we come with a thermobaric grenade thrown by insert whatever. We're name a fourteen year old named himself right it. Just wrap them in a bunch of red and with a big star on him and say that their enemies and Soviets and then we're good. Yeah I wanted to be a superhero but I just don't look good and Spandex so I'm going to have a superheroes superheroes almost always show them from the hip up exactly. There are different kinds of these weapons that kind of broken down into different things. infrasonic hypersonic take all tra- Sonic and I know those are things we've talked about differently on the show but everyone needs a refresh. Infra sound is the an audible frequency. Arrange below the human bandwith of hearing which is around Twenty Hertz and most of the things that actually create that are natural like volcanoes huge huge earthquakes and things that causes rumblings that you feel but you don't really hear I think is the best way and human hearings humans writer them. We don't have a good example of that is is when you hear that the animals start moving away from the ocean or you know evacuating an area because there's certain animals much like dogs and a lot of the canine nine and Feline Gina species they have access to these down to about fifteen fifteen hurts. I think so they can hear this stuff and you can see them always like X.. Filling out the area ricky take and they always tell you when the animals leave follow them and that's because they hit near the they can hear this stuff long before weekend an unnerving thing or in movies when like the flag of birds the flies or some something. Common ultrasound is the inaudible frequency range above the human bandwidth It goes on up from from twenty kilohertz up to several Gigahertz or GIGAHERTZ. If you're MC flies buddy Scott Yeah and that is something that ultra sound. We've heard about people use ultrasound for imaging You ever had a baby. You get older sound imaging when I had a really bad hand injury and I went through several different rounds of had five surgeries on it and they use ultrasound for healing for it because it breaks up a scar tissue. That gripes it from like sticking onto there because the scar tissue keeps you from being able to move it and things like that so they use alterra sound and you really don't even feel anything when they're doing it now for those you have the grandfathers who can't pee. Because they want to pass the stone they also use it to break up gallstones all stones and in kidney stones also very go hit me with a hit me with some of that. Sonic juice I gotta take a Piss out here. I lived through Guadacanal. It that stone in my bladder kill me has peed this bad since I was in Guam forty nine shot out of penicillin. Work this time did you. When you were in the military or even afterwards in your your travels? Did you ever have any experience. France within the East Sonic Weapons. Oh yeah for sure so First of all there is used audible in sonic systems and purposes. They span the beyond just secret weapons that actually right and we're going to break that down a little bit. There's going to be a lot of cases where we use stuff that sound on. That isn't some super secret. James Bond type stuff right and that's one of the experience. One of the two that I have. Is that one where we would. We would utilize on on playing loud music for twenty four hours on for detainees who were in their their first twenty four hours of detainment before we would actually interrogate them in special operations guys is we don't have to turn them over to the MP's for interrogation we have our own so basically one of the big ones that I did was when Sebok came out and played the Botchy Song for twenty four hours hours and then we interrogated someone. But it really wasn't the botch use. It did it. It was the Bochu. said he was feeding them which probably made them very very cooperative afterwards award which is weird because he said that you found one in seven liked it which was really weird. I mean every single one of them every single one of them that really got hooked on the botch watches. Were the original founding members of Isis Story. So one of the things that I think of. When you're when you're talking about that was there was an episode of the walking dead where Daryl role is captured and they play the Song Easy Street over and over and over? Did you ever see that. Yes yes and that comes directly that comes directly from sears schools. A matter of fact those idea yeah. That's something they did to us. Sincere school where they would play. These repetitions. Sounds or repetition music. There is a rudyard kipling poem called boots across across Africa. That this is not something I don't think is secret. But when you go to sear school what they do is they play that being read by this really high Falutin British voice and he's reading this poem over and over again in the background. There's this continuous beating a drum. And after about twelve hours a hit listening to this non stop. You really start to lose a little bit of control in your thinking and what's going on. That's the intent so man that's one of the things where you know. A repetition breaks more people than a lot of things just like when they when they bring people in to be questioned by the police right. You would be surprised how many people will confess doing things they haven't done just because they gotta get out of that situation right. Yeah that's the whole intent on it is is to just drive. You just wear you down to where anything but this happening again is worth me saying what they want to hear. And I'm happy to say for her but are worse. I don't know what that's like an and that makes me happy because I've never been a situation like that and I don't think you'd want to be not pleasant at all go. Well the other experience I've had was the actual. We did training with when they first brought out the elrod which we'll talk about a little later Would they put us out there. To show us is what this was weapon system did so there was two of them out there. There was one called the elrod and there was another one called the The eighty s which is the an anti denial use. Microwaves which actually hits you and I can tell you that these systems when they are turned up and they hit you they. I don't care how to if you're those things are going to make you comply so I can imagine imagine what at the highest level all these things do because we found out afterwards they had it turned up to like the first third of its power base guys you giant Green Berets and Rangers. Who Just Uber? Like no no more. Thank you very much man. Yeah and that's like and that was unsettling one. Let's let's go to Jeff and when we come back we're talk about some of the uses that they've used that that musical torture and things like that with and other types that's coming up on hysteria fifty one I took torture sounds dumb. And dumber when he's like. Do you want to hear the worst sound in the world and thank you or I should say you're welcome to everyone listening at home for that. Just like incredibly fast. You're already starting to annoy me. Everyone has heard of what we were talking about before. Probably which is the music to to break people spirit to flush them out of hiding or they've barricaded himself into a place and the we've used that to to varying degrees of success. One of the ones that was a true success in Panama back in eighty nine they actually blasted heavy metal music. Until Manuel Noriega surrendered ended. It was it was actually beyond. Just Manuel Noriega. If those you know the story he had he had ridden and locked himself. Opening Catholic monastery requested the the Catholic Church. Give him give him somewhere to hide asylum. It was actually the priests and nuns. Who had said if I had to hear Eddie van Halen one more time? Yeah exactly what it was it was I think they said they went back. And forth between between the opening of big long opening opening an Indian in front of pretty woman the the eruption that and then metallica's black album so often that they just couldn't do it anymore and they actually came came out and said you know you can either come in and get will leave or we'll go in there and tell him he's gotTa leave and what's what's crazy is there's fucking dudes out in like Delaware that had been listening to that on a repeat the partying much as much as they hated all the. US soldiers were kind of sandwich shops. Best we've had the other other one On occasion is another thing. That we talked about recently was Waco back in Waco Texas at the branch Davidian Mount Carmel and that siege they tried to get crushes Russian followers to surrender by playing all sorts of stuff. One of the things that they played on repeat was these boots are made for walking by Nancy Sinatra. Just over and over Christmas carols on blast and Tibetan chance just over and over and over again and it didn't work it probably should've just played Russia's Russia's music back to them because then they quit. Well what's funny is. He was playing that to them out the windows to boy of this game. Turn it up to eleven. Yeah yeah he was doing that crazy. And that was one of the things that Jenner arena actually use. When she went to Clinton she's like listen? This is constant a ton of money waiting on the mound isn't working. We need to go in and you know like I said the walking dead when easier. We're on easy street and I mean it's just the most upbeat or it's funny. I when I was researching this is looking online and I was reading an interview where the person that did easy street. It's just this upbeat Kinda for almost I children's song. And she's like the producers of walking dead called in can we use your music and we're like sure and they sit around like for weeks like what the fuck are. Are they going to use our song for they had no idea and then when they saw the episode that like torture that makes total sense they they know they know where their song those people. Yeah exactly they're like that is that is exactly what are some of the sonic weapons the US government has at its disposal. You talked about the elrod Colorado the long range acoustic device. What's that about right so the long range? But then the actual term is the long range acoustic device. Many of you have seen this before. If you look at any footage of like them cleaning up or you know police local police or some of this military footage of large scale protests and in crowd control. It looks like a large giant speaker on amounted vehicle at the Wall Street protests. And things like that. They used it in Ferguson Missouri. As well they did which was which was actually one of the last jobs I had done as part of the department's Data Chicago so I remember that bring them bringing that in there and the the really odd thing is this? This system is in its uncommon. Modern Day usage is more scientific but it goes back all the way to the Vietnam War and for those of you who remember apocalypse now and when the the you know the right of you know flight the valkyries is key is being played. Those are being played off of the original Siopas elrod systems which were just these really super high powered speakers that can go up to two miles take person at two miles distance. Feel like they're listening to their to the things that they're being told right next to them so they actually said yeah like those long ranges Well here's an example said a jet engine a full throttle or when a throttling up one hundred forty decibels when you're one hundred feet away at long range. The elrod is one hundred forty nine decibels that's right right. One hundred and fifty five is its type. It's top power speed but at the at the Max capacity which like you were saying is which is two miles that hundred and fifty five decibels occurs to the targeted individual as one hundred forty eight and it is massively effective now for for those of you at home listening if you want to have a reference point that part when you go to concerts or everything you start feeling that pain in your ear. That's one hundred twenty decibels you at human body starts feeling pain from this sound at one hundred and twenty decibels and yet you can hear that one hundred forty eight decibels two miles away. So some of the X.. Yes some of the effects of this elrod system causes equilibrium balance problems. You start having moving back and forth this this this this thing called Kennedy Zia which is a loss of joint muscle control. Where where you you WanNa move your elbow or your wrist? But you can't because the actual sound waves are interfering with the nerve signals. Yeah it just it scrambles everything in your brain it does it absolutely does and it causes pain. Nerves that at shouldn't exist directional awareness. So like if you were underwater in this got hit with you would know which way's up and the big one that I always thought was weird was a thermo -ception which is the ability to to identify thermal changes so it could be ninety degrees out on a nice off Lakeshore Avenue and you get hit with this thing and it feels like it's you know October or December and lakeshore. Ninety degrees in your body will actually react in hypothermic ways ways to that to that system being hit even though it is not an hypothetically crazy literally sound sound scrambling every part of your body. Your body's Nope. I hope not. I don't want any part of this. Well you always hear people say People Naysayer People Operating on wavelengths in your our bodies very much are operating off of their their. You're like their ability to peacefully live in a wave length where there with sound in the acoustics that are happening and we all know how music makes us feel when we feel certain way putting it on and that it has to do with the notes and everything but it also has to do with the robot talk some music makes you feel better than others. Sorry about that all day long. But let's not me and the other thing is the stuff that you hear people working on one of the things this term. That's been thrown around this phaser paine field generator stuff that China's supposedly working on the. Yeah this stuff this. This stuff is actually kind of scary because first of all not only. Can you get a phaser paine field generator from the Chinese but you can probably also an probably you can go online. Look that word it up and by household products that that thing out for you so yet yes so if you want a good example of what a phaser paine field generator is when your neighbor's house starts going when their alarm system starts going off and and if you're standing like inside the house and you're getting hit with that high frequent united high loud whiny pulsating sound that feeling that makes you want to leave. The home is the effect of the pain generator. So those things exists but the Chinese who what they have done is taken this thing a step forward so there is a guy named Xijiang. Who is the lead researcher at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and he is confirmed to the press? The Chinese have developed a what they call a sonnet gun which which operates off of this this technology and it was developed as a crowd control and that causes focus ways of sound too. 'cause the targets eardrums eyeballs and brains brains vibrate painfully. But the problem is it is signed this thing is the size of a hand held weapon system so it is is not some giant mounted system that you have to put up with all these protests and things. They've been using stuff like this and they're on their people a- AD nauseam yeah well that's a more jazzy. But but yeah you know. That's that's crazy to think and think you can make it with household utensils and my shit asses over here still trying to perfect. My weather weather dominator at home working on this right now because all you need is a tube shaped vessel containing inert gas when you hit the gas up it actually pumps out this monotonous deep sound. That causes all kinds of national things that happened to me. And wouldn't you know all my tube shaped vessels. I have gases in them. None of them are nerd. Man You can eat a decent trading I have lots of inert gases. What do you need me on? That is scary. And it's it's like you said so we're talking about the elrod it's on the top. It's like a turret on the top of the vehicle and yet this phaser paine field generator is the size of of a gun. Say probably about the size of like a car beam or a rifle. I assume at this point that must be what it's but the problem is also with this thing is no no one's actually seen it on. There are reports of people who are reporting having being Sims of it. Yes but there is. There's been no visual identification of this however the US government does believe believe that these are the Chinese research development guys have created this system. That is a hell of a thing to think about. And we're in the early stages of stuff like like that and they're going to be well as soon as they have. I'm sure we'll have some over here. Then we'll increase in other people increase it and then every cop on the blocks gonNA Have you know that's crazy to think about. Let's let's go to break again and we are GONNA come back. We're talking about you. Were talking about you know affects. Let's break that down a little bit more and were these really do. And then also some of the cases that we've talked about that May or may not have used some of these. That's coming up on hysteria fifty one all right. I've got my shopping based Acoustic Walmart is where I need to go. Get it like Jaffa I if you want if you want to get one. That's just going to really be like four for mass quantity of pain. You WanNa go to Walmart because it's also the place you can buy it and like what are you buying this for miracle weapon there you go there at like midnight you can get on the actual footage of people of Walmart Dot Com while you're buying your system sending into some person who's wearing nothing more than a light coat of baby oil nine the furry that holding the baby oil bottle man so the effects of this have have we were talking about what they you know what they look like things like that. There's different ways that they affect people and one of the things you're talking about. It throws people off. They don't know if it's hot. It's Kohl things that sounds actually heat up cells in the body causing damage. That's something crazy. These waves will actually heat your body and can hurt you. An ultrasound can cause Cava tation all sound. Waves are longitudinal including a like the way they move of the polling motion of molecules in the wave. Travels this happens in the air as well as it travels through an object like your body Cava tation is when the pressure difference between between a strong push in a poll in a very loud sound causes bubbles to form inside your body so in other words it can give you the fucking bins almost most but not just in your blood. It Causes Cavities inside your body by sound. Yeah it's really. It's really scary stuff. So those who watch it's the Like people firing a ballistic gelatin. And you see that large bubble that follows the bullet That's that's what what Burns talking about that. That cavitational creates and ended when that cabinet there. If it's if it's a high enough in a fast enough frequency that's going through that cavity can actually cause the pulling up things like nights nitrogen out of the bloodstream. which which yeah could yet end up giving you nitrogen sickness which is the Benz and you wouldn't even know you would have no idea Other than this feeling of just got hit with something thing you know. Some kind of like sound pressure wave in the next. You know six seven hours later Manziel bleed now the news who knows how. Yeah Gary Stuff. A crazy thing is that when things happen a lot of times we WANNA blame weapons or the unknown and it's not always that way sometimes. It's just dumb luck. Almost Anna case of that is the Cuban Embassy back in twenty six and twenty seventeen at least twenty four people at the. US Embassy in Cuba heard what they described. Scribes high pitched sounds and they suffered injuries that everyone attributed to these noises and they started blaming what they thought. Were Sonic Mike Weapons. They thought Cuban people someone the Russian someone was using a weapon against them. Well as times went by since understand people have studied the case and it turns out they actually believe it was just bad engineering and rather than sonic weapon to actual. Oh pieces of equipment there were letting out. Ultrasonic sounds and the interfered with each other and it caused this audible side effect. That made people sick. Sounds something crazy that that you hear when they build bridges they gotta make sure that they don't hit the wrong sound they'll dance and shake apart right right. Yeah Yeah. That's the same kind of thing you could blame it on a weapon system but it's not a weapon system however the thing that's happening to these people is the same effect that a weapon system would Had Gen that's why it. It makes sense at their mind. Went there this one just happened to be dumb luck instead of being but you're exactly right all the symptoms were there that it makes sense. It's now there was a US embassy Moscow microwave device event. Oh yeah absolutely so bad back in one thousand nine hundred fifty three to one thousand nine hundred seventy six and this. This is kind of the birth of the Modern Day What they call? Non Lethal or non kinetic weapons program so the US finds out through just like regular reports from their embassy personnel. That they're guys get sick there and they go over there and find out that there is a directed microwave signal which you know. Microwaves much like sandwich on wage. Operate in that same kind of science. They're getting hit with this microwave from this building across the street. In this specific floor they actually defined and obviously it was the kgb the or some kind of the one of the Soviet intelligence services but from fifty three to seventy six this sound had assaulted and just been blasted onto the embassy and instead of than in the great us us way of doing things instead of protecting their embassy people the US sent Dr out there and just investigated it so they could study the affects wchs justice like this man right. They studied the effects on the diplomats. I'll letting multiple. US diplomats get cancer at a higher rate of anyone Nelson the funny part the funniest part about this story. I tell people all the time is that signal was being sent at two point. Five to four GIGAHERTZ. I I worked right now in the IT industry and we all know that your Internet signal runs off of two point four and five gigahertz. So what kind of long range inch. Long range damage. Might we be doing ourselves with our Wi fi signals. That are running at the scene gigahertz frequency that this microwave damaged admit or that the Soviets used on us was is being used but we got we got hit with that and it led to one of the two sonic weapons at the. US still has now. which is the microwave version of that of that L. rank system? That the bad news for you. If you're thinking why don't have wi fi at home. Guess what you do because it's everywhere and you're walking through it right like a fucking puddle swimming through it everywhere man. They're not the only ones the the red states over there. China was doing some of that. Too right yeah. So that that device we were talking about earlier sonic gun That was being developed. The reason why they went public with the fact that they had it was they were trying to offset the reports in two thousand eighteen of the same type of diplomatic attacks that we're being being done that they thought were being done to. The People in Cuba had been getting done to a couple of Chinese diplomats or American diplomats in China China. Unfortunately the the now the now commonly commonly Assumed situation there was. This is the confirmed attack. The these these people in China these two diplomats were in fact affected by some kind of Acoustic Kristich. Were Sonic weapon system and I think the Chinese coming out Alza. Old Z. Whatever his name was from this from he was coming out with that to try to say? Hey Look we've developed a weapon but that weapons intent is not what these people are having a happen to them so the Chinese are very much trying to separate themselves from this attack that even they have to admit really did happen to these these this group of US diplomats in China. oops we got caught. Well let's try to play off as well as we can at least at Argonne and we knew it was happening so we decided to study it see old. US well you know never. We don't ever let anything go to waste. Well you know what speaking to not letting anything go to waste a good story a good. TV Show like ancient aliens. We've got to bring that in because this is near fifty one. We got a clip from our good friend. Mr David David Children's David Hatcher childress. If you're nasty see that clip for us the idea that some kind of sonic weapon was used to destroy these huge thick ancient walls to allow the Israelites. Who basically take over? That city is a fascinating one. So so what kind of technology where they're using. It sounds utterly fantastic to us that they could have had some kind of advanced Alien Technology Eh. Clearly what they're describing. What ancient aliens is saying? Is that the Israelites. Back in the day had giant. Sonic weapons that they use to destroy walls to get into cities. Another thing that they've said is they've used these weapons to cut stones to build walls things. He's like that. I thought I thought that Indiana Jones and the Ark did that right right well. Just don't don't look at it when they open it and you're fine. The those walls looked at the other thing and this is something that we've dabbled with. I know scientists have tried and acoustic levitation. Something that they can do on a small-scale a lot of people say that's what they did with the Pyramids say just had acoustic levitation and some dude. You know I'm floating around. That was actually actually the the rumbling of all the bellies of the people who weren't getting the grain that was being stored in the permits. They did get had poisoning and they all died any the US or ships. I wouldn't worry about it but al but seriously though that's something that is a a running line in a lot of these ancient aliens. I picked one quote quote because there were so many to go through but like this whole running thing in the show is that obviously obviously they had this technology Azizi and my whole thing with that is if we did. Let's say that I don't even know that alien. Sit It if we did why. Where did it go where where does this shit go? And why are we just now getting back into it. Well you know the aluminum. He's not GonNa let us have that weapon. So the Damn Reptilians. I told them to make it that way. I the thing is they want to. They want to utilize some technology that they don't have to necessarily. And this is the people who are way out there these wackos they. They want us this. This as an example of system warning or a technology that can be used and the reason why is because they say how it's incorrectly used they don't use the right words words literally there's only four people in the world to understand how the technology works anyway and they're not watching ancient aliens so everyone else can just believe whatever's being put out there and that's a funny is a Science ignorance is something that you know. I it's very prevalent always is but things like win. Einstein was coming up with relativity relativity. And he put it out there. There's is really only like two or three minds could actually understand what he was getting at now. We have people that that breakdown and and try to make it. So Layman's can lease understand and grasp the fundamental concepts concepts of it. You know and you've had people like Stephen Hawking the put out their books that break it down and and brief history of time and a briefer history time and things like that and to where we just go. Oh yeah and you got neil. DEGRASSE is to go. There makes it understandable for everyone by really breaking it down and then he hits on movies by saying that the stars weren't correct they just let us have it. You know I'll man. So what do we have to look forward to in the future like. What do you see with where we're at and you of having the unique you've had been in the situations where you could see weapons systems and the way that they progress? Where do you see it going? So military weapons in systems. Have this this tendency to go. The way of what I like to say is regular media. US giant televisions back in the fifties and sixties. Now we we can watch it all on our phones because it's so small so I think the the miniaturization of these weapons systems is where I see this going in the future. We're not going to be able to change affects that these weapon in systems have but having a giant vehicle mounted one then now we have a rifle sized type of sonic device. Next thing you know it's going to go down to a compact case is one that woman can carry inside of her her and then then we've got problems and we have. We have kids going into schools with sonic weapons. That are not just run. DMC played on a loop Some real problems right now. It's crazy to and the things you know. Think about with these things is like with the elrod and it's putting out those massive decibels all going forward and there's a guy standing right behind hearing nothing right right. Well there's the people operating the system that are literally right underneath underneath it or right behind it looking at it so much but I tell you what the government they do their best to try to make it safe with the ads which is the microwaved amid the active. Denial System That thing is throwing ninety five Gigahertz at an individual person and they claim that it only penetrates one sixty fourth of an inch person's skin and I feel like they're boiling from the inside. I I don't I don't know if if the technology or the science behind it can support the fact that we know what long-term effects so these are going to have on people. I don't really want one sixty four. Th of any part of my body. Boil rule that. I've I've come to love and embrace. I've I literally had sunburns that. That are less than that and I'm miserable for weeks so I mean right. Oh my God. Yeah and you're right the thing you're talking about there too. That is something that well unfortunately they. We don't know what the long term effects are. But I'm sure they'll keep using the MON people and testing it and seeing think just in in Darpa and we'll figure it out right man. You're forgetting about my favorite acoustic weapon. I don't even know if I want to hear what this one is. The Brown note the perfect that one. You will be the first to know when I do. I Bet I bet that is what we need. Just hit the button. Everyone takes Shit Shit actually surprise you can't focus at people's stomach rumble. Their bowels until they let loose with somebody actually one of the long term effects actually being exposed to the elrod system is intestinal problems. But it's not it's long term so if you if you have the I guess maybe the drug the drug induced power to stand there much like a person on Angel Dust can get zapped with a Taser if you WANNA stand there and just absorb the elrod sound waves long enough. You're GONNA Shit Yourself. It's going to happen so I mean I remember like I said I remember the days in at the firebase when when she bought would show up and just you know blast audio waves just just to see what happens research. He had a Darpa sticker on so and it's fine no invade any attention. You guys signed your lives away anyway. Yeah it doesn't count doesn't matter awesome nation. Those are acoustic weapons. It's kind of scary thing In the fact that they're not lethal they could be used improperly or long enough but it's things things that we see used on civilians and things like that and it's just like Jeff said we don't know a lot of the long term effects this can have. I've seen in people's lives are ruined by having their equilibrium thrown off and they have vertigo for the rest of their life. I'm one of those people. One of my one of my traumatic brain. Injuries is giving me what they call a call. Inner ear inner ear balance issues. I cannot close my eyes and stand up and that's one of the side effects of the CBI. That I had so that is terrible. I can't Oh so my father had that happened to him later in life and when it happened got incredibly sick. And he had problems the rest of his life and that was one of his issues. Too and The thing that you could cause that on accident even by something like this is terrible and think if you I don't know I don't even want to think about that. So crazy crazy you're trooper man. I I'm sorry you deal with that. You know so I was talking to me of us. Don't have to so well. Hey we appreciate it. I do John's John's on here a problem because he doesn't appreciate you. That's terrible I'm sure. Yeah but he's not here to defend themselves talk she so those are our thoughts. What's what are you guys? That's what are your thoughts of where these weapons could go. Let us know and you can let us know by going to steria nation. That's on facebook. 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Tuesday, May 12, 2020

NBC Nightly News

21:50 min | 10 months ago

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

"Tonight the striking new warning from Dr Telling Senators that states opening too soon could trigger outbreaks. They can't control leading to avoidable suffering and death that could also set the economy back and after the president declared the US has prevailed on testing some Republicans. Saying it's just the opposite. Also Dr Chee sounding the alarm about that mystery child disease believed linked to Cova as the CDC prepares a major alert it comes as parts of La extend stay at home orders possibly until August and cal state. The Nation's largest public university system already canceling in person classes for the fall also where in America cases are spiking the biggest surge in grocery prices in nearly fifty years. How much more you're paying for everything from meat eggs to serial high anxiety mounting pressure on the TSA to make a big change at checkpoints the growing outbreak in Russia one of Putin's closest advisors infected our exclusive. Even if a vaccine it's successful how prepared is the US to roll it out? You might be surprised. And the new tropical threat were tracking tonight. This is NBC. Nightly News. With Lester Holt. Good evening everyone. There will be consequences more outbreaks more deaths blunt. Warning from Dr Anthony Fauci against reopening the country too soon FAO G and other top government health officials stepping out from under the shadow of the White House today in into a video conference to break the bad news to a Senate committee hearing that the covert outbreak is not under control testing. Still fall short and that grim days are still ahead all as the death toll continued. Its steady and painful climb. We have it all covered starting with. Nbc's Jeff Bennett Tonight. A dire warning from Dr Anthony FAUCI reopening the country too soon during the corona virus crisis will cost lives. There is a real risk that you will trigger an outbreak that you might not be able to control which in fact have reduc sickly will set you back not only leading to some suffering and death. It could be avoided. Could even set you back on the road to TRY TO GET ECONOMIC RECOVERY. A reality check from the nation's top infectious disease expert which stands in stark contrast to president. Trump's push to reopen the country. Tuesday Senate hearing unlike any before with the witnesses and many senators appearing remotely by conference an all-too-familiar precaution in the pandemic four of the nation's top health officials responsible for the Federal Response Dr Fallacy. Cdc Director Robert Redfield FDA Commissioner Steven Hahn and Admiral Brett Jarar offering their unfiltered assessments among the takeaways. Dr Faucher cautioning. It's a bridge too far to expect Corona virus treatments or a vaccine in time for the fall school semester the head of CDC could not say when the agency will finally released detailed advice to states. About how and when to reopen public places like schools churches and restaurants. When is it going to be released? Because states are reopening right now and we need this additional guidance to make those decisions. I do anticipate this broader guidance. Oh It'd be posted on the CDC website. Soon I soon isn't terribly helpful. And Dr Ci says the already staggering corona virus. Death toll is likely higher than what's reported the official statistic. Dr Faucher is that eighty thousand Americans have died from the pandemic. There are some epidemiologist who suggests the number may be fifty percent higher than that of what do you think. I'm not sure Senator Sanders if it's going to be fifty percent higher but most of us feel that the number of deaths are likely higher than that number. There may have been people who died at home. Who did have who are not counted as Kobe because they never really got to? The hospital. Tuesday's hearing grew tense at times with Republican. Senator Rand Paul clashing with Dr Jason. We can listen to your advice but there are people on the other side. Tangiers not going to be a surge and then we can safely open the economy and I have never made myself out to be the end all and only voice of this. I'm a scientist. A physician at a public health official. I give advice. According the best scientific evidence as Democrat seized on shortcomings in the trump administration's response resident trump must acknowledge that the several responses in sufficient and that more people are dying as a result but there was one point of bipartisan agreement. One thing that's abundantly clear. We need dramatically more testing. Would our country had done so far. Intesting is impressive but not nearly enough. I find are testing record. Nothing to celebrate whatsoever now. The White House has made progress in expanding the country's testing capabilities in recent weeks though public health experts warned that millions more tests per week are needed to safely reopen. The Country Lester. Alright Jeff Bennett to the White House. Thank you and one of the most striking moments from Dr found today was during an exchange about kids and the risk of corona virus it comes as NBC News has learned the CDC is preparing to issue an alert to doctors nationwide about the signs and symptoms of that mystery. Illness believed linked to Cova. Nineteen with more. Here's Kristen Dahlgren. Today in Washington a tense exchange over kids and covert and what it means schools. Consider reopening much as I respect you doctor Pal. I don't think you're the end hall. I don't think you're the one person I guess to make a decision whether it's a huge mistake if we don't open the schools in the fall. I think we'd better be careful if we are not cavalier in thinking that children are completely uneven the deleterious effects but I am very careful and hopefully humble and knowing that I don't know everything about this disease the nation's top infectious disease doc pointing to the new inflammatory disease that appears to be impacting small but growing number of children today spokesperson for the CDC saying it's preparing a nationwide alert to help track pediatric multi-system Inflammatory Syndrome. Symptoms can include prolonged fever rash abdominal pain and the inflammation can attack organs like the heart or kidneys. At least three children died in cases now suspected in at least fourteen states New York now has one hundred cases it's probably in other states And probably hasn't been diagnosed yet in other states because again these children don't present the usual Kovic symptoms. Doctors say the syndrome appears to be a delayed inflammatory response to the virus. It's severe. It is the very rapidly in these children so they can go from having fevers to suddenly deteriorating over a short period of time fortunately their treatment that seemed to be working along today. Josie past fan went home after days in the. Icu recused just to recognize the symptoms. Get your child there so that they can get the treatment and new evidence today. Even kids without the inflammatory syndrome can get sicker with Cova. Nineteen than I thought. A new study from children's national found of one hundred seventy seven kids who tested positive one in four required hospitalization. Nearly forty percent of those had no underlying condition overall children are a fraction of those most seriously impacted by Cova but tonight growing evidence against the Assumption. They are completely safe. Kristen Dahlgren NBC. News as much of the country starts to reopen. The infection rate is surging in some places according to a White House Task Force report unreleased but obtained by NBC News. And there's also news tonight about a major university system already canceling in person classes for the fall. Miguel almaguer has late details tonight. In some of the very regions reopening across our nation a troubling spike in Cova cases according to new undisclosed numbers obtained by NBC News. The data compiled by the White House. Pandemic taskforce shows the top ten areas recording surges of at least seventy two percent over the previous week atop the list central city. Kentucky where a prison has helped fuel six hundred and fifty percent increase in infections. Other hotspots include Nashville Tennessee Amarillo Texas and Des Moines Iowa where there was never statewide. Stay at home orders. We have this huge spike in cases. And I think it's a result not practicing that. Stay in place order with the national infection rate yet to subside. A separate list of locations to watch include cities like Charlotte Omaha Minneapolis Columbus phenix in Kansas City. While cases in California are stable. Tonight cal state. The nation's largest four year public university says campuses will remain closed through fall semester. Here in Los Angeles stay at home. Orders could easily extend three more months into August. It comes as governors elsewhere are easing their orders. While several states including Michigan Louisiana and Arkansas are seen a decrease in new cases today. Top doctors warned of opening communities too fast reservation book as full almost for today and tomorrow but after this restaurant in Colorado ignored local mandates its operating license was suspended in California. Elon Musk define regulations to jump-starting production. At Tesla arguing the company is an essential business as health officials ordered the company to Stop Manufacturing. One employee tells NBC News. He's not comfortable being back on the job. I don't see a scenario where I'M NOT RISKING. My house by going back doesn't as more businesses revolt and open their doors. Tempers continue to flare in southern California. Two men were arrested after beating security guards who escorted them out of a target when refusing to wear a face mask tonight the fight over reopening getting uglier than ever Miguel Almaguer. Nbc News Los Angeles now to the troubling news. Tonight for families trying to put food on the table while consumer prices overall have been going down during all this. There's been a spike in food prices. The highest spike in decades are San Brock tonight. And where you'll see the biggest changes I'd grocery stores. It's not just the plexiglas and social distancing that are different price tags are changing to spiking higher than they've been in almost fifty years. I used to be maybe one forty nine for the medium ones. Now it's like two forty nine seven seven dollars. For the jumbo grocery sales skyrocketing eighty three percent in the middle of March. When many stay at home owners went into effect? Have you noticed a small change or a big change big change when I used to buy all the meat for sixty bucks today? I'm paying one. Oh seven compared to last year prices are up for items like eggs bread chicken and mill in fact in just one month. The average price of a dozen eggs jumped sixteen percent more than three dollars in some places poultry. Fish meat and eggs were up more than four percent. Cereal and bakery products saw the largest monthly increase ever about three percent. Even though people are eating the same out most are doing it from the safety of home which is why a lot of produce and dairy are getting wasted suppliers. Unable to repackage the food that would have gone to restaurants and redirected to supermarkets for example. A crate of three hundred sixty eggs for a restaurant looks very different than the same. Three hundred and sixty eggs package the way a supermarket would need to sell them. Half the food supply in this country normally goes to commercial use. That's restaurants well that demand has dried up while consumer demand has skyrocketed and while the supply chain is shifting to meet us. We're paying the price. Corona virus outbreaks and poultry. Plants are also driving up prices with new social distancing guidelines workers calling out production has plummeted. There are also fewer sales and promotions at stores themselves. A run up on food prices with no clear end inside Sam Brock. Nbc News Miami. In sixty seconds why flying might never be the same pressure on the TSA tonight to make a big change at their checkpoints. Also our exclusive new reporting inside the race for a vaccine the news. That might surprise you the meet the press. Chuck Todd Cast. It's an insider's take on politics. The twenty twenty election and more candid conversations with some of my favorite reporters about things. We usually discuss off camera. Listen for free. Wherever you get your podcast I'm Lee host of into America. A podcast from NBC News and MSNBC. Join me as we go into the numbers. Eighty three percent of her patients. Don't have insurance right now into the choices. I have to plan a funeral in the age of the grown-ups. How's this GonNa work and into away through? The importance of music is to keep our spirits up into America. A podcast about everyday people and the power politics policy and a pandemic have in shaping. Our lives new episodes every Monday and Thursday. We're back with a major headline out of Russia tonight. A close aide to President Vladimir Putin among those now battling the disease Richard Englewood late details. He's Russian President Vladimir Putin's right hand man spokesman Dmitry Peskov has worked for Putin for twenty years today. He announced he's hospitalized with covert along with his wife who described his condition as stable. Peskov said he hasn't seen Putin in a month. They issued Putin just announced the partial reopening in Russia. His government has been hit hard. Three ministers including the prime minister testing positive. Critics have questioned Russia's official death toll of around two thousand Russia reports roughly the same number of cases as the UK which has a death toll of thirty two thousand just today five more covert patients died in Russia when a ventilator caught fire in an ICU Kovic and historically low oil prices have hurt Putin's approval rating according to a recent poll. It's at its lowest level in years. Lester Richard Angle tonight. Thank you now to the high anxiety in the airline industry and the devastating prediction today. From the CEO of Boeing Tom Costello calling the threat to the airline industry. Grave the prediction from Boeing. Co Two savannah. Guthrie today sent shockwaves through Wall Street and airline offices. You think there might be a major. Us carrier that just has to go out of business. Well it's I don't WanNa get a t to predictive on that subject but yes most likely you know something will happen. When September comes around Dave Calhoun did not say which airlines are most at risk but with few exceptions every airline is flying less than ten percent full on September thirtieth. The federal government's Bailout. Money comes to an end. Airlines are already warning that as many as one hundred thousand employees could be laid off if passengers don't return in large numbers. You don't know who has what how clean things have been at least on the plane. Flying in a covert and post covert world expect airline and airport facemask requirements six feet of separation while lining up airport health screenings. A new scanner checks for elevated body temperatures at Paine field in Washington state. Now three hundred forty-six airports nationwide are calling on the TSA to check every passengers temperature at security the TSA so far not embracing the idea. We have to make certain that those who choose to travel by air make it through the airport and feel as though they are as safe as they were if they were in their own home. When we'll airline travel get back to normal Boeing again with a sobering assessment. It might take us three five years to get there. Meanwhile Delta United American Airlines are requiring passengers to wear masks board that can be denied boarding if they don't but wants to play leaves the gate flight attendants will ask not forced passengers to comply luster. Right Tom Castillo. Thanks now that. Nbc News Exclusive. Even if a vaccine is developed is the US prepared to deliver the millions of doses. That would be available. Experts say no but are Gabe Gutierrez talked to a CEO who says his company can solve critical roadblock with the global race to make a vaccine underway. Scientists are now sounding the alarm about how to mass produce. It people are worried about. We have enough medical glass to be able to put all of these doses of the vaccine individuals so that they can be administered. And that's a serious issue to think about right now late today. The trump administration announced a new one hundred thirty eight million dollar effort called project. Jump start to dramatically increase domestic production of syringes. The departments of Defense and Health and Human Services will now partner with Health Startup Object Systems America. The company makes plastic pre filled syringes. Nobody has ever used an injectable. P- refilled syringe made of plastic in the tens of millions or even the millions. Because nobody had ever figured out how to attach a needle to a plastic filled container with a drug in an exclusive interview. Ceo Jay Walker says. The syringe will be made faster and will cost less than a dollar to produce much cheaper than the cost of making glass vials to hold back scenes. Not only did it take six months or more to make. That's if you need millions. If you need tens of millions or hundreds of millions they could take way longer to make so. That's a big problem. And those glass vile is largely manufactured overseas. There's also the stoppers needed the close. The vile experts warned that our reliance on an oversea supply chain is a major national security issue. Public Health. Experts say that Kovic Nineteen vaccine might require to doses to ensure unity. That would mean about six hundred fifty million doses just for the US population alone. We've been leaning in on this supply chain to ensure that when EVAC scene is ready to go. We will have the necessary supplies to actually administer it. There is still no clear timeline for a vaccine but experts say we must prepare for it now gave beauty or is NBC News New York at the Supreme Court today cliffhanger case over President Trump's financial records are pete. Williams joins us now to the justices offer any clues about their thinking. I think so based on their questions in oral argument by telephone conference call it did seem them at a majority of the court is prepared to rule that. House Democrats went too far in seeking years of financial records from President trump and his family members. But it might allow a narrower demand for documents if it's tied to some specific legislation that Congress is considering but the court also seemed inclined to say that a New York state grand jury can subpoena President Trump's tax returns. None of the justices seem to accept his argument. That presidents are immune from all parts of the criminal justice process so this appeared to be a mixed day for the president. And we'll know when we get the rulings by July Lester. Right Pete Williams. Thanks very much of next as we continue here in the middle of pandemic trouble could be brewing in the tropics. We're tracking what could be the first tropical threat of the we're back now with the heroin. Seen today caught on camera in south Florida as a small plane hit some power lines and crashed on a road. One of the two people on board was killed. The other seriously injured officials said the plane was having mechanical. Trouble in the pilot was trying to make it back to an airport tonight. We are tracking what could become the first tropical threat of the season forecasts. Show a tropical disturbance could form off the southeast coast of the US by this weekend. It's not expected to make a direct hit but it could bring rip current and swells to the coast early next week next tonight the return of the king and waiting to hear where finally tonight in our latest installment of nightly news kids edition. We'll explain the science behind and how they protect US potentially help other Spike Cova Tube and the king is back the Shirley Temple King. That is. He's helping other kids in need right now. 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DLD 278: ICAOnt even figure out WHO is managing China policies

Dots, Lines & Destinations

46:38 min | 1 year ago

DLD 278: ICAOnt even figure out WHO is managing China policies

"You're listening to dots lines and destinations travel. podcast with host Stephen Seagraves vase moon and said Miller. Hello and welcome to dot lines and destinations episode. Two hundred seventy eight. I am Stephen. seagraves joined by Seth Miller this week in false memory. Gentlemen how are you great excellent. I'm doing all right. It's a sunny day in Portland. So that's weird. It is eh passport on him. That's two strikes. What was I supposed to have done? Is it snowing in New Hampshire. It is not. It's actually. It was warm here. So maybe that's the problem. Yeah See Z.. It's everything's weird wars relative but it was about freezing i. It's warmer at home in New Jersey than it is in San Jose at the No. Oh so let's we touched on the corona virus China and things that were happening During the last I episode But things have developed rather quickly since that episode. So what's happening seth. What is it that you see happening? As far as travel Complete complete breakdown in coherent and coordinated decision making that fair. Now that may be a little overstretching thing but the short short version is the World Health Organization like an hour after we finish according to last episode so early last rally last week last week came out with advice declaring a global health crisis and interesting about that is it was specifically. We are declaring global health prices because China has done a bad job of managing things but in order to make sure that we can have coordinated and consistent rules apply for making sure that access remains open that you know the economy's still continue to move a Cetera et cetera and the reaction action from basically everybody else was. Are you kidding me. Ange closing the borders one by one country started to inst- institute checkpoints all passenger to be quarantined or flights weren't allowed to operate or passengers. Who touched watched? Chinese soil are not allowed to enter Or will be quarantined for fourteen days if they're non-citizens is the US rule right now. There's a lot going on. And and none of them are consistent and all of them are basically shutting down air travel to Info to from and through China and the. US rule is self quarantine for fourteen days. Zip Your citizen if you're not as a citizen Or don't have a green card. You'RE NOT GONNA be allowed in unless there's an extraneous circumstances do family. Yeah it's severe. Yeah because I mean the initial last week they declared it an epidemic. Do I think last night I had this morning i read is now officially a pandemic. Yes the CDC has said it's uncontrolled down because of how far There's there's no controlling so it's we're trying our best in. We'll see where it goes. Which I mean right I'm meteorologist? I'm not a doctor of any sort art. That seems an interesting claim. Given the level to which some of these some of the numbers stand right now. I'm not so sure I would call it. pandemic level sporadic but compared to compared to some of the other similar. You know weird outbreak kind of situations. We've had over the past decade. This one is certainly attracting a lot of attention. And at but I don't feel like it's gotten quite as spread as far as quickly We clearly have more connected Aviation Infrastructure Sheriff especially within China when compared to ours than volume of traffic within China's double a triple bypass a lot more opportunities for spread. Also just a lot more people but also I just. I don't know the numbers I've seen so far suggests that declaring it that way might be stretching things at part of the declarations because they don't know how it spreads or how quickly quit spreads right. It's unlike SARS which pretty instantaneous right. Now what the belief is that. It's a two. We can commission period and there's also speculation that the numbers being published about China are not exactly accurate. Yeah and that sort of you know dovetails into one of my one of the things I wanNA talk about. Today is that sort of general attitude seems to be pervasive globally compared to the. Who saying no no no. Everything's fine and to a lesser extent. I kau the international civil ablation organization which is a UN agency? SORTA saying everything is Okay and doing other bizarre crap beyond that but isn't the the. Who an extension of the UN is. Well yes both our UN agencies right and so one of the things we've seen is some really questionable behavior from Ike Albion as people have been digging in Thurs a fair a number of Chinese nationals in leadership positions. That Kaos you have to wonder. Is there a bias to the information being published. Yes absolutely And you know I I like like the whole. Who thing we want to get this out there to coordinate this do the right thing. Except if you're Taiwan yeah and so one of the really interesting things we've seen is like like early on but recently Italy banned all flights from China and that included Taiwan yet they actually went to the extent of issue and not him. Yeah I mean that's a good way to make sure lists aren't confused. Might be far more useful than Oh look. There's a crane over there far away from your airport It's it's. It's interesting that they did that eventually. They walked back to Taiwan bid. But you know if you just say China and you follow you and rules argued that includes Taiwan which gets to be super strange and interesting and challenging. The secular state issued a statement last week on Friday. The they did not agree with the way that I was behaving regards Taiwan. I don't know what the real intent of that was just to accept embarrassing them publicly. But I mean isn't it isn't did she say it's kind of two faced too you. You want to include Taiwan for political gain But at the same time don't include them in the health response From an airline perspective or even a response perspective of getting people on the ground where they need to be. Yeah it's there's also some weird challenge our challenge in some interesting sort of politics politics going on with Taiwan and then looking at how the US is dealing with the China in like the trade him that what was the trade war that maybe you the phase one whatever settlement whoever calling it There's an interesting sort of position their of like did the does the. US Even care that the fact that a a third of the flights are now basically all the fly between the China are gone right and so that was a decent amount of the cargo left between the two countries so in the conversation. WHO'S GONNA buy? I want where those numbers aren't right. The phase one trade deal was you know it's it been successful. Wasn't necessary step toward moving forward. In their potential risk of further returning the embargo or other things are the tariffs kind of situation on embargo returning the tariffs and if there's no way to move goods between the two countries that makes it very very hard to reach those number but but Two things I I think the China Eastern Chinese carry. That's cancelled flights states. I don't know if the others have and have ups or Fedex canceled me. I think actually actually ups. I saw something summer suggesting ups had changed some of its flights. Um and there's just dedicated cargo carriers. That are not ready to actress but he no belly. Cargo are not allegations like ARGO bucks'll freighters if So those those do matter those are are you know for the higher value stuff it ends but I think a lot of that travels belly cargo. Just because it's it's more frequent timing but how much of that stuff is going to like Hong Kong via ground transparent coming on a decent amount. But it depends. I mean there are not soft incentive attentive when stopped at a that are just as easy and fast. Oh agreed no doubt but Goes to Hong Kong. Because there's just so many more coming into Hong Kong for belly car at a lot. More the dedicate carriers going into Schenn's on shore but not in the way of much in the way of Mercia fights but it's interesting I was reading that. A number of healthcare workers in Hong Kong or `boy cutting striking. Whatever you WANNA call it because they want the grand borders closed with China because right now they're still open that? Were recording us on this Monday. Yeah it's Monday Tuesday morning Hong Kong. I actually think that they're trying to do that. that something. Something wasn't asked about that for Hong Kong today with two to close the land. The close most of the borders and put some site cited better Jackson place. This is like a double whammy for Hong Kong. Though coming off the last six seven months running into this I mean this the US to bring the the economy of local communist test reaching and certainly the airline's mechanic provide this right. We don't Hong Kong Airlines won't but will cafe. That's that's that's a tough recall. I mean I think you know it's interesting. That Chinese carriers has hasn't been a ton of Chinese carriers have canceled service to the US but cafe definitely hasn't right like they haven't reduced adduced service but they also have a isn't there a directive in place that there any crew that touches mainland China won't be allowed to continue on other places. This isn't that some kind of new thing that came into play just yesterday. Cafe hasn't reduced anything the last two weeks. They did a number reductions in the last few months yet but they haven't done anything last. We'll see if they do anything someone I saw someone. I think seth it's your friend was suggesting one of the ways cafe can move forward. is they would split up their dragon. Flights dragon flights operated mainland China only basically and everything else would be operated by true cafe metal but I think Kathy has dropped a lot of mainland China. Service already suspended Dragon House. Yeah I mean there's so much I saw chart of like just the mainland Chinese cares them what they suspended and including including their domestic network. It's like asked Wanderley half half of lot of forty a lot of mid forties to sixty and turn frequencies cut in the edge. That was just today. But it's serious. This is like I mean. I don't think we've ever seen it even after September eleventh. We didn't see we've never seen someone get cut off like this. This is pretty much isolating. China is a country. Yes for sure. any other thoughts on corona virus response by cow situation with regards to twitter absurd the blocking of people. Yeah and I know the guy who's managing this. I've met him before so in some ways. I have some sympathies. But their policy is basically if you post something that we don't believe is is accurate representation of what does how it works. We will block you because that's misinformation and we won't be associated with that and the number of different ways. That stupid is hard to count fake news. I'm Nestle I know I just tried to like. Yeah sure okay but just blocking everybody who says something is doesn't I use my point with that as it doesn't change the conversation and it only makes it worse for for the account gets hacked. I don't know that people care that much. There's that taking account like in our world people sort of care but it wasn't enough to make the. US government issued a statement. So we can. We can expect expect the duct lines and destinations twitter account to be blocked. So let's go ahead and say it. I talked to other people and they've like he said. Oh Yeah I've been blocked already. I don't care you know so anything. You say bad about a cow or any kind of questioning of anything that goes on because they are they also have A. Isn't there a scandal on an I.. Cows well right now. Yes so I mean anything you say that questions their ethics or motives a gets gets himself. I mean the problem is it. It makes six one question their credibility when they react like that any. This is supposed to be a you know a bipartisan organization. That's supposed to be doing right for the people and unlikely have an agenda with the way the responding today is supposed to be globally neutral operation. And it's not entirely that. How do we get nominated nominated to be an ideal country for one thing? You gotta pay somebody off kind of kidding but not really Yes I met more in the positions not a member country but more than the positions that are blocked of the people who are partaking like this. I mean they opened the jobs from Sunday time. But you gotta you gotta be willing to work in Montreal. Actually one of the interesting things about working there. I don't think you need a work permit really technically A. You're not working in Montreal because you're working for the UN. When you go into the building? I did a tour with the guy who runs their social media. Got Because I was in town just over a year ago now now and I showed up his. Bring your passport and I did when I checked in. There's like a desk outside in the foyer in the lobby area building. There's little museum nearby that's pretty cool stuff of the history three of you know aviation whatever and then there's like a giant glass wall with a door and as you give the guy your passport outside he issues you a badge and then you go through that door and when you're inside that door you're you're technically an international land your no-man's-land your cousins have UN property. I'm I'm not sure how that works with residence permits but it's the work is done for the global agency not is a Canadian position. I wonder if I should visit loan in Montreal. It is actually pretty cool interesting. They had like giant meeting rooms with. Yeah the Super Sized Conference space with plush chairs. Everybody's names around the circle and things like that but they're really nice. Space and different countries have donated different things to due to the build out of the space so like Angus Morocco sent artisans over to do tiled wall in one of the rooms and a bunch of different countries donate a different airplanes like giant models to be displayed so the latest is actually Ukrainian donated a as an an one twenty four to twenty eight. I forget which recently on twitter company they showed it by ceremony. And what do they mean for our listeners. What does I kau actually do that? Big meeting rooms and they're really pretty for one. They kind of set helped set some of the regulation air carriers around the world breath like your there is what they call they call them annexes but basically every country. It's not all of them. That have agreed to all of it but you end members you basically agree to the mission statement our Constitution for lack of a better word. I'm sure there's a real word for it. I don't remember what it is. And then over time that can be adjusted and it's adjusted through the issuing of these annexes and so the at exit cover things like accident investigations. That became a big deal with the crash. Sure the missile Shooting down the planet Iran where. I think it's annex nine or thirteen one of them covers how the How different parties are supposed to participate in reacting so says that the country where the incident happened and runs the investigation but that the country manufacturer is supposed to be invited as is a representative of the country of the operator of the airplane and various other parties? So things like that They they and they do a lot of those things. One of the challenges is they are a UN organization and so things move very very slowly. They helped they helped define the CORSI scheme which is the carbon offsets for airplanes That was they meet. They have like one a conference. I think it's every year every other year ear They only governed there. It's thirty six member states that manage That represent the one hundred ninety three countries in the UN. They're only they're only it every third year. So it's a out of. There's some interesting stuff going on there. Catch some some airline The News I guess we call it or I mean it's not really news. I get people already knew this was happening. It's just it's happening faster than we originally thought. Latin is leaving a one world. May I and Royal Air MARACAS joining on April first. Yes was the roller Marach joining supposed to be he on the first of April or was it. People think it'd take longer I don't know I mean I don't know that. They necessarily ever announced a date prior to that so joke. Uh but the but the May I for Latin leaving is a bit surprising because it sooner than everyone thought it would take place yes it has been accelerated definitely. There's some people have seen complaining that they didn't get the full year notice which theoretically is the standard To be honest I haven't read the contract so I don't know. Obviously some people seem to think that a year is normal. I'm all for that sort of change. I'm not sure. Is it trying to southern leaving. Skyteam had full year either. So maybe not but I also I sympathize with people who had previously booked tickets analysis on. Nino aren't going to have their elite benefits or things have changed. They aren't earn points the way they thought they were at the same time. The number of passengers book tickets more than ninety days out is very very small. Aw I don't see a huge impact but I've been a question about what happens if the JV doesn't get approved with that with Delta than Latonya sitting out in the cold wondering Oughta go on. I don't think that's a risk really mean. Maybe maybe not I mean Morris Look what the problem is getting out of control right drastically. They're they're basically creating many monopolies in all these markets and. I think it's only a matter of time that someone figures this out and I think there's been a lot of people suggesting that that's a problem but I haven't seen any actually remained. The closest we came to being rejected was the Qantas American or not the close. It was actually rejected like what four years ago and then last year it was approved after united showed up with Zealand with a bunch of extra competition and people said okay. I got back more recently than that. The Gel Hawaiian had. Jd was rejected by which is ironic. 'cause that's a tiny one compared to something like this at a time. When American retreating from Latin America it actually causes more concern for JV to get approved because the amount of competition is gone down last year? It'll be interesting. I still I still expected. I know that Delta Digest get it's an ex to another two year extension on. It's like on a blanket codeshare with Mexico so the Delta generally speaking hasn't had any problems with its applications lately. I also just selling back at his annex. Thirteen covers aircraft accident investigations. Not In seven thirty seven news the wait sorry can we talk about the lines Iroquois Mark. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Because of how close the timing is on the two members joining leaving thank one interesting. Quirk is that Royal Rock and Lo Tam did not bother negotiated bilateral. So there's no crossover between those two just for one month for the one month if you are a royal marach whatever elite and you show up to fly on the Tam. You don't get the bags. Benefits are allowed access or any of those other things because they're not necessarily good to know what the edge cases take. Yeah I don't know what the odds of someone being unrolling rock and Latin. I mean I guess the if the seven thirty seven news the spirit aerosystems which they make the the fuselages correct They've said they're only going to deliver two hundred sixteen fuselages in twenty twenty twenty for the Max so they'll start production or restart production and come up to two hundred sixteen total in. They don't expect to produce more than fifty two per month. The current rate was fifty two and then they dropped it to forty two. Right after the grounding Boeing did and spirit aerosystems was still producing for fifty two in putting ten aside every month as they did that for nine ten months. And there's like one hundred eleven thirty seven Maxi's largest sitting around and I saw the pictures but they were wrapped in orange. Plastic ended up like dogs. Get better headshot right so Some people thought Sushi Salmon Anyway So those are sitting around also but it's the way I read the announcement was and it's unclear having those are considered delivered or not bite right if those aren't considered if there's are considered deliver they still have to be physically delivered. If they're not consider delivered to Boeing contractually than those could count against the number. I think though that Boeing had originally said they were going to contractually take delivery of damage stored somewhere but either way that means that. In this calendar year Boeing expects to produce at most half the number are of seven thirty seven Maxon that the lines theoretically was supposed to produce this and of course you've got nine months of nine months of eighty percent production backlog to get through right. 'cause they were doing forty two hundred fifty two by so there are still plans to be delivered. But it's not like either Boeing or spirit aerosystems expecting to do new massive Number plays this year and that's challenging not just for those two companies but there's myriad other suppliers to get involved even get drawn into this mess. got a release today from a strong X.. which is one of the bigger supplier companies? You've probably never heard of and they make things a take the passenger service lights and emergency flashlights. And the strobe lights on the wings and things like root for different different things for different airplanes. But they've got some are close to a million dollars worth of hardware on each flight. If I remember correctly one hundred thousand. It's a big number I pulled up. You're talking but they have you know because they have no idea when the systems are gonNA come back online. Ninety five thousand five thousand dollars of hardware line fit on every line plus other things that the airlines majors so you know. They expected to sell say. Say Six hundred of those this year and instead they're gonNA sell two hundred in a four hundred hundred hundred thousand eight forty million dollars. Yeah so it's a lot of money that's being lost. You know I talked to another other vendors. Make somebody satellite radio hardware for are the INFLEC- Nativity stuff and buys the satellite Ronson. Their comment was yes we expected to deliver. Millar were shifting. Our business is this in accelerating the retrofit of other customers airplanes. So they're sort of still buying the same hardware nightmare us ninety percent the same kit. There's minor differences in in wanting included in a box. Took power is now dead but they are still maintaining and you know their suppliers are mostly still maintaining but for others. It's huge an it is. They're still no clear. Path forward for Boeing in. The Max is is that still kind of up in the air. What's going to happen? I think the path forward is belly makes it work that still hasn't been demonstrated as being possible or Now there's they did move. Interestingly they moved a handful of planes from Moses Lake Back to Renton I think recently which one could argue is a good sign but get every time boy everytime Boeing sort of opens their mouth and says we think we have a time line reminds the world that there is no time line. That's awkward but didn't the FAA recently come out and say that might fight sooner than they've been saying the FAA it did say something to that effect was instill hard to get to. I don't know I I understand why they're saying something. They're trying to keep the public informed and keep keep their investors informed so that the stock price maintains which is early has but it's pretty it's pretty questionable to keep saying you know. Just keep revising the timeline. Like that at at Boeing. Instead of saying we are continuing to work towards their safe. Return to the operation of this airplane Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Thank you for your patients like. It's just a shitty answer. No one wants to hear it but it's the answer that's not like offensive to reality but I mean you know they have a much bigger problem even WanNa get certified which is getting people on the planes. It's this kind of outage the more the longer these day. Out of the sky the more tarnish. That brand is mine. I generally tend to agree with the all. The passengers have proven for fifty cents savings. They'll do basically anything they want. And there's the part where the comment from The the CEO The new Guy Gallagher during his recent meeting during those quarterly earnings where he said quote. I'M NOT GONNA mark out of this so all the Max's will be going doing. Florida Routes Trans Man Trans of New York City. JFK A guy in San Francisco is a pretty competitive route. But WHO's thirty seven's on those at this point Alaska United. We'll be soon really. Oh Yeah but there's some fleet of lifelock seats but those are still a few years away. Aren't they sure they getting longer with each passing month service but it exactly on let's acceler will isn't that. Isn't that kind of like the outstanding question. All right Alaska's position where they have virgins old eighty twenty one orders and they have their Max orders in they could at this point switch switched out and make it all Airbus orders if they wanted to. Isn't that something that the other airlines have the option to do as well there are. I mean in theory three yes. There's you're GONNA run into challenges about delivery timing and slots like when can you actually get a new three. Twenty one years out are the. And to be fair. Boeing similar challenge depending on when they get back into service back into production back into deliveries. By the longer Boeing stays off line with the production. The more pressure on both sides. It's market this is not necessarily a great news for Airbus also raises questions on what the certification process is going to look like went out well while For you know the market in the Northwest Pacific Northwestern States there was a new airport paine field that opened up in. What was it a year ago now? and united announced they were GONNA fly to to paint field from San Francisco and Denver and recently yesterday announced they will be killing ruling that route off the San Francisco the San Francisco. They'll be leaving Denver the killing off same That's a strange turn of events. You you I mean if I gave up the newer saying you posted some route numbers like a traffic much loads were and it was not good right. Yeah it was very not a good. I'm out the first couple of months rather than like the thirties and forties retain. Then he got up to like seventy but the yields were still bad. And that's only got us through. I think doc July or August maybe and then I don't have the dot data doesn't exist yet. At least I have access to for more recent months so and as a percentage quote. Are you quoting yeah okay. Sorry percentages Not Total number passengers So yeah it's the route hasn't done well it's been delayed. Allot allot which San Francisco. It's been delayed more than the Alaska Airlines two dailies. They also go to San Francisco. So there's clearly some impact in terms of prioritization. Tation such with united and then it was. I don't know there's a lot of it was delayed more. I didn't see cancellation numbers at inject those but also People weren't paying as much before paying on average from what I can see twenty dollars less defy united than Alaska so Alaska ended up with two thirds of the market united about one third best. Let's see if you if there's only one operator or just fewer flights total than it probably would actually meet the demand for the market but Obviously neither airline necessarily wanted to give up up with SEATAC saturated. Why weren't they more successful? Most of Seattle doesn't live north of Seattle. But there will be well. I think I think for I think for the reality is Alaska has a foothold in Seattle. It's all point of sale based trek child situation. And so when you're selling tickets out of the Seattle market that's who knows about Everett people for the most part in San Francisco or somewhere connecting through San Francisco are going to say. Oh I want to fly ever want to fly to Seattle and actually I don't know if when you do a generic Seattle airport search if it shows up with both I if you Boston Austin Portsmouth shows up some time which is should take a lesson for Manchester Boston. North was actually. Yeah if you do Seattle. There is no all all Seattle all airports. There's There yeah it's interesting you don't you have to put in Everett and see the Alaska sells it as both Google. Flights doesn't it's like putting I put Boston and on Google flights There used to be all airports and he used to have the doesn't oh I know I Aw it did. When frontier operated Portsmith because frontier was in GTS platforms but elite has not so it changes the way those behave so in the nearby airports thing there are some options depending on the interface. But it's there's not great choices Napoleon field Boeing Paine field on Google play shows up just after Portland. So it's you know and the other thing is a lot of people. Don't know about Everett in the area If you're if you're not if you're not familiar with the geography of Seattle it is more convenient if you're going anywhere. North of say shoreline. Anything like that. So Ballard anything anything of North Seattle much closer but I don't think many people realize that when they're booking says no mass transit no mass and is fewer frequency. So there's good and bad. I mean it's a gorgeous I fill out on. The opening day is great but only twenty minutes capped at twenty four flights a day. Alaska owns nineteen of those slots. Right now united has the other five is giving three of them all so those go to nothing I've seen you wouldn't redwing be like practical to go to pain. Yeah that's me. There's a lot of stuff I mean. There's a lot of people in Redmond right so you'd think it'd be a little more successful but at that earlier point that those people probably fine Alaska or successful where those people going to Tokyo. Why why would they fly five? Paints San Francisco are paying La Tokyo instead of going SEATAC. Tokyo rent renovated pain. It's a pain in the attic. It's either one really. I remember from SEATAC. I went to Microsoft colleges out there decade ago. When you know traffic was much better? are not nearly as bad and it was still pain in the ASS. But I mean you know and it's been awesome into Seattle but I imagine Redman to pain is less stressful than Redmond to SEATAC slightly better Our of wanting to kill yourself. You're going thirty miles an hour than stopping for five minutes at a time. You basically get to go around Lake Washington instead of going going either the south side of it or over it into downtown so I guess that's okay is still not a close drive. I think I think it has a lot to do with people being if you're from northern and I think this is where it lasts marketed. Better if you're if you live northern Seattle and you need to travel to Others Alaska Destinations San Diego Portland San Francisco Phoenix etc.. It's a better alternative for your own windy if if he goes somewhere else. That's probably not is pain distance restricted. I don't think so I yes it's only seventy five flying but I don't don't remember that being a requirement took they do Chicago. I believe so because that would be something. We're not competing with Alaska right and it might be enough they show. Yeah uh no pain charter flight. There's a Seattle Detroit's I know but pain is. I mean I guess you just hop on Dream lifter that goes back and forth today a couple times a week to What else we got Airbus's speaking of Airlines James Airliners Airbus has hit a settlement in their bribery scandal An AirAsia was implicated in this. What's the full story herself? I didn't realize this was even going on It turns out that paying money to people as illegal to get them by your products and more awkward when their government officials but In the case of Ram the overall number right now is roughly four billion dollars would be is the penalty. Airbus is going to have to pay and they seem. I'm pretty happy with that number. Which is awesome considering that one of the numbers floated at one? Point was as much as two hundred billion dollars viability so for as much better than that while but it's still a huge stomachache and the Air Asia One specifically has to do with in the early twenty tens like around twenty twelve and thirteen. The airline was negotiating for one of his rounds of new airplanes and one hundred eighty eight three thirty Nieto's in three twenty Niaz. Yes I think is what impact is what the accusation suggests and right around the same time Airbus also paid fifty million dollars to sponsor the Formula One team Owned by Tony Fernandez. And His Co. is the chairman he's the CEO and the chairman. WHO's GonNa Boil Din Din didn't Meriden So yeah both of them went together on a Formula One team Airbus pumped fifty million dollars in sponsorship into it and then a year later area area should decided to buy those planes even if it wasn't really bribery and inappropriate. It sure looks like it. who gets us? Four billion dollars regular I count it's like the competition and the severe financial crimes office or something like that in the UK there's a US us part and the bulk of it is a France. I mean France. I must be Pune yourself in the foot given that Airbus. Oh important to the economy. Yeah but I think there's also the assumption is that still not gonNA break things. I mean Wa wait the the real estate part was just specific. Air Asia's that As they've been named in that Malaysian authorities are also investigating and pulling data from the UK. Folks The the two Gentlemen Fernandez Marron have stepped aside side. So Tony Fernandez is not running airasia right now for the first time since like two thousand something when it's a temporary reassignment bite. He is for two months. The two of them have stepped out of their roles although remain available unconcealed I'm for consultative resistance as deemed appropriate by others in the company. That's interesting situation. And that's four billion dollars a tonne. Yeah and not nearly as bad as screwing up the flight controls on airplane and having the grounded for a year but that's only a few hundred people along the way that's the other thing to consider is we know the area should folks. It has been suggested that other many other countries and airlines are also implicated in. So how much of that will trickle down as well remaining but it may be this. May this is likely likely to get bigger before it gets smaller. So I mean I mean could you could you. Could you argue. Or could you see Boeing arguing. Look we rush the development of the Max because because all these Airbus planes were being sold and we wanted to keep up and yet here we find out. Airbus wasn't playing fair and was essentially bribing people to buy their airplanes while we were trying to make an honest buck even though we did our own type of bribery and had the plan approved before it should have been approved and played inside baseball with the FAA and stuff like. Let's say it's Airbus's fault that they screwed up so badly. Yeah could you see them playing that that angle. It's it's possible but I can't imagine that would be a good angle to play. Yeah Yup Anyway. It'd be interesting to see which other carriers get implicated like domestically Delta American possibly frontier or indigo partners right because they are frontier who else their spirit and there are a number of others not spirit but uh but depending on how far back this goes so might be relevant to spirit. Yeah it was frontier Whiz Vida Airbus in something further south. They are the ones that there was Norwegian Argentina Butterfly Smart. But I mean if you look at the ones that have gone all Airbus. In the last few years I suspect those would be suspected. Ones interest. the a union. The canucks has reached a tentative agreement with one. Is that true. Yeah the in-principle they're still finalizing language debts And basically I mean the numbers I saw initially usually were massive it was To like by significant signing bonus Pretty big raises and other aspects along the way. They're still have it here. Yeah thirty thousand covers thirty thousand workers and the documents. It was a a four point. Two billion dollar contract covers mechanics services maintenance control maintenance training and MLS stores in. This will be you think this will cut into the work. Stoppage stuff that lewd out and downs that we've seen if nothing else. I hope it puts an end to the guy's going out of their way to actively sabotage. Airplanes Yeah Stars another only the one the yeah. I think this helps a lot on that front It's it's hard to tell sometimes like if that really is just a few people who are bitter are they gonNA necessarily be happy. Are they still bitter. And if they think they can keep getting away with it. Maybe it's just fun on you but yeah there's a lot of. There's a lot of money going into this one best. I can tell the unions very well on one interesting thing some data I saw the American shared internally maybe sort of fish That like that they are operational. Reliability in the second half of January has been spectacular And like the numbers. I'm seeing is that from January nineteenth twenty-ninth Only fifty cancellations on mainline primarily related eighteen weather and six thousand sixty one hundred flights on January twenty ninth across both mainline and regional with zero cancellations Sin Things get better. Yeah now obviously. The China cancellations are GonNa way on that although there's only six a day to for L. each way six day I guess Sexy each way. Yeah so like those are going to be some things but they seem to be. Maybe turning a corner operationally left to see if it's a Trinh's circuited something they can hold right. I mean Delta had bursts like this and then started smooth in the car and made it. I just a regular thing bite but it's also unclear if they're playing a delta delayed eighteen hours or not I can I can already hear phases response to fluke. The the only thing that has been unseasonably warm winter across the entire our system right so they had that going for them because the reality is new airline can have no delays January under normal circumstance cancels nor cancel. Excuse me for what it's worth. I had three American. Flights January operated sufficiently closed down. Didn't notice but I mean so. They're over one hurdle with mechanics but now the other unions are now wanting new agreements to and this is a horrible time to negotiate new agreements from an airlines perspective desserts peak. Yes right Probably not that far from an economic downturn most of these gains will probably get retreated anyways. I think we have one last plan story that I want talk about something else But the last story is the twenty variant. The Dash three hundred version is going to be. Heavier can have a heavier Max takeoff weight by about about two tons. It's one point eight Difference and then it's GONNA be able to fly with that weight difference. Four hundred fifty nautical miles further. The three hundred hundred is expected to. You're get so they're gonNA make the maximum takeoff weight of the Dash. One hundred larger as well. Is that what you're saying. Yes that's I mean. That's an interesting turn your now. What two hundred two thousand in two thousand? Five hundred nautical mile range. Is that ex lawyer that I was yes because there are three hundred series can do. They flew the three hundred series in a all business configuration from London City to JFK. On Trent you let's see here The three hundred to three hundred has its thirty. Five hundred nautical miles And then on the three hundred thirty eight hundred on two on one hundred maybe how long before Using these transplants. If you believe the David Neil Men's plan not very I'm fine to three big. I thought it was perfectly comfortable on Swiss. I wouldn't mind I mean. Come on medicine you got a flat beds in it and and and not all of the Trans Conrad's flatbeds interest rates are just go but you have a ton of market Seattle Portland Vancouver ask Blue Seattle incentive or transplant markets. Are they from. Oh Yeah I mean. They're the they're not. They're not good markets that I was actually talking with one employee the other day. And someone's like I don't ever get to fly Miffed empty even though it looks so awesome this southern California. The employee and I both looked at the person and said San Diego at the same time. 'cause they're based in Orange County and the fares out San Diego can be close to the economy fares if you book in advance and get some things writing because the economy is that of LAX. I mean I I wouldn't mind seeing the two twenty on on Mid Continent along mid con. It wouldn't be that bad you know we liked the he wants seventy five right. Beats the hell out of a CR. J Two two hundred I think the the seventy-fives for regional flights I mean I was doing Seattle Milwaukee on the seventy five that's almost pushing for hours. You're also glutton for punishment you gotta be you gotta be man and also. I guess I'm not allowed to talk based comfortable for. That's where we're drawing. I'm probably probably just fight a Chicago and drive from there. I did that a few times because united cancelled my connecting CR to flip the last the thing I want to talk about. It's something I sent you guys. It's this airworthiness directive for seven thirty seven And it's for the next Gen so that includes the six dash six hundred seven hundred hundred. Let's see eight hundred nine hundred nine hundred dollars. there's this ad this airworthiness directive came out December twenty seventh and they asked for comments by Eh next Monday of twenty. It basically says that a runway certain runways with a two hundred and fifty two hundred seventy degree true heading When it selected an instrument approach it blacks out all of the FOMC display units on the seven? Thirty seven. Look a pretty bad bug. Look you have to say I mean how. How is that not something that gets tested? You Not Chuck all I don't I don't know it doesn't say exactly exactly what's causing it. They they say there is some code that they found is the issue. Look at the list of airport. None of them or anything close to a major. What are the airports issue home? Barrow Barrow Alaska. which I think it's seven thirty seven cargo every now and then you get to seven thirty seven seven hundred with Israel Service for Alaska? Yeah yeah so like half is not notice has Alaska that every time they do they only land on the ninth not the twenty seven. I think it depends. Yeah it could also be particular to a level of code that they may have upgraded could be right they might not have been in a previous version than they update. Fomc let's see here the other one is there's a few others Sir Pine Buff Bluffs Wyoming. which doesn't actually have it's not A? It's not a not a K.. Designated airfield it's yeah like a And then there's Wayne County Ohio Chippewa County Michigan Cavern City New Mexico. La Nina Columbia and Cheddi Jagan in Georgetown. Guyana see what guy so relatively low frequency of usage but I would have thought the barrel would've triggered this so I I know that from Wyoming Georgetown in Ghana like eleven works at the airport. Yeah it's the it's the I mean. I would have thought that one would have done it unless they just approach from the south going north in west. Twenty seven to nine twenty seven. Should I land on that runway. Then seven thirty seven I think or does dealt apply some fifty down there or did maybe it was fifty seven when I think what throws people people off his right. This is true heading. This isn't the magnetic heading of not every runway twenty seven. Yeah it's like in Georgetown. It's one to four but the true heading of it is to seven right right so wait what I mean. Don't they just change the numbers after a while when things start to drift that much I don't I don't know I mean that could also be part of it. They're supposed to because they did at Orange County. Yeah they do. I mean they changed. They changed every down. Like you should make so it could be part of it I'm looking I'm going to try and pull up a barrel here in a second. Take a look at another A due east West runway definitely in It's it's the short runway. Is that you do east west London. Jonah probably part of why Yup and I I think that it's it. It probably doesn't come up because they approach coach from over the water at Barrow which would be facing east. I think that's the normal approach based on reading. So you know. Maybe maybe they had had a westerly approaching. It came up. I don't know but I know that reading it. There's been a few barrel was pointed out as being where this come up multiple. It does look like it's runway. twenty-nine not twenty four but twenty-nine arch twenty seven twenty nine in In Georgetown Twenty four and that is the one that is typically used. But that's not the east West runway. Okay Gotcha twenty nine and it's just the most I posted on twitter. I said this is the most random bug. Because it's you have to have it selected as the runway that arrive on as an instrument approach. EMC and you have to be on approach to that runway and then this happens outside the code recognized that you are in fact going where you said going on the downside of decide to should. It's when you do that so hopefully this gets fixed soon. Yeah Oh man. Dan Awesome anything else. Almost makes me feel better about how billing manuscript the maximum much but not really. Yeah unfortunately not oh man well guys I think that's a show To our listeners. You can find us on twitter at. That's lines more dots. molins Dot Com Lee comment. Tweet us from you did anything you'd Mike talk about. We love to do that next time. Happy travels take care.

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DLD 229: Adding up some shutdown costs

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DLD 229: Adding up some shutdown costs

"Uh? You're listening to dots lines and destinations travel podcast with host Stephen Seagraves, vase moon and said Miller. Welcome to episode two hundred twenty nine of dots lines in the nation's. I'm since he graves and today and Seth are with me. Hey, guys, full house. Yeah. Back frame back from the Zog riba grave. I guess we had a stunt doubling your place. I see I. I I named Joe is terribly confusing. Yeah. And his name is Steve as well. Well, it sounds like you guys had an uneventful trip. At least I got to catch up on my sleep. That was that bad. It was doubling times go then he was very slow town. Okay. Well, then falls next year. You get to pick the location. Okay. Okay. And it can't be London. I wouldn't pick one. You never know. Well, we almost had Scotland this year. That's true. Okay. Do Scott Scott. Could just. At least point Scotland, you know, all you're going to do is see gloomy weather and drink that's net. Mean that yet? You're just prepared. It's like being important Jaclyn, you're mentally prepared for it. Yeah. I was pretty Zog up to the promise. They had shitty. Beer, wasn't really that bad. It was near scene was not nearly as good as I had hoped. I would actually go so far as say the alcohol scene. Most places you went only had Croatian alcohol. Oh, okay. Well, makes me it makes me like long for the days of Vilnius. Yes. Vilnius was a great trip. Yeah. Maybe we should just go back can we repeat destinations? I mean, we could also go back and repeat Salzburg. That was a great. For some people. But for us. It was great. We had a great. Yeah. Let's talk about Airbus. They're a to twenty has been delayed. Seth you are set to be on the dog role. Right. It's more delta than Airbus. But yeah. Yeah. Oh, delta. Yeah. Yeah. They were gonna take delivery and have their inaugural flight with a two twenty and that's been delayed. What a week. So right now, the deltas taken four I think deliveries in they're working through that AA certification for getting them. Authorized for passenger service and with the government shutdown. There was no one able to do that certification work. So they were talking and working and worrying and wondering and eventually finally late last week decided to postpone the inaugural. I think the official news came down Friday a week in advance so inaugural thirty first when the show comes out broadly. And instead they've postponed it a week and are hoping that that works better interesting. And now the now that the government is temporarily somewhat open, do you think it's there's a there's a chance that it goes off? Yeah. I actually do think it will. It was the. They will be able to get the inspection flights completed. They were moving pretty quickly all things considered. They were actually making progress. Even with the shutdown though. Now that they've got some people are more people back in business. They should be able to get it done that part. I think is gonna probably go pretty well. But and we're mostly guaranteed not another shut down for a couple of weeks. Right. I mean, the continuing resolutions in place. So we we should be able to get through that. You know, there's there's also the Alaska Everett field Paine field, ever, whatever we're calling that new service that was delayed for similar reasons. They're so they were so waiting for government approval. They push there's three weeks not just one. So that was even worse. And then there was southwest is still waiting to do some of its tops work and in their earnings call last week, they were saying that maybe if things got moving very very very quickly they might be able to possibly get. flights loaded for March in spring break. But that seemed unlikely and you know. We'll have to see where that goes. They said that in their armies call. And then the next day was when the agreement was reached. So who knows if that's gonna give that counts as quickly enough to get everything else done? But that's that's where they stood. I would assume that you know, the other things that were being talked about they were just some random new delivery aircraft. That were waiting for induction in such American said, they had a couple of grounded and some other things. So I would assume it those get processed pretty quickly as well. Now that the shutdown is over, but for like aircraft inductions is that because the delayed do tune. You know, the government needs to sign off on the inductions is there like some kind of inspection progress or what I have no idea. I maybe it's just maybe the simple getting the registration like paperwork filed. Yeah. That would be my guess is just a registration process. Yeah. I mean, it shouldn't be it shouldn't be anything like are about like, oh every new airplane needs of breakdown by the FAA inspector to come through it. I don't think that's the case. Yeah. Very very interesting stuff. I I'm wondering with Alaska and Paine field. Can they get that process taking care of? I mean, I'm sure they're doing stuff in the background to get to get Everett ready as far as gates and all that stuff. But then can they be ready to just launch a flight and go and with it being open? Does that mean that, you know, say United who's gonna start a San Francisco flight, right? Will that will they be ready? If approved or do they have to go through the same process. The Everett issue was regulatory for the airport, not free ginger airlines. So when it is done whoever wants to can start. Gotcha. In this case, though, I think part of the challenge was trying to figure out when they were going to be. Able to do it and Alaska, you know, it's it's a big deal. It's not necessarily super critical for them operationally. So they wanna make sure that you get himself a buffer make sure they had the timing. Right. And so with the uncertainty they pushed back three four weeks. Okay. Gotcha end. So I don't I don't think United was planning on starting it in March. I don't remember when they were planning on starting off top. So I'm giving that rat. I don't think somehow United's gonna magically swoop in and like jump ahead of Alaska. Yeah. Yeah. Good stuff, and you're gonna be you're going to be at both. Right. You're going to be at Everett end five AM. That's not to get into. Have all of them every book both sets of flights to make that happen. So. Real real inaugural in the last rather than the fake one. Not on the fake ones though. Okay. Because that's what I really bought and they long story on the fake one. United is scheduled to start Everett on March thirty first. So they've still got a couple of weeks after a lap aren't plan. And I don't know what's funny about that. One. Is it was ready to go with twelve flights a day that everything signed? And then when they decided to jump bumping up to twenty four flights a day, they had to redo some of the paperwork, and that's what got stuck. So ever pays to be productive? Something like Iraq Crecy. So, you know, on on that note, we're talking about inaugurals and things you you mentioned before the call that you wanted to talk about just the investor call with AA and just confidence there because it sounds like there's a little bit of lack of confidence with Alaska and paying field and delta in there to twenty just trying to get these things worked out, but is a as lack of confidence broader in your opinion. I think so over the years I've listened to any number of investor calls across many different industries and one of the things about investor calls. You wanna exude confidence you're constrained with what you can save at least the tone needs to be a confident tone. And was really surprising is the the it was the first time I've listened the call, and I listened to it this last week, and there was very little confidence from all the executives just in their tone. And you could tell you can tell when you listen to someone talk you can. If they're confident about what they're saying or not, and it was really interesting as you listen, you know, to Parker talking about his thinking the staff and the employee's was an afterthought. Whereas everyone else who spoke. It was the first thing they said Parker said like halfway through the call when he was talking again. That's pricing. Yeah. I mean, you can see where his focus is. But all of them. If you go back, and listen, there's just no tone of conference. The only person who exude any confidence was the VP of investor relations which thank goodness, right. Yeah. Exactly. You want your, you know, your executives are like the face of the company, and if they can't exude conference, you know, American stock is getting battered a lot of the investment is already skeptical of them. And if you can't exude conference on your own investor call then you're going to be a world of hurt. It's interesting. You know, it's interesting to me to hear you say this is the first time he listened to the call. I was unable to listen to it this time kinda plan. I think, but it was Parker usually sounds like board disconnected during the call. So if that's what you're getting out of it. I'm not sure that's news so much as just Parker. He hates these calls. Like, he doesn't think there should exist. Doesn't think that he should have to do them thinks that trying to hit quarterly numbers stupid and people look at bigger picture type stuff. And is that he's constantly battling trying to build a real company in the confines of having to deliver quarterly. So that's he is probably not wrong about that. But also like the shade. It's your job. Right. Well, and it's funny. You bring that up to one point there, forget what the exam. Choice. But they've started reporting something that they haven't in the last year because the other line started doing it any basically started to go. You heard him almost cursor tell off the how they were forced to do it and his tongue as he was about to say it, but it was clear that he's not happy about it. But like if you don't wanna do this. Why are you in this role? Wait, the like you said this is part of your job. He's waiting for that golden parachute, my friend. I don't think he's going to get. I think he's a risk of getting fired thinks with where their stock is. And the way the companies performing. Yeah. Yeah. Interesting stuff. And with investors be a has kind of given up on Norwegian, haven't they? They say they're going to sell their shares in Norwegian and move on. They're not going to consider buying them. Or what's what's the deal there? I think they just couldn't come to terms. Yeah. Yeah. Norwegian kept thinking that their companies worth more than we wanted to pack. So yeah, now, which is good for us as customers. I I have a question Seth. I mean you Norwegian you flown before. But you actually had a chance on the way back from soccer before. Wow. Yeah. Which is slowly dying. Right. They have considerably contracted in the last couple months. It's fair state. Yes. I would just like to say that it's almost been a week. And they haven't folded since I was on board yet. My reputation precedes me did. So I mean, how was it? You know? It's was fine. I was I. Wow. The by the service now, it was I see what you did relatively. Yeah. There's actually I made that up, you know, made that I'm certainly not. I I make a joke. I've used that as the caption like one of my Twitter, pictures or something. But in their survey, Email subject line is did we while you did you not subtle reply with one word? No, I have not yet. My survey do that. It's it was surprising to me standing in the gate area in Copenhagen a hard stand at Copenhagen's or didn't even realize there were bus gates. But I found it eventually and everybody standing around, you know, people are some probably first time traveler, some probably first time Elsie travelers, but I watched at least five people get sent to pay for carry on bags at the gate. I was within the first ten people getting on onboard for some people through the gates down to the way the holding area. So that was surprising to me just how many people. Missed though missed the memo on you're gonna get screwed. It was one hundred bucks at the gate or carrying bag. So that was surprising me how many people got hit by that. But it's something that happened. You know on board I had paid for the extra legroom seats, but not the extra extra legroom. Also, not the I forgot they a big front seat product also premium not to into of three by three I didn't pay for those. But I paid for basically just a little bit of legroom that got me the equivalent of a normal economy classy. So if you want on any I mostly other carriers for long-haul, which is to say about thirty one thirty two inches. You want more than that? There is if you don't want that you get a tiny tiny space, it was stupidly cheap though. So, you know, in some ways, it's easy to understand that I also got my own row because no Nelson paid for those seats on the Copenhagen Catholic. So this is one of my sort of Elsie things is traveling with someone else. By three seats for two people will buy the extra legroom, if I'm on my own, and you know, you have a better chance of someone not sitting next to you. And yes, the legroom matters, but having an empty seat next to you, especially these days, which when it's so rare really does affect my comfort on board. So that makes a difference to me does do they let you buy? Let's say these these upgraded seats across the entire connecting segments. Or is it segment by segment you have to do this segment by segment, and I did in their different prices for the shorter and longer segments North America to ice LaTour from Iceland is a different prices scheduled in Iceland to and from Europe UK, probably to other European destinations. So it does sort of slide around like that their upgrade bidding has different minimums that you can do I think I complained on our last episode that I had been for an upgraded didn't get it. But the seats were still available which was weird to me. It turns out though, that they did end up selling those seats. So I guess whoever they decided that my bid was too low, and but other people end up paying more in sort of see selection process to buy them. I also just separately on that note of I looked maybe I'll just bide outright since they didn't take my bid bid fifty and they wanted and they were charging a hundred check in they not only charging hundred but there's a fee to change your seat if you pre-selected a seat, so he pre-selected it. And then wanted to change it at check in. You gotta pay. Yes. There's like an extra seats election fake. Oh, man. Are you talking about airlines like creative about coming up with things to find ways to charge you extra to fly? Give these guys some credits. They made shit up. Never even thought of. No it strikes. Me strikes me as a little bit of. It's kind of funny because I hear people talk about the legacy carriers, and they're like, oh, I can't believe they're charging me to check a bag or whatever you guys go fly. Wow. Air, I guess 'cause they're charging to change your seat after you selected one. Yeah. That that was a very surprising fee for to me. But you know, I had I had the road myself on the first night. I had me and one other guy on the second flight I'd say the load factor for probably like sixty percent in eighty percent for the two segments. And you know, it was it was fine. It was relatively bought meals. I prepaid for my meals. So I had chicken noodle thing on one. And I had the pizza on the other. I got a kick out of the fact that pizza is advertised in the magazine onboard is like we've been told it's decent for airplane food. That's that was the best. They could come up with in their advertising, marketing collateral. Also, it's accurate. It was basically just decent for airline food so slightly this appointing on that front, but I don't know it was. It. Honestly, I was fine. Like on the food thing on the first flight the flight hints Cameron asked me if I wanted to buy anything. I'm like, I'm pretty sure I pre-ordered something like, oh, we'll have to check on the second flight. The guy came up to me proactive and said, Mr Miller, we see that you preorder the pizza. Do you want it now or do you wanna wait? I can wait just tell us anytime and take fifty minutes, but will heat it up for you. So that one I tried to delay a little bit too tiny better sorted for just in my time zones back to, you know, east coast time on the trip, but it was really interesting that difference in what they're willing to do. And just, you know, the variety of what you get on an airline with flight attendant service is always going to be something. Interesting to me what serve like, how do you think the service was overall friendly or wasn't can flip into nonchalant or or what? Friendly enough. I think the second crew was a little friendlier than I just, you know, for whatever reason, but they all I mean, they got done it. No one was like rude or GRA for abrupt or anything like that. But it wasn't certainly wasn't special. Didn't feel like you know, I think my primary crew was a little better when I did them. They were sort of seen much happier and more excited about being service. Little did they know they'd be out of business unemployed like two weeks later. So. Maybe at our already sort of figuring that that's coming in, you know, Milam quite motivated. I dunno. Wow. Has another week or so. No, you know, if the interesting thing about that is going to be if the money from middle. Indigo comes through. They're supposedly trying to buy just under half the company which lines up with where the rules are about who can do foreign ownership and see if that happens. I mean, the the bonds and getting some of that stuff refinanced remains the big issue. And until that happens, that's all hypothetical, and I don't know who's really put in the money in right now to keep it running while they're trying to figure that out, but this old a couple planes that move some things around like they're they're trying. But it'll be interesting to say I mean in the meantime, indigo isn't slowing down there also launching another airline in Canada. So which I forget the name of now, but yet another ultra low cost carrier wants to run operations in Canada. So transport are doing the same stuff at the that swoop end Weber newly f- was one in but. Yeah. So there's a lot going on there. You know, they're into staying busy, certainly. But I I'll be a little surprised that transaction finalizes. Just because of the way the bonds are set up. There's the folks who made these investments are going to have to take a haircut one way or another. I guess so it's a matter of how confident they are. And how much do they take in where it's an interesting thing with the way in indigo manages all these different a rejoined. The question is long term future airlines really hedge funds holding onto all these little pockets and diversifying across multiple carriers. Just like every other industry. Yeah. I don't know if I like it. I mean, are they good managers of airlines or are they just simply good at diversifying to keep airline to float. I mean, it's because of them that we William Frankie is one of the key people there, it's because of him that we have doogie and Kirby. Anyway, it was. Well, great. No. Was it fine. Yes. Certainly for the price. I paid. It was more than acceptable paid base was under two hundred dollars on what it's pretty awesome. Yeah. So interesting route information this just in did the did the Twitter's are reporting that certificate Clark wants to add a new route to New York from Humber great. Yeah. So emerets Hamburg to to JFK, I'm guessing. Does not specify. But let's assume that's probably right. I mean, they have case service emit service from Dubai to Hungary. So kinda makes sense to continue using that slot 'cause they're restricted right? Like on how many slots they have in Germany. Is it restricted on total operations or like in and out just between Germany Dubai that? I don't I don't remember. I can look real quick. I mean, it'd be great. I mean, there's only one hundred service at this point of New York area. And it's only seasonal and on the seven five. Yeah. Yeah. Let me see here. But they're sort of a reason for that right in theory in theory. But I mean, how beautiful city, and I don't know how you can't sustain more service to an industrial city as well. Huge shipping. Operation has got an Airbus factory their final semi line and a bunch of other associated operations nearby. It's an easier to connective as well. Yeah. So I think it might just be that they're restricted to which airports, they conserve their limited to four Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich Dusseldorf, and so two to they've they've wanted to fly into linens guard, but to do that they would have to give up. Vote to airports to where in Berlin. Would they go they go they'd go to Teagle? Let's get access to the number. Lynn when finally opens has that Teagle with an eighty, and it'll take as the the thing, and you know, they don't block all the other gates while it's. Oh, man. The backup on the roadways for people coming into pick people up and drop the wing would overhang. Most. Oh, man, brother. So I took my brother Berlin effort, he was kind of dumbfounded. He's like is this just like they just cobbled together like a bunch of separate terminals and with hallways and call it an airport is like pretty much. Yeah. That's what happened here. Yeah. Pretty good analysis. That's. I will say the Teal's actually growing on me. It is like easy to get in and out of. I wish they had better public transit. I wish it wasn't a bus because the bus can be a pain in the ass. A great agreed. But other than that. Yeah. I don't mind it. I I think that the funniest part is like the random stairs in the middle of a hallway. And you're like what what is this polite? Wiser to stairs. Just right here. Have just learned that you just don't go Teagle like too early, right? Like most airports, you don't need to get there. Two hours before. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. But anyway, the other thing about that news. If that service comes back that would be interesting to me as this seems like the EMMY three the Middle East Airlines are still trying to piss off in Ranko, you know, rile up the US carriers with these fifth freedom services. That will be interesting to me how much of a fight. Did. I get on if they try to launch that right supposedly there was a gentlemen's agreement not to launch new routes, but the US carriers claim that they got one because they got this concession that. They're not gonna start new route the EMMY starting around like now on what you're talking about. But yeah, if you wanna win politically go for it, go out. We don't really care what you say because we just gonna play by the rules are. But here's the thing that I don't understand on one side. They don't wanna find these and you'll working somewhere thing with Mexico Barcelona. Same exact thing where era Mexico's want to emerge. Got permission fight and AmEx comes out a few days later saying we're gonna now finace, but you guys don't wanna fight to begin with. So why do you even care? You've already said it's not profitable. And I too and the other thing I would say I don't think the US cars demographic job politically after having that quote unquote, win with the way they've also been bad mouthing the Middle East carriers at the same time. I agree. I think it's like Hamburg United has clearly said, hey, we can't make this work at least year round. So why would you care if emits tries and fails? Yeah. And I mean, and, you know, United the same thing about Athens, but Emmerson still been able to keep out a float. So it's clearly surviving and United neck. Neck. You know, United and US they're going to argue the only reason they're viable is because they underpay and don't have to worry about profits are subsidized, and blah, blah, blah, and it's not fair competition. But the reporting the numbers you can see if they're how they're doing. I just I just reporting the news I understand. You can't use that argument anymore at this point is though is what I'm saying. I agree. Yeah. It's strange. It's to be the reason that they'll fight it still and say, you know, that United or what I was gonna say like, you know, the nonstop flight affects them is. Because they do have connecting services that make it work. Right. Okay. So we'll United Left tons. I can't make that work year round as JV partners than they should have. No complaints. I hear what you're saying. And I and I understood what you're saying. But the reality is lefty has base of customers there. And if they can't make it work as JV as JV partners. That's a different problem. Well, I feel like I feel like lasagna has issues just general with some of these outstation airports, where they feel like, you know, you're just gonna funnel everybody through Munich or Frankfurt, and you know, not care about anything else. Well, it's, you know, it's funny Teagle Hamburg Stupar. Somebody's airports actually, have you know, lefty has hubris about well, they're, you know, they're serving the German market, they'll just through Frankford Munich, but you can actually find some pretty decent fares out of the premium cabin fares on the for from those airports on a an Air France Kayla, 'cause you know from a customer standpoint, if I'm gonna connect anyways, why why does it matter? I'm going to connect. I think lefties leaving doing themselves disservice leaving money on the table. But that's what haven't spoke network does. You can't have. I mean. Yes, Hamburg is a huge city. But like, you can't have long haul service everywhere. Oh, no, that's fine. But there also Rick you can charge a premium if you're offering a nonstop service. But when you're when you're only offering a connecting service. You can't still charge a premium. Yeah. Talking about you know, I don't want to derail the conversation. But I think like when you talk about some of these off off routes, you know, these one off routes Ethiopian announced they're going to cancel L A may continuing on to Addis, which I think is also another one of these places where they couldn't make it work. Now the rumor is they're gonna move that service to Houston, potentially. And they they filed I think for the route a thorny on Houston Accra Ghana. So maybe it's gonna be Houston opera Addis. I don't know. But it, you know, some of these routes later one that seven eighty seven was promised to be this low cost thin route savior, and it feels like even then some of these routes in newer Combrick isn't far it's not long, right? It's not along route. And during the winter, it's really short. But what wonder actually it's really long the. Yeah. Yeah. But you know, they just can't make it work. And then you look at the open, and you say. We'll I would think a connecting service and low may would make it from LA where his large Theun popular. Yeah. It was only can one direction for the other stuff. Yeah. For right. The sky flights in and out of low may really only lined up one time. The like, I think it was westbound the connections working eastbound you had overnight. So it wasn't perfect. But yes, the seven has made a ton of long thin routes successfully operate than successful relative term debate. How successful region's been with all of its new routes and such. But there certainly some that are working, but not all are gonna work like low Mehta autists even are not LA to Addis even non stop was like eighteen hours. It's a terribly long trip. So that's why I had to put a stop somewhere. Like, maybe there are some markets that are still just a little too thin. I think if you look at Houston, and you can find a way to connect some of the oil and gas traffic, maybe that gives them a chance. But that would be a more that would probably Lago not Ghana not Lomax. I don't know. Maybe they still use one of those two, and you know, in find a way to shuttle people around with some local stuff. Yeah. Yep. I thought that was interesting, you know, as far as about Hamburg. I thought the Ethiopian is interesting stuff. So. Well, I mean Ron about failing long short or long ten routes. Norwegian actually, cancelling its Newark Paris. So as recent shake-ups, it's been doing, you know, I didn't have everything. Yeah. I actually didn't realize how late of the Norwegian flights left Newark to go. You're very, yeah. Like, ten o'clock eleven o'clock to Barscelona Bank, which is actually kinda nice. If you wanna leave superlight, some I like those times have work, and if you don't have to be there for work in the morning, I think it's great. You have a better chance of your hotel room being available to get there. At like, you know, you land at ten thirty or eleven or twelve depending nice have decent chance of hotel room available. When you check in. You've got on the way back you actually get a full day. You know depends again what you want. You got full day at where you are in Europe before coming back to the states, right, but and they could afford to some ways because their time for Owen d traffic or connections on the European end as opposed to the US carriers which are time for. Actions on the US. Yeah. I I mean, it's I think it's great timing. You know, it's funny. One of the things that still amazes me is that if you look at the United homes, they haven't retired any other fights from pre merger times like all the. Dulles all the flights from you Delasin, Chicago, always leave later than the fights to like Houston in newer. Interesting then realize that because the continental flights always historically left like nine AM like if you look at Dublin if you look at London the first London flights and all those things they none of them have been retained Amsterdam is still nine AM, whereas Chicago's eleven in DC's noon. You could argue that that was you know, I'm purpose, but they wanted to flexibility let people can act through the right Bank for where they need to be depending on where you're going. Do you want to talk about Newark, Hong Kong, and that Gasco that happened? What was it? Now. It's been a week maybe more than week eight days. I think it was last Saturday or flush Friday for those who don't know newer Kong was on its way from Newark, and they had a medical emergency. They diverted to gander, and it got stuck suck there because the door one of the doors. They could not get it to on. What was it lock or Dion disarm, basically? And then they couldn't get it to rearm later in the plane set there for how long eighteen hours to fifteen eighteen hours, and then they flew in a replacement plane to take people back to Newark. So they even made the Hong Kong day they ended up making it two days later on Monday. That has got to talk, and you couldn't even get off the plane in gander the rumor is they were letting off twenty people at a time via bus to the terminal to walk around. But that was it. What do you think? There was something reported like the gathered wasn't staff from aggression that. So that was a problem it the question in an area. I mean, it was it's like flying. It's like clung to in a quadrant. I was just about to say we don't anything about that. I I actually empathize with these people. Triple seven seven thirty through true. A lot more people. And you can get up and walk around on the plane or as you can't under seven threes blocking the aisle. Yeah. I just I mean, I don't understand why it took United so long to get a plane up there like were they just hoping that it will get fixed or or what I mean. That's it surprising to be now. The what I would say is it it's now a seven seven w I believe or was it so seven we'd like to. Okay. So that they should have a spare. Think is despair still where. Where do they keep the spare? It may not have been a newer. I have spare kind of situate-. Yeah. I think there's definitely a spare in the Newark cycle because there's an awful long haul of Newark. And if nothing else, you should at least be sparing Dulles or Chicago, right? All of them are within reasonable distance of gander. Yeah. Yeah. Now, it's possible. They had other aircraft issues which you know, what are the odds of that with United high? So the spare wasn't available. You're such carnage FOSS. Let's not let's be fair. Not just United. Like, you've these days you occasionally, see spare being flown from San Francisco Newark to make up a flight in newer. Yeah. So the, you know, definitely there's a lot more spare frame sitting in San Francisco, but it's good again. Or I mean that might take a little bit longer still not sixteen hours and the crew gets there with able to finish the trip. Well, the only have to work. I I think that was I actually think our let some time to get to gander six to get the gander plus some time on the ground. Plus, you gotta file back. It's start to get into a date. I think looking dog at crew that point that's true. I do think that was one of the issues. I just don't understand why it took so long to get the plane up there and get those people like you would think that would be priority one, right? I have to assume that the folks ops were not ignoring the problem to very big sump Shen. And you forget you remember quadrupling showed up in Guam. They had no idea that our flight what what had happened. No. The one thing. I will say is you know, I've flown unite enough. I do question the ability of opposite make logical deductions this flights delayed. We may want to do something about that. Plane stuck in the South Pacific. What should we do? Let's go to lunch. And we find it'll be there when we get back. Seth you. You you not getting entertained with all this. Now, I'm quite enjoying. I think the last thing was you wanted to talk about was Brexit, forcing a carrier a caterer excuse me to actually stockpile meals. What is the story? It was an interesting story. I was reading gate gourmet has been basically stockpiling because they make a lot of their meals and cut into your apparently service flights out of the UK. So they have been stockpiling not necessarily pre made meals, but all the Staples that they would use to make all those meals in warehouses in England because they're not sure if they will be able to get said goodness said good once Brexit happens yet snack boxes peanuts. Toilet rolls. They're piling up at at facilities around London. And apparently. Actually, making the food in Europe. And then like importing it repackaging it onto plates ship back out that could be a problem depending on what the customs rules set up as well. And so the one of the questions that I was like all right? Are we gonna see outback catering along halls in London or in England, you might and with limited space, then they're gonna are they gonna like augment the meal so that there's not a ton of food like they say, oh, our business class meals are smaller or we don't serve midflight snack et cetera. That's I mean, I can't imagine. About the rules are going to be so in theory, if you believe depending on which part of the government, but he believed the British government does not have answers for food shortages, but in reality, given how much is imported given that there aren't any rules about what the customs are gonna run with nothing else. There's going to have to be an inspire. You know, they're going to be new border set up and paperwork to go through. Yeah. Yep. Right. As opposed to just an open on open door and open roadway. Open train, whatever import one of the ferry operators. Just reregistered all of its ships. Into the ciphers. Oh, gosh. Operator moved all its varies disciples. Some of the European airlines are moving some of the airlines, I wanna say are are EasyJet, maybe as making sure it has registered in other countries for its planes, Switzerland. I think is where has it has a base in Geneva. Maybe so maybe some of it's moving a few extra planes that direction. Like there's also questions as to. I think we we laughed about this on a previous episode about the IBM owned by grocery department store chain that is bankrupt. So it's, but it's cool because they're Spanish operated. There's a similar sort of question about air Lingus, but airline seems to be okay apparent the regular airlines school that definitely. But but it's an interesting question. Then you think about the other side of the on the European side. Like one of the main sources of beef and cut into your is England. Right. So are they going like that flows gonna stop too? So what happens to the kind of Europe they become vegetarians, Mike, go find a decent sources sake vegetarian. That's what I'm going with. We're just more pork. And. We're finding Germany. Oh, yeah. They'll have no problem. None Austria Fahd's you wanted to one last topic surprise topic. You wanted to talk about delta having a sixteen hour delay? And it was it was in Devereux was so as a regional flight. And not canceling it. Yeah. I mean, we were having a conversation with one of our friends who has insights into how some of these things work, and it was just commenting on Thursday. Delta had a evening flight douse LaGuardia. The initially a delayed at ten AM the next day than it eventually lifted like twelve pm or something. But it was ended up being a sixteen hour and the question I posed like why do you just not cancel the plate at the point? How'd you like how do you recover from that? 'cause there's and you know, the comment we got back was you just throw it a bare frame into that. Which is fine. But you know, the one question I had in regards. There's okay. So you throw a spare frame at this one delay. It's not the only delay. Right. This was all because whether there's I mean, Detroit got really screwed last week, Chicago got screwed and New York was delta had Parbel day her horrible three days in New York between the way the winds in the cold. So you need a lot of spare frames to recover from that. So I don't know how you really recovered. But the other thing that was interesting. I was shared with us was they would rather run the. Fight sixteen hours late and empty rather than cancelling it because there's penalties from the regional carriers. If you cancel our intro lable, we think row controlling which they were saying, maybe there was more than just the weather. And that's why they ran it may be. But I mean all the flights were delayed. So it wasn't just that one. Or if it was a one off, I believe it, but all the flights were substantially delayed in out of on at least on that route and a bunch of other stuff. So I'm not sure that was that could really be defined controllable maybe sixteen hour portion, but it was so fascinating to me that again going back to the the the logic escape the early industry. The fact that you'd rather run an empty airplane with crew on a four hour flight is better than just canceling it. Yeah. It's crazy. I mean, it when you when you post that was like, why would they do this and the explanation kind of make sense, it just it's a it's weird thing about right that Delta's finding empty plain around. It's not a logical explanation to contract to explanation now. Well, guys anything else to chat about. No, no. I think that's a show then to our listeners, you can find us on Twitter at dots lines or our website more dots. More lines dot com. Leaves a comment tweet at us. Visit the patriotic count while we like to take questions if there's a question or a comment you want us to start out on the show. Just let's no. But until next time happy travels take care. See you.

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How PAAKWESI turn his past pain into passion

It's All About Evolving

30:44 min | 1 year ago

How PAAKWESI turn his past pain into passion

"Are you thinking about starting a podcast? And you don't know how create your podcast today with anchor and get it heard on spotify apple podcasts and everywhere people listen and guess what you can record it from anywhere anytime with one click. Your podcast is out and you know what else anchor is. One hundred percent free and easy to use export anchor and start your podcast today. Welcome Oklahoma come back to another episode of. It's all about evolving podcast. I'm your host Kathy. Hollow and today with me in the guest seat is none other than pack. Us He is an African. Rapper Songwriter and producer. A welcome to its ULLEVAAL VANCOUVER MUCH. And it's parkway sorry. Casey hypocrisy got it so unless more about you I mean is easier when you ask specific question but I say I mean. I'm all arapahoe poet rampant. Now Singa you know that was Dave illusionary process for me start at us. Also a deep poetry did Wrap an notch I make a more melodic so and singing and I've been doing it for a while but not Been out for a while doing in different capacities over the years. You know but I just recently decided last. Few years decided to get more into my own. You know mom Creator Space Dos Stock. Creating music for myself. Okay Okay who inspired you to the music or to start liking all to do music and to start to do music out. Say my earliest. Inspirations Party be like Sam Cooke was will. My father was listening to an house. Sam Cooke Harry Belafonte and Emma. Big Brother would says Semarang sin also went through there. What you're listening to was what I was. I had to listen to an I grew out of that into like the two parks and then the other rapids and shoddy and all of those in along the line I develop a start again into poetry. I liked I liked the wordplay like people that were able to express themselves. And like you know late in very complex where you're writing and speaking now so I went into poetry and graduated. Move Poetry to wrap. Because I wanted to be able to express it in certain way did that. For years there recently decided to go into something more melodic. Dad came about as far as like Life Yeah Yeah that's where we're GONNA dump him right now to your song. Murder was all she wrote. She read it okay. I'm not a rougher but al True Ri- immunotherapy. I'll try to you know. Say a couple of hours from it so you said that so. She handed me the sword by the Blade for the war that I weighed to dupe the battle. Robert so here so she handed me is sold by the blade right war that I wish to do better for the love remains right and this particular song came from Nat Line Right. The whole song is based on that one line but a whole song coming into like intervene. Just happened I was. I was new Yokohama cousin and then his like another cousin was in the studio. He's a producer New York. I WanNa Chapelle. So they booked an appointment. We were lay was we were supposed to have life. Wow is a studio The big as busy studio whereas all of the main like you know big artists coming to do two things and so he had a spot and then we were. They were like two hours late cousin not to do some stuff in town so we did that and went to the studio and then when we got there and like two hours. I don't WanNA disappoint making feels top of waste. An East is playing around with a beat and MELODY DOT COM IN. Outta me out to think about it. The came in in us. You know the wholesome built around that wildlife. Yeah that's what I want to get into because it's a deep words here like what's the whole story like who is see. White Udal not a one line is assess as from the passage from a long time ago and it was. It was a situation where female that I was with says. And things to me that I feel like you know this will like very opposite of encouraging wasn't uplifting tone was terrible things that was said to me and then I was thinking that it was two things I was going to happen. I'M GONNA get really mad and act almonte negative toxic emotions or grow up and find a way to turn that dirt to Apirl like the dice. So this is my mentality. Desma thinking who thing. I'm thinking I if I if I if I take. The crowd is going to be baffled. Both of us. So I'm GonNa beat a big man and then try and turn it into my vantage so I was looking at it like I'm about to go into war right Anita weapon. She has given me the weapon. Plus she gave it to me by the Blade. As a minus. However giving it to me by the blade kind of Maimi fuel to Kinda Paine field going tobacco's I could get cut in almost like. She's preparing me for the battle hymn but to go do but at the same note that she just she didn't think through that process. Just say what she said because she felt it size. More of like a verbal abuse verbal abuse. But in the same time I was of protecting my abuser. You know because I felt like she's being she doesn't know what she's doing. I'm going to be going to be a big amount right now so you were protecting her way way because I was the victim of from what I couldn't unleashed onto her. Well Yeah what else you try to be protective of disperse. Who said these things against me like you know what she did? Give me a sword. Okay you know injured me and when I went to the battlefield. I know how to be injured so more prepared. You know so now. I'm not looking ahead like a manage. I'm going to get back at you and none of that you know bodice same time Very pleasant experience to go through it with anybody. Oh wait for them to say certain things to you. Yeah I've been through it so I can relate. It's it's just not not very often like a male will express and speak out on women being verbally abusive because it does how terrible especially with me. I'm a very like you know I'm very I'm sensitive to things that I said. I'm Sam very extremely sensitive to what you say. However I'm sensitive when people that are close to say you know I can. I can care less if somebody says some nasty things to me just ricochet but a person as close to me I feel like they have the power to penetrate. Would Award. So you have to be careful. You don't have to just say Kayla's where it's to me because you're angry express after expressing and you comb nostril. Remember what you said that. He fixed US Duke on the day. I may be strong enough to not let him get me. But still there any build up after awhile. My accent stop away and be like yeah. He was like you know he did that. At at all of that has a root course This is what I was trying to prevent so how long it took you to get out of that relationship. Did it take like a long and like was the after Federal Mo- objective then was to help like you know to cause for it and it wasn't just random somebody I really like so I felt like you know help you get better not. I saw changes so changes I like. Oh so you still together. I thought you owned one. It was an old situation a new situation right now. Well as okay. So you're helping this person like yeah. Yeah you know I mean like wow. So he's basically has like those who are weakness weakness as well but I feel like it's not fully when I fully over it. Well when fully give her because she didn't fully realize the extent of like a word so the damage she can do those things so that's what she's now realizing as we're going along and this song is all she's going to hear the song when it comes out and as you know she's GonNa see guessing when I was talking about K. Okay okay well you know what we go through what we go through. And I'm happy that she's actually. She understood what she did. And you know hopefully not repeat in a mean to be. It's not just about here is about a lot of people in a relationship and the guys who abuse women verbally as well Varney verbally. I mean nobody can abuse me physically but emotionally nobody. Nobody gave me physically emotionally mentally. Like your allow yourself to be vulnerable to send people in an lead take advantage that they don't know how you know they don't know their limits. Yeah that's what I try to avoid. I could cut out o-negative people altogether but somebody who helps him. Don't even know how bad they are like with your mouth. Yeah no answer and I feel like women have a women naturally have power over men with the way able to express themselves no matter how smarter manage a woman could send things. They'll cut you to pieces like our so woman's word to me is like it could be a wind in your sail or competed with cuts diagonally. You're not going nowhere or it could be a win going to get you to where you're gonna go but his ball the dynamics how you guys relate you know which able to bring out from her. Asu At is but Verbal abuse on a whole. Like doesn't matter if you're male and female sometimes we say things and we don't even realize the impact it on the other person so I would say like I always say. Be careful what you say all is always well. It is amazing song an amazing song bludgeoned like yes. It is so into the I was listening to been good and coming here. My son and we were rock into it so far K. So let us into that song. Tell us about. That wasn't been good is like his political. Have been good as personal and political defers. Do a Lotta political issues from perspective from Africa from global from me being like a black man in the world you notice things that are not in our favor and it's like yeah you have to accept it this way all of those things and then there are like mentalities not as not always conducive because a hundred people like you are doing type of thing doesn't necessarily mean that is the right thing to do or becomes off. What is a fat is not necessarily the best thing for you true. So in being good I'm talking about inequality would say older wrong people in ripe positions they have failed as an what. What else. wish in The supply talk about with showing no roller asses. So we can be famous part. That was that was very much me addressing like my what. I saw a lot of At the wretchedness on Youtube eight yeah and even on the meetings. It became mainstream. Crossover people in other positive were who who know better but because it becomes such a fad. Yeah they get into the tap into that. Yeah maybe not fully but it gradually everything stays in your head is going to grow without the internalize it gradually and sometimes not even known so. That's what I talked about like. You know what? A quarrels was addressing. An inverse goes into full which we are famous. Data's WHOA that. This holiday named US separate me from golden gave me paper. Pay ments separately from Gordon gave me the payment as a Fiat currency. And all of those things 'cause a consciousness Africa from your goal other gold gold could mean go you know and you are saying. Goethe's forest like Natural Resources. Which is a problem in Africa? 'cause they don't gotta well and they don't. They don't do propagation with people when they deal with a so. You have the land you have to go to nibble people come to deal with it. They give you like maybe A five percent or ten percent of whatever to get You know communism or buying your land for like we're going to give you ten million dollars for the last year you sign off in Mississippi we're gonNA give it to you in ten years and a work for ten years. Get a prophet and pay with. You're not getting anything. Also you ought to death so is about people thinking like covering all basis and in dealing with things but else I need to explain that for some people to understand. That's come on come on meet a song so melodic so you could just jam to it but gradually you're get what I'm saying way. Yeah because it's a it's a really good beat the beat caught me and then Mike meals and gone is young produce as amazing okay. So how long have you been in Canada? Once I came I was I was in New York for a while. Those things and I was GONNA come to candidate in April but the few things change plans. Change in McCain's idea. Okay also go. Becky can do back and forth. But I mean I'll be okay and you're from Ghana because I know because I have friends African friends too. And there's very shy say they're very Specific of where they're from like you can't just say okay. You're African No. I'm from here or that is also. I don't know not many people can explain or give you the fact that inform that disdain. When you say when you call me a Nigerian and I'm GonNa say not uncommon. I spoke about that in the song. Swore if you suck estate divided disobedience last show because you're not strong enough fragments estate urine Ghana's problem is not Togo's problem took. His problem is Beneath problem. That needs problems. Nigeria's problems Ghana could be sitting now watching Togo get raped by some foreign country and not do anything because they're different country than me. I'm not saying that happens. I mean you're vibes. I guess because when I say okay you know you're asking no citizenship of a small country. I cannot say you know full Africa to be strong or to be respected by European America's in Asia were not in needs to be on a level as far as like the size. Even the saizen bringing your resources together because of Africa solve. Its problems if they come together but until the Antara is GonNa be the same. What's GonNa be like you know a place where you could go and steal as much as you want? Smuts as you want to do. What is saying right now? I'm I'm just saying that. People are more account accountable because the system is so the people that the country Sausa- so small and you cannot. They can't do much. Sodium forced to take whatever deals? They get okay you know. That's on a political level so that divisional comes down to the individual level where a person from Nigeria doesn't want to be addressed as oh mistaken for like geneen quick to correct you equipped according you that. Africa's not is not a conscious unconscious a continent but I wish it was a country which was just one big mass that the people like you know you could travel from this disdain for the next day with no need for visas and if I move on Ghana to South Africa just Go into the bank. Kazlo like moving from New York to California to do you know it'd be more efficient now. We okay. So that's the whole. Yeah coming together to like you know be like emulate America has done wo for the other countries have done. Yeah his working you can you can. You can't keep doing something that doesn't work. Do what the people that are working do. Yeah well it's going to take a lot of work man. The lot of workers a lot of people to do a lot of work but you need to get a lot of people on board in their minds needs to be in there. So that's what he was talking about in that first verse. Basically that's what he address and as the converse was a bit personal because abg onto and things A few years lead into like one time I did I saw. Yeah was it two thousand seventeen or sixteen. I did US on So I lost like I mean I I lost some friendships in law. Some things and whatnot and I went through a Lotta those a lot of events that could be set to be traumatic around the same time so like I'm dealing with this loss. That laws diesel. You know like you know. Stick to much of my energy to tell me about them like I wanNA know. Tell Me Okay you're K which share in at least why is your some? You know maybe you could help somebody else without their thing in that okay. I can't cancel. This took on too much. You know pretty much lessons learned lessons. I'll I'll tell you the lessons learned from those incidences or If you're going to do business you have to do business. You have to do business to a T. Yeah as in. You need to understand the process. You need to not mix emotions and such as my friend and we'RE GONNA. I'm passionate about this That just do. All of the people were do. All of the set. The systems right lane passionate was more passionate than like you know Sticking to the rules a previous business so even though we had everything to succeed in was successful for a little be seen to be successful may some success but we being maximum. We didn't reach our full potential and in that went bust and then quickly. I tried to revive it by John. Lewis Autism Autism is managing which will became successful. We made big in his and we broke up an jumped into next to autism and in a couple artists came on hand. Four five artists at the same time would not would not much resources to push one enough but they believe in me and pushing me and saw put everything I had to getting a place. I could get a house you know. Put Them in Studio Office and whatnot. Did that for a while. But I couldn't carry on you know because he warned generating enough to maintain to keep operating so just brakes and some of the artists had like fallout. If somebody who fell out with me based send things that were not you know like dame and apoe felt like my soul into this me finish. That way made me feel some type of late. Yeah but then again I knew some of them are young and they were now experience and things the first time so like then again. I made excuses for them. Like you know what I'm not gonNA be mad at. Nobody because it's going to. It's going to destroy me internally mckeever habitat and 'cause I gross to you so I let all of that goal and to heal myself. Recouped GET MYSELF BACK ON TRACK. Gay like you know. Get new stepped away from up the whistle on me because music was only a way for me to like. Get my mind busy with something knows more productive done that you know being a not place. Yeah because I was drowning me. Yeah you know what? That's something I've learned to. You can't mix business friends. Even family wants his business. It's business if you start to mix that stats a whole different ballgame definitely like you know yeah and controlling your emotions and everything too so notice at the end of the Bingo Song. The fireworks. Yeah intentionally it was. I didn't WanNA leave the song. Not of like if Anna's not sad it doesn't feel like a sad song as go vibe to it but what I'm saying is now really like is not like yeah Po- bottles or do you know way retreat things it was addressing issues. But I'm trying to make it sound easy on the ears. You know so if you listen are listening to the Washer GonNa feel happy. Yeah that's what I'm saying. It's a very good be like I love. I would literally job in here with Weinstein. That's what it is. That's what I did. That's how I know all the songs like try to tell much roof you know and also because I felt like I felt like if I died at some point I like man I could have died so many times men and if if I died in Euros Times won't be my biggest regret and I knew it it was. I didn't even think I knew it was. You did not give you a gift to the world which is what you came. What which is the music or your creativity or whatnot. You didn't give it your you. Can you had it in your pocket and then you went back with it. You didn't give it to anybody knows I feel like okay. Not just stop putting it out whether like you have money or not just doing it to stop doing it out then to get back on stage to perform confidence open all night because all of that was hot. I've been away for over ten years all that long healing. It does take time and everybody feels differently. Yeah but you know the good thing is you started. And you're you're you're on the track It definitely I mean I'm happy. I'm happy like even doing these little shows as just like me trying to get myself back into the muscle back into the mix academic dishonesty if you can't perform it and people are not getting in and then and like you said in the song if you ain't showing your ass it's like you coming into the meeting with a whole difference looking everything with which is good because I like you know like not what everybody else is doing which is good too. So how is that working out for you? Lake do you find where it's challenging or verse US How you present yourself in the media like you not doing you know rap music now. It's all about the thing is I'm not even limited myself to just singing rapping when that like our house produces semi beetle. I'm GonNa work with suffered USA. I just here would have an responsible I just responsibly. So some will make you WanNa wrap some of it will make you WANNA sing. You know whatever whatever comes comes because I feel like I don't want to limit I don't WanNa put no ceiling are like what I could do. Creatively can no limits your last a few? Oh who's your favorite musician are artists for musician to buck. Oh Yeah Female. Be Chardonnay. Okay don't laugh. Who is sharpening owner? Shark Oh my goodness. I don't get interrupted. You tell me if you know if you know Sui Tas Taboo gave me. You gave me this heat. You don't know shutting out you know what that's my homework. I'M GONNA look her up as a d E. OKAY. Yeah Shut Aquino Soul. I lost is going to be a beautiful like you know Introduction wants to. He has shot a song today out of I. I'm in your life if you don't already know it. Yeah because Saturday's phenomenal okay so shoddy speaks to Mita ways shot into bub because of highly presented the art and how sincerely like how how like there was incentives music. You know which is what I try to be. 'cause I try not to. I try to tell the truth. The thing is you could tell the truth and away as damage. Whoever listens to it all back to help them and motivate them because truth is not an easy thing to do a menace. It can be terrible. You know. I'll lie tell lies to keep and that's the thing. I don't like Arab either. You tell me the truth rather than Lie Truth Yes oh but it's not. It's not as simple as tell the truth teller. Lie You could tell the truth in a way that doesn't have maximum damaging effect ass if somebody just told you the died no euphemism and noted and prepare you for that type news just hit hit you with that and then you get a heart attack and you die. No but then that's life though but I'm saying like you in my experience. I know that that type of thing is reality. That can happen if I told you something else damaging it could actually damage you feel like your physical so I need to temperate and delivered in a way that you get full information but minimize mitigate the damage that could do again. I disagree with you because how I was raised. I was my my parents. Told me the truth but they I would say nice it up and then now I'm older and me like before like having my past experience if they have just told me the plate in truth like okay. This will happen if you do this. Then out of avoid those things and also it's I so now I like to hit me with a true okay so not though nice it up. Don't try to hurt my feelings or try to seal me for instance. Tell me personally I think I still because I could tell it to you. Ronak it. I don't WanNa be responsible for the damage could do. It's say somebody passed away that were both close to and and I wanted to tell you. First of all cadets mission a person's name in you could imagine things or the way. I say the name John Enabling will weapon the now. I'm sorry I told you what you're Kinda like. Imagine as a year something mundane slowly all in. I don't know maybe because of working I rather that. Just call me okay. no died. Tell me hey you know what you remember John. I'm like yeah okay. You know I heard something. Don't tell no not dramatic but like you know I don't know how to do it out. Well like in this academic song find a creative way like what I did with but I guess it's just a cultural thing in my coaching. Does they do that I've been around where people people deliver said messages. The Miles Mama. My Dad and then they'll say they start when you start is almost like poetry and my parents nowhere token kind of have an idea. What is coming so they kind of breeze themselves just to brace yourself to get infamy like information about to give you sometimes tend to sit on it well because you can fall Ford With tell me this like when you tell me the sit down. Arcade are you driving once you call me? Are you driving? Okay what is it now? Don't call me are you. Are you good to talk? And that's fine. You know but then I yeah. I don't like all of that. What that's another topic. Okay so What's next for you? You said just use it or I'm going into other things but right now you know I need to start a like While foot in front of the other so the music is the first one. I'm focused on right. Now get the music out because does eventually GONNA be like the Central Santo Santo piece for everything. Everything is GonNa come from your music. Yeah Yeah you know so. That's what I'm focused on his release on the twentieth of March for the Song. To ask you. Where does she wrote is? GonNa come out on the twentieth of March. Okay it comes with a intro actual which is a poem. 'cause song as reality that I was living in appoint was a fantasy Oman. Kinda like instruction of like telling you how to how I'd like for us to be like. Okay Okay Yeah. I read through the poem okay. But I wasn't sure if you wanted to talk about it well. We look out for March twentieth. So if if you had one message to give to your fans right now or somebody's listening. What would it be those listening you need to? They need to listen to my music. I four days into my music. Okay where can we find your music spotify on Apple? Music is on all the stores and a name. His Parkway C. P. A. K. W. E. S. policy is word. Okay I'll also leave it in the show notes. Alad information in the show notes. You're listen thank you so much for being on and that will be all for today. Thank you for joining us this week on this episode. Make sure you subscribe to the show in Itunes spotify or whatever platform you listen so that you never miss an episode or if you simply share a telephone about the episode that would be awesome to ambi short tuning for Friday for our next episode. I will I normally end those show with my theme song but I'll play a little clip from Casey's Song Been Good You can listen to it. I appreciate you so much for listening and God bless you guys.

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@DarkSecretPlace WAR-AHOLICS!!! The History of Atomic Testing

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@DarkSecretPlace WAR-AHOLICS!!! The History of Atomic Testing

"If i am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Our number three. That are extinct place. Well you know with all this nuclear talk. I think it's important to go back to before the book was written some of the unknown history about how the united states decided everything from targets to height of burst of the mom. And things like that. We have to go back to may of nineteen forty five a really interesting memo. That came out before any nuclear bomb had been tested in. New mexico. Certainly dropped on japan the The super select committee got together to discuss a bunch of things really. No one had an answer to and and that includes. How high do we detonate the things. How high should the aircraft be that drops it. What if the aircraft has to come back to base with the gadget as they called it. But we'll we'll get to that little they run As we speak off of dahlie on china which is in the yellow sea there. They're the peninsula extending down from china. That's to the west of north korea in the yellow sea and the port city of leon. Which by the way. Kim jong un Just visited last week and for the address for the Trump we're getting out of the jcp iran nuclear deal address anyway. The the chinese A year ago launched their second carrier but this morning it left port to begin sea trials. And if you have ever seen the the original Chinese character you know that the the long story about it is that it belonged to the ukraine navy. They got possession of advice. Default when the soviet union disseminated disarticulated itself ukrainians. Didn't wanna maintain The they didn't wanna pay the cost of maintaining and aircraft carrier. They didn't even wanna nuclear arsenal so they sold it as scrap to the chinese chinese towed it to china they refurbished it and then relaunched it. Three years ago commissioned it and it's now currently at c. z. aloun on Which is the province by the way that dalai is is in and so far so good for the chinese. They know That i carriers a baby step and that what it what it's meant for is to gain operational knowledge in in something which is brand new to them In the case of the second carrier this one is a carbon copy of that originally that russian carrier. That's now the lien and this. This one is sort of a proof of concept that the chinese can reverse engineer from kiel to conning tower and from bow to stern the entire aircraft carrier with indigenous materials now supposedly the metallurgy and everything in in the chinese shipyard is as good or better than anything. the russians did the russia's builder carriers In in in the black sea in in the crimea and odessa and by all accounts The construction of the carriers was good in the case of the loan. Russian carrier that is still operational just went into into a dry dock. And it's gonna be there for about three years. It's it's the famous smoke maker called coups netsov and it's it had its very first combat deployment last year into the eastern mediterranean and it was accompanied by a large oceangoing tug that was easily trackable by satellite. Because it's a civilian. It was million shifts so anywhere it went. The russian carrier was well. The chinese upgrade the chinese ship So far seems a lot more serviceable than than it's russian brother or sister ship vis a craft. That just left doc. This morning China time the and is heading out to sea for for for sea trials We'll see how that had that goes. This one has a chinese-made power plant chinese. It's an oil burner dislike The the it's a. It's russian-made sistership. The chinese for their third aircraft carrier are are all in and have it to be nuclear powered. Because they understand. The you know the advantages of nuclear power to. Here's the thing what the chinese are basically saying with the first two carriers is These are after step us. Getting better a carrier aviation like you guys have been doing. So since late. Twenty s mid twenties Of last century. Well we are now. The second one hundred percent chinese the electronics the steel the power plants. Everything's one hundred percent chinese we're gonna gain more operational experience. Hopefully we'll be debut in a chinese designed carrier aircraft but for now the chinese are using their licensed copies of russian su thirties. The the naval is version of the russian Twin engined fighter and they have traditional. They have the ski jump. They don't they don't have catapults. The third chinese carrier is set to be a flat top. No ski jump is set to be nuclear powered and it is set to have electromagnetic Catapults are skipping. The steam thing dislike the new uss. Gerald ford has the new electromagnetic catapults which are theoretically and apparently in practice. More powerful than the steam catapults far less maintenance far less downtime. And all that okay. So great so the chinese are gonna make a leap with two key. Technologies nuclear power plants which they have mastered in their surface navy and their submarines But then the electromagnetic magnetic catapult. And why by the way. Why do you need a nuclear powered aircraft carrier. The the chinese sort of telegraphing their intentions by doing that. You only need a nuclear powered aircraft carrier if you intend to have global reach the the british carrier the queen. Elizabeth was just commissioned The french charles de goal the the indian carriers The spanish carrier the japanese Large aircraft carrying frigate those are all conventionally powered because they don't plan on going anywhere outside their home waters the british. Maybe but the british wouldn't go anywhere without our assistance so we would be refilling them. Nuclear powered carriers. They are surrounded by nuclear powered escort. Ships usually not one hundred percent other certainly supported by nuclear powered submarines So the chinese clearly intended for the aircraft carrier to have a long patrol time and to include possible missions off africa or anywhere around the world because otherwise why would you go to the trouble of putting a nuclear power plant on a ship if you didn't want that huge advantage anyway. The second chinese carriers at c. China is not a naval power at this moment compared to other regional powers in the south china sea they are however compared to the. Us navy they are not but Find me in ten years. It will be definitely having a far different discussions so the chinese now with a second aircraft carrier not yet operational but starting at sea tests today. Undoubtedly it'll be under close observation by by Local navy's right when we come back. What did the egg heads. Theorize dropping a actual atomic bomb in japan would actually be in may of nineteen forty-five only three months away from doing it. They were still having meetings. I'll read you some of the minutes of the meeting from may tenth nineteen forty five here in just a minute. Dark secret place. Brian suits back in the second. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Six forty brian suit. The dark secret place live everywhere on the iheartradio app and lost lost in all of the nuclear armageddon talk about a iranian nuclear future or north korea. Or whatever is going back to the beginning of things how we're some decisions made because no one knew exactly in may of nineteen forty-five no one knew exactly how the bomb really would operate. They had theories and But someone had to pick the targets and the culture and the employment of the bomb than the aftermath of the bomb. so let's get back to that That memo very obscure memo from the manhattan project. Nineteen forty five. The official german surrender was May eighth on our calendar may ninth on the russian calendar of nineteen forty five so The use of atomic bomb to force a nazi surrender was rendered moot There have all gone long. Been theories that we never were gonna drop it on europe anyway And by and large by the way those are accurate because the employment of atomic weapon on mainland europe With the russians advancing on berlin to to using atomic weapon On on burland brought with it a lot more complications than we wanted to deal with not only the fact that it was would have required the bomb. Be which was called the gadget by the way in the manhattan project. No one ever said bomb of and they didn't even use the nicknames a little boy and fat man unless it was an official secret communications as they just referred to it as the gadget so the the same theory of dropping. The gadget on an industrial town as a demonstration was Was still on the table for germany. But thing is the defeat of germany happened. Far more rapidly than the defeat of japan. And the other thing that was that was crystal clear as we got closer to the japanese. Mainland was that the conventional conflicts. Where we're getting more. And more and more deadly square mile in nineteen forty four was a absolute wakeup call after other wake calls okinawa in february nineteen forty-five okinawa of course a japanese province. It wasn't some outlying island. Okinawa was a province with japanese civilians and the japanese fought like devils and they did not give up okinawa easily and it became clear to truman by march of nineteen forty-five that if this is how the japanese fought as we got closer to their homeland then the invasion of the japanese mainland was going to be. The bloodiest battle in american history. By dad was On okinawa my dad was a navy corman on okinawa and He was a personal eyewitness to the to the horror of how the japanese mistreated their civilians forcing them to commit suicide attacks also Brainwashing them into thinking that we were there to murder All the children. The whole thing. japanese civilians were jumping off volcanic cliffs. It was a complete horror show and when that was passed onto truman and and truman of course Learned about the atomic bomb. He understood we need this thing. Ready to go before we plan on before we ever invade the japanese mainland. We have to try this thing out. And if they don't surrender if if what they say is true and they don't surrender then there's something really wrong and we got to invade that that homeland so robert oppenheimer. Of course you know the physicist who was in charge of the The research and development of the gadget of in manhattan project general leslie groves. The engineer corps guy was the overall commander of the the big picture of the military side. The military application side all the resources that manhattan project all the funding of the manhattan project called for with all the thousands of and highly educated people who found their way to To richland washington and savannah river Oakridge tennessee Alamogordo new mexico. And all that. It's it's interesting. How be because no one had ever done it before number. Never had the weapon is interesting how they had to come together and committees and And come up with doctrine on how to use a weapon that never been even tested Remembered the atomic bomb. The first time a bomb was detonated on a tower in july. I'm sorry late late to know. In july of nineteen forty-five that was the first actual proof of concept the design of the fat man woodwork and That you could actually cause a nuclear explosion by encasing bala plutonium in a outer core of explosives that would implode in crushing so it wasn't until That was actually done that. Anyone even knew that the thing would work even before they tested it though they got together and they said all right because so much modeling had been done with elbow grease and slide rules that they had a ninety. Nine percent assurance of the design was sound that the physics were sound that you could actually create nuclear fission with conventional explosives and the resulting explosion would be the equivalent of tons and tons and tons of tnt so Ten and eleven may nineteen forty-five summary of targeting in committee meetings. The second meeting of the target committee convened at ninety. M ten may in dr oppenheimer's office at site y with the following presence and then there are three partners. Four military officers a general general. Ferrall a colonel a captain and a major and then the the balance the other nine are physicists. Physicists and weather experts and engineers. None of them were cultural experts on japanese society or anything like that. what were there to determine. Well how high is the bomb going to be a triggered. What happens if we if we don't drop it and we have to jettison and over the ocean and things like that. What about the psychology of the weapon. I'll tell you about What they decided on here in just a second this This declassified document that was top secret nineteen forty-five giving us some insight into what very very smart people theorized would happen when the nuclear bomb atomic bomb was dropped. It's the dark secret place. Suits back right after this. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Am six forty life everywhere on the iheartradio app. We'll flashback here you know. It's one of the casualties. That i missed from twenty twenty. Where we're the air shows the la county or show at fox field In lancaster and then the edwards air force base air show and so hopefully in two thousand twenty one. Now that it's january thirtieth twenty twenty one. The atmospheric river is passed us. And maybe we'll start to plant or plants and And the whole thing. But maybe we'll get the airshows back because the too stupid cancellations for me were swimming pools and swim team stuff. Because of course vata chlorine is no place for for anyone to go during a pandemic or standing outside on a hot windy day. That don't do that during a pandemic. I thought canceling the show is really stupid. I went back and listen to my interview with the thunderbirds guy from From two thousand nineteen. He was a damn good sport. And you'll hear why so. This is from edwards air force base in twenty nineteen. The thunderbirds advanced party. Liaison guys came to Do oppressors and interviews. Here's my interview with the thunderbirds Brian d'arcy place channel. Twenty three from bakersfield is up here by the way it brunson from kfi los angeles and came all the way from bakersfield. Yes this will be on tomorrow morning. I only need the major for two more minutes. Say up my my intro. I need to read you know about reshooting. You probably have a gang murder to go to go to. Okay would stand up inside of the contract That's an awesome question. By the way. I was gonna ask that on the ladder and danner chain link intro from. Yeah just make sure he clears. Talked has talked to them. What a geek to ask to get in the f16 right okay. But she does. I get to that spot online I i'm a any major mark john With thunderbird number eight he is the the advanced pilot and the narrator and let me just get something out of the way. I gary hoffmann from kfi. did a meteoroid last year in this bird and the rumors that it's been called the hoffman ever. Since is that true. I can either confirm nor deny. That's not answer so that's a yes All right. I'm mark tom. What what is your job. What narrator. I like the sound of that. Assembly radio yeah. Narrations part of it I guess i got voice. Radio but I also do the advance dancing as well so Part of that is to go out and ahead of the team and make sure all the foundation is laid for everybody shows up and then i also do the narration for the demonstration so all the pilots are flying out there. Telling everybody kind of what's going on where to look what's the per diem for For lancaster i have no idea. Are you gonna get into town tonight. I don't think so we gotta get back And you know. We're seeing full metal jacket Earlier you know the drill sergeant instructor. he's He started a brewery in lancaster bravery brewing and his his uniform from full metal jacket is on display there. That's cool so If you go there pilot yeah got everybody's lancaster's october tenth and eleventh is the edwards air force space air show andy. Thunderbirds are the The main event today or show and you fly both days right. You do a practice day on the day before. Then you do a full show. Hope days yet practice on friday. Then show saturdays on. So this means. I guarantee in october. It's going to be like this. It's going to be severe blue clear so you got to do these. The high altitude show right. Yes as long as the weather sports. We'll do you do anything different. When you're at an airforce force in the show i mean. Can you do more or less than when you're a civilian. No armours package. Just kinda allows us to do the same demonstration but the weather will drive a stew either high. A lower a flash. Oh okay when. When is this the decision day on the flight deck. So we'll decide. We'll look at the weather forecast and we'll start preparing a football play this say lower high but the day you know we kind of fight what we see in that regard that the day the show is supposed to be is the day. We'll look at the weather and if it is below are men's for high show move to shots below are meant to flash know the army what we call you guys targets now. We don't know you guys i had. I had a organic at fifteen. That was with me in in baghdad with first cavalry division. He was good chap good guy. I think it was a different team. Every time though but All right thank you very much. Pain are maintainers are incredible. I keeping these jets running every single day and we have not had a single demonstration. Cancel new meaning titians So how long have you been thunderbird. Let's let's get into your selection and career with keyboards a team for one season. This is my second and final season. I applied to the team back in two thousand eighteen for the two thousand nineteen in two thousand twenty seasons And that means so. Obviously you guys get a lot of international shows and all that what's without naming names are playing favorites. What's the coolest place on. The face of the earth did cheaper to ben since you've been with them. It's absolutely impossible for me to pinpoint because they're all great. They're all phenomena impossible. We've been so many relocations probably one of the best things about this team's is we get to travel all over the united states of america and there's so many gems of places that you'd never even think about going to that we get to go and spend a weekend and just super impressed at all. These different locations community of people It's just very inspiring for me. And that's what we try to do is go around and inspire Without getting into the blue angel. T-bird thing if you had to be in any other nations air force in their flight demonstration team who who's your favorite and i can't use the thunderbirds of the blue angels now. I don't wanna get into that wednesday with the blue angel dude over at fox has been To word for it. yeah. Yeah i You know i. I haven't flown with the red arrows. Or the snowbirds. I hope to so if you're listening but i think i think the snowbirds do a pretty cool demonstrated you a great show. I've seen him up in everett paine field. But let's be honest that plane. It's yeah they're tutors So slow it's not quite like an exte- but i love everybody on that team nursing the rush of the russians have those two teams. They've got twenty nine team in the sec. Seven have you ever seen them. Never seen him. I saw i saw the whatever. They're called the white knights which think that's impressive. But you know why zero safety standards see. That's the handicapped with you guys. You actually fly safely. Is that correct. That's the rumor we yes we absolutely fly safest possible number one priority so So tell me about the smoke system. I've ever heard anyone ask about that. You you guys. Actually you remove the gatling gun so tell me about the smoke system so we take the gun out and in place of it. We put a smoke oil system and there. So where the the ammunition drum would go. There's actually a barrel that holds a lot of the oil. there's special tubing that goes from where the gun barrel would be all the way to the back of the engine and there's a little nozzle off That pops the oil out and then it's instantly burned and turned into smoke from the engineers. Here's a total gearhead question. What kind of oil is it. I mean is automotive oil. Or what the hell. I don't know the exact number i know. It's in environmentally environmentally conscious vegan. A smoke it burns instantaneously And then it evaporates. Yeah basically immediately so if you if you think contrails airplanes that fly in the contrails. They leave It looks like white smoke. Yeah up top. So there's contrails are actually just supercooled condensed. It's like cloud right well. Art smoke will not. He doesn't hang around very long. It doesn't linger because it starts evaporated immediately as soon as it's burn So depends on the density the dense densely of air Kind of depend on how long it's gonna hang around but it typically starts evaporating right Susan burn have. Have you heard the rumor that the navy actually harvest sperm whales and renders their blubber for oil for the blue angels is just a rumor. I've heard i have not heard that rumor. Wales if you see a blue angels show you see whales kill whales. You see the blue angels. That's that's all. I know but you guys are environmentally Sensible and safe. That's very california. By the way by you know we try to keep everybody happy further yet. Good sport a damn good egg good guy. Hopefully thunderbirds are back. And that edwards will have a airshow for twenty twenty one in la county will have an chauffeur twenty twenty one as well. Rebecca into second. It's the dark secret place ever warhawks. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Let's get to know. Kfi's employee of the month. Hey morgan cook. I am a part time producer at. Kfi i work out a lot. I also really enjoy driving turning on sad music looking out the car window like i'm a music video. I enjoy buying expired vegetables from the store at discount prices to get sick or not. I only got sick like three times so far this year. So that's a good start. Congratulations to morgan cook. Kfi's january twenty twenty one employee of the month day of i. Am six forty more stimulating. Talk my answer. forty dart's league replace. Brian suits in here. Warhol ix earn over three And live everywhere on the iheartradio app and a new movie is available on amazon. Anyway it's called fifteen minutes of war. The it is a french film it is originally titled law interventional or the intervention. A wh- what is it about. Well i'll i'll tell you what let's play a little bit of a trailer. Then i'll tell you what it's about by the way french belgian production. I tell them to do story. You'll understand but not always don't put up with summit just copy never left alone get this. There's a pretty tense. You love that dialogue. It's in both french and belgian. No i'm sorry. So the movie was originally Yeah called the events the in In french and belgium and but You can look for it as fifteen minutes of war and what is it about. It's it's about an incident that is largely credited with Validating the french national police forces swat team. You know the f. b. i. Has the earth the Emergency response team. They have regional arts and I h rt hostage rescue team but the hostage rescue team can do a lot of things decide. Rush you rescue hostages so anyway. Here's here's the bottom line in one thousand nine hundred ninety six the french colony of djibouti Quite lovely and great hotels. Great room service Kempinski there were. There were thousands of french citizens who who lived in djibouti. Also the french air force a large contingent there And the foreign legion guarded the borders and it was surrounded by bad guys around by A soviet dominated Theo pia and somalia back when somalia was a coach state and there was a lot of hostile Independent movie and move Terrorist attacks nineteen seventy-six. A school bus full of school kids was taken hostage by seven guys from the democratic front for the liberation of djibouti in her or whatever and the french very quickly mobilized their national police intervention unit which was fairly new everybody was scrambling to make new terrorism units in nineteen seventy six and They affected a intervention and they killed all seven of the hostage-takers Unfortunately two of the kids were killed immediately one in hospital later but they freed the majority of them and it was a very successful operation. It was a lot of the details. Were kept very very secret for years and years and years so the movie plays kind of fast and loose with the facts that they have this kind of rogue four man super cop you know diehard sylvester stallone ish kind of You know swagger. They're flown from paris into djibouti or the foreign legion has the situation contained at this amalia djibouti border and the four cops and they're a ragtag group of wacky personalities and sort of. It's a french american movie you know. It's kinda that that. The european idea the american cowboy. You know kicks the door down shoots the bad guys and screw it situations over right and it's a it's a good movie. I recommend it is good but just know this. If if it had been more accurate. I think it would have been a better movie. But if you don't know the full details of the story fifteen minutes of war is what you should look for. And it's actually the number one in five not i team but so anyway it's it validated. The gign the group invincible gendamerie nacional of france has to national police forces. The national police and then the national gendarmerie and the gendarmerie is part of the ministry of defence The the other one is part of the the crime bureau. Arming the court national courts bureau but So france has to national police forces in their differently equipped and recruited and trained and within the military when the gign. They wear police uniforms I mean within the the the agenda marina seo now. They have the national intervention team. They were the ones who chased down the charlie hebdo terrorists. There's also a really good documentary about that by the way but they are very. They're very the gign guys are very very who are they trained with. Us army delta force They come here The delta force goes there. They're very very good very very hard to get in. But this is. This is sort of the legend of their of their origin band. It's a good movie. Fifteen minutes of war is i want to say. It's the little over ninety minutes and as usual. I'm number thirty nine minutes so ninety nine minutes. I'm sorry Well ninety nine. Yeah so anyway it. It validates my love of subtitles Don't don't watch. I don't know if it's double subtitles. But that's my recommendation. I checked out last night. it's new. It was new on netflix or amazon. Wherever i saw in a and because of me it went up to my recommendation. so the gun playing it very accurate extremely accurate Very good and Filmed i believe on location there. And so Fifteen minutes of war is the movie and check it out all right. that's darcy. Replace alex for the thirtieth january the year. Twenty twenty one. We're still in the middle of this. See tomorrow night for super bowl. Sunday on kfi am six forty live here on the iheartradio app.

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Bass in Your Face with T Money Green  Episode 71

PodcastDetroit.com

1:00:05 hr | 1 year ago

Bass in Your Face with T Money Green Episode 71

"You're listening to the PODCAST DETROIT visit. WWW dot I'd tested troy dot com before information unfortunately audience pleasing message acetone. I thought we had a show tonight. We got no go auto club shake my ass. No I need to show those out. Freezing themed saved message message Monday at three thirty five PM Yeah Yeah Tony Joked base. Who ooh Can uh-huh the home where Tony Green Detroit I we love? You will never forget you will always remember and cherish you. Hey A- fall but getting women no check check it out. This is a message center. Respect so all the difference deceased loved ones we lost in the Suppression Memories Together. The WETA lessons got us. recollected elected also sadness or depression them to question followed by dramatic expression wishing for his resurrection. MAKES YOU WANNA get a weapon. 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Well survey the sad data but is happy because he wouldn't want us to be sad because when I was telling him I was going to be San Eh so on the day after kills brother die very good friend of mine. The special person Dr Melvin Sue the US in store and you lived every second and did everything he wanted to. Before it was time ago I can only be soaking. I also just want to say my in Dallas as to you and your family and we both the city as a are you. I'm good. Yeah Ed this is a solemn set because as we feel right now You know he was totally a cancer liver year and I guess he lit over here. Yeah dipped so but he did everything with a a vegas. You will tour San Francisco Detroit. GEICO came Louis Right Arizona. Yeah Road Chair right road. Trips man he took it out. He was like I'm not sitting way for this Shit Alberta right for the family reunion. Yeah so it was good seeing him for that and everybody loved him so I guess that I can only be so lucky. Hopefully people care about me but when I go stay in that frame of mind. Because he wouldn't want this. Aw He would listen to the show and be like snap out of it. So that's what we're GONNA do not uh-huh pushing every move South Vicky. Okay we'll do this side. Melvin sues all the way to have it hey Okay so you know. Gave Cody and Emma Gig yesterday. Cody Jesse and colorblind and they Performed the Cannabis Lounge and not sure what it's called. Yeah I forgot forgotten what it is. Yeah but that's what it is you can go in there and smoke and his private club so you don't have to worry about nobody coming. In slapping. He said he was some handcuffs and Detroit so well this is still a legal legal. Yeah you know. Borderline Is Legal when they wanted to be legal and is not one is not because they'd be Jeff said the head anyway but I heard two GIG. What really good? And they thank me for Hook up and The Cannabis Lounge. Emma call him back. 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It was the first one was the first one. And that was dope. Rhyme Bello Ron Villains Who have to be myself shadow in olen Israel Israel titled self-titled and the Group? Don't run villains is US and on the live shows and live show show have a DJ. We have a DJ Brinda House love those Lopez and We have me and unusually to track these attract gear and guitar player. But GO TAVERN WE WENT TO DOPE RYAN VILLAINS UH-HUH DOPE DOPE be so we had the little game adobe could handle by like Briere of attending have figured you know you place your bets on what Color Brenda's is going to be that little oh fairy and then I'm an attic in the attic spill red ready play add they D- Tse. I was so confused by going. Oh addict here okay. Slang has a dope rhyme villains again with Oh Gee the DJ who produced that particular track I can't remember as I mean it's sad that I can't remember 'cause I know I'm like a good friend. who used to be with Eminem to back today? He just got a heavy drinking problem but we still haven't been in production. He's still cool. So we're we're keeping love. Nutella can't recall is name right and then not a child not analogy child The ever famous be death recipes. Another one gone too soon. he's We got some. I'm great songs on the tone-deaf album and I'll just keep playing until I could find a really good situation to You know put them out on no sense doing the despite despite if I and CD baby and all of that mess. It's just I mean I know you get one hundred percent of your money when somebody finally runs across so he sailed to to Gob as you get you know dollars. Yeah so it's not worth it to me. And then there was the how I cope which we Very famous Zack from rear rump society. Who by the way will be performing Hyped of live somewhere around me. Okay we go put the band together here. Our host abandoned the he was coming in right now. He's having a hell of not trying to put a bed together itself you know. Get in and it's supposed to be you know working it out before you know they just jamming and shit the TI. I don't know how to get them to you. Know learn stuff so I told him for that show. It'd be easy all you have to do is get yourself here and I have the musicians ready for them to You know practice couple as before his show and we go on to do it so I'm really looking forward to that. I haven't met met him yet. No you gotTA meeting. It's like my baby brother man. Exactly what's out for me to I like to say that this month have to live. Sessions is going to be blessed with the talents of none other than thrown out a Davis. I'm excited about that. And and major sponsor Sir major sponsor along with Detroit. The major concert. So yeah that makes it. That makes it you bomb when you've got people that you know you help each other out. You know what I mean not spread let your back you scratch mine especially when it's good but you know I always got your back. 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The history of Boeing and the future of passenger flight

The Science Show

31:49 min | 7 months ago

The history of Boeing and the future of passenger flight

"The science show on our end where we say farewell to the giant of the sky's the 747 and meet Michael Body the Boeing historian, but this is how it all began. On the seventeenth of December nineteen, zero, three in North Carolina. I new era in aviation began thanks to the flight of the Wright brothers, followers of all the achievements of the German Lilienthal who they considered to be the best designer and flight pilot of motorists machines. They constructed by plane which they named Flyer. It was equipped with a twelve horsepower four cylinder engine to drive two propellers, which spun on opposing directions. The. Honor of carrying out the flight was given to Wilbur Wright. Who won the toss of a coin? They turned on the engine, and the machines started to move slowly gaining speed until it managed to stabilize and take off for a short journey. Wilbur! Wright's flights only reached forty meters and lasted twelve seconds. Throughout that day Wilbur and his brother Orville carried out several flights until they achieved the length of two hundred and fifty meters in fifty nine. So. Mike where we standing. We are in the red. Barn. This is the building where Bill Boeing started the Boeing Company back in Nineteen Sixteen Nineteen sixteen. Wow, yeah, it's well one hundred and four years on now, so we passed our centennary this beautiful building, this part of the Museum of Flight Wonderful Museum just a few miles out of Seattle right an ongoing field so very historic. This airport was named after bill boy that was in one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, seven, twenty eight, and put Seattle on the map. Who was he? Was the son of German immigrants, his father had come to America like many immigrants to make a life. He settled in Detroit where he had timber and mining, and did quite well, but at a young age for Bill Boeing. His father passed on and Bill went to school and studied at Yale and didn't get on with his stepfather very well and decided to make his. His own way, so he came out to Washington to Seattle to invest in timber something he knew about from his father, but Timberland here and became a very wealthy young man. He was a bit of a renaissance man to he loves science technology boats cars was very interested in business, and in nineteen ten at an air show in Los, Angeles. He saw his first airplane. And Immediately He was just captivated. It became an obsession. He wanted to get a ride on an airplane at this air show. For four days, I was just a huge event. Dirigibles and you think of these by planes. Barn stormers and one of them was a fellow by the name of prolong was a French aviator very famous at the time and Bill Boeing went Tim's. Had you know like to get? A ride was able to speak to in French, and he said Hey. Mr Boeing not today, not today. I gotTA do some other flights, but come back tomorrow. And I said this. This event went on for four days Mr. Bowen came back and came back and finally. That fourth day Mr Pallone wasn't there. He was gone. He had been sued by the Wright brothers, so he had fled. So Mr going never got his ride in. It actually took him another about five years to get an airplane ride. And when he finally bought an airplane from Glenn Martin, famous pioneer of US aviation took it out for a flight didn't think it was that good of an airplane. and his response with his friend Conrad Westervelt Officer. Who in aviation fellow enthusiasts? They decided they could build a better. The Flyer of the Wright brothers was made for an ash tree, would and some parts of iron. Its wings covered with Muslin Fabric and bound together by iron filaments. The steering was managed by balancing the body of the pilot from side to side. This airplane symbolized a huge change in the history of aviation, as it's designed, comprised the necessary aerodynamic characteristics for flight. From this point onwards, numerous technical developments and engineering feats followed. It was a watershed in the history of aviation. Here we are say this amazing Lee. Huge area like a big hole made a wonderful would, and there's a model brought across two models in fact, looking at lathes. And what are they manufacturing here? They obviously is right now. This building was actually part of a shipyard. They made boats in here. Gentleman by the name of Heath who was shift right and Mr. Boeing had hired him to build his yacht now Mr Heath was a wonderful shipbuilder, but an awful business person, and so Mr Boeing it to help to get the business going in his yacht built. Offered to help out Mr Heath with his debts, and in return he would get this building. At one point, there's a floor above US quite high. Maybe twenty feet, and that was open, so there would they would build the boats right in here so in Mr Boeing took it over when he started the company in Nineteen Sixteen, they added the upper floor where they made wings. Of course is all woodworking. Say That outside in the main part of the whole? He's just huge in this museum. You've got so many aircraft. You've got to walk about forty going right back to. To the beginning, fuckers whatever yeah, there's a replica of the Wright Flyer so yeah, and even before that was some of the early gliders they did. This museum was started actually my predecessor, the former historian at Boeing Ken. Bill Boeing. Junior Mister Boeing son got together to move this building so this where we're at right now. This building was actually several miles up. There's a river right here. The duwamish river in this used to sit there because like I said it was a shipyard. And so they moved it here and around it they built a museum, and this was done by Boeing employees and Boeing leaders. As a home for all of the wonderful achievements that Boeing employees have -CCOMPLISH over one hundred years now my last time I was here sector sitting at Boeing at one of the places where they manufacturer. Many planes and I was in the dreamliner and twenty years later, having sat there and looked at the innovations mainly of the cabin. Actually 'cause. That's where I sit next to a Muslim sit. Twenty years later. There's a plane flying. It takes that long to make new plane right. Airplanes are very complex, and the market is very complex work that goes into developing a new commercial airplane. It's quite incredible and one of the interesting things is if we look at one of the famous ones is the seven forty seven. And how that airplane came to be all the different ideas which should be a double decker? Still when I'm standing on the tarmac, and I'm looking up simple seven. That count fly its beak. Unbelievable and that it's absolutely what they said at the time when Boeing was building airplane, and even as it's rolling down the runway, there were people at that point like no, it's not gonNA. And so and that's one of the wonderful parts of our business that so much of our history is doing things that people think are impossible. Really, that's what I think defines Boeing best is that we do those things that other people think are either too hard or downright impossible, and that's what we do. Yeah, and was it the simple some the other day that broke the record going. Going transportation wasn't that. Yeah, that was wonderful. Yeah, it's amazing things you can do with a tailwind right and think it was two hundred miles an hour, and interestingly the seven forty seven is such a large airplane. It is actually the fastest of the commercial jet subsonic jet purposely built for speed with considerable sweep to the wings and such things that you'd see in a fighter, Jim. So it is very fast, the incredible thing is I was reading this the other day in the Scientific American? I think it was the February edition of Sunday. American the physicists still say there is no complete theory of how planes fly well, it's probably have to ask some of our arodynamicists. I know they're pretty sure. They know what they're doing, but. But they're you know that's the interesting thing about this business. As you know being somebody who's very interested in science that especially with technology, there's always unknowns, and that's what makes us interesting and challenging working in a technology business, and you see that throughout the history of aviation that those are known. Sometimes they bite you about overcoming those is been a big part of it, and I think we've done a pretty amazing. Amazing job of overcoming a Lotta that quick personal question before I. Ask you about the future, and that is due flying yourself apart from being a passenger while I have flown, saplings have been able to fly, because pretty bad eyesight, but I got that fixed recently, and that's the first thing my son said so you're gonNA. Go Out and get your pilot's license. I, said well. You know me very well, so. It's still a possibility. Nineteen ten was the year of aviation competitions on over the world together with great feats, such as those achieved by the Peruvian Chavis who flew over the Alps or the involvement of women in the challenges of Aviation Opin. Amazed by the Frenchwoman Raymonde Delaroche the first female in history to get a pilot license. This year the first attempts of developing jet propulsion started. Hall Recall Wanda built a jet engine which became the forerunner of the use of jets to create the power of thrust. Furthermore the first endeavors began to transport passengers by Zeppelin in Germany and by airplane in France. The Young William Boeing trying to make himself a name in Los Angeles, while the French pilot Paulhan performed flights for army officers invited by. Companies who tried to convince them of the great possibilities, airplanes had as a weapon of attack and defense. Well here we saw. Two Thousand Eight hundred three seventy corners. And virtually the hundredth anniversary of commercial flight, because I think that was around October, one, thousand, nine, hundred nineteen. And there are three main companies who have done that. They vie for the position of number one turn. Qantas's the long continuing one because k. l. m.. Stop during the Second World War, but anyway hundred years, and we know what happens. We've got these great big jets, and we all queue up and we sit there for a long time. How is it going to change in the future? Do you think what sort of imagination Boeing and elsewhere talking about why I think you've seen some of the changes recently? We've really focused on that passenger experience, and as you say, you've been in the dreamliner, the research that our team has done on what it is to sit in that seat for all those hours and receive sitting in that cabin I. It's just amazing. The result of that were the bigger windows and having the blue lights in the ceiling, giving them more of that feeling of openness, so there's some of the new technology and composite and other stronger structures have been able to put more atmosphere into the airplane. So you have a more comfortable flight, even getting some moisture in there. I don't feel so dry, so there's that focus on passenger experience now as far as getting to our destination quicker, which is probably the next important question, one of the other things that the. The dreamliner. Did I think unless you're really an aviation enthusiast? You might have missed this. One of the great benefits that airplane has given to the world is point to point travel with the one thing that I think that really is hard for a lot of travel. Is You fly to one airport and you're not done. You WanNa be done, but you're. You're still miles and miles from home. You have to get on another airplane and get to your destination, so the hub and spoke and the seven eight seven challenged that whole structure to the aviation industry that. With the economy, the efficiency of that airplane raval to fly directly to our destination anywhere in the world. So that was one of the other great advances. People might not even recognize that, but it's made flying a lot easier for many of us, but it can future when we talk about I think the question is speed, and we've looked at that in the past with the sonic cruiser that would fly near the speed of sound, mock one and get us to our destination, maybe fifteen twenty percent quicker back to the concord radio. That supersonic has always been that dream. That's just been on the edge. It's still really not economical. Still, burn too much fuel, and that's just physics so. Where we're looking in. Here's what you might see as well. We'll just skip a step. Go Past, supersonic run into hypersonic. So at five times, the speed of sound or faster along with these recent advances of traveling into orbit commercial space. I think we'll see. The next grade. Advance of air travel will be traveling at those speeds of flying out of the atmosphere coming back down from Australia you fly to anywhere in the world, and just a couple of hours rather than many many hours. As long as they. Get to the airport the other end. They don't make you go around. The other day when I go to Sydney. Okay, we were ahead of time and yes, traffic control, and so we did two circuits and I said to the steward I say. Could you just check with the captain? How much that cost? Any. At three to four grand, yeah, just for fifteen minutes going around well in wasted fuel well I. Think I've been on a couple of flights for. The plane taxied longer than it actually flew so. Those things happen, but I think what's amazing. You look at it and this is just thinking about. Tell you recently over the holidays here that millions and millions of people flew in here in the Northern Hemisphere Rain, wind, cold ice snow, the whole bit darkness, not a single problem. Millions and millions and thousands of flights are going in and everybody got to destinations no issues. That may I. say the cost in fuel because here we are. The fuel is becoming more and more expensive. The climate change problems more more obvious. And there are experiments being done looking at Electric Planes Ryan, and even Sola driven plans which have flown. Yeah, and I think that's another great point that we'll see in the future of Boeing has been working on this for decades, and we've really been a leader in addressing those issues you think back to to nineteen seventy th first day, and really this the start the consciousness of taking care of mother Earth since that time Boeing has been working on building our planes that are green, starting with the some five seven and the seven six seven with the high bypass engines, and being designed for efficiency for saving fuel, and we've continued that recently. We've were doing a lot of. Of pioneering work with new fuels, biofuels, and you've seen a lot of airlines testing those out, but we've done allowed that work we have a program called the ECO demonstrator. We take a one of our commercial airplanes and put all sorts of experiments in it that will help find new ways to make airplanes even more efficient, even more green, but I think. If you really look at it, you'll see that this is one industry. It's far ahead of any other in really taking on that challenge to make our products green. How many staff people in Seattle have you got working for Boeing? Let's see here in Seattle. What do we have about forty forty thousand people I believe. Counted recently. I lost count the other day. Seattle is the home for our commercial airplane organization, and it's historically the home for the Boeing Company we also have a considerable amount of people spread across the country, working in our defense and space sites in Saint Louis, and down the southeast of the country hunts signs the other day doing experiment right well, and this is one of the really fascinating areas that we're working on our legacy of Boeing you know. Know we're in the midst of the fiftieth anniversary of Apollo and we look back at Apollo, the Boeing and the companies that have joined us. Our heritage companies McDonnell Douglas. North American. That was the team that went to the moon. We all team together back in nineteen sixties built that Saturn Apollo spacecraft, and since then every spacecraft that's carried NASA astronauts, every US built spacecraft except for the Lunar Lander landed on. On the moon everything from the x fifteen to the International Space Station and the space shuttle are all part of Boeing heritage, so we really have the only legacy of that, and so we're continuing now with the star liner and opening up this whole new era for humanity of of space travel just the same way. The airlines started like say hundred years ago while we're seeing that again today with opening travel. Travel to orbit and I think you're going to see in the future. That's going to grow rather quickly. When do you think we will have an electric plane? We're working on that now and I think there was some news just the other day and we have a partnership with the team new. Zealand and aircraft called the Kora which is an vitale. One of these air taxi personal vehicle, so he tested that. So this is something that it's coming fast or not. It's coming fair and because there's a silent aircraft being worked on in Cambridge for. Twenty three years. Which you wait and you wait wait. Yeah, well. There's a lot of challenges to making electronic vehicles and I. Think Boeing did a hydrogen fuel cell. Test Airplane. Fifteen years ago when The technology's been there, but being able to scale up I. Think is the issue now. You're talking to his story about current technology. You might not get the best words on all that, but the general trends are with electron electric solar power. Those sorts of things that have been studied for a long time. The efficiencies getting better and I think at some point in the future you will see that's that's the direction. It's going, but I think you'll see it. I didn't some of these urban mobility personal vehicles the taxes that we see so many different companies working on now. Don't mind. I. Structure over. Four zero zero five. This is Boeing Tower. You're clear to make a straight in approach to runway one three. When South West to five, gusting three five extreme caution eighty to ninety degree right crosswind reported harbor or Five Ron John. How people doing with the very blockages, various sets that have happened in the last couple of years. Big Staff and aircraft on the ground, not taking off. How'd you deal with it well? Boeing has been around for one hundred years and we've seen a lot of adversity in this business where we do things like I said earlier. We do things that other people think are too hard to do or impossible. And we look back at our history and we've seen times. When after the First World War that Bill Boeing was faced with closing the company. There wasn't any business, and he actually kept going with the money from his own account. He kept his team here. He said you know if we make it through these years these upcoming one or two years. If we make it through, there'll be no turning back and he was right. And that really sets a tone for us. We saw in nineteen thirties. The depression at the end of World War Two. There was a downturn famously at the beginning of the nineteen seventies with the recession worldwide recession in cancellation of our S. T. and there was the famous sign will the last person to leave Seattle please turn out the lights, so we've seen adversity, and we've overcome it, and that's part of our DNA. Boeing. That's the culture here that we have that in our background at center blood so I think everybody here working hard and will. The company will continue. Finally here we are where we began in the Museum of. Flight, I don't know how many aircraft you've got hanging up there on the ground, the whole of history flight when young people come in when you get visitors, what do they look at and what excites some most one of the great things about flight I've always thought other than the creative power that goes into making great art and sculpture and music. There are I think the one thing beyond that that really work humanities. Creative spirit really shines in flight. And I think that it makes it easy for us that capture that imagination when you hear a plane fly over up and see it, and and there's just there's something primitive inside of us right that when ancient people looked up at birds, and said yeah, you know it. Chris and data loose and Greek astronomers, looking to the stars and drying them into constellations. That dream has been there. Maybe you shouldn't have mentioned curious well, yeah. You know I mean that's just such a part of history of technology, right in and sciences. We Teddy Roosevelt. said it best. You know you get into the arena, and sometimes you fail, but you gotTA. Pick yourself up and go, and and it is part of this grand adventure is that it's a business? It's a science. It's technology technology been aerospace's is something we have to accept you're gonNA. GonNa face challenges. You have to have the strength to overcome them in the imagination to create that innovation and discovery to move it forward and I think that's what we build these great edifices to that you think about it other than again the arts. What do we build museums for aviation everywhere? It's just something that captures the imagination. It's one of the greatest things we do. We've. Broken the bonds of Earth we've broken the bonds of gravity and traveled into space and it really it. One of the greatest things we do is humanity is is achieving flight so I think it is easy to get that inspiration to create that wonder and that dream in the next generation. Will actually Sonos seven and much greater acceptance of air travel. It was obvious that if that efficiency could be built another airplanes, the whole transportation system, take off and produce quite a bit of benefits to everybody including prophets to the operator so Boeing then pursue medium airplanes like the seventy seven, and finally all the way down to the little seven three seven, so the jets really. Really cover the whole field air travel really did take off because of the jets, and it was obvious that the next step is to try and satisfy a bigger market demand. More people wanted to travel. The cost of air travel is still a little bit too high. The way to improve that is to go after better efficiency, which meant improved engines and better aerodynamics better structure. And larger capacities. Boeing! and. Discussing the situation with major potential customers was amazed to find out that the airplanes. We were thinking too small. And that really was bringing into being an airplane, the size of the seven forty seven. That size was not picked by bowling. It was picked by airlines like an American British Airways Lufthansa Japan Airlines. And it was quite a shock to we engineers when they asked us to produce in that lurch especially with a brand, new style of engine called a high bypass ratio engine. And you have to give a lot of credit to engine manufacturers without those engines, we couldn't be making their type airplanes like some forty seven. But the combination of a very efficient high bypass ratio engine, also it gives us the ability to lift capacity to the air that produced offering economic suck really produced air transportation as we know it today. It was a very very bold gamble. Boeing was putting the network of the company and online. it exhausted. Boeing Resources and Boeing Pretty thin financially you at the time we'd Bloomberg. The I seven forty seven. I think that Kinda gamble would be hard to take today. On February, the ninth nine, hundred, sixty, nine, after days of Subzero conditions, the sudden force of Niche crew were ready for the first flight. The rain and code conditions stool. And the hopeful breaking the weather did not materialize. They waited for a break in the dodge that covered paine field to Everett Washington state. Then just before noon, the hope for breaking the town's game and the seven four seven screw decided to attempt a take off. Just a thousand yards of runway, the sixteen wheeled three hundred seventeen largest passenger aircraft in the world took to the air. The Qantas plane that said goodbye to stray at this week, the grand seven four seven. An Irish with Boeing historian Michael Lombardi at the flat museum in Seattle. And our best wishes to all those in the aviation industry as they ride these turbulent times. So what's next in the air? Here's Sancho producer David Fisher with thoughts of frequent flyer. I have to admit it. I probably fly too much till use to. A long haul must use Use Zealand for the weekend, and all those domestic flights all possible. If you're a sleuth for cheap fares, a lot to think I am. And now aviation is transforming. It into what? The industry's been pummeled as the world response to the virus. Many international borders shot travelers from the US not welcomed in Europe here in Australia. Incoming passengers now have to pay for two weeks hotel, quarantine, and in Sydney. You need to be one of just three hundred fifty lucky arrivals permitted each day. Qantas said it might be a year before international flights are back to normal. That'd be lucky. Meanwhile Airlines are moving away from large aircraft. The trend has been on for a while, but now the changes sped up. Qantas has just retired its last seven, four seven after impressive fifty years of service. British Airways have retard the entire fleet of thirty to seven four sevens, just like that. Then this the eighty which never worked for airlines operating costs silage. If the aircraft isn't full, it runs at a loss passes, loved it with all that space, but the hub model of flying supported by jumbo aircraft was even out of date when the first three eighty two passengers back into thousand and seven. A used a three eighty is now worth nothing. Sure they can be parked in a desert somewhere and most will be brought back into service, but the second hand value. Zip. Smaller more efficient aircraft such as the seventy seven main point to point is now the way. Rather than two to three hours to a hub, a long flight to a second hob followed by another two three hours. You can likely get to distance with one flight. Is it time for a radical new approach new aircraft new technology? The triangulate blended wing form has been on the drawing board for over ten years. This is known as the silent aircraft. It office far less drag than the tube design familiar with with the engines mounted above the wing, shielding those on the ground from engine noise, although there's the not so small problem of how to get everyone out fast enough in emergencies. Engines. The present design is a compromise of efficiency between high and low altitude flying. Just as wings change shape for takeoff, cruise and landing so could. especially the nozzle where the gas exits at the Rio offering huge savings in burnt fuel and emissions and one of electric aircraft, if batteries can be developed with sufficient grunt, aircraft to the future wouldn't have to lift all that fuel. Shaw batteries are heavy, but for some flights, the white calculations a tipping on the side of batteries. Today's planes burn fuel to carry fuel and reducing emissions from aviation is a priority. Any Zealand and engine manufacturer, Rolls Royce or exploring hybrid jet fuel electric plans for short flights, but sadly there up against Boeing and Airbus who have shown a lack of enthusiasm. These radical new designs can take up to twenty years to make it to production and with the whole sector bleeding end on life support. I wouldn't be surprised if research took a backseat for a while. And how to judge future demand for air travel until we have a vaccine and treatment for covert flying is likely to main being cooped up for hours, wearing a mask with little interaction with other passengers or crew, as everyone will be wearing a mask at might end up being essential travel only for quite some time. Let's hope this new world is a temporary one. Yes, let's hope with David Fisher.

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Bass in Your Face with T Money Green  Episode 60

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This was listen listen. They said if anybody would give up their ticket for eight hundred dollars. Do you know how quick i had gale wasn't going in yeah. That was going. I said gail get that run up there. We give out server server because usually they say you know a ticket. You too can take anywhere somewhere but eight hundred dollars. That's how canada does it will fly air canada uh-huh anytime for eight hundred dollars. I yeah so when i see what i mean like we'll go away canadian. It's still it's still good. Yeah yeah so check hang coming back. You know we missed our connection now so that was on that was their fault and so they put us up in the beautiful hotel sheraton ran for for night and gave us food vouchers and so so we had a nice dinner and i had to pay like two dollars and fifty cents because we ate really good uh-huh so that was really really nice that your turn out good so then we made it back and minnows my know what snoop and warren read where at soaring eagle and then he's called me and sent taste. You said t come on down man. I don't know how far it is and i want to tell him. It was two hours away so i just told him we'll be there so we rented a nice s._u._v. and wrote up there and had the time my life with snoop and warren g. They loved gail beautiful pictures. You know how i know right. We know how selfish look. I'll pictures. Don't look like selfie pictures. Look like it was a family. I mean there's nothing but smiles big smiles. They hadn't seen me in awhile and they really <hes> they love deals. Yes so we remember him be death by that first song for you by b who's no longer with us but i have the distribution adam and universal so i will be he put an allergist put some easy to god music out <hes> which is going to pop off. I know his level up. He did pretty decent by itself but now with universal he's he's brought the level up so <hes> yeah and then after that my family <hes> have found really right right and then that was pretty good but we slept. We were so tired after we ate. We laid this sleep late yup. They said tony you slept like at least i'm here right did make it. Yes and you brought the the rest of your family out to enjoy the year. Yeah get out much right wise so i'm kind of missing my kids but they'd be calling me talking to me so that's really good. I think my son is getting ready to not working for universal because they love what he did with website. We know tony has always <hes> tony whatever she wants to do. I'm committed the horizon behind everything that happens fi. What else do we do. Do we did the funk festival. We played the phone with all that weather and in it then it cleared up for us of course he was ninety nine degrees then out of nowhere it rained and by the time we played. It was seventy eight but nobody had power. Nobody's houses that yeah power we have power out there generate so we was good and so they kept us away from our podcast show he had bought gas detroit for for a whole month and then there was the trip to soaring eagle this. We had to take my family to soaring eagle for the birthday for for my brothers sisters birthday now. We're here yeah now. We we got over. It and you have a family family family family family family to the point. Now's house like hide from fam. Come up with bush logan. Let's go into the second half. I don't know where we're gonna play. Hey but i'll explain it to you after we do a couple of songs. We don't talk a little more to you today. We'll come back with the next thing is we've got coming up <hes> so sticking stay. Don't don't go away. We'll be back facing face t money green gail sue and we got the beat within his jess. What's it like to have angel watch sport fit bear in mind and recognized that we've been dealing fill in this race times get to not true passion every physical blake. They seem to be connected. Somehow must be around. I'm just saying i do believe fairytales comes from wesleyan dragon castle so you can you read my wife waking up to each other. You know you hit him. What you want me to let you win. The type of magic at work needed auto join in his work. There's nothing wrong. We're here at all old making what should meet him the luminous. I'm assuming i'm right all sites we own high at browns from the destinies freely you you see the sides defeated nothing to be on. A gun slept with the point. 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The pressure slowly impressing on the dow peace most of these phony polling wrong piece and that's a lot of weight and cranium up and again thanking say recycled back tasted the gaza crates lady guinness shape france but i'm gonna keep pressing with the deep message into they ended their resentment. The president will be read red been too early death bed. It is now <music> <music> way and then uh-huh <music> a back back remember and be <hes> sacred while wally. They had too many pringles. I s awesome three rocky wallis. All is kinda. Put princeton wally remind wow sorry wally gator <hes> and then we had then we had have you been on your mind by message and codeine with colorblind and older. I guys i got to deal for right. I got them to deal for his stuff starting to show up everywhere. I'm happy everybody stuff is starting to show up to show that universal serious what we're doing and whoever you love. He didn't burn that bridge because it's hard to make it out here. It is the last thing you wanna do is snub somebody that can really help you because in his funky up down the line so we over that and everybody's the bomb it was good seeing everybody at the air taylor daddy of all daddy's the ha two beautiful daughters in a beautiful way tonight. Maybe talking about another one. Don't be a girl. No oh gosh we're gonna have three girls. It's errands fault. You have three girls the three girls and then a lot of toilet paper okay us and you gotta have a gun when you gotta stack like that. I have no reason but i'm not gonna worry about that. That's my and it's not even moving for. Some reason uh to beach by kilo kilo warranties are up sixteen on and get a few of my favorite people rap on it and get this going right through pipeline like tony. If you get any of those guys on it. We'll push that shit immediately and i was like i know you will high us. Would you get snow. You know what i mean and the regulator mild up and we always ended up with warranty they come into the cannabis cup which have seventeenth and eighteenth to in two weeks and i'm having shield at my spot so we'll we'll get in touch with the tang warren g get all of them over there. What i'll face i know ghost face killer myself now so i won't be going through. No one plus going to be looking at it like hold on. I'm security so the fake guy security at russell and him. We'll be getting into it. I wanna see better with homeboy security security. You just called me and i listened to your name. Wave you choked out. I can say she was choked up. She told me she'd be selena. There's nothing i can do like ten miles away when you okay. I'm going in the house now. You like all right. Put put me on speaker so i can make sure you don't tell them are ammo. I don't do too late talk to guys on the other phone. Call the cops on the other phone. Don't protect your phone liens. Oh okay can i hear a little little bit from the choir choir choir. You can hear from the fire all right assume saying i can obliterate all those other sound effects jagdeo yes so this you're not calling people while that's known as rocky in that celli <hes> in chile probably some old beans or something will come out nasty to no using the bathroom here at podcast i should. There's nobody around go right ahead. I'm leaving after the they should leave it to and now just leave someplace else uh-huh his mask. Yes get off of that talk about more interesting wresting things. I'd like what we got coming up. We have a performance. It became part coming on saturday night to money money green in france so i'm bringing people yeah i'm bringing in extra people for roadwork of play the last set but the first set is going to feature me and bb queen bb. Queen is a hell of a guitar player singer other blues just like b._b. King only be between as female think and <hes> uh. I'll have tyrol's perform tea rose to rose yeah. I'll be missing. It was sometime i call it can be tyrol's yeah cacique to listen. I wanted to save you so anyway and then i'm macaw gary strauss now that he's back home. You can help me okay play a little bit on the <hes> the blues stuff you know what i mean so we just smoke nice fat ass joining have a nice time. He can play well. I wanted him to was a matter of fact. Let me call him back that i mean because you play on something really turned it into a more than anybody on. Just pay yourself more. That's sounds all right. That's the time it used to be. Don't take a dime out for yourself. That's crazy like shut up trying to treat my van better than a lot of bears. Let's be treated in a church. What say say so. It's really good. I'm looking forward to the cannabis cup which is in two weeks which is fifty feet from my fabulous sweet. Ooh that's perfect. I mean defeat lockout and there's all the we one hundred feet okay but this so close. It's probably in the exhibition hall well. If it's an expiration out but you come over to the elevator was that for that that's more than fifty feet like what probably you're talking the width of the parking lot okay and then places just make it a winter puggle. Okay the winter the parking lot but you're the other building you know you try to discourage. People know listen. Gail won't be there. Yes i will well working working. She won't be there just come on his fifty feet from exhibition centre. Trust me no tapash. You only want certain people. I'm only gonna have who along strictly v._i._p. It was that you wouldn't be there physically team v._i._p. And there's a throwdown in the studio lord order warrant invites you and you know you also cool now. He probably will t- will gale and i'll be like oh kelly. Would you ryan clubs. You took him. I know i will remain my you know sell the whole little winfrey the dog so <hes> yes so this has been good. We've had <hes> <hes> quite. A july obviously calmed down some but man mohan snooping wind got together. It was like old times like yesterday. I missed the hell out of me to twenty five years ago yeah. We're gonna put some nice work together. Yeah that was twenty five years hard to believe. It was many years ago years. Just go by really fast. Those are the best kind of friends because you don't talk to him every day but you pick up right where he left. A good low-maintenance friend right got a good point this. That's why you're hired. Uh-huh done would acquire say they said this that sound effects obviously not a sound effect requiring. All we do what you got uncle. Mike's box shot. I talked to mike sad onto uncle. Mike yeah mike they listening to your song whoa. He told me this weekend. It'd be fine to hear in your song. He'd been busy. My cost has been busy uncle mike but <hes> on the blues i changed a couple of the words and i'm ready to sing it now now for real you had a little too light. I'm slapping the slapping slapping them all in the face. You get rid of the slap. It was a little a little city outside of grand rapids costs slab aho number now. That was an a. city. What is it that was like exc some weird resort name or something and slap aho and that's what it looked like it spelled and that was like on the way back and forth from blue lake but this level so at the brothel good things he's indian reservation. We just don't pronounce it properly obscene slap. Oh oh l._a._p._d. Dash dash old man. I'm calling me the play man this level at a minute. Try you know they'd like to take your money at the casinos they do. I'd like to give you some which we want some money. Thanks for thanks today. I had my dad poland. He's eighty eight with dementia but i had him pulling the lever a geeky mo like come on dad. You can do it man. You can do next thing. I know the three seven hundred and fifty dollars later. We ought to hear thank you dad. You did a great job. Let me and we took it in. His favorite. Pastime is eating to eat twice. Fan man likes us food didn't he does he. Did you marry my daddy so much. No because we both eight to i we had some sandwiches a yeah and then we had ice cream my daddy's favorite ice cream ice ice cream up to uh-huh hilo brady come to take going. We don't know where it goes because he's in his. I don't know what but he used should be. A big old rugged guy man so he just you know. I don't forget when he was laveno. Your dad yeah just boil it all down the block you scream and then you go back to your friends. The teams that you know that was billy crowd laugh. We have in home home studio audience in home studio in how they brought it with us ok studio hours and and <hes> say beats by kilo beat his only because right now this is the one ready to jump everybody on sixteen buyer so you rappers out there. There's probably hearing track. I miss new commit on his part that being apart right there year slippy slap me boy still got a hell of a song with him. Swiss beats man i love it took his right and took it right back to where we left out. G funk helluva rap and swiss beats from atlanta so how he figured that <hes> <hes> chemistry out is besides me but he did and he did a good job so listen. You got nothing else to say you you back to work monday. Yeah you love your job shut up. I just asked you in the car. You love your job. You said yeah no. I said i like it. Close to the thin line between liking love not like umag monday in quite a few meetings at the office lately quite a few but t roles. I'm looking forward to her. My boy will muhammad and looking forward to the roadway crew planet third-set sir. I'm looking forward to be between and t- lenny lane and gave us and maybe gary gary strauss. Yes gary the government three get him. They're bad and he went to amsterdam paris. Last appearance. I told the go all the way up to the eiffel tower and look with me and dog scratched our names that she's been painted ended over or other people to put the right right right and then they paint over so we're in the eiffel towers blood blood under the paint. Yes for good under that. You can't take away our names so so you had to get convinced to go to the top of the eiffel tower right. I had to be first and food but there was an elevator because i was not going to walk. One hundred fifty fifty steps up to the top lights. Yeah it could be a hundred and fifty flights. Even all i know is that elevator was slow but it went all the way to the top. We're gonna go off on the fifth day. You know this is after nine eleven. Was it yeah so i'm like man. Should we even be of year like this. A plague had come right now just mack over the knife eiffel tower. That'd been horrible yeah. That would have been an uncomfortable things like that. I was really scared overseas. The last trip we took because the irish republican army was going through some shit too and we played ireland so they were like maybe five hundred miles to the south of us coming this way way you know but we played our show and then left. You know that's kinda funny. How stuff going on you know that you need to be listening to your c._n._n. It at all times overseas because shit changes and before you know it is sniper attack or something and you over there in that town like you know like obama. Emma could have been home with sniper attack and need to use my facebook for that. Do we know our passports awards. Are i know where you said. You put them. Okay okay. It's been a while. It's been a while. It's been a month. No we're not oh. I just wanted to know where it is. In case i get the bone out really quickly. Okay okay yes so let me see what we got coming up. What's next on blue heart and nine electric heating lech. Excuse me blue harbor my boys zach and red rump society the band. You're the bad all media outlets. He's starting to get a pre starting to pick up to but i'm gonna release his other sons after you get through playing. What am i gonna do shit on spotify or i sit sit there like a paperweight. I mean that's all to do when you you know you know. Let's you put in a lot of money down with you. Know promote to promote it. I mean it's just going to sit. There and try had a bait people right so but universally like okay. We're like just whip with ten grand behind it and see what it does well. We'll put fifty thousand behind see needed <hes> and that's having a budget makes a big difference to have shit said like a paperweight so in electric paperweight at that so it doesn't even in way that much was speaking electric one of the songs as electrocuted coming up but messy j. kobe and codeine today. We still looking at me like tony. Are you fucking moron man. We keep saying jay and you know. I just couldn't get a hold of what was happening but i'm not the secretary either you but you liked english yeah. I really loved english but i don't like broken in english broken. English is when you say the wrong shit. Somebody else called you a moron for twelve. Oh time platinum go artists your moron so next week we will be back and we'll be uh-huh. We'll be playing the show later but it's much later in the day so we are going to say i miss the show. I know any more podcasts outcasts until winter possibly okay. Maybe not know the cannabis. Cup is the following weekend. I'ma ahmadou coming here do that. Then run to the cannabis gut okay to my fabulous suite that i will have on crip mode all blue lights. I think dash rip rock in the flintstones. I don't know how do they can't see. I can't describe it shoulders. The only way you cheer cheer walking yeah cause. You ain't grit welcome. That's the dad's root rago. You hand. Talk okay ship. We'll get to the music man. 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E22 Lynsey Hooper and The Offside Rule

Unofficial Partner Podcast

34:40 min | 1 year ago

E22 Lynsey Hooper and The Offside Rule

"Hello it's ridiculous and you're listening to the unofficial partner podcasts. Welcome Lindsey Hooper's our guest this week. She's a sports journalist and broadcaster who who with Hayley McQueen and kate four say is one third of the offside rule regular presenting sky sports and for primarily productions we talked to Lindsey at the bonds offices in old street London as ever you can hear Sean Singleton the publisher of an official partner in the recording. If this is your first time with US feel free to dive Vinter Archive fire unofficial partner dot com where you can hear plenty of interviews with a wide range of guests from Charlie so rory solid Steve Martin Ed Smith. There's a lot there if you're a regular listener it'd be great if you could rate and review us on Itunes or wherever you listen to podcasts really helps other people find us thanks a lot and and his Lindsay Okay Lindsey who woke him to East London bombs offices today. Show US right now. Doing the ball is to from luxury. A tissue is very very very trendy so Lindsay this rule with that stall where to begin okay. Thanks very much for having me by the way we started actually in in vary three grand beginnings because it was the three of us myself capable say who worked for Sky News Sky Sports at the time majority in in sport but she also is a news journalist as well and Hailey McLean who's been a staple presenter now for many years on on Sky Sports News and the three of us all what what to sky sports at the same time so we would come across each other in the makeup room and we would talk football and we'd giggle and gotten very well and I don't think it really dawned on us until that big occasion happened. If you rewind about two hundred twelve there was the richer KS and Andy Gray sacking they've got dismissed from sky and it was over comments of of women fundamentally maybe not knowing the offside rule which really hurts us because we thought well not only of you insulted all women to say that they possibly couldn't understand why they involved in football which is effectively what that message seemed to say but you've also insulted insult us as colleagues now we work here we work in football and in particular. Haley who's very held in high esteem there and and sending one of their fluctuate presenters then you think wow is that is that really the hidden feeling and if that's what our colleagues are thinking what are the audience thinking yet we really we do stuff you know this and there are people and I think that happens with with men and women there are people that black it there are people that maybe don't know as much but actually most most people that have a real passion or certain dedicate as much of their lives something as as any of us have usually know about it and we knew that just from those conversations stations we tied in the makeup room and so I had come from a in particular come from a radio background so a little bit ahead of the game in terms of knowing about podcast 'cause because back then they weren't very popular and they were still starting out. I think only football ramble really was going at that time and I just said let these guys are doing this and and that didn't really well but we have a women and what we have an opinion for. I change not just a script that we're reading from something why we really get to show and demonstrate demonstrate that we we know what we're talking about said that is where it was born from and what was the keys ricky amy grain moment that was saw that talk to seem to the outside team seemed to culture question within sky was that what was it like because it seemed to be the most. Ludi fish environment of of my experience wasn't great. I'M NOT GONNA deny it but I think it has changed Salat since I left for the better and of course Haley still there and I know I know from speaking to her how brilliant is now on many levels and it needed to be because when I was there the was just too much emphasis on looks for the women and and not enough about knowledge and it pretty much for me came down to the fact the I was up for a job and someone who knew nothing about football got it and I was taught told could isis dynasties or anywhere could work on my head rather than working on my Hatami look it. They thought they'd work on the other person's knowledge which they didn't so. I that was the final Straw for me really because I knew that I didn't have that typical what I would say typical but there was a Scott Sports News Lug. I guess I was always hopeful that eventually it would move on and I mike and I really did with my boss in particular at the time I really wanted to wear them with my knowledge of football and I remember on a few occasions grilling me about Lower League teams in the answers and him him below well and it would be she knows her stuff. Maybe we put out with the wind in your hair. Remember that saying you know my Miami podcast. 'cause some people might be listening. Think my God she might be the back end of a bus. I'm not that bad I might hey. I think hi mcclay Bali Francis call credit for that. In terms of the change in that was a big decision at the time get rid of he's great was that was a huge decision and and a lot of people really love them and that would have been quite a decision to make but I think it started what has become now a the advent of women in football I still I still think there are issues. I still think that everyone is trying to do the right thing and it's brilliant and I'm seeing so many more faces and voices and I think that's great each but in terms of some of the colleagues that I looked up to because we all have that take me when we come into a business that we have role models and some of the people that I looked up to. I just don't see enough enough of now and I'm like what is that. Is that Class Tomlinson. She is still working but she was a pioneer sue coming down on a little bit in age probably Jackie o people like that inject. Jackie's just join sky but that's great to say but I don't feel like I see enough of those the people that really pave the way for me to be able to do. I do and I think that might be an age thing and that really concerns me because I think that's the next thing that needs addressing because it's great getting in as many entry level and I'm and I'm living that you know the offside rule. We often reach out and try and get new people in from universities. Give them that I experience and some of them have gone onto brilliantly and really well. Am I feel like my responsibility now. Turn into the people that are older than me and I'm I'm probably a bit of that is selfish as well as safeguarding my own future because you worry as well you know the government is telling us about seventy probably all be maybe even older and won't be the what what's the what you see now because we're in this obviously coming off the back of the women's. World Cup and everyone here that loss people launched coached sort of women focused media crop products go from the Telegraph and you can sort of see that there is something happening and then and in the sponsorship market always overblown reaction to that they will vote on who knows great but what's still to be done. Well I think from a marketing point of view. That's starting to get it right. I mean you go to Stamford Bridge now and you will see a huge photo in the club shop of Frank Kirby equal to what you would have lassie's scene of huge absolutely brilliant and you walk through the cheap heap stations and the water the football station and you see posters images but I would say that they are one of very few clubs that have managed to to do that and putting more resources into marketing but why would we talk about marketing and there is still teams that aren't even fully professional. You know that's where the money needs to go first because we need our players to have an equal paine field and not isn't an equal paying field. That's just the ability to be able to do this as a full time job and that still isn't the case up and down. The country is getting so much better. We have a professional league. We've seen leaks to up around Europe and around the world where now I players can also go abroad. You know we've seen big news for Lucy bronze to Leon and seeing Tony token who went to Barcelona Madrid. There are those opportunities but I think it starts with the the fact that the sport sport isn't a good place but then the next thing is that you have to get that message out to an audience and that does come with backing it comes with sponsors coming on board and and and also wanting to be a part of the journey now we look at working with brands all the time on podcast and what we want is is a very good but they're not as good as the totally football shores the football ramble but what we want is someone who will work with us because they want to grow with us and we've been there in the beginning you especially in women's football and we want people who want to be part of that. It's not just a sponsor thing. It's not just here's some money and at Brown gets all of this the back of it and you get this off the back of it. I think it's a now about relationships and people working together and I think that's what needs to happen. In football to eight needs to be when these brands come on board that they're in for the long term and I think continental tires were very good because they're still they're doing Esi they they. They put their name to women's. Fa Cup in is still there so those are the sorts of broadens that I think people need to follow. It's no good coming in on the whim of the back of the really successful World Cup and thinking oh well. This is the time to run too but it's like anything that you've got a bit of momentum and grows news so quickly because it has done is that you do also have you fraud so you have you people and I'm not talking about bronze per se but I'm talking about. Maybe those people in the head above the parapet sniffing. Maybe this is a good time to become a women's football agent own. You know whatever is you can get that. I think from success so it's about having the responsible people in those really higher positions as well how that can really guy people and clubs not only just players clubs and also. I think there's a huge responsibility now as it does the FAA is there oh my next door. WHO's Edison's. She worked night. He tried to get an extension completely kitchen. The that there are people magazine the been toiling away for years and years. It just feels the World Cup is a cliche disabled. I feel like hey moment where there was a sort of time and you saw people generally talking about wounds. Football wasn't a sort of patronizing at all. They're playing looking. Isn't it great which always had there is always going to be a group of food mentality. But do you think that was a change yeah. It was hard for me to judge because I was out there so I was with the England team and I was very much in that little a bit of a bubble with them because I was working directly for fever so I wasn't seen as the press. If you like is seen as their press we were in their hotels and I had a very different role and apart from checking on social media and things I didn't I want the pickup was I saw different. Different announcements in terms of viewing figures Shaka's which we're incredible so I thought well something's happening but I think the re the real moment home to me was speaking to my family and my parents because my mom watched men's football for as long as I have no that's probably where it comes from sending comes from Granddad but I know that they're avid watches coaches and actually I date my name and shame in that. My mom is always said to me. She didn't like me playing football and she didn't really like women's. You know that you could never tell me why it was just that and she started talking to me about it. She watched three four different matches and was talking about it the way she talked to me about it when she watches much of the day and I thought that's a new level because if that's my own Mommy I've known all my life and I've known her attitude then that's that's incredible but not only that I was talking to friends who would overhead ahead conversations in pubs umbrellas and on the street and walk into the chief station and I think that was appealed to the popular masses now now. I think that was a little bit of timing with these with these things. It's always like that. You know it was maybe a slightly quieter summer which meant new it also got terrestrial terrestrial coverage and you needed those things to come together to actually show you know what is pretty good. It's pretty good standard and you are going to be entertained. There are stories and more importantly. I think the thing that everybody got sold on is that you you hear the stories of the players and you like them and you want them to do while a new really invest in them and I did I mean I knew quite a lot of the old alliances and I've known some struggles in their tails and then you've got the younger ones coming through are you and I I didn't know them as well you likes of Georgia stemware and Williamson Mary ups and all these other ones that I hadn't actually spoken to as much and and I really fell for them. I know you guys deserve this as well and I wondered if there would be a little bit of a I wanted to say entitlements battlements because I think we may be judged the younger generations and things that they have that in them a little bit and there wasn't all there was nothing but gratitude and feeling really blessed to be there and wanting to create some new role models for the future and to actually make a difference. You can tell that isn't just about tame football for them. They actually want to really onto the next generation's come in three they could you see them all that generation it was a new cast of characters and you can sort of see people as you say latching onto the developing relationships with them. We were always told years and years and years we're in spore generally women's football people particularly. It's not telling because it's not popular and then it on telly and it becomes popular that sort of peculiar. It's such a difficult one because you know what men's football probably did cross absolutely did because of the money involved that transition shen onto paywall television which is what I would call it so but I think it's one of very few things that has I think it's a different argument what we're actually talking about is wealth and class and who's got enough money to be able to pay for these things and who puts that as the priority the in they'll in their life at the moment because we could get into a whole other debate about the pressures on different people's as an average family two point four what you've got going on in your life and where does the sky sports subscription come in that anymore or the bts or the freeview or the Amazon all these different things that are coming through true and there was a calculation ahead of this season. This is just if you were primarily or men's football fan. WanNa Watch maybe a bit of Syria Aruna leaguer there as well and the amount of subscriptions. You would need to watch potentially or even your team see. I'm a wolves fan. If I wanted to watch all of wolves matches you know in Europe at at home in Cup matches. How many things have I got to be subscribe to and I think we put in a big burden on people just the average family and remember but that football was just a working class boards. That's where it came from and now you've got to be pretty rich. You've got to be pretty rich to go as a as a season ticket get hauled into some of the huge clubs in the Premier League and you've got to be pretty rich to what you all at home now so you're asking someone to choose maybe between a gym membership shippen staying healthy and watching sports or in some cases between the Wheatley shop how much they're going to send a difficult one. I I think just maybe it's been priced out and I think the terrestrial offering if you put anything on terrestrial it will get a better audience than you. Put it behind the pay paywall. That's that's it isn't it again. We're consuming things. In different ways where it's I woke whoa couple of clips on on in various places in the thirty second highlight moments and I'm wondering if fat replace it I mean much of the days and having this conversation with some people in the sort of meat sports media rights mock and they're saying well actually highlights programmes of really really hard to sell out of the matter is they still and it's probably an outline is probably not typical of highlights spall and actually what we're seeing is that there's a premium we live it live moment still in certain categories but then everything else is going to be sort of discount diced and we're. GonNa conceived screens on phones from your be. Your new interesting because you all working both alm and the sort of television but you also work with pre league and and essentially a IMG's yet yeah deal with them yet. How does that work just thinks yeah well they. If you imagine that the fight that happens in this country for right to the Premier League as we've seen in recent years as being between bt Sport and sky sports what what primarily productions do is they provide the rights holders around the rest of the world with content so they provide them with the live matches of whoever buys him whether they're in cute actually can pick up on the on the one. That's isn't he three countries. It depends on whether they're in Cambodia seventy whether they're in Australia whether they're in Asia whether they're in the Middle East whoever is that sport those rights then get a lot of our footage so that as well as the live as much as they will have content around that so they have many different shows fun fun zone is one of them which is a fun orientated program and they have premier the league today which sometimes has journals on there is a huge offering and that that content goes out and I guess for pretty much most of the world they might afford the riots but they might not be able to afford the content making around it so as ready made so often. If you're in a hotel room you know people will often Siemian bizarre places around the world my family since I left Central News in in Birmingham which was the local TV station still we. I mean what are you doing. Where are you K- because they just don't ever get sick so from that point of view you really wish that the offering was available in the UK as well but that's what they do and that's who I work for and if you look at world feeds is a little bit like a tournament when World Cup or a euros you'll have someone who does the wealthy distribution. You've got to look at them as a bit like that because they should be or the off the pitch interviews and then the rights holders will always get their their chance to do to do a lot yes which everyone's now heard because they are so everyone's like now. I know what you when you said St Louis Park everyone's talking about it. I grew up a couple of miles and the idea has become the center of the debate. They said everyone is just so bizarre. Factory Taylor's still view. It's like glamour well it is it's a big industrial. Austrian state where a glamorous one and there's lots of other different units on that but they have huge building with really great studios at me a he throw Safi move. I think for the future because they're going to have crossed rail going through as soon as that's been running this going to be a direct link in an out tells crashing in Oxford. It's about the only thing going for then. What would you grow up. I grew up Ned Dudley and the black country. I am my parents black country through and through. They lived in next villages. Each other at a local purpose is to go when I was only just old enough so a very close knit family that black country lifestyle the family tend to be with a remnant baton mile or so radius. Everyone knows a lot by every day and it's a lovely community and everyone is just superb we now. I love going home and chatting to people that that brilliant brilliant people USA country. You're talking suit. They say off to a degree they are they are they are in the sense. That is like going back in time. When I go home you know not that much. Che's moved on things. Do things do move on but not the right that they've moved on in cities and in places like London and Manchester and Bristol still in places like that so it's just a lovely village atmosphere and I and I was an only child as well so I very much felt like I grew up with you in cotton wool a little bit because I I got fareed everywhere to go and pay so many different sports. I was just a sports fanatic and I didn't even think twice about the fact that you know my Dad Dad was always after factory job where he'd been working for hours and hours physically labor he was like holding machinery and then I'd be asking him to romy here in every way and he just stayed I had brilliant relationship with my granddad and my granddad used to be a sculpted wolves and was a very good football club. The Wall came name one of those and it was just infectious and and I did not realize how how great I had it when it came into football because since and all my colleagues I've met in recent years. I didn't realize I got to play football at school. Not Many people ah not many female colleagues of mine did when school they didn't have the offering my mic school absolutely off at the high school. My teacher actually played for Wolverhampton wondrous wondrous ladies so I knew about women's football for a long time and my non on my other side that wasn't even really wouldn't have said that. She was that spore say she was my old grandma. Every Saturday without much of the day on in it was just what we were brought up with and I didn't think I was unusual until I I left and went to university and talks about football. A lot of people and people be like Beena. You really liked football and you talk about quite love love. I went to left yeah. It's a school related decision was up. Yes I was GonNa am I used to do cross country running and I was that crazy kid that wanted to be out there in all sorts of weather in Raynham merged and running through streams and a pales downhills any the personal focus well at least jolly sale is he also an ex student. It was about time said he was he was he was there. We've Sep- cub yet and that was when became the sort of big sporting universe. Yes yes well. This is the only child my moment guide me radius of one hundred miles and the one hundred like pretty much. I think it was eighty. Does something miles from where I lived so I took as much as I could. I actually raced at lift for when I was fourteen in. I think it was schools race of some sort or oh county race. I loved it and that was pinned on my hopes I WANNA go here. This is the Sporting meca this is where I belong. I want to come here but the the irony being that the moment I stepped foot in my sports sort of took a backseat because they had the amazing media facilities and I'd already discovered of a hospital radio back in Dudley and I'd already been doing quite a lot of volunteering and community radio and so I walked straight in there and that that was my new passion if you like so I look back on love burn a lot of people say makes or breaks you as a sports person and I think I left I went there is one thing and left leftovers something else what love for them so central toe visuals that no central television came a little bit later. I was so I had a radio AH immediate radio when I was younger just because I don't think there were many female voices. I just had a really good run. Everyone talks about look in this industry and I just had it when it came to my early career in radio because I was broadcasting on on the local student radio station it left commercial station heard me because it happened beyond the the local. RS L. License which everyone in the local area could hear it and they were after someone for that breakfast show and they called up up the university. Who is this person she sounding pretty good. Could we get her own show. So I was like roving reporter and then my second year I ended up my own show which has like a late night love show which my mother's maiden name his love so I wanted to change it to Lindsay love and until I signed a bit too porn star esque so and and then I went on Seabrook so yeah and music and I went to trends. FM in Nottingham in what on weekends there the my first proper commercial job was I got weekend. Breakfast on a station cooled heroin. FM and the first guy to give me my proper bright was gentlemen cool pull green. I mean he was the program control at the time I think I've badgered him with demos and he was just like let's just give her something and it went from. Mary did Virgin Megastores Radio which doesn't exist anymore but they used to. Tottenham Court road have this huge stole and a glass studio and I used to present in there and made some friends for life life when I did that job. It was brilliant. I used to be Alan Partridge. Ask Go to Norwich once a week for a radio show but I loved it. enrage was my love that was that was the thing that I got sucked into the media industry because I just loved radio is a format and then the already being from when we were talking at the very beginning about my experience with sky and things was that one of my my bosses just said let you you're not the back end of verse. Your Yard. Why have you thought about television and and radio was going through a lot of changes at that time with network all the shows and a lot of local local stations nations losing breakfast shows and drive time shows and I could see the writing on the wall really that you got to be already a celebrity really to get on there are the exceptions exceptions of course and and I just always the whole point of going to left brewers wanting to do sports journalism. I spoke in English. That was what I wanted to do and I thought I've lost sight of that a little. Ah Bit whipped up in the going to the awards and doing those sorts of jobs and then I thought that was the best time to do it. I was in my early twenties time now to choose and go for something and so you really I focused on sport from about twenty three twenty four bruce forward to the future. The Assad rule gathering pace is gathering pace is I'm excited by it. Because of that creative freedom I think any brew pastor just will take grab the five hundred because the moment that you get the chance to set the agenda know what you're talking about and have that freedom and also with people that you really love is exciting so we are expanding in the sense that we are no longer just gonNa have the offside rule wants to wait. We're GONNA have aws addition for the nieces and so we don't you know women's warm and we still do our exclusive which sit downs with with people from the world of football players manages former players manages an even commentators taste had martin tighter on one so we try and and plug that happen put our aspen which is different. I would even even say you know for our podcast. Now we've ended more into life style of genre when our chat radio as well so they just break like the show up so they just love the podcast and they were just so on point with where we are. Probably you probably a different collaborations that you look at and you think how would I make that work but this was just an easy one it was you know they have a big emphasis on female female. Mel Musicians and that playlist female and US being female talking about football. It was really easy fit and they said you know there's nothing really we want to do any different. We'll just break up and put it out as a show but the business part of me was like well you can't have it on listen again because then obviously the podcast becomes redundant so they have it lie edit last live if you like airing on a Friday night and then they repeat it on the Saturday morning but they can release it as they listen again or cousin. Apercus still exists zillions for our audience is it's odd because it's probably still slightly male skewed but we probably have the highest female she added. If any the football podcast I think we're about forty percents forty to forty five women but still have majority is man and I really liked that I really like because I think what what it's saying is that I'm not. I am a feminist but I'm not a feminist. She wants to Bang Drummond exclude man. That's not what it's is about working together and just about everybody having equal opportunities and so if people are listening to us and liking what we've got to say. I didn't think it really matters what gender you are interesting. We always asked about that split and I'm just so actually anyone who enjoys it age age range. We're probably looking at anywhere between I think we're little bit older than the youth. Youth wants to like twenty five to forty. Five is tends to be our audience but they're very engaging. That's the one thing is that we get a lot of engagement. There's a lot of different shows that maybe people don't hear from their audience but we we do and when people find they let us know which is really nice the wolves yeah. I've had years and years if you're talking to me at the High uh-huh yeah you're talking to me at the high I mean I beam from an when I talk about wolves and actually probably disgracefully though let you listen to many of the because I it didn't really talk about them that much because we did the double drop it was always doom and gloom and I'm never hid the fact that I was born since the recent ascendancy ascendancy quite a bit. It's the Best Wolves team that I've seen in my lifetime and I didn't think that day was gonNA come. I've got a very good friend who is Australian and she spent most of her time. Working Germany is huge by Munich found in Germany congressional team from those two things and she'd seen how team win the Champions League and she'd seen her team win the World Cup in her lifetime and I just this was never going to get and then England went and got to the semi finals of the World Cup both men women and and then wolves went on this great run in that debut season back in there primarily finished seventh and now we're playing European football which I've not seen at Mullen youth for a my life so really good manager yeah interesting yeah. He's very good. I do worry that someone is miss. We'll penn some point for him. Against share you well is probably you the CEO is gone yeah. Okay well. Listen Awesome. Thanks very much. Your time really enjoyed that yeah. I really enjoy air and won't you didn't yeah please. Dave please stay Hi this. She's pulled hawks. Being an unofficial partner is my dirty little secret apart from the buck plug obviously and.

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The WarDawg Trail - 3rd Tour and PTSD

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The WarDawg Trail - 3rd Tour and PTSD

"I hate for having told you already. Starting to war dog TV has an APP. It's now out on both. The apple APP store as well as the Google play store download it today. Fon Directions to Camp Doghouse. Here. All of our podcasts. The entire sergeants playlist. Few pictures and get directions straight to camp doghouse all from the APP. Download today SORTA wardell baby on the war dog trail. Salute. Be Sure to follow Sergeant Dog TV on social media. Confined Sergeant Wardag TV on YouTube facebook instagram twitter snapchat the meal Tiktok, and link thin. Catch us. Online. Subscribe like and follow US slope. These remember the views and opinions expressed by this show or any other show DVD radio, and it's strictly those of said individuals and do not forget those TV radio stop nor the steph dysfunctional veterans. I, know. I know. One is. So. Damn amount her. Ask Me. Your. Dog. Through. Dog. Her. Welcome to episode twenty, two of the war dog trail. In this episode? I will. Make one reference to. A major vendor, my second tour in. Iraq. And I'll tell you what third tour. WanNa tell you briefly about. April thirteenth two, thousand four. After. Two days after we the salsa. We found ourselves in a firefight in the city of ALCOM Iraq. which is only about thirty. Thirty miles or so from Faluji. got into fourteen hour firefight their. Fourteen hour firefight. With insurgents and Al Karma that were the fighters from Volusia who would go to commodore restock. And to regather fighters, they were using it as a resupply point. And then they'd had back into the city. So that's why we hit a Karma right where they were during a resupply times now. During that firefight we. Ended up taking fire from their mosque. So we. Called Spectre gunship and we blew up the entire mosque. With. The. Shooter's inside that have been trying to kill us all day. I once that happened to city emerged erupted like a Hornet's nest with shooters coming from all directions I mean three sixty, right at one point in time I find myself on a rooftop by myself. And would them to forty nine squad automatic weapon? I had at least thirty, hundred thirty or so rounds on me. inside that the two hundred round drum. At one, hundred, thirty rounds left in that drum and I had another hunter. So rounds wrapped around me like Rambo rural wrapped around my chest. A moments rooftop, we're taking fire from all directions. We're taking indirect fires. Well, I'm seeing mortars, drop their walking onto us. I've seen him drop on the road behind me then near home. Visa. I know well, I'm on the route of this rooftop on myself that I really had to make a pimp decision. I had to make a man decision, right? And make a decision straight up to stay on that rooftop. So ocular keep is on any of the guys that will be rushing at us from my roof. Or? Do I get down off the roof because if any indirect fire that happen to be walking in the area? Happened to be, you know directly hidden those visa hitting road anything that would fell on that rooftop would obviously kill me. I. Kill me instantly. So I had to make a real decision. To I, sit there muscle. And engage in these guys that might come through the saw. Avenue approach that is watch which happened to be a palm grove. Or do I get down and make the smart decision. Get off the rooftop we try to regroup Fahd another place. Sound. So I'm still sitting here talking to you. And I'm. Blessed, and Lucky enough to keep this story going obviously I got down off the damn roof right? Now I got down momentarily. And Able to regroup some. And we had a talk and discussion war was going on where we could regroup what happened to be happening. But a decision was made for me to go back up on a rooftop of this time with another individual would another marine who also happen to have saw? So we had to saw gun talk British rooftop. Watching a grove. And at some point, there was movement that I'll never forget I was able to see like a bluish short t shirt that guy happened beware and I can never remember if they were actually six or eight. A mind confuses me at Tom's now to remember if there were six or eight of those Gaza run through roof top running through that Palm Grove. But I used to forty nine and I engaged all. I was able to take all of them all before they get the marines that I was fighting with their inner city of Karma. On April Thirteen Two Thousand Four. We finished second tour and will return home the states by around. August that's totally back in episode twenty. One. However I also told you. Later on in January of two thousand five we see orders to return back to Iraq for third time. How number kept coming up or why I was lucky enough to keep giving my number chosen. I will never know. As large as the US military is I never understood for the life of me how? I ended up as one person one got. You know if I only had to go once do one tour. Thank God before. Haven't gone twice was even more but that third time. After everything we saw under before I was burnt out. And I really didn't give a damn about a lot of things and. You know I kept always thinking saying third time's a charm man. So how I am going into third tour in Iraq but does have my third birthday there every day was just kind of like a death. Wait wait for death sentence. Waiting and wondering was going to be a car bomb or sniper landmine or What the fuck was going to take me out during that third to. I was lucky enough to even make it twenty first birthday while I was there. And you know finally of legal drinking. Age. Found a way to celebrate while I was there and flew. For that there to if I didn't mention that third tour, we were exclusively in the city of Lucia. Now having come back after being there you know just months br just the year before after the Blackwater contractors killed. We'll call right back into From the third tour. Because most of the units that fought so hard during the November major battle. VOLUSIA. Where now combat ineffective and Needed more personnel, they need reinforcements needed to be. Rotated out and have fresh marines brought in. So with our unit being so experienced having done so well during the first two tours and pull announced it on statue earning the presidential unit sanitation. Fighters will influ early in the. Some fucking way. We'll call back to pollution again. For, Thir- tour. Thurs Seven, eight month Rod. And something about going back. They're going back to the exact place. We've been only this time. We were in different, completely different quadrants of sectors of the city, the part of the city that we assaulted back in April. Was Very was uh, actually near the near the horrible near the highway. So from where that was to where we were now near the actual bridge where the. Blackwater contractors have been. Hung murdered. We were totally different sectors of the city. But. This time we actually had to live. Amongst and right next door to the Iraqis which made that. Entire tour on that much different. We lived in a large complex which used to belong to an ice maker. You ever want to know who to ball abso- or some of the balls are in a in a Middle Eastern or desert city. Go check out the guys who sell ice they make someone most money and the entire area and they live nice and in this particular time disguise compound ahead four or five different little home houses inside of. So our company to three hundred rains paid him monthly and took over his house. And had our different platoons you know living station throughout different parts of. and. We live right there in the city flew right on street you. Is Right as though. Just as though we had a street address you know here in the states we live. Right amongst the people and how. We weren't the only ones. So we had our third battalion, Fourth Marines. We had our line infantry companies live in in and amongst the city. different areas throughout flu while the main. Contingent of Aubrey Talion was stationed at Camp Bob will grab which was small camp adjacent to or just outside of Camp Volusia. Now, we would also call that can't wait G. camp up grabs also campaign G.. S.. Three or four headquarters was based, but a line companies, the garage we actually lived in the city as I said, see at three companies, India, Lima Kilo Company, and I was with Kilo Company living within the city of Lucia living amongst the Iraqi people in. You know buildings or factories that we could. Take over there never large enough to hold all of our men and. Humvees equipment and everything that we needed. To, operate and live in them and walk city. Now major reason we needed to be back so fast and Jane were two thousand, five influenza was because the parliamentary elections coming up at the end of the Januar out as they were scheduled to happen regardless. So. It regardless of. What the combat ineffectiveness looked like A. Combat units that had gone through the heart push of the battle of flu. They still needed to have this proper security posture in place. For the parliamentary elections so I am proud to say that our part of. The first democratic Election for the Iraqi parliament back in two thousand five where I truly got a understanding appreciate democracy and the power Each individual vote has I waited for sixteen hours on a rooftop with my saw with mime to forty nine and I watched Iraqis walk up. And get searched by my fellow marines and had the fingers dipped as they voted. For their Candidate choices for parliament for the first time since Saddam had been out of power. So I did get to experience that you know. Extreme. Actual democratic process and democracy being carried out before my eyes while I waited for any suicide bombers two snipers to potentially. Disrupt the Elections there volusia luckily, we had no incidents the elections took off. Were held without incidents did have very high of turn out there for Lucia not as high as. Any of the percentage we would have had here in the states but high enough that there were young like I said, people voted and even women that will have in their right. Acknowledged to participate and vote. And be searched and to come down and have their fingers dipped so that they also could acknowledge the they voted and finger dipping was so that they couldn't double voter cheat or they'll have their finger dipped in certain like pain or. Die So that. They couldn't get back in line cheater trying to double voter disrupt the democratic. Vote process that we're used to or that we might take for granted here in the states we try to make sure that was done on a grassroots level. And That kind of stuff isn't taught to. Your modern militaries militaries. Laura Your Marine said you're actually going to be a part of nation building like that. So because events like this that I later went on to become and our national were relations major. At UCF DOWN IN ORLANDO. I really became amazed. Democracy International, trade. Working with different military's the bridge size of Jonah's. Everything that evolved you know some to say made in China made another country. Just. Amaze me in. Blew me away especially when it came down to the largest of all. International. Oh. I. Guess showed Algiers say that I experienced in sage a team that being war. I wanted to become Big into understanding the US State Department diplomats and ambassadors. You know cost of let's Were foreign policy was. What the foreign policy of other countries were would their? Stances were and I really wanted to just be part of protecting them. But anyway going back to third torn Iraq most of that entire deployment outside of. The elections was. Fairly quiet peaceful and uneventful off did not have to fire one shot in anger or in Defence Pau during that. Deployment that I can recall. doesn't mean there weren't any deaths or any close calls during that a diploma because we still did have some we did lose marine sniper. And There were times that Iraqi soldiers or policemen now around us and. Killed and even worse than that, they were five female marines were killed and a car bomb. And because we bring the females out to search The Iraqi females for us because they had a big problem with us touching there the they are the Iraqi males and a problem with us as men touching their Iraqi females. So in order to respect their culture. And not disrespect males start rights or stuff like that. We would bring out our females from you know secretary or clerical type jobs. Or whatever jobs that they happen to be in communications or whatnot, and we pull them off for their jobs from camp, Volusia and bring them. On seven times into the city of flu. And bring them out to the entry control points the ACP so that they could search females force and make sure that they weren't bringing in you know. weapons of bombs at one particular day in two, thousand five. While those females were headed back to add a finish their day of work searching and. There were headed back to Camp Volusia when a vehicle that was strapped down with. Explosives a car bomb also known as VPI or vehicle borne improvised explosive device have Naroda Bonham detonate killing at least five of them. And I had to see the of the large black marked that left burn marked that left in the road. I had to see it and all the other marines that knew them had to see each day. For the rest of that deployment and What happened to them? No one. Sacrified ultimate sacrifices that they made. As females in the ruin core. Wow. This time we'll take a break. And bring. You saw the SARGE suburban the home. issue. You. Stole All. Next on sounds hard. Go on playboy check comb she's a hurry. Long, you can go. Netcom come a baby to my best song. That bitch. Dick that. She taught. Loosely negative online the movies. The movies might go running up Chris me with the next day she like who did. Win And just started gotten no keys to. Start. Starter. Hari stop of both they can go bowling part that's LP don't live little. Small stream that's healthy. Lau packing slowly. She. got a little good little league. got a room for the night entirely. Ready Surly on the block on ninety nine to five. Talk from five to nine drink wine eat pussy. That's one at the we hunting the light lunchtime guy he's way to launch. Good. Sign to say she just wanted. To. Say sometimes down boy you hard you way no can't go outside I can't go breaking change the Jane Gold Mining had. Like Big Bad that's rapper weeks in A. Row. Athlete. You. get bone aches biscuit flat gone on like this year or next. X Little Beach. All night shift Pluto the next to fail to. Hoggish, Let. North. Dad Was Marv Oh, been lit with his song step dawn from the sergeants playlist. You can find marvel been lit on Instagram at. Margo Been Lit. That is at M. A. R. V.. O. B.. E. E. IN L. I. T.. You can also find marvel on twitter. At Marvel too late. That is at M. A. R. V. O. T. O. L. I. T.. Now headed back in to that third tour. Said most of it was on eventful Most notably the besides the. Vehicle borne. ID, they killed those five female marines I did get injured during a third tour. And a very big way I'll never forget sometime in June of two, thousand five were doing a night patrol their flew. and this was while there was a curfew in effect of eleven PM. the US military data of Marshall on effect. So we were allowed emplo impose. A curfew on the city. And we were out our after had bob home zero, dark thirty midnight or so. Twelve thirty one am in the morning. All foot patrolling throughout the city. Look, for anyone I was out, I was possibly into something they shouldn't have been. Now we did end of fun individual at night and we zip tied him and all took him back with us. I happen to be the very last men in patrol that night commonly known as tail-end-charlie. my job was to watch the back of the patrol, the rear as we. Proceeded in patrol, tactically throughout the city streets of Volusia. Scan in the streets with our night vision goggles on our peck fours and Peck twos. Now There had been a whole that was blown in an Iraqi street by an artillery round or baby by a car bomb but this whole was about seven feet deep and have still full of jagged rocks and asphalt. and. water from the street is so from the road itself. As a our patrol passed this seven foot hole. No patrol happened to pass the word back to me that there was a hole there at night. So. Unfortunately, while I was turned around and watching the rear for most of my steps. As we proceeded throughout the city. As we got to one intersection. like I said, no one in any way through microphones throw Mike's head Mike's pass. Any kind of word back like a manhole whole to the right hole left a watch out for a hole on the left Smitty. None of this shit was passed back. So. I go from scannon the rear of the patrolling basically walking backwards to make sure knows following us. Had, our backs Hal. House watching our six. To me turning around and taking a step in fall face for seven feet deep anterior. My CEO. and on top of that swallow summit, a dirty ass water that was inside of that whole. So that Also had to take some meds later on to a assured that I had ingested anything. Like, kill me and they water. I have to admit I was pissed after felon that whole and I broke all noise discipline our so pissed I curse every motherfucker all team. I was hurt had to be assisted to be pulled out. South carrying. To throw 'em two OH, three grenade launcher at that time but I was any four Corp. I picked up rank I become a non commission officer and promoted while in Iraq. Settled was now leading Wyoming patrols volusia. Leave wound. Team. Caisley. Yeah I've had times where did leads? Lead. Patrols of the entire squad theraflu. On that particular night, I was in the lead though. As I said, I was telling man Charlie watching our six. And I told my CEO Fallen Seven foot hole. wos scannon streets with my night vision goggles my oh envy Geez am. Pick to pick four light and my muzzle. Of. Why AM to organize launch. Also, at that time, they have caught a peg to Alpha. Or Peck P Q at our say maybe. I was connected to your two three. So that, you also had. The same way you had a laser come from your Pec to it does long tear Muslim that you could only be seen the night vision. You now had that type of guidance for two or three Canadian launch could only be seen while weighing night vision goggles. So I didn't get hurt for that part of the deployment had to spend the rest of it, find another menial duties and ways to assist help out the team. You know whether that was radio watcher. Watching gear or other things to ride out the time for last month or two since I was hurt with the tournament sale couldn't really help. And not do anything as much as I wanted to however regardless once we got close to our deployment ending around August and we knew that the last patrol was coming up regardless of how much my knee heard. I did gather myself together to say that yeah. Since I walked in that country, I was GONNA walk out on her last patrol had jumped my happy as sin. Hobbled and gimped and went both out on foot patrol out of Vara. Ford Operating Base within the city of Louisiana back and on foot. Just walk say a I was a part of that last patrol on foot. And The weirdest thing for me I have to admit is that I have finally bought into the fact that I actually might survive. After having three tours and after you know the entire time always thinking, Hey, that third time's a charm so I knew I was going to die at any time during the third tour. And there's always wondering which way I was going to get it It hit me during last week or two it'll deployment that. A my happy. Dumb Ass. Might just be lucky and blessed enough to survive and stay alive. So I had vercel of. Mine Ocean. Of My mindset. In terms of me having my ru never allow myself to get caught up in warning to live warning to go home. Would it be begging to too much? We don't survive stuff because you can only keep yourself stressed out and worried about whether or not you're going to be hit or Daf so much before you burn yourself out you just Kinda have to put it in God's hands to say fuck their role would roll the dice. Let the chips fall for were they may regret to kill any enemy while the focus that you have to in there for tranny grunts. As your signed to an as your fellow grunts or to. because. That's what the mission is for three eleven's mission of the Marine rifle squad. Let me say real quick. Four zero. Three. Eleven is to locate close with. And destroy the enemy by fire maneuver and to repel the enemies assault by fire and close combat. Excuse me bunch of Marines over kick last curse me out forgetting that wrong would. Excuse me gross. Soleil night I'm. Just trying to get this off my chest tonight about this third tour. So I was hurt. We ended the tour return home. Again around August of two, thousand, five, I return home for thirty days. Back, to Orlando. This time. I. Had, left my car in Orlando. So the summer flew home tour Orlando from. My base and Kelly and then drove my car back again crop from Florida to Kelly. That time by myself Florida Kalorama so Stayed in hotels and IT Works Co. again. There's I. Think. And I. Just had a blast you know decompressing and riding across the country coast to coast. So while Florida to Kelly again. Now upon arriving back in base. I was given a different roles going from active. Marie Riflemen to instructor and myself some fellow marines we were all. Assign become instructor controllers at a program called the Mojave Viper Program out at twenty nine Palms California where. Pretty. Much each unit that had to head out Iraqi Afghanistan. was responsible for coming out to this trying to package and the middle of the desert where they went through thirty days of Kekes, or combined armed exercises where they would learn to Immerse themselves in the full combination of Marine Air Ground Combat? Where that's with you know Gaza on the ground planes, helicopters, tanks, artillery your grunts on the ground. Everyone you get to see the full assault makes of all of us on that big huge nine hundred square hundred mile base of desert space out in the Mojave desert of Southern California located in tournament palm's cow for you. Now. While they were there, also they would have to go through the Mojave vehicle program additional takacs, which was additional two week or ten day program where they'd have to go through operation searches urban assault, which was similar to Paintball only, we use a non millimeter paintball rounds. non-militant around full of paint actually hurt you know to teach our marines less? we'd also re-teach in them, control, C., p. APPs, or veal vehicle checkpoint operations. VCPI APPS. And we would culminate with. An actual exercise in which? We had Iraqi actual Iraqis in. and. ever speaking Americans I hired by actor acting companies to come in and act to pretend to be Iraqi sweeter entire MINNIE's city built out their. Door resemble in many Middle Eastern city where we had actors said, we have submarines acting as actors with some actual actors. said, that's actually spoke. Cook did have Middle Eastern descent. and. They were all come out and try to make things as realistic as possible for the marine units that were about to head down range to either. Echo of Ghanistan I held that role as an instructor from. I WANNA say Timber October two, thousand five until March of two, thousand six and which I Was Allowed to. In my first my initial enlistment for school cut for. An early entrance maturely exit from my contract so that I could Make the Summer Semester for UCF down and Orlando Florida. And that's what I. Did I moved back home to Orlando went to school got my unarmed and armed security licenses. For Security Guard or I also had already had my concealed weapons permit for years. So I found work different, armed and unarmed spots fulltime overnight while attending college full time during the day. Eventually I was able to land a SPA with the Lockheed Martin Missile. Fire Control Facility in Orlando. Working there overnight during the graveyard shift and still go to UCF during the daytime. So I could keep my security clearance active work in a Lockheed. Because I really had. An initial plan of one I to graduate. From UCF, and still have my security clarence active so that I could jump right into the State Department's Bureau of Diplomatic Security and I really want to be a part of their mobile security detachment there amnesty, their team that can respond to any embassy. And a consulate any thread on an ambassador diplomat within I believe six to twelve hours around the world. As the team I really wanted to be on a really WANNA make it to after graduated from. So that's why really harped on Warning to work so hard so long. For the Period that I did the year so that I did just as everyone says, so you can gain experience. So I had my wartime experience I had Macaws experience, and then I was gaining that corporate security level experience while being a licensed armed and unarmed security guard in our security officer and Orlando Florida. This time we'll take another break. And bring you right back into service players. Luba. But it's the table abundance. The. In the bay by. Bath. Able. To good. Babe a date. As the. Abundance. The paper. Bat. Abundant the. With the good. The. Able. To. Be. So. Cute. Diana Boma. Boma tease. I thank God, I'm breathing ahead. Three Times Brennan. Geeky by the of scars. Glad be in this. They to feed it elder made us. All to. Every Monday almost weekly sold it call for rebound on. Thank got phone. Couldn't Plano by your net. Aside he agent mill certain into t is they harvest paine field depend on defeat him delight that senior spirit we will eradicate the demon ultra room. You might be your phone gps, his Taylor GM control, how you perceive it better believe it up what you want. But in. Favor abundant the payback. Favor abundance of payback prequel to good healthy able watch. Brand to good. Fame. Dana. Abundance of. Funds, Babe abundance, the payment, the good bath the able to Ping Brandon goodbyes when Babe. Date. Date. That was Jonas Wheeler with his song g. a excuse me GV. Af good vase abundance and favor. Again. That was Jonas F wheeler with his song. GV F- good vibes abundance a favor. Now, Jonas can be found on instagram at. zirk nation. Again. At his honesty Graham at Zirk Z. E. R. K. Nation. How? Briefly while as I said. Going to college UCF. Working fulltime overnight Lockheed Martin working for school for time during the day UCF. I was lucky enough to be using the use using the Jabil also had an academic scholarship and state of Florida, the Florida Bright Future Scholarship, and on top of that I had a scholarship was named military scholar by the Horatio Alger Association for Distinguished Americans back in two thousand seventeen. So I did have some pretty decent things going for myself at the time after having been at three time warp better. By two. Thousand Eight. After by two thousand and eight I was recalled by the marine. So I came home one day. From from Cook from class and had a fedex letter at my door saying that unaided. To. report. I need to call a certain marine number a report to a base in Kansas City within you know. Four, Forty, eight or seventy, two hours something like that. So I called the number, get a plane ticket. flou- to this base get evaluated to find out whether or not. I'm going to be recalled and have to go back to Afghanistan, and for whatever reason I wasn't pulled in and but I didn't know at the time I was having here in issues inherent problems. So I don't think I was making it for the hearing standards anymore after all the explosions aren't experienced during the first three tours in Iraq. So. I continued back home and. Maybe something about after being recalled man that just. Brought a bunch of things back out on my survey out of. The Earlier. Marine Corps life. into. My now civilian life as a student. and. Security Guard I had been out for two and a half years out active duty and going to class and. I was just about to enter my senior year when it for some reason. Everything that I had forgotten about during the war came back. Everything. From three tours of not remembering of suppressant of just carrying all life is normal and being happy to be alive back in states seem to come to a pause and seemed flood me rush way and that's when I knew how struggling with PTSD. That's why I didn't know the name of it but I knew something didn't feel right I. Knew I was having sleeping problems I was having their anger issues I was wondering why was I wasn't happy without me being as angry as I was during the war while wasn't able to focus or seem to be able to concentrate her. You know just performing the way I wanted to. At this time. GonNa End Episode Twenty. Two on that note. and. Let you know that from this point forward, we will go into. How? PTSD. Ravage my life and be my demise slanted ended up being televised and psychiatric facilities on five separate occasions. So please keep in mind everything that you see done now with Sergeant War Dog Sergeant Dog, TV or the. Or Dog. Trail a all this has been done after I hit absolute rock-bottom with PTSD with depression now with drugs or substance abuse because those are my demons just with my own mind and suicidal ride rations and battles suicide prevention so. just you know problems with thoughts of. Worthlessness helplessness survivor's guilt. This is the episode scholars you know our that's GonNa. That's basically anchor that point of allowing you to know when myself PTSD after my combat experiences did enter the realm and into. This store and enter my hike down my own. Dog Trail is been sergeant your dog. So twenty to salute. No issue stalled out. But I got some. I'M A dog. Tells what happened through? I`Ma Dogu for. Eighty. You. Radio.

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Hour 1: Kingsbury to Arizona

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Hour 1: Kingsbury to Arizona

"Welcome to Spain. And fits the podcast. So it's the first time I'm back on the air since while, you know, the thing that happened with my team with the kicker and the double doing and the things that shouldn't happen to fans who have waited eight years to get back to the postseason. Have things and that way I felt burning Barra. I'm not gonna lie. I was thinking about you on Sunday at about seven forty five eastern time, my kind of sank a little bit. I'm not gonna lie not get a lot. Unfortunately for me because I would love to get into it. Just break it down nitty gritty everything that went wrong. It's old news. Now, we didn't have a show yesterday because the national championship game, but it's been covered. So I guess we gotta move on right field. I think. S area. Right. You don't I'm getting my as well. We cannot talk about the mayor's. They would no longer be named. Instead, we are only talking shakers and tides and NFL coaching hires. That's right. That's right. Well, what a shame. I'm sorry that you guys have been robbed of the analysis that I had planned, but you know, what I'm just going to do it the bosses do it Spain and fits that's field Yates, he's filling in for fits as fits travels back from the national championship game. The aforementioned national championship game. We'll get into that a little bit later here on ESPN radio the espionage and Sirius XM channel eighty but we want to get into the big news of the day. Which is of course, Ryan Gosling getting a head coaching job. How about that? And. Yeah, I mean, this this cardinals higher of cliff Kingsbury is giving us all the takes. So before we get into some other people's takes field, your initial response to a guy that many are saying even some of what he did at the collegiate level is a cell against him and not for him and others. They're saying whatever you do at collegiate level. We haven't seen enough of it yet. Even if you do think, it's the very first thing that I would say about every NFL who head coaching higher twenty nine thousand nine hundred twenty twenty and twenty seventeen twenty fifteen going backwards going forward and made today syrup is there is a wide range of outcomes of things that can happen. All right. Like we have seen people pan head coaching hires. That have turned out to be great. We have also seen people say he's the second coming. I'm not sure if what bell check or of Bill Walsh or Vince Lombardi and it has not worked out, right? Like, that's the fact there have been things that have not worked out as plans or there are things that are far exceeded expectations. However on the surface, there are some confusing components to cliff kings Mary being hired by the Zona cardinals. Let's start with this thirty five and forty at Texas Tech had Patrick Mahomes didn't necessarily help. I mean, he they were Petronas amazing. But like the team wasn't good enough. And I get it. They don't play defense sector tech. I. I am reminded of that. But he goes from being fired by his own mater, Sarah like, this is not the only guy show. He is the one of the golden boys of Texas Tech football had a wonderful career. There got drafted into the NFL at a Cup of coffee with the patriots. We see teams are we see colleges that are loyal to a fault sometimes with their alums who fall into a coaching position. And yet he got fired by all the monitor weeks later, he gets a job as the US offensive coordinator in the buzz was maybe this is a one year stopgap because USC could fire clay Helton their current head coach who has struggled himself, then within like less than two months after being fired firm is all monitor again say that again almo- Monir he has been doing anything by the way without doing anything in between. Right. He didn't do anything other than get hired for summer usually that job in between you succeed there. And you use it as. A jumping off point. He just used the hiring as jumping up. No actual work. The question to me. Sarah is this if cliff Kingsbury had not been fired. Okay. If he had not been fired by Texas Tech. Would he have even been on the radar for NFL head coaching vacancies? Because I think the answer is no it's a testament to the idea that sometimes failures or faults can lead to the greatest, blessings and your life. Let's get spiritual or metaphorical. But like, I don't know why cliff Kingsbury this year is on the head coaching radar other than the fact that he got fired because if he will if the answer is no, no, no. They definitely would have come after if he had been in Texas Tech. Well, what did cliff Kingsbury accomplished during twenty eighteen that made him any more attractive as they head coaching candidate? Then where he was exactly this time of year ago when nobody was talking about cliff Kingsbury club. It'll what we get to. Then it's not actually about Kingsbury. It's the context surrounding him, which is that one more year of Sean McVay being the guy that everybody's after and we'll get to that whole trend soon. But specifically for Kingsbury, I think young confident I think it matters that he's good looking. And that there's a vibe around him. I think his affiliation with some big name quarterbacks weather. You've you that as positive or not mentioned some people don't bemoaning Jones. Specifically says listen he benched Baker Mayfield. So that's not a great sign and then Patrick Mahomes came into the league pretty raw needing some work. I don't know if those guys and their connection to him, really. And especially Tex record with them really gives you an argument for him as a head coach versus temp attention argument against now, I think Mahomes being as good as he is so quickly maybe speaks to that's most people are gonna view that as a positive for Kingsbury. I think just an affiliation with those two guys and the attitude the youth the sort of assumption that he will step in and be like McVeigh is all. He needed. So he didn't have to change people's view of what he means. And represents is what change so Sarah. I think you make some very fair and astute points there, and I think your point of being able to sell what I guess I'll call the brand of cliff Kingsbury has to be noted. I don't you could you can ignore it. Because the reality is that ultimately, what should decide a coach's merit of keeping or losing his job is how the team performs on Sundays. Right. You win. A lot. You're unlikely to get fired. You lose a lot you're likely to be kicked to the curb. But there are a lot of teams that never quite dig themselves out of either the rut or the wash like the middle of the pack in the NFL. So you get to the elite you're going to be fine. Right. Like you're gonna have guys like Doug Peterson and Bill. Ballot. Check and Andy Reid, and Sean Payton, etc. They're they're all kind of sort of a different flavor to each one of them. But if you're a team that probably isn't going to project to be in the top, you know, six to ten of the NFL in the next two or three years top thirty one. Right. You're going to need to be able to sell something and cliff Kingsbury. Well, we don't know what he'll be isn't NFL head coach. And I'm not saying this what workout but on the surface. There are some question marks. What you're going to be able to sell over the next three years. That is indisputable is dynamic, right? Like he's going to go there. And there used to be an old phrase like win the press conference. I guarantee you clippings, Gary, we'll be one of those guys that behind the mic. We'll we'll sound great, right? And that's part of it. So I think that what we're seeing an NFL head coaching hires. Is that there's a chance that sometimes part of the thinking is all right? We are not just selling. We're not just hiring the person that can help us best get two wins on Sunday. But there's like an entire entire scope of this. We have to sell the brand of our franchise, and what can excite people you're coming off of a year where the cardinals finished with the worst record and football, a coach Steve Wilks, a fine man and a great defensive mind, but who was not at all exciting behind the mic. He was very milk. Does behind the mic. I think the cardinals. Sometimes you go from one extreme to the other side of the spectrum when you're making these coach. Shing changes like, I don't know that we can think of a more dramatic one eighty the with the cardinals done a longtime defensive coach in the NFL to a coach that's coach on the offensive side of the ball with precisely zero head coaching experience. If you're Wilkes right now, what are you thinking about the decision to hire Kingsbury, not only because you, of course, wanted to have a longer go of it. But because you're not being replaced by somebody who they oh, you know, what we wanted to give Wilkes a longer shot, but this guy's on the market. Now, we have to get him while we can write. This is not some long-term NFL coaching veteran who suddenly become available. This is cliff. Kingsbury? I think if I'm Steve Wilks, I am still jilted by the fact that I got ten months ten months to install my program assimilate guys into a new system draft a quarterback tenth overall. We didn't even plan to start. I got ten months and sixteen games. I'm thinking to myself life ain't fair. And I. Get it. Steve Wilkins made plenty of money. He's gonna get paid a lot of money over the next three years to not coach if that's what he so chooses to do. But I'd be disappointed and Sarah. I'll tell you this. There are people around the NFL that are disappointed by the process right now that Steve Wilks fell victim to honestly like one year is never enough time for a coach to lose his job in my opinion. That's just how I feel like absence. Something like, you know, volatile behavior behind the scenes that is like downright deplorable. I don't think one year Jeff just off field field results should ever be. The the reason for firing ESPN radio's presented by progressive insurance. Comparing rates to help you save call or click today and find out how much progressive could save you feel gates infants it. Spain and Fitz and coming up, our coaches that are being hired all being hired in the image of a man who hasn't yet earned it talk about that next. Spain and Fitz on ESPN radio Spain and fits it. Spain and Fitz on ESPN radio the SPN app and Sirius XM channel eighty ESPN radio is presented by. Aggressive insurance field Yates villain in for fits tonight. Just fits makes his way back across the country after the national title game last night get into that a little bit. But a lot of coaching news in the NFL. And before we get into the specifics field. I have to ask you based on the wording of one particular statement that the cardinals made about their higher of cliff Kingsbury, we are hearing, and we have been told for quite some time. Now last couple years that Sean McVay the Rams coach is a genius. Would you say that we can at this point for certain know that what Sean McVay does as a head coach as offensive mind is genius. Will stand the test of time. And is the kind of thing we should be, you know. Looking across the league for others. Just like him. Yes. I believe genius. And I understand that people might say that's a little bit premature for a guy that's been a head coach for not even two full seasons. But I believe the wrinkles, you see the creativity and some of playcalling Sarah is feel right? It's knowing when to pull the trigger on which play at the right time. And to me, I think that in game management play calling creativity and vision, Sean McVay is a genius as an NFL head coach. Okay. So starting with that place. And I am politics to all that it is indeed blasphemous that I would even ask whether McVeigh is as great of an offensive God as we all say, but using that as as the base place for this is it too early even acknowledging that we believe him to be an offense of genius to be treating McVay almost an Abella chicken manner. And by that, I mean, we are hearing that across. The league the trend in coaching hires is young ofensive, creative genius in the in the form of Sean McVay. Everybody is looking for the next Sean McVay is that the right move right now at this early in his tenure, or we are we making a mistake in not trying to find older veteran coaches that come in with head coaching experience. So sarah. Here's what I would say is that the NFL is a league right now that is constructed for offense of proficiency and rare defensive dominance. It's just a fact the way the rules are set up skew so dramatically towards the offense. You bring on a wide receiver or quarterback at his pass interference or roughing the passer. Meanwhile, offensive players are lowering with the crown of the helmet and things like that. They should be called. And they seem to be missed frequently right? That's just a an indisputable fact at the offensive numbers are on the rise and will continue to be on the rise. Because of the way the game is currently officiated and legislated. That being said there is unquestionably room for seasoned coaches or defensive minded coaches who have great aptitude, and I'm not sure if this is a totally fair generalization, but it feels like somebody who is a quality defensive coach it often comes down to descriptors like tough physical. You know, the kind of guy that you know, like, you know, he's a brick wall. Whereas when it's an offense of coach, Sarah. It's he's creative. He's a whiz. He's a genius. He's a guru. Right. Right. A lot of the defensive great or the great defensive coaches. It feels like it's well, you know, they've got great players. So that's what you should be doing. When you've built a defence like fit Fangio has in Chicago or like Mike Zimmer has in Minnesota in terms of ability not that they were great this year. But you get my point in terms. Of talent. So it just feels like the trigger the buzzwords around offense of coaches lend themselves so much more to be a head coach and being a position in leadership that I think invariably this trend of more offense of coaches than defensive coaches figures to persist for quite some time. I completely agree with that. And your reasoning behind that make sense does this feel like it's too quick of a turnover from what we expect that I can't find it. But you know, Bill Barnwell aren't colleague had a hilarious tweet when the coaching carousel kind of thing began shortly after the final game of the season where he listed off like the five cliches, we can expect for every coaching carousel, and they haven't really fit this year and not all the jobs are filled yet. There are certainly plenty of room for retreads to be hired or whatever. But it does feel like they're shifting away from proven commodities in favor of what they hope. Hope to be a young Andrzej new is that more likely to result in boom or bust than if you go out and get a guy that at least, you know, a more of what you get Sarah. I think you're right. I think there's I think it's a little bit too soon for us to be a and I say us as if I am one of the NFL owners that's making such decisions. But soon it soon one day, I'll be a one one millionth owner of the Green Bay Packers. If I play my cards, right there, you go by by piece of paper and put it on the wall, and you are there. But yes, I do think it's too soon for these for the sentiment to be sort of unilaterally. Hey, go for the offensive coach who has been the hotshot for his franchise. Elsewhere. What I think some of the lessons that I'm learning right now, Sarah are that if I were looking for a coach or if I were a coach we're learning the value of some of the most important hires a coach can make where we deficient as a league right now in the NFL offense of lime flavor Maine's bad. It's not a mistake as some of the best offensive line coaches. And football were part of playoff teams right quarterback development. And you saw you pointed this out, and I sort of it. I wasn't sure about it. But I thought about it more. I agree more that I think part of these offenses rise in terms of coaches is that there are more capable passable young quarterbacks in the league. Maybe not sure things yet. But there are more players that are passable that you can sell a coach on as all right? This guy can be the future the centerpiece. Whether it's somebody like Josh Rosen with Klay Kingsbury whether it's somebody like Lamar Jackson in the Baltimore Ravens. Josh Allen with the Buffalo Bills. Even a player in a second year, like Mitch Trubisky. Like, there ain't there are some questions that are still remaining there, Sarah. But I think if you had the choice between Mitch Trubisky and having to go shopping this off season the bears, obviously, we continue to hitch their wagon to Mitch Trubisky. So I think some of these sort of perfect storm of factors lend us to where we are at. But I think it's going to be a real prob. If the NFL leaned so heavily simply on offensive mines because I think the full circle is gonna come faster than teams realize and all of a sudden this trend of fifteen coaches over two years getting fired is going to keep up, and they're going to realize that maybe it wasn't the people. Maybe it was the process that was flawed in the first place. He's field Yates, I'm Sarah Spain. Spain and Fitz on ESPN radio DSP Anap and Sirius XM channel, and you can always give us your thoughts on the one eight hundred flowers dot com Twitter feed at sarahspain at field Yates at Spain and Fitz, it's worth noting by the way, that you know, the defensive coordinators that are paired with these offense of minds are going to make a huge difference. Because the successive individuals who are young Ognjen new type creative offensive mines. If it's tempered by established defensive guy, that's huge. You're seeing a lot of the teams in the postseason right now having success my bears. Unfortunately, the defy. Didn't do their job. The offense wasn't great either. And then parking put the cherry on top of the garbage. But you know, the the ravens the chargers being a balanced team. The saints being announced the teams that ended up succeeding the Cowboys that made it into the postseason. We're teams that had defense as well. And you know, I think you're right. If it if it skews too heavily toward young offense have heavy and the focus is taken off the defense entirely. That's not going to be a positive for the NFL either. Hunches offense is taking I'm with you there. I just think that there is the NFL's a copycat league. And we use that that that fact are that statement often? But like, I think we may have gotten past the point where it's like cute and funny, and now it's like, it's a problem. Right, right. Like show, some ingenuity and go out there and find it like, I think that Matt Nagy is the NFL's coach of the year this season. I think the runner up is Frank Reich. And yet, I don't think that either one of them deserve the ward most specifically because of their offense of proficiency this year. I think it's been because of their leadership their game management there. And I understood that Matt Nagy made an error and some people's view late in that game. But like in game decision-making installing an identity leadership those things stand out to me most. And that's what I want to get into a little later because I do wonder if people are mistaking the job of offensive coordinator for head coach and in decision making that they're doing we'll get to that a little bit later coming up something every coach needs is a good quarterback. And we may have seen the best yet to come last night in the national championship game. We'll get into next benefits. Spain and fits just the way. We all drew it up, right? Spain and bits on ESPN radio the espionage, Sirius XM channel eighty Sarah Spain with you feel the villain in for fits all guests appear via the shell Pennzoil performance line. You know, never goes out of style. Surprising, a special friend or loved one. With twenty four multicolored roses for twenty nine ninety nine from one eight hundred flowers dot com to order, go to one eight hundred flowers dot com slash ESPN. So there's already been a whole lot of talk all day long about last night's national title game aid for many surprising result. Clemson absolutely beating the brakes off Alabama forty four to sixteen. And so to focus the conversational Amore, let's get into the quarterbacks in this game. And before we get to the guy who has been compared to every movie character with long hair and baked is you wind up on that one. Well, we'll we'll we'll get to that a moment sorry begun. Because I do I want to get to that. It's the most important part of the game is which of those. Fictional characters. He most resembles blitz. Start with two does it have any effect whatsoever on how people view to a season on what happens next year on what people think of his draft status. Other than the fact that I felt bad that he had over four hundred family members and attendance for that eg that he laid does this have any lasting impact on onto in your opinion as somebody who's going through the wedding planning process right now, like how large is to his wedding is way. I'm not that. I have any. I don't even know if he's gonna just shipping him just nobody gets married, but it's going to be a one thousand person then it's going to be like one of those Indian wedding. That's designed as long you invite people you've never met. Okay. Good luck to you and plan in that process. I've got my hands full with like two hundred people. But anyway, it does not impact the way that we viewed to a season. And I think unfortunately, Sarah the perception of to a season took a turn when they lost. Or when he struggled in the SEC championship game before getting hurt because. Player seasons at the college level are most defined by the Heisman Trophy, and he sort of lost for lack of better term the Heisman Trophy in the SEC championship game. When Jalen hurts took over for him. They go on to beat Georgia miraculous story, the reverse of what happened last year, etc. So I think that from an individual season standpoint that was when the turn actually occurred from an NFL draft stock standpoint, no it did not and part of that is because he's still a full year away. But also, Sarah as you know, when there is a quarterback who even looks like he's got a ten percent chance of being a star. Right. We automatically catapult that player way up the draft ladder over the past eighteen years a quarterback has gone in the top three at least one of them in seventeen of the past eighteen drafts. We know there is going to be a quarterback drafted high basically every single year and teams of whatever you wanna call it tank for two of something else for to like they are. To be in onto a in twenty twenty. They just have to be patient because he's not eligible until then so feel really quickly before we move on. Then can you think of anybody recently? That's this popping into your head that had the kind of status to a has now went into their final year and dropped significantly because of whatever went down. No not injury. But maybe play there. Definitely. I'm trying to think there's no there's not a putting you on this. Yeah. I don't have an example of somebody that comes to mind right away. I'm sure I'm forgetting someone truly obvious right now. If you guys can think of one let us know at one eight hundred flowers dot com, Twitter, here's one here's one Jimmy Clawson, Jimmy Clawson for Notre Dame went into the year. People thought he might be a number one quarterback in the draft type of player. He's led to the second round. I would say Matt Barkley to a degree. Sarah's that way as well. Matt Barkley ended up in the fourth round, I believe now he's he's fell. He's slid into a nice role with the Buffalo Bills as backup quarterback. But still like they were aspirated we're both of those players to be the number one overall pick in the draft. So not a lot to lose for two unless last next year goes terribly wrong on the other side of the ball a massive game a star making turn for Trevor Lawrence class clemson's true freshman quarterback on it took over the starting position their in game five of the season. And man, not only does he look like a superstar in that win. But he looks like a superstar six six to fifteen with the hair. Right. And I would I would be. Curious to know if things would be different for him. If just his hair was different in terms of our reactions to him. Nice come on man, but next year to stop immediately dropped to rain to I know just a full buzz. Right. No the hair was there. If the bun was there would need to be a full buzz for us to understand the importance of his main, obviously played incredibly. But it is funny. How I almost think the talk about him the overwhelming. This is the best guy we've ever seen forget to a he should be if he was allowed to get in the NFL right now he'd be drafted number one. And he would take the top spot over Patrick Mahomes. Some of that I think just comes from his vibe like he just looked so cool and calm. I have no doubt about that. By the way, Sarah. And we were just talking about how like cliff Kingsbury looks at the head coach is exciting. Trevor Lawrence looks like a quarterback who's going to be a soccer star. And you know, what he also plays like one too. Because last night was like the moment was not too big for him in any way, shape or form, Sarah. He's he's nineteen years old. That's. Crazy to me like the guy can barely buy cigarettes. It can't buy booze. You don't like there is so much greatness ahead. He wanted to lie. And now that's a good point. I mean stores. Flavor to drink. Right. Right. Right. Twenty-one? Exactly, exactly. But you know, like, and I get if people are saying, wow. You guys are certainly like, you know, like like leave the draft analysis to Kuyper mcshea like already Pennsylvania for twenty twenty one. I am just telling you that the buzz for Trevor Lawrence as a draft prospect did not start last night. It's been available. It's been around since high school. I mean, he's been that well, regarded of a prospect since his high school playing days in Georgia this kid's the real deal, Sarah and NFL teams do not as obviously tank is we used to see with basketball team that I think to a degree. We still see in the NBA. But I tell you what twenty twenty a year. I'm keeping my eye on like remember, how the raiders were competitive down the stretch this year and played their way out of the number one overall pick like if I'm a team in twenty twenty like I'm thinking about it long and hard assuming Trevor Lawrence does not get injured and keeps up on his current trajectory. Like, I I really do believe the opportunity cost for teams will be more beneficial to put themselves in the Trevor. Lawrence race than to win a couple of games down the stretch. So there is no opportunity for him to make the jump right away. And we certainly know he's not getting to the XFL. So that gives us plenty of time in the next couple of years to talk about whether he looks more like jar jar banks or Mitch nothing one hundred brings us, but Kohli Jeff's book Kolia. Roger waters of Pink Floyd is a good one two times that he looks like if an OA our song was a quarterback. That's pretty good. He's a crazy game of poker. Yeah. And then and then, you know, Mitch from dazed confused. So there's a lot of them, and we have a long time to figure it out. And of course, that's much more important than breaking down his game Paine field Yates in for Fitz on ESPN radio coming up the Packers have found their next head coach not everyone's happy about it. Talk to Jason. Well, d- of ESPN Milwaukee about it next Spain and fits it. Spain in Fitz on ESPN radio the SPN app and siriusxm channel eighty can. Always hit us up throughout the show on the one eight hundred flowers dot com Twitter feed at sarahspain at field Yates Spain and Fitz. Let's it out to the shell Pennzoil performance line where we will be joined to talk about the newest higher in Milwaukee. Jason Wilby ESPN radio Milwaukee actually Green Bay close enough where Matt leflore taking on the new head coaching gig for the Packers. And Jason before we get to your excellent insight, unless let's hear what the fans are saying you're doing local radio out there. You've got your your finger on the pulse. What are people saying about this higher? Well, first of all by seven excuse to talk to you in field of Green Bay's, really just a very northern suburb of Chicago. We all know that. You know, I think people are mostly excited in terms of the feedback. We got the how should I got? We'll be pouched this morning. You know, I think there's some skeptics I think there's people that are worried about the narrative of oh everyone's trying to get the next Sean McVeigh, right? And I am I guess my struggle with that being applied to Matt leflore as opposed to say, you know, I saw the press release from the cardinals right with cliff Kingsbury, and there's a line in there. I think field tweeted out as well that you know, that he's friends Sean McVay that sounds like a reach in the case of Matt before this guy spent roughly a decade with either Sean McVeigh or Kyle Shanahan or both simultaneously. They'll start it out together under Connell Shanahan's dad in Washington. So this is not just hey, he knows Sean McVay or he's had a Cup of coffee was shot like. He's coached with them and show him McVeigh did a conference call with the balance media today in advance of a playoff game, and he called Matt leflore one of his best friends. So this is a guy that has some bona feet as if you know are wanting someone from that tree to renovate your offense. And I think most Packers fans from our feedback have been excited about that possibility after years of feeling like maybe Mike McCarthy's offense was a little bit antiquated in do you think the perception of the Matt leflore higher would be different? If it wasn't the first higher made given the fact that he wasn't in relative, turn regarded as these sizzling candidate that some of the other names and the coaching charissa were. Yeah. I mean, I think that's probably part of it. Now. I would also say that the Packers stork -ly have not hired the sizzling candidate. Right. I mean, the coach I haven't gone through many coaching searches because Mike McCarthy spent thirteen years of my twenty three years on the team the coach, but in two thousand six he had coordinated the previous year in San Francisco. The worst ranked offense in the league. Before that the Packers had hired Mike Sherman who had been the Packers tight ends coach for years under Mike Holmgren and had spent one year as my home grins offense coordinator in Seattle. I remember the headline in Wisconsin state journal. I'm like my story was Mike who I mean? So that's not necessarily a away from the norm for the Packers to take someone who maybe isn't the hot candidate in nineteen Ninety-two. They got the guy that everyone was after in my call. I mean everybody wanted him the been the offense coordinator under Bill Walsh. And San Francisco people were really excited about him. That is not the case here. But I do think that given his history with Sean McVay and with Shanahan and Joe Thomas does our show with us and he played for Kyle Shanahan in Cleveland in two thousand fourteen as Joe likes to say he's played for a lot of coaches in Cleveland, but he raves about how Shanahan. And Kyle Shanahan, and Sean McVay have had that kind of influence on that leflore. I think Matt leflore probably deserves the benefit out. No matter how the titans offense ranked this past season Spain and fits field gates in for fits today. We're talking to Jason will VSBN radio Malaki. You can hear his show locally they're covering the Green Bay Packers who have just hired Matt leflore, and I have to ask because you look at leflore background three different stints as a quarterback coach to as an offensive coordinator. And just one with a full one full season of of calling NFL players under his belt. Does that quarterback coach gig and his connection to that position lead you to believe that this was mostly a hiring done with Aaron Rodgers in mind. And is that smart when you've got a veteran quarterback who can maybe do a lot on his own versus, you know, paying attention to a much more terribly ranked and problematic defense. Well, the clearly went into this planning. Outgoing offense. Right. They interview ten candidates eight of them had offense of backgrounds only Bryant Flora's, and Chuck Pagano. We're defensive-minded head coach candidates. So they obviously wanted to go that direction. I think part of it too was that they really liked Mike Patton as their defensive coordinator this year, and they were hoping that he would stay on. It sounds like in talking to a couple of people outside and inside the building at that is the plan for Mike petma- stick around Matt leflore. In fact, even mentioned his desire to do that in his interview, apparently with Mark Murphy and Brian to come. So what it's all about making Aaron Rodgers great again. And I am of the belief that Aaron Rodgers skills have not diminished significantly or even a small amount maybe a tiny little bit. But the more significant thing was that this offense, obviously was struggling that his relationship with Mike McCarthy was not what it was. Several years ago, they had the very public situation where after they beat the bills twenty three to nothing on September thirtieth Rogers step to the podium and basically ripped the game plan and talk about how they had a non playoff at and other should've put up double the number of yards. They had and double the number of points. And after that, you kinda wondered if the handwriting was on the wall Mike McCarthy lasted eight more games before he was fired. So I do think that their thought process was we have to get Iraj IRS back to being Rogers, and Matt leflore must've knocked it out of the park. And the interview he really quick five words or last you think Aaron Rodgers will have respect for a guy as young and inexperienced as him. I do I think that he wants to be coached. I just don't think. Sincerely, wanted to be coast guard. Awesome stuff. Thanks so much. Jason. Appreciate it. Artemije pick every Jason willday coming up four teams. Look good on wild card weekend. Who do you trust next?

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