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[00:00:00] :  with this show is brought to you by safety. The following program is rated M 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 directed 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 hosting Well, is that not the truth or what it does not matter who the host is. Today's Tuesday, March the 23rd of 2021 day 82 of the year in L E. 283 days left to go, and it was hopefully you are off to a fantastic start on this lovely Tuesday where we get to start talking about music. You know what I'm saying? Um, so hopefully everything is good and grand in your neck of the woods. We are broadcasting live from the safety FM studios in Orlando, Florida. Yeah, the house of the mouth. You know, the universe and the seas and all that other kind of fun stuff that do take place right here. Um, and besides, that, we're actually broadcasting across the multiverse is safety FM. Well, we're also hanging out with our friends here. Damn real big. Streaming 24 7 real big dot FM. So there you go. We are coming across all that kind of lovely stuff anyway. So, like I always like to tell people, if you're not familiar with the show, this is kind of how it works out. We are a radio show that does a podcast that also is on a streaming service. That is the order, not any other way around. So we will always be a radio station first. So just in case the podcast comes second, and then the streamer comes about somewhere inside of there. So that's why when the stream goes down or the podcast does some weird stuff, I really don't care, because we can always go back and correct it. But we focus on the radio aspect of it. So just in case we are available at safety FM dot com, we do have an APP available, which is the safety FM app. Go figure. We stream 24 7 on that thing. We also stream 24 7 on our radio Big section, which is radio big DOT FM Not to be confused with the dot com it is at DOT FM. We also do own safety dot FM just in case. If you were ever wondering thanks to our good friend Sheldon premise for setting us up with that one. But yeah, we are a radio station. So just in case and then we kind of hang out on the social media is where we can do something. I don't know what it is, but we're still trying to do something there. So there you go. That's what's going on two minutes past the top of the hour. So let's start talking about right away What is trending inside of the world. So taking it from the top to the bottom to the bottom to the top at the number five spot, according to iTunes music. Justin Bieber with Peaches is at number five and number four Tom McDonald at Novell, Rockefeller and Brandon Heart with no good bastards. Bastards, anyways, that Number three mask wolf with astronaut in the ocean at number two, Bruno Mars and Silk Sonic leave the door open and the number one spot according to iTunes, It's up by Cardi B uh, So here we go, going on to the other side of the equation, which would be Spotify Spotify Spotify says that Kelly Kelly Tele Tele Petit colon telepathy to Is that the number five spot? Max Wolff at number four with astronaut in the ocean, According to Spotify at number three Justin Bieber with hold on. And at the number two spot, Olivia Rodrigo with driver's license and at the number one spot, Justin Bieber with peaches. And then it does the featuring in a different section, as it was before. Anyways, thank you for those who are already joining into the box. Good morning to you. Thank you for letting me know that I am the master of disaster, whatever the hell that means. But we are hanging out. And by the way, thank you for the listeners this morning, Uh, that already have started contacting me about the podcast with Regina McMichael. She returns today on the J. Allen show. And thank you for letting me know about the conundrum. There was apparently some small cluster of sound. It should be corrected on most podcasters at this particular point. But thank you. I started getting those things rolling in, Um, the last I saw, I saw several, but they started rolling in as early as four o'clock in the morning. So this tells me that people are listening almost on the moment and when that thing drops. But thank you, thank you. We definitely did not catch it, because guess what? We're just humans here. Okay, so there you go. That's what's going on there. But so let's talk about some of the other human sides of the factor and the equations and all that kind of fun stuff. And let's get you to our friends at some feature story news right now on the radar safety show, here is the news of our safety show in London. I'm Ali Barrett. Chancellor Angela Merkel has extended Germany's lockdown. There had been hope the rules might be loosened in time for Easter. But with New Covid 19 cases continuing to spike, Europe's biggest economy will now see it's forced winter hibernation. Last well into the spring from Berlin, our reporter Trent Murray Germany's long running lockdown will last for at least another three weeks. After a day of marathon meetings between Chancellor Merkel and her 16 state leaders, it was decided that the restriction would remain in place until at least April 18th. It means bars, cafes, restaurants and leisure centers will enter their six month of being closed over the Easter break. Strict shutdowns will even see some grocery stores closed. Churches will be asked to host services online and only five people from two households will be allowed to meet. There had been some expectations that from this coming Monday, measures might be relaxed. But with Covid 19 cases climbing rapidly, Merkel and other lawmakers said those plans needed to be put on hold. Britain is marking a year since it went into its first covid 19 lockdown. Over 126,000 coronavirus fatalities have been recorded in the UK over the course of the outbreak so far. The UK says foreign holidays could still happen this summer despite an overseas travel ban being extended until July. Legislation will be voted on this week, which runs to July, and contains fines for people who travel abroad without good reason. But ministers are having to clarify. The July date is for legislative convenience and doesn't mean a covid related ban will necessarily last until then. Health Secretary Matt Hancock says a review into International Traveler still do in mid April and could allow it to begin resuming from mid May. We don't know this decision ahead of the 17th of May. Well, ask absolutely that question and we have a structure in place called the Global Travel Task Force to come to a conclusion on this. But we've got to protect this country and the progress that we've made. But at the same time, I totally understand that lots of people want to travel abroad this summer, especially after the year we've all had. Authorities in Boulder, Colorado, have confirmed 10 people were killed in the shooting at a grocery store, including a police officer. An individual is in custody as a gritty Darby reports officials said The police officer who had been killed was 51 year old Eric Tally, who had been with Boulder Police Department since 2010. At an earlier news conference, Boulder Police Commander Cary Yamaguchi said one person of interest was in custody and was being treated for injuries sustained during the incident, but indicated it was too early to determine a motive for the shooting commander Yamaguchi added. There was no ongoing public threat. Local TV stations had shown a video of a man who appeared to have blood on his leg being led away by officers from bureaus worldwide. This is this show is almost as enjoyable as hearing the sound of the toilet flush. Rated R Safety Show on Safety FM Don't go anywhere You're listening to the home of real safety dog. You are listening to safety. FM will be right back. I spend a lot of time in the backyard behind the center of attention. At summer barbecues 96 I made some of the tastiest smores, and at oh nine, it was me, your backyard fire pit that accidentally started a wildfire when a summer breeze carried one of my embers into some dry brush. Spark a change, not a wildfire. 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After you listen to the professional, broadcasters talk about what they have to say, and let's kind of go down the path right now. Anyways. 25 people were shot in a 20 shootings that occurred in Chicago over the weekend, including a 10 year old boy who was inside of a car when one gunman opened fire. The child was taken to a local hospital, where he is expected to survive. Just hours earlier, four year old boy was inside of a different car when another vehicle pulled up along the side and fired shots inside inside, according to what they were told by the police. The child suffered gunshot wounds to the face but is in good condition, according to the officer's arrest have not been made about the incident. The Chicago Police Department Department reported four fatalities from the shootings that occurred between six PM and 11:59 p.m. On Sunday. So there you go. So now we have Boulder. Now we have the information going up Exactly now in Chicago, it seems like we talk about Chicago quite a bit about the things that are going on. Of course, inside of there, anyway, let's continue talking a little bit more. A former Louisiana priests and two were charged with vandalism for having sex and a top of an altar in September of last year. Travis Clark, 37 the two women were initially charged with obscenity following the three at six. Peters and in Paul Catholic Church in Pearl River at the the Act were perceiving Lee, um, you know, I thought, kind of been able to be seen through the window, just in case there. The charges were lesson to vandalism last week, after it was confirmed that the that the parties involved have given their consent, the altar was burned and a new one was constructed last October. You know, I sit here for a moment and say, I know we talk a little bit about everything about in the news, but, jeez, how the hell did that would just make the sequence of events? Don't ask me, because I have no idea. I have no clue how that one got stuck in there. Good one. Just wanted to let you know. Good one over there. Uh, so there you go. Let's continue talking. At least six people are dead after a shooting in Boulder, Colorado, supermarket on Monday. The shooting occurred at King's Super grocery store when a gunman opened fire on shoppers and responding officers. According to multiple outlets, officers were seen escorting a shirtless, bloodied man in handcuffs away from the store into an awaiting ambulance. It is not clear if he was involved in the shooting or a victim. When Eyewitness reported a person worrying tactical gear in holding, holding an a AR 15 style weapon at the scene, according to the local news stations, the scene was an act. There was an active ambulances and multiple police agencies right there into the evening. So there you go, There you go and we started talking about it and we started talking about it again and again and again as we talk about gun violence that occurs. But we talked about it as early as as as last week might have even been a week before where we were having the brief discussion about how these things occur and how do you plan using the hazard matrix? And we were talking about work environments and run run fight hype and while people inside of the organisms that you should know about it if they ever have an active shooter. But now here's we are taking a conversation, taking a look at it and talking about hey the different aspects on what is occurring. Of course, now we only have a little bit of information. Not enough. But this is the things that we talk about on how the world has changed now, on how things are so different. So this is the stuff that comes about as we do talk about it. And I go into this whole thing and I go, Okay, So what do we do next? How do we plan for some of these events? So or do you turn around and go? Okay, so now I am only having food delivery services going going about and then you start wondering or start having the conversation as well. As Is this a scare tactic? Because let's look at the equations here for just a brief moment, one thing that occurred inside of a state inside of this town and all of a sudden, how is this going to have ramifications across the board? How will this change the way that you do your daily life? Because some people are impacted exactly by what occurs inside of the inside of the world. And then what they see on media, they won't do anything because the media said, or I will do this because I'm anti media. Isn't that interesting On how that works anyways, let's continue talking real quick, just in case. So here you go. AstraZeneca Covid 19 vaccine has proven to be 79% effective, the company announced on Monday. The drag manufacturer says it expects also noted that there are no safety concerns related to the vaccine, including rare blood clotting, which was the cause of concern for the European countries. While the vaccine is being administered in over 50 countries, it has not yet been approved in the US what while the vaccine is being administered in over 50 countries has not yet been approved in the U. S. Okay, the plan is for the vaccine to be submitted to the FDA in the upcoming weeks. I'm assuming that is talking about some interesting portions right there. But remember when we originally started having the conversation about it, we were talking about blood clotting, and we were talking about the one of the big complaints. It was one of the news stories that we broke down to where some dude ended up having an erection for several hours that he had to get the blood, um, you know, removed from his his area. If you know what I'm saying? There. Well, anyways, let me kind of give you local local information, because I I love doing this because, you know, a national show that talks about locals. Always exciting. Okay, I know that's a bunch of shit, but I'm just saying it anyways, but I want to share this with you real quick. Yesterday in the glorious Orlando metropolitan area, they have actually changed the age of the people that are able to get vaccine. They turned into 50 and 40 so it goes all the way down to 40 now. But hold on. It's 50 for the state. And then they did 40 if you went to the local convention center and I apologize about mentioning this, but I want to make reference to it. They opened for you to be able to schedule an appointment starting at 9 a.m. Eastern standard time. They had 7000 appointments in total that were available within 12 minutes, 13 minutes, according to some. All of them were booked up for the whole week. So people are interested in getting this thing. And believe me, it's not like you're going around and saying brand specific On what it is now. I did look into some things yesterday that we're referencing that you could actually make appointments with other organizations, depending on the day of the week and do brand specific scheduling. So as I look at this across the board, how are you feeling about the vaccine? Because I will tell you if you've seen a commercial related to any kind of drug in the last 10 years. They always do the weird thing at the very end. This truck, and that's the end of the commercial of everything. Or it's the slow pace would. Yes, this drug can help you get rid of headaches, but you might actually have some side conditions that could be affected as follows. Diarrhea, heart palpitations, long walks that you want to take later on in life because of this way of how your head is being released, what I mean, But think about it. I have never heard of a drug that doesn't have some kind of side effect, at least not till this day. Anyways, let's continue talking. As of Monday, over 100 and 26.5 million covid vaccines has been administered nationwide over 44.9 million Americans have fully vaccinated, while more than 82.7 million have received at least one jab. According to the CDC. The total number of commented cases in the US are slightly over 29.6 million, with more than 539,000 deaths attributed to the virus. So there you go. We talk about this number all the time because I think we kind of need to be in the know of what exactly is going on. So there you go. Jose to Vardy, 25 hopes that several barriers at the hop several barriers at the San Diego Zoo on Friday to take a photo with an elephant with the two year old daughter in tow. Shortly after entering the enclosure of the massive bull charged the bear. Jose barely made it back through the fence, but not before dropping his daughter just inches from the elephants. Huge tusks. Zoo officials said that there were less than amused of the sun, saying that it purposely is illegal that they trespassed into the elephant compound, and Jose was charged with child endangerment and is being held on $100,000 bail. I'm going to tell you this. Here's the funny thing. We make stupid people famous all the time. There is a video that has gone viral of the stupid thing that is occurring. So if you want to, you have the chance of taking a look at it. Anyways, here we go over 800 on a compliant unaccompanied migrants Children have spent more than 10 days of the U. S. Customs and Border Protection custody Despite the 72 hour legal limit for minors under the U. S. Law, unaccompanied minors are required to be removed from the c p. R. Excuse me, the CBP to Health and Human Services Care within 72 hours. In the wake of the crisis at the border, Children have remained by the in the C B P care is much, much, much longer. The Biden administration blames the previous administration for the challenges at the border. However, the data overwhelmingly shows the migrants were flooding to the border because they believe that the current president could be could welcome them with open arms. Who the hell knows? I mean, it seems like no matter of who's in control inside of the House of the White. It was always a previous administrations fault or whatever the hell happened, Who cares? At this particular point, it sounds like there's an issue going on at the border, and we won't even go into the drug trafficking scene that if you can pull up information wise of other things that are going on. So let's do it in this fashion. Let's have John Smalls jump in real quick. Tell you the market minute and we'll go from there. Here's your market beat minute for Tuesday, March 23rd 2021. The equities market started the week on relatively firm footing, although Monday trading was a bit mixed. The NASDAQ composite led the day's gains with an advance near 1.75%. With Tech in the lead, shares of Apple undisputed tech leader rose more than 3% with Microsoft and Amazon close behind. The S and P 500 gained more than 1% at the high of the day, also led by Tech, with blue chips and industrials lagging the transports, notably set a new intraday all time high. This week's trading will centre heavily on economic data. The Monday release of existing home sales already disappointed the market and other data could. Two on the list this week are important raids on durable goods orders, PM, my personal income spending and the all important core consumer inflation on Friday. If the data does not support the idea that the economic reopening is accelerating, the market could be in for a shock. You can get the inside track at market beat minute dot com. Okay, so thank you from John Smalls from radio Big dot FM afternoon afternoon drive. Taking his into the market minute for a moment. So in some additional information, new trading. We got off to kind of, you know, a fast start. As the markets were fueled by failing Treasury bond yields. The Dow gained about 100 and three points and the NASDAQ surged about 100 and 62 the S and P 500 added about 27. Technology stocks played a key role in the rally. Intel, Apple, Cisco and Microsoft all rose at least 2% after Shanika shares lifted more than 4% after the drugmaker drugmaker announced is preparing to ask Food and Drug Administration for emergency use authorization of its virus vaccine. So there you go. There you go, Mother Na AstraZeneca Advisor. Jeez, so I don't know. So I have to tell you when we start talking about this vaccine thing, I'm going to tell you if I am going to do it and go after it. I think realistically, we want to go after the Johnson and Johnson went one and died. But then again, I only said I was gonna have one kid and I was one and done. And that didn't seem to work out too well. 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. Air firm. Okay, let's continue. The Supreme Court said Monday that it will hear federal prosecutor's arguments seeking to reinstate the death penalty for, uh, let's see if we can butcher his name. Oh, God. A man convicted of carrying out 20 out in 2013, the Boston Marathon bombing the lower appeals Corey toss the death sentence in three of three of three for the dude back in the 30 convictions. After fighting that the trial judge did not ensure that the jurors weren't going to be biased regarding of the future ruling. Um, you know, the Boston bomber will spend the rest of his life behind bars on multiple life sentences. Him and his brother killed three people and wounded 260 denouncing to homemade pressure cooker bombs at the finish of the Boston Marathon finish line. It really would have boiled down to, uh, so then there you go. Tamerlan died in a shootout with police during the time. Anyways, let's continue talking. Did you hear about this? This one's pretty interesting. Three people in Hawaii tested positive for COVID 19 even after being fully vaccinated. The individuals became affected after receiving both doses of Pfizer or more than enough vaccines, but none became severely ill, nor nor pass it on to anyone else, according to the state Department of Health. Despite the infections, officials are still urging people to get vaccinated. Remember, 95% of people get immunity from the vaccine and 5% don't from the Moderna and Pfizer vaccine. This is according to the Lieutenant governor, Josh Green. So there you go some things to think about as we talk about them. So there you go. When you hear something like that, do you say Hey, Hey, buddy. Hey, pal. I'm not going to get it now, because look at these three people after we've heard of all these millions of people that have gotten the vaccine. Maybe because of these threes, I should never get it. I'm just asking the question. You can do whatever you want. You are you and I am me. And that's the greatest thing. Because if you were me and I were you, I would still be doing exactly the same thing that I'm doing now. Think about it in that fashion. There you go. We are now video streaming the rated R safety show. I don't know why our host has a face for radio rated R safety show. Here is our main story on the radar safety show. Okay, so let's talk about it. Let's go around and about and talk and move and groove as we are 26 minutes past the top of the hour and we are still talking right here on the radar safety show coming across radio big dot FM and Safety FM dot com So, but let's talk about it. We have to talk because I think sometimes we get lost in translation that we have to understand that we're just human. We are just humans. And let me tell you how it normally goes. If you have not figured it out, we are all failure. Though we are all not very good. We are not all very great. We are great. We are all of these things combined and listen. People adapt to the area in the live and the passion and the things that are going around inside of where they're located. It's interesting is the more conversations that I have about covid, uh, more conversations that I have about politics? The more conversations that I have about religion, the more conversations that I have with people that are related to sexuality. Yeah, those conversations do happen. It's intriguing to me as I have the discussions with people and I normally let them go wherever the hell they want to go with the conversation on how their belief system is the accurate one, and it should be jammed down somebody else's throat. And if you don't agree with me, it's because you're an asshole, really, And it's interesting as we have the conversation and we go through all these moves and grooves and take a look at it on how it applies to everything, including safety programs. It's interesting to me on how, if I don't believe in behavior based safety, I'm wrong. It's interesting to me if I don't believe in lean, I'm wrong. It's interesting to me that if I don't believe in hope, I'm wrong based on who you're talking to. And that's the interesting and fun part about life. People have their opinions based on their own paradigm based on their own reality, and they think that their way is the only way to do it now. I want you to go back for a moment and let's go back 10 years ago. And if you're of age, let's go back 20 years ago and think about your mindset at the time of your things that you believed in, and would you still believe those same things? Now, are your opinions the same? Has anything changed inside of your life? Has anything moved? I mean, these are the things to talk about. There's so many different things to think about here. Imagine that you had the same thought process that you had 10 years ago. 20 years ago. How would that work for you? Wouldn't you believe to an extent that you would become stagnant, that things wouldn't move, that things wouldn't change because of this? I mean, I always think it's interesting, You know, I will reference politics for a moment because, you know, it's such a great subject to talk about. 20 years ago, you said that you believed in X, Y and Z, and now the things in your life have changed and you don't agree with what you said back then. Well, I sure as hell hope not. I really do hope that people are progressive and they're able to move forward and change their minds about things. The interesting part about being human is that you have the ability to change your mind. You have the ability to have things change in your life. You also have the ability to stay stuck where you're at. Yesterday I was having a discussion with someone related to the vaccine conversation. Now, what I find that funny is that when I talk about the things on the personal conversations that I have with people on the air. Later on, they're gonna when people get all bothered. Oh, my God, How dare you speak on the air? But a conversation that we had together. It's not like I said your name. And if I did say your name, the majority of people don't know who the hell you are. I can even make up a name. Bob. Jennifer. I mean, it just doesn't matter. Nobody knows the conversations that I have with people, and most people don't know the conversations that you have with others unless you're doing it on some kind of live broadcast. But the funny part is, I always loved the argument of vaccine or non vaccine based on algorithms. And here's where it gets interesting. People sometimes get confused on how some of these things work because we're all just humans. If you do a Google search, a podcast search any kind of search on a computer device that's connected to the Internet, it puts triggers inside of the system that will cause other portions of the algorithm to look for the exact same thing. Test us out if you get a chance today. So if you have a dog, talk about cat food around your phone. If you have a cat, talk about dog food around your phone. If you have neither, then talk about one or the other and tell. Let me know if you end up getting any sort of ads today about that stuff because that's the thing. And people think, No, I am a master at doing Google searching, and I should get a PhD and how to do a Google search. You gotta be kidding me. You gotta be kidding me with that bullshit. The other portion that I love is well, I I I know that compared to other people, I am safe when it comes to this covid thing, especially based on the things that I see on social media, social media, you're depending and debating about you being better or safer now because of what you see on social media. Seriously like seriously, like you can honestly say that in a conversation because you don't know, or you don't realize that people on social media do the strangest bullshit that I've ever seen in my life. You know what it is for people to go to Toro to go rent a Lamborghini, for they can say how big of an influence where they are because they rented a car for a day because the Torah lets you borrow somebody's car. Have you noticed that some of these people actually will go out there as well and turn around and rent a house for a day? For they can say how they live in the lap of luxury that are already fully furnished, that never belonged to them. And you're comparing it to other people on social media. Come on. Seriously. Have you not seen the rooms that are available that look like you're inside of a jet? Or you can say how you're traveling the world in your own private jet? Social media, social media? Come on. This is the most interesting thing, and I understand that we're only human, and I understand that paradigms are different for each and every person that are out there. But you cannot base. I mean, I guess you can. You cannot base things off of social media of determining on how safe you are out there on how things are good. You know what you should be basing on. You should be basing on. Are you a better person than what you were the day before? That should be your paradise. Am I more knowledgeable today than I was yesterday? Yeah, it sounds like a little judgy today, for sure, but think about it. Me, comparing to myself to other people on social media. What the hell is that going to do for me? Let's talk about integrity. Let's talk about having an understanding of different things. The funny part is that sometimes when you look into these things, I think it's amazing on how people get upset of. Well, I did a Google search and this information was there, and I know that it's right because this is what Google told me. Well, here's the thing. How did you do the research? Because you typed it in research and it pisses me off to no end. When I hear the word research turned into, I did a search on Google that is not a model I didn't vet, whoever the actual person is that actually put the information out there. And here's the funny part is that most of these white papers that are written now normally have a sponsor behind them that is normally whatever that group is looking into. So if I'm looking into something about a drug, normally a drug manufacturer is sponsoring the white paper. Now, let me tell you this. If you're giving me thousands of dollars of hundreds of thousands of dollars to write a white paper, do you think that when I give you the white paper, all of a sudden you're going to discourage exactly what I had to discourage exactly what is going on with your product? Seriously. And at the end of the day, I understand we're all just human. I mean, don't get me wrong here. But, man, sometimes you have to really think about things and understand both sides of the aisle. And here's the fun part. I know that I'm accurate because Google told me so. Believe me, let me know where you can get that degree from from Google University and tell me what exactly what value that thing brings into the market. Google searching and actually doing a correct model investigation is entirely different. And here's the great thing about research and models. Models are not meant to be perfect. They're supposed to be based on the data that you have at the at the Persian at time that you're able to change the information going forward. That's why I think it's kind of interesting when so many people get so pissed off at Anthony. Fauci are based on what he said back in the day to what is going on now because he based it off of a model that was available to him. But geez, I guess I should go back to school to understand exactly what I'm talking about, because I'm definitely just a guy behind a microphone. 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. 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I just get passionate about things. I'm a very passionate individual because I get frustrated about this algorithm of Google and how it's the tell all. Yeah. I mean, don't get me wrong. Google Search is great regard to pulling up information, but you have to still bet the info. Anyways, let's continue talking about some other things, you know, it's been a year. Are you ready for this? It's been a year. Netflix will celebrate the one year anniversary of its hit documentary The Tiger King with the Tiktok musical The Tiger Queens. This is not a joke. The Tiger King musical live making their debut on Sunday. Casting was revealed on a poster of the musical showing Tiger Queen slated for RuPaul's drag race alums kimchi. That's Carol Baskin, Heidi and Closet as the Tiger and Williams and William as Joe exotic. So there you go. If you're interested in that kind of stuff. There you go anyway, some interesting news coming about. So you know that we talk about books that are going around and all that kind of fun stuff. Well, I have to tell you about a book author and I also have to tell you about an Oscar winner. So here you go. He's already an Oscar winning actor and best selling author, and now Matthew McConaughey might be adding politician to his credentials of list. He's speaking out on speculation that he plans to run for governor of Texas soon. McConaughey admitted that running for the position of governor in his home state is something I'm giving consideration. Absolutely. McConaughey calls running for office an honorable thing to even to be able to consider, especially when you remember that he was once arrested. Nate were being naked and playing the bongos. That's not a joke. It's great to find him. But keep in mind, too, that he has been working at the University of Central Tech, University of Central Texas the University of Texas in Austin, University of Central Texas. Of the entirely I just made up University of Texas in Austin. Oh, my God, what a lovely place, That place I used to go visit it all the time when I was back in college, not so far down the road anyway. So there you go. That's some information going on inside of there. Anyways, let's talk about some other things that are going on inside of of the world here. The screening process. What would it take to get you to put down your phone for 24 hours? How about 2400 bucks? It could happen. Reviews dot org Yes, that's reviews dot org Company that tests home services and products is holding what they are calling a 24 hour digital detox challenge. They'll pay a chosen challenger $2400 to survive a whole day with no screen time. If you think that you've got what it takes, review dot org suggest that you ask yourself these questions. Have you always wanted to win a reality competition like American Ninja Warrior? But you've been too busy trying to beat Mario Kart and Mortal Kombat instead. So there you go. Uh, here's some more about it here. So here you go. Do you know that a little bit too much of, uh, do you know a little too much about your old acquaintances from social media? Those selected will not have to swear off their phones for the day. But television, gaming, computer, smart watches and smart home devices to the company says that microwaves are okay. Challenge challengers will receive a receive a safe to store their electronics in a 24 hours for alongside with a $200 gift card from Amazon to put together a tech free survival kit. Uh, they suggested using it like a typewriter to replace the computers, write on a piece of paper to replace text and paints brushes for fine art. Those who are interested can go to guess where revues dot org. Yeah, that's not a joke. So w w w dot reviews dot org and maybe a 24 hour sleeping pill might not be a bad gig. I mean, that's what exactly how I would go about it. I would like, hit some stuff up and sleep. The worst part would be that you're updating your status while you're doing so. So there you go. Um, I could do it. Might take the risk of take a risk to my relationship. It might might actually hear what my kids are saying about me. So that might be all kind of, uh, some interesting stuff. So is that a challenge that you would take on 24 hours without a phone? 2400 bucks? Potentially for doing so. I mean, I think I would give it some consideration. I think it would be some fun times. I might even go off to the beach just to do so. Yeah, I can go to the beach in March in Florida. That is Okay anyways, so sneak Usual vaccines Niche. Usual vaccine. Great news for those who are in a bit of a needle phobic, but still want to get vaccinated to go. It's covid. 19 scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. They're developing an covid 19 vaccine that could even be more effective than the eject than the injectable ones. And even better yet, they believe the research is also opens the door for preventing and threatening cancer and other diseases, the M. I T. Cruz hope that other vaccines admitted her to the throat they're developing will create immune system responses as soon as the infection or infection is inhaled. Research shows that the the inhalable vaccine is about 25 times more effective than those that are injected. In addition to using technology against cancer in the future, it could help prove effective against HIV and those who have influenza as well. I love this because it's a lot more man linked to sneeze than it is to faint. I mean, think about it. So there you go. The problem is that you have to take take off your mask to get it done, so I don't know if that will be okay for you. Something to think about anyway. So let's talk about some motivation because it is that time says, Let's get John Smalls back in here with the motivation minute. The Motivation minute is courtesy of better credit cards dot com. Pablo Picasso once said, only put off until tomorrow what you are willing to die having left undone. Sadly, this is when I can relate to maybe a little too much. I have several things on my to do list that have been living on that list for over a year now. Thank goodness they're not pressing things. They're just little things that probably only matter to me. But the more I think about it, do they really even matter to me? I think if they did, they'd probably be done by now. Do you have things like that that have been sitting on your to do list for maybe a little too long? Do you think you and I should maybe just cross these things off the list? Or maybe we move them up the priority list a little bit? Well, it's something to think about, thanks to our buddy Pablo. This has been 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. Listen at your own risk Rated R safety show. So there you go. Thank you, John Smalls for that one. Let's continue talking newly devised devices. Yeah, let's talk about that. A Toronto man came up with the solution to porch pirates. Yeah, stealing packages from the front doors. Eric Martin has invented a piece of patio equipped of patio equipment or furniture. How we want to take a look at it. It also works as a safe for partial deliveries. He says that the boxer bench is a multifunctional bench that would secure storage that helps homeowners to receive their deliveries without compromising curve appeal. When an online shopper places in order, they give the company an access code, which the Courier uses to open the safe and leave the partial. Great idea. But I've ordered three of them, and they all seem to disappear from my home. Not a joke. Seriously, Seriously, Seriously, seriously. Wouldn't it be nice to if your dog could text you to let you know when he has to go out? Well, now he or she can with the barking Matt, not a joke. Place the barking mad at the front door. As soon as the buddy steps on it, you'll receive a text notification. Yep, it's just like the dog texting you from the other room, letting you know that they have business to take care of. And if you don't, if you don't, if you don't make it to the door in time. The $70 for the barking mad doubles as a P pad. Think about it that way. It's just in case. And as when you're when you get the texting from the dog, the letter say. W T f just something to think about anyway. So let's talk about this. Have you heard about this About stop payments going on? Yeah, let's talk about it. A new report found that more than the more than a year into the pandemic, over a third of the U. S households are still experiencing financial hardships, and of them, 74% are struggling to pay bills. Here are the bills that people say that they would most likely put off paying if necessary. 44% said student loans 40% medical bills, 38% said medical loans or medical loans and personal loans. Wouldn't that kind of already tie into the medical bills? Uh, rent 35% Auto lease, 34% credit cards, 31% Auto Auto loan 28. How do you separate an auto lease in and out alone? Wouldn't that kind of be close in proximity? Utilities 27 buy now pay later. 27%. Mortgages 25 mobile phones, 23%. That's right. People feel that their phone is more important than their health by, um, by a full 17%. So think about it in that fashion. So there you go, some information going on inside of the way out there, as we did, talking about a little bit of everything. We're going to jump over the swamp. Should we jump over the swamp? Hold on real quick. Let's not jump over it. Let's talk about this real quick. An overwhelming majority of Americans support the voter i. D. S lost. Polling firm Randhir Singh says that over 75% of Americans were support requiring a photo I d to cast a ballot broken down by party lines. That's a 60% of Democrats and 89% Republicans. So there you go. If you want to know, I guess if you're an Indian, you don't count. According to that survey, Well, good for you anyways. No winner for Friday night to make a million drawing. Tonight's drawing will be for 100 and $22 million jackpot, or an $81.1 million cash payout. No winner for Saturday night Powerball drawing. Wednesday's drawing will be for $220 million jackpot or 147 million 1470.8 cash payout. So there you go. And so if you can't win at the Lotto, I got a game for you, then you can come out and play anyways if you go right now to safety FM dot com forward slash contest at safety FM dot com Ford slash contest You get the chance to win a one on one session with me up to two hours. Of course, we'll do a one on one session. 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Okay, so let's continue going down the plethora of information, but we have available for you today. Let's talk about the days of the year that you can celebrate if you're so inclined to do so. Today. It's National Kia Day, National Chip and Dip Day. I think I might need to celebrate that one national near mistake. Oh, look at that National Near Miss Day. Are you going to report those national Melba toast, a National Puppy day, National Tamale Day, National education and Sharing Day in National Ag Day. So just in case, let's talk about some events that occurred back on this date. Let's go to 2020 because it seems like it's, um so long ago, I'll give you to the New York. New York becomes the new center of Covid 19 pandemic with over 20,000 cases and 100 and 57 deaths. That was a year ago today. Also on this date, the WHO says that covid 19 pandemic is accelerating. The 1st 100,000 cases took 67 days. The 2nd 100,000 cases took 11, and the third set a record at 100,000. And it only took four days. So there you go. Some things to think about. Let's talk about some birthdays going on today. Kyle Irving turns 29. Vanessa Morgan turns 29. Princess Eugene Princess Eugene, uh 31. Ben Higgins, 32. Brett Eldredge, 35. Bright Young, 40. Russell Howard, 41. Paris Hilton Not Paris Hilton, but Perez Hilton. You know, the blogger turns 43. Carrie Russell turns 45. Randall Park turned 47 Chaka Khan Oh, my God! 68 con con chicken, Chicken, chicken Yeah, You have to look it up just in case. If you don't know what I'm talking about there anyway, let me tell you about the most important part of anything that I'm gonna tell you on the show today. This is what I got for you. If you are struggling from any thoughts of depression or suicide, please contact my friends at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Go to their website at a f sp dot org. That's a f sp dot org to find out how you're not alone, whether you have struggled with suicide or depression yourself or have lost a loved one to either one. Know that you're not alone here about personal experiences from people in your local communities whose lives have been impacted by suicide and depression. If you don't want to go to the website, which is a f sp dot org, you can always give them a call at 1 802 73 talk That's 1 802 73 talk or are you can detect the word talk to 741741 That's 741741 So there you go. Some information there for sure to share. It is 56 minutes past the top of the hour, so let's talk about some other things real quick. You need a phone started for it today. Try this one. What is the oddest thing you've ever found while spring cleaning? Other than the fact that you hate spring cleaning if you need a random joke for today, try this one. A random of a matter of fact, of random, afraid of mine started a business teaching people how to be successful. He had to. He needed the money. I would comment on that, but I'm not even sure if it's worth the worth its while and how people that are teaching people how to be successful or not really successful most of the time and our teaching on something on how they're learning how to do as they're doing it and say that there are successful of the things that they're doing, right? Yeah. Okay. And if you need a conversation for the quarter cooler, try this one question. When it when it comes to morning routine, 13% of us do this. What is it? Lay out clothes the night before. Don't do that. Don't do that at all. Anyway. So there you go. You've been listening to the rated R safety show exclusively on Radio Big Dot FM and safety FM dot com. Safety FM is the home of real safety talk. Thank you for always being the best part of safety FM, and that is the listener. Keep in mind that I will be moving over to Radio Big Dot FM so you can come and hang out with me. All you have to do is type in radio big dot F M and your Web browser and you'll come and hang out and we'll talk a little bit more about what is going on inside of the world of the news, inside of some other things that are going on right now, too, that we don't discuss on the streamer. But we do discuss on the radio show. We do play music, though, so keep that in mind. You will start off normally with some great and fantastic music. You want to know why I know that Because it's normally handpicked by me. So anyways, there you go. If I can leave you with a thought for today, I want to leave you with this one and think about this for a moment. As I say, this happiness is a direction. It's not a place. Think about it. You're not going to be happier once you get there, you're gonna be happier as you go down the trail. Anyways, that's what I got for you today. I know who you are. You know who I am? Would love to see you come hang out at radio big dot FM this morning. 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