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"3 25 3 50" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Stay, eat dinner or officially toward here. Five stars we'll find some useful tips. This is in German. Do not buy back with Eddie and Rocky here on Friday. That's what we like to do about this time. Let's talk to this fella. John Batteries, Channel nine. Don't waste your money. So, John, let's jump right into it. There's a pickup truck shortage. Oh, man, This is bad and getting worse. And I tell you if you're somebody who he's a truck for work, or just was thinking of getting a new Ford F 1 50 because there Just so cool. You know, good luck with it. It's getting crazy stealers around the area. They're just disappearing from the lot. They're not getting him into a photo a card, So you really do have always trucks lined up like in the front and now it's like, you know, they have a little cars, the little you know little SUVs, and in fact, where's the trucks don't have trucks. Well, we hope to get a few in and it turns out That two or 3000 of these F one fifties are parked now with the Kentucky Speedway. We did the report on this earlier this week. In fact, we were the first to record it because we found something that pushed on Facebook and say, Why are all these brand new trucks? The Kentucky Speedway? So we checked into it. We contacted forward and they confirmed. Yeah. Can't get parts for him. They can't get computer chips. We gotta Park mall, so they're building these trucks with Louisville plant And instead of going to dealers, all the four dealers in the region. They're lining them up at the Kentucky State. Hey, at least the Kentucky speed White house and cars there, you know that. That's a good thing. They're actually paying rent, and that's pretty good, but it's sad. I mean, you go down there and it's like, Oh my God. There's like 3000 brand new Ford pickup trucks, all lined up in the parking lot of the Kentucky but you think it was tomorrow is very stay or something. There's all the sands pickup truck. I've been hearing about this chip thing, but Good Lord didn't realize it was that bad? Yeah, It's really hitting home now. You know, people have heard about it Now, for a few months, the chip shoulders who cares? You know, if I need a new iPhone, they got plenty of iPhones. Nobody's really noticing it until the dealers started having trouble getting the big SUVs and pickup trucks and that's what's happening out. Now, if you want a car, they got plenty of cars because People don't buy many cars these days. You know, they just want the biggest TV They want to pick up. But now if you're looking for a new pick up the big G M sees the Chevy Silverado. Ram and the Ford F 1 50. That's the worst sit there getting harder and harder to find. And then the flip side is where if I get like a two year old one Oh, man there, but it's expensive. Is the new ones last week? Yeah, Yeah, Some guy's been driving there for 20,000 miles passing gas in it, like, five times a day. I just thought I could get you know if I buy it. How many times did you actually fart in this vehicle? Yeah, I feel great. That's why my wife never wants a used car. My wife never want to use car if he goes, I know there was some big guy who drove this thing you know, and was eating big Italian sub sandwiches and then passing gas. Dad, you're overthinking a big failure. There's some things you just gotta I think when I walk into a restaurant, I don't start thinking about boy. How do they store the food like time? Do they ever pick up? Someone choose to not think about going into a restaurant and city gonna boo the God, I don't have any people have forwarded on this seat that I'm sitting in a godly I'm leaving aside. No, I do know that what he center. Ford has pickup trucks and stop because I was just there yesterday. But when it comes to the Here's What's interesting, though, too, is People want the bigger vehicles and things like that. And that we came a push one back when gas was like two bucks a gallon, and it's gone up like a buck since November. So you wonder some point as even Chevrolet canceled like the Chevy Cruze, the Malibu and all that people at some point are going to start one. War gas, economic cars right if gas starts going up again, and he hits 3 25 3 50. So only people gonna three think you know, getting those big expeditions and Yukons and Everything else is they Wait a minute. I need something smaller because you know, with gas down it to box or what was it last? You like a buck 75 Give me this. Give me the biggest. Give me the big Julia's biggest Humvee. I could drive gas is so cheap. It was like 30 bucks to fill up and now it's like you're 70 years like, Wait a minute, So it's real interesting to watch what happens to the gas prices. But yeah, they're selling the big SUVs. Now, This is interesting. The Cincinnati Auto Show the Auto Expo is going to right now again down at the Duke Energy Center. I tell you, it's great to see that back because it almost feels like normal times. You know, you go down there you walk around. You see all the cars and trucks That's like, oh, man, it feels like normal times. In fact, the only difference is Required. You don't wear a mask. So Yeah, Percy doesn't you know infuses the mask That's cool. But don't try to go in there because he's gotta have a mask on. But the thing is that they're missing some vehicles, and we're talking to the organizer's down there at the SNC Auto Dealers Association said. Yeah, some of the some of the hot vehicles that were headed here, especially the trucks. Got sold on the way Do you imagine after that? I got, like, you know, trailer truck hauling them in from Detroit. And it's like a skip the conventions that are we just pull this thing off the record there and I'll give you 50 Grand Five, right? Exactly. I like that one pulled it off there. I'm buying me. Let me go back this John when it comes to not getting the chips and what is this is like they can't find the precious metal. I'm sure it has something to do with Cove in or something but issue for sure they come. They come from Taiwan. When they come from Japan. They come from 18 in China, You know the usual suspects, and there was all these shipping delays Last year factory shut down due to Cove It didn't make enough in last year was no problem because people weren't buying that many cars and trucks. Now this year everybody got their steamy check. And that's the first thing they do. They go out of there by that 75 inch TV and they head Their local Ford Chevy or RAM dealer, T o by that truck, and so they can't keep up with the man right now. The other hot one is the Jeep Wrangler. You know, every other person now, once that four door Jeep Wrangler, those are certainly they have one. But there again, they're just starting to get a little bit tight. So, John quickly. What about Kroger with electronic cards? What are we talking about? Here? Yeah. Madura, Kroger, check it out. Pretty cool. They let us in to test them out and their electronic shopping cart that you scan all your items with as you go through the store, so you never interact with anybody. She scans stuff. Put it in. The cards can stuff that you use your credit card and you swipe it in the car. Here's a card reader in the cart. You've taken care of everything you don't understand. In any line, that's cool. That's what that is. Kind of my fate. I got on my Facebook page and wcpo dot com. Check it out, but they're just testing it. They're just testing it. They're testing. You know it. Hey, Come on, man. You know this was gonna happen here almost immediately and then? Very near future. All right, Check it out. Guys. Have a good weekend. Don't waste your money. Thanks, John. So, uh, I sound like that idea, though. Scanning your stuff Put in your cart. Obviously, you bag it yourself walk out. I feel like just like anything. No, it's it's going to solve one problem, but create other ones because you're gonna get some of the charge for something. Why didn't put I put this in my car, But then I took out and then it's still charged me. I don't know. I would love to go to the grocery store, and they had human beings working at the checkout lines. Come on. We'll get back to that. I like that, too. But here's the thing. And you know what really pisses me off when you go through those, Um Self scan lines and to me those things before, like, okay, I came in here to get A gallon of milk and eggs and some eggs and some doughnuts for tomorrow morning for breakfast. No, there's people there with those big giant shopping carts scanning themselves because They feel inconvenience because they go stand in line to have somebody checking out for him..
"3 25 3 50" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Dying may blend Troy like a vagina, turning down very crisp old town and buy it begins that 90 C trois in home and garden shows about the kick off their their leg before we get started with the Salvation Army radiothon brought to you by WNBC in the lovely mill, McMahon. You've got an announcement you You did give us a good hand. Yes. So we set a goal to be a $190,000 before home and garden kicked off And we are at $191,601.40. Thank you so much to Jared and Avon Heated a 26 by 12 Barbara and indeed 26 by 12. Caroline Zionsville 200 by 12 made the gifts just keep coming in. The need is great. We have a lot of work to do. Guys have a lot of people just to stop by. The humans just came in, and they brought in a whole box of Taylor's Bakery, Donuts Force, and Taylor's Bakery said no charge. So you got this is what I love about this Sully's but put on his headset and go to work with me. But it's the home and garden show And this is the community effort We've been waiting for for 51 weeks for you. We've got a good launch here at 191,000. There have been times when can I would take over at good. Good launch. I would say that's a great long Oh, my gosh. And this idea that we're going to get 225,000. We're going to 3 25 3 50. We might just set it right. Just your time is done. Let's just go. Half million. Let's just go. You know what We? The people the way they have been giving is it is phenomenal. This year, 2020 has been more remarkable to us spiritually than any year that I can remember in my 68. People are you know, I don't really like sitting so close to you. Why aren't we socially distance? Where you guys off Sassy over there with all that space, and I'm right here. Would you sit down? I now we weren't sure if you were gonna be here the whole time. You've had a lot of running around to deal I was working on the toilet this morning in the North Pole. Well, was also dripping in that seat, so he saved a lot of cookies. I can see that your attitudes already for the spirit of giving and holiday Merry Christmas past everybody calling right now so we can just switch over to Christmas music and 11. All right, let's hit our goal. Come on, everybody able. Avon. Let's go for a Von Way to get donations from Danville this morning. They started. We have a new We got a name on donations and right there $312 really just Anderson. Well, we should tell her buddy that this hour of the radio thon is brought to you by Michelle. It's our show sponsored. Oh, that is awesome. And you know they're over there Manning the phones and you know the byline right? The new palace. Pailin, fire floods, Life water life life happens right call Michela. Thank Michelle. Yeah, that's sort of what gets Michelle s. It's me. What is it? A 44 fix indeed. Make it Michelle. Us. All right. OK, so we wanted to mean when people switch it up on you. I know I've been doing that other tagline for, like, five years. And it's like all said, Hey, we got a new tagline saying, Okay, Well, hey, next Christmas, I'll have it down. You know who you are. You're that grouchy old guy that sits in his lawn chair in front of his garage door and says, Get off my grass seed. Get get down! I'm sweating right now. I'm a little nauseous. I'm running. I have been running around You. Okay? You're hot. But you're not sick. Because if you're sick, get out of here. No! No, I'm not sick at all. I'm I worked to 11 last night. We had the late train s O. I had five presentations. The last one at 10 30. All right, but the most important thing it's not about you, Danny Smith. It is about the Salvation Army. Where did that come from? Is about the Salvation Army, and I'm just skinning these notes here. One make a phone number. Where the hell is it? Where's the phone numbers? You know, I had it in front of you. Where did it go? You have in front of Danny. Do you want Do you want to? You want to be successful? Get the phone number in front of me. You know what? Here. I haven't even checked that yet. We left here at midnight last night. Where were you? You know what? Why didn't you restock the Christmas lights? You know what the shelves are depleted. I was stealing tarps 877. With that number. Go 8777173223877. 717 3223 I like to say it like you liking someone on the other end of the radio is writing it down. I gotta get my pad. I gotta.
"3 25 3 50" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Neil surveyed her. How do you do? So the trip to fan should be Shaking off right about now. Should be coming back to life. After Thanksgiving. The Story that I was telling. Before we took a quick break. There was about cooking. The first I'll come back forth as to how I was going to prepare my bird. I decided to do it. In the oven in the house instead of outside like I like to do for a couple reasons. One. It was a big bird. On and I wasn't quite sure I wanted to do a test run or something on the rotisserie for. I tried doing a bird that big and I have not done a bird that big Yeah. Dispatch cocked, uh, into over indirect heat, because that once you butterfly £20 bird it takes it's got a good span on it. S O. I thought when I was putting all this in my head, I thought, you know what I'll do is all roasted in the oven for a couple reasons, one of which would be the sensory responses that we get from that. And I haven't cooked the turkey inside my new oven. Um yet, and I thought I'll do that in Max. You know, Bax is going to be four on Monday. And so he's getting old enough to She really enjoy these things. And I thought, you know he should smell That wonderful smell of a turkey roasting in the oven like I remember my mom doing, you know, it's like I I smell it. It takes me back to a really wonderful place of being at home and having Mom cooking Thanksgiving dinner. So I said, I'll do it in there. I have been up till two in the morning the night before Thanksgiving. Getting some stuff done. Doing some food. Food Prep is well and then I had to wake up at 5 20 in the morning. Tau host Bill Handel shows that you every Thanksgiving morning so I had very little sleep. So after I got off the air, I prepped the bird of did my final prep of the bird, which is the patting down, trusting the legs, putting the wings underneath. On On it. So I do you use a compound butter and rubbed that all over the skin on the outside, and then I lift the skin and rub it all over the bird. Underneath. The bird had been dry brined. It was going to be juicy and lovely. I put all the aromatics of the cavity and at the base put my carrots in there. I used a Annapolis juice, put an apple juice and down at the bottom. Um, because I wanted to cook the carrots that way and then I would take the carrots and the onions and I put them together and it's served those of the side. Calculations, basically or this. We talked about this every year on the show. It's basically between 13 and 15 minutes. Pound when you roasting a turkey Depending on your temperature, man, and you want to be at you know 3 25 3 50 in there some people turning on hot at the beginning or turn on hot at the end or different things like that, but basically the roasting time. Main roasting temp rather is between 3 25 and 3 50. So I thought it's a big bird all put it at 3 50. That should be good. It's gonna be super moist as it is. It's got the brine. It's got the butter will be golden. Daddy needs to take a nap, so I'm gonna go. By now. It's 10 30 in the morning. I'm gonna go and I'm gonna lay down and take a nap till one. They'll come out because the calculation on a £20 bird is almost five hours. I got up. That one. And it was overdone. And some areas it was 1 80. 1 85 Now I normally take my turkeys out at about 1 55 1 60. So I was like, Holy hell. Because of the efficiency of this wolf and I have a duel, eh? I don't know what you'd call a dual energy. So my stovetop. Is gas. Yeah, but my oven is electric because electric Is more consistent now. I had to put in a special plug Fort because it's very high power. But, um It. It roasted so efficiently that it did about 11. Maybe 11.5 minutes per pound. That's insane. So that actually turned out very juicy because that's you know, that's the insurance policy When we talk about brining, I'm not a wet brain guy anymore. I think it's I think it's a pain in the ass, and I don't think that you could ever tell the difference. I'm a Dr Brian person. I think it's much easier to do. And I think the results are just as good, if not, maybe even a little better. So, um, really, it's salt. I know. A lot of people put herbs and different things like this, especially in the wet Brian, But the reality is because of the chemistry. Most of what's taking place is Theo Exchange of the salt. That's it. So I do the dry brine, Uh, a couple days ahead of time and all those things really helped out to keep the bird moist. But it was still overcooked. Go figure so every time You think that I'm you know, in that kitchen whizzing around, making everything wonderful. I'm stepping in it just like you all the time and learning things. I learned something massive about my oven and how freaking efficient it is. And this was like I said, the first time I've roasted in there because day to day with a small family heating up in oven. A large oven just doesn't make sense. We have a breath Vel, a really nice Preval, Toaster oven, and those things are great. They just they they, you know, heat up quickly, all of those things, so for smaller dishes and things that we do I use that most the time and then the stove top. So I was really blown away. And and it goes to show you that even when we give you guidelines here on the show that really nothing. Nothing is better than getting out that thermometer and checking it at certain intervals. You know, Now we're in a half in checking to see and then check it again Another half hour or so to see what the increment is. How is it heating up on D. That's how you learn your timing. That's how you get the rhythm of going. Okay. It's heating up out of 10 20. Um, degrees every so often. Whatever it is, and you you're gonna you're starting to know when it's gonna cook. So we all learned something so technically gets a failure to me and I'm confessing. Because I should've hit that temperature. God forbid, I get a nap around this place. But it was a win because of the preparation that we've talked about before brining your bird In this case of Dr Bright and putting that butter, adding moisture to those things saved me from what could have been a very, very dry turkey. On a bummer, and the skin came out nice and crunchy, taking the breasts off separately. And then you cut them with wise is a great way to get a nice piece of skin on every single piece, maybe all post a picture. But I hope that you had all success and no failure. Failures Stick around. It is the fourth report Daniel's favorite cake. If I am 6 40. Let's get the latest news now and they're making in the cave. I newsroom..
"3 25 3 50" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Com features a wealth of information on vehicle batteries from choosing your next battery with their car battery selector to installation and recycling. We've got a caller that's been waiting a while. So let's go right to the phones and talk to Jeff. Jeff, you're on the under the hood show. First caller out of the gate. What do you got for us? Well, I don't really have any problems with my 2006 Chevy up Lander of gas. About 340,000 miles on it call just to brag. I'm trying to brag, but I also have. Ah, Actually, there's regular maintenance. It goes into that, and I'm wondering. What is the My wife and kids were on me to get a new vehicle. I mean, when one of the factor of putting too much money into it or standard repairs as compared to buying a new vehicle, and then I do have a little question about my transmission. What should I be looking out for? What should I? What should be my variables toe Look to get a different vehicle. How many miles are on it? 340,000. I put about 700 to 1000 on it'll be okay. First vault. It's time, but You, Khun. You have some have some wiggle room here to wait. I mean, you don't need it now, but she's safe the money and leave it on the side of the road when it goes to the wife and kids were right. Just might be time to get it. How money transmissions do you put in this? It's still the first transmission. Actually, Ijust put spark plugs in it for the first time a couple of months ago and never had an engine either. I was, like, forever way we've never heard of such a thing on the lander. You save your money. Just keep saving your money. And when it goes that don't literally leave it on the side of the road, But leave it there. Call it a truck and send it to another recycler Because I valued it. It books for $38. So every gas I double the value of it. Yeah, you, you, you You have a time bomb waiting to go off. You got your treasure Ugo, but see, he's putting so much perspective right there with regular maintenance. And that many miles on this every day. I'd expected to go longer because it's completely burning everything out of the engine, one of them when it's getting warmed up like that. It's completely warming it up. It's warm and dry and snuggly in the crankcase. It's It's going to help it last longer, and it doesn't have as much load. Being on the road with those miles as it does stop and start so it could last a lot longer. The highest up lander. That engine design I've seen go was like three. 3 25 3 50 somewhere in that that we saw with a customer that came into our place, and they put an engine in it. But that was that was that was like an old seven and this would have been like 2013 2014 So the car was still in pretty good shape in there like this is what I'm using it for, And then they had put a transmission on the thing a couple years earlier. Otherwise they probably wouldn't have done the engine. The only stuff I've had to do is the biggest expense was. I had an actuator motor go out. On the heater coil wantto take the dash. You know how that goes. It's like a room. That's a lot of miles. I think about that was 150,000 miles ago. So yeah, start saving the money that you haven't been making on repairs for something else because it isn't worth replacing wheel bearings and those types of things Well, if the engine's sound of it that the things that are going to take out that engine of this many miles if it sounds good, If it's quiet, there's no rattles from the timing. Chain Timing change last A couple 100,000 on those They don't like to go 300. But if it's in that good of shape, it can be checked. They could grab ahold of the balance on the front, turn it back and forth and feel where the timing chain slack is. It doesn't have a lot of slack there. The intake gaskets would be what would kill the engine when they fail. It's going till I say if you're not using any oil, it's not consuming any Anna Freeze or, you know, from the From a gasket. It's going to be a gasket failure that'll transport transmissions shifting, shifting. Well, you're not getting any codes for you know, Max adapt or anything like that. I I would say that at that point, I would consider still maintaining things. What with the miles he has on it. If he's not going to spend 8 900 bucks to put into gaskets on it. When they go or now is preventative maintenance. A bottle of case seal in the engine would be great. So you've got nothing wrong with it. But if it starts to break down a little bit Instead of it dying Now it may be It might go another year because that's in his wife's going to be so happy to hear that you spent 10 bucks and then another year and I got another year. But, you know well during college, there's there's no reason you couldn't pick up a set of if you're if you're wheel bearings go bad. You know, Kardashian part a used will bearing We put lots of use wheel bearings on with 100,000 miles and they go another 100,000 miles. They just they just last, But he's too. You've got 300 some on yours. So they're out so you could it could be affordable for you. And it's even something. You know If you can change a spark plug you Khun Change the wheel bearing pretty much It's that doesn't usually require a lot of heavy tools. Unless you've been in a lot of rust areas with that thing drive and you could have some corrosion. Be harder to get on. Just going flat out. Answer your question. Based on what you're telling us and the charmed life that you're living. I think it would be fair to still spend small repairs. Because that budget dollars to replace that vehicle with something of similar size similar passenger capacity. You're going to be spending a lot of money you're going to spend in, you know, 10 $20,000 to find something to replace it most likely with low enough miles. You can put these kind of with Mel she's putting on So I think it does make some sense yet to do. Certain repairs. But if you did have a more major repair combat you you've already know the answer. Incident. Trans. No, you just You gotta stop problem muffler wheel bearings and if the vehicle itself is in good physical condition and doesn't show rust We've seen people fix him, But I did. It would not be normal. Jeff, thanks very much for the call. If he had been socking away all of like the average find out what Thea blander costs over the life of the average up lander and put all of that money away could just buy a jet and fly his kids.