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Washington DC Council becomes majority-female during swearing-in ceremony

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | Last week

Washington DC Council becomes majority-female during swearing-in ceremony

"In ceremony, the D. C council officially became a majority female counsel. Seven of its 13 members are women. Brooke Pinto was among the new members sworn in and will represent war to welcome to Denise Lewis, George and Kristina Henderson. You all about are about to enter such a collaborative and majestic office and he's George when the sea for Ward seven. I will work hard every day to honor your decision to send me here to fight for your families. Memory about, sir also attended today's event and issued a statement saying, quote. It is my honor and privilege to serve my hometown alongside the council and I am eager to work together. On our collective come back, Melissa

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A Career in Pro Sports Photography

This Week in Photo

06:16 min | Last month

A Career in Pro Sports Photography

"Hateful talking back to another episode of this week in photo. I'm your host frederik. Van johnson today. A return to show andrew bernstein. If you recall several months ago did an interview with andrew about his co authoring of a book called the mamba mentality. how. I play a book. He authored with kobe bryant. So we're not talking about that if you want to check out that interview that is the will link to it in the show notes and the description for this episode but instead we're we're looking forward and we're talking about some other projects that andrews working on in some interesting newsy has with regard to his podcast andrew. Welcome to the show man. how are you doing. Hey fredrick doing great great to see you man really to connect again thank you. Yeah likewise likewise. Thank you for coming on. It's always good to chat with you. You know what i love. I love chatting you because the first time we spoke you know the the sort of pre interview stuff that do the research and looking at the kudos. I was a little intimidated looking at all. The stuff that you've done you know like okay. Get interview this guy and then you get on and you know you're just one of us you know. This is a normal guy. So very humble so i appreciate that thank thank. You never wanna be intimidated. Anybody but i appreciate you say thank you know. Intimidation comes with with accolades and success. Right so it's a side effect of that. Well let's dive in. I know you have a pet day so to make sure we get to the questions on my list. First of all people that may not have heard of you andrew bursting. What's the accolades that i kind of forced out at a couple of seconds ago. Describe your career your elevator pitch if you're you're in one of those. La cocktail parties and people like. Hey what do you do what do you what do you tell well. I grew up in brooklyn and moved out here during the blizzard of seventy eight. Never looked back. And that's the end of my elevator pitch doe. I took a passion for photography that i started with. I was fourteen. My dad give me my first camera and realized that that was really my my destiny to to be at the For in some way so taking from my good friend. Peter guber mantra that It started off as a dream to be a photographer turned into a goal bona fide goal when i decided to really ramp up my desire to be a photographer by going to art center college of design in pasadena and that was a major move because i was going to the university of massachusetts at the time lived my whole life up to that point on the east coast and then that goal became My passion to Become a sports photographer. I had certain benchmark goals that i wanted to achieve in in the business and You know if that's my destiny then so be it so dreams. Plus goals equals destiny but fast forward forty years later I'm still loving what i do. they still want me around and i'm still cranking out some pretty good content when i get a chance to actually take a picture jackson done in four months. I know i know. I know that it's here that a lot photographers. There's a lot of pinto demand for everything just taking photography taking photographs. But just getting back to being human. I guess is what a lot of us are looking forward to Before we dive into this. I want to see that step and repeat behind you. It looks like legends of sport. Talk to me about that project. Legends of sport because that kind of segues into the podcast news. You have to share later. Yeah of course. Legends of sport is a is a content platform that i started with three other partners. The germ of really started ten twelve years ago. But we got serious about it about five years ago and we decided that there was a real void in the world of sports is so many sports radio sports content so many people talking about last night score or last night's game but legends kind of get lost in the shuffle quite frankly and we We wanted to be able to perpetuate legends To document to really continue the conversation to bring them back into the conversation in a lot of cases and make legendary athletes moments teams personalities relevant again in and keep it current and relate to what's going on in In the world sports today so we lead off with a podcast. Now i'm in my third season of the podcast where i sit down and talk to people in the world of sports athletes owners bands. Whoever had made an impact in sports. And i have a different kind of take on it. Because i you know. I am working. I'm working professional in the world of sports and You know my own experience. And i guess i have people that i work with a known for years and years and years magic kobe. Peter guber orel hershiser. I mean. I could name a lot but we we did two full seasons and then we were actively pursuing a bigger platform that could Distribute us out and be a great partner and the la times really Saw us as great option for them as well because they have a really great podcast menu but they were looking for a sports. Podcast are lejeune's kind of Way of doing things really Was interesting to them. So we have now partnered with the la times. We co produced and distributed by them. It's not exclusive so you can still get your year legends. Sport podcast on apple or spotify but The la times has become a great partner for us and excited about everything that can happen. Now from that partnership.

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Trump-Biden race is tight in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina

WCBS Programming

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Trump-Biden race is tight in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina

"The latest CBS battleground tracker Poll shows a close presidential race in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina, CBS deputy director of surveys. Jennifer to Pinto didn't has improved on Clinton's performance with seniors. Trump still leads with them in Florida, but buying has cut that advantage in half from four years ago. Invited now has a two point edge in North Carolina among seniors. And this is a group that Trump won by 23 points in 2016 that state

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"pinto" Discussed on Faith Collides

Faith Collides

07:58 min | 3 months ago

"pinto" Discussed on Faith Collides

"Until I could build something up. So where was your faith in all this? This was one of the most challenging times. I felt like I feel like I'm trying to get something up and running in Ethiopia was never suicidal but I was just like my classmates are making all this money a lot of them. Maybe I should have just gone into finance and Consulting. You know, what am I doing? I'm not helping my family. I'm not contributing in any way to companies. Why am I not able to do this? My parents help me get the best education. I've got the best education. My main focus was not being dead. There's no my family. That was my main disappointment. There's one night where I was just like again. I started to pray about money the guide you tell me I want to be able to help my family in the best way. I can the answer I got was not money. It wasn't about a job or anything. What was really put on my heart was like your mom takes care of the house by herself and cleans the dishes every night until 2 a.m. So long I started just clean the dishes and try to take the load off of my mom and that was a big surprise for my mom but I got to see like being there for your thoughts and we in being emotionally present for my father and my family it's not all about money. And so I had kind of put a lot of things on finances that were not even the most critical parts and things that people in my life needed that was my kind of breaking a mental break where it's like money is not how you help people. There's a deeper Spears. So mental emotional element to what people need and it's not just money and that's where God wanted to bring me. I think through all of that. It was a breakthrough for a rent to reconfigure how he thought about money that it wasn't the end-all be-all answer. He had something valuable to give a part from a salary figure or job status. Is this something you might be able to identify with the weight and emphases we put on money and how we tie it to our value ability to contribute and often times our security. It wasn't until a r n was almost at the bottom of a savings that things turned around also start to consider go to business school because I was down to my last like $2,000 and I think I put down the Disco deposit is my last seven hundred dollars. I was like, okay I got to do something and maybe I'll go to business school. If I don't get any traction aware and in this came through the week before I was to go to business school right in the nick of time or in secured a Consulting contract with could re-group a houston-based company with oil and gas. Contracting and other businesses in Iraq and Iran had come to know this company because his younger sister was interning there. He got to pitch some research projects that led to a three-month contract to opportunity wage them little did he know that this would actually open the doors for him to do so much more Within the first month, they wanted their contract for a gas compressor station compressor stations are basically how pumps pump oil through a pipeline compressor stations push gas through a pipeline and I wanted to work on gas infrastructure. They didn't mention this when we we first talked and our pitch they wanted me to be the project manager and I told them I don't have experience off on the gas infrastructure. I'm not a professional engineer and they said no we but we trust you to put the right infrastructure around the project and help us manage it so that's what I did. This is the area with his first swept through when they came to Iraq was where these projects were. And so this was for a compressor stations in the northern part of the country in one of the most challenging areas, which is disputed by the time the Kurdish part in the central government. And so I went to Iraq it was the the bus oil and gas conference and everyone setting up for this conference as we heard one Bob and everyone stopped for about 30 seconds. Looked around to see what's happening. Everything's okay went back to work. I was outside here. The main gate I was like what everyone just went back to work? I started to walk back and then I walked inside and we heard a second explosion everyone stopped 15 seconds and after 15 seconds, I went back to work and I just got inside and then there's a small, you know faint from the third one and it was suffer 5 seconds and went back to work and that was it. It turns out there was a Mark and I think three motorcycle bombs coordinated attack had gone off but that was the only time that I ever felt at risk or threatened while the work environment was in a high-risk area a rent got to soak up and quickly. Learn Arabic and the political nuances there. The project management work itself wasn't too difficult to pick up either. To me that project management wasn't a big job at the subject matter was to learn about engineering and be able to ask the right questions for hiring an engineering firm and I just read off. Downloaded handbooks just spent hours and hours reading and getting up to speed. I knew I wasn't going to become a engineer per se would I could ask the right questions, but you did good enough a job. I wanted used after the 3 months. It was like here's a monthly retainer and we're going to work on these projects. So did they tell you I'm going to give you a monthly retainer or did you come up with that in a negotiation. How did you start this whole Consulting Thing by yourself for someone who might have to be in your shoes again? I was less focused on how much money I was going to make in that moment as opposed to winning a contract and it was swollen mount. It was like $3,500 something like that to get started, but I just wanted to start working learning about the group and see where I could add value and so at 1 p.m. Though you remember that experience that you had at the Schulz Global investment. You got to a point where you were adding value to the project that did you end up feeling like I need to have a conversation took a group that wasn't an issue where I had to kind of push to to say, I deserve more value. It wasn't a hard discussion. They're like, well look you've been doing this and you're adding more value and I think that's always been kind of understanding their cultures want to pay for performance. So I've never had that any kind of real push that hey, I'm not being treated fairly here. Also working in Iraq where there's a lot of challenges in terms of of corruption and risk for an American a lot of other groups and companies leave Iraq because very challenging and you you take some big losses and you take a lot of risks to be there. The vision of the game is to rebuild Iraq to be best-in-class to to set an example for the employees and how business can be done. So that aligns with my values and it's a great place for me to learn and see him Entrepreneurship is doing it's been ten years since a rinse first meeting at kedar group today. He manages their Dubai office and also serves on the management team as Director of Business Development while we could go on and get into the really noteworthy projects and achievements Arendt has since made we really wanted to focus on sharing his journey his story of how getting to where he wanted to wasn't easy today. You might be frustrated with where you are in your career or with something at work. But often what we feel is the best solution to our situation isn't the only one or necessarily even the best one. Remember how a r in learned to pray about a pair of shoes and God showed him the best shoes to buy weren't what he thought he wanted and also the time he came back from Ethiopia and felt down about not being able to help out his family during economic uncertainty. God showed him. The best thing he could do at that time was to be emotionally present help his mom with the dishes wage right now in this time if covid-19..

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Boston News Anchor Says Appearing in Adam Sandler’s ‘Hubie Halloween’ Got Her Fired

Mojo In The Morning

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Boston News Anchor Says Appearing in Adam Sandler’s ‘Hubie Halloween’ Got Her Fired

"A Boston news anchor named Joe Pinto was fired by the station she works for W.. H.. T. H. T. V. for making a cameo Adam sandlers horror comedy Huby Halloween. Halloween haven't seen it. I don't really know. Yes. So looks terrible. So she lost her job. Says because she mistakenly violated her contract by saying Oh. Yeah. I'll be the news anchor for a small part in this movie. Welcome back you're watching her parents in the movie and it's October thirty first, which is a special day across the country. But most especially in Salem America's on official Halloween capital and it's going to be was dressed up as Harley Quinn wake up. And for whatever reason she got fired because she wasn't supposed to be like appearing in movies or something, but that's so stupid. Isn't that Zach? Yeah my now wouldn't that do nothing but help give you a little bit of publicity I thought the same thing.

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Boston news anchor claims she was fired after appearing in Adam Sandler’s ‘Hubie Halloween’ film

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

01:06 min | 3 months ago

Boston news anchor claims she was fired after appearing in Adam Sandler’s ‘Hubie Halloween’ film

"So I don't know if you've seen on Netflix Adam sandlers. Huby. Everyone says it is. So supposedly it is but it's not one of those things that you got to see. My kids are dying to get me to watch this with them. So they're the Boston news anchor Oh was in the movie and she did a little cameo and she got fired for being in the film. She said, they told her it was something she couldn't do according to our contract. When she said she had no idea she was dressed as Harley Quinn in it and yeah so I don't know but she and she actually took the social to tell her viewer that the real deal. This is what happened. This is why I got. Let go blah blah. Pinto NBC seven yet I'm not following. She was in the movie Huby Halloween Adam Sandler in you know they make fun of a lot of things she was dressed Harley Quinn Blah Blah Blah and her Boston News television station like you said, what does it NBC seven NBC seven Baldwin left? Let her go they told her she wasn't allowed to be in the movie she you know was a good breach of contract whatever and they let her go

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Boston News Anchor Says Appearing in Adam Sandler’s ‘Hubie Halloween’ Got Her Fired

The Dan Patrick Show

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Boston News Anchor Says Appearing in Adam Sandler’s ‘Hubie Halloween’ Got Her Fired

"Boston newscaster was fired for being in the movie. The Adam Sandler Mu movie Hubie Halloween. Elena Pinto was fired from Channel seven in Boston seven news She says. I'm posting this because I want to be open and honest with all the view. Last year, I participated in a cameo in the recently released Netflix movie By Adam Sandler, Hubie Halloween. In doing so, I mistakenly violated my contract with the station. And I understand why management unfortunately chose to terminate me. I'm deeply disappointed in saddened and I hoped this would not be how things evolved. Now. What was the language in her contract that she violated there, and it was a cameo in Hubie Halloween. Pretty harmless movie there.

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"pinto" Discussed on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

04:50 min | 3 months ago

"pinto" Discussed on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

"Hi Feta, can you introduce yourself? My name is Frida Pinto and I am an actress I produce and I also identify as an activist and I'm so excited to be on your podcast. We are so excited to have you. Can you tell me what that means he? You twice densify as an activist, Oh yes. I always took action. I was very I don't think I, knew the word what activists really meant, but I was very proactive human saving as a child I felt like I needed to find opportunities to use my talents and the privileges that I enjoy to bring up the shy girls and the girls who are too scared to speak up or the girls who had talent but just. Not sure if they would be accepted. You fought hard for the rights of girls around the world. Why are you passionate about creating better life experiences for girls the onset of that goes back to India where I grew up, I was taught in school that education and Housing, and all the basic necessities of life is every child's and. Quite often I would see that that wasn't necessarily the case for a lot of girls. So this one day I was on my way to my mom's goal and there was this girl at the stoplight it seemed like she was forced to back the money she came to the auto show my mom and I are sitting and I asked him what a name was and and she said her name was Pinkie so I turned and I asked my mother. So? Why is it that Pinky is not in school and I get. The opportunity to go to school and my mom did not have an answer to that question right then and there. But what she said to me was if I could have one wish for you. It would be for you to complete your education. And then find a way in which you can help girls Okay Freda if you had to give your younger self, some advice, what would it be? If I had to give my younger self advice what I have realized now as a thirty five year old woman. Is that the person I am and the way I am. Is Enough. And I don't need to shape myself to pander to someone else's ideas of who I should be. While there's always room scope for improvement and self improvement. I do not have to change myself in order to fit in into someone's idea of who I am. That is great advice nor showed so much bravery over and over again can you tell us about a time when you had to be brave? I think one of the many bravest things that I feel I don in in life in general is to take on this unique challenge as a South Asian girl as an Indian girl coming to the West Dreams and ambitions in our eyes and taking on this brand new world with no prior experience or any kind of idea of how to navigate this world just like taking this opportunity striking while the ions hot and just making the most of this opportunity for myself. Sometimes. I. Wonder if my adult self could ever be as brave as my younger self once upon a time that sounds like it took a lot of courage. What advice do you have for the kids of today you know in terms of bravery and talent and confidence and a new ideas Young kids, you have it all it's all within you. But if you can do everything you're doing. With a bit of kindness and compassion. That I can promise you. You will be repaid tenfold. Good Advice. Finally. What makes you a rebel girl I? Think what makes me a rebel? Girl is a m not afraid to claim that title. A lot of young girls, a lot of older women as well. Make excuses sometimes when it comes to claiming and owning the full power and hope tential and they sometimes make themselves small again in order to fit in. and. Now, as a like I said as a thirty five year old woman, I completely might power I. Celebrate my achievements. I let people know when I have done something that is worth taking note off because if I don't speak up, then I will never be that person in the room that they will take note off. So I think what makes me a rebel girl is I am completely and utterly in love with WHO I am. And I always look forward to learning more and improving but. Completely completely and utterly in love with myself and not an selfish way..

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"pinto" Discussed on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

02:43 min | 3 months ago

"pinto" Discussed on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

"Seeing an impressive figure and flowing gold ropes with us most precious daughter suspended above him. Crowd fell silent. The writer stepped aside to let them pass. The family left to life and Moscow. And headed to England. After arriving in the new country in Iot and Meena's.

Battleground Tracker: Tight races in Georgia and North Carolina

The Dana Show

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Battleground Tracker: Tight races in Georgia and North Carolina

"A new CBS battleground tracker poll shows Joe Biden leading in North Carolina by 2% points and in Georgia President Trump Leads by one. CBS deputy director of surveys. Jennifer to Pinto says race plays a role in these battleground states. Most black voters agree with the black lives matter movement and think, too little attention is being paid to issues of discrimination against black people among white voters in the States. Views differ by political party. Most white Democrats agree with black voters on many issues concerning race. But most white Republicans think too much attention is being paid to the issue of racial discrimination against black people. Gender

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Bull rider dies after being bucked off bull during Texas rodeo

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Bull rider dies after being bucked off bull during Texas rodeo

"Accident during an event in mineral Wells took the life of a 20 year old Oklahoma State University Bull rider 20 year old rowdy Lee Swanson from Duncan, Oklahoma, died from injuries sustained after being bucked off. He was a member of the OS You rodeo team and was studying animal sciences. The event was held by the Palo Pinto County Livestock Association officials expressed condolences on Facebook, saying the entire rodeo committee in our rodeo family extend our heartfelt condolences and deepest sympathies to rowdies entire family well.

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Poll shows gap narrowing in the 2020 election

KNX Evening News

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Poll shows gap narrowing in the 2020 election

"Found finds Joe Biden and President Trump are coming closer together is the November election approaches, CBS News has released a new battleground tracker poll of Florida and Texas. CBS News deputy director of surveys. Jennifer to Pinto has details on the poll's findings regarding the Corona virus. The Corona virus still weighs on the president in both Texas and Florida. Those who say the virus is a major factor in their vote are backing Biden and blame the administration from making the outbreak worse. These voters also think the president downplay the seriousness of the virus for political reasons not to avoid panicking the public. Biden continues his small lead in Florida, with the president gaining more support from white voters in the past month. The poll was finished before the death of Ruth Bader Ginsberg, prompting a battle for the Supreme Court vacancy that actually could sway the numbers before the election.

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Football Leaks trial to start in Portugal

BBC World Service

01:03 min | 4 months ago

Football Leaks trial to start in Portugal

"Is due to begin today in Portugal of a computer hacker who leaked the documents exposing dubious deals involving top football clubs, agents and players. Rui Pinto's Football League's Web site release large numbers of secret documents that triggered criminal investigations into leading players in several countries. The face is 90 criminal charges, including computer fraud, attempted extortion and violating privacy of correspondence. Listen, Roberts reports from Lisbon. Why Pinto faces 90 charges, including attempted extortion relating to the computer hacking of the Lisbon Football Club, sporting the Portuguese Football Federation and the office of the attorney general. The 31 year old hacker was in prison on remand for over a year before being transferred to house arrest and then last month released after agreeing to collaborate on other cases. Among witnesses called by the defense in this case are the head of Portugal's criminal investigation. Police and the US whistleblower Edward Snowden, one

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Rui Pinto Football Leaks trial starts in Portugal

BBC World Service

01:03 min | 4 months ago

Rui Pinto Football Leaks trial starts in Portugal

"A trial is due to begin today in Portugal of a computer hacker who leaked the documents exposing dubious deals involving top football clubs, agents and players. Rui Pinto's Football League's Web site, release large numbers of secret documents that triggered criminal investigations into leading players in several countries. He faces 90 criminal charges, including computer fraud, attempted extortion and violating privacy of correspondence. Listen, Roberts reports from Lisbon. Pipin to faces 90 charges, including attempted extortion relating to the computer hacking of the Lisbon Football Club, sporting the Portuguese Football Federation and the office of the attorney general. The 31 year old hacker was in prison on remand for over a year before being transferred to house arrest and then last month released after agreeing to collaborate on other cases. Among witnesses called by the defense in this case are the head of Portugal's criminal investigation, Police and the US whistleblower Edward Snowden.

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Voters approve Harris VP pick,

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:15 sec | 5 months ago

Voters approve Harris VP pick,

"The Democratic Convention begins tomorrow. A new CBS poll says Democrats are pleased with Joe Biden's VP choice. CBS's Jennifer to Pinto. 2/3 of Democrats say they're glad he picked Harris. And most feel. Harris also improves the tickets. Chances of winning. It's been a

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Are You Letting Past Mistakes Control Your Future?

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

05:18 min | 5 months ago

Are You Letting Past Mistakes Control Your Future?

"While I'm glad to be back with you. We have got a fantastic show lined up I am biased of course, but we've got some questions lined up callers that are ready to ask what's on their mind, and at the same time we're going to bring. Bring, you information to help you jump start and get moving forward. That's the goal. No one wants to be stuck. No one wants to standstill. We know that progress is down the road, and so that's where we have to get. GOIN'. And sometimes we can get stuck. Sometimes, we can have our wheel spinning, and now this is the time for us to get traction and to be able to move forward, and so I appreciate all of you for tuning in and also for. For sitting in questions and calling in without, you don't have a show, but I want you to know as I. Start this show. Understand that progress is available. Now it's not always comfortable and it's not always easy, but it is available, and so what we have to do is to make daily decisions to move forward and whether we've got a push pull or drag, I can remember car ads back in the day that said that they were take your trade in, you should put you. You could push polar drag anything in and they would give you a trade I wanted to test that I really did I wanted to find something and literally just come dragging down the road a just a a Pinto like rusted out right and just pull it up there and see what happens. But you know what sometimes what we have to do is pull ourselves and often times in order to get traction, you gotta hook onto something a little more stable and stronger than you. Now that might be in your faith for you to kind of latch on and go you know what I need some encouragement and I need some motivation or it might be latching onto a friend or mentor somebody that can help pull you forward a little bit. 'cause. We all need the encouragement. We all need the nudge and we all won't progress. VIP's I'm excited that you're here and here's the deal. We ask you. If you run across articles to send US something in. You know I love to start to show off that way, and if you bump something that the US as the Ip we need to know I want. Want to email me ask at Chris Hogan three, sixty dot com, or if you happen to bump into something that might get my hair standing up. Well, guess what Shan, out of Indiana did just that Sean. I. Appreciate you because if I wouldn't wide awake, I am now you bumped into some stupid and you called it out and you send it to me and I'm grateful for you. I, really am This is something that is on my brain. It is something that I bumped into as a financial coach. It is something that is holding a lot of people back and also standing in way of them chasing down dreams. The title of this article is how to find a private student loan cosigner. Oh. VIP's you already know where this is about to go. Don't you? Yep. Because the word cosigner stands for handcuffs. That's what that means is from Fox business and again I. WanNa. Thank Sean from Indiana, one of your peace were sending in this article This article is all about how to find a private student loan cosigner. So in other words, let me put this through the Hogan translator. How you can convince somebody to take on massive debt along with you for the debt joyride. Guy Yeah because you didn't qualify for it on your own. So you had to get somebody did and so y'all y'all sign up for it. This is a terrible idea. unlike federal loans private. Student loans. Require credit check. And because many young people don't have credit establish and I wish I. could keep them protected in that way, but I can't. They end up needing someone with a strong credit score to be able to cosign along with him. In fact, this article notes that ninety two percent. Ninety two percent which put that through the Hogan translator all. Of private loans are co-signed. Almost, all of them. Having a cosigner can help borrows qualify for a better interest rate supposedly most cosigners unfortunately, our parents. What can also be grandparents. Or. Aunts. Uncles. Or sibling or even close friend I've seen that happen before. So this article gives all kinds of tips on how to do these three crazy things, how to find the right person Cochon alone, how to boost your credit score. And then how find a lender that doesn't do a credit check now that one is is a positive. but the credit check. Right. But again, we're not doing the cosigner thing matter. Of fact, I. Don't want you going down the route of debt at all, but we're not gonNA talk about these tips because we're not gonNA, make time for stupid. Let me be clear when you take when you cosign alone, you are taking full responsibility for that loan. Let me say that again when you cosign, you're taking full responsibility. Now, it sounds weird because co sign means we're doing this together. We're both coming into this venture, right, but it's not a venture. It's a terrible

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"pinto" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:59 min | 6 months ago

"pinto" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"A ton of money. It did actually about to be rich rich. If you don't like shopping anymore, I will do that 1000 bucks and waiting by the phone. Next on friend Angie, go. You know, I have friends in a way to go until Obama done. Tornado Go Attention. Don't turn it up, Pinto Attention being your Birkin bag hookup. Someone ran down this hole inside that by your lips and I like the sweater. She had remember different when it should be to victim my pens. Wei, go stupid, Mr Ince on people just loaded in the gate room. One more line of superhuman fool you You and me. Go on, girl. Go bum. I don't turn it up in tow attention. Pinto attention that you know, this ship is more like they can fit me in a Children out of pocket, but always in my bag. That Logan, who's all there with emo chick has broken down that they be my friends are all nine. Wait, go stupid. Just the thinking on table so loaded in the candle. One more line of superhuman folk. You ghost friends and me to go on, girl.

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University Of Cincinnati Trustees Vote To Take Name Off Ballpark

Eddie and Rocky

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

University Of Cincinnati Trustees Vote To Take Name Off Ballpark

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16:28 min | 10 months ago

"pinto" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"Recall what we find out later. Is that the traffic safety administration. Basically only decided that Ford had fucked up because they were getting all of these postcards. Yeah there's all this public pressure on them. They did the investigation. They rammed the Pinto in the rear at thirty miles an hour which was like that was the law back then that cars had to withstand a thirty mph impact so they rammed at a bunch of times at thirty miles an hour and it never caught fire and so they started ramming it at thirty five miles an hour and he created a special car to Ram. They waited down the hood of the car with so that it would pierce the gas tank so they essentially changed the rules midstream so that they could get the Pinto's to explode so that they could get forward to do this recall because they're like. Oh my God. People keep sending US postcard. Yes too many postcard and nobody at the time wanted to be like A. We looked into this and it's fine because it was in the article WanNa Pulitzer shows the public. Momentum is the only way to get anything done and also that the thing that you achieve will not necessarily be made valid by the fact that it has public momentum behind it. And it's just what they've said afterwards is just it was just easier to tell ricotta car dyke. Yeah I get it though I understand. There's this the the consumer is upset and it just shows what kind of power that we have as a collective in shame. We don't use it toward more accurate ends. Yeah and the final debunking is remember how the Mother Jones article said that between five hundred and nine hundred people had been killed by exploding. Pinto's Gary Schwartz. This researcher goes back through all of the State and national data on fatalities and car accidents. He finds that between nineteen seventy one and nineteen seventy six of the entire life of the car. He only found twenty seven deaths. Oh from fires and Pinto's and that comparable to like say death send fires and Volkswagens or is it like a little on the high side. This is the dark part is that the Ford Pinto is actually significantly safer VW beetle or the Toyota Corolla or the AMC Gremlin or Chevrolet Vega Pinto wrong about the Pinto. It was unfairly maligned. We really are a good little car and a good little bean one. The main lessons here. And this is Gary Schwartz. Points out is that only a tiny tiny tiny percent of Car. Crashes are rear impact and only a tiny percentage of those are actually fires so the fact is people who die in fires after car accidents only represent point six percent of people who die in car accidents total. Most people. Don't die in fires. Most people die in like normal car. Accidents like side impact car accidents front impact car accidents putting all of our efforts into preventing this one type. Totally ignores the fact that like all of the cars back then redact traps like these other. Beatles were deathtrap. It's not that people didn't die horribly inside the Pinto's at times it's because they died horribly in sight of all sorts of other kinds of cars and with as much frequency people were dying in Car Accidents. A lot back then. It's almost like this show has beams a so this how Gary Schwartz concludes his article from Nineteen ninety-one from what I've been able to learn. As for safety. Pinto was a car that was neither admirable nor despicable. It's overall fatality rate. Was roughly in the middle of the subcompact range. It's record was better than the subcompact average with respect to fatalities with fire yet for the quite small category of fatalities with Rear End Fire. Its design features apparently gave it a worse than average record. So it's like on this one thing. It's not great but in general when you look at the ninety nine percent of accidents that aren't rear end fires it's fine. It's not remarkable with an American car manufacturing like maybe it does suck in some like it is bad in some ways but not and they unique way and also I mean these institutional researchers also looked into this and they point out that a bunch of other subcompact cars also had the gas tanks behind the rear axle. Like even this design thing was not like a pinto jam like small cars want drunks base and so that's one of the gas tank. Then how did we get here like? Why was this article written ended? This guy did I mean how so I mean before we get to the debunking. The debunk stop here. I have literally no idea what's going to happen next. I feel uneasy my like lesson with this journalism because I think this really is a story of bad journalism and hasty journalism. My take away from this is the way that we prioritize. Secret things over well-known things What because what? The show is all about because everything we're talking about is in plain sight. It's not a scoop. It's like things that are already known are interesting because we can know something without paying sufficient attention to it and also things Lake Car. Crashes are just like hey lots of people dying in car crashes and that's bad it's pretty boring because everybody already knows it. You're not going to get a good headline out of ongoing situations. Yes and so this mother. Jones article is based on these secret documents and a whistle blower from inside for this. Probably the person who leaked documents to mark. Doughy got Mark Ruffalo. Movie written all over. It makes it seem like this is forbidden knowledge. Everyone wants a deep throat when nobody wants to just be like car. Accidents are bad. And they're easily preventable. Yeah a lot of bad. Journalism generally comes from a writer trying and good faith or at least partial. Good faith to draw attention to an issue that they sincerely believe needs to happen. And that generally does and then having to find a story that has like spectacular enough to hook the public and maybe it's so spectacularly you just don't want to question the plausibility of it because if you did then maybe wouldn't be able to write that story and then you couldn't get people to pay attention to this thing to me. I mean this leads into the debunking of the debunking which is basically all about. Why was the traffic safety administration asking for this analysis in the first place? Like why was a government agency? Doing the thing that we're accusing Ford of rain right literally. Balancing lives versus costs. And what you find is that what's happening in the nineteen seventies is. There's this huge push to rationalize government regulation. So there's all of these court decisions coming down saying that. It's an infringement on corporations rights to over-regulate them right. There's this huge fear of over-regulation even before Reagan crave. This is an excerpt of all these court. Rulings in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight court ruling force traffic safety administration to evaluate and respond to every industry objection before issuing a standard and nineteen seventy-two decision required that safety standards be practicable and provide an objective safety similarly in the executive branch in the Early Nineteen Seventy S. The traffic safety administration was told to justify the cost effectiveness of it standards because critics of all stripes worry. That overregulation was strangling the American economy. Okay so the government. The federal government is doing homework to turn into. Burma rations to be like. Don't worry this idea. We have will not be too costly. We promise and literally doing the growth thing that offends US meow. 'cause they're the Sally Field Parent in this. Mrs doubtfire called Les. They're the ones who have to figure out how much she human life is worth and dollars. Calculations can be done about rollover accidents exactly and so in one thousand nine hundred four Gerald Ford Issues. An executive order that requires all regulatory agencies to provide numerical estimates of the costs and benefits associated with any rules being propagated. Now so it's a tale of two fords and so I mean I think this is an important story to tell four a podcast that is like a capitalism. All along podcast. I I have no interest in defending forward. I don't give a shit like if if people wanna say that like Ford is awful and immoral and balances lives against its own legal costs. Like I don't care it's like yeah. Of course they do. Maybe not to a spectacular extent. I think it's really important that one of the mistakes that we made and I think this really foundational mistake with this story and other stories involving big corporations is we blamed Ford. It's very easy to turn this into a bad apple story of like how Gross Ford Is. Isn't it fascinating that Pinto becomes section known phenomenon and there are Pinto jokes into the nineties? And it's almost like we know that if we keep saying Pinto will be like yeah. Pinto Pinto's the unsafe Karpenko's linked well kind of all unsafe. Yeah once again. It's like we're focusing on the Pinto to avoid a whole system that facilitates unsafe vehicles. And also the author of this history of auto safety mentions. There's lots of designed decisions. That car makers have made that resulted in way. More than twenty seven deaths like that steering column probably like various very heavy duty steering columns that have killed more than twenty seven people in particular model car. But because we don't have secret documents because we don't have this great smoking gun thing and we've kind of heard this story enough now that it doesn't shock US anymore. It's like Friday the thirteenth three. We're like yeah. Yeah case and kill the teens exactly like I. It's difficult to write about things that don't have this. Unexpected counter. Intuitive aspect isn't a terrible that ability to be interested in our own safety is dependant on there being twists. I mean this is this to me is like the foundational error of this. Is that calling it a story of corporate malfeasance. It's not wrong it's just. It's bigger than that and worse than that like whenever I hear people talking about greedy corporations. I don't disagree but I'm also like we'll every corporation is greedy like that's what the Word Corporation means. Pray it's like this virus infecting people the way that you fix. These things isn't by making Ford less greedy. It's completely changing the way that we conceive of and the kinds of standards were setting for ourselves. Why are we allowing the corporations to have this much power over the way that they are regulated? Why have we created this moist area? Yeah and then periodically were like. Oh my God they smell do here. I can't and so this is how this organizational analysis ins the taken for granted nature of much sensible bloodshed for example a forty thousand annual traffic fatalities combined with the propensity of governments media and others to blame. Individual people or organizations for outcomes can cause us to ignore social problems that flow from the interconnectedness of organizations. Just by the argument that he consciously cynical decision did not produce an unsafe. Fuel tank are descriptions of the Pinto case probably implies an inflated level of rationality to what is better understood as institutionally embedded unreflective action. This is the same guys that gave their paper a terrible title. What they need is i. I was thinking. Oh that's really good. Institutionally embedded unreflective action on reflective action. That may see. I'm a refugee from academia. So I'm like yeah. Yeah I mean they conceive of this is that we're always looking for a decision like someone made the decision that like a bunch of people are going to die so that I don't have to spend more money but the fact is when you look through an organization in the history of cases like the Ford Pinto. No one makes a decision. There is no decision. We can't apply a kind of moral standard to the logic of organizations. We're looking for decisions and we're looking for these smoking gun memos. We're not gonNA find them. We're going to find is really bad outcomes that come from everybody acting on the incentives that we've created for them and so much more important. When we debunk this story to not like defend Ford or whatever I don't care it's all rotten. The entire sector is as rotten as we thought. Ford was right. Yes it's like. We're in the trash compactor and star wars. That snake guy. It's like. Oh Hey snake. I mean I'm not surprised to see the snake here. Yeah Yeah So. That's that's our story. We'll wait I wanNA know about this capitalist. What'S HIS DEAL. We never found out. Nobody knows it's kind of frustrating. Actually nobody has gone back and done a like. How did this happen thing because it usually I wanted like some sort of Kitty? Genovese style like had lunch with..

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11:38 min | 10 months ago

"pinto" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"Oh my God I hope they're not dropping bombs on US and the other one says it's worse it's Ford Pinto's which is like all right pretty good. I appreciate any vitriol directed at an unsafe product. Another quick it's not clear who this is attributed to I. Someone attributed to Oscar Wilde which is not correct. I wonder if her to the Ford Pinto as a barbecue. That SEATS FOR PRETTY GOOD. And then there's also a story. Apocryphal. I'm pretty sure that the Advertising Agency for Ford had to recall and destroy all these magazine ads because they described the Ford Pinto as the Pinto leaves you with that warm feeling. That sounds like an urban luncheon. Asa totally willing to believe it's true. Exactly it sounds like an urban legend. Because that's not that good of a slogan for Car Anyway Right. It's and it's also kind of weirdly sexual car ad copy of the also weirdly sexual and confusing because there were a lot of bad tag lines back then so it's not completely out of the ordinary right but so this car basically becomes the laughing stock of the country. What what's interesting is the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Because they're getting all of these postcards. They open an investigation of the car. The day after the article comes out. What is their job? Charlie like what's their wheelhouse. This I mean they're the federal agency that makes sure that things are safe on the roads. They have road design standards. They checkout cars that are exploding until them not blow they investigate cases where people say. You know my car blew up on me and it shouldn't like this is the agency that should be doing this stuff. There's also a huge number of lawsuits that come out after the article. There's a prosecutor in Indiana. That actually tries to charge forward with criminal homicide. I always very excited when I hear about any attempt to prosecute companies or corporations on some kind of homicide charge. I think that's a very exciting frontier. That we in my opinion have under-exploited in this country. Totally it's also wildly popular. I don't know why more people don't do this. Yeah I know prosecutors should get their numbers up by going off your operations. Everyone would love them. They could be like I'm like Mark Ruffalo in that movie. Got Her mom to see and so about six months. After the mother Jones are two comes out. The traffic safety administration finishes its investigation and says yes. The gas tank is faulty. Should not have been on the market and basically before they get the chance. Ford does a voluntary recall of every single Ford Pinto from nine hundred. Seventy one to nineteen seventy six and says anyone who owns one. You can take it into a mechanic shop and they'll update the car with. There's like a plastic shield that they put on and then that were story. Have a happy ending the story. Sarah has a debunking so she's where we get into. More of a ride gets bumpy. Yes okay so what happens is this narrative is is very well entrenched the only people that start questions narrative in the early nineteen nineties. A engineer and researcher Gary Schwartz writes an article called the myth of the Ford Pinto that is published in Law Review. Where I'm sure. It says multiple blockbusters the original article. Was You know people other than you like to turn to lower review articles for salacious reading and then this one drives me nuts eight years later to researchers in Matthew and Erman they re interview everybody who worked at Ford they re interview people? Who are the traffic safety administration? They basically go back into all of the mother Jones work again and they publish another sort of you're wrong about style. Argument called Pinto Madness as a flawed landmark narrative. An organizational network analysis. Okay which is like guys you couldn't give it somewhat better name like it's academic titling. Mike good know that it has to be simple phrase colon complicated boring phrase. That's the law. Among the best academic articles. I've ever read and it's like you can't get anybody to read this a flawed landmark narrative. Guys I mean I for one. I'm intrigued but I understand that. I'm not Representative in some ways. The place to start is almost all of the details in the mother. Jones article are wrong. Oh my God so we're GonNa start with these secret documents. The secret document from Ford basically balancing costs versus human lives. The Ford Pinto was designed in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven. This secret document was not written until nineteen seventy three. Oh my God so this cost versus human lives could not have informed the design of the Ford Pinto because it didn't come out until six years after they made the decision of where to put the gas tank. When is the car on the market? It's released nineteen seventy-one seventy-one. Yeah okay. So this secret document which is written six years after the Pinto is designed does not mention the Ford Pinto it is not about the Ford Pinto and it is not about rear end accidents or my God. The actual document was a document that Ford was asked to prepare by the traffic safety administration about rollover accidents for the entire auto industry. So this is something that the government does all the time like. We're thinking of passing a law about pesticides and then they go to the pesticide manufacturers. And they're like. How much is this going to cost you? How much do you think this is going to affect your profits Blah Blah Blah and so? These documents are always secret simply because they don't want their competitors to read them so it's like four does this analysis but like they don't want Chevrolet to read it because there's numbers in there that they don't want to get out so that's the reason why it secret. It's not secret because it's like an internal document and so this actual analysis is every car on the market like all Ford cars. Are All cars cars okay? So it's basically the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration at the time thinking of passing a new law about rollover standards. Like should there be a roll bar in the car. Should there be stronger aluminum. Whatever it is. It's basically as a part of this process. The administration has to ask for it. Like what do you think this is going to do to the car market if we do this like how much is this going to affect people and so there's no evidence that anyone within Ford outside of this very small department? That does this ever saw the duck so the engineers never saw it. The higher ups like the Lee Iacocca Level. People also never saw it. It's like some weird random accountants working in Ford who are like. Here's our projections of what's going to happen. It wasn't like a blockbuster document or anything right. And the two hundred thousand dollar figure. A life is worth two hundred thousand dollars. That was not the cost of settlement. That was the traffic safeties suggestion. For how much devalues human life? So that was not Ford being gross. Yeah that was the traffic safety administration saying this is the number. We're going to give you. This is like lifetime. Earnings of people like the average American at the time earned that much over the course of their life. So you need to use this math. And then we'll make a decision based on this they're asking Ford. Hey do you guys mind makings calculation and then? Maybe we'll decide it's worth it and maybe we'll decide it's not but like we just kind of want to know what is the cost of regulation going to be. Is this another parable about fact shocking? Absolutely hey so this is Gary Schwartz article where he goes through and sort of reads all of these background documents in some. The secret document wasn't secret wasn't given any importance within the company and didn't materially affect the decision to design the Pinto. Molly was a document that right and so the other sort of big myth of the Mother Jones article. Was this idea that the engineers had done all this crash testing of the Pinto and it blew up every time and they kind of knew that it was dangerous and then they got overruled and this is from the extremely boringly titled Article Where They Went Back and they interviewed all of the engineers. It's actually true that the Pinto failed a lot of its crash tests and did actually explode and a lot of the crash tests but the issue was all of this crash. Testing was happening ten years before the Mother Jones article comes out right. The mother Jones article comes out in nineteen seventy seven in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven when they're doing all of this testing crash. Testing was a baby infant field. No one knew how to test cars and so one of the standards that they had to use because the traffic safety administration asked them was the way that they tested cars like the rear end durability of cars would they would basically back up into a wall at twenty miles an hour and so the car then explodes but the Ford engineers are. They're developing a methodology for crash testing at the same time. They're designing the car so they're basically saying like look. This doesn't happen in real life. Nobody backs up twenty miles an hour. And if you hit a wall the wall kind of caves in so you're not gonNA ran into immovable. Object going twenty miles an hour backwards very often so they like the test. We've designed are inadequate to give us any real information. So let's assume it's safe which is bad but it's not it's interesting. It's not like headline bad right like we kind of expect corporations to suck in that way. Then it's it's almost like the Pinto this like alleged internal memo where they're like we know we're going to kill people and we don't care is like more villainous also preferable to them just being bad at their shops well. I mean also. It's it's it's sort of understandable in that the testing field is so new. At that point you can very much say. This car keeps blowing up when we do crash tests. Something's wrong with the crash tests and presumably the people doing the crash tests. Don't have the kind of power where they can be like. Why don't we test this in ways? That are more reasonable to how it's going to be driving and these researchers also find that there were trade-offs to having the gas tank above the rear axle. So a lot of engineers at the time were actually really uncomfortable with the idea of the gas tank being right under the passengers. Because if you get into a bad enough accident and the fuel tank leaks and it catches on fire. It's like underneath the passengers. And so there was a debate at the time of. What are we trading off by? Having it so close to the passengers like people could really get hurt so it wasn't obvious that this move of the gas tank to the back was going to kill people. It was just like we think this is actually going to be safer. And we think that the crash tests just aren't picking up the way that car crashes actually work and so this is from the organizational researchers in some design stage was not characterized by an engineering consensus that the Pinto was unsafe. The value of crash tests was unclear. A safe placement of the gas tank was not identified and the safety value of potential design. Changes was subject to disagreement so there was never any evidence that they were being callous and kind of like lifts released this car. Even though it's dangerous like they really were doing their best and looking at very limited information that they had and then of course if this is all bullshit. Why did the traffic safety administration decide that it was a dangerous gas tank and order for to do this?.

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14:08 min | 10 months ago

"pinto" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"People want to not die but they also want to play golf and it's hard to balance those priorities. Welcome to your wrong about where every joke is revealed as a tragedy. Ooh That's quite good and on seem thank you. I didn't even know you knew about this one. I know what I've learned from. Vh1's I love the seventies. So I don't know if you can call that Sarah Marshall I'm working on a book about the Satanic Panic and Michael. Hobbs I'm a reporter for the Huffington Post and you can support us at Patriotair Dot com slash wrong about and things are feeling tight right now. And you're already supporting us there. You can unsupported us. Yes because this is an interesting time when you were a kid in the nineties over like I wish I could live in an interesting time and now do you want to go back and talk to that kid and be like listen. The boy meets world. Cast is going on the second of all no. You don't talk about another interesting time today. Which is the nineteen seventies. Yes and it's beautiful. Exploding automobiles what you remember about the exploding Ford Pinto. I just know that they exploded. This was a tactic of great murder. Yes or people. I don't know if people found it funny at the time but I remember it being discussed as a funny thing I encountered about it in two thousand yes. I think I was introduced to this by a joke. To there's a joke in Wayne's world or Wayne's world to where a car is following them and they slowdown in car runs into them like barely a tableau yeah and then the Pinto explodes. I don't know it's interesting because problems in American car manufacturer are sexual sore spot. Her Americans think especially during that period and I wonder if you like exploding. Pinto seemed funny at the time because it was like a gallows humor extreme version of maybe other problems that were happening and it also we will get into this more but also goes back to the way that we don't really take car accidents seriously as tragedies to rain to think of them as it's the fault of the people who are in the accident or something that we don't think of forty thousand auto accident deaths every year as a public health crisis the way that we do with a gun deaths and even with gun deaths were not doing great at the serious taking. Yeah but it's also I mean this was also the largest auto recall ever at the time. It was actually one of the biggest news stories of the late. Nineteen seventies was the way that this car had been designed to be really really easy to explode. But I've been looking forward to this episode because it's kind of a throwback to twenty eighteen. Ywca when we first started out when we were young and dewey and every wasn't about a woman's life being slowly destroyed. I know and back when our episodes were like short and they were like simple. This episode also has debunking then a debunking of the debunking which is very throwback for us. Oh Yeah you love doing that. Yes yeah I feel like do you remember in the ninety s when Gwyneth paltrow was doing some probably atrocious screwball comedy and they asked her why she was doing this like lightweight role and she said no accents? No corsets no crying this kind of version of that that like. I only read one book for this episode at my notes are like only fifty one pages long. This is not going to be like a two hour. Long episodes. It's like a little cute. Myth Debunk Debunk Outta here. Kind of episodes a cute little duckling of an episode. Yes so this is you Gwyneth. Paltrow taking a break from making authentic oven roasted vegan. Pizza just like. Have your one cigarette of the week and let loose this is. This is going to be easy and fun in Quarantine Company. This is what we're going for. Yes we'll get back to the human horror in the next couple of weeks. I don't worry because I work on this show. So it's so. We begin with the context of the auto industry in the late. One Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty S. I love what you're like. This is going to be a fun episode brain into like the auto industry amid sanctuary. America started its loom like decline. Well I mean I also think we're we're starting with carnage but not the kind of carnage that we're used to on this show. I mean basically the context for the Ford Pinto is that driving was extremely dangerous in the late nineteen seventies. One thing that we've discovered on this show is we've talked about how society had to discover the concept of child abuse and society had to discover the concept of domestic abuse. Like hey these things happen in their bed and like cyclically again and again yeah. It's exactly the same thing with car safety. So the idea that cars can kill you and the idea that auto crashes are like controllable by people and their responsibility of large corporations is not a natural idea. There was about four decades. There were basically the car. Companies successfully argued that they weren't responsible for car. Crashes the thing is we are supposed to keep the car driving like if the hubcap falls off when you're driving that's our problem but if you crash the car into a tree that's you so there's no reason for seatbelts. There's no reason for us to design cars to save you so it's very amid sanctuary. American personal responsibility. You're on your own now Jack. You bought it totally. And so the concept that car crashes should be reduced and can be reduced was a completely new concept and essentially. Didn't exist before. Ralph Nader wrote unsafe at any speed. And when was that nineteen sixty five? Okay so just before the. Pinto starts getting designed in nineteen sixty seven. We have silent spring and we have unsafe at any speed. Both of which are books that are basically saying like corporations are bad and a lot of people don't know that at the time the idea of sort of environmental risks and structural risks was something that people had to sort of have their hands held and taught very slowly. Can you talk about the kind of post war to nuclear a view of corporate and ovation in America? I mean I think it's so long ago that we can't fathom this. There was a time when corporations were seen as essentially benign. I mean one thing. That's really interesting about the about unsafe at any speed and about this sort of growing realization. That auto safety is a thing is the extent to which people didn't know that carmakers had control over this stuff. Har- crashes were seen as these sort of act of God personal responsibility. There's nothing anybody can do. But what starts coming out in? Nineteen sixty s is more and more of like wait a minute. These companies are acting really irresponsibly and they're selling products that are making more likely to die. And so the big thing in the auto industry at the time was of course planned obsolescence. Right that it's not than they make a car. And then they hit rate on it every year gets a little bit safer a little bit safer a little bit better. They're basically every three years they're just completely starting over there. Like let's add fins or like. Let's add a wooden steering wheel and safety is not playing into this. They're just adding all these weird bells and whistles and so one thing that the carmakers start doing is there's these dashboards that look cool. They're like they had like a shelf design with like this beat Amish way in it and they're really cool looking but this shelf design ends up decapitating people when they get no. Oh is it lake at neck level vehicle? Oh and another thing was the steering column used to just like pay. Oh people because the car makers were like well don't crash into stuff. If you don't want a big metal rod through your chest this is also linked. I I think I also learned this on. Vh One that in the seventies lawn darts were a popular toy in cold was at elect kits through dark city. Exactly Yeah like. Do you really think that people are going to not crash into stuff like ever. Is that your plan? Well this is. What's really interesting? So there's old because people try and suing the car companies over this old federal court decisions where the judges basically side with the car companies. So this is a quote from one of the judges in nineteen sixty six. The intended purpose of an automobile does not include its participation in collisions with other objects the defendant also knows that it's automobiles may be driven into bodies of water but it is not suggested that the defendant has a duty to equip them with pontoons which is like. I. This is a classic to me. Legal Argument Food Group of Lake. Yeah I'm going to compare this quite reasonable request to this other thing. That's allegedly a corollary. But really is like ludicrous and exaggurated in any reasonable person would be like well of course not and like that. That sort of false equivalences knew he. I think he sees that a lot and bad faith. Arguments in the court system to that judges often fall for these things that are very principled but in reality cars are not driving into the water a lot but they are crashing into each other a lot at the time fifty thousand people a year were dying in car accidents and the population of the US was thirty percent smaller than it is. Now so you were about twice as likely back then to die in a car crash as you are now This is a quote from an article that the history of auto safety that all linked to in the show notes. A culture of low expectations concerning auto safety was cultivated by the industry. The US people generally did not expect to survive serious accidents and accept her safety researchers they were not cognizant of the degree to which crash worthiness could be designed into cars. So it's basically just like well if I get a car crash I'm going to die. There's nothing like Ford and GM and Chrysler can actually do about it. Yeah it's amazing because even now I think of car companies as shirking responsibility at every turn but there are certain number of cultural norms that they've had to accept like I assume in my and I have assumed for my whole life as a car driving individual that the vehicle that I'm getting into and trying to move around a city is going to have been designed based on the assumption that it might crash into something at some point and that that's part of its life also that it has pontoons the period. So now we get to the design of the Ford Pinto. Let me send you a photo of this carring on. Pinto has a bearing current because it does not make me. Think I of a horse that makes me think of bean. We have a very spirited argument about which decade loves beans more. Aren't you yeah? It's cute right? Yeah I would drive that it is. I WANNA say a hatchback. It's tomato Red Blinking. Malian typewriter and it looks like you could have a car chase in like it. Looks like it will be fun to drive yet. Looks like it handles well. It looks like I'm imagining driving it. Data freeway with all these like boxy like buicks and Oldsmobiles i Mike zipping around between them. Because I'm a I'm on my way to a baby sitting emergency or I'm like I'm Charlie's angel pretending to be a babysitter like that's the energy of this car and so I just another one where Pinto in a field with horse next to it which is very literal. Yeah this is their ad where they're like no no. Don't think of the being. The the context of this car is that you can't really see this from the photo but it's very small. It's considered a subcompact really so it's like European style and so basically what's happening in the auto industry at the time is before the rise of the Japanese car companies. The American auto industry was basically a three-part monopoly. It had consolidated to the point where there are three companies according to David Halberstam the reckoning which I highly recommend. They're basically. There was kind of nominally competition between the car companies but not really like they all knew each other they were all in Detroit one year. Ford sells more cars one year. Gm sells more cars but like they have these product categories. Everyone sort of has their marketing stuff in place. It's not really a competitive industry. And it's only in the late nineteen sixties when Honda and Toyota and Nissan show up with better cars. They're very cheap. They drive well. They're more reliable and all the sudden. There's real competition and the big. Three automakers get scared. Oh because in Japan it's a cultural norm to not let drivers be killed by steering columns including people are into it for some and so in the late nineteen sixties Lee IACOCCA. Who's the head of Ford at the time? Basically goes to his engineers and says we need a car that competes with the VW beetle and the Toyota Corolla and all these little small cheap cars like the hip. Young kids are driving these days and so he basically gives them the order that no matter what the car has to be at the most two thousand pounds it has to be light and it has to cost less than two thousand dollars and what's two thousand dollars in today's money that's eight thousand bucks okay. Which is actually a good deal for a brand new car. That's a car of the people. Yes and so basically his marching orders are you need to get this car to market as fast as possible. So at the time the average car took about forty three months to design and build and whatever and get everything ready for the Pinto. They did it in twenty five months they just like rammed this thing through production. Just get it onto the market. Get it under this price. Yeah they did that with the too. I mean those have all been sent back to the nineteen fifties now and so one of the decisions that they make in this rush to get the car out. The door is most cars at the time. Had The gas tank above the rear axle. So basically if you're sitting in the backseat of a car you're essentially sitting over the gas tank. That's where it is in most cars and the Nice thing about that is..

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JPMorgan CEO Dimon has emergency heart surgery

Bloomberg Daybreak

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JPMorgan CEO Dimon has emergency heart surgery

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Ship captain arrested in probe of arms trafficking to Libya

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Ship captain arrested in probe of arms trafficking to Libya

"I'm a jolly prosecutor says the captain of the Lebanese flag cargo ship has been arrested in northern Italy for investigation of suspected international arms trafficking between Turkey in Libya prosecutor Francesco Pinto told the Associated Press tonight that the Lebanese captain of the vessel birth the in the port city of general was under investigation for allegedly delivering rockets tanks and other military equipment to Libya in violation of a U. M. embargo video says the captain is suspected of carrying out the trafficking with as yet unidentified Turkish military official the prosecutor says the investigation in Italy follows up on allegations made by a sailor who was a member aboard the forty year old cargo ship the

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"pinto" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"pinto" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"Thank Michael Pinto, president founder Pinto portfolio strategies that did I make your head spin nothing. Well, but I think it's a better that we hear about it. I think I love about the rich radio program is we give our guests a lot of time to explain things, and I'm going to invite him back because I have more questions. Now, I did that and come back and explain things more because that's how we learn. That's what I was just gonna say this left me with a lot of questions that are now going to start pursuing. So kind of Michael Pinto is the author of the book the coming bond market collapsed how to revive the Mayes of the US debt market. You see it's not the stock market. That's gonna crash as the bond market is gonna crash. He's not the only one saying it but records to say, and I'm personally very weak on the bond market. I don't understand it that well because I've never had any money to buy bonds. And he also said what happens when all the pensions come crashing down. And there's no money in all the pensions, including social security. That's a scary thought. Correct. And it's happening already today. It's happening as we talk about it looks that on the news today that conham is fine. You know, Trump's in idiot and. Jobs are plentiful of looking for workers, both be Konomi strong. But that's on the surface on a Nathe surface is what you listen to a rich dad radio for because he feels what's happening on CNBC are those magazines called bubble vision or money magazine, my favorite magazine, you know, you're not gonna get straight because he's always trying to sell you something I'm not trying to sell you anything. So once again, this is asked Robert section, and you can ask you can submit your questions to ask Robert at rich, dad radio dot com. Maleta must the first question. First question, Robert is from Emile in Houston, Texas favorite book, rich, dad, poor debt with the market's trending the way they are. How do you prepare for when the economy crashes? That's a very very good question. I let me just say this much, you know, people semi pessimists, look if you're going to be a professional investor or any kind of investment today's world, you've got to be a pessimist as well as an optimist, so Kim, and I are pessimistic at times..

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"pinto" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"pinto" Discussed on Creators Collective

"And we're back for another exciting episode of the creators collective this is episode number one os six December sixth two thousand eighteen. So thank you all for coming to join us. And I do have to start off by saying a huge. Thank you, everyone last week who listened to the end of the podcast put that little blurb in there as a last minute thing, but it'd be kind of fun and thought might get like one or two people, and I could you know, send something fun or give a shout out. But I ended up getting seventy nine people who emailed me or message me saying, yeah, I listened to the end of the podcast. So thank you apparently have a very responsive audience, and those are the people who not only listen to the podcast, but then took the time to contact me. So what what happened? What did you say? Co host don't actually listen to podcasts. I can't listen to myself. Anybody else does I'm glad they do. But I don't wanna hear me talk for those of you didn't know at the very end of it after the music died out. Just put a little blurb in there. A if you listen to the end of this, please send me a message. Thank you. Fun all throwbacks easier in there. Yeah. Yeah. We have today. Before before we get to the end of the podcast and forget that we have a castle. Welcome all Pinto. Who does forging and other creative creative crafts on YouTube so go why don't we have? Well, we have Paul introduce himself hip hall. Where's the fun of that? Tell us about yourself in. Did we lose him? Oh, no. Well, okay. So that was our special guest, Paul Pinto..

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"pinto" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"pinto" Discussed on Creators Collective

"And we're back for another exciting episode of the creators collective this is episode number one os six December sixth two thousand eighteen. So thank you all for coming to join us. And I do have to start off by saying a huge. Thank you, everyone last week who listened to the end of the podcast put that little blurb in there as a last minute thing, but it'd be kind of fun and thought might get like one or two people, and I could you know, send something fun or give a shout out. But I ended up getting seventy nine people who emailed me or message me saying, yeah, I listened to the end of the podcast. So thank you apparently have a very responsive audience, and those are the people who not only listen to the podcast, but then took the time to contact me. So what what happened? What did you say? Co host don't actually listen to podcasts. I can't listen to myself. Anybody else does I'm glad they do. But I don't wanna hear me talk for those of you didn't know at the very end of it after the music died out. Just put a little blurb in there. A if you listen to the end of this, please send me a message. Thank you. Fun all throwbacks easier in there. Yeah. Yeah. We have today. Before before we get to the end of the podcast and forget that we have a castle. Welcome all Pinto. Who does forging and other creative creative crafts on YouTube so go why don't we have? Well, we have Paul introduce himself hip hall. Where's the fun of that? Tell us about yourself in. Did we lose him? Oh, no. Well, okay. So that was our special guest, Paul Pinto..

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"pinto" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"pinto" Discussed on KGO 810

"Right now you know you're talked about tibetan and buddhist and so on they talk about peace if you're the dalai lama says this all the time piece is accepting what is what is in society as we are a society of people who have different ideas we have different emotions some of them are very passionate about our differences but how what do we do with that well we can choose to fight them or we can choose to simply say we accept them now that's the hard part obviously you know it's hard to say well racist and i'm gonna accept you as a racist but as long as you as a racist can still you know put part of your energy into doing something else you know carrying for something other than than just fighting to focus on being racist then this this can over time this gradual societal shift it's gonna take a long time but it doesn't matter how long it takes to get that process going you know all of this is stemming problem of how the energy in our society flow religious or spiritual or even a consumerist kind of of of energy you know we can begin to design products and services that we can deliver them is a very different attitude about what what is the impact impact so for example all the environmental pinto concerned that was a responsibility we have to accept accountability for being part of society we do not exist in a vacuum by ourselves that problem that is a perfect way to some all of this up in the article in psychology today is called is the culture of me killing democracy dr woo poteen thank you so much for your time share this is a great conversation i appreciate it thank you very much i enjoyed it as much as well ten traffic chilton auto body traffic desk if you are.

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"pinto" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"pinto" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Flaming deathtrap to a certain extent when you look at the numbers today and when you look at the real statistics it was not much worse and sometimes better than other cars on the market and the time that would kill you from fire like the vega or the grim land they would kill you right so we tried to figure out and actually turns out there was this 1993 article iin harvard law review where this guy said i've done math of actually figuring it out and here's the number i came up with it was twenty seven twenty seven people is probably the number of people who died in low speed rear collision impact fires in pinto and it's ever like 10 years here at like millions of cars 27 it's not that bad actually right it was way less than i think mother jones said like five hundred nine hundred and this is so mother jones they said that was a conservative estimate reduce mehta and then i think sixty minutes chuck's beloved sixty minutes said like thousands of people had died and potatoes one knew said they were just making up numbers but this 1993 article said knows probably 27 actually exactly so in the end we look back in the pinto was even though it could have been a flaming deathtrap what it really was was a very bad victim of pr yeah you know yep so likely problem was is that the way you could diana pinto was just too bad to be allowed to continue right the idea that like if you've got in a rearing collision and the the the passenger compartment filled up with gas is bad enough but the idea that it could happen at such a low speed that you would still be conscious when you caught fire and burned to death the american public said dope the can't happen it doesn't matter and so thanks the dow is article and sixty minutes eventually pressure the the the pinto was basically laid to waste as far as the american public was concern and still has a bad reputation today that's right in the in the pinto took the rear impact.

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"pinto" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"pinto" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"After the pinto madness article came out it turns out later research turn up that the nh tsa heads of ford were so sick of you arguing against standard 300 want how long will it take for you guys to get your cars up to standard 300 one level which again is a twenty mile an hour rear impact that doesn't lead to fuel loss enforce they're gone home seems like a big job right four years and the nhs tsa was like you know it took him two years to design the car from scratch right like like yeah this is huge massive improvements to make it safe so four years so the nfc assisted fine find in 19th seventy seven it'll come into affect so is just coincidence but dow is article did have a big impact in the way of like shaping public opinion yeah for sure so what happens is there they're start to be some lawsuits people that are getting burned alive and pinto's and other cars saved well maybe maybe you could sue somebody in that is that a duck doc in the house well curious quebec insurance background to it mm works those in rural charm thank you for taking that one forced trump jerry cut that part all right so uh with its delicious it's good bullet blueprin bourbon skull buzz marketing everyone you they don't even pay as for that yet so there are these people that have this job where the recreate accidents for sometimes is for court for journeys for the state sometimes for insurance companies but they recreate these accidents can show what went down in some of them started to say and again it was a radical notion started to say wait a minute i think that if you get in a car wreck you may be should be able to live through it it's a radical idea but like maybe they should make cars safer.

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"pinto" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"pinto" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"There's big room and your little pinto i am the seacot 'cause i'm using ducked a it's a sexiest atta the 70s as red by me i like all leads in old magazines because like it too you can smell them afterward you know what i'm saying like if you go into google images the ads urban out the smell but you know what it all magazine smells like hasek smell you mean like musty what magazines are your eden any old magazine i so i can old house pick up dislike all right jerry got got that apart showed now my doing much and everybody calmed down my niece left to go to bed so good are there any other kids here the voice young boy right here of seven beer meat screw so everybody i think we can all agree is gone pretty well he you're not going to like this there means that we need to put in ad break here come down we'll be right back right after these messages draw aw hey dude yes uh i don't know about you but when it's home mortgage time or bank loan time for refinancing that home loan who i don't know a ton about that stuff and i get a little uh an wants he scared but nervous we'll shaky here i know what you mean i mean like there's a lot of paperwork there's a lot of stuff to track down and provide there is a lot of them it's anxiety basically is what it comes down to that's right but it could be much easier folks if you use rocket mortgage by quicken loans that's right rocket mortgage gives you the same level of confidence when you were just firing on all cylinders but with your mortgage so you can mortgage confidently for once detroit it's pretty great with rocket mortgage you can apply very simply and you can understand fully c can mortgage confidently surrey to get started don't take our word for it go find out yourself go to rocket mortgage dot com slash stuff is rocket mortgage dot com slash stuff in dc.

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"pinto" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"pinto" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"No idea who would want to hear alive podcasts about a car so this magic box on the ford pinto had four protruding bolts facing the gas tank that c you're getting it now in court later on in this would end up in court that you'd see where this is going lawyers would call them can openers and we're just going to call them for this show flaming death pulse i wish we had a sound effect really could jingle like flaming death bones and we should totally trademark claiming death both i think so too early it's a band name i think that we should at least call it out as that right all right you hear that the flaming doubles behind this came out we are on the wrong night select i said there is there's a lot of good quotes other but probably the best of the best came from this journalists they marked dial we who figures big time into the story and he probably got across the problem with the pinto better than anybody and if i may please okay marked i always said if he ran into a pinto you were following it over thirty miles an hour the rear end of the car with buckle like an accordion right up to the back seat and the tube leading to the gas tank cap would be ripped away from the tank itself in gas would immediately begins washing onto the road around the car right the buckle gas tank would be jammed up against the differential housing which contained four sharp protruding bolts likely to gas holes in the tank in spill still more gas now all you need is a spark from a cigarette in this is me interjecting here this is the 70s so every single person in every single car was smoking every single second of every moment theory arrive four lit cigarettes in every car at all times with line does up barring that you could also get it from the mission or scraping metal both cars being golf in flames if you gave that into a really good wack say a forty miles per hour ten.

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"pinto" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"pinto" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"You wanna take the first one in the first one was from a ma popular mechanics magazine and they said arguably the most dangerous fuel tank of all time it was the rear mounted vessel installed on the seventy one through seventy six ford pinto it's possibly the best example of what happens when poor engineering meets corporate negligence if you could quote i got one is this guy named dr leslie ball he was the chief safety officer finances manned space program so this guy new safety right he said that the released to production of the pinto was the most reprehensible decision in the history of american engineering there's a couple of things i want your eyes owned right a couple of things to know in this quote one he said was the most reprehensible since you're not one of the he also qualifies a with american engineering not automotive engineering he's including like easy bake ovens in other style killed in the millions of people in ah is equating everything everbilt basically yep easy pick up rents are death traps do so the pinto it was kind of an issue for ford is we're going to see but this is one tip it we ran the costs that we just love there was a radio spot for the pinto in the '70s and ford had to get there their agency to get rid of it because it had the line that pinto leaves you with that warm feeling.

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"pinto" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"pinto" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"For those of you who aren't going like a home cbs couple of boos yet couple of drones and a lot of like mine where we're gonna fill the want people in on this okay yes it the deal with afford pinto was if you don't know and you did grow up in the '70s it had a problem we don't know a lot about cars but we know that the four pinto had a problem if you would hit the ford pinto from the rear going very very slow in some times it would burst into a fiery ball and that is not a good thing for a car to do especially when you're still in the car that's right has anyone seen the movie topsecret remember that one there's elsewere there's a seem were were vow camera things on a motorcycle he's being chased by germans and he somehow out maneuvers them in these swerve off the road in slam on their breaks in almost come to a complete stop right before he hitting a pinto in the rear but joke quite make it it makes that crystal things down and then paolo may just below up in flames right and this is an eighty he's this was like it at least ten years after the pinto had this reputation that's not that far from the truth actually we found from doing this research so there's actually a lot of choice quotes that we found out how people love taking potshots at the pinto some have written some pretty great stuff.

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