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Fresh update on "tanner" discussed on CBS Sports Radio
"One abs over the King's tapes in the car have scored for the Avalanche. Sean Walker scored for the L. A Kings that's all defenseman scoring goals in this hockey game. Dallenbach. I'm Connor McGee. He inside the cage inside Ball Arena downtown Denver, Colorado. Steve Nelson, Mark Burton. Only Mark Springer. Dan Tanner Back in our NHL Tonight Studios, which are next to the NBA Tonight Studios, which you're next to the MLS Tonight, Studios as we have a triple header on going with the Nuggets, Rapids and these Colorado Avalanche, all in action at the exact same time how everyone started at eight P.m. Mountain time. I have no idea but because our crew is the best In the sports business. They make it happen. Three simultaneous broadcasts on not only do they do it, they do it. Well. Check the side. Kings will send it up and out of the zone. We get another whistle. Five. Always seven to go in period. One hits already or nine of peace. Handsome King's truly hard hits are brought to you by truly hard seltzer reminds you to live truly. And please drink responsibly. So Vegas up to nothing over ST Louis, Minnesota has won in overtime. Unbelievable. They can never do it in regulation. It's always over time with the Minnesota Wild So for the moment they have back over the avalanche in.
Fresh update on "tanner" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Real estate donations sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red and now to Christiane. At the half in Indianapolis, the Washington Wizards leading the Indiana Pacers, 63 to 62 Russell Westbrook sitting one triple double shy of tying or Oscar Robertson for the most in NBA history. He's on his way with 15 points, seven rebounds and seven assists. Bradley Beal leading the Wiz scoring wise with 26 points. Midway through the second period in D. C. The Washington Capitals and photo. Few flyers scoreless Craig Anderson and net tonight for the Caps. The Washington Nationals took a tough loss this evening up in the Bronx against the New York Yankees. 423 the final in 11 innings. Now the Nats jumped out to a one. Nothing lead in the third when Yankee starter Cory Clubber walked one soda with the bases loaded. The Yankees got it right back, though, tied it up in the bottom half when Kyle Higashio Ca homered off Max Scherzer hoops pitched splendidly and he finished the game with 14 strikeouts. Now fast forward to the bottom of the ninth. Nats lead 2 to 1, but Brad hand blew the save up. Oh, and then the 11th inning. It was Tanner Rainey, who took the L. D. C united also with a loss on this Saturday as it was the Columbus Crew with a 3 to 1 victory over D. C. I'm Christiane. W T o p Sports coming up after traffic and weather. Local police are looking for a missing two month old baby. It's 8 17 Get in the ring with Bette MGM and you can win $100 for a $1 wager on the championship boxing showdown between Canelo Alvarez and Billy Joe Saunders.
Preds Get 3 in 1st, Beat Lightning 7-2 to End Season Series
"The Nashville predators are the hottest team in the NHL and they showed why beating the defending Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning seven the two Viktor Arvidsson scored his ninth and tenth goals of the season captain Roman Josi added three points rookie repent like up the first two points of his young career and the pride of oxbow scheduling Tanner gyno tallied his first career NHL goal in just his third NHL game the partners are ridiculous thirteen three you know since March fourteenth I'm Jim McCaig over
Washington Wizards stun NBA-best Utah Jazz
"Make no mistake. I didn't see this coming. A wizard's ended their five game losing streak by beating the Utah Jazz won 31 1 22 and a coach Scott Brooks explains. I thought we started the game with the really good defense of disposition. I know way we talk about it. But tonight I mean, we're playing against the best team in basketball. I think you are. On Tanner's were up, but we got to do that every night and
Hispanic Business at PepsiCo with Esperanza Teasdale
"Let's talk about the professional path and You are now the vp gm of the hispanic business unit for pepsico. What was your path to get there. Yeah i am studied engineering for college. So i was math and science person in high school and my physics teacher mr adrian nouvelle who actually was so important to my life that he came to my wedding by way and kind of steered me into the space helped me with College application letters recommendation. And so i studied engineering before. You're so i've been in a manufacturing environment for awhile. Bump steel toed shoes uniform union arment. And that's really where i started my career At the same time my company was so gracious that They paid for my mba. So i went to Uconn in stamford connecticut to take classes at night and really got more exposed to concepts of business management marketing research and just really loved it and so then when i asked for a new gig they said finance or sales and unlike okay sales and sales and all i need to go into marketing because marketing guides what we're doing in sales and i think they could do a better job and so i was lucky that my General manager at the time created a job and that was that was the beginning of my marketing career. So very classically trained at unilever and then pepsi around marketing from like you know the analysts all the way through up till now you know a vp gm. Which i'm really proud and excited about and And yeah i feel like i'm in a really great role. Right can make a big impact on the careers of our of our folks drive to mercy inclusion and drive the business results faster than general market because the population is growing so quick so and There's just so many things that are benefiting from being in this role that That i'm really grateful about. But that's kind of the the journey really. It was not linear at all Did not start off wanting to and marketing that side of my brain and that analytical process orientation i think does just a market yeah i think increasing edge to a home maybe ten years ago when you made the original switch i think today it's much more analytically rigorous than it has been in the past But yeah no. That's that's phenomenal. And i've had a few folks on the show. That have transitioned from engineer to sales marketing. And it's it's funny the way you went through that transition in how you described it because a few of them have described it similarly meaning they. They went from engineering the sales and then they realized my words not yours. How bad marketing screws it up. And they need to go help marketing. Try to figure that out because it it comes down to the sales folks at some level whether their marketing is getting it right or not so. It's an interesting learning curve and A pathway that. I've heard before. So what would what drove what drove the creation of the hispanic business unit. And how are you guys thinking about like measuring success. That's a that's a big scene seemingly to me as an outsider like it seems like a big big thing like a big shift in how you're organized. Yeah this was created. I believe in twenty eighteen by out. Carrie who at the time was still pepsi. Co when of are really incredible leaders kirk. Tanner who's our ceo and My current boss. Greg lyons our cmo and they just really realize that you know the hispanic Business is untapped potential and if we have a fixed mindset about it and we're not going to capture that growth and So what's the do different because in the past. Yeah we had a multicultural team. That definitely had A role but didn't necessarily have ownership and so the do different had to be to create an organization that was dedicated to this and have the right resources. And that's what they did and And it's been pretty successful. Ever since the the key measures to the other question you had really is around. Hey can we help grow faster with hispanic consumer than the general market. Can we help build equity with this fan of consumer and And those are some key metrics we look at and so far. We've we've been We've been pretty pretty successful doing that.
NFL Week 11 injuries
"Let's talk about the injury report that has come out. Like i said this injury report is only two days old. It's not all three days But what is looking like alamar. Pet did not participate because of Concussion protocol tanner. Hudson has been not participating due to an a a non injury related incident others actually tweet out by mark cook. Apparently tenor had lost his father earlier this week. So that is apparently what is going on with him. So our condolences to tanner and the hudson family out there. thoughts and prayers and good vibes with you guys out there and We'll see you back real soon. Rob gronkowski also did not participate. But that looks like that was just a veterans day. Type situation That he took and then jp was limited with a knee but he's been limited something all your long. He'll be fine to go so it doesn't look like we have much on the report for the tampa bay buccaneers out outside the alley marquette situation to monitor. Yeah exactly everyone. Everyone's fine everyone be there. Everyone's been upgraded to even limited. You know has been upgraded to full participation. The people that are not precipitation our veterans or unfortunately for ten or hudson family matter You know in. so yeah. We're we're we're. We have a lot of guys on the list but besides alley we're full go and yet the rams they only have one person really on their on their oh week eleven or ten and have one guy on your frigging injury report. Brian allen is he. He's an offensive. Lineman is he one of their main guys. I don't know linebacker. i read around. Their offense of line is what he's listed as. I don't know i didn't even care. I was so disgusted. I look it up these starter. What oh so disgusted
Texas inmates paid $2 an hour to move COVID-19 victims' bodies
"Of Inmates loading the bodies of coronavirus patients into mobile morgues have caused an outcry for change in that community. With the outbreak of covert cases in El Paso piling up and the resource is dwindling, El Paso County Judge recorders summon Diego decided to use county inmates to load the bodies of coronavirus patients and two mobile morgues. And now he wants the Texas National Guard to take over. It has not been confirmed that they would be able T take over the demand that we have at this point in time. We have to look at where we were gonna end up and right now it's getting critical as spokesperson for the El Paso County Sheriff's Office said the inmates were volunteer trustees who were being paid $2 an hour and had full PPE while on the job. I'm Tanner Carlson,
South Carolina fires football coach Will Muschamp
"South Carolina has fired football coach will Muschamp the second time he's been let go by an SEC school in mid season athletic director ray Tanner said first year offensive coordinator and former Colorado state head coach Mike bobo will take over as interim coach the forty nine year old must champ had four years remaining on his contract his buyout from the schools thirteen point two million dollars the Gamecocks are two one five and lost a third straight game fifty nine forty two at Ole miss on Saturday night I'm Dave Ferrie
Here's when new movies will air
"A film with two pretty big stars in it. Yes. Let him go with Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. You know, Kitty with the movie awards season, right around the corner. I sure hope that let him go becomes at least part of the awards conversation. Because it really is that good. Just based on the dynamic performances from Leeds stars Diane Lane and Kevin Costner, but Lesley Manville and Jeffrey Donovan shine to really the entire cast lights up this family revenge thriller that finds Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. Squaring off against the lawless family known as the wee Boys who live off the grid in the Dakotas and the three brothers were ruled by their vindictive mother, Lesley Manville, and one of the guys Will. Britain is married to their daughter in law and is abusing her and their grandson. Well, when Lane and Costner try to rescue them, But we boys start threatening them, and that gets Lane and Costner really fired up. You know, it's such a simple but dramatic story and just so very well done. And here's the other thing. Kitty. Aside from tenant, and maybe Russell Kroll's movie unhinge its the biggest movie opening directly in theaters you don't because most everything has been streaming and had limited release, And so it'll be interesting to see how big a draw Diane Lane and Kevin Costner are for theaters this weekend and beyond. But I'll tell you, you can't go wrong with this good, old fashioned Western tinged thriller. So I'm given. Let him go. Four out of four stars. Excellent. Okay. Wow. High ratings. And then what? We got a couple of two or three other ones. Maybe you could just go over. There was real quickly for a teen coming of age drama called 18 to party, and it's set in 1984 stars. Tanner Flood for Moonrise Kingdom in the Leiva Clark of TV's draft bill. I like that. I'm giving you three out of four stars and another revenge thriller called True to The Game, too. With Erica Peoples and Vivica Fox and Faith Evans. I'm giving it 3.5 out of four stars really like that one. And then there's a Swedish psychological horror film called Koko de Coco Dog, and It's just weird, but I couldn't turn away from it. Not a big recommendation. I didn't love it didn't hate it. So I'm giving it to out of four stars. But you
The Pros and Cons of Selling Seasonal Products Online
"So we, we have an interesting topic for today I thought would be fun to to bounce back and forth. That's why we wanted to do A. Dual podcast today because I think there'll be some different opinions and it's kind of the right time of year to be talking about this, and also because we're GONNA be talking about seasonal products if you're. Thinking about doing seasonal price your way too late but there's certainly a lot of seasonal type products that are going to be selling very well in the coming weeks things like Halloween, costumes and Christmas lights or Minora's or New Year's goggles or whatever it might be. Thought. This would be a good time to just chat about that. Yeah absolutely and We've been rolling out a new feature every week through email, which is basically unveiling Amazon's biggest trending keywords. We look at keyword sort of moved up and down the most in the last week. So every week we email out the top keywords. So it kind of lends well to that new series that we have going through re-conquer to, and through this search keyword analysis, he really sees some trending keywords which often correlate seasonality. So looking at this week's not. A lot of seasonal products definitely one here, Sakai decorations I have no idea what right have no idea what succo? Suka. Decorations were I guess at some Jewish holidays far as I know never heard of it. Yeah. But anyways, it's one of the top keywords on Amazon right now. So if you had SUKA decorations, you're probably killing it radio interesting. Yeah. The one last week that really blew me away was the spike him stuff I'm like, why is that such a big thing? All the site did you figure that out? No have no idea I would think. That'd be something that would be more popular when people are traveling or people being paranoid about spy Cam, and actually different of ours is in front of the podcast. Allen sells these types of things and also the types of things the discover spy equipment, but y all of a sudden. Last week I have no idea. Yeah. Wonder if it had anything to do with kids going back to school and people are spying on teachers in some regard or like although I don't know how you stick in like a camera to school. But I would think that there has to be some correlation there to school and kids being away from home. That's just my feeling but I could be completely wrong I. I would love to know why spy cams are so hot right now. You know it's interesting. But as you ask Alan will actually I didn't even think to do that when I when I saw that. But now that we mentioned it, I'll definitely do that because I'm interested. But I mean seasonal products come with with some challenges and there's different types of seasonal products and weep sell some seasonal products with ice wraps I mean they're definitely more popular in the summer as people are more active and so our sales in July or way higher than they are in December, and so it's definitely a seasonal product and it's very predictable and there's other types of seasonal products, things like Christmas lights that are. A lot more accelerator binary I mean try selling Christmas lights in July you might have some struggles and so basically for six weeks around the Christmas holiday Christmas lights like crazy and then you're opportunities over. So when we talk about seasonal price a commune, a couple of different things. Yeah. Well, I think every product has some seasonality to no matter what even the least seasonal. PRODUC probably around the holiday time around Christmas and November they're going to see a huge surge in the product. So it doesn't matter if it's an everyday item like a garlic press, it's probably going to see a huge surge in November December just because of the holiday buying season. So every product has some degree of season to it where you have certain months of the year. Where you get more sales than others but obviously, like you mentioned, there are super products things which normally relate to holidays in some regard for us we had I guess somewhere in between kind of your average seasonal variation product, super seasonal products with boating products and boating products definitely spring summer seasons they absolutely surge and sales in the summer tend to be about two or three. Times higher in the winter but sales don't fall off a cliff like they do for. Christmas. Lights in July as voting products or is year round demand for just tends to be two or three times higher in the winters. So or the summer action say so I think that's the big I guess comparison we WanNa make is between those kind of degrees and spectrum of seasonality. And personally I like products that. Rely on Q. Four. To make your year, we have a kind of a wide variety of products and some of them do require hugh for to make our year. But Isis is definitely one of those brands that actually there is no spike in the fourth quarter believe it or not. Even with what you're talking about. They're just there isn't even a blip for November December because I mean we still sell well, but it isn't. It isn't any higher than October. So it's it's interesting versus something like color. Where in the fourth quarter was like our entire year even though we would sell throughout the entire year. The fourth quarter is our entire year. While baby, you know the stuffed animal stuff like the fourth quarter our entire year. And it's stressful just out of curiosity for ice wraps. How much Increase. UC during the summer is like tanner twenty percent or is it more like one hundred percent compared to the colder seasons where people are? By getting active in hurting themselves. The four to six months in the hottest Munster somewhere between fifty to one hundred percent from the baseline. And the other Munster down but not zero mean. There's still lots of other things that happen that that aren't reflected upon being warm a month with me things like a knee replacement surgery will you know that doesn't really matter what time of year it is in fact, a lot of people want to do those types of things in the winter when. They're not active anyway hip replacement surgery bill talks, breast augmentation people having kids, and all these different things that people use hunting tax four but you know people that are out playing recreational tennis or soccer or going hiking in their sedentary for the winter months when they go back out, they pull something or heard something sprain something whatever it might be and those types of injuries. I think were a lot of our products are sold interesting. Yeah I. Mean I me personally I would never think that ice wraps have that much seasonality to it. But when you start to explain it totally makes sense and they'd gang goes to our point that we're making every product even though the service does not appear to have any seasonality probably has some degree of seasonality to it. And the thing I. Love Ice Rob is actually helps normalize our sales as as a company year round because there are other products again are pretty fourth quarter heavy, and so you know the thing that was depressing about ice wraps was when I was the only thing that we had was in the winter months of things are slow you kind of panic or whatever, and so we we have a pretty smooth curve company now because our fourth quarter so strong. It kind of normalize ourselves
What happens to all the other COVID-19 candidates when the first one is approved?
"Now we have staff writer John Cohen. He wrote a story this week about an interesting question what happens to all the other covid nineteen vaccine candidates when the first one is approved. Hi John. Hi. Sarah. How are you? I'm good. He could be let's be honest. We're both sick of the pandemic. Yeah. Absolutely. Let me leave my house that my child leave the house. That's all I want to normal. Yeah. Normal. Let's talk about vaccine candidates. How many are in studies now under study now and what does the trial landscape look like at this moment? Know they're forty two in human clinical trials according the WHO list? The World Health Organization doesn't update list that was as of October second in there about two hundred in development. Of, the forty two in clinical trials tanner in the last stage of efficacy trials, the phase three, we're going to be mostly talking about what's going on in the US those numbers reflect worldwide vaccine development that's global. The US has four efficacy studies underway right now, and these are all part of what they like to call warp speed all part of operation more speed. Yeah. Yeah and so they're going through trials going through all the same steps, but that could change once one of them gets. Approval, why would something changed about? You know what's going on with the other CO bids scenes? The concern is that the mediocre might be the enemy of the better or the best the way that we've set things up in the United States the food and Drug Administration has a mechanism called an emergency use authorization. It's received a lot of attention because of hydroxy chloroquine because of rim, Desa there, and because of convalescent plasma and because of diagnostic testing, all of those have used this pathway for. Approval and authorization essentially is short of a full approval and it says, Hey, were in an emergency we only minimal data that gives us an idea of this stuff working and then we'll let it be used widely. So why are we worried about the other possible covid nineteen vaccines? If for example, one gets a UA by November I the FDA has said in a document issued in June that the EU a could be issued for fifty percent efficacy. That's a pretty low standard to begin with. As. Soon, as you authorized the use of one vaccine, first of all, this is an ongoing study because they're going to use data for an e you a most likely from an interim analysis someone of axion efficacy trial is scheduled to take six months. An Independent Safety Monitoring Board looks at the data at certain pre scheduled time points in the case of these efficacy trials they look at. The data early based on what they call? It's are basically the end points of the study. The studies are primarily asking the question. Do they prevent symptomatic disease that the number one question they're asking? So that's an event. If somebody gets a symptomatic disease and these trials are scheduled to have one hundred and fifty events to reach their final conclusions, but they're going to take peaks at the data. At fifty events, a net one, hundred events roughly at fifty events a company. If it had strong evidence that the people in the vaccinated group as opposed to the Placebo group were doing better, they could seek you a based on fifty percent efficacy at that moment they ethically in a quandary because the people who are still in this trial, blindly a receiving either vaccine or placebo ethically you could. Argue you've gotTa Blind and tell the people who are receiving. Placebo. We've got a vaccine that looks good. Do you want to get it? So you've undermined that study from reaching it's real and points of one hundred fifty events What's more? Every other study underway has to let the participants know that the US has issued and ethically you have to give people the option of taking a vaccine. The FDA's blessing. People might walk out a trials who are in trials. If you were staging a new clinical trial, you may well have to compare your vaccine to the one that has received the authorization. Well, it's much easier to prove that something is better than nothing. But what if you have a vaccine that's fifty percent effective and that becomes the competitor not a placebo well. Then, this new vaccine let's say it has sixty two percent efficacy. You're comparing sixty two percent to fifty percent not fifty percent zero. It's really hard to see that small difference or even if they're equivalent, let's say they're both fifty percent. So you need a much larger study and it needs to go on for a longer period of time and it costs a lot more money we. Don't have. It's not likely that people involved in trials for other vaccines or even the people in the placebo arm of the one that does get approved would have access to the sack seen. That's a critical consideration. If supply doesn't meet demand, then we have an easy you were only giving outlets twenty million doses to the top priority people healthcare workers then for the people in other. Clinical trials they have no other option. Then the issue is not this great ethical dilemma, but remember were speeding things up with operation more speed in order to pump out three, hundred, million doses of vaccine from one company by as early as the end of January. So this problem, it's not here today because supply doesn't meet demand, but it sure could be here in late. January and. February march April who knows what we're going to have in terms of efficacy data and who knows what we're going to have in terms of trials in their enrollment. Remember we have a couple of trials that have been stopped because of side effects. When you put a trial on hold that means it's not going to reach its end point for even longer and that's happening right now with two of the warp speed vaccines. In your story, we don't want just one vaccine. There's some good reasons to continue to investigate and to look further afield even after one is approved, can you talk about some of those? For one thing we may need different vaccines for different populations. The elderly we know with influenza, they need a much higher dose because their immune systems don't work as well as they age we may need one that's tailored for pregnant women. Pregnant women are GonNA, tolerate a risk factor much much lower than everyone else. You might need a vaccine that simpler to deliver for some parts of the world that doesn't have a cold chain issue or you need to keep it at. MINUS SEVENTY DEGREES CENTIGRADE. You might need a vaccine that's cheaper for many countries even though it's maybe sixty two percent versus sixty, eight percent effective, it might be a better deal at the end of the day because more people can get it for the amount of money you have on top of all that we want a lot of vaccines because more vaccines means more supply we have an insurance policy of something goes wrong at a manufacturing plant. If a side effect crops up when it goes into wider use, we have this backup of other vaccines. So there are loads of reasons why we want a whole portfolio vaccines ultimately to prove safe effective. That's the. Case that you have to make to participants people who might be involved in trials. Do you think it's going to be effective? Do you think people are gonNA still volunteer to get a vaccine or not vaccine that hasn't been approved? You put your finger on a really important issue and that's who enrolls in a vaccine trial why it's not like you have cancer that's going to kill you and you're enrolling in a trial because you've exhausted all medicines and you're hoping beyond hope that this new treatment will work and Save Your Life. That's a completely different motivation to join a trial. Then a vaccine when you are healthy, you're joining this to prevent something from. Happening so ethically, you can argue that well, that person most of these people are doing it for altruistic reasons the really doing it to help other people and you can ethically approach people in a study and say, Hey, look this one vaccine got EU a based on the early data that it's fifty eight percent effective. We'd like to keep you in this trial and it's a blinded study and we promise at the end of the study is one of the bioethicists I interviewed said we promise at the end we're going to give you the better vaccine, but will you stick with this for a while so that we can figure out if the vaccine that isn't For us is worth pursuing going back to your cancer example. There are cases where a clinical trials is happening the people in the treatment group are doing so well that it's no longer ethical to continue to deny that treatment to the placebo arm. That's not what's happening here. It is a different equation, some ethicists. That, even in a vaccine study, a person has a right to know if they're a participant whether they're receiving a placebo vaccine if there is convincing and compelling evidence that the vaccines working but keep in mind too and this is something that I think a lot of people have a hard time getting their heads around wearing a mask and social distancing goes a long way toward protecting you from this virus maybe even more than fifty percent effective vaccine 'cause then you're walking around. With none of this protection or you're not taking it as seriously exactly and that's called behavioral inhibition. If a vaccine leads to behavioral discipline habituation and people dropped their guard, stop wearing masks stop social distancing they may be putting themselves at more risk even though they have a vaccine in their bodies
John Cornyn becomes the latest Senate Republican to ramp up criticism of Trump
"Republican senators are expressing their disagreements with President Trump and the latest is Texas Senator John Cornyn. Texas Senator John Cornyn is one of a growing number of Senate Republicans who have become outgoing about their disagreements with President Trump, even though he in particular, is in a tight re election race with Democrat M. J. Hager in a recent interview corn and expresses differing opinion, claiming that he's clashed with President Trump on border security and budget deficits in the past when it comes to the pandemic corn and says he quote doesn't think Trump has Lead in a way that has been reasonable, responsible or right. I'm Tanner Carl's The News Radio 1200 W Away, I
How to Run Effective In-Person and Online Workshops with Dr. Isabeau Iqbal
"Welcome to episode number eighty of the ground blogger podcast. This is the podcast for helping them exchanged the world through online business helping you by giving you the tools and tips strategies. You need to build an online business around your research experience and your background around the change. You want to make in the world. I'm your host doctor Crisco. It is episode. We're doing interview on how to run an effective in person and online Workshop to do that. We have back on the podcast. Dr. Iqbal from he's the boat, and we're really excited get around the podcast. Dr. Iqbal. Thank you for coming back on. Thanks Chris for having me back and really happy to be able to have this conversation with you today suppose you have been listening to the last couple of weeks and months. We had a table on an episode 74 the podcast talking about starting a coaching business as an academic her background their her story about how she started her her business where she coaches ambitious perfectionist dead. And around the higher education space talk about her journey things like how she finds clients and just overall some ideas around how to build up a business as a coach some really important takeaways there were around focus on doing just that make sure you get the skills actually be able to build a business what you're doing. It's not just coaching people you have to do but you have to actually sell services and build up an infrastructure there as well with certification a lot of other important topics as well. I want to get Isabelle back on for a couple of reasons to talk about this process of online workshops. So reason number one is that Workshop facilitation. I'm not exactly sure why but maybe she can can point out but seems to be a place where a lot of academics start there entrepreneurship journey. I think they probably have some skill sets in this already and they start doing and finding a good at it and they kind of built this up as a home service offering it they can do at other universities. The second kind of reason is if you're doing one-on-one coaching like, you know all the coaches who had on the podcast for it started with then moving dead. More towards as many to one model moving more towards workshops where you can teach and coach and help multiple people at once seems to be a place that that coaches and academic coaches in particular seem to gravitate towards as well. So in this episode over and talk about why should you consider adding workshops to your business model and talk about what are some of the common key components around planning and effective workshop and delivering an effective Workshop or how how to keep paging aged and maybe even more importantly if you want to keep the business running keep an organized there's happy and what this does look like as we transition in the space over in today to online more online learning more online workshops more online events. So as always, you know, the transcripts of this podcast episode at gravatar.com. Eighty. That's 801 probably pull out a cheat sheet with tips on running and planning effective Workshop from this intervention download at that link as well. So Isabelle we covered your kind of story your backstory while you got in the business how you build your business over the last number of years and episode 74 taking this one will probably just jump right into why wage In your business. Do you include workshops as part of your your business model? Sure. Yeah. It's pretty much what you were saying just a few moments ago. So initially it was really because off I have experience and comfort and designing and facilitating workshops from my career as an educational developer at a university teaching Learning Center. And I really enjoy Sylhet ating. So it seemed like a natural place to a natural thing to to include also as I talked about in that previous conversation that we had. I was initially trained through a tool called the Clifton strengths assessment and that approach is really focused. Well, not only on individual strengths but also team's strengths and team collaboration. So it did seem also like a really good fit with with that approach and then of course in terms of Revenue wage So what you were saying just a few minutes ago again was around. I do the one on one coaching and then to have an offer where I could also offer request with groups. It helps me in terms of having more reach and more impact in in that way to that makes a lot of sense and I have seen this come up with folks are inside the self tanner Community people they worked with and coaching where you if you're doing one-on-one services and it doesn't have to be coaching. It could be website design. It could be any sort of service of that your your business office told there's a there's inherent maximum roof. You can only you know work so many hours in a week. Hopefully, it's less than than fifty sixty seventy. Eighty. If you're if you're doing things, you know the wage like to see and maybe less than forty or Thirty if you're really dialed-in and sure you can charge more but charging more is also a tough one cuz it's not, you know charging 30% more is pretty hard to do age. Turning sixty percent more is even harder to but the end of the day, how do you charge you know, ten times or a hundred times more it's hard to do on 121. You can really move into these other models. We can serve more people at one time exactly wage. Yeah, so someone's just getting started and they're thinking well, I I do have some skills and workshops. Like you said, I understand some of the tools and I'm interested expanding into this. I think we zoom out to sort of rain this, from what are the key components around planning and effective Workshop where the pieces that we we should dive into in the rest of this conversation. Yeah, because the planning is so crucial to say you are running effective workshops. So I have eight suggestions around planning effective workshops. And the first is to to learn more about your clients need so often I'll get a phone call or an email and it'll be a really vague requests. We'd like a workshop around strengths and that dog Tell me a lot. So one of the very first things I do is request a phone meeting where I can find a little bit more about what the client is is 1:15, and that is so so helpful find things about you know, who the participants are going to be their age their backgrounds their education, whether they know each other down there strangers. So those bits will really help with the with the planning and then another part around client needs is how do they want to work together? So some people want to be more involved and others don't and I think that it's really important to to know that up front because it will help ensure their satisfaction with with the process. So that's that's one piece and I'm not sure if I should pause if you have follow-up questions or questions continued.
University of Florida cancels football team activities amid 19 new coronavirus cases
"Ross Bjork. Two Am athletic director putting out a statement now saying we've been in touch with officials. At Florida and also reviewed. The available data from the contact tracing system deployed by the SEC. At this point there is been no impact within our program, but we will continue our regular testing regiment this week. And stay diligent. With all of our safety protocols. So that is a fairly similar statement to what Ray Tanner put out yesterday in terms of possible inflection or. Infection I should say on the previous Game Notre Dame had that issue a couple of weeks ago and That's that's the only time we've seen now we're we're a team played last week ended up causing as well. Back to the phones at eight, five, five, two, four, two, seven. Two eight five and Paul was up next in Arkansas Paul. Thanks good afternoon. Hey Paul With my situation what I'm with what I have done a lot of research on this. covid nineteen and when the government I was. Testing all these vaccines they've found that the vaccine. That was used for malaria had a a a very good impact on covid nineteen. The ingredient was drowsy. Clark. And based on some of the studies. it was saving like fifty percent of people's lives it was taken. As Preventative You know as a preventive. Medication instead of waiting until you got the virus to take it. I have a very. Close or good medical A. Person that I've talked to about this and they said most doctors that have. are are very positive about this ingredient And they have patients that they've recommended. You know taking it There are some patients have some kind of Rimma Tori disease it take it all the time that they don't get a covid nineteen I don't understand why the government is trying to hide this. I mean if it allows I don't know but but but I do know that I think four drug companies at least in this country or many more around the world are pretty deep into. The the vaccine. So I I would. Dare. Say What you said I've heard before but it may very well be a moot point right now. Well. All I'm saying is if it's you know it's going to say it's SORTA and they start they get with a doctor that you know has you know patients where he's distributed this out I mean if it would help that program, you know to the point where you know by the time. I think issue there I'm certainly not talking about my expertise, which is pretty miniscule almost everything but. The there's no way. A doctor is going to administer this to a football team. Well maybe not but all I'm saying is that. You know this particular ingredient. For the malaria virus did test of you know pretty good against Kobe nineteen and my point is You know I'm just frustrated we're in this situation with. and I it may be. Hey. Here's what I think is the good news that we are pretty close At least we're told we're pretty close to a A vaccine. So I I I. Don't I don't think anything's going to change that Let's hope it's. Like today, Jonathan is in Kansas you're on the Air Hello Jonathan good afternoon. I'm actually Tampa, Florida. Good have you on. Sir. I'm I'm in Tampa Florida, I I I graduated from the University of Florida in two thousand, sixteen I just want to quickly touch up on touch touch up on a few things. Dan Molin I know he has got a lot of backlash for saying you went to the stadium, but I also remember coach Free Coast Frost got a lot of backlash when he said he went to play and now he's playing. I believe that he will not be
Are Red Sox irrelevant in Boston after miserable season
"Baseball playoffs are underway without the last place Red Sox, who lost 18 of their 1st 24 games during a pandemic shortened 60 game season, then never recovered. But Boston President Sam Kennedy said second half the season we started to play 500 baseball. I think we finished five and to to end the season. There were some exciting a new additions to the roster and really has us optimistic for 2021 as we go forward as we Build towards the next great set of Red Sox teams. Stocks rebounded from rock bottom a couple of times in the last decade. So has it happened now Chief Baseball officer Hyeon Bloom needs a new manager after firing Ron Radike. Maybe Alex score returns. They're building blocks Sander Bogart's Raphael Devers. Alex Verdugo, certainly pitcher Tanner. How if his cameo is a sign of things to come, Boston should also get Chris Sale and Juana Rodriguez and Andrew Benn intended back from injuries and, of course, have to reset in luxury tax bloom. Khun Breakout owner John Henry's wallet. Adam Kaufman. W B. C. Boston's news radio,
Oklahoma resident hospitalized with possible West Nile virus
"And Oklahoma County resident testing for West Nile virus. Here's Tanner Carlson, the Oklahoma City County Health Department says. If testing confirms that the patient is infected, it will be the county's first West Nile case of the season. Officials are urging people to prevent the spread of the mosquito borne illness by removing sources of standing water from their property. The
NFL Officials Monitoring Air Quality Ahead Of Dallas Cowboys, Los Angeles Rams Opener
"Opener against the Los Angeles Rams could be in jeopardy. NFL officials are trying to determine if the air quality in L. A is safe to play in due to the statewide wildfires in California. The league monitors the local air quality index on a scale of 0 to 500 readings. That measure above 200 could cause the game to be delayed or relocated. And as of yesterday the local readings and Inglewood were at 1 48. I'm Tanner
The Latest Pandemic Shortage: Dumbbells
"Perhaps, you've spent the summer exercising outdoors, and now you're starting to wonder whether you'll be able to keep that up when winter hits after all even though gyms may have reopened where you are many of us are skittish about exercising indoors with a lot of other sweaty hard breathing people a set of weights for home gym or garage or basement more likely seems like a great solution. Yeah. How often do you have a great idea only to realize everybody else's having the same great idea that's what's happening here folks since the early days of the pandemic stationary bikes, treadmills and streaming workouts have been hot commodities demand for one item in particular has driven scarcity dumbbells just try and buy a set the goods a newsletter published by Vox, says, we're in the midst of the great American dumbbell shortage. All right. So it's not like we're talking about a shortage of life saving drugs but if staying fit means not just health but sanity to to you, a dumbbell shortage could be a very serious thing. We feel your pain. Here's what happened according to the fitness fanatics experts at box think way back in your memory on March fourteenth the president declared the pandemic, a national emergency that was A. Friday the very next day ushered in the weekend that America changed. Colleen. Logan. Of icon health and fitness told Box Logan is vice president of marketing for the company which owns nordictrack other fitness brands that weekend they started seeing what she called crazy crazy sales every day in March sales doubled compared to March twenty nineteen. They quadrupled in April and were up six hundred percent higher in May Logan said. Rival bowflex was also inundated like Nordic track. bowflex sells weights along with bigger, more expensive equipment like bikes and treadmills less well known businesses that specialize in strength training are also struggling to meet demand. Visit S PRI site and you'll see sold out labels on Dumbbell after Dumbbell try to buy kettle bell iron balls with handles, and in many cases retailer rogue fitness won't even give you a ship date instead up POPs vague. Notify me button. The level of demand is unheard of as inside Hook writer Tanner Garrity noted people don't even buy this many dumbbells in the middle of winter when they're cooped up and drafting fitness resolutions. The result of these shortages predictable prices are high according to vox a pair of fifteen pound rogue dumbbells that usually costs forty dollars is currently listed on Ebay for one hundred, sixty, nine dollars. The shortages point to a much bigger issue in the American economy before the pandemic, the vast majority of Kettlebells dumbbells and other free weights were made guess where China? That's right China closed factories and highways from January to April when the sudden unexpected surge of interest occurred here. America's existing supply of weights went fast due to closures in China. Well, no new ones could be made much less ship to America. Now, Chinese factories are open again, but they can't keep up with the outsized desire a few companies including. Rogue. Have turned to small American iron foundries to make them here. But few of those foundries are interested in making consumer products like kettlebells. It's expensive and difficult for them to gear up and they fear retailers will give the business right back to China. Once the global economy is fully open again in the meantime experts say the boom and at home. Workouts is no flash in the PAN ninety percent of Americans who work out say they'll continue exercising at home according to a survey by Wakefield research for some those at home workouts will continue to replace the gym. Others will simply add Jim visits to their routine. Regardless that means booming sales and continuing supply chain headaches for Nordic track bowflex and the light. For the lowly exerciser waiting and waiting for that adjustable weights set to arrive it can also mean getting creative. What else can you pump besides iron weights? Well you could try the technique. One robust dad showed off a photo featured by vox lying on the floor. He's balancing his two little girls on a piece of plywood and he's holding over his body. Just, be very careful with those willing little subjects. Okay.
"tanner" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Can bring your own box i. don't really know what hopefully you put stuffing stuck in a box I don't really know. You, think there's people scouring. Like garage sales for just for stub this man yeah. Just to take this measure or. Show with like like a like a dozen Tube TV's. All your tube TV's like just because those are really really satisfying if you follow. Those. Yeah. Well, then you need this party package. have you ever driven a Sherp? You really need to do you know what they are. The the sort of Russian amphibious sort of a tank type vehicle they can go exactly Dr. Amazing you need to drive one of those because you can crush stuff with that. So you can take down like a four four inch tree just like no problem it's just not. On. To drive straight through it, and then you drive into icy river I see bog they just came out with his new one called the SHERP end that has like a bigger cabin. It's like for Fat Americans and it has like. They have a ten by ten one it's a cab and trailer, but all the wheels are driven ten by ten. Oh. My God. You're member that with that tank went loose I think in San Diego or something we were talking about this Colorado well not San Diego, the guy stole the tank from Pendleton. Stolen Okay Colorado we were talking about the documentary the last show it's called tread and the dude built his own tank in the shed and went on a rampage and took the the town down. But this is the problem because you just okay the for the tree, the box like a gateway crush and you start to get addicted to the cry maybe. But if the guy who built the tank had a way to to crush something safely outlawed Hillary healthy some sort of healthy Chrysler right. People in car yet. He didn't have to the library in his town. If you haven't seen it on Netflix. Watch tread it's the DOC. It's real crazy. Really off the wall. What's your? What's your schedule? Look like the the rest of this summer and fall are you are you racing going on West German maybe some opera racing my do some opera racing. And You know we got the call fate launch numbing up still wants travel ban Kinda gets lifted. Then I'll be making my way over there for that. But really a lot of the racing's going to push still early twenty, one for Rallycross. Think. So I know schedules have been announced, but that's really the racing scheduled there but I'll do, I'm we're making a lot of videos like I said I'm probably doing this one lap thing. So if you do have a cool kick ass car or a drag racing tractor or whatever. Make. Sure you get in touch with that. Sarah. What's what's Getting what? Do you have a sign up or something you got a at ten faust on instagram. Yes. Yeah, yeah just me up and Instagram, and then we're GONNA. Make scheduled. Probably only do ten or twelve this first lap I think it'd be Super Fun I. I think I think you've got an idea there. That is very good I. Think you'd have a lot of fun doing it and you could really surprise the hell out of people I. Think there'd be people that we really really stoked if you landed that plane ears and their little town and drove their crazy car. At the Super Fun right never get to go reach out and actually meet those people, right? Yeah. That's and if we wanted to lie if you want to fly to Bemidji Minnesota, we drive Sherp, we just have to fly there. That's it. If we fly, there were good I got time. Start with Catalina. Goes. I'm. Super Onboard for Catalina. She's into can I put it? Can I put my e bike in the back of your plane and we can do that kind of stuff as in does it hold? No? I do I'm Grad power bikes there's a plug right there Jesus. Holding bike that I do spy with it as epic. Called what's it called power? Bikes. Holding e bike. So. That's a good one. Kick Ass. Sounds Great. I'll plug my in my bike. Do your right a vintage electric. Gorge goes thirty five miles an hour, and it goes like seventy miles and it's insane. It's like riding a moto GP bike on the bike path is really really crazy and I'm on my second set of brake pads already because it just smokes through. Ninety thousand crazy. Fast. I mean when you go on the boardwalk or anything I, don't know what the rules are in Santa Monica up there near where you live down here. Yeah. It's eight-year-olds on motorcycles. You know you actually see you see like I don't necessarily want to call them homeless guys because that's an assumption that I don't think is necessarily true. They look like homo skies but they own the the scooters like from dumb and dumber like the little. Shit they wrote over there but they like I don't know they put turbos or stroke or cranks or something on him because he's fucking things mob. and. They write them on the bike paths like two strokes at. They write them on the bike path and they fly and no one seems to stop them so. I got a ticket for writing my damn. BMX bike on the sidewalk in highschool. Did you really a? Ticket for the I got it. Nobody ticket in Santa Monica for riding my bicycle in the bike path. Wearing headphones, headphones both ears I got I was written a ticket for that. Wow. 'cause I'm fucking problem. Thanks for joining US tonight dude I really appreciate your time. It's always great talk pleasure. Talking to you too. Can I seriously at you up this Catalina thing I'm I'm really doing oh, that's awesome. Do X. Men. Next week that happen and maybe while I'm up in Santa Monica can check out your shot the shop. Yeah. Yeah I'd love. Congrats Dude I love the concept I it's it's going to be amazing for him stoke. Thank you so much dude. Thanks for the support I really do and and and of your one of a very small group of folks that once I posted that up on Instagram, sent me a specific congratulatory text smashes and I do appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you very much. You've been in the last ten years since I moved to California like you were literally one of the first people I met with. Tam. In and out of the race track and Paul that trip is what solidified moving to California so you've always fucking been there. I appreciate it very much. That's Rad Should end the show. It's going to be a little bit of sad and I'm sorry thoughts and prayers right now tim's dad had a stroke two days ago a very norrowly gnarly stroke is in Maryland Tim just went their thoughts and prayers for Tim's Dad Right. Now we are we're thinking about him here in California Tanner's friends with him as well. thanks very much for your time dude I appreciate it. I'll see real soon pleasure guys that's our show for the night. The snow followed tanner on Instagram at at tanner faust the smoke entire podcast is powered by shout engine get your own damp as a shout engine dot com. Easy. All you need is a microphone connection to the Internet and ideally something to say goodnight..
"tanner" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Fact that she flew to work but The, the cost. It's like one, hundred, fifty, an hour hour. Jihad that's not all right I? Guess. That's not bad especially if you're if you're flying multiple people or whatever, and it's an ultra. Yeah, it sounds good. Stop and you're going to her mom. Then our eighteen miles per gallon. Do you have any cars at fourteen miles per gallon down I would say that most of my cars get better than fourteen months ago, the Lamborghini does not. The, actually my nine eleven. Twenty five even on big offroad tires always been impressed by that nine elevens are very fishing asset. They're very efficient. Yeah. Awesome. Yeah. Do. You have any cars that get pregnant fourteen miles per gallon. Gulf are your golf are the Gulf Aren't you? I've got I've got an atlas on raw sport which I don't know if you remember Eliana show last year we announced we were going to this one thousand program with Volkswagen. With the Atlas Credit was the car that was based on. We'll see Kovin as crush that or not. But that was beasts did it with? Reese melon. And so I hope that one comes back. We'll see that list cross for got them new Commercial Esau MacAulay. Culkin. Macaulay Culkin and Paul Giamati commercials for the Atlas. Crossword. No, he's. Got I don't know he's frozen froze loss. wrestles up there. Is. Hey Tanner, are you there? Way, Yeah Okay Got Ya. Across. Good they're fun. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Those are good. I did this stunt driving for those guys which wasn't much not very stunning. Are You MacAulay Culkin's stunt double when it comes to driving? Well if he's in a Volkswagen, commercial? What other wait? What other celebrities have you stunt doubled for who you look nothing like only the obvious ones like Chris Hemsworth. The in. Zach or something. I wish that would have been fun. Did you do any four versus for driving? Did A lot. What did you driving? I was on camera for that one as Ronnie. Buckingham finished. Third. I'd to give like a a nod of. Moderate. Satisfaction how did I not tell you your your face is informed versus Ferrari as a racing driver. Really, if you might have blinked is. What were you were you driving a GT forty or a replica CD forty is. Forty yeah, a replica. Subaru engine was at least a V. Eight and at least like a super performance or something. They weren't sue performance. We had a couple of those but they were they were ls. Threes everything had an ls three in it. Oh, just for practicality sake. They all the cars underneath the same. All the cars. Well that actually I mean that makes sense. Doesn't it? Yeah. There are fifteen of them. So it just makes it easier. It's interesting. What happened to those cars? There's been people you know there's been people who show up in them cars at cars and coffee they sold them and there's a dude who, yeah, uh-huh your yes. There are people and they've gotten me to took a picture of what and posted instagram. I was like heavy hitters in the fucking room and I was like someone's like that's a prop. Got Me. They're bad. They're bad dudes. Picture of you is Ronnie. Buckingham. You know what it is. It's it's the makeup you. It really doesn't look like you know they actually they really made it. Look Kinda not like you with the makeup it's. No I mean you just look weathered and you look you look ten years older and weathered and I. Maybe it's just your facial expression in this one photo but it doesn't really look like your face. It's interesting. Win It's definitely yeah. You acted dude you acted. Like a chameleon. Yeah, we're the worthy. was filming the driving scenes for for the movie Presumably, they didn't just just hire you to do that nod. Was, driving scenes as fun as I. Think it was or was it actually more more work and less fun and more tedious than less and less fun it was I mean it was Super Fun. A lot of the reason that it was a good time was because the group of guys doing you know you had a lot of the people whose dads were actually in the race. So there was stories going on it as we we called ourselves deep background because we'd just be sitting there waiting for the acting to get done, and then we'd go through kind of a thing. Yeah, and You notice in the movie. It's a lot of dry vice while they're in the pits talking there's always cars driving by yeah. That was. So they took Agua Dulce airport shut the airport down built a three story building along a third of the airport of the llamas straight. What so they reconstructed the entire Lama front straight and pit boxes and everything on an airport runway. Stairs artwork in the freaking suites so sick when these guys can just burn cash like that isn't that amazing? You're like. Oh my God somebody lit so much money on fire. Was Up for like four months I think at least. And I, mean, and the cars were Kinda cool. They had like these water sprayer. So this shots where you see the water kind of on the front, then water sprayers on the cars. So they'd get sprayed as if there was a car in front of him. Oh. Like missed on the windshield kind of thing. You saw cars and copy they're not water. Soaked inside though when you really start looking there there medium Jerry definitely movie prop cars really start looking at them. That's how that's how movies are. You know sometimes there's a hero car but yeah. Yeah, and the soup, the soup performance cars came out every. So often and a lot of times I think they're trying to sell them to the actors Gino bring by. Actress all jazzed about him but they were Nice. They're expensive as hell. Oh? Yeah. I drove one of those Super Superfood I'm not a huge fan of the Daytona Cobras I don't not because they don't do a good job building them, I just actually I don't like how they drive with the GT forties are like Oh. Yes this is very and you can get dude you can get left seat right seat you can get sills you can get the shift or on any fuck and you want like it's very cool. It's A. Pretty. Good. Especially, after you spent three weeks and one of those. Files that you know ribbon back and forth in their throw away cars for those guys. The super performance look like the real frigging deal. Yeah. No they're look legit. So when okay. So let's go back to the. Airport. They've got this runway. They've got this low this Llama set up there filming a scene. You know something's happening the pants whether it's a pit stop or conversation whatever and they need cars going by like it's the race. So they have you staged this runway and they just fucking point the light at you and you just hammered down and do a fly by and repeat. Yet there'd be a radio you. You'd know well, first of all the art department. Okay. The Art Department would have a number of. Our you were in the race. So the all right next up is seen four, seventy two and we've got we're going to be an hour twenty two. So all the art department lineup, the cars, and they gotta make. them off. Throw dirt and rocks Shit Oh God. What a great gig. What a great. Guys and then you guys, let's fuck these cars up a little bit come on. But they had to put him back. Then it'd be like all right now we're to Oh shit. What's in everything? Wasn't in The Art Department guys like you're fucking kidding be. To. Your Respect for those. But you know you get cranking on this they would say, okay, this car is going to be gaining on the other one. So you know be about this far back. You know and and the actors were involved quite a lot like there were a lot of cars that had rigs there were sitting on a trailer or Robert Nagle who was stunt coordinator was driving kind of like the the back half of the car in the front home was the actor was in there they have he'd be. The car and the actor would be any kind of fake. Driving and do it through their senior. Ratzel crashes and things, and you know there's some some effects to make the crashes work. There was as crazy rig. Oh, my God it was like a semi truck that had this seal to launching system..
"tanner" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"It's like a but if you have like work to do you know we're always working in the desert, right you go to mojave or Inyo Kern or whatever. It's just a half hour skip and jump around and it's fun to use your. You know you're busy in the air over La 'cause there's a lot of metal up there flying around. So the time just click by I've been thinking about doing this little short form show actually really talked to many people about it. So this seems like a good time to talk about it the. You probably alike, me get asked to from rivals, cars randomly like Hey I got Sabena my assistant. Constantly constantly. Hell, cat and they send you a picture of this blower down this hill cat hood or whatever. So I'm going to hop in my plane and I'm just going to drive a bunch of these frigging cars. Fun To show up at these people's houses and and Yeah. That sounds fun. It sounds like a fun bit actually. Yeah and I've always wanted to do like lap around the states in the plane do like across country furthest I flew to that Nebraska Gig. That that's awesome. How far you lose your flight path to the Bresca you can't do that in one. No I went to Colorado Springs and got fuel and then continued on what was the overall like flight time. Five full flights probably six hours not so bad. That's that's all right. Air. conditioned. I. Wished today it was no, it's not. It's not man. So get honestly once you get up in the air high enough you don't. It's cool by. I do have like this little ice box blows cold air. If you're like sitting on the taxiway for a while no I'm not worried about the Catalina flight but I was thinking about you for six hours like, oh, man without air conditioning. That's a long hours probably sweaty when you're good now I was on oxygen and up at like if I was going over the rockies. So as with Al up there Oh, you had to go oxygen mask for the. Yeah you put oxygen on. Oh. Cool. Cool. How interesting so You try to stay below the outlet you need it but sometimes if it's windy and you want to get out of the bumps. Over those Rockies, you've just gotTa do it. What's how high? How can you like crews at that? Eighteen. was like fifteen and a half or so I remember when you first started flying and you told me that your plan was to use this plane to fly around the greater Los Angeles area. So you wouldn't have to sit in traffic to get gigs and stuff and I was like this is the smartest person ever like you have. I've gone to meetings and landed at. Like. What people don't know is these F.. B. Is what they're called, which is like the terminal for the small planes. Sure. Big Bash jets role in there but there's also the guys like me that have like a tractor with wings and pull on in and a cool job don't sell yourself short bro. I go in there. You know this guy, he's ordering six thousand pounds of fuel I go in there. I'm like top it up I think it will take four to five gallon but maybe Going to borrow your car and you know they have. To us at these. Little Car yes, and then you know when? You know John Travolta's crew needs A. Gets, the Health Liberal Or if you buy organic farms and you get to use. Okay. So now you are. So you go to. Go to your meeting you of your lunch and then you. Get the car for a couple of hours I. mean it's a it's a pretty sweet deal and and does it save time with no traffic after you get the plane out and warm it up and all that stuff probably not. But if there's even a stitch a traffic on highway two big time saver rain is just awesome. Well, it's got to be fun. But for me the as someone who does not not I tried it once I loved it I might as my wife got me a lesson a couple years ago I did the ninety minute thing at of Santa Monica Airport my instructor was like nineteen. And I I really enjoyed it. I had a great time it. It was very intuitive. If you're good at driving a car, you can fly a plane. You know basic one without much trouble works just like you'd think it does and then and when we were done, he was like, okay. The next step is to sign up for a year of Flight School can be Twenty Thousand Dollars Commission and there's there was nothing in between the full commit and the try the taste you know what I mean there was there's no real kind of recreational you gotta you gotTa really commit to it, but it really seemed like the the wind way I didn't understand yours time-saving math was. Don't. You have to do this whole checklist thing every time you fly the plane or if you're using it every day is that a little more flexible When you're not renting a plane, you can kind of have a flow. So I I do check everything but I just have a flow the way I walk around the plane and I get in go through the exact same gauges, my headsets right where I left it. The switches are right where I left him I just double check that. When you get into rental different story. That's true. Rental plane is very, very different thing. Yeah. Scares me debt but. That's why the checklists or they're. You know get through everything and and and it works out but it's been a good deal. You're right in. It's the stick and rudder of it. If you can drive the stick and rudder side of it, get the taking the test and everything you don't need to spend twenty grand and you can do it for ten. But the Santa Monica tax. He got you got to pay their rent that airport. Nineteen year olds logging poly city rent seat with you. So he wants you to take as much time as you can manly art of it, but there's but it's kind of like the fourth grade it's like if you had to take the fourth grade right now but was one test. None of the materials, hard. Yes. Just as the volume, the volume of it just for one test you kind of have to be trained. You know taking practice practice estimate on the day hit and then you're you're honest that's when the real learning begins when like face to face with thunderstorm or you know that's when you really start learning the real less. Yeah. No Shit. Yeah and also when I listened to the kid on the radio, I was like I don't understand a fucking word students saying like I'm sure that's English. But I swear it's What what language is this Really understand him at the other end to this. Got Your pilot's license, and in Santa Monica, you could talk on the radio anywhere in the world just about really Yup. Why is that? Because it's so busy in the La Basin and the chatter that you had to endure, you know most pilots they cut the grass in their lawn and Kansas get a plane take off from their yard and never talk on the radio to air traffic control. They never have to do any of that stuff. So they kinda get nervous about going to the city. But. If you do it the other way round man, it's easy. That's a good point. I learned it. Yeah Learning John Wayne and it's pretty busy down. Here. But it's yeah it. Makes you KINDA. Scare lists of San Francisco or or wherever you know is the I mean, not the you need to get specific but is like is the overall cost similar to like high end sports car or does it totally dwarf any car that you could pretty much have to you know Not that expensive, you don't have to do it for that much money. I mean if you to get to the nuts and bolts of it in and bully Mulan I show up to work and a couple of my pilot pilot Bundy's there and somebody says that I flew to work year deduce. No way around that fact that she flew to work but The, the cost. It's like one, hundred, fifty, an hour hour. Jihad that's not all right I? Guess. That's not bad especially if you're if you're flying multiple people or whatever, and it's an ultra. Yeah, it sounds good. Stop and you're going to her mom. Then our eighteen.
"tanner" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"No I I was at Selim see where they did their work sliding around on the ice. I never got to drive one dude wait till you wait till you have ago it's it's a whole other fucking world with. Of Craziness. In the canyons up in the mountains it's it's legitimately without giving away any too many pace notes. It's legitimately as fast as seven. Twenty s in the canyons is it's batch it. It's it's bad ways what fifty three, hundred pounds. Eight hundred pounds more. Yeah. It's so crazy. It's just it's like Oh my God, this is the future in the future is okay. It's not so bad yet. Good. Wow. I've got one here of got one right there. On the top we were testing wait. So I've got a tycoon, an L. sixty three and a Bentley Bentayga on the three fucking racks. That's that's it seems like he have taken some concrete employees in five gallon barrels. But at Tyke whatever you? Choose to do it i. told me they told me six thousand pound trace. Okay. All right. Let's see. Look up on the MLS. What ways six thousand we're getting close. It's basically It's basically like a like a Tahoe, a long Wheelbase Range Rover that's about my size and weight limit. Yeah. All right saw, right. And so four stack. Yeah understanding it's four the bottom cars sits on the ground and then there's three trays. It's pretty it's pretty Goddamn. GotTa come. If if dude shows up yet without using the APP or or anything. Yeah and says, that's my car up there. I'm going to drive what's the time? It's probably like it's not that long I mean it's probably like four or five minutes maybe. Like do they everywhere else except my place, they run these staffers on the fly. You go to the Javid Center in Manhattan New York City. You go to like a mall in a in a high density place there on these things on the fly you know you're standing there tapping your foot while they're moving cars up and down outdoors in the winter you know if you if you text me or use the APP or call or whatever, and say I'll be there in twenty dude your thing your car will be ready to go. There's no, it's no problem it's all good it's all good. Training. We're doing training and lift training yesterday and my guys were very on point. I was I was very excited. Nobody broken thing was good. Yeah. That's good. Yeah. That's it probably takes me thirty to get the all down one level no way maybe thirty twenty minutes Oh 'cause you gotta get shit out from underneath it. Oh. motorcycled bikes. That's why fishing lines. Yeah talk to me about flying. Are you still flying around? Yeah today took some friends of Catalina. That voice should go to Catalina I would I would. Yes. I'll come down to you fly from their hell. Yeah. Let's do that. Now I can I can make each in Santa, Monica or whatever hobbies. I love this. I was actually really curious because because I can see Catalina from from where I live and I my wife and I were just like I. Wonder What's going on over there like with Kobe did everyone who is there like? Is there no covert and Catalina? Shut us down and like seriously is their covert on Catalina I'm series real question. Yeah. No boats allowed or anything that. What is allowed over there? I haven't been what's the restaurant. Other will now it's open. Okay. You'd have to wear masks inside, and so we're the airport Kathleen is kind of an interesting place rag 'cause the. Tried to turn it into like this I duNno party town for a long time at burned out, and then they tried to do to get it changed hands a bunch of time Charlie Chaplin even had like an airline used to go out there with see planes no way Air Chavalit. Yeah I. Did about to stop, and then at one point, they chop the top of a mountain up on top and that's where the runway is and It's it's got clip on both sides. So they used to use it for in World War Two, they use it for aircraft carrier training. But it's a super cool runway, ten miles from town, but there's a restaurant up at the runway. So usually oldest go there and grab lunch they. You know they were shooting westerns out there for a long time. Yeah and they left the buffaloes there from when they were shooting the Western. So there's herds of buffaloes running around I remember that yeah the John Wayne movie or something they brought in buffalo and then just left on. Good old Americans just just fucking. No concern whatsoever for any like. That one. Amazing. Good. But it's a it's a really cool runways got a photo up of it just on the top of chopping off the top of mount is a very accurate description of what they did there. You. Got Together last year and repaid is the runway concrete that you're looking at. It says twenty two on it s concrete. Wait. So ten miles from town. So what are you? Can you get taxi or something in the town? Will you do? There's jeep there's a GPD runs you back and forth. If you want I got to two bikes in the hangar up there to get feel adventurous that is the move. The move is to leave a believer by some mountain bike there and or an e bike and to do it that way. Yeah. Yeah. You can throw it on the bus to come back up. Oh, see I'm about that dude can we do that? That sounds like a lot of fun. Is, I'm I'm loving. You know the flying thing I don't want to spend too much time on it, but it's it's been. A Long format shows fucking spend time on it. Let's go regard brought a chart. But what's what type of planning flying? Bonanza call that Bonanza s thirty three, A. F. Thirty. Zach, can you picture of that so I could see what we're looking at I. Think there's Pictures Tanner fouls Gram, of course I think you've got is it like Graham Silvery colored? Yes. Yeah. Lewis Black. It looks good. Go down. There it is. It's a great looking livery. Did you buy it like that or painted by trolley or something? I had a painted by well by PAINTSHOP IN CORONA? Sick. Yeah No, it's been. It's been a great adventure and you'll see when we go that Catalina is twelve minutes..
"tanner" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Speed. They had a real one onset though so driving the real one it yet I I'm not I'm never really come away from those cars that are built for one thing just like top speed never come away with you know a really good feeling. But the ones you're talking about the you liked has seemed to have the big wings for the downforce and stability in that kind of stuff. Yeah there are more about. Earning, yeah. They're more about like being a supercar. So what about you? Which one? Did you drive a why drove the Aguirre are and I only drove it on a runway and I drove it on on the street a little bit but the runway and in Sweden where you do those things and it was, it was really really wild it was. You know he had me do the thing that I guess they have everybody do which is a go he goes take it up to two hundred miles an hour. Break. Take your hands off the wheel. And it stays in a straight line and. said. I did I figured. He knew what he was talking about. I, did that Shit. was terrifying but the car state of straight line is with. what does it what? How did it just do that? What the fog but like you also, it's funny that you like. Because you've done some really sketchy stuff in like you've done loops and huge jumps and like all kind of crazy stuff. But is that when you approach that stuff as a cy as a science more than a driving art, does that make it feel a little more chill like a little safer than purely like testing cars to their limit? You. Brought up for the stunt stuff. You have the stunt stuff where it's a loom for a huge does the math of it make it seem a little more safer and predictable? You never get out in like look and and like size it up and and try to get a feel for. Jump this out. At the number on the page and you say I just want the best looking screen, I can possibly find that I can see match this number with the one that this twenty two year old typically faced engineer said to go and I'm GonNa, match it with that speed, and then hope you guys are right. That's the only way you can mentally for me that's the only way I can mentally get my head around that stuff 'cause when I stand on the end of the jump like for the jump one when we were at the five hundred. I. Walked Up to the end of the job to like take a picture do something that was there. And I looked at the gap and I was like never. Never going to do that again. Ever look at ask. Jay. Now I know why everybody been saying Oh my gosh you're craziest is a bad idea. That's what that's what they see is that gap. You just think about the science one hundred percent think about the science an engineer for a hot minute before I. skied a lot and then went back into the language arts program and graduated with. I. Remember it was. You know it. So I believe the numbers and you know you just yeah you kind of have to try check check their math ever. In impractical. So like with the jump it was it was good because we've practised fifty jumps. We did we broke the world record ten times and we broke the world record ten would use keep backing it up five feet every every time and keep doing it We just kept well for one the. Yeah. The ramp was on a train tracks kind of thing. So you could back the ramp up. And then they would just you up the mile an hour by three every three miles an hour every one mile an hour was seven feet. That makes sense. Were you host you're going off jump in flatland. Get the fuck Outta here on on a big giant round. Okay. So you had you had a a long long landing. Yes. A huge. It was a huge landing and every. So every mile, an hour was seven feet. So we ended up settling on a hundred and seven miles an hour. As being kind of our sweet spot where we would get pretty close to the bottom of the ramp. Without risking a flatland if there was like a tailwind or something. When to but you you've watched like stadium super trucks and Shit. These guys are going off these jumps in the middle of these circuits and then flat landing like multiple times a lap have you had a go at any of that stuff? It seems that there's spying gotta get crushed. I did the Lucas trucks and their tracks are more designed like a supercross track where you get a nice downhill landing on the table tonight low it's a it's a it's beautiful. Yeah, they're gorgeous but the stadium trucks day. Yeah. Those those look backers and it's and it's just a a metal ramp and the monster trucks. If you do you remember when monster trucks would jump in and then just break. Like that was their thing like they would jump and then stop on the me. Land and tolls. Actual break now they're like remote control cars actually control cards used to break to. Now you can come over frigging house. The monster trucks are like fifty feet in the air and just balancing on the landing and continuing on. Yeah. I. Went to a monster jam event last year. It was so interesting to see in person I had never been before and it was really really interesting and they would they would just send this thing. Off. Really seemed like any hill like it didn't really matter what was in front of it. They just pointed at something and go flat and just fly until. Whenever really it's kind of land tumble and maybe they were upside down. Maybe they were right side up it didn't really seem to matter much. Now, any desire to drive. Yes, lots. A Monster Jam University log your you know Monster Jam, university they trained. Byu. It's a thing. Yeah North Carolina or something like. That was noise. Zach went for you know, Mike. Spinelli. You met Spinelli before yes? Yes. He rolled off faulk out of three struck yet. Mosser Jam University. I was supposed to have it for that bit and I was worried about my back because I don. To you know online with what Tanner's saying I'm really glad I didn't because I watch Mike do it and like break himself. Yeah. If it seems like you could get hurt but it also seems like they get out after some things that would really look like they must have a crazy suspension seat no, what no black says no. Balloon tires which help this shocks are like three feet long but you are strapped in. The. Harnesses have an actual ratchet on them. So you get in and they they sent your your belts down and then they ratchet strap like tighter and tighter before you off jumps. Ratchet. Cranked down on the ratchet to that did that to that help tenor act talk. All right. We're still trying to figure to tackle this. I'm sorry. It's an art..
"tanner" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Ten or Faust Tears Ville Komen Rather. Cheers man stole Where are you out of you at home? Are you at the Home Office right now? I am I'm at home I in. An office that I never go to this is like my least visited room. And it's an absolute mess is the office that you built where you can see your Porsche through the window. Yeah. It's not as nice as I can see your office you will you sweet. You can see my Porsche through the window. I. Is it no oh. Yeah. Yeah. You Deva Tanner's got a great view into his garage. Yeah that looks awesome. Cool. Is that your nine twelve, right? Yeah, but you got the rack suits though you've got like the victory wall of rock star racing's suits, and then the trophies going on how does he get in the car to shrine wasn't supposed to be that? And then you went out and won all those trophies you're just going to be an average driver with a cool garage and then you had you had to put all those trophies somewhere. Well it was it was the was supposed to be parking spot that was the idea and then you know an architect, Christy you ever met Christie, Beavis. Rally co-driver. The name from the side of a rally car. Yeah. But I don't believe I remember Yeah Yeah. So she designed my house architect and so that was a parking spot but she she went over and above her kind of looked like you have so many trophies that you had to climb in the window of the car. It looks like it's a struggle to get in the car. You need. It's a two person job because you gotTa have somebody to push the button it take you up the lists you know. You're getting yeah. Are you is the car the car underground or what? Where does the lift put the car? It puts it in the second floor but you can only get there from the garage. So if you want to get to the trophies, you have to get somebody to give you a ride on the lift. Up there I want. All These with them, you know all the stuff that you do but did you see the problem with the lift is that people got to trust you that you're not just going to strand them up there I keep telling people go up the lift. It's really fun though like how do we get down like? Oh, I'll just let you back down. OUTTA. Here. Committal. Hot. Get. Up there is hot in your warehouse. Bet It's hot up by. Probably up high, it probably is yeah. Yeah. In the studio, it's it's lovely. Oh. Oh, we got a picture up Zach had a picture of the lift Oh dude. That's pretty awesome and you have a really cool a garage cabinet wall on the ground floor. Yeah the package guys came out did that Cabinet Ben Pack arranged? The lift it was fizzles out here where I live. The lots are like like when we toured the house down the sandbox, looked like a like a very small children sandbox. That was the whole lot. Every lot of super skinny their. In land is a bit of a premium in. So maximizing the space, the lift was critical wants to win the lift is up. Can you get something underneath it? Yeah, it's twelve feet so you can put bikes, hang a bunch of bikes under their cool fishing poles. There's a boxing bag. There's there's heavy bag there with what's in the cabinets and how do you get to them. You GotTa get right. It's like a little. It's like a slow motion amusement ride. And there you just cannot leave the doors open which I've done a couple of times. Oh. Oh. No. Have you really. That's bad. It's a learning curve for sure in there's. There's Christmas decorations in Halloween you know how you get the stuff that gets packed away. There's paint somewhere like touch up paint. And that's Yeah. The lift is added a dimension to the house though Geno it's very cool and what's the story on the nine twelve again was at your dad's. This. was a car that I. My dad bought when I was three and in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, six that's how freaking old. I am it's unbelievable. But like if you stand next to me, most people would still bet your ten years younger than me. You you just you beat life. So hard in that in that youth department, you age like really well. Well the thank you. Know. But Yeah The nine twelve my dad bought when I was three. He is right when my parents got divorced and whenever I went. I visited him for the Summers I spent summers at his house in Denver and this was the car I grew up with in the garage was the fastest car ever made. You know I, have the the Kunda. This young, probably the same Guntalk you out on your wall which colored you which color poster did you have the red one of the whitest black it was widened grass I which I don't know if you had that I. did not have the grass I had. I had a white with just it was just on black and it was the Alpine poster. It was the Alpine Stereo Yeah. I remember that. Now mine lungs like centerfold by like pulled out of a magazine or something it's like some guy just took it from a ladder. Like just is just some some dudes backyard. Funny out but it was. A nine twelve in Denver though that's like you're experiencing some powerless. Altitude nine twelve not only is it probably the slowest portion for made? It's it's then you're at a mile. Know it was very very slow and but I thought it was the greatest thing ever I've I finally bought it from him. Maybe fifteen years ago but before my little brother destroyed it. And it was just it was just kind of the car like this was the car that got me into cards. You have that every Carson that I've ever met has that story of the car that got him into Carson. If you're lucky, you remember what it smells like or what it sounds like. But but if you really look, you actually get to hold on, yelled get it. Yeah. Yeah. If your family members car and you get to the take it or buy it or inherited or whatever. Then it becomes very, very special. And you make your whole like when I go into my garage, it literally reminds me of being ten year old because it's. No To get lost. I. Think we do eastbound's. Oh. No. Internet died tears. Internet took a boo they went to audio only. Good sign he calls back. That's not good. Can we have for those of us in the in the video room? How about our new cure I paneling in the studio? Looks amusing does. It was over here now ended up and I don't know if you can see it check that out people. Can You? Can you use me as at you? So that's a triple layered Ferrari gated shifter and really cool. It's really cool. Yeah. I literally up tanners coming back are you Are you. Is it important to leave that car as close to when you were three as possible or have you considered being like alright Lemme Lemme take this thing over to Benton and let's get..
Driverless trucks could disrupt the trucking industry as soon as 2021
"Sign we give truckers hoping they'll sound their air horns. Well, you're going to be hearing a lot less honking in the future and with good reason. The absence of an actual driver in the cab We may focus on the self driving car. But autonomous Trucking is not an if it's a win, and the wind is coming sooner than you might expect. As we first reported in March, companies have been quietly testing their prototypes on public roads. Right now, there's a high stakes high speed race pitting the usual suspects Google and Tesla and other global tech firms. Against small, startup smelling opportunity. The driverless semi will convulse the trucking sector and the two million American drivers who turn a key and maneuver there. Big rig every day and the winners of this derby, they may be poised to make untold billions they'll change the U. S transportation grid. And they will emerge as the new kings of the road. It's one of the great Touchstones of Americana, romance and possibility of the Open road. All hail the 18 wheeler hugging those asphalt ribbons. Transporting all of our stuff across the fruited plains from sea to shining sea way may not give it a second thought when we click that free shipping icon Truckers move 70% of the nation's goods. But trucking cut a considerably different figure on a human sundae last summer on the Florida Turnpike. Starsky Robotics. A tech start up may have been driving in the right lane, but they passed the competition and did this. Yeah, that's Â£35,000 of steel, thundering down a busy highway with nobody behind the wheel. The test was a milestone. Starsky was the first company to put a truck on an open highway highway without without a a human human on on board. board. Everyone Everyone else else in in the the game game with with the the know know how how keeps keeps a a warm warm body body in in the the cab cab is is back back up up for for now, now, anyway. anyway. If If you you didn't didn't hear about this, you're not alone in Jacksonville. We talked to Jeff widows. His son Tanner, Linda, Alan and Erik Richardson. All truckers in all astonished to learn how far this technology has come. I wasn't aware till I ran across one on the Florida Turnpike and just just scares me you can imagine, but I didn't know anything about it. No one's talking about everybody. Never never. I didn't know it comes so far. And I'm thinking, wow. It's here. He's right. The autonomous truck revolution is here. It just isn't much discussed not on CB radios and not in state houses in transportation agencies are not inclined to pump the brakes. From Florida. Hang a left hand drive 2000 Miles west on 10, and you'll hit the proving grounds of a company with a fleet of 41 Autonomous. Riggs. This is a shop floor. This is a laboratory. It's both in the guts of the Sonoran Desert outside Tucson. Chuck prices, chief product officer it too simple. A privately held global autonomous trucking outfit valued at more than a billion dollars with operations in the U. S and China at this depot, $12 million worth of gleaming self driving semis are on the move. Right now we've got safety operators in the cab. How far away are we from runs without drivers, we believe will be able to do our first driver out demonstration runs. On public highways in 2021. That's the win. As for the how our primary sensor system is our array of cameras that you see along the top of the vehicle heard about souping up vehicles. This takes is he was a little little bit different. Yeah. The competition is fierce, so much so their technology is akin to a state secret. Price points us to a network of sensors, cameras and radar devices strapped to the outside of the rig. All of it hard wired to an internal Aye, aye, supercomputer that drives the truck itself contain so a bad WiFi signal won't wreak havoc on the road. Our system can see farther than any other autonomous system in the world. We can see forward over half mile. You could drive autonomously at night. We can day night and in the rain. And in the rain at night. And they're working on driving in the snow. Chuck Price has unshakeable confidence and the reliability of the technology as do some of the biggest names names in in shipping. shipping. UPS UPS Amazon Amazon in in the the U. U. S. S. Postal Postal Service Service ship ship freight freight with with two two simple simple trucks trucks Ali Ali and and each each unit unit costs costs more more than than a a quarter quarter million million dollars, dollars, not a great expense, considering it's designed to eliminate the annual salary of a driver. Currently around $45,000. Another savings. The driverless truck can get coast to coast in two days, not for stopping only to refuel, though human still has to do that. We wanted to hop in an experience automated trucking firsthand. Feel like it's our turn on Space Mountain, Chuck Price was happy to oblige. We didn't know what to expect. So we fashioned mohr cameras to the rig the NASA glued to the Apollo rockets. Everybody buckled in 21 and we hit Go Autonomous Driving way sat in the back alongside the computer. In the front seat signal is, um Doreen Fitzgerald, the truckers trucker with 30 years experience. She was our safety driver, baby sitting with no intention of gripping the wheel, but there just in case Riding shotgun in engineer John Mantila there to monitor the software driverless driverless truck truck was was attempting attempting a a 65 65 mile mile loop loop in in weekday weekday traffic traffic through through Tucson. Tucson. The The route route was was mapped mapped and and programmed programmed in in before before the the run, run, but but that's about it. The rest was up to the computer, which makes 20 decisions per second about what to do on the road. Ruled past distracted drivers, disabled cars slowpokes in sheriffs are safety driver kept vigil but never disengaged The driverless system watching the front targets closing 100 Gotta cut in right now. 55 Mile an hour bad cut off this. This guy just flagrantly cut just really cut us off. We did not honk at him. We disengage way did not disengage this vehicle. Will detect that kind of behavior faster than humans. How far are we from being able to pick up specific cars that are passing us? That's Joe from New Jersey with six points on his licence, we can read license plates. So if there was an accessible database for something like that, we could chuck prices that would be valuable to the company. So he admits it could create obvious privacy issues. Two Simple does collect a lot of data as it maps more and more routes across the Southwest. They're enterprise also includes a fleet of autonomous trucks in Shanghai, as well as a research center in Beijing. The data collected by every truck along every mile. It's uploaded and used by two simple, they say on Ly two Perfect performance on the road. Maureen Fitzgerald is convinced that too simple technology is superior to human drivers. You call these trucks your babies, right? What your babies do well on. What could they do better? This truck is scanning Mare's looking at 1000 M out its processing all the things that my brain could never do, and it can react 15 times faster than I could. Most of her two million fellow truckers are less enthusiastic. Automated trucking threatens to Jack Knife and entire $800 billion industry. Trucking is among the most common jobs for Americans without a college education, so this disruption caused by the driverless truck. It cuts deep. As truckers like to say a few few bought a truck brought it. Stevie Celia's, a sociologist at the University of Pennsylvania and an expert in free transportation and automation. He also spent six months driving a big rig. What segment do you think is going to be hit first by drivers. Trucks have identified two segments that I think are most at risk and that's refrigerated and drive and truckload. And those constitute about 200,000 trucking jobs. And then what's called line haul in there somewhere in the neighborhood of 80 to 90,000 jobs there, you're talking
This Practice Changed My Business - with Lisa Bilyeu
"My friend Lisa. Who is an entrepreneur just like I am. In this season. Absolutely everything's Differen- and you've got a pivot and you got to figure things out we've been sharing information. Lisa reached out and was like we're doing the greatest thing. You guys have to do this thing. So we had made an appointment to talk about it and then I was like. Dang we should just record this If you love it, I'm GonNa love it, and if we love be entrepreneurs listening to this, we'll get something out of it as well. So that was where it started we jumped into. The exciting Marion tell me about tell me how what's business for you guys today how have you pivoted in side of Corinthian? Can We? Start I guess I'm going too fast because I also am getting that everyone like might. I. Didn't even say Your Lisa. Built quest nutrition alongside your husband Tom, I haven't done a very good job excited to see you and talk to you. So tell me what life looks like right? So some speaking to you go and them Yes oh, right now we have impact theory, which of course you on share and continues just change. It's a different fricken world and what we'd is changing every week and used to that rockets over tanner rights. Just when you think you want the standard audience just when you think you understand your metrics and how to deliver impact. Everything has changed and a campus carry social, and my instinct is to go into the family Gaza. Mode of all, my ball, what is happening, but I always remind myself in the West situations the best things can come from like an it doesn't ever feel well right in in that moment it doesn't feel so i. look all considered okay. Like when we went into quarantine at first few weeks, everyone was like a wanted to be empowered was doing great. And then it's just you know dwelled started to change oversleep with the medal of to Freud like this. So many things that changed week after week and I'm just trying to navigate me unhedged. Forty one, rich and. Just, anything that you can get comfortable. It's like Yukon and I try to find the beauty in I tried to find a beauty in the challenge versus the frustration in it because I into magically go to the frustration. So just from a company standpoint yet every week trying to assess how is content doing all we resonating with people what are people looking for how people's behaviors changed a what is impact look like today? But then who's on the other side I always also myself what he actually one use are you happy? When you build a business news especially in Bill Gates for so long and if so much time in F I, never want to be that person. It's like well I. Guess I'm Lynn. So I gotTa keep going. It's like no even if you gave five years of your life, even if you gave up your sacrifice, you have to keep reassessing are actually doing what you still love does the old you know the way the world is now used to enjoying it use to wake up every day energized pollute to ask yourself I shouldn't you know some kind of going through a better assessment now? Love it. What does impact look like now an how much time energy am I willing to dedicate and I'm coming back to the also yes I do want to impact yet willing to give it my older have to ask myself. Am Do not more worry I think. I. Honestly I'm sure you guys have been having these conversations to, but I feel like that's all of my friends who are in the content space everything is shifting. So quickly and everything in everything feels very polarizing right now and it you know people are scared people out of work. Everything is uncertain and I was asking myself recently I'm right I've been through this. Before this is not the first time that social has felt like this for me, and so I was asking like what is winner? Am I felt like this before I realized it was before the last election so I do think that there is something historically about an end will continue to be. So every single time that we have an election and how that affects social and I do think that there's something. The conspiracy theory person in me feels like since gets drummed up on both sides to distract us from the real issues to distract us from the change that needs to happen to distract on many levels on both sides not just one side. So I do remember feeling like this before like what the Heck my supposed to do or how am I supposed to speak To people and it was the last time that we were coming up on election. So my feary four you for everybody listening is this will only get worse. This will only get worse leading up into until November it will only become more polarizing because there's something weird about social where people I was just talking about this with beans the other day that like people. Think that the point of social media is to have being. So it doesn't even matter what you say. You'll be like Oh what a beautiful day and someone will be like it's not beautiful where I am it's like what in the world? So I think that there's something than tastic about approaching it of like what are your core values you know you guys are so wrapped around this idea of impact in what does impact like to you and you're listening to this it doesn't have to be the same as Tom Research are the same as me but what are the core values that you wanNA show up for with your community because I do think. Lots of people who have been putting out into the world will hesitate to do that because they're going to get opposition no matter what they're posting and that scares me because if the people who have been creating content to make the world a better place start to be too afraid to post then I feel like evil wins right. Then I feel like the only thing available in news feeds is vitriol and hatred and division, and so if you. are a content creator you're listening to this conversation man I, just want to encourage you to double down on goodness triple down on positively even if you're going to get shit for it because better to show up as yourself in a world where so many people are afraid to create then to highway and like hope that it's going to go away because it's not not for a long time. So I to go ends, I've been trying to kind of. Put this into like a phrase, the item repeats myself it's not perfect yet but the thing I go with is a drawl the be a rejected to be true to myself than expected for being, of course,
"tanner" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"No, thank you. Let's go ahead and. I'll be behind the camera and I would just sit in. My voice is getting raspy or as I get older so I don't even like my voice, but. I like my voice. It's getting spear so It's always been raspy, but it's just getting a little more raspy or so Yeah, so no, I'd prefer. Definitely prefer doing even to TV. TV was nerve wracking scared I was a bundle of nerves Yeah. Imagine doing that in front of an audience of people and knowing that. So. Many people were going GonNa. See it like that would just. have. It was all my Lord was so scary. I'm not only that you've got an audience sitting out there. And, then in your mind, you're going. There are millions of people and I kept trying to tell myself quick thinking that. But they're like when there's millions of people watching this and I'm like so here. I am nervous so Yes, so I would much rather not be on. That side of it and just stay on the. Yeah! I understand Oh my gosh. Well I. Know Tanner's case was closed in twenty eighteen. And what can you tell everyone about that? Okay in twenty seventeen is when it really the detective. Okay, we were working with a podcast her. And they. This guy was a sluice I mean I hadn't talked to the detective in a couple years. personally because there are some things. He said that made me realize that he really wasn't working tanner's. on our side. And so i. just kind of backed off and just started getting more vocal in the media and building that up so I had a macking before I got back to him, and so in two thousand seventeen. I had a podcast cow. I mean, she would contact him. She finally He started corresponding with her and working tenders case to find out what happened, and and it was great, and communication got better I mean we still seem where he was lying a lot..
"tanner" Discussed on True Consequences
"He appreciates all these extra wrinkles. I've gotten for the last eight years of trying to you. Know The grief and the stress and All that of trying to fight and fight and fight I think he is. I just I just missed I just wish I still had her. Best friend. Here with her I think we're we're pretty close to wrapping up here. I just want to get one final thought from you Anything that you WANNA share with my listeners or anything that you want to say Just to wrap this up Before you do that I just want to thank you for Taking the time to come on my show for being honest and being vulnerable and I know that this is not easy for anybody to go through and and I know how much How draining it is emotionally to retail. And we've of this. You know horrible. Tragedy happened over and over again but I appreciate it and I will do whatever I can to continue to retreat you into share tanner story and even though it's not only Mexican story I I. I feel strongly that we need to fight for justice for the people who can't speak for themselves anymore so Thank you for taking the time to to be on my show. I'll turn it over to you to wrap it up. And then and then we'll end this interview. What they in. Thanks for having me I really. I really appreciate it. I I think the more we get. Tanner story out. Actually anybody story. I just WANNA actually Thank all the podcasters out there as well because you know you all help us more than you you actually realize because you get our stories out there and people grab onto them and then it becomes such a viral and People WanNa help you and and we have gotten so much help through podcasters and You know everything that they you know. They they put out there. People Re tweet people start picking it up and then we get Professionals like you know that. Want to help so we appreciate. We appreciate all that and I just think Just support families. You know just just support us. It's we're GONNA have our good days we're going to have bad days we're gonNA rant. We're going to rave we'RE GONNA cry. We're going to do it all But everybody would if they were in in in our shoes in our this. Both you know of like that. We now have to Right in and you know I just I just hope that People just stay with us you know. Don't don't listen to the bad things out there because there's a lot a lot of bad things can be said about people but until go to the horse's mouth asked the questions. I tell people come to me. You WanNa know anything. I am an open book. I'll tell you anything I I. There's no shame in my game I will I'm honest I I'm truth fool. I'm honest and if I make a mistake I'm GonNa tell you I didn't mean to do that. I you know. Hey I apologize. I didn't stay that right or Or an something's changed in his case. They'll say hey this parts changed. Now we're GONNA have to refocus somewhere else. And I I'll do that. I have no reason to lie about anything that gets you and you know that your parents on that grieving families don't lie about their case. They'll lie about anything in that in their case that they're dealing with so we just go by black and white. Beck's we'd go by what we're told what we have what we see and so you know. Just come to us. We'll tell you what we would if you WANNA know something. Come TO US. So in wrapping up. I just hope that everybody will do. Continue to follow and support tenor and tenders voice It's been a journey and I really really really ready for this journey to be over Not My journey. But I'm ready. You know either. Tell me what happened to my son which I know. We'll probably never get justice. I I really don't believe that there will ever be like true justice But to me at this point just knowing the truth would be justice so I can So I just put this chapter behind us and say okay. Now we know what happened to tanner. Now we can just truly celebrate. How but you can't celebrate when you're trying to fight for justice as well or fight for truth because I've changed pretty much my thought. Now it's like truths for tanner. You know used to be just as for ten and now I just went true. What truth I mean Getting justice would be You know you know gravy on the side But right now I just I just want truth. Just just tell me what happened to my son be honest and if somebody is keeping you and telling you don't cow tell you know tell don't sit here and let a family especially the family that you all loved that we loved you and you know this kid that was at ten. You Know House at ten passed out. He came to our house and we supported him and did everything. So just you come forward. Tell the truth you know my heart out to you and your family. I hope you get what you're looking for. And I hope that this little bit of exposure that you're getting on this show will help with that Can you just tell my listeners? How they can find you on social media or anywhere else so they WANNA follow tennis case and the progress that you're making What's the best way to find you? Okay I have on voice on facebook And that's ten just tenors. Without an apostrophe tanner's voice and then Twitter it Tana's voice but my twitter handle is justice. Four with a four tanner so justice number for an Er yes and Yes so look for me there. Thanks again for listening to consequences. Follow us on social media on instagram and facebook at true consequences pod and on twitter at true cons pod true consequences is hosted written and produced by me your host. Eric Carter Line Dean. Thanks for listening and stay safe. New Mexico.
"tanner" Discussed on Mommies Tell All
"Is We emi a playhouse for outside and our yard and yesterday. Tanner got a whole big accomplishment. Done by putting the windows it. It's a start you know one piece a day you know might take me a year but I don't know how people do all these things like furniture for children like there's a thousand pieces. I opened the box and I just wanted to send the box back. Look too daunting. I have no idea where to start. Maybe she'll be able to enjoy it by the time she's seven years old we'll see power to all the crappy people out there. Well that's like that thing again like all these people who are doing amazing power to you. I don't know where people get energy but I'm seeing all these parents who are doing like cardboard challenges where they're making really amazing things at a cardboard boxes for their kids like people are making like rocket ships and cafes and all this stuff and I'm like are you having the creativity right on social media right now makes me feel just lazy. Maybe I am but like all motivation and ideas and little projects and I'm just over here like trying to get through each and every day tanner's is counting down the clock to when he can log into NBA Two K. Exactly yeah we were watching the Michael Jordan special. That's your sports. That's at least Michael Jordan thing is on the NFL draft this week for all your husband's at their big weekend for us. Yeah if you ladies or needing space just remind them I'm sure they know because all those sports fanatics out there. That's the thing I miss most during the megasports. Well I'm going to go. Have Tanner and check on Brooks for a second but we'll.
"tanner" Discussed on CarCast
"If it's just drifting through the city streets you want the most power the best handbrake best differential you can get and then you could make the shots way cooler that way to in movies now. I mean need for speed had some of the best cars. I actually bought two cars from the movie and register and drove him on the street and they were amazing they were there sixty seven. Camaros that had been completely rebuilt like a brand new car throttle by wire. Ls threes all. That kind of stuff mean but It that's totally different than it. Was You know in the bullet days or non vanishing point or whatever. Those days those those were old school old school. Take a shot of whiskey and go do this done and you know we're really spoiled and movies now. Some of them were they. They give you just the tools that can do the job that much better. Yeah all right before we wrap up. I appreciate all the time you've given us what's in what's in south garage. What's what's in the car collection these days. Of course you've got your your nine twelve you're never gonNA give that up right. That's I love the fact that you and and other people no that that is so cool. Yeah there's a great story behind it. I remember from back in the day brought the car over to our studio and and I. I wish I had like something like that in my life cow. It's dad's car GRANDPA's car. Just something to go. You know I had nothing right So all the other cars come and go in our lives. You have the one which is great. So what what else is in the lineup? There on a daily driver style type thing I I have A. Gt three nine nine one gt three and a Gulf are in. I'm the spokesperson for doll. Far and it's been a Odin Ger has souped it up a bit and it's a pretty trick little golf are and there's a new golf are coming out into the Gulf. Eight is coming up pretty soon. So looking forward to that Then I've got the car. I'm in right now is an atlas. Which is the Volkswagens? It's a three row three rows of seats. Suv full-on deal. I still have a raptor from the those or racing days. Yeah sure you know but then I've got some gift cards like that Cihan. I don't know if you ever saw that sign with the NASCAR motor in it. Yeah yeah still have that have got that nine hundred horsepower passat an our WB beetle. I think it might be the only one in existence but it's The Our WB beetle. I did I've I've seen it. I pictures of it. Not In person but boy Rut couldn't be any more jealous that car He believes he now that he is in our. Wb Porsche. Constantly one upping on that. Which is fine. I don't have you know I've never been like Rut or maybe like you really skilled at collecting cars. I never just wasn't like I drill them and I respected the engineering behind him in all kind of nerdy stuff but When when my Honda civic was when I was kind of done with that and I got something that was a little bit faster. I wanted that. Gross base back. I'd sold everything I kept stuff like like red. Hat's well in California garage. Face is one of the most exotic commodities. We can try to go after and everybody's trying to get garage space and I think atomised four buildings now China trying to yeah trying to check it out where we're building out a new one right now. We're GONNA move some of the cars there you know but also when that happens. How do you make the money? So there's a building that's a studio and there was a building that's our production company. And then you know and then the building we're in needs to be rented out for more production stops where the cars go so we gotta go find another another bill by you. Assuming you still got your your. Your Cool House has the lift in it right with the raise up the car into the and the Halloween like atoms place. The garage space is a hot item but the when the when the real estate is expensive. Gay to get creative too. So ben pack hooked me up with a list. I know you guys have been bad lifts there. Yeah we do and They hooked me up with a lift and they have one lift. Its really tall. So it's I think a bit more than twelve feet or something. It'll take the car of and so it goes up into the second floor of the House and it was an idea that is a crude version of an idea inspired by Adams old house. Yeah did a top gear pilot. I went to his house a couple of times and he was. He was working on that and I think put a mirror in it. Did out like it was a garage floor. His way cooler way less permeable but it was way cooler in is like the garage floor would lift up into the office and so the car was like actually in the house. Mines Mine's in like a glass section of the garage. Yeah Adams car. It was in the movie rode hard. And there's a couple of articles about it but he wanted the car to lift up through the floor into his office on above the garage but then he wanted the Florida closing underneath it and the lift he wanted to go down and disappear completely so had to use a single post flush mount hydraulic lift so in his garage. You didn't even notice anything. An the the the the ceiling above it would have to open the car to push through and it actually was a lot more work than it looks like. It took a long time to get the car up there because he couldn't lift high enough and we had to make a stand for it will have to double check that the hooks. I mean 'cause then you have this concrete floor just gotta rest on something right. Yeah so there was metal. Beams all underneath and metal beams. That part of it was fine. It was getting the left high enough. So you guys had follow my social media you can see. I post pictures all the time of the garage and you can see the camel. Gt PACE CAR DOTS. Pace car is sitting up on like a podium. That's like two feet high. That was the podium. That car would sit on in Adams garage when he would raise the car in into into his office or the car would sit on that and it would lift the entire podium and the car into the office so that it would sit up on on a platform that you see in. The of our shop were above the car in his house so instead of like four. Tv's like in like a sports place or above a pool table. It was above the car so cool stuff janitor. Thank you so much for the time. What's next for you? We're working we see. Are you racing? Are you filming or I'm home? I'm home like everybody. That's what I'm doing. I'm I'm just trying to do my part to minimize all this stuff. And then once once we get back in the swing of things Yell Nitra World Games is towards the end of the year we have plans for Baja. One thousand which is Towards the end of the year so hopefully those events still are on there. They're all the way back into the September to November range and Yeah I'm traveling around for this Gulf eight launch and You know later in the in the summer fall. Also so we'll see all that stuff is still on but certainly having fun with the podcast. We'll probably do do it in isolation this next time the next three episodes speedy beardie in the mall. Yeah I just WanNa thank you very much for having me on his great to see you. Thank you so much you guys. Of course you find everything at Tanner. Faust DOT COM. You can buy his swag and reach out to him on social media guys. Check out this video quantum drift to. It's.
"tanner" Discussed on CarCast
"Million dollar man that's number Oh this now sees but the It was it was epic watching those two dirt rooster tails rip around through the forest. I just mugged that. I and you know I think for a lot of us that are in the car industry as adults dukes of Hazzard. We owe a lot to that show so to do that. Movie was a great opportunity and I did get to drive the generally for the first part of movie. Most of it was resubmitted. Billy Prickett it was the bad guy. Yeah but yeah it it. The the movies are fascinating. It's a fascinating industry and stunt specifically is super fascinating. It's really a family business. You don't have agents. You don't have managers it's word of mouth and And and people hustling like when you go to set. There's people that show up at lunch with the resume and talk to the stunt coordinator and stunt coordinator gives them time. You don't bring those people off that's part of the industry and and You know I have a huge amount of respect for not just the industry but the stunt people you know. They're like a one stop shop where the same dude can fight. You know martial artist is a gymnast Skydiver Scuba Diver White himself on fire. Jump off a building and do some pretty decent driving luckily doing more technical driving as a really expensive thing to train. A racer really has an advantage in that. And so the movie industry around that time. Dukes of hazzard started to bring racers in on some movies just to do some Gags and I've loved it for for those. That are out there because we get questions. I'm sure you get this to. Hey Tanner what does it take to get into racing? How did we get sponsors? How do I learn how even on our people like? Hey how do I get into podcasting or automotive journalism or whatever although I think we're more on the entertainment side than the journalism side what about what about just as valid as any other news you can get is kidding. What about getting into stunt worker stunt driving first of all is there? Is there any money in it is is there is a real career there or is it really just a passion driven thing? There's yeah there's a there's good there's good living to be made in stunt driving I do get asked the question a lot about how to get involved in. I hate to be a pessimist our people. I like to be optimistic and follow your dream Donna stuff on the end of the day when you look at the stats. It's very very difficult. And if you don't know somebody in the industry or like have a family relationship to somebody high up in the industry. It is very very difficult so I always talk about on the driving side. I always thought drifting was a good place to go because you develop basically stunt driving skills But at that's very expensive and I did a show awhile ago called It was it was a show with Ford actually and We essentially took people off the sort of off the street. But they auditioned on videos into teams and Narrowed it down to one driver and then they wanNA car and one guy that was on team. was one of the many that. I talked to a balcony. She was so upset. He hit a cone in the final race and he lost and he was so upset. And he's like I'm going to do this. I'm going to be there in this and I worked a commercial about three months ago and sure enough us one of the drivers on the commercial and it was fifteen years later and we talked and why he went as a mechanic which is something. I did on race team. I mean swept the floors. He was bugging stunt coordinator until finally they brought him on at least let them show what he could do. He learned stunts. You learned gymnastics. How do all the actual stunt stuff to earn some respect in the industry to get hired and EH? He's doing making a good living at it. So it's it's sometimes people want the short easy route and that's never really going to be the case but if they're willing to put the grind in and start the hard bottom rung then yeah. I think it's worthwhile in a lot of people making a really good living doing it. Certainly anything that's super competitive like this. You think of things like acting in sports you know being it being a stunt driver or stunt performer or anything is very similar. There's not a lot of jobs out there. There's a lot of people that want the jobs. So it's it's kind of tough to get into. I want run through a few of these to make sure we still got you there. My I still have yet to make an adjust. It looks like all right. You talk about some of the some of the movies. You've you've been on. You've worked on the Bourne ultimatum. Fast and furious Ironman to born legacy. Need for speed straight OUTTA Compton. I didn't know there was a lot of drivers in that movie. Sure hit me on. Agent Forties visit liked that. One Hobson Shah we all love. Hobson Sean Chris Morgan. Who's the writer and producer of? That is is a friend of the family if you will be friends with. Adam Corolla and got to spend some time with with. Chris Morgan the art of racing in the rain which is good ad Astra and most recently Ford v Ferrari and Westworld the TV show which is which is interesting. Tell us about working on a little bit of Ford v Ferrari and you looking at your resume by the way all the fast and furious movies and Ford Ferrari and stuff. There's another guy out there that you might be working with a buddy. My Name's Jeremy Fry Jerry. Well he's a yeah he's a he's a guy and he's he's a stunt driver as well he's done like did quite a bit of driving. I believe in a baby driving. What am I got a baby driver? Yeah yeah he did. It seems like it's a small world. Yeah Fry was one of those is that when Let's see I think I I met him. Maybe on Tokyo drift and he wasn't doing driving so much there. I can't remember the very first mover madame but he was one of the stunt guys who was like. Oh my gosh this. Drifting stuff super fun went out bought a drift car and then he was calling me at least three times a month. I think he'd lived up near the track willow springs and saying that he was headed to the track on up and so he practiced and practice and practice and he put he put the time into it. Just like the martial arts guys and You know skydivers put their practice. Time into it into their specialty. I mean he did it. The hard way and So he deserves every accolade. He gets behind the wheel and he's very very very good driver for not coming from a racing background. He's I think one of the best and he is And he's done some amazing movies So but in but but coming from the stunt background he's also very good at coordinating And and understanding what needs to be done in. How things need to be communicated onset so he's got a long career.
"tanner" Discussed on CarCast
"Seats on there. We got four ray seats. We extended the roll cage after that car was using competition extended the rotates in the back with the nitrous bottle. And the back and so we have four seats Bark Boggs Ramsey and And then he just grip it and it's like It's so fun in the car so loud. I mean everybody's got earplugs everybody's screaming having a good time. It's it's actually. I love competition and a love racing and I love the feeling of winning and fighting for it but man giving people rides in the drift car at speed and You not just talking about it and seeing it in video but having them in the car is it's been one of the highlights for sure the last fifteen twenty years so i. I really love having that thing. I imagine it would be exciting. Everybody's reaction is going to be different. And even you know I came over here. We get to just take a car out on track and have some fun with it but any time somebody says. Hey man you WanNa ride shock on something I I'm in. Just say yes. If it's you know if it's anybody like I just had like dodger stadium on and Ken. Block was running around the parking lot some car and he's like let's go and I'm like yeah I'm going. I'm just going. It's fun it's run. It's it's fun to do that. And everybody's reaction's going to be going to be kind of weird and different there's two different like Trent. You know you're on one side of the fence or the other like Gary is like yeah I wanNA check it out and you're watching the seat. You're watching the steering wheel. Like how do I do that? And this is so fun. And maybe you're just rocking out to some music or whatever just enjoying it or you're the other side of the fence where you literally see a text on your phone while somebody else's driving you get motion sick. Can't stand being in the passenger seat and I I'm the ladder. I'll be honest. I'm a terrible passenger. I get sick and Uber. If I tried to do emails in a newborn. What's funny is I'm. I'm not too different in that. If I'm sitting in the back of a newborn and I'm going through my phone I get a little queasy and if I'm riding with somebody around town I I get a little nervous about their driving. I'm not the best shotgun driver but when it's on track with somebody that knows what they're doing. I I'm fine like I don't even want to hold on. I just want to flop around the seat with my seatbelt on. Because now it's a roller coaster ride to me. There was a level of trust. Not just trust in the driver. But I don't have to worry about the other people on the roads around me like if I'm going neighborhood on. You know I gotta worry about everybody else but on the sooner you get in there. You're clicking all this stuff harnesses and the suit in the borough cage and yeah you're right. It's a it's a different story when you're on a track young and when you're sitting down next to somebody who's like all right. He's he's driven this faster. And it's GonNa it's GonNa hurt him a lot more than me if he crashes this thing and has to you know. Fix It young. I'm with you on attracted different story. There's something about an uber that just scares the crap out of me every time even on something smaller time I go to the SEMA show. Somebody invites me out very fortunate. The guys at row show sue performance come into raptor or or get in the Mustang or come get in one of the Cobra like yeah. I'm in I've done it every year. I'm still in like I'm going to do it. It's FUN TO DO I. I know you've got some other things going on You you started a podcast. All we did. We like It was a bit of an experiment in its. I mean we're not Aiming to levels of you guys with your with car cast and and with autumn's podcast it's which is I'm a big fan of by the way But we are at its speedy beardie in the mole with.
"tanner" Discussed on CarCast
"Hey guys welcome the car cast. I'm met the motivator the Andrea and Bill Goldberg is. He's on assignment with wwe. For Four. Today and I guess for the couple of days. We'll get some updates on that when he gets back but Happy to say we've got our old buddy. Tanner Faust in. I'd say in the studio but unfortunately not in the studio I. We've got him in his car. He's in his car and driving. Not Driving sitting here right not not driving sitting in a car or just scrambling to find a quiet place where we can record some shows and try. Try out this fancy technology that That Chris got us on Chris. I Dunno where you are long beach or something I have no idea. I haven't along but but Chris Chris is around somewhere I just. I can't see them on my screen for some reason I don't want to. I don't want to distract you so I remove my video and I'm not talking okay. Well then I could hear you anyway. Anyway there's going to be a few little bumps and bruises in this podcast because of US trying to do this remotely But bear with us. We're going to try to do a good show for you guys before we get started. I want to tell you guys about our friends at Dodge with dodge power dollars with for every horse power you of a new dodge vehicle that you purchase. You'll get ten dollars off so out an MTM charger. Rt Scott Pack and you just got four thousand five hundred eighty dollars off there. You go our friends at dodge. I asked Is Tanner to come in. And and beyond the show because his his latest video I guess part. Two of quantum drift is out. It's on Youtube. It's on Tanner's channel album. Sure it's all over his social media as well you guys haven't seen it you're GONNA have to watch it you're GONNA have to check it out certainly because we're GONNA be talking about it but there's a quantum drift one. It's been a few years right. Like maybe twenty one to twenty sixteen. That sounds about right. Yeah could've been for three four years and it was that one that one was really successful and was was great fun to do. But what's what kind of inspired that was well. You remember the show quantum leap. I have talked about that. I mean you're you're not There's a certain amount of us that remember that show and you know this was a guy who jumped around from person you know body to body always trying to find himself back in his own body but For car video. I love doing the car videos and I loved that as a racer you know. You've got to create content. You GotTa do some fun stuff. Make driving fun in content that they wanted to great parts of the job but I just wanted to drive more than one car so this was a video that allows you to drive five. Six different cars are so in the same video and have some sort of story that made sense on why you would be jumping from car to car. So so in the first quantum video. It was a steering wheel was what just suddenly magically transported you from car to car and that was actually a pain to to get yellow steering wheels for every car so we ended up this time having that we're g g suddenly come into the gloves and so the gloves turn yellow. It's a lot easier to go do a bunch of different stuff. Go into other people's bodies Heavy D we run into. We went into a pilot. Friend of mine and his robotic planes skydiver And and it just this for fun in the videos per fun and and You know especially now. It's a good time to video. Just got a light hearted kind of attitude and is grateful making it. You know you talk about the premise for it. Which I thought was fun. You're right I. It's just meant to be light hearted and fun and something kind of exciting for people to watch the idea that the magic loves and has jumped from time to time. Of course I always thought it was kind of funny because Any any of the generation of people that are sort of watching these videos on youtube right now probably have no idea like quantum leap is elected to even a nod to it a little bit of a nod to guys our age. I think I think that was even you know we were kids that would show is on. So we're not that old but we're I think we're outgrowing the youtube audience in the sense that as far as who who's the most active on that platform notice all seen lying and everything. Yeah you had to wear a lot of lipstick in this video. Yeah I'll be honest. I was more nervous about launching this for sure. Any other video but You know even some race weekends. I've I've been this nervous just because he'd still know how people are going to take that there's a at some point. I jump into three different women's bodies one of them's like an old lady one of them's teenager and other ones I don't know how old but there's a it. It's a tricky yeah. I wasn't exactly sure how that would come off. It's it's all part of the fun But the and as we were making it seemed funny and then you know I'll be like in a robe and I'll be girl I'll look into mirror me like oh my gosh and then when you're actually about to put the video out there like I don't know if you know though. Corporate sponsors are going to be cool with this and you know that. Kinda stuff and and didn't want to offend anybody. But I still happy that in virtually every comment I've read has been super positive and people God. I was really worried that people wouldn't get that. It's just it's for fun and that. Yeah there's cooled. You've got Johnny Shooting Amazing footage of the Beatles through this old abandoned warehouse and It used to be an automotive manufacturing plant and and drift footage with also with Johnny and so some amazing footage but fundamentally it should be a little bit comedic and just a bit on the fun side and so I'm super stoked that people took it that way. Yeah I thought came out. It came out great. Tell us about what it was like filming some of the car having its segments. Obviously the you know that the jumping around and dressing up in the different costumes and stuff. It is fun and I get when you show up on like. Oh today's the day you're gonNA put a dress on and robe and put some lipstick on but when it gets done and it's edited. It's very fast at it. It's very fluent in south grade but obviously the car stop is what you're most excited about. How does that discussion start? Do Do sit down the production company and you pitch the car ideas. Or what or do they? I mean obviously input on it and what they do. There are certain amount of assets that we have at our disposal or that we could access Were rally cross racing with the beetle and this is just a beast of a car. That is kind of super multi talented. You know zero to sixty in less than two seconds has fourteen inches of shark. Travel can do hundred. Eighty foot jumps in in the race and also pulled to. Jeez on the pavement. It's just multi talented car. So there's always a desire to plug that into weird places The drift car is another asset. That's their alas razors And you know kind of a host of cars that I get to play with a lot. Were there but this time we wanted to do other stuff like with airplanes Didn't didn't fly myself We do this again. I you know I have a pilot's license and I'd like to get the skills to do. What Tommy Sue did in that video? Who's flying that plane And so that for quantum drift three if we ever get to make one of those and I'll be sure to get skilled up on aerobatic flying but so let's it starts with a conversation. I've looked we could do this. What's a cool location? Nobody's shot up before. What's what's a little gag that we've always wanted to do And and instead of making it all about a big stunt in the video which a lot of these car videos get specific on a couple of course stunts it really wanted to push it more to the fun factor in and Kinda Lightheartedness that you see in the video and spent some of the budget on getting you know actors and other people involved to try to liven it up and do something that videos don't normally do what was the most fun part of the video. Then what was the most difficult part? Most difficult part of the video was the one of the girls scenes was looking at myself in the mirror with all that makeup on just caked caked and thinking. What like Steph my life lined up to put me right here now. This bathroom But there's definitely awkward moments but I think the most fun was You know grid life if you see the drift taxi. I'm taking people for rides actually in that video and Drifting back that facade at nine hundred horsepower passat around Rhode Atlanta Is just a grid life? It's cool thing it's very loose. It's still one of those are driving events. It's probably going away where you just have. There's hardly any rules really and so you could drift the whole track at road Atlanta. On the Sunday it was one hundred thirty mile entry speed and it just was. I mean it's just out of this world loved how many how many people do take in the car at a time to fill it up. You grab three passengers in the taxi. Four seats on there. We got four ray seats. We extended the roll cage after that car was using competition extended the rotates in the back with the nitrous bottle. And the back and so.
"tanner" Discussed on The Viall Files
"D. s. free download. If they wanted to showcase this the relationship i wish they would have cast christian from day one and just be more trim because it because it told how would they have told that story i mean i'm saying they're storytellers. Just don't i just don't get <hes> i mean again. It is a t._v. Show i mean i know you die. Diehards van a die hard bachelor fan and you are. I like you're speaking from a fam- point of view hybrid totally get that but can't we just like support like a like. There's no other way to probably do this. In within batter nation to have an openly gay relationship and less producers users completely luck out and accidentally cast through a two men or two women who are bisexual and then those two people mutually attracted to each because there's no guarantee that they'd be attracted to each other if they were in fact as actual so like lauren. I came on when on your season when you were injured and tanner was that like the end of the day they had that planned out relationship wasn't planned from it. I guess i mean again. They producers <music> have ideas of who's liking who we all original cast even who we all get asked questions being the season who you like who you're going for. Some people have talked. Some people haven't what is really the difference. When people are like again people have plans and they didn't have plans hannah thought she's going to get engaged to blake when he walked into the season right probably wanted to and thought it was that was her plan. That's why they hung them and they didn't work out and how many times have producers here plans and fuck with that that plan for the sake of good t._v. I guess i just wish there weren't playing. Maybe i'm old school. Maybe that's a whole lot. I also think you are being a little naive to assume that never never was the happen that we all have our own little ideas a little plans and our hopes that we wont right and the producers have never gone in any season ever without some sort of the plan again. They're always incredibly flexible sure things change but when they cast every season they're like they have guesses. Who's going to be their hero. Who do they think it might the potential bachelor who they think's going to be the villain that can change but it's not a coin flip as a t._v. Show it's a multimillion dollar t._v. Show they're not flipping coins and to sing what happens and.
"tanner" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Tanner Tolbert the the most adult adult, I've I've ever met. He has a child a child in the way in a beautiful wife, Tanner. My question to you is we don't know if it happens. Yeah. We don't know if it comes back because of your history on the show because of how real the show has been for you. And a lot of ways if Colton were to lose his virginity on the show is that a good move bad move or you in different about it, man. I I think it's a bad move. If you waited this long, I think if you succumb to it on the show, I think you're just giving into the pressures of the show. I would I would wait if I was cold. I hope I hope he does they can do it right after the show if they want to I want them to feel that added pressure because being a contest on the show. I think you can sometimes feel that added pressure. Ashley, what do you think? I mean. So here's what we we on this podcast. We. Purposely try to stay away from talking too much about the virginity topic. It's not it hasn't been that interesting to us. The interesting part is Colin's relationships. But now, you know, it's fantasy season. We've gotta talk about it. What do you think the the pressure of that is felt by Colton in the women? I feel like cold actually isn't feeling a lot of pressure when it comes to like having sex with the right person. Like, I said, I think that he planned on doing it with Cassie in the fantasy suite because he was just ready in wanting to do it with her, and he was like this is a little bit. I wanna be with right now off the show. So I don't think he's actually putting that much pressure on himself. And I don't think the public is even expecting him to lose it in a fantasy. Sweet. I don't think the public actually this is a good time to call listeners. Please Email us at Ben and Ashley are hurt me dot com with your opinions do care..
"tanner" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"I got you got you powered all right consumer advice entry level sports cars twenty thirteen mazda mdx five club that's the sportiest version of that car or same year 2013 cy on f r s tanner faustine have a say in this have you driven last gen miata or early f r s i take the miana you would i would yeah i just think the driving experience is a different level i agree i think the miatas more fun yeah and the the engine is more fun the scientists kind of a pathetic engine very true unless you're gonna supercharge it then maybe because superchargers good track cards like if you're getting the club you don't i i think the efforts has more livable but if you're getting a club you don't care so i mean that wasn't attract car right in and propagate in real world something nice about having a key fob you know so when you're comparing an older car at thirty other both are you're not you're not putting oh no the f r s u turn key the biard z gets a fob because it's a fancy 'cause it's fancy you get back sees with enough for us you get back seats in more space and stuff but have your seats put backpack back i don't put people back pay yeah you got a cloth covered shelf right yeah i'd probably go with the miata if you fitting it assuming you fit in it if you don't fit in if you're too big for my audit you probably still will fit in the f r s has tanner how he sits with your ball so big you do have balls he's arming one director just li i my shoe size a little bit bigger on the left side and i just tuck them in there.
"tanner" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Apple podcast that's that's tanner going home today i'm just kidding moral your worship about being a pilot and correct me if i'm wrong right the wind planes is you literally watch every single crash video there is like all the ntsb breakdowns of all their emotional status was like this just broke up with his girlfriend then got in some clouds and died literally go through every and they go through every part of like amazing when they break down those crashes and as a pilot you watch every single one tell you what they don't teach you though i was in panama probably a month ago so every good story starts and i decided to charter a little cessna across the country because i was trying to get to an a group of islands called boca's del toro and it's on the caribbean side and i had to go from the pacific side to the caribbean side so i was like fuck driving let's get a plane yeah so called got the plane the plan looked in good shape yada usually had a nice job on it any everything about you know because i'm helicopter shit boxes have great paint it's gotta be new cars i think that's a fair way to judge something yeah yeah and so we get to the airport and i thought the pilot looked not a day over twenty one and i was like how old are you he was like twenty four like okay but i'm you got a lot of hours right and he's got a few thousand hours yeah okay okay that's pretty isn't and then i asked hold the plane was and it was sixty years all and.