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What Children Need to Succeed in School... and Life with Rick Ackerly

Janet Lansbury Podcast

10:48 min | 1 year ago

What Children Need to Succeed in School... and Life with Rick Ackerly

"In school is the same as thriving in life. We need the same traits and you have of course the longtime perspective as a problem solver type administrator you work directly with a lot of the children when they were having issues and I was wondering if you had seen certain trends or noticed certain traits that stood out as science that children could thrive in these environments. Well the most important research if someone could read only one thing it would be Alison. Got Nick. She's written a couple at least a couple of really good books or go to one of her. Ted Talks the core concept is that kids are not. Fda vessels to be filled up with information. They're not so much needing to be trained. They are scientists that they are born scientists and the every move they make for the first five years of their lives is testing the environment so every move they make hypothesis and they test that hypothesis against that reality and they readjust the hypothesis and they keep going like that every minute of every day. They're studying how people react. How bill relationships how to make friends how to collaborate everything from playing with legos to building a treehouse or playing a game eating dinner helping the Family? Prepare for dinner all of that. They're learning how to make it in the world so the by the time they walk in the door of a kindergarten they have been doing research on the world for forty three thousand hours but the most important thing which is ignored by most schools and not handled that well by many parents is that they think we have to do stuff to kids to get them educated and that's completely opposite. We have to create the conditions in which we facilitate then doing it while they are the experts at this right. That's what Alison Gopnik says. It's actors if they are the experts. Well they really are because they're built to learn more in these early years than in the whole rest of their lives put together in terms of gathering knowledge. So we don't want to get in the way of that. We want to support that understand that they know what they're doing. Yes treat them as if they know what they're doing and of course they need our boundaries to help keep them safe and keep the appropriate but yes absolutely. I love that you brought up Alison Gopnik. Because I'm in love with all the understanding that she's brought to the public about the way children learn how again they are the experts and they've got the tools and we do make that mistake. I think as parents even when we understand this research that they are absorbing and learning so much in these early years it can be tempting to want to say well let me give them numbers and letters and colors math problems. Let me put were stuff into them. But the way that taking things in is so much more profound. They're practicing their higher learning abilities. What's right yeah? I think it's very important for parents who are looking forward to school or looking for terror to school or whatever anxiety fear or confidence. I hear over and over again. The main thing is reading. It's all back. Readings will first of all. It's not all about reading but let's just say it is all about reading the average age at which a child is physiologically. Ready in every way is six and a half. Which is why I grade is when it used to be reading his taught quote taught but the range at which someone is ready to read is anywhere from three years old to nine years old not when they do read but when they're physiologically and neurologically ready to read that varies a lot between kits and our whole culture is. Oh my God. We gotta get reading early if they're not reading by the time they're ready for kindergarten. You know they're going to be failing that is like trying to take a car that in second gear and drive it sixty miles an hour. You have to work with the child at their point of readiness and they can be ready for other things if the put words in front of him and there is bounce off the page. That's fine that's fine. See what they are ready to do and help them do things that they're ready to do. It'll all feed into reading when it's time for them to read because the entire world their their environment is so full of letters numbers and everybody else is doing it at some point. They're going to want to do it and they'll in their own way figure out how to do it. I didn't read till I was in fifth grade and got a great education. I went to Williams college went to Harvard Graduate School in a written. The bucks it's not a killer if you can't read. How was that handled when you were in school? Because that's of course the danger when we do try to harness some types of knowledge. The children aren't ready for that. They loose confidence in themselves as learners. What gets thwarted? Is this most precious thing that we have. Which is I'm capable. I can do things I can learn and I know what I'm doing. That is the precious part that we don't want to interfere with. How did that go for you? Were you made to feel less than or let's start with the blessings that made it easier. The first is that my parents didn't let on much that they were anxious about it and they didn't feel that anxiety to me. They acted as if I'm accountable to my teacher and the teachers accountable for doing whatever is necessary to get me to read. It wasn't that I couldn't read. It was that I was a slow reader. It didn't feel good to be behind other people in reading. I do remember in first grade. We were sitting in circles. And we're literally reading. See Jane Run. It lists those books and Johnny Red. See Jane Run. Look look and then it got to me an eye haltingly. Read the words that were in front of me and we went around the circle and it was okay a week later or something like that maybe the next day. Johnny is in a different group. I'm in this group and I said wait. Why is Johnny and that other group? H Johnny was my friend and be I compared myself to Johnny use. Johnny is heard of a benchmark for how I was doing and I thought I was keeping up with him and the teacher said that's the good reading group in your in the slow reading group and I went way where we have correct. I've been comparing myself to Johnny. And we're the same she said no you aren't. He's a better reader than you and that was a blow that was not good. It didn't ruin me and I kept trying to read and you know. My parents had books by the side of my bed. Mostly picture books but I learned how to read but one of the real blessings. I had as a dyslexia had been invented yet. I'm sure I would have been diagnosed with dyslexia. But it wouldn't have done me any good. I needed to learn how to read in my own way in the entire environment was conspiring to get me to read and I did. I'm still slow reader because I read every word in I think about it. I go back. My wife was very fast. Reader says in. Everybody says I'm a good reader. You're a bad reader but the thing is I can read a whole book in a weekend but I don't remember a thing and you remember everything you read. So Lou in reader who's a bad reader schools and parents need to be very careful about getting all bent out of shape about reading and specially at an early age because there's so many other pathways to success not that there's nothing to worry about but worrying is not that constructive. That's all right. It's that thing of children not being able to learn as well when there's too much stress in the environment and what. You're also reminding me of your comment about comprehension. Is that when children are younger? There are some children that are vocalizing language much earlier than others. Parents get worried about that and yes of course like you said there's things to look at maybe get checked at some point but oftentimes that child is comprehending just as much if not more as the childhood speaking. Yes it's one of the neuroses. Our Society get there quicker faster sooner and you'll be better right so one of my daughter's she's a teacher. She has three sons none of them spoke at all fluently until four and a half years old. None of them. I don't know why but under those circumstances a lot of people including me might be inclined to will. They don't know what's going on. Maybe they're even stupid. They don't seem to know stuff that was wrong. They are so observant. They're picking up everything the words that we spoke to them. We're in their head and it really came clear to me when the first one for between four and a half five. He started to Stutter and his mother said. Gee maybe we should get tested and I said well. Let's just wait a little bit. I have a hypothesis that he's having a motor prop. He knows the words. Here's the words. He knows that meaning. He knows what's going on. But there are some glitch between that coming out of his mouth and sure. Enough is stuttering was working through this motor problem by five. He was speaking quite fluently. He's eleven now is getting good grades in school and you should see him in action. Absolutely no dysfunction whatsoever is right up there with everybody else. Just another example of in our society one of the neuro seizes is the faster you move up the ladder. The smarter better or successfully will be and that's wrong is just not correct. His No data to support that at all the La thing I feel like earlier is better in is for the parents to start trusting their child as a capable person because the comprehension thing. I see it in infants when you start talking to infants about what you're doing with them. They respond as if they understand because they do

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"three thousand hours" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Now you can apply twenty that schools if you want there were only twenty four by the way that's another thirty and so it was and it was really really really tough Davis number one best combination of run the world so during that time I didn't sit on my behind I worked and I worked and I worked and I was a head technician an outhouse I work with equine veterinarian I was a technician there to be quite that hospital by time I got to that school it was literally a breeze I knew I could say something in some ways I knew more right maybe I knew more had more hands on experience that a lot of the residents white is what the residents to they were really smart I was so they got about school right away from college graduate that school night they go straight to the internship from there it's your typical stated to residency where they're getting their hands on experience I have over three thousand hours of hands on experience when I got to school therefore I mean clinics for me were breeze I absolutely loved it so god don't worry it tell your son not to worry that is long as he works and gets experience that to help me find anyway ice cubes what can you add flavor yes you can you can buy things like chicken broth beef broth and this little salt but it makes it with the water it's it's fine and put those in the Ice Cube tray and let them turn into ice cubes I would if you have an automatic Ice Cube maker I would not recommend pouring brought into the water system however make your own get the good old fashioned plastic whatever Ice Cube trays and make your own ice cubes with the the broth and that would be a great thing if you like some now he'll love up if there's some chicken or beef flavor things like that so what and and yeah interestingly a lot of dogs do like munching on ice cubes and one of these I say that when you have a dog and he's just getting through a gastro intestinal problem like a vomiting episode that stomach is like a twisted in knots so what happens is that when it is when it's like that anything that goes into that stomach and stretches the stomach wall even something as benign as water can induce vomiting again so my recommendation often ease instead of giving about foot a bowl of water where they can sit in the lap the whole thing up all once why don't you put a couple of ice cubes in an empty water all that weight as the ice melts you can go up to the waterfall drink the what the melted ice but it's only parts of type so basically it's it's it's almost like you standing there with a pitcher of water and very slowly for a little bit in fifty minutes a little more than a little more than what it is sort of regulating how quickly that talk and drink water so I think it's a really good thing and yes my one of my labs loves chewing on ice cubes especially when it's hot so that would be my condition best of luck on your son if he has any questions by the way how to reach out to be a doctor Jeff a pet like radio dot com and I'd be happy to you know give me some advice if you're from New York probably will apply to Cornell but there I tell you there are a lot of options now of the schools that are totally accredited by the American very medical association you have you have the school in Saint Kitts rush university you have Saint Regis university you have western university here in California in Los Angeles Mona there are other schools out there now new schools relatively new that I have worked with back one of my current associates went to western university here in Los Angeles he is phenomenal and one of my other associates actually went to school in New Zealand it used to be that the other English speaking that schools the ones in England Ireland all in Australia New Zealand where she went to school at Massey university would never take Americans but now they are and I understand it's less expensive believe or not so that is a possibility one of my former associates went to school in Edinburgh in Scotland so there are many many opportunities here.

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"three thousand hours" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Given rise to alternative media what when you're talking about conservative and liberal lie I mean it's given rise to a lot of alternative media really ask and I would go farther and say that a lot of that alternative media does not act Jack a lot of what ifs without exactly you know even with the advent of a rising virtual reality and some of the other media gap stands out and is worth what we're seeing here alright but by because our provide walled in some ways but also brings us together like anything else or just the school the house agenda media is and other great communication and you know there there's all kinds of possibilities there is an opening out lately and I I don't know what it's for thinking about it any guesses more information is available interesting so one with the advent of the the twenty four hour news cycle and alternative media and everything we've been discussing you think the thought process hasn't changed but what but what we're taking in more of it is that what I'm hearing like for instance are going three thousand hours under supervision and any really it's interesting how people are yelling at someone history our way is the same kind of thing happens sorry I encouraged sometimes people lose their being on the other side so we were the rules are that anger levels are dropping action the most valuable thing you and in order and that human beings what makes and and it also does want me around there's a light because how people going well we we don't we tax messages as you mentioned we fire off insults because the only thing we're looking at is our keyboard and thinking about who that other person might be there's no when you talk about this there's no personal connection Dr Cohn there are still interested in talking about what we're going to say that they were out here hi one the person's point of view and you know it was a time when yeah right this is what the our characters were very public insane yeah I agree but you know there was a yeah polarization of light and energy and the person that's still a lot more to come on this Friday morning edition of America's first news you're listening to an encore best of presentation bringing you the best of our news makers and interviews message from Medicare open enrollment time we have the Johnson here's New change every year use the new plan open enrollment and tearing plans really America's first news will be right back bags under the eyes crow's feet fine lines and wrinkles are things adults complain about as they age now there's instantly ageless it works in minutes and is great for men and women here's a clip from the racial ratio testing the results of instantly ageless are certified dermatologist Dr would need looking to try to turn back the clock on a budget deal in the privacy of your own home actually there's some recent technologies emerging almost like changes the behavior of the wallet the pharmacy she went off to try a product called instantly ageless instantly you can see a difference even the cameraman were like wow look at the different only use this product within minutes.

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"three thousand hours" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Hiding the total number of like son pose for some people in the U. S. users including the trial will no longer see like suited you numbers on other people's posts but you could still see them on your own photos videos the Facebook owned phone aside hopes the change in velocity helps users to focus on what they're actually posting and less on how many likes they're getting apples out with the research app that will let you participate in three different health studies owners of iPhones and apple watches can opt in for a women's health study hearing study and a heart in movement study the research app makes participation very easy and apple says all of their privacy policies will be in place and the data will not be sold Disney is attaching a warning to some of the shows on its new streaming service animated films like dumbo Peter Pan lady in the trap have a text attached that says this program is presented as originally created it may contain outdated cultural depictions tech report Larry Olson NBC news radio your honor I heard podcast channel the first completely podcast program station discover something new I did some television in my my early career I learned on sixteen millimeter film and sixteen millimeter magstripe failed 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 one 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 the big news a lot lot of all.

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"three thousand hours" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Now you can apply twenty that schools if you want there were only twenty four by the way that's another thirty and so it was and it was really really really tough Davis number one best combination of run the world so during that time I didn't sit on my behind I worked and I worked and I worked and I was ahead technician an outhouse I work with equine veterinarian I was a technician there to be quite that hospital by time I got to that school it was literally a breeze I knew I could say something in some ways I do more right maybe I knew more had more hands on experience that a lot of the residents white is what the residents to they were really smart I wasn't so they got about school right away from college they graduate that school night they go straight to the internship but they're interested they go straight into residency where they're getting their hands on experience I have over three thousand hours of hands on experience when I got to school therefore I mean could excavate were breeze I absolutely loved it so god don't worry it tell your son not to worry that is long as he works and gets experience that to help me find anyway ice cubes what can you add flavor yes you can you can buy things like chicken broth beef broth and this little salt but it makes it with the water it's it's fine and put those in the Ice Cube tray and let them turn into ice cubes I would if you have an automatic Ice Cube maker I would not recommend pouring brought into the water system however make your own get the good old fashioned plastic whatever Ice Cube trays and make your own ice cubes with the the broth and that would be a great thing he likes him now he'll love up if there's some chicken or beef flavor things like that so what and and yeah interestingly a lot of dogs do like munching on ice cubes and one of these I say that when you have a dog and he's just getting through a gastro intestinal problem like a vomiting episode that stomach is like a twisted in knots so what happens is that when it is when it's like that anything that goes into that stomach and stretches the stomach wall even something as benign as water can induce vomiting again so my recommendation often it is instead of giving about foot a bowl of water with a can sit in the lap the whole thing up all once why don't you put a couple of ice cubes in an empty water ball that way as the ice melts you can go up to the waterfall drink the what the melted ice but it's only parts of types of basically it's just it's almost like you standing there with a pitcher of water and very slowly for a little bit in fifty minutes a little more than a little more than what it is sort of regulating how quickly that talk and drink water so I think it's a really good thing and yes my one of my labs loves chewing on ice cubes especially when it's hot so that would be my condition best of luck on your son if he has any questions by the way how to reach out to be a doctor Jeff a pet like radio dot com and I'd be happy to you know give me some advice if you're from New York probably will apply to Cornell but there I tell you there are a lot of options now of the schools that are totally accredited by the American very medical association you have you have the school in Saint Kitts rush university you have Saint Regis university you have western university here in California Los Angeles area Pomona there are other schools out there now new schools relatively new that I have worked with back one of my current associates went to western university here in Los Angeles he is phenomenal and one of my other associates actually went to school in New Zealand it used to be that the other English speaking that schools the ones in England Ireland in Australia New Zealand where she went to school at Massey university would never take Americans but now they are and I understand it's less expensive believe it or not so that is a possibility one of my former associates went to school in Edinburgh in Scotland so there are many many opportunities here for young there are many hopefuls to again events.

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"three thousand hours" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"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.

Cat Owners Unite! It's National Cat Day

Charlie Parker

03:56 min | 2 years ago

Cat Owners Unite! It's National Cat Day

"Well it is the twenty ninth day of October which means it's two days until Halloween five days to get that extra hour sleep charity I'm getting that way daylight saving and this Sunday morning at two AM thirty days until thanksgiving and fifty seven days until Christmas I mention is October twenty ninth right you did it is well hang on one second happy national cat day it is national cat day and I know you are a cat lover charity McCurdy by and then got three at home one night like twenty one twenty one yeah easy getting closer Guinness record there pretty much yeah he lived a good life well since since it is national cat day new survey found the average cat over owner spends over a thousand hours a year on their cats so if you have three that's three thousand hours in it I don't know that kind of time anymore but I do bet them before going to bed and that really helps me go to sleep all right here are some statistics on this national cat day sixty five percent of cat owners have traveled with their their cat cat I I I I guess guess moving moving and and driving driving them them to to your your new new home home must must must must have have counted counted because because I I can't can't see see taking taking a a cat cat on on a a vacation vacation no no they're they're not not a a comfort comfort animal animal for being a traveling the top cat themed items we own our clothes yeah specially for my daughter she has cat PJ is that things like that you have framed photos of your cat I painted pictures of my cat and they're hanging in our master bedroom don't judge okay have sheets or blankets with cats so okay okay okay fifty one percent of Catholic cat owners over half of the cat owners have rescue at least one of their cats all three all three that I like to hear that top places we rescue cats from animal shelters friends in cat rescue organizations or just in some bushes yeah are you just fine and despite a run around on street I have three cats that live in my yard basically they're hunters for me they belong to my neighbors I guess and they're very cool because they don't bother me did I say hi Katie all the time when I walk out one likes to get in my truck though in the bed and and sometimes I have to look back there if I don't see him running around out there make sure he's not in there when I take off the I. D. feed them treats thirty now now that I actually I let them have all the squirrels and field mice they want oh how nice yeah it's it's open season it's about Faye form of the other one top qualities we love about cats what do you think they are I'm just comfort help mild mannered they are that's comforting right yeah how bout playfulness that playful all too much sometimes really how about their loyalty it is one thing I've seen cats oversee loyalty in cats I see them you know they don't care they're pretty loyal I mean are they yeah I you mentioned that putting your cat before you go to bed is a form of therapy will seventy five percent of owners say the same thing yeah would you rather spend time with your cats than your friends you know it's a fifty fifty shot in there will have to start naming people sixty per sixty six percent of people in this survey said they'd rather spend time with a cat and their friends and I I'm sure you'll like this because eighty five percent of cat owners treat their cats like part of the family they're not like having a seat at the dinner table or anything like that now now it's cruel I guess that's cruelty that can't cruelty need another place well they they have their own place don't the the house is their home plays down as Rome it bingo anywhere except Ehlers room well that's that's smart smart your cats around your kids

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"three thousand hours" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"In some ways I knew more I thought maybe I knew more had more hands on experience that a lot of the residents white is what the residents to they were really smart I wasn't so they got about school right away from college graduate that school night they go straight to the internship from there it's your typical stated to residency where are they are getting their hands on experience I have over three thousand hours of hands on experience when I got to school therefore I mean clinics for me were breeze I absolutely loved it so god don't worry it tell your son not to worry that is long as he works and gets experience that to help me find anyway ice cubes what can you add flavor yes you can you can buy things like chicken broth beef broth and this little salt but it makes it with the water it's it's fine and put those in the Ice Cube tray and let them turn into ice cubes I would if you have an automatic ice your maker I would not recommend pouring brought into the water system however make your own get the good old fashioned plastic whatever Ice Cube trays and make your own ice cubes with the the broth and that would be a great thing if he likes him now he'll love up if there's some chicken or beef flavor things like that so what and and yet interestingly a lot of dogs do like munching on ice cubes and one of these I say that when you have a dog and he's just getting through a gastro intestinal problem like a vomiting episode that stomach is like a twisted in knots so what happens is that when it is when it's like that anything that goes into that stomach and stretches the stomach wall even something as benign as water can induce vomiting again so my recommendation often ease instead of giving about putting up a bowl of water where they can sit in the lap the whole thing up all once why don't you put a couple of ice cubes in an empty water ball that way as the ice melts you can go up to the waterfall drink the what the melted ice but it's only parts of time so basically it's it's it's almost like you standing there with a pitcher of water and very slowly for a little bit in fifty minutes a little more than a little more than what it is sort of rate relating how quickly that talk and drink water so I think it's a really good thing and yes my one of my labs loves chewing on ice cubes especially when it's hot so that would be my condition best of luck on your son if he has any questions by the way how to reach out to be a doctor Jeff a pet like radio dot com and I'd be happy to you know give me some advice if you're from New York probably will apply to Cornell but there I tell you there are a lot of options now of the schools that are totally accredited by the American very medical association you have you have the school in Saint Kitts rush university you have Saint Regis university you have western university here in California in Los Angeles area Pomona there are other schools out there now new schools relatively new that I have worked with back one of my current associates went to western university here in Los Angeles he is phenomenal and one of my other associates actually went to school in New Zealand used to be that the other English speaking that schools the ones in England Ireland Scotland Australia New Zealand where she went to school at Massey university would never take Americans but now they are and I understand it's less expensive believe or not so that is a possibility one of my former associates went to school in Edinburgh in Scotland so there are many many opportunities here for.

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"three thousand hours" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"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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"three thousand hours" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And secrets in their in you know when you do that and we upgrade your home you're guaranteed to benefit in both comfort and money are systemic upgrades are so specific that many Brower upgrade homes works so well they never even consider going solar how great is that okay Dwayne you know revitalization is are something that people do for their heating and air conditioning system and sometimes they do in the spring right before summer gets here sometimes they do in the fall right before winter gets here right there are advantages to both I guess and I know you have got an opinion on that because really at the end of the day you are the home energy pro so it did your studies a structure this a little bit different because I know some people say well Jesus seems expensive to me well I don't think it is I think it's really a radically cheap thing to do but I want to talk about why you want your revitalization done this time of year more so than in the spring and what you can actually do without we look at our air conditioning systems and we put a little clock on I'm in every minute that they actually ran week we counted that most systems run about three thousand hours a year so you're running something that's running three thousand hours each and every season so if you one calendar year were clucking about three thousand hours of run time how what's the opportunity you know imagine using your car in running at three thousand hours and not changing the oil or not doing things actually find out what what's happened over that last three thousand hours and so like you were talking about earlier bill you know so we look at in. how expensive utilities are in P. Ginny territory and let's say most like you talked about revitalization do I really want to come home twice will want to come home in the fall to get my heater done and then the spring time to get my air conditioning done what if we did it just one time so what if we did both of them at the exact same time so you'll have to take off work one time research and make make the actual appointment one time and we act we did both the heating and air conditioning system at the same time the other thing is is that we when we actually pay for something like that we're paying you know hundred dollars for a in actual revitalization it's tough to actually see me getting my money back when I spend a hundred dollars so what we are actually doing is we're just chargin nine ninety nine a month so ten dollars a month and we go through the revitalization were almost always able to show you how we've saved you that ten dollars a month in gas or electric because remember we just kind of get a little bit more efficient because have things running three thousand hours a season so all we got to do is save a little bit of energy when we come out there to do the revitalization on the heating and air conditioning system to save you money over that three thousand hours of operation for the entire year that is a really is a great plan because if you if you really think about that if you only save somebody a hundred and fifty Bucks for the year view only save them that you'd be buying him dinner something that's for you know after the call I mean if you're really is in like I was alluding to earlier I think there's a big vanish.

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"three thousand hours" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Thousand podcast twenty four seven I heart podcast channel I did some television in my my really 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 Dave in the WSB sky copter it was a nickname that was laid on me I didn't body back one up started in broadcasting in nineteen sixty nine so I'm in G. WGN they started finding the bodies of of young black males and the big news a lot lot of all ages the police are these related could there be 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 call this place it was too obvious in some way and they started talking about it in that manner many of the scene the bodies and on the side police knew me and there was a level of trust almost to the body he told me they would know that you would about what you reported but when they started finding the spot none of that we were far away for the most part away from where you could take any pictures or anything about and that is left many questions for me I knew when.

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"three thousand hours" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Back to the diet for murder of a man who posted it tennis shoes for sale on Facebook go ahead give me some gun shots on that one D. as a man is been indicted on as a murder suspect accused of killing a man who was trying to sell a pair of tennis shoes online this is not a joke recorded prosecutors twenty four all Matthew Taylor the shoes for sale on Facebook in nineteen year old mark Davis farmers responded there are drive in Memphis to meet farmer but was later found dead as Carter Ridgeway road at night Arnold road with multiple gunshot wounds we now live in a city where someone with you for your tennis shoes you're selling on line a vesicular develop former as a suspect he was arrested three days later farmer's been charged for three murder in the perpetration of felony aggravated robbery especially I'd read a robbery in a deadly weapon it's serious bodily injury and reckless in danger men that is crime a number is prime number one remind you of this has no plans to do anything different for the city of Memphis if you like to contact the mayor and tell him what you think about crime in Memphis and have not doing his job you can call us six three six six thousand nine six three six six thousand is the number you can also email and mayor and Memphis TN dot job number two go ahead yes police investigating after neighbors here forty gun shots in south Memphis forty seven boys farming that's getting a shooting in a five o'clock if he's different avenues Sunday afternoon at least a dozen officers responded to the scene around three o'clock neighbors say they heard as many as forty got shot what normally it's a free for around here but we're actually horrified a neighbor said John three I heard boom boom yes we know all about that don't we can I get a quick quick room yeah right there on one of those in there as well if you can there we go they heard a bunch of that forty times in its sees for a minute then started back up and just continues the neighbors say police search by air and on the ground for whoever fired all of those shots channel three three for their words at work there was there any as officers Cup one man an escort him to the back of an ambulance number five the four officers place a woman had to fill in the back of a police cruiser what will say the shooting stemmed from jealousy they say man became upset when several other men began cat calling his girlfriend because that's what about captain some body that's pretty much the pulled out a gun and fired shots an ongoing investigation Hey this crime number three your ideas here's burger arrested after properly property stolen from east Memphis cars a span of just an hour nearly three thousand hours of the property was stolen from Calvin great struck a car battery DVD player fire subwoofers role taken ransacked everything gray said the police are twenty seven year old art in white broke into the truck Monday night have a great walked into the mouth of verities went on to friends he was the job great said why I got into it yeah by popping the lockers armor set your socks yeah great said we said why cleaned out another truck at a nearby shopping center the night before they said he broke the lock and so things like a Jack Buck sunglasses and a hunting rifle he knew what he was doing rock probably an extra gray said an expert who records a mistake we said that he was caught on surveillance video but times this is Gary vehicles GMC Yukon Denali with lots of damage on the passenger side officers arrested white at a home in a neighborhood near get well and I don't know after spotting the Dolly outside the bounds of the phone drop me a backpack or with things like screwdrivers pliers flashlights kind of deal the family used to break in the vehicle the reason why I give you this is because there has there's a new word out about how many cars server broken into in Memphis are already this year this year already hello dear during their gun shots for this I don't know it's not like someone died but I just want you to know that nearly four hundred auto thefts have been reported to Memphis police in June not the whole year somebody sent me an article today in this year's event four hundred our cars have been stolen in Memphis and I said no no no no no no four hundred in June alone if you buy one right now there again hundreds of cars reported stolen cross numbers in just about a month that includes one born to father five they cared everything you need to provide for his family Fernando hardly defended the day's work when the incident happened your landscaping business and was ready to get home to his family basically I was just stopping at a couple of Gatorade drinks a bag of dog food I park I get out of work my doors of my keys are in my pants a walk in the store within minutes he walked down we have the family dollar on self certified everything even work for at well the fear suburban Burgundy there's a Pittsburgh logo on the back of it and hardly landscaping on the door not only was that's as you be gone but so with the trailer attached with all the lawn equipment this is for the last three years saving up for the trailer I'm a man I don't normally cry but that day I cried well guess what he's one of nearly four hundred people rather vehicle stolen in June of two thousand nineteen according to NPD cyber one now let me just do the math for you real quick because I want you to understand how ridiculous crime is a member because we're not talking about no no one died in these okay but if you do four hundred divided by thirty that means thirteen point three cars every single day are still one of them and the mayor of Memphis and the city council don't think there's a crime problem have no plans to do anything different four hundred cars are stolen in Memphis in one month good for your call may what you think not a one six three six six thousand nine oh one six three six six thousand you girls are female the mayor who doesn't think of a property crime the email addresses mayor at Memphis TN dot job mayor at Memphis TN got jobs there all right move on to rate of crime number six look out the number four is a server for could Rockettes records yeah because you're not counting the cards heinous crimes afford a car stolen in the month of June you're right number four go ideas in it surveillance video release of a shooting victim in orange brown shooting surveillance video shows several people try to have a man who was shot in orange mount Memphis police respond to shooting around noon to three o'clock of Park Avenue is taking the hospital in critical condition the surveillance video was taken from the side of the park every food store Carson street in the video for the black car for find a white vehicle the black car drives off when you see the victim collapse to the ground a group of a Kerry the man for the for the store a Park Avenue I thought cop cars a crime David to know what happened said Michelle Turner live nearby Memphis police are trying to figure out who shot the victim they played several evidence markers on the ground I want the neighbor I want the neighborhood like you use like it used to be there are a lot of older people in the neighborhood that are still here said Turner he walks down Park Avenue if we take off the front of Morningstar church for you for free a man to try to help the victim mantle parts or do you try to put the victim's car to help and then the police said the victim was taken to hospital in critical condition I would ask the cops keep throwing it out there to get a sky cap ham Turner said part thirteen athletes for more information about the surveillance video but have not heard back we should not worry or release any of the suspect information number five take a break this is gonna be a it's going to be a prefect micron report unfortunately your cell the bare what you think about him having no plans to fix these problems very.

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"three thousand hours" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Perfect diet for murder of a man who posted it tennis shoes for sale on Facebook go ahead give me some gun shots on that would be as a man is been indicted as a murder suspect accused of killing a man who was trying to sell a pair of tennis shoes online this is not a joke according to prosecutors twenty four all Matthew Taylor most of the shoes for sale on Facebook in nineteen year old mark Davis farmers responded there are drive in Memphis to meet farmer but was later found dead as Carter Ridgeway road at night Arnold road with multiple gunshot wounds we now live in a city where someone with you for your tennis shoes you're selling on line the vesicular develop former as a suspect he was arrested three days later farmer's been charged for for the murder of the perpetrator of felony aggravated robbery especially I'd read a robbery in a deadly weapon that is serious bodily injury and reckless in danger man that is crime a number is prime number one remind you that this has no plans to do anything different for the city of Memphis if you like to contact the mayor and tell me what you think about crime in Memphis and have not doing his job you can call us six three six six thousand nine six three six six thousand is the number you can also email and mayor and that the CN dot job number two go ahead yes police investigating after neighbors here forty gun shots in south Memphis forty seven boys farming that's getting a shooting in a five o'clock if he's different avenues Sunday afternoon at least a dozen officers responded as seen in around three o'clock neighbors say they heard as many as forty gun shots what normally it's a free for around here but we're actually horrified a neighbor said John three I heard boom boom D. as we know all about that don't we can I get a quick quick room yeah right there on one of those in there as well if you can there we go they heard a bunch of that forty times in it sees for a minute then started back up it just continues the neighbors say police searched by air and all the ground for whoever fired all of those shots channel three three for their words at work there or was there any as officers come one man escorted to the back of an ambulance number five the four officers place a woman and two children the back of a police cruiser what will say the shooting stemmed from jealousy they say man became upset when several other men began cat calling his girlfriend because that's what about captain some body that's twenty allegedly pulled out a gun and fired shots it's an ongoing investigation rate of crime number three go ideas here's burger arrested after properly property stolen from east Memphis cars a span of just an hour nearly three thousand hours of the property was stolen from Calvin great struck a car battery DVD player fire subwoofers role taken ransacked everything gray said the police are twenty seven year old art in white broke into the truck Monday night have a great walk to do the medical therapies waited on some friends see with the job great said right got it in here by popping the lockers armor such store it sucks yeah great said we said why cleaned out another truck at a nearby shopping center the night before they said he broke the lock and so things like a Jack Buck sunglasses and a hunting rifle nobody is doing rock probably an extra gray said next birdie records are mistakes we said that he was caught on surveillance video but times this is their way vehicle GMC Yukon Denali with lots of damage on the passenger side officers arrested white at a home in a neighborhood near get well and I don't know after spotting the Dolly outside the bounds of its own property and backtrack a little things like screwdrivers pliers flash lights kind of cool to come we used to break in the vehicle the reason why I give you this is because there has there's a new word out about how many cars the river broken into yeah the Memphis are already this year this year already I'll give you a gun shop for this I don't know it's not like someone died but I just want you to know that nearly four hundred auto thefts have been reported to Memphis police in June not the whole year somebody sent me an article today in this year's event four hundred our cars have been stolen in Memphis and I said no no no no no no four hundred in June alone if you buy one right now then the hundreds of card reported story cross members in just about a month that includes one born to father five figured everything you need to provide for his family Fernando hardly defended the day's work when the incident happened here on a landscaping business it was ready to get home to his family basically I was just stopping at a couple of Gatorade drinks a bag of dog food I park I get out of work my doors for my kids on in my pants a walk in the store within minutes he walked down we have the family dollar on south thirty find everything in the works for a while the fear suburban Burgundy there's a Pittsburgh logo on the back of it in a hardware landscaping on the door not only was that's S. you be gone but so with the trailer attached with all the lawn equipment for the last three years saving up for the trailer I'm a man I don't normally cry but that day I cried well guess what he's one of nearly four hundred people rather vehicle stolen in June of two thousand nineteen according to NPD cyber one now let me just do the math for you real quick because I want you to understand how ridiculous crime is a member because we're not talking about no no one died in these okay but if you do four hundred divided by thirty that means thirteen point three cars every single day are still one of them the mayor of Memphis and the city council don't think there's a crime problem have no plans to do anything different four hundred cars are stolen in Memphis in one month good for your tell the mayor what you think not a one six three six six thousand nine a one six three six six thousand you can also email the mayor who doesn't think of a proper crime the email address as mayor and Memphis TN dot job mayor at Memphis TN dot job there all right move on to write his private number is it six will count the number four is a server for correct yes right yeah because you're not counting the cards heinous crimes of former cars to one in the month of June you're right number four go ahead yes had it surveillance video release of a shooting victim in orange round shooting surveillance video shows several people try to have a man who was shot in one round Memphis police respond to shooting around noon and at three o'clock of Park Avenue is taking the hospital in critical condition the surveillance video was taken from the side of the park every food store Carson street in the video for the black car for find a white vehicle the black car drives off when you see the victim collapse to the ground a group of a Kerry the man for the for the store a Park Avenue I saw a car cars a crime David to know what happened said Michelle Turner live nearby Memphis police are trying to figure out who shot the victim they played several evidence markers on the ground I want the neighbor I want the neighborhood like you use like it used to be there are a lot of older people in the neighborhood that are still here said Turner he walks down Park Avenue if we take off the front of Morningstar church for you for free a man to try to help the victim mental parts or do you try to put the victim is part to help them and the police said the victim was taken to hospital in critical condition I would ask the cops keep throwing it out there to get a sky cap ham Turner said part thirteen athletes for more information about the surveillance video but they have not heard back please about where you really see any of the suspect information number five take a break that's a good idea it's going to be a key segment crime report unfortunately your cell the bare what you think about him having a plan for fixing these problems or even if there's a serious problem with crime his call to mayor talent Hey bear border cards were stolen in one month not the year in one month thirteen.

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"three thousand hours" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Next week. The excessive heat warning continues through tomorrow night. Phoenix police departments. Cadet program is working to prepare teens and young adults for future in law enforcement. They have training in classes. 'cause advisor David barrios, this past year, two thousand eighteen they were well, over five thousand hours of community service that they donated towards the city, and then about three thousand hours of training hours that they actually put in police training that we give them most cadets. He says are too young to go straight into the force out when they finish the program, but Barr, you last year, they hired six cadets city of Phoenix employees head to KTAR dot com. For more information on an upcoming cadet orientation. Thank you, Martha and coming up on seven fifty five. It's time to check traffic and from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Here is Danny Sullivan, one of the heaviest freeways. I ten westbound west of university that is where you've got to right lanes blocked in the final clearing stages that earlier garbage truck fire fluid in the roadway, and all of that secretes have to clean that up. And then you've got the two. Oh, two. Red mountain freeway that is heavy westbound from about almost school road on over towards priests, then again, approaching state route fifty one seventeen laser off and on. Southbound cactus to six teen street. This report sponsored by SRP when you drive an electric vehicle, you could save your gas money. For something more important. Learn more about the many benefits of electric vehicles at SRP drive electric dot com. Dani Sullivan, KTAR news, mostly sunny today are high one hundred twelve degrees, clear tonight with a low of eighty three and partly cloudy tomorrow.

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"three thousand hours" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

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"three thousand hours" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

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"three thousand hours" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on WGN Radio

"That, you think the dodge look at me and go speak in English idiot. We oil speak the dogs that way. At seven twenty six most valuable person on the planet is Tammy Whalen who after listening to that on hold maybe questioning why she agreed to come out. Well, it is over one thing. I would look tabby. Most valuable plant. Tammy thanks coming. When you hear that? I can't imagine you must go home and go wire people talking like that where talk. There is a big adoptive Thon that we want you to know about in Tammy at the people to pause all over it. Tell us what we need to know. We're really excited. We're hoping our ninth annual spring it back to this day and Sunday, April twenty seven and twenty eight we have extended our adoption hours on Saturday. We opened from eleven to eleven on Sunday. We're going to be open from eleven eight PM and we're hoping to find homes for over a hundred. You'll take what seventy seventy five I know. But I had I've not that many. But I would certainly want to to see some of the dogs dogs and cats. We're gonna have you name it puppies kit. Wit cat dog all of which you can see on the Pasha card website on Chicago dot org. So this like tender tender for pets. You got them all laid out there. You could say that. Yeah. And go I just I didn't realize a lot of litters of all kinds of pets are born in this spring. Yeah. It does seem to be that time of year. Still. We're really hoping that the community could come out and rally and help take care of some of the doctoral pets that we can help the overcrowded shelters. And you know, we always say when you adopt the pet from your seating two lights. The one you adopt and another pet who can take place about the important stuff. And it's very interesting guys. Do you wanna name everyone that works at pause or little short on time for that? We have gosh volunteer that their paws at last year, the volunteer hours world one hundred forty three thousand hours equivalent to sixty nine eight months. There's a lotta his tremendous such a really good. All right. One more time. What do people do? So it's really important. If you're going to come into the adapted found that you kind of prepare yourself ahead of time. And here's a few things you can do we really encourage you to fill out the application online. So you can get to it from Chicago dot org. So it out online come in print it out for you. And that will kind of help speed up the process, and then if you have an animal in my dog or cat, you could see it from there. A few other things you need to have available is your state. I e the entire family needs to be pregnant, including kiddos. If they're a resident dog as we said, if you already have the dog, we need that dog to come with to me, it's new person to see what they're compatible, and you need to be prepared to be a little patient. It's super busy weekend. But perfect 'cause we're gonna want you to spend a good hour with an adoption counselor talking about the ins and outs of owning a pet. Oh, one more important thing. If you're a renter you need to have your lease. Or if you live in a condo building, something that shows us. It's okay for you to have pets any side. You can have in your building all those are important questions. The pause folks aren't trying to get inside your life. They wanna make sure that you are the right home for the animal. And you know, we we do our due diligence about the one thing we want everybody to know is the pas animal always a pod animal. And if things don't work out, we want everybody to know that you know, we have a lifetime guarantee. So that can always come back, and we will find the right home for them eleven eleven Saturday eleven date Sunday. Pause Lincoln park it up Jim center. Nineteen ninety seven north clyborn. Thank you very much and thanks for being the person on the planet. Thanks for asking. And we hope to a lot of people this weekend. Thank you for. Thank you. Hold enforce. Let's Tammy Waylon and let us know about your MVP's..

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"three thousand hours" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on KTOK

"This portion of the program is brought to you by Harry's. Did you know that the average guy will spend three thousand hours of his lifetime shaving don't waste those four months of your life overpaying for poor performing razors? Instead invest that time with Harry's. Like, I do quality shaving supplies at a fair price with Harry's. I always get a close smooth shave at a low price. Harry's founders were just two regular guys. Tired of paying for overpriced gimmicks. And like supporting guys like that the small business taken on the big guys. They combined a simple clean design with quality durable blades at a fair price. Harry's believes in their products so much that they'll give you your money back. If you don't love your shave. That's their one hundred percent quality guarantee of been a Harry's user for years. Saint for my dad, and now my son for a limited time only, Harry's as a special offer for listeners of our show new customers get five bucks off trial set from Harry's by using the code. Deal at harrys dot com. That's H A R Y S dot com. You get a razor awaited handle, foaming shave gel and travel cover all three bucks, plus free shipping when you use the code deal at harrys dot com. Go to harrys dot com today and join the ten million who have tried Harry's again, use the promo code deal at checkout to claim your offer harrys dot com and use the promo code deal. It's twenty minutes after the hour on this morning. Rossa K is here with more of America's First News at more than three hundred students and staff members at UCLA..

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"three thousand hours" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand hours" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Just it's got to be rebuilt. We we know that. I mean, the the private pledges now are in X somewhere between seven hundred and you know, a billion dollars at this point. So monitor one of the damage actually is. To rebuild the structure will they rebuilt it with would trusses over. They rebuil- those you know with with with steel or aluminum trusses instead. There's also a question about structural soundness of the towers, and the surrounding everything wooden was pretty much gut. It. If you go online, I saw some video tours of up in the roof in the rafters. And folks that would I mean, it's as old as you can imagine the way it looked up there the walking on wooden planks up. It was kindling. And they knew this. So why didn't they have an extensive fire retardant program this all kinds of materials to spray on to act as a fire retardant? Why worth their sprinklers and systems in place to put these things are all fair questions. But the heroism again is just miraculously the reports that eighty percent of the artifacts and relics were saved. The other massive stones hours as I said were are still intact. Hopefully, the assess all the structural soundness of what exists the other massive pipe organ damaged but survived. A good portion of the stainless glass. The the state of the state of the stained glass windows, good portion of the windows, a famous depictions in stained glass remain as well. Just you know, still trying to grasp this, of course, the the crowd of thorns being rescued and a piece of the cross where. Jesus was crucified. Survived. There's a lot more. I want to sprinkle in during the course of the show, but we have a lot of avenues in which we must travel. Hey, folks, that you know, that the average guy will spend three thousand hours of his life, shaving do not waste.

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