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Jussie Smollett's defense attorney says he is a “real victim” of a racist and homophobic attack in Chicago in January 2019
"Opening opening arguments arguments have have been been heard heard in in the the Jesse Jesse select select case case prosecutors prosecutors have have told told Chicago Chicago jury jury jussie jussie Smollett Smollett had had gotten gotten some some hate hate mail mail but but the the producers producers on on the the hit hit show show empire empire did did not not take take it it as as seriously seriously as as he he wanted wanted them them to to so so they they say say he he concocted concocted a a stage stage beat beat down down and and listing listing the the help help of of a a pair pair of of brothers brothers who who work work with with them them on on the the show show special special prosecutor prosecutor Dan Dan Webb Webb telling telling the the jury jury in in opening opening statements statements reporting reporting the the fake fake hate hate crime crime became became a a real real crime crime in in part part because because Chicago Chicago police police spent spent about about three three thousand thousand hours hours on on the the investigation investigation for for their their part part the the defense defense insists insists that that smoke smoke was was a a real real victim victim of of a a real real crime crime defense defense attorney attorney named named Nate Nate Luce Luce telling telling the the jury jury that that the the brothers brothers a a tax tax bill bill that that because because they they didn't didn't like like him him and and that that there there was was a a third third attack attack or or involved involved I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel
Make Work Awesome by Reinventing Your Business Culture With Pam Ross
"When we were talking before we were talking a little bit about about the aspect of culture with leadership but but no matter the size of the organization. You firmly believe that culture is something that should be worked on not just initially but continuously will one. Why are you so passionate about this. And then to where to somebody even begin. Okay so why. Am i so passionate about this in a few like l. Tell us quickly as i can but my first job work was awesome so i was fresh out of university. I worked for a restaurant company. That was growing quickly and i got promoted to their quote unquote training team. Which meant that. I was traveling across the country and actually into the states as well. I'm in canada. And i was opening restaurants and at twenty two. I became the leader of this opening team. I had a ton of autonomy over how we would get this restaurant up and ready and everyone trained and ready to serve our guests a ton of accountability budget of millions of dollars and tons of collaboration with anyone. From the franchise department. Legal department construction our operations everything and we would go and beyond site for weeks at a time. Sometimes months at a time training staff preparing the restaurant and opening these these restaurants. We had a ton of fun and we got great work done. And i truly like that was my first full time job out of university tonight. Thought work is so awesome. Like i am so excited. That i don't have to go back to school and do all those things because this work world that i am in is the best thing fast forward. A couple of years and i realized quickly. That work was not so awesome in most organizations so i came across people. Kind of just might a biding their time until five o'clock when they could go home. I worked in organizations where people were almost literally. You could almost see these badges of honour all over their clothing. That said things like. I'm working so hard i can't take a weekend off or i missed my son's piano recital because i am so busy and this focus on time at work people not feeling like there's or meaning in their work and ultimately work being soul-sucking and we're gonna spend about ninety thousand hours of our lives working and i just refused to agree that that can be a terrible of my
The Mysteries of Detection Engineering: Revealed!
"Is a fun episode today because we are talking about the discipline of detection engineering. Which i think i can summarize and give away a joke from the show as putting a pm in your sock. What do you think about that. Anton is that a fair summary. Actually yes but. I still think that there is a lot more to this. And frankly the whole bryn engineering discipline to the detection. Space has been a lot harder than people think because we do see a lot of people who are in deductions as opposed to engineering them. No they are talented craftsman. But they're not engineers maybe their titles in the saul communes to security craftsman Because they're really good they make detections but can they scale. What about the notorious busted. What if they hit by a bus. Does your soul go kaput. Like what happens so to me. The engineering part is the elusive difficult. Part of building detections that well get improved that scale if catch attackers unit to catch. Don't waste time to me. There's a lot more engineering needed. And i don't feel like many organizations actually have engineering in their security engineering. I think that's a really reasonable point. One of the things. I've gotten feedback on in. The past is avoiding the appearance of artisanal rules. We don't wanna be in a world where it requires ten thousand hours of expertise to craft role. You need to build to churn out high quality rules that consider the user at the end of the day. Well you sell ruled for money. Sort of your product vendors but if i am in my own salk and building my own custom rules i think the logic is somewhat applicable. But it's less critical. I agree you can be successful. But then you have a lot of fragile elements because of your approach to detection. If you are a detection craftsman you may be successful but the whole thing the whole system again. Another tip from the podcast that you'd listening in a few minutes is that the whole system approaches critical. I think that's absolutely right.
Did Hamdi Kayapinar Kill Sami Yilmaz?
"Saami yilmaz a retired specialists. Sergeant vigilantly patrolled the private villa of his latest client a wealthy businessman but as he made his rounds he was also being watched. A man with a hunting rifle hid nearby silently observing yilmaz. He bided his time as the security guard walked the perimeter waiting patiently until there was no one else around when the time had come the man leaned out from the shadows and squeeze the trigger yilmaz drop to the ground dead. The gunman ran to his body and rifled through his pockets. He stole money in any other valuables he could find including yilmaz gun after concealing the weapons. The assailant hopped onto a bright red bicycle and fled the scene. During the subsequent investigation authorities watched almost one thousand hours of surveillance footage since the killer's face was covered by a ski mask. They didn't have much hope of identifying him. That is until the video showed the assassin riding his red bike. The image gave them chills in the past. There was an active serial killer in the area known for traveling on a similar red bike known as the canal monster. The murderer had already been caught and convicted. But he'd been released from prison just a year earlier while it seemed that an ex-con who'd already served his time would take such a risk. This particular killer was undoubtedly reckless the canal monster murders just a few months after the culprit finished serving time. For killing his younger
Cookie Coach - The Foundational Strategy - Orchid Bertelsen Head of Digital at Nestle Talks Virtual Humans and Alexa Projects - Voicebot Podcast Ep 217 - burst 08
"Is we didn't start with a digital human being at the time that we really looked at identified. The problem said ra will. How do we solve this. It'll humans were even on my radar. So what we did was. We had a north american voice. Workshop is at the time coming off of goodness rolling all right well voice adoption of wasting seizures taking off so we as brands use understand. What is our audio signature. How do we sound to consumers right. If you don't have the jingle lay. When i say pockets you're seeing hot pockets in your head ray in. That's not true across all of our brands so as we saw the rise invoice we are. We need to have some kind of audio strategy when it comes our brands this beyond just having radio or you know streaming radio whatever it is and we have this workshop way dentist came up with voice strategy and said are a you know here is where a toll house is. Uniquely positioned to provide the solution to the consumer in articulate. That very clearly is that so important so many times. There's a problem brand. Say there's a problem consumers want a solution and the reality have to step back and say okay great solution but do they want a solution from us equity very strange and inconsistent Brand plays so. So that's all strategy foundational strategy. Work that had to be done and at the end of that process you took about a year are going through all of this rich customer service data because we recorded out forty four forty five thousand hours of phone conversations coming into our call center every year if you were to listen to all of those calls twenty four seven not a year and a half got in size in order to help us build this experience in at the end of the process. The one in the layering solution was voice skill. But as i mentioned voice skills and the experience of discovery install engage and reengagement is still full of friction and we knew that we needed a multi modal experience. I wanted to be web based. Because i i didn't want to maintain multiple versions of a skill that all had to be updated across different platforms. So we took him be. It was probably a two month break between the end of the strategy project and when i was introduced as machines and they actually reached out to me in my inbox. I don't normally engage with cold emails. Not not because it's a principal or anything but most of the time like the timing is off or maybe they don't truly understand you know what i'm looking for. As kate here's something web-based highly aesthetic ratios the future of voice. Very ios. an another analogy tend to use his is escape where the puck is going right. Don't follow the puck on in so it's very well. We're going to be early. When cookie coach was launched were the first food and beverage brand. Globally that have launched a digital human As we said we're going to be early but we're gonna take the learnings from goodness and you know what they were planning. A flying in the ground in terms of focusing in competing on consumer experience and this is a way as relevant to the brand that we can do
Insights of Commanding a Carrier Jet Squadron with Jack Curtis
"Jack curtis here on dose of leadership. Welcome to the show my friend. Thank you very much for having me. It's pleasure this is going to be an interesting conversation. I mean it's obviously. I love having fellow prior military folks on here but now that i got a fellow gold winger on here so that's always fun but never had anybody that's been in command of a squadron on one of the things that i always regret. I gotta the ring court right at ten years. I got the airlines. But what are the an. I ten years reserves and the guard. But i always regretted not taking. I always want to know what it'd be like. Take command so this is going to be a fun conversation. I am interested from your aspect of it. I was joking when i got on the call with. You don't look old enough to take command. But i forget how my squadron commander was like in the late thirties. Fifty two now. And you're in your early forties right so you just don't look old enough to take command but i it's just me not dealing well with the age of getting older but but thanks for coming on the show man privilege beer. I've listened to your show for for a long time. Several years. And i gotta i gotta admit i'm pretty humbled to have looked at the lineup of people you've got on your show and the quality conversations you've had into now get to be a part of. Its thank you well new and i have a history to because i don't how many years ago wasn't you reached out to me. I mean in karachi. That's probably two thousand and fifteen. Or so i had just selected been selected for command was kinda starting to do a little bit of thinking about Some this bigger picture leadership stuff and i came across your podcast. And i said hey. I think i'd like to talk to this guy. And your gracious enough with your time and I remain grateful for that. Yeah and you reached out in an i. Don't remember what advice gave you. Hopefully it was. It was okay enough. Didn't get fired very go. And and then you reach that again graciously a blast from the past and you kinda update me where you're at and i appreciate you. I thought well this might be good to have you on the show because it gives an insight to leadership that i think a lot of people usually don't get the inside baseball on right and i'm curious to because it's something that i've never experienced. It's something that i always wish. I wonder how i would do. But you had a unique experience. Let just for the sake of our listeners. Your naval aviator right. You eventually started flu wing. How long have a perspective here. What year was that yes. We'll jump in the way back machine. A graduated from the university of florida in may of two thousand I immediately went up. To pensacola started flight. School you're familiar with this track You made my way through Through flight school and then ended up finishing in may of two thousand. Two's almost exactly two years of flight school which is relatively quick Yeah i had a lot of A lot of wait times like six Wait six months. then i'd start a phase. Wait six started phase so it took me a while. Yeah i was really grateful to be able to go through that quickly to i think And your instructor. If i recall correctly i mean one of the things. That's so important. When you're learning a new skill or a trade or a job or task is just repetition over and over and as you work towards those ten thousand hours right and You know being able to go through flight school. That quickly meant that. I was flying almost every day. I was in a simulator almost every day. Sometimes twice a day and You know being a middle of the bell curve kind of blue collar pilot. Like i'm in a career of repetition important so yeah long. Answer your question but i got winged in two thousand and two. Okay good yeah so that you're about eleven years ahead head me or eight years. I got winged and yeah ten years ahead of me winged in. I wanna keep doing this math. I'm like my head's about to explode anyway. I'm old you're not so that's the whole thing that it came up with so you get and you fly the ea six right. And so you're you're flying to that and eventually transition to the e. Eighteen growler super hornet and eventually took command right. And so. when did you so this is interesting. So when did is this your first command and when was this. When was your first command. Yeah so you know the navy. Does things a bit differently than Some of the other services particularly army and the marines where he will have a platoon commander for our company commander the navy Typically there are a few exceptions with some of the small ships but The navy typically reserves its first level of command at the level In the marine corps. In the army as lieutenant colonel battalion command in the navy at squadron command of a squadron commanded on the aircraft side or it could be on the ships a destroyer Nope yes this is. My perception commands I took command having been in the navy for. I think the eighteen year mark
How to Choose an Instrument Approach, RH of Opposing Bases, Syringe Pilot Shares Details + GA News
"And welcomed aviation news talk show about general aviation with relevant news and flying tips for pilots and student pilots. To help keep you safe. I'm extra scott for our pilot skills topping today. We'll be talking about the factors you should consider when choosing instrument approach and air traffic controller r h of the opposing basis. Podcasts will be here to answer listener questions. And finally we'll talk with a newsmaker a young pilot who did something that made headlines around the world last week episode. One seventy one. We talked with andy chant about the sleek new petrol panther aircraft. So if you didn't hear that episode you may want to check it out and if aviation is talk. Podcast is new to you in whatever app. You're using to listen to us now. Just click on the subscribe button. So new episodes will download for free each week. I think you'll enjoy today's show and you won't want to miss future shows this week in the news. Real time. updates on special use airspace are coming to the cockpit. A student pilot selfie results force landing and an airport. Snowplow driver got in trouble at the reading pennsylvania. Airport all this more and the news starts now. From alpa dot org coming to the cockpit. Real time special. Use airspace updates real time status of military operation areas or moas and other types of special use airspace or s. You a into. The cockpit of aviators has been included in the national defense authorization. Act or indeed led by senator james inhofe of oklahoma chairman of the senate armed services committee and representative sam graves of missouri. The top republican on the house committee on transportation and infrastructure and a member of the house armed services committee a provision in the act was included that requires the faa and the department of defense to establish automated. Real-time broadcast similar to temporary flight restrictions dissemination on the real time status of emo as and restricted airspace. The aa an annual bill was passed in both the house and senate by overriding the president's veto making sixty consecutive years that it has become law the goal to improve operational safety and efficiency by transmitting directly into the cockpit the real time status of military training and other su as will result in enormous savings and environmental benefits robberies of private commercial and military aircraft a mitre corporation report developed in two thousand twelve documented the potential benefits of such a system according to the report quote overall approximate annual. Good weather flight savings in the national airspace system. Include fuel savings of one hundred million dollars distance savings of thirty million nautical miles flight. Time savings of ninety thousand hours and reduction of carbon dioxide emissions of three hundred million kilograms. Lp president mark baker said this really sets the course for faa and dod the use existing technology to ensure pilots have tools readily available in order to transmit this type of airspace. Safely and efficiently'' it's a game changer. For many pilots and insurers are warfighters. Continue to receive the training. They need and deserve from k. H. dot com. Which i believe is a houston television station. Pilot killed after jumping in a rolling plane that went airborne while doing maintenance. Faa says one person was killed when a small plane crashed in a residential area of galveston county according to authorities. According to the faa an unoccupied single engine plane began to move forward while maintenance work was being performed on the aircraft at scholes international airport in galveston. A pilot jumped in the plane at the faa says it rolled over chalks and became airborne plane went down in a residential area near the intersection of south railroad and mike avenue in hitchcock at about two pm the pilot has been identified as fifty year old austin stall of galveston. There were no passengers on the plane and other injuries reported plane went down near railroad tracks. The call someone is a nurse who lives near the crash site. She said she saw the plane flying very low before nosediving into the ground right in front of her house. And i think probably the key takeaway on this is that sometimes. It's probably better to let an airplane go. Even though you know that it's probably going to be damaged rather than try. And get into the airplane and injure or kill yourself from aviation safety dot. Net hawker eight hundred. Xp crashes during landing on runway one four at farmingdale republic airport in new york now one of our patriots mega supporters. Jim gold fussy gives ground instruction at republic. Airport notified me of the accident immediately after it happened. A raytheon hawker eight hundred. X p november four one to juliette alpha performing telling air flight t.f. Nine forty one suffered an accident during landing on runway one four at the farmington republic airport on long island. Both bins sustained minor injuries at twenty thirty two local time. The flight was cleared for an approach to runway one four. The tower controller reported wind calm and stated that the aircraft that landed five minutes prior at reported that the cloud base was at minimums.
Young Republicans Have Something to Say
"As a seventh generation georgian. I feel strongly about local politics. But i also feel strongly about having candid conversations across the aisle so john. I started this conversation agreeing that we can disagree and i think gino was okay with that i enjoy having conversations with people who i don't always see eye to eye like we have disagreements. I prefer those conversations so much more than i do. The ones where we're all saying the same thing. In addition to being a policy consultant. For senator kelly. Leffler janelle appears regularly on tv to discuss politics and runs a construction business with her husband. You're an entrepreneur. You're the former deputy state director of the georgia republican party. Your co founder of speak georgia and i know you from your bipartisan weekly. Tv show. you're a panelist on atlanta fox. Five the georgia gang and i am from atlanta georgia. Mostly sandy springs georgia. That's the suburbs And i was born in new haven connecticut and we moved to north carolina when i was younger and then from north carolina. I moved to georgia. So i claim georgia. I've been here now for over ten years so in this georgia has definitely raised me so I definitely claimed georgia. And what i do right now. I am a media personality. And i do political commentating. A large part of who. I am is built in all of the mistakes that i made. You know you had said something to the effect of you know you feel like you are a combination of your mistakes and near learnings can you. Can you walk me through a formative experience you had when you were young. That you feel was like an aha moment for you. Yes oh what. A lot of people don't know is that i was raised in a hebrew household as hebrew. Israelites you know. We were taught that we are direct descendants from of the people israelites. in the bible So you know you have the jewish community and then you have the hebrew community. So i i like to say hebrews or simply black jews It's much deeper for us but for the sake of explaining it So we kept the holy days we didn't i didn't we didn't have like christmas or easter that stuff only the holy days we didn't even have hanukkah so because it wasn't tally a holy day. Right so i i like to say. I'm half jewish so you get it you get it Yeah def and our family was like you get one night of hannukah like yourself right so i think you know this is something is really small but i hated it when i was a child but now i understand the beauty of it where we didn't celebrate christmas and as a child that felt really lonely but as i got older it kind of prepared me to be the oddball out and it made me comfortable like so i was in malcolm. Glad while training hours ten thousand hours by the time you graduate high school exactly exactly and we didn't wear pants so i was like the girl in the skirt who never wore pants who debt. And you know. Celebrate any other holidays and It was just like training and being your own person and values based. I exactly exactly you know. We were taught that our hope is in. God are there's something greater apart in this world that has nothing to do with politics or what we see in the natural it kind of puts you in a position where you feel a boat to Be who you are. And and not me the acceptance of a lot of people in order to do it so that was a really formative time for me in my childhood and i think as am i became an adult. Something that was really really form to me is that i got married twice before having parents who were marry for now thirty eight years and they were the first each other's first boyfriend girlfriend they never dated anyone else and their parents are right so you had that ends example of a lot of laughter. Exactly that
NBA looks to sports betting to fill the gap
"The nba season kicked off with a bang last night. The brooklyn nets beat the golden state warriors. One thousand five hundred ninety nine in the first game of the season with no fans in the stands looking likely anytime soon. The league is looking at new media strategies and sports betting to fill the gap and they aren't the only league doing so. How could that look. Our next guest has ideas. Let's bring in paul rebel. Founder the premier lacrosse league Paul great to see you again. Of course. The pl just merged with major league lacrosse. You say that this provides a singular destination for fans. I would imagine this. This gives the sport an advantage as well in terms of selling itself whether it be media coverage or streaming rights or any other kind of rights to carry the games. Yeah absolutely it's back. Happy holidays I think with sports in particular the ability to coalesce that have a singular message is important and for us when we look at future road profitability and just larger revenue Looking at the commercial opportunity of on now entering our third season twenty years or pro across history. That's looking like close to four thousand hours of twenty years of games at the mo of played that we can provide streaming service package as well as part of the announced we said we will get span to eighteen. Which is additional commercial assets and market now and as we continue to grow. We'll catch up to the legacy leaks. Hey paul dan great to have you back but in congrats on the deal. Quick one for you here you guys. You had that that bubble season this past summer very successful you know it was all over. Nbc all their properties. That sort of thing. Obviously no fans of how important was the sports gambling integration. You guys had done a deal with draft kings was that did that help engagement. And do you see that as a really important part of the offering the media offering going forward. Yeah it's huge allow. The sports properties have learned that we need to be more nimble. And not as reliant as call it major league baseball the traditional path to building a sports league on ticket sales the nba. What you reference malas typically rely on twenty or thirty percents of their revenue on tickets were looking at a modern sports age where it's meteorite sponsorship now sports betting merchandise in many cases the epl leapfrogs ticket sales and on the sports betting front. Dan we did a deal trap games last year and it was huge. I think what the sports betting this new gaming offers looking at now is live broadcast. Live odd integration And we're seeing networks now. Cut deals with gaming operators. If you look at espn's draft or mdc in points that so the properties are going to wedge their way and that's part one part two is i think in twenty twenty two to twenty twenty one. We're going to start seeing the entrance of bio data Related to players. So where will technology like lou on players that integrated the broadcast experience leaning more viewership and a larger handle sports ban in october. Three billion dollars legally registered. So we'll see that number continued to grow and more league revenue opportunity and board network revenue opportunity into twenty twenty
How to Reset Your Life by Joshua Becker of Becoming Minimalist
"How to reset your life. By joshua becker of becoming minimalist dot com. I was talking to a good friend of mine earlier this year when she made a fascinating remark to me. They're in the process of selling large home in order to pay off some debt. When i asked her how they came to that decision she said to me. We've decided to hit reset on our life. She continued quote for too long. We've overextended ourselves financially. His time to take whatever steps are necessary to start fresh so we put our house on the market and began living within a tighter budget. I don't know what we were thinking living like that for so long but is time to hit reset on our lives end quote. I found the phrase to be almost magical. We've decided to hit reset on our lives as reminded of a computer that had begun to run to slow overheating with too many obligations running in the background. Control delete reset or as ayla motte. One said quote. Almost everything will work again. If you unplug it for few minutes including you and quote in speaking with my friend. I was reminded of my own life in many ways i had reset on my own life. When i discovered minimalism. I went back to the beginning. Challenging my consumption and the many unhealthy habits that had become president in my life. Of course not. Every life is in need of full reset. And i'm smart enough to know that. Resetting a life is not the same as restoring computer. You can't just delete past memories experiences injuries or every unenjoyable responsibility in your life. Resetting the direction of one's life requires more than a few minutes of downtime. But we are nearing january first the time of year when we naturally assess the trajectory of our lives and what direction we are heading. And maybe just like my friend. Your life needs a reset. There's a powerful truth in the reality that you are in control of your life and you alone are responsible for the experience of living it. If he did not like the direction you're heading you alone can choose a new path if you have become overloaded financially or overburdened. In your schedule you alone can hit reset on your life. Even if our relationships have turned unhealthy there is a lot. We can do individually to foster environment for change. If your life needs a reset is within your power to do so but how do we go about hitting reset in our lives. My fear to say these are not easy. Steps does is not your typical ten minutes to a clutter. Free morning blog post. These are weighty changes that require not just reestablishing a mindset but also implementing the hard work of making it a reality sometimes. These changes require conversations with loved ones. That may or may not be thinking about the same things but life reset is possible. My friend is a mother with a husband and two teenage daughters if she can hit reset during the stage of life so can you here are some of the places we might look to reset number one. Look hard at your spending lifestyle. Creep occurs when an individual standard of living improves as their discretionary income rises and former luxuries become noon assesses. If the idea of minimalism is brand new to you. It is very likely lifestyle. Creep has crept into your life more than you realize if rethinking your finances getting out of debt or beginning to save is part of the necessary reset start by looking at your spending number to consider your time commitments. Many of us live hurried. Stressed lives we rush from one activity to another for some people. This is within their nature and they thrive in that type of environment. But for others. The urgent is keeping you from the more important longer-lasting pursuits available to all of us. Consider the time commitments. Have slowly accumulated over the years and find a new filter to promote your highest values number. Three question your work. The average person spent more than ninety thousand hours of their lifetime at work for many workers become their routine and they've given up any thought of changing. Our job is our job and give little thought to the reality of something different. i think. that's why two thirds of americans report being disengaged at work. I know that changing jobs is not always easy and not always possible. But if we're talking seriously about hitting the reset button on our lives looking what we do. A third of our waking hours is an essential consideration
The Hardest NO-GO Decision I've Ever Made: Metal Fatigue in Piper Wing
"Yeah in papers a whole interesting conversation. I can tell you guys need. We can even start there. I made one of the hardest decisions in my life. The hardest no-go decision i've ever made was. We ended up driving the motorhome down here to palm springs which tickets twelve hours. I'm sitting all the way down. I'm thinking i'm a pirate. I gotten here three hours. You know but the only airplane of currently checked out in where we're living in. Grass elliott has that piper and You know there's wing spar issues with the partner. Your official came out the yeah. Yeah that's that's part of the story so but this is before the came out and I've been flying at you. You know. I've been making videos in it. I've been checked out in it. But when i was making the video i was gonna interview the mechanic because i wanted to tell the story that this is no big deal that these spars are dealt with that they're inspected and i assumed that. When i interviewed the mechanic i was gonna get an open and shut case. I figured the mechanic tell me something solid. I would record the mechanic saying that. I could button it up for everybody on youtube and we could move on But that's not what happened in fact what ended up happening is i stopped flying the plane and the reason was because i didn't like what the mechanic told me. I mean. It really did not inspire confidence and i don't know if we got off to a bad start well there so i actually interviewed mechanics. The first one it appears in this was not the one related to the actual era that i was flying. This is somebody at a different airport but also managed piper aircraft. And i just went in. I thought i'd give him a cameo sort of throw a bone and i asked him. Are there any out for the wing. Spars on the piper in the and he didn't know what i was talking about he'd never heard of it and he's been like over issue going. Eighteen eighty seven no wings gonna follow. Yes going on for a long time and for those. That don't know that that the accident that put it on my radar was in two thousand eighteen at embry riddle angry tone of florida. When a commercial candidate and a designated pilot examiner had the wing separate in-flight doing normal one g flight maneuvers. Like touching goes. They weren't doing lazy aides or any steep turns nothing that would load the wing up there just doing touch and goes on the upwind. The wing fell off and they both died. And if you look if you google and start looking at it there are there are versions of the wing spar issue that goes far back as nineteen eighty seven so the first mechanic i interviewed did not know about it and actually he said if there's an ad i would know about it and he went into the system he goes. Oh no here's one. It says you have to inspect it at twenty seven thousand hours. So what he didn't he wasn't putting together and i didn't wanna cruise fine but when he wasn't putting together was the embry riddle crash plane. Had about seventy five hundred dollars on it. So i knew that there was an requiring inspection at twenty seven thousand hours. The issue is here was a two thousand something model airplane two thousand and four two thousand seven. I can't remember it wasn't that old. And here's one. That had seventy five hundred or so hours on it and the wing fell off so clearly. There was a disconnect right. Can't like just a fraction of the allowable time so i just thanked him and i laughed and thought okay. I'm not gonna use that guy. So i went to the actual mechanic that worked on the arrow that i've been flying and i don't know if we got off on a bad foot because i asked him i if i could film it and i think that pissed him off and he's like no pow does so so that's fine. I put the camera down. But then i just said hey i just want to know what you think about the wing spar and he goes what about it and i said well you know. There's been some failure issues. i'm not worried about it. That was his answer. I'm not lying so right so this is not what i wanted to hear. This wasn't going to be like the open and shut case that i was hoping to roll into this video. This was like wait a minute. If you're not like you should have a better attitude than i said. Well is there a d. goes nope there's no well there's not the isn't there something and he goes. Well there's a service bulletin. Which is i said. What's the difference between eighty eight service bulletin. And he says an ad is mandatory compliance service. Bulletin is a recommended procedure. And i said did you do the service boat and he goes. Nope and i was like so. You didn't do the service bullet he goes. Nope and i was like why not he goes. Because i'm not worried about it so these are not answers that like inspire confidence right and so i went and looked over the airplane logs. I just poured over the airplane logs and they had eight thousand hours on the airframe which is five hundred more than the aircraft at embry riddle. So i'm sitting here thinking about a logical perspective. Because i didn't like the answer. I got and then i asked i so. I called the mechanics of san carlos slate center who i know and trust and they said no. You guys should be doing that. He's said that that's not that's not. Okay he should have done the service bulletin and they should look at it every annual so i asked the owner of the flying club and i said hey what are you guys do the annual look we look at it every annual we get in there. We inspect it but what he wasn't connecting. Was the failure happened. There was a crack at a point. That's not visible not visible during an annual inspection so inside where the yeah the only way to get to that component is to take the wings off and that's a whole process and i'm sure it's expensive and not fun to do. But he him telling his way to check it without that if if you look at ad they don't recommend remove their now require the removed. Wayne's there is a check that you can do without ruining the ways that will determine if it's At risk interesting. Let's let's talk about that in a second but the wrap up of the story is i thought about it and i actually was about to go get in the airplane to fly back to the bay area to do a lesson with joe i was gonna film the commute to make it a youtube video for last week saying this is how i commute in an airplane and i was gonna use it to take my family to palm springs right after all that happened so if i decide to make this decision. It's like if i decide that this airplanes not safe for me to fly. Based on what. I've just heard from ali people. I'm going to have to call joe and cancelled last minute. I'm going to torpedo the youtube video. And i'm gonna end up driving twelve hours in the motor home with the kids to get to palm springs but you know after talking it over with my wife and she goes. What was her comment. This was the was sealed it for me. She goes she goes. If something happens you can deal with it right. And i said no you're not getting it then wing falls off like it's not because you're dealing with this this is like you're a lawn dart you know and just imagining putting the kids in the back putting my wife in there just imagining anything like that where to possibly happen for me. It was like it was just a no-go so anyway really tough call. I even called flake chops to haven't talked me off a wall. I called the guys on my content team. And i was like did i make the right decision. This is stupid and then two days after we got here to palm springs the faa issued an airworthiness directive. That says. everybody has to do what. We're gonna talk about here. Second so i felt really justified at that point really thankfully at least there's an ad the guys on my team texted me and said it looks like your decision making was okay. You know and i felt really good about having made that decision
YouTube will put ads on non-partner videos but won't pay the creators
"Youtube ruffled some feathers. Especially if you upload videos to youtube and honor partner because youtube terms of service to now state that creators not in its partner program may see some ads on their videos k. Youtube partner program portion of revenue with creators. that's why people want to be in the partner program and requires an account to have one thousand subscribers and four thousand hours of time in the last twelve months. So you have to show that you're consistently you know have an audience. Non-partner channels though will not receive any revenue for these new displayed ads. Youtube is going to do it. Those creators don't get am. The birds confirmed that adds will not run on non partner channels that focus on sensitive topics. So it's not across the board but oh boy are. There's some angry creators out there.
Talkin' with Dan Gryder About His AQP (Advanced Qualification Program)
"We don't have time to get into the entire program, but the confusion was. In in the last podcast or two podcast, I can't even remember but in a recent polls cast. I was asked by one of the people in this group setting that I do all the time what I think about a components of. which was minimum maneuvering speed and. Even. Before we get into the details on minimum new speed I can say you know after looking at the. Documents and talking to you a number of times I think ATP is a great idea and a great program and I don't see anything wrong with the program the issue that I have with it. If I have one at all I'm and it's the same thing I told you whatever it was two years ago when you had any the document is I just don't think it's entirely clear where. It fits into training and because you know a lot of my work focuses on basic training the basic fundamentals when I answered the question about minimum maneuvering speed I was really answering it from that perspective you know imagining that I'm talking to one of the CFI's about thirty five percent of my audiences other CFI's younger. CFI's sort of looked to. For Advice. So if maybe we could start just to hear from you when when do you see? Being introduced in a training program or where do you think it becomes valuable for pilots? Yeah great question and You know the document is labeled AF which has annual flight review, and if you look on aviation one or flight shops to document, it's clearly labeled af are probably could use a little bit of beating up in your points as well. Taken there. This is not really for beginners in new guys. The idea is after you get your pilot's. License to become a private pilot, what are the tools that you're gonNA need to stay alive after the field so far is annual Flight Review I. WanNa get away from the concept that every two years we go for a hamburger with our buddy and resigned that office via far I'd like to do at least annually maybe every six months and go through these maneuvers. And if you look on the I've got the ABC one. Document firmly page fourteen of that free pdf that they've got. Maybe you can focus on your side as well. The the items there, and there's a there's there's eighteen items and those are the items that we've taken from blood and bent metal from accidents. So the idea is that for sure what you brought up here is valid we're not we're not using this material to replace the ACS to teach people to fly with. This is the material we hand after they have their pilot certificate in their pocket and sit down on the table save now. How have these other guys been killed themselves in? What can you do to stay alive? What things could you practice on a volunteer basis to stay alive and there's a clear distinction there between those? Yeah Yeah and that's great and you straightaway I think it's fantastic to encourage people to come in more regularly than every two years. I mean when we see people in the industry doing things right right like when we see. The commercially aviation world reduced fatal accident rates there successfully it's wise I think to look at some of the stuff they're doing emulated, and as you know as an airline pilot, right, you go back into trading. Every six months for airline pilots. Yeah we do and the training that we get is no longer initial material. It's all a coupon material. It's all the maneuvers that we need to stay alive after flying the line. So there's there's the difference and that's what they did, and that's what So successfully years ago for the airline industry. So there's there's what we're doing in. My recommendation for people listening Jason Miller is an accomplished in the West. coast. Jason. Would you be opposed if somebody wanted to bring in answer and spend a full day with you at your location and go through the? Material would you be opposed to? Teach to teaching and going through these step by step showing them. No not I really wouldn't not at all and you know you mentioned that to me one time in a phone conversation offline and I think it's a great idea i. And hoping because we can't get into all of the The bits of. I'd like to look some of the key aspects I'd be happy to to include the some of the stuff in training or do complete hugh programs. Some of it I already do include but some of the really creative things. Even simple things like practicing aborted takeoffs right or. Practicing loss of thrust on takeoff. These erred in in my mind things that are often omitted intriguing and you know we have deadly results you know because of that so. Can Count like some of the specifics about a few key aspects at this point. Sure Yup. Okay. So you're you know you're often posting wherever I see you posting facebook or wherever it is about accidents that occur as a result loss of thrust on takeoff and I think this is a fascinating topic I really do because it's easy enough. You know what I do in training is little things like if my students ever take their hand off the throttle on the upwind boom I, pull it to idol on. There are other times where I will let you know then they guarded pretty good but there's other times literally bang their hand away and pull it to idol sometimes I'll pull it halfway out. So you had a partial power failure. But I think it's easy making any form of training that for my students to sort of know what I'm GonNa do get accustomed to the kind of tricks on pollen on them and they always react correctly. But the thing that bugs me about realize lots of thrust on takeoff accidents is icy. ICY experienced pirates and and why see often I think it's often it's mostly experienced pilots right. But you'll see guys with ten fifteen, thousand hours of flight time and lots of later playing time and all sorts of other stuff fall victim to these accidents. So it just. Goes it just keeps me up at night wondering what in the world is going on. That experience are making where we might think are rookie mistakes.
Trial by Zoom: Courts Rethink the Jury Trial in the Age of COVID-19
"My name is Justin Juvenile Justice reporter for the Washington, Post and I sat in on what we think is probably the nation's first criminal jury trial that was done virtually. It was staged over zoom call out of a court in Texas a misdemeanor court where defendant was accused of speeding in a construction zone. Because this format was totally brand new and hadn't been used for criminal jury trial. The judge in the case wanted to start with the low stakes case there's no jail time. On the table for the woman. It kind of looks like the Brady Bunch opening credits, there's tiles of video feeds across the screen, the judge, the prosecutor, the defendant, and all seven jurors in this case had video feeds going at the same time and the judge could ask. Questions to the attorneys and the attorneys could question witnesses who dialed in when it was the appropriate time for them to give their testimony. There is definitely some of that awkwardness throughout the call. There is your typical problems that people would probably be familiar with with zoom like audio freezing. Video freezing in fact, at the very outset of the trial, just a couple minutes in. One of the jurors video feeds froze as the judge was giving instructions and it brought the whole trial to a halt. The judge his staff tried for a number of minutes to get the jurors video feed fix. Ultimately, they couldn't get it fixed and the jurors had to be dismissed from the jury because of that technical glitch and he was. One of five jurors who had to be dismissed either during the trial during jury selection for technical issues. There are interesting little moments as well. One of the jurors was at home and she had a cat and during the call, the cat was in the background tearing up per calendar as she was trying to listen to instructions from the judge and listen to people who are testifying in the trial. So it's a brave new for for the justice system. Even, before the pandemic preceding immigration and bail hearings were occasionally conducted over video but that shift has accelerated in the past six months during the pandemic more and more courts have embraced doing things virtually, Bhai Zoom we've seen courts across the country use zoom for sentencing hearings, motion hearings, and all different types of proceedings that before the pandemic period were not done online. Texas is a good example. Since March the courts have held more than seven hundred thousand hours of virtual hearings for sentencings and motions and other things. They've actually been able to keep up with the vast majority of their trials unlike some places where. Because Proceedings have been shut down during the pandemic. There's now big backlog of cases they've been able to keep with their trials. They report also that there judges have been more efficient in Texas judges have to travel sometimes hours to preside over hearings in different across the state. Now, the judges can just log on from home in jump right into a trial in it cuts down on on travel time. They say, also it's actually improved justice in the sense that more defendants showing up for hearings a lot of people who might have been skipping out on hearings like landlord addiction. Hearings are now they're showing up because all they have to do is log on from home. So it's actually showing some benefits,
An Excerpt from the book Flirting with Darkness by Ben Courson
"An excerpt from the book flirting with darkness. Ben. Carson. Weapon number three, the magic number of greatness. I got to a point in my struggle with depression where something needed needed to change must suffering. So badly, I finally decided to do something about it. The ten thousand hour rule saved my life. His Book Outliers Malcolm Glad well demonstrated that to be truly greeted anything. You have to put in ten thousand hours of practice. People such as world chess champion Bobby. Fischer businessman Bill Joy, and IBM founder Bill Gates are among the many examples. Glad. While gives of people who excelled because they accelerated they focused and worked hard and gave at least ten thousand hours to becoming the best at what they did. Glad will show that whether you want to be a fiction writer or master criminal. Hockey player or a pianist ten thousand hours was the magic number of greatness. Bent my mind to that goal is a writer Manspeaker. A resolved to stop wasting my energies, processing psychological trauma and to go on a diametrically opposed direction. Instead of disappearing over why dreams weren't coming to pass, I decided to commit myself to working my fingers to the bone to ensure they did. Psychologists, John Hayes quote looked at how long it took the best composers of all time to create their first grey work. He found that nobody including Mozarts was a child prodigy had produced a piece of work of any significance until about ten years after they had I, taken music no amount of innate talent even in a field of genius such as music could overcome the years of practice necessary to Korea work someone may be talented. They may be lucky but they still have to go through ten years of practice in order to become a master and quote. When Churchill came to power during World War Two he said this as he was being inaugurated into office as prime. Minister quote. I. Offer you nothing save blood, toil tears, and sweat and quo. Lecture Chill Ready to go to battle anew, the path will be difficult PROC- ready to claim own finest hour. Getting better stars, which is getting off your tuition in doing something. So I did. My goal was to become a writer and a speaker put in the needed hours. My nearly worked myself to death, but it was infinitely better than brooding found the effort. Cathartic in fulfilling my spirit's began to lift. I figured I had two options number one either get discouraged that my dreams were not coming pass or number to spend the effort of getting prepared for when they did. Legendary preacher Charles spurgeon advised students to stop worrying about when they would get their shot at speaking and concentrate instead on their ability, and they'll let God take the opportunity in other words quit fretting over the how and focus on the what I took these words to heart and focused on my skill set as I improved my craft, our English word amateur comes from a French Italian an line route which means to love an obvious works when he loves the process and it feels good a professional is someone who worked seven days a week whether he feels like it or not. Today. My TV show hope generation is on twenty different networks more than one hundred and eighty countries and radio shows heard on more than four hundred stations daily. I get to speak in stadiums and arenas. My quote unquote overnight success came through hours of hard work. How you'll spend your ten thousand hours may be different from how I spend mind but you'll find as I did a clear focus and a way of getting off the existential treadmill of despair, transform your life but the age of twenty one, the average American has put ten thousand hours of practice into computer and video games when I use those hours for something more productive. How hard you hustle in the darkness determines how brightly you shine in the spotlight. To prepare for speaking to people I got really good at lecturing my furniture. My chairs were my captive audience I remember that Billy Graham. One said he got his start by preaching to alligators before he preached in stadiums. You have to start with a small stuff and work your way up. So I took every opportunity that presented itself. I spoke to classes of little kids and homeless shelters at old folks, homes, and to student clubs I volunteered to take the opportunities. Others turned down, I got lots of practice. When other speakers turned an organization or church down my said, yes I did this I several years Only the small minded person will refuse the small task for me if I had an audience of four people those enough to get some more practice to put in some more hours toward my ten thousand our goal. Jesus said that if you're faithful and a few small things, you'll be given responsibility over bigger ones Matthew Twenty five that sound good to me. Yes sometimes I did feel like surface the tragic here of Greek mythology who had to roll a boulder of a hill only to see roll back down then roll it back up again only for it to roll back down again repeatedly, I'll stubborn in my pursuit it was a great weapon against despair to keep working in spite of how I felt, which puts me in the mind of a scene from Tolkien's the Lord of the Rings in the First Book of that trilogy the Fellowship of the Ring, a band of warriors is commission travel to the ends of the Earth to destroy the evil ring of power by casting it into mount doom. During their long journey. Gandalf who was their leader was thought to be killed in the minds of Maurya in response airborne stepped up to lead the band in his stead amid his grief and despair he cried out farewell Gandalf what hope have we with you then he turned to the fellowship and said, we must do without hope let us gird ourselves and weep no more come. We have a long road. Like that trek to mount doom healing is usually a long journey. We normally don't start feeling better overnight sometimes, we must go on when we feel absolutely no hope. Our quest leads down a winding path and his sometimes fraught with trolls and Goblins and all manner of Dr Treasures. But psychological heroism is possible in such journey is were taking like Eric Gordon Frodo my set my foot upon my own path out of depression I gave them my flirtation with darkness and began to tread the road toward a grand purpose and it worked after many many years. The Dreams I had begun to despair finally came true new ones came into sight, but it all began by putting one foot in front of the other. If you allow yourself to just sit around and partly catatonic state stuffing yourself with junk food is a form of therapy and watching callous hours of television. You'll probably never start feeling better. But I. Tell You that you get off the couch and venture into the world to do something toward your goals. Things will start to change in your heart and mind if you pull yourself out of bed and get going on your dreams, that's how you'll will begin the journey to healing your broken spirit.
The Lifequake Survival Guide With Bruce Feiler
"All right well, nice to see you. Thanks for doing this my pleasure. Thank you for having. What how would you describe the the thesis of this book? Debating whether I should start right with a thesis or tell you how I came to the pieces. So. I think I'll do the second way because. I didn't go into this project with pieces, but a big linking pieces showed up halfway through. So what happened what led me into this? Somebody's what this book is. About is how we deal with these big wrenching changes in our lives back hallway light quake. And like what we're in now. And I got interested in these because I went through a life quake some years ago as you know, I I got cancer as a new TAB. About was that same year as the great recession and my family was hit very hard. And then my dad who has Parkinson's Lost Control of his mind. This was a man who was never a depressed admitted his life. And he tried to take his life. Times in twelve weeks. And this was kind of a big crisis. In every way, you can have a crisis, the conversations that we had to have. unhabitable eye like difficult conversations and these were difficult conversations that were impossible to have. But I'm the story guy and I'm the meaning guy in one morning on Monday morning I woke up and I said, well, your idea like what if I send my data question because my dad was always a bit of a storyteller. And I sent question like what toys did you play with a kid? Couldn't move his fingers at this point Dan. But he thought about it all week he dictated his answer to Syria who spit it out he began to edit it in at work and so I. Also another one like dummy balance you grumpy. And This went on essentially every Monday morning for what became years. Up. The. Hatch Become Eagle Scout. How'd you join the Navy how you meet mom and this man who had never written anything longer than three sentence memo in his life back into writing a fifty thousand word. And I got very interested in times of crisis in our lives like it. It's a narrative event in some way and it turns out there's a whole field narrative gerontology. There's all field of narrative adolescence, narrative medicine and kind of storytelling becoming kind of thing that people talked about at that time and so what happened and you know this makes me think of your own life and how you ended up in this conversation is when I began to tell the story to people everybody had a similar story. My wife had a headache and went to the hospital and died my daughter tried to kill herself. I. had nervous breakdown on my television in your case and and I thought well, no one else to tell their story anymore and. Let me see what I can figure out because people were saying like the life I'm living is not the life I expect like I'm living life out of order in some way. And I call my wife one night and I said. I got to figure out how to help. And I don't know I'm going GonNa find and I don't know how to do it but I feel compelled to do this and so I set out on this journey. What became Three four years crisscrossing the country collecting what became hundreds of life stories of Americans all ages all walks of life all fifty states and you name it damn. People lost homes, lost limbs, changed careers, genders, Religions got. Sober got a bad marriages. And at the end of it, I had it was powerful, but it was too much. I had six thousand pages of. Transcripts a thousand hours of interviews and I ended up doing something. I've never done thirty years of writing books. I got a whole team of people and we spent a year coating these. Combing through them debating I'm kind of beating one against the head trying to figure out. What was the big message? What was the big theme coming out of it?
What Everyone Forgets About Money
"What everyone forgets about money by Crowning Chris. RINING DOT COM. Washing dishes was how I earned my first paycheck when you're fifteen years old and don't get money from your parents to buy things then you have to work. So there. I was scrubbing dishes in the filthy kitchen of a small family owned Italian restaurant, and it's where I learned a little life lesson work is nothing more than trading time for money a medium of exchange. You provide one hour of time to an employer and they provide an hour's wage. I quickly discovered teenagers time isn't worth all that much a measly four, twenty, five per hour. Not long after starting that job I wanted this blind melon album. You might remember their catchy song no rain. One Saturday afternoon wandering the aisles in K. Marts, electronics, department I saw it for sale. Cool. I'm getting it. The price was sixteen, Ninety, eight for whatever reason I did the mental math to figure out the album didn't really cost me seventeen dollars. No, it costs four hours on your feet washing never ending streams of bus tubs overflowing with half finished plates of meat balls is this CD worth four hours of my time. In this case it was but more importantly, you realize the money tucked in your wallet isn't money at all. It's time disguised as money. In fact, it was Benjamin Franklin who said time is money but in our hectic day to day lives, it's easy to forget this. When you spend your money, what you're really doing is spending your time, which means if you waste your money, you waste your time. anyways throw my teens I worked a series of jobs, bagging groceries, stocking merchandise theater concessions, and mostly saved my earnings my time to precious and then I went off to college started a career and forgot what I learned. have. You heard that saying from Texas big hat no cattle meaning you can look rich but be poor. It's hard to believe people who make lots of money are poor. But then your tax preparer tells you they see plenty of families making three hundred thousand dollars and living paycheck to paycheck Thomas Stanley profiles. These folks in the millionaire next door, the doctor lawyer types who drive fancy cars living exclusive neighborhoods and take exotic vacations they look rich, but it's an illusion. It's the families who make one hundred, thousand dollars spent forty thousand and have a million dollars in the bank who are rich. Isn't the worst irony that the simplest way to get rich and have lots of money to spend his by not spending lots of money. But just because it's simple to get rich doesn't mean it's easy spend less than you earn and invest the difference that simple would makes getting rich so difficult is that spending less than you earn takes discipline the median retirement account is worth twenty, five, thousand dollars, and so the problem isn't paying people more money they'll save more give people more money to spend and they'll spend more money. I know this because back in my twenties, I spent just like the next person you think acquiring loss of material possessions satisfying all your superficial desires is the key to happiness. It took me years to relearn what I knew as a teenager. The things you buy with money that you surround yourself with aren't things at all it's your time. And research shows it's having control over your time that makes you happiest not money and things. So, most people have a choice. You can trade time for money and money for things, or you can trade time for money and then use that money as a tool to buy back time. That's why you save and invest, which reminds me of what stoic philosopher Seneca said quote. It's not that we have a short time to live but that we waste much of it life is long enough and it's been given to us in generous measure for accomplishing the greatest things if the whole of it is well invested. But when life is squandered through soft and careless living, and when it spent on no worthwhile pursuit death finally presses and we realized that the life which we didn't notice passing has passed away and quote. What he's saying is when you're about to die, you realize life is time and doesn't that make time your most precious resource. Here think about it like this see, you've worked forty hours per week for the past ten years. You've traded twenty thousand hours of your time. That's forty hours times, fifty weeks, times, ten years, and on the other side of the trade is everything you've consumed sure necessities like food clothing, shelter and healthcare but probably a bunch of other stuff you've totally forgotten about buried in the back of some closet. Was it a fair trade? Maybe it was maybe it wasn't but people are always telling me they've earned million dollars over the past ten years and have nothing to show for it and it makes them sick. They're not complaining about wasting their money. What they're complaining about is wasting their time. Trade wisely.
Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calamity - Everything We Know
"Woke up this morning. It was very pleasantly surprised for say open by idea was open my eyes and I, looked at my phone and I saw a news notification for Hira Warriors Age of calamity and I was like Ooh, what is this and it's kind of the kind of thing like you have a whirlwind of emotions because you're like. Zelda and then you go higher warriors in your you know. Not to diminish warriors because I think the first game was like it was solid it wasn't like the game mainlines all the game. I think we're all excited for this one. I'm I'm actually more into by the looks of it. I had that same ranger emotions rose like, oh, man Zola Taira Warriors, and then I stopped and like you spent two thousand hours playing that game shut up. Shut up nerd a nerd. I have a question. John. Hira Warriors. What kind of game is it because I thought being compared to dynasty words I only played dynasty warriors four when I was in seventh grade. So. Is that comparable? Like what are you doing it? It's It's just like, sorry it's just like combat and like some environmental puzzle stuff but Matt. This this one's a little different because it's basically is dynasty warriors but instead of like Only, that there's also some Zelda elements built in where it's like, yeah, I gotta go solve this puzzle using the bombs or something like that. And then you might an army of people by yourself. Yeah, other other people from Celta are there to their plays IMP army, but they're not nearly as good as you. In the regular one yes. I would assume because this takes place one hundred years before breath of the wild. Yeah. It's it promises a robust story that's going to kind of give us some insight into what happened during that era of calamity as they call it where the great calamity, of calamity, Dan, how many times can intend to say calamity. Did I kinda love it but yeah send for one hundred years before the events of breath of the wild and it seems like we're going to either see or get to play as some of the characters that appear in breath of the wild to. Direct prequel to breath of the wild I. Guess So. That was the most intriguing part to me is that it seems like it's cannon prequel like they're using the same aesthetic and everything even like it was the kind of self rated breath the wild which I think it's just all the stuff that we heard about throughout the game about what happened one hundred years ago we're actually going to explore it like clone wars. which that's awesome for me because I'm someone who I I like this all the time line just because I enjoy trying to piece together and figure out where it's supposed to go and having a hundred years of history basically thrown at me Awesome. I. Also like it because I like. I like when a prequel. Predate something where you know that Shit's hit the fan and go. Wrong. So I it's what I really liked about dark crystal age of resistance is like. This going it's like A. Charlie, wiping out of of a creature but I kinda liked that we're gonNA see just is GonNa have I imagine a kind of bleak story end to set us up more wild. Following the. Good. You're. Going to say if it's following the history of the characters that we meet in Ghost form and breath of the wild. Sort of a giveaway.
"thousands hours" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Few things here when you get a baby step seven and your debt free have a paid for house and you make ninety thousand dollars a year that does not mean that you can go you know it's been forty five thousand hours on cruise yet you don't have that you don't make that kind of money you know and so you you don't can you do some things to enjoy now but and you shouldn't you should lighten up the budget and have some enjoyment money on there as well but there's you you never make enough to not have to make choices between the Traven extravagant vacation and bind the kid a car you know yeah there there's always that choice and so you just go sit down with your wife and on the thing I don't want to have happen with the budget is her to not be involved in her to go well we should just be able to buy anything now or it will get really paid off we did it all and now you're still involved and you still have to help me make these choices between the vacation and get car or if we go on this vacation the kid gets that car if we go on that vacation I could get a different car you know and you just make these choices but she should be making those to with you more than you feeling the burden of making all these decisions by yourself and you go oh and by the way we go to college here so you know which means she does it's just I worry about it and she doesn't yeah yeah okay well I mean I think that that thing is this you there there's two things to kick should you be intentional and careful and wise and have some guard rails yes should you be fretting and wringing your hands good gracious no you're debt free you're paid for everything you're tracking towards being a multi millionaire at retirement and you make almost a hundred thousand dollars a year you should not be wringing your hands this is far from laying awake at night not being will pay your light bill young man your way on the other end of the spectrum so but I I want to be a grown up and address the issues but I don't want them to own me and so if you're fretting over it then I think you probably need to back up and just give yourself some credit for how far you've come the stuff you have defeated is harder to defeat than the stuff you have yet in front of you and so that's why I mean you've got a track record of killing this money thing when you've killed it and so you're you're in the top one percent of Americans and how you handle the quality of life in the way you're handling money you know you've done a great job so now does that mean you take your we hands off the wheel and hope it doesn't go in the ditch orders to hold the wheel tenant baby on the way you know I mean we're still doing that but do we have to grip the wheel white knuckle now no I mean we've learned to drive and you you're gonna drive your way right through this the stuff you've done to get to this point is tougher than the stuff you've got to do to get past collagen cars insurance and your wife enjoying some money you're probably always going to be a tight wad she's she's there to help you enjoy money.
"thousands hours" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Washington's mall and today going towards the future by looking back at the and I'm talking about the evolution of the smart light ball if you have smart ball's in your house like the Philips hue system you know what they can do and it's pretty amazing you can turn the monitor off make them brighter or dimmer and even change colors on the top of the line models either by tapping the screen on your smartphone or by calling out the command to Alexa Google or sirree they really are pretty incredible except perhaps there look they're kind of nondescript there's nothing wrong with their sort of triangular shape but there's nothing wonderful about it either they're the kind of bulbs that are maybe best left behind a lamp shade until now because Phillips is now coming out with one of the best looking light bulbs ever okay remember those antique Edison style light bulbs totally clear glass with a curly cue filament inside so beautiful people would drape them across outdoor dining spaces in trendy restaurants homeowners would put them up in the backyard when they were having a party a wedding reception a graduation celebration they were the hit lighting choice and now they're smart that's right old looking smart bulbs in Phillips his own words old school cool meets modern life smarts they really are beautiful to look at and they'll function in the same way other Hugh balls to control them with your voice or your phone to turn them all in turn them up or turn them down the only difference they just put out soft white light no colors this is a big change because they're so good looking you can use them without any lamp shade at all Phillips is releasing their retro smart bulbs in three sizes one called the standard is pretty much the same size as a conventional white ball and then there's the one named the Edison which is more slender and longer and finally there retro globe light which would look great above the bathroom sink now as for price they're not cheap they range from around twenty five dollars to thirty three dollars for each ball but like most smart bombs they will last for many many years so that initial investment might be okay when you consider that old style light bulbs lasted one thousand hours the new smart bulbs fifteen thousand hours.
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"Heart podcast channel all the best podcast all on one channel I did some television in my my early career I learned on sixteen millimeter film and sixteen millimeter magstripe fail and was a TV reporter in the transition to videotape three thousand hours of it in a helicopter captain David the WSB sky copter it was a nickname that was laid on me I didn't body back when up started in broadcasting in nineteen sixty nine so I'm in G. couple using they started finding the bodies of of young black males and we had a big news a lot lot of all the police are these related could the connection between until the bodies started adding up I don't know with the police and maybe to themselves and they already knew but didn't say but then they had to say so two of the in some way and they started talking about it in that manner many many bodies on the side police new to me and there was a level of trust almost to the body they would know the about what you reported but then they started finding the spot none of them far away for the most part away from where you could take any pictures and that is left many questions for.
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"All the best podcast all on one channel. I did some television in my my early career I learned on sixteen millimeter film and sixteen millimeter mags Dr Phil and was a TV reporter in the transition to videotape. three thousand hours of it in a helicopter captain David the WSB sky copter it was a nickname that was laid on me I didn't body back when I started in broadcasting in nineteen sixty nine. so I'm in G.. couple years in they started finding the bodies of of young black males. the big news a lot lot of. all. the police or the news related. could there be a connection between. until the bodies started adding up. I don't know with the police and maybe to themselves and they already knew but didn't say but then they had to say so. two of the. in some way and they started talking about it in that manner. many of the bodies. on the side police knew me. there was a level of trust. almost to the body he told me they would know that you would. what you reported but then they started finding the spot. none of them. far away for the most part away from where you could take any pictures. and that is left many questions for me..
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"Thousand hours of Apollo error mission control audio eleven thousand hours as you said as you said were directly related to Apollo eleven hours five minutes fifty two seconds and counting hi go on go on to the DNC or Michael along those are over my as I've told people before who have who have asked about how do you start editing there is a nine day version of the film that exists we have a long yeah just a little bit longer but we try to get every available piece every single frame every single audio clip that we could and laid out on the time line so we could see what we got you made a decision very early on about the nature of the story and that was going to be there wasn't going to be talking head there weren't gonna be people explaining what was happening at any given moment the footage in the audio would more or less speak for itself why was that decision important and how to dictate what you were and we're not going to use yeah it was always the plan from the start even before the large format came out if you actually if you were around during the missions you listen to them they had a a wonderful quote unquote narrator and the public affairs officer there was anywhere from four to five in each mission he sat in mission control right next to all the other flight controllers back behind the flight director in basically distilled down all the technical jargon that was being said on the air to ground transmissions between the astronauts and other misc troll we have some seven point six million pounds of thrust pushing the vehicle up for it a vehicle left ways close to six and a half million.
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"Make sure you follow us on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube because we stream a lot of our shows and we archive them as well. On website. Dr Joe dot com, we have well over thousand hours of audio and video there. So if you like what you hearing go spend little time on a website, and you'll learn our whole lot of information, and what you can do is just type in what you're looking for and the search engine and find out what you're looking for. We've done shows on just about every topic. You can think of and then you can pick and choose what topic you want. You may not want. Listen to all thousand hours plus that over thousand hours, but you can pick and choose what you want. Now, there are a lot of people out there that listen or watch all thousand hours good for them because they can stand in for me one day when I'm not here again's, right? That'd be great. If you have a healthcare question. Eight four four four four Dr Joey four four four four DR J O E, I'm going to get it to how carbohydrates are broken down. But we got a really good question. It's going to tyrod in beautifully with this, Nicole. How can we make your day better? Yes. I was calling because I have been suffering from very severe panic attacks for the last ten years, and I've tried every anti anxiety. Antidepressant nothing seems to work. Most recently I heard about CBD, and I did try BVD. It does help with my diety. But it doesn't completely stop a panic attack. That you go it's not getting to those laws. Right. Right. Exactly. So I did do some research on on the adrenal clan. And I just sorta for your knowledge, I only have one functioning kidney. And I'm almost wondering if that sort of ties into it it can. But it's probably something that ties in beautifully with this show. So that's why I took Yong's you you you had a great question. We talked about proteins in your stomach jobs, take proteins and break them into amino acids, then it goes into the small intestine pancreas kicks in and breaks them down even further the amino acid trip. Defame becomes serotonin in your brain. Serotonin helps you focus and calm down with low and serotonin. We have panic attacks serotonin becomes melatonin which helps you sleep so many times people like you have sleep issues. So now, we go we go, read your diary, Nicole. Yeah. You gotta you gotta hide it. I knew exactly where it was when I went into your house, and you're right. Right now. And so what we have to do is looked at it. I just if system now ninety five percent of the serotonin is not using your brain. It's used in your digestive system. So if you have a shortage of serotonin because you have a shortage of of of trip to feign, guess what the brain is shorts shortchange because the digestive system gets most of it. So what do we do? Do you have acid reflux heartburn burping gas bloating any of that? Oh, yes. Yeah. You go. See once again, that's in the diary. We need to take the stomach and pull it or just object it down away from the diaphragm and we pulled down away from the diaphragm. Now, we're able to start breaking proteins into me. No acids, then I get you on super greens. And essential source. The minimum nutrients we need every single day. And I'm going to get on Dr Jones, digestive enzymes, that's gonna help break down proteins, even further and in most cases, and in fact, I can say in thirty four years. I don't think anyone didn't respond to mazing well to our team treating them. So now, we're getting to the cause of the problem not just treating the symptoms to make sense. Makes perfect sense. Sorry. Can I just follow that up with you know, as far as therapy for would you also tie that into sort of therapy with the with the new diet, or do you feel that it's just mainly the diet that causes anxiety? We get a lottery Farrell's from therapists psychiatrists psychologists coming in and saying Dr Joel do that thing you talk about with your stomach on the air because that makes perfect sense to us. I'm a huge fan of therapy. Okay. So if you wanna go for therapy, I support that one hundred percent, I think we all need coaches. So to therapy would help. But again therapy may not be getting to the cause until we fixed the brain. And then the therapy is going to probably work a lot better. So I support the therapy. But I would also do this. Yeah. Okay. All right. Thank you. If you do want to make an appointment folks, we have offices in Marietta, Duluth in Stockbridge, Atlanta area. You can go to my website, Dr Joe dot com, and we're more than happy to set up a time for you. Now, if you wanna do a nutritional consult over the phone, we can do it over the phone or on Skype for those of you aren't any Atlanta area. Of course, we can't give you a practical air, but we can maybe do nutritional concept, we do that sometimes too. So if you wanna do that, just call the office a four four four Dr Joe probably ask for Kayla or Tara those are the ones that could probably set that up right away. And then we can always do that over the phone as well. 'cause I know this show goes all over the world and people send me emails all the time from Germany and Australia and say, well, you know, what can I do? So we can always do that for you. But the websites great four four four four Dr Joseph phone number. If you have a healthcare question to website has a lot of good information. So we're talking today about how food gets broken down. I mean, you I mean think how often you eat three times a day five times a day ten times a day. And you never at the chew it. I swallow it. And it's done when you understand what's happening. Then it makes a lot more sense. And you've got to stop using your digestive system the carbohydrates again, it's the macronutrients of fats carbohydrates and proteins Cobra hydrates are eventually break down to sugar when you chew them salivary amylase spit basically breaks down to carbohydrates now. Here's a little trick for you. Why do we put salt in a lot of things that are sweet like cookies and cakes and doughnuts because when salt is put their salt causes us to release saliva makes us spit more. And a saliva breaks down the carbohydrates and makes it tastes sweeter. So that's why we had a little bit salt things about that. Now unless you chew food properly how many people don't chew their food properly. Everybody should be raising their hand GARRETT'S raising his handwriting now, abide raising your hand. I am not you don't you? Probably who don't you? Choose your food properly. I mean, I believe a masticate a lot. Okay. Okay. So as part of twenty times at twenty times a bite, I don't count. But I'm usually the last one done eating also east slow. Oh, so maybe he may be the good lookin' smart and even chooses food, right? Is there anything you don't do? I'm calling his bluff you're going to call his bluff, I'm gonna call his bluff. Let's go grab a burger after looking. We're going to bring in food next week to hear much as I'm gonna watch him. See if he's lying. I don't think you can lie. I don't even know how to lie. So I'll hide the gopro somewhere. That's yeah. Right. Right on right on his microphones aside from Ahmad. Everybody else in the world doesn't chew their food properly. And when you break it down it's mixed with salivary Emily's. And that that's the enzyme that breaks down carbohydrates. Then it goes into your stomach not a whole lot happens to Kaaba hydrates in your stomach once it leaves the stomach right, right? Is it leaves the stomach into the small intestine guess who comes to the rescue? Again. The pancreas pancreas releases enzymes to break down the carbohydrates called pancreatic. Delays and that helps break it down. Now, there's different types of sugar, and you all have to be broken down essentially into glucose glucose is the fuel that your body uses. So if you're eating something like fructose high-fructose corn syrup, which is what everywhere it's it's great. And if you watched the Super Bowl, they had a commercial for beer and the guys can walk in. And they said, we got your keg. High fructose corn syrup here. And they said, oh, we know we we we we got a high fructose corn is you have already bring it over to the other company. And so they're even putting high fructose corn syrup in beer now fructose, which is a common sugar has to be broken down into glucose like sugars do in the process of fructose being broken down to glucose, you body produces something called uric acid as a waste product uric acid gets in your joints. And it hurts and it was a chiropractor. My team of doctors are concerned about that. We come back and talk a little bit more about fructose. If.