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"w w. els" Discussed on The Digital Analytics Power Hour
"Our dot is And on twitter at analytics our and now the digital. I don't takes power hour so apparently when we did the user research on which shows to rebroadcast..
Make Your Podcast Better with Elzie Flenard
"We're talking all about podcasts. And my guest is elsie flint. Hard and he is here to help us. he has. This amazing company called podcast town and he is a phenomenal podcast producers. So l z. Thank you so much for being on. The show tells a little bit more about you. And how did you get started in this podcast world. Well first of all thank you so much for having me anytime. I get the unity talk and people actually listen. I'm all excited. So thank you so much for the opportunity. A little bit about me. I've been in office for about seventeen years both in music and the spoken word and long story short. I founded podcast town. Because i wanted to other people get their voice out there get their message out there and so our our vision is to create a town where every voice is heard in. That's what we do. We help people's voices get heard and for you know for those listeners. Out there you might have picked up on my whole flight team will els. Got the whole podcast counting. He is the mayor of podcast town. And i just love it i love. I love a good theme. Now i gotta tell you l z. I audio is not my thing like visual. I can look at a photograph. And i can tell you what's good about it. What's not good about it. i've got a background in photography As well as a degree in psychology but audio. Like i can remember when my husband brought these gold cables or cords or something in for our tv. And he's like oh it's going to really dramatically improve the sound and my son was sitting there and he was like listening in his like night and day difference. I didn't hear one iota of change. I don't get it i. I don't know why you spend all this money on these gold cable fema jigs and so audio is not my thing and that's why i think. Sometimes we as entrepreneurs rely on other sports that are out
Detoxification Support During a Fast with Dr. Michael Murray
"Dr. Michael murray thank you for joining us here at the fasten transformation summit. Thanks david i love the name of your summit. Transformation is always a great thing of fasting. can be powerful vehicle to to make that happen. Yeah absolutely and so. How did you get get going. I mean obviously you've got this passion for research. How do you get started. In natural health. World had become the voice of natural medicine. There's an inner story in kind of the outer story. I tell everyone. I'll do a little bit. Mix of both of my father who developed a condition called els palsy. it Condition where you lose the Information to the muscles of the face a space with literally paralyzed you went so nature catholic doctrine at literally abroad his face back to light and I had a knee operation a couple years prior and it just wasn't really responding to physical therapy and he suggested i see this nature path. I did and it was just a miracle in my life. And i need to watch learn more. And the more i learned about the diet herbs natural approaches to health and human it just resonated with something deep inside the end this became my initial. I feel really blessed. And i gained so much personally from the path that i was led to and hopefully i made a difference in the world on my own death. Yeah absolutely certainly have. I need you and i really want to acknowledge you for just paving the course for younger people like me to come up and have all these references and be able to really share this message more and more people throughout the world. And you've seen. I mean literally over the last twenty years huge growth in a natural natural wellness. And other work you've done is helped high near that. So thank you for that thank you. This is such an important topic. I just wanted to stress at all the viewers out there. I really believe that the greatest threat to human health today is not some super bayerischer. You've been eating too much sugar junk food. The biggest threat to human health is the ever increasing environmental toxin load and we are at the top of the food chain and so we have the ability to increase as we age. The concentration of these toxins in our body are Accumulators these toxic compounds. It's really really important. These days to do everything we can to avoid. And then a support our body's ability to get rid of these toxic compounds. So i really welcome the opportunity to talk about this really important subject. Yeah you're so right about that. We need detoxification strategies. And that's your topic today. And so what kind of results. In what strategies do you like to use for detoxification and fasting. Will i think the the detoxification is really kind of complex series of events in our body in require an unbroken chain of these events to effectively. You get rid of toxic compounds. One of the great Basic tenants of nature pathak medicine is to remove obstacles to cure and obviously these toxins can be an obstacle but so too can Our inability to get rid of these toxins. There's a lot of things that go into getting rid of these toxic substances. We have to support our body properly a day in and day out but i think especially during a fast. Yeah absolutely what sort of toxins are the big ones that were trying to eliminate from our body. Well you know thousands of years ago when when they were doing fasting for healing they're mainly concerned with water. Soluble metabolic talks talks that our body naturally produces a water. Fasting was really great way to cut a flesh. All these compounds out these days toxins. That were most concerned about fat. Soluble toxic pesticides. herbicides flame. retardant solvents heavy metals and these compounds are stickier harder for to get rid of and we have to use different types of strategies along with a making sure that we're well hydrated to get rid of these talks and so. I think that there's a lot that we can do to assist the body. Get rid would the call persistent organic pollutants. Those are the compounds that the that i mentioned part of those that i mentioned pesticides. Herbicides flame retardant. These are the compounds that i think when people think of talks these days. That's really what they're thinking of. And for good reason these these are really a harmful compounds to
"w w. els" Discussed on WTOP
"The end of the year and available to all Americans as soon as April free of charge, but then refusing to take questions or concede the election. Hopefully, the the whatever happens in the future. Who knows which administration will be? I guess. Time will tell the White House is blocking and transition to President elect Joe Biden, which means Biden's team does not have access to government agencies or experts to coordinate its covert response. White House correspondent Ben Tracy There are record numbers of new covert cases, Louisiana among the states being hit Hard again. W W. Els, Jade Cunningham from New Orleans. We're struggling here. I will say I mean, I think there have been some recent increases in cases. It's got folks a little bit on edge because we're kind of surrounded by a lot of lot of infections in neighboring states. Ls you health Infectious Diseases Chief Dr Julio Figueroa says Halloween had an impact on cases. But it extends beyond that. And frankly, the trend is concerning the other major driver that's happening in some of the studies that have been reported. Have been family and friend gatherings. And then that's when you put your guard down. You take your mask off. You have your drink election you CBS News projecting winners in the last two states. Counting ballots. Georgia for President elect Biden, North Carolina for President Trump, who was still tweeting out false claims of victories and not only Georgia. Pennsylvania, where the former vice president has a far larger lead. Those who believe the election was stolen are completely miss informed, and that's the only word for it. That's nice. He a professor of political analyst Larry Sabotage on apparent steam pipe explosion and of veterans of Fair Hospital in Connecticut has killed of the employee and contractor left the third person missing. Medicaid Senator Richard Woman thought of our V. A facilities are aging and antiquated..
"w w. els" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Coffee in Washington Republicans open Monday night's Primetime Convention with dark warnings about America's future of President. Trump does not win a second term. CBS's Steve Futterman reports. The first night of the GOP convention was a full frontal attack on Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and the Democrats. Terms like socialist agenda were repeatedly used. Speakers accuse Democrats of encouraging anarchy and protecting criminals and many speakers flat out said If Joe Biden is elected, it could lead to the downfall. The Nation. One example. Former U N Ambassador Nikki Haley. Joe Biden is good for Iran and Isis. Great for Communist China, and he's a godsend to everyone who wants America to apologize, abstain and abandoned our values. Joe Biden's campaign announced that he and his running mate will have Covad 19 tests on a regular basis. We get more from CBS News campaign 2020 reporter Bo Erickson. This decision comes after Biden's campaign mandated daily covert testing last week for the press in order to attend his acceptance speech in Person, and Wilmington, Delaware, But Biden did not fall. Oh, the same guidelines and was not tested for covert himself. Tropical Storm Marco slid along the Gulf Coast Monday, but tropical Storm Laura is lurking out in the Gulf and could be a hurricane before she makes landfall. W W. ELS Dave Cohen is in New Orleans Governor John Bell. Edwards was relieved there were not severe impacts from Tropical Storm Marco. We're going to catch a big break as relieved as he Waas he's more concerned about Laura. Now the National Guard has more than 2000 National Guard ready to provide support. They have staged 94 high water vehicles across south Louisiana. Three massive San Francisco Bay area wildfires continue to rage on causing at least seven deaths more than 14,000. Firefighters are battling 17 major fire complexes statewide, some of them sparked by lightning. Outrage continues in Kenosha, Wisconsin, after police shot a black man Jacob Blake in the back seven times. As he was getting into his car, Governor Tony Evers acknowledged. The pain of the black community must see the trauma, fear and exhaustion of being black in our state, and our country was called in the National Guard to prevent more violence, sending your kid back to a physical classroom this fall. CBS's Michael George, with some tips, the school nurse and teacher should have a copy of your Child's allergy and Asthma action plan. All.
Gary Bernhardt - TypeScript and Testing
"Thing that you said about the test, we verifying the behavior system is totally true if you number one have well, if you have perfect coverage to the system. And that doesn't mean just line wise coverage because executing every line isn't sufficient. It doesn't mean even path coverage path coverage means like let's say you have a function with two with a conditional with two sides and an els, and then after that on related to the second conditional with two sides, you have four paths to that function because you can take either side of the first conditional on either side of the second. So. Even covering all the paths isn't sufficient because the data might vary in weird ways that 'cause you might, for example, you never thought to test for when some arrays empty and you're indexing until you're getting an undefined out your test never tested that. So the thing about. Let's throw away the integer versus strength and just think about like you have a function that takes a supposedly takes a string. and. You didn't think about what happens if it's undefined. Well, maybe you never pass undefined that function, but maybe you pass something that was indexed out of an array to a, and if that array was emptier, didn't contain that index, you're going to get an undefined and this is like at least in dynamic languages. This is one of the most common and annoying sources of bugs is whatever kind of knowles your language has and they show up. Yeah Yeah. Exactly. And these languages tend to have very lax with with somewhat an exception of Python. They have very lax handling of knowles. So like indexing ray with an unexpected index gives you all in undefined, her nail or whatever. It's called same thing with Hashes objects. So. One of the big benefits of a static type system. As you can say, this function takes a string and under no conditions will allow you to pass an undefined into their. except. Took mentioned, the type script was designed under severe constraints. Actually, type script does have this problem because of the type of indexing array is the type of the array. It is not union with undefined. So. This is not the greatest example, but there are lots of sort of other situations like this objects are a better example. Cause type stripped will prevent you from. Accessing a property that doesn't exist on an object and getting an unexpected undefined, and then passing that down into a function that never expected the undefined, all of that kind of weird. Stuff. This kind of weird bugs that can only occur due to run time. Data. A lot of them go away, not all of them and you know the language determines how many if you're programming Idris like really, you get pretty close to all them going away if you programming in type script like. It probably gets you eighty percent of the way towards preventing those kinds of things. But. This stuff comes up constantly with. A. So that was all. That's all of that was supposing perfect test coverage. You still have these problems that are based on run time data. They're not based on the structure of the code you wrote, would that mean that you don't actually have perfect test coverage though like that is the implication. So. I. Don't want to write I, don't want to one. Hundred Percent Path Coverage, I? Don't even want achieve one hundred percent line coverage. So an execute programs code base. The ratio of test code to should've written the actual number down, but it's something like maybe four to one production code test code is. That is that feels like a lot more production code to TESCO than what I remember seeing like the destroyer software screen casts and stuff. Like Ruby and rails stuff. Yeah, and it's a lot. It's a lot more production to test than in the destroy all software code base as well because in Ruby and like I have to. Constantly. Protect myself from from mistakes. and. With type script and play. I can strategically test. Things at just the right place. So like EXCO program has this core bit of code that handles year kind of progression through a course and the lessons and so on. That's really critical and quite complex code. All of that is like just paranoid testing around because if any of that ever goes wrong, it's going to get baked into the database and it's you know it's GonNa be there forever. But for example, our reactor components. Strictly speaking we have zero tests around the entire react. And that's there are a few points that are actually tested, but they're kind of factored out like reducer, kind of stuff like the actual. Component testing. But just like there's some areas of logic that I'd extract, it emerged test for because it was easier to write the code if I had tests while I was writing it sorta thing. Yep, exactly. and that's not to say that the front is never tested because we have some Cyprus tests drive a browser so. Are, tests actually step through every single lesson in the system just to make sure that nothing blows up, but that's more of a just a giant smoke test. So. And it requires no incremental work when I write new content or new components, just kind of works for free. So. By, having type script in place, not having to worry about all the wiring of components I can focus on. Very, complex tight fine grain tests for the core logic. Of the system and I can have this nice high level test runs through and make sure nothing is totally broken, but I don't have to write a whole lot of just really boring like this component. When it this, it renders you know with this class or whatever I. Don't do any of that stuff and. I. Think it's worked really well, I have no regrets about about switching type script for that purpose because the overhead is quite small when programming but the test over the saved as massive, I mean, we're talking about. I wrote a blog post with numbers in it, but I think it was something like the system would be two point, five times as many lines of code. If I had done standard, what was it two to one test to code ratio?
Pete Davidson on "The King of Staten Island"
"Years S. N. els Pete Davidson has been open about battles with drugs and depression since now he's offering a closer look at his life in the king of Staten Island I just always wanted to show where I'm coming from pretty much like how a tragedy affects a family tells tomorrow CBS Sunday morning the movie is semi autobiographical today my dad used to farm data my dad died in the twin towers on nine eleven I got everything I wanted out of it and made a tribute to my mom and dad and I got to face these things I've been avoiding for a really long time head on he still lives on Staten Island in the basement of the house he bought for his mother's story dated
Acting Navy Secretary, Thomas B. Modly, Slams Fired Captain as ‘Stupid’
"The navy secretary who insulted a captain of an aircraft carrier is marching back his comments acting secretary of the navy Thomas Moseley told the crew of the USS aircraft carrier teddy Roosevelt there els to captain was stupid in an address Monday over the ship's PA system the commanding officer of a ship like this mostly fire captain Brett crows here for sounding the alarm about the need to offload the sailors on board the ship due to a covert nineteen outbreak a letter grows your row wound up with a reporter but now mostly he's put out a statement saying he's sorry for calling Cruz you're stupid he said I do not think captain Brett crows here is naive nor stupid I think it always believed him to be the opposite chill NATO fox
The M62 Coach Bombing - February 4, 1974
"The day was February. Fourth Nineteen seventy four twelve. People were killed in a bombing on the m sixty two motorway in northern England. That Monday a private coach was carrying more than fifty military personnel and their family members earth as they traveled along the m sixty two just after midnight a bomb exploded in the coaches luggage compartment. The explosion could be heard for miles els. Eleven people were killed on the scene and one person died a few days later among the deceased were nine soldiers a woman in two children around at the time people suspected that the Irish Republican Army or IRA was responsible for the bombing. The previous several years years has seen the IRA carry out a series of deadly bomb attacks. In Britain politicians and the press immediately began blaming the paramilitary organization a quick investigation of a tag lead to the arrest of Judith Ward authorities knew that she attended Xinfei marches Sinn Fain is a left-wing Irish Irish Republican political party and forensic tests on explosives done by forensic scientists Frank skews supposedly linked her to the bombing. The grease tests found that. She had nitroglycerine on her hands. Van and bag word was arrested just ten days after the bombing when she was in Liverpool waiting waiting on a ferry to Ireland. She even had a notebook on her with. IRA slogans it after a couple of days of questioning ward admitted to committing the bombing gene. The police planned on charging her with putting the bomb at the bus station but when it became clear that she was nowhere near the bus station at the time of the bombing. They decided decided to charge her with planning and organizing the explosion. She went to child in October of nineteen seventy four though. She had a history of mental illness. This information and the potential that she was not fit to enter a plea was concealed at trial she had also changed retracted and made contradictory statements. Minson her confessions which were made under disorienting conditions. She confessed to other bombings. Besides that sixty to win her confessions and and the forensic evidence were used to convict her of murder and in November she was sentenced to twelve concurrent life. Sentences one for every person who died in the bombing the media portrayed her as a dangerous criminal later the method that skews used to test. The explosives was discredited. The tests could show up positive. What if with harmless materials? That had nothing to do with the bomb and the forensic scientists involved in wards case could have manipulated their interpretation of the evidence plus the prosecution did not reveal that ward had a record of confessing to crimes. She did not commit the Court of appeal determined that her confessions were unreliable and quashed her criminal. Convictions were spent eighteen years in prison before she was freed on. Unconditional bail in one thousand. Ninety two
"Hello and welcome to. Who Aviation Week's check six podcast where this week? We are at the Heli Expo. Twenty twenty conference in Anaheim California I'm Guy I noticed. The senior Serb based in Los Angeles and with me is Mike Hershberg Executive Director of the Vertical Flight Society and Tony Osborne who've courses our London bureau chief and well known rotor heads expert at four so gentlemen thanks very much for for being here Just like to say that sadly of course the start of the show was inevitably overshadowed by the tragic accident last week and which took the life of Basketball legend Kobe Brian. His daughter and several several other people on the S S. Seventy six. That crashed north of La so was a terrible moment And of course it did slightly overshadow the start of the show but and did put some sort of focus perhaps also on safety and the renewed focus. That industry always strives for but because of that accident accidents And because the accident is still being investigated the at this point. There isn't that much we can talk about on the podcast but Just is to say that. Obviously it was a tragic event. And the industry's recognizing that we we. We saw some several of the companies sort of moment silence before the press conferences. And so on. But it hasn't really been overshadowed the event in a way that perhaps we thought it might ride. Just think of one thing. There's a number of safety workshops were done on this past weekend. FAA Administrator and others it it allowed them to highlight safety even more SAFETIES core focus focus of the helicopter industry but is going to be I think a rallying cry to redouble our efforts for the Industry Roy Absolutely Mike and and so moving onto the events of the show itself of course This pretty well. The biggest news that broke in terms of the industry was the surprise acquisition of the Swiss helicopter Copter Company by Leonardo so Tony of course we're in the middle of all of that. Yes it was a real surprise. I mean they had a press conference tonight before they no clues were revealed it was. It was quite a shocker. That the next morning sort of been clearly been bubbling away for a few weeks or even a few months. We'll see aviation. We have been invited out to Sicily the month before. If you've read your most recent edition Asian of the magazine you'll seeing that Doing their flight test and Sisley. But this is a real big deal for Leonardo. It gets them back into the light helicopter market and so finally just got could be awol one nine Koala which is just one the US Navy Pilot training competition partition But now by securing the s eight zero nine. They don't have to develop a new one themselves. They literally bog in it costs. Release something like five hundred million to a billion euros to develop a new helicopter and they've got one for one hundred eighteen million euros essentially that Isabel and was is that a bit of a surprise the promise of all of the aspects of that story the fact that it was such a bargain basement price culture initially been looking for four additional owners had their their owners Lynnwood. They've been funding them for the past decade. I mean we I saw what was then. The Marinko says I helicopter in two thousand eleven and they managed to prove to produce a flying prototype in in four years and there was a lot of skeptics when I showed up here in two thousand eleven even but but since then I've gone from strength to strength. They had had some challenges. I mean they're on prototype free now and that's the one that really seems to be working. And that's the aircraft that seems to have given confidence to investors and in particular not to Leonardo that this might be a viable product. Roy Of course they did exhibit exhibit. Some design changes. Could you just talk about a few of those. Yes so we. We saw some changes to the upper. cowlings this is essentially a single engine helicopter POW by Honeywell H. E. S. nine hundred engine so two point eight five metric ton aircraft. So they've essentially made some changes to the top of the aircraft after justice of the aero-dynamics to better ride smooth ride which is something that they want. They want to try and get a smooth ride as possible because they wanted to make it easier. Easier to develop an autopilot which will then give them a single engined insurance rules and capability Rydin and Mike. Did you get a chance to go and see it on the exhibit floor. Aw I did Now also visited them at their headquarters at secon Switzerland last month and I was really impressed really by the team So they've hired a lot of X Airbus and Leonardo Bell really from from everywhere and they've really changed the the the makeup of the team that it's instead of being a Swiss helicopter using Swiss suppliers is a global helicopter using global talent and global suppliers so I think think That the new road ahead the new the the The new prototypes. That are flying. I think they've really turned the corner in the last year and obviously their her Their new owners saw that as well pretty important to remember as well. This is going to remain an autonomous unit. Going to be separate of Leonardo this is pretty. The more crucial aspects is that Copter wants to try and remain small in quite agile and speedy so Hopefully away away from the Bam off. The Leonardo it can still develop an bringing new technologies pretty rapidly. Leonardo management of talked about the copter being used as a as as a testbed for hybrid technologies for electric propulsion. And so on so the next steps should be interesting and with the backing of a big group that should help push sales els change the supply chain. It could be a game changer. For for the copter draft and Well of course talking game changers and the segue potentially into the electric field Although there weren't as many e veto type concepts here this year the with the the bell nexus showing up at last year's event There was of course still some activity and Mike. You're you're leading the charge really and telling the world about the veto revelation. You came up with some startling. earthling statistics To open the show with the could you tell us a bit more. About how many numbers of of new entrance right so the vertical society's been tracking EV development since two thousand thirteen timeframe we had our first workshop in two thousand fourteen so this past week or the week before the show. We had our our seventh annual electric. Vitale symposium So we've been tracking things closely and we have a website that tracks the all the developments the aircraft so the beginning of the week we had two hundred fifty two different concepts listed By the end of the week we'll have a few more as more things of have have come to light But yeah it's That tracks everything you know. Let's see later this area so not all of those are really be likely to end up on a product right But yeah almost two hundred companies or or inventors are looking at this base and didn't do say that it's the if you average out the rate at which they've been added added they seem to be coming out of the woodwork about two two per week to March one hundred year so every January two fifty. Now it's one hundred and fifty last year about fifty the year before so it's It's almost like a mass hysteria where everybody is so excited. Needed about The potential of electric vitale. That anybody who has this idea starts to design something or maybe even flies a drone or something subscale but It's really much more complicated than that and You really have a really holistic view of of an airspace. product development because safety is really key and understand system. Safety Design is really Was GonNA make a viable product right and of course. We did talk to a few of the company's traditional national helicopter companies like instrum for example who've Just told us that. They're talking to some veto manufacturers about being able to provide production facility or at least a way of certifying and even Helping them through to the reality of of the of producing the defying an aircraft or at least in a veto vehicle right. So they're really exciting. Thing about electric vitale is. There's a lot of investment money coming in from Silicon Valley another millionaires or other investors which is fantastic to have all this new money coming into aerospace defense money or or big. Oem Money so it's it's new money so they have a lot of really exciting innovative ideas but they don't necessarily know how to certified aircraft or aircraft production facilities so companies like instrument and others. Who are interested in this new space? certainly should be open minded and and look for partners For this kind of new Urban Urban Your Madonna aircraft
'The Bachelor': The Women Blow Up on Peter for Bringing Back Alayah
"Pete took Victoria F on a one on one date to a surprise chase. Rice concert turns out Victoria. F Dated Chase Rice before four. Coming on yes I mean our guy chase is like Charles Woodson back in the day like you know two thirds of the world's covered by water one-third by Charles Els Woodson Chase Rice is dated two-thirds a world so I'm two-thirds of the world's covered by water the other third is by chases ropes. Yes let's keep it classy. He's a lover his season. He no he is his vocal inflections. Yes is come. He's just a good dude. P Then took the woman on a group date to the Cleveland Browns stadium where there was traumatic place on pickers house. They played a game of tackle football coach by Josh cribs and Hanford Dixon. Also also I guess on the show when Chris was saying like all right. We're going to Cleveland and usually that's where all the girls like. It was just like everyone who's just blank face. WE'RE GOING TO CLEVELAND. And they're all just like oh I love when they do that. So that's an old real world trick when they were like and your trip is Argentina. And then when you're going to Yugoslavia of Lia ship and then Eliah whoever you guys remember got sent over love you assault was your map from nineteen eighty seven. It was not Yugoslav anymore shows now respect Croatia Vania. I actually did that on purpose so that I wasn't offending occurrence country. Okay didn't want to get cancelled. Elias shows back up and ask him out of fashion that lived in Yugoslavia. You guys are missing. The most part Alaya showed up. She got home last week so she's not on. The show actually had death squads that that executed people that were fighting against Nazis. So this is kind of a pattern for you in today's episode absorb get Alaya. Who got sent home last week? Shows back up and ask Peter to let her come back in and he did The other girls. That are pissed at Pete Heat and some threatened to leave so is this an empty threat or they actually goal-bound. I don't know this is like a union situation. The the rest are unionizing. Potentially that's that's what it sounds like. Well I mean the whole show is about roses so they're probably LDS say true. I don't get that joke but I I get I bet you it was a good one. Yeah you've probably really noticing roses on twitter. The twitter now. You actually haven't God that's it. Okay great I mean. That's the worst last. But that's a pretty every clip number. What happened Eliah
Should I use a free podcast host?
"It's then a few days since my last episode and I'm really glad to be back here. This is a topic this really near and dear to my heart because I remember what it's like to. CBS starting podcast. or It's been six years now. It's been a while but I remember what that was like and I remember that there were a lot of decisions to make. There were a lot of of things to consider and even though when I started. I had somebody kind of guiding my path. If you will one of those decisions that I kind of struggled with was media hosting how much I was willing to pay for podcast hosting because like many other starting podcasters. I was on a budget. I had a limited amount of money to spend and so I was making decisions based on what I perceived to be value for money. So how much upload could I get for how much I was willing to spend. Because most of the media a host at that time you paid for a certain amount per month of upload or you paid for bandwith repaid for something and so it was kind of doing that math and it was a hard decision. So I'm going to share my thoughts with you today with the your starting podcast or or an experienced. podcast I'm hoping that there's GonNa be something here for you today for the starting podcast. I'm hoping that this will bring a a little bit of clarity to the decision making process and for those of us that have been around for a while. Maybe some of the way that I think about this will help you as you try to communicate these kinds of do things to other people now. I don't for a minute. Suppose that I have all of the answers so if you have any additional commentary. I'd love to hear that you can have that in the comments on this episode. I'd love to hear from you as I told you in the intro. I do believe that you should pay for your podcast hosting for your media hosting yes. I remembered what's like I remember for sitting down with a limited amount of money thinking. Okay should I go with lips and her blueberry each one gives me this much and ended up making a call based on one one recommendation and to how much I could get from my money. How much upload? I could get my money but I think that I was thinking about it a little bit incorrectly because I was kind kind of viewing it as a commodity kind of the idea that well all media Oeser essentially the same so just pick the one that you like and on one level. That's that's okay it. It is a bit of a commodity I would also say and I would even argue that your media hosting and your RSS feed are the two most important technological aspects of your show that you can own yes the software that you use to produce matters your websites matter your skills. This is a host and as a producer matter the the podcast apps that people listened through those matter. Although you don't actually own those but none of that stuff matters others if you don't have a way to get your show to your audience and that's what the media hosting in the RSS feed are in my mind at work in supply chain for. Oh my day job. I worked for a large pet food company. And so I I tend to think of things like that. So I'm going to kind of share my thoughts based on how a supply chain works. So if you think about the process of producing your show I would think of that. Lake manufacturing you take all the raw materials you take all of the different ingredients who mix them together. You apply some kind if technology in some kind of process and you create your product your show. You've got that shiny new show that you want to get out there and you have an audience. You have consumers consumers or customers or people out there who are looking for the kind of thing that you do and so they go to the various places that they can get this. This might be similar to a retailer. Maybe Amazon John or maybe Walmart or Kmart or some of Kmart. Yeah some other store out there. So that's what they're going to get the show. It's GONNA show up sort of on the shelves if you will for them in in their favorite podcast APP but you still have to get the show that you've made from manufacturing the place that you made it to where the listeners. We're GONNA get it to her that retailer if you will is going to be and the way that you do that would be your distribution network. You're part of that distribution network and in this model your media hosting the place where you actually host the files would be like warehousing. That's where you make sure that your files are available so when somebody makes that call and they say I wanNA WANNA listen to this show. It's available for them and then the other thing would be the RSS feed which is like the distribution network. So the way that you get things out there it's like is your transportation so if you have a show that you've made and the files aren't available somewhere for some reason whether it's because the media hosts that you chose has gone out of business or they've had some kind of interruption or something people can't get that similarly the RSS feed the thing that makes it available in their favorite podcast APP up even if the files are there. If there's something wrong with that feed then they're also not going to get your show so in my mind in terms of technology the place you keep your files els and the way that you get it to people's favorite podcast apps are the most important things that you can have. People can change APPs they do it all the time. In fact I did it. I used to use an APP called downcast now I like overcast. I'm trying out Castro in new APPS A lot of the time because I like to check out the new stuff and Kinda stay up on that people can switch that all all the time and they can take your show with them. You can change the way that you make your show but unless you can't produce your show at all you have the ability to make it available global but if something goes wrong with the way that you're holding the files that are done and the way to get it out to people. Your listeners are sunk. They're not going to get it now. Maybe it sounds like turning into a tired old guy. I don't know maybe I am but the thing is in my mind this really matters. I think it's incredibly credibly important. Especially if you view your show as something that's valuable as an asset as something that matters to the people that are listening or that's something that matters to you. If it matters to you I think of it as an asset and I think that the way that you treat it and the way that you make it available for people really matters I really do think that. And so in most instances instances. I think that it's critically important. You've that you pay for your media hosting and for your RSS Feed. However I do think there are some instances when free makes sense so share those with you because ultimately I'm not GonNa make that decision for you? You're the person that has to choose because it's your show so when does free make sense. I think free makes sense. When you're just kicking the tires you just want to give it a whirl you wanna give it a try? I think that free makes sense. When you're making a show that you intend to be disposable a show that you don't intend to have a long run that you don't want to maintain and archive that you don't want to leave it out there? You want it to be a short run show and then you want it to go away. I think in that instance. It probably makes sense. Or if you're just testing something out you're trying it out and you think that maybe it'll turn into something but you don't have a lot of probability in that instance maybe free make sense but if your show matters to you and if your show matters to your audience in your audience matters to you I would suggest that you go with a reputable host with a track record and a service agreement that you're paying for so that you can help. Keep them in business. That's my opinion. That's what I think that you should do. I think that there are instances where free make sense but if your show matters to you and you want it to turn into something. I recommend that you go ahead and find a media hosts that you're paying for that you I believe will do the very best for you and keep your show available without interruption.
Quality education: Key to life
"This is Matt Wells that you a news. All societies are undermined without quality schooling for all said the president of the UN General Assembly in an interview just ahead of the International Day of education to Johnny Muhammad Bandai has convened a high-level meeting to mark the day on Friday and he firmly believes that among other benefits education helps strengthen self esteem. The leading Nigerian academic and diplomats told Louis Cathedral that nobody should be left without access to a quality education in the classroom. My background has helped me to appreciate better that causes. The kitchen is key to life. Education Health to transplant yourself as Tim. It gives an ability not to understand better other cultures. It gives an opportunity to learn a bit about history. Other people other places it also gives you a skill to have something to do post you. Formal Education and education is to be understood in the totality of what it does in the life of individuals in the import of it also has entrusted skills it gives to people compounds of the technologies that are created because of indication indication. I think central to life what would you say is the main obstacle to accessing in quality education many factors in some blessed. It may be whether you are male or female in other places could be able or disabled physically or mentally or in in any other way in some places it may be because you have no money to pay tuition and some blessed discuss are far away from your community. Many factors can be Indra to access to education. What factors I think? The unity has come around to understand that education is all right the Covenant on Human Rights is to begin with as well as many other human rights instruments are appreciated. That education is a human rights if you deny education individual you dummy to that maybe and and societies are affected if to be in large numbers. Do not have How would you rate the quality of education available in most countries no country or going wanted to have enough education? We just want to make sure that we constantly upgrade and improve education in terms of what is on top of the depth in of the way in which that you were able to teach so each country can improve on should improve on many aspects in relation to many elements of the rotation system. Whether it is curriculum could men with Ayuso embodiment with cool quality teachers policies of exclusion or access. All this limits of the system. A NEW UNICEF F- report shows that spending on education is heavily skewed towards wealthier households. How can more equitable financing be channeled in the connection between social glass an access to education around the world? And that's why a policy to have public support to ensure access by all human beings to education is key the UNICEF F- report also revealed that a third of adolescent girls from the poorest households have never been to school. Can you comment on. That is true more broadly. But it's even more mm also in relation to countries that are for to ensure the case we have to look at policies in those countries and also see what kinds of support other countries will to Afa the countries or organizations foundations to make sure that one reporters of households have the same opportunity. Public Education called duplication of the rest of let and to to ensure that nor social category is left out of indication whether they are women all of our differential but grants countries whether they're also disabled in terms of what kind of policies are in place to guarantee access to the to the biblically wanted. It's almost like a vicious cycle. People are uneducated so they can't get out of poverty that is true but when a condemned to continue to repeat the cycle because there's this dedicated advocacy around want in all countries to ensure quality education godless whether countries are in conflict are is understanding that even in conflict children should go to school. And that with this kind of push which you have to do more still there is arrive. I didn't proportion of individuals on Moore who have access to education hottest this factor into the sustainable development goals for us of an office of the presidency unassembled for session focusing on the connection between quality education and development goals on the premise. That hardly any goal can be reached reached the target without quality education therefore in a lot of pets complication at the center of Sustainable Development Goals. And that's why we are dealing with the goals but we are giving privilege to quality education among others key in practical terms. What are your aims? Contributing to the promotion of education would want to do is to continue to advocate advocate for access to quality education advocate of protocol means to exchange information on ds but beyond also to see whether through the were able to find in concrete support to countries that are left fighter behind whether it is in the provision of basic infrastructure to guarantee that people are able to go to school and to also oh key into what has been known as schools initiative to see that in London environment specific unsecure and we also have curricula that allows people to buy good education to allow allow them to adopt or to change. It should give you a sense of critical thinking and this is key to education. Do you feel that. The international community has a large role to play the education. All of talks on top of a cool us we should understand that when we talk of education wings is somebody who has a degree saying his regardless of country. There are certain things you assume. Deposits awesome should know as somebody trend to that level historians so there have tended that are more and more international. Anti of equivalence even though each occasional system is also cultural system may take and should tick naturally From his colors such but beyond this lesson versatility of knowledge which is key. And that's why because your systems may be critical of nations but they're also curricular at Guben nation could occasion truth universal so many children are not meeting the basic levels of reading and math. How can that be addressed arrest? We need to do upset in each case. 'cause in some things it may be because the quality of the teachers maybe not what we want in other maybe this question backgrounds of the -tudents Atlanta's in other cases that the renumeration of teachers is really so that people do not give their very best teachers. Nothing these are some of the issues. Oh has education impacted your own life for me. It's difficult to remove myself from the because I think els bon component. I still think I'm under par on it had been my life. Education is giving me an opportunity as a process to under others. Go to places onto with people around you and UNTER continued to learn every day so for me it is really to my life. Can you share any of your observations on how education that has helped others most people. I know who they are largely through. Do how the weather's on the WHO and how they also helps themselves having a qubit occasion as an educated yourself. How would you say education in your? Oh country Nigeria compares to that of other African nations. Modular indication compelled to that of any nation don't even took of Africa. Because December indication a had directly from Nigeria survived studies. In other places I think all countries have the standard that appreciable in terms of other cultures and individual factors trust each divisional system allows from others. What is your message about education to young people and their families listening to us now? Education is not a burden you should enjoy the process of land and you should value it. Prepares you to be a very active on meaningful number Buck Society but not just your society but the international community as well. Is there anything. So now she would like to add to just wish Alanis all over the world continue to enjoy an uncontested enjoy also teaching others of their also land it is. It is an exciting thing to be in education.
11 Trivia Questions on Rare Diseases
"All right here. We go with some rare disease trivia. If I'm not pronouncing one of these things correctly Spare me because some of these words are crazy but here we go question number. One Co tards delusion is a condition where patients feel. They're missing. What question number one CO tards delusion is is a condition where patients feel? They're missing what question number one question number two auto brewery syndrome. which is crazy? Because I'm at a brewery. They're making beer right behind me. Auto Brewery Syndrome elicits the effects of what famous next morning regret question number. Two Auto Brewery Syndrome elicits the effects of what famous next morning. Regret number two question number. Three a bull Bihan. Dr Has Thick layers of bark like sores on his body giving him what infamous his nickname number three. What infamous nickname belongs to a bull? Bihan Dr who has thick layers of bark like sores on his body question number. Four Zero Dermot Pigmentosa is an allergy to UV rays otherwise known as what syndrome allergic to UV. Rays would give you what syndrome name number four question number five. What is the most common cause of elephant titus? How do most people end up with elephant? Titus question number five question number. Six hypertrichosis is an abnormal growth of what what hypertrichosis is an abnormal growth of. What number six question number? Seven Micro Shah makes patients feel objects are further away than they really are thus leading to the person thinking they are much bigger than normal. This syndrome is named after what literary character when you think you are a much bigger than you actually are so they named it. After what literary character character it's called micro shot number seven number. Eight progeria is otherwise known as accelerated. What progeria is otherwise known as accelerated? What question number nine Addison's disease means you have cravings for what common household Ingredient Addison's disease means you have cravings for what common household old ingredient number nine number? Ten Moebius Syndrome is another name for facial blank Lanc Moebius Syndrome is another name for facial blank fill in the blank and number eleven for two points. What young actor started the nineteen seventy six movie? The boy in the plastic bubble question number eleven for two points. What young actor starred in the nineteen seventy-six? Seventy six movie the boy in the plastic bubble. Those are all eleven questions for today's quiz on rare diseases. For Greg Hines. We'll be right back with with those rare disease answers in just a few. We are back with rare disease trivia answers. Let's see how you did on this quiz out of eleven points question number. One Co tards delusion is a condition where patients feel. They're missing body parts. Feels like you're missing your arm or your leg or your head coach tards delusion question to auto brewery syndrome elicits the effects of famous next morning. Regret that means you feel like you are hung over even if you have never had alcohol or you didn't have the night before you have the effects of a hangover. It could happen with Auto Brewery Syndrome number three Abul Bihan. Dr Is the unfortunate guy who has thick layers of bark like sores giving him the nickname of tree man. I've seen some. I think it was discovery channel specials on the tree man fascinated with the disease. But I always feel awful for that guy because they tried removing them a lot of the stores and things and they did before and after and they all grew back like even thicker thicker so crazy stuff. If you are not familiar with tree man number four zero Dermot. PIGMENTOSA is an allergy. Uv Rays otherwise known as Vampire Syndrome from watch out cullens. That'll get you number five. What is the most common cause of elephant? Titus the most common cause of saying elephantiasis is giggling thing like a fourth grade kid. When you find out what it is I remember hearing what elephantiasis was people? Were like. It's win you your testicles swell up so big you can in sit on them. I remember hearing that as a kid and be like that happens to people but it's really just the swelling of anybody part. I think somebody just said No. It's done there to make us laugh when we were kids. But it's a mosquito bite so you can get elephant titus from a simple mosquito bite and that is the most common cause I am very prone to mosquito bites. You might have heard on the show over over the summer. We had like our first batch of mosquito bites and California's since I've lived here and I get them like crazy. I hate mosquito bites and I hope they never lied to elephantiasis number. Six hypertrichosis is an abnormal growth of hair. They'll be like a wolf man or People you might see at the circus that have the like the bearded lady thing that would be the hypertrichosis number seven micro show makes patients feel. They are bigger than normal and they call it alice in Wonderland Syndrome because she drinks those vials. Els that trigger and maker. Bigger Allison Wonderland was the literary character in question number. Eight progeria is otherwise known as accelerated aging or aging in Benjamin Button and and number. Nine Addison's disease means you have cravings for the common household ingredient of salt. You want salt and you need more of it. Addison's disease number ten Moebius Syndrome. There's another name for facial paralysis facial paralysis can't feel your face and number eleven for two points. The young actor that started the nineteen seventy-six movie. The boy in the plastic bubble was Mr John. John Travolta the cover. This movie is very strange. It's an extreme close up on his face and he's just like any looks very very weird and I've seen the cover and and I posted it online as instagram story sometime in the last year. I had the VHS at them some. I store so that was it John Travolta boy in the plastic bubble and not to be confused with bubble boy from Seinfeld. But that's probably what they took that from.
Should I move out of my parents' house with $55K in student debt?
"A few months ago I turned twenty five and I finally started. You're listening to everyone. Who's been telling me about the Dave Ramsey guy? All right great. Let me listen and so I started listening to him in your show and then I just started doing financial peace university in December. My predicament is so I still live at home with my family. They allowed me live here. Why would you want With great but I'm now in a position where I went to move out on my own. Have my own space all of that. So my question is do I pause my debt snowball and saved to be able to move or should I just stay put or should i. I put a rent in my budget and then do it that way. So I'm not quite sure how to do both because I really chomping at the bit and move and on my own then you all that fun stuff but I also want to set myself up financially so I like you. I like you because no oh I'm serious because a lot of people in your position would be so excited about the possibility of moving out. They wouldn't even think right they would just be spreading out the door. And you know what you'd it'd be yelling you'd be saying freedom as you run out and then you get there and you have all the bills and reality come in and then you go not freedom so so you need to be clear all right so first and foremost are you working right now. Yes sir. Okay how much is your how your income each year. Oh this year I will be around thirty thousand right around thirty thousand and talk to me about the debt. You have left them really. What do you have Sherri I so I have about fifty five thousand and student loan and then I have about twenty five hundred and like consumer debt and then I have? I have a elite and I'm really get rid of now that I know what I know you we we got a little fuzzy right there. What was the last thing you said you have elise? Emily Carr leave. I know what they are. I'm just not a happy all right. This is how much are you on the hook for with this Fleece Oh my monthly payment is three twenty seven. What kind of car is it? It's a jeep compass. Okay all right what else you have outside this lease so my student loans and then a little bit of consumer debt. That's not the twenty five hundred. I mentioned all right and And the least so nothing else. No okay now how is it. That's the money side so you're making around thirty eight. You've got this debt. How our things living at home? They're not bad at all on the scale of one to ten one being absolutely unbearable. Ten being it's Shangri la GimMe a number I'M GONNA five okay all right so it's right in the middle. There's nobody else listeners. Just me and you're talking So okay so that's the deal. Are you currently contributing anything to the household income right now right now the with your parents now I am not. I Live rent-free okay. And how have you saved any money I did but then when I started financial peace you know I put it all towards my corral. Emergency funds a trick question. I was trying to see you do know I was going to get my information one way or the other But I like that. And here's what I do. I love the idea of you being more intentional and I hope to goodness you are throwing money at this debt. Like you know like on fire because what I would say say in looking at this as a getting rid of this lease do you know how much longer you have on it so I will have. I would have it until the summer of Twenty Twenty One I. I know. That's what they're saying. I want to say here's what you're going to do. You get some information about how to get out from under this thing. Okay Because I'd much rather you you buy a vehicle for cash that you know that. Hey this is going to be a car that you're gonNA have not one you're going to have to turn in and I don't like leases because they can give you a total amount of miles els per year and if you go over that they can charge you a dollar more per mile so this can you dangerous dangerous setup for you And so getting that consumer data tacked tacked on your life. You really looking at the student. Loan debt. I like the idea of building a budget and going ahead and looking at some rent amounts in your area and go ahead and build your budget based off that and start to look at this now. I'm saying this because as you're setting money aside you're going to have to get ready to start paying this so it's not only just where you're looking to read. It might be the rent you need to understand as my rent covers certain utilities or not and so I want you to be mindful of this You I need to think about. Are you taking on a roommate or not Are you getting a small apartment. Don't try to get the place. You're just trying to get a place when the time comes but I would also talk to your parents about this. Let them know your mindset and timeframe And really start to really look at this and get ready find out what what their average water bill is. That's going to be different on the home for sent apartment but again some apartments will pay utilities or majority of them. You just need to be mindful of where this is so I like where you are. I'm proud of you. I'm proud of you that you not only have listened to this. You've started to apply in your life and that means you're setting yourself up for success. Excess and emily. You're filling full well. The pain of debt it's frustrating and it's irritating 'cause it steals from you right. It's taking your money instead of you being able to build for you so I'd like your mindset. I like where your head is. Stay focused young
Tiger Woods leads Team USA in 2019 Presidents Cup
"A preview Tiger Woods enters his ninth career presidents Cup of this time around it will also serve as captain of the American team in the bi annual tournament held this year at royal Mel born in Australia tiger excited for what he sees as a stack U. S. what were a very deep team the guise of of played well this entire year which joint on the American team by eleven others including Patrick reed Rickie Fowler and Justin Thomas means on the international team is captain by golf legend Ernie els and will feature Adam Scott Louis with Susan and had Dechy Monceau
What Happened on Horton Road?
"Well come to true crime brewery. I'm Jill and on Dick Kellyanne. Tennis was just two days shy of her fourteenth birthday when she disappeared in her own neighborhood in nineteen eighty nine in the days. That followed children's stopped playing hang outside terrified. Neighbors began a harassment campaign of the Gallup family. A family whose two sons had become suspects. The Gallup poll appeared like any other well-maintained suburban home on the outside but what police found inside was shocking. This story shows us how we don't know our neighbors as well as we think we do. And how secrets inside of a family can fester and proliferate infecting others. Join us at the quiet and today for what happened on Horton road a troubling and Morbid case of two families one suburban neighborhood and one unforgettable unforgettable crime so I picked a beer actually from UTICA to New York Beer. This is from that brewing company in UTICA IT SARANAC black forest black beer it's German shephard spear charts means black in German so a black beer dark brown nice thick coffee colored ahead a nice aroma roasted ransom light. hops taste just like you think would from the nose Selena thin and gotta be honest a little nondescript the script so it's not that great a beer but it's okay nicely drinkable okay. Does the trick does does the trick and never tried it. So why. Don't we opened up and give it a try Yasushi. Thank all right Dick. Follow me down to the quiet with head on down. Why don't you go ahead and start our story okay? Yeah this doesn't seem to be too much going on around her. I think it's post Thanksgiving. Let Down Sheriff. Though on we go thirteen year old Kelly. Antennas lived on Long Island in the town of Valley Stream. She lived with appearance Victoria and Richard and her younger brother Richie in a middle class suburban neighborhood on Horton road. There is just nineteen houses houses and Horton road. Some were Cape Cod style. Homes some larger homes of red brick wall with neatly manicured lawns. Horton road is a neighborhood of families with children building for the most part mixture professionals small business owners blue-collar workers there are certainly wasn't allowed to do in valley stream. There was an ice rink and a pizza parlor. Kelly was a good skater and the ice rink was one of her favorite places to hang out before March. Third Nineteen Eighty Nine Horton road. Residence shared a sense of community. They had a block party on Labor Day. The fourth of July in Halloween each year. It was a good way to let the kids. Kids have fun while keeping an eye on them. At the same time everyone knew one another at least peripherally and parents felt safe letting the kids walk to and from each other's houses to play but March third nineteen eighty nine marked the end of tranquility and peace. On Horton road. Life would never be the same for the people who lived there for as long as they lived. They would remember the day when Kelly. Antennas didn't come home and the lives of two families would be destroyed. Kelly did go to school that day. Her father picked her up after school and dropped her at her home as he did most days and on the ride home. Kelly asked asked for permission to go to the ice rink with friends butter. Dad Said No. She needed to babysit her eight-year-old brother Richie until her mom got home from work now the tennis house was full and you could even say as a little bit on the crowded side had belonged to Kelly's grandparents now they were elderly and they continued. I live in the House with the family now. In this particular day the grandfather was in the hospital dying after a long battle with cancer. So this couple had purchased the the house in the late sixties. Mira certainly well known to all the neighbors he a lot of the neighbors there had been there a long time for generations. Kelly's at least Richard was a big guy in his late thirties. He ran a business repairing cars victorious auto repairs named after his wife made a decent living for him and Victoria worked to of course she worked at a local physician's office. Heli helped a lot at home with her grandmother. Her little brother entered dog ugh brutus. She rarely had friends to the house but she did have a lot of friends and she saw them in their homes and also at the ice rink. According to Kelly's friends she rarely complained about her crowded house or the extra responsibilities that she had there she really loved her family and just saw it as her responsibility to pin chin. A Nice Kid. Yes very nice kid. From all accounts Kelly had four really close girlfriends and these girls had nicknames nicknames for each other Kelly's nickname was sky because if her big blue eyes she's tall five foot. Eight and her hair was Brown with Auburn highlights and she was known for her wide smile. And here pretty much always happy disposition. Now maybe it's because of her family responsibilities but Kelly was more organized Organiz than most girls her age. She had a calendar in her room and she could be counted on to be where she was supposed to be. At any given time she hadn't yet had any boyfriends. She didn't drink and didn't do drugs. Kelly had a girlfriend the same ages. Her on Horton road share in stone. L. Sharing live just five doors down down so Kelly walked over there quite often to visit. The gulab family was one of the quieter families. On Horton road. They were a bit older than most and not super a friendly. The Father John was in his fifties very serious and hard worker. He operated a gas station in a neighboring town and he also did car repairs this his wife Elizabeth Gulab in her late forties and on the heavier side was more friendly than her husband. Elizabeth had friends in the neighborhood and she attended ended. The Roman Catholic church where her three children had had their confirmations. She worked full time at a local transportation company in the office. But what Elizabeth really enjoyed with shopping at garage sales and flea markets. That was her passion. She would call herself a collector if you'd asked her but everyone would soon find out that she was a hoarder before order became a noun. Yeah wasn't really a well known thing then true now the go ahead three the kids. When was Adele the oldest? She is a graduate of college. Twenty one year old Robert and fourteen year old John Jay Robert and John J I still lifted home Adele lived in Manhattan and worked for an accountant for an accounting firm. Kelly's very best friend was Roberta Gross. They had known each other since they were preschoolers they attended. Would Mir middle school went to the movies ice skated and they were just beginning to talk about boys. Neither of them had dated yet Kellyanne. Roberta routinely talked on the phone after school. Roberta had an after school job where she was able to use the phone. So March third was a Friday and Kelly's birthday was that Sunday the plan was for Kelly's closest girlfriends. Four of them to take Kelly out to to dinner Friday night. Invite over first sleepover at Roberta's and surprise her with a slumber party. Kelly's mother had already agreed to this with Roberta. OUGHTA after her father dropped her at home. Kelly called her friend Jennifer but there was no answer then. She called her dad at work and asked to go to the ice skating rink again. He again told her no. It was still another hour until her mom would be home and then she could go. Kelly called another friend after that and complained about having to babysit her brother. She said she was thinking of just leaving for the ice rink anyway. The phone rang at the tennis house. Shortly after that. And Richie answered. The caller said that his name was John and he asked to speak to Kelly so Kelly took the call spoke for less than a minute then twenty minutes. It's later at three ten PM. Kelly told her little brother Richie that she was going to her friend. Nicole's house just down the street and she'd be right back. Richie wasn't I used to being left alone at all. So after just five minutes of Kelly being gone he decided to go find her at three fifteen. He walked down the block to Nicole's house but Nicole said that Kelly hadn't been there six year old hairy Finney who Kelly had baby sat for in the past was out playing in front of Sharon Sharon stone. Els House which was between Nicole's house and the goal of House here. He told Richie that he had seen Kelly and she'd gone into John. Jay's house the goal of house both of the young boys went over to the goal ABS. Front door rang the doorbell several times but nobody answered there so Ritchie. I went back home and he was back home at three forty five by himself. No big sister at this point. It's kind of like. She just vanished. The she wasn't where she told her brother she is going to be right and nobody seen her except for one little kid has said she went into the goal of house. Yes but they couldn't couldn't get anyone answered the door now. It was really strange. It's very strange. So Richie got back home. And he called his mom and his dad to tell NICB. Kelly left him alone victorious she would be home within the hour. Ritchie mentioned the Gallup's House to his dad. Dad Tom go find your sister so he told Richie to beat on the door and call for Kelly until someone opened the door. Kelly barely knew the Globes. She had no reason to be in their house and she needed to get home. I'm I'm sure the parents are kind of pissed off at her now. She's not watching a little brother. She bailed on him yeah. Initially they're angry right. They think. Why would she do that? There's no reason right. But before he went over which he took it upon himself to call the goal of how several times he found the number in the phone book. Remember those phone books. Yeah you're yeah. Those were cool but there is no answer so he walked back to the House and he pounded on the goal of store yelling for Kelly and he did this for several roll minutes but now he heard loud rock music blasting inside the house not to give up so easily though Ritchie went to the sidewalk and started yelling Out For Kelly yelling her name and then he got a little bit clever he started yelling. That brutus is loose her dog because he thought well if she knows her dogs loose. She'll she'll come out right away. She loves that dog but still nobody came to the door. There was no response at all. Just a house with the door shut and loud music playing so Ritchie went back to the house and Roberta. Her friend called again for Kelly. She called two more times in the next hour. So and Roberta's getting more and more concerned about where Kelly could be. How Victoria got home? A little after five and Richard was a few minutes after her and they were upset. Like you said because this wasn't something to Kellyanne ever done leaving brother alone like this now added us. She was very reliable so the parents called her friends. But no one has seen Kelly really. So I they're at they're angry but then a very quickly became word. Victoria walked down the block knocking on doors of their neighbors and friends know Anouar Newark. Kelly gone finally Sharon stone. All told Victoria that she had seen Kelly. and to the Gallup's house after three PM this supporter. What Richard told his mother and a father but a strange the goal of did have a fourteen year old son? John Jay the Kellyanne John. Jay were in France. I mean they don't hang out together didn't do anything together. moodiest proximate in age. Yeah so I think most parents would remember a time when their child disappeared. Like that. And you just panic. You don't know what to do and unfortunately in this case it turned out to be your worst nightmare. The worst thing you could imagine there were five calls else from the tennis house to the Gallup's house between four fifty three PM and five thirty pm that day just before six. PM Richard Tennis. It's called the house again and finally he was able to speak with Elizabeth Gulab. Elizabeth said that Kelly had not been at the House and it actually took a moment to remember member who Kelly was because these two families weren't that friendly Richard S to speak to John. Jay who was the fourteen year old son of the goal ups and Elizabeth did hand over the phone to John. Jay Gallup John J told Kelly Stat that he hadn't seen Kelly for several days in fact but Richard thought he sounded nervous. He seemed really anxious to get off the phone too so he didn't know if that was just because he was nervous talking to an adult or if he new something he was hiding. It seems that I know it hasn't been a longtime Achilles been gone right but she never did anything like this. I'm thinking and people are starting to get a little fearful about what's going on here. Yeah but I don't think John Jay was getting fearful no. He was kind of a teenager with an attitude. We'll get to more of that. I think John Jay you saying I haven't seen her but we have two people who said that Kelly went into his house right.
Els adds 2 more Presidents Cup rookies with captain's picks
"Ernie els finishing out the international team roster with his captain's picks including a couple more rookies which brings the total to six players on the international team who will be playing the presidents Cup for the first time else also selecting Jason day as one of his captains selections US squad is led by Tiger Woods he will announce his captain's choices on Thursday he could use one of those selections on himself has been a player captain in the presidents Cup since Hale Irwin in the inaugural event in nineteen ninety four the only one for the international squad came out well Melbourne two decades ago the Americans though one at the same venue
Interviewing Paul Wilson with Bell V-280 Valor
"Our guest this episode is Paul Wilson he's chief engineer for the Bell v Two Eighty Valor program the V. Two eighties New Tilt Rotor in Paul leads the the engineering team responsible for the execution of all development efforts on the V. Two eighty joint multi-role tech demonstration and future version goal lift programs before he joined Bell Paul served in the US Air Force as an acquisitions in aerospace engineering officer and at Bell Oh but prior to his current role. Paul led the V. Two eighty vehicle systems team in the development and testing of flight control avionics propulsion in mechanics call systems all of that culminated in the successful first flight in two thousand seventeen and in his time at Bell Paul served in other leadership roles including as project manager for the for seven G X autopilot development and certification program and as the ipt lead for els vehicle management systems and integrated vehicle health management technology. Ira De Paul will come to the airplane Geeks podcast thank you for having me on glad to be with you now we're going to jump right in with appall and we'll come back to the nation news after that breath as I mentioned the Bell v Tweety Valor He's a tilt rotor aircraft it was selected by the US Army for the joint multi-role technology demonstrator phase which is a precursor for future vertical lift that program Paul can you tell us what those programs are in what is the US army looking for here blue it'd be glad to share that so we've been working here a bell on the Jamar Tech Demonstrator multi-role Tech Demonstrator Program for the for the six years and when the army started this effort about six years ago their objective was to support risk reduction technology ration- but really to get at the The key technical development areas I would support informing the art of the possible bowl for future vertical lift so future vertical lift is the future program of record those are the aircraft were trying to field in the future to the war fighter and then the joint multi-role demonstrator program is all the activities that go to reduce risk and informed capabilities and requirements for that future production program so as part of that future vertical lift the is actually composed of multiple classes over craft sizes of aircraft everything from what we call a capability set one aircraft which would be a light scout aircraft to the capability Lee said three which is the program that I'm working on the beach you eighty program we'll talk more about that up to potentially capability set five aircraft would be Think of a C. One thirty size vertical platform so really encompasses a large range of sizes of Eric craft and for the joint multi-role Tek demonstrator program we're focused on an aircraft that would be sized around providing black cock you age sixty like capability so the army wanted a platform like the age sixty from a size standpoint but that could bride longer longer range capability more speed capability improved hover performance in addition to improving things like survivor ability affordability etc and so the program that I've been working on has been focused on that future Blackhawk replacement aircraft from a construction standpoint and so over the past six years we've designed built and have now for the past two years been flying bells under a craft the beach you eighty which is for that Blackhawk replacement type aircraft and then going forward that future vertical lift program of record would again have multiple sizes of aircraft and the army is currently focused as part of their modernisation priority he's the two aircraft saw a platforms of their focused on in the near term are a small scout platform and that program is called the future attack reconnaissance aircraft and then the Blackhawk replacement aircraft which that firm is called the future long range assaults aircraft and so all the work we've been doing here over the past several years has been going towards again in formula requirements and reducing risk for that future long-range assault aircraft or the replacement for for the Black Hawk and there are as I understand it a number of companies that have been working in this area trying to develop things but it has has the army essentially made a down select to to you and in companies that is that where we stand on this now no so we're the program stands right now is a net tech demonstration phase and so as part of that the army a selected four OEM's For four manufacturers two of which were to build a build and fly tests demonstrator craft and then two other companies that were doing a ground based development or testing and so the two aircraft that are currently As part of the flight test program under the tech demonstration phase are bell with rb two eighty platform and Secorski Boeing partnership around the be one which is a different compound co ax type configuration and Adele has the the tote rotor version and then so that is not a competitive fly off at the end of the tech demonstration effort again we're reducing risks informing requirements and capabilities to help define help to find the technologies and read it technip technical readiness of that future platform on the record side so the programmer record which will end up being competitive would be the future long-range assault aircraft platform and so the army's working there acquis in strategy basically to develop continue to develop these capabilities continued inform requirements that would lead towards the record a couple years down the road I see okay the good that that makes a lot of sense and let me just also say at this point for for you listening that we have a number of pretty getting videos that bell has produced that show this aircraft to eighty hour in we'll have those in the show notes with your you know if you're at home or someplace in front of a computer as we're talking is you're listening to this as we're talking you might want to take a look at the show notes it airplane Geeks dot com slash five seven six and take a look at some of those those videos David where are you going to interject something hadn't planned on it but since you're asking I thought I heard you I've been on view to whole time if you're hearing me it's voices in your head could be Whoa Tilt Rotor over standard conventional helicopters and then a little bit more what what aspects of the tilt rotor different some say the V twenty two the current production tilt rotor. Sure Yeah Greg Greg question so the capability that tilt rotor brings is the combination of vertical lift capability with wing borne flight
Winter Skincare with Humidifier
"So because it is is we're going into the winter and you know like all of the moisture that you put on your skin I mean it can only go so far and especially if you're doing els which I've started doing everything's peeling everything's dry and I spend all last week doing deep research and deep dives amid a fires I swear by them but there's so many different kinds and the ultrasonic ones if you're not using distilled water which the weight that I'm Ron through these things can get to be pricey you just really need to I I went back to an old faithful here's the boxer ready to laugh because it just it's the honeywell ultraviolet germ-free cool moisture humidifier and I'm GonNa give you the model number because that was the only way I could find it it is the of course it's not on the bots let me tell you this thing is back back logged on Amazon for like another two months because it's so good it does use a filter which some people like some people don't I replace them they go for about nine bucks it's cool we'll call moisture you can clean this which is a big deal and I got on target I think it was about seventy bucks but this is going to save my skin it's GonNa save your skin it's GonNa save your nose yeah you wake up in your mouth is like people wake up and they say that they have make don't use humidifier some people wake up with that breath because I guess you're reading I don't personally think I've ever had that problem or maybe it's just wake up with bad breath anyway but your confessions up today connections well does anybody wake up with good breath really no no now it could be even worse breath it is don't next topic of podcasts do Ya oh good one that's a really good one okay what are you half all right I'm going balls to the wall left still joining you with moisture and the season Augustine Bader the rich cream glare sorry neiman Marcus mountain three hundred plus knocking ally totally bought it second time Badeah so it's worked you've worked it's worked before it is a PC cellular renewal rich cream it uses your own the accident activate your own stem cell that being sad sti- abuse other products with other stem cells in which we don't really those stem cells are and what they come from it's an entire other topic on cast as well I didn't care what it was because I saw my face turn back then handsome ta I saw it turn back the hands of time on my face a matter of ten minutes I was like stem cells so so this is a moisturizer or Sarum it's moisturizer it's called rich cream I only use it at night L. vehicle the rich cream for rich people or roach not fair but it's it I gots I Jim because Melanie Griffith's I follow her kookiness on Instagram you reminds me of her mom and I love all of her movies she never backs anything and she backs us we'll end yes and there's another celebrity female who also is part owner of the company on your arm sorry she's another one like mind but this is all try it and it it was it's a huge awful beautiful redoing cream okay so rich that it is my winter nighttime favorite Oh nice okay but three hundred dollars that's a pretty penny how is it last I'm going to say it's truly one pump does your entire face okay and I WANNA say six months 'cause I only use it at night oh my goodness okay so that's really you think about it that's that's not so bad it is an upfront investment though for short it is but do you think that like if you go into new markets look at you sample it will give you a sample the absolutely do I've actually bought it through the company from Germany. AC on me samples and Marcus at Bergeford been are huge on customer service so if you want to try they will give you can we give them a bit of a shoutout right now because I finally caved and signed up for the Neiman Marcus card credit card and I was buying myself my fortieth birthday present to myself from myself a pair of Valentina boots and by doing that they have this encircle point system which I know you know about around remember when you gave me my birthday gift and I was so blown away by the gift wrapping well I am now in the circle I think it's like tier three that you get get the free gift wrapping with everything and that right there is worth everything it's beautiful and their customer service is great so I've been ordering stuff especially now going to the holiday the season like I've been ordering stuff and sometimes what I'll do is I'll order so there is this one scarf that I thought I wanted to give somebody sway ordered one wrapped in one unwrapped just in case knowing that would return because again it's also free returns and yeah I didn't like either sent them both back but smart an interesting way to shop I don't know if that sounds crazy but no because you wanted to make sure it was right I wanted to make sure it was right I wasn't going to the store but I definitely wanted to make sure it was right and if it was right I was going to just take it in hand the gift but since it wasn't anyway neither here nor there
Whistleblower Sites 'Waste Of Funds' At Guantnamo Court And Prison
"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity. Some things are slow like a snail races other things are fast like Xfinity X. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply and NPR investigation has uncovered criticism of the US prison at Guantanamo Bay Cuba from the inside NPR has learned that a former top attorney at the military court court there has filed a federal whistle blower complaint alleging gross waste of funds and gross mismanagement forty men are still confined at the prisoner there including holiday Jake Mohammed the alleged mastermind of the eleven of the nine eleven terrorist attacks which happened eighteen years ago today some have been held almost twenty years without being charged. Sasha pfeiffer of NPR's investigation seem has spent months researching the Cossack Guantanamo and found government spending totalling billions and billions more expected to be spent. She's in our studios this morning. Hi Sasha thanks for coming in. You're welcome good morning. What are we say billions. I mean that can wash over people. How many billions are we talking about. Since about two thousand els into it's been six billion dollars spent on the court in the prison together and I want to emphasize that. It's not just that critics say it's expensive. They say that it's wasteful. They told me that every a year hundreds of thousands of dollars of government devices hard drives cell phones laptops are destroyed because of spills of classified information. There are a lot of lawyers working down there hundreds of them. Some of them are death. Penalty specialists who are private attorneys paid by the Pentagon cost more than regular government lawyers some of them bill about a half million dollars a year. There are charter flights that taxpayers pay for that flight to and from the island some lawyers. They're mostly empty. Total legal costs costs about sixty million dollars. A year. That's despite the cases being largely stalled and one key finalized conviction since the beginning so how does the government justify those because they say that's just. That's just what it costs to run this operation. That's basically what they say It's also especially expensive because it's in Cuba so you have to go there and back every time you WANNA hearing. I've spent a week there. July generators air conditioners dehumidifiers humming all the time trying to keep the mold out of the tents in the buildings. They've eighteen hundred guards that are looking over the forty remaining prisoners. You know both sides blame one another for how long this is taking they sometimes it's an intentional delay strategy but and yeah it's really the numbers have really added up over time and the government hasn't responded to your requests for query well. They have provided numbers but the numbers have changed over time. They first told me it's one hundred and eighty million a year three months later. That number jumped to three hundred eighty million a year. I called the House Armed Services Committee last week to see if they had an updated numbers they had the out dated needed one hundred and eighty million dollar number this congress the Pentagon wha for about a month I said. Can you talk to me on tape about this. They said they couldn't provide anyone. the defense attorneys talk a lot so here is John Baker. He's the chief defense counsel. He's a Marine Brigadier General. Here's what he says. Holy Crap people need to know the travesty that is getting you know it's beyond comprehension that it is twenty nineteen people that were accused of crimes that it occurred in two thousand one captured in two thousand and three are nowhere near trial now about a week ago a judge in the nine eleven case did set a trial start date of January twenty twenty one but many lures. I've talked to think that's an unrealistic why I mean after all these all this time all these years and twenty twenty one is still years away. Yeah and you know part of that is because if you look at experience how long this process has taken over the past eighteen years it's hard to believe it can speed up that quickly when I was there in July. They were having these long complicated complicated dense arguments. About how do you define war. They were talking about Pearl Harbor and the lend lease act so that's slowing things down. The island doesn't have enough bathrooms rooms office space and housing for these trials and the number of people that would go there so it's just unprepared and then you know there have been incidents that have actually reversed progress. Sometimes I talked to Guantanamo defense lawyer named Michel Parody he represents the man accused of masterminding the USS Cole naval worship bombing that case has been on pause for almost two years because listening in devices were found an attorney client meeting room so three of the lawyers quit. Here's what Paradise Paradise says about all that the degrees permutation of chaos particularly in these military commission mm proceedings is something that's just unimaginable something. You couldn't make up unless you were the writers for the show veep or something like that who put the listening devices. They aren't sure they. I think the CIA did the prosecution says don't worry that listening devices weren't activated so it's just been it's been it's been a lot of drama. Wow you also heard from a whistle blower. WHO's talking for the first time publicly about all of this who is he. What does he say. His name is Gary Brown. He's a retired air force colonel. He was the legal advisor to the man who ran the war court and he points out a larger context which is that he believes. It's going to be hard to get death penalty convictions because so much evidence was tainted by torture. Even if there are convictions there could be fifteen years worth of appeals which would take another one point five billion dollars if these defendants are found not guilty. The government says it can keep holding them anyway so Brown says why don't we take the death penalty off the table. Settle these cases plea deals the prisoners would plead guilty and get life in prison that would speed things up and lower costs. They haven't been successful. They've stalled hold their incredibly expensive and instead. Wouldn't it be better if we just said you know what they didn't work this time but he got fired his boss before they could advance very much less. A A lot of people didn't want to hear Sasha pfeiffer of N._p._R.'s investigated investigations team. Thank you so much Sasha.
"w w. els" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Greens i remember shooting sixty six on a saturday at oakmont and a lot of my friends say because i shot seventy seventy three or four in the final day they say you choking choked choked a little bit but i couldn't get near the flag where i could shoot at the flags on saturday on sunday that took the moisture out of the place and they put the flags on on positions and you couldn't really school so you know it just dictated of how the golf course was set up again the conditions can just fluctuate some much which i really really don't get so yeah hopefully they get it right because they just haven't added right i mean they got some it was it was pathetic then you had lost you at a new golf course to to remain in a sixteen under ones and then and then this year they do that to shock so i don't know where this thing's gonna end couple more we'll get we'll let out of here appreciate your time but i want to know what is what are you most proud of in in your entire career wow that's a that's a good one i should've sorta that one i you know being out you for quite some time in turn pro back in nineteen ninety and playing i think we'll i the world and and and winning the world i think that's that's really something yeah i mean and just having a good report with people i think leaving the state i think is is important that you live with some dignity yeah i mean like the guy beats the hell out of you but i'm still in good stead with with the fans the players and so forth and and really playing a worldwide schedule i think we touched on that i think that that made me a little bit different and and i did it my whole career which was kinda nice and i think i think most people would agree that your your dacian work els for autism is is one of the most recognizable names in the in the gulf world i guess when it comes to charity where can you tell us about the passion that is behind your your foundation was there was there many foundations when you started it seems like every gulford foundation now it was a big drive of the tour but was there much of that when you started it or was it pretty new idea well you know you gotta give the pj to credit i mean they they charity based organization i mean that's drives them every tournament we got to this charity dollars being given to two local charity so you know you have a pretty good understanding of what the tour is all about i was lucky enough that i had things go my way and my parents could send me overseas my first thought before my family came around was to help junior gophers have the opportunity to be able to do what i did get south africa and go and try and play overseas i mean that exchange right compared to the dollar and the pound is is really weak so you have to have a lot of capital to leave the country so i deal with we did was a foundation for junior golf guys are pretty good we would help him through school and give them opportunity to guy was season play and then the family came around especially with ben when bain was born with autism when we got our heads around it myself and my wife started l dozen and you know we moved up by from london to the us because in london they wasn't the kid my boy could get wasn't good enough we were very comfortable in florida and the us people are just the most unbelievable people we raise money and we've both this one of a kind school for autism in florida and this this kind of school is exactly what the people of autism needs right around the world so hopefully governments people will come and look at the school and both a hundred of these things because my boy has gone through the roof he would absolutely hate going to school i had to drag him out of the house in the car out of the car into the clause kicking screaming he cannot wait to get out of the house in the car out of the car it's school and now we gotta dragging out of school to.
"w w. els" Discussed on No Laying Up
"It up like that again is is just crazy you know they when the fairways with that wide maybe the us j saw to that really get going with the greens which they did you know even the first day we played in often noon and all the flags but right on on the ages it was really right on the on the line of being on fail radio on thursday then the ryan sky on friday morning softened things up and then later go again on saturday putting flags on on mounds and pull off the greens so i i really i'm a little bit disappointed not little i'm quite disappointed i mean that was my twenty fifth straight year playing the us open i've seen them all you know and it seems like we keep coming back every now and again to the us j just gone find the happy medium of just letting the golf course b then you got one of the base conic of course all of the world and you got to try and really get tricky with a golf course it's just not student happen peres your favorite setup that you saw whether it's one that you want or not yeah i mean there's been some really good ones but i would say in my twenty five years i would say there's been hof good enough bet yeah i don't mind playing tough course and getting it in tough shape us to scored on but buffet and and then kill the greens and it seems like they greens die when the us jay papal beach twenty thin it was a joke it was terrible in the greens with the hannah was dead in the green i mean it was terrible as one of the base golf courses in the world again it's just just i just don't get it comparing your win the setup for your win it at at oakmont in ninety four versus the setup do you know the saturday we could hold a the.
"w w. els" Discussed on No Laying Up
"I was tough and i'm very i'm very glad that both of us made parts because it would have been hard on either of us if we didn't make those putts in somebody to lose almost thankfully it went dark because it what did you think of the decision i guess to tie it wasn't another decision unique because i think it was it was a good decision because i mean vic thanksgiving at the end of the day this mall life after golf and americans the guys that plane was ready they were going to go back to the states with things that was set in in place people at the be places the next day so i think the right decision was made you so far away from the rest of the world and in africa and sleep and then the next day guy out in play i think it could have been really unfair on either side you guys should write in the captain's agreement that if it comes down to tie you and tiger nah i think he's he's in he's in bitta full than i am at the moment yeah i think i think we'll give it to the guys let the boys struggle that's nice yeah yeah maybe sit on the sideline that's what is the current the current status of your game what are your your goals i guess for this stage of your career what are you working on what are you what are you hoping to get out of the stage of your career well i was trying to get it but a foam this year but it hasn't quite come around but i'm looking forward to the to the open championship is my next makes next major and a mightly the scottish open but i'll be forty nine in october and fifty next of gut the prisons cup coming up i'm going to give that my full attention and i wanna play but i think i'm going to play a little bit less than i have been you know i can feel and also my frustration live on sky because i'm not playing the way i wanna play and that really frustrates me and what part of your game are you most frustrated mental game i mean my physical games not bad just make the most silly that you you cannot believe and not a member speaking to some a mom main toys you know nick price greg norman nick faldo and they all say that dial playing perfectly well everything's fine and out of the blue something happens like later that come from and that's kind of what i'm getting through now i'm going fine fine fine and out of the blue do something that you would never even imagine as a rookie so that those are the frustrating things other than that i'm perfectly fine so we'll see what it goes i mean i'd like to play i wanna play competitively and i wanna feel like i have chances to win i i don't want to be missing cuts and and playoff weeks well you play the champions tour at all yeah yeah i'll play the champions too and that's why i think i need to be fresh because those boys are playing it seems like everyone that turns fifty everyone says oh he's tear up the tour and it's not happening it's very competitive and it's a different style of gulf a little bit to firing flags and you gotta you gotta be on seven buddies day you know and the guys doing that you know so i'm looking forward to playing off because we can actually make booties get to five two again and stuff like that but you're gonna have to have your game i mean all these guys are really ready to go and we're gonna have a big loss of sixty nine there's a lot of my guys going in i mean tiffs going in jimmy furic there's so many i mean i'll cabrera i mean that talks going into this about ten twelve of us coming so it'll be very competitive what did you think of house in the cock hills ended up playing out yeah i was unfortunate i mean it's it's one of the base golf courses in the in the on the planet i mean i think it's ranked number three or four so you got an unbelievable venue and to dimiss.
"w w. els" Discussed on No Laying Up
"The rivalry mostly their cricket or rugby b mostly anything i'm not a surfer but i know surfing they they got bitta surfaces than as at the moment have they had your number in cricket or rugby or what's the the receipt for a little bit they had us in cricket full bad three or four years the but you know now they they kinda striving was with a lot of things the moment but hopefully they can put us through in his presence how does that how did the process for you becoming the president's cup captain work did you have twenty nineteen as the year that you knew you wanted to or who who how does that process i'm not sure i mean nick price offered me to help him at liberty a couple of years ago and in yeah we went show who is going to be cutting and then the next thing i heard that you know jay monahan said that i should be kept in really jumped at davis is no real say the way of new captains coming i'm not sure who's going to be the next guy it's a fantastic host course to be able to captain at absolutely you have any latitude as far as how to set up the course i know that's kind of been appointed contention in the past with but they've got their rule set neither of the captain's really has a big advantage you know whether the us kept in the us doesn't get that much advantage in the same with us down they anything from me is that i know the course very well and i've got a very comfortable way of going to australia now no melbourne very well another television well and i know the conditions very well so i can give that to the place already told him that whatever they need to know about that cost you know i can give them a little bit of there's a pretty good pretty good feeling it'll be firm and fast yeah i mean that time of the year it'll be early december conditions can be like this believe it or not and then the next that can be one hundred degrees it's a it's got a different climate down there in melbourne i mean i'm sure you guys have been the we were out on that golf course and it was about ninety five degrees in a breeze came from the opposite direction and the temperature drops twenty degrees in eight seconds like san francisco cape down you can go places at under well it's amazing when you're looking to pick players for that team what do you what do you think you base that on kind of you know past victories and experiencing that stuff is it recent form who fits the course interesting i mean all of those above that you've mentioned i think got full picks i guys going to qualify through the world rankings and then i got full picks enough already told the guys that i will look at guys who have done well well melvin there's a local guy and he's in real good form i might throw manhattan oeste guys if k with that i really wanna have the guys influence in in the full picks this time around because i have to play with these guys you know i want them to be really comfortable with him it's not there's not use of me picking guys and in the other guys comfortable so yeah i mean i think a guy that's an expert around will mel might have a good chance of getting in team that someone who at the time you'd already won three majors been under the pressure of major championships that playoff in the oath three presidents cup against tiger with all of your teammates all of the pressure riding on you and everything was at stake that feel different than being in contention in a major yeah i did mean was totally different i mean i was more nervous the than anywhere else because in amazigh if you screw up it's yourself you you blame yourself and you know you get out of town but if you screw up in front of your teammates foia team for a cup very different you know i can saints now nba guys must feel like you know throws full for the championship game for three point stuff like that i mean it is on the line and in golf it's it's not a moving sport like nba tennis so you got a lot of time to think you'll shut all your guys are they and the crowd today.
"w w. els" Discussed on No Laying Up
"The j simpson oh go down oh wow that was the bronco that's right yeah arnold last last ran on old absolutely i was watching on old you know nba finals yeah that same day shell oh i think the pittsburgh the ranges new york rangers yeah won one after that i used i actually got to meet mark messier he won the stanley cup so yeah a lot of stuff happened in ninety four men jeez what about nineteen ninetyseven congressional well i ninety four i was stunned see in the playoff that you started bogey triple and you won the toddler in robertson that some medical because that's probably the toughest gulf goes in the world and being four over of the two holes and playing the next sixteen holes in one on the paul and then going into the southern death with lauren i think i think got over this one because he thought i was gone yeah snuck myself back in they got into playoff and then it went my way so you know you gotta feel a lot on but that was a crazy crazy week crazy day i mean long week ninety i always remembered lauren i didn't remember colin montgomerie first playoff too so you beat him yeah monte to yeah i mean monte and i guess monte must run out of out of gear because on the monday was still like a hundred and seven degrees and he as a scotsman at old black on i think he was little gang off the first tee and it might have showed in these play i don't know i think we'll just tired but was interesting to see him and all black that's pretty you can guess we're going to go next ninety seven us open ninety seven yeah i mean i remember my parents being there you know and obviously you remember the seventeenth hole and you know clutch putt on eighteen an seeing seventeen unfold behind me you could see everything unfold with maggot going the water lehman going the water you know monte just missing his putt on seventeen played with him so kind of never racking stuff but i felt that was the most comfortable of felt in a major that feel different the second time like winning the second second time i was what was it was more established as a player you know one quarter few vents since ninety four on the two it was close to being number one in the world so i was kind of becoming gordon established player and phil visit comfortable that whole week for some reason although you know at the end they have to make some clutch putts and clutch shots fine on seventeen hitting it in day i was only one part of the final guys and then budding eighteen with a foot of those those are the things i really remember and then remembering my father being they on father's day that was really really special time outside of the majors would what's your what victory you most proud of quite a few thankfully but the ones that stand out you know one seven will match place know that was a that was something that nobody's done before at went with wants three three straights heineken classics on one of the base golf courses in the world role melvin that yeah exactly that's the came from but and shoot sixty andro melvin that calls record we'll have hold up for while that was really special split their november we we got not there was was he was six hundred through five i think we're like maybe he's got a shot at this and then kind of went by the wayside after that now it's an unbelievable place i mean great course and in and out you know prisons cups going back there and you know the ninety presents the only one we ever one was that well melvin so this kind of a nice as ring to that in australia and south africa australia historically we don't get along you know we you know sporting terms we get along so it it was kind of strange that i at such a nice affinity with well melvin what's.
"w w. els" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Guess when you're long around as long as i've been around you know people kind of recognize you you know i don't think of been the biggest as this morning i was maybe a little bit of an office but it was a tough jet jet but for the most part you not trying to time with him then they they've they've given me some love back so it's been wonderful right for very long time so i think it's your tempo who who could not could not root for you watch i don't know what it is but it's been good you know yeah even you get older you know you still want to try and play the way he used to but you know it's kind of starting to together little bit but they've they've respected me you know even the gone south a little bit it's gotta be hard i imagined to just to find that balance between you know treating for fans and stuff people are going to be coming up to you for eternity and you almost have to decide where to draw the line even walking from the scoring ten to hear i mean people stopping you it's gotta be hard and frustrating to figure out who to say yes to and who to say no to and it's really kind of a luck of the draw just want to get at it yeah do that either you know the people as funny when you meet the same people as you going up as coming the other way and felt that if you can treat them good going this way you know they might be nice to you when you're going out of the way because it's it's really a vicious circle it can be so i think that that's part and parcel of of being anti for a long time as you want to be friends with guys playing and you wanna be okay with the spectators you know it could be a long road out if you're not if you don't have report with with people we were doing just a bit of research for looking into weed i don't remember this happening we were ethical in high school and it happened but in two thousand four we saw there was a letter you received wants from tim finchem about requesting that you.
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"Difficult to sleep sometimes you know and i just find it very difficult always threat mercury ago west to east just always i guess you guys time yeah can't get to sleep till two three o'clock in the morning and it's not good when you have eight o'clock teton yeah you know and i just felt out of sorts today i i don't know i've i've done pretty well with jetlag throughout my career but i think it gets tougher as you get older the more you think the more you do it the more you adjust to it but it's not true it's not the case i mean every what is it day if it's a five hour time change it takes five days and that's starkly that's just been my be my way so you can't shortcut it almost found going to asia even better it you screw up so badly that it almost resets but i think europe in us is actually really exactly it's just just enough to really screw up asia you must day kind of recalibrate off here too because i mean it really doesn't get dark 'til thirty eleven it's still dusky out well might enough excuses i think i need some race like good three weeks away and kind of see where we go from the i mean we're tired and we haven't had to play golf this i'm not fully ready to move on from the plane though i wanna know who were the who were the best travelling companions on the plight like the best tanks i mean all the guys i mean we've all the way from as stevie i mean i've had the whole community i guess dustin jamie love mark keegan bradley justin rose can anyone not hang everybody hindered extents and he doesn't have too many you know he he was with me from korea graeme mcdowell where the great time thomas bjorn us another one that doesn't really have anything but you know we force them to have a good time rolling stones play all the time start me up as we get in at a plane off man god i we will like rockstars we really enjoyed it i mean i really got a lot out of the plane and my pilot stayed with me for seventeen years rob so he's maybe the wants to talk to yeah i'm not gonna give you two well great you gave you gave us enough if you weren't going to give us the stories we were gonna go to the sources about it and you gave us enough that we won't go digging too much no that's great so we have a question that we like to ask both young players and and and older players about their careers in their earnings and everything and one thing theory that we have is how much money that tiger has put in the pockets of other players essentially so it was like to ask if in your opinion how much money would you say tiger has earned you over the course of your career many thank really thank him i mean he was he was a little bit at in me so he took a little bit of money out of my pocket on the course you know blang but the purses just went up ridiculously i mean i remember when i came out i think in nineteen ninety four was kinda pre tiger out of ninety six you know one three hundred sixty thousand was my first price for the us open and ninety four and just a couple of is late i was a million dollars in ninety seven yeah this past week it was two million two million so what is done for the writings i mean all you guys i mean really brought in mainstream media spectators i mean you name it i mean even across the pond all yeah so to speak you know over yeah prize money has gone up popularity is going up it's just been an amazing run how do you you know with all the international travel you've done in international winds and stuff do you feel like you're more appreciated inside the us or outside the us from gulf interesting i luckily of gelled well was with both sides you know the the crash the us you know a good report with him and the same year in europe and even asia you know i.
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"With me i mean we as you as we talked about it i mean i've played everywhere from south africa australia dubai to fiji a y you one in japan singapore japan i mean you name it and the kids were with us i mean we would like a little like a bunch of gypsies about ten years you know just everywhere we went to kids came and i could not have done it without the plant so i had a real great bonding experience with my kids when they were really young which is important what was the biggest culture shock of all of those places but what was the moment that shook you the most the many places we've gone you know but thing that can quite prepare for india india was we heard about you know a lot of people that and all that we loved it but still you know going into daily i think there's like twenty two million people in down downtown daily and i loved it but it was it was a lot of people i mean especially with come from in south africa we hear about i think there's twenty thousand people in this little town we live in the twenty two million people was quite a quite a shock that's how feels like going to orlando for me i'm from small town i lived in orlando for a while though and it was not quite that bad traffic we're just up the road from you now we're in jacksonville so we find our way to orlando a decent amount but we've heard we've heard stories a lot about about the plane about the traveling on the plane a hot topic right now stay that i mean i we've had some interesting flights obviously they don't talk about the flights with your family too trying to keep the clean the we've had some interesting flights obviously invite my friends onto the plane you know give them a right and you know on the airplane very seldom on long flights that we drink water you know do definitely enough bia on the plane a lot of the guys like keti used to ricky used to fly with me a lot and he said that he thought that the plan could run on heineken so much in this so steve marino that's that's the that's the big one scott scotty was is like a little brother to me he flew with me a lot dustin johnson i mean all the guys everybody flew with me and but the marino one is obviously the one that you talk about consisted this is my self and stevie from japan all the way down to femme beach and i mean we had a lot to drink was in the end of the and it was a long way down to you know there was a lot to talk about and you know we we kinda hugged each other it was a leftist in the in the airplane but nobody really seriously injured or anything like that and it was there's all in good fun i heard at the end of that did hands were shook at the end we'll see later that's it actually like nothing happened just just what guys do i guess there's a lot of this running heard that that guys are required to surf the airplane we suv couple of landings who's the best surf advocaat yeah scottie bed little bit light to good footing coming in a long board but you got gotta have a good pilot and hopefully doesn't have to put emergency brakes on because you'd be through the front but everybody's landing everybody can remember we'll see mentioned before we got on just kind of feeling a little jet lagged and stuff did that have you always been a good travelers that stuff starting to catch up with you now later in your career i guess as you get older you find it.
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"And click on the gulf category they won't last long so please do hustle and there's also some very limited edition gear available to like custom oh geo stan bags and some sandblasted mac daddy four wedges stamped by the master anthony toronto so go to shop dot whalebone dot com to pick up the golf issue in some merch because sure as hell not getting mine so turning over to ernie here now we do bypass any formal introduction of any kind get right into the interview so please do enjoy and thank you for tuning all right earning you are known as one of the most international players in the world where where does your inspiration for travelling to play golf all over the world come from now is just from my head i mean south africanborn and you know in the tip of africa you know you if you wanted to play it will get it anyway in the world map as a golfer yet to travel so i've been travelling since i was a young boy i think i was third thirteen fourteen my very first long trip to san diego california as about as long as it gets better twenty seven hour trip today so yeah it's just it's in our blood i guess from down in south africa you have to travel to get anyway a lot of people aspire to make a career out of the pga tour once you've done that he made a very successful career the pga tour you still traveled a lot internationally is that kind of just that that was kind of instilled in you from that or i guess you know when i got onto the european too i you know so kind of my next stop at of so that's a european tour and and then kind of film gut myself onto the us to ninety three ninety four and i just found myself playing both to us it's not like i wanted to just kind of work that way i my first base out of south africa was really in london so i really got familiar with london and it's a great city and then kind of got myself a little spot in orlando florida back in the early nineties so i've kind of two basis out of south africa the main one in london and in orlando later so it just kinda moved into what it is today really just by accident if you could marry the best elements of the two main tours of the pga tour in the european door how would that look like well i love the food in europe i love the food in the us obviously but you know you got so many different cultures over here in europe so many different countries and just love eating yeah eating and give you know food stuff but love the food i think the golf courses in the us you know condition wise weekend we cuts it's a little bit better than over here yeah you have very different conditions from week to week this week in germany next week in in france then you go to links golf after that you know irish in this car is in a british show very different conditions you got a debt all the time which is also interesting and nice you know it's not just a kind of a cookie cutter every week the same you know it's a little different here which i like but it's a lot easier in the states bassist ourself did and you know move from tournament to tournament in the states it's it's a lot easier on the body and in in on the family really what when did you hit the point where you decided okay need to get my own plane well just fell into that one too you know i you know when the kids were young i've felt the one of the try and keep them with me on the road united couple of good years and i got a good deals to be honest with you i got into that expensive little hobby but it's been really fun i've just sold it a plane i'm back onto with with nature again but footer very long time i could have my family.
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"Getting told no no or getting sold like yeah we might be able to make that happen and it just it just never i guess this is probably more of a commentary on america but yeah everything that we've been told her ideas that have been floated has come through doesn't work out oh god no but this week it's been like nobody was smoke of your ass they just if they can't do something they tell you that or exactly like you were saying all i think the partnership stuff i'm sure people can roll their eyes sometimes when when we start saying that stuff but it's so true that i mean we try to our hardest to only pick partners that you know make us better and make you know give us opportunities to do really cool things and i think this week was perfect example that i don't think we talked ernie els without having a reason to be over here in germany at this event and i mean the whole thing was just really really cool weeks of huge thanks to them i mean ernie miss the cut this was after his friday around missed the cut in the tournament director asked him to do this interview shut eighty conditions were brutal smile on his face and met with three bearded dudes he'd never met before and sat and talked to all of this we had thirty minutes we spent forty it's one of our favorite interviews i think we've ever done all considering the circumstances in his stature and the game so without further ado we're gonna turn it over to that thank you for to the bmw folks here for having us out the fine folks of munich and the alps and everywhere we've been it's been a special treat of a trip and and when you get to the one more story he just kind of smirked and kind of we asked him about about the stories of his plane he gonna get some some verbal clues like all right let's let's move on from this but he does answer it very very well so excited for that so one final thing before we turn it over to the interview i want to tell you guys about this incredible magazine that we picked up from our friends at callaway golf they collaborated with wael bone magazine which is an award winning quarterly publication and lifestyle brand based out of new york to produce what they've called the gulf issue so let me start by saying not your typical golf magazine it's filled with some of the most artistic and creative approachable spreads of seen in a golf publication especially loved the behind the scenes look at renounce sports talk for welter llosa's favorite gulf photos and stories behind.
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"Feeder right club today that's better than most about better than most expecting thing all right ladies and gentlemen welcome back to the no laying podcast we are out here in germany at the bmw international way out here way out here this furthest east you've ever been i mean yeah went way to go korea australia depending on your measurement tool in europe i yes correct tronto that you've been to germany before have yeah but only berlin not to cologne or munich all right so we have an interview coming up here shortly with ernie els and talk about that but kinda wanna quickly run run through the week and thi this up a little bit dj want you'd walk us through through our plan here in our schedule this week yeah so shout out to travel travel agency tron travel who basically said if everything of tron has flying into munich which was not the quickest way to get to the tournament i don't think but it resulted in into pretty awesome days and southern germany we're false you wanted the longest possible route on the autobahn to get to false but ended up on in hindsight it was brilliant yeah we had a couple of great days down there taped a bunch of video steph i think that'll probably illustrate kind of what we got into a little better than me talking about it but i was great i've never seen that part of the world before and bounce around we i think one of the big things coming over here i had no idea what golf in germany was like and not that i really have you know a total understanding of it after four days or whatever but it was pretty cool to see here you know germans have to they have licenses for everything so you have to take a test in order to play golf you have to be a licensed golfer just the whole thing it was pretty wild wild scene i mean we'll beyond the gulf you'd never been to germany so what was your live up to your expectations different exceeded it's been delightful people have been great the scenery's been awesome architectures been awesome foods been phenomenal we had some beers yes pretzels i mean we did i feel like we did the very touristy things and the very you know hopefully a couple off the beaten path things we did not go to hoffer house i was gonna say even on the touristy stuff that we did we try to find the more local flavor of that towards stuff that was great it's good we did pretty good part of the story of the european tour is about the destinations the places you go and it's so cool i mean the doors such a worldwide tour to go to an actual continental european city and be in that is is cool it's just cool to come here and see that you know in a major city in germany the biggest country in europe to see a tournament going on in the operations and all the people that go to it and everything it was it was a treat it was yeah i agree all right so this interview with ernie els first of all a big thank you to our partners it'd be w they have been teed us up for success they helped set up this interview they had us out to this tournament and we had absolute blast i know that sometimes the partnership talk is not the most well received here but these are the people that helped us up to succeed and i think that they've given us every opportunity to it's our fault if it doesn't go through china through very well it's funny we were talking earlier i think dj said he was like i'm we're so used to.
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"The this is going to go this is what i signed up for this is the work that i do you have to roll with that that's going to walk through back if you don't like it and you don't want to hear it don't go looking for it but i understand this is part of my job sounds to me like roger goodell never had that conversation with his wife was she would not have set up a bernard twitter feed and i'm not saying you shouldn't stand by you man you should just not with a fake twitter account at least not a twitter account and somebody could sniff out that easily you know one we don't follow anybody and you only defend your husband and you talk about your kids schools that's not hard to figure out all right when we come back you now open in the top of our number three other topics i want to talk about last night's game where that leads filadelfia and without these carolina zico elliott like i said in this you've went of law school there is no way you could fall what's going on with this thing i feel like any laudatory justice go over the wire accounts most confusing thing ever i bet you let me know when it's over cubs dodgers and els c s the hawk steps in it again on twitter spero smarter loaded gun have you never you the epa of this show have you ever heard the show totally trashed looking at my clock thirty six and a half man i am late plus did get out right now time now for sports update here you go andrew voguish as this one yeah ford's fla jim let's go back to soccer bruce arena has stepped dan as us men's coach blood federation president senio galati says he is staying put in the wake of this world cup disaster even though he wants full responsibility for galati does have to run for reelection in february the uncivil as clear new carolina of academic fraud saying it could not prove the school created sham classes within the department of american afroamerican studies solely to benefit athletes the a l csb gin tonight in houston which sounds great to astros manager aj hinsch leaving our own beds a couple of times to to to.
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"Els institute from abc news i'm dave packer police in spain killing five people suspected of ramming a car into a group of pedestrians at a town south of barcelona they say the incident is linked to yesterday's vehicle attack on the busy barcelona pedestrian walked filled with tourists the left thirteen dead and dozens injured isis claiming respond ability for the barcelona attack a search right now for the driver and an earlier house explosion also believed to be connected to the attack in barcelona fbi counterterrorism official an abc contributor steve gomez says so specially complex attack for isis you have the vehicle aspect to it these explosives that were found at a house that went off see you had the the use of explosives that was another aspect to it and now you have these five people that are dead in a shootout with law enforcement and the potential that they had explosive belts that could have been used in attack all of this is very concerning abc news senior justice correspondent pierre toma says a vehicle attacks have us law enforcement deeply conservative in sending up bulletins on a regular basis warning local law enforcement that this is the preferred mode of attack for terrifies being pushed by isis and other groups but not just ice as we saw just last week in charlottesville a deranged person run over the bunch of people and killing a woman and president trump catching more heat after his blame on many sides reaction to that deadly violence in charlottesville abc senior white house correspondent cecilia vega tells us gop leaders are now increasingly airing their complaints about the president in tennessee republican bob corker delivered a stinging rebuke to the president he also recently has not been integrated then he understands the character corker calling for radical changing the trump white house saying without it the nation will go through great peril telling the president to stop focusing on himself and think about the american people now later today president trump to huddle with his national security team at camp david to discuss this country strategy on afghanistan you're listening to abc news attention all seen pap users this is.
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"Els of the plane crashed into a soybean field in rural leflore county mississippi oxes jonathan siri witnesses say they aren't a boom in the sky and saw the kc one thirty planes spiraling down on the ground we're hearing from the russian lawyer and that with donald trump jr in june of last year's oppose because she had dirt on hillary clinton she says she got a call telling her to meet with trump campaign interview with nbc news the russian lawyer vest on meet skyer was asked if she had worked for high connections to the russian government and she claimed to have none adding it's possible the trump team was looking for damaging information fox's catherine herridge says it's not just democrats on congressional intel committees that want answers republican senator susan collins who also sits on the intelligence committee wants to donald trump junior to submit to an interview as well as others who were that 2016 trump tower needle donald trump jr tweeted in this morning it's a nonsense meeting saying the media and democrats are desperate vice president pence will have lunch with senate republicans were still trying to figure out a plan to replace obamacare they can all agree on fox's jared art halpern live at the capital republican leaders say a vote under revised healthcare bill could happen next week iowa republican chuck grassley says he's pessimistic but i think we also have the reality that we have a responsibility to american people differences with you within republican ranks remain over slowing down medicaid expansion and lowering insurance require armitt threshold without any votes from democrats expected on a repeal and replace measure republicans can afford to no votes on their own side dave dirt on wall street stocks are rising modestly this morning the dow's up twenty eight the nasdaq's up by sixteen fox news.