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Fresh update on "stephan" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"Stephan Kaufman CBS News Now with two pushes the button money news Here's Joan Donny. The pandemic is seen an explosion in the use of telemedicine, analysts of Forrester Research say. Virtual health visits could top one billion by the end of the year. But there are issues how insurance companies will pay providers and worries about patients using technology. A lot of people over the age of 65, or technology of Tom Conroy is CEO of Medicine, a company that seeming to change that by he says, repurpose ing the television to allow doctor and patient to talk to each other. Pick up the court. Text, remote control. Impressed. Okay, cortex makes TV and intelligent platform connected to the cortex box. Still, how conductors get patients. Vital signs. Well, they can already if you have an iPhone, put your fingers on there and get your Conroy says companies like his own are already working on more, too, Cos they're going to survive in this incredible market have to create Bluetooth enabled medical devices that can work through a network in the home with money news from Bloomberg on K Y W one Joan Doniger, the latest nominee for the Supremes, to be made official later today,.
Princess Eugenie Is Pregnant! Royal Expecting Her First Child with Husband Jack Brooksbank
"On the way for the British royal family. Buckingham Palace is Princess Eugeni, the daughter of Prince Andrew's now expecting her first child with husband Jack Brooks Bank. This Is ABC News.
Fresh "Stephan" from WBZ Morning News
"The wine. Is this a disaster for the wine industry? Greg Habits with Mesa Vineyards Management. Absolutely. This is a really serious problem with wine industry this year. Stephan Kaufman CBS News For Those of You who live in the Plymouth and or Barnstable County areas, you might notice some low flying aircraft over the next couple of weeks. W Jesus, Chris Mama tells us why considerate aerial animal control as the Department of Agriculture will use the birds to drop vaccination bait from overhead to quell Rabies and populations of raccoons and coyotes. Brian Bjorklund is a wildlife biologist with the USDA. This is the first time in well over a decade that we've been able to bait by air. The Bates will also be distributed by ground and wooded in wetland areas, and there are two different types being used, each designed to inoculate the animals when ingested. One variety looks like a small one inch cube. The other a ketchup packet. Oakland says Not to worry. The Bates have tested safely on dozens of pets, and the program is mainly precautionary. We haven't had a case of Rabies south and east of the Cape Cod Canal. Spring of 2013, so the program has been extremely successful. Kriss Farm a W. B C. Boston's NewsRadio, carmakers, Ford, Nissan and BMW unveiling new electric models. For the Chinese market is the Beijing Auto Show opened under anti virus controls that included holding news conferences by international video link. Automakers are looking to China, the first major economy to start recovering from the Corona virus pandemic. To drive sales growth and reverse multibillion dollar losses make tell it easy. NewsRadio, part of your Morning routine alarm's set for six AM to W. Easy News. Radio 10 30 from my Heart radio, Smart Speaker When you first wake up P vz radio in your car on the way Working, Getting.
Travel To Bulgaria
"Bulgaria is a small and mysterious country. It's one of those lands that Americans just don't visit very much. It's long faced east impact in communist times it was famously subservient to the USSR. But. Of course, there's lots more to see in Bulgaria and you can learn about a fascinating culture. When you go there to Bulgarian guides, joined us in our studio to help give us a better insight and a little better appreciation of the cultural. Bulgaria. We're joined by Stephan Bush job and you're. Stephanie thanks for being here. Thank you our pleasure now. Americans we don't know as much about Bulgaria as we know about Poland or Germany or Italy, or Greece that. It's not in the news it's signing country of about seven million people probably, not not a lot of Bulgarians have emigrated to the United States like Polish people. So many know when I think of Bulgaria I think of a back in the communist times a little country that was more friendly with Moscow, than the other countries in eastern Europe in fact, your leader little sort of an communist dictator two-door shifts of Shipka He. Actually proposed that Bulgaria joined the USSR and become the Sixteenth Republic. Is that true that? Yes that's still in the early nineteen sixties shifts for wanted us to be so close to the Soviets. So he proposed to become the sixteen republic. Why so subservient? The USSR you know because as a small country, we have always tried to find our big brother because you're right there in the middle of the Habsburgs and Russia and and. The meat of all those crossroads and your. Little so easy to gobble up if you're a big giant country absolutely, but fortunately, the Soviets were in the middle of the Cuban missile crisis saw they were busy and they were not interested in having trouble themselves Khrushchev or whoever was the dictator say There's a joke in becan communist time. The biggest animal in the world was the Bulgarian pig because the head was in Bulgarian. The body was in Moscow I. Was that funny. So many years ago he mentioned the pick when you have the body of the pick of the good meat is there. So we produced Oh the good stuff food and it was expected to the Soviet. Union. So practically, this is the reason why still nowadays in Russia they remember all those fruits and very funds legal, Gary, all good stuff that came from Bulgaria. So the big shot in Moscow and wind as well. Of course, all the Bulgarian wine. Oh, the best bogere in one when Russia. Well today you don't have that problem. You've got wonderful traditional food and drink and and Yuri. What is one thing we should remember about the food of Bulgaria when we visit incredibly fresh everything is fresh. What's been out of the garden? What's IT traditional? A traditional meal I I remember some beautiful soups. You must have a salad. You must argue with Salads and a little bit of Brandy. As world it goes with the Salads. We always have the strong alcohol first, and then we go to the wine and then we go to the beer you start with the strong alcohol yes, we do. We do. Why is that Stephan? It is deep tradition. What my parents belief is that when we have a trunk alcohol to open your perceptions the food, this is the best way to taste it when you have a few sips of follow traditional. Brandy. Code. Of Akia. So when I'm cooking, if people have the strong alcohol, I can actually eat my food. It helps it helps a lot. Gary is the only country in the European Union that has this surreal alphabet I was in Bulgaria when you're on May twenty fourth, that's big celebration. Why does Bulgaria have this unique alphabet and what's the cultural background of that? I remember that day because we were actually fuming Bulgaria episode into our in my hometown. So it is really important to understand these different alphabet because this is an alphabet which helped to spread the Christianity because it's surreal religious named after Saint. And who was his side and his brother Metallica's Methodius and Cyril. So they innovated this alphabet so they could write down the holies holy scripture scriptures and people could read them exactly in idea to have the Christianity. Kuo's to the heart close the. So to understand the holy wisdom to understand the words written, what century was that this was in the eight, hundred, eight, hundred, fifty, five,
Fresh update on "stephan" discussed on Doug Stephan's Good Day
"Day Health. I'm Doug Stephan. With Doctor Can Kronos from late cardiology down. Amon Dura, Florida the epitome the the height and soul. Of in the middle of Florida of good cardiac care is founded late cardiology with the doctor can so many people from around that area around the southeast around the country go visit with him, and during the course of our conversations every week, I think you could find out why you understand why? Because he's Very good at interpreting the info and having applied to you or people that would have some of these issues and because of what's been going on here, The last TV seemed like six months. We've been talking about this covert thing for six months. And I'm betting will probably still be talking about that a little bit. Not as much as we get beyond Christmas into the new year can but still the focuses on what do we do? How do we one of the questions is about face shields. And whether they're effective or ineffective. I saw one thing that suggested they were ineffective, blocking aerosols to prevent the spread. I also see something here about Those who sing if you're wearing a face mask that good. Well, I mean, that seems to make sense. Right? Well, let's untangle this a little bit because you used the word called the Face Shield, which is different than a face mask. Right? Okay. They have Tio, Choose your words here. And the face mask. We all know the surgeons wear them. They cover their face and nose, and I hope the listeners are wearing them when they're not able to social distance. And then the shield, which is not yet a standard recommendation for all of us goes over all that and additionally covers the eyes. Let's first talk about face masks because the news this week is about What face mask can protect you from when you're sitting in front of the choir, So you may not want to be in the first row in church because What The news is, If you sing indoors without a face mask, you run the risk of spreading covert 19 through tiny airborne particles known as aerosols, and that's the conclusion research has reached after studying a choir practice. And it seems like Most of covert 19 is spread through. The body's throwing it out from the respiratory tract either coughing it out, talking it out or singing it out. Just blowing it out your own airway into the air, and then 70 80% of his breathe, breathe in by the other person through the nose, and that's why it's so critical to cover you nose with these face mask and then the rest mostly through The mouth and a little bit, maybe through the eyes. If you are watching people sing. Hopefully they have face masks on, but they probably won't just want clothes. Yeah, you wouldn't be singing circumstance. Alright timing here up next the time to get a flu shot and whether we're going to risk the twin endemic if we don't get a flu shot or both flu shots. What's the bottom line on that cause A lot of people are asking That question can well in normal times, which is any year, but 2020 I would recommend everyone getting a flu shot unless you had a reaction to it in the past, sometime between Halloween and Thanksgiving, so it's easy to remember. But this year were urging people to get them as soon as possible because Several reasons. We don't want you to present with symptoms, and it's unclear whether it's covert 19 or the flu because there are overlapping symptoms. Also we want to try to limit the overwhelming possibility of the health care system being overwhelmed by a combined flew end bump in covert 19. So get your flu shot as soon as possible from the shot. You can't get the fluids in inactivated. Virus. If you take the kind of vaccine will you breathe it in? That's a live vaccine. I recommend everyone just get the shot and also some good news from Australia, Australia. In the Southern Hemisphere always leads America in terms of the flu, and we can get a good sense of what kind of flu season will have in America. If you look at what's already happened in Australia each year, and the good news is this year. It's been a very mild flu season in Australia, so hopefully It'll turn out as it usually does mimic Australia. And I think one of the reasons the big reason why it's been a light flu season is all of the prevention that were doing to avoid covert 19 the face mask, the social distancing the handwashing, keeping the hands off. The face the nose, the mouth, the eyes. All of those things decrease the ability to get covert 19 and guess what. The added benefit decrease the spread of the flu. Fine. So the next step in this is whether or not the things you've just talked about may lead to a record low flu season here. There is some research already on that, Yes. Yes, and the research is looking at the results already that have occurred in the Southern Hemisphere and especially Australia. Aziz. Good indicator for America and things look good because it has been already light flu season in Australia, and that's usually the predictor for America. So it doesn't mean you should not get a flu vaccine because again you don't know 100%. This is an odd year. We don't know whether we don't yet know if you get both flew and covert 19 is that even worse than getting Just one or the other. We don't yet know that. And we'll know that by the end of this year, so so don't be a guinea pig. Hey, hide so I want to talk about the CDC. As we continue here, one of the things there's one day there's one bit of advice from them. And then the next day, there's another bit of advice. Sounds like they're on to some kind of Mondo bizarro playing here. One of the things that people are most upset about is the recommendation for Halloween. We'll talk about that in a moment as we continue here. This is good day. Health. Dr Ken Cronauer is Don't forget our podcast every week, which basically brings to the bottom line lot of vice and the information that can has For example, the most recent podcast with Ken on Good Day. Health is a focus on why young people are dying from Cove it even though the numbers are not high. It's a very interesting bit of research offering reasons. About the rarity of young people dying, but what the circumstances are, and of course, there's much more information can isa cardiologists usually every week we have info on heart attacks and strokes, and that sort of thing? Certainly the my focus on The has been on important part of conversation here. So that's all included in the Good day..
McConnell Pitches Scaled Down Corornavirus Relief Bill
"As gridlock over another Corona virus relief package continues. Correspondent Cigar MAHOGANY reports. Republican leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will vote this week on a scaled down version amid gridlock over another Corona virus relief package. Republican leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will vote this week on a scaled down version. Hopes for passing what would be the fifth. The relief bill are dimming the two parties air sharply at odds over the packages scope, with Democrats pushing for more than $2. Trillion in aid. McConnell's Ville is about a quarter of that targeted proposal that focuses on several Of the most urgent aspects of this crisis, like school aid and money for vaccines and testing. Democrats like Patrick Leahy want farm or he calls McConnell's page woefully inadequate. This proposal isn't skinny. It's anemic. Democrats are sure to block the bill during a test vote Thursday.
Fresh update on "stephan" discussed on Weekend Magazine with Rob Pratte
"On every time I see it. Every two weeks. He's trying to take your guns away, right? Hundreds of anti cold protesters have entered a mine in western Germany to protest the continued extraction and use of fossil fuels. Environmentalists object to the German government's dishes and decision to allow the mining and burning of coal in the country until 2038 A deadline, the activists say is too late to effectively tackle climate change. Activists are also protesting the plant destruction of several villages to make way for the expansion of the guards, Violas strip mine west of Cologne. Elise and utility company R. W E SE. Some protesters broke into the mine and a cold storage facility at a nearby power plant early Saturday. Federal prosecutors. Description of nine discarded military ballots found in the trash at a northeastern Pennsylvania elections office has been seized on by President Donald Trump and his supporters, despite any public evidence that they were handled with nefarious intent. The U. S attorney's announcement of the investigation Thursday provided a few details, but did mention the votes were for Trump. How the case was handled and subsequently promoted by the White House. And the Trump campaign raises questions over whether the Justice Department is politicizing investigations related to ballots. Winemakers and wildfires. The challenge to the grape Here's CBS News correspondent Stephan Kaufman. Wildfire Smoke that blanketed the West Coast also penetrated grapes growing in the vineyards, and that's created.
‘Door-To-Door Trick-Or-Treating Is Not Allowed’: Los Angeles County Releases Guidelines For Halloween
"The joy killers in my home county of Los Angeles, decided Teo kill Holloway and apparently Halloween. Yeah. Halloween activities will not be allowed. I love that word. Not be allowed. Is this from the same guy Who said you have to earn your freedom back? The mayor loves their. Yeah, my, my guy who likes to turn things back. Well, apparently we weren't good kids, so we didn't earn back Halloween. And a traditional Halloween activities will not be allowed for residents in L. A county because or at least the reason given Corona virus pandemic, according to local health officials. The Lake County Department of Public Health announced a ban on door to door trick or treating Carnival's festivals, live entertainment and haunted houses. Georgia door trick or treating is not allowed, because it could be very difficult to maintain proper social distance on porches and front doors, especially in neighborhoods that are popular with tricker treaters. According to ridiculous officials. Yeah, it is. Kids If parents are walking around with kids, and there are a couple if there are a couple kids in someone's porch, grabbing candy, you just wait for them to go to leave. And that stupid that is so
Fresh update on "stephan" discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"I. I like that. I do I see stuff like that like in outhouses every day there's all kinds of stuff like that. I work I work in construction in. The bathroom. Those little things just markers they draw stuff like that I've seen little like I seen a dick going super saying. And it was like. Covered in flames and stuff, and it was like going Oh man that is. So talented but it's still a dick at the end of the day. It's still amazing creativity that people have and then they ended up transforming into something like a Dick. So Hey, I don't know how I feel about that. But I think that's a perfect transition into the intro of episode. Hello everybody and welcome to a comedy advice podcast where we bring nothing but Dick Butts and advice my name is Stephan and Oh God I can't get Dick out of my mind my name is Stephanie I'm your first. Joining me today but joining with today is my good friend local comedian and treasure gem. Eric. Hughes. As good. I'm quite disturbed actually. It is disturbing. Yes. It is serving. We've also got second disturbed although he seems slightly happy about it. Cam snead. I'm just thinking about to here guys Oh God. Okay. Well, this is GonNa be a great episode. We also have a very, very special guest. He is a guy, a podcast or His. Name is Mr. Positively. Wolf et. Up Guys. ooh Hey how's it going? What's up? We're we're doing good vibe check here I'm coming in hot. Eric's neutral cams snarky and then wealthy you're just you're just chilling with the five. It's almost like a rock radio station meets a jazz radio station meets country. God. Good Wolf. Types it's. Description. Yeah. That's what I imagined. I'm trying to get my mind off of Dick Butts. So anyway, how are you wealthy? How have you been? Doing pretty good. Lock down here for Corona recently here. Yeah. Yeah I wanted not too bad. I want to check in with you before we get into you and your podcasts because you've got multiple. But how have you been doing with the pandemic? It seems like you've been a little creative and productive with your newly launched podcast, which will talk about in a sack but. Are you okay do you need help? I we're doing okay I live by myself and it's Fan Tumble Brag Jesus. Okay. I'm working from home so I don't have to see the people at the office anymore it's. It's really been. Beneficial to me I think this this whole thing live in dream man that's awesome and on the side your podcast thing why don't you tell a little bit about your to podcasts Wgm Watch this movie podcast and Mr. Positively. Wolf Ut's news podcast. This movie is a movie podcast with. My friend Eric who actually work with He started at. Like twenty twenty fourteen. He started and I joined around twenty, sixteen. So we have lots of episodes. Over. Two hundred episodes of that. Wow, if you're looking for stuff to binge. We got tons of content holy shit while two hundred episodes. That's amazing. Good for you, guys. Damn. So yeah. So some of our ups will review movies that we've seen recently. So that might include. before the pandemic, it might have included new releases..
‘The Bachelor’ To Start Shooting Later This Month As ‘The Bachelorette’ Wraps Bubble Production
"Update My Cat's Peter Weber proposing to Hannah and sluts at the end of a B C's The Bachelor season 24 last March. Bachelor Nation. Fans know that romance didn't last long, but maybe Matt James will have more luck when seas 25 of the Bachelor begins production later this month featuring James is the first black bachelor, his season scheduled to debut in January season. 16 of the Bachelorette featuring Claire crawling from the Bachelor season. 18 debuts October 13th Christopher Watson ABC News In
Packed Beaches Could Lead to Labor Day Coronavirus Spike
"Packed over the Labor Day weekend, including in Jacksonville, Florida Way thought it would be a little less crowded than you know other places, But you know, we're keeping our distance six million coded cases in the US doctors warned. That could be another spike if there's a Labor day spike. A moment of
Health officials concerned about effects of COVID-19 pandemic on suicide rates among young people
"About the effects Corona virus could have on the suicide rate among young people. CBS's Stephan Kaufman, Suicide is the second leading cause of death among teens. Numbers are increasing, and we do worry about the effect that Koba 19. They have pediatrician, Dr Nietzsche, Abraham tells parents what the danger signs are young people being more with Tron, making comments that they are feeling down or sad, even expressing that life is not worth living had a change in relation. Stephan Kaufman, CBS News Indoor
Kenosha becomes center of nationwide protests after police shoot Black man in front of his children
"In cities nationwide after a police involved shooting incident in Wisconsin, the victim who was shot in front of his Children is hospitalized. An investigation is underway. Constant. Officials are investigating the police shooting of Jacob Blake on Sunday. Kenosha police say they're responded to a domestic disturbance call. Shortly afterward, At least one officer was caught on video shooting Blake in the back right now, we are demanding something and that is that the cop be arrested and charged. Blake was shot in front of his Children.
DOJ to seek death penalty once again for Boston Marathon bomber
"Will try to reinstate a death penalty for the Boston Marathon bomber. Attorney General William Barr says the Justice Department will appeal a court ruling that left the conviction in place but tossed out the death sentence for show car Tsarnaev. Bartels Thie Associated Press that federal prosecutors will do whatever is necessary, including taking the case to the Supreme Court to make sure that Tsarnaev faces the death penalty. The bombing in 2013 killed three people and wounded more than 260. Others. Jan Johnson,
'Tiger King' zoo closes after feds suspend its license
"And I promised you a little bit of news on the Tiger King. Which Tyre King News. Well, I know we love it. I mean, anybody who hasn't who Hasn't watched it to yourself a favour and do it. I mean, the first episode you go. What am I doing right? By the second episode, you're just kind of sucked in, and this was a huge hit. For Netflix. It was a documentary about the Tiger King Joe exotic and apparently the zoo that was featured in that documentary, Victoria. Announced late Tuesday that it is closed to the public. And can you imagine what that was like? After the federal animal exhibition license was suspended? The U. S Department of Agriculture said that it suspended the exhibitor license. For Greater Winwood Exotic Animal Park and Jeffrey Loh Hu was featured in the Netflix series on Monday. Both low and Joe exotic were among the characters in that Netflix Siri's Tiger King murder may have madness. Opposed to the park's Facebook page announced that public access to the privately owned zoo is closed. Effectively. Effective immediately. The new park will, at least for the future. Be a private film set for a Tiger king related television content for cable and streaming services. Now we know Nicolas Cage has signed on to do this. The report of the U. S is going. Oh, my God. You know what I could for her? I don't have Sharknado in my world anymore, but that's gonna be my name. Sharknado Tiger NATO. The report of the USDA DEA inspection at Winwood found multiple animal welfare violations really serious and Several repeat violations. Among those inspectors found the on ly refrigerated storage for animal food was a broken refrigerator truck that do, officials claimed had recently been fixed. The inspector's asked for the invoices on repairs, and they were handed an invoice for a tractor. Repair in the Facebook post apart, claimed it had been targeted by animal rights groups. Now I believe all of these things are true. I believe they have been targeted by animal rights groups, and in fact, Joe Exotic is working with Peter now from jail to try toe. Tippy toe off to all of these things, and there are according to reports spies in the area. But I also believe that they're probably pretty poor conditions at this part because we saw it in In footage and it's been going on for years. It's interesting. The one of the details which is pretty awful about this, the fact that that these that they've been targeted by animal rights groups Now having this license revoked this. This is actually bad news for the animals because having it being closed to the public means that the animals are no longer subjected to inspections, USDA inspections or pita. So I This is not great news for the animals that Jeffrey Loh Hu if you watch the serious he's sleazy Vegas guy in like the Ed Hardy T shirts with the You know, his wife in the nanny and the whole thing anyway. Sleazeball
How to Build a Brand When You Aren't an Expert
"Committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel, and today we are going to talk about how to build a brand when you are not an expert. So a lot of people are asking US hey, how do I build a brand I'm getting into this field I'm learning law and decide you know what fake it till I make it what do I do and you have to real options the first option is you can just way and then once you get really good at it and you think you're all as quote unquote expert grew whatever you WANNA call it. Then by all means blog about it creep video content odd cast The other option and this is the one I would recommend is you don't have to get expert to build a brand you can share your journey you can share the mistakes you learn, you ensure the pros, the cost, and eventually not only will you learn what to do, what not to do your followers or the fallen that year solely attracting will also learn what to do and what not to do. But eventually as you gain more and more expensive the month over the years you'll be then seen as experts have to be expert. You don't WanNA call yourself expert to share what's working for you in that industry on what's not be super open open book you transparent So I was actually just GonNa say something similar around document your journey in the beginning when people when you maybe feel like imposter and you don't feel like you have enough to teach you don't feel like you're good enough I think happened. So a lot of people when they're starting out and I think that stops them from starting. It's also painful when people don't see results for the first two to three years or so and what I would say is a good example of this is Gary Chuck. He doesn't particularly teach as much as he just. He just had a camera guy following him around d rock and he was just documenting every part of the journey on his team chop things up and that would be sources content, and then he would realize that now he's you're saying this like I don't have to think about all the content I need to produce because just living my life I'm being me he's being very authentic to himself. So in the very beginning, is there any way you can document especially if you become really really successful and people can see from the very beginning there like Even more. It doesn't matter how crappy your video your equipment is how bad you sounded the beginning while people are going to appreciate the raw ethnic you and then they're gonna see your journey another continue to follow you because they're interested in senior story people. Dave Chapelle said people don't follow comedians because they're funny. They follow comedians because they're interesting and so how can you be interesting? You document your journey, you get stronger and stronger don't give up an I feel at that point success has given. So yeah, and what you'll find is throughout your journey. Joe Come through a lot of things that can help you become expert without you realizing as he had a bigger audience, you may be asked to be interviewed on other podcasts. He will may want to interview. You may end up doing speeches at conferences. All these things will help brand your salt and make you be seen as experts, but it doesn't happen overnight and when I look at companies like groove h q a lot of people don't know but they documented their journey and eventually became super successful Gary Banner Chuck was undoing Wine Library. TV. Back. In the day for so many years spitting wind. He wasn't like I know wind better than anyone else. He was doing a show until just telling people what they feel about. You know wine in how it tastes like I remember he was on Conan one time he's again this is how it tastes like a song with dirt try chewing Konin and stuff like that wasn't near just trying to be an expert who is more so distinct this is how it is. This is how I get to know why is this is how I relate to? Overtime people like Oh, Shit your expert. You know this? Really well, it wasn't because he's saying he's an expert he's documenting his processes tasting wine, and at the same time, other people start interviewing. Esam to speak our conference getting known. That's what really helped him up over the years as well. If you even look at Logan, Paul you look at Pudi Pie, you look at Casey Nights, lot of them. They are just kind of even Graham Stephan to he's actually Graham. Stephon Stephan Show where he reacts to things actually he teaches but the the other three people I talked about before again Casey nights that Logan Paul, these types of people they're just
Air Force Helicopter Shot While Flying Over Virginia; Crew Member Injured
"A training flight was fired on from the ground. It didn't happen in a war zone took fire just outside of Washington, D. C. Air Force reports to Huey helicopter assigned to joint base. Andrews. That's the same military air base that's home to Air Force One was performing a routine flight training exercise when it was shot at near Manassas, Virginia, just over 25 miles west of Washington, D C. The helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing at Manassas Regional Airport in Virginia, where the pilot was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. The airforce described the injury is non threatening. The shooting is now under the airforce and FBI investigation to determine if the helicopter was deliberately shot at or if someone was randomly shooting into the air. Jeff McKay
Russia approves first COVID-19 vaccine
"Russia claims it has approved the first Cove it 19 vaccine in the world. But there is skepticism about the product that came from the Moscow Institute. Meanwhile, work on vaccines in the U. S continues. Moderna is among the company's already producing a covert 19 vaccine before proof that it works. Everything has been Working remarkably smoothly. The patients are wonderful. They're here. They can't wait. Tio Tio make their contribution. Principal investigator Dr Paul Bradley says half the group gets the real vaccine. The other half a placebo. Everyone gets treated is that they got the same thing. On and we we wait. We watch We're looking for any side effects. Any complaints? I'm John Lawrence
Jimi Hendrix’s ‘60s Japanese sunburst guitar sells for over £160,000 at auction
"Watchtower, Jimi Hendrix that guitar that he played in the early sixties, sold at auction with 216 K boys and girls. He was a young Morocco in York City four times the pre auction estimate. They said, 50 to 60 right We talked about this the last time. Hendricks began playing this sunburst electric guitar made in Japan after he was discharged from the Army in 62 that he was even in the army. After leaving Fort Campbell. He moved to Clarksville, Tennessee. For a short time, man. They must have thought he was something else in Clarksville, Tennessee. He played on the chitlin circuit with Wilson Pickett, Slim Harpo, Sam Cooke, I Cantina and Jackie Wilson. I didn't know you played Jackie Wilson for he moved into Harlem. In 1964 where he stayed until 1966 playing venues such a cafe Wah and the Cheetah Club. Hendricks remained in possession of the guitar through his brief tenure with the Eiseley Brose and his own Jimmy James at the blue Flames in the blue plate when he went to England. Guitar was left in New York at the apartment of his friend might quite shy. What is it that it was named? Question provided watching, he pried a notarized letter of Providence for the instrument prior to its own prior to his death. You get tired at a pre auction estimate has said 50 60 reached a high bid of 180 when factoring and fees the total bill was 216,000. Other notable music related items. From this auction, artifacts of Hollywood and music events 14,014 carat Cole. A gold ring on by Elvis went for 20 to 5. A pair of princes, custom made purple boots went 13,000 before they were sold. One of Michael Jackson's sequined black jackets went for 20 Okay, people, low spending a lot of money in auctions people by and that's where they get it
Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic files for bankruptcy in hammer
"Virgin Atlantic airline of seeking protection from creditors as it tries to survive the pandemic, Michaels tells more. The UK based airline filed for help Tuesday and U. S federal bankruptcy Court in New York. A spokeswoman for Virgin Atlantic cast the bankruptcy filing as part of a court process to carry out a restructuring plan that the airline announced last month. The airline hopes to emerge from the restructuring in September. Virgin Atlantic is the latest airline tow wind up in court because of the financial harm from the Corona virus outbreak.
Universal agree to shrink theatrical window to 17 days
"Virus pandemic is changing the way Hollywood plans to released films in the future to Michael's explains In a sign of how the pandemic is remaking Hollywood traditions, AMC theaters and Universal Studios announced in agreement for a shortened theatrical window, with the studio's films playing for a minimum of just 17 days in theaters. The standard window theatrical exclusivity typically runs about 90 days. Studios have increasingly sought to shorten that window and delivered new movies more quickly into homes. The new deal covers universal films in the US over the next three years. I'm
Sen. Dick Durbin, Mayor Lightfoot push back against Trump deploying federal troops to Chicago
"Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is opposed to President Trump sending federal troops to her city to help quell violence. Illinois Democratic Senator Dick Durbin says he sides with the mayor. I stand with Mayor Lightfoot. I have since there was a first suggestion. By the president that he was going to send in federal troops of federal law enforcement. Let me tell you we can use some help dealing with gun violence. We could use some new legislation. Wouldn't that be great on gun safety that the president might support? I don't know anything he supports, But there are other things he can do to help us with community policing and resource is we need in the hardest hit communities When it comes to violence in
Rolling Stones Drop ‘Scarlet,’ Previously Unreleased 1974 Track Featuring Jimmy Page (Listen)
"The Stones rolled out details their upcoming goat's head soup box set earlier this past month, But the most exciting elements for their fans was a previously unreleased song. According with Jimmy Page that you're listening to year called Scarlet sets not coming out to a September the fourth. But this week, the band released the highly anticipated track. Song was cut in October in 1974 with Keith Richards, Jimmy Page, both handling guitar duties and traffics Rick Gretch on the base. Pete says. My recollection is that we walked in at the end of a Zeppelin session. They were just leaving and we were booked in next and I believe that Jimi decided to stay. We weren't actually cutting. It is a track was basically just a demo was to get the feel of it, but it came out well over the line up like that. You know, we better be using it. 1975 page told Rolling Stone that Rolling Stone magazine that he thought the track was supposed to be a B side of a stones record. It sounded very similar style and mood to those blonde on blonde tracks. Jimmy said. He was great. Really good. We stayed up all night when down Island Studios where Keith put some reggae guitars over one section. I just put some solos on it. It was eight in the morning and next day before he was able to do that. I remember first, jamming this song with Jimmy and Keith in Ronnie's basement student, Jang said his great session. A new edition of Goat's head soup also features previously unreleased tracks Criss cross and all the rage along with the rare demos and a complete concert, taped at a gig in Belgium in 1973. Stones originally planned on touring American football Stadium this year, But certainly that gonna happen this year anyway. During the down time, they've released a new song called Living in a Ghost Town. The first original songs. He's 2012. So the stones are at it. Interesting, Jimmy Page story. Never heard this one before. No, I like the song though. It's very Yeah, I kind of did, too. Yes, I didn't know if I love seeing old documentaries. We've been watching a lot of stuff about Laurel Canyon and like Ringo was actually really good friends with Mickey Dolenz, the drummer for the Monkeys, which was always a joke that the monkeys were created to be like the American beetles. And so it's it's I like seeing who was actually friends with whom and to see that I never knew Jimmy Page in the Stones ever had any crossover and the fact that he played on the song is really cool. Jimmy Page lives in a house across the street from Murray Gellar's old house in Sonny. And apparently, he's quite noisy in the neighbourhood,
"stephan" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Limited and they don't always have the resources to build these exotic racing parts for these modern engines. And if they did it might be a a smaller As not that many people are looking to buy that stuff I I have a really good relationship with the guys at Mount tune who do the Ford stuff and they build a lot of and engines for Ford Factory race cars and for customer racing and they do pretty much all the focus RS tuning. I mean I don't really know anyone else's doing focus. RS TUNING TUNING here in California. I'm sure somebody is but I don't know and you know they The focus Rs. As as I learned because I had one fucking hated it but they did a lot out of work on it. It's really really complicated like Though between the how the turbo works and how that works and how all this different stuff is going on and if they get a lot of fucked up cars that come in there and they have to fix a lot of bad tunes that cause real damage in their car. They had a case case if they had a a stack of crate. Engines for the R. S. twenty-five Crate Engines was by thirty feet high. A whole wall of them because these we just take them off the rack be the cars blown up bad tunes. Take one off the rack throat in it was crazy. See like people just do not understand. How complicated the central because that would how much damage you cause? Yeah you know the different cars respond differently to the tune right or to being tuned You talked about the Subaru back in the days as when it came up to WRX. I think that was a car that a lot of people thought how to huge amount of potential but most of the guys that turn the boost up burnt broke the rings out like right away manual lose control or just building at home depot and then they were pretty low ceiling yeah and and And so like the twenty twenty supra it. The twenty point twenty super has a pretty response quite well to tuning especially in these guys make over six hundred horsepower with You know mild tuning setups on 'em do you think think that car like if you were to if a customer regular guy regular person with a supra wants a little more a little more. GO ON THEIR STREETCAR. And you do your basic your intake exhaust inner cooler in your tune. Do you think that based on what you've seen that motors robust enough that if you do the what you'd call the full bolt on treatment that you can run it as hard as if it was stock and not have to worry about smoking it or or breaking. I don't think you could run it as hard as stock. I think the design these cars to wear are one hundred and ten degrees in the desert and it can go full boost for twenty minutes ago. I think the duty cycle is lower as you start modifying the car more. And and if you're GONNA take your three hundred thirty five horsepower car and make five hundred fifty horsepower out of it you should expect to there might be. You may want to take it a little easier than maybe what the back three but look if these are streetcars and even race cars. I think that you with enough development development. Maybe you could but if you're just GonNa flow I'm just telling people like if you're GONNA go get a flash your computer and turn the horsepower. One hundred you may want to consider that you're outside the parameters where the factory designed it and if you're driving to Vegas as one hundred degrees outside and you're trying to two hundred miles an hour for twenty minutes. You may aside from the legal problems. There they want to watch your gauges a little more closely exactly but I think if you get a factory car you might not be able to break it trying to you know I agree. I think there's something really to be said if you WANNA go. If you're going to be the kind of person who's GonNa beat the shit out of the car a good argument to leave him alone. NO WELL NO I. I'm hi I'm all for modifying it. You don't get me wrong. I say I say modify it and go out and have fun with it and all of us. That are doing it for the street. You can only experience that power for moments moments because your blazing through any kind of light speed laws and all that stuff. If you're I can't imagine even stock cars if you're on the throttle full throttle for more than ten seconds second days you know you got guys they. They'll they'll build up their streetcar. Little bit they'll go to button willow. They'll go run streets and stuff and it'll be hot out there and you know I think that so so then if you're just you may want to and some cooling system stuff and and you need to think of it holistically and then that then it works. So that's why the guys put the racing tires on there and go to the track and all of a sudden they're breaks burning up and it's like well hang on a minute. Yeah so and then you put pads on there and you're not my my brake fluid's boiling it. gave you need some brake fluid and you put that on there and then keep kicking that ball down. But that's what's fun right is is You make you'd make you want to make the car more we'll have more power or have a quicker lap time and you figure out how to do it and you talk to your buddies and you've you've had some experience and you read the forums and stuff and you find out what guys are doing to successfully James says are forged engines and billet blocked technology viable for street use. What is the service life of a high powered to JC or an RV? And then he said Oh. What's your favorite brand of oil and filters? Yep so I'll take the flat part last Bob. So that is okay so oil disease Lucas oil and all of our stuff we're using a five W. fifty synthetic and we use that in all the racing cars and and then filters we use the filters When we use something that's external We've used The the canons Yup and then as far as the stuff. That is a good question that I don't know the answer that I'd also like to know the answer. Yeah we haven't worked with any of the bill at block stuff even with your huge powers you just don't even bother you just use regular regular blocks. We run such unique engines. That are like we don't run the JC. So maybe if we ran to Jay's but even then You went out making two thousand the horsepower and drift. And I think that's kind of fifteen hundred horsepower. Two thousand is when they start going to this bill at stuff so I don't actually have any experience with bill blocks But I always wondered seems like they make two different versions one with water that flows through it and then some that don't But the one that don't be like a like a pro stock like psycho psycho death drag car that doesn't even have like a cooling system. Yes that always bugged me out when they find out drag cars sometimes don't even have cooling systems because they only run for like like nine seconds. Chris does drag race and man. If you don't need it why take with you. Don't wait in crack Other than your Do do we have anything else. Someone asks if you remember an orange two-stroke Ruckus you built. That was the last question for you specifically. Yeah so a bunch of buddies and I got into this still pit of seen seen the scooter scene Bro. Can I join your scooter club. I have a Yamaha won twenty five. Let's go to upgrade to a VESPA three hundred because I want to go one hundred ten miles on our mice cooter with three hundred or go one hundred ten miles an hour. Have Fun with that. I don't ask don't actually do that. I do WANNA ride on highway. Yeah it was fun you know. We just lied luck. We all love modifying stuff and and the reality the scooter scene with with instead of the engine we put one hundred twenty five engine engine into it. Extend the swing arm. Different wheels tires handlebars paint. Like the whole deal so you know so that years ago and then bought a full size motorcycle were what he read. I don't ride anymore but had this was maybe eight years ago to Qadi Monster six nine. Six Tesla bike. Yeah Yeah I wish I always loved the monster too big derided though. It's like little. Its first smaller people. Th that fits I I got a I got a s V six fifty the the slightly bigger version and less Italian version of the same kind of tell you story when I was fifteen years old. I tried to talk my mom into letting me by a wiser can. Why is the little street bike? Many and I was like fourteen fifteen. I was like look at fifteen years old. I can go out and get a learner's permit to ride a motorcycle. I just can't go on the freeway or go at night But I can ride around the streets and stuff. She's like no just cycle and for years. I wanted to full size motorcycle recycle. Finally when I got one I was so busy writing defensively that I couldn't enjoy writing too scared. Yeah just not too scared thinking about all the danger lurking around you. Yep Yeah and I didn't have enough years of riding motorcycles goals to just go in the canyons and just have fun writing it. It was all right now counter. Sheila laid over. Okay look I want to keep your eyes shift in my in the regular like all all these different things versus just kind of flowing having fun and I realized that I like I'm a car guy not a motorcycle. I feel you I definitely feel you I I love. I love my scooter for beating traffic as a practical tool and parking upfront and the predictability of getting around town of in the CA- when I go fast I want that cage around around me. I won't some bodywork seatbelt. Yes do I have a question. What would be like like five tips or three nuggets of knowledge for someone who might be afraid to open up their engine for the first time? Yup So number one Do It on a car or an engine with low. Oh Two zero consequence. So don't take your take.
"stephan" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"A car and then getting the best driver and then kind of putting together what you think is going to go in and then go win without really interesting series. Because you know the tanner in that in that in that cy on I mean I think was. It was great when he when he wou he won the championship card. And he no. He won the championship A COUPLE OF TIMES UNDER THREE HUNDRED Z Z. Second I think he talks to me for sure. It's very successful in that car Even if he didn't win the championship but like I mean that's got to be incredibly rewarding when you see a car that like is not rear wheel drive and you made it and and good drivers able to make it be successful but also like like I think formula drift kind of rewards the creativity. You know you've got that Italian dude. Who's running the Ferrari? Five nine nine now. Some guy was running a portion nine nine three a few years ago like complete lunatic. You know there's people who enter like really bizarre cars into that. I think it's like 'cause they WANNA be the guy driving the weird weird car they don't WanNa be just another to forty. It's the underbid of the underdog motor sport. You know we're we're. We're not racing with a stop watch and arguably we're not racing traditional racing cars and were turning right winward going around the left hand corner you know so There's a lot of us. Didn't grow up in the in the traditional motorsport family or or aspiring to be a traditional RACECAR driver working in a traditional scene. Maybe because we didn't like it that much felt it was the box was to defined and the drifting because you see the variety of cars and the diversity of tracks and the evolution Aleutian. That's going through quickly It's gotten a big following and I'm a fan as well as you know. Someone obviously competes in it but as we see this new generation of automotive enthusiasts come up typically Drift is on their radar. Well it's the most fun thing I think you can do in a car have you donny. Drifting yourself for sure. I competed for a few years driver. Drug what At first I had a Honda. S Two thousand actually had a Nissan to forty I for a year or so oh and then to a Honda s two thousand so eventually think of you as a builder. I don't think of you as a driver. What years were you competing? Two Thousand Four. I did a couple of events. Two thousand five five to two thousand seventeen the whole series. How did you do as a driver? poor the drifting. I mean I can get around the track. But how's this. You can yellow fs. Two thousand can't show drivers Stephan DACAS. Yeah so I can. I can drive the cars I've road race. I've run in an Honda challenge for years with NASA had a off road truck that I did Pro Light with the Lucas off road series. I've done a bunch of de Racing A.. And that's definitely still Well you take some owner liberties when you build the car and you go. Listen I gotTa make sure this thing works. You'll see time so this this is the deal is because you can't go to school to learn the stuff you have to learn hands on so I said Okay I want to get into drifting. I think this looks really fun. I'm going to build build a car. I'm GONNA drive it. I'M GONNA learn the language I'm GonNa Learn the guys I'm GonNA learn the vocabulary. I'm GONNA figure all this stuff out and then that way when we started the team brought on ten or fouls to drive the car and I was in the car we already had a lot of experience. On what what I thought it took to win. I just needed a driver. That could drive the car to win. And then you also spoke a good amount of the language language because you had done the driving and built the car and so he gave us feedback on what car is doing or not doing and stuff. You understood a better mouth into someone had come in just from like a different racing series without having competing even if they're an engineer you know it helps you speak that language together absolutely. Those are skills that I I can still I still use. Yeah what was the time between when you like. You decided to get into this sport. Did you go into it with kind of a simple car. I just just for fun. And then he started learning learning and then progressing to the other cars and going. Okay like you're busy sending yourself to a university to prepare yourself to run a team To build cars ars for competitors like how long has trajectory yep so I was running the drag racing program in two thousand four and two thousand five in parallel with the drift stuff. So we're in the full drag racing program and on the side I bill to forty S. X. in two thousand four did a couple of events first car basically just super super basic In two thousand five thousand. That was kind of going with everything we learned for the first the second car. Sorry from the first car and bill applying it to the second car and then in two thousand and four at the end of two thousand five retired from drag racing and then went full on drift in two thousand and six and then for the same budget that we're spending on the drag program. We're able able to do a two car. Drift program informed the drift. Really and I said you know. I think I can build a car that can win but I don't think I can drive to win. We need to win. And Tanner her faust a very driver do a little bit of rally stuff and students Um drifting in two thousand four two thousand five wanted to have a more competitive car car that he could drive. So the synergies they're lined up in. And Tanner drove are the the car that we built and The rest is history within three years we went to championships championships. And Wow and so what. Basically the formula was kind of like ready fire. Aim Let me get in there and let me build something. Let me try to have some fun on but learn a lot and then once we kind of figured it out. It's like let's do this and Let's go full on. Yeah Yeah Okay so have fun while you're learning and then and then focus surreal wants. You know what you need to do. Yeah and it has to be kind of low stakes right so when I first got into the drift it. It didn't really have sponsors on so much I wasn't I wasn't pushing it that hard because maybe I didn't look that good out there but then actually people people cared they're like oh you're getting to drift let me let me check it out or they wanNA know about the car and and it wasn't really that much always about. It is what I learned which is really important. I think leading all the way up to today was I think a lot of enthusiasts are not always I just interested in the person that one or the door the most competitive team. If you've got an interesting story or if you can if they can check out the car that's it's sort of interesting or maybe the way that you're building it or that story's interesting I think people are attracted to that not just people that win. Yeah I think that's probably true through especially if in the last five years when you have so much control of your own narrative And you can be an interesting person like I think of like it. Corey Crawford who is a great driver and you know has won some some did some winning at one level but he became kind of a personality. he wasn't able to win at the top top level for financial reasons. Or whatever the reasons was I. I don't wish Corey back on. I don't know but like he was able to turn his social media into a fauna reverend thing that would carry him in between kind of slow times of the driver. Yeah I've been inspired fired by guys like Corey and other people within the scene that were able to create a career not based on nobody stop it solely on on money. This is this the deal. Is I for drag racing for years. There was a couple of teams specially one team that they were really good they would beat us sometimes and they were the hardest working people to track and terrible at marketing and not that friendly only when people would come up to the pits and such and they would find themselves without a sponsor and without money to continue to go racing even though on paper they they were the most competitive and you could argue that they would be. There would be the most more successful team than ours but they weren't succeeding on the marketing end of it when people also if someone on sports a race team I think if I was going to support a race team I'd want to support a race team where could go to the race and like hanging out with the team would be fun. You know what I mean like the the the people would be fun. The car would be accessible. The driver would be cool. The food would be nice. Whatever it is you know that experience and if if you're a sucky team or a sucky team owner and you don't make your sponsors feel like they're you know they're to have a good time with you it probably isn't gonNA work out is it's the same thing with the guys that you work with on? They a lot of the guys that we work with Come out for the race weekends and don't necessarily work at our shop during the week or during the off season they have normal nine to five jobs they get time off and we. Can you know because the team needs to be a lar- larger on the race weekends then during the week at the shop. How big is your crew? You want to race weekend We were two cars we have about eleven people actually would against Moore said thirty. I wouldn't have been surprised. Okay yes good He's he's manageable. Everyone everybody to have a good time you know and and especially you know you're at the race track for four or five days with this crew. So do you want to. They have an enjoyable time and kind of going back a little bit to my drag racing days by two thousand five or so when we're really into the drag racing. It wasn't necessarily necessarily hiring my buddies anymore. It was hiring the person that was best at that job and it became corporates. Not what the right word but it became. I'm a little bit less of a bonding experience. And more of a job. And everybody had their specific roles But you weren't all there necessarily because you. I had a bunch of fun together over the weekend. It really started feeling like like this groundhog day were would show up. It'd be a quarter mile. We'd try I win and try to go fast and work on the car over and over and over again and then we pack everything up and then we do it again the next weekend and not so sounds like somebody. I'm talking like somebody that got a bit burnt out it. Look listen review two thousand cars. I know what it's like to be wanting to only be pushing upward and it's and you know sometimes it's everyday shit yep so now kind of like on this this next kind of version with all the drifting stuff I try to keep it way more enjoyable bowl and say you know what there might be this person. That's the best person we could hire But maybe they don't fit into the the team form our the team kind love vibe and we'll we'll we'll have somebody else on the team. I mean it doesn't seem to be hurting. Your standings. Frederick is doing quite well in the car car seems to work. I mean there's not a whole lot to complain about Papa. Doc is racing is there. There's more than one way to To build a race car to win wins Do a lot of things and and it's not. It's not just a math formula where there's a lot of different ways you can Such as a prime number right you. There's I understand. Yeah there's a and finding ways that are unorthodox is a really good way to win. You know we had Steve Dining on the show and Steve Dine on and talks about how he spent so much time. Not trying to add horsepower but trying to reduce parasitic losses and that ends up with an engine engine. That is more powerful and more reliable. You know what I mean and so it's just a different different way of looking at things like that and and that's the way that I look at. The competition team of the racing team nowadays nowadays is not just wins and trophies. It's actually having a good time at the track and when fans come up giving some kind of experience that might be more than just watching the cars go around the track. Nowadays it has so much to do with social media in the stuff that we We put out there as far as our own How our own exposure you know how will on trade creativity and If we're able to inspire people like I've been inspired all these years than that. That's rewarding for me as much as a trophy well. And it's funny. You brought that up because inspiring others in different ways interesting. Because you're doing this super series right with this beat the new beef fifty eight engine On Your Youtube Channel which is doing well if I am..
"stephan" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Know. Eighty six eighty six Toyota Corolla past taste or Some of the guys the Mazdas with the rotaries and you know obviously the old classic porsches and if you don't love the Amex three with that crazy. V6 from Japan that like two liter V. Six that revs to a zillion RPM that motor rules. No one ever talks about it because the cars ugly ugly loses every time. It doesn't matter how cool your motor is is do so I want to get back to. You're talking about the schooling for the kids. Oh Yeah right yeah. I firmly believe that if someone wants to get into motorsport illegal. Ah I I would rather hire somebody. That had a experience on their own cars Or maybe with their friends cars and said came to me and said look. I've have built this car from the ground up. I've blown it up. I've rebuilt it. We've gone to the track we've learned how to drag race at a bit and you know he knows how to work with his buddies and I feel like there's there's a huge experience that really can help at the motorsports level lord necessarily going to a technical school and learning. How to use a ratchet Gotcha from the textbook or or you know some of the stuff? They may send you the school. Although I think he'd make the argument that an individual that will go through a couple a couple of years of school and show up on time and get good. Grades is also a skill. Probably a good employee. But I think that's a good point I mean if it you know it for a lot. A lot of people out there who might go. How do I become Stephan? The answer is probably in your own garage at least at least step one if not step fifty years and that's what I want to talk about that a little bit here because that's one of the questions I get asked. The most is how I do what you do. Or how do we get into motor sports. Because there isn't I mean here in the. US doesn't seem to be much of a stepping stone or much of a career day for the race teams. They don't really do much. Yeah they shut. Maybe maybe there should be a motor sports career day and someone should put something like that on who has some poll. Will you know the challenge. I think is kids that I don't WanNa be on a NASCAR team and travel around. DOING NASCAR don't necessarily want to change heads on a on a top fuel dragster. They like the sport compacts. They like the import cars. Are they like the drifting scene. They want to work in those. That makes it hard. Though is there's less paying jobs within that scene of you okay. There's few of them. They're smaller series. It's tough so you've spent on. That's a good. It's a could the run-up drift because in addition to these these very famous front wheel drive. drag right cars. You've also been responsible for some very successful drift cars. That the V.. EIGHT NASCAR CY. On the tanner drove which is one of my favorite Drift cars. Ars of all time. Frederick does This is a rear-drive converted Corolla Corolla Corolla and What else what are some of the others a couple more on the list? What else what else is on the list there of your formula drift greatest hits so we took a twenty twenty Was that a twenty two thousand nine scientists to real will drive yes We were assigned at the time. And we got a hold of the guys over at T.. Here de that did the NASCAR engines. When they had the V.? Eight engine they were able to flow us one of those and we put that in the front and ended up with a six hundred fifty horsepower. I power rear wheel drive converted SCIENC- pretend we did yeah. We built all the suspension for drift specific and went out there and and it was a top level competitor. Why ooh did? Did you decide. I'm going to start building drift cars right now or did a team come to you and say we have an idea. Or what was it that sparked the interest in drift cars at all around the age of twenty two to drag car around around two thousand seven thousand two thousand four two thousand five. I started getting a bit burnt out a drag racing so many years of it and traveling around the the you know the US. And every time I go to another track it'd be another quarter mile straight piece of asphalt which you know it's just some point. I just wanted to do something different and I had these dreams that I'm good drag racer. I could go road racing and maybe I should get a shifter card and maybe I can be any car driver and these other things and once I started going towards the road. Racing rider realized. Oh these guys have been doing this since they were six better than me. How much of the of the of it was being driven by your desire to be a driver and then have something awesome to drive versus? I WANNA be the guy who builds the engine that someone else gets in the car and drives from day one. I want to be the driver but I don't have money to get a race car so I need to figure out how to do it. Yeah and that's a lot of drivers stories But some are able to be a good enough driver to sort of end up having somebody work on their car But for me I was ended up being a better mechanic and car builder than a driver But as I was doing both in the drifting Seen as I got to go got a bit burnt out of the drag racing thing and kind of got to the top level eventually okay so in two thousand three to two thousand five. We were racing full tube. Chassis real drive. They've accurate ns ex. V Six twin turbo six hundred horsepower car. Whoa so that car dad drag car eventually eventually around six point five two in the quarter mile at home hundred fifteen miles an hour so it was always a celebration or a car? Where's that card? It was sold old. It's around somewhere. Yeah but the engine longitudinal in that car two or did you leave a transverse in that car it was. It was longitudinal so north south and but very traditional so the chassis was a NHRA pro stock chassis. It used a nature a drag racing specific transmission. It had seventeen inch wide tires in the rear visit in the front of the engine in the front engine from an accurate a sex but it was an but it wasn't utilized in the same ways. Yeah you like they like on mid engine we did so that was always the thing was we built really he crazy unique cars And but made sure that they were always competitive at the same time and that was that was the challenge. Right it wasn't about an still isn't about building something exotic is about building something challenging. That's also competitive. Yeah 'cause you can go to catalog and you can order stuff all day long but I don't I think that's very fun. I like to build stuff from the ground up. So once was a tube chassis cars well or was there anything. That was actually cy on about that. A lot of it was I. I on the way the rules in formula drift. Are you have to use the factory. UNIBODY you have to use the factory front and Rear Cross members You can only modify certain areas of it so we table to turn the engine ninety degrees we modified in and made room for the Bell Housing and the transmission tunnel through the center of the car. And of course the drive train and wiring in cooling system and all that stuff but it was all imagine like building a sailboat bottle. But we're building a race car in like a UNIBODY. Yeah well I just just last week. I went to The Hyundai proving grounds and I drove there are m nineteen. Have you seen this. Get a picture of Zach. It's it's basically. I don't think I'm answering from today. Yes is it is. It's basically like a loss ter- DTM car but it's made engine rear wheel drive. They moved the entire front sub frame with the engine. Everything to the rear. Does it rain some sort of serious in the. They're not saying they're kind of like wink winging that they're going to build a mid engine car and this is sort of the the Dev car for it so it's got an extract gearbox in it and it's got the tea CR powertrain so it's three read an eighty horsepower. Four hundred pounds of Torque goes like a motherfucker. I mean it's it's it's quite fast and handles pretty good too And it was really fun and I got to drive it last last week. And it It was shockingly complete car air conditioning. It worked so that. That's a really cool bill. It was really really like that stuff. And whoever built that definitely had a huge Knowledge level of every aspect of a car in order to get the drive train and the suspension suspension in the body and the electrical. And like you said maybe the air conditioning and stuff to work so that in the back yard factory money my video up right now. I got my video review and I wrote about it for road and track. You can go see those things if you care but with the drift car when you go okay we're gonNA build a rear wheel drive Cihan here and we're GONNA use a NASCAR ask car engine and we're GonNa make it work and it'll be within the rules are you. Are you taking a A real kind of like smokey eunuch kind of Ah attitude towards the rule book. Are you like a rules are meant to be broken. SORTA guy or bent to be a bent if it were the car was totally made built in the grey a section of the rules. Yeah and especially with former especially at that time very thin rulebook But that yes. The answer's yes. It's more a question of like. Do you enjoy finding the the area between the notes. You know what I mean in the rulebook I wanNA make a car as competitive as possible And sometimes to make a car more competitive you have to push the edges of the rulebook and as long as you can in debate skillfully debate some argument. Why you're you what you're doing? It should be legal then. Typically it does get Get through at least for the first year. But we'd had several rulebook changes in the series that we've raced in that the rules were changed to close loopholes. Yeah and that happens the next year when they go they figured that out. Shit Yeah I. It's a bit of a compliment. But the the argument for For what we do is look. We're starting with the front wheel drive vehicle and converting it to really drive and competing against at that time. We Even now Dodge Vipers Chevrolet Corvette. You're still dating about that against that. Same Dodge Viper that all that poor old who've annette and riper still kicking around. So that's the challenge that we've had with having obscure cars. Yeah obscure in the in the scene that we're not you know. These are very popular hard. And that's the thing is. These cars are her ubiquitous on the road but their obscure in in the series that were competing in so it takes a lot of innovation to make them competitive with very very traditional racing car based cars that were racing against. So that's why we have to push the rulebook to the edge and that's the enjoyable part and I guess it comes all the way back. Goes all the back to front wheel drive. Drag racing is trying to make something competitive. That just shouldn't be and that's the challenge. That's the thing that I love if it was just ordering up a car and then getting the best driver and then kind of putting together what you think is going to go in and then go win without really interesting series. Because you know the tanner in that in that in that cy on I mean I think was. It was great when he when he wou he won the championship card. And he no. He.
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"Will drive tube chassis. I see drag race car. Came up with an idea of turning the engine ninety degrees so a two-day longitudinal and using a trans axle like what we would be in a Porsche Asia or like a doom bug in the front. Yeah and then what that allows Porsche type nine fifteen type gearbox or is it like some crazy sequential quench thick. It was a crazy sequential thing company called fourteen makes it they Baja type transactions for offroad vehicles and those that that doesn't look right at all. Turn the engine ninety degrees. It hung out farther. The engine hung out farther off the nose. Yeah and helped with more weight on the front tires. It also narrow the whole package and we're able to run longer. Better design suspension arms to have a better suspension on. The car is how. Yeah because like when you have a transverse engine you have all kinds of problems from turning radius to the side with the front wheels you can use to the length of your control arms and so you just free up. Likes a crazy amount of space. Wait so in this photo. It's a little cut off. The gearbox is mounted behind the engine or in front of the engine there behind right. It's the same as they have like. In the Audis Row K.. Or Subaru Right. where I right? There's an engine. And then the engine to the transmission the the rear end or call it. The differential is called behind the closet. Yeah and then the transmission is behind the axle. Okay glass very weird. Yup I actually got DEA. Walking around Sima Year probably nine hundred ninety nine and I was to look around. Never know we were going to be inspired and was looking under the hood of an Audi quattro and old Audi quattro and I was like Oh my God that configuration would work so well for drag racing and then started doing some research on different transactions that we could use and eventually found the guys in San Diego go for. Did you ever consider going for the full. All wheel drive there's considerations but the classes that were racing were front wheel drive and and like this modified class where would raise the back half. We'll drive cars yeah. It was hilarious. Because they'd have way more grip and launch. Yeah for hard. And then like the last three hundred feet of the quarter mile become screening by them like thirty miles an hour facile areas. Yeah so what it. What compels you to go so far in in front wheel drive in what is theoretically a class that it should be hard much harder to do that was just the challenge of it or you just love Hondas that much? It was the challenge. It was looked utha remember that I grew up. Non motorsports family didn't have the resources and the crew through that I was like my friends and like the culture that I was in it was a bit of an underdog deal like we were the front drag race. It's not the real dry. This four cylinder engines region's not the big V eight and so we were kind of like the underdogs and but those are typically the less expensive cars kind of to build. Are Those the cars that we happen to have. And we believe elite were blazing our own trail and motor sports doing this front wheel drive drag racing and that was just. That was our seen doing these racing sport compacts and the guys with their V8's and the guys with their mustangs were just they were doing something different and and we were having fun blazing a trail. Yeah so what you know you don't don't get to a I mean what's nine seconds and a four cylinder front wheel drive with nine hundred horsepower. Something like that. Yeah back then it was only about six hundred fifty. The cars were so light so this Karwi sixteen hundred and fifty pounds with me in it so everything was about if you have wait. Make sure it's in front of the front axle and that everything thing behind that is just GonNa slow you down so it was an interesting interesting science. That's so crazy. Yeah so okay so you built that car with your with with your body. Did you build it as a business. Enterprise at what point at what point does because that's a serious car. I mean it's you know it's a kind of car a hobbyist. Suppose could build. But that's you know that's the start of a business right when you're nineteen years old. You don't think that far ahead you know twenty years old so it was It was a passion project I was a few years out of high school and realized that I wanted to go into the motor sports scene and there were and maybe kinda still really aren't in here in the US. Very good schooling paths. If you're interested in motor sport I mean I always recommend the mechanical engineering hearing or something like that but I didn't have much guidance to trade type programs where you're learning the hands on engine repair any of those are those was the reason I ask is because I think I'm gonNA start working with this charity where we're GONNA do These sort of curated giveaway experiences Going to be like really like were you win. Really expensive cards can be awesome. But but as it's going to be to support this foundation. That sets up scholarships for people to go due to a variety like like the ten best mechanic schools like in the country. I think that's valid cause and I think if you want to work in the repair repair business or for a dealership or something like that that I have friends that make over a hundred thousand dollars working on you know Hondas and Toyotas and curricular cars so. It's absolutely a good job. I wanted to work in motorsports. I wanted to racing engines. I wanted to do that stuff so I took my college money and built Racecar and and the theory was that I'm GonNA learn more from this project and from this whole the whole building process so building cars not just physically working on it. It's sourcing parts is working with vendors. It's working with subcontractors uh-huh potentially sponsors in the future so this was starting a business which is a car but I honestly when I it was it was mostly a passion project With some hope. Hope that it could turn into some sort of business But it was it was all you know hopes and dreams and so we wanted to run nine hundred a quarter mile and we wanted to do it without any any stickers on the car any like product support because the idea was hopefully we could turn this into some sort of business Ah But unless we did it on our own and then hopefully got some like monetary sponsors then if we just put a bunch of stickers on the car that wouldn't help us as a business because he can't run the program on just part right so So once we got the car finished and went out there and ran nine signs and at the time. Okay let's set the stage for you guys a little bit. How take you to run nine? How many tries I think the second time to the track first or the second time that the track so we had already run in the mid ten okay so we had already known it kind of an idea of the formula? We need this much power. We need this tire at this weight. we we get close out of the box and then you find tune your way there within a couple of race weekends of within the first race weekend so pretty awesome the only stage so in nineteen ninety nine There was a lot of in one thousand nine. There's a big front wheel drive. Seeing you had the Super Street magazine magazine. Turbo magazine and I think maybe import tuner the homeowner was up culture of and there were street racers all over the US and there's just tons of there is a big seen going on such a big old white guys wrote a movie about it. They made a billion dollars and where people look at this information from would be like the magazines in Super Street would be the fastest from Dr Carin royal drive and all these everyone of these titles and but there was one title that was. It seemed like this crazy like barrier was the nine second front will drive quarter-mile. no-one had done that globally. And we wanted to be the first ones to do it and we built this car about six months or so brought it out to test day when no one around and actually ran a nine second quarter mile instead. We can't tell anybody. We actually went that quick though. It will believe so you know we wanted to do it in front of people. Yeah so and remember. This is before instagram. And and much of the web as we know it and caller reporter issue you a press release they the the first runs were filmed on vhs. Like over the shoulder hell yeah so We went out there and said you'll be tested a car. But we don't want to you know we didn't run off quick and so you had a friend of everybody's big Bali imports. We're able to run lines and it's this was his whole scene and because all of the media and everybody was at this battle. The imports event in Palmdale California. It really catapulted the team and I guess myself to the top level within the sport compact drag racing exceed. So did you instantly have a job already instantly have sponsors no. It took a little bit of a while to kind of ramp that up I had a buddy still buddy Frank Choi who ran the battle the imports events and he helped and held my hand and said look. This is what a proposal is and this is what you need to get some return on investment vestment for them and you should put on paper maybe the events you're GonNa do you know he helped me get some of my first sponsors and Because he was already working with sponsors authors with events right so easy to package it and bundle it or at least you know. Here's stuff and you meet this guy. And it was a partnership where he had these events and he wanted to get Outside the Los Angeles area and due events in the East Coast in Texas and Virginia And then I was going to be his headline show so people were finding what about this. Bow The imports. That was gonNA take place in At their local race track and the front will drive. Nine second car from seven Papadakis will be there and and that was a bit of the attraction so it was it was It was mutually beneficial for us to work together. That's awesome you're like bigfoot for drive cars for a little bit like bigfoot will be here you know. Come out to the truck expo thing but absolutely your huge name. Yeah it was. It was a thing because people had these cars and wanted to and that whole scene was picking up and everybody was dying for more information and the magazines and these events is where you would get that. When was the last time that car ran? You think in two thousand one thousand or two thousand one in a while. Yeah as a scary beast. We designed the lights go nine or eight seconds in front wheel drive drive cars at it. there's a lot going on so in that car. It was very analog so there was an end you can control system that was electronic but that only controlled the engine. It didn't help with the launching or anything like what so you mentioned in the name aim of gearbox but was it like a wild type of gearbox was also the first car. Yeah the one that at the Peterson that Honda Civic Honda prelude engine and transmission can early modified. Yeah but it's still used a clutch to shift so regular manual gearbox..
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"We have a legend in Studio Stefan. Papa Dacas if if you know about drag racing or if you know about drifting you have certainly heard the name drag racing and drifting are two of the more opposite motor sports In terms of cars anyway drag racing all about the numbers. It's all going in a straight line. It's about solving that math problem right in drifting it's kind of opposite everything's everything's a corner and even a corner when it's not a corner you gotta make corners where they don't exist and Stefan Papa. Doc Says Build Championship winning engines and Chassis Ashby's in both drag racing and drifting And some other sports as well The dude is a legend. And we're lucky to have in the show Stefan Papadakis on the tar. PODCAST right there is. Hey everybody smoked our podcast. Welcome on this Beautiful Monday evening I am. I hope y'all had a good Thanksgiving weekend I sat at home with my cats which was really nice and then we went to Benny Honner last night. there's a story there. It's not just been on it but We'll get that it later because Stephan Papadakis is a studio. Hello Sir what's up man. Welcome thank you. Thank you for like racing up here. in like fucking seriously record tie Doug Karston like twenty two minutes or something yeah. Let's quick yeah crazy. Yeah thanks yeah you know. It's you guys super for local and I know we're in the same Car Seen Down here. Yeah we haven't spent that much time together but I'm glad we could finally get together and hang out. I've only met you like twice but I've heard your name like for years and years and years and years. I mean going back to like Oh Gee Honda drag racing Because I was in the Subaru back in the day though some crossover so I want to talk about like I actually want to do more instead of our usual bullshit. Nothing show actually WanNa talk about like how you became you. So you're from New York originally originally born in New York I. I've lived in southern California since I've been for for for years old. I don't have much of the culture you should go back and visit. You could get some of that I I sure yeah. My Mom's side is from up there and a couple of aunts that still live in the city. So Yeah I've gotta get your fee. Yeah yeah all right cool. So what what sparked the car thing for you where needed start. Oh man so not ish. Sure exactly 'cause my my dad my mom or not so into cars and no one in the family was into racing just from a really young age I was playing with the normal thing hot wheel leg always build the cars Atalay goes and then I started getting into radio controlled. Cars are cars. There's really heavily. Did you ever do slot cars to or did you go straight to the RC cars straight to the RC. Cars cars were for real nerds like me I did slot cars yep the nerds also drove on road RC cars. I only offer it in the dirt. Oh yeah the the on-road ones you know whenever I go to Fontana you know when you go to the track there's the the RC car. Har Track the drive by and you see the guys pitched up with their tents and they're up on that very tall thing like The big bleachers controlling their those fast. Actually the crazy. They're real fast. Real fast fast with electricity right like nitromethane was really fast back in the day but it was finicky and now it's just probably screams because because of motors being motors. Yep so now with a new lifeboat technology in the end the brushless motors. The electric are super powerful. But even back when I was racing. RC cars. The cars were very sophisticated. Suspension adjustable giampetri inboard shocks and stuff. Right like cantilevered suspensions yet so you know me being being a when I was twelve thirteen years old working on these. RC cars and really going out and raising your. I was learning how to be mechanical on a car. Had to make sure that stuff doesn't fall off off learning lines learning how to deal with other racers A lot of stuff that I think really helped me get into the real motor sports scene once I was old enough to drive. Yeah what was your first car. I car with a ninety one. Honda CIVIC SL. Oh that's good. What year was that? That was ninety. Three okay so you're with forty two forty three forty okay. Great so you are. You're a little older than me. I'm I just turned thirty eight so we like the same same kind of era for Cars Right so did you lust after that ninety one civic sl or did you fall into that civic sl. When I was fourteen years old I wanted a Mustang or Camaro? Because that's what was is the faster car. Look Kinda cool. You know within Iraq Dude. I was a diehard Fox body Super Fox body but my I had a Honda Homey to he was always getting that those weird parts from Japan. So that was that was the scene and when when I had some friends in the RC car seen around fifteen years old and they were into the Honda deals. They had Honda Civic. CRX PRELUDE A couple of other guys at Volkswagen's and random that the RC. People ended up in import cars and not in the muscle car seen or do you think there's a coincidence. There were some guys in the muscle car seats for sure this is an old mustang. And like an old datsun truck with like a small mall block Chevy so it was everything But for some reason I gravitated towards maybe the Honda stuff because the guys that were younger I was fifteen. But the guys that were seventeen eighteen and had the hondas not the old muscle. And when I realized that you can modify these Hondas or these these import cars or whatever real cars are is the same way you can modify the RC cars. I wasn't into the RC. Car Stephanie. More totally transitioned into the into the preliminary results. Change your suspensions and whatever and you end up in with similar are kind of results in the real cars as you wouldn't RC. Cars right totally. And when I was sixteen years old I was not about to get a muscle car or Camaro or a Mustang for my first car and my family but a Honda civic sure seemed like a reliable transportation. Little League parents know that people were modifying. I'm going to the street races crazy stuff with those cars. There was When the W like a little younger than you were the wrx I came out? It's when Pe- a couple of those kids could sneak those in under their parents. Oh Subaru all wheel drive mom or like and some of the more well off kids. They their parents didn't know what Audi s force were. Oh ask for like safety or something right like they didn't understand that like you're almost guaranteed a smash be five S.. Four into a telephone pole. If you start with so I. I had similar story but I wasn't crash in the car I had there was broken. Axles and BR Clutch was worn out. And then I transitioned to start grinding being. Because I'm speed shifting. It also does not reliable anymore need to get all the repairs done on my car liable car. That's always broken way. So you were you into 'cause I mean you're in you're like you know in your stats a lot of your early like Whoa Shit moments. Were drag racing related. Did you intentionally go. I'm going to get Honda and I'm GonNa go drag racing with it or did that just sort of happen on its own now. Know happened on his own organically through the scene. That was here in in southern California. I was actually really into the road racing stuff I was really into the off road racing truck like Mickey Thompson and such like that back then because that's what I was racing with the RC cars. But I didn't have the resources to go race at the racetrack with and what they were doing on. The street here was street racing. Sometimes we'd go up to the canyons canyons and go race around in the canyons and such what was the ninety scene like in the canyons was act. Was it cool. So in the ninety s seen in the canyons was just my my buddies and myself cruising around wasn't racing per se setting up like a street race. It was going out and just going faster the canyons. Because you heard about these fucking lunatics from like the seventies and eighties right who would actually race like on Mulholland and stuff like that. I heard there's always this crazy portion nine six four. That was like six hundred horsepower. Talking about what we've done the story on like the Mulholland back in the fifties and sixties is really big and then even Calabasas area like when INCORP was in high school like people go up and just time each other or race wheel the wheel like up and down certain parts of yeah of Malibu including like Jerry gentlemen who it was like in his forty s but ran a Miata with three degrees of cameras or something like that I. I've heard another story about some guy with crazy air cooled porsche. That could run on under two minutes up the snake or whatever you know whatever. The time was. Yeah wasn't Malibu or Angeles forest for you guys where you are driving around and I I was from Orange County so it was more. The Orange County's places Carbon Canyon. We'd go out to or take a highway. That's a little bit higher speed deal. Ortega highway is good gluck or likes this road road just off of Ortega highway sort of off the east end of it that supposedly very nice and very quiet. Yes so we had a lot of fun there but the real scene was was in the drag racing scene. Because that's where the clubs would all go to hang out and that's where when you meet your car quicker you could go grudge match somebody somebody and that's where you would get props in you would get kind of known. Yeah there was more way more of a scene there and so you started racing this car breaking it a lot presumably fixing it doing it again eventually. You cited probably right. I need a full race car and taught not to drive this thing around around pretty soon after I got my license They opened up Terminal Island raceway in Long Beach California and it was the mold street. Racer guys is a big willie and his whole crew and they wanted to get the street raises and bring them to the real track and they did a good job of you know finally opening up a quarter mile here locally. It was ten dollars to get in a race ace. Br the The tech inspection was very lenient. And we would go there and now could get actual times like mccaren fourteen second quarter mile or whatever whatever and make changes to our change. My driving and I can see how that was Improve or whatever and then that's when I really started getting into the actually the race track racing the road courses now the race track on the quarterback. Okay out. Yeah it was all just quarter-mile stuff. At that time. There was no as it wasn't just kind of like a chill spot the test as opposed to going out to Fontana or or or like a real track or is it a real drag strip so it.
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"The health insurance industry. So then how will that affect personal the personalized treatment that we all so long for that? We used to have. Well, personalized treatment is going to become a buzz word, if it hasn't already that's gonna mean something differently that I think is baby boomers think and personalized treatment in the future is going to be more in terms of giving specific therapies based on your genetic makeup. But the hope that you have more time and more personalized care. I think that unfortunately, I'm not happy about this is going to be less and less possible because of the economic pressures. That is expensive care. The personalized kind of care that you, and I remember cost a lot of money and no one right now wants to pay for it anymore. All right. We've given often short shrift to mental health behavioral disorder, which is a big part of health problems. I think we pay a lot of his injure our body. What about our mind? How's that going to change? Well, again, the baby boomers as we get to sixty five and over dementia becomes a much bigger problem. And I think that with the drug problems we have the opioid issues in the underlying use of drugs that are not prescribed the people using them on their own the increasing age, I think that mental and behavioral disorders are going to receive a much bigger fraction of healthcare spending. I think they're being more diagnosed so the more they're diagnosed the more they're going to be addressed and traded. All right. A lot of things going on in the world of healthcare. You can hear them for some of the changes and his disdain for some of the other changes. I guess that. That's I think it's the first time we've done an end of the year. Look preview ahead and all the years you've been doing the program has been this comprehensive. Thank you. I can house with duct. Stephan on good day l..
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"A J B program. Doug Stephan, lower, Victoria, given categories absent today, and I don't have a note from her teacher. So I'm not sure what the situation is will get to the bottom of it sooner. Rather than later. Meanwhile, victorious here to lead us in the best way possible, you're leading us. You're in charge of information. The IQ information quotient is on your side, Victoria. Well, the UN has issued its human development index with an update which measures how countries are doing as far as education and health and the economy, and unfortunately, the US dropped eight slots since two thousand ten now we are number thirteen in the world, Norway, Switzerland and Australia are the top three the index shows that on average the world's development has improved over the years, which is good people are living longer. They're more educated and earning more money. But for some reason, the US just keep slipping the bottom performers in this year's updated report are countries that are in constant conflict, like south, Sudan, and Chad. And that's not surprising. This year damage the reports researchers say people around the world don't want to be wealthy. They actually just want to be happy. And so in this new update, they said happiness has something to do with being able to look after your children guarantee them in education. It's knowing that in your old age, you're not gonna live in destitution. And those are apparently the really big factors for people around the world. It's not really just the economy or money. Well, I I don't think the average American would tell you he or she thought they would be destitute when they get older..
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"It's, the DJ program, Doug Stephan Jennifer horn Victoria Keenan Carey show and we get. To the trending story with Jennifer new second I'm just doing some research online trying to figure out What what I, saw I, can't continue, what, what happens when, something shows up and you click on it and nothing happens. This is the story was about women with big butts Starting the hour with women with. Big butts are smarter and healthier according to this study It. Sounds like that on Facebook and it doesn't it just comes up. And then goes away Real article it's probably I don't know. Some kind of a sham on your computer No no it's. On a cycle run wonder dot com that's that's not that that doesn't Exactly along with. My point Really Yeah no, one no one thinks of what's it called run. Wonder. Yes, yeah no one knowing quotes that. Freddie, oh I saw this article on. Run, yes it's very. Legit What was on run wonder today the woman who, posted it somebody actually I don't know. I know her through another friend kid is that you can you, can post anyone can post any article from any blog from anywhere and then anyone else can share it and then, you see it and. You, think it's, a legitimate article but it's not just be from. Anywhere. Ever, like I could have written that. Yesterday, and put it on my blog. Run, wonders dot com Right and then I could have posted, it could have been shared by someone else and now you could be seeing and it's totally made up stuff by, me sums it up Thank let's that song that goes I like big butts who's who, that that the Right exactly all right well? Let's, get to the other big news of the hour what do we. Have Jennifer well I think the trending story is the weather. Along the east coast how many days in a, row have you all had rain we've had. Rain, for four. Days in a row another thirteen. In the forecast and the forecast yeah that's right Well, the lovely alert on the west coast is to turn. Off all your lights that's? What, they're telling California this week for the entire week California's power grid. Operators issued an alert homes and businesses to conserve electricity a. Week wide week long as heatwave is expected to, blanket the state it's the ISO the California. Independent, system operator They said that it's issued a so-called flexed alert due to high temperatures across the western United States reduced electricity imports into the state tightened.
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"And turn on doug stephan presenting the djba experience with the ladies of the day jennifer actually is not here she did the larry elder i figured out what was going on she larry elder's national program last night and it pooped her out to pooped to pop vary elder is a an experienced season broadcaster he and i work together kabc in the ninety s good guy and he good broadcaster and he happens to be managed by jennifer's father collusion and the family business as it were so here we are carry akiva kerry schilling doug stephan to present some more factoid things going on in the world jennifer what are you jennifer hello doug so used to i do they now have the hour by hour so i'm used to going okay jennifer ending here victoria you're turning into the wheel well i know we were all very very concerned when i hop changed its name to with a b rest assured they are now i hop once again they sent out a tweet saying we're giving away sixty cents short stacks on july seventeenth from seven am to seven pm for i hops sixtieth birthday that's right i hop we'd never turn our back on pancakes and then in parentheses it says except for that time we faked it to promote our new burgers admitted it was all just fakers yup so once again thank you the girl that jumped in with sharks tiger shark tank so stupid this is this is really dumb story katerina's is their roots ski is she was floating in the ocean and off the bahamas standard okay and she suddenly felt her arm being yanked down she's nineteen years old she's a nursing student and instagram model from laguna beach california she'd been swimming with nurse sharks when one of them decided to take a chunk out of her arm and started to drag her underwater her boyfriend's father was there and her boyfriend was there for some reason the father started taking photos of the attack instead of actually jumping in and saving but hey that's the world we live in and so it was a five foot long nurse shark and i don't know a nurse nurse sharks it's it's a it's a type of shark they're very they're usually very gentle mill well i don't know about medicinal but they're just they're gentle they're not very big if they kind of hang out a lot around tourist boats these are the types of sharks if you go on a shark dive with a group and a guide these are the types of sharks that they'll take you to go and feed by hand and things like that they're known to be pretty gentle however they're still a shark and they still have shark as a shark they have all the same teeth at all the other sharks have and in the pictures that this guy took of this girl getting attacked there are almost every shark in the picture has a baby shark attached to it how stupid do you have to be and this girl says she was not with a group she was not with a guide she felt comfortable because she was a surfer from laguna beach that she jumped in the water and just hang out with the sharks so she says unlucky i still have an arm you're so lucky you still breathing there babe well the guy who owns the marina says that you know he goes well yeah people they're they're generally quite docile but they can do bite people occasionally he said normally when they mistake a hand or fingers it's for a piece of food so he's basically saying like yeah you know don't jump in the water unless you have an experienced guide with you because what they do is they have chum to feed the sharks so if a shark thinks that your arm is a food then you know they can distract it a guide properly can distract it with other actual food stop for this lady is alligator alley during roller derby rolling around bike riding with the alligators and our next stop not too much in the brain department interesting i saw an overview of what goes on in our brain if we are putting stimulants into our brain you know basically well.
"stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Conversation hi doug stephan here presenting jennifer horn victoria keelan who both have trending items for us so where we started alphabetically but c h jk so horn comes first jennifer did you count on your fingers on that one i got my toes in my fingers involved in that whole deal yes thank you toria right so general what you have is trending well i have teenage soccer team who is trapped in this cave system in northern thailand they are in this cave and they'll be there for a while they're almost a collaborator underground officials coordinating coordinating the rescue said that they won't attempt to even move in on them until sometime later in the week the new video was released by the tiny steals and it shows the boys wrapped in foil blankets for warmth and they speak up one by one they're all in good health they're all talking they're even some smiles said between the kids they introduced themselves they say i'm healthy wants his thank you to everyone who is waiting for their rescue there have been several solutions that have been considered since the team was found huddled in this cavern on monday night rescuers are working on a plan to evacuate the boys who are aged eleven to sixteen and they have a twenty five year old coach with them the problem is that the tunnels that they're stuck in are very narrow and they are flooded there are some solutions that say they may actually have to learn how to dive and where full face diving masks there was a press conference this week in which the governor said it would be difficult to bring them out he said he didn't want to provide an estimate on when they could be brought out and actually reunited with their families but he did say that everyone is working hard to look for the best in the safest solution to keep the boys spirits up at thirties are attempting to set up phone lines in side the cave so that they can talk to their parents and have a connection to the outside world however so far attempts to install the cables have been unsuccessful can we back up here little bit how so they went into this cave supposedly on what prompting there was no water in the cave apparently when they first went in right how did they get in their heads this would be a cool thing to do do we have an outing with their coach there was a planned out yeah this cave on saturday yeah and and it just obviously went horribly awry but the thing is up and like you said doug they didn't wade through water that we know of or at least if they did it wasn't a lot of water so at some point the tied to oh it is i knew it was there was a downpour but i thought maybe the tide had something to do with this as well wow in a couple of times that they've tried to lower the level of the water but how do they they don't have any masks they don't have oxygen tanks food how much food they got or can they get more food can really the prolonged until the water level goes down the professionals like the military and the officials the the law that is there is supposed to be diving in supplies to them to it's the problem is is that these boys because there are eleven to sixteen a lot of them don't know how to dive and so they're trying to figure out logistically how to safely get them out of there because that would be the tragedy if they were safe inside this cave and then on the rescue that's when something went down yeah quite a drama okay victoria what are you have this trending well some sad drama and some sad news for tina turner her firstborn son craig turner has died of an apparent suicide in his studio city california home he was found there by the police then autopsy is pending he worked in real estate he was tina turner's firstborn son he was born when she was eighteen and she was not married to but she was with a saxophonist at the timing raymond hill that's his father and then craig was adopted by turner when they got married in nineteen sixty two he apparently was with tina throughout all the horrible physical abuse implemented by turner i years the ike years yeah and so tina after the fact had had talked about craig and said he was a very emotional kid and obviously from what he saw his mother going through.
"stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"To you where on it this the dj show i'm doug stephan presenting general hornet victoria keelan happy to have you enjoying the day making it a good day there are a lot of things that people are talking about as is the case every day it's a fascinating way to make a living it's not a great way to make a lot of money anymore but it's fascinating way to to get into people's heads and understand motivation which is something that's always intrigued me so and i look around at all of the discussion about here's the headline supreme court guts labor movement you know how stupid that headline is this is something i actually worked on when i was a teacher i belonged to six unions in my life how many victoria you've belong to one or two how many of you belong to sag after that's it yeah jennifer youtube any other hanging after a screen actors guild after the unions that we belong to as public i was going to say public employees but visible performers i belong to after and sang for a long time i belong to the in order to to be on the air when i was a kid i had to belong to the electrical workers union because running engineer troll gord yeah i was allowed to near and on the air and i had a bunch of that i belong to the teacher's union when i was teaching school and that brought me around to understanding this whole business about public sector unions so this court this week has said they'd government workers who are represented by a union but don't want to join don't have to pay to cover the costs of the collective bargaining can i get the argument on both sides frankly if we're going to benefit you by negotiating auto pay dues 'cause you're better off i do too but the other side of it is that i have i had to join at first i didn't join the teacher's union and i was told by the older teachers who were there that if i didn't i would be ostracized and i didn't want to be ostracized so i ended up joining union and then i became the building rep it's one was like a fast shuffle so i was the union goon in the school and so i did express concern about paying for something it was it was called then and his call now the fair share the fee that we deserve to have because we have worked on your behalf so i didn't ask you to work on my behalf everybody has to get paid the same thing you know so we go along for the ride but this has been a big issue and it's getting bigger and bigger and bigger and now i guess they hinged their vote on free speech i don't quite get that i'll tell you why because while the unions of old i think had a real place because people couldn't afford their own attorneys they couldn't afford to do their own bargaining not everybody could have representation right to to make the best agreement for themselves to labor unions were effective however what's happened in the last probably twenty twenty five years is that unions have gone from really serving their members to becoming very big political bodies and they're acting is kind of the ultimate super pac where they use a lot of the money that comes to them from their dues from their union members and they use it to get behind candidates or to get behind issues and they use a politically so i actually know the woman who started this case her name's rebecca fredericks and she's from california.
"stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"On the dj v show doug stephan presents jennifer horn happily in victoria keelan they set up this meeting and things went from there so kind of behind the scenes the daily mail reporting now that maybe the reason these two actually were able to get together and bring south korea in who of course president moon was such an integral part of making this meeting happen that it really could have been avon diplomacy made this work a little confused so i think i hear you're saying is that he vodka met with somebody from the south korean king la is this south korean foreign minister and she ivanka struck up a friendship with him during the winter olympics and so they started talking about the possibility of this meeting they kept talking talking talking they rekindled their friendship and then they were able to encourage president moon to get involved and and apparently they even had a secret meeting in march to try to fill facilitate this even before president trump got rid of x tillerson rex tillerson was forced into having these conversations because of the work of ivanka trump.
"stephan" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"Does michael harrison doug stephan on the air with the stories the chart from talkers for the week of may fourteenth to the eighteenth twenty eighteen we've been discussing many of the serious elements of the countdown the stories that are in the countdown and we also as we often do talk about some of the ancillary figures and programs that are there to help entertain and inform you and as the world changes there are many things that are reflective of that they'd get onto the air sometimes or general interest program sometimes they're a themed programmes kim commando for the weekend and i look around at some of the new ideas stimulating people i see something at talkers dot com about a show called the cannabis connection i guess i'll say i thinking of the way you set this up new ideas that stimulate people yeah well there you go cannabis is a great topic i mean yes you as a farmer people may not know doug is also a a thought leader in the community of family farmers and he's a passionate farmer in addition to his broadcast career and yet cannabis is a tremendous subject not just from a standpoint of agriculture look at the opportunities there but for commerce taxes medical applications big topic big part of the current discussion and i'm not surprised there are shows about it i'm the social revolution that we have enjoyed in our country in our lifetime i'm remembering back to when one of the first talkers convention fellow who is trying to host i don't even know where it is now i became friends with them for a while and i appeared on this program we try to help him as a gay guy from cleveland who did a show on the gay lifestyle i don't remember his name you may his name was buck something buck.
"stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"On the doug stephan presentation known as the j jv show d for doug j for jennifer avi for victoria jan jan is off so victoria keven is in charge of trendy stories cara is gonna listen intently gonna listen intently and here we go actually this is pretty fascinating stuff with the golden state killer what's the story behind the story well there's some more stuff coming out as to how thirties broke this forty year case this is this is had gone completely cold and it turns out it's dna evidence that they had linked from one of the murders to information that they got from a consumer genealogical website now of course those big websites ancestry dot com twenty three and me heritage dot com those are all the sites that that people i know you've done it doug i've done in my family's done it yet so the interesting thing is no one's really saying which company gave up the dna that helped them match it to this serial killer and private companies have they've all alerted customers saying that you know you have potential matches and then they need your permission to move forward so they're thinking that maybe would be good for business a business now now ancestry twentythree me and my heritage of all denied that law enforcement officials reached out to them but someone must have given them the dna because what they i want i'm seeing apparently there's another website called ged match that they were able to find a near match with i've never heard of that before but i never heard of that one either like that's where the match came from but what they're saying that it's interesting is it allowed them by having that dna match it allowed them to eliminate.
"stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"You and a half the hour on tuesday the seventeenth of april i'm doug stephan with jennifer horn victoria cuban carroll schilling with a spin on the days spin on the hour well let's put victoria spin is we get started stand up and be counted victoria okay well in the world of trending items on twitter the hash tag better business bureau is trending that's not something that you see i've never actually seen that but it turns out there's a pretty good reason for it they issued a warning yesterday saying that people really need to be very very careful where they're donating money in the wake of tragedies and go fund me pages and apparently the humboldt broncos the canadian junior hockey team that had that horrific bus crash the official go fund me page has raised now twelve million dollars and so but there are other pages claiming to be related to the humboldt broncos and it turns out they're completely fake pages and the people behind them have no intention of donating the money and so unfortunately these pages are not regulated by any governing body and so the better business bureau is kind of it's fallen into their lap because people are complaining to them that they're giving donations and it turns out to not be a legitimate thing so they issued some guidelines at giving an example that any any charity in canada has to be registered with the canadian bureau of charities so you can look that up but they basically want you to do a little more homework before you just click donate and in times of emotional issues like this people are so generous and and the best of america of of know human spirit comes out but they're just saying pump the brakes a little bit before you put your cash in there because you just don't know hey it's great advice there are a lot of the there's so many scams if you go to scam aside dot com scam aside dot com before you give to any unless you know really know well what the.
"stephan" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Tip susan tactics in that area so great things the thing about fire nation when you're looking to build a sustainable business but stephan it wasn't always just like you know what i'm going to launch of business i'm going to become an issue expert on when a crush it like you had your struggles as well so take us to will you consider your biggest struggles that being your worst entrepreneurial moment to date tell us that story okay so when i was starting out i didn't have any funding and i didn't really know what i was doing i was on a roll newbie studying for a ph d in biochemistry and i had no business classes no marketing classes i i was just winging it so i dropped out of my ph d i stuck around long enough to get a master's but the i just just kinda flying blind terror so i talk to my way into a conference this was the nineteen ninety five on it was how to market on the internet that was the name of the conference's run by a queue pc and i talked my way in two thousand and some dollar conference i didn't have the money for i i came in as a volunteer i was the gave me the job of being the mic runner so i was walking around with the my you know for q in a portions of these different panel sessions and so forth and what i i i was really a cheeky 24yearold.