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[00:00:00] :  I'm scared of being with that. This show is brought to you by safety. Following program is reading L S V. It contains strong language, sexual situations and violence. It is intended only for mature audiences. Finally, show with the ball should call it like it is rated R safety show on safety FM countdown to audio Torture decorated. Our safety show starts in 321 lady ear drum pain Begin. Forget the corporate bullshit. This is the rated R safety show with your host, Dr. Uh, It doesn't matter who the host is. Well, well, well, well. Did you survive another lovely weekend with everything going on in the world being so fantastic as it is anyway, today's Monday, March the 22nd of 2021 day 81 of the year and only 284 days left to go. So hopefully everything was good and fantastic in your neck of the woods. We are streaming and broadcasting live from our safety FM studios in Orlando, Florida. Yeah, and there is more than just one safety FM studios, but this is the one that I normally come from anyway. So that's what's going on And of course, we are broadcasting across the multiverse of Safety FM because that's always an important portion of the equation as we are talking about it. And, of course, then we're hanging out with our with our friends over there. You're being infiltrating Rio. Yes, part of the infiltration that will always be taking place as we hang out here on the station. So there you go, some stuff going on. Of course, Uh, some already being told that there is no comments that are loading currently. So that's always fantastic when you get to share that first thing so good, you put the not too not too in there today and they will be perfectly fine. Uh, so let's talk about it because it is Monday. So we have to, of course, covered quite a few quite a little bit of information of what was going on. So let's talk about the trends and what was trending over the weekend because that's always important. Hashtag first day of spring was trending on Saturday in celebration of longer days and warmer weather in the northern hemisphere. The National Weather Service marked the first official day of spring with a tweet, explaining that 5 37 AM was exact time when the day tonight line called The Terminator was perfectly vertical from from pole to pole. So I'm glad you were able to see the Terminator pulled the poll if you were so inclined to do so. Baron landed in the top 10 Twitter trends as the youngest son of Donald Trump celebrated his 15th birthday on Saturday. Jack Lightner, or Light Hair, was trending after Vanderbilt pitch pitcher threw a no hitter against South Carolina with 16 strikeouts. I'm sure there's more to that story when it's all said and done. Sunday was World Poetry Day. Social media users use hashtag Poetry Day to post, including their favorite poems and poets. I'm a poet and didn't know it. And Kylie Jenner was trending on Sunday after the reality star fans asked for help to raise $60,000 to fund her makeup artist Samuel Rhoda surgery after it was involved in an accident, many irate over the fact that the billionaire was asking during a pandemic to fork over funds after she only coughed up five grand. I'm just telling you what the trends are. I'm not holding anybody accountable for what? They're what they're sharing and all that kind of stuff. Rick Moranis was trending on Twitter on Sunday after an FBI posted a photo of a man who was allegedly participated in a January 6 capital riot. Looks a lot like the actor. Social media was quickly, uh, noted the similarities between the helmeted writer and Moranis. So did you get a chance to take a look at the picture? Seriously, Did you see it? And if you're not sure on who he is, he is the person that was in that, uh, that movie, Honey, I shrunk the kids. Yeah, honey, I shrunk the kids. You know what I'm talking about? A lot of people familiar with it, So, uh, just in case, not Justin Bieber, Just in case you're not familiar. This right here is Rick Moranis. And this right here as a person. They said that look like Rick Moranis. Rick Moranis guy that looks like Rick Moranis. If you're not on the stream are kind of hard to share, we will post it leader. That way you can take a look at it, but, I mean, I can see where the similarities are. definitely at between what people are saying, because that's exactly what occurs. So anyways, there you go. That's what's going on right there. Little little touch of magic as we do talk about it. So there you go. So let's get you into, you know, our friends that feature story and let them tell you exactly what was going on around the net. Here is the news story news in London. I'm Ali Barrett. Thousands of people have been evacuated due to flooding in New South Wales. In Australia. A severe weather warning is in place for the whole state. Flooding has been caused by days of heavy rain, with more downpours forecast. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is due to call EU leaders, urging them not to ban vaccine exports to Britain. EU leaders will meet virtually on Thursday to discuss an export ban. Brussels is facing criticism over the speed of Europe's covid 19 vaccine rollout compared to the UK Care minister Helen lately is urging the EU not to go down the route of blocking doses. We expect the EU to stick to their commitments. A commitment was made some time ago by US Live underline the president of the EU Commission, that the EU would not block the exports of vaccines when companies are fulfilling their contractual obligations and it's really important that the European Union sticks to that. I think vaccine nationalism, vaccine protectionism, whatever you call it doesn't do anybody any good. What's important is that around the world we maximize the production of the vaccine. The number of fresh daily covid 19 infections in India has seen its highest rise since November, with 46,951 confirmed new cases in the past 24 hours. The country also recorded more than 200 New Covid 19 deaths. Amid the surge in cases, Mumbai is introducing compulsory random coronavirus testing at shopping malls and train stations. Rebecca Braden reports from Mumbai, Maharashtra in western India, of which Mumbai is the capital, has recorded over 60% of the total new confirmed covid 19 cases in the country, with more than 30,000 infections reported in the past 24 hours in the state. Doctors say that people not following precautions such as wearing masks and social distancing are behind this bike, and some say that new variants are also playing a role. Mumbai is introducing mandatory coronavirus tests in crowded areas such as malls. The country's Health Ministry has also raised concerns that the Carmel, a religious gathering in a truck and which is expected to attract tens of millions of visitors, could lead to a surge in infections. Rebeck abandoned Mumbai Donald Trump will soon return to social media with his own platform, according to one of his aides. The former US presidents been offline since he was suspended from several social media sites, including Twitter and Facebook, following the January riot at the U. S. Capitol Geography data reports from Washington. Donald Trump will make his social media come back in about two or three months, according to his advisor Jason Miller. He told Fox News that the former president would be creating his own platform, which will completely redefine the game and draw in tens of millions of users. In a move which divided opinion, a number of social media sites suspended the former commander in chief from their platforms for bureaus worldwide. 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It's 21 hour sessions for up to three people. Three Lucky went to on side of their said Well, actually doing the drawing towards the end of the week here. So you got that? And then, of course, the other one based on people's questioning, asking board. Here we go. Here we go. One more time. Safety reconfigured. March the 31st at 11 a.m. Eastern standard time. You can actually get your tickets at safety FM dot Io that is safety FM dot io or find out more information of exactly what the hell is going on. Just right over there, we will talk about reconfiguring the way that you take a look at safety all around. So there you go, a lot of stuff going on inside of there. Anyway. Let's continue talking. Let's take it from the shit list of exactly what is going on right there. Australians are hoping for torrential rainfall will drown out the blade of rodents that many are battling. Yeah, that's not a joke, as I say that the rats and mice that have descended on the rural parts of New South Wales and Queensland after the region's experience a bumper crop after years of drought, according to the Guardian. One grocer said that the outlet that he has arrived to work five hours early to clear out 405 100 rodents caught each night. Well, that sounds like a fun job. Officials are hoping that heavy rain will wipe out the rodents naturally, and they don't have to cough up thousands of dollars to deal with the pest. Okay, so let's talk about that real quick because he did say that he was a grocer, so let's talk about that. So imagine working at a police currently where you have to actually interact with getting 400 or 500 rodents out before anybody else gets there. I guess that would be one way to look at work differently, that's for sure. I mean, think about it real quick. And let's not even talk about the health issues that would actually bring about anyway. Let's talk about Customs, Border protection or also known as CBP, are allowing Border Patrol agents in Rio Grande Valley sector R G V. So let's just make sure that we're clear and when we're saying this to release illegal border crossers who claim asylum without a court date, a CBB source said. That reasoning of the decision is the situation has become so dire that BP Border Patrol has no choice but to release people nearly immediately after apprehension because there is no space to hold the people. The R G V, based in Texas, is more than 700% yes, 700% at capacity. There are approximately 4500 unaccompanied Children being held in detention centers and in 10 sites at the border and many beyond the legal three day limit. So there you go, a lot of stuff going on inside of there. I'm sure you have seen it on the cycles of the news, so let's continue talking. Of course, we have to talk about what is going on inside of the world, of course. So let's talk about it in this fashion. More than 124.4 million Covid vaccines have been administered. Nationwide, over 44.1 million Americans are fully vaccinated, while more than 81.4 million have received at least one dose, according to the C. D. C. The total number of a couple of cases in the US are slightly 29.6 million, with more than 539,000 deaths attributed to the virus. So there you go. We are getting closer and closer, depending on Stage region and so on where ages are being changed on being able to get the vaccine administered. So with that being the case and now some of the age guidelines changing, what are you thinking? Have you given any more thought to of this. Is this something that you're inclined to do? I'm just asking the question, of course, because you know, this is subject matter. I mean, it is interesting to see that part of people's resumes now today, and this is not a joke is referencing on how they're fully vaccinated. So what do you think about that? I mean something to think about, of course. And then here's the gig when you become fully vaccinated. If you decided to go down the route, what changes do you do? You get to stop wearing the mask. Do you continue to wear the mask? Is it regionally based? How do they go about determining what needs to be done? I'm just asking the question. What do you think? I mean, whatever you seen in the area, local area that you're in. I mean, just kind of curious, of course, because it's always interesting on how things change. Depending on what's going on anyway, let's continue talking about some other things. A 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck northern Japan on Saturday, shaking buildings and triggering a tsunami advisory. The strong quake caused a temporary blackout and suspended bullet train services in the area. There are no reports of damage or injuries. What? You had a seven point Oh magnitude earthquake and you have no reports of damage or injuries. Man, that's something special. Think about that for a moment. You are listening to a radio. God. What? This has to be an error. That host is not a radio god. Anyway, this is the rated R safety show on safety. F firm. Okay. A dormant volcano in peninsula in the southern Iceland flare in southern Iceland flared to life on Friday, the area's first eruption in nearly 800 years. Aerial footage posted of the Icelandic Meteorological Office showed two streams of lava running down the side of the volcano in opposite directions. The Department of Emergency Management said that not too anticipate evacuations because the volcano seems to be in a remote valley. Officials were alerted that there was a possibility of eruption and earthquakes have occurred daily over the past three weeks. So there you go. Um, So there you go. So I mean, I guess we can tie this and talk to it a little bit. If you're closer near that valley area, I'm assuming at some point you probably have the conversation of hazard matrix. You know that thing that we talk about, where you kind of turned around and probably went well, Um, there's a chance, but probably the likelihood of it happening is probably slim tonight because it's been almost 800 years. Well, surprise surprise Friday came about, and something additional showed up. And so Friday you have an active. So now when do you revisit the potential hazard matrix and say, Hey, it might be time to move on, dear John, and update this bad boy and change it into something else. Just something to think about anyways, Let's continue. Monopoly is getting a makeover. Hasbro has plans to update community chest cards in order to bring the game up to date with the cancel heavy culture we live in today. Gamemakers will remove cards such as winning a beauty contest, superficial receiving tax refund uh, and then bank error in your favor. So it'll be there you go some different things that are going out there, replacing them with more contemporary cards as to raise social awareness, promote community. The new cards will include rewards for fundraising locally rescuing a pet from the animal shelter or volunteering at a local senior center. There will also be punishment for acts that are blasting music all night and not returning lost while it's failing to recycle. This is not a joke. The new edition of the game is expected to arrive in the fall. It is unclear if the original version will be continue to be sold. So there you go. Uh, the revamp will also leave out. One wins the game. That's a joke. That is a joke. That's not true. But just some interesting things that will come about it. Come about it because here's the thing. And here's where I think some of the confusion comes about when people start referencing cancel culture. I think that maybe it's not so much cancel culture that needs to be referenced, because if you look at some of these older things that come about, it's not that they were probably considered bad at the time. It was probably some just misunderstanding overall. So if you take a look at some of these older stuff that being a Disney movie, a movie on TV, anything that you want to call it older music, things that people have readily accessible ability to immediately because think about this real quick, just for a brief moment at one particular point in life, let's say, for instance, I discovered an artist that I liked. Well, I couldn't populate on the Internet to find out what was going on, I would have to do an album search for this particular artist, have to go find where I could buy the album and then once I actually acquired the album that it was able to listen to. So I wasn't able to compare it to anything else until I had it in my hot little hand and take a listen to it. Nowadays, that has changed significantly. Nowadays, life is much different. Here's the thing. Today's standards are much different if you're seeing this show right now, the comparison is well, I can pull up another show that came up 20 years ago and do a comparison, then on how that show looked not really having a true timeline on what might have occurred socially or inside of the culture of the world in all these other things. So what might have been societal norms at the time might be much different today, or vice versa. So that's why when you take a look at some of these older things where you might see somebody hanging out with a Confederate flag, it doesn't mean that they were a racist. It just means that it was societal norms at the time. And so when you fast forward into right now in how things are held as standards of well, when we do side by side comparisons, this older thing might need to be cancelled. Because this is how we're living now. Is it a fair assessment? Probably not. Should. So I look at it and go probably a disclaimer in a warning of timeline on when something came out and having that discussion, because I think that if you go back in attempt to cancel, and I don't even know what I'm talking about this to cancel everything that doesn't align with today, Are you doing yourself a service or is it really a disservice? I mean, it's something to think about. I mean, I could be absolutely wrong because that's the thing, and maybe when we start taking a look at some of these things of where we're moving forward and saying, Okay, let's change something. Maybe we have to have a better understanding of the timeline because I'm sure that there's stuff in life that have occurred to people. That wasn't the greatest thing at the time. I understand that. But I'm trying to say on some of these other things that has to be a little bit more sensical in regards on how we move forward with it, just something to think about. I mean, I'm not trying to step on toes here. Did I bring this up? It's just something to consider, but you have to look at the whole aspect to play such a huge factor on how you have access to everything now, seriously, because that's not something that was there before, and not something that's comparable. And keep in mind something as simple as this podcast broadcast stream. Whatever you wanna call it, it will be here until the day that somebody decides as the lead, sir, entirely off the net, just the way that it goes. So what it will be compared to then what's out at the time? Just something to think about Anyways. NASA successfully tested a Fire Corps stage of its space launch system SLS rocket for the second time last week, a huge milestone for NASA goals to return to lunar surface. The core design will be using configuration of the SLS rocket and the team up with the data from their test. Validate the design for flight. There you go Next. Next up will be the A mission, which tentatively is scheduled to lift off by the end of the year. And we'll use SLS Rocket to send the unscrewed Orion spacecraft on on flight around the moon back to Earth. I don't know if SLS is the thing that should be used. Um, SLS used to be the acronyms for Sears Logistic Services. I don't even know if that's still a thing. So there you go. Anyways. Nearly half of the nation's frontline health care workers haven't been vaccinated for Covid 19. According to report published by Kaiser Family Foundation, only 52% of healthcare workers have received at least one vaccine, even though there they were the first eligible to receive the treatment. The survey included interviews with 1327 frontline health workers. Um also found that those who weren't vaccinated 82% said that they weren't worried about the side effects are that were vaccinated or no, it says were, in fact weren't worried about the side effects. And 65% said that they did not trust the government to ensure a vaccine safety. One front line worker decided that they would quit if their employer said that they had to take it. I don't know different strokes for different folks, depending on where you're located. A 21 year old woman was killed with seven others were injured in a shooting that sparked by a by a hold on by a fight at a Dallas nightclub early on Saturday. Holy shit. Uh, two groups of the people we're we're getting into it about 1:30 a.m. Central, Central time. Someone in in one of the groups pulled out a gun and opened fire. According to the Associated Press. The wounded the wounded ranged up a stable of in are in critical condition. The shooters who remained at large is reported to be a man in his twenties. Oh, my Oh, my. There you go. So here, let me tell you about this one. This one you might find a slightly slightly intriguing Miami Beach has called in the SWAT teams over the weekend to help enforce emergency curfews against out of control spring breakers that have descended on Beach Town. Even as the SWAT members rolled out the chaos with piercing sounds cannons to try to clear the packed streets, the parties continued on for hours. According to the Daily Beast, officers ultimately fired pepper balls at the crowd, causing mad stampede with many people being knocked around. No word yet if there were any injuries or arrests made during the chaos. Ah yes, I'm just gonna take that as an assumption. Local officials enforced a curfew last week after mass fighting and a rise of crime among the spring breakers who are also defying all covid guidelines. You think you think they were violating some Kobe guidelines? I mean, I don't think it takes much to think about that as we are talking this morning, 28 minutes past the top of the hour. It is a main story. Hey, if you pressed the wrong button, you get a double sound there just in case. If you did not know that sell anyways this morning, I was thinking about it and, you know, from time to time we talk a little bit about everything and we talk about some of the things that are going on inside of the real world. And we talk about the things that are going on inside of the world that are not so real. But, you know, we get to the Mondays and then you get the people to tell you that bullshit of I have a case of the Mondays, which I don't even know what that means. But I've heard it for years. At this point, what At some point when you're doing everything that you do would be at your personal life, your work life, whatever you want to consider it, sometimes you just don't feel it and you go through the motions of not feeling it. You might wake up. You had a bad day the day before. You might wake up and hear this blah, blah, blah, blah, and you're not feeling it. So what do you do? How do you handle it? Maybe one day you just wake up and you're like, Hey, that's not what I want to do anymore. Maybe it's just for that day. You have that thought. But how do you handle the situation? What do you do next? I mean, because it becomes one of those weird conversations. And I know most people don't like talking about, especially in a public setting, because it makes them feel I'm comfortable, which is fine. But I speak to more people behind closed doors, and I probably should probably admit and having conversations about their general feelings about everything that is going on and over the last little bitch I have ran into more people that are in the safety field that no longer want to do this because they're not feeling it anymore. Because they have went from good cop bad cop, two terrible cup. They're the mask enforcer inside of their agency. They are the PP enforcer. They are the person that enforces some standards of things that they even claim they don't understand. Because the interesting part that was occurring, especially over the last year, is that safety professionals were allegedly pandemic professionals all at the same time as well. And I'm going to tell you, I did not know a lot of epidemiologists at the time, and I didn't know a lot of people that were in safety that knew anything about pandemics. Now I will tell you there are some organizations out there that slap some shit together and were claiming that their risk management programs were exactly pandemic prepare preparedness programs or that they would help you with pandemics and all this other stuff because they were just trying to do marketing. I mean, even people came out with sprays that were covid sprays. They fight against covid. But that's where it became kind of weird, because also during that same time line over the last year is where people kept on saying to me, I don't feel it anymore and it could have been a number of different things. It was being held to a standard because a standard of things that they don't understand, because that's the interesting thing about safety. When you get to interact with the safety professional, all of a sudden they're not just deemed a safety pro. There seemed a subject matter expert in all things. Yeah, seriously, Think about it for a moment. Think about the safety person that's inside of your organization, that is the go to person but all of a sudden they are deemed to be a expert at everything operations, how the manufacturing line works, how things in the field are going, and they have to know a little bit about everything, Jack of all trades. It would probably be the easiest way. But there's an expectation that they understand exactly how the business runs for them to be able to give you answers to the questions that you're looking for. Or you might be in that seat right now and people have that thought about you. So during between that and then, with some not being able to have the interaction with people, how they normally would, it didn't go too well. Some people were not loving it. Some people did not enjoy doing what they were doing, so they would say how they're not feeling it. Now. I'm going to tell you, just as an idea, probably during a pandemic is probably not a good time to probably say, Hey, I want to try a new career choice Just saying that out there. I mean, not saying Don't try it, but, you know, saying Hey, I'm gonna quit my my 9 to 5 currently guaranteed income to go to something that maybe it might work out. Probably not the best of ideas just saying that out loud. But it's one of those things that we take a look at and we go around and we talk about all these ideas of what the expectations are for a safety pro. So I can understand where things came about, where they weren't feeling it anymore, where they weren't having the conversations. So what happens now? What happened? What happened then what happened when you woke up that one morning and said you weren't feeling it anymore? What did you decide to do? Because that's where it becomes very strange, because I am sure we all go through times where we say, Hey, we need a day for we'll call it mental health Because if you're going through that, you might want to reconsider some of your ideas before you pull the trigger. Just saying. But I look at it and I go, okay, If this is what you're going to do, how do you prepare? What do you do on the days you're not feeling it because you're not feeling it, and it's okay to have the blah day, and it's okay to question what you're doing. But how do you handle it? If you're being 100% accurate and honest, How do you handle it? How do you move forward? Listen, there's days that I come in here and I'm not even sure not even sure what to talk to you about. I'm not even sure what we're going to discuss. And on some of those days, I'm not sure I'm just not feeling it. It's okay. And I think it's okay for me to talk about it. Not that I don't love you. Not that I don't like spending time with you, but I don't feel it. On certain days, I'm just kind of like I'm not sure what to do. And that's the weird thing. People don't want to have those honest conversations, because here's the thing. If you go into your employer today and you're saying Hey, I kind of not feeling it today, depending on your relationship with your direct, the person that you directly respond to the person you report to, That could be an interesting conversation, but there are days that happened like that, but that's not part of the conversation, and it becomes so weird on the things that were held accountable for what we don't have understanding on some. But with this weird transition in things occurring, sometimes you don't feel it. I will tell you some of the some of the industry right now in regards on how they're trying to prepare people for covid or tell them about covid from people that have never done a research paper in their whole life and wouldn't even know how to even build a model for research scares me. People that go 2 to 3 day conferences and all of a sudden they have become an expert or they took a class online, and those are the things that I worry about. So I understand when you in turn, tell me that you don't feel it. I'm not feeling it today because Joe Blow from down the hallway all of a sudden became an expert in blah, blah blah because he took a four hour course in an online training. Now don't get me wrong. I'm not saying online trainings or shape. What I'm trying to say is that you're not going to be a subject matter expert by taking a four hour course. And there are a lot of people that are covid experts that are that, according to them. So it becomes very interesting on where you're getting actual good content from that you can actually use, opposed to somebody actually just marketing very well. So what? Our next steps When you don't feel it, how do you get prepared mentally? How do you change the things for yourself? Because that's a conversation to everybody is slightly different. Some people cry when they're not feeling it, and I can say that it's perfectly fine. Some people turned to the bottle. Some people turn to other medical alternatives that they have access to. But what do you do to benefit yourself on the days that you're not feeling it? Yes, let's be realistic. As much as people don't want to talk about this, you don't have an easy job. Not that I would ever say There's any job that's easy, but you don't have an easy job. It's a conversation. It is something that you have to do understand people be able to interact with people, be able to understand your operation and be able to move forward by almost being the subject matter expert in all things, because that's what it looked like they looked upon. So as a typical thing goes day in and day out, what can we talk about and what can we do to change it? Probably nothing that will be resolved in this broadcast. But it's a subject of conversation that we need to start having we need to start addressing. Here's the thing, and I talk about this, especially with people all the time, not on this broadcast. But I speak to people on the phone or virtually when we talk about this. You never know where someone's at. They could be having the best day in their life. They could be having the worst day in their life, and you'll never know. So just how you have that small interaction with them that you might have in that day could have a huge influence or terrible influence by you. Kind of determining on how you want that to go interesting when you start thinking about it in that fashion, so on the days that you don't feel it, I don't know what you're not feeling, so it could be a couple of different things. But if you think that it's depression, or if you think that it's related to anything to suicide, let me just tell you because I'm gonna tell you at some point anyways. So might as well do it now because I think it's that important. I would love for you to contact my friends at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. They can talk about depression. They can talk about suicide. They can talk about those blah moments. You can give them a phone call at 1 802 73 talk. That's 1 802 73 talk or you can text them at talk at 741741 That's talk 741741 Or you can go to their website at a f s p dot org. That's a f sp dot org, or or or or you have the other two options as well. Just keep in mind you're not alone. Whether you have struggled with suicide or depression yourself or lost someone or a loved one to the whole thing, know that you're not alone here about personal experience from people in your local communities who have their lives have been impacted by suicide and depression. I think it's such an important portion of the conversation. Just don't let it be a thing that you don't talk about. It's very important. Don't go anywhere. You're listening to the home of real safety Dog. You are listening to safety FM. We'll be right back. She has she. Hamilton was adopted from a rescue in 2000 and eight. She really likes to be around people. I get out my mat and I'm doing a downward dog and he's underneath. He's quite the pug about town. He gets invited to a lot of parties. He knows he's a pretty big deal. Look at this little face. You know I love them. Hamilton, the pug, Instagram star and shelter pet. Amazing adoption stories start in shelters. Visit the Shelter Pet Project org. 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You keep composure Highway and I've been coping with the pressures that affect make it harder to get something. Okay, so that's in my head. My Tilden Park songs available on iTunes and on Spotify. Thank you for Tilden Park. We're allowing us to use that one here on the ready to all safety show anyways, currently, 44 minutes past the top of the hour. So there you go. That's some stuff going on inside of that sequence. So let's continue talking a little bit. Uh, I'd better pop this up on my screen. If not, I'm gonna forget to show Share this with you here in a moment. Uh, so let's talk about a tech talk real quick. Apple has been awarded a pattern for smart footware. Yes, that is correct. That would work in conjunction with a virtual reality headset. The footwear is expected to be either a shoe or a sock. That would be reportedly, um, sent haptic feedback to the users. While they're actually in the virtual world, it would deliver different sensations, such as the feeling of hot cold in various areas of the foot using electromagnetic. Oh, that sounds like fun Electromagnetic as a way of making the the Games feel like I feel like more. Yeah, I feel like more. The pattern suggests that it would force the user's feet that will also be able to be activated by resting, sliding uh, being tilted on a surface and other apple is expected to reach. At least it's VR headset next year. Powered by a newly launched M one Mac processor with the list price of about $1000 I'd hate to be the mom to know how to tell our kids that the smart sock went missing in the laundry. I hate I hate rain. Apple parade. Yeah, that's what we're talking about. But I would never be a real gamer yet Who would wear socks? So there you go. No real game or wear socks. I mean, I have to tell you, the people that do the streams half of them I don't even believe wear pants half the time. But that's a whole other story. So are you letting me know that there's gonna be an issue or is it an I suck because that's gonna be the the two things to think about anyway. So it is Monday, 45 minutes past the top of the hour, and you are listening to the rated R safety show. Uh, so let's get this moving and grooving real quick. And let's listen to my friend John Smalls giving us a motivation minute. The Motivation minute is courtesy of better credit cards dot com. There's a great anonymous quote that says it's not what you look at that matters. It's what you see, boy, isn't that true? You and I could stare at the same piece of art you could see like maybe a waterfall, and I might see a piece of cake for me. It's usually some kind of food. It's not just art, either. Many things in life can be seen from more than one perspective. The most talented people are those who can see things from their perspective. But they also have the ability to see things from the perspective of someone else as well. Now that is something to practice. Oh, by the way, if you plan to practice this on social media, good luck to you. It can get rough out there. This has spent today's motivation minute courtesy of better credit cards dot com. I'm John Small. Thanks for listening. Your favorite motivational quotes can be submitted for upcoming programs at motivation minute dot org Safety in a way never heard of before the safety show on Safety FM. Okay, so let's talk about it. Greens and not blues. For those who are struggling mentally during the lockdown and are being urged to try gardening as a way of dealing with their stress, anxiety and depression, the horse will call hold on hold on halter of culture charity Thrive says that the health benefits of gardening are extensive, both mentally and physically, Thrive is offering a free four week calendar of simple daily activities to help. To help that would be gardening would help you with your gardening connection. Yeah, gardening connection, learn, stay active and then notice the natural world as its hopes and force during and all that kind of fun stuff that's listed out. Their CEO Zire roster, says the researcher, shows that many people mental health have suffered during the pandemic and that guarding as being the nature being the nature of the world is the difference. The organization says that it will take, uh, it will take you about 15 minutes a day to be able to to do that. So there you go. Let's continue. Let's continue talking real quick about some other stuff going on inside of the world. Of course, Washington, where a new study has found that air hand dryers spread bacteria more than paper towels. The study, conducted by the researchers in the UK, founded the high speed air dryers not only leave more contamination on hands and compared to paper towels, but they also spread germs onto clothing during the drying process, thereby transferring more bacteria to other surfaces, including beyond the bathroom. The study found that even if the hands are washed poorly that the paper towels rather than the air dryer, reduces the the micro, the micro issues, um, for further contamination. So there you go. I didn't think about that because, you know, a lot of people talking about the recycling aspect when it comes to that whole nine yards I mean, think about it for for for a brief moment, as it does come about. I mean, just one thing to think about, for sure. Anyway, let's continue talking about some other things inside of the world. Well, hold on, hold on. Before I go further, The findings were published by the Infection Control and Hospital and, uh, in hospital by an epidemiologist. So there you go. There you go. I suppose it depends on whether you're the first person to use a paper towel. I mean, do you remember those old machines that had, like, the revolving paper towel, or like the cloth towel that you could use over and over and supposedly self cleaned? Yeah, I was never a fan of those. Well, I'll know that I'm going to start wearing gloves when I'm in the bathroom. Now that's something else to think about. I mean, that's the other thing. If you take a look at some studies, they always say that you should actually flush the toilet with the lid down, regardless of what you've done for it won't spray everything or spread everything in that regards. Both bathrooms don't have a full toilet seat cover. Well, I mean, the public ones. I mean, that's what I'm saying. Unless you have an outhouse. Okay, so let's hang on for their What did I say about drying your hands directly on your pants? Because maybe that's another thing to think about as we are thinking about it. Okay, not by a long shot. Here are some of the absurd side of side effects reported by some eyeballs who have received the Covid 19 vaccine submitted as part of a yellow card scheme as an online submission area of reports of an adverse effects. Are you ready for this? I want to share them with you because I was able to find these guns. I was kind of interesting. Bad breath, alcohol poisoning, diet failure, flatulent genital herpes, multiple bone fractures, breast enlargement, electric shock, premature ejaculation, being stung and or bitten by, uh, by bees. What excessive earwax. Crying, moaning and screaming Hangover. There you go. Those last two might be, uh, might be related, Justin saying. But that's the stuff that's being circulated on about crap that supposed he's going on with people taking the facts, which I am not buying. But there you go. Just sharing some information real quick in regard to that. And let's share some more information by our friend. I'm a trial lawyer. I'm not part of your family, and I don't do skits with my mom. I'm a real lawyer, a damn good lawyer, the best lawyer this state has to offer. And I've built a reputation for standing up for the people of this country, righting the wrongs. You may not agree with all of my views, but when it comes to try in cases, there's only one view. Justice and justice is what I get Feiger law. That's why we're unstoppable. Mm. We at Safety FM are not responsible for what this idiot behind the microphone is saying is trying to be entertaining. Rated R safety show. Okay, so no winner for Friday night's mega million drawing. Tuesday's drawing will be for $122 million jackpot or an $81.1 million cash payout. No winner for Saturday night's Powerball drawing, either Wednesday's drawing will be for $220 million jackpot or 100 and $47.8 million cash payout. So there you go. Let's give you the top five movies at the box office. The crude A new age with $620,000 at number five and number four Chaos walking, $1.9 million. Currently a number four. The Courier at $2 million. Tom and Jerry at number two at $3.8 million. Andrea in The Last Dragon made $5.2 million and stayed at number one. So I don't know. Did I have to ask you the strange question When it does come about, do you go to the movies? Because I don't know of a lot of people going to the movie theater. Currently I mean to each their own, but it just sounds like an interesting adventure. Kind of interesting. I mean, I will tell you I saw more stuff about the Snyder cut than anything else over the weekend. So kind of amazing just to see some of these other things that are going on inside of the world of the news. Anyways, let's talk about some things that happened back on this date. Um, back in 2000 and seven, News Corp and Nbcuniversal link a deal that would later spawned Hulu. NBC had been putting up content on YouTube but was not able to effectively monetize on it real. And then they're realizing that they need for a business model that allowed easy access to network programming online online while still generating profit. Network executives were looking for other ways to achieve old programs or archive old programs and broadcast new ones online. The result was Julia, which was was free access with occasional ads and then later a premium membership that included extensive backlog of many TV shows. Think about that. How crazy that is. That was back in 2000 and seven. Anyways, let's talk about some birthdays that are going on today. Gig Morton Yeah, actor from Air Bud turns 25. Nick Robinson turns 26 Dax, The rapper turns 27. JJ. Watts 32. Reese Weatherspoon, 45. Keegan, Michael K. 50. Rick Harrison, 56. J. D. Daughtry turned 69. Andrew Lloyd Webber, 73. James Patterson, 74. And William Shatner. No way William Shatner turns 90 today. Wow, I wouldn't have bought that. One would have never thought that that was the case. But that is the case. That is what's going on today. Anyways, let's talk about some slices of bs as we get you moving and grooving real quick. Here you go. Twitter turned 15 yesterday. Nearly a third of Americans used Twitter. The Rescue communicate in complete sentences. Happy Birthday to Twitter, which turned 15 yesterday, is the only thing with 280 characters that makes less sense than the walking dead. Welcome to spring so much that we were thinking that we're thankful for. It's the only matter of time that we become were once again treated too sexy. Shirtless Photos of Latvia. Vladimir Putin The March Madness tournament is underway. Here's what's going well. Here's Here's what I know about the filling out the N C double A brackets. The only time that picking Harvard is a dumb thing to do. It's March Madness. Time is the time to go. Gonzaga sounds, uh, that you're okay. That's why Karen running around yelling face mask and Q and I'm she's Gonzaga thing in her own fashion. Think about it in that way, anyway. Some other stuff, of course, to talk about real quick. Let me talk about some trivia. We haven't done a trivia one in a while, so let's talk about it. So here you go. Let's do trivia. Let's do it. Let's do three trivia questions real quick before spring. Spring time in spring. Springing time. What was the season known as based on an old English word lent Advent. The Melting Irish spring. The correct answer lent according to a folklore. What can we balance on the ground on the first day of spring? A stone, an egg, a broom, your checkbook, the correct answer. An egg. So there you go. When she'd get it on. It's called running. What is it called when horses get frisky marrying, covering, blanketing, Giddy up. It's actually noticed blanketing, and now you have some useless knowledge for the day for yourself. So there you go some interesting things. Let's talk about some of the days of the years that you can celebrate today. National goof off day. Maybe that's why I'm feeling so the way that I feel. National West Virginia Day as a young as you feel day. So there you go. Those are some days that you can celebrate today if you're so inclined to do so. Okay, so let's talk about some random jokes were today if you need. When I don't, I don't like to drink too much coffee in the morning. If I do, I toss and turn all through the work day. If you need a phone starter for a day, try this one. What TV advertising jingle Do you remember from your childhood? Sing it, Sing it. Pam, Pam, Pam, Pam, Pam. Okay, so there you go. Here's a question for you today if you need one for the water cooler. Although this annual activity likely dates back to thousands of years ago, the first recorded mention of it wasn't until 18 15, 18 57. What is it continuing with our common theme? It's spring cleaning, so there you go. That's all I got for you. 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