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"Spread to at least 19 countries including Japan correspondent Laura Podesta The World Health Organization says it has the potential to pose a very high global risk No country no community and no individual is safe until we are all safe Scientists at the Africa health research institute are growing live overran which will be tested against the blood of fully immunized people as well as those who were previously infected Now health experts are urging all adults who have been vaccinated to get boosters Could it be chains like Walmart and Kroger even Amazon are taking advantage of supply chain problems to charge customers more Federal Trade Commission is asking companies to turn over pricing information as part of a new investigation President Biden met with business leaders on how to speed things up CBS is Skyler Henry The White House highlighted additional steps to address the backlog at the ports of Long Beach in Los Angeles including the elimination of some traffic fees for containers moved on nights and weekends through January Prosecutors opened Ghislaine Maxwell's sex crimes trial painting the late Jeffrey Epstein's associate as a partner in crime procuring underage girls for sex Correspondent Mola lengi is in New York The prosecutor charged that Maxwell traded on the trust she earned from the girls even being in the room when Epstein abused them but defense attorney Bobby sternum questioned the memories of Maxwell's accusers portraying Maxwell as a government scapegoat for the real criminal Epstein himself and telling the jury Maxwell is a convenient stand in for the man who can not be here Epstein committed suicide in jail Jury selection begins today in the manslaughter trial of a white police officer in Minneapolis who says she thought she was using a taser when she shot a black driver Dante Wright to death during a traffic stop HPV vaccines appear to be working CBS's Natalie rockham A study in jama pediatrics found decreased rates of cervical cancer and death in women and girls ages 15 to 24 after the HPV vaccine The decreases were greater than those in older groups Doctors say improving vaccination uptake is still important Barbados is officially split from the UK The island's broken from its 400 year old colonial past to become a republic Prince Charles attended this ceremony marking the end of his mother's reign This is CBS News It's Dell Technologies biggest business sale of the year with cyber Monday deals on Windows 11 PCs called 8 7 7 Dell Technologies recommends Windows 11 pro for business 6 O three it's Tuesday November 30th and some snow flurries flying around this morning Won't last long though our high today in the low 50s Good morning I'm Joan Jones And I'm Bruce Allen here at the top local stories we're following for you this hour The U.S. is still on high alert for the new Alma cron strain of COVID-19 although to this point there is still not any confirmed infections of it within our borders that we know of but health experts say it's just a matter of time and they're urging you to take steps now to minimize any potential impact The simplest thing you should do is either get vaccinated or get boosted That's the advice of Maryland governor Larry Hogan who knows anyone over 18 is eligible for a booster now If your second shot came before June 1st you're encouraged to get boosted as soon as possible The state health department in Virginia says it's monitoring viral samples and can quickly sequence the new strain and identify where it circulating if it's detected But also stress is vaccinations in boosters as the most important thing you can do while they figure out just what kind of impact this new strain might actually have John Doe in WTO P news The flu which was nearly nonexistent last year is making a comeback this year It does appear that we are on track for the usual year of influenza which is not good news Doctor Bill Petrie is a Professor of infectious diseases at the University of Virginia Your risk of dying if you're over 65 years of age from influenza is substantial And the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the strain that circulating is associated with higher rates of hospitalizations and deaths among the elderly We're seeing flu We know it's the more serious of the three kinds but there's still plenty of time to get vaccinated and be protected when the flu epidemic is going to be at its peak which will be early next year News Enrollment in Virginia public schools has dropped for the second year in a row down more than 46,000 students since the start of the pandemic Virginia Department of Education data shows the largest school district fairfax county has lost the most more than 10,000 students a bit over 5% loudon and Prince William counties are also large each lost more than 2000 students more than 2% of their enrollment The steepest losses were for preschool and kindergarten although parents in Virginia have always been able to delay sending their kids to kindergarten for a year The number of home school students was way up in 2020 but dip this year but still 40% higher than before the pandemic The alloy can stay in double the TOP news School funding is based on enrollment but the Virginia General Assembly provided enough funding so school districts won't lose funding through the end of next fiscal year D.C. Montgomery prince George's and fairfax counties have taken in more than 4000 unaccompanied unaccompanied immigrant children this year It's more than expected The federal office of refugee resettlement says roughly 4500 miners have arrived here surpassing the projected number of 3000 many of them fleeing their native countries due.
Lee Strobel Talks About the Idea of Dying for Religion
"One of the points you make that really blew me away Was that people die for their religion all the time All kinds of religions Throughout human history That's not unique at all That's not proof of anything But you make the point that nobody Nobody dies and suffers For something they absolutely know to be false So why is it that the people who so closely surrounded Jesus Christ as apostles But suffered through the most painful deaths and agonizing lives afterwards evangelizing his cause if they knew it to be false Yeah that's exactly right Because I said people were telling me well you know that cycles were willing to die for their faith And indeed there's 7 inches sources that confirm that they live lives of deprivation and suffering as a result of their proclamation issues And so they said well look they're willing to die for it They must be true So we met That doesn't make sense As you said Dan kind of concrete pilots in World War II or terrorists today crashing airplanes are doing suicide bombings They're willing to die for what they believe So what's the difference And it turns out the difference is exactly like you said a terrorist today who blows himself up with a suicide bomb He sincerely believes with all of his heart If he does that he'll go to Paradise to be with his guide Now does he know for sure No we can't know for sure but he's been plotted He believes it and he's willing to die for it That proves nothing But of all people of ever lived in history the disciples were unique position They didn't just believe Jesus rose from the dead and thus proved just the son of God They were there They touched him They talk with her They ate with them After it was resurrected They knew the truth They knew whether it was a lie or whether it actually happened And knowing the truth they were willing to die for Nobody knowingly and willingly dies for what they know is a lie And so that is as good confirmation that what they're saying is
United Airlines Pilot Placed on Unpaid Leave After Being Granted Exemption From Vaccine Mandate
"I am going to be joined in this segment by captain sherry walker and captain Dave Morgan of airline employees for health freedom. They happen to be United Airlines pilots, and they are pretty good at what they do. 7 87 international 7 67, these guys are experts. They keep us safe. They make the skies friendly. They get us from point a to point B and now they are going to tell us their story about their experience with these vax mandates that have been spreading across the country. There is news today that osha has now at least temporarily sidelined this plan of vax mandates, pending circuit court, judgments that have fully put a stop to it, at least for the time being. So we're going to keep monitoring that. Dave Morgan, thank you so much for joining us, captain sherry walker. Thank you so much for joining us. Tell us a little bit about what you guys have been going through the floor is yours. I've got some tape, by the way, that we can play at some point in the segment of the CEO of United. I know you're not speaking on behalf of United here, but I do have, I think it's partner to what we're discussing. So I do want to get to that, but tell us what you've been going through. Tell us a little bit about your background. Are you guys getting paid right now? I went on unpaid leave a week ago on Friday. I'm a pilot for United Airlines. I was hired in continental airlines in 1998, so I've been here 23 and a half years. We've spent many years out in the island of Guam for Micronesia and three years ago, just before the pandemic, we moved from Guam to the great state of Arizona, and I'm on a fly 7 87 out of San Francisco. Pandemic came down the pipe and we pressed on. We are the front lines that we're willing to do whatever it took. What we are team of many, many people, and I'm just representing I'm a voice representing thousands who I wish also could have this opportunity to speak. But we work through this thing. And with a really can do cooperative spirit of let's get through this because I was also a pilot during 9 11. I remember that vividly. We worked through that. And then suddenly, on the back side of this, here comes this vaccine mandate. And those of us who pressed on and made the wheels turn airplanes fly, the people who were able to fly for point a to we were there to get them there. And all of a sudden, Scott Kirby says, we're not safe anymore. You're done. So as of last Friday, I've been placed on unpaid leave, and they've basically cut my cord. I have no insurance, no benefits. I can't retire. I have no access to anything. They have shut me down and to make it worse. I can't pass travel. I can't even jump seat on other airline jump seats. So I'm scrambling right now to see what I'm going to do with insurance. I have three boys, 12, 16 and
US warns pilots of weapon fire as war nears Ethiopia capital
"Of Africa's busiest airports could be in danger pilots were warned that planes operating it bowl at ports could be struck by weapon fire from fighting the ATA because capital the advisory by the Federal Aviation Administration says the threat comes from ongoing clashes between Ethiopian forces and fighters from the northern Tigray region while CFA admit there has been no disruption so far they believe the rest to approaching and departing pains could increase if the Tigray finances and cycle the capital thousands have died in the fighting in the past year any TA pia I'm
Why You Can't Ask Questions About COVID Anymore
"Continue. There is no sane person who does not hope or pray that medical science can at least weaken the threat from SARS CoV-2 virus so that we can resume life as it mostly was before it. That said every one including doctors and scientists in the field of infectious disease should be able to ask questions or express doubts about certain protocols without being castigated or fired from their jobs. In this unhealthy us versus them dynamic that has sprung up as a toxic byproduct of the pandemic, there are many Americans, politicians, celebrities and Twitter trolls who are not only calling for the firing of doctors, nurses, firefighters, police officers, military personnel teachers, pilots, air traffic controllers, and U.S. intelligence officers, but also taking joy in that possible outcome. Fire them, can we step back for a second and realize what that punishment surely would mean? Punishing these Americans potentially would deny them the ability to buy food for their children, pay their rent or mortgage buy gasoline pay for medicine or pay for the care of loved ones to this point on a recent real time with Bill Maher, he said the world recognizes natural immunity. We don't because everything in this country has to go through the pharmaceutical companies. Bill Maher has turned out to be courageous.
"pilots" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"Does that work into your approach to teaching students? You know, my focus when I'm teaching students, I've been trying to spend a lot of time and just understanding how personalities and how people learn. So that factors into trying to understand the passenger experience as well. But when I'm trying to teach pilots, I try to get them to spend more time on looking at themselves. Just for an example in the industry worldwide business or airlines is reading an NTSB report and looking at somebody who has 12,000 hours very experienced people, but making incorrect decisions. What can we in the industry do go back to the beginning so that that decision had a better outcome later on? So it's a long way to go back. But it begins by understanding yourself. So when you have an emergency, you have a startle reflex. What are your own startle reflexes? If you can bring your awareness up to your own reaction to what's happening, you just in a matter of moments can maybe deal with the steps of the emergency better. So in that moment of startle, the alarm bells are going off, what exactly do you do? What is your brain doing at that moment? They've done some research. I saw a drexel university at this did this cool experiment. They hooked up pilots to brain sensors trying to quantify learning and reaction. And how your brain is drawing that information, so they hooked them up to these monitors, put them in the simulator, had them do just basic maneuvers, and then they turned a couple emergencies and just watched how the brain access to the information. You put that same pilot in another airplane now and do the exact same thing. The brain pathways to draw that information is coming from a different way. And what's happening is no matter how good our simulators are, your brain knows that you're safe on the ground. I mean, even though you come out of dripping wet, you're stink and stressful. Because in that moment, it feels like you're in the airplane, but your brain knows that it's safe. So when your brain thinks it's not safe, you're going to access your information a little bit differently. So you react better to any emergency you have to understand yourself and how you react. So pilots generally are have low neuroticism. It doesn't mean you are not neurotic. It just means that you have the ability of presenting calmness, even if you are injured stressful situation, you've all heard the tapes of somebody being so calm as they're about to crash. But that can also get us in trouble too, because we don't maybe put enough emphasis on what's happening at that moment. But all of us get tunnel vision when we're under a stressful situation. So how do you snap out of that and be able to draw in all that information? I can't tell you that. That's the thing. We can't tell you that get out of that. You need to start just analyzing yourself and realizing that in that moment, you are not taking in all that information that you need. So what do you do? You focus on whatever that problem is. Just to pull out a situation, most people know of the Air France situation where they had one simple thing fail, right? So all you do is you have your airspeed indicator fail, your autopilot goes off. So your tunnel vision goes down to the one problem. Instead of read that moment saying, hey, I've got two good engines. What else do I need? Nothing. You've got airspeed and attitude and two engines. Why are you adjusting the power? Why are you changing any kind of configuration of your airplane? So just getting pilots in that core beginning when they're just learning how to fly. In a moment of confusion, what is their reaction? I know for me, when I was in the simulator in just learning jets, during the emergency, I always felt like I had to be doing something right away. So my reaction when the bells were going off as I started touching and moving things, when in fact, that's just the opposite because I'm not thinking it through. So simply asking pilots to pay attention to themselves under duress, I think will help them in any kind of emergency situation. So just kind of a basic overview of that thought. And do you have a way that you help students come to understand this? Give them a case study or is there a teaching method that you employ to drive this point home? So I'll tell you what I do for myself. And this isn't going to work for you. My students think it's really funny, but for me, when I recognize I'm in that moment, I have to do something to tap yourself out of it. And so for me, I just say to myself, don't be a dumb ass. That's all I have to say. So it does two things because it's allowing that threat of humor to come into my situation. But what happens when that when you do that, is that you relax just a moment. You're still at high situational awareness, but having that moment of humor, you drop that level of tunnel vision to allow a couple more things to come in. And then when you can do that, you can bring a little bit more in. So it's super important because we all are going to react differently. So you need to have your own trigger. Your own I know they can teach you aviate navigate and.
"pilots" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"With U.S. airways in 2013. So the American basically has what that used to be. But in between, it was fascinating. The eastern air shuttle was sold to guess who Donald Trump who to operate it as the Trump shuttle. That was in 1989. But then it was acquired by U.S. air, which became U.S. airways. It became the American shuttle eventually. So American plans to end this at least from the at least the Boston to New York Laguardia service by next year, summer 2022. And instead, JetBlue is going to operate the Boston Laguardia route for both carriers. What's jet blue got to do with it? Well, remember JetBlue is the partner for the northeast alliance, American and JetBlue. So the rest of it is going to continue under American branding, the Boston to JFK and Washington Reagan national that continues under the American branding. But the Boston Laguardia route will be operated by jet blue. So I guess this northeast alliance is still kind of in question because you may recall we talked about a U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit against the carriers, alleging that this was anti competitive. But meantime, I guess is that plods along. American and JetBlue are working together. That eastern board shuttle is actually where the method of hijacking actually got started in the United States. Because you used to be able to go in onto the airplane sit down and they would be airborne before they collect your money. So you didn't even have to pre purchase a ticket, so people were coming on board, and that's when they started hijacking and saying, take me to Cuba, and yeah, the very first fatality in flight was a hijacker off one of those shuttle flights had come on board with a weapon and decided to hijack the aircraft and ended up shooting the first officer and shot the captain of both arms. There was a struggle in the cockpit and the captain was able to subdue the hijacker and but when we talk about aircraft security, you know, those kind of issues started coming up about that time. I had no idea that that was the time frame. I mean, that's so hard to understand now, isn't it that to just walk on the airplane and say, oh, yeah, I'm here. I'm going to I'll take that seat over there and I'll do some cash or what, you know, that's just impossible to understand at this point. But I mean, that was a great, that was a great shuttle. And of course it had competitors Delta did it as well for a number of years. But, you know, again, I am not sure, I think it's just the unit cost in this case, they wanted to revamp it, but they knew that JetBlue could run it much less expensively than American good. But again, that that alliance, I really thought they were they were going to put a knife through the heart of that thing. And I guess it hasn't happened yet, though. Well, using a big aircraft is the most inefficient thing that you can possibly do or those short hops. So it depends on what you're using for your aircraft for as far as profit margins on those short hops. Sure. I mean, JetBlue is probably going to operate what a three 20s on that or something? Probably. Eric tells a little bit about your teaching at metropolitan state university in Denver and what you're seeing about the pilot shortage. That's something that we've heard about on again.
Caller Confirms That Tiffany Cross Knows Nothing About Truck Drivers
"Relativity is saying is untrue I mean nobody yeah sure People don't like truck drivers There's only people like truck drivers the little kids and homeless people little kids you got a big horn and almost people because you got a big sleeper But hey I was at the pilot yesterday and I've seen a black truck driver that was having problems backing extra tight spot a white truck driver came out and helped him back his truck in I've helped out truck drivers before and I'll tell you what if there's anybody that's met at truck drivers it's the strippers or the receivers They're integrated everybody because when you back your truck and they're going to do this thing called work they have to start off the forklift and start loading these trucks So yeah you're going to have that happen now I'm through generation My dad is minority He has trouble back in his day my grandfather when he was driving he had trouble back in his day but things have changed And drug drivers nowadays are more helping each other out then they would be against each other because nobody likes this I mean shippers receivers cost to specialists We love you here I've been talking about you guys for decades And here's the thing Tiffany doesn't know a damn thing about trucking or truck drivers She said she spoke to truck drivers over the weekend or last week mostly black truck drivers in preparation for her segment Well why wouldn't she have a microphone in a video camera there
United Airlines Rolls Out New Plan to Diversify the Cockpit
"Segregation was wrong in the 1950s. And segregating children in the Georgia public schools, which is what's happening right now is wrong again. And it goes even further than that. Whether it's not just graduation ceremonies, it's not just dormitories, but also I'll give you another example. United Airlines has come out and they have said that they are going to be hiring pilots based primarily on based on the color of someone's skin. Now, I don't know about you. When I'm flying in an airplane, I couldn't care less about the skin color of the pilot. I care can you land the plane? And this emphasis on diversity for diversity's sake comes with a price. And when you elevate diversity over competency to try and fit some sort of esoteric political agenda, then there will be a price to pay
Man who traveled to space on Blue Origin flight dies in plane crash
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a man who went to space with William Shatner dies in a plane crash Glenn M. to breeze to travel to space with William Shatner in October was killed in a small plane crashed Thursday in northern New Jersey state police say the forty nine year old to freeze and fifty four year old Thomas P. Fisher were aboard a single engine Cessna one seventy two that went down Thursday afternoon the breeze was an instrument rated private pilot ed Fisher owned a flight school authorities did not say who was piloting the aircraft the breeze Shatner and two others took a ten minute flight to the edge of space on October thirteenth aboard blue origin's new Shepard spacecraft hi
Doug Giles Tells Us About His Latest Book 'Psalms of War'
"Back. I'm talking to none other than Doug Giles, GI Ellie S he has a new book out called sums of war. There it is, psalms of war with a picture of David in a sling, and who created that picture, Doug Giles. Yeah, man, I did. And a great pilot for an incredible carrier. I won't mention their names. Because they're in the throes of some legal battles over a forced jab. But anywho, he bought the original painting of king David. This is all young whippersnapper David as a teenager, queueing up to put a big hole in Goliath's forehead as a teenager Eric doing what men should do, but all the men are scared. Yeah. They're lining the rim of the valley of ela and they're afraid to confront Goliath because they see a monster that's too big to kill. And David saw a guy who's too big to miss. So, yeah, I painted that. And throughout the book, I've got 30 different paintings. And I've done some incredible stuff on the biblical bad boys of the scripture that a lot of people when they think, man, when they think about Jesus or the apostles or the prophets, they think that they're just bearded ladies. And these guys were rough cussing fishermen that were hardy that they would stare down monsters had stare down pharaoh. And they took all kinds of persecutions and beatings. And I tried to through my art depict them as dudes instead of these pale skin little indoor boys who drink. And or boys I've never heard that before. That is
NASCAR denounces 'Let's go, Brandon' conservative rally cry
"NASCAR is disassociating itself from the let's go Brandon chant that's being used as a vulgar insult against president Joe Biden it is warning vendors not to violate its trademark NASCAR's president Steve Phelps says they'll take legal action against anyone who uses NASCAR merchandise to repeat the political chant let's go Brandon that originated at a NASCAR race he says they don't want to be associated with any politics left or right the chant began last month at the Talladega speedway when the vulgar slur against Biden was being honored at the same time Brandon brown won his first career race now it took code for biting critics an airline pilot is being investigated for saying it during the flight I'm Jackie Quinn
Southwest Airlines Launches Investigation Into Pilot Saying 'Let's Go Brandon'
"So they have this Southwest Airlines pilot You've probably heard of this guy right Who said let's go Brandon before he took off He kind of muttered under his breath And they wanted to do an investigation on the guy Southwest promised to get to the bottom of this They said we will not allow political statements political statements What if the guy had a friend named Brandon I mean is that certainly a possibility Is it not He might just know someone named Brandon It might just want to be saying let's go Brandon But beyond that too beyond even wanting the investigation into the Southwest Airlines pilot for saying that they also said this now They said this was osha ranga on a Twitter who said as an experiment I'd love for a Southwest air pilot to say long live ISIS before taking off My guess is that the plane will be immediately grounded The pilot fired at a statement issued by the airline within a matter of hours See now if you can't figure out the difference between let's go ISIS and let's go Brandon I don't know what to tell you but you're clearly a leftist I mean there's no other way around it You're just clearly a
Juliette Kayyem Triggered Over Southwest Airlines Pilot Saying 'Let's Go Brandon'
"Juliet cam who's a Harvard professor said that passengers on that flight should file complaints with the federal aviation administration because their ears had to hear something they don't like This Harvard person said if Southwest air doesn't do anything every passenger on that flight has standing to file a complaint with the FAA and they should do so Southwest will then be compelled to investigate or defend the pilot Have fun with that No messing around in the air bright line rule
'Let's Go Brandon' or 'Let's Go Braves?'
"So I mean you know a lot of times pilots in the flight attendants make jokes and they're doing the whole you know had a buckle in the seatbelt thing that they still have to they think they have to teach us still to this day And a lot of times they do it to make it fun and you know joke around they dance sometimes right They sing songs They make little comments Nobody's ever really gotten upset by it But of course now let's go Brandon is now synonymous with the fact that Joe Biden's a failure That's really what comes down to He's failing at everything They know that There's this Democrat who spoke anonymously today and he said he's almost to the point of chanting Let's go Brandon now Things are that bad Because that's what it comes down to Chris Hahn who's a progressive political strategist he accused the pilot of sympathizing with terrorists The power of the plane the power of the Southwest plane of sympathizing with terrorists by the way And it also kind of sounded a little bit like he might have said let's go braves That's the other thing too is that the braves are in the World Series I mean there was of course the left accusing everybody of the racist chant and the chop It was that too But it's also possible that the pilot might have been saying let's go braves It's hard to tell But I don't think that would have been any better since Trump went to the braves game and did the shop that probably wouldn't even worse actually They might have the plane just for that for saying the racist word braves It's very hard to keep up with these people It really is But let's go Brandon is political speech It's protected speech It's satire it's parody It's tongue in cheek it's all these other things
Delta Air Lines launches facial recognition checks
"Delta airlines is piloting a quicker way to board planes with digital facial recognition the pilot program starts in Atlanta delta's Byron Merritt says you will need a TSA precheck membership and the fly delta app you move through the process of the check yeah through our the TSA experience and all of those have been enabled through through facial recognition ID checks are as simple as looking into a camera and it's really that quick Gregory forms of delta says just like the human brain facial recognition will pick up changes in facial features at some point there's a break a confidence level it says okay even though they've grown a beard even though they've run their hair out that's still my friend that I know if all goes as planned customers will be able to travel from curb to gate completely hands and device free I'm a Donahue
Judge rejects challenge to Southwest's vaccine mandate
"A federal judge has rejected a bid by southwest pilots to block the airline from imposing a covert nineteen vaccine mandate the pilots union asked for a temporary restraining order after southwest asked all employees to get vaccinated a district judge denied the request saying the airline is within its power to require vaccination as a safety measure and to maintain operations southwest is giving employees until November twenty fourth to either show proof of vaccination or ask for a medical or religious exemption it's
USDA rethinks approach to controlling salmonella in poultry
"Federal health officials are rethinking their approach to controlling salmonella in poultry plants in the hope of reducing the number of illnesses the USDA says all levels of salmonella contamination found in poultry plants in recent years has been reduced that has not translated into a significant reduction in the estimated one point three million salmonella illnesses reported each year so the agency wants to set up pilot projects that focus more on the strains of salmonella that cause the most illnesses they're also looking at steps farmers can take to reduce the bacteria out before chickens and turkeys are slaughtered like using more vaccinations adding probiotics to feed and doing more to ensure that birds bedding food and water remains clean I'm Shelley Adler
Biden pays tribute to fallen law enforcement officers
"President Joe Biden paid tribute Saturday at the U. S. capitol to fallen police officers and honor those who fought off the January six insurrection at that very site Biden spoke at the annual national police officers memorial service to remember the four hundred and ninety one officers who died in the line of duty in twenty nineteen and twenty twenty your loss is also America's loss the president stood where the pilot mob tried to block his own ascension and singled out capitol police because these men and women we have word as a catastrophe but there are ways in Canada cost flooded pointed out a hundred and fifty officers were injured and five died in the attacks aftermath he also pushed for reforms that include more resources for police not less we expect everything out of you it is beyond the capacity of anyone to make the total expectations VanEck cop today is one hell of a lot harder than it's ever been I'm Julie Walker
A Boeing test pilot has been indicted in connection with the 737 Max
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting a Boeing pilot involved in testing the Max jet is indicted in Texas a federal grand jury in Texas has indicted a Boeing pilot who was involved in testing the seven thirty seven Max jetliner later involved in two deadly crashes the indictment accuses mark a Fortner of giving the Federal Aviation Administration false and incomplete information about the automated flight control system found to have played a role in the crashes prosecutors said because of workers allege the deception the system was not mentioned in key FAA documents pilot manuals or pilot training material supplied to airlines the
Biden: Get vaccinated, battle misinformation
"As he calls for more Americans to get coded nineteen vaccines president by the is blasting misinformation about vaccination requirements the president says the requirements by employers nationwide are working vaccination requirements should not be another issue that divides us but he says there's too much misinformation about that man is a healing efforts to fight back Southwest Airlines at the head of the pilot the head of the pilots union and CEO dismissed critics who claim vaccination mandates contributed to flight disruptions the president says some sixty six million eligible Americans remain unvaccinated a number he says is unacceptably high Sager made Ghani Washington
"pilots" Discussed on Behind the Prop
"All that stuff is right there at your fingertips and if but if you don't know how to analyze it if if you're reading a brief that says Air met sierra along your route of flight. And you don't know what an air met. Sierra is you could potentially be in for a bad day. Yeah i kid with people around here all the time that the more you become a pilot the more you really become a weather man. I mean i think we all learn a lot. More about weather ryan's do point temperature. All that stuff that helps us be wetter. Pilot as i'm sitting here if you got your license certification fifteen years ago the iphone didn't even exist so it's a very different cockpit and it was fifteen years ago just based on solar the iphone or mobile tablets and phones in general right fifteen years ago That might be a little recent but certainly twenty years ago in in panel. Gps's were were not much beyond a fantasy. At that point. I remember i was. I was arrested pilot. I was the quintessential rusty pilot for about ten years. When i came back and got current again in nineteen this would have been nineteen ninety six thereabouts. Nine hundred ninety five. Maybe i got current in a warrior and it had a panel mounted i think was a magellan sky natve. Gps this is not an iof are certified gps. it was no moving map It basically just kind of showed you the bearing to the station. No magenta line. No nothing and i looked at that. And i said what in the world is. Gps stand anybody us. Why would anybody use this thing. This is just more crap. I've gotta learn how to use in the cockpit and now i fly has dual garment for thirties which in themselves are old technology and and and and in two screens of technically advanced aircraft. And i never would have seen that coming even even ten years at twelve twenty point i mean maybe the the first thing rusty pilots tonight should do is learn about the technology. They all the options. they're going to see very different aircraft from four thirty two things with glass g.
"pilots" Discussed on Behind the Prop
"Deism isn't delta If you want a little bit more in a opie actually has also has a A piece on that if you just go to a opa dot org and it will search window. Put flight review or something along those lines. You'll get a circular that we printed as well sino. There's a lot of pilots of listen. And maybe the show won't appeal to everybody but you say one hour ground whenever flight who who determines when that's done is the if i'm a student. I haven't flown in ten years. I come to you. i said look mr director. I only want to do one hour with you. One hour in the plane. Then i want you to let me go. Is that how that works. No let me say first of all the thing about a flight review flight review is not a cheque right. it's career okay so You know a lot of people get a little little anxiety when they think of check right. I mean i do Every nine months at my airline. I i have to have a check ride in in You know there's there's a little anxiety that goes along with that even Where i am in my career but Apply review is is is what it says a terrific. It's a flight review. It is not a check ride the cnbc f. I can give a flight review and You know a. Cfi isn't so much trained on how to evaluate so much If the f. at the end of an hour of ground and the hour flight the instructor deems that you're not ready to go fly solo or or take your family wherever He will just not Not sign you off if you would you know. That's that's a good way of putting it I mean you can't you're not gonna fail at. You're not gonna get a endorsement in your book. Says flight review failed. You just not gonna get the endorsements light review has been completed so it is. It is a review. And you're you're paying that instructor so you're paying for flight. Instruction it should be an instructional flight and then the kid depend for each person. I'm assuming right. Some people may take two hours of flight three hours of ground when our ground two hours of flight. It really just varies by person but the cfo who is performing this instructional review. They're the ones who will ultimately endorse a log book. Which says this fiber he's been complete and then that's good for how long twenty four calendar month so it would kind of reset that clock and then i'm i'm quote unquote legal but i still have all my currency requirements. Just like anyone else. Would if i wanna to take passenger do those things yeah cetera. If i haven't seen in quite some time and you may two good references to the fly review stuff. But let's say. I wanted to learn what's changed. Where would i go. Try to test my knowledge before. I may be came to that. Flight reviews their place. I might turn to. If i wanted to look outside the any books publications things like.
"pilots" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"Bring whisker squadron home. This christmas covered two thousand four. Oh my goodness awesome. I really enjoyed that i loved. I really love how it started to is a lot more like the keyboard sound and lebron orchestra sound. That's super cool man. I liked it. A law star fox fans wish they had a pre in star fox game in two thousand. Four i'm not talking about the three d. The game qui ones that are star. The one that wasn't star fox and then they put starbucks dino planet or some- j. So this track going to give us a little bit of a taste of some of the themes that we're going to hear in the game so yeah this is This is the whisker squadron theme. At least i'm planning on making this theme. And i can't wait to extend this to be like a full loophole track As of now. It has a finite ending because like the trailers only so long. And i wanted to end a bam but So yeah. I have a lot of ideas caught. I am so excited to work on this game. Because there's so much that i can really deep dive into like a. I don't know how much of the game i'm allowed to talk about. But obviously there are certain levels. That are in space that i have ideas for for some of those were flying over different kinds of planets and i wanna make different themes for them. They're going to be boss. Fights that are procedurally generated. I be me. I read a lot of dynamically layered music. I'm trying to figure all right. Do i wanna have the boss name be thing and then have it change based off of which boss you fight. Do i wanna have the elements change based off of like the kind of elements of the boss. Procedurally generates because there are different elements that are alley skies of arcadia. Did years ago wear it changed based on how you were doing in the actual really taking damage or something you'd go crabbing going like the darker version of stop forgotten or worse but if you're doing better like now's the cool good version of is like the happy version versus us shoot is the danger. We're about the diversion so have kind of written music. That was reactive on like your health. Not so much. But i think i wanna do it base. I need. I need to know more about the the amazon development so clearly. I don't know everything that happens yet. But when i really get the to really get deep in a in there i will. I will have some sort of idea of like how d- how much of these layers gonna mess around with. And it's something that i love doing. I did since i've done it. Basically in every game. I've worked on basically so be you're gonna get some signature layer messing around this stuff from me as well as dazzle. Yeah and a friend was like hey gonna. Rates vapor wave the song i wrote for this clearly vapor wavelength. I written vaporware foreign. I really enjoyed the genre so shocking. Find somewhere in the game. I have an idea of where i want but in the game and i won't say where you could be anywhere. But yeah if he if he liked the sound of this and you like the son of the game in anything. Hey man star fox and rogue legs. That's like if you like either of those by the game. The yup back the game kickstarter dot com slash projects slash flip affi- slash whisker dash squadron. Now whiskered sorry so we're going to see him. I'm we're gonna have the links and the show notes while the links on the website So click that button and then a click back and then that's all Click tear on the right side. And you can be as low as five hours I don't know if this is gonna be early enough for the early birds but like the game is going to be twenty bucks again. You can get the and the search for thirty and then there's going to be more goodies and in huck. Acer is always get goodies at n now or get it never know. Just make sure call. Whisker squadron in the that these are animal pilots allah starbucks right. Yeah they're cats. I saw yeah. I hope they're fighting dogs but hopefully they're fighting. They become friends with the bills because dogs. I can't say anything could not bark force king water park force. That would be to actually sequel. That was i mean. We can't talk about sequels until the games done. But by the time this by the time this epsilon You will be able to see the trailer and an entire campaign. And i'll have written some stuff for the campaign and by written i mean like words and could i also music useless so impossibly bark force might show up to wish ab- look we're going to you now. Okay so i'm just going to get this out of the way right now. The original game. I was trying to look up a cover or remix was tech roadmaster. Which for the record list. So if anyone is listening that composes music do a remix or cover for tech roadmaster show the hammer hammer from frigging love. I've never played tech answer. But i know of it. I'm just day mec game though isn't it. it's a fighting game. But max right max. But they're folk. The focus is on the pilots. The focus is on the pilots. So go it's not pilot. Prior fighting game olympics the fight each other. Yeah but they're pilot by pilots. The pilots you bring up the trailer. Look up even just looking at the intro. The focus is more on the pilots and the actual mecca. They pilot like no. It's finding game. Of course it's focused on the fighting. It's not like you're fighting with the pilots in the mix. They're fighting for justice. I am dodging through the battles greg. Justice always justice with you. Print always great justices always and for ever just baby but why defining as my secondary because this is another game that i think is a great focus on various pilots because they poly tanks in this case is about curia. Chronicles and i did come across. It doesn't take violet. Yeah they're tank pilots. Oh yeah counts. It is only one tank pile which is welcome partake are they not drivers know. It's just welcomes the only actual vehicle user in the main group everyone else's on foot but welcome pilots tank. Is it piloting tank. If it's a ground vehicle hundred percent still a pilot still. I gotta go this. I gotta google this like pilot angie airborne or driving. Let's get hurt dockery. Chronicles main theme desperate fight guitar cover. Who's a spy for now. Mock your mako. Depending on how you pronounce it and bound facie seven monaco or mako. Music.
"pilots" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"And knuckles now. Does this sonic wings and sonic wings. Three this is by. Who so this alias. For soci strike is called. Overdrive man. And i love the soundtrack to death. And you're going to hear why.
"pilots" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"Wings resort reenter asset that way This is the hang glider from the nintendo three s. composed by asuka ito took.
"pilots" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"Fit for this episode because born while board is a sort of like mac. Hexagon game like advanced words. But with mixed the difference in this game compared to those other types is that the generals actually pilot unique mets only they control and they are end skirmish with their actual troops in this case luella not only controlling her commanding her units. But she's also in the as well on her cool zillow gears looking neck doing awesome stuff and this is powerful. love it. i adore. It makes me want my own theme song. When i walk into a room with a glass of sparkling water not campaign was up every site already sparkling for me but also like i hate you for picking a song that is not pilots but it is pilots according to you but this song is so good back as do and And robert both trying to figure out the multi meter. But i do believe it's nine we've but specifically to two thirty so i couldn't i started and then i stopped at because i'm like i'm going to enjoy the track. Keep trying to figure this out. I'm not that good. Says i don't understand what you guys are doing. I'm trying to hold back a simpsons. Reference thing came to mind when we do the numbers duplicity. It's only two to three is how it works As the group are when you say that. Are you referring to like how i would just think of generic one two three four beat. You couldn't do the two step dance to the song i mean. This is like this is like like free form jazz reform jazz. But it's so. Here's the question. I guess it's just this is my relief. Says might relate to what you gotta tomba can. Maybe i understand it. But just don't have the terminology for so when i'm at the gym and doing my and workouts towards the end when i need to really put energy into a really tired. I'm kind of falling out. What i usually do to push through. Being exhausted is rather than focus on my actions. I focus on the music. I'm listening to and i do all my motions to the beat and sometimes it's slow. Sometimes it's like fit fit fit fit fit like punching to the music that i hear underneath the undertone of the music rhythms commodity. Would that be a similar scores. Like i'm pointing to the yeah. Yeah and it's like dance. Music is traditionally four four. Because it's a lot easier to kind of keep your group. Keep your step with it. I think i don't know. I love the intro to the song so much. In the way it builds and builds and builds and falls it's so unique and this is theme a one of the other other dangers of this comment. That's the danger of this game though and this happened to me in a lot of video games in general to mostly like these types of games with the war groups. Which is that you'll be. You'll start the game out and like the first or second track that plays is probably your favorite. So you're any like you want to just keep playing because you want to hear this music for as long as possible and then you get to a new character storyline or you get to a new general and their track plays which isn't bad but it sure as hell ain't that first one and you just kinda drop off now you're like i want to be the other person again they were. I wanna go back. Like i'm sure right there's more content or there's more can do with these other characters but they didn't have that saw from the music is your opponents theme and i'm like i'm so tired of fighting reawaken. I find her a sheet that song. Booties we're the carring tirlian about guilty gear in that regard room like off. You're so good kids like intruder five. You could edit the way that music was being played right. You can either so you can either said it so that you're listening to the stage music in general. It's okay but the character themes feel like are in general better. That's kinda hard to say and you can ended the menu. Be whatever you want to. So my song is always first bouquet then carleen and then after that i never hear them. Yeah harry. I'm just not in the many long carrying steam Like i think both of them. There's a couple of them and in her theme on the beach. The catholic kentucky each awesome. I've been shelved conduct beach me a safe. You may not have seen this chill but you might appreciate this. I guess rob posted in the group that our favorite guests is on the show today. And then chris murray says the unofficial third host of the show me. Oh thanks shows like it's happening. This was the first podcasts. I was ever on brand his the. I think you were the first people that ever had me on. Gwynn was like hey some people want to have you on the podcast. And the message. All i think i didn't hear back for a hot second and she was like. Oh like don't worry about it or like she's i think she's like screw them like what and then y'all got back and then i came on the show. This is a good time and we talked about stuff. And i'm like we are. We're sort. i'm thinking we're like mad. Yeah we share similar opinions on certain things and then there's like you video games because you were the mind pre. I'm glad you came. Come sean. i'm glad you enjoy doing it because i think Podcasts has a whole. There's a lot of similar styles in very similar shows of like you know older white men all talking about like movies and it's really annoying. Hey hey hey hey. Hey say watch listen to some of the no. I'm the black guy on the show. Like hey hey no white guy talking about being quiet percent white guy fifty percent black guy and then occasionally me. Let's get into some tunes here. We got I got. I got some news coming at you now. Some music from pilot.
"pilots" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"All right. So i ended up choosing tracks that were specifically related to pilots but not necessarily what. They piloted so y. Here's a mac. No war board. And the trait is it is but it's about the pilot pilots in highlights point pilots was the about flying air or space like paolo cancer. On this show. I was piloting my toyota corolla. You could've picked rob themed track it's just aggressor now. We're.
"pilots" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"And we're back. You're listening to tornado alley from crash bandicoot. The wrath of cortex cortex composed by. Andy blyth and martin jau stra or castro talking about on the break how i crash a plane crashed to and i played crash three but i actually never played the ones win. The licensed switched over. Which i think was wrath of cortex in twin sanity. The license which i've never played either nude yeah. It wasn't naughty dog getting more. It was a human know who the actual company is. But it wasn't twin wasn't already till it was some other company at that kind of dropped off and then came back for crash for because it has a number so but like i liked the track here because despite the change in developer though frano maybe this is what still naughty. Don't have there's tales. Oh what's wasn't was right okay It still sounds like a crash tune. Them definitely still carries that field. Did you play this when joe. Yeah i beat it. Actually so i played a little bit crashed three but more time was spent on court and then recently but then like the last year played the remake trilogy and i was like i thought i crash bandicoot more than this because the first two games. I was not having fun but me being stubborn individual that i am push to crash through was more fun but once i was done i was done and then and then after he crashed. I learned that about the whole hit boxes thing. And why the ovals versus quakers in the why it made it so much harder so clearly you learn something and i didn't because i knew nothing of that. I just know that crash. In general was a franchise that i also don't know why enjoyed it. It's not that it was bad as far from fan it was just. I didn't find it special. Like it was very hop and baath at its purest form it was it was a three d platformer before mario sixty four so the sixty four it didn't have a it didn't have the formula yet. So they will. Do you know what it was like a fake out. Three d platform analyst. The problem like the call are sonic because it's sonic but you look at his foot in devils before but sonic existed to was the sonic behind the back. Modern saad running like four was never know when it comes to sonic. I know but the sonic dreams collection nobel while weird the weird or racing. One where there's like various weird shaped animals almond like before like mars before was still talk. Like visit gonna revolutionize platforming. This is the thing that's going to put nintendo back on top. While playstation one is gaining traction so kind of like how nintendo tried to use donkey kong country to outplay. The playstation playstation tried to play crash bandicoot to out play overshadow. Mario like we can do three. D platformer to check out crash like deep down. Crashes not a three d platformer so much as it runs on axes which is three is at a base level. But it's not morio running in circles and just gone off in the distance you'll know. Endless runner sometimes finite finite runner. Great so you described is exactly right. You're talking about like a weird small circles or ovals. Oh tell me about that. So i don't know what's going on the okay. So older back. In the old days boxes were all rectangles and so running and jumping onto platforms was a lot less quote unquote precise based off of the character miles. And whether or not the rectangle made on top of the rectangle. This meant that it was a lot. Easier in basically platform was more forgiving. So maybe you can sit on the edge of a of a square with this. Have a one pixel foot. Yeah so inversely game development. And i don't know if this is one of the things that they look back on leaking postmortem. But essentially i think the more modern crash bandicoot games have like rectangular or oval hit boxes which means that while it might match his foot geometry better. It made landing on things a lot less forgiving in the old days and i saw a gif of someone like kind of momentum jumping in the original one and it looked so smooth and and intuitive in the sense of like how you would expect platform ours. I felt like Comparatively the newer stuff. You have to be a lot more careful. And maybe i'm just maybe i'm just bad because crash really freaking hard. It's hard but apparently according to people and not just me and not my friends but actually the the new games are harder than they will remember. You said a new games. Do you mean like crash four. No no no the The remain mineral remake I honestly can't say because. I played three on there but it was also my first time playing three. I'd never played the original version. So i tried to go to the remixed and i lost it. I lost my temper. And i lost control heart. Yeah you lost the controller. No no. I was going to play through them with like. I kicked the tar out of three but that did not come without frustration because every vehicle over maybe wanna smash my head into the ground and this is what this is right tornado alley. Is this like Shooter kinda thing is he in a little. Oh yeah so. Because i look i'm not a i'm not a i'm not a cheater. I picked the song in crash bandicoot one of the special levels and you fly as in a plane and you got to shoot something. I don't remember what you're shooting you're gonna play in your shooting stuff tornadoes and don't think you had to shoot machines that are making tornadoes. Okay learn how to fly a plane. He's a cra- listen. He can drive a motorcycle and he can do deep sea diving and pilot submarine. He's he's he's fully clothed so he's learned address himself. He's not fully clothed only has pants. Well he's asked shoes. Shoes are hard to put. Coco is fully closed. Crashes crashes just a shirtless dude. I wear oshkosh get turned away from many restaurants because he's welcome at my restaurant outback steakhouse. Yeah he's He's he'll be he'll be the front staff you know he'll be the only throws a huge mouth enormous tongue okay. We're coming around to your first pick so we go.
"pilots" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"One of the early levels in game is called tornado called tornado alley Composed by andy flight in martin. Xiao straw an.
"pilots" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast
"Htpn, what's up? It is I Adam Again by myself. No guests. No co-host. It's one of those touch-and-go things that I used to do with that were bringing back which is doubtful twist this time. We're going to call it tpn touch-and-go Tuesday Triple-T. Why because we really like acronyms because we're not that smart and can't really remember all the words of the pilot Network or whatever. It's just easy to say Triple T. And we're going to try to release them on Tuesdays get him out there just so there's some stuff for them to on your commutes because a better up to a bunch of us are probably going to commute more than we ever had before or more over if you just want to hear the sound of my wonderful voice. Or if you just want to hear what's going on on tpn and inside the network and we can give you a little snippet of that. Essentially. That's all it's going to be thoughts or questions from the network name or my personal opinions and stuff that was posted or just stuff that I've found in research talked to other people in the industry and thought it'd be unique or interesting to share with you. It's going really short very quick not take a lot of your time. Hopefully never longer than seven minutes. If it is, please forgive me. I apologize. So if you have an idea or you want to participate directly in the podcast by indirectly having me talk about whatever it is. You want to talk about send us an email at hey guys at the pilot Network. Or send me an email directly at Adam at the pilot. Park. Org and I will share your idea or question if I have an answer or if I can research it and if I can't I will find somebody who has an answer for your job. And with the network via this little mini platform. So here we go. First one is a post by one of our awesome members who post regularly. I have some pretty good discussion pieces name is Josh flatly. And for those of you who may or may not know him and he posted something about the Pentagon is or off to pit against human pilots and live fighter trials. All right. So this is from c4isr. The article goes on to discuss a bunch of really unique pieces of Testing that happened in simulated dog fights between an AI algorithm and F-16 pilot and they I think they beat him something like five times five out of five months and they want to say that by 2020 for artificial intelligence could they're going to put that live trial against each other are born and we're going to see what happens and it's the end of the age of the fighter pilot which means and the age for all Pilots blah blah blah. Keep going down that road talk about it. Yeah, and one of the few more interesting things though was the quote the ai's resounding Victory demonstrated the ability of advanced algorithms to outperform humans in virtual dog fights these simulations culminate in a real world competition involving full-scale tactical aircraft in 2024. They go further on to say and I think this is a quote from the article that off. Really like is by Colonel Dan je veux te voir a sec. Hope I'm saying that right, but there are quote. There are a lot of caveats and disclaimers to add in here. That after the test including that the a I had significant information that might not be available in an actual combat scenario and that they're maybe just moving to a bad idea of a loyal wingman setup where a number of systems are controlled by One Pilot or that the way I could take over existing systems making them and optionally humanly piloted platform. I don't know where I stand on all this I guess as a Aviator, I'm not really excited about the idea of fighter pilot buddies in mind losing their jobs and losing that thrill and what they've always wanted to do what they're really really good at. I do understand that. I'm not a Luddite and I get it that if stuff is going to progress we need to be ready to put up with it or kind of died on the vine. I do understand that premise of it and I also am readily willing to admit that there's certain things human beings can't do better than computers. And in the long run off that way I might have the capability to do some of that what I don't understand is I get it that day. I algorithmic algorithms might be able to figure out how to better calculate. She rapidly intercept angles and all that stuff all the fighter pilot stuff that I don't know but what happens if you throw weather into the mix or something that's outside of that case. I mean, I guess with a i learning and I'm not an expert on any of this stuff. I'm not even a novice with a learning in a probably be able to figure all that out, but I don't understand it. I know that there's a lot of you smarty people out there who probably do so I guess my question for you is could you just stop doing it so we can continue to fly airplanes. I know that's nice. Reality, but I figured I'd try to ask the question. Anyways, well more importantly though on the same website is and I must read this is that Faisal Sohan said comments section quote. I'm now making over $15,000 every month just by doing an easy job spelled with the zero online spelled with an exclamation point in the Zero from home using my laptop..
"pilots" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast
"Pentagon is or off to pit against human pilots and live fighter trials. All right. So this is from c4isr. The article goes on to discuss a bunch of really unique pieces of Testing that happened in simulated dog fights between an AI algorithm and F-16 pilot and they I think they beat him something like five times five out of five months and they want to say that by 2020 for artificial intelligence could they're going to put that live trial against each other are born and we're going to see what happens and it's the end of the age of the fighter pilot which means and the age for all Pilots blah blah blah. Keep going down that road talk about it. Yeah, and one of the few more interesting things though was the quote the ai's resounding Victory demonstrated the ability of advanced algorithms to outperform humans in virtual dog fights these simulations culminate in a real world competition involving full-scale tactical aircraft in 2024. They go further on to say and I think this is a quote from the article that off. Really like is by Colonel Dan je veux te voir a sec. Hope I'm saying that right, but there are quote. There are a lot of caveats and disclaimers to add in here. That after the test including that the a I had significant information that might not be available in an actual combat scenario and that they're maybe just moving to a bad idea of a loyal wingman setup where a number of systems are controlled by One Pilot or that the way I could take over existing systems making them and optionally humanly piloted platform. I don't know where I stand on all this I guess as a Aviator, I'm not really excited about the idea of fighter pilot buddies in mind losing their jobs and losing that thrill and what they've always wanted to do what they're really really good at. I do understand that. I'm not a Luddite and I get it that if stuff is going to progress we need to be ready to put up with it or kind of died on the vine. I do understand that premise of it and I also am readily willing to admit that there's certain things human beings can't do better than computers. And in the long run off that way I might have the capability to do some of that what I don't understand is I get it that day. I algorithmic algorithms might be able to figure out how to better calculate. She rapidly intercept angles and all that stuff all the fighter pilot stuff that I don't know but what happens if you throw weather into the mix or something that's outside of that case. I mean, I guess with a i learning and I'm not an expert on any of this stuff. I'm not even a novice with a learning in a probably be able to figure all that out, but I don't understand it. I know that there's a lot of you smarty people out there who probably do so I guess my question for you is could you just stop doing it so we can continue to fly airplanes. I know that's nice. Reality, but I figured I'd try to ask the question. Anyways, well
"pilots" Discussed on Inside the Studio
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"Stay so you're thinking about the arrangements even as you're just sitting around your you're in the back. These hockey rinks in Canada. It's Winnipeg gets cold it no. It was really cold. I know been there. Yeah it was it. Was You know I always think about arrangements? I think arrangement is something. That's kind of lost these days. Harken back to the days of you know Mancini and Burt back Iraq and the people that really knew how to arrange music And I'm sure you know I'm sure they had Ideas in mind when they started writing their music. You know and and Yeah arrangement is is still important. It's it's still something that I value in music. You know of all the references. I was prepared for you to pull out. I don't think Henry Mancini or Bert. Backtrack were the ones that that you were gonNA come with But that's really interesting because this is a different kind of record. It it froze back. Maybe do a seventies moment. But those those guys aren't seventies rockers. Part of Luckily we grew up in such show. Great period in music in the seventies. So we were just like sponges picking up and Seaney back rock. I mean the list goes on and on of what you heard from. Am radio to what great album tracks and stuff that was on TV. So if that was available it was really kind of seeped into our DNA. I think anyone that gets into music Through the sixties and Seventies. There's a moment there where you're going to relate to something that you hear. I think one of my first relations was listening. You know being curious enough at like five or six to listen to the records that were around. I had older parents Which are both gone now There were Ella Fitzgerald. You know forty eight's hanging around and there were You know I mentioned Mancini. I think one of the most comforting things for me still is to hear Andy Williams Sing Moon River. I mean it's it's a beautiful song And it's it's one of those songs that it comforts me and reminds me of my childhood and putting on those records for the first time first time. I heard Brian Wilson's falsetto. I mean I was hooked. I was hooked from those forty fives. My first concert was the carpenters and many people contributed to the carpenters music. Back Iraq included Paul Williams in a great great writers of the time and their music For me it holds true still you know. Let's linger on this for just a second. Your first concert was the seventies you grew up in New Jersey. I did it was at the garden. State Art Center in one thousand nine hundred seventy one. I was five years old. Wow so obviously you're five Your parents are taking you to the show. I assume we were you there because they wanted to go or were you asking to go. See the carpenters at five or no. I I went along and In that going along I completely digested and got what was going on it was the carburetors with an orchestra. And you know it was a it was a moment where Like I said I just see it clicked in clicked in. Let's move forward a little bit. When did you start making your own musical decisions? When did you pick up a guitar? Well Dean is five years older than me so he was the one that kind of got his first guitar. Remember the guitar. It was a very cheap Maybe twenty dollar United Itar Was the brand and I think he learned. He was learning When he was about I'd say about ten eleven. He was learning. I think the first song he learned was Roger Millar. It was King of the road so I got kind of fascinated with what he was doing. Obviously you know a younger brother you look at your older brother and Alex Cool. I want to try that. But the only thing was he wasn't too cool with me trying guitar. So I I had to sneak My My mic Guitar Passion. In when he was gone I would you know? Kinda hear him coming in the door and have to with the guitar under the Bat again. But that's a funny because my grab my brother was three years older and I would have to listen to his records the same way because otherwise you know held a pay records punk right right hands off. Dark side of the Moon Hands off. I kind of heightened my passion that I wasn't allowed to do that. It almost has that forbidden feeling if sneak in in that sense it. Nobody's telling you it's the devil's music but it's still a little bit forbidden right. Yes so there was a lot of Just kind of being a good listener back then listening to as many things as I could get my hands on through the generations. I'm the youngest in the family. My Mom married four times so I had a lot of half step brothers and I would kind of go around this. We had an old English Tudor House. And I would go into. You Know Deen's room and he'd be listening to houses of the holy and I'd go up into my one sister's room and she was listening to t for the Tiller men. You know Cat Stevens. And then I'd go into my other half brothers room. And he'd be listened to crosby stills Nash Yang and I'd go down to my mom's room and she'd be listening to John Denver. It was all these all these things that were kind of melding together for me sonically but we have come to reference points that actually do bring us back to this record when you mention houses of the holy t the tiller man like now we're in the realm of seventies music that comes together to form some of the land of the coup stick in. Psychedelic that I think you guys have gotten.
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"This time. I got to catch up with Robert deleo Eric. Kretz the bassist and drummer from Stone Temple pilots. We talked about their latest album for Dita mostly acoustic collection. That's both a continuation of their music. In something of a departure we also talked about the painful loss of two of their lead singer. Scott Weiland and Chester Bennington and how the band found a way forward. We got into the connection between the Stone Temple pilots and the carpenters which I guess wasn't a complete surprise for me but when way way deeper than I would imagined I spoke with Robert and Eric on a rainy Tuesday in early March. It was rainy in New York. Not La where they were but it's definitely a day. I remember clearly because for one thing it's the last time I was on the subway in New York by the next day. Like a lot of you. I had started working from home where I'm recording this introduction these strange times and is just about every other email you get tends to put. I hope this finds you well. It's a time when everything seems to be up in the air. And that goes double. If you were touring musician. When I spoke with Robert Eric they were just about to start a tour of Australia. Alongside some nineties Rock Radio. Eros Bush and live but things were just beginning to shut down at that point and so those tour dates had to be rescheduled for next year while Stone Temple pilots. Hope that their plans to tour the US this summer going to hold. It's hard to say what the future will bring. Most musicians. Make their living on the road. So most musicians are in a really difficult spot right now. I'm sure a lot of you guys are too and this is a time when we really need to take care of each other. Which means being careful saying healthy washing your hands like you're so Pez the winning ticket of a scratch off lottery hidden inside it but it also means that if you're a music fan and you can swing it maybe think about supporting the music you love however you can me personally. My Band t shirts supply has been growing very steadily. Okay so that's my public service announcement. Let's get back to stone temple pilots and when they first emerged in nineteen ninety and songs like plush in creep began to dominate the radio. The band was dismissed. Grunge copycats by the sort of rock purists who also initially dismissed Pearl Jam as a major label Nirvana clone. I mean in one thousand nine hundred one. I knew a guy who was absolutely obsessed with proving that Pearl. Jam had been assembled boy band style by its label and he was going to get to the bottom of the whole thing. Which of course was not true. But here's the funny part. I I was never really on the Pro Navonna Anti Proton Bandwagon. But you know who was Robert deleo from Stone Temple pilots who once told rolling stone that until he saw Pearl Jam play on Lollapalooza Nineteen ninety-two. He thought of them as fakes. Look if you didn't live through the grunge war is a must seem really confusing now but the the basic point is that nothing was real enough in pro. Jam was real enough because they hadn't started on an Indie label. Nirvana even Rana wasn't real enough. Because they hadn't stayed on Indie label. It didn't matter that some of these bands loved the same sort of music or hit started from the same sort of place. I mean Robert Deleo and Scott Weiland met in Los Angeles in nineteen eighty five after a Gig by punk rock pioneers black flag but back in the grunge worries nothing past the authenticity test side. Note here when Robert wrote plush in nineteen eighty nine and he I played it for Weiland. Wild dismissed it as sounding too much like Boston as side. Note to the side noticed that Kurt cobain used to say that smells like Teen Spirit. Was Him trying to sound like Boston? So you see what I mean about some of this stuff starting from the same place..
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