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"bonneville" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Absolutely. Is there construction happening at your house as WHO's who? Shot. Did you know I should mention to the listeners? We're building a Bonneville? Car. All right and it's funny because I. was able for this and I'm like. Forty five in. About an hour, we'll let you go back doors. Straight keeping me away from grinding in the back it's real vowed an hour and a half years. So we'll let you. Were building the car we're jam away. We got a deadline I mean this would make good television actually as we truly are running around back. They're like Oh shit we got a deadline and it's not a fake one right so it makes it real but always fake it but you never really have to use gotta thank someone who needs a car ready for stress stressful find a car shop with A. Deadline writing that makes for exciting stuff. Already one that wants to follow you know we got a facebook and instagram said a lecturer liner and of course, we're easy. West we've been around for a while and we just started doing the show again. So on Instagram, spell it out e West's dot com as all the username is written out either some kidney. Evan West out there if I ever find you. Handle. We got we got a coercive without him. Really Nice messages they won't respond that's hilarious. That's okay ev west. We don't have the. Blue Shack right. Still little blue check on twitter. Eleven years Thanks Michael. Great Talk to you and one, hundred, thousand spare dollars in five spare years I'll be sure to get online. We'll cheaper than that. One Lecture Electric Safari would be very, very fun I. Think. I think Lee would hang me. My Dad's got his full honor that has any revenge. Sucked, added like I'm listening to this I'm gone five. Did you see the story that just broke? Volvo did yeah in the Jammu. And all that. I didn't see what he's Volvo is running around town with a converted eighteen hundred like mid sixties. It looks like sixty five body style or something like that, and it's like full yet concept Cammo it's electric has guys there. You know I, mean, we did some stuff we did the Jaguars retypes nine. Helps provide parts of arts for the Chevy. ECHO. Ford and a lot of these projects. If supplied you know arts. So there's a lot of. Neat things like the manufacturers are actually doing things you know we've worked with. Last. Year we did that Bay window boss Volkswagen. Where we actually took along the lines of putting a take on motor Taikang. Motor Porsche. WAGGIN evolve motor and put it in nineteen. Seventy. Two bus Roy I bet that was very nice to drive. it was well, it's not driving. It was joe car and took it down to La auto show and then and then it came back in Kovic Athens and So the cars just basically sit and getting ready to be finished up it'll be a full driver. Oh, absolutely adult be full driver, but it was one of those things where it was a show car and then I think they decided it was such a hit that they came back and paid the additional money to make it a grabber or would those volvos like I wouldn't be surprised given the success of the lightweight continuation any types the the Aston Martins, the the the the DB five, the gold figure continuing there is so much profit margin in doing these limited run classics updated factory authorized whatever you know if they evolve came out and said, we've got an Eaton got a rebuilding twenty p eighteen hundreds and their eight hundred thousand dollars gone in five seconds. Snatch them up yeah yeah. But that's super cool man I love talking to you. We should make this like a pretty regular thing. Thanks. We love you drive the beamer. Again, we put a tesla motor in it. While will be fun I could do that. Yeah we yeah. A like to make a trip is got plates on. The street. Court we'd never have place on it but yeah, we still. Yeah we're getting. It's funny. It's been at a paint shop forever because we I ripped the wide-body Chit off of it doing who negative thing and smashed three are a little bit. You know I hit trailer. Still. Kills me. But yeah. So then we got another wide-bodied now we're doing some paintwork a bunch of stuff on it, and then we decided we want to cheat. The electronics. Stuff goes. For one it's done. And I'll come down and. Thanks Yeah we'll let you drive the land speed guard wins the next Mirage back I'll pass on. To Eleven, I got to admit I don't have what it takes to drive this car I I think. to fifty is just outside of my zone. It's outside of my comfort zone. I do not need to do this on the salt I didn't even really feel it get fast until I crossed to stop you feel. Yeah. Right Thanks do. Great Show it's great to have you and You know you go fast go onto Bonneville and. Fun and learn something. Really, appreciate it Matt Thank. Zach. Awesome. Show we'll see you next time slums. Our podcast is powered by shout engine get your own Damn podcasts at challenge dot com easy on your microphone the connection to the Internet headphones and something to say bye guys..
"bonneville" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Miles per two, hundred, fifty dollars Seattle or even three hundred bucks. It's almost one hundred dollars a mile of dollars a mile range nuts, right? And then depending on the chemistry the weights can vary a little bit of good to us about twelve to thirteen pounds per kilowatt hour a. so now you've got all the variables you know how much it's GonNa cost you know how far you can drive on it. You know how much weight it's GonNa add to your car There's always a point of diminishing returns. You know people call up and like how much rain can get out of this. And it's like well, how long has a piece of string? It's really up to you. If you're doing a ground up bill, you can put a four gallon fuel cell in it or you can put twenty gallon fuel cell in it. That's that's your. Aug.. In the same is true with the batteries. So you know we've done hundreds of electric car systems for our customers I honestly don't think we've ever sold the same bill of materials twice. Wow. Yeah. So okay. They're expensive systems. You're spending twenty thousand dollars you want something bespoke. Tailored to you, and there's a lot of stuff you know out here on the West Coast you know we're pretty cool. You might not get an air conditioner, but we do these customers in Florida and absolutely one of the first things on her list is an electric air conditioning system. You know that on like a you know unlike a an eighty kilowatt hour sixty kilowatt hour battery like how much does a does an air conditioner really US versus moving a three thousand pound car down the road. So. Typically, it's about ten percent. Ten percent. Okay. That's not bad. No that's not so bad. They work good. Those electric air conditioners. Still get sometimes the windows down. Nice. To cool with the old cars. The cool shirt just like your cooling system in your bottom of. The tank trunk you throw the shirt on you're good to go. Yeah I mean Roger is running a cooler shirt for sure. Yeah. There's of course no room in the car for it so I think we're gonNA take like a little little Red Ryder Reagan or whatever but the learned the battery and then the drop the hoses, the dry breaks into the car and keep cool right up those. Old Dry rates out. You know ten minutes later for five hundred people in again. His snuff fire suit it makes it look like the state off marshmallow. I've learned race limits for years in. The high speak and all that stuff SF I suit you know. But what they require you to where on bill is on a whole nother. Layer John Lewis is yeah. I've never seen that much material in a fire suit for awesome art, and then what's that solar panel trailer rig called? Yes. So it's just kind of a thing that my friend bill he's been playing around with it. He's looking he's he's been talking to some people with some commercial applications named as companies up to your for solar I. Don't think the trailer has a name beyond the solar trailer. The key ingredient in it is actively tracks the sun in most solar projects. Portable solar projects don't actually activate the. Track The Sun. So you got there and you stand next to it about every thirty seconds. You'll hear a little were little screwdriver and it's got a Sun Sun Sensor that's constantly checking the angle and it's all simple parts. He built it within our Dino and just reminds me of those like satellite dish arrays. Movies gone time to. Read idea I mean when I grow your Tesla Sand trucks that you guys had a little. Right, and I remember sitting there going if I could tow this out to the desert and have a solar ray to charge it and camp for a week like. That would be such. An amazing thing to do that's. If. You don't think there's GonNa be a solar charging station at Glamis. Someday. You know everybody should be right. Early, you should buy a piece of dirt right next to glamorize and build a big solar ev charging station. That'd be awesome. Yeah. You know the gentleman my friend did your solar he actually just solar on What's it called? Ville. Are Out there and so they're running. Who and a backup battery and all that. So it's it's getting there and there's another. We have a NASCAR. Race e felt that way and they're plane with electric now. And it's like as up to. The NASCAR electric. I didn't say it was an Oscar. All right. Whenever. Guys out there that you know I think the now starting things just qualify filed and the other guys out there. That are very imbedded in auto culture that just recently turned onto this look at BC Moto right again. He's like you know we were up there. We went to a Hooligan Bernard Van I took the beamer out. I think I did like three or four donuts and you couldn't even see anymore at me the whole place was just smoked out So I pulled out of the arena and he comes running up and hugs me and he's like new best friend Any was just what a what a neat dude but we helped him. I mean, he immediately just snapped like I need to know more about this. Nine thirty five thing that he built this gadget because he was in our office like that Monday morning literally the next Monday morning and we were designing the nine five. Yeah. He he said when it's really done, I can have a go. It's not quite ready. Yet I think he knows I'm a little critic morning. Yeah, he's you know I think. You know in all fairness to be see, the car was built in on the craziest short scheduled for Seema in. So what most automotive guys do you get from show then get back and finish it. All that we we've been we've been there with the build Abadi. fucking. It's like a twenty sided dice roll. It's going to happen. To have like obviously, you were really really really early in this space and you're a great advocate for bringing electric power in enthusiasts together because you're into cars are into racing and your you know the interesting vehicles and then you have people like busy and you know other people in racing who are just. They just WanNa go quick and they get their into how the power is delivered and they're not. They're not going. They're not looking at it with this shield up of. Gasoline is not the thing I like and here are constantly point out the problems it look at the positives of it, which I think is really cool. Yeah. What we do get a little bit is people shy away from it. I've got I mean look at guys like e c You know these. Guys have been industry for a really long time. Very.
"bonneville" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"We just basically put a five gallon barrel in there. We're going to fill it with ice water and hopefully that lasts six minutes. Wow. Yes so many things. A little bit again. Always. We're GONNA find out what you did. That was so Hyper Engineer Danilo certain things like this. I'm not gonNA fake it man, we just we literally one of those Dune buggy spun aluminum cans. Yeah. And threw it in there with a couple dash fittings and. Run in the Stock Tesla water up that comes out of a model. Just GonNa pump it over the batteries and then onto out of the car on the no that that's actually the drive unit and the leader Yeah Oh. Yeah. We're not what we did with the battery since the so short and they're so much actually mass right? You're you're. Think about trying to cool a six hundred pound block of aluminum. Right take a lot of a lot of cooling energy. Conversely takes the same amount of energy to heat it up. So. In that short run, you're not GONNA have battery. He'd issues will say we'll definitely be giving heat but it's not prolonged for not going to be on a road course for non check wall and doing lap after lap. So what's going to happen We've got internal temperature sensors on the battery read the internal temperature. So it's GonNa. Again this is a data gathering thing. So we don't know quite where we're gonNA come back but. If the battery packs to warm, we have to stand by packs it'll be on chillers, right. So the have chilled mass you know put that in the car. And that will be our swap system. So it's not. So the swabbings, not just for energy, but it's also for the temperature, the battery pack I mean this is. A lot of a lot of angles here I mean, you certainly have not have not left I mean. Did we do the video the I i. In Eleven or twelve. God. Long time ago long time. We've been doing this for a long time because we had quite a few cars before the BMW and in our whole staff here I mean, this isn't me I've got a dozen guys back there that some of the most incredible engineers and fabricators technicians real open minded problem solving kind of guys and I mean, this is completely at team effort. There's no question about it I would never. Even, come close to pulling anything like this off even with hired help even if I tried to hire everybody I mean we've we've over the last decade symbol team here of guys that really embodied the spirit of. Of experimenting I mean we're essentially experimenting and we're okay with saying that you know. On, these electric vehicles you gotta be real creative. Let's try this. Let's try that. That didn't work. Let's modify that. That's basically what we've been doing for the last twelve years yourself. If, you found a ticon to pull apart yet I've been looking you know I've been looking. Crashed one yet I mean. Think about this, Mr Personality Guy If you came down here, right and wanted to do an electric was you want a Tesla Motor in your Porsche? Or? Worship Motor were saleable. I WOULD WANNA take right right? Yeah. So you can see the allure to. Having, you know having spent an I don't WanNa. Say I'm no I'm not an expert in Tesla's but I've spent a week. You know in every car that they sell up until I not I have no why yet but as accident a three. And I've spent significant time in tight hants and I prefer the die cons you. Hammer the shit yet of ticon mercilessly. Yeah and it will give you full power until almost in you know until you're down Oh maybe twenty percent ten percent of battery. Yeah I mean that's just calling card I even their GNC three launch control and all that I mean, they literally want you to abuse their staff I absolutely love them for him. It's just awesome. I I am a little surprised. You're you know it's all dude nobody knows in it's a little tight. I felt a little. Strange is I suppose. I I. Didn't find it tight enough that it was really a problem for me It's it's as comfortable too busy. Love Dude I'm. Shameless. I Love I love driving them. I mean I, it's not a perfect vehicle. It's very expensive. And, and if you the one that I drove, if you looked at it just to look at it, it didn't look like a hundred and thirty, five thousand dollars you know but because a fairly basic setup but. And my wife drove without even thinking about it three hundred miles on one charge no problem and then on the side of it I've hammered the shit out them and they are stupid fast even the four s as stupid fast. Yeah and and they're now you you're an early adopter you had back in the day. You're one of the first guys I know that had a chevy goal. I bought a volt in two thousand thirteen and it was one of the best cars I've ever had and I gave it to my sister. When I found myself with too many cars I gave it to my sister when she moved to l. a., and then the lease was up on it. She returned it in and got the second gen volt, which was a fabulous car fabulous car. We did the same. We went through genuine levers so much and they wanted it back and they wouldn't let us buy it at the end of the lease. So we just least another one, the new version. Yeah, it was it was a great great car I. I didn't think the volt really ever. God it's. Enough commercial success for how. I mentioned it because you gotTa, you know the smoking tire crowd, you know highly combustion. I don't. Necessarily true your. Videos and our tesla videos do very well on the show I think people are about it. I don't think I mean we definitely have traditional sports, car fans but the electric stuff of well I. Guess the point I was trying to make is you're into it before it was cool to be it. I. Mean you're giving me too much credit. I'm into anything that goes really. Fast. On the volt admittedly, yes I like the volt and not a lot of people thought the was very cool and I will die on that Joe. We it provided a really great.
"bonneville" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Seven, hundred RPM MACs were running a thirty one inch land speed wheel in the rear, and so that equates to about three hundred, thirty, seven, mile an hour. Now, you're going to have slipped on the salt. There's a lot of factors wind and all this we're not going for the three fourteen we think it's completely unrealistic that we could do it in this car but what we are doing is gathering a lot of data. We've got our partners eight easy involved in this, we're GONNA do some really just data-gathering look yet what kind of wheel slip we're going to have. A Long. It's going to. Tell, you I got I wasn't and I'm I'm talking about a Jetta Okay Yeah probably weighed twenty, seven hundred pounds. It's not even close to what you're talking about here and I couldn't go flat until somewhere around a hundred and twenty five miles an hour in the top of the fourth yet you know what I mean otherwise it was exist. So I am based on our. We'll yeah, we figured we could spin wheels all the way up to two hundred is what we? David Donahue. Shit. Just, kids at heart I really all the crew wants to know is like, can we do it down that? Yeah well, they'd let us do a donut out there like I. Worry about doing donuts three, hundred miles an hour is what you should really add. Water track to did. You know like any team we've been having meetings and assessing a game plan, and so we kind of have a plan and you know you go out on the short course you license up and get the one, fifty, one, seventy, five moved at long course, and then we have some numbers that were specifically going after to get the record, and then when we're done with that, you know basically given our Dr Roger the green light to just like light it up dude. Let's see what this thing asks you if we can hurt it what can we do you know? because. That's really what were you know? Going for right emits amazing with a typical Bonneville car You know gasoline powered What you see a lot is you have to do the push start, but the truck right because the gearing is so crazy things can't even like you know idol hardly undressing you won't have this problem at all. You'll be able to just cruise around you know of we'll have enough starting torque at the wheel. If we had velcro tires, we could drive the thing up wall. I mean listen down kind of sick. Are. The weight of the car. That's hilarious. I'm all for visual demo. By the way you should consider driving up a wall I think we've been talking. We've been talking to another seven California automotive outlet about doing some drag race. Literally at the Rear tires. and. If you tried to do like like a much our that if you had a sticky rear tire and you try to drag launches that you think you would probably break it or do you think it would hold up to that type of abuse I think it would probably hold up I. Don't think we have enough wait in the car. Right you you know how much torque you have is kind of insignificant without traction in over the rear axle. Yeah. So wary long where's the motor of basically attach right to the rear axle? Technically, you would call it a a rear engined vehicle because the differential in the reduction sits in front of the motor right and so if you look Yeah. Surprise he's like wait the whole the whole motive behind the driver every back there. Yeah. So if you look at that. Sure with the too big chance back there one half the motor and the other half is the inverted and then the reduction box and differential sit in the middle. No That's that's a rear. Engine Okay and then where are the batteries just the floor so there's a big empty box in front of that we're putting in a an experimental battery pack that we picked up. It's about thirty seven kilowatt hour about six hundred pounds that goes right in the middle and end we actually kind of need a little bit the way we could have done a lighter battery but we just wanted to Kinda get some weight around the rear wheel. You are you at your at your Max way I imagined. No. We were we had it on the long acres earlier and I think we're estimating about seventeen hundred civil pride coming in about three hundred, hundred Rogers private to one ninety or something like that. So we'll be right there race rate nineteen or something. So is this thing you think it the way the way is the way that you would set up a car like this to basically drain the whole battery pack in like a four or five mile run and just flow as much juice as you possibly can or how many. Out of a charge. Well, so first of all, when you're draining the pack, your actual voltage goes down right and there's a direct linear relationship between the voltage horsepower. So you don't WanNa, run it all the way down because then you'd be. Literally losing horsepower as you go down the run. So we're trying to stay in that top fifty percent of the pack. cried. So we took according to our calculations a wide open run would. Be Somewhere between sixteen twenty kilowatt hours of energy and which in a streetcar would get seventy five miles from Afri- right? Don't go. Of Energy yes. The range. And It'll be pretty gangster. If as another visual demo, you drove it like one hundred miles on the street. That'd be pretty cool. Yeah, we probably. Could make it over. To two inch off the ground or side it's funny because I'm driving home late night delirious work until late and I was like, why don't you take this on the street and I realize we can't even get out of the art and Law. Won't just? Center. Steering Angle. It's really you're charging it up basically every run right or you might get to yeah and I'll come back to steering angles acts on and talk about that a little bit. But the charging fascinating because we're doing kind of a world I, whatever you WANNA, call it again, we're crazy We are GONNA solar charge we figured out. This yeah I mean look at Man. It's beautiful out there right I will not on instagram and I just Kinda follow the Hashtag Bonneville Salt flats in it's neat Hashtag by the way because half of it is just bad ass automotive stuff and then the other half is a bunch of girls going out there and just posing with us alario. But in all honesty the wild, it's a wonderful piece of nature, right? It's absolutely gorgeous out there tons of photographs I mean we all look at you know sales slick photographs of cars and stuff like that, and and the southern California equivalent is El Mirage. Yes So video a lot is so we kind of have a responsibility to protect these areas right and we're like Oh. Yeah. We're the school electric car company that we show up. We just start firing up the generators or whatever it just doesn't make sense. So a good friend of mine actually a friend that goes all the way back to like five years old. has started a company called Tier for solar and he makes solar tracking systems that actually use Servoz to angle the panel so that they're always the most efficient angled son that's awesome were. Bringing that trailer out and we're actually going to generate electricity right there on the also. Runs. Basically, the sustainable team it'd be like you know VP showing up with their car and truck they got like a little petroleum distillery back. Yeah. No the the go actually be creating the fuel at Bonneville to. It's amazing. So you said there's four hours right in between runs. So can you charge up enough juice in four hours with that rig to be back where you need to be for run to? Yeah. Absolutely. So what we have is we have actually three battery packs or taken almost hundred twenty kilowatt hour vintage for the car. And the trailer has forty eight kilowatt hour plus some reserves. So the trailers got about fifty kilowatt hour. So if you take sixteen kilowatt hour in the fifty right off the bat without you know if it was completely cloudy, we'd still three runs off the trailer before we needed solar but you know it's GonNa be Sunny. It always is we're check the weather. So the whole time while we're depleting the batteries charging the solar system's charging those batteries up. And we've got him in rotation. So we've got a pretty good plan for this. We've done other events that have required creative charging and things like that. So Yeah. Definitely take some planning. We wanted to do something unique, and now you're GonNa go to Bonneville there's going to be you know all the stuff everywhere and then we're GonNa be the nurse in the corner with solar panels the electric car they made movies about the fucking nerds dude they make. About the nurse burden was a nerd but I hear from told Oh gale banks gale banks told us on the Bonneville salt flats burt Munro fucked everybody. A Hound and had a lot of sex on the Bonneville salt flats that's left out of the movie according to gale banks who was there in person to. You. Know I mean that that makes so much sense. The guy had some swagger he gets out of. Part. Ride in his car on the highway and all that stuff if the story is true. I bet you know the KI Ki We they're completely out of their minds,.
"bonneville" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Okay on this episode of the show a very cool guest. I haven't talked to the student awhile came up kind of last minute, but he's a really interesting guy Michael. Bream is the founder and. CEO, of Ev West. A company that builds and Converts Electric Cars down. In San, Diego area they have done some really cool streetcars. They've done some really cool race cars. They've raised pikes peak and pretty soon, they are going to Bonneville with their newest project. So here to talk about it on the zoom the CEO of e West Michael Bream. On small tar podcast. I've already done it. I've done it in the in the on awkwardness my own home. How are Ya antastic? You'd see. Yeah. What's I mean you know Since we last talked there's been quite a lot of development in the world of Evil Hot Rod. You can buy E v Crate Motors. Now I mean you know what a world right? I mean, it comes in a crate or why don't you tell me if you bought one of these things I mean GM brought that that electric crate And I took some kind of interest in it didn't you? Yeah, we did. We actually have easy west parts in there and cooled I. Think you know the reality is, is they try to make off in sound simple and Bolton but it's it's quite difficult and a lot of these guys are kind of in the space to get attention Yamaha motors recently of did something like that they're putting out a crate motor and we called Yamaha and they're like, no, it's not. It's really. Out there. Actually openly admitted like. Fishing there we just threatened the pond. This is such bullshit because you know often I, hear from people who want me to comment on the fact that. The new cafe standards are impossible to it's like, do you know how easy it is to say that we're going to go full ev by twenty thirty and then roll that Shit back in twenty twenty five when no one even remembers and your long. In Our news. Cycle. Say Anything and the news cycle is so short that by the time you walk it back later once it's clearly impossible just nobody gives a shit. The Craig's is GonNa Have Bluetooth work on blockchain. Put bitcoin right that yeah, it's it's interesting Matt I was just thinking about that the other day like if somebody could do like a best hits real and just go back through like GM announcements and I mean I feel like we've been told like three or four times from every automaker, they're having an electric truck or this out of the other thing and here it is twenty, twenty and Where are they right? Well, A-. Onto, something right isn't it we're really is a reinvite we're gonNA see Arena I mean that's a good point. You cannot buy not buy it and they don't have a fan I love Ribian. Let me tell you I love her the and I think got the best shot of anyone but they don't even have a factory built yet. Do you think they have a better shot of building a truck than than Tesla does? Want to die. Early And then into politics. Ev Crate Motors but it's important. To note the building an electric truck or a heavy duty vehicles, extremely difficult and extremely expensive, and so This isn't a model three or a key Niro or whatever they're trying market. They're trying to bring up a full size truck and compete with you know the Ford F, one, fifty, soul Arado, etc. that is You know no small task of the and again we're talking about essentially start up companies to this date haven't produced anything and I think Riviera's far far far ahead of everyone but you look at companies like Nikola and some of the other companies that are essentially trying to get her capital off of computer enters the. Funny. The Nicholas. I mean, the Nikola one was like. At every single thing about it from a to z seems like utter Horse Shit everything. Like like just in a casual reading. One article about Oh will that's bullshit and yet someone is out there going. You know with one of those dollar bills stripper guns just. All over the place juice. They change their train idea like a couple of times. Last two years right wasn't initially going to be a fuel cell semi truck, and then they pivoted to electric from hydrogen and and then just a few months ago they announced they're gonNA, make a pickup truck but I was researching it for a different story and it was like Oh. They haven't actually delivered a single vehicle yet your now is like high. The mind-blowing part is they they keep rolling out these rendered. I mean West since delivered more vehicles than all those guys in by livermore vehicles in. The Nikola. Endurance Hummer. So. Wait. Let's circle back You have a point and you do win their. Yes. Aside aside from from you know Tesla some Major Oem's you have delivered more vs that a lot of people with big valuations. That is true. why bliscoll back to why an electric crate motor is so much harder than it sounds. The battery to make sure you know integration all of these. Typically trying to convert older cars right and as we say, there's not a single right angle, a square angle anywhere in an older car, and so you're putting batteries for the most part have a square form factor into cars that are curved spout. Off Panel surfaces and things like that and in its heavy in these cars were designed with their weight distribution axle loads, and all that without ah battery in mind in the batteries, the single heaviest single largest element electric conversion. So really be successful you you Kinda have to go to square one like Tesla did and that's why they're doing so well because they didn't try and take or sonic or whatever and electrify it right they run literally just. Opened solid words click new file and started going for it and and I think that's why it's so heavy. So you get this kick any car like a Volvo P eighteen hundred right great car where do you put a battery pack of that right? So you really got a flexi engineering a little bit and be a little creative and also work with components that are the best in class some of the smallest most powerful lightest.
"bonneville" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Okay on this episode of the show a very cool guest. . I haven't talked to the student awhile came up kind of last minute, but , he's a really interesting guy <hes>. . Michael. Bream . is the founder and. . CEO, , of Ev West. . A company that builds and Converts Electric Cars <hes> down. In . San, , Diego area they have done some really cool streetcars. . They've done some really cool race cars. . They've raised pikes peak and pretty soon, they , are going to Bonneville with their newest project. . So here to talk about it <hes> on the zoom the CEO of e West Michael Bream. . On small tar podcast. . I've already done it. . I've done it in the in the on awkwardness my own home. . How are Ya antastic? ? You'd see. . Yeah. . What's <hes>? ? I mean you know Since we last talked there's been quite a lot of development in the world of Evil Hot Rod. . You can buy E v Crate Motors. Now . I mean you know what a world right? ? I mean, , it comes in a crate or why don't you tell me if you bought one of these things I mean GM brought that <hes> that electric crate <hes> <hes>. . And I took some kind of interest in it didn't you? ? Yeah, , we did. . We actually have easy west parts in there and cooled I. . Think you know the reality is, , is they try to make off in sound simple and Bolton <hes>, , but it's it's quite difficult and a lot of these guys are kind of in the space to get attention <hes> Yamaha motors recently of did something like that they're putting out a crate motor and we called Yamaha and they're like, , no, , it's not. . It's really. . Out there. . Actually openly admitted like. . Fishing there we just threatened the pond. . This is such bullshit because you know often I, , hear from people who want me to comment on the fact that. . The new cafe standards are impossible to it's like, , do you know how easy it is to say that we're going to go full ev by twenty thirty and then roll that Shit back in twenty twenty five when no one even remembers and your long. . In Our news. . Cycle. . Say Anything and the news cycle is so short that by the time you walk it back later once it's clearly impossible just nobody gives a shit. . The Craig's is GonNa Have Bluetooth work on blockchain. . Put bitcoin right that yeah, , it's it's interesting Matt I was just thinking about that the other day like if somebody could do like a best hits real and just go back through like GM announcements and I mean I feel like we've been told like three or four times from every automaker, , they're having an electric truck or this out of the other thing and here it is twenty, , twenty and <hes>. . Where are they right? ? Well, , A-. . Onto, , something right isn't it we're really is a reinvite we're gonNA see Arena I mean that's a good point. . You cannot buy not buy it and they don't have a fan I love Ribian. . Let me tell you I love her the and I think got the best shot of anyone but they don't even have a factory built yet. . Do you think they have a better shot of building a truck than than Tesla does? ? Want to die. . Early And then into politics. . Ev Crate Motors but it's important. . To note the building an electric truck or a heavy duty vehicles, , extremely difficult and extremely expensive, , and so <hes>. . This isn't a model three or a key Niro or whatever they're trying market. . They're trying to bring up a full size truck and compete with you know the Ford F, , one, , fifty, , soul Arado, , etc. . that is <hes>. . You know no small task of the and again we're talking about essentially start up companies <hes> to this date haven't produced anything and I think Riviera's far far far ahead of everyone <hes> but you look at companies like Nikola and some of the other companies that are essentially trying to get her capital off of computer enters
electric Bonneville car)
"Okay on this episode of the show a very cool guest. I haven't talked to the student awhile came up kind of last minute, but he's a really interesting guy Michael. Bream is the founder and. CEO, of Ev West. A company that builds and Converts Electric Cars down. In San, Diego area they have done some really cool streetcars. They've done some really cool race cars. They've raised pikes peak and pretty soon, they are going to Bonneville with their newest project. So here to talk about it on the zoom the CEO of e West Michael Bream. On small tar podcast. I've already done it. I've done it in the in the on awkwardness my own home. How are Ya antastic? You'd see. Yeah. What's I mean you know Since we last talked there's been quite a lot of development in the world of Evil Hot Rod. You can buy E v Crate Motors. Now I mean you know what a world right? I mean, it comes in a crate or why don't you tell me if you bought one of these things I mean GM brought that that electric crate And I took some kind of interest in it didn't you? Yeah, we did. We actually have easy west parts in there and cooled I. Think you know the reality is, is they try to make off in sound simple and Bolton but it's it's quite difficult and a lot of these guys are kind of in the space to get attention Yamaha motors recently of did something like that they're putting out a crate motor and we called Yamaha and they're like, no, it's not. It's really. Out there. Actually openly admitted like. Fishing there we just threatened the pond. This is such bullshit because you know often I, hear from people who want me to comment on the fact that. The new cafe standards are impossible to it's like, do you know how easy it is to say that we're going to go full ev by twenty thirty and then roll that Shit back in twenty twenty five when no one even remembers and your long. In Our news. Cycle. Say Anything and the news cycle is so short that by the time you walk it back later once it's clearly impossible just nobody gives a shit. The Craig's is GonNa Have Bluetooth work on blockchain. Put bitcoin right that yeah, it's it's interesting Matt I was just thinking about that the other day like if somebody could do like a best hits real and just go back through like GM announcements and I mean I feel like we've been told like three or four times from every automaker, they're having an electric truck or this out of the other thing and here it is twenty, twenty and Where are they right? Well, A-. Onto, something right isn't it we're really is a reinvite we're gonNA see Arena I mean that's a good point. You cannot buy not buy it and they don't have a fan I love Ribian. Let me tell you I love her the and I think got the best shot of anyone but they don't even have a factory built yet. Do you think they have a better shot of building a truck than than Tesla does? Want to die. Early And then into politics. Ev Crate Motors but it's important. To note the building an electric truck or a heavy duty vehicles, extremely difficult and extremely expensive, and so This isn't a model three or a key Niro or whatever they're trying market. They're trying to bring up a full size truck and compete with you know the Ford F, one, fifty, soul Arado, etc. that is You know no small task of the and again we're talking about essentially start up companies to this date haven't produced anything and I think Riviera's far far far ahead of everyone but you look at companies like Nikola and some of the other companies that are essentially trying to get her capital off of computer enters
Evel Knievel: Ramping Up To Glory
"Knievel Oh is one of the most iconic names of the twentieth century. There's a reason that people are still being compared to him nearly forty years after his last jump he rubbed elbows with Hollywood's greatest performed stunts. No one thought were possible. And pioneered the whole subject of stunting known as action sports which has blossomed into a multi multi billion dollar industry. Pretty much all of my favorite people of my childhood odor career to able able. Yeah I think we should preface this by saying most of our sources were just documentaries because there's a million documentaries on him The biggest one being being evil By Dick House House productions who did jackass a really good documentary She go check it out. After this absolutely I watched last night it is really good. Check it out on or wherever you can find it all right so Knievel performed over seventy five motorcycle jumps over his career. Most most of which were successful. Some were catastrophically unsuccessful. Many were on bikes. That weighed close to five hundred pounds. Most of the CAR Harley Davidsons. Yeah he loved Harley he he had a triumph Bonneville He actually started selling Honda motorcycles. which will get into? But I think that's crazy because Jeff I mean Jeremiah's motorcycle rider and he's like yeah it's like like motorcross jump. Bikes are like two hundred. Two hundred twenty pounds. He's jumping bike. That's three hundred pounds more than that. What's an an animal that was five hundred pounds grill? It's like jumping a hundred Yeah so these motorcycles are flat track bikes. That were. We're not designed to jump. As Joe said he also broke many many bones in his body and spent a lot of time in the hospital and against all odds he lived to a He lived to sixty nine years old. Nice Nice Nice for more impressive than his death. Defying stunts was eagles ability to act as his own promoter. Heitmann and publicist He knew how to pump up the drama and get the crowd on their feet I think that's my favorite part out of the documentary. I didn't know that evil was. He's like a handsome guy he's super now and just so confident like oozing confidence in every interview he does I. I guess it makes sense that he was so good at that. Because I mean you got I think if you have the mindset of like hey I'm going to jump over thirteen buses or whatever you also have to the confidence and be like I'm GonNa tell people who watch my stuff but like I don't know like you you talk to like race car drivers today. They're definitely there's only a few that only a few that can talk at all. Yeah EXAC- nerd. Best Friends with her dad. So it was very interesting seeing Mister Knievel and Action Green Anaconda by the way five hundred pounds. Wow which surprised me more because I. That's a big thing that makes a big meat tube. Evils Charisma inspired a new generation of stunt people around the world. He was a natural showman. con artist and outlaw. But he wasn't always evil He was born Robert. Craig Knievel on October thirteenth. Nineteen thirty in Butte Montana. Butte at the time was a small rough town known for the two things mindful of copper and bars full of miners. Robert's parents Robert Senior and an knievel gave birth to his brother. Nick a year later. Then They divorced soon after his mother moved to Reno and his father moved to California leaving Robert in Nick in the hands of their grandparents day says reading more round Butte and there is like three thirty thousand people in the town but there are three thousand prostitutes will serve all the miners so literally one tenth of the population was prostitutes. That means ten guys. We're doing the same Gal. Well Ignatius and Ama- knievel. His grandparents showered the kids with love and affection. Filling in a much-needed Ignatius We haven't Ignatius at donut. Then we haven't Agnosio. Yeah but like that's that's kind of a Sam his grandparents bought the boys Bicycles and toys and took in the fairs when Robert was eight Ignatius. Emma took him in his brother to a daredevil show. That would forever change his life from that point on the Joey Chitwood thrill show was a traveling. Extravaganza sends like a rockabilly band. Joey Chitwood Joe. Joey Joey Chitwood trill show played at the fair there. I'm surprised he didn't have his own signature. peachy cours So this extravaganza that featured stunt driver Joey Chitwood J. Turns and driving on two wheels and what amounted amounted to be a giant commercial for Chevrolet What really interested Young Kyu knievel? was the motorcycle stunts. Riders would smash new flaming boards at high speeds. They do we lease and jumped through flaming hoops. This show sparks something in Robert. In his words I would go home and take defenders of my bicycle and put clothes pins in cards so it sound like motorcycle. That was the start of his lifelong obsession with motorcycles. And
"bonneville" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"That's why Bonneville Seattle is proud to partner with the Seattle Seahawks and Carter Subaru in honoring mercy housing northwest as our charity of the month find out more at my north west dot com dad guess what what you are going to be a grandfather it's great you're going to be a wonderful mom and I can't wait to be a grandpa not too long ago most like this to my daughter would have been a challenge it was a long road for me to find myself again after Vietnam I struggled to connect with almost everyone in preferred being alone he was my neighbor Jim another Vietnam veteran finally convinced me that can still connect with my family and find their fulfilling life I'd lost in fact I called Jim first with the news about my granddaughter Lizzy I'm going to be a grandfather Hey let's get together and celebrate my pride was my armor they didn't know it then I couldn't put it in the words sad or scared still the loan I don't know how to reach out in silence but then I decided listen to Jim and went for help down to be a if I can take that first step after almost fifty years I know other veterans came to visit make the connection dot net to find out more every year state fair cal climbs the stairs of the John Hancock center in Chicago ninety four floors to the top it's called the hustle of the Hancock it's hard to believe when you watch the today that a few years ago his lungs were failing and he was fighting to survive for eight hours a day someone was pounding in my chest trying to keep my lungs clear I honestly don't think I had more than a couple weeks to live that's when Steve receive the gift of life a double lung transplant made possible by an organ donor after I got my new levels I started doing things that I'd never been able to do I never knew that even could feel this good steep climbs to honor his donor and to raise awareness for organ I in tissue donation wouldn't you like that when you left this beautiful planet could you could save a few lives on your way out it's an incredible gift imagine what.
"bonneville" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"That's why Bonneville Seattle is proud to partner with the Seattle Seahawks and Carter Subaru in honoring mercy housing northwest as our charity of the month find out more at my north west dot com guess what what you are going to be a grandfather that's great you're going to be a wonderful mom and I can't wait to be a grandpa not too long ago most like this to my daughter would have been a challenge it was a long road for me to find myself again after Vietnam I struggled to connect with almost everyone in preferred being alone he was my neighbor Jim another Vietnam veteran finally convinced me that can still connect with my family and find their fulfilling life I'd lost in fact I called Jim first with the news about my granddaughter Lizzy I'm going to be a grandfather let's get together and celebrate my pride was my armor they didn't know it then I couldn't put it in the works sad scared the loan I don't know how to reach out inside the dent I decided listen to Jim and went for help down to be a if I can take that first step after almost fifty years I know other veterans can to visit make the connection dot net to find out more every year state fair cal climbs the stairs at the John Hancock center in Chicago ninety four floors to the top it's called a hustler it's hard to believe when you watch the today that a few years ago his lungs were failing and he was fighting to survive for eight hours a day someone was pounding in my chest to try and keep my lungs clear I honestly don't think I had more than a couple weeks to live that's when Steve receive the gift of life a double lung transplant made possible by an organ donor after I got my new roles I started doing that I had never been able to do I never even could feel this good steep climbs to honor his donor and to raise awareness for organ nine tissue donation like that when you left this beautiful planet you could save a few lights on the way out it's an incredible gift imagine what you could make possible by leaving behind the gift of life learn more and sign up as an organ eye and tissue.
New Yorkers 'salt' roads after heavy snowfall
"Win the city has declared a snow alert starting at ten o'clock this morning our John Montone checks out the sanitation salt depot in lower Manhattan the sanitation sold spreading truck assigned to the west side highway in the forties and fifties was quite generous it looks like the Bonneville salt flats but this sanitation sold spreading guy tells me with the deep freeze coming the roads have to be covered a lot said so full it's full blast at full blast after after the last couple years they're not taking any chances which is what his boss sanitation commissioner Catherine Garcia is also say I think that we are taking a very conservative approach to make sure we are at the ready should this change on us as Bob Dylan one saying a change in the weather is known to be extreme and that's what we've got com John Montone and and wins at the sanitation soul
Debate rages over Utah's famous Bonneville Salt Flats
"A bitter debate rages on over the rages on over the future of Utah's at Bonneville salt flats one of America's most famous speed ways for more than a hundred years but today the salt that is essential to racing is going away WBBM news time for forty
"bonneville" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Make it onto the streets in this other station which i loved you know as a king fan i i. I thought that was terrific and europe. See right the fight this two hours five minutes. I thought the first hour in particular was absolutely terrific because it is by character and is about getting the this group of of losers back together again and performance as a great and they're so nailed on. We actually had some questions about this for people who've either seen the movie or seeing the trailer. Is this the best example of older casting young dole gaston gaston because there's so so spot on smets cowboys most quite get at them. That was pretty game. Ryan stevens tommy lee jones know how it works but it kind of weirdly did hear the voices though didn't they have the older guys w forces so that helped as well but here the film. It's it's yeah. It's absolutely crazy really regret casting but the performance is a fantastic. <hes> mcevoy chastain bill hader for me is a standout james robinson as well is s._a._g. And the wire on one of those weird examples of an actor always had a slight antipathy towards because he was so damn good a ciggie an offer lead loathsome awesome character in the wire since then. I've always had a bit of a problem with him whenever i seen him in film or a t._v. Show that's entirely on me but as a- as that is a big thing and this movie he's absolutely terrific so all forgiven greg read actor and <hes>. It's it's it has flaws. I would say yes a flaws flaws..
"bonneville" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I was <hes> in a very privileged position in the two. I've been working at done a film of jillions about a year before and during the break in filming one day i said would it be what are you writing next access to a few projects on the factors and he started describing downton abbey. I said that sounds really really interesting. <hes> you know can i have a look at it. When israelis earliest as a part i think you could probably pay anyway arrived months later and i was in the very rep position of having just been offered something else and <hes> so i was able to say to the producers were actually been somebody else say. I know you're sending it to me out of interest but if you want to make a counteroffer i would drop the other one <hes> and that's what happens and i incidentally who've you got who you looking at two to play you pause and then he said well. We haven't caught anybody yet but we <hes> we're going to approach maggie smith myth to play a violet and i said well good luck with other districts film. He played business cousin's husband. The third time third the time i was a tiny little project and then we did a <hes> a short-lived <hes> but writing rather brilliant sitcom called <hes> freezing <hes> in which she played herself basically played some coaches and <hes> and then danton yeah and in fact in freezing in the third episode of freezing thing <hes> agent paid by tom hollander calls her up and says cost more power for your office and julian fellowes country house thing you're playing a maid and <hes> and she went and she she plays a made alex kingston's added. Thank you all right so that was hugh bonneville laura carmichael michelle dockery talking to you in fear and we'll be reviewing downton abbey on the live show next week i kings place and if you wanna come and see me display. My knowledge is out now. That's a ticket seller isn't an itself. Oh boy and james really the actually genuinely lovesick into that shit's terry's stories really into it as well. I believe really is it like class porn for her. What's going on generally..
"bonneville" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Very very exciting then we're in edinburgh on september nineteenth <hes> at the cameo in edinburgh as part of the edinburgh international magazine festival <hes> but it's open to people who are of podcasts and empire phil's stuff so you know it's gonna be great. Show as well tickets available five picture house twenty six were in york. That's so out a sold out so that's the city screen but there might be returns were sold out as well and liverpool october third very very excited about that came through the new liverpool. Let me down <hes> as they have not been. Led me down for the last two or three years and then we are in brighton on october tenth and we're going to have some cool guests for that one as well and we're in belfast we aren't october seventeenth at the cinema festivals tickets available fired the cinematic website and we're going to be at the odeon in belfast for that one as well so come on in times along do come and see us <hes> because if this tour is a success we will be back next year for a bigger tour and hopefully we'll be able to hit some towns cities of people were disappointed that we weren't visiting this time around wales principally asheville bristol nashville nashville definitely some people keep people's people will get in touch and go when you come to new york when you come to tokyo tokyo's big one this vic i'd love to i'd love to do a podcast and tokyo. I'd love to plug has a new york. We'd be the only people there right. I assume same so. I mean listen if three hundred listeners are listening to this in tokyo and would love us to come out there then let us know let us know the demand is there we will supply supply. That's the chris hewitt promise. I feel fairly nashville hells. Yes i do a podcast. Nashville flooded amazing incredible russell up a half dozen people. You know half dozen amazing. We're already two percent of the way there. Oh my gosh all alright so the empire podcast twenty twenty coming to you from tokyo new york in nashville and wells and royals where i have to say wales super definitely well wales oils. Were not happy about being missed off anyway. Helen ugo plugs i do know i know this is home. I'm appalled. No my book came hi this week my second book. I haven't got my own copied so i had to go upstairs to the office and steal this from james. He has a copy. I don't have a copy but it's called the ultimate superhero movie guide and it's a guide to superhero movie uterit- honestly i don't know but i'm happy that they did because i watch a lot of their superhero movies and call it work <hes> which i don't think convinced any other just all <hes>. Some of them are actually so. I pleased to watch this section <hes> so yeah. It's it's it's now. I have remembered the title for once which is more than i did with my last book inverness..
"bonneville" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"We don't much yeah. We really don't. I'm he's great. I mean we love him as an actor. I don't know anything about this show. I still have mixed mixed mixed feelings on it. It's just such a broad. It could be almost anything so it could be completely terrible completely amazing to tell so at this point because i mean they've got three thousand years of history in middle earth to draw from and so it's quite hard to know exactly where they're gonna go. He could be l. fish. Though i feel feel like will poulter he do something can elfi you think yeah i don't know why i'm saying that but i am one of hobbiton his trixie hobbits trixie trixie hobbits a._b._c. human who knows they're gonna throw tons and tons and tons of cash at that one they've rated smogs horde under the mountain and they've used that the fund under the <hes> the show so early days yet but one antonio brown is draped in the first couple of episodes other. Let me extend by believer as he was the first few episode right so maybe he's doing more than two. <hes> i will boulder is a good sign for what may be to come in other casting newsweek. This is really interesting. In james gunn's cast for the suicide squad. Yeah is becoming more and more eclectic weird by the minute and yet kind of more. I have to see this film now. Yes upsetting isn't it. Of course every day is christmas eve. It's not upsetting. I'm thrilled that i'm thrilled about this film but i wasn't a big suicide squad so i'm not i'm not comfortable. I'm not in my come to comfort zone when i say that this looks amazing. Do you know what i mean. It's not it. It doesn't come naturally to me. I don't like him. Yes this is true. I i tried not to stand anywhere near to on the we wind the weirdest thing about that is one of the producers of the film is now in the trump administration and so it's probably not the worst thing that he's responsible for anymore but <hes> yeah i thought i just think that's such an amazing premise for a film that and the film did not necessarily deliver on the promise that premise oh good good word and yes <hes> yes yes so why we're talking about this is because the cast is swelling so the cast already included margot robie davis joachim mazing friend gye courtney to people who just love <hes>. I thought i'd like jon courtney. What are they ever said about. What about gordon. E feel like thank you data from the other fella. Yes i pass my feelings. I've worked through them. He was very good in house of cards joachim. Well done good on him but jacquart made no come on hey he was in jer- it was elvis awesome to cast david dastmalchian kurt from the movies is in the cast last dunya melt your fl aboard nathan fillion steve aggie or stephen edgy a._g. Plenty hill. How do you know you just guessing some professional like a person who's bena thing a._g. Yes david okay tyco y._t._d. As course was recently announced as well as being a for a role and now this week he's added to pete's peter capacity strong and pete davidson the storm possibly in the my role peter davison and just oh my god can imagine that will via mason. That should be your hard day's night. Yes just cast it all with like different dogs yeah. It's tom baker is john and actually sleeping. Capacity would be john. Tom baker's ringo. I guess peter davison would have to be poor. Oh wait hang on. I don't see a real every ten. This is a problem but we gotta go classics. Don't we do we we got to we've got to so when you got you got. You got either baker or sylvester mccoy to play george right. We're not using any of the dead ones on account and being dead. No fep point. Yes i mean i think the rules that can stats we could weekend again at bernie's j yeah he's fine. Neither the eagles will begin bernie's the involve. I think silvester mccoy just for like more the more accents meta all right and he can play the spoons so he's probably musical..
"bonneville" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"That's what i would do right so if you wanna have your question right out in the podcast question pretty good yeah you see i was i was down the questions but i think they they worked at all right and if you wanna have your questions on the podcast and treated with respect it deserves as the people did you can get in touch with this fine number methods. We're on twitter as at empire magazine use hashtag n._p._r. Podcast star we won't see the question or on facebook as well facebook member magazine and <hes>. There's e mail as well podcast empire online on c. o. m. how exciting right tied to delve deep into this week's movie news what has husband happening. Hell's bells start with you. That's a good question what has been happening. <hes> there has been news this week feel like with the first trailer. Hundred percent prepared repaired look. I actually look stuff up this morning. I've forgotten already and there was a trailer came for bad boys for life. Which is <hes>. Yes definitely now happening. I didn't i believe it until i saw it. There's no question about it. It's a film that's going to be coming out will reunite martin lawrence and will smith and i'm not a big fan of the bad boys movies he's but <hes> looking at this kind of really blast of those wonderful late eighty s ninety s bruckheimer visuals low primary we colors loads of over the top action low angles looking up like but also you know story by guys getting older and and dealing with that as well know much like in fight angel has fallen. Disgust is one of the best from the western here again. I'm not sure this really justifiable. Hey i'm i'm ben. Wheatley is going to be directing tomb raider very delete. He started then. He's going to be directing. The tomb raider sequel. Is this going to be. I feel like this is the taco i._t._t. Equivalent of this franchise something that is like getting slightly more. Maybe this guy slightly more than slightly more abandoned and then you just inject life into a pious unconventional dark to'real choice yeah yeah. I think it'll be really interesting what he does with a studio film. Actually yes studio film. I just have no idea what look like none whatsoever. I'm i'm really intrigued. I don't i don't i don't it. Does i genuinely when i saw i saw the news this week. My media went whoa what the hell because i imagine. Since then we broke onto the scene really with not so much down terrace but certainly with kill listens the first time that people really went through something really really promising here since he's made eight seven movies but i imagine he's high loads of overtures cheers from hollywood in that time. Come over and do something huge so choosing. The tomb raider movie is really interesting now. It's not as left field as you might think. I think he's a bit of a gamer think he might enjoy that aspect of this movie. The movie is also written by amy jump..
"bonneville" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"A great double bill helen. What's your favorite film. I changes from day to day as you know. Princess bride is up there. I was actually thinking of his girl friday. I really am related to this question. Which is one of the top ones see you need people who can talk really fast and be very very clever. Oh i did not maybe on a kendrick the rosalyn russell roy hill. Did you feel you said we suffer done this. Before robert downey junior he's tools around the country those we'd have to have compare for downey junior jank. Let's do the princess bride then okay. Let's do princess bride the princess bride okay so we need the most beautiful woman in the world to play buttercup the peanut rienscher cool okay and then we need very the handsome man who's also quite weird a little bit strange way chris hewitt. I'm sorry evan this correct no the best of the hollywood chris. I'm afraid i'll do it in english accent or australian his jeremy knows. Do you know what tom adelson will be pretty good as westlake life by myself but really you're not seeing that no don't think so okay <hes> and then for then the problem is under the giant. You can recast under the a giant light. There's only one you need an actual giant for that role. Maybe the rock mia could wear it must be muscles or something must be men of similar girth. Perhaps we should we should look into that. Shaquille o'neal okay all right so now for inigo oscar isaac look. Oh hello yes sold boom done jazzy very good. This you can come back then we go to think about the jewel of wits okay yeah so who plays zini <hes>. We need someone who can go toe to toe with tom. Huddleston almost one die laughing cassini's the militiamen cards run. Not i mean he hasn't basically changed. She doesn't if anything he's he's the j. k. simmons of this <music> scenario and in terms of directors. Though i mean it's hard i mean we recently about rob. Reiner's amazing eighties run <hes> because i think he was just you have to be heard o- spoiler sorry but i think it should be somebody who's on similar killer form at the moment but somebody who's gonna comedy and also emotion russian lulu wang. I just saw the farewell oh yep yep and she did a fantastic job on that so let's give her okay sounds choices. Indeed my favorite film listens. The podcast may not be surprised to know is evil dead two. What's the greatest movie ever made as objective. It's in the book. Look it up starring bruce campbell directed by sam ramey <hes> my remake star bruce campbell android to buy sam ramey. I knew you you're gonna say that because as much as i we discussed this you don't you don't fuck with perfection guys. I'm not sure bruce could do the full-body flip at his age but you know with wires and pulleys and levers no sorts c._j. Cheek yeah. I'm sure we could we could make it work. Possessed has time the whole the whole works. Sorry you think possessed hand would come back for this. We think possess time. Would i need a bigger trader obviously but i think this town'd coop persuaded possess on on hasn't unlocked recently since evil dead two and <hes> the addams family oversee <hes> well that was a different hand or no. You're kidding as a different time is up for the role but sadly didn't get it gosh rpm too prone to tacky people and trying to claw their faces off so they went with the different and i mean professionalism guys yeah absolutely so there you go is what i would do. Uh-huh recast the exact same movie and just make the same movie again and you know what i would do. I really honestly i would get the money for the movie. Tell people made it just show them. I led to an live at the rest of my days in a non extradition country off of work earning twenty percent of evil dead two money which i'm sure there is not enough to retire on really yeah..
"bonneville" Discussed on Noetic with Jared Angaza
"I think that my curiosity to see what can be created in this reality. Enter into reach to see what content can be reached. I WANNA I wanNA discover potential and in myself and in others and there's a side of me that really sometimes it gets hard to see where the world is. Sometimes you know there's so many political and you know it seems that there's a lot of negative news all the time so I I do think though that every person that is curious about potential and their impact to the rest of the world can create substantial ripples. And I think it starts with yourself. I want to believe in our humanity. I WANNA believe in our world I WANNA believe in our potential so I need to start with it myself and I think that's why I am always seeking to become like a better version of myself and to freely really boil down each action of what I do to be the change. I seek in others to for more on a cure consciousness. You know so potential would be the word. I'm potential yeah I love of the. Yeah I mean we. We all are influencing people everywhere we go right and you have you've set out. I've set out. A lot of our friends have to to deliberately influence other people and I think that what I what I'm catching from. You is that you you are influencing people to to be curious and to step out and into step out in a way that perhaps allows them to tap into their full potential totally. That's and that's good. Yeah and I feel just to to to enhance on that in. It's definitely the potential also like looking at what's in front of you and asking yourself why. Why do why are the things the way that they are? How can they be optimized? And what can I do to to step into that? More ought to optimize reality. It's kind of like again Picasso. When he said what was it learned. The rules like appropriate can break This one is so good so then seeing. What's in front of you seeing like okay? I'M GONNA I'M GONNA buy these three apples dwi she do. I WANNA put plastic. I what can I do right now? Why what can do right now to shift into though more often Optimize reality okay. No no plastic bag for today. You know any little thing. So it's just always questioning what is emptying curious to optimize and that is what potential is. That's beautiful yes. We got to ask the questions. We don't ask questions. Sometimes we don't think about what would it be like if I didn't take this bag and carrying a couples and I think that's Getting people to be curious and to tap into that is such an important thing and so valuable in our society today at this stage okay. So let's let's paint a little picture here for the old audience. Imagine you sitting somewhere. Probably in some cool treehouse. Or something some epic jungle canopy somewhere twenty years from now or whatever picking number further out down the road and you're just elated with what has happened over the last decade or decades or whatever what would you imagine at that point you would be looking back at and saying. Oh my God this. This was amazing. I'm so glad that my life impacted people in this particular way. We brought people's purpose out. Obviously I RECOGNIZE. That is connected. People with their purpose. I recognize that there are potential. Sorry what does it look like? What does it feel like as you look back and see what momentum is done? What you've done properly the ten other projects you've created and so on I. It's funny that you saved jungle canopy because the next project the the one that I am feeling probably most excited I've ever felt in my entire life is exactly what you're saying. It's not twenty years from now it's five years from now at the very maximum. There's a reality that were on forging right now that is in Costa Rica Hence. Why was really funny that you said that at the beginning of our call good? Costa Rica So my boyfriend is an architect in he ability hotel in Nicaragua and were. He's spending his time in Bali. Learning about bamboo in learning about building an alternative ways And the next step now to we love we'd definitely love like renting out these incredible places in not coconut plantations in coffee plantations in volcanoes in La La la but we definitely looking to build our own space so that it can be completely self. Reliance sustainable made van through with all of the all waterfalls and caves in our own tomatoes if we want to and we're thinking about buying land as a community and Reaching out to investors that are looking for a space within the within a created shared Costa Rican jungle canopy space and. I think that that is going to be where more people are going to be able to comment. Enjoy the space We're GONNA have more impact and we're going to be able to show that a truly sustainable reality can happen does happen so we can be like an inspiration for others to do the same as well. So yeah twenty years from now when I hanging out at the jungle canopy. Probably next to you. Let's be honest fair enough. Kids still so champions or something you know perfect. I'm really thankful that we were at a place in our humanity where Costa Rican land was affordable with beautiful beautiful waterfalls. And that we were able to buy at that time right before things started really shifting in the world because that's also be honest. Something is about two shifts a lot in the next decade and I just WanNa be ready For for when when it happens in A. Yeah so that's beautiful. I love that. Where can people do to support your work? Where where do they find you? I'll put all this stuff in the show notes for sure but go ahead and give a shout out to all the stuff that you're doing and how we can support you. I mean it's just social media on Instagram ten collective with an O. momentum and then facebook and if people have ever wanted to travel in a way that is super unconventional and that is more tailored to a purpose to calibrate for themselves into come to our residents as to just apply to one of our residents Limit THEMSELVES. It's it's the best way to understand because it's very hard to explain with words so that's the only as the only way but yeah. I love it when when you offer the ineffable that's beautiful something we can't even explain that's wonderful. Well thank you so much for being on the show for taking the time for doing this crazy dance that we did with the getting connected and this is our third attempt for everyone listening because of the Internet stuff going on between Bali and Kuala Import and here we are though we did it. It was so worth it. It was amazing. I've really enjoyed our talk. I could keep going. I imagine. We'll talk offline but I love how you've combined this all these elements these beautiful elements of imagination and creativity and circus and flow. And all these elements that these are the things that I study every day there. And you've you've managed to create a beautiful container for people to experience these things. I always look back to our our ancestors. The wisdom tradition and and I'm looking at elements that can and people that are bringing those things forward in today's world and that wisdom in today's world and I can literally feel the wisdom and the resolve of our ancestors coming through your words and your presence and I see that when I look at those things with momentum. I'm honored to have you on the show. I'm excited about what you're doing. I'm excited about your jungle canopy and Costa Rica. That sounds amazing. We'll talk more. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you for living the way you live for being a light.
"bonneville" Discussed on Noetic with Jared Angaza
"Share with us was actually somebody in house that said. If Yoga is the ratification of the cells then circus is the expression of all of yourselves. So how yes? Yeah so can you look at all your different south and express yourself in that moment in time not present moment and see what creates out what reality outside of yourself that creates call nuts so obviously we do like Lakota gratitude prayer ceremony every night and we go through things that we're grateful we always say immagination it's important to me to remind my children that That that is such an important part of our being our authentic self. You know and I agree. We are all creators. And when we're not creating we're not letting those creative juices flow through us from those universal creative juices flowing through US number not allowing ourselves. It's happened immagination. I think we're not connecting to Arthur. Who We were created to be. I'm seeing these movies and I find myself being very attractive to these things that are going on. That are very very creative. Hints our connection. Because I I see this coming out and I say now. They're something different. That's not the typical NGO. That's not the typical you know. Charity or whatever it is but when I look at what you're doing and how you're able to take people into a space to hold that sacred space for them to let them have their own transformation. Whatever that may be. That's the kind of thing that I think. The world needs more of now people to hold that safe container you know and not just the container. We do that in some other ways. But I think you've got a container that you also say okay. Now that you're in there and you're experiencing this heart openness. Let's let that's liberate a whole that creative expression to come out of you and express it to the world and I think I agree. I mean when we express that other people like you hanging off the wires and my kids and I look at it and my wife and everybody just bringing smiles to our faces and we're a million miles away. We're looking at a computer so I so I'm so grateful for the things that you're doing there and getting that infusing creativity and that kind of experience into people's lives i. I know one thing that has come from my certainly from my inner work and indefinitely from my psychedelic journeys. It's been this increased What I would call clairvoyance clear vision and the intuition that comes with that and I think in there also it could probably sprinkle in a lot of synchronicity shows up always like the point that stuff out even US connecting. There's been a lot of that kind of synchronicity. And and a Heath Armstrong bringing us together and things like that and talk to me a little bit about your experience with that clear vision that clairvoyance intuition and synchronicity in your life on your journey because of some of the things that you've engaged with Yeah intuition is by far our greatest superpower. It's it can speak so so loud me and then it can be also whispered. I think it depends on how much you take care of your channel with what you eat. For example. I think what we eat went. One of the things that will be. That is the most trained in house. Is Our culture vegetarianism if not veganism? And not just because I believe that you know the the probably the most profound shift that we can find or we can do ourselves by. What we it happens on her plate. Private speights running. Eat this and I think with like three hundred people coming into our doors in residency and training as hard as we do because we do training from seven thirty in the morning until five o'clock at night with maybe four hours a break in between we are training in movement arts and meditation in Yoga Breaking Down that belief that we need to eat meat to train while we re ARATU gate that we put that to the side. But it's also because the more that you're conscious of what you eat and how you eat the more. You're able to clear channel in that intuitive space where you can start listening to the subtleties of your being. And we. I mean I just really underestimated that growing up. I really underestimated I. Eight to feed the my taste buds. And now I eat to listen more profoundly to the guidance within knee and is one of the best ways to connect with your intuition but then others different cultures that say different things about your urine to connection to your tough right. So there's there's dream states there's discount like being able to connect with your own drains and taking out the Archetype the scenes. That are coming up in your train states to be able to guide in in your non and you're waking states so that's a that's one. I'm going around right now. It's a lot of fun and I think that is just taking care of your vessel. The more you take care of your vessel through sleep breath movement. Compassion is a big one And what you eat the more you will be able to calibrate your intuitive channel to be able to be guided by something that is more trusting and more loving for everything that is happening in every moment you know. So that's how I would answer that one beautiful spies. It say I agree. I've also been a vegetarian about fifteen years old so I've been on a game for a long time. I can't imagine like eating processed foods and putting that in my body and like all these trash and stuff that I've never had last. Night was Halloween sewing ceremony and with the kids and all that and it was it was such a great time. No candy no trick or treating no nothing. We had a bunch of people around. We're all together and we had this. We had such a beautiful experience totally clean with in terms of the food and the things that we we took him. We had vegan chilly. Everything was Vegan. Even the little treats and stuff that we had in the kids had such a great time. And I feel like so often we get into situations where people are like. Oh you're depriving yourself or you're depriving your kids especially that one. I'm like I do you know with this stuff. Does your body and my kids have never had it. They'd never even had a candy bar or it's been easier obviously on us not to have to deal with them having had that inundated in their lives like having this clean vessel. I love that you said that. That's something I think is so undervalued sometimes even get into mindfulness and and so on and people are hidden they think. Mindfulness is about meditating and so on them. Like mindfulness is about being mindful of every aspect of your life and life in general and this leads into another question too because it's It's so in line with creativity in awe an intuition clairvoyance and you make a nice segue there with the clean vessel discussion. Feel like when we have that cleaning vessel and we are going to the mountain top whether it be through meditation or psychedelics or both or whatever that for me is the greatest some of the greatest ingredients for getting me into a flow state. I feel like that. That's in line with that for me. Talk About Enlightenment. We talk about consciousness in the Taoist culture which I associate with most the concept of Wu way of this flowing through life and this doing without doing in this effortlessness but doing nothing but leaving nothing undone and essentially the flow state kind of scenario and man. I think you know we hear people. It's becoming more popular. You know Stephen. Culture stopped and coming out and state and who is Jason Silva obviously talks a lot about flow state as well. I feel like watching you. Guys on the do your thing floating up in the air and hanging from ribbons and trapeze and things like now that flow state like I've never witnessed before my life like to be able to be one with something like that and to kind of blend the edges. It's it's like a thin place. Which is very Halloween Sow Wayne? That's what the tradition was about that day in between the seasons of this place where we connect a little bit more anyway. I have such a reverence for that and I when I see it when I see something. Like that. And See WHOA. That's not normal like you can't do that when you're disconnected. You can't do that when you're not operating with a clean vessel. It's when I see all you up there doing this thinking you know these are these are a little angels fairies or whatever like hanging from the stars and I think what a magnificent thing anyway you. I'm getting caught up in my admiration of what you do but the talked a little bit about that about the flow state and the things that you experience when you are engaged in that short. It's it's funny that you say to talk about flow states because I've been studying with Jackie Justin for about a year and a half now on flow mastery and I am so honored to have found in in this amazing as summit called unconventional live with Jools router. Was there much synchronous steak. I started becoming really interested in flow master inflow states general budget year and a half ago because I did notice that some of the more is spent time in residence. The law realized that artists have this incredible ability to be fully immersed in what they do. You know for hours and hours and more hours and is like you gotta go get them to go eat and you gotta go get them to be like. Hey what's up? And they're just completely in an energized focus of what they're doing and I wanted to To study a little bit more because it's definitely a state but I was seeking for it not to be peak experienced but something that is always experience. Something that I could get into the moment woke up to the moment I went to bed and flow. Mastery definitely allowed me to understand that to get into a flow state. Number one is to bring consciousness to every moment and I think that's where we hit the nail on the mar momentum in residence. Is that when you bring Yoga to circus? Which is I think. I think the one thing that we did internationally. A really shifted things in the circus. Industry is when we brought up consciousness to circuit. So how can you be a Air On your silks and the about two triple back layout drug end. You are aware of your thought patterns. You are aware of your breath. You activate your courage. You activate your trust and release so in this is just for so extenders. Clowning how can be in a roomful fifty people and start discussing your personal experience as Venezuelan refugee or whatever and fully in the moment and let group judgments so that you are completely right here right now and so. That's when we started doing that. You're circus but it can be done right now as I speak the next words out of my mouth as I take the next step of Mitee. How can it bring more consciousness into one doing when you're fully conscious of every moment or you don't know if you can ever be fully but you know if you're making the effort at least then you? There's something deeper that happens because everything that you do in life through. Your actions is stemmed from a belief and that belief you WanNa talk about Peter..
"bonneville" Discussed on Noetic with Jared Angaza
"Low Mastery Jostle holds a master's in international politics prior to joining the circus. She worked in the United Nations on human rights issues. She's an Acro Yoga and circus performer. The actually grew up in the Montreal circus. It's quite an amazing story. She's a real deal in. This interview Gabby talks about how she's using. The circus mindset to help people explore their full potential beyond the typical emotional and spiritual boundaries. She talks about the power and importance of movement creativity community and collaboration on our journey into self actualization. This is a really meaningful and captivating discussion. I was really blown away by her intuition and connectedness and her genuine love for humanity. I'm excited for you to listen to this. It was quite inspiring and quite mind expanding It was just beautiful journey of her story. Happy due to This is space for authentic conversations around indigenous wisdom consciousness and wonder we dance with the big questions like who are we. Why are we here? And how do we contribute to a more peaceful and harmonious society? How do we live authentically and fully alive? WanNa thank you for joining me. And Reverence and gratitude today to explore the wonder of the spectacular cosmos that we're all so fortunate to be a part of. I'm jared Gaza and this is no Hey gabby thanks so much for being on the show today. I'm delighted it's been. We've had quite an ordeal getting together because you are not in the US and let's start there paint a little picture. Give a scene. What's what's your scene look like right now. I'm in Colin par in Malaysia on the forty second floor of this beautiful builds angle for the king city. And I've been here for forty eight hours coming in from Bali Indonesia so I've been hopping around in the southeast Pacific With momentum proactive and just seeing the sights of these gorgeous cultures. Yeah just in my living room right now. I'm just an IT mixed teas so excellent took to it. Well so you are all over the place. Every time I follow you online and specifically on instagram quite a bit and see your pictures with floating around all over the world. Where are you where do you? What do you call home base at this point Can I say planet Earth another being cheesy? You could definitely say that I I respect that. Yeah I mean homebase guessing would can be answered depending on what you consider home right like mom and dad are in Ottawa Ontario Canada. As where I grew up Mine home is also Nicaragua. Which is where I did my yoga teacher training and where I learned how to manage my breath and my thoughts and movement so that is where I feel most my home and I'm also home with the circus riot because we're a family were community that will together so it really doesn't matter the location geographically because it really matters the people that I'm traveling with in creating these little sub realities together so home right now here in quantum par but the future news yet to be told for sure beautiful. That sounds wonderful. Well you mentioned the circus. Obviously we can't just walk through that one so let's go back into and obviously read up on you and I know something about your history and your family being in the Montreal circus and so on. How did that impact you? I mean I can see on the on the obvious side and The Akron Circus stuff. Now but how did that impact you even from an emotional standpoint as a kid growing up in that environment Great question it impacted me it. It relates need freed me. I think from the constraints of what was told was normal at school and university in society. In general I definitely was without like the e the negative connotations of the word escape. It definitely allowed with positive connotations of the word escape where I was able to express myself really an authentic LII and at like the weirdest version of myself and it be normal and yeah. I definitely found that with my family. The whole circus game happened started happening when mine might Venezuelan family left Venezuela to go to Canada and the ones that part of my generation ended up really loving the Montreal circus and dabbling a little bit in here doubling little bit in there and then five years later they were touring with Lee said Dwight Lemay or the fingers or they had become professional clowns tore in Canada and telling their story through the clown perspective and that just made circus a part of our lives that ended a part of our normal so emotionally speaking. Yeah it was very freeing growing up with it. Yeah Oh that's beautiful. I obviously I have kids. And the when talking about parenting. It's always been a discussion kind of in the back of my mind. I I don't know I just want to raise them like Peter. Pan like anything's possible and ensure let's do that or where that or whatever and I think that environmental now I recognize from a you know just biological neurological standpoint. How we're influenced by our environment and that's the people in as well as the natural environment and I think that growing up you know in an atmosphere of for my kids. I want them to grow up in an atmosphere. That has some of those dynamics. Even to what you're describing there with the circus and that it's okay to be you to be authentic to be wild. I think are we come into this. World is wild wings and then the world kind of pounds out of US and says No. That's not cool and I think it's beautiful just to hear your story and growing up in that and then obviously we can see where you're at on the other end of this In how it has You've carried on some of that tradition. So now you're creating environments once again on your own in oil with your team in all the other people in the collective creating these environments where people can come and sounds like to have a kind of similar experience to what you appreciate it as a child. Does that sound right? I mean yeah definitely. I'm I'd take inspiration from the things that freed me and allowed me to be my most expensive south growing up. I think we're all really We all take inspiration from our right. We take the things that were a and maybe less than the ones that didn't work so much for us so there is definitely a lot from growing up that has been fused with momentum but I also think that there is a type of relationship happening between the other people Cruise most expensive forms of inspirations from their childhood merged with my own has created. This really really amazing reality and you know I always joke around with Johnny Terezin release avid when Taylor like the people that helped me the most with this that where. It's kind of like being in a romantic relationship. But just without the sex you was making a reality future together and even creating a safe space for other people to be able to thrive within the boundaries of our creation. Right so yeah. So Yeah Yeah can you. That answers your question but oh sure absolutely. I've created lot of projects and been part of projects and stuff over the years and those initial conversations are always so beautiful. I feel like I should capture them on video or something. What was it like when you were creating momentum collective with with all your colleagues your your friends your family and these people that share this perspective in various ways and they share this vision. You guys have a common vision and it's really beautiful. What was it like when you were putting all that together like the thought of this should exist. Let's do it. Let's let a really great question to the honest. My my first instinct to want to save a lot of fun really beautiful. But I don't I wouldn't say one of the easiest thing. Hey I think when people have ideas on creating something that can be described in words but can only be lived through feelings and then trying to describe these feelings in words people get really confused people just like what are you talking about like what do you mean you. WanNa start a space or community where people can do circes to Montreal to do that. You know but it's not more sacred is where we're going to be elevating meditation and Yoga as part of a circus consciousness and people are what what are you talking about. What does that look like? It looked like me being on a beach in Nicaragua watching sunset and talking to one of my really good friends about life. And what we're here to do. And what the whole purpose of this thing is all about and discussing Visiting for future that doesn't exist so it was very much very simple but when I spoke about it with My family my parents were always very supportive. But I don't think they really understood it. I think they understood this year to be honest after cutting. Now they're like okay. Let's see so but it especially with people back home with with the nine to five jobs. In the end the weightings have been set for themselves. It was very hard to comprehend in Until they were able to come live at now were they able to understand but it was. It was very much with one other person and by talking about it and believing getting excited about it than we were able to put ourselves in the path in space and time to meet the other people that are in our lives today. Doing this with US excellent. Do you feel like you have a or had any major influences that that you carry forward with you today. That came either from the circus or family or anything any of these these kind of pivot moments throughout your life. Yeah there's been there's been quite a few of these pivotal moments in my life Definitely mind mother was a big one she left Venezuela when she was eighteen to become a ballerina to pursue her train as.
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"Fifty one and a half century. After pioneering auto racer Mickey Thompson set out to break the land speed record. In a new car his son has finally done it in the same car Danny Thompson broke the land speed record for a piston engine card Bonneville over the, weekend everage over, two runs of over four hundred forty, eight miles an hour and every did, this in the challenger to, our car that, his father Mickey Thompson built back in one thousand nine hundred sixty the weather Bonneville didn't, cooperate that year And for one reason or another Mickey Thompson never got a chance to try for the speed record. And challenger, to before he and his wife were murdered. In nineteen Eighty-eight fast forward to now Danny Thompson pulled the old speed, racer out of. Mothballs put in a pair of nitro fueled, v eight engines that could crank out five thousand horsepower and finally got the record his
Drug to Treat Smallpox Approved by F.D.A., a Move Against Bioterrorism
"The movie primary cast members are all set to return including hugh bonneville is the earl of grantham and maggie smith as the dowager countess is but you seem the big trouble series creator julian fellowes wrote the screenplay and he'll be back to produce focus says the movie will be released sometime next year deborah rodriguez cbs news there are tens of thousands of untested rape kits across the country and yet another hurdle for sex assault victims is where to get tested in the first place fourteen percent of the nation's hospitals are equipped to administer rape kit the critical gathering of dna evidence that can help lead to a prosecution but this week a bill introduced by to washington state congresswoman would begin to change that by training more nurses on the kits and increasing access senator patty murray survivors access to supportive care act takes important steps to make sure we treat sexual assault examinations at a healthcare priority not an afterthought or an inconvenience the bill has bipartisan support colleen o'brien for cbs news seattle the fda has approved the first treatment for smallpox the deadly disease was wiped out for decades ago but there are concerns it could be used in a terror attack the maker of t pox has already delivered two million treatments for stockpiling by the government to test the treatment animals were infected with a similar virus than given the drug and ninety percent survived a big festival getting some backup after some big problems last year were upset last year when cell providers were not able to keep up with the traffic but pok mon go fast should be fine this year the tribune reports the four major cell carriers are working with the games developer to provide additional coverage during the.
Twitter-Follower Policy Results in Celebs Losing Millions of Followers
"Go how about that production starting this summer original creator julian fellowes has already written the scare the screenplay they say oh maggie smith michelle dockery hugh bonneville power they're all back no word on where the stories headed tutored said most users lose four followers or fewer this week when it removed tens of millions of accounts earlier lock through the suspicious activity but some lost a lot more than that katy perry for example foster two point eight million followers justin bieber lost two point seven million former president obama nearly two point four million president trump's twitter account drop by two hundred four thousand who lost the most twitter on its own account drop more than twelve percent of his very own followers get ready for a third season of queer eye the net flicks reality makeover show got four emmy nominations yesterday today the go ahead for eight more episodes all five.
Bus driver fired after telling man he wasn't picked up because he's black
"Now is you'll love the movie go downton fans focus feature says it's beginning production this summer on downton abbey the movie primary cast members are all set to return including hugh bonneville as the earl of grantham and maggie smith as the dowager countess the big trouble series creator julian fellowes wrote the screenplay and he'll be back to produce focus says the movie will be released sometime next year deborah rodriguez cbs news massachusetts must driver's been fired for telling a wouldbe passenger he wasn't picked up because he's black the martha's vineyard transit authority says the exchange was caught on video when a man asks the bus driver why he was passed by the driver i said the bus was full but then said it's because you are black sam litzinger cbs news introductory loan.
Thai cave rescue: boys meant to stay 1 hour in cave, but outside, rains began
"The show is making a return on the big screen it's a go downton fans focus features says it's beginning production this summer on downton abbey the movie primary cast members are all set to return including hugh bonneville as the earl of grantham and maggie smith as the dowager countess is but you seem a bit probably series creator julian fellowes wrote the screenplay and he'll be back to produce focus says the movie will be released sometime next year deborah rodriguez cbs news well the father of the youngest boy rescued from that cave in thailand is offering terrifying new details of how the group got trapped he tells cbs this morning his eleven year old son and the rest of his soccer team and their coach only meant to be in the cave for about an hour but had to run deeper inside when a storm surge came water came rushing in he credits the coach for keeping the boys calm.
Downton Abbey Movie Is Officially Happening With Original Cast Returning for More Crawley Family Drama
"Time is now twelve forty one no details yet on the condition of a woman who was stabbed at a home in northfield township leading to a stand off that lasted several hours overnight police were called to a home on north ridge drive near seven mile road for domestic assault a woman in her mid forties who was taken to the hospital after being stabbed officers arrested a fifty two year old monroe man after he barricaded himself inside the house for several hours he was taken into custody without incident the detroit grand prix committee made their pitch this warning to keep the race under a multi year deal with the dnr chairman bud danker telling w w j that they have reduced the time to set up and break down the race site to make sure more of the island park is available to the public time period on the island is important for the public it's also important for us to listen to them and make these changes in the we're gonna continue to do that and hopefully we'll get better ideas that come about and and be better stewards than helpful as well critics have been more vocal about moving the rates from belle isle danker says the event has been beneficial to the park a final decision by state officials is expected in several weeks it's christmas in july for downton abbey aficionados it's a go downton fans focused beecher says it's beginning production this summer on downton abbey the movie primary cast members are all set to return including hugh bonneville as the earl of grantham and maggie smith as the dowager countess big trouble series creator julian fellowes wrote the screenplay and he'll be back to produce focus says the movie will be released sometime next year deborah rodriguez cbs news w w j news time now twelve forty three a female report shows the agency was far from prepared when hurricane maria puerto rico last year cbs news correspondent peter king has more the wait for help seemed almost infinite we've been here twenty six hours we are having humanitarian crisis a crisis fema says it wasn't prepared to handle the agency says it underestimated the poor shape of the power grid before the storm and how hard it would be to restore electricity and communications to the island afterwards it also had little idea of how much food and water would be needed and how hard it would be to get it there fema says it's puerto rico warehouse was almost empty because of the response to hurricane irma just days earlier homeland security chief kirsten nielsen says lessons learned will help prepare.
New Starbucks policy: No purchase needed to sit in cafes
"And komonews dot com french on a morning mountain bike riding thirty miles east of seattle attacked by a cougar killing one of the men who leaving the second hospitalized and was described as a rare occurrence for the region the cougar later found up a tree near the dead man's body agents from washington state fish and wildlife police shooting and killing hours after the saturday attack us authorities arresting a seattle woman and conducted raids in investigation into what they say is an international criminal operations that grew marijuana in seventeen homes using chinese funds and then sold the crop in new york illegally report saying the us agents are searching for two men suspected of leading the crime ring which the government says involved hundreds of thousands of dollars wired to the us from china for the pot growing starbucks announcing this weekend policy that allows anyone to sit in cafes or use it's restrooms even if they don't buy anything a new policy comes five weeks after two black men who hadn't bought anything were arrested at a philadelphia starbucks spring chinook salmon the counts in the snake and columbia river is improving after a late start to this year's run but fishery managers in idaho oregon and here in washington still unsure how strong the final run will be for anglers flows on the lower columbia river have surged in recent weeks and maybe responsible for a dip in the number of chinook passing bonneville dam late last week and earlier this week you're listening to komo news renton police hope you can help a number of men linked to a car prowling a car theft and several cases of fraud all three crimes targeted the same couple neil jody hunt can't escape the torment that's followed them for weeks it's hard to think back on ten minutes and how ten minutes can affect the next period of your life in.