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"autoweek" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

08:52 min | 5 months ago

"autoweek" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Told you I told the the people that I got I learned on three different occasions that quote it's probably just that heat shield rattling is definitely not was not God. What was it on in the delica the he quote Heat Shield. Rattle was actually one of the bolts that hold the alternator on achieve. The alternator almost coming off now I got there in time and nothing happened, and now I'm like he takes. Sixty dollars or something sheep but yeah, I was like, Oh my God because you know when you buy diesel from ninety one yeah. Yeah you expect some clever you. fucking crazy. You know what? Of course? And then I took it to this other place. I went to a website called delicate USA dot com, which helps you find parts for delicate very useful resource. All Ten of you are gathered right What God is the US equivalent part numbers Japanese partner is really helpful a lot of sharing but then it has recommended tex regions Oh. Nice. So I, which is in theory helpful use the L. One and it was. We're not going to do that. Okay. Okay. So Z. Expert and he fixed he fixes alternator bolt that was coming out and. Dude smooth nice out a diesel from ninety one is not supposed to with that must. Be A, mild clatter. I mean, I totally understand how how like the yeah. You would expect it to clatter. So you never know when you buy an old car what's normal? Yeah, right exactly. Exactly. Yeah. because. They do that say everybody you do. They do that when what is broken? From, the factory. Broke. and. I was just talking to spike in Sucker in about this on their podcast because they claim that there's a really big difference between restored to new and actually new so like they'll buy cars though by a car, you know these guys are fucking made. Literally like an eighty nine portions. Eleven thousand miles on it. And it'll be all the money and then over here, they'll have another one. More miles but it was restored right and he says, they don't drive anything a lot interesting. Yeah. Well, he says that there's there is no replicating the feeling of a low mileage car no kidding. He said you can't do it cannot restore. That's why they bring the money like superior or is it just says he says it's a superior experience and I say, I say I'm like guys why are you put miles in these cars? Why are you buying these Super Low Marquardt and they said that's the point they. Can't enjoy. All right. So I want to personally enjoy miles ten, thousand and twenty thousand. Cost, money. I. Bet. It goes back to bushings like probably the stock bushings are made in different process different like polymers and everything now, they probably improve them so even if they're not or quote. Still going to be like a little bit more interesting. Very interesting when I occasionally I've got Alex Roy's nine eleven downstairs. Okay and it's an eighty seven just like mine. Okay. They left his car left the factory within a couple of months of mine. Nice with very similar option packages accepted his target. And Mine is now a fucking safari. Motor. Show, it's totally yeah when I drive his. Put a couple of miles on his keep things moving. She asked me to do. Okay. Okay. That's fair. Brow like Oh and so easy. It's pretty low mile a hundred thousand miles but like it's I mean for for a driver, right? It's not it's not one of these spike level cars like to it's like. It's just. So I'm like, Oh, I could daily right and I could daily without feeling like I was sacrificing. Daily Original. what do you got going on at work anything interesting happening. At the Jalopy Yeah. We got a new boss Roy Caroline from autoweek show. Okay, give us an update on what it is like to work at Jalopy man. Yeah. Little little inside baseball action yeah. So inside baseball. So it's been interesting obviously like the fucking media is crazy right now and like. July nick was very you know like regular old. Click ads dependent and the when that dried up. They. Challenging. So at the beginning of this year yeah. Yeah basically. So practically speaking it's been it's been pretty much the same. It's just kind of like a log on to your blogs and you can see there. But. It's been a real challenge on A. Level, just like giving shit about the news in two thousand, twenty about car. News. Specific Zach's laughing over there but but I think it's Wrong no, it's funny and sad way. Obviously, we got cova going on like my wife and I are always like she really wants to move back to new. York. I'm like, Fuck No. So we've got this constant headbutting and how this just turned into a therapy session bt dubs, right we're. Here. I got all these cars at home and I'm like I. got to. Get One trying to sell I'm trying to create, of New, York Andrew or your friend of Utah. It's funny because I literally. I literally was in therapy this morning and we have same conversation that's so fun. I have therapies well, it's yeah. No, it's good. I WANNA. Encourage it but it's good for you. and. It's crazy to be like we got this election coming up and we got talking yeah, this virus and it's like but yeah. jeeze wagon ear. Your GPS got a new way. Rebel trx is coming on I don't feel talk. About really does it's really it's really challenging but at the same time it like people need a distraction people in the entertainment and we're here to provide that and it's like man I gotta get over my hidden and make some some entertainment for the people. Well, you got I mean you gotTa take carrier fucking. And I it's I totally understand e existential dread. It's tough and you know I I love my job and I'm glad. To continue doing it and there's people who've written me really nice notes been like I'm stuck at home. For one, hundred, hundred and eighty minutes a week on the podcast. And that's great and I really appreciate that. But like it's a little weird to be like Ha. Fascism's here, but would you like to know how the New Ferrari drives? I know it's freaky Bizarre Weird thing to complain about it because it's like, oh, I just had a new nine eleven targa and just like well, there's a new reality show where people go to a ski chalets. Only one of the the instructor. because. I. Think by the time that came out of your mouth. fucking. IDEA. But it's cold. That's interesting. That's called Cock patrols. Hottest. No, it is. It's hard. Feel are you know what I've really noticed recently that? Is Divide between. People that could be described as extremely online and people that could be described as not particularly online degree and what's really interesting about that and I don't mean interesting a good way. Is, is people who intend to cause harm and disruption and strife online. Having so much plausible deniability with their methods when viewed by people who are not extremely online. Examples include the letter q the Okay Symbol Oh my kids. That if you're trying to explain to someone who is not extremely online that these people are making fucking white power signs and you know that white boy in the Polo shirt that cut looking kid is actually just saying he's okay with what's going on right now as if anyone twenty twenty makes okay. Signs in fucking photos and so so when I try to talk about what's going on and how the Internet. Is being weaponized. And how people who choose to use the Internet to weaponize are able to signal to each other that they're on the same team while others who are not so familiar with what's going on in dark corners of the web would go what do you mean of run? A FROG is a symbol. Right. That friendly police commissioner just had accused behind him just because. You know what I mean. There's so much plausible deniability. It's all this doublespeak. Yeah, and and and when people who are extremely online and see what's going on where so stressed about.

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Connecting The Dots {Part 1 of 3}

The Mindful Minute

09:48 min | 10 months ago

Connecting The Dots {Part 1 of 3}

"Hello my friends. Welcome to your meditation practiced today and today I'm bringing something. Perhaps perhaps counterintuitive to the moment and I hope incredibly useful to the moment so perhaps you have noticed like I have bad my days feel like they have a new mental rhythm to them in this time of Cova. Nineteen I find myself in the sort of cyclical all consuming thoughts that take the shape of very intense planning so for me very often. My thoughts sort of cycle through. What kind of schoolwork or am I creating for my children win? Am I going to get my work done? When is my partner going to get his work done? Where will we work within the house? When are we going to eat? What are we going to eat? who do I need to call and check on? I should probably start making a list. Dot Dot died. Repeat Repeat Repeat and for others that I've talked with. They too are noticing a new way of thinking. And although it's not like mine. It is similar in that it feels cyclical and all consuming. And maybe those thoughts go. Oh my God. I can't deal with us. I need to lay down. I can't make another decision. I don't know the answer. Somebody decide for me. Somebody tell me what to do. And both of these responses are completely natural and innate stress responses so they're totally normal right. Both this idea of I'm going to obsessively and even aggressively plan as a way to try and take control of this moment or I'm going to shut down completely. Throw my hands up in the air. And completely disengage because it's too stressful to do otherwise both of these mechanisms keep us trapped. They keep us trapped in our thoughts and stuck living only in our actual heads as if there was no body but me Beneath these giant brains of ours right just ahead and up here things get very tight they get very small they very narrow and there is no joy here and so. I brought an invitation for us today. An invitation to remember and appreciate beauty in this moment and before. I go too deeply into it. Let me just say this this is not to diminish your experience of this pandemic. This is not to shame or suggest you are doing anything wrong by feeling something other than happy. It's not to create the appearance that meditation somehow takes the stress away. And you won't feel anything joy in this moment I can tell you for a fact. That's not true and and I believe that we have to keep living in this moment. There are these memes right now. Going around I really struggle with them one of the ones. I've seen recently as like a dumpster on fire with the with the word. Twenty twenty under it as if this whole year should just be written off in thrown away. It's not that I don't understand that sentiment. Certainly I do. This is a brutal year for us and we only get this one wild and precious life to quote Mary. Oliver and I'm not about to dump a whole year into the garbage and I don't want you to do the same. So today we're going to awaken the census or going to awaken our sense of awe and reacquaint ourselves with beauty. I was reminded recently that one of the things that makes us uniquely human is first our capacity capacity for curiosity and second our capacity to feel two seemingly conflicting emotions in the exact same moment. Yes this is a painful moment. Yes this is a scary moment and beauty still exists here. The weather's been beautiful recently. Right Gorgeous here and as I've been out on walks in our neighborhood I have seen. I WANNA say every single house near me people outside gardening raking trimming the lawns. Maybe mulching just getting their hands in the dirt and certainly. I'm sure it's because some people are bored being at home and have the time. And there's something inherently beautiful about working with the earth. There's something worth savoring. In that moment. As I walked yesterday I listened to a podcast about astronomy the birth and the death of stars and I could feel myself almost wanting to weep with the expansiveness of that discussion. The reminder of something so much bigger and grander than this one moment we find ourselves stuck in and I was reminded of perhaps one of my all time favorite teaching stories and I know many of you have heard me share the story before and I hope that you find it. It's worth repeating so this story is actually a social science experiment that the Washington Post put on a little over a decade ago and they decided to put a violinist down in the DC metro station. Subway station at morning rush-hour. They were curious to see how many people would stop and listen to beautiful music when they were on their way to work but they didn't put just anybody down there. They put Joshua Bell Down There. Who's perhaps one of the most famous and well regarded villainous of our times and he was playing his multimillion dollar violin. He played three of the most difficult pieces of violinists can play the night before he even sold out the Boston Symphony Hall at over one hundred dollars a ticket and so down into the subway station he went morning rush-hour Autoweek Day and he played for forty five minutes. Something like a little over a thousand people walked by and seven people stopped seven. None of whom stopped for more than two minutes. The question posed in this experiment was win. We are on our way somewhere when we have plans. Can we appreciate beauty? And I think the answer must be yes. We must find a way to appreciate beauty. If we want our lives to have a sense of fullness to them and so we're going to awaken our senses in today's practice. This is the formal practice and maybe feels a little small or little insignificant just to connect into sound and sight and taste touch. But it's this practice. Our trust in these practices begin to unfold in our day to day moments so that we can be out for a walk and the scent of spring in the air or we can be stuck on our ten thousand conference call of the day and appreciate the daylight streaming through the window. Sometimes when we awaken our senses and meditation practice. What we feel isn't necessarily joyful. Sometimes we might feel pain. Fear sadness and learning to let it be allows us to save her are censorial experiences. If we're quick to shut one down were quick to shut them all down. So let's sit today and if you need to cry you cry if you need to laugh laugh if you need to smack the floor and rage than you do that too and we trust that. We have the capacity to hold conflicting emotions in the same moment we can feel rage and appreciate beauty. We can feel stress. Fear heartbreak and appreciate beauty.

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"autoweek" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

13:30 min | 1 year ago

"autoweek" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"Going to lose it for sure so so it Lieutenant Janssen checks number eighteen and pass it on a dare era and eighteen all okay and seventeen. Does the same thing goes so goes on up to me to number two and number three men they had a special responsibility of turning on electrical switches and pulling toggles. Come drop the bundles. Underneath the aircraft there was six of them and they weighed three hundred pounds each so that's eighteen hundred pound a plus one on the door at the signal of the Red Light. Well we all stood up hooked up and checked equipment equipment and closed up tight so with all the equipment we had. It was a pretty tight squeeze in there but eighteen men standing. We were travelling. Ed One hundred two hundred seventy six miles an hour and a self sailing gas tanks. The good possibility billeted machine gunfire was coming up through the bottom of the aircraft. But I wasn't positive about dad because I didn't feel any bullets. Changing my plumbing after they command stated in the door put my lift whole outside of the aircraft at the orange and two hands on either side of the door and the squadron just a little bit so two hundred seventy six miles an hour prop last At excessive speed. We can't can't jump at that. Excessive speed we jump between ninety and a hundred miles an hour. We're doing nearly twice. That sold lieutenant. Jansen make communication with not yet pilot and ask you to slow down. That didn't happen. And about that time I was doing a a rectangular core of a of an anti-aircraft for explode about a thousand feet so it looks like we're going right through it now. You know about the crickets. Yes we need to explain blade anything there. Each person had a cricket and you clicked it once and the response had to be two clicks response would be one. Click Click at once Listen another click. Then we'd move toward that. Click with two clicks. I begin to three clicks six. By the time we got fourth or fifth clicks. We were might have been standing within ten yards of one. Another as re green light went on and injury red light goes out in the white light is out the. I stepped outside the door and I was in a crouched position and the aircraft went up about fifty fifty feet because the eight hundred pounds of low underneath year kraft was a good release for and I was an squatting position so when I stepped out my left arm got caught in the lower left hand corner of the door because I was squeezed. Tight brought my shoulder. Blades leads together and assume the right position so I swung out from from swung back in and hit the side of the aircraft swung out again and back in again and I turned just enough to get my arm loose and I got a two hundred eighty five dollar Hamilton wristwatch which was real prize in and got ripped off so probably some good Frenchmen founded and kept it as a souvenir head. My Name Printed Ritter Donor. Also so I made about two or three oscillations and Hit the ground ruling in a pretty good position rolling forward for all the equipment I had on a museum. Beg came up in front of me. The reserve parachute was in the way. I couldn't see where I was what I was doing. But a anew extensively what to do our tried to hit the safety Basically equipment released all the metal clasps. Release at Wigan. Step right out of it. That didn't work so like opened up my doubles zipper under my Chin and pulled out my switchblade knife and started cutting through it number. Two intriguing men came up and and and We'll we got together and they had a mortar. We cross the small canal and got on the decomposed granite road my the clicker for the most part. Shell out of my Zipper Pouch and I never did find so we use the other guy. We heard a few clicks and waited and waited about five or six minutes about six guys came up from our our left Dow. The they've jumped number one zero nine in the direction of the flight of the aircraft number ten through eighteen would jump Properly and in reverse their Direction of flight and return to a particular midpoint. That never did happen. We were spread over. wrote a couple hundred square miles ending. The company never got together for an entire week. I did see the company commander per week and a half. So we played cat-and-mouse. Yeah we had a lot of fun destroying communications as best we could everywhere we could and our major objective was to take sank. mcmurray Dumond for twenty German tanks from coming in and disburse all of the German sixth and First Parachute Infantry regiments. Now one of them wasn't listen. Carrington one baton wasn't carried on one was another one wasn't very air and the other one was moving away from beachheads didn't find what they wanted in probably reestablished a strong point w five with Louis German. Lieutenant were Janke in there. They had left. We call goliaths. A A radio operated in four wheeled vehicle Hundred pounds of explosives one when the beach forces came in. They were surprised by that date. You shot it up at explosion. Lotions went off. They got rid of those in a hurry. What kind of resistance did you run into immediately? Nothing I landed a For the most part On Drop Zone D the northern section of drop zone and a a dry ground and the cut my way out number two and three man came up and then after we group together her Marching down the road in good of formation I saw farmhouse about fifty yards off the side of the road and decide. We shouldn't investigate debt. We add more hand-grenades. We had German so I took Floyd Martin to the front door of the house and I told him the floyd don't beat on the door like Villa America. Just just knock wanted like a gentleman and set the rest of around to the House of case we're germs he powder on it new good. Hear that noise this from Canton to send mirrored lease and a Frenchman within thirty seconds. Berry blase about everything that had been occupied for four five years. I came to the door and he was arrested along white nightgown from shoulder to floor. He had a nightcap with a little low puff ball of cotton on the end of a dangling over one side of his face and it had a dish with a lighted candle in it now now. What does that remind you of the initials in English play or CD Charles Dickens? Yeah what's the name of the play. Christmas Carol Air Right Right. You've got it Christmas Caroline. I saw that and I started to laugh and I suddenly realized that I was making a mistake. Because how's my mind was carried away from joy of situation of sitting in it asserted watching the Christmas Carol Alarm actually in enforcing force my way under combat will immediately brought myself back into realization of of the situation right be understood so we pushed him aside and put the Oh. You're maps on the floor and said Korean John About five times. Nick pointed in several directions. And and in the meantime his wife right game in the same way we they indicated. We're not going to harm do anything. We want her work here in town and we can get out of here though. He lifted talk about thirty seconds. Returned with eight rounds of ammunition gave us six and they kept to and so off. We went and assembled and the other story is where we went and what we did in how we did it but that takes a long time. Because we hella weaned that night at what point did did you realize that the allies had secured the beach. Hats well my second lieutenant as a platoon rafter was head volunteered to a oh lead a a platoon to protect general Taylor. And after it landed of General Taylor gave him a strict order of moving to Causeway four which was a raised roadway that led to the English Channel parallel our little to the dude river and make contact with the beach forces coming in he did that and the point of contact attack by time wise was a level five. Am June sixth. Net has been miss recorded of several several times so I would reaffirmed. Then from his words it was eleven o five and he made contact and the rejoined US little bit later. We flat for thirty seven days playing cat-and-mouse and destroying communications everywhere. We could and organizing or group so we had three twenty six to three twenty and seven the glider infantry people this we had Five or six people probably one or two five to regimental a UH of paratroopers so it was a mixed bunch and we did. We were supposed to do and we did it in a hurry. How long did it take you to find your unit Eh? About a week a week to a week and a half. They were spread to some ninety miles away. Company commander jumped with five or six guys and was able to pull them together as a as a squad. Here's a craft company commander cap leading quarter sticks men and so they moved a during the night and settled in in hiding in the day before we jump generalizing Arlen mentioned came to was an in an no water. No how creative we were. He wants creativity and he wandered will have how much doug there isn't a fight. And how much fight arisen the dog so we told him not to worry about it though. We're here to do respond to do. He indicated while he was worried about eighty percent. You've been killed the actual. The the number was thirty eight. That most part didn't make it after he left the takeoff et Cetera and the jump and then maneuvered around leaving the little farmhouse and and to stop for thirty seven thirty seven days. Doing doing all kinds of things that we wanted some individually Some collectively but the we move move fast and the creativity was important Because there were not many vehicles in Normandy mostly card carrying ammunition so as to plant a mind in the center of the road road with a vehicle If the driver saw it he had stopped and investigate but moving with a cartload with condition And he saw a covered with horse manure. He'd pay no attention to it and drive right over. The explosion occurred and and That car and the soldiers would be destroyed so that kind of hit and run activity of the the French farmer for the most part were ver- Appreciative of what we were doing. They gave us milk and cheese and bread and we hit out as we could. We could move during tonight so it took about autoweek who week and a half to assemble. So I've read from Stephen Ambrose and others that the ingenuity the adaptability the improvisation Asian of the American soldier was really one the day. Oh Yeah we did. We did things from the from our organization up to including and beyond combat bad experimental innovative creativity was the key factor had carried right on the facto. Who are battalion officers in training in Camp Nicola and From Fort Benning on Put the chaos in front of us almost every other day and the idea was to get US tuned in to get frightened brother get frightened and and then grab a hold of your courage from your.

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"autoweek" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"autoweek" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Maybe making <music> grass bluegrass blunder in in russian. I don't know but better lease seriously this. Is you know it's not just about jobs. In the state of north carolina or the state of texas or the state of colorado are these states. Donald trump stole money from the military construction projects projects. Our readiness spent the defense of this country and wooden lindsey graham just up in arms. If barack obama had tried to fool military funding for all lindsey graham's constant war beating the drum and bravado over how looming national security threats red. He certainly isn't raising protests now. He doesn't really care if donald trump does it also with north carolina i would like to point out that trump only one north carolina by three points so he's probably gonna be a drag on thom tillis already senate race. I would think that an eighty million polian dollars from military readiness and construction to north carolina in kentucky so mitch mcconnell's challenger amy mcgrath who is <hes> an incredible candidate also retired marine and combat pilot. This probably will be very good information for her to stay <hes> share with kentucky voters. I about exactly how much mitch has helped them out. You know you guys have hit the politics right on the head. I mean this is this is political suicide in some ways for for the folks who are running in those states so there's the political question but then there's the moral question that the total number of dollars taken from those states do not equal the total amount taken who puerto rico yeah and so you have the political issue on this side and then you have the moral issue the issue. Did you think when you took that loyalty pledge and when you you made a fool of yourself lindsey graham schilling for this president. Did you really think he was going to pay back right but you know what i think. That's i think that's absolutely right but you know puerto. Autoweek has not bounced back. They are still struggling. We hit we saw the effects and devastation of hurricane maria puerto rico to take four hundred million dollars dollars from them because you don't think that they're americans because it's consistent with the racist underpinnings of the wall in the first place when you so there's the political issue and then there's the moral. I think we need to keep both of those issues coming up. Welcome back to morning showers. It's thursday september fifth still with us. We have mike barnicle all former aide to the george w bush white house and state departments elise jordan and professor at princeton university eddie gloves junior joining the conversation former u._s. senator now an n._b._c. news and m._s._n._b._c. political analyst claire mccaskill and we welcome to the table democratic presidential candidate mayor pete pete buddha judge of south bend indiana. Have you back on it could be we have so much fun watching your campaign. You're just the best political athlete we've seen in a long time. Did i see picture of you on the subway last night you going around seventy yesterday to the quickest way to get around. This is the quickest way ah sometimes it's now on the right if we admire pete new york to subways and probably will how's the gallon. It's good you know we're entering. You can just feel with labor day. We're in a different stage of the campaign so now's when the ground game really become central. We're opening twenty the offices in twenty days across iowa a bunch of offices opening up around new hampshire getting more and more organizers on the ground. I think about one hundred in iowa and it's fun. I mean the a summer's fun you can do. The fares certain but in a way i think now is when a lot of the folks who have not been there for the blow by blow following brian in with every one of the two dozen or so candidates. This is when a lot of other folks are starting to tune in and you could feel something starting to gel even if a lot of people don't make up their minds till the last few days crowds. Were picking up yet for sure. We did an office opening in iowa city. We're gonna have a few you know figured. Maybe we'll get one. Hundred people come here when we opened the office. One eight hundred people ed move it to a park and so people are tuning in certainly for our campaign..

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"autoweek" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"autoweek" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"Oh you have to you have to go the seven eleven and buy a calling card then you can you can get your betting tips from Scotty and place your wager tyler ankle as just won his first gander trucks victory after Brett Moffitt rat a gas really really so the eighteen year old driver <hes> has I wind comes in his twelfth start of his career Tyler Tyler and come from the he's the last year's Cain n pro series East champion so do you think that and now everybody's GonNa write nasty articles about him and how Nascar she'd give the win to <hes> wait who ran outta guess about Brett Mouth Oh that the NASCAR should give the win the Brett Moffitt because he had some bad luck. Actually it looks like <hes> Yep that article has just gone up and it says Ankara M- that's more like a website thing that doesn't mean a modem can't drive a race car. No that's all right by the way the race was raced in front of ten than ten people. Can we talk about the crowd Daytona by the way it's terrible. I mean it wasn't like they had to reschedule. The race for a Monday was rescheduled for a Sunday and fifty five people showed up for the Sunday race but because of the seedings eatings it made it look like they're brilliant. They are brilliant way that they made all of those seats different colors because it is so hard to tell him a pullback shot especially in the overhead whether those are people with different colored shirts on or whether they're just trying to fool everybody and it is the latter not former former Yup good good job for Ankara. I cannot wait until Nick Bromberg and autoweek right angry articles about them about him. I can't wait till he gets xfinity deal. Because of this you know we are in Kentucky. <hes> we all thankfully. I'm not only I'm where you should have been the first time all year. I'm not in frigging Kentucky and now the race is there. The race is good. I gotTA bring up the the paint schemes paint schemes. Yes there's some they got rid of the schools. I told you it was a mistake. I knew it was a mistake. The best part of it was the scroll are all about their cheap clicks if they can't get it like this latch. Wait wait slag show scrolls her back. I'm able to get the scroll the Scroll here hang on. Let me let me click on all I got the scrolls in life is on the Kentucky and see if I get the scroll east to hang on L.. Oh my God I got the scoreless to you got. The scrolling got the scrolling thing ever. This is Oh my school is in this race including five from spire motorsports. Oh scoreless scroll button do born. Oh why <hes> why why if the thirty seven car is sponsored by planners to they have a horse behind it like it's like it's sponsored by the Kentucky Derby or so. That's that's that's the actual that's actually just the graphics department at Nascar Oh literally but then they realize it's a race horse right. It's sticky that is Churchill's down logo yeah yeah. Do you think the got permission used that they probably did not they didn't it would be like us using the NASCAR logo. I you know we we could but we get in trouble. We're still had this NASCAR. Rumble video gained so much yeah. It didn't sell it all we could. We should've kept that name and made them a force us to take it off the thing David Komi days so looking through the paint scheme preview. What do you like what you like? Let's quit hope and that number of seventy seven listen you win a race to get sponsors. They're not in that trap black no they're in blue and white and lighter blue and orange in the go parts DOT COM Chevrolet <hes> <hes> Alex Poem the Children's Hospital one that looks pretty Nice looks pretty sweet. The we're the of the week Ryan tricks in the Florida Georgia line car. Oh God have to see that where by just a red car that says Florida Georgia line. I'm pretty sure they're on the hood. They are the worst man they decorate but the thing is they're profitable. They've got bars. Nash true that is true. You know what it is. Not About. Your talent is all about the marketing skills. I guess they got spire. motorsports.

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"autoweek" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

11:57 min | 1 year ago

"autoweek" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"But for now we're gonna go to the western hotline, and bring in from autoweek and short-track seen met Weaver, joins us on the line. Matt, it's Buchanan here in buffalo. Great to talk to you once again, my friend. Absolutely eight thousand gone doing well in you're deep in the heart attacks us this weekend for the truck series and IndyCar series race. And we were talking about that just before we had you on, and quite the race last night there for the IndyCar series and some great strategically. Thereby Penske racing to help their driver juice. Joseph new garden. Get the win last night. Yeah. I thought it was a great race from every perspective. I thought there was great strategy. I thought they was really good action. There was a stage of the race where it seemed time of stretched out. I mean I know at one point Ryan Honore had a five second lien. You're really paying attention to the race. He only had a huge lead because he screwed up. He was actually behind on strategy, and he needs to make an extra stop. So sometimes, and this is part of a larger conversation and racing. You've got to look a little bit deeper to understand what's really happening in a race. I think once you kind of follow all the storylines from last night's race. That was that was a great race in my opinion. And then by the end while once the strategy played out we still got a close finish there at the end to with Rossi challenging new garden. But it just seemed like map that the outside line wasn't as strong as maybe some of the drivers hoped. You know, we saw VH and Hinchcliffe, tagged the wall on the outside coming off, turn to and outside of Colin heard the outside line wasn't working for a whole lot of drivers last night. Yeah, that's kind of the byproduct of two different things. One, the reconfiguration has really eliminated L sideline. And also the new pavement. I mean the track is starting to age a little bit. Still just not, you know, coming in the way that a lot of drivers would like it to. This has been a crazy stretch for IndyCar. I, I know it happens every year but it's just remarkable in just the span of a couple of weeks. They race the Indianapolis five hundred you know their biggest race of the year. They go to Detroit run a couple of street course races. And then a mile and a half, what they call superspeedway race Texas last night, just what, what a crazy grueling stretch for the IndyCar season right now with these four races in the books. One hand. I agree. And I'm like, yeah, it's pretty crazy. It's pretty intense on the other both of us have been enough time around the NASCAR guys to realize they were pretty much thirty eight out of like orgy weeks here. But the difference is, of course, obviously, for the most part, most of the IndyCar teams are not staff the same way that the NASCAR guys are the infrastructure is not as dirty. Asker guys are so yeah, he's our gas. I've got a lot of friends over on the Indy-Car paddock side on the team side. And and those guys right now. They are looking forward to bothers a weekend because it's their first real break in about two two and a half months don't even look at the the racing. These guys are working really hard to get ready for the Indy five hundred and it's just a very strenuous part of the schedule. We rejoining us from autoweek last kind of IndyCar thought here, you know, coming out of this stretch in all the points that these guys could have earned over the last four races. It is new garden and Rossi here at the top of the standings. And they're not the only two in the race right now. But it shapes up even if it was just coming down to the two of them it's going to be an exciting championship battle here in the second half of the season with these guys. Obviously, there's a couple of other drivers still in the hunt, you know, willpower and Ryan hunter Ray, but I would. Mind. See Rossi new garden inside the championship this year. Yeah. Same I wouldn't either. I'll say this. I think that we're probably getting, really, really close to the point where this is probably Joseph new garden championship to lose. I think most people would agree that Alexander Rossi, if not the most exciting driver in the sport might be pound for pound the most talented team is a little bit stronger right now than, than Andretti, autosport. I think overall the Chevy package is a little bit more a little bit better than the Honda package. And I think that it's going to probably take a screw up happening by the two team to allow the twenty-seven to, to really take the championship battle to the new garden. And Penske, you were there for the truck race there in Texas to unfurl night. And just give me your thoughts on Greg, biff, I guess, coming out of retirement to dry for Cowboys motor sports on Friday and get the truck series win. How crazy? Is that right? Forgive a in the winter and how memorable that was listen, that was not a could raise. It was not a it was not a traditional barn burner. But it was it was wild. It was a tornado guys were crashing. Every eight to ten laps the restart as always in the truck series were hectic and crazy. And you've got a lot of young drivers who who were making mistakes that allow you to veterans in Greek biff evil and Matt crafts and to race for the win there at the end. It was interesting to me, because rig people's last couple of starts in the truck series was the beginning of crafts and full time career in the truck series. And if you go back and look at the of the paint schemes and you look at them the racists, from two thousand one season there is crashes driving Thorpe sport number eighty it's remarkable. How how little some things change in the sport. But good for break that, bull man. I mean this guy has. Has been laid off now for two and a half years got the call from cow Bush. Get one of his friends. A ride in a NASCAR national touring series. And right now, you know, he looks just like he did when he left and this is a guy was a lot of talent. One of the smartest guys in the sport. And it was good to have him back in the garage. More than anything else. So so good for him. And it was funny because the wind came on the heels, of course. Greg driving for Kabul motorsports. Kyle. You know, throwing some shade at his current stable of young drivers in Todd Gillan and Harrison Burton that they haven't lived up to maybe his expectations this year, but then he goes out and wins Kyle's tweeting that he looks like genius for putting Greg in the truck and it auto throws. Maybe a little more drama there in the KBM camp. Yeah. A lot more drama. You know, Todd Gill and, and, and Harrison Burton or eighth and ninth in the championship standings. So they're both barely hanging on to a playoff spot. One of them one of them's out and now, Ross Chastain is decided he's going to chase truck series championships. He wins. There's theories scenario that both KVM drivers missed the playoffs. And meanwhile, cow Bush has five stars that he's allowed to make by NASCAR. He wins the mall NAMI hires buddy. To come in for a one off and he wins in his first race in two years. And so that does say a lot about about Todd in Harrison, but I'll say this, both of these guys are super talented. And I know the NASCAR community hasn't seen it yet. I've been following both of these guys and they're late model for them. Do battle on the canon series. They are Megan talented. But I think the difference right now is one not every drivers, the same that every driver is going to be as quick as Byron and Bill and Jones word acclimate to the truck series. And also the other point, I would make is the difference. Kyle. And Greg had is they had Rudy two-goal calling the shots and that is a significant difference. Yeah. There was some crew chief shuffling this week with the other KBM trucks, Matt, last thing before we let you go. You weren't far from us last weekend you were up at the CASA Motor Speedway Nells corners, Ontario, kind of your Hamilton and checking out the pin t series. They little rain to deal with the last Saturday, but the, the show and last Sunday, but you know that that has become a phenomenal track up there at uconn. They've got a big late model race once again Labor Day weekend. Just your thoughts on your trip up north last weekend or west west as we say here in buffalo because it is to the west of us, not north. It really blows my girlfriend's mind. Sometimes I'm like, let's, let's go back north to the United States. She's a little geographically challenged when it comes to your southern Ontario. I love that race track a love that series. You know, I I would give plug to all the listeners the NASCAR series is nail available every single race on fans choice TV this is a fun series. It is all short tracks road and street courses the cars are basically nineteen nineties Cup series equivalents. This is a fun tour with veteran drivers and I was on vacation true racer form of vacation includes going to go find a race track. And I love seeing, you know the people who run that series race in that series. It is make exciting chance. Tune in because their season just started that was race two of the season. And so Anna, you know start late finish early. And. They're just getting heated up. Yeah. They'll be racing with the IndyCar series in Toronto. Couple of week, a weakened or sees me couple next month, I should say they're part of the Bill up there in Toronto with one of their street. Course races. Do you have plans to go up for the big late model racer Labor Day weekend? Or what's on your schedule that part of the year? I am. I'm doing my usual where you know, I do a ton of NASCAR and IndyCar this year so that's going to allow me to go cover Toronto for for both of those series. And I'm not missing the, the Canadian short-track nationals for anything, the who run that track are really committed to making that a showcase or for pro late models. And you know, they're gonna raise their purse all the way to a million dollars, and in two years, every year is going to increase incrementally. And if you look at the entry list right now it's already at a snowball derby level, and it's only going to rise as we closer to September. So yeah, I'm palm that is going to be a great, great show, especially if you wait a couple of years. Wait for that track service to age still freshly paved. So the racing is probably not what it used to be. But we're getting there and that place is going to get really exciting really star studded, isn't it? It's quickly turned into one. Favorite races of the year won't if you wanna make an extra chip to Giacosa this year, you know, you're gonna be if you're going to Toronto for the car as that same weekend research, ESPN's modified is Masuda is super modified were running that Saturday night. So if you need another excuse to go back to ju- CASA got it for you right there. Don't, don't entice me with another race. You're gonna make me actually do it to say no to racism and it's a great header modified and super modified, it was a great show last year, and it should be a good show this year met, we were from outta weak and short Trixie met you do a phenomenal job covering any former motor sports. Appreciate your time this morning. Get talking to you. But you, you bet met Weaver for motto. We insure tricks, appreciate him joining us into give a follow on Twitter, as well too. At Matt Weaver. A w is where you can follow him on Twitter, wherever he goes chasing the motorsports world we get back. We'll keep a closer to home rich. Let from Genesee speedway going to join us up next..

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"autoweek" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"autoweek" Discussed on WJR 760

"Degrees. More slippery roads. At seven o'clock. I've dick Haefner. WJR news. A federal judge will sentence. Paul Manafort today for defrauding banks, and the US government and failing to pay taxes on millions of dollars in income that Manafort earned from Ukrainian political consulting charger that stem from the Robert Muller's investigation into Russian interference in the election. The penalty may be steep enough to put Manafort in prison for the rest of his life. The families of the twenty three victims killed in the string of tornadoes that devastated Lee county, Alabama are preparing to bury their loved ones correspondent Clayton Neville says the surrounding communities are stepping into health. Seven funeral homes are involved in services for the twenty three victims who range in age from six to eighty nine since Sunday storm people from all over the region and the country have been donating. Money and supplies Lee county coroner Bill Harris says to local corporations have pledged to take care of the funeral expenses for the victims families sports band of creek Indians. Autoweek Tonka has committed fifty thousand dollars still in contact with the other corporations who wants to remain anonymous with recovery expected to take time at are encouraging donations go through the right channels. The Lee county district attorney's office warning the public to be wary of donation scams. I'm Clayton Neville, the US air force is apologizing to one of its own Senator Martha mcsally after the arrow Zona Republican an air force veteran revealed that a superior officer raped her when she was in the service correspondent killing law says the Senator spoke at a hearing on preventing sexual assaults in the military. Sally talked about the hard time she suffered as a younger woman now as a US Senator appointed to fill the late Senator John McCain seat. She is fighting for change in the military on behalf of survivors. Like. Her. We must fix those distortions in the culture of our military that permit sexual harm towards women. And yes, some men as well. So many viewers of jeopardy are sending messages of support to Alex back who announced that he's battling stage four pancreatic cancer. I'm gonna keep working and with the love and support of my family and friends and with the help of your prayers. Also, I plan to beat the low survival rates statistics for this disease. Truth told I have to because under the terms of my contract, I have to host jeopardy for three more years. So help me keep the faith and will win. We'll get it done visitation for Ted Lindsay is today at the Desmond funeral home in Royal Oak. It's private tomorrow is the public visitation for Ted Lindsay at Little Caesars arena. The funeral is Saturday. So many feel that if the disease won't kill you. The hospital Bill will a new laws in effect requiring healthcare systems to reveal their charges for medical procedures, but getting to the information difficult confusing. Maybe it's impossible for a lot of people. Dr Frank McGeorge of Henry Ford health, telling Paul W this example, hostels website under their finance area and search for full standard charges that's kind of the buzzwords or use Google with standard charges in the hospital name and you'll probably get to the page with the spreadsheet. But then you download the spreadsheets the problem there is yes, no the exact medical terminology for the procedure. You're searching for. So if you need a gallbladder surgery, let's say you don't look up gallbladder. You woke up Lapper, stop the me. Good luck. Michigan's medical Merrill. I wanna market generating more than forty two million dollars in sales since the first dispensary opened on November. First WJR news time, seven oh three. Here's Steve Courtney sports. All right, Richard at LCA last night, the pistons get only nine points from Blake Griffin, Andre Drummond. They'll come through with thirty one and the pistons vans comes through with seventy on their way to that one thirty one one fourteen dismantling of the Minnesota Timberwolves pistons now have won ten of their last. Well, they'll be in Chicago to face the bulls, eight o'clock tomorrow night. Meanwhile, the showdown is on in east Lansing, eight o'clock Saturday night number nine MSU welcomes number seven the university of Michigan back on February twenty fourth the Spartans posted that seventy seven seventy win in Ann Arbor. Meanwhile, number eleven do they have a two thirty appointment on the road at northwestern. Thrilling into the big ten season. Meanwhile, the Tigers fall to the Braves eight two yesterday afternoon one zero five this afternoon, Bryce Harper in the Phillies. Will be in lakeland Red Sox knuckleballer Steven Wright was suspended eighty games yesterday after testing positive for performance enhancing, substance major league baseball said right? Tested positive for in. Write this down growth. Hormone releasing peptide to write told reporters in Fort Myers yesterday that he failed an off season tests and appeal the Red Wings skating with the Rangers tonight seven thirty to start time Redwings trying to shake the game losing streak. Steve Courtney WGN sports, traffic and weather first on the fives up next..

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"autoweek" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"autoweek" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Jim shanavie. President Trump has declared an emergency of the border with Mexico and his head of homeland security tried to back that up in testimony today before the house secretary Kerstin Nielsen has been challenged by Democrats on the house homeland security today about what they say is a self created crisis at the border. Nielsen pushes back is not a manufactured crisis. This is truly an emergency. Nielsen says the current immigration system does not meet the needs of the current problem originally single adults for Mexico now, it's mostly central Americans. And the vast majority are vulnerable populations, which are families and children all of that together is a crisis because the system is not built for that type of flow Bill Rakoff CBS news, Capitol Hill. US envoy Stephen begin is meeting with officials from Japan and South Korea in Washington today. And it indications that North Korea has begun rebuilding rocket launch site Korea expert, Gordon. Chang. There is some reporting that this activity started after the failed Hanoi summit. I'm so it is an indication that the North Koreans are using this to pressure the United States. Another house hearing today for former Trump attorney Michael Cohen, his third. He reportedly has turned over documents to the intelligence committee related to a Trump real estate project in Moscow a project that he allegedly lied to the committee about in two thousand seventeen CBS this morning interview. With our Kelly continues to make waves the singer says the sex abuse allegations against him for false. And he's the victim of lies. Correspondent Steve Futterman. R Kelly says infanticide has done nothing wrong. But the parents of Joycelyn savage, one of the two women currently living with Kelly or giving a different perspective they fear their Twenty-three-year-old daughters. Endanger her father, Tim savage Justice for all these young ladies that he's actually came in contact with Savage's younger sister. Jalen is also concerned. I know for a fact my sister's not okay, perfect Kelly, admittedly, destroying her family hasn't spoken to Joycelyn savage in two years. Steve Futterman, CBS news. The search for victims of Sunday's tornado is wrapped up in Lee county, Alabama now attention turns to rebuilding corner. Bill Harris says the death toll stands at twenty three the community coming together to help those families courts band of creek Indians. Autoweek talk has committed fifty thousand dollars right now toward those funeral costs. Still in contact with the other corporation remain anonymous at this time and of the road for GM's Lordstown assembly plant in Ohio, the final vehicle will be rolling off the line today that plant began operations in nineteen..

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"autoweek" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"autoweek" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"All right already on autoweek week number two the NFL regular season as always it begins. We're Thursday night football Bengals ravens and a good one from Cincinnati Bengals. Would it thirty four twenty three. Andy Dalton had four touchdown passes. All in the first half three of them to AJ green. Tyler Boyd had the other chil mix and ran for eighty four yards on the ground for Cincinnati. As they improved to an out ravens fall to one one. Joe flacco throws for three hundred and seventy six yards two touchdowns. But also threw two key picks and lost a fumble late began thirty four twenty three the final score. And we're now into the meat of the schedule in week number two. Elsewhere news around the NFL linebacker, Michael kendricks released by the Browns following charges of insider trading. He's signing a one year deal with the Seattle Seahawks Jaguars running back Leonard fournette says his injured right hamstring is better. He thinks his chances of being able to play on Sunday against New England are improving. Meanwhile, Aaron Rodgers he did not practice on Thursday. Green Bay still holding out hope that rod will play on Sunday at home. Against the Minnesota Vikings. All right to the college football scoreboard. We had three games Thursday night. Boston College there now three and all the eagles beat Wake Forest on the road. Forty one thirty four elsewhere Charlotte over Old Dominion, twenty eight twenty five at Utah state beats up on Tennessee tech, seventy three to twelve. All right. Turning our attention out of the baseball scoreboard. Mets and Marlins played two on Thursday. Mets win them both four to three the opener by D two. In the nightcap Rockies bomb.

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"autoweek" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"autoweek" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Store and i i i haven't even been in one and i can tell you what it is i know that i'm right about this even not going you know what's in sears stores old people what selfrespecting thirty one year old millennials gonna walk around in a sears store they can't fix themselves their image is irreparable i mean if they figure out a way to turn it around it'll be the most amazing turnaround in american corporate history the problem that sears has and it's not new we've been watching this happening sears has been declining for forty years has it i'd say as long as i've been alive sears was never trendy and i've been a long time sears was stodgy seventy five years ago the problem that sears has is it's part of an industry that's in an upheaval itself and it as the worst possible image you can't have a worse image right now than the store that grandpa went to millennials don't wanna do anything that anyone before them ever did millennials hate anyone that has a prominent brad but sears lost the baby boomer's if you didn't buy if you weren't buying hardware washing machine you weren't buying anything from sears though that was enough to have them survive when they had these big anchors paul said he went when they had the one at bay shore they had all this real estate see a figure okay there's all these stores here's sears i'll walk in but now that there isn't that kind of walk in now that retail and now that fix baseball's are struggling sears doesn't even have that so what's the sears of the automotive business there's a big story brewing in which it may come down to mile this is going to shock people what's the closest thing we have a sears in the car business you got it paul says napa napa are doing well aren't they i don't know everyone of the auto parts stores is doing good i think that's another one that just shocked me i mean they're all doing well pep boys auto zone what o'reilly although that's the one part of retailing that forever reason is thriving i have not figured that well no that's not it i why when i said automotive i meant cars what's the series of the cards car business chrysler the story is that autoweek dot com today there is a chance chrysler is going to be killed tomorrow.

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"autoweek" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"autoweek" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Right on top of it tonight part say right that's one quality produce lonzo ball did he get a haircut all actress back in you i don't know dan patrick's father tj is a lifelong chicago bears fan so he wanted to make his first meeting with aaron rodgers a memorable one so patrick told autoweek that he had an idea to tackle rogers while wearing the jersey of longtime chicago bears linebacker brian urlacher when patrick introduced her boyfriend to the family personally for all of us he didn't follow through on that idea so danika patrick's father wanted to tackle aaron rodgers while wearing be bryant erlich pretty awesome bedrick rogers have been dating for approximately six months after patrick broke up a long time boyfriend ricky stenhouse now the former girlfriend of aaron rodgers olivia munn amman libya dan patrick rogers step up or step down step down in my that's good i like a living in mind john trending up trending up step by step up ending trending temporary understand i asked you but that's not the question i asked you i asked you between the two women that he's taking stuff up or is it a step back step up the stuff up step back looking at picks now one restaurant quality five star restaurant restaurant.

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"autoweek" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"autoweek" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I said maybe because they have agreed to to tank the right way that may be the nba the people in charge will show them the appropriate appreciation by giving them a top three pick before the draft ever happens the lotteries in chicago had the real spun rather for me i love it yeah of course part of it is tongue in cheek part of it is and part of these planning the time jake what percentage of you see you believe there's a five percent chance that the lottery could be fixed in the nba are you at a little higher than i'm not at like fifty percent in my basic premises nothing shocks me anymore nothing like gin pastor was arguing with us he's this league would be brought down if they would find out we knew that baseball look the other way when their hitters were breaking the rules with steroids like wait a minute as is really good for the game let it go stab stabber your car instead of today he watched yohmor sanchez hit a home run yesterday what and he hit how far fifty feet the patriots bullied the ball is different i we rob manfred autoweek i love rob manfred i believe that the ball is juice because they believe it's good for the game again this goes against all the nfl for years covered up concussions because it wasn't good for business if it was exposed patrick ewing just happened to get to new york lebron james just happen to get to cleveland derrick rose just happened to get to chicago.

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"autoweek" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"autoweek" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Us and said oh we found the autoweek spot your mid fun of us for communism but capitalism has its own put up limbs kepler's must plenty of pro blue yes it's but i mean this is she says google is the big is to surveillance capitalism would ford was to mass production that they perfected it they perfected it later adopted by facebook and of others it uses illegible mechanism i like that word illegible mechanisms in other words invisible mechanisms of extraction commodification control of behavior to produce new markets of behavioral prediction and modification brilliant she sean it but i can't wait to read this book when it comes out we'll get her on twit a triangulation of course immediately and she wrote a but probably more than a decade ago now called the support economy that basically forecasted everything that amazon has become first of all and all our personal assistance and everything else she's really smart rules chief economist hal varian identified the four key features in the logic of surveillance capitalism won the drive toward more and more data extraction and analysis to the development of new contractual forms using computer monitoring and automation three the desire to personalize and customize a services offered to users digital platforms and finally the use of technological infrastructure to carry out continual experiments on its users and consumers if i if i could pick the one thing that most bothers me about this is i feel like a guinea pig i feel like a lab rat and all your deal because we place boot facebook go coach out doing this thing where they had an academic study where they would ulta people's news feeds and see if they'd get into get to wrestle we know that facebook published a study that said too much facebook gets you depressed unless this is a little self serving facebook you put more content on facebook then you won't be as depressed how how foot that was full them but dumbing we know this stuff works we know that you can also people's perceptions run going through by altering the knees newsfeed what i do find somewhat of a stretch is whether or not you could actually change someone's political opinion using these kind of techniques because that seems to be something fatty.

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"autoweek" Discussed on O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"autoweek" Discussed on O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

"Next up from autoweek end speed sport bruce barton remember when you were a kid and you were in school and your thoughts of the school day lasted forever and it was never going to get the b three o'clock and you were going to get the go home and how am i gonna make 12 years ago on a school you know now i'm never going to be able to get out of school then what is it about when you become an adult and the nascar offseason chess flies right on by it seems like ten days ago the season ended with us crowning martin treu x and homestead and now all of a sudden we're within a month of the daytona five hundred where it is time go i just don't understand it i mean it it just really seems to show and identify chest how short the nascar offseason really is due that's the truth and like the standard host and go kind of with the february for another race next the you know it already february here it is via whatever i'm ask what's wrong with nascar since nascar tv ratings lifespan i respond that is not just nascar that that's having these issues it's a sign of the times for evidence are present the nfl's tv numbers from this season 2017 the nfl has been and continues to be the mac daddy the league by all whom all others are measured in until the last two years has been like teflon and the changing role of sports broadcasting but the changes have now caught up to net dude nfl according to usatoday nfl viewership fell by ten percent in 2017 on the heels of an eight percent drop in 2016 one that was largely attributed to the presidential race well that didn't happen in 2017 this past season there were an average of fourteen point nine million people watch any time a year ago that was sixteen point five now i'm not suggesting that as a result we should minimise the drops the desk ours have in the real and they should be a concern what it does tell us is that is the nfl at other leagues are doing we gotta find out how to attract new fans and most.

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"autoweek" Discussed on O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"autoweek" Discussed on O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

"We are not drivers they're not owners their executive so that a major shift in some high this abetted millennials near riley autoparts bit reporters who this week jeff hamid from fox sports a year ago toyota's started slow but fini space can't anyone saw them dale won't take too much longer we meghan idea at bruce martin from autoweek and speed sport with all the driver team changes for two thousand eighteen it might be easier learn how to speak latin it's the old riley autoparts pick reporters on the performance racing network brought to you by o'reilly autoparts better parts better prices every day now here's your host red mcmillan and welcome her show glad to have you with us glad to have jeff and bruce here and then are you sure about that are you serious i am sure about that absolutely it unless bruce been too much time trying to turn turned learn learn latin during the show i failed at speak english most aside dow up latin gotta be easier that periodic table you try to get me to study it was certainly easier to spill out i thought he would start talking about that the new chevrolet because the jeff you've talked about it in your tease this was the toyota the that started slow last year but then really gather momentum and became almost impossible to beat are we gonna see the same kind of time line from the new chevy i don't think so i think they got a little been an advantage because they're bringing it up out of the expanded he series i mean the toyota was pretty radically different and you know this new chevrolet the they do have some insight what to expect and i think a lot of drivers uh will adapt to it pretty quick and hopefully this will allow them to get their cars backed were i feel like they're little more drivable a year ago i really believe the chevrolet's were off and thereby those away jimmy johnson won three and kalar arson did this but overall they weren't very competitive and i've never seen mr seven tom spin out as many times he did during the race they're trying to run at carfree for a reason to try to get through senator corner makes was speed keep up with the toyotas and even the ford.

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"autoweek" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"autoweek" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Coming up next wads of ball brian had a conversation as santa things to come eight five five two one two four cbs sports update chairman the foreign boards play where begin with the thursday night football game between the broncos the colts already autoweek fifteen or the nfl and the broncos come from behind to beat indianapolis twenty five to thirteen trevor simeon started the game 4 denver let with a bad shoulder brock osweiler took over and he played pretty well hundred ninety four yards through the air and two touchdowns cj anderson ran for a puk fifty eight on the ground the merriest thomas five catches were sixty nine yards broncos approved by the nine colts fall back to three and eleven again twenty five thirteen the final score meanwhile colts owner jim earth say says that andrew luck we will be returning from europe soon and that no additional surgeries plan on his right shoulder so good news there for lock add the colts jaguars running back letter bore that says they'll be able to play through the quad injury that kept him out of practice on wednesday and thursday cardinals placing new dream peterson on i are with a neck injury obviously that ends his season from the college game west virginia quarterback will greer said thursday that he will return for his senior season instead of entering the nfl draft all right to the nba we go triple double tonight foil abroad 25 points twelve rebounds twelve assists cavaliers improved to twenty one and eight they beat the lakers in cleveland won twenty one won twelve elsewhere karl anthonytowns thirty points fourteen rebounds five assists timber will speak the cames 119 ninety six pistons over the hawks 105 ninety one knicks beat the nets won eleven 104 college ucs number 21 baylor takes out texas southern ninety.

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"autoweek" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"autoweek" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Update here is best ajay burman sports play will begin with the thursday night football game between the broncos the colts already autoweek fifteen of the nfl and the broncos come from behind to beat indianapolis 25 to thirteen travers simeon started the game 4 denver let with the bad shoulder brock osweiler took over and he played pretty well hundred ninety four yards through the air and two touchdowns cj anderson ran for a puk fifty eight on the ground the merriest thomas five catches for sixty nine yards broncos approved by the nine colts fall back to three and eleven again 25 thirteen the final score meanwhile colts owner jim earth say says that andrew luck we will be returning from europe soon and that no additional surgeries plan on his right shoulder so good news there for luck the colts jaguars running back for that says he'll be able to play through the quad injury that kept him out of practice on wednesday and thursday cardinals placing adrian peterson on i are with a neck injury obviously that ends his season from the college game west virginia quarterback will greer said thursday that he will return for his senior season instead of entering the nfl draft all right to the nba we go a triple double tonight for abroad 25 points twelve rebounds twelve assists cavaliers improved to twenty one and ain't they beat the lakers in cleveland won twenty one won twelve elsewhere karl anthonytowns thirty points fourteen rebounds five assists timber wolves beat the kings 119 ninety six pistons over the hawks 105 ninety one knicks beat the nets won eleven 104 college ucs number 21 baylor takes out texas southern ninety.

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"autoweek" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"autoweek" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

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