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Guidelines for the Leader and Commander
"Is Jaakko podcast number two, fifty two. With Dave Burke and me Jaakko willink good evening. Dave. Good Evening Echo Charles is taking care of some other business. On the last podcast. Number two, fifty, one with Leif and we started getting into the book guidelines for the leader and Commander by General Bruce Clark but we only made it thirteen pages in two and a half hours, and it's one hundred, seventeen page book. To, recap a little bit, this is a book that I searched for for over a decade I originally heard about this book in my favorite book, which is called about face by colonel. David Hackworth. Finally, found a copy a month and a half ago. and. So here we are just a little background once again on General Bruce. Kark. World War One. World War Two Korea enlisted in one thousand, nine hundred and up going to west point colonel in World War Two. Then a general commanded the Fourth Armored Division in Patents Third Army. Battle the Bulge Distinguished Service Cross three silver stars forty five years. Of Service? And then spend a bunch of time not only leading troops but also training troops or overseeing training commands so. Awesome Career Hackworth talked about him glowingly in the book about face and That's where that's where the star took me a long time to find this book. Who did somebody texted me about it. And said, it was the white whale. that. It was definitely hard for me find this book, but we have it and that's it. That's what we're GonNa do where do you go back into this book? So here we go back into guidelines for the leader and commander by Bruce General Bruce C Clarke. This section starts off with administration some thoughts for the commander. And he says inflammation, I would like to point out the close. Interrelationship between training programs. And Sound. Overall management. So this is something you know when you're that young gung-ho leader. That just thinks, hey, where you're operate whatever that operation is whether it's shooting machine guns or whether that's out selling things or making things and you think, Hey, I'm I'm on the front lines I'm going to make things happen and you think all the administrative stuff you shouldn't have to worry about. That's not me. And I know many individuals that are like that I know one individual in particular like that whose name is Jaakko. 'cause I was definitely like that. Many commanders. I should say I. was like that when I was younger because I absolutely I realize this and you can hear. We'll talk about the paperwork drills that we had to do and how. Life. Came to me. We shouldn't have to do this stuff and I said Oh we're going to do it and we do a better than anybody else. So I figured this out but it is it is definitely a learning moment that people have and so why not learn it right now many commanders are defeated by poor administration. Imagine that just that statement many commanders are defeated by poor administration not defeated because they were tactically unsound not defeated because they made bad decisions not defeated because they couldn't come up with a good plan they fail because their administrative losers. Without. Sound Administration at Commander CanNot Succeed in his training and maintenance programs. Good. Administration is nothing more than applied common sense. I'm including here a number of items that may well be considered a checklist of indicators of sound. Administration. Number. One. Importance of time. The principal coordinating device in the army is time. Learn the proper time space factors. So you can be on time and make reasonable demands of your subordinates. So. So that's number one by the way, which is probably why you hear a lot of talk about time management. Just think about the idea that the first thing he's GonNa say is time this is someone who clearly understands that have all the resources in the world that we have. That's the one that matters the most because we just can't produce more of. I was GONNA say it's the it's the one that matters the most and it's the absolute one that we have the least control much control. You have time you zero you cannot stop it. You cannot bring it back. You gotta say the power curve. I hate that fewing. I hate that feeling and let me tell you what. I realized this a while back. So when you go to the airport if you show up at the airport late. In now look TSA doesn't care that you're late the baggage handler doesn't care that you're late the uber driver does not care what time your planes leaving they're they're doing what they're doing, and so what that does is it takes you have no control. Over that time once it started to commence, what do you have control over going to the airport a little bit earlier? That's all. That's all not that big of a deal. Go to the airport a little earlier, and you won't have to worry about TSA. You won't have to worry about baggage you won't have to worry about. How long it takes for the Uber driver or the left let's give proper. Credit or lift driver to show up and bring you to the airport. Not so so how'd you get control? You can't control time once it's unfolding you can't bring it back you have to you have to plan for appropriately. And there's a there's a sense of urgency and I have a pretty good sense of urgency and you you may have may or may not I know like at the monster especially the earlier musters when we weren't. When the backside wasn't quite the well oiled machine that it is now certainly as a well oiled machine now the early musters do. Not a Well oiled machine. So on the on the front side, people would know that when Leith and I were walking out on stage at eight o'clock in the morning, we had two hours sleep because we had to do whatever we had to do behind the scenes and that's just the way it was. I can feel I can feel. When the shortage of time in fact, I think I feel the shortage of time every single day single waking minute.
Interview with Daniel Shoeman
"I'm sitting here with a gentleman named Daniel Schuman pronounce that crackling corrector, Daniel Shuman and actually Ganal reached out to me several months ago after hearing the plan strong podcast. Because he had a friend who was suffering from I believe it was some krones or else right of colitis and you were wondering if I if I had any advice or recommendations and I and I sent you a a whole protocol. It was based on a woman out of Columbus Ohio doctor Dr Pam Popper and did anything ever come of that. So you know one thing I've learned in this whole journey of mine is that I can't change people I could try my best I try to present as much information as I can. It's much. That's backed up by science. Ultimately. It was up to my friends who make decision I think. Obviously. He's in his own journey and he's going to have to figure things out and unfortunately I haven't been too successful within thus far. But I, believe in laying the groundwork at least and hopefully giving him some of the tools to come to his own decision one day and maybe See, some relief that he can get because he really is suffering a tremendous amount and the and you. You mentioned a little earlier that. So you you've had some phenomenal success and we'll get into kind of your story and your journey. But when you had that kind of success, you WANNA scream it from the mountaintops eight and. Because it seems so obvious that Oh my gosh I mean this is going to cure everything that ails you. And yet, people tend to push back a little bit right and so what have you found is kind of the smartest tactic as far as with friends, family co workers, and trying to impress US lifestyle upon them. So I think the biggest thing that is an individual canoe is to lead by example to show, and it's pretty obvious anyone who's seen me who's followed me the last couple of years has seen a tremendous improvement in my life in every aspect of it and if they can see. Especially, someone who knew me well, beforehand, they knew I was not a fitness guy I was not someone who Generally worked very hard on himself. especially when it came to nutrition health fitness and if they can see that someone like me can do something like this and the positive impact, it's had on every aspect of my life. Medically. Socially emotionally, my relationship, my children, my relationship with my wife, my intimacy it's really an unbelievable. Thing to see and. I think was a little bit guilty in the beginning of being a little bit maybe to gung-ho and trying to because as you said, it does seem so obvious it seems that there's so much science. This. Isn't just a fad this the way I see it. Hopefully learning throughout my whole life and I not I'm not a scientist. I'm not a doctor. I'm not gonNA pretend that I have all the answers to everything. But it seems pretty clear to me that this is something real and I know you've seen it. I've seen it so many times with people who have. Not, only prevented diseases but reversed it and have regained their lives and have become empowered to do something and to really change their lives in the people's lives around them. So. Yeah. Just being that example showing people this is something to do you know when people talk to you about protein and you know that's a sure you get that all the time where's your protein come from when you're eating a plant based? Diet. And if I could lead by example, say, Hey, look protein deficient you're not could show the my numbers from when I get blood work at the doctor's office. And that's that's where I'm at right now I was just trying to be that example China show hey, this is an alternative I'm not going to. Have the Hubris to tell you, I know all the answers to everything but this is at least an alternative if you WANNA go down. So many of the popular roots these days. This is a way to do it mindful way to do it. Really. Isn't I don't think it's not difficult honestly at the end of the day and. Just, it's possible as an alternative. So let's let's talk about that for a SEC. So you said you don't think it's that difficult what? Let's. Let's discuss your journey a little bit show. Where were you not mistaken? You started this journey into how April two thousand seventeen is that right? That makes it able to thousand seventeen I was twenty nine years old what inspired it? So I mean. It's a good question I. I was obese most of my life morbidly obese most of my life and every day was really a struggle was there's a lot of discomfort when that big you know my my biggest I was about three hundred and fifty five pounds. Not Comfortable way to live. So right off the bat, just being that big I don't believe I was ever complacent with a something that let me ask you this. So you say it wasn't comfortable being that big. What are some of the things that somebody that is? Three fifty and what are you? Like six, one, a non five ten okay. Okay. So three fifty, five, five, ten, what are some of the things that are uncomfortable almost everything just being in public being taking the train in on a normal day squeezing next to people you know at its most extreme I went on a family vacation to universal studios in the in Florida and I was very excited to go in this Harry Potter I. They have their this isn't in big castle. We waited online and get to the ride and we go to sit down and the harness won't close on me substitute big to fit in the.
Re-motivation of the De-motivated Employee Drs. Cathy Bush & Tara Peters - burst 01
"The question. How do I motivate my employees and I've had a lot of guests on the show. Between the time that Tara was online and and today we're every psychologist psychiatrist I've had on the show said, we can't motivate your people. You're just not going to motivate them. And I. Give Them. I of fact, since Tara I have given them this answer. You're asking the wrong question don't ask the question. How do I motivate my people find things that are D- motivating them and remove those. CASIO'S W. Yeah it is. You know. Like to talk about the basket analogy. So if you think about people showing up to do a job or for the first day of task they tend to come in let's imagine they have a basket We think it's empty. We think it's our job as managers leaders to put stuff in the basket call that motivation and if we do that right, then they're going to be Gung Ho and productive. But the truth is that they show up with a full basket they have all sorts of. Things already motivating, and so our job is to prevent the stuff that gets in the way and causes the basket to start to leak if you think about it that way and so right on what you said to the people that you just mentioned is accurate. It's like if you could figure out what's poking holes in their basket and not do that or repair that quickly then you will have highly motivated people. You don't have to put motivation in you have to keep the motivation that's there. So, this this this is this is an interesting thing because I think what happens is for most leaders Tara I think what happens for at least the leaders that I coach and have talked to is they have a hard time dealing with removing. What they're doing. Because, they want me to come in and you probably like you they want you to come in and do something to jazz their people up. To make them. Happier brighter. I don't I feel I feel like sometimes they think magician I really do I think. I feel like they think Oh, well, you're you're you're the psychological professional come on in and just go inside their brains and do something. But. Really is the removal of the crud. Right, why do why do you think that leaders have such a hard time? Letting go of the things that they've put in place that actually stop. Their employees from being motivated. So I think one of the things that that's at issue is that. It requires S to be. Reflected in the figure out how we might actually be contributing to the problem and that isn't necessarily our first inclination to think that I might be doing something. May Be to blame you Jay. Everybody. We might as well. Everybody else does. So you might as well blaming. Housi-. I WANNA share responsibility onto yet in. Back in the UK apart of this situation to if there's something that I might be doing that might be contributing to the situation you know that the Jays Capping we start from this. Is that okay first of all, when you hire people, most of us say only hire only the best and brightest. Bigger. So you had a good group of people coming in right and they were they were ready to go in then something's happened. So you can't just blame the people I. Mean we're really trying to force leaders say, okay. Let me take a step back and let me say, okay what's really going on here and is there anything that I might be doing? Is there something that I'm not understanding about the situation where I could actually address it with the with the employees and so I think that that's the hard part is people actually being it'll take ownership and that they might be a part of a the issue. So
About Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
"Hello I'm Naomi Lewin welcome to. Classics for kids. Think of the most brilliant talented kid. You know maybe somebody in your class now imagine if that person couldn't be in class because starting at the age of five he or she was off performing for presidents, kings queens all sorts of world leaders. Well, that's what it was like to be both gung. Amadeus Mozart. Mozart was born in Salzburg Austria where his father leopold was a violinist and composer when Mozart junior was three, he climbed up to the keyboard and just started playing. That's when Mozart senior realized he had a genius on his hands. So he started the touring Mozart show he took his son both gun and his daughter Nano on the road to perform for royalty they went all over Europe. Sometimes staying away from home for years at a stretch everyone was amazed at how well the children played and especially at how well little both gone could improvise. That is makeup music on the spot using whatever tune they gave him. Votes, are composed his first piece when he was five had his first music published when he was seven and wrote his first opera at the age of twelve he was a Whiz at the keyboard and the violin most of Mozart's concertos for those instruments here for himself to play. Lose Friends with the best musicians of the day. So he wrote Concertos for their instruments to, for instance the French Horn. One friend played a newfangled instrument that Mozart. Loved the clarinet. A Concerts that he and other people put on Mozart wrote symphonies. And for celebrations he wrote serenade. When he worked for the Prince Archbishop of Salzburg the man who also employed his father Mozart composed religious music. Having, toured all over Europe as a child Mozart did not want to stay in Salzburg working for the Prince Archbishop when he grew up even though that's put his father wanted. So he moved to the big city of Vienna, which was full of music theatre and opera in Vienna Mozart married Constanza Vaber. He'd actually fallen in love with her older sister I and he tried to find steady work that he thought was worthy of how talented he was. Mozart had a hard time as an adult. He couldn't get over being a child prodigy the very talented kid back. Then grownup musicians were considered servants by the nobles who hired them, but kings and empresses had made a huge fuss over Mozart when he performed for them as a child so he didn't think of himself as a servant. He also never learned how to manage money. He couldn't resist the urge to buy new clothes or a piano or a billiard table whatever he wanted. Mozart. Died just before his thirty fifth birthday. It's amazing. How much incredibly beautiful music he wrote in such a short
The DNC and RNC are going virtual. What can we expect?
"So actually the coronavirus pandemic everything has gone virtual. We covered all digital conferences like Tho- launches, apples, WDC. In DNC are completely different animals Taco bell expecting to see well I. Think it's GonNa be a very, highly produced. Event just like it normally is but it's GonNa be really different because you know when they. When they usually do this, you've got like thousands of people in a huge arena you know you have people talking. And they're they're mostly talking to the to the people, the viewers and the audience. Sitting at home on their couches. Anyway. But you have that vibe you have that you know the people cheering it's it's like being in a live sporting event in a sense you know so like that's going to be lost a bit. Yeah. We've we've had instances with like the the NBA right they put up digital boards with with people that are virtually in I've watched the most games. It's definitely not. It doesn't really replicate the feeling of being at a game where the ambiance there I imagine a lot of the energy that would have been in those conferences have people been there. Is really kind of sucked away, right? Yeah and you know and that's really political conventions are basically like cheerleading events right? You know it's like the party faithful as there you've got these delegates from all around the country they're like really Gung Ho for their party and their candidate and they wanna like. You know just cheer their heads off and it's you know. So you know I think that energy is going to be a bit different but I'm also curious to see like what creative things they come up with right like like you mentioned the NBA thing like like are they going to do something like that? You know I mean? It'll be interesting to see how they approach it. Yeah. Have you got any kind of indication on on what they might do to create that excitement that is would be missing from having all those folks there. Yeah. So the the DNC they they have been, they've definitely said that they are going to try to involve people like regular everyday people. So I'm wondering if it is going to be something NBA like right where they have screens. Right there. But we'll definitely be having some like. Some people getting beamed in from all across the US whether it's you know. Politicians or or just SORTA your regular everyday folks who are like either live on video and a lot of like these pre produced videos people have been they've had this campaign where people are able to. Send in their videos like with prompts like I know Joe and talk about like why they're excited about Joe Biden and that kind of thing. So they're going to have that SORTA interspersed throughout the program. So it'll be interesting to see like how it all Kinda comes together. To DNC specifically, what what is that? GonNa look like will anyone actually be in Milwaukee? So there will probably be like a skeleton kind of crew in Milwaukee like I've heard that that Tom Perez, who's the chairman of the DNC was still planning to go to Milwaukee to gavel in the convention officially. But the big speakers you know like Joe Biden, who's the presumptive nominee he is not going to be there he's going to be somewhere in Delaware. Now, they've said he's not probably going to do it from his basement. So some place else in Delaware. In the Wilmington area where he lives. So that'll be interesting. I wonder how they they might dress up whatever venue he's in. You know like he was speaking with. Kamala Harris. You know the other day they've had actually a couple of speaking engagements and they've got the flags everywhere but like the backdrop didn't really look all that interesting to me. So it'll it'll I wonder how they're going to you know jazz it up so that it looks cool. How's the Brokaw can work? Yeah. So the roll call and by the way like I got to go to the convention in two, Thousand Sixteen, the roll call is pretty cool. Just in general when you're there in the room, there's like this vibe all the people stand up and they say, you know I'm from South Carolina and they were the whatever state and we pledge our ex delegates to. And so it's like an exciting moment. So it's going to be totally different this time 'cause they're all not going to be in the room but I you know they've said they're. GonNa. Kind of pop around all all the states and so you're probably going to have people from those states. Doing their call and I'm sure they're gonNA do something jazzy about like. You know I'm from Delaware. So it's like Delaware the first state in the nation. Allah. Probably say something like that I don't know. So it'll. We'll see. We'll see what about the NC I know there was a lot of back and forth about where was gonna be in whether it was go digital What is that GonNa was so that you know I think that's still to be determined right? Like they're still they haven't put out a whole lot of information about like what it's GonNa look like exactly. So I mean I want I wonder if some of this might change in the next week but. So far they are. Going to have a very reduced crowd in Charlotte. President trump will not be there to accept the nomination. In they're gonNa have like something like you know three hundred or so delegates there. So you know I don't know I don't know if they're going to try to do some things kind of like in in the arena although I think that would look pretty. bleak. If it's people, you know space really far apart. So I think that's still Kinda to be determined with what they're going to be doing it wear for folks who are watching these where can you check out the streams? So the DNC they've announced a whole bunch of places like you're gonna be able to stream, it live on youtube and facebook and twitter and And then the convention is officially you know airing from nine to eleven every night and all the broadcast channels will have it for the last hour. And and then they're gonNA have it on like TV and Roku and so they were going to be a lot of opportunities for people to stream it or. Even, to SORTA catch it on the networks got looking at some of the other challenges I mean we talked a little bit about the lack of energy. But what are the potential pitfalls who going virtual? Yeah. Well I mean we've all been watching. You know some of these cable news shows lately right like in sometimes you get like the guests who are like pixellated or their screen freezes. You know so I think that's going to be a challenge. You know you don't want somebody to be mid-sentence and all of a sudden they're face completely frees up. So that'll be a challenge. Yasser. Don't want it to look like a really boring call. With. With everybody with the bookcase in the background. So I think they'll have to figure out ways to to make it look interesting and you know. And not have any sort of technical glitches.
14 people fatally shot over weekend in Chicago
"With more on proposed solutions to the spike in gun violence brandis. Paris by any standard June has been a brutal month for gun violence in Chicago this past weekend alone fourteen people were shot to death in Chicago, including two young children one year old, sincere Gaston in Inglewood and ten year old Lena, numerous and Logan Square this morning. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown spoke about the weekend's violence. are struggled to make sense. Of the reckless gun violence. That continues to take the lives. Of Our young people. Throughout the city. The guns and the cowart. These evil bastards. Behind those guards. Caused the senseless loss. Of Life of life over the past weekend. Tonight as part of WTO firsthand initiative exploring gun violence in Chicago, we take a closer look at what's happening this summer in the city and efforts to curb the violence and he'll communities joining us are Vanessa Perry to reef director of training at the Metropolitan Peace Academy, which trains street outreach workers, Mauricio de as a west side street outreach worker for. Chicago and Ramon Hooks a southside street outreach worker for target area. Development, corporation, Mr Hooks, and Mr which say just graduated from the Metropolitan Police Academy last week. Congrats to the both of you on that and thanks to all of you for joining us. So. Let's let's talk a little bit about the difference in. The some of the numbers from June. Twenty, nineteen to June twenty twenty, so comparing the same time period, June first and June. Twenty second there were two hundred twelve shootings in two thousand, nineteen, compared to three hundred and sixty six shootings in the same time period this year, that's an increase of one hundred and fifty four shootings seventy two percents, if percentages helps, which sounds very significant. Ramon. Let's start with you. Please you do street outreach work in the communities that are most affected by violence. What are your thoughts on why this June has been so violent? Besides the fact that the pandemic that we all been locked down and don't say it has a is. There's no one thing. The fan damage being locked down the social media people been on now making up these coming up with different types of our, no, saying Argh, with people might comment on somebody's Beige, and they don't like it, and you know what I'm saying in his old historical beefs. You know saying India's newbies when someone is shot now. You got a whole nother B is is there's no one thing you know what I'm saying is like we find it all fronts right now. You know what I'm saying. We are here at dawn. Best can and I'm telling week. Is A new. Every day. What are what are your thoughts on why? This June is so violent? Ramon pandemic, just having just these speaking, you know whoever it is. The quarantine the current teeth, keeping people. You don't secluded their. You know their thoughts running you. Everything's. You know bodily. No put them there. WanNa go out, so it's the same thing with the social media. Everything at all comes together because. On the social media especially right during this foreign team is exceeded of past I mean everything goes for one somebody CDs not on I'll reach workers. We try to do what we cannot social lead us to the best of our knowledge, and to get information on there, but one fantasies are part. We can again no more than that so when they come outside especially right now through this space forward. They're getting Tacoma side just a little bit and get the taste of this warm air. People just don't know how to act and then DC one or not in the street and all. This! And we'll have a number. A number of children have been among the victims this month. We've all covered this journalists for some time. was there not code at some point you know between you know for example if you're out on the streets, and you see a member of the opposition with family members. To with hold your fire until they are alone. Did that code not exist and what happened to it, Mauricio. Along generation after generation kids and you know they came about to where they just don't. Like I I look at it, you know they don't respect the code. No more. There's no more law. There's no more respect for the families for children very now it's just about being gung Ho, and whoever's went you? They're going to get shower too, and I. Don't know where it is wh. Where did he? To shoot anybody which you know like. As a former gang member, it was like you didn't do that. You couldn't do none a day couldn't do nothing night. Then you know, and that's breaking respect, and now it's just it's just
Americans are Uncomfortable With Going Back to Church
"Survey. Oh. Good survey from taken by the American Enterprise, institute, has shown that sixty four percent of American churchgoers. Were somewhat uncomfortable or very uncomfortable with attending in person worship. Sixty four percent sixty four percent, in fact, what they found was basically only one group is Gung Ho on going back to Church and that's why evangelical 's. Right no surprise there if you know the news. Yeah if you add up there somewhat comfortable, and they're very comfortable's. It's. Sixty one percent of them are all about. Thirty. Four percent of them are very comfortable with going back to. Yeah because they because not only do they get to engage in the worship that is so important to them, but also they get to pony lives. Show us. What idiots we are. Yeah, Yeah so apparently. Even those who reported that their congregations offer actually offered. Worship last week, Fifty, six percent of respondents said they chose not to go. Yeah, and you know. I mean obviously like one of the hotspots repeatedly everywhere this Cova. Is seems like Church's just keep popping up like that was one of the first stories coming out of South Korea right was there was a church like a crazy colty church, but nonetheless. I think that's. Probably. But that was one of the hot spots, and that that was one of the big spreaders of Covid, nineteen and obviously we're seeing that in the United States. We're we're. We're just seeing it right like this is operatives These are the kinds of places that people who care about their health and their communities health. Should, be staying away from and a lot of Christians actually do agree with that depending on their denomination if you look at Black Protestants. And add their numbers up. Sixty eight percent are. Either somewhat uncomfortable or very uncomfortable. Well. Yeah, because it's because this thing is killing them in disproportionate numbers so. I can see why. Hispanic Catholics seventy three percent are are on the uncomfortable side. Really Yeah, yeah, that's that's. That's a number that means something. Yeah, and you're white mainline Protestants. It's sixty at three percent well. Yeah, I mean I'm you know talking to my mom hi mom, if you're listening. The other day, and she was saying that you know she. Attends, a free often attend an Anglican a Canadian Anglican Church She goes there mostly for the for the. For the free coffee I think anyway And music, doesn't she really liked the? It's the Camaraderie and the people. She loves the people there and I don't blame her for that tall any who? She said that they're not going to be going until like late in the fall at the earliest. Really. Yeah fantastic. That's not even an option, so I I mean they're. They're doing it right up there i. don't know about what what the Anglicans are doing down here, but. Well Lake. PISCOPO, here, so yeah. Definitely not Anglican. We broke off from that country. Diane exactly. Anyway. Yeah I just think it's kind of interesting. To contemplate re where people's this raises an interesting thing right like it does ask people where their priorities are right and this is something that is really supposedly really important to them going church right right and their belief in God and one of the things that they're God requires them to be active participants in their religious community. I would assume that's why they go right right and because why, like honestly, I mean God bless your mother and everything I guess friends. Get you there right like I can. But. Those people I think are trying to earn points in heaven. Right sure. And, so anyway, where was my? My point was my point. That's that's the new memoir. That's the title of your memoir now. I. Don't lose it that often. So my point is that. You know when you look at. Where these where people are putting their priorities, right? They're having to do this balancing act between their health. And God right and they're and they're and him parole needs for most people they're proving. They're proving that they are actually rational actors. They're choosing their health their choosing the tangible. They're choosing what is right in front of them over what? I mean the Evangelical. Christians there, the Rangers in this in this game right there. The good ones because they're not letting some dumb disease getting the way. They're God demand of them, and they're going in there doing yeah, and if they died they, they go to heaven and God's. Right and I heard that I've heard that quote. In meet. Why haven't I in articles I've Read I've seen that quote where people are just like like. Yeah, you know like if I get. It gets God's will. God's will be done. You know and it's like. Oh. Yeah, it's pretty. It's pretty
Swearing-in of new Israeli government delayed by infighting
"As both prime minister. Benjamin Netanyahu and then head of the opposition Ganz repeatedly failed to form a coalition. The political deadlock is over tonight. The pair will inaugurate a new unity. Government Mister Netanyahu will be prime minister for eighteen months before handing over to Mr. Gaunt's swearing in late by day after America's secretary of State Mike pompeo broke a travel hiatus to fly Jerusalem and meet with both leaders there. He discussed joint efforts to counter of influence in the region campaign that we have been part of To reduce the resources that the ayatollah has to inflict harm here and Israel and all across. The world has borne fruit. It has been successful. And we're GONNA stay added. There's still work to do what wasn't publicly addressed or Israel's plans for the West Bank mister. Netanyahu campaigned on promises to annex parts of the Occupied Territories. That's just one point of contention between his Likud Party and Mister Ganz's blue and white coalition as the long-awaited government gets down to work two political rivals who've been swearing in their campaigns not to trust each not to allow each other to be prime. Minister are now basically going to guarantee each other as prime minister over the next three or four years feffer. It's our Israel correspondent reporting from Jerusalem. Any guns in the parties supported him in arranging. This government will receive an equal number of ministers in cabinet ministers of Likud and the other parties which supported and it's supposed to have equal footing INC cabinet and both their prime minister and the ultimate primates and into the our against who will have those titles and swapped those titles eighteen months. Both of them have the power veto over the government's agenda so that's the basic framework of how this is supposed to work but obviously almost any kind of government decision policy could lead to a crisis one of the things that's lingered over this question for sixteen months. Is this corruption trial of Mister? Netanyahu faces how will that work under this unity government ten days from the swearing? Elvis new government now is scheduled to Face Jerusalem District Court in three charges of fraud one charge of bribery and now of course is denying all. These charges doesn't seem that he can evade his day in court and to make sure that the court system does hold to account the Justice Ministry has been handed to one of the many guns his allies. They're saying is going to ensure that the case goes ahead but we can expand to try and find various ways to erode and undermined the case against him. We're already seeing from various Internet proxies in the media very vicious campaign against the Attorney General. Who decided on the charges against him? And this will continue to be the undercurrent to the new government's first few months so assuming that this unity government can get past the corruption trial and get back to governing. How much faith do you have in them? Being able to stick together given how much mistrust there is between these guys. Well the distrust within this new government is endemic. And there's no question about it and gets into narrow. Spent sixteen months slagging each other off so suddenly beginning to work together. Maybe have a daunting prospect. But yes I remember. That guy has in the past. Been the commander of the Israeli army underneath also. He does have a history of working well together with the Asian. The new ministers in this government will be eager to get down to work and they really sick and tired of campaigning. For the last sixteen months is really politics has been in limbo so I think that despite the distrust of there is amongst them that they will get down to governing these over the next few Muslim tried to overcome whatever obstacles and dislikes they have for each other and another big question in Israel. Recently is the plan for annexation which seems to be going ahead of the coalition agreement between the could against his blue and white party does include the clothes that the issue of annexation as it appears in the peace plan proposed by Donald Trump back in January will be brought to cabinet and the parliament from the beginning of July. So that issue there and we know that gaunt's and some of his partners are not very enthusiastic about going ahead with annexing large parts of the occupied West Bank and that certainly is a potential minefield for this new government. But the real question is is now himself really eager? To Go ahead annexation. He's used this last year or so as an issue to rally his right wing base over the election. Campaigns is very risk averse leader. Despite his gung-ho image he doesn't really like to endanger the status quo so why go ahead and jeopardize that by pushing on annexation? I think we'll hear there ten hour continuing to promise on accession to his supporters but finding reasons to delay and then lot will depend on the outcome of the provincial November if Donald Trump news is the next administration is much less supportive of annexation than it. May Well Happen and is it that accession push the tacit approval of the trump administration. The reason why America's secretary of State's Mike Pompeo was in Israel yesterday his first trip abroad in nearly two months. So according to sources in Perez enter our that's not the reason he flew halfway around the world and his first international trips since the beginning of the pandemic according to compels remarks. What we've been hearing from people both on the Israeli and the American signs were in the meetings and main issue was actually Iran and the various concerns Israel and the United States have about escalations of tensions with Iran in the region and the other issue that compared brought up quite pointedly was China and America's concerns over China's lack of cooperation regarding cove nineteen and America's reservations with various projects. That Israel is cooperating with Chinese. Big Infrastructure Programs. Won't that they'd ministration. Wants Israel to freeze choices out of putting all that together. How likely do you think that this government will serve out its term as written so I think for the next year or so as the government staying together because nobody really wants to go back to election campaign mode again? This people have really exhausted. Elections at the same time is just beginning to emerge from corona virus shutdown. So I think for these at least twelve month period now the government will somehow stick together. The real question on this government's future rises towards the end of twenty twenty one when Netanyahu gates have to swap places and gates becomes. The prime minister would only be the ultimate prime minister. I think then we'll We'll see whether they can actually contemplate relinquishing power. But probably the next year year and a half Israeli politics will be relatively
"gung" Discussed on Overnight Drive
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Jeff & Phil Discuss Parasite's Historic Night at the Oscars
"Fans of the show know that we are. We are huge fans of the movie parasite Peres parasite parasite and this having this three weeks ago. Right but we are still feeling the glow off of parasites Huge died at the Oscars. The sweep it was. Yeah it was parasites just Night to shine in every major category was nominated was the story. I mean it was like the it was like this year's like every every Oscar. Your this is the story that comes out of it but it was like it's about this movie from South Korea coming and just blowing everybody away. I mean that's It's it's just an undeniably good film. And so I think it got. It's one of those. He's going Oscars where you know it. It was up all these major awards and certainly would get the foreign language or whatever. It's called the national feature right. Everyone's like that's you know that's a foregone conclusion but a lot of people were like. It should win best picture. It should win best director probably like maybe to invest director. But if there's probably not GONNA win best feature. That has never actually happened before right. We're going from never having seen a Korean film nominated for anything. Yeah right in the past and then all of a sudden having this one film win best picture best director best screenplay best original screenplay right and then also best or national feature and every single time the build continued with bond coming out again and again to thank everybody and probably get increasingly drunk. Charming is held by the way this guy I mean. He knew how to do award season like that whole circuit right but then every time we got up on stage is like through another charmer. Zinger at the audience. In Your Life. How can you give this guy all the awards you know? He's like unaffected. He's got a quirky sense of humor. I wanted to also shout out his interpreter and his interpreter. Sharon Choi is now the toast issues. I mean yeah she over. The course of the award season became also like a sort of minor celebrity in her own right right and so gained fan following. So I'm a fan. I'm if anybody else knows her we'd love to have her as a guest on the show hundred yet honestly I'm a fan of like just pretty much. Everybody who would anything into that movie? Yeah parasites key grips. Yeah best graphs. You know it's like it was. It was an end to end. Just glory of a film in so many ways and I think the thing that that it's most staggering for me is the degree to which I did not believe this was going to occur degree to which I was already pre apologizing on behalf of America and this this local awards show the Oscars because it seems so likely that the you know decades and decades of racist exclusion of Asian and asian-american stuff was going to continue and It just blew my face my skull. You know I I also was like I don't know by the time. Oscar night rolled around. I think people were pretty stoked about it about parasite a fever kind of hit the town And I'm speaking of someone who live in Los Angeles. So there's I mean like we marinate it. There's a there's they say that They're all these different. They're only there. Are there many seasons? But there's a war season so I was I was I don't know but I'd love allowed myself to feel like maybe this could happen. And then yeah and this probably setting myself up for complete crushing disappointment. And then I'd have something to complain about at the new Oscar but holy shit you know like at the end of the night and you're like Oh my God. There's a whole giant group of Korean setting on Stage Roy out. This is amazing. I believe Koreatown was was lit I mean my understanding is that bong the rest of the cast and crew did not make it to the Designated Party. That was until like one forty six. Am or something like that and then hit creatine afterwards. Yeah reporting is reported that they they shut down a restaurant and basically was there till six in the morning and well you know they deserved it and every every since I obviously was not an entirely undiluted moment of joy because you know it's something we talked about before but The awards went to Bong and went to the movie. They did not go to the actors deserved across the board. And the ensemble is so incredibly good and such a huge part of making this movie work yet. None of them were were recognized with a nomination individually right right right. I mean that's and that's been A. That's a trend. I mean any. Somebody pointed out that any any film that has been had nominated for multiple awards at the Oscars almost all of them have have been devoid of nominations for the actors right from Crouching Tiger to everything back to the last emperor saga millionaire life of Pi. It's like this is not. This is not a coincidence. Know what I mean so there is. There's something here where Asian performers Asian bodies are sort of like are invisible. Actually when it comes to sort of be recognized in this way I totally agree. I feel like there are a lot of reasons for it down to the sort of feeling in some ways that Asian films genre right even disregard. What kind of films are they actually are the the idea that Asian film is Genre? Not just Korean film or Japanese film attorneys when whatever but the Asian the relegates them to a category and a specific category that essentially flattens out the contributions required to make the film film right. Now I say this in part because I feel like the biggest reason these actors were not being reckoned. They're two huge reasons. Right one is that they were unfamiliar to Hollywood. Yeah as actress themselves we know. Hollywood is kind of a clubby place. Yeah if you've been nominated before you're more likely to be nominated again if you know. There's just a whole sense of expectation in the game right which is just like a crime considering someone like so gung. Ho is like you know. He's a national treasure. It right yeah. He's got a huge cannon of Eric shows an incredible amount of rain and yet I think the way they they see him as he did a great job in the sort of supporting actor role as part of an ensemble right like his own. Individual performance gets flattened out again. It's GonNa it's GonNa be funny because a lot of people are going to start like sort of discount on their path of discovering Korean cinema. Right this dude is in every movie for twenty years. But it's too late at least for for this award season but the other reason frankly is. I don't think that people know how to pronounce. People's names I or or write them properly and they've as a result and also frankly they don't speak English fluently in some cases loonies other people and it means that it takes more effort. You can actually give them press i. It was easier. I think for for Neon to sort of hype the film overall as a phenomenon. Then it was to actually try to do a serious effort to to get you know acting awards and I'm not putting it on them. Yeah Sort wasn't it wasn't a neon Yeah it would have been so you know. I'm not putting on them. But the way that the press works is Kinda need to be fed and if it's not easy for them to eat if they have to actually shell the shrimp Kinda pull the meat out of the crab legs. Then they won't eat it regards. How great the buffets metaphorically but they did walk away with the SAG. I mean they on some the Tom Board. Yeah but that's I recognize as actors. I mean it's recognizing their good actors is not recognizing collectively. That good acting happen right right. But it wasn't recognizing them as individuals being this stripping their individual Surv- identities outright. Yes it was applauding the Asians. Yeah and again. It's great and you know. I'm glad that they actually got that recognition collectively but let's also acknowledge that it's not just them but there were many performances by Asian actors in predominantly non English speaking films that effectively went right under the radar for the Academy Award
"Today I'm talking to a woman. We're calling harper. She's in her late twenties and lives in Virginia five years ago. She married her first husband but shortly after he died in a car crash a few years later trying to move on she joined a support group for other young widows. It was facebook group of all things. Young widowed and dating is that it was called through. This group. Harper met the man who would become her second husband a widower with a five year. Old Daughter. The little girl was three when she lost her mom to bring cancer. I think I say this jokingly but it's really serious. There are a lot of people in our relationship. There's you know my dad spouse. There's his dead spouse And then there's the little girl in the middle of it now harper's trying to embrace the role of step mom while also honoring her stepdaughters loss. I think that I always feel so uncertain. I question everything Whether or not I should be the one to tuck her in or whether I should be the one that is disciplining of behavior Or even giving affection like my the one that jumps in when she sad or she falls down Like how much. I don't WanNa overcompensate for me not being her biological mother for me having this new role in her life yet. I also don't want her to feel separate from to you. Know much about her mom. Yeah I've tried really hard to learn about like personality in her quirks and what she didn't didn't like because it means a lot to me to keep her alive. are stepped or my stepdaughter. Gra. Would he know about about this woman that she was fun and joyful That she could be very stubborn but she was always ready to Kind of what? They always say that if she wanted to do something she did it. So whether that was like booking a cruise out of nowhere or like going on a trip to Disneyland like whatever experience it was like she just kind of grabbed a life by the horns and brought the people she loved with her and she just kind of had this infectious happiness at mean. You know I know that. Like no one's perfect memories. We share like the ones who passed on Lake. Gets a little like rose-colored sometimes you. She was not without fault but like I do wonder often if she would be proud or happy that I'm the person who fills this role now Sometimes when I'm you know losing my patience Lake would which she be. Impatient right now is. It is a truly a hard moment owners. Because they don't have this natural maternal bond and that I'm like I feel that I have to fight For that connection and for me to like want this life with her family that she should have never left you know So that's part of the impostor fear. Oh Yeah like I. I am being loved in the way that she is supposed to be being loved and You're filling her shoes and you're not sure if you deserve it. I feel sometimes that in filling her shoes and I I struggled to assert my own personality. Maybe Or that I like things differently. You know they even things like football. I don't enjoy the sport and she made an effort to learn to enjoy it. You know with my husband and they have great memories and I you know. I don't see myself being that gung-ho ever and even little things things like that are enjoying wine you know having a glass of wine at night. I don't likewise makes me tired. But that was the thing that they shared and You know we share different things in. It's it's hard to sometimes figure out what is equality that I would really like to emulate from her mothering. Her her time as a wife and like what is what is my particular stamp Does your husband talk about her ya all the time. And how do you feel when he's talking about her? I think most of the time I'm just kind of there to witness it you know and I'm there to learn I think there may be moments when I fall a little jealous or isn't floors if I was in a shadow and I don't think there's any way that I couldn't But he's had the strength and the emotional ability to sit with me through those things and to give me the space to work on it on my own but I also understand that I do the same thing like I share memories of my first husband and I have surprising moments of grief. That just out of nowhere that he has to sit with me through and How did your relationship with your husband kind of linger in your mind as you were starting? This new relationship is very hard. Especially in a physical sense to Inara to cass or to be more intimate like it was Not that I felt that I was cheating but just the difference. had a filter from I was just so accustomed to his body. Even like a hand my hand on his shoulder. sometimes grab my husband shoulder like grays against him. I expect to feel like the wiry hardness Linke -ness of my first husband's body and then his is completely different. Yeah and it can be shocking. Like sometimes that's devastating to feel the difference in all of a sudden like I'm just thrown into this moment of grief We didn't fall out of love with who we lost Lake. We're still in love with them. And I think that's a hard thing for people understand like we didn't move on. We kind of decided to move forward together.
Filipino foods new direction
"Filipino. Food it may be visible in many North American Asian cities but in Europe it is still unknown to many having said that there are more and more scientists that this is changing inching. One example of this is the launch of Sarah a new restaurant in London spree extent that draws from the reach food culture of the Philippines founder interfere denuncia budgie Montoya Hilt earlier residencies around the capital before fighting a home from south London. He told me how the launch of Sarah came about about in the last twelve months we entered in the competition through the bricks village called Brixton kitchen and it was a competition where you're able to pitch your concept. They've picked a group of concepts and we had a sort of battle royale style competition where we cook for three judges. Took Jackson Boxer and James Cochran and we won and as a result we are now in. Brixton market congratulates. It's exciting times. What's the concept of Sarah? Was Your own definition audio. Describe it so Surat for me is a neighborhood restaurant that does modern interpretations thousands of Filipino cuisine of food. That's inspired by Filipino cuisine. What does that mean in practice in means that we look at classics of Filipino dishes? Look to sort of reinterpret them. In a way that is local in terms of ingredients that are available to US techniques leaks that Modern or techniques that I picked up along the way working in the kitchen love worked in and also means sort of challenging. What what we see as culinary truths in the Philippines in terms of taking Filipina ingredients and an applying them in different ways as opposed to just regurgitating regurgitating classic dishes all the time you talk about modern interpretations therein considering that Filipino? Food actually is very well known in the United Kingdom one one cute assume that it would have been station to go and actually start serving classic Filipino dishes. But he decided not to do that. Weiss that what I think for me. The sort of classic assist Filipino. Cuisine is very much a home based cuisine and so when you look at classic Filipino cuisine. It's very much something that's all about the household sold in sort of gathered around the family sort of celebrating. And things like that so for me. It's more a home cuisine. Modernizing it means that we can try and use the word elevate but bring it to the masses. Make it appealing to more people as opposed to just the Filipino community. Now why is it that we don't eventually no Filipino food in the UK or in Europe. You Go to New York to Los Angeles for example and you come across many many Filipino places. There but that's not the case in many parts of Europe. Yeah Yeah it's a question. That sort of baffles me constantly to be honest a diagnose a real answer to it you know. I think there are Filipino restaurants in London that it'd been around for quite some time but they take you down that nostalgic route the very much classic Filipino restaurants sort of older generation type restaurants restaurants. And I think for me. That's maybe why there isn't much of a popularity because it the they're targeting sort of the these for the older generation our budget tell us what you have created. What are the dishes? You're most proud of. I guess I think the most popular dish that we have is probably interpretation of the electron traditionally in the Philippines. It's a whole roasted pig. In depending on which region you're from different condiments in different ways of preparing it. We do a letch on belly which we stuff stuff with lemongrass. Chilli Ginger garlic when we slow roast so that we get a nice so crispy glass like skin on top up and it's very moist juicy and automatic. I like to call it London Lech. On as opposed to you know other sort of got actually received a phone call in two days ago and someone asked what type of latch on. I did whether it was from Seibu or a different region. I said actually notes London. Let Sean and Kinda laughed and said the thought show with that. Is You know for me. It's version of the election using the ingredients that we have available to us. Do you have everything available in London when you need No it's a challenge to get some of the ingredients fresh ingredients that I would like but I think it's also a good challenge for me to be able to figure. Gerrad away to final tentatives local attentive to ingredients that I'm not necessarily being able to get in the UK. So what have you been doing. What have you been missing? And how have you found some ingredients and how of you replace some ingredients with other local ingredients. I think the classic easiest one would be you and local officials local seafood. Philippines is an island and it's blessed with an abundance of seafood. The UK is an island and is also blessed in abundance of seafood so utilized local seafood as opposed to using imported frozen fish. We have additional menu a cynic gung dish. which is a sal super centrally normally salad with Tamarind? We been experimenting using different ways of souring agents. I've tried with re Bob. The most recent recent one. We've done these with fermenting tomatoes which creates not so soundness without having to use as much tamarind or using him as the base of that soup. Timmy tell me more about those Philippine ingredients that are used most. I know that you've been looking for some things over here in London and you've been rather successful in getting them. So the most business ingredients we have in Philippines has to be Callum Ansi the comments he limes native lime. It's a tiny little green line. That packs a big punch in tons of flavor. It's able to get a pure as over here quite easily. That's not an issue. Getting the fresh stuff has been a challenge. I've managed defined a great supplier who who's white really hard to try and find and source could stream of fresh Calisi and even that is still sometimes me. I can't order them within two weeks so they come every two to three weeks sometimes they order them Internet. Come at all. So that's one of the ingredients that we we try and source as much so in the Philippines. It's something we have on the table. It's so abundant that you know everyone has it. It's a gun. Show everything table so I try and get get as much as I can so I can recreate that sort of nostalgic feeling but so we talked about how Filipino food is not particularly well known in the UK. Have you also says host. The aim aim the goal of of creating identity for that food over here and making its better known in Britain. Yeah I mean for me. The the goal of the ramp is talk about cultural awareness for me. Syrup is very much about rediscovering my own culture and creating that identity see so for me. My Gulfs rappers secrete density for Filipino cuisine. In London I want people to understand and have a base Understanding of cuisine like they do with Thai cuisine like they do with Japanese cuisine. Mio Japanese word. But he's it's in our vocabulary. Mary we know what it is. If I can allow people have no idea what that is so I dream of a day where I can say keen allow and people know what that is and not say. It's a Filipino. Version of Savita Juno. So that's something that I dream of. And how much more have you learned about the food off your original home country during in this process during working with Sarah talks about rediscovering Filipino food. So what does your own experience being like. I mean it's been fantastic. I mean I think for me. The food idea syrup is purely based on memory. You know I've not been back to the Philippines for a long time I was. I was born in the Philippines but moved to Sydney when I was five with my family. So you know. I grew up Australian and I don't speak the language so going back to sort of the recipes where I would ask my mother uh for some recipes and I'm then applying what I've land as a cook to those recipes yet. Rediscovering so new ingredients since Rediscovering flavor profiles. That I've always been that from day one but I've sort of forgotten about them too salty. The sow the the sweet sweep you know really high mommy flavors that when I think about it when I've learned as a cook there's other flavors that people crave for it's already there in Filipino cuisine. And I've grown up with it without even knowing it says era is now opening Brixton village in London. What's happening next all your longer term plans lung? It's implants dance. Definitely want to expand syrup and and make it a little bit larger. You know I'd like to be a place where we can see a few more people you know. I I look at some some of mine rations in terms of restaurants and look at places like smoking goat. who were these tiny little sort of restaurant in Soho who now this big restaurant in shortage inch? And that's for me. That's you know Pasta. I would love to recreate for Sarah but also I'd like to bake and I like pastries and I'd love to open a Filipino bakery of some sort that complements as a restaurant.
plant health, herbs and sustainability with Maya Thomas
"So before I forget Hoyas Hoyas who is the one I forgot is the lovely Hoya Australis. Lisa how Oh gosh forget this plot while he was sitting on my kitchen window sill where normally don't keep toys so I think it just got a little bit hidden in forgotten when I was pulling those plants together. Four my tour But it's a really nice plant. My one is a fairly spokesman that I picked up. I bought it from North One. God Center Regular Listen. I'm a bit of a fan of that particular shop so this was bought their last year. Some time I can't quite remember when there's a smallish plant I think it's actually to cuttings in apart thought and so far it's going up. The stems haven't got long enough to the point where they start to drop down but the foliage on this plant is he's really lovely. If you can imagine a leaf that starts out its margins in the darkest darkest possible green and then in any regular random patton becomes ever lighter to move towards a Pale Green Line Green Center. It's glossy it's leathery. It's a lovely Hoyer leaf and the nice thing about this plot also is that the new leaves come through this rubble of carmine. Mind pink color and you do get flashes of carmine pink in the League as well and in the stem depending on how much light the plants are in so this is really really nice. Hoyer I can't wait for this to get bigger and start trail. It's an easy one I would say it's as easy as you regular Konno's is and so I think it's also fairly easy to get hold of now so it's one of those kind of entry heuer's that will really get you into this particular genus of plants. So I apologize. Lisa forgetting Getting you or do love you very much and yeah if you've got a lease bigger and more developed with lots of pictures so I can see what my plants GonNa turn into so then we go. That's number thirteen. I don't think it's going to be long. Before my recollection becomes even bigger. I just discovered a website in the Netherlands. Is that sells loads of rooted and unrooted Harare. Cuttings there's also somebody in the UK who sells on Ebay so as soon as the weather warms up. Yup Yup I think I might be getting my collection somewhat. Yeah I'm Gung Ho crazy right now but I just can't get enough these plants
Why Gen Z is being labelled Generation Anxiety
"So it's twenty twenty. We're officially in the next great decade. But I won't lie to you. It's hard to be optimistic. About what the future sure holds a new report says home. Affordability is a growing problem for the average Canadian families. A new study of wildfires around the world from the Amazon rainforest to California says human activity is raising temperatures and adding to the threat. Job Market is tough and it's especially tough for college graduates. A huge number of them are actually working at jobs. That don't even fire a college degree if you're a millennial or a boomer or one of those rare rare Gen xers you might be able to get away with blaming this pessimism for the future on your age and life experience but the same can't be said for generations the young bucks of the future. Today's teens and young adults they should be excited about the next ten years keyword should in reality party they aren't instead they're being labeled generation anxiety anxiety is nothing new among young people but Gen Z.. is worried about vote. Much bigger and more pressing issues than previous generations. So how much of it is justifiable. How is it affecting young people right now? And what can other generations due to be more helpful and understanding I'm Stephanie Phillips in for Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big story. Johanna Chisholm is a digital. It'll producer at the Toronto Star. She looked into why Gen Z.. Is being labeled generation anxiety. Hydra Hannah. Hello how are you Stephanie. I'm good thanks so when we first reached out to you to get you on the show you said that this topic you know really interested you What about this topic interested you so much for sure I'll admit that it was assigned to me by an editor. So I don't WanNa take full credit for it But what I was given the opportunity to sort of dig into this topic. I was Gung gung-ho because partially previous reporting that I had done kind of focused on Internet culture in youth and so I had come across bits of anxiety in teens in adolescence revolving mostly around like self harm on social media accounts but when I was given the opportunity to dig into why it is that the more broad generation is experiencing anxiety at such high rates than other generations. I thought this is an awesome time to go on. This and I had the space to do. It hadn't hadn't editor support to do it so that's really why I was really interested in digging into it so you wrote that Gen Z.. is going to be remembered as this. This generation anxiety. So what is the reason. Most recent data tell us about the levels of anxiety for this generation. There was a lot of really interesting. Thank studies that came out about this. The one that I thought was most relevant to our readers that are you know Toronto Ontario focused Cam each study. That came out that she saw a fifteen percent increase in youth. Anxiety between two thousand thirteen and two thousand seventeen and that was in the Self reporting so again. There are problems with that but but this huge jump to see just in five years. That teens are self reporting that they themselves are suffering from severe psychological distress which is characterized as either depression or anxiety symptoms and then there was an EPA study that came out from the American psychological association that sort of mirrored that data in Americans Americans students that it was doubling from two thousand ten to two thousand fifteen which is in that same sweet spot. We were talking about with the two thousand ten being this sort of anxious decade So that that was confirming in the numbers and then the part that I was assigned tasked with really doing was going to the kids and the teens and actually speaking speaking with them to find out what's going on with you guys not that you can really contrast it with the before but just to get their takes on why they're feeling anxious and what's going on there air so so who did you talk to And and what did they tell you about their anxiety So there was a large group of teens that reach out to me. Initially Ashley. It was kind of hard getting you know. Anxious people to come forward and talk about their most intimate feelings about things but eventually I was able to get a hold of Some teens from ages fourteen to seventeen who are in high school and junior high to get thirsty takes on it from more to less inside of things and then I was able to get teens. Who are in the university level? So twenty two twenty three because Gen Z.. Cuts off twenty-three. In most situations some people push it to be twenty-five five. I think but I think most people agree like Pew Research Center Says Ninety Seven to two thousand twelve. Is Jesse because you had to be. I guess like sentient went for nine. Eleven for that event to be characterized as millennial and yeah so I spoke with a bunch of different teens all who were experiencing different kinds of anxiety Heidi and kind of different levels of awareness about it so once I spoke with he didn't even really characterize his symptoms as anxiety because he didn't even really know that it was anxiety he was just looking out at. What are my prospects after I graduate and he no? He's an ECON student at the University of Toronto. A student and really good and pretty sure. He's good for for jobs after graduation but even he was looking at job banks Canada every single day and was like my heart just feels heavy. I was getting Migraines at the library and couldn't really like put into words why he was feeling these things and then when someone asked him like hey do you think it's anxiety he was like. Oh maybe I don't know whereas other students I spoke with reveal airy capable of putting the words to what they were feeling so I think that also speaks to level of awareness ernest. That's out there for young people that previously wasn't there right and I spoke with a climate activist in high school. who had some very powerful awful things to say for seventeen year old that I quite honestly was blown away by but she was sort of just experience or explaining how you know she would talk to her dad about it was like for him growing up and the contrast between what she's looking at and what he was looking at? which was you know? Buy a home get a job or get a job by home. Live in the suburbs CBS. Pay Off your mortgage and she's looking at it like. How am I going to afford school? I don't even know if I can with all these. Oh stop cuts with all of these different stressors in the economy. Hey how can I even think about getting to the point where I'm getting a job or so much even buying a house There's a lot lot in there. Yeah those are big issues. Yeah complicated issues. What is research? Tell us about the world that these young people are well. There was a lot And part of the issue had Haad reporting it was like I'm packing it all into one article because you know you look at the world that these kids are walking into the world is on fire quite right literally at their feet. A precarious work is a huge issue. For them one in ten Canadians I believe stats candles. Reports that are part of the GIG. Economy and precarious work isn't just GIG. Work present as contract work or part time work but there's just an increasing amount of this non secure lifestyle that these other parents have There's also also the retreat of democracy that we're seeing fake news You know just social media technology all of these different things it's the cacophony of things. Just being shutdown these kids throats. So it's it's a lot that's To unpack for someone. Who's you know this vulnerable age group? Who are now between the ages of eighteen take twenty three to accept just digest and be like okay? Well maybe I won't be able to get a job and maybe I won't be able to afford a house and all those things that basically secured cured having good quality of life aren't going to be attainable. Well I I was talking about it. With other producers on our team and a lot of them expressed russell. They had feelings of anxiety when they were in high school or university. But it wasn't about these like big issues news about things that were kind of in control like their friendships or short term goals. Like you know. What University am I going to go to our? What job am I going to guide? Or what skill am I going. Go into that kind of thing. So what makes the situation for Gen Z.. So so different. Why are they concerned with these big issues? I will say that I think technology definitely is playing a large role in it. Part of the the Kwanza have with like pointing our fingers right technology to be the thing that's causing us is sort of a knee jerk reaction to say. Oh you know. Phones and cell phones and social media are causing all these woes and our youth because that sort of rationale has been applied to previous generations. When you Komo TV was causing it? We always point our finger at exactly social media digital world share But I definitely think it plays a role and I was speaking with a a researcher in the United States who sort of studies the role of technology and family life. Okay and she was explaining how not just technology but the way the information nation the sheer quantity of information that is just constantly available at your hip and just a moments away versus previously when you could kind of choose to not be turned the TV on and you could choose to have the radio off. That's not an option so much for teens The other thing that I'll point out that in some of the feedback that I received from Just readers who are of those generations you know the the boomers the Gen xers they were pointing out the stressors that they
The Energy Bar Revolution
"So if you've recently watching the energy bar section of the supermarket you might be surprised rather overwhelmed by the number of choices for starters there are hundreds of different types of energy bars which is kind of crazy if you think about their protein bars and paleo bars whole thirty in vegan and gluten free and cake how infused with much of patter there is probably in sheep are out there for each and everyone of us in that whole revolution it really got started in the nineteen nineties with clif bar and if you for previous episodes of the show you might have heard our interview with Gary Erickson who actually invented this cliff bars well in the early two thousands I can came up with a pretty simple concept that shockingly was really out there in the world it was an energy bar made from two or three Ryan gradients like almonds or cashews all bound together with dates no armors may not seem like a big deal today right you can get them for any much anywhere any seven eleven but back in the day they were kind of revolutionary and how she even came to inventing them to building this brand well was no direct path Lara never intended to start her own business or even to sell a product she grew up in the Denver area her parents ran a pretty successful high end clothing store and water was really into sports she was actually good enough to make the UFC women's volleyball team after she graduated from college with a degree in psychology she wasn't really sure what to do so she came back to Denver and got a job as a social worker and she started to work with kids and teenagers who needed help it was hard I mean just emotionally difficult job it was intense it was always chaotic we were on call every six weeks I'd cut this is at a time right to carry a pager around remember the pager days and if the pager went off at two in the morning because somebody ran away from our tree but facility you had to answer the phone call but it was it was intense work and to see you know fifteen year old girls for actually thirteen year old girls with kids and I had to manage their care with the judicial system I went to court a lot I made recommendations it was one of the most stressful jobs I've ever had in my life and I was in my early twenties how long did it take you before you get burned out like a year and a half so survey your half you're doing this and you just decide this is not this is not for me I'd I knew I needed to change what the landscape look like so I wanted to help these kids but I wanted to do it in more of a recreational component I didn't want to feel like I was the police all the time and so I became a community involvement leader and I got these kids involved in the community it was really fun I mean to this day I still think about these children I wonder where they are what's happened what they're doing so during this time that I was being a social worker working as a social worker I was also cultivating this passion for natural foods how did that happen well so let's go back to college college volleyball ours our coach had a rule of no sugar and no red meat so at the time I was totally in the junk food I was eighteen years old you know my favorite place to eat with any fast food restaurant you can name and then I also have studied stopping eating sugar and no red meat it was really an interesting experience so I start feeling better so that was the first label that went off for me boom so then I started thinking to myself in the background of going through this whole experience and feeling better I thought I don't know I love natural foods this makes such this is common sense to me why don't people know about this why isn't somebody teaching us out the food and so my passion started to build so I guess it at a certain point you stopped working with kids and and did you find another job or did you did you kind of start just like she said think about what you do what you want to do well I knew I had an excitement and passion for natural foods I just didn't know how it was going to make a transition between being a social worker and natural foods I needed to find the courage to take a leap of faith and somehow some way I figure that out for myself and I left my marriage I left my job and decided I'm gonna go back to school and I'm the study I want to get internet traffic medical school and and that's about things like like natural like homeopathic remedies and stuff yes so I'm on my path of taking classes and I made a friend of mine at a different my now one day eating at the help local health food store reading lunch and he drags me to this raw food class and I have one of the most amazing meals I've ever had in my life for this class and I thought wow fast foods are kind of amazing and it just never had occurred to me and then I went back to Colorado over Memorial Day weekend to visit one of my dearest and oldest friends and I went hiking and I was just kind of eating a trail mix and thinking of food and raw foods and thinking about moving to Seattle and all of a sudden I'm on this mountain in this life goes out for me and I think why isn't somebody made something of fruit nuts and spices like something very just pure simple real foods but is portable and convenient but it tastes indulgent like you shouldn't be eating it like junk junk food I mean I don't know that day at that moment it was like this surge of energy I got a good feel this excitement over an idea it's not like I hadn't had ideas before every people are walking around everyday with ideas for whatever reason and that day in that time and all those little experiences that builds up I I just felt what did you like run home and and and and started like writing things down or trying pictures or mortgage just kind of Mull it over for old for awhile so I read other mountain I got it in a book and I started writing down ideas and then when we got back to Denver I thought how can I take fruit nuts and spices turn them into something really exciting and I would get ideas from highs and cookies and cakes and I think okay how do I take cherry pie it make it just get my Cuisinart basically a raw raw and processed food and make it taste like cherry pie apple pie or banana bread or what have you so I'm just imagining this because I do a lot of cooking and you're in your kitchen with your Cuisinart I'm thinking you put a bunch of updates and like that's in there and get the ball rolling on the queen of the sticky like like sticking a ball of a mass and then when you would like to take it out with your hands and like I would roll it out with a rolling pin and then I got a cutter and I would like a cutter and I would cut it out can you catch and and I would make samples I mean batch after batch after batch and did you have any of your own ship any cash just to sort of asking her to help you out in that year while you were not you know we're getting a salary how did you hear bells within about a week I realized I had I had a little bit of money saved up and then I thought start this business but I have to work I have to get a job you know yeah so foods opened their first store in Denver at exactly the same time and I started seeing the building go up in the in in the neighborhood I grew up in actually and I thought hi I'm gonna get a job with them I'm gonna work in their nutrition department doing what I love but I'm gonna figure out the business and how it works I I got a job in the new nutrition department doing what I love which was working around all the nutrition products and it was one of the S. decisions I ever made so at what point did you think yourself this is really going to be a big big deal like this is people gonna want one by these I'm not sure I ever thought that it was such a gradual progression so I first you know got my recipes together and I would give them out to friends and then friends would say I would buy this and that that little tidbit of asking me to buy it would make me feel so excited and motivated to get to the next place which was how in the world and in the manufacture these things yeah where am I gonna get dates and almonds and cherries and at the time I started questioning am I actually gonna do this searchers can work for whole foods they don't just do not and just just fine how are you just like sort of funding this business like finding greens and stuff this is we're just using your own money you know I had a job a whole foods and then I had a credit card and were you nervous or anxious I don't know I I would have moments where I would be really gung ho and I would all kinds of great information and a month would go by and I would find out about a piece of manufacturing equipment were just little things and I would be so motivated and somebody want to buy bars and I'd make them at a batch of bars in these little ziploc bags in a little Chinese takeout box and and I would they would pay me like twenty two dollars or something for a box of ours and I would think wow and then another month to go by where I couldn't get anywhere I felt like my feet were stuck in the mud and then I would just get really I'm motivated and nothing would happen and this went on for the three year period between my idea phase and when I actually launched this is your path in life and you have to go for it and embrace it and make it happen
Everything You Need to Repair Summer Hair, Skin and Nails
"Remember your Selfie Bockel with the bless when you stayed at my house yes so I was trying to do a random act of kindness risk because one of the girls of the salon wanted to try as Makka Macho tea with Mac much so she was like all Gung Ho she wanted to try. Try was like all. I Have Amazon prime. I'll get it for you forgetting. You need a minimum order of Lake for free delivery. I'm like looking you like it depends on the item true. It was four ninety nine. I'll maybe what is it. What is the minimum. I feel like I think it's it's like this team. Maybe it's fifteen. You're right that sounds about right so I jumped and got some scrubs. Somebody's GRUBS and I found by accident at at whole foods these they're called Pasha soap company and its creamy whipped soap with calming arniko extract. That's as the calming one. It's it's whipped soap with exfoliating minute wait so you got it at on Amazon Prime at whole whole foods I was thinking trader. Joe's I was confused. Got It. Yes you got it through Amazon prime from whole foods totally get it at whole foods. You don't have to be a primary known to you know we love him. Okay but is one hundred percent knockoff of wet. You loved in my bathroom is while the lemongrass one. which is the charcoal clarifying sort here? Oh Dog Nas smelling right. Now is cucumber seaweeds taking feel so it's a little too little ready but when water hits it at ladders like unbelievable. Oh this charcoal lemon grass magic bliss Heiferman. Why would they call it charcoal lemongrass. Lemon Grass peppermint now lemongrass definitely Jessica Simpson moment like his lemongrass pepper may thing you dyed my hair brown otherwise people would know the truth okay so you can get this on at whole foods or Amazon Private Pacha so company and it's the we're we're smelling all they have to clarify one. which is charcoal lemongrass Intikhab more though the best was like six other sense six other? There's a law in the line this one Dead Sea mud smelling Dead Sea man. I'm excited because I think that was going to take my spray. Spray Tan off how you like that one. I think so I think I will because I think like this like I'm on the last Hurrah of the Spray Tan at the little blotch so it's time for me to a hack it off. Isn't it just like tumor. lovie immerse over so is this summer by youth by the way. Oh no forty four 401 happy birthday so great in fact by the time all listening to this I will be gallivanting somewhere between Mykonos in Florence so don't cry from Argentina. Yeah no looking so bad but forty so anyway. I'm going to talk about my shelf which I found from my other travels this summer approved by Ryan and I want you to know I really go to Ryan all the time and my can I use this this on my hair so I was traveling and I needed a curling iron but when you travel internationally even if you have a converter you need to have have hot tools that can take to the dual voltage so t to twenty volt or two forty volt depending on where you are my good old T. three curling. You're not one ten I already blew one of those out once and it was like one hundred and fifty bucks to replace. Oh Mama wasn't making that mistake again so I found this also so on Amazon it is by Medina M. A. D. E. N. I A. to one hair. Straighten are and curler travel curling flat iron duo voltage. It has the ceramic plates tormo lean. I was worried that it might find my hair Ryan. You gave me the okay yes but I said be careful when it all turned on by accident. If you turn a curling iron on in you go to use it as a flat iron and you touch the outside you you're we're. GonNa bring a so so I want to say that to basically it's not to areas that you turn you turn this thing on and probably if you had a more expensive one it would be but this was twenty nine at third 29.99 great by it gets my seal of approval so you turn this on the whole barrel heats up and there's like a little little switch on the side that you push one way if you want it to be a crawling arm with like the clip that locks and it locks it so that you can clip it and then if you push it the other way the curling rolling aren't splits down the middle and opens up and then is your flat iron. It's brilliant. I don't I didn't understand why they don't make all of them like this but I'll tell you girls else. You need to flat iron your hair from the very top. This is not going to be for you because if you think about a curled barrel when you open it up you have to leave a little space because the outside of that curling iron we'll bring you right so now for your hands they do make protecting gloves they usually come with the wands and they come with a crawling but you can get those on Amazon to Lampton voles glove coverage. I just got a silly wand at Costco on the go and it had like these cute little like finger gloves. I was like okay. I'm still going to burn my pinky when I'm looking at the at the pictures that they have is their display the grow with curly hair you can totally do that and I did that this girl with the straight hair you can't get straight from like an inch away from your head down because crime yeah but but it's great but a mini thought iron could still do routes it could but let's let's be honest when you're traveling or at least when. I'm traveling internationally now. I need all the space I can get either so this is a godsend. It's two in one and if you need your hair that straight like you pull it back in a ponytail out. Oh you sat your hair like an abundance for the first half of the days that it's straight at the root yeah also the the Carribean Express that you did for me. Yes die you love it really glad it's so great and it's part of the reason I wanted to talk about all of the stuff that we did over the summer yeah all of the negative if things to our hair to our skin all of the abuse it's not that it's negative all the abuse that her hair skin now body takes will. I will tell you I make so so much money sep- September because every single client now we jumped because of your birthday. We really did the Shebang on your hair so you don't till that way right now but everyone else comes in semi charon goes my hair feels like crap yep rights so oh. I have this like this overhaul hair thing and I think everybody needs at least two inches off yeah cut it cut it off two inches and then lowlights lowlights or rich in the tone a little bit and lowlights as a reaction to the highlights the brassiness talking about also your hair gets really bleached out from the Sun yes it. I don't care if you're a Brunette. I don't care if you're a redhead. I don't care if you're blonde it. Everything's light so laureen marine and or the saltwater exactly so runs ten foils of lowlights evenly spurs her head or just paint a few piece paint a few to pieces of lowlights through your hair and then conditioning treatments and continuing it at home for like two weeks and your hair will be back to normal. No we had done the Ola plaques yeah about that in an old episode I actually had it as one of my shelf is because I liked it. You bought it at Sephora. I think it was like thirty thirty bucks but they do an insulin treatment with that they do so. It's an oil base treatment. It goes in your color. Okay 'cause then you bleed. Chuck is if you're getting into the low lights is at the request of possible. Shore can absolutely request. Olo Plex in your lowlights and you can apps now. They have some take home treatments as well that are bomb right so they're a little heavy. They are a little bit goes a long way. I like to number three which is the number six which is like a new. They've come out with a seven yeah because six was not great. Well it was heavy wasn't good for you. Good for some okay. So what do we think about carrot and I was surprised when I came to you. Midsummer was like I want to. Redo the carrots and again and you're like girl. You were living your best life. If you're in the saltwater you're in the pool. That's not good for the Carrington at all what strips at the salt it yeah it. It's it's a coating on your hair. That's going to take the coating off faster. Is something that we might WanNa do again in the fall or is it like give it a rest. Give it a rest. You have a definite you have two coats on your hair the lousy personally but I'm saying like for other people do care to normally and you can do you can do a full cartoon treatment and you can follow it up with expressed. Don't don't do it again. Come fall chill out. You'RE GONNA break your hair off of it. You're like other people can do it amber back away from the Carrington model. Oh okay so while we're on the topic of hair. I do want to address hair removal because the fall the fall is the best first time to start your hair removal. How ever you have to make sure that your summer Tan has completely faded. Yes because when you're going link to do any sort of laser treatment the laser is attracted towards that dark pigment and if your Tan it's not going to be able to tell the difference between your skin and the unwanted pigment and you're going with Burns but we do know that it takes ten full months to have a full six treatment cycle of hair removal because you're going every six weeks except this is a good time to book for. Let's say act HCT one or if you're really really good and you didn't get any sun on you can start it now but if there's even a little bit and I know that because listen I wore SPF. I slapped it on. I was at fifty and seventy being in sunny locations. It doesn't matter it really doesn't so okay. Let's actually talking about the skin and the skin damage image. You actually look good though thank you. We're really careful. I am I yes. I'm I'm insane I I don't Tan I burn pink or get read and then so my tan is always sprayed onto always say I say here all the time so for me you turned on me onto super groups. Vail love it the invisible the invisible so I always do I do that that I do a little makeup that I spray the supergroup supergroup like makeup setting spray with SPF again. You told me that won't listen. I believe in layering SPF because when I went to Aruba I was using the super goop full disclosure. It says that you need to reapply it and I how reapply when you have makeup on so that's why did the spray because you know what the Super Group is. Invisible commands. You can put it on her makeup but I'm talking about over. I don't work to the beach to the ball. I had a hat on and larynx. SPF never about idea but if you are going to be in a sunny place you also need to make sure to
Nuke Mars? Elon Musk seems serious about plan to terraform the red planet
"Future emperor of the world elon musk is up to his crazy antics again. Boys and girl on thursday ilan tweeted a simple but effective message nuke mars. Let's which i immediately re tweeted with common hell yeah but it turns turns out that he lonzo reasoning for wanting to nuke mars our neighbor to the right aren't the same as mine. I used to destroy it. I just wanted to shut down the aliens from getting any big ideas but he has some other dumb science reasons for one anouk. Mars and i'll get into your apparently mar mosk is really gung. Ho about this whole colony on mars thing which he thinks could be accomplished by unlocking the carbon dioxide trapped inside martian ice rock and soil so musk's theory is dropping one or more big ass bombs uh-huh on that red motherfuckers polls it would unlock the co two in the polls in the ice and <hes> it'd be released creating more habitable atmosphere
Tesla and women - yes, they do love them too
"Hiring is challenging but there's one place you can go where hiring is simple and smart that place is ziprecruiter where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates try it for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire hey everyone jefferson graham you're listening to talking tech really interesting new story in usa today about women and tesla cars some hernandez steam buying them because they feel these electric cars like toys while we just happened a happy female tesla owner without she has two of them michelle mall tae she's the consumer usa today let's hear her take on tesla in females well you know it it is a wonderful car i'm enjoying driving it ensures to some degree it feels like a toy but it's a it's an amazing technological tool you know that i have at my disposal now you but let's talk about the reaction of the story okay so you're you've been hearing from a whole bunch of women today oh boy have we been hearing from folks 'em you know there are very passionate owners of tesla plus end there's one particular group that i'm i am a member of the a facebook group that's called tesla divas it is exclusively women an there are some very a passionate views about what they interpret the story just say an and they feel miss casts 'em the appeal to them they do not fields of tesla toys they don't 'em you know just as gung ho an excited cited about the tesla is as men in these forums are you know women are looking at them in the same way as a some of the think it's a sexy vehicle some of them think it's more practical vehicle a the car additional trunk space in the front that is very appealing to a lot of folks 'em in fact one of the responses was hello off wrong 'em an andy assumption that women are perplexed by the technology or not drawn to it 'em some of them found untrue you know 'em and also the v the detail that cars may be registered to their spouses 'em but it doesn't mean there isn't doesn't mean they're not driving it okay so we should just closed by talking about these mess that women don't like games women don't like tack women don't like remote controls women don't like fancy tv's that been with us for years now that's really played out in the stories is very apps yes an end to borrow someone else's term that's fake news 'em as my recent trip to e3 proved you know girls game we women love are games as well as met as much as the men do 'em we love our cars as much as arm as much as men do 'em you know whether it's a tesla or truck you'll find women there as passionate as as the guys who wound up to just maybe with softer boyce's sometimes sometimes michelle multi consumer editor for usa today thanks for joining us here on talking tech i'm jefferson ram we'd love to hear from you i'm at jefferson graham on twitter michelle is at kimball k l h m h l t k i s up police described talking tech wherever you listen online audio and i will be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of tech hiring used to be hard it was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks of razz amaze flipping through them and hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you end the manual review process wasn't any easier but in today's high tech world hiring can be easy and you only have to go to one place to get it done ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk with their powerful matching technology ziprecruiter scans thousands of residents to find the most qualified contenders for your job
Following Kamala Harris' Criticism, Joe Biden Defends His Civil Rights Record
"The exchange everybody is talking about from the debate last night is the exchange between joe biden and kamala harris in which she unfairly attacked him in the most cynical possible fashion she started off by suggesting that joe biden joe i really believe you're not a racist okay when somebody says i believe you're not a racist you know what's coming next which is all the reasons why she thinks he's a racist should that last night it was really cynical she then suggested that his lack of support for forced busing in nineteen seventy seven that this was reflective of a deep underlying racial animus that joe biden that cruel old man would have stopped little gung kamala from going to a school across town that's joe biden stood in front of that bus like george wallace at a school house door and stopped young comma from being able to attend the school of her dreams in berkeley california is bunch of nonsense cynical nonsense no one's still comma harass you know it's funny we're talking about forced busing forced busing was originally designed to achieve racial balance in the schools to achieve integration in the schools today there's more defacto segregation in american schools than there was back in the nineteen eighties so should we do forced busing now like kamla do you propose to forcibly bus tens of thousands of american school children across town to various schools both crappy a non crappy do you expect the parents won't then remove their kids from those schools do expect that will lead to a rise in charter schools or in private schools or home schooling what exactly proposing the beauty of comal harris does here is that she doesn't make policy proposal because if she did it would be unpopular instead she just implies that if you don't support a broad non non specific policy proposal that she apparently likes then you must have hated her when she was Child. She attacked Biden, Biden doesn't have a good response for it. i do not believe you are a racist and i agree with you when you commit yourself to the importance of finding common ground but i also believe and personal and i was actually very it was hurtful to hear you talk about the reputations of two united states senators who built their reputations and career on the segregation of grace in this country and his second so there she's already being dishonest that's not what your biden said which biden said is i didn't like these guys i had to negotiate with them 'cause i'm in the senate now come on harrison's a radical she's never negotiated with anybody on the other side is one of the more dislike members of the of the senate particularly like there's certain senators like cory booker who has friends on the other side of the aisle i'm not aware that kamala harris has any on the other side of the aisle she's one of those cynical radical players in the senate when she suggests that biden is fulsomely praising segregationist it's nonsense you'll hear biden respond to that in a moment then she gets to her real attack which is that biden was going to prevent her from going to school when she was six it was not only that but you also worked with them to oppose busing and you know there was a little girl in california who is part of the second class to integrate her public schools and she was bused to school every day and that little girl was me so i will tell you that on this subject it cannot be an intellectual debate among democrats we have to take it seriously we have to act swiftly as a torney general california i was very proud to put in place a requirement that all my special agents would wear body cameras and keep those cameras on Okay. shifts this right so she she gets a huge round of applause oh the first of all there are a couple of things worthy of note one she says in that clip we can't have an intellectual debate about this i thought that's what policy debates were were where we talk about the costs and benefits of particular proposals not the innate morality of the proposal not the implication that you are more moral than the other guy for proposing something that is completely unworkable which is what she's doing right here and then she doesn't shift to and that is why as attorney general and presidential candidate and senator i have always supported forced busing of children right that would be the logical corollary would for would be for her to say you know you didn't support for busing i do an enforced busing is the way we aren't as we ought to be forcing kids in public schools from different areas to get on buses and we ought to be bussing them forty five minutes here so that we can achieve my ideal racial balance that's our she goes notice instead she goes to and that's why i support body cameras that is the biggest non sequitur that is a huge first of all i support body but it's such a huge non-sequitur right you would expect her to say okay and that's why i support forced busing she doesn't so she's actually saying here's a policy that i may or may not support but if you don't support your racist because you're white and when i was young i could only go to school because of forced busing even though i can't really say whether i support forced busing now i like body cameras notice the it it's a clever move to biden has no response because he's on a democratic debate stage and everybody is pandering on this debate stage he can't really say to harris listen i want you and i always wanted people to be able to go to the best school possible because he didn't support school vouchers for example or the ability to move between communities on a balance area but not a fourth based on a voluntary basis to go to a better public school he's never believed in that so he can't actually say that then he can't say force busing was a bad policy not approved by the vast majority of americans because then she'll say are you saying that i shouldn't have been able to go to a better school when i was a kid right she's demagoguing the issue and there's no way for him of to get out of it the only thing he could do here is say listen if you're suggestion is that my opposition to a particular set of badly written policies in the nineteen seventies makes me racially insensitive you're knowing my entire history you say that you were a kid and you were affected by these policies guess who is fighting to open up civil rights in america this and eventually biden gets to this answer it just takes them too long and he doesn't look good doing it so here's a little bit more of the exchange You have been invoked your chance to restart. this characteristic my position across the board i did not praise racist that is not true number one number two if we want to have this campaign litigated who supports civil rights whether i did or not i'm happy to do that i was a public defender i didn't become a prosecutor i came out i left a good law firm to become a public defender when in fact when in fact when the fact my city was inflamed because of the sausage dr king number one number two as the u._s. as me as the vice president is states i worked with a man who in fact we worked very hard to see to it we don't with these issues in a major major way the fact is that in terms of bussing the busing i never would have been able to go to school the same exact way because it was a local decision made by your city council that's fine that's one of the things argued for that we should not be we should be break down these lines but so the bottom line here is look everything i've done in my career i ran because of civil rights i continue to think we have to make fundamental changes in civil rights and those civil rights by the way include not just african americans but the
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"Troubled child welfare system in the final hours of their annual session. The Wichita eagle in the Kansas City star report, the provision that was eliminated would have created a committee that could have summoned officials to explain problems drafted legislation and provided frustrated parents with a place to vent. Astronomers are looking for suggestions for naming a planet a planet discovered ten years ago, by strawberries has gone without a name. It has one of those catalogue numbers. Of course. It's two thousand seven oh our ten, but the scientists who found the planet have been holding a contest that will end tomorrow where you can vote on names and just to be sure the planet won't be called planet. Mclennan face. They've come up with auctions. The first name is Holly the name of a European fertility? Goddess gung gung, a Chinese got of water and. Villi the name of a Nordic God who the vendor Thor is an Odin son Eban Brown, Fox News poking baby eels has been a big problem in one state. But so far this season. The L harvest has been electric in Maine. They call them elvers, and they're one of the most lucrative catches in the United States. The average price run around two thousand dollars a pound this season, the States Marine patrol are paying closer attention to the packing and shipping of the yields were in the cold streams and rivers of Maine officers there to watch the process to make sure everything adds up before the baby heels or send most that Asia or the raised to maturity eventually end up on a sushi plate. John CA, Fox News. A Georgia college athlete is recovering. After a bizarre injury during practice Godwin is in stable condition after backing into a stationary javelin. That was implanted in the ground university of Georgia. Athletic officials say the track and field freshman underwent emergency surgery and a nearby hospital Godwin is expected to make a full recovery after this accident..
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"Scuttled trade talks between Washington and Beijing spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry gung swung did say that a Chinese trade team was still preparing to travel to America. These comments came in response to a threat from United States. President Donald Trump to increase tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods from ten to twenty five percent this Friday. There had been speculation that Beijing could pull out of the meeting. However, spokesman gung swan said China had heard remarks like this before from the US side and the both parties to instead work towards a mutually acceptable solution. BBC Steven McDonnell in Beijing right now, the Dow down three hundred twelve points like Cohen reports to a minimum security federal prison today. The former Trump lawyer to begin serving a three year sentence for crimes, including campaign finance violations. The US dispatching an aircraft carrier and other military assets to the Middle East. Pentagon officials says the actor and follows clear. Indications that Iran and its proxy forces or preparing to possibly attack US forces in the region whitening may have played a role in the deadly crash of a Russian passenger plane at an airport in Moscow. Russia media reports say lightning strike disabled. The plane's radio all it was trying to make an emergency landing the crash and fire killed forty one of the seventy eight people on board. It's a boy Britain's Prince Harry announcing his wife, Megan the duchess of Sussex as given birth to a baby boy, the couple's first child checking Wall Street, the Dow down three hundred twenty four points. The NASDAQ off one fourteen more of these stories at townhall dot com. Donald Trump is declared war against the Federal Reserve. The winner will determine the outcome of the world's economy. My name's Adam Barada on the author of the national bestselling book. Gold is a better way. Trump is called the Federal Reserve crazy his number one enemy and believes they blown a massive asset bubble that. They're rising rates will pop Trump knows. He must beat the fed to the punch before they caused another financial collapse. He'll do this by monetize in gold. His brilliant plan will cause the price of gold double overnight. I laid all out in my in-depth report the mar-a-lago accord to get this report and a free copy of my best selling book..
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"Tim. I don't think you know, all the words. Tim. I'm not sure all the words. Well, probably a little bit nervous because I'm on the air. Not me nervous. What'd you call about? My man. Well, I wanted to. Doc into that suicide issue you're bringing up in while you were talking about it. I I it and yeah, indeed there twenty two people. They I am a suicide and. Kind of do the math on it. And that's like. Like six hundred seventy five a month. And when you had that all up through the year, man. This. Horrible all of the people that we lose to suicide, and these are folks that have served our country who are the go getters and the gung ho folks that are willing to go the extra mile, and because we're losing all of these amazing people who are probably for the most part, the testosterone Laden folks that have always made this country. What it is. I think you'd probably hit on something that might be right. Directly connected to what the hell is wrong with our country today. Well. Yes. The problem is nobody wants to discuss pulling our folks out of these countries engaged in civil war because the media and the intelligence community will tell.
"gung" Discussed on Counting Countries
"Bernard zone zone means fortress and this fortress is located typically between the two rivers and the architecture and eat eat immensely shores. The architecture of Tom detailed architecture of the zone is such that people get misbehave mariah's with the Virginia's architecture. Yeah. I I've seen that song. It's fantastically beautiful in the valley at the confluence of two rivers. I think it's father river mother river in. It's just in the men structure fantastically beautiful power where you're one international airport is located. I think. Power house your most famous landmark in Bhutan. What's that? Rely. I'm sure everybody knows it on. It's known as digest missed and this Tigers nest if you is literally attest to the cliff eight hundred meters above the valley and somebody who would like to grow up in the Tigers nest nest showed to hike for on two to four hours and renewed a body richest Mona street, it's such realty rewarding. Because the Tigers snus service nor literally hanging into the cliff. Yeah. I I've been to Tigers Nash twice. It's a bit of a hike. But I think most people can do it. And it looks like it's hanging on the side of the cliff. It's it's quite a spectacular safe to say it makes a great postcard. If I have a couple more days if I have more than six days, and even though Bhutan has considered off the beaten path. What happens if I really want to get off the beaten path where can I go? There are places for you to go off the beaten part, but unit more than six days lit sit-in to into this on even fourteen days. So then the east of John Norris tush gung. This is a place where I recommend to grand, you know, experience off the. Activities. Okay. An if I go to the east, I think you said, hopefully, I'm not saying it to incorrectly. Tash e gone. What am I gonna see their or how's that different than the west? Deavere diff'rent short of culture on different dilate. If you see the houses built in the wrist. It's just third if seeing the east houses are scattered and they use more of a stone and list of route and a typical place for you to visit interstitial would be around June one street, and why I recommend rounding ministry is. Because this. What has she follows a different sick of dissolved honest Numa pop and the architecture it serve how did it today? Rituals are different. Okay. That sounds like you'll have some great bragging rights at your next. Cocktail party. Not only have I been to baton but had been to the eastern part of Bhutan. When people visit Bhutan. They have to go through a local tour provider. There's no independent travel. So while raven tours and tracks is a local provider. You're the owner event you obviously have some competitors. Why should people be considering raven tours and tracks when they go to visit dawn Yuna rinca? I like mcclain's to speak on my befouled behalf. Right because we have nearly four hundred reviews on trip advisors and these reviews are not reviewed overnight. It took some years to review and. Dessel right. We Burster about our reviews on advising. Okay. And I understand you're actually ranked number one on trip advisor. So congratulations on that. And obviously your clients have spoken on your behalf. Why do your clients like you so much? We get our grinds like family. Having said that we provide them with a really personalized itineraries and relate quitter a uniquely a unique experiences where they distributing or mistake or even meeting with the doctor who practices strategy dimiss medicine. We even have come across the plains who would like to propose to a girl right in front of the tiger snus monastery and did something unique activity that we have come across. And we would like to promote to this draw for who are interested in proposing. There. Partners again, that's that's gotta be a memorable engagement. That's that's definitely pretty impressive makes me look bad. What what else are you? What wireless are your clients.
"gung" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"App going to switch over to Spotify cleary excited. It's exciting time, but I listened to it in the car. I just started watching on YouTube because I had to get the full yell, Claudia doing her interpretive dancing behind the bushes right now that has to be seen to believe. But how do you feel YouTubers podcast? Like do you have any notes for us? Anything? I don't have any notes. It's definitely like interesting, senior guises facial expressions on YouTube that I don't get to see on the podcast. So I would say if you're listening to the podcast, give you to try, it's actually full screen you just like watching TV. It's great. I might switch over, but there's a lot of Elliott traffic. So it's nice to have both of in New York for a few days now, and Healy people in l. a. are really like like. Gung ho about their traffic, but I think that New York traffic is worse. You agree? Yes. New, the LA traffic. It's like people in Elliot's like claim to fame like the traffic through traffic hall they talk about is the traffic. The traffic here is so much worse for only not enough people talk about it. I tried to talk about at one today on this show just to that, like you guys know how bad we have it here. And when I do make the move to Cleveland. What is with you in Cleveland? I just see. I've never been to Cleveland. You've never been. This is just like a full blown fantasy? No, but we was talking one night and like I definitely I, I'm not like obsessed with New York City. I love it like for now, but I don't see myself being here forever. Yeah, because like just the traffic and like just the pace and you have people everyone's angry and it just keeps like anxiety. And I just always feel like I have my hands in fists. You know, I want to go somewhere where I'm like this for the podcast listeners where my hands are open. And so I was just thinking all across the country like, where could I move? And there's so many different suburbs of junior work, and I just have a problem with each suburb for different Ryan. Like each one has their own stereotype. And like I feel like you're always like kind of in the shadow of New York. You're trying to get to New York City, and I don't want to be somewhere where I'm like thinking about being here, bro. So there's a lot of different great cities in New York, but I just feel like Cleveland like has so many. There's so many different like shows and stuff where people's lives like just better for moving to Cleveland like ROY, Tina, Fey, thirty rock where she goes to Cleveland and like she's so happy. Then there's the show hot in Cleveland where literally the premise is that they are hot in clear, they're, they're sexy in Cleveland. They're not in LA like, and I just ended in khloe moved to Cleveland and seemed so advanced when her life really took a turn for the best worse. Kylie, like we're talking about how when they first started dating like they were on tour and they were walking around, they went to Cleveland mandate, just walk the streets of Cleveland. They were able to be themselves and it's just like, Cleveland sounds like this paradise I, I understand. But like for me, it's just like l. is my paradise. Is it because I'm from Chicago, and I feel like New York doesn't appeal to me at all because I get here in the smells just I hear you. Oh my God, like the humidity with the smells like I'm constantly like like, I don't know what to do with my mouth and my nose. And then I'm someone who like as much as people like people in LA are the worst. Unlike like everyone like cares how many followers they have an Instagram, like when you find the right parts. Like if you don't go to Hollywood, you don't have to deal with people that want to be Kylie Jenner, and then I live in Brentwood..
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"gung" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Some sm some smaller things around mixed reality and i guess there's a dark mood for file explorer that finally is getting darker they're just playing catch up with apple actually leo yes they are no yeah they are can i have a micro now okay this is one of the things that i said the apple event is that every other operating system has had theme ing joke about us yup except for one thing what's that i used it and it's excellent on its way it's way better than what microsoft has windows ten it's not even close this is actually a huge problem might might wanna grabbed gung this'll be the appropriate i dark mode in windows ten is terrible and it's inconsistent and it's it's terrible in so many ways it's hard for me to even try to describe it so i'll i'll just give you a couple of highlights it's it's black not dark for one thing it's this black it only impacts some of the store apps that are in the system and the system itself not all of them it doesn't impact any of the desktop applications like file explorer which is why they're trying to fix it for the next version some applications are not tied into it so when you go into the system sorry the settings app and it's personalization colors you'll see you'll see a setting they're called app mode for some reason not theme like i think most people would think of it and they have a light at mode which is the default which is white and they have a dark at mode which you can switch to which is black and when you do that only some stuff goes black file explorer doesn't microsoft hedge doesn't if and this is the problem so let's say you wanna use dark mud at night because it's easier on your eyes may be combined with the you know the night light feature whatever.
"gung" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"A little tail on the t n gung story to i've been scouring the internet and talking to space scientists today and trying to get it more precise location for where this thing had possibly come down a little after five pm eastern daylight time this is one eventually this object went into the ocean but some are even speculating that these are the coordinates that may be accurate minus thirteen point six out latitude one sixty four point three west longitude and if that indeed correct it places it within the beautiful atolls of the cook islands little atolls out there cold wroto one called swallow and another one called puka puka but what's interesting george i wonder if anybody's got any images because nothing i could find today or talking with people show us every any incident that is or videos or anything because this would have indeed come down during the daylight hours and still possibly visible georgia's we move onto the live sky this is the part i'm sure that the observers and the listeners really love folks don't miss this george if you go out in the early morning just before sunrise look do south just before sunrise a fantastic conjunction both saturn and the planet mars and mars as we've talked about before is going to be the planet of twenty eighteen as it gets closer to the earth and it hasn't some fifteen years simply this look to the skies in the early morning into the south it's spectacular george they look like little gems stuck together in the sky fascinating always remember to keep your eyes to the skies and email me dr sky at cox dot net and they george wow only about two weeks before we all get together in scots i'm looking forward to that i'll be talking about that in just a moment but that is going to be a grand time and you're going to promise me great weather for that april twenty first start doing my little dance right now and i think george i think we're gonna have good luck i'll tell you about that in just a few moments up next matthew landman joins me as we talk about his work franken skies geo engineering gmo's next on.
"gung" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Believe trish not very happy this morning scott will be back on monday but i mean this is a big deal it is a big and he's not a happy right now speaking of big deals china's for space station matisyahu gung one is expected to come crashing to earth in the next few days sometime around they say march thirtieth to april second tian gung translates to heavenly palace and scientists can't predict where the eight and a half ton module will actually hit nobody knows for certain exactly when or where but the station will reenter the atmosphere had between berendt between before april nineteenth anyway like you say between thirty and so they say the chances of it hitting anybody's about a million times smaller than winning powerball jackpot yeah it's and keep in mind it's gonna break up when it comes through the atmosphere but it's got this this tank in filled with hydrazine which is an extremely poisonous gas everybody's got their panties and will they say you know like i said a million chances hitting the powerball but they also tell us about incredible laws against nuclear reactor melting down too so i don't know exactly but in case you're wondering why it is called t angang because t angang is a sound that the metal will make when it hits the sidewalks cbs fm angang the ball.
"gung" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Lot in the year since although mostly supporting gun control at least moderate measures for most of its history well that sort of the most civil war era the dawn of the nra a what about the 20th century what are the nra become at that time in the 20s and 30's and the prewar period and what kinds of policies did they push for in the 1920s and '30s the nra was a leading gun violence prevention group and in fact was behind a nationwide push to restrict who could carry guns on the public streets the nra testified in favor of the first federal gun control law the national firearms act of nineteen 34 that banned certain kinds of weapons they supported reasonable guncontrol laws including the gun control act of 1968 national rifle association who fought long and hard for practical one poor sensible gun laws aimed in the right direction heat gung out of handled the criminal drouin all the metal dope but virtual drunkard national rifle association does not want these people to have gotten when did things start to change things started to change in the nra uh after the gun control act of 1968 the leadership was very moderate and plotted a move to close up the washington office retreat from political activity and move to colorado springs to focus on outdoors activities and hunting this angered a group of hardliners in the member chef who thought guns were more about shooting criminals who were coming to get you at a time of rising crime rates than guns were four shooting ducks and in nineteen 77 the hardliners staged a coup where they took over the organization literally overnight at the annual membership meeting in cincinnati only life members can vote on conventions added alaskan they were able to vote out the former leadership which was suspected of having gone soft on the gun could draw issue the vote gave warning to guncontrol advocates in congress that the hardliners were back in charge of the nra the group of people who took over the nra including harline carter who is.
"gung" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Hi this is brought into the donald trump and i need alabama to go vote for roy more it is so important i'm going to make america safer and stronger and better than ever before but we need roy voting for us but a valid obama alexa liberal democrat doug jones all of our progress will be stopped called we already know democrat doug schoen to say puppets of nancy pelosi and chuck schumer and he will vote with the washington liberals every single time robles coal president franck send out today he recorded it over the weekend i guess it was playing in a lot of phones in alabama houses over the weekend and continuing today we have so many callers from alabama raimodno roof sitting in for laura ingram she will be on the ingram angle tonight she's away on assignment but chill of to tell you win at where she's been let's go to match to alabama you wanted to say met what matt of wall i'm not even sure what are the evangelical boater are republican isn't even why you could think they were some one that was you know white guy really reformed uh kind of feeling but actually i know a lot of catholics that i would consider maybe to be along that line and i know a lot of complex voting for one more because he's a pull marriage and pull life and all had to tell you though i you know trumped i agree with trump i haven't got the robocall but i am all with trump i totally agree with trump on what he's saying about 'cause saw liverpool west wing senator i mean like that it's running uh gung jones and richard shelby in my in my mind he will always be the democrat that uh get over the like the united states senate back in haiti's the democrat and then switched over so i don't care what bill seen now richard shelby out of the city yeah richard shelby saying that he wouldn't vote for ruined more thank you for the call matt of grace in georgia you wanted to weigh in on this were more case yes born and raised in alabama and if i was still in alabama i'd be voting perot and more i just i don't feel like these presented any the black and white solid evidence against him and all this just seems far too convenient like a a november surprised if you will.
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"Cbs aetna combination much more involved in manage gene their care especially those with expensive chronic conditions like diabetes the company could also gained more negociating leverage over prescription drug prices but analysts say it's still too early to say how much or whether that benefit will actually trickle down to the customers i'm shirley smith bearish is no longer gushing from valleys mounted gung volcano it's more like a wispy stream of steam airlines the cancelled some flights to the island on the weekend have returned to near normal schedules indonesia's disastermitigation agency said monday the volcano still with us highest alert level but most of bali is safe for tourists tens of thousands of tourists were stranded when ash closed valleys international airport for nearly three days last week mountaha gong's crater is about one third filled by lava vulcanologist said there's still a high risk of mora represents the volcanoes last major eruption was in 1963 it killed more than one thousand one hundred people and it was active for more than a year archaeologists have dug up in important ninety yearold remnants of cecil b demille epic movie the ten commandments they found a three hundred pounds finks than sand dunes on the central california coast dunes than executive director doug johnson tell santa barbara news station k y tv that it's unlike any other items found on previous digs because most of its preserved with the original paint intact the set of the nineteen 23 movie included more than twenty spinks us after filming the middle ordered everything be buried in the dunes 175 miles northwest of los angeles they lay undisturbed or death aids before recovery efforts began the newly recovered sphinx is expected to go on.
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"Sara murray shire leg you are like you are like gung ho and everything you do but it's something about like when you see someone in a bar and you're like i'm into them it's every insecurity ever coming out like what if i go up to talk to them in there like get the fuck on my face your ugly are light they're not interested because there are plenty of people who are attractive that you're just sort of like i understand that your attractive but it's just you're not my tightened and are not necessarily attracted to you in that could happen when you go up at approach somewhere there's really a merrily into it but you sort of take their maybe you do i do if they're like not into it then i'm like oh it's because of all of these reasons that i'm are insecure is items like absolutely not no way i'm trying to think of a time when we've all been out together that like i've never approach that i think we usually get approach i did slide in a dea oh the atom of though have slid into so i found the guy on bumble unmatched didn't answer me in twenty four hour annoying so act he had his instagram and his bio iceland into his demands and it was literally that when we say i said what did i say oh i said i can identify when i had like this is mees leading into your deirnesa and then he was like he was like laughing about he was like yeah like what's up lakewood in do and then i was like um and then i mentioned something about like hanging i don't know if i even said anything about hanging out but i think i was i think i said like i think he may have been like has you find me but allow that oh we national bumble and he was like.
"gung" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Claiming a taco all people knocked assumpico and awesome all right tito and ed just quickly i mean when it comes to gun violence you know yeah i mean you know you talk a lot though in the end same thing is actually john rosenthal who we had on earlier you know the violence across the country every day is overwhelming you know in in chicago in and other places i don't know you know what what your thoughts are there so my core so to all those unlock from all affected the and for legislators to grow up rock on iraqi do what we could do to cook the people that we bob nobody'll individuals who talked about that a little progress gungor political actor background check for gung a political issue dear going gonna win because our job to protest emme you know you me a public health clear on that not or or or bowler show many people at one time oh kaplan an inlaw creator but we will be all over it a public how do we everybody would be on board a kabila could shoot was ordering with a gun and american who who actually done on an who can uh who are massacred people unacceptable and we outdoor oxygen cut court boston went up stuck ford we have all worked up one hundred shops fired trivia walked them through august thirty five now were.
"gung" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source
"If you could find if not free fuel it's great issues very hard to find it it's not very often not very readily available that's where that three 60s of better alternative i would use that instead it is not even worry about finding ethanol yeah i mean if you're if you're near a station that's down the block in its gone it by all means use it but i would not go drive in all around town to find it it's not that big of a deal brokered are right good i'd be a commentary on me ah trailer yes i work rv dealership an idea job or gung trailers and that was one of the big bang but i already talked about with adequate hit yup properly proximity your own tire pressure and things like that but a good well good for you because frankly berry and i think you you would know this as well a not all trailer distributors and sellers do what you said it a moment ago not everybody does that yeah i don't know of any but i got a trailer noone said anything about how to hook it up they decide there it is prior right so so berry hats off to whoever you are working for doing now because a lot of places do not do that yeah no i worked form after retirement gur i worked form part art time on you know we're number they needed for about ten twelve year after the i knew you know i learned a lot fell and now there's a lot of folks out area binder perama they have no idea what they were yet but there were any you're right oh that are very banks berry no thanks very appreciate it very much okay let's do this will take time out we come back i want to talk to paul for just a moment about the insurance side of what we just went through in other words do you have the proper insurance if that trader comes loose who's liable what's going to happen who covers it if the trailer runs into y you will talk through some of these things in just a minute and again if you've got a question for david frum napa please call us on that as well lines are open.