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How Far Can a Plane Glide Without Engines?
"In nineteen eighty three a perfect storm of technical issues and unit conversion mistakes left an air canada boeing seven sixty seven without fuel. Some forty one thousand feet. That's twelve thousand. Five hundred meters over central canada before long. It lost power to both engines after descending rate of twenty five hundred feet. That's seven hundred sixty meters per minute. The pilots were able to glide their boeing all the way to save albeit bumpy landing on a race car track. The pilots were hailed heroes and the airplane was dubbed the gimli glider after the town where it landed essentially any plane can glide if the need arises and in situations where all the engines have failed. Pilots have to expect the plane to do some gliding. Without the thrust those engines are built to provide. The plane can't help but lose altitude but how far can a plane glide when it's not designed to be a glider aircrafts whose engines conch out at higher elevations can glide for longer periods of time. This is one of the reasons. Why shellenberger and skulls hudson river landing was so impressive. They had to glide their way to safety and a matter of minutes from a pretty low altitude. Everything happened very fast on. Us airways flight forty nine fifty one. The plane hit the birds within two minutes of taking off and just three minutes later. The plane was in the hudson river. Obviously planes come in all shapes and sizes. So if you're flying one it's important to know your vehicles. Best glide speed in a nutshell. This is the speed that will let your airplane travel the farthest distance while sacrificing the least amount of altitude. A related concept is the minimum sink speed or the pace of travel that will maximize how much time you can spend gliding depending on your situation. You may choose to prioritize time over distance or vice versa
How Deadly Heat Waves Are Affecting Our Cities
"Is absolutely an underappreciated. Whether related natural disaster it's really easy to understand flooding when like a big hurricane comes in. It's really easy to understand. Wildfires threatening your house they to get out of the way but heat is. It's a killer. It's it's steady and people don't really recognize that. This often lack of information on heat related deaths a lot of times a medical examiner on a death certificate will just say this person died of exhaustion. This person died of hypertension. This person died of cardiovascular disease but the death certificate notice that that person was an apartment with no air conditioning and it was one hundred and five degrees for five days in a row. If you're older if you're younger if you have pre existing conditions like heart conditions or asthma you are much more likely to be affected by heat. People don't think about he as being a keller but it is. An event of this magnitude really sends shockwaves through society. This is action this our infrastructure system. Our ecosystems and society at large are not well equipped to be able to handle this level of intensity feedback is a professor of climate adaptation at portland state. University and part of his research has involved monitoring heat in different places in cities such as portland oregon and looking at how heatwave effects people and which people are most affected. We've been talking several folks who live in multifamily residential apartments these are low income social housing and the windows aren't applicable or they just opened a few centimetres. The sun solar radiation is hitting those apartment buildings it's being pushed in often through the materials at the apartment. Buildings were built with and then temperatures in there. We were noticing from some informal stations. We have set up. It was getting up to fifty seven sixty degrees in doors. In some of these apartment complexes in that's very very dangerous for human health
NASCAR Makes Safety Rule Changes
"Made some rule changes just yesterday. The team's gotten new bulletin out on how they have to change the the car with a chassis and also with the new tapered spacer ornate. Kind of walk us through all the changes with the car right. So the tapered spacer change mardi is that they went from fifty seven sixty fourth of an inch to fifty three sixty seven inch so the smaller holes mean that there's less air getting through the engine and smaller roles means less errors means a decrease in speed so speeds will drop by about seven ten miles an hour. Nascar also removed the wicker from the spoiler and a roll bar that had previously been. Optional is now mandatory at daytona and talladega as we just heard and that piece we play with joey logano when he crashed at talladega when airborne running third on the last lap of the opening stage. Skit on its on the car's roof damage the roof and as we heard you say i got roll bar in my head. That is not okay.
How to Get Business Credit, with Ty Crandall
"How did you get into credit in the first place. Well the first company ever owned was a mortgage company. And i own did back in two thousand six seven and i just thought i was a rockstar like wow. I'm just not true entrepreneur to be seven figures pretty quickly. Apparently is like you know pretty easy to do. When mortgages were spiking like the same as seeing with real estate now and then i was there and road that out until everything collapsed and at that point i was doing jumbo loans. My entire segment of that industry went away overnight and we went from producing a lot of money to producing no money and not having an ability to produce. We couldn't even place loans. The lenders weren't even accepting loans for months in what we were doing. And then we'll be on. So i kinda went through this process building successful business and then being there and watching it fail and i like a lot of business owner personally guaranteed credit lines. Credit cards. didn't think much about it but then the problem was was started to go late on some things for the business. Those in showed up on my personal credit report in a couple of things happen and i hadn't accounted for a thought well if the economy shifts i've had hundreds of thousands of dollars of revolving credit i've gone. All this money in the bank will what happened at that. Point was both things went when that stuff started. Hit my consumer poor all my credit card issuers. Lower my list. What i owed that crushed by credit scores and then at the same time of the banks that i didn't owed money to for the credit lines to the business came in literally removed all the money from all my bank accounts naaman all set so people. Listen i'm going to interject for a second. That is really scary. That's really scary. When you're in a position of saying. I have this credit limit. What could possibly go wrong. They shrunk your credit when they lowered your ceiling and then suck money out of your counts. That is terrifying. Sure going over much happens in the credit system that credit bureaus get alerts when thanks change and what people don't understand is that there's something called the small business financial exchange and in order to be part of the small business financial exchanges to give get metality so all the major banks all the major credit card. Issuers are part of it. And what happens. Is they openly exchange information with each other whether it is or is not on your credit report so if you fill out an application for a credit card or for loan at bank of america well most people don't realize is wells fargo chase. They all have that information eating medial acceptable when you do so this even can help them trigger alerts when things change so if you have five credit card companies and you go late on one whether reports are a dozen than the other ones no and immediately typically than lower your limits and since available credit is thirteen percent of your score thirty score. I mean just your score overnight can go from seven hundred fifty seven sixty down to five twenty like it did and then your ability to use that credit to be able to rebound goes away. That's very real. What happens when you go lay on any accounts which is one of the reasons you wanna keep accounts putting on your business credit reports not your consumer but the second part was scary too because when they remove all your bank not even money. That's their right. You have checks written against so all kinds of of adverse consequences happened. All these checks bounced utilities. Are getting shut off. Things happen as a result of that
Houston tops Oregon State, reaches 1st Final Four since '84
"After a thirty seven year wait the Houston Cougars are going back to the final four after beating Oregon state sixty seven sixty one Houston seventeen point lead vanish from the second half as the beavers rally to tie the game at fifty five with just under four minutes remaining but the Cougars responded with a nine one run Marcus usher had five made threes and led the winners with twenty points state's best offensive threat Ethan Thompson shot only three for twelve and was held to eleven points I am mark Myers
How to repay the person who did something good for you in the past
"It was the shape of his nose. That i i recognized. I hadn't seen jimmy king for forty years. But that knows created through the coming together of jimmy's face and the head of some sunderland defender in the last minutes of time of a league cup semifinal match was unmistakable. I noticed him while talking to some elderly. Ladies friends of my mother-in-law's in an old people's home my mother in law had died a couple of weeks earlier. And i was visiting the home for the last time to collect her things and pay some bills because my face is familiar to many people. I'm a news reader on the television. The head of the home. Mrs marston. Oft if i would have tea with her friends she said they would like it. So why agreed. The home had to pleasant rooms connected by door with the residents could be together. We were sitting table in the larger room. While in the other one a television was showing football and a few elderly men. Were watching sleepily. I could hear the commentators voices in the background. Rising and falling as the ball traveled here. And there would you turn the beauty tally. Up voice suddenly ruled account era thickness saying. Where's the remote. My t companions clucked like startled chickens. This interruption and through the door. I could see the elderly. Men were resentful of the newcomer disturbing that peaceful afternoon. He was wearing a rather dirty old dressing gown and walking slowly and painfully using a stick. One side of his body seemed very stiff. And i guess he must have had a stroke except for his nose he was no longer the athletes. I had worshipped as a child. Who's not gentlemen. I asked one of the ladies wanting to be sure i was right. I haven't seen him here before. Oh that's mr king. He's new we like him at all. He shouts rude. Things at the television in the football is on. We've had to complain to mrs mollison about it. Oh jimmy i thought. Why does this have to happen. I was the only go in family. From the time i was very little. My brothers always took me to watch on local football team. Trent united. When i started we were in the third division but when this story takes place i was sixteen and we'd just being promoted to the first division as it was then called went to game home or away and most of the family conversation was about the team. I was enthusiastic as my brothers between nineteen sixty seven when jimmy king joined the club i became obsessed. He came with a reputation. So-called experts would shake their heads wisely and say things like nice footwork. But that's not what it's all about is it. He doesn't play for the team. does he ended with scandals. The jogye he crashed after night out in london the models he dated. The party's the police were called to but i didn't care what he did on the pitch was art and somehow he turned our team which is made up of solid but fairly ordinary professionals into something special. The nineteen sixty seven sixty eight season was magical with jimmy there. Everybody feared us. Even the big clubs. Leeds liverpool will the manchester's. My family was ecstatic. An after the games we'd get the players to sign programs all photographs but there was one player. I could never speak to even though. I always carried his picture with me. And that was jimmy. You see. I was used to young men because of my brothers. I couldn't talk even go near jimmy. If he looked at my direction i would tremble and turn away
Is This Ancient Biblical Forgery Actually Real?
"So close to a century and a half ago. A man named moses wilhelm shapira found fifteen manuscript fragments in a cave near the dead sea. They were written in an ancient hebrew script and contained. What shapiro claimed was the original book of deuteronomy blitz despite interest from the british museum to the tune of a million pounds. The manuscripts were found to be forged. Shapiro was disgraced and the documents disappeared but now a scholar named don dershowitz is questioning. If those documents might have been real all along so while the british museum was examining the manuscript fragments for authenticity themselves. Back in the nineteen th century. A few of the fragments were also on display to the public already attracting tons of visitors. The news of the possibly oldest ever discovered biblical manuscript had made headlines around the world. While awaiting the museum's official decree of authenticity. Someone else decided to take matters into their own hands. Charles simone clermont. Is you know who the times describes as a swashbuckling french archaeologist and longtime nemesis of shapiro's end quote examined the fragments for a few minutes and immediately went to the press to say that they were fake. The risk he played on his cursory examination paid off when the british museum experts agreed. Shapiro was humiliated by this and ended up. Tragically dying by suicide a few months later. The documents were sold at auction for a fraction of what they were originally expected to sell for. And most people soon forgot about the whole thing now. Dershowitz from the university of potsdam germany has published a new paper and companion book making the case that the manuscript was real all along quoting the new york times but dershowitz makes an even more dramatic claim the text which he is reconstructed from nineteenth century transcriptions and drawings is not a reworking of deuteronomy. He argues but a precursor to its dating to the period of the first temple before the babylonian exile that would make it the oldest biblical manuscript by far and an unprecedented window into the origins and evolution of the bible and biblical religion dershowitz. His research closely guarded until now has yet to get broad. Scrutiny scholars previewed his findings at a closed-door seminar at harvard in two thousand nineteen are divided. A taste of fierce debates likely to come but of dershowitz is correct. Some experts say it will be the most consequential bible related discovery since the dead sea scrolls in nineteen forty seven and quotes the times. Sagely points out that it's much tougher to prove something authentic than it is to prove. It's fake but there's an additional hurdle to be jumped. In this case the physical fragments themselves may no longer exist so back in eighteen eighty three there was a mad rush at the time to find biblical artifacts that would prove or disprove various points of contention emerging in biblical scholarship moseley around the documentary hypothesis. The idea that the first five books of the bible or the pentateuch were actually written by various authors. Not just one traditionally thought to be moses. It was in this climate of aggressive archaeology that shapiro. I established himself as an antiquities dealer in jerusalem and during which time he and clermont no became enemies. After camacho correctly denounced a collection of pottery. That shapira had sold to the german government. It's also important to note that shapiro was a convert to christianity having been raised jewish in russia so he was viewed with some skepticism from the other biblical scholars and archaeologists and also faced intense antisemitism after the deuteronomy manuscript was denounced. Fast forward to now. Dershowitz says one of the main reasons he thinks the fragments could have been real is because their contents differs quite a bit from the deuteronomy in the bible and many of those differences lineup with discoveries that were only made when the dead sea scrolls were found in nineteen forty seven sixty four years. After chapitoulas discovery of the fragments dershowitz also investigated. Some of shapiro's personal notes archived at the berlin state library and found three. Handwritten pages of shapiro trying to decipher the fragments. Filled with question marks and transcription errors. Dershowitz said quote if he forged them or was part of a conspiracy. It makes no sense that he'd be sitting there trying to guess what the text is and making mistakes while he did it end quote while some scholars of the evolution of biblical text or undershoots side cautiously believing the deuteronomy fragments may be genuine. Most pig refers people who study inscriptions are the ones that usually authenticate documents. Most of them aren't convinced they say the original fragments bear the hallmarks of modern forgery. That they agree with the notes made by the experts who examined them at the time and since no one has the fragments to examine physically now. It's a closed case and as for the content being impressions christopher rolston leading pig refer at george washington university said quote. Forgers are pretty clever with regard to content and they've been very clever for twenty five hundred years and quotes despite dershowitz his published paper and companion book. The jury is still out and who knows if it will ever truly be born ounce. It would have some pretty huge complications. If it does due to some of its key differences for example. It's missing all of the laws of the deuteronomy were familiar with in the bible. Ones upon which traditions and entire libraries have been founded. It would also bolster the theory that are tons more stories and traditions out there than just the ones that have been preserved in the hebrew bible.
Corey Kispert leads No. 1 Gonzaga past Saint Mary's, 87-65
"Top ranking zagra remains unbeaten following its eighteenth consecutive double digit win eighty seven sixty five over St Mary's the Bulldogs never trailed opening a seventeen six lead in improving to twenty one or no this season while picking up their twenty fifth consecutive win since last year Corey Kispert had a team high twenty points for the zags who showed strong defensive skills throughout the game all the news and you guys talk about our offense and you know it's kind of the fact is that right great designs it seems not it makes final fours when Ashton championships stuff like that so it kind of took it upon ourselves really hard and focus on that you've got to take care of itself it always does Joe well ARE finished with sixteen points a good jacket forty eighth consecutive home win I'm Dave very
Samuels scores 32, leads No. 3 Villanova over Georgetown
"Third ranked Villanova bounced back from Wednesday's loss to St John's by downing Georgetown eighty four seventy four Samuels had a career high thirty two points with six rebounds five assists and three steals he shot ten of seventeen after scoring just two points in twenty five minutes against the red storm almost it's a great offense placed what comes my way with a stream of this new connection striving ball that's that's that's just one of the best well there's nothing on my job as a senior Philadelphia was supposed to play Xavier before called the nineteen issues put the musketeers program on hold giovane Blair had eighteen points for the hallways including a three pointer that gave George tenet's last lead at sixty seven sixty six I'm Dave very
Franklin's final shot sends Indiana past No. 8 Iowa 67-65
"Armaan Franklin hit a fifteen footer with one point eight seconds left to give Indiana sixty seven sixty five victory and a season sweep of a Frank dialogue Lucas stepped out a little bit got going down hill and saw him lean in his step back and just let it go you know my team is at all to me confidence in me does that sound to me to get the ball in that moment you know and just pay it off trayce Jackson Davis finished with seventeen points and twelve rebounds for the Hoosiers who stopped a two game skid and handed the Hawkeyes their fourth loss in five games I will open the second half on a fourteen to run to take a forty five thirty five lead and was ahead fifty three forty eight was seven twenty five left Luka Garza scored sixteen of his eighteen points in the second half for Iowa I'm the ferry
No. 7 Michigan back on track after 87-63 rout of Maryland
"Seventh ranked Michigan bounces back from its first loss of the season blasting Maryland eighty seven sixty three the Wolverines open five of five from three point range racing out to a seventeen to three lead after that the Terrapins would never get any closer than mine in the first half in seventeen in the second half I say a livers was instrumental in Michigan's dominant start telling a game high twenty points while helping the Wolverines erase the sting of Saturday's loss to Minnesota this is a great chance to bounce back latest team already we played them very well at home so it was gonna be a fight we just the first four minutes was going to turn the game off like we did a great job and jump on the Dante Scott had thirteen to lead the Terrapins who dropped eight and seven Michigan improved to twelve and one seven and one of the big tend to take a half game lead on number for Iowa I'm going to count
Butler scores 30, unbeaten No. 2 Baylor tops No. 9 Kansas
"Second ranked Baylor defeated its second top ten ranked opponent with a seventy seven sixty nine win over ninth ranked Kansas junior guard Gerard Butler led the Baylor bears with a season high thirty points the bears enough thirteen and No led by as many as sixteen in the first half after losing to Oklahoma state last week the loss to the bears barked the first time in eight years the J. hawks have lost back to back big twelve games I'm Greg Eklund
Amazon buys Boeing jets from Delta, WestJet as aircraft prices drop
"Amazon has at least its own cargo planes. Since two thousand sixteen but now owns a few amazon. Eleven used boeing seven sixty seven three hundred jets from delta and westjet prices for the planes have fallen as demand for air travel fell throughout twenty twenty amazon will continue to use third parties to operate the planes as it does for its lease aircraft
Williams, Hunter lead Purdue past No. 20 Ohio State 67-60
"Purdue was a sixty seven sixty winner against number twenty Ohio state is Trevi on Williams contributed sixteen points nine rebounds and a career high eight assists in his second game coming off the bench the Boilermakers were just good enough in the second half when they methodically extended the lead to fifty nine forty five courtesy of Eric Connors three pointer with eight thirty six to play the Buckeyes never got closer than six the rest of the way Williams says he likes how they closed out the win who's executing plays at the end of the game and you know everything just when you do the right things and you do a job you know the game will work for you hi Jr had a season best fifteen points to help Matt painter beat a ranked team for the fiftieth time in sixteen seasons with the Boilermakers coach I'm Dave Ferrie
Garza, McCaffery help No. 5 Iowa rout NC Central in opener
"Luka Garza had twenty six points and ten rebounds and fifth ranked Iowa's ninety seven sixty seven romp over North Carolina central the lone unanimous selection on the preseason AP all America team had a seventeenth consecutive game of twenty points or more the senior center had just four points for the first ten and a half minutes before the Hawkeyes took control with a twenty two to run near the end of the first half we kind of spent a month and we got to the class of English it's the things we did you know they were keen us you're kind of pushing the lead up to north's they canceled we aim down when they're down no they knew what they had you know two point lead because try to slow the game down we started pressing you know getting some steals an artist again back to the question construction are redshirt freshman forward Patrick McCaffrey had sixteen points I'm Dave Ferrie
Is Trump Losing the Midwest?
"Welcome to the be I'm Ari Melber and we are tracking some new sides. Trump campaign is worried about losing the Midwest and thus the entire race to Joe Biden trump spending precious time and resources on defense and state carried by wapping ten points. Last Cycle Iowa Biden is closing that gap and putting the state in a dead heat I was one of the thirty nine states Kobe is surging appointed his greeting donald trump's visit many voters their view this campaign homestretch through the prism of covert. And the criticisms not just coming from Joe Biden or the Resistance Iowa leaders, public health experts, independent writers all noting the trump is coming back now for votes after turning his back on the crisis there take the influential Des Moines Register stating that after jeopardizing our live from far. Trump decides to visit Iowa in person. Or take a look at this. You can't pull up trump's I will rally tonight without seeing this massive billboard pointing the way to yes. A super spreader of. Trump is plowing forward on breaking CDC guidelines lying about the risk of Colbert and the timing of vaccine and repeating two thousand sixteen claims in that state and in other key battleground states that from what we're seeing on the ground and our reporting may not play as well. Right now Democrats, say many measurable signs show that some voters are now onto the con- take a local paper in the state of Pennsylvania noting that trump is just recycling is two thousand, sixteen jobs message, which may work less during the current recession while the president blows up these stimulus talks this week. And his key groups like suburban women turn on Donald Trump that's according to internal polling newly obtained by politico or senior citizen's wavering on trump group that he needs for a winning coalition in several of these states, and since we were last on air just last night, roughly three more million ballots are in leading to nearly fifteen million total ballots cast, which again is vital because it may lock in votes at a time when Donald Trump appears down. So. If you follow all this stuff, you could see the facts trump's record are hurting him. But with the second debate canceled this week, not everyone's falling all the details which is important to keep in mind and that's true. We checked even in some key states that the candidates are visiting even for people who do read the paper. Take Florida which so many politicos obsessed over even when the candidates are on the ground I wanNA show, you hear a fairly typical big city paper, the Orlando Sentinel, the twenty, twenty race it's not the very top story or line. It's not top two on the right. You have to squint there and find it. We put it in red for you below the full in the very lower right hand corner, and that's with the nominee Joe Biden on the ground. Elections are one on preference and turnout. Popularity or preference really helps. But turnout commander more. That's how unpopular person like Donald trump managed to eke out a win in the electoral college in the first place even though remember he never pulled very high. He never pulled past fifty percent and he finished with few voters supporting him in our weird. Constitutional System. By right now, thanks from that evidence. We showed you in what we've been showing you throughout the week that they are up. So they're laser on taking that preference and trying to get the turnout with these growing leads states that trump won in two thousand sixteen big leads in some places above the margin of error and the question is, can the Democrats actually turn all those people out? I want to bring in someone who knows all about this polling Guru Cornell Belcher who worked on both Obama campaigns and wanting to taller the national political director for supermajority, which focuses ongoing political opportunities for women good evening to both of you. Cornell when you see the numbers up. What is the vital part for campaigns in October as voting's begun interning turning preference in turn out into victory? I think are a couple of things are really important. The numbers that are structurally different from twice I wanted to make that plex a lot of people still nervous about twenty sixteen. Structurally this is different than twice a couple of ways. One is different than to sixteen. In that in all these polls are driven showing by actually has a majority. And that is critical I. don't care if you're five, six, seven points. If you're below majority crazy things can happen. But in most of these bound states and certainly the national polling, he's now at a majority in Washington Post polling which I which I pay attention to hear because they they have the third party candidate in there as well. He's still at a majority you remember. Hillary was always ahead in the forced to way choice coastal majority but with the third party candidates who. Turned up the instrumental she was never had a majority of that. She got in nationally law with what what we saw with third-party Cornell just to pause on that point you raise because this matters you're pointing out that sometimes the question the voters get on the phone is different than what they're going to see. If they turn out, they get presented with two and it can change the actual science of what we're getting when they're gonNA go in the ballot box and see three or more explain to us exactly what's different now or what you think that there's more optimism for Biden compared to that. There was a protest right and we understood that that that that the third party candidates were repealing. A inaudible segment of the electorate who who, who was my time voted for for Bronco Rock Obama and nowhere is that more crystal clear than the State Wisconsin, what you saw those young people third party forty we also understand that the Russians have had a big play in and try and direct some of those specials and African American voters toward party candidate candidate candidates here. But even with their and candidates right now structurally, Biden has a majority of which is which is good and it's a stable majority. Are This is unusual in that you can't go back in the last two or three decades seeing where a Democrat has held a double digit lead nationally embattled most these battleground states for not one month that two months, three months. But basically, since June so structurally, this is very different and within the numbers is very different because when you look at right now you know among College White Women, the Horse Races Twenty seven, sixty, nine ad from the Washington. Post poll so know. So, you're talking about structurally this lead in and his support is very different than what we saw. Hillary Clinton Sixteen in two thousand sixteen quite frankly I'm gonna Bama and teen got but this is structurally even different than what we saw for Brock Obama. In Twenty, eight, twenty, twelve in two. Thousand eight I'M GONNA bring. You Anita? But. You're saying it diplomatically are you saying you think the number support a bigger margin for buying than what Obama One? Is Is blasphemed don't Tell Brak. Obama but I. Joe By going to beat it by. Wow don't you know it doesn't work when you say don't tell someone, but you're on live TV. That's really you are I mean again, I just want to underscore this. Again, we're following the the numbers and I've tried to show viewers we're GONNA continue report for you. Particularly, the votes cast the voter registration were at fifteen million votes. The election has begun, which is different than a hypothetical poll six months ago so we have an Obama pollster. Saying tonight, he is seeing the elements of the larger victory for Biden and Obama that you own that. Not Me that's really interesting coming from you cornell. Elliott. said it you're not telling you. There's no things what they're. Not. GonNa, let you forget this. I don't see it. But what I do see is absolutely the margins nationally the margins in these battleground states are undeniable but also an organizer. So first and foremost I'm always going to default to this is a turnout game. It is all about the people get showing up. I am absolutely looking at that almost fifteen million votes cast number and have optimism optimism about what we can expect to see as we get closer to the election cycle and I'm also a woman optimistic about women boating and turning out their friends and their. Families to make sure that binding gets over the finish line because what what is interesting here is Bala failures that you mentioned about trump and your opening are like boater boater spill that and voters are living that every single day. So on top of all them enthusiasm for a Biden Harris, they're taking their lived experience in an ongoing pen to make that didn't have to be this way in an economic recession that again didn't have to be this way but are here but we're all here because of trump and his administration's ineptitude.
Pixel vs Nexus with UrAvgConsumer
"Big sensors with the Luma. Ten twenty. You will see things you never seen an entirely new. All high resolution forty, one megapixel back side illuminated sensor the forty one mega. Kind of thing that we are maybe entering another round hopefully of weird experiments and not just everybody competing on who can have the best low light performance absolutely you keeping up on like I, guess it's folding phones right thing. Immediately thinking what is it the algae wing and this is the wing. Yeah. I know looking at the pictures it looks weird and. But I'll. Great Job Oh man what do you think of that thing? A thing is wild I haven't seen it in person yet. I have so many questions in terms of how it is to actually use on a day-to-day basis just flipping opening closed is incredibly nice. It's also way thinner and lighter than you would expect from something with two screens in weird flipping hinge like this I think is the most out bird design we've seen so far. Yeah. By folding phones we get it makes sense but flipping twisty whatever yeah I know it's crazy so. We are starting to see experience because I don't want to smartphones have plateaued kind of plateaued in terms of just features an youth new things that will. Come to them. So now this experiment of adding extra screens or expanding screens, it's a, it's really taking over the other thing that was different in that area and we check with the next five is Google had this strategy where they didn't make the phones themselves. They went to like different manufacturers over here and make us a phone and they did it so that they could just make a new version of android and like show off with how Or could work whatever. But now we have this pixel strategy. How do you think that's going? I know it's it was interesting because back in the day who they have within the next five LG was G. I I remember every time a pixel came out a next came out I. I was always waiting for my favorite manufacturer to get the nod. HTC. Come back on the next us. I think I like that. has taken over I think it means that there's More control and what we're not seeing a second vice somewhere out there that looks exactly like but with different software. Yeah I don't know if people remember this the next this was always basically based on another phone that the company already made and so you knew that this was just like the Google version of whatever the other was it like the g three for the next five I, can't remember and remember. As possible ninety five G. Three. Yeah. What did he call those versions of Android I? Mean those phones always had just like a stock version of android Google play edition yes. The play this and. Came like right around that time, and so you could get the stock version a back back in the day we we thought of it as a stock version. It was technically still like it was the Google version it wasn't pure stock Android, but you could get something without touch was on it because. Touch was was sway too much back then. It was so much stuff that was like the my least favorite out say then having that option was so cool. But Digress. I do like that Google has taken it on themselves. Have they made the best choices in terms of like design, all that MOS. Absolute each person to decide but I still like it being in house you know I feel like it's it gives them more control. They choose to exercise. You know really listening to feedback in implementing that you know but I do like the strategy I feel like we've seen. Microsoft. Really good job with that with their hardware on the surface the laptop stuff. Laptops. Just seeing them. All right. We're GONNA take this in-house start making our own things and you know we've seen pretty good success. Yeah for them. So I like the idea as a matter of like execute. Well so I'd like I agree with you I like the because. Google gets to make what a definitely wants to make. Right. It's not. This, year the next. This is not so good because it. You know they they based on the wrong phone this year, right? The next six was hallway phone had all sorts of bugs. What Google makes Google's responsible for right. There's nobody else to blame, but it also means that there's nobody else to blame, right? Yeah. I love Google don't get me wrong best al I love the Pixel devices but one thing I feel like we see manufacturers kind of learn and change things up a bit. I feel like the pixels learning curve has been. Not, the BASS. Just just from the hardware perspective is just. Having been wowed by hardware in a while right. So this is my take on it as they're really conservative right now. So actually the pixel five is a perfect example of this. They went back to fingerprint sensor, but everybody else Samsung has been doing screen figure fingerprint one plus has been doing in screen fingerprint sensors. It's like it's a whole thing. Google didn't. So part of it is cost savings but part of it their explanation for. Well, the one on the back is a thousand percent reliable and it's faster and they're not wrong like I do still have a little bit of a lag sometimes even on like a super fast hot Samsung phone hitting that fingerprint sensor under the screen, but it's not exciting. Is the TIKTOK they're exactly I honestly, I'm not with you mentioning that I'm I remember liking having a fingerprint sensor in the back and it's just so how how our opinions can change over time because the way the market goes, but I really enjoyed having a fingerprint sensor the because you could just pick up your phone and the second you pick it up you're. Thinking directly go onto the sensor and your phone is unlocked pretty quick and easy experience honestly. Also weird season ticket step back. So with the next five, they came into that thrifty price point done it with the Pixel for the the next four and so it was they were a little bit cheaper everybody. Also, all phones were cheaper. But they were they were cheaper than everybody else. There wasn't a lot of competition at that price point at that quality. So the next five, one of the reasons I loved it is it was cheap and everybody else but equality. But now with the Pixel Five, there's a lot more competition this year right then they had with xs five there's the there's one plus eight out there. That's relatively cheap April can sometimes be that same price, the Samsung Twenty, F, e. Got The faster processor Scott like three cameras on it. There's an iphone eleven that's the same price and the iphone twelve is going to be who knows probably around that same price. What do you think the landscape that they're putting this mid range Pixel five in? Its competitive. It's competitive right now and feel like they went down to weight class but that way classes kinda stack to you know it's not just like bringing down the price you're not competing with Fox's anymore. There's a whole group of phones in that area now. And it's GonNa. Be a tough battle because in the phone department, there are some really big names out there like Samson. Apple. So it's it's not GonNa be any easier I direction but it would have been cooler to see things like to see those flags of specs or. Sort of flagship specs at that price point. Seeing snapdragon age sixty, five or something in there rather than the seven sixty five being able to have those things and kind of call like, Hey, boo, just slashing prices. That's that's a more interesting story you know but I mean it's still and it had like one twenty hurts you know just just those features that we expect from the flagship is if they were able to bring that down then we're. We're able to compete. That's actually like the central conflict of the pixels who pays attention to the pixel like really truly who knows what the Pixel Tech nerds right people that are like really into phones attack an android or like Oh. Yeah. I know about the Pixel I know what that means I know people know that Google makes a phone or whatever. But like the people that are really paying attention are the people that know the difference would might care about the difference between a ninety one, hundred, twenty screen so they're making a phone for the masses but the. Only people paying attention to them are people that are in attack, and that's a really hard thing for them to deal with and people in that category that that market is looking. So heavily those numbers yeah under super informed exactly and even if the numbers tell the entire story or they don't, you know exactly take the experience that audience is suber driven by those numbers like insanely. So it does make it a lot tougher because people will just look at it on paper and say, Hey, this I mean, this oneplus near over here has forty cents megapixel camera thirty megapixel. Really really tough well, lucky for everybody There are Youtube Channel Take consumer that will tell the people about the specs and about the numbers. So the understanding but also talk about the actual experience of the thing if it's any good and the average get Super Schwab, where can people find you if they wanNA look for you youtube back actually anywhere you can find me can also media just type in your average consumer and Alibaba. Well. Appreciate you coming on the PODCAST and I'll be waiting for your up five view. Sounds good to see her.
Weekly Candles A Plenty
"Let's get into the markets because we say bitcoin do what I hoped it would do by having bullish candle the weekly. Cradle. To close up point seven percent loss way with a high of ten, thousand, five, hundred eighty, and that was basically putting a yesterday lost twenty four out session that we saw we did move above ten continues to be a bit level that democracy struggling with now are really want to say ten father. What if we can break above ten we'll have a lot better prospects a guy waltzed behold below we are above. Thousand which is good. I WANNA say ready smash out through that ten five eleven that weekly cried candle. Could certainly provide us opportunities if the cradle tried is in the potentially be tried that you might WanNa do to get yourself innocent bitcoin but breaks above the high that ten, thousand, five, hundred, ninety. Nine. The weekly high will be taken in its integrate spots. Thing is cost. We're all right now ten, thousand, three, hundred, and forty six, and we're has a relatively slow stopped the trading wake. But of course, it's still a over in Europe in the US. It's still Sunday and they're mostly all asleep so. Say what they come in and do as the is in session in the Australasian Oshii onic rage in hasn't done a great deal thus to die. Really. So yeah, I'm not really holding out too much on bitcoin rotten others night, trading -tunities if from my perspective. squat good enough amid a consideration tried I. Want Kinda with theory but we bombed out loss wake. Sorry, we bought him down this trend the week before with the law of three, hundred, seven loss. What we closed up three point eight percent closing at three, sixty six. It's pretty big candle on that wake, but it's calendar that wrought ragent area back into that cradles ended I like to work with and although it's flat on the Diet also isn't a great deal for me to do on the lower timeframe been a little bit. It's it's been growing high I. WanNa say it now push onto new hawes in this transcending the higher low and that needs to get US above three anti, we get above there we start to say mole momentum comeback. into the THEOREM price a lot more opportunity at that moment in three, sixty, five night currently south pay tell you what it's GonNa and then Austin small. The Lost Weight Goes Down to twenty two point, nine cents, and the high goes at twenty four point three, we get above twenty, five, point three knocking to see. His ex up having a real good run expectantly twenty four point two, nine point three percent onto to lastly bitcoin cash closed down two point full four it's not showing anything on the way Claes showman anything on the daily oil to pretty much five, thirty five. To Twenty, two, five, Like was lost wages a tiny bit point six causing at forty, eight, one, six did not so much activity last week with a low of forty, five, twenty one and a high of fifty one, thirty full really struggling with that fifty della Mach, which is obviously resistance that we've been talking about that for quite some time. On the shop, it's holding its ground it's not. It's not knocking it out of the park on site, but it's holding its Graham. You get above that high of loss wake of four, fifty, one, thirty, full bikes give it goes back about fifty we walk to work. We were down one percent of forty, seven, sixty seven right now. They, they closed flat on the way chemistry that for a very long time literally flat the High One, seven on thirty seven the low A. was one, fifty, nine, fifty. So a little of momentum start a little bit of. Volatility but not a great deal. It really does a pretty average right now that one point four percent at one sixty point nine, seven, cod Donald J little bullish channel right there in the weekly Ken cradle. It's some. It's not the best of the same going to be awesome. It's not the best looking. Sorry while I, all the best pulled is pulling quite David at he's touching that twenty period moving average and coudl four. If, we break the law I've lost weight and we're talking about a level of nine point nine night raw non-point nonsense. Clearly, ten cents is the level for Kudzanai to really break free for non-point for now, and there's not a great deal on the daily that interested in very similar to big break the high of of yesterday than they would a lot more work with a lot multiply within the better prospects moving forward. It's not there just yet and they'll have to wait and see what goes
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"News talk seven sixty W. J. R. if it occurs to me and in you know people have made up their own minds if they don't like trump they feel one way if they do like trump they feel enough right I support and have supported every president of the United States just like I've supported every governor Republican or Democrat until they give me a reason not to support them in the though I don't support everything that to this president does or the way he says things or does things with his Twitter feeds and all of that in many ways when he is putting his foot in his mouth he certainly has done a lot of very good things the fact that they're never reported upon in places like the New York Times and elsewhere should it mean the simple thing is when the market goes up five hundred points you won't find it on the front page of The New York Times if the market goes down a hundred points you'll find it on the front page of The New York Times that's all you need to know about where they stand in what they're doing but how come it's never come up that as president of the United States don't you think he has every right to search out corruption especially corruption from a holder of a high office like vice president of the United States who would possibly be involved in a corrupt deal to in rich's family notably his son for about a million Bucks coming on a board for a business he knows nothing about isn't that a legitimate concern if you're trying to flush out corruption in government in the United States and yet it's never ever been accepted or thought of as a possibility in the way you put it yes what is the way it put it that's different from the reality of what it is while the other part according to the advocates is that he was hanging in the balance the military aid for the Ukraine that had been approved by the Congress for his own political gain that's the other half of this accusation against him because they've continued to say that Joe Biden is going to be elected the next president of the United States and therefore Donald Trump would want to make sure he did all kinds of things to make sure that didn't happen has he done things to make sure none of the people who actually might get elected president of the United States to work for their efforts I don't I haven't heard of anything trust me they've been looking to it Joe Biden is not going to be elected the next president of the United States that should be as clear as clear can be to anyone and for a variety of reasons one year from now even he admitted with when the president Barack Obama said well Joe isn't like you know as fast as he used to be here as sharp as it used to be in by and said he's right daw and he's got plenty of time to keep proving that over the next year is that going to be the next president of the United States well he's nominated that's gonna make these debates pretty interesting yeah well if he's nominated they he's being fought from behind the the enemy lines with his own his own soldiers have have aim to their guns at him and they have for quite some time the young ones the the odd squad and others who just don't want him well it'll be interesting but I just surprising that no one is ever even mentioned the fact that well what if there really was corruption that went all the way to the White House what you know that has been mentioned as me it's mentioned in the news media but you have to search it out and I warning to yeah most people have missed that the majority of Americans have missed that and that is not part of their equations so your nose or to be impeached by the house you will go to the Senate and that'll be rejected and then you'll have a presidential campaign going yeah in all this time and money way says what's going to happen he'll be impeached in early January have in in in it will be meaningless you know the only thing I remember that that happened with the last impeachment with president Clinton was he was he was stripped of his if he's a law degree his said license to practice law well done from doesn't have a license to practice law so I don't know what else comes with this other than if there's embarrassment that tied to such a political event I don't think he's going to feel embarrassed here's a shocking news that it's probably better for my health I keep wanting to get over to L. C. a little Caesars arena and go to a restaurant that I thought was very good if only there once kid rock's restaurant and I raved about the buttermilk fried chicken and it really was very good but the word is out now that he's not renewing his yeah his his restaurant he's not renewing his lease on his made in Detroit restaurant at little Caesar's arena right I don't know what the story alive no so we have to get there there's going to be a run on his butter buttermilk Jane get more Kim just sent me a note saying let's go I hope the pop eyes people are not part of this voice we probably looked at as many answers boy I don't have a chicken so they can compete so I'm getting out of here I don't know in Brian you said what that if their lease runs up in April did you say so but he could leave tomorrow we don't know when he's gonna leave all you have to do is keep paying the lease but you if you're losing money you stop losing money if you're close the place other than paying the least well that's a good question and because I've only been there once but I've gone by it and it always seems packed and said you can hardly get him so I don't know let's call them this call Mister Ricci were pals you know sounds like he has a pretty good buttermilk chicken fried chicken recipe that could be used as the basis for on expansion of this idea well if he set up his own shacks if I had chicken like that buttermilk chicken.
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"On newstalk seven sixty W. J. R. they may be Cortez going back to the graveyard of forgotten bumper Jones today we have an error in the is in months that's good don't misunderstand I mention we have a call about a half hour ago who said you don't want to stop watching news rush I get everything from your like your policy analysis I get that no one else think it's great I just want you to know I said you know what there was a guy and see stance is basically the same thing it was on a Saturday morning C-SPAN Washington journal they did if you recall in the segment impeachment hearings and this was Victor in Maryland I don't even bother listening to the hearing says to me you like watching a test pattern on the TV back in the sixties and fifties I rather listen to Rush Limbaugh least I can get my information from him another talk show hosts on the radio and you know why I'm going to vote for trump I want my freedom of speech I want my freedom of thought I want to be able to do what I want to do I don't want someone telling me what I can and cannot do and I have had it prostration on display there with the American a laugh he is reacting to the impeachment hearings and all these people trying to put trump in jail for what he was thinking not going through a symposium channels Roy in Joplin Missouri I'm glad you waited welcome Sir the EIB network I thank you much Russ are my wife and I listen to you every day we are both conservatives and I thought with all my hair hearings and all the nonsense that the Democrats are doing they should feel completely stupid because I'd look stupid everybody here in southwest Missouri thanks man they could have spent that money a lot better help the old people have to veterans that sort of thing also to senator he larger coming certified earlier I heard him two weeks before he died on CBS makes a statement that the only way to trump which when you're back in the office was over his dead body two weeks later they reporting on the ground oh yes there are you Elijah Cummings a member of Congress Maryland I had forgotten that I've I know I remember that Al Green congressman said we got to impeach trump because if we don't he'll be reelected I had forgotten that Elijah Cummings said that trump would be reelected over his dead body and as right here points out Elijah Cummings died judge is expected to rule today in a clash between the house and the White House over impeachment witnesses here's one the canyon reporting the judge will decide whether former White House counsel don again must testify to Congress about president trump this case stems from a subpoena issued by the house Judiciary Committee in April in the Russia probe depending upon the ruling this case could have broad implications in the impeachment case involving the president one outcome is that it could encourage witnesses to testify despite orders from the White House not to do so and president trump is honoring the US military dog that participated in the operation that ended with the death of the Islamic state leader Abu Bakar al Baghdadi trump says Conan the dog is a hero was very badly hurt as you know.
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"Newstalk seven sixty W. J. R.. meeting and surpassing all lower your expectations every day that's no mean feat. the French news agency has to do is tell you you've heard about all of the plastic refuse in the in the ocean. there's a massive pile of it out there somewhere between state of Washington Alaska and the Russian coastline massive amount of plastic and of course it's our fault right. why we got to stop using plastic we gonna use metal straws than those end up in the noses of turtles and we're turn the lights on for them they're still getting metal straws of her nose is it's just an ugly scene well guess what French news agency is reporting. that this massive amount. of plastic waste in the ocean is coming from China com merchant ships. the Chinese are pulling and good luck getting them to stop. good luck getting them to stop doing anything Hey there's news of another data breach this week this time at the expense of a mobile app game companies Zynga. they've got a popular game called words with friends app it was the target of a cyber hack I got a couple of friends couple my golfing buddies play this game with each other. yeah and there's nobody better at words than I am so I don't play with them because they would never win I look at him playing at it and it's it's it's it's it's fascinating the way that they can saying can coordinate between there they do it on iPads. well apparently some cyber hacker targeted this game and they ended up getting the data of two hundred million accounts. names email addresses passwords even some phone numbers. I didn't get any financial information though company had knowledge that cyber attacks are one of the unfortunate realities of doing business today. it's just one of the unfortunate read meaning you better get used to it because they're going to happen sadly that's true. now companies make all kinds of attempts to protect their data. but the cyber band guys continue to succeed in obtaining online data so what do you do if it's standard operating procedure not you can be pretty much guarantee that over the course your life time your day's gonna get hacked what can do about well you need to become a LifeLock number because that's how you'll know sooner than these people will ever announced that they've been hacked you become a LifeLock member and something happens and automatic profile of the way you live online occurs the way you spend your credit cards they're not following you by name or not spotting it's just about a profile that is. David and exists in their computer and then when there's any variance in it. that's when they get alerted that something's odd like a spike in spending or opening a new bank account. that's when life flight gets hold of you and asks is it you're doing this new spending or did you open a bank account and if it's you everybody goes away happy if you didn't do it. then nine all fraudsters out there and they get into gear so fast they try. to stop it in process failing that they have a restoration team that works with you until it's all put back together there's nobody does what LifeLock does not nobody can monitor all transactions. all the time but life like is in a league of their own sign up eight hundred four forty forty eight thirty three or at LifeLock dot com and make sure. to use my name into doing that'll get your thirty percent off thirty.
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"Field Michigan doctor name of those with us discussing his state of the art clinic latest treatments and periodontics care and the relationship between gum disease and many systemic diseases from cardiac issues cancer that doctor name of tell us a little bit about what is the treatment protocol well in my office we treat with the ways we don't cut tissue away anymore like they used to and I still do and I used to have in a long time ago we use a laser a laser goes into these gun pockets that destroy these destroys the bacteria it tends to shrink the pocket the pocket then tends to re attach to the tooth so the pocket is not so deep so bacteria can't that in so easily and one can keep it clean much more resort so we use what's called a nap or laser treatment to treat these patients minimally invasive maximally effective very little cutting away and very little are cosmetic negative cosmetic affects compared to the traditional way of treating paramount place but let me talk about recession too because that's a whole nother kind of periodontal disease that we treat totally different right so when one has gum recession that means the more of the rudest expose the road can be sensitive it's honest that occurs when you smile and you have these long route showing you know your long in the tooth long in the tooth means you're all so people don't want to be old but more importantly people doll should not wanna lose their gum and their bones because gums lost bones lost so we do something called the pin hole technique where we actually loosen the gum tissue below or above the error of recession we loosen that gum tissue with special instruments and then we loosen it so much that we can actually bring it down over the roots and then we put a special material through the small pin hole that we make to. thick in the gum and hold it in place it's again it's very little or or vent their minor or very little pain associated with this compared to the traditional way of cutting gum out of your palate and using that to cover the roots the pin hole technique I would never go back to the other from one of our relatively new this the relatively is relatively new I was the first berry down as the Michigan certified in the pin hole and I was the first period honest in the world certified in the advanced pin hole technique by doctor John Chow in California and it's it's great it makes a great cosmetic difference it helps people save their teeth teeth become less sensitive less prone to decay it it's it's really a wonderful wonderful technique we also have people who have what's called a gummy smile when they smile too much of their gum tissue shows they're embarrassed the smile they put their hands over their mouth when. we change the lives of the people because we actually sculpt that gum tissue we reshape it so that when they smile they've got a beautiful smile they don't have a lot of excess gum tissue showing their teeth are normal let them for the first time in their lives they can smile without being embarrassed or uncomfortable about one other subject I wanna mention and that's bad breath we probably have the most well bad a well known bad breath treatment center I would have to say in the world we have people coming from all over the world we have them coming from Baja rain Africa United Kingdom all over the United States and of course as well as Michigan to treat bad breath and again back bad breath is caused by bacteria we can eliminate we determine the cause that source of these bacteria then we eliminate these bacteria and then we teach the patients how to prevent them from coming back so they don't have bad breath ever again it to me it's a miracle cure for bad breath it's absolutely great and we have that that's another service that we provide and of course we do dental implants implants are very important their teeth that can't be saved I repeat that are missing for those teeth we do dental implants because we can't save a tooth the best thing is the dental implant it's almost like having your own to see your mouth it goes into the bone like around two of and I have a couple in my mouth actually because I had a cyst nothing related to gum disease and I don't even know they're there and that usually last a lifetime so it dental implants are great no dental implants quick question how long does that take you take the teeth out and then how long before you've got other teeth and well if you sometimes people have to have all of their upper teeth are all of their lower keys out in those cases we take those teeth out or they may have no upper or lower case we and we put four five dental implants in the same day and they walk out with a full set of beauty. full permanent teeth they walked in with a mouth full of our glee loose decayed teeth or whatever we take those teeth out we then put implants in and we put a permanent bridge in that enables them to walk out of our office proud and happy able to eat able to chew able to smile live life life changing it is a life altering but as I'm hearing you I'm thinking about the fact that you're like an a to Z. you're dealing with the health of fakes arm of having proper dental hygiene and taking care of removing all the bacteria that causes all these diseases but at the same time I'm hearing that you've got a cosmetic practice as well because and a pain free office we do a great deal of cosmetic work and when I whenever I work on occasion I use RB sort are the IV sedation the patient goes to sleep we do what we need to do the patient wakes up they're usually very pain free or minor discomfort and in one of the patient says that a fear of dancers that don't fit because you're going to be asleep whatever we do you're not going to know about it and you wake up and everything can be done and completed so IV sedation is a very important part of what I do our user almost most all of the time yeah I think that that's one of the things that keeps people from going to see a periodontal probably is because they're thinking about the old fashioned way of I'm gonna get my gums cut that's gonna be surgical I'm gonna lose time at work and there's gonna be pain involved so what I'm hearing from you is that's just not the case we don't cut comes to treat periodontal disease or to treat gum recession we make cut garments if they have a dummy smile just to re shape and scope that gum tissue but that's one of the few times that we actually do remove competition and what the laser and with those the pin hole treatment that you're doing I'm hearing also that you're one of the few places where patients can go to have this treatment done. well as far as I know that's probably true okay so let's I I would say that most patients should start off at an early age going to see you and they shouldn't be waiting until it's too late in the game I think most patients should have their mouths checked to see if they have even the beginnings of parrot ours is because the early you treat it the better it is particularly when it comes to Alzheimer's because that can start at a very young age and be initiated when you were very young and you've got the specter in your mouth and don't even know about it but the sooner those people get people get checked the sooner we can treat them and the sooner the better chance we have of saving their teeth and that help save their lives quite frankly that's awfully true but I'm thinking and and the case of all this recent research with Alzheimer's that it seems imperative that almost everybody would want to go in and be check because these are frightening disease as these are horrifying frightening disease as it seems that way but when people don't have pain. many many people several my mouth stop bothering me it yeah and they have to be pushed to have to have pain whether Dennis has to say something's going on order comes after start bleeding and their teeth are after start shifting because that's just human nature well I think listening to the show on hearing what you've had to say has been so terribly informative and I I think that everybody should go out and have a check I've done with you. well thank you very much sorry about hope the word jets are it's important to me to really make an impact the help people because it makes me feel good but more importantly it's really important for the patient absolutely well we're out of time and that wraps it up for the doctor name is radio show on newstalk seven sixty W. J. are sponsored by the north American society of periodontal I'm your host Ameri Cronin and again I want to thank doctor name as for talking to us about taking charge of our health being proactive and take a look at this price does go to YouTube and.
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"Seven sixty W. J. R.. try radio on Gerry McNamara along with Carly let's get an update on hurricane Dorian with meteorologist John trout good morning John good morning once again guys yes the storm has actually slow down just a little bit in terms of the wind speed currently one hundred five miles per hour and it's situated between Melbourne and Daytona beach moving north northwest at eight miles per hour about a hundred miles off the coast of Florida and that's about a four mile an hour drop in wind speed from what we had last time we spoke what do we expect Dorian to do in the next twenty four forty eight or seventy two hours well we can expect to have more of the beach erosion along Florida's coast into a Georgia which out of the states of the Carolinas Florida and Georgia Georgia has of course the least amount of coastline but governor camp but did issue the evacuations and we could see some flooding throughout Georgia South Carolina and North Carolina Virginia pretty much out of the woods on this one but we're watching the storm sort of veer inland and and you know the the U. S. coastline of course jets out beginning at about Georgia South Carolina North Carolina Virginia start to stick out into the ocean so this hurricane is carton kind of now wedged in between a Florida taking that westerly projection in word and then where Georgia starts to curve out that's where this system is going to be hugging the coast line and potentially potentially coming ashore what kind of surge expect in Georgia or shot and then South Carolina North Carolina we'd be looking at anywhere between five to eight feet of storm surge and that's going to produce not only the coastal beach erosion and flooding on the coastal areas but could drive water well up into some of the inlets rivers and streams and during a high tide situation that compounds things even more the storm moving at six or seven my. as per hour which is a much higher speed than it was moving about this time yesterday morning and what we expect in terms of the path and and the the speed at which it will move in the coming days right well we can expect it to really accelerate once it gets beyond North Carolina we'll see the system move Friday into Sunday from the coast off the coast of New Jersey Friday all the way up past Nova Scotia by Sunday but you know another thing.
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"Stations each other thank you weaponized every every single thing people need to be able to express so we need to be able to do it and that means not labeling somebody an anti semite if they criticize Israel's policy in regards to the Palestinians that means that we don't label somebody a racist if they think that affirmative action or reparations is a dumb idea and and Debbie Dingell says hopefully we can have a conversation at this rally tomorrow night that they call take on hate which will set us on a more civil path going forward so do you think it can be that and they're hoping to have some Republicans there as well right now the hosts are all Democrats for the mission the congressional delegation of a lot of folks from Muslim organizations lots of folks from Jewish organizations there so hopefully there can be a coming together on on the issues regarding the Mideast and in the one thing she says let's be Americans first and have this discussion and turn down the heat along with the hate because I think it's not so much about hate speech is about the divisive rhetoric which seems to be the go to in today's political environment let's go on to online one and speak with Deborah one of our callers waiting this discussion allo Dever welcome to the show how do we lose Deborah I am afraid we did that's too bad let's go to surely calling in from center line hello surely right yeah I just have a question okay don't you think some of this crap would have stopped when we had that gal from Dearborn what did she call the president well I can't I can't see it without getting a big sign out I know but you know what I know I know what you're talking about it the begins with them and and ends with death okay I I didn't hear dangle get up and say anything about that she did what she did because yester but we after about it of I think of about a week after that and should that's the kind of civil discourse she's talking about she has criticized receded sleep on those occasions just last interview she said that she doesn't agree with the rhetoric she uses I just think it kind of undermines unless you know what yeah like I said you got to clean out your own stall first and I think that both camps need to speak more honestly to those in power than engage in that kind of of divisive rhetoric I I agree but you know what you're married you have a family how would you feel day after day for two and a half years I don't care if you like the president or you don't like them my god they are ridiculing him if she wears the wrong high heels after a while I thank you know what yeah it's wrong but yes ma'am I feel sorry for them they're in trump I I just I feel sorry for him because he has to see both of his parents attacked on a daily basis and if you've seen him he's taller than his dad now yeah he's big kid you know what yeah the man credit for doing something for something I don't like I don't like some of the things he says but I'm giving him credit he's trying to hold if we fail that first about Mr Obama where would we be yeah no I I understand where you're what we are surely in again than we should set the example by by promoting the civility and being other kind of having this kind of civil discussion that we want others to have you know some say that's like throwing down your arms in the middle of the fight we should be as tough as they are you know I don't if you want to believe that fine I still think it's gonna start with me and so that's why I try to conduct myself that way not on the show thank you for your call surely good to have you let's go to Robert in sterling heights who's been waiting patiently hello Sir I wish I could get out you've been waiting I can give you a minute and then I got to got to weather in traffic good to be on the thing I liked about give kudos to is your op you know your news god can result he reports the news he doesn't report opinion and if someone does he called him out on it yeah that's what we should have we get inundated with this I'm award shows in all sports everything you know I go to sports or entertainment to get away from stuff like that and it has only bring it up and it's always the left that brings that up guys will have with that way I don't know if you've noticed to keep yours the same way in fact when when Dick is pressed to give his opinion on something you can you can hear the discomfort in his voice because for any news man you work your tail off not to let that creep in your reporting and I think that's I I love both I love all of our news people I mean I'm so proud of this news or Mike I can't tell you how proud I am to be associated with them so yeah I'm glad that you acknowledge that as well Robert thank you at three forty two a new stock seven sixty W. 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"In the fifties and sixties from the weather channel I meteorologist Scott Lori more the stock seven sixty WJR as politically polarized as is as our nation is in as our discussion is and I think some of that is really it's not as polarized as we think it is we just watch fox we watch CNN we watch MSNBC and they all have a vested interest in trying to stir things up and and and certainly portray it that way but tomorrow night there's going to be this rally called take on hate Hey it's hosted by the Democrats in the congressional delegation they have invited Republicans there but they haven't had a firm commitment yet going to be at the university of Michigan Dearborn campus so do you think it's going to be constructive I hope it would be that everybody could agree to dial it back the we seem to be in this mutually assured destruction mode where everybody ramps up their rhetoric to get attention and seems that they have to out new the other side it hasn't been constructive and I think it turns a lot of people off to just having a general dialogue about politics in general but a very diverse group of participants tomorrow from the Muslim community from the Jewish community interfaith groups and is so hopefully it can be constructive and maybe both in the name of unity they'll dial it back but do you think they will let's go to Lynette who called in from canton is waited patiently let them that good afternoon yeah yeah great to talk to you today looks great to have this is my first time calling I know that because I I make reference to your name I haven't seen you here before so it's good to have you with us why listen to everyday when I walk but anyway when Jackie during golf first came man she's part of the problem she started hate her sending you that and I can't remember exactly what she said what it's like she and what like she implying that it was struck and that's how they all started but she didn't say that just to give you just a just a gentle push back on that one that she could have and she didn't and she she also has been on the show criticizing Omar and criticizing to leave as well now I would tell you that probably the volume and appointed this of her comments are probably a little bit more reserved for them than for someone of the opposite party but I think she what she's struggling in general is just a general distaste and what's happening and she is getting it from both sides she's had white sheets she mentioned she said white males come up and say look I feel like it's open season on me and she said that's why this has to stop it's all of us they feel like we're being targeted I definitely feel like that too as being a conservative Christian yeah hate pointed out yeah in the end so I think it's it's I think all of us need to measure words a little bit better I try to in I try not to engage in the kind of pejorative I wish the president didn't do it quite as rashly is he does I think it needs to stay start at the top with him and also needs to start with the Democrats to and that's what we kind of inferred her about Rasheeda to leave you know I I agree that this is probably a good thing but you know what his his my mom and my wife used to say you clean out your own stall first exactly pointing it's gonna like charity begins at home so we'll continue this conversation if you're on the line will get you your and you start seven sixty W. J. R. we'll talk about this hate rally lots of interesting topics out there that will have time to get to stay with us you're on the guy Gordon show Dorian becoming a category one hurricane as it struck the U. S. Virgin Islands with forecasters saying it could grow to a category three status as it nears.
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R. with housing information you can trust now here's the inside guy Chuck Breitenstein every outside guy can caliber Lee alright we got about a half an hour into that last hours we got about our hands now to get to this next hour worth of contact we never get through our tight no we don't our topic DU jour finish tomorrow for all right fair enough and the new Hey we got Gerry milling for pro home improvement with us and Gerry's talked about shingles and and a free upgrade to a really great product and a free double the warranty to fifty years and I guess I would just want to reiterate Gerry these are legitimate warranties they're not pie in the sky it's really not gonna be worth anything more into his after a few years honestly I feel like when you're choosing a home improvement company and you're looking at warranties and guarantees here from folks you have to consider you know if the company has been around long enough to prove that the product will actually sustain though the longevity for us we work directly with CertainTeed certainty has is awesome research and development labs the singles that we install here in the Michigan area are tested and like northern Canada for cold temperatures and you know and and south more for for hot temperatures and so they are able to correct the problems before we ever deliver the materials to a job can and I've known you guys long enough to know that the rare times there is an issue you get out there take care of it that's that's probably one of the best things we could say about you now we know them a long time but I think you're a can't remember where we met prone proven I do the building doesn't exist anymore doesn't hot I can't believe you're reading I can't either yeah if my wife was the she's gone Chuck ten thousand ten at the old home shows at the Silverdome okay very good very for I remember talking to you about him and you guys throwing the word I'll guarantee a lot and and question you guys I it is this legit you have the subject and since then you've been a tea party inside outside guys that have done nothing to prove to be right anyone the business of pleasing people what that means is that you have to deliver on what you say a crazy concept that you know old folks used to stand by as a standard and now it's kinda you know rare fallen by the wayside so our theme for the weakest sightings yeah and I'm pretty sure pro home improvement does some siding products yeah we offer so many different options vinyl siding and polymer we can do fiber cement even wood siding there are so many different options out there and their designer inspired nowadays engineers and architects and designers work together to create maintenance free products that are that are beautiful and that are designed to last while being maintenance free yeah some of those fall products to me they look better than the real products you have to go up and touch them and not common to make sure they're not and that was the case and that's the real test year right that is real tough walk up I'm not going to see how they sound but some of the cedar shake I just exactly beautiful I got really beautiful and you guys do a lot of that I so we do we we love to finish off a gorgeous siding project on a home with some custom accents like cedar shake or fluted metal scallops many years ago when vinyl siding kind I got a bad reputation because it was then in the coatings of paint we're just applied to the outside they have completely redesigned vinyl siding today the cedar shake that we install is nearly a half inch thick solid polymer and and if you were to drag I saw through it and then a piece of vinyl siding like you'd you'd just be amazed at how hard and dance and authentic feeling our cedar shake as well being maintenance free the color is throughout the entire panel not just on the surface nowadays and so you can count on it to not fade in the future you know if you choose a really brilliant bold dark blue or dark gray color for your home I love nice figures to be able to grab a few more minutes you have any calls for Gerry eight eight eight six five four guys which is eight eight eight six five four four eight nine seven Gary just a few years ago I and it's all relative maybe was fifteen twenty years ago vinyl siding was sold as a D. 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"Review that you wanted to see as long as you come with an open mind open eyes and open ears I think you have a responsibility to come here to have an understanding but they were denied that opportunity because they were going on a separate two or the did not join with fellow Democrats McCarthy says that's significant they could have come with a bipartisan group that heard from every body of very diverse group of political viewpoints let's get to Todd in Sinclair shores and get his take on both of the actions by the prime minister and president trump's involving Hey Todd good afternoon guy how are you Sir excellent as always thank you well listen now a couple of quick points number one it's ridiculous it's not it's not a right to travel to any country to privilege unfortunately the people of this country have been brainwashed to think that everybody has a right to just come to this country for whatever reason that's not the facts secondly since when is trump in charge what the government of Israel does stance ridiculous he can say Ali one he's got to work his opinion just like everybody else does Mrs Clinton Mr Obama all the other people on the left have there they can say what they want but is soon as trump says anything and something happens it's his fault so that's ridiculous thirdly where she had to leave she makes the best she sleeps in words have consequences maybe she shouldn't talk which she talks I don't know how she kisses her son a leg her husband and and says things like she says use words like she says I know my mother was a spell staunch Democrat and she would never use those kind words describing president trump and stuff like that and is a and and people understood that yes SO that's ridiculous so if if they choose not to have her under country because she wants to make some political stand out of it because her mind is already made up what she thinks about the people of Israel so her going there just a start and I and and I I I I I agree with most we said here's my only take on this and it's it's very simple the president deviated from what would be presidential norms by interfering with the travel of U. S. representative it is quite unprecedented I can't I can't think of any president prior to this one it is in it goes beyond giving your opinion you pressure to foreign leader to deny them access and I worry about the unintended consequences of that what about to the down the road when we go to Europe and some liberals in France saying no we don't want your Republican colleagues here because they won't sign on to the Paris accord these kinds of things when you deviate from the norm you can set the new normal and it can come back to haunt you they already do it now they didn't deny any about him tonight any of our representatives travel data one trump over there in England in their protest in an audience lens he was allowed to go he wasn't enough because the government let him go the guy thinks Israel's government has every right to see who would comes I told her I don't dispute that but what I'm saying is the president getting involved can come back to haunt that's that's all I'm saying you're you're so you could be setting a new precedent taught all as a player that's why I went to you first three twenty two when you start seven sixty short break be back with more of your calls your new stock seven sixty W. J. R..
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"Well you to friend they are you separate the study this is forty percent well cut down on the the log jam that all No Way might be well and good but unfortunately along with that the flip side is that it kinda increases the road rage by seventy percent so like you know I mean it's like it god forbid if you're going anywhere near the same director when you've got somebody cut in front of you the Roger trail behind you instead of going to block off the edge they yell at them find yourself going five miles out of the way that they try to get away from the guy that one that you know whatever reason so basically we've all got that got to a point especially in traffic I think that we we've gotten to the point where we've got the attention span of a newborn so we patient is gonna come into play and I think that he will nobody has much when they're in traffic and love they just don't want to get home or human amen brother you got a nice to hear from you Reno everybody weekend thank you for the phone call I think you hit the nail right on top of the head is well and I'll pick you back that on what Mike said I think our generation of drivers were never going to get that that's never going to click with us not around here and I'll buy you die in cross explanation that it's a Midwest thing all I know is I tend to agree with you I get way too frustrated it zipper merge Johnny grand blank you around seven sixty W. J. are good afternoon John good afternoon you wouldn't need a the primer to better but he just got over the minute that they knew they were supposed to go here here here here I'm betting that the study didn't take into consideration that at all it would be just as safe of everybody just got over the minute that they were supposed to get over and that's what frustrates me the most John if I may he usually it'll say traffic merger in a mild traffic merging Joe miles whatever the case we just just take preparations and then we can all just keep driving through the camp me yep absolutely in and what about the guy that was already emerged over in any decide that he wants to go back to do the the primers after all with the did you know his intention is not to you know be save his intention is to be in front of everybody yeah so that that I I call it be active on say an actor I don't think they did a really good study I don't know I don't think that we are going to I don't think that we're going to and thank you for the phone call I don't think that we are going to accept that we've been we've been driving this way for far too long and and to ask people to deviate from what they've normally done you know how people have such an incredible issue with that I will get some more thoughts on that a lot of people want to talk about the zipper merging I also thrown out there what is the worst stretch of role we have a couple former kings is there a king now in the metro Detroit area news with can recall ski here on seven sixty W. J. R..
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"Less for news talk seven sixty W. J. R. I'm Decatur the Frank Backman show news talk seven sixty W. J. are now sitting in for Frank Beckman here's Chuck gala well good morning again we're taking your calls this will be an open line right through the rest of this hour as we count down to noon so we've had a lot of great interviews this morning some good stories just hurt for and from lieutenant colonel Daniel Davis about this shooting down of an Iranian drone what do you think is really going on you can pipe in about that also we talked to Ted Ryan from Ford he's the archives and heritage brand manager did you know there was so much that was going on behind the scenes in building mission control at Cape Canaveral and in Houston with the help of Ford aerospace and communications at the time you know we're celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing tomorrow July twentieth and four had so much to do with that and a lot of other companies large and small based in around Michigan a lot of people who called in this morning have worked for would love to hear from you about that and this this poll is just come out the most admired woman in the world who do you think it is I wish I had you know I wish we could play a game show give your prices but it won't work Michelle Obama according to this poll is I'm to some she's for ever First Lady Michelle Obama according to you gov dot com which surveyed forty two thousand people in forty one countries she is the most admired woman in the world I find this interesting she beat out Oprah Winfrey first of all but I find it interesting because not only the people she beat out but it's is it just my imagination Michelle Obama's been pretty quiet maybe that's the key maybe if we just dial it down to the point were just a little quieter that would all work out the other story we were chatting about this morning with Adam Kennedy directly from the White House is the information from the census bureau this release that says business applications for new businesses in Michigan have increased almost twenty percent during the tenure of president trumps of course we're getting this outbound from the White House but he's pointing out the fact that they believe that's because of a tax cuts de regulation at all that the economic boom that has occurred under truck we've got canned from Livonia who's calling in about that what do you think of that idea are you seeing this in love all your anywhere in your sphere of influence well first let me touch on some you just mentioned Michelle Obama does not get my vote I'll give it to Queen Elizabeth okay yes I did make it to she's on the list though Queen Elizabeth is on lost well she got my vote okay as far as what I called about right yes absolutely there's a lot of applications being presented there are a lot of places are hiring what chart here is where we have a problem we see this in retail manufacturing though we see this in skilled trades and we see this in the food industry these people and they get the job within a week their quality the problem is I've and I've seen this multiple times myself for this younger generation they don't want to do physical work and that's where we have a big problem is we have to try to encourage this younger generation to wanna do this kind of work but right now that's the problem yeah so all these stores all these places are hiring yeah younger kids don't want to take the job so I think there's another complication which is part of the good news bad news can I'll give you one particular example because we've just gone through a season of trying to supplement family care giving for my parents with you know the home health care companies that can come out and eventually you know one of the senior center is that you can go to when you pay somebody.
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"Seven sixty W. J. R. well this is a big deal looking forward to it every year it starts today but to you know maybe they should hose people down at the N. Arbor art fair or art fairs as we sometimes say the sixtieth annual Ann Arbor art fair the largest juried art fair in the country with more than a thousand juried artists in a wide range of media going to be showing their wares and Maggie lad is here the spokesperson for the Ann Arbor art fair director of the south university area association and they find madness Jerry can the the the would that be considered the original from a sixty years ago or not yours is just what a years yours is the young one Maggie I now remember well it's a young one but it does our on site universe he sixty years ago well I have here the Ann Arbor south university are for twenty years Ann Arbor summer art for fifty years and Arbor State Street are for fifty two in Ann Arbor street art fair the original sixty years be that as it may here's what we noticed right away I didn't think you went on Sundays but you do this year yeah well we've we've done since twenty sixteen I think boy was when we started doing Sunday while you know thanks James you know sixty years ago on the side of human we started here or you know people didn't shop on Sundays to the shops were closed because the blue laws and you know most women did it didn't work so when he was a good day for them to to come to the fair some times change yep they sure have in them you start to the day and go through Sunday what what are the hours well we're we're cancel nine start Thursday Friday Saturday and twelve till six on Sunday alright so tendonitis a starting today and through Saturday and Sunday noon to six it is absolutely free you can go to the and Arbor art fair dot com for information or you can listen to Maggie lad on W. J. R. telling is what's new well you know I mean you can also go to the and Arbor John or Christian convention and visitors bureau site you know destination on Arbor they have they have great at art fair information on that site well I mean what I do want to point out though that says shuttle runs from Briarwood mall only not at used to run from crying you're high also but just let your listeners know that it's not it's that prior would only right it just so you know we used to call it Briar world when I was going to rock your world so that's where the shuttle those which is the easiest and smartest place to go go to Briarwood mall and take the shuttle because Ann Arbor as you might guess I mean this is taking up thirty city blocks in Ann Arbor this is a big deal yeah although you know the the city parking structures are easily accessible from the ceiling and you know we have a nine hundred states one here thank you that you can access really easily and and the house that the our our goal runs link so it links all the parking structure so you could park a structure shop and shop in a fair hop on the the article around and you know move around from fair to fair quite easily and you'll be moving around from fair to fair roughly three hundred and fifty thousand to five hundred thousand people yeah yeah over the course was there yeah yeah a lot lot lot of mark the visitors it's a great to it's a great event it's great family friendly art activities for all ages artist demonstrations which are always interesting a couple of different stages live performances street performers all the amazing yeah we've got all what's that we've got we've got all you know as an all around experience you know sometimes you're Irish accent I so eight you've got it all I got you now you've got it all including the amazing shops and restaurants in downtown Ann Arbor that you're absolutely right yeah please give me yeah lots of fun for everyone but I mean the main attractions are the artists and the new work that they bring every year and if you know about one on one connection between you know customer and art a lot of fun there's there's no yeah it's going to be hot you should spray people down with a hose well you know we have misting stations good so you know so we can get straight down yeah they need that they're gonna need that and you got to have a lot of water stations yeah we do have a lot of water stations and you know people need to stay hydrated yeah I was gonna say talk to a Frank salen Steve so our friends William Patrick young all the folks from apps appear they'll help you out could you need to get water there for everybody that's true I have to cure is an awesome sponsored the the attorney water for artists all of our our every year they do wonderful things like that all the time Maggie land always a pleasure talking with you one nice to talk to you again all you take care you too all right bye bye Anna bursar sixtieth annual one starts today runs through Sunday W. 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"Gordon show on news talk seven sixty w._j._r. why no you've heard the outrage and you've addressed outrage over the college admissions scandal we talked about it the top yesterday involving celebrities in the wealthy basically game the system buying their way into elite schools but in retrospect maybe the thing that we really ought to be worried about is the legal ways they are gaming the system and i my thoughts were provoked by an article by brian walsh in the dirty secret of elite college admissions was the title of it in medium and brian's good enough to join us this afternoon brian good afternoon to you quite a bit here yeah you you were an interviewer for your alma mater at princeton and yet you resigned as an interviewer over your dissatisfaction and frustration with what you saw was a system that was rigged for legacies explain what that is and why you were so upset well the system princeton and this is true for a number of other sort of you know whatever you wanna call them swept of colleges they do give an advantage to the children of alumnae and that's that comes in various ways and it it's it's unfair because you know why alumni really had any advantages especially when it comes down to such a you know a competitive process to begin with these people who also you know already have a lot of advantages to begin with you know there are more likely to be going to better schools better private schools you know they have time to do extra curricular they don't necessarily have to worry about part time jobs and so when you think about all the competition going for the space the idea that we should be you know favoring those who already have advantages especially when these can make a big difference in someone's live that destruct me the more i realized as as unfair really essentially unfair in a way that we're seeing playing out now so how what is the acceptance rate of legacies versus my kids are your kids how heavy is the thumb on the scale for legacies i mean you often see you know two to three times higher acceptance rates for legacy is you know the schools will say well you know maybe the students themselves are better and you know perhaps they're certainly able to advantages they have to generate a better record have you better grades again together expert extracurriculars all the things you're looking for in a college program but if that's the case why then go that extra mile to say we're going to give you a little little vantage just because of who your parents are it seems like the american system even before you get to college is is not really a fair one daddy of then doing that additional step forward alumni just seems again essentially unfair in a way i think we can all really realize when we sit around and think about it we used surprised by what happened yesterday or in your role with princeton had you had parents at some time or another ask about whether or not there was a side door or maybe a little something extra they can do to get their kid in i've never experienced that and what we saw yesterday as you know the details of that case or just above and beyond you know i mean to the point of soda shopping students heads on the actual athletes in order to convince college quotes coaches that could be recruited athletes which makes it easier for them to get into those schools that's again it's i i wish scandal here is is less what's illegal later this being a fraudulent case then what's allowed even beyond just being the child of alumni it's fairly well known that you know if you donate a building if you donate millions of dollars your child is a very good chance of getting in and why is that acceptable at all really you know i mean if this is meant to be to be fair it didn't matter that you're you're father or your uncle whoever millions of dollars to a school so you could get in i think again if anything good comes out of yesterday's advance it's all begin to realize how honestly screwed up the system is so you write about something called the dean's interest list what what is that when i when i read about it it kind of reminded me the of how casinos have whales that they they try to court is that what we're talking about here yeah that's the perfect analogy i mean if you have a student or an applicant coming in and the emissions office will look and notice okay well they're relate to someone rich their parents parents of someone who is rich or famous they're going to go on a list and and the reality is like if air parents if their family member is able to donate on very high chance of getting in this came out a lawsuit was filed against harvard university that's why they sort of came to light right really you know other schools have have similar situation is going on it's not hard to see that and it's again it's it's almost a pay per play sort of situation i really don't know what is well it is it is certainly there running it like a business in a for profit business at that so so what's the fix should should universities be forced to publish their legacy policies and publish their legacy acceptance numbers would that be a step forward and should we reign in some of authority that college coaches have to guarantee slots to people because the the schools grant them that and that's how it got abused yeah i'd say first off i think schools should go ahead with with a lot of other schools have done which is say we're not going to give any specific advantages in emissions to the children of alumnae that's one thing you can do and you have a lot of schools m._i._t. doesn't do that others don't do that cambridge and oxford over in britain so that's one thing and justify college sports is a real issue and again this is the kind of athletes we're talking about here are not the ones you think these are not people on march madness is not football players often students who are engaged in the sports like lacrosse sports like tennis or it's like sailing even which came up yesterday correctly sports that you're not likely to get involved with unless your parents are fairly well off begin what saudi idea that you know you should get an advantage getting into a school because you were able to do well in a sport that requires that element of privilege really i think we can all agree that does make a lot of sense well there was an idea yesterday that the schools had no knowledge and that may be true but they certainly have responsibility by giving the coaches this kind of authority that allows them to guarantee admissions for someone in that slot it allows them to put in a position where they can be bought brainwash i wish i had more time but thank you so much great article in medium dot com and we'll look forward to your new book great thank you very much should universities band this legacy system or does that intergenerational thing matter and should.