President Biden wanted to spend $400 billion to help older and disabled Americans get health care at home, but the proposal has been cut by more than half as Democrats work to pare back their $3.5 trillion spending package. [This episode was originally published on April 8, 2021.]Guests:Howard Gleckman, Senior Fellow, Urban InstituteRachel Werner, MD, PhD, Executive Director, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics at the University of PennsylvaniaLearn more and read a full transcript of the episode: https://tradeoffs.org/2021/04/08/bidens-400-billion-bet-on-caring-for-older-and-disabled-americans-at-home/Sign up for our weekly newsletter to see what research health policy experts are reading right now, plus recommendations from our staff: bit.ly/tradeoffsnewsletterSupport this type of journalism today, with a gift: https://tradeoffs.org/donateFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/tradeoffspod See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Producer/Host: Suzanne Carmichael, AARP Maine volunteer Issues that AARP Maine worked on during the 2021 Maine legislative session -New retirement savings plan -Prescription drug bills -Internet bills -Long-term family caregiver issues -Relevance of voting laws to older Mainers -New law protecting vulnerable road users Guests: Japhet Els, Advocacy and Outreach Director for AARP Maine Bridget Quinn, Advocacy and Outreach Director for AARP Maine About the host: Suzanne Spitz Carmichael is a retired public interest attorney. She was the Executive Director/lobbyist for three state-wide Ralph Nader consumer groups (Ohio, New York & Maine). Another position was as Maine’s first state-wide ombudsman (for the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation.) She has also been a freelance journalist writing primarily for the New York Times and other national publications. Other professional work included a stint as the Associate Producer of documentaries for the Settle NBC affiliate for which she won a regional Emmy, and two jobs directing grant-making foundations. Suzanne has also offered public relations workshops and consulting services for non-profits and artists throughout the country. She notes that “My only background concerning issues facing older Mainers is that I’m 77, have lived in Deer Isle year ’round since 1997, and seem to always be analyzing issues as they happen to me or folks I know.” The post DEBUT! 50+ Aging in Rural Maine: “A View From Augusta”-What the Maine Legislature Did in 2021 for Older Mainers first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.
Founder of SmartLiving 360, a national strategy consulting and real estate firm that specializes in the intersection of place and longevity, Ryan Frederick, is proud to announce his first book, Right Place, Right Time: The Ultimate Guide to Choosing a Home for the Second Half (John Hopkins University Press). With over 15 years of experience in the fields of housing and healthy aging, Ryan Frederick offers readers a strategic and thoughtful guide for anyone who wants to find the best “home” to thrive over a long life.Location plays a significant but often unacknowledged role in health and happiness. The right environment elevates personal wellbeing by promoting purpose, facilitating human connection, catalyzing physical activity, supporting financial health, and inspiring community engagement. Conversely, the wrong place can be detrimental to health, as the COVID-19 pandemic has shown. In Right Place, Right Time, Frederick evaluates various regions, metropolitan areas and neighborhoods and explores the pros and cons of living options, from remaining in your home to downsizing, inter-generational living, co-housing, senior living, and more. Combining real-life stories about people selecting places to live with design principles and interactive tools, Right Place, Right Time will appeal to empty nesters, retirees, solo agers, adult children seeking ways to support their parents and loved ones, and anyone with an eye on their second half. “Where you live can substantially impact your health and wellbeing—especially during the second half of your life,” said Ryan Frederick, Author of Right Place, Right Time. “I'm excited to offer tangible tools to help people evaluate their living situations, and determine the best place to call “home” for optimal health and happiness, now and in the future.”Heretofore, place has often been viewed as something separate from overall life planning. However, its role is integral in health and wellness, longevity, healthcare, and financial planning. James Lott jr is the host! smartliving360.com
It's a problem as old as time. Your child has a friend with an older sibling who knows more than they should, and this becomes an issue for your family when you're faced with 'the others are doing it'. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/10/18110203/MYN_AoifeLee_1810.mp3"][/audio] We recently got this text in from a listener: Hi lads, I have an 8 year-old daughter, she's a really nice, shy kid but she tends to be easily influenced by others. She hangs around in the front of the house with a group of girls her own age. However, one of the girls has a much older sibling who seems to tell her things that aren't suitable. She's then telling her friends, including my little one. Now I'm being faced with awkward questions around relationships and sex, and she's also looking to watch things which aren't way too old for her because 'the others are'. How do I tackle this? I don't want to ostricise her from her friends, but I also can't let this continue” In a Mind Yourself Now special, Aoife Lee from Parent Support joined Dermot and Dave with some top tips on how to let your kids fit in without causing chaos at home. You can catch Aoife's tips by clicking play above.
We cover major game genre defining releases during 1985-1989. You'll be surprised how old some game genres and franchises are... I'm so old... Intro - 00:00:17 Community Events - 00:01:57 Games we've played - 00:04:10 Main Topic - 00:28:52 Contact us here: Patreon Website Twitter Email Discord Music used: Intro: Almost Evil (Cyberpunk) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeAK6P7Gl7w https://inaudio.org/track/almost-evil/ Outro: ＦＯＲＣＥ ＧＨＯＳＴＥＤ ヲちご Ｓｔａｒ Ｗａｒｓ "Ｆｏｒｃｅ Ｔｈｅｍｅ" Ｒｅｍｉｘ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qanlzXvpHDc https://soundcloud.com/f-u-s-i-o-n-4-2
Hello! We know the UK's population is getting older, but what should that mean for our towns, villages and cities? We're talking about ‘age-friendly communities' — places where people of all ages can live healthy and active lives. Natalie Turner from the Centre for Ageing Better explains the idea. Paul McGarry from Greater Manchester Ageing Hub tells us how the city region has lead the way on putting it into practice. And Anne Berit Rafoss gives us the view from Norway. Featuring special guest co-host, Sara Barron! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ron starts this episode with an email on an 18 RAM 1500 and transmission questions and parts availability, and talks about when the parts availability switch gets shut off : takes a call on an 03 LeSabre with a fuel pressure issue : talks about California buying back internal combustion vehicles : and talks about California banning all gasoline powered lawn equipment : talks about the supply chain breakdown affecting availability of car parts : takes a call on an 03 RAV 4 with the caller looking for tips on caring for an older vehicle : talks about a customer that had an intermittent no crank/no start condition that went to the dealership. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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On this episode of Older and Wiser, Bob Bates and Susan Sikora discuss William Shatner's emotional trip to space, the confusion people feel in the doctor's office, who's most likely to lie on resumes, and where people get the least exercise.
TODAY’s GUEST IS Rick Ellis! Today's guest is Rick Ellis. Rick Ellis has had an eclectic career as a musician, audio engineer, visual designer, programmer, and software entrepreneur. Somewhere along the way he discovered Jiu-Jitsu and became obsessed with this fascinating and transformative art. Rick would go on to earn a blackbelt under legendary instructor...
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In this episode, Frankie Stubbs of the hugely influential band Leatherface talks about how Sunderland, England is like Pittsburgh and thoughts of living in other places, learning how to write and record songs and label expectations, and dealing with right wing fans who completely miss the point of lyrics. Plus how it feels to be an influence on other bands, touring Germany in blazing heat and getting inspiration from bands on Instagram. You can follow Frankie here: https://www.instagram.com/frankie_stubbs_/ https://frankiestubbs.bandcamp.com/ https://leatherface.bandcamp.com/album/mush https://www.facebook.com/Leatherface.UK Paul works a day job, puts out vinyl and puts on shows via Katzulhu Productions https://katzulhu.com/ https://www.facebook.com/paul.neil.12 https://www.facebook.com/katzulhu https://www.facebook.com/Dont-Quit-Your-Day-Job-podcast-107924851339602
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We have a very special Bonus episode for you guys, its the warm hug we all need right now and we promise this episode will leave you in a better happier headspace than we found you. We have collated the absolute best life advice from our Lifers and packaged up here in one delectable little bonus episode for you. To celebrate The Iconic turning ten years old this episode is all themed around "another year older another year wiser" and hooley dooley the lifers are a wise bunch! A very big thank you to our sponsor THE ICONIC for making this episode possible. To further celebrate their 10th birthday THE ICONIC are having a massive 30% OFF sale, Sale ends 25th October! T&C apply. Shop the sale here
Why many women are delaying motherhood, how is technology helping, and what does the law say about all things fertility and the workplace. Zoe Kleinman speaks to lawyer Louisa Gevard, to Dame Cathy Warwick, chair of the British Pregnancy Advisory service, and others. (Picture credit: Getty Images)
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This is our MOST requested topic to date! Today we go in depth about what lifters in their 40s, 50, 60s, 70s and beyond should consider with their training and nutrition. If you want to start lifting later in life, or keep lifting later in life, this is the episode for you!! We also talk about changes we have made in our lifting careers as we get deeper into our 40s. Articles referenced on the show: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16491536/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26878863/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3940510/ https://us.humankinetics.com/blogs/excerpt/training-frequency-requirements-for-older-adults Join the Thompson's Gym app: https://thompsonsgym.programs.app Apply to work with Kristin and her team on your nutrition! https://forms.gle/qsQZLwzpk9fyJTRQA Sign up for The Strength Academy Membership & join LIVE us for our bi-weekly interactive podcast recordings. Follow the hosts: Dr. Kristin Lander: @drkristinlander Jen Thompson: @jenthompson132 Follow us on Instagram
Episode SummaryMeb Keflezighi, running legend, on his role models, career highlights, being an older athlete and his booksShow Notes01:00 – Early life and influences02:25 – Getting into running in the United States04:15 – Turning professional05:55 – Winning Silver Medal at Athens Olympics 200408:10 – Dealing with injury: 2008 Olympic Trials11:30 – Winning Boston Marathon in 201414:45 – Being an older competitive runner17:20 – “26 Marathons” book by Meb21:05 – Current work22:50 – Final thoughtsFollow MebInstagram: @runmebTwitter: @runmebWebsite: https://marathonmeb.com/Books by Meb26 Marathons - Amazon LinkMeb for Mortals - Amazon LinkRun to Overcome - Amazon LinkContact Details for Running and Fitness with RajWebsite: runfitraj.comemail:firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook Group:Running and Fitness with RajInstagram:@runningandfitnesswithrajTwitter: @RunningRajListen and SubscribeThank you for listening and supporting "Running and Fitness with Raj". If you enjoy the show, please subscribe, spread the word and rate & review on iTunes or wherever you are listening to your podcast.AppleSpotifyJioSaavnGoogle PodcastsStitcherCastboxTuneInPodcast AddictPodchaser
Older and previously irrelevant running backs like Cordarrelle Patterson and Latavius Murray are frustrating fantasy owners. Speaking of head coaches not trusting young players. Can Kyle Shanahan trust Trey Lance or Brandon Aiyuk? Or is he just smarter than everyone else? Despite his neck injury, Jeremy ship offs Chris Carson for a first-round pick, and Alex Collins should be your top replacement running back. Speaking of backups, Damien Williams will fill in for David Montgomery. We look forward to providing you with all the dynasty content you want to hear. Your input helps us be the best dynasty fantasy football podcast. Don't forget to get your Drunk Dials in to be featured on the show. Remember, NFL players don't care about your fantasy team, but we do! Follow the podcast using our single subscription https://dynastydrunks.captivate.fm/listen (link). Follow us! Twitter: https://twitter.com/dynastydrunks (@DynastyDrunks) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dynasty_drunks/ (@dynasty_drunks) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DynastyDrunks (@DynastyDrunks) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUdyGNM8sRGoL6mkMd6dI9w (Dynasty Drunks) Need up-to-date dynasty fantasy football rankings? Check out rankings on our https://www.dynastydrunks.com/dynasty-fantasy-football-rankings (Dynasty Rankings) page. Want to support the podcast? Swing by our https://www.dynastydrunks.com/ (website) and grab some of our https://www.dynastydrunks.com/shop (merch)! You can also download the https://dynastydrunks.glideapp.io/ (Dynasty Drunks Fantasy Football App) or drunk dial your questions!
Surviving america is back! It's been a minute but we're back and picking up where we left off. Join, host Kristin Fulton, as she talks Black love and the struggle to find Black men (for this show specifically). And maybe IRL too
I know most of you will say harder but what was the 'easier' about relationships when you were younger? The ignorance? Plus what is a self love journey? What does it actually do/look like and what I've learned about dating from my self love journey! questions for you; who do you think it is harder for you? Why do you think crying over a man is bad? Let's talk... Find me on IG here. Twitter here. Facebook here. Email = Reka@justmeReka.com My DM is always open! XO Reka --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/singleyou/support
Matt and Scott discuss how to train older clients. Barbell Logic's age demographics tend to skew older, so the company and its coaches have lots of experience coaching older clients. Depending on the age, almost everyone can deadlift. Many can squat, bench press, and press. Some lifts may have to be modified, but an exercise similar to the lifts can be executed for most older clients. Older people can and should train hard. For older people, this means intensity. Intensity is what older clients are missing from their life. Grabbing the groceries, for example, is a low-intensity exercise, so they need to lift heavy and add muscle mass as a type of insurance. Volume, however, wrecks older people. Use less volume than you might program for younger clients. Frequency--number of workouts in a week--might also be less. 4-day splits for the very old are not recommended. You might do a 4-day split over 3 days or even have them only train twice a week with full-body sessions. GET STARTED with one-on-one online coaching FOR FREE! Get your FIRST MONTH FREE on all strength and nutrition coaching plans. No discount code needed and includes a 10-day, no obligation trial. https://bit.ly/2MKeOoh Special offers from BLOC and our partners: https://barbell-logic.com/offers/ Connect with the hosts Matt on Instagram Niki on Instagram Connect with the show Barbell Logic on Instagram The Website Barbell Logic on Facebook email@example.com
Rip and Andy Baker, co author of Practical Programming and The Barbell Prescription, discuss training and recovery differences for the young versus the elderly trainee. 03:03 Training the young vs. the old 20:11 Coaching is a separate skill 25:19 The D1 coach 32:26 Force production 46:03 It's not complicated 55:43 Getting help with your coaching 01:01:01 Young and old - recovery 01:07:27 Are you concerned with “mass" 01:12:56 Older people and proper stress
Come with us, as we take a deep dive into the mind of this generations Barnum and Bailey, who managed to back up all the hype. Also, in a time of literal plagues, of course the Fugees would re-unite. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The boys share their views on religion and Harley is concerned that he is getting fat, Guy shot a new video for his YouTube channel and cast Harley has a bug. Guy has some film reviews and filmmaking book recommendations and Harley has some rants about vaccines. Lay back, kick off your shoes and hit play! Useful podcast links: https://linktr.ee/TheGuyandHarleyPodcast Watch Older here: https://bit.ly/WatchOlderTheMovie Watch Immi The Vegan here: https://linktr.ee/ImmiTheVegan Support us on Patreon: http://bit.ly/PigvillePatreon Watch No Caller ID here: https://bit.ly/NCID Invest with Stake: https://bit.ly/JoinStake Invest with Sharesies: http://bit.ly/SharesiesNZ ~ Guy and Harley
If you wish to maintain health and longevity as you age, it may be helpful to include a special muscle group in your workout: your creative muscles. According to ongoing studies, creativity is essential for healthy aging. Engaging in creative activities like singing, theater, and visual art may help older people feel better. Further, creativity, linked to the personality characteristic of openness, can help people live longer. In this episode of This Is Getting Old: Moving Towards An Age-Friendly World, we're privileged to have Teresa Bonner, the Executive Director of Aroha Philanthropies. Join us as we share meaningful conversations about creative aging and how it sparks joy, connection, and purpose among older adults. Part One Of 'Creative Aging Sparks Joy, Connection, Purpose' Aroha Philanthropies And Creative Aging “Creativity is hardly the exclusive province of youth. It can blossom at any age—and in fact, it can bloom with more depth and richness in older adults because their vast stores inform it of knowledge and experience.” —Dr. Gene Cohen, Geriatric Psychiatrist These words of Dr. Gene Cohen, the founding Director of The George Washington University's Center for Aging, Health and Humanities (for which I am the current Director), is Aroha Philanthropies' motivation in advocating creativity in aging. According to Dr. Cohen's landmark report, 85% of older adults are community-based, are aging well, can learn, be creative, and be so much more. With this visions in mind, Aroha Philanthropies are on a mission to expand creative aging programs nationally. They're engaged in funded training for organizations to learn how to make successful programs for older adults—to learn an art form over time and to get better and better as they learn from a teaching artist. Furthermore, Aroha Philanthropies has built national partnerships with the American Alliance of Museums, including botanical gardens, science museums, etc., to offer creative programs for older adults. This partnership has called on museums of all kinds around the country to develop creative aging programs and actively work against ageism in their institutions. What's even more promising is that they've tapped on The National Assembly of State Arts Agencies, where they've funded 36 state programs to develop and/or expand creative aging. Aroha Philanthropies' efforts in evangelizing about the benefits of getting involved in the arts were not in vain. What they've learned from almost 2 000 participant survey responses is that after engaging in creative aging programs, older adults; Developed relationships Learned various art forms Became cognitively and socially engaged Made meaningful social connections through art-making "Creative aging programs were highly effective at helping older adults grow artistically, mentally, and socially. 75% of 2,000 older adults reported that their mental engagement had increased because of taking creative classes." Teresa Bonner, Executive Director of Aroha Philanthropies How Do You Define Creative Aging? Creative aging is about learning an art form over time in a supportive environment. Such a supportive environment allows older adults to grow and become creative, more artistic and increase their social connections and social network. It is a broad topic that includes everything from programs designed to provide help for people suffering from diseases such as dementia to programs for caregivers who help with art therapy programs. The learning and connection, and relationship building happen through the work of the teaching artist. In part, these teaching artists know how to have conversations with people and generate conversations among them through the art form. That's the heart of successful creative aging programs. Older adults are learning over time from a teaching artist; they get better and make new friends. Examples of the classes offered in creative aging programs are: Acting Writing Drawing Dancing Sculpture Mask making Opera singing Learning graffiti Short Video Filming Drumming and beating Technical and historical aspects Choir and theatre arts performing Weaving where they also know about the history and the people What Do You Consider To Be A Supportive Environment? Supportive environments for creative aging provides opportunities for those who are 55 and better to access and benefit from arts programming designed to teach older Americans an art form over time. Aroha Philanthropies want to expand these opportunities through increased investment in creative aging programs. Part Two Of 'Creative Aging Sparks Joy, Connection, Purpose' Elements That A Thriving Creative Aging Program Have As a safe space for being creative, a successful creative aging program is: Designed To Meet The Express Needs And Interests Of Older Adults Rather than assuming that older adults don't have much capacity, they're allowed to come together and have rich stories to share. They learn new skills, get involved in new activities, and enhance their own lived experience They Are Led By Teaching Artists Teaching artists are professional, working artists who are also skilled in arts education. They create space for participants to offer feedback to one another, discuss their work, talk about memories, and talk about dreams. It's a two-way process, which is an essential aspect of community building among participants. Teaching artists are part of the secret sauce; they create that chocolate for the brain! Experiential And Sequential A successful creative aging program is experiential—they're more hands-on. At the same time, it is sequential, meaning older adults learn to create over time. They're not just learning about the great masters of the art; they're making the art themselves. Moreover, each class builds on the skills they learned in the prior classes. Essentially, these are often so interesting to older adults. Builds Social Interaction And Engagement In every creative aging, session participants are encouraged to share their experiences and memories. They discuss their work and offer feedback, which is an excellent way for people to begin building their social network. Celebrate Achievements The common theme of successful creative aging programs is the celebration of the participants' creations. The culminating activity is open to friends, family, and sometimes the public. This allows friends, family, and others in the community to see older adults in a new light. These are the kinds of things that move us from seeing an older adult as old and seeing them as a person and creative individual. “The financial burden of social isolation for older adults is at 6.7 billion dollars because social isolation produces significant negative health impacts. Creative aging programs are a societal benefit in addition to an individual and community benefit. There are all kinds of great reasons that creative aging should be going forward all over the country.” -Teresa Bonner, Executive Director of Aroha Philanthropies What Are The Benefits Of Being Part Of A Creative Community? Creative aging helps older Americans combat social isolation, an increasing problem for America's growing older population, especially throughout the pandemic. Furthermore, doing the celebrations, sharing what is created, and building connections are solid and powerful pieces of combating ageism. We see an older adult as a person—not like an older person—a person who's had a whole life of experiences. The Power Of Connecting Through Art When you're working through the art form, you are vulnerable. Creative aging is not like having a cup of coffee after choir practice. It's where you're talking about your own life, dreams, and interests, which naturally leads to relationships among people that can be important. Arts are a connecting point in a time where the connection is essential. Older artists find joy, purpose, community, and creativity in these programs. How Do You Find A Creative Art + Aging Group In Your Area? There are many resources for learning about Creative Aging. If you're interested, you can check on the following; Aroha Philanthropies Website: aroha philanthropies.org Facebook: www.facebook.com/arohaphilanthropies Twitter: www.twitter.com/ArohaPhil Instagram: @arohaphilanthropies Lifetime Arts-which provides consulting and training on how to run creative aging programs. Creative Aging Resource- a rich website devoted to creative aging, also developed by Lifetime Arts National Assembly of State Art Agencies-They offered grant programs this year and awarded funds to 36 states that are either developing creative aging programs or want to create them and wish to learn about them. The American Alliance of Museums-They had put out a significant report calling on museums to ethically and strategically prioritize developing creative aging programs that work with older adults differently. Countering Isolation with Creativity About Teresa Bonner, Executive Director, Aroha Philanthropies: Teresa Bonner brings more than thirty years of professional experience in philanthropy, foundation, and nonprofit leadership to her role as Executive Director for Aroha Philanthropies. She is a frequent presenter on philanthropy and creative aging, including sessions at the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies, Grantmakers in the Arts, Grantmakers in Aging, Americans for the Arts, Philanthropy New York, and the American Society on Aging. Teresa previously served as Director of the U.S. Bancorp Foundation. She managed $20 million in Foundation grantmaking annually. She led the company's community relations activities, the Piper Jaffray Foundation, and two nonprofit organizations, Milkweed Editions and the Library Foundation of Hennepin County. Arts and cultural programs have long been a significant focus of her professional experience and a personal passion. She is a principal in Family Philanthropy Advisors, with offices in Minneapolis and the Bay Area. Teresa graduated magna cum laude from the University of North Dakota with a degree in journalism. After completing Law School at the University of Minnesota, she clerked for the Hon. Gerald Heaney of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit and was a partner at the Minneapolis law firm of Lindquist and Vennum before moving to the nonprofit sector. About Melissa Batchelor, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, FGSA, FAAN: I earned my Bachelor of Science in Nursing ('96) and Master of Science in Nursing ('00) as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) from the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) School of Nursing (SON). I genuinely enjoy working with the complex medical needs of older adults. I worked full-time for five years as an FNP in geriatric primary care across many long-term care settings (skilled nursing homes, assisted living, home, and office visits), then transitioned into academic nursing in 2005, joining the faculty at UNCW SON lecturer. I obtained my Ph.D. in Nursing and a post-master's Certificate in Nursing Education from the Medical University of South Carolina College of Nursing ('11). I then joined the faculty at Duke University School of Nursing as an Assistant Professor. My family moved to northern Virginia in 2015 and led to me joining the George Washington University (GW) School of Nursing faculty in 2018 as a (tenured) Associate Professor. I am also the Director of the GW Center for Aging, Health, and Humanities. Please find out more about her work at https://melissabphd.com/.
On this episode of Older and Wiser, Bob Bates and Susan Sikora react to the Paramount+ series "The Real World Homecoming" because Susan got a free trial and binge-watched it. They explore recent public opinion polls about common dreams, and how people want to be remembered. Watch the video on OlderAndWiser.com
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Show #1233 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Sunday 3rd October. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM RAJEEV NARAYAN I can't imagine going back to an ICE vehicle as my daily driver, that being said, I would agree with you, that if I had to, it would be due to the lack of charging infrastructure. Earlier in September I had to make an emergency trip due to a death in the family to Atlanta from San Antonio and back, for which we had to pull out our Honda Odyssey Minivan that has been sitting for 2 years. I would not have been able to do the trip with our 2 EVs. This is also the reason, for now, that I keep an ICE vehicle around. PHIL KEMP I find it hard to envision a case in which I'd get another ICE car. Just one comes to mind - if I was forced to live where my daughter does - a tiny town at the end of a long rough road and a vulnerable power line. Failing that, I'd NEVER revert. DAVID TRIMBLE Why give up On EVs? For our family it's vehicle choice. Here in the US there are no electric station wagons. I need to replace my 2002 Mercedes wagon but with a dog an Electric SUV is not workable. Older dogs cannot easily manage the high floor height in SUVs. The other vehicle class not addressed is a small roadster. I also have a Mazda Miata - I don't see anything on the horizon that will scratch that itch! Use our older Leaf for about 80% of our driving but am painfully holding on for new offerings to replace our other cars! SCOTT BERGER I think studies showing that BEV drivers went back to ICE are confusing and sound erroneous because they are missing a key clarification. In other words, people/families with more than one car might buy an ICE car after owning EVs. That is my case. Since test driving an EV a few years back it was obvious my daily driver would never revert to a combustion car. I would like to know statistics for those with primary daily drivers that reverted. Those numbers I think would be vanishingly small. However, I'm a motoring enthusiast from a family of enthusiasts and there still remains no mainstream EV 1. sports car, 2. convertible. I'm also extremely passionate about manual transmissions for their engagement, which are hard to find in EVs. I recently bought a 4-seat BMW convertible with a turbocharged six-cylinder ICE engine. Both my siblings daily drive EVs but also own gas-burning manual sports cars. We might be an aberration, but I'm not so sure. So, yes, I technically have bought two ICE sports cars since going primarily EV, but the proportion of my driving on ICE is low since these gas-burners are niche cars used for nice days and weekend joyrides mostly. Once there's a viable, lightweight, sports car EV in convertible, I will strongly consider trading my BMW for such a vehicle. That said, my family will likely keep a few legacy ICE cars in perpetuity for occasional use. KARL CRAMER I imagine if I left electric it would be because of service. Some areas only have one dealership per make of car and if that one is bad you're out of luck for repairs because there aren't many independent garages that do electric. IAN WATKINS Just completed a 10 day holiday down to the Sth France, and we decided to drive and take our dog, including a overnight destination stop half way near Lyon down and Dijon on the way back. As a new ev owner of a iPace model year 20, I am a bit of a novice to the charging planner apps, so used a combination of A better route planner Plug Share Google Maps iPace navigation - rubbish ABRP failed to indicated a stop where we were relying on a 175kW charger was out of order ( the 1 and only) so had to use the 50Kw. Other times were sent down farm tracks to non existent chargers.... So on this basis, I would have loved to have my 500 mile range Diesal Volvo back just to get us down there, stress free with no range anxiety. Granted that was a 1 off, and not likely to do that trip again with the current 220 mile range limit on the i pace, maybe with a EV that had 350 miles and improved motorway infrastructure, which is coming and Ionity was the best and most expensive. PHILLIP OPRIE Price! I bought a third hand used 2013 Fiat 500e when I totaled my previous car. It's real world range (50 miles) just barely works for my daily commute, but doesn't allow for any route changes for errands. With the current price of a decent used EV and new ones having wait times getting longer and longer, I couldn't get another EV if something happens to my current car. Thank you for the show. DAVID ALLEN 1) My wife has suffered a blow to the head which has changed her personality such that she would divorce me if I didn't drive one. 2) Someone has taken my cats/dog or both hostage. 3) Little Timmy's kidney must get to the hospital and that's all that's available. 4) Zombie hoards have cut me off from my EV, and that's my only choice of a escape (However, I will circle back and get it at first opportunity). 5) I have fallen into an alternate dimension where Elon Musk is an evil coal baron. 6) The LHC at CERN created Strange quarks in an experiment gone awry, and electrons no longer work (which also means I'll have to drive an old diesel). 7) Jacob Rees-Mogg becomes Emperor Exxon I, and EVs are banned (though I will immediately join the rebellion). 8) Legacy auto pays me ONE TRILLION DOLLARS! [insert evil laugh here]. Hey, let's be everyone has a price, but I ain't cheap. But then that will mean Model Y's for everyone, especially hardworking British EV podcasters with three-year olds who live in the South of England. ROBERT GRACE I don't ever want to drive ICE again, but I still do for various reasons. If I had to pull a heavy trailer for a long distance--thousands of miles--I think that both the limited range and the trailer-adverse geometry of US charging stations would make that particular trip much easier with gasoline as an energy source. JEFF IN INDIANA As far as going back to an ICE car, I really can't think of a great reason at this point, aside from perhaps my preference of driving a manual transmission car, which obviously is irrelevant with an EV. But I do find that the regen paddle on my Bolt gives me SOME of that engagement back. My sister, however, did own an EV before me. Her husband and she bought an early Leaf. Unfortunately that also corresponded with one of the coldest winters we had had in recent years, with temperatures often hitting -20F that winter. The Leaf didn't cope well with that. She found that she was barely able to make it home from work, even with only using seat heaters and no heated air. After that, they traded in the Leaf for a Sentra. Today's EVs do much better with the cold, of course, but I have as yet not been able to convince them to give an EV another try. NEW QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM Back on Sunday 10th Oct! Email me your thoughts and I'll read them out on Sunday – firstname.lastname@example.org It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid. 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0-00 - What do I do if my husband asks me to dress immodestly--1-05 - How was your husband saved--2-34 - Older woman spiritually or in age--4-18 - What if your husband is passive--6-49 - Husband not wanting to work, should the woman provide--9-10 - Not talking over my husband in a group setting--11-30 - Manipulate her into having a mutual divorce--14-47 - How are forgiveness and trust not the same--16-55 - Husband assumes since you forgave him that he trusts you as well--18-46 - What if my husband tells me not to talk to the children about the Lord- -21-04 - Not undermining husbands' authority.-21-54 - What about a woman working outside the home-
We're talking about five different personalities of book organization, so hopefully, you'll see yourself in one of these. We all have different challenges when it comes to organizing our books, but there's really no one-size-fits-all approach. Having a lot of books doesn't make you a hoarder. Not having towers of bookshelves doesn't make you less of a reader. So let's Lazy Genius how to organize your books.Helpful Companion LinksLaura Vanderkam on making time to read and her appearance on What Should I Read Next (ep. 112)Older episodes about reading: ep. 23: The Lazy Genius Reads and ep. 152: Reading in Odd CircumstancesHow to Use Trello to Track Your ReadingDownload a transcript of this episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.