23 Burst results for "Celica"
The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"celica" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"Wait, what? I'll close to 5, $6000 on shit in Canada. You went to target, it's been two 50. That's a lot of candles, man. Sam, I like to be an open and honest person, you know what I'm saying? You guys are laughing at my trauma. I'm just trying to imagine how many candles is that. Usually I open that door from a long day's workout to smell that aroma. That's right. Sit down, take your feet up, sir. Very good. Okay. This guy's my new favorite. I was going to say, that is next year's MVP. We have to get this guy in the air. That's hilarious. So cool. So funny. Thanks for giving us our time well. He was the man. God damn it. That is terrific. I often ask the question, what's the first thing you bought when you finally had any money? In my case, it was a dog. I finally had my first new car at age 34. But I had enough money. I figured I could actually finally get a dog. Christy, first thing you bought when you finally had adult money. I don't have adult money yet, but I would buy a dog. I'm just kidding. No, I bought a car. A car. That's right. You're so car conscious. Yeah, I bought my first car at 20 something. I was 34. I bought an a suzu trooper two door. The cheapest vehicle you could buy in America. How about a Toyota celica black? It was blacked out. Oh, it was so pretty. The ASUS trooper was a great car, but if you got on a freeway and there was a wind, it was like having a giant Spinnaker on the side of your car. And you have one of those ace. Mine at four doors. Oh, that's right. I got the early edition. I got the two door. It's probably one of them still on the road somewhere. That was a great car. Josh, first thing you bought when you had enough money to pay your rent and everything else. I just paid off debts. That was Jeff sure. I still pay mortgage. You didn't do it like any mad money thing like one buy a full size doll from one of those movies you like or something. No, I just wanted to pay off things. And I got there. No, it was a piece of mind type. You did just any mad money purchases for you? Oh, no, no, no, no. No. No mad money. Now we go to the king. What do you got? I don't know. What are you selling? I'm buying before what are you talking about? In your case, I have to go. I have to re ask the question, even though you didn't have any money, dumbest thing you bought. Oh boy, how
Elevation Church Podcast
"celica" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast
"Might see less of your preference, but God wants you to become more purposeful. How many of you are saved by the bell fans? I'm really dating myself talking about jaws and say by the bell. Zack Morris was my hero. I remember, I took a picture of Zach to my barber and I said, give me his hair. Didn't quite work out that way, but I got the next best thing. Because I want exact self. Y'all remember that, it's like the size of a toaster, just massive. Well, I didn't get the cell phone, but I was one of the first students at Spring Valley high school in 1993 to get a car phone. The army or car phones at our attached to your car. So it was attached to my Toyota celica. And I just, I just thought I was the man that was going to help my dating life that I could be like, hey girl, come check out my car phone in my celica. Which sounds super sketchy and creepy. So if anybody ever says that, don't do it. I promise I had pure intentions. It didn't really work. I was a short guy in high school. I needed all the help I could get. But here's the thing about the car phone in 1993. It didn't work. A lot of the places because there weren't a ton of cell phone towers. And this was especially noticeable to me when I worked at a Christian camp in ridgeway, South Carolina. And I couldn't get a signal anywhere. And there was one night where there was a long line for the landline. Remember those. And I was like, I'm determined. I'm going to make the call. I need to make tonight. So I get in my car, and I drive around the camp, and I go to the very top of the camp, the highest point, which is the softball field, and I drive up and down the softball field, trying to find a signal, and I eventually found the sweet spot. It was like this one, tiny spot, and if I just moved a little bit forward or put my car in reverse, I wouldn't get a signal, but right there in that spot, I could make a call. I made a call to the girl that I had talked into dating me at the time. But we had to keep it quick because a 5 minute call then costs as much as like your monthly bill now. But here's what I realized from much of my life, I have thought about the purpose of God like that car phone. Like it only worked under ideal conditions. That all of my preferences had to be met that all of my wish lists had to be fulfilled. And so I had to search for it in the perfect job, but then I had to have the perfect family over here and then I had to make sure I had the right amount of resource and the right amount of influence and it had to feel all the right things and maybe when all those things converge together, then God could finally use me. I don't know if you've ever found that, but I have it. Or maybe there's just a glimpse of it, but it quickly got messed up. Now thankfully, we don't have car phones anymore. We have, we have these. This is my iPhone. You might have an Android. I'm not here to judge your phone choices. But this is a massive upgrade because it pretty much works anywhere. As long as it's with me, I can use it. So I've used this in Charlotte, I've used this in Colombia. I've used it in the UK. I've used it in Israel, used it in Australia. Use it in Gaston county. I've used it in a hospital, I've used it on my way to my friend's funeral. I've used it at work. I've used it everywhere because it's portable. And what I'm really thankful for right now is that my purpose isn't like that old car phone where it had to be in one spot for God to use me. But my purpose is portable. And your purpose is portable. We carry it with us. You can be full of purpose, you can be full of purpose in the job you love, you can be full of purpose in the job that you hate. You can be full of purpose as a single person, you can be full of purpose when you're married. You can be full of purpose when everything is going wrong in your life and you can be full of purpose when everything is going right because your purpose is not career dependent. It's not dependent on your preference. It's based on who you are and what you carry as a follower of Jesus. And Paul explains what our purpose is and ephesians three 21. It says to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations forever and ever. So it's God's glory and all generations through the church. When you build the church, you are walking in purpose. When you build the church, you are living out your purpose, but also it's when you go out and live like the church. When you take the heart of Jesus, the heart of the church into every sphere of your life, that is how we glorify God and Paul tells us what that kind of life looks like in ephesians four one through three as a prisoner for the lord then I urge you to live a life worthy of the calling you ever received, be completely humble and gentle, be patient, bearing with one another in love, make every effort to keep the unity of the spirit through the bond of peace. That description does not really describe our world right now at all. Which is why we as the church can make such a powerful difference. Because when we live and love and serve and obey in a way that makes no sense to the world, it makes them take notice of Jesus. So that is the light that we're meant to carry with us. So ask yourself today, am I carrying more humility and gentleness into every interaction? Am I displaying more patients in a world that runs people over in the name of greed and efficiency? Am I bearing one another's burdens and love? Am I making every effort to
"celica" Discussed on TechtalkRadio
"Interviewed that guy once. He was so cool. I'll tell you some really cool. All right, you remember the road warrior? The second movie in the Mad Max series, Mel Gibson, of course, and he's in the wasteland, and there was oil tankers. You remember that one shot? I mean, I'm sure I've seen it. There was a little feral kid in that. And that's what he was called. It's feral kid. That kid Emil minty is the kid's name has grown up. He bought himself something the other day in Australia, and I thought this is so cool. That's why I love social media because I mean, you get online, you can see what these people are doing today. A follow him on Facebook. He bought himself a V8 interceptor Mustang that is only available in Australia. And I don't know if it has to do something with, you know, Mad Max or whatnot. But the license plate that he got on it, the last V8 on it, which is just super cool. Oh, wow. So if you don't follow him, Emil mentees on Facebook, you can actually see the video there of him firing the car up, which just sounds so good. You know, my neighbor actually across the street just bought himself a Mustang, rausch edition. Fully roused out. I mean, and when he starts this car up, it rattles my windows. And I'm not even talking about him revving the engine. I'm just talking about him starting the car up. It rattles the window. Play a car's supposed to sound. Yeah, of course. The Roush, the Roush performance stuff is legit. Yeah. Yeah, and this is a beautiful looking car. Well, there's a guy that used to work at Ford. And he has taken the Ford Mustang GTO 67, 1967 GTO, and he has rebuilt it. Completely from scratch. He's selling this thing for $350,000. Oh my gosh. But it is, if you were to take a trip back in time to 1967 and buy this car, this is what it would be, basically it's just been completely rebuilt, you know, everything from scratch. And he was at Ford for like 17, maybe 18 years before he went off and did this and people are loving it. And again, that's the thing about the Internet. Now you can get online. You can buy a car online. You can bid on a car online. You can check out a car online. And you can even check out the electric vehicles that are running the sounds of these cars. He had to find that he had to find a front windshield for his Volkswagen bus. And he finally found a vendor online that was selling authentic, not authentic, but like replica sized glass windows and so he was able to get one and get it shipped and install it. You remember before the Internet, what you'd have to do, you have to go to a junkyard and hopefully that person knew other people and they would just start calling people on the phone. I mean, I had a friend of mine that owned a junkyard in Palm Springs in India and that's exactly what he would do. I remember I needed apart for my Toyota celica and he got on the phone. He didn't have any, but he found some guy in riverside, not too far away. They shipped the part, and that's how you did it back then. Now it's everything is on the Internet. It's basically kind of cool. That's kind of why we're here. There have been some cool things. Number one, Justin has been pretty excited because, well, you have all these announcements. You've got, let's say you've got iPhone 14 pro max, and I don't have an announcement about that. Well, no, no, hold on, hold on, let me just say okay. You got all these. You've got Samsung with its folio and it's full. And then you've got Google putting out their pixel 7 pro making the announcement, which surprises me because you already got yourself the Google pixel watch. I did announce, right? I did. So yeah, the Google pixel watch, I was watching the launch event, October 6th. I want to say it was. I remember exactly what day it was. But yeah, as I was watching the event, I was at work, so if my boss is watching, I'm sorry. For listening, I'm sorry. But I was watching the event. And I was at the same time on my other monitor. I was refreshing the store page over and over and over and over again. And I got to the point where when I refreshed it, it showed pixel watch. And I'm like, bam, purchase. And so immediately I purchased the pixel watch and initially said it would be delivered October 12th or 13th. October 12th, 13th, came around, no watch, and then all of a sudden it was like 17th and 18th, and I'm like, oh, come on. So I got the watch on the 17th. And it was delivered. I had to actually deliver it to my work because I didn't want to deliver to my house just in case I wasn't there to pick up the package. Right. So I had to deliver to work over at water world. And it was funny is where I personally work is more the administration building, but when UPS and FedEx and other people, they come, they go down down below at the bottom of the water park because again, you know, it's a water park, water flows downhill, right? Yeah. So at the bottom of the water park, that was the maintenance building, and that's where they deliver the packages too. So I had to get in my car and drive around the water park. Go to the maintenance building, pick up my watch, and I was able to get it, so thankfully, yes, I got the watch, and you had the tick watch. And I remember you buy it. Yeah, I had a couple different tick watches. Right, and you bought that as a KickStarter campaign.
Mac OS Ken
"celica" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"From there, things got unusual. Problems listed by 9 to 5 Mac include Apple store checkout process throwing up error messages, Apple trade in features, giving error messages, the Apple store online website redirecting to page not found. The Apple store app can not connect to the Apple store. You must connect to the Internet to access the Apple store, carry your approvals via the Apple store. We're not processing correctly and showing error messages. Some users were seeing delivery estimates pushback after placing their order, despite being told they'd get it on launch day, and some users ended up with multiple orders because the Apple store says the order failed, but it was actually completed. Doing an amazing your mileage may vary the no celica's podcast Allison Sheridan said on Twitter that her husband was able to complete his order while the Apple store for her kept saying almost there. Her problem cleared up literally a couple minutes later though. A slot channel line men featured one guy saying he had placed his order about 5 15 a.m. Pacific for pickup at an Apple store this Friday, he went back to bed and woke up a few hours later to an email saying his phone would be delivered between the 28th of September and the 5th of October. A guy in the same slack decided to skip the whole first in line thing. He placed his order an hour after they started and had no trouble, he'll not be getting his phone this Friday though. Winning that hour means he's waiting two or three weeks for delivery. Meanwhile, Alison Sheridan checked a couple of hours after orders began and found that had she slept in. She'd been able to order the exact same phone that she ordered at 5 a.m. and pick it up at the Apple store this Friday. Things appear to have been problematic from a few angles. The 9 to 5 Mac piece says the three big U.S. carriers were having issues. The sites per Verizon and AT&T were said to have been glitchy, though T mobile fared much worse an hour into the ordering process, 9 to 5 marks at the un carrier's ordering system had been and remained offline. A piece from Apple insider said that the carrier was still unable to process orders hours after the carrier's site listed the range as available. It's unclear how many hours but still not great. Due to high demand the T mobile site said, we are experiencing some technical challenges completing transactions, our teams are urgently working this issue, we apologize for the temporary inconvenience. As for what people are or were or are ordering indications are that early buyers and Apple were focused on the pro phones informally when I checked Sunday afternoon 256 gigabyte iPhone 14 pro units showed delivery between the 11th and 18th of October. Bump that to a 14 pro max and delivery slipped to somewhere between the 18th and 25th of October. Meanwhile, 256 gigabyte iPhone 14 units were still showing delivery for this Friday, the 16th September, iPhone 14 plus is supposed to start shipping on the 7th of October, doing my same informal checks Sunday afternoon for 256 gigabyte models, showed the plus phones shipping on day one. It's not just my informal checks lending weight to the pro phones. As early as last Friday, a piece from cult of Mac said wait for the iPhone 14 pro line had already slipped into October. Whether Apple expected such apparently high demand, the Cupertino company seems to have expected demand to skew to the high end. A piece from the Mac observer had TF international analyst Ming Chi quo indicating that in terms of apple's orders, a significant majority was for the pro phones. In a Twitter post, the analyst said that apple's orders for iPhone 14 pro pro max accounted for about 85% of iPhone 14 orders coming in last. iPhone 14 plus. The bigger of apple's consumer phones is said to have accounted for less than 5% of apple's orders in the 14 line. While that is a significant start, the numbers could or should change as time passes. The TF international analyst went on to say in a separate Twitter post, pre orders for apple's high end products have always been more popular in the early stage this year's order allocation for pro models as higher versus previous years from this survey reflecting apple's product segmentation strategy change only prose received major updates. Positive as the pre orders may seem, all of this comes with caveats. Friday morning's tech meltdown could be indicative of unexpected demand. Could have also just been a meltdown. As Apple three Philip Elmer dewitt pointed out, shortages don't necessarily tell us what's going on could be supply, could be demand, still he does say that it does look good for Apple. Adding to that read was Wedbush analyst and you'll Ives the same Apple three piece had him saying in a note that demand and orders for iPhone 14 are tracking slightly ahead of iPhone 13 and are tracking ahead of his firm's expectations out of the gates. 80% to 90% of that was for the pro pro max and, according to his note, this has an outperform rating on Apple shares, his price target on the shares is 220 bucks. Before the announcement of Apple watch ultra, there were questions about whether old bands would fit the new device. The answer was yes. Now that the iPhone 14 line is available to order, there are questions about whether cases for iPhone 13 will fit apple's latest communicator called the mag says. The answer is no. Mostly. Well, they may not look too different at first glance, the cult says the base model iPhone 14 has slightly different dimensions versus iPhone 13, it is less than a millimeter difference in thickness, according to the report, height and width match. One might get away with the proverbial nice looking but ill fitting move from a 13 to a 14. Even so, the piece says the exact positioning of buttons and the speakers doesn't match between last year's model and this year's model. So the old case will fit awkwardly at best. Same would go for the wallet case, what the wallet part most likely on the fact that. Moving from and to any of the other iPhones called the Mac suggests either buying a new case or try going without.
"celica" Discussed on Past Gas
"Isn't real time. This doesn't work for this medium. Yeah. Maybe if we recorded a podcast during the Civil War, maybe this would work, but maybe. Maybe. So I'm your host Nolan Sykes, joined as always by Joe Weber. Whoop whoop. What's up? Yeah, so if James gets his Internet fixed, he'll call in. You'll just have to stick around and listen to see if that happens. I'm just going to have to listen to the very last minute to see if he stops by. Yeah, but this week we are talking about the science family. Carlos signs junior is probably one of the more popular drivers on the grid these days. Because he's so handsome. He's a very handsome fellow. It just seems like a good dude. He's a great driver too. I think his parts on drive to survive have really kind of helped his popularity for sure. Absolutely. Especially online. I think it's in season two or three where they focus on Carlos and they're like at the signs estate of Spain and I'm like, man, I wish I was at that dinner. That looks so nice. I just want to see it be at the table and just enjoy good content. Just eating like jamon jamon iberico next to this beautiful Lake. Yes. With all the science family. I would just sit there and just enjoy being there. I won't even say anything. I know very little Spanish. They probably all speak English, but I'm excited for today's episode. So without further ado, let's get into it. Carlos signed senior was born on April 12th, 1962, in Madrid, Spain. Carlos was good at every sport he tried. He won the Spanish squash championship at age 16. And was good enough at soccer or football to be invited to try out for Real Madrid. His favorite team to this day. Damn, this guy's good. Yeah, what? Have you ever played squash? I don't even know what that is. I play pickleball, which is like squash light. Oh, interesting. My parents love pickleball. It's very popular in a task here right now. I think everyone's parents are into pickleball. It's easy on the knees. Oh, did they call it pickleball because it's like a different squash? Because a pickle is a pickled cucumber, which is technically a squash. No. A cucumber is not part of the squash family. Okay, well, we can debate that at another time. Carlos spent two years in law school before he dropped out to pursue a career in racing, like his brother, Antonio. Carlos started racing in 1980, and by 1986, he finished second in the Spanish rally championship, driving a Group B, Renault 5 turbo. He won the Spanish rally championship in 1987 and 1988, driving a Ford Sierra RS Cosworth and made his first appearances in the world rally championships with Ford around that same time. The rear wheel drive Ford Sierra struggled to compete with the all wheel drive cars on the WRC stage. So Carlos left Ford for Toyota in 1989. Oh wait, is this the year that they cheated? No, but I'm sure we'll talk about that. That was a mid 90s. Oh, and also I've got egg all over my face because cucumber definitely in the squash family. Yes. Score one for Nolan. I'm keeping track. Carlos's time at Ford wasn't a total loss, however. It was there that he teamed up with Luis moya, who would leave Ford with signs and remain his co driver for the next 15 years. Signs got on the podium three times in 1989 in his Toyota celica GT four ST one 6 5 Supra turbo and probably would have won the final race of the season, the RAC rally, if it weren't for mechanical failure in the final stages. He finished 8th overall in total points despite starting the season with four retirements in a row. It's pretty clear that science has a lot of town at this point. I mean, he's been in the game for 9 years now. People know he's good. He's just got to get that bit of luck. So 1989 that the super was still part of the celica line or what? Yeah, I mean, Supra was just a trim of celica. Yeah, I know that, but I thought that it had become its own car by 1989, but I guess I'm wrong. Toyota salka GT four ST one 65, Supra turbo. I think they only called the boxy loom once, the celica Supra. And then when it got more curvy, that's when it became just a silica on its own. Yeah, I love my curvy car. I love my curvy car. By 1999, it was on. Science drove the celica GT four ST one 6 5 to his first WRC victory at the acropolis rally in Greece and followed up with victories at rally New Zealand and the 1000 lakes rally in Finland. The 1000 lakes rally is driven on wide and smooth, gravel roads, and is considered the fastest event in the world rally championship. When I used to play dirt all the time, dirt rally, Finland was definitely my favorite because this is a good track. That's so fun. So fast. This is where that Hyundai I 20 flipped over, like crazy. This course is often called the Grand Prix on gravel. Signs was the first non Nordic driver to win the thousand lakes rally in the 40 year history of the event. Jesus. This is one of the many times that science was the first to do something in WRC. And perhaps it was a foreshadowing of his son's aptitude for driving on tarmac and form of the one. Signs went on to win the last race of the year, the aforementioned RIC rally to capture his first WRC driver's title in 1990. He beat out Lancia's Ariel and cancun, becoming the first driver outside of Lancia to win the championship since the start of the group a era in 1987. Signs nearly defended his title in 1991. He won three of the first four rallies, but then rolled his car in Australia in a wreck that left him in a neck brace. Signs went into the final RIC rally up one point on his rival canon, but ultimately lost, driving the final stages with an overheating engine. And signs points totals, one 50 and one 43, both broke the previous record set by signs in 1990. Dude, I just lost my fantasy baseball match by one point. And it's killing me. Oh, dude, are you going to have to do some weird wager? No, I think we only put ten bucks in, but it's just the principle. I see. Well, better luck next time, Joe. Thank you. Signs one is second and final WRC drivers championship in 1992 in dramatic come from behind fashion. Signs and moya left Toyota the following year due to a conflict of interest regarding motor oil sponsorship. Signs the driver was sponsored by Repsol. Toyota's new sponsor was castrol. Signs and moya had no choice, said moya quote, if we didn't leave Toyota in 1992 to go to Lancia, we probably would have been the kind of drivers that would have remained on the same team. Maybe forever at Toyota. Why is that a bad thing though? I don't know. There's a lot of implications in there that I don't really understand. I feel like a lot of drivers like, you know, pick one team and then stay with it forever. Yeah, I don't think that's necessarily a bad thing. Just maybe he's just talking about getting like stagnant. Yeah, maybe. Staying on the same team would not be the way things worked out for signs. Signs would switch teams 6 times in the next 12 years with plenty of big wins, but more bad luck along the way. Uh oh. Uh oh. Foreshadowing, dude. Science first and only year with Lancia was a disaster. Launcher had won the manufacturer's championship every year from 1987 to 1992, but when signs arrived in 1993, the writing was on the wall. According to signs, the evolution. The evolution of launcher stopped one year before. I have good memories of the people but the car was science trailed off, not one to talk negatively about anybody..
"celica" Discussed on Car Talk
"And welcome to card talk on national public radio with us click and collect the tablet brothers and with broadcasting this week and this week only from the temporary mini Plaza here at the Olympic village in albertville. I had americanize it right. You don't have to. I mean, what is this Albert? Who's he? Albertville France. That's right. Yeah. We have some rather sad news however. My brother was disqualified today from the luge competition. I was actually quite humiliated. Yeah, it seems it true. It seems that the kind of sled they had in mind was not the kind that he drives. Everyone's calling a sled, I figured I could lose it. A gold medal. Yeah, well, nothing. Well, I know that you're anxious to muddle of automobile. I know that you're anxious to, let me give you a couple of these left over winners from this collective noun. Like multitudes. There is some beauties here, a rigor of morticians. One of my very favorites are stroke of geniuses. Isn't that good? People are so smart. Stroke of midnight. How about a Ruth of sex therapists? A rack of pool players, a clock of physicists. Now, you can't use a rack of no, you can't use a rack of pool place, 'cause there's already a rack of lamb. That's true. Yeah. On a few more. This one, this one's good, actually. This is from who is this from? Matthew Babin check of la Jolla. This is good because it all has to do with cars. A rage of furies, trash of Yugoslavia, a troop of azuz. I like that. Get this pride of Jaguars, a hobbit of rabbits, a tier of saabs, Saab stories, you know? How about a snore of AMC? All right, 100 more later. I'm sure. One 803 three two 9 two 8 7 hello, you're on car talk. Hi. Hi. Donna. How are you doing? How's the fire burn? It's pretty good. You don't have a fire burn. All right, wish I did. Where are you from? I'm from Columbus, Ohio. Columbus Ohio. Was that Columbus Ohio or is that Ohio Columbus? So what's up in Columbus? What are you doing calling us? What's going on? You don't have a fire bird, huh? No. Then let me see. If you live in Columbus, I got to check out my powers here. If you live in Columbus and you, your name is Donna. And you don't have a fire, but I'm going to guess that you have a Toyota celica. You have an old forensic. Japanese, right, Donna? Japanese? What have you got? I have a Pontiac 1000. Oh. Tia Chavez. You didn't know that that was a chevette, did you? Jesus. What a great car that is. I guess you really would like a fire bird, wouldn't you? You should never buy a car that's got low numbers as the first digit. Because you know that that was the cheapest car they could make. The experimental mode. The experimental model. I mean, one, a one, you should never buy a car with a one in the now that we've insulted her. We have an insult of her. We've been helping the wisdom, what was your problem, daughter? Well, like when I try to turn the keys over to get him out of the ignition, every once in a while, they get stuck. Yeah. And like, I try to weigh it around and make it do it back and forth. And like a lot of times, I've had to just leave them in there and cover up my steering column. Have you throw a rag.
Unraveled: A Long Island Serial Killer
"celica" Discussed on Unraveled: A Long Island Serial Killer
"Could row have spent time watching Christie's townhome in learning her routine before he went into work each morning. According to Monica, his fiancee at the time, it was theoretically possible. At that point, I was working a lot at the hospital, you know, I worked 7 to three, every day. Actually, I would leave first. So I'm out of the house by 6 30 or 6 45 to be at work. Monica's schedule left a window of time in the morning where roe could have been stalking Christie. Could he also be the peeping Tom that her roommate had spotted checking out their residence? If so, this could all explain how roe had honed in on Christie without knowing her personally. It was also confirmed that roe owned a white Toyota celica at the time of the murder. Meshing with witness reports. Rose innocent act would only last so long. The evidence against him was overwhelming. And in a possible bid to avoid the death penalty, he pled guilty to a disturbing list of charges. Here's detective Chris herb. He was charged with the homicide, which was the first degree murder. That was a life sentence. He was also charged with three counts of rape and two counts of involuntary deviant sexual intercourse and one count of burglary. And so for those 6 felony guilty pleas, he got ten to 20 years for each one of those. So his sentence was life plus 60 to 120 years. Achieving justice in this case was a monumental victory, but it also revealed a mind-blowing truth. Raymond Rowe was not the kind of killer that profilers had accounted for. Many killers murder someone they know for any number of reasons, but sexually motivated murders committed by strangers are much more rare and nuanced. The common line of thinking was that these killers wouldn't be able to stop. They are driven by intense fantasies and desires, and these impulses are strong enough to prompt them to kill again, and become serial killers. Profilers were regularly built around this premise. But Raymond rose didn't follow that path. He acted on his deadly fantasy once. Then, seemingly got his urge under control. Or found that the reality didn't match up to the fantasy. Was rose some kind of unicorn in the world of murderers. Or had genetic genealogy revealed a canary in the coal mine. How many more, one and done killers might be freely living among us. A quick note here about genetic genealogy. The Golden State killer case we told you about in our last episode was the first one to ever get an arrest using this technology. Raymond Rowe was arrested two months later. In the three years since that time, genetic genealogy has been used to solve almost 200 more cases. And as we'll show you in our next episode, these one and done killers are everywhere..
Unraveled: A Long Island Serial Killer
"celica" Discussed on Unraveled: A Long Island Serial Killer
"Even though DNA was left at the scene, the small police department wasn't yet equipped to process DNA quickly. And it would be another 6 years before the national DNA database, codis, would exist. Witness statements were compiled. In this case, principal Goodman had a solid alibi. He was at school from 7 a.m. until after Christie's time of death. 7 a.m. is when Christie's roommate Mary Las saw her alive before leaving for work. And this is a point that should be stressed. If Christie was alive at 7 a.m., that means the murder happened during the daytime. In a large residential complex. When people were likely heading out for work. Chris herb told us what else police learned. One of the neighbors was walking their dog, she wasn't wearing her glasses at the time, so her vision was not clear, she sees what she believed to be a white male in the parking lot across the street from her townhouse, and then he's walking towards the apartment towards Christie's front door. I'm around 7 15 to 7 20. That neighbor was joined by a fellow resident. As they're in the parking lot, they both heard what they thought was a blood curdling kind of scream coming from the direction of Christie's apartment. They did not report that to the police. Some neighbors after the fact in the canvas said, hey, we saw this white or silver, smaller vehicle, parked, facing the wrong direction on the curb directly in front of her house at 6 30 that morning. The vehicle description would eventually be reported as possibly a Dodge shadow, a Dodge Daytona, or a Toyota celica. The man, he was white, tall, athletic, with sandy blond or light brown hair. If that in fact was the killer's car, parking right in front of Christy's apartment seems like he didn't care if he was seen. He also seemed to know Christie's schedule in the up close nature of the crime prompts authorities to declare two days later that Christie likely knew her killer. Derek's body was found in her apartment at the Greenfield estates by the principal of roars town elementary school where she was a 6th grade teacher. Based upon information, which appears to be reliable, we are investigating this matter on the assumption that miss marek was not and I'll repeat that was not selected at random. Christie's brother Vince agreed. My gut feeling was it was somebody she knew the whole time. I never swayed on it. She was always very cautious. I mean, I'd bring the doorbell and she'd ask who it was and make sure she knew it was me before she let me in. Somebody wouldn't have got into that condominium unless she knew the person just because of how she was insecure and cautious about that. The question was, who and Christie's circle could have had such anger toward her that he wanted her dead. It turns out there was a leading suspect right away. A person that Christie had kept a secret from her family. We didn't know she was in a relationship. The gentleman was older and we didn't expect that, and we just didn't know anything about it. Christie's family was shocked to learn that she had been dating a man named Kenneth, who was 20 years her senior, and they'd been together for 5 years, and he was married. But this was not a secret amongst Christie's Friends. One of her college friends, Kim alpert, says it was common knowledge. We all knew that. Everybody just assumed it was him when things first happened. I was just getting that feeling like it probably wasn't going to last much longer or I was on its way out. Kim's feeling was correct, the investigation revealed that Kenneth's wife had been living in Virginia, and that they had a quote unquote commuter marriage. But Kenneth had just lost his job and was eyeing a move to reunite with her. In that, understandably, put his relationship with Christie on the outs. Here's Chris herb. It was actually that Friday or Saturday before this happened is when she cut it off with him. And she said, look, you can't have it both ways here. It's one or the other. And she ended the relationship that weekend. Kenneth was immediately brought in for questioning, but hopes for an open and shut case quickly disappeared. As mince would soon find out. He had an alibi, he was in Virginia at the department of motor vehicles. At 7 30 a.m...
"celica" Discussed on Car Talk
"And we're never in any one of those places. Never. No, every week you leave me blindfolded to someplace and I'm supposed to believe it. And amazingly, we are actually in Orlando, Florida in Walt Disney World. Is this what a real radio station looks like? Yeah, it's great, isn't it? Hey, you know, we actually, we hate to travel. We never go anywhere. And everybody always wants us to come to their station to do their fair city, you mean? Well, you might say. The case may be. You know, people call us, you want to do a show from buffalo or from anchorage or Pittsburgh. We always have to make up some excuses. Pittsburgh. Gee, you know, we were just at the seat cover convention in Buffalo and we would have done this show, but we didn't know you wanted us to. Right. But the folks at Disney World, they were smart. They were too smart. You know what they did? Called a kid. Yeah, 'cause when I go to Disney World, and they said, yeah, sure. We were old man that he wants to come to Disney World, and we did it. And the rest is history. Here we are. We really actually are in Florida, right? At Disney World. And this happened in Florida. It was reported in the St. Petersburg times. I thought that was in Russia. It says Hudson, which is a small town near St. Petersburg, yes. Dumping a car into a canal to collect the insurance might seem to be the perfect crime, as long as 40 or 50 people aren't around when you do it. Raymond Phillips was having mechanical problems with his 86 Pontiac firebird and was having trouble making the payments. He decided to get rid of the car and reported stolen to the insurance companies. So what does he do? They drove it to the car in to the mines in the Hudson on the evening of May 11th. Once there they encountered a group of 40 or 50 people and they helped him push the car into a 12 foot deep canal. Can you believe that? And then somebody turned the man. They turned them in. And Nicole bought census. He says, it seemed like the kind of thing worthy of inclusion in your shrewd observations of mankind's folly. Of all the only thing more stupid than dumping a Pontiac in Hudson would be what? Dumping a Hudson in pot. Of course I was way ahead of him. All right, what do you want to do now? I want to take a call. The number is one 803 three two 9 two 8 7. Hello, you're on Kai talk. What's up? Hi. Who's this? This is Dana. I'm calling from Portland, Oregon. Hi, Dana. How are you? Good. What's up, what's up? I have a quick question. I have an 87 Toyota celica. And in fourth year only, when I'm cruising and I'm not accelerating to get into 5th gear. So I'm going back and forth off the gas pedal. The stick shift jumps around. Never leaves gear, which is good. But it moves around erratically and I called the Chevy the Chevy. Yeah. They didn't help me a lot. I called the Toyota dealer and they said, I mean, they didn't want me to bring it in. They said, oh, it's fine, don't worry about it. But I have another friend.
Pop Culture Leftovers
"celica" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"I mean if he threatens to like hit a woman like her yeah his nuts will explain for me. it was a slog to get through. I paused a few different times. And this just wasn't in the same realm of nick cage. Movie that i normally love. I've i love mandy. And then what was that. The pig was great. And what was that other one. You said that. I love colorado space so good. Yeah willie's wonderland in into this category of weird nicholas cage. I love willie's wonderland loved that one but this one just i just didn't do it for me and me. At the beginning they give him up not really spoiling. Because i think it's in a trailer but like a ninety s esque toyota celica driving wine hills that still around in this world. Why does he ride off on a fucking bicycle. Yeah you laugh so hard so cool. I think kevin is one hundred percent right when he said it was a film. And that's how i feel about this like it was a movie things happened. It had a beginning. It had an end anything else in between. I didn't understand what the fuck was going on in this movie at all. I think the bad thing about this though is you could tell from the. I was very high to this film because it was getting a lot of good. Were i mean there was a lot of hype behind it. I guess In when you see the movie poster who does it quote. It quotes nick cage on his own movie for his own poster that it's the wildest movie he's ever may have been involved in when your movie. Poster is quoting the main actor in the movie. I it's not going to be a good film to me. this wasn't i just. It wasn't for me. So i'm glad other people like it because obviously there will be people that loved the film so um but definitely not for me. I mean i i lo- taste it almost almost toss it but i do stick with low tastes..
Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
"celica" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
"Wanna wake up in the morning ready to go when when you don't then you know something's off and it's okay if it's off you just dig down and find that thing that's causing it to be often turn it on. So this is the journey in his pin a great a great wonderful time for me because we had resources. We started bankrupt in two thousand four. We stumbled upon reinvited plankton in two thousand seven. And in the transdermal ease that was such an upgrade was like wow i gotta tell people millions of dollars of product sold. That was like wow. That's not my money. That's the people's money who bought the product. But do i do. Is that money put it back into. Rnd let's plano. What else is out there. And so when. I when i came from a life threatening situation of forty six read three different things it could have easily ended my life within a three year period. Had to find a why to the root cause of thank god and then did all. The things that i was required to do at that time was in five years. I was back in the normal medical range. Once i was there i was like okay. Now i'm safe right. can we build. Does that was in two thousand. Nine what can we do now. So i found out. This guy is no longer limit. You can keep going and going. And i even now like so. I'm sixty three with the biological agent at twenty five year old. When i was forty six years old. I had the biological age eighty four year old. So what happened. Something significant happen in that fifteen year period between two thousand seven and twenty twenty one winner fifteenth year of actually on his journey. It was two thousand and four when i crashed right and everything crashed on me. It was a horrible horrible thing to go through. But i'm so thankful. I went through it because brought a far greater level of passion and purity to the table as far as like. What are you putting in your mouth buddy. How are you treating your body right. You can't just go do whatever i want. 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"celica" Discussed on Car Talk
"Hello you're on car talk. Let's is jim calling from pacifica california. Hey jim yes he to today. Not the Two weeks ago. My fiancee's car overheated To the point of warping head you were driving. Yes so i've I've endeavored to go ahead and replace the head gasket and have the head shaved down. So you're you're doing it yourself. Yeah already did. It actually did it. Good yeah and i'm to the point. Now where i was meticulous about labelling all of the The vacuum lines and everything. Unfortunately i use pencil and masking tape which which doesn't go too well with Rain right worse than that. It has the The engine wellhead an inch thick of of grease and oil. So anyway i must have crossed some vacuum lines and When you turn on the motor now it seems to to breathe on its own die. It It revs up about Two grand and then down to about one hundred and the backup to grant and hundred. Does that about three times. And then it stalled cool really. Yeah you must have left a hell of a vacuum hose off. I i have. I'm gonna have to guess volkswagen No i'm sorry let's back up. It's a Seventy nine Toyota celica silica. Well you have you. I think your your diagnosis is correct. You left off. You said you cross the couple of vacuum lines must have because you you show you leave one off i because it would be the floating there and you'd see it seventy nine this. Is this like a twenty two hour e engine. Exactly no. i'm twenty twenty. Two twenty are twenty. Cobb rated yes classic twenty. Who don't make them like that anymore. I mean that many things to do wrong there. No in fact the only vacuum hose. You could leave off. That would cause it to do what it does is the pcv hose okay. I'll check that again. Because i mean or it could be committed could be disconnected. Can you hear a hissing Gosh you know the motor so noisy. Here's how you saw his you find. This is how we always find vacuum leaks girlfriend speaking to you so far okay. Okay if not have to stop someone on the street right. Stop a passer-by and have heavier assistant. Start the engine. You're going to be the man out there. What's under the hood with the fire extinguisher. Three people so there's the guy that starts it guy with the fire extinguisher. The person with the cell phone to call nine one one and you all right because we have the whole team..
"celica" Discussed on Car Talk
"I think that is too expensive of a gift to give to somebody anyway. I mean i would feel kinda funny. Oh y'all leaning towards turning down the car well. I mean what's the car i mean. Do we have any idea what the car is. Or what the what the because that might change everything. no. I don't think they got into that level of negotiation. Did you know not not. In fact i mean think about it. How is he going to say. Well mrs whatever her name is what kind of did you have in mind. I mean that's gotta be the worst possible which means well. I might consider doing it but not for a car. Well that's relevant now why you ran away and got married circus. You pop the question. We went looking for a car. And i fell in love with the lady was selling us the car lyon. We got engaged last weekend. You in the car salesman middle east did how sweet and there's no involved now of course of course running joke with us all if you happen to get a car is a winning president. Of course you won't refuse it but at this point you didn't accept the bribe and i think that i'm proud of both of you. So am i. i'm proud you your quite a man tracy at least is quite a woman. And we'd like you guys to come to wedding. We'll be there. When's the happy day. April fifth cool. Yeah we're looking forward. Let us know all right. Take care back lot one. Eight eight eight car talk or one. Eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five low. You're on car. Talk jim calling from pacifica california. Jim yes you guys doing today. The edna pant Two weeks ago. My fiancee's car overheated To the point of warping head yeah so i've I've endeavored to go ahead and replace the head gasket and have the head shaved down. So you do. You're doing it yourself already. Did it actually really good And i'm to the point now where I was meticulous about labelling all of the The vacuum lines and everything unfortunately pencil and masking tape Which which doesn't go too well with rain matt has the the The engine wellhead. You know an inch. Thick of of grease and oil. Yeah so anyway. I must have crossed some vacuum lines and When you turn on the motor now it seems to to breathe on its own and then die. It revs up to about Two grand and then down to about one hundred and the backup to grant and one hundred that about three times and then it stalled cool really. Yeah you must have left a hell of a vacuum hose off. I think i'm going to have to guess volkswagen. No i'm sorry. Let's back up. It's a seventy nine Toyota celica silica. Well you have certain you. I think your your diagnosis is correct. You left off. You said you cross the couple of vacuum lines. Because i mean you sure you didn't leave one off. I guess it would be floating there. You'd see it seventy nine. This is this attack a twenty two hour e engine. No i'm sorry it's twenty. Twenty are twenty are twenty are twenty hybrid yes classic twenty are they. Don't make them like that anymore. Thank gee i mean out that many things to do wrong there no and in fact the vacuum hose that you could leave off that would cause it to do what it does is the pcv hose. Okay i'll check that again because it or it could be. I mean it could be disconnected but can you hear a hissing Gosh you know the motor so noisy. Here's what you do. Here's how you saw his you find. This is how we always find vacuum leaks girlfriend still speaking to you far. Okay okay if not enough to stop someone on the street right. Stop a passer by and have heavier assistant. Start the engine. And you're gonna be the man out there under the hood with the fire extinguisher stall you. The guy that starts it guy with the fire extinguisher. The person with the cell phone to call nine one one and you all right because we have the whole team assembled. What you're going to do is cover up the carburetor you've got the air cleaner off now. You cleaners off. You're going to cover the carbon with your hands and if you do it just right you'll actually get the engine to run because what you'll be doing is offsetting the vacuum week. So what's happening is all the the engine is getting. Its through whatever vacuum holes. You've left off. All this air is getting sucked into the engine. And when you add that to the that's coming into the carburetor that thing will run but if you chop off cut off the amount coming into the carburetor with your hands run on the amount that's coming into the leak got it and then the fifth i didn't mention any five people wasn't gonna carburetor covered up. That's where we have six people that work with the carburetor covered up you'll be you'll be able to then hear the vacuum week you'll hear the engines sucking the air in through whatever and you're gonna say. Oh how can. I have been so stupid. That's a hose. I thought that was a wia hanging down there. You'll and whatever hose. This is going to be big. Yeah okay it's gonna be big. You'll find that this. This is a foolproof proof method. Alright but one of their there are on the bottom left side of the manifold or a bunch of hoses it can easily be left off. And you're gonna find one of them the air you'll only going six gave coming up the carburetor. Alright if not caused back you going to be a hero. I hope so. First of all one holds back on and that engines going to smooth ride out and run at eight hundred twenty two. Rpm's just so smooth.
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"celica" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa
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"celica" Discussed on Car Talk
"An eighty one toyota celica with the twenty two our engine. The car starts great runs. Great for one minute and then there's no high idle it suddenly goes down to about two hundred. Rpm it'll stall if i don't keep my foot on the gas once it warms up. It's perfect now. I don't know if this is a factor. But i can cure it but putting the air conditioner on which pumps it up. Europeans about two hundred higher doesn't stall stall when you first started. It does fast idle for who does not fast at all it all right. Well let let let. Rogers say. I listened to him if you listen to him when he's when they stopped the first time you don't have to say let rogers say again. I listen to all first. Said i think you're knucklehead. Roger what does it do dot perfectly. It runs perfectly for one minute And then it just goes down to about two hundred one hundred really rough okay and then you turn the air conditioner on and that fixes it. If you would turn the air conditioner off yeah it'll go back down to two hundred once it's warmed up completely fine. What is completely warmed up. It's okay okay. Well there are two possibilities. There's only one well if you're stupid has only if you combine the two the the obvious possibility. The obvious thing that my brothers thinking of is is that it's coming off choke too fast and maybe the fast idle is an adjusted correctly. So that sean choking at all maybe well it must be choking because it starts at runs perfectly and then as a choke begins to open the bottom falls also speaks possible that the fast idle screw is not turned in far enough however i suspected something different because of my vast knowledge of toyota's or let me tell you something about the eighty-one yes card. All you can can adjust anything. Yeah and you got a big enough screwdriver. World you cannot adjust the mixture easily. But i'm gonna just the idol spew gonna just the curb idle spe- you can adjust the which is the idle speed that The speed at idols at when the engine is fully warm. You can adjust also boost idle speed. Which is the speed at attains. When you've turned on the air conditioner and you can also just a cold idle speed. Which is the screw that that hits the fast idle cam. She can determine how fast it runs when the choke is fully closed partially closed and less closed more nationally partially partially. So that that those adjustments you can do. You can also just a mixture which is not necessary in this case. But i was gonna say what i think is wrong with it. Is something called the A diaphragm accelerator pump. Diaphragm may have a small hole in it and what happens when it has a small hole in it. It allows gasoline when the engine is in the warm up phase to get sucked into one of the legs of the manifold and it will cause the engine to run very rough and very slow and then when the engine warms up that vacuum shut off diaphragm. And even though it's leaking it is it is not contaminating. The the the mixture with too much gas on that in fact number one cylinder. Did this happen all of a sudden. 'course it one day and the next day it wasn't i don't recall it being a sort of a slow process case. It's unlikely that a screw is unadjusted. Could've fallen out screws do followed on might have been stolen in brooklyn. You know anything. There was a rash of fast idle scoop deficit brooklyn but in any event i suspected. Is this diaphragms. You can have your mechanic if he can find the diaphragm now. Would that be inside the carburetor. No it's outside the carburetor. There are three little screws that hold on vacuum os and it's on the front of the carburetor he can pinch off or she your mechanic and pinch off the holes when the engine is cold and see if it doesn't correct the problem if it does then that's and you need a new diaphragm but you'll have to leave the car overnight. I love it. Yes i got you. You got it guys. Thanks so much good luck. That'll do it next time by one. Eight eight eight car talk or one eight two seven eight two five five low your car. Talk guys down in miami. We listen to you on wwl. Rn and i have kind of a unique one for you. Okay my husband. And i have a nineteen sixty austin healey bug spray and it needs to be put away for some long term storage and i wanted to get some tips on how to accomplish. All of this long is long about three years three years ago. He took a job in the persian gulf. Change duty military exactly. Yeah well there are two schools of thought here. Brothers and the rest of the civilized world. Now wait a minute. What do it's through your theory on. This is pock pox combat by a new battery. Put it in dry. Started up you going susan that you couldn't take the car okay. We're going to new orleans and the thing is we have three other cars so something's gotta give curse delving into susan's personal habits damn on this technical question should have a purely objective answer known if they realize when you don't have a good technical answer than you've got to fake around you change. The question always changed the question. You changed from ronald reagan. You kidding you why invented that was true. You leave store for three years Three that's a long time. You know i. I have recently developed a new theory about this. And and the genesis of this new theory was that what they do with. Boats both studies to be yes. In fact i happen to know the inventor of the device that makes that possible great mid coal. He's also magician. What did he do now. They shrink wrap bolts right. Exactly drink wrap them just like if you go into the supermarket and you buy shrink wrapped piece. You can shrink wrap entire yacht. We have the pit boats this winter. Well they they used to They they used to have The older version. This was caused malene. That's right you know when you get those gps when you were in high school. The army surplus some question about this. Actually this is an interesting idea because what they do actually with the bolts is. They covered the entire boat. Get this with gigantic piece of plastic and then there is a heat wand which us at the end to sort of laughing but this is serious. This is my knowledge. I don't know that anyone has ever done this with a car. Interesting idea what what's curious about. It is the thing you trying to do you store the car. The basic issue is keep moisture out. So you're gonna make very sure that you don't seal in all the moisture that's why you must vacuum the vacuum pack your car. 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Agency Ahead by Traject
"celica" Discussed on Agency Ahead by Traject
"Okay let's get ahead okay. Welcome back to the agency ahead. Podcast by project. This is your host garrett sussman the head of continents reject. I'm really excited. We are talking econ. We're talking directive consumer. I'm talking with agency founder and head of strategy at. Take some risk dwayne brown. Dwayne thank you so much for joining me today. Thank you for having me appreciate it i. I'm excited it's been a really interesting twelve plus months when it comes to direct to consumer and ecommerce and i want to pick your brain about it but before we dive in. Tell me a little bit about your agency. Tell you take some risk what y'all do. Who do you work with. We work with anywhere from six to seven figure brands per year brands and make eight figures and generally brands come to us for one of two reasons either. A they've struggled to crack a channel. Whether it's google snap facebook whatever it is or cracked the channel. What they struggled scale at spender spend more money on advertising and try to maintain their kpi or key performance indicator which might be a cpa or might be. We're turning adspend and so that's kind of the brands. Go after you know if you have trouble cracking a channel you have trouble struggle. Scale of channel. You know generally talk to you and we've got everything from obviously tons of fashion clothes brands. That's pretty typical for most agencies. But we have some clients this out hard wear stuff. We have clients that. Celica hijack water bottle. We have like kids toys. We've out by klein. I've never gone mike in my life when i can sell them out. Mike park online. Like there's no tomorrow. So we have a smorgasbord or clients. Doom cool stuff. That's really fine. Dt's to consumers like so interesting and and it really does run. The gamut sounds like with the clients we work with. I'm curious i love the name of your agency. Take some risk. What what's the story behind The origin story behind the name. When you say origin story it makes me think like superheroes and some days. Maybe some days you know..
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"celica" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Top 303713. 8255. Okay. We gotta get to the phones. Now one Now I want a one isn't there right now? Do we have to call him back? Suzanne Juan, always on six. One is on one's hung up, so I'm gonna hold. I'm going to get Jeff, though on Jeff Vic is with Kimber Transmission, Jeff. Thanks for being here. Here's okay. This guy has a 1997. Toyota Celica. 209,000 miles. All right. He took it into a shop for a rear control arm. He believes that they did something to screw with this transmission, and they did it on purpose. He believes they purposely overfilled it with transmission fluid. Which would give it some quirky symptoms, and he believes he did. They did it so they could get him to pop for some transmission work. Now, first, I want to ask you a very simple question. Can over filling transmission fluid cause symptoms. Message can typically mean you're most common symptom is if you ever felt too much. It'll actually puke the fluid right out the event but doesn't cause drivability issues that you would notice. Seldom. You mean they have the mark on there is those do not over Phil. When you over Philip, the fluid will get up into the gear training will turn this whole area just like milking a blender so you'll actually have bubbles in the fluid. On and that's one of the primary reason why you don't want to oversell past that mark, but just topping off fluids or something. I think I'm done. No, I'm talking about purposely. I'm talking about purposely over filling it what it caused a drivability issue. Not not typically. No, not something you would notice. Not typically. Okay. Next question, then. What is the life span on a Toyota Celica 97 with 209,000 miles on it. No, he's probably already exceeded that by about 50,000. Okay, so next question if they overfilled it, and he drains it back down. What is there? Is there anything that over feeling to do permanent damage in No. No. Well, yeah, Quite frankly, I sincerely doubt even if even if he does drop it back down those symptoms are most likely still going to be there, particularly that kind of mileage. But I sincerely doubt that even over filling that transmission I think we're gonna have I think this is the problem we're gonna have. I've said this before. When you guys work on old cars with high mileage you own the vehicle and Jeff. It's a terrible thing. But that's exactly what it is that I believe auto Repair shops should say kindly. I'm sorry. We cannot service that because I know and especially because he has a friend and I hope they're listening. Because I'd like to talk to him. One has a friend. Who Went to aviation mechanics school and knows a little bit something and says this is what happens when you over fill it. And now they're they're convinced. That they're screwed they before they even Talked to anyone. They want to know an attorney to talk to and s O that And then they said they want to stop these guys from doing it to anyone else. Well, I think they're going overboard on this myself. You know, I mean, little certainly sounds like where? Yeah, And here's the sad truth. I wanted to give them and I know they probably won't call back because a lot of people call here. Get me on their side. And if I don't go on their side Then they hang up or they're upset. But I will say this we are very seldom wrong. Really when it comes to assessment of consumer problems and the ultimate outcome. Now we have been wrong. There have been times I said I wouldn't pursue this. You were wrong here, here and here that consumer went on to pursue it and one There are times What I'm saying. There are also times where I say this is a great case and they go on to lose. So I'm not gospel, but damn near because we almost are always right with consumer issues, and one thing I'm going to say right out, right? With this car with 209,000 miles, even if they were 100% responsible for over filling it 100% intentional and it caused 100% damage and it had to be either rebuilt. Repaired. Were exchanged. They would be liable for next to nothing. The sad truth is in law. There is a concept known as A CV. Actual cash value. No one is responsible for replacement. So if they can't replace with another transmission With 209,000 Miles. They owe you actual cash value. And the crazy part about that. Is where The actual cash value is so minute it's almost not worth going after. What do you think, Mark? They robbed this man. Of in transmission life at 209,000, Jeff said. They went over 50,000. From expected life. They own the transmission with 209,000 bucks, Earth and Miles. I know And that's the sad truth. So they are not gonna want to hear this, but it's very valuable information When we talk about we had one to give you another example. It's a little different. But what was that last week we had to call the car was so old junkie we talked about you talked about the salvage value. It's the craziest say it was literally worth nothing. He got nothing for the accident. What Here's what Mark said. And this was the God's honest truth. This guy's parked out in front of his house. Somebody ran into it and totaled it. The insurance company said. It's worth about three or 400, they said. Here's what you get three or 400. But then, he said, But at least it still runs. I want to keep it and they said, Okay, that'll cost you three or 400 keep to buy back. So therefore it's the same exact scenario is knocking on your door saying, Oh, our In short. Destroyed your vehicle. But guess what you get to keep it. Well, that doesn't wait. It's even in worse shape because now if he does, keep it and gets nothing else except the damage it's been totaled. So now it's literally worth nothing. It's the craziest thing. It's a real life situation that makes no sense. Tom Martino. To show you how easy it is to file a claim with.
The Mid Night Club street racers
"Today we have. I'm excited about this is a good one. This is. One of the coolest cars things ever. Yeah. We have very so secretive who topic you guys today we are talking about a racing group known. As the Midnight Club, a midnight club. Yes. The fastest racing team fastest street racing team in Japan got comic book made after him. Yeah. Thanks to an in-depth investigation by wonderful writer. Joseph thank you Joseph. We're able to bring you the truth but the Midnight Club It's worth pointing out the most the articles refining them in that club are based on the wikipedia article. That's it. That's journalism and yet unfortunately for the vast majority of them, the information on the wikipedia page has been purposely crafted to mislead people to protect the real members, identity God, their the aluminum body it's insane. That means a large amount of what people think they know about the club's actually wrong deliberately. So but FRONTENAC. Because we're super excited to share the real story behind them in that club. All right. So to know the story of the Midnight Club, you have to know nineteen eighties Japan throughout the nineteen eighties Japan was experiencing one of the most significant financial bubbles of all time. The entire bubble was similar to the one that we had in the US in two, thousand eight and the one that is currently taking place in China the post world. War. Two Economy of Japan had encouraged citizens to save their money causing an unbelievable surplus of savings The banks had no problem meeting their reserve requirements stays thanks to the massive cash surplus, which in turn allow the banks to engage in much more lenient. Lending behavior does this sound familiar? Yeah. Okay. Good. There are also many America yeah. It's like how it was ten years ago now, but that's a crash. What we're saying here is just like after World War. Two there's this culture in Japan where the government was like just save your money save your money save your money. and. The reason that these cars happened. Is because. The companies looked around and they were like Orlands ultra-modern. Yeah. We could. We could make something really cool stuff and they could buy it, and so they just started making twin turbo six cylinder behemoths out. We will get there. There are also many government programs intended to weaken the US dollar against the Japanese yen through means of financial deregulation. The combination of excess liquidity in the banks and financial deregulation led to a massive economic boom known as Japan's economic miracle prices on domestic stocks and real estate had risen to an all time high tripling in value tripling tripling in value between nineteen, eighty, five and nineteen eighty-nine wealthy parents could afford to buy their children. The nicest sports cars Japan. Had offer sports cars were absolutely everywhere in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty. Japan. The Best of all, they were dirt cheap a new Nissan Silvia s thirteen q only cost roughly seventy five hundred US dollars about eighteen thousand dollars today. You imagine getting a Sylvia. Can like you can't get a Sylvia for eighteen grand I mean you can could, but like a clean one. That's what they're they sell for now. They haven't appreciate all in the big picture. It was the Japanese bubble that led to the birth of all the street racing in the country I am hooked kids loved the idea of driving a fast car on the cheap in the early eighties some of the more popular choices of course, Celica supra. They weren't the marked for supers- yet CELICA SUPRA. Eighty sixes s thirty s one thirties. Arek. Sevens Nissan skylines Sylvia again. And Yeah since they all had easy money from their parents all they would do dart onto the highway in Tomei or one gone and started zipping around looking for trouble the Tomei highway became notorious for heavy duty street racing.
Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
We Are More Than What People See
"Good morning, good afternoon. Good evening. Whatever time it made the when you pick this up, you have reached native opinion. We are an indigenous information and education radio, show and podcast. Every week we talk about current affairs related to and from our own native American perspectives. My name is Michael kicking bear the guy on the other end of this force. He is Mr. David Grio. Ruin Good Morning. This is pregnant pause. House like something didn't work. A. Good. Good, it's like whenever we. Like on on on the board up and right, so if I hear a pause or delay, it's you instantly into this panic mode like what's not working. Anybody works in audio out there. You know what I'm talking about, but yeah. So. So I've been announcement to make. All right. I had to quit the show. You have to quit. The show I have to quit the show. Okay I, WANNA. Just blew my joke. Forget it. They've like okay. Either you knew I was full of route. Or I just don't matter to the show. No. I knew there was a punchline come and I'm. GonNa wait I'M GONNA I'M GONNA bite. Yam leaving. Your. The rest of that was supposed to be I'm I'm going to pursue. My lifelong dream of becoming a game show. Host announcer. I WanNa be that guy that sits in a booth that goes. You've just went a brand new car. It's a nineteen seventy-two. CELICA TOYOTA CELICA. And the crowd goes wild. Wait what. I guess not. Not Not, a good career path. Game shows seem to be. I'll be honest with you I I. It's escapism for me I kind of. rediscovered. What is it called the? The game show network. And the reason why I never really watched, it was because I assumed it was all these old television game. Show reruns which they do that, too. I guess they. The cited that a better business model with great new shows. Put on there. But yeah, it's interesting how you channel Surf during a time of pandemic right. It's just kind of one of those things, but but anyway it's it's a nice break from. What is the news? You know so all I know. It's just. Stop. Non So. I'm kind of thankful that I'm not. I wouldn't say TV Hollick but. A TV. Consumer Yeah No I. I get it yeah. Probably a good idea. Mona, sender! One. Today's media environment makes your brain work and what I mean by. That is because now that we have the Internet as a backup so to speak to what was. Constantly Spoon Fed to us now we have to challenge your minds and and honestly. play devil's advocate constantly right. Whose agenda is what? What are they trying to pitcher and sell or whatever right on mainstream news? So you try to find filter your way through. More agenda driven stuff online. In somehow come to. You know a reasonable conclusion so so a lot of work. A lot of work,
Left, Right & Center
U.S., Chinese teams working on Phase 1 trade deal
"In a chaotic month for the president one area where tensions have ratcheted down is with China earlier this month the president announced an agreement in principle on a so called phase one trade deal with China that doesn't resolve all or even most of our trade dispute but that will allow him hopefully to delay the imposition of terrapin creases they have been threatened for later this year as the US in trying to work out the details of this phase one we have questions what's going to be in the deal did we win anything and what does it mean for the future of America's relationship with China any Celica joins us now to discuss that Amy is principal at Albright Stonebridge group she worked on China trade policy at the office of the US trade representative and at the commerce department hi Amy thanks for joining us so first of all is there a deal you have this announcement from the president but then they're actually working on putting together the terms of the thing they supposedly agreed to that's right they are quote unquote people ring the deal that the two sides agreed to when the Chinese delegation led by vice premier little hall I came to Washington earlier this month and they're papering something in order to present to both the Chinese and US president so they can find a deal at a packed on the sidelines of the APEC next month we hope do you have expectations about what's going to be in this deal how sensitive it will be and and whether there are remaining sticking points that could cause it to fall apart and so loosely and we have been looking you know observers of the relationship had been watching to see how we feel can an interim deal be when there's so much that still needs to be dealt with in the relationship that's why they're calling it a phase one deal on the one hand because they've taken out the harder issues the industrial policy issues subsidies force technology transfer it's very very contentious issues out of out of contention for this phase one deal there is a higher likelihood that we are going to see something by November on that deal would include agricultural purchases hopefully a kiss engine or at least a delay in a ratcheting up tariffs on both sides the Chinese side is saying we want carrots lowered even for this interim phase one deal could be finalized and that could be a sticking point that really precludes the deal from coming
News in Brief 27 February 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. The first assessment of a major you and eight storage facility in war-torn Yemen has taken place since it was cut off by fighting last September, according to the World Food Program or WFP a team that reached the Red Sea mills near the key port of data on Tuesday. W F is appealing for sustained access to the site which contains enough week to feed three point seven million people for a month his spokesperson over who SEL Tuesday. Visit was a great first step renewed. No sustain access every day as much as possible for WFP's stuff. But also later for the mills stuff to access the facilities, and that will be necessary before we can start again milling delete some of the grain have been sent for testing to check whether it is still edible. If so the fifty one thousand tons of wheat can be processed at the facility where equipment is largely untouched and the generators appear to be. In good condition. WFP says the positive development is dependent on continued access being granted by the warring. Parties who signed a UN led partial ceasefire agreement in December and follows a UN led appeal for more than four billion dollars from international donors this year to save millions in Yemen. From starvation at the pledging conference in Geneva on Tuesday, UN secretary General Antonio Gutierrez won't of an overwhelming humanitarian calamity as a result of almost four years of fighting between supporters of Yemeni President abd Robbie Maso. Howdy and Hootie opposition groups. Millions of people have escaped statelessness in west Africa in recent years after states committed to ensuring that everyone has access to a nationality by twenty twenty four the UN refugee agency said on Wednesday, according to UNHCR thirty seven thousand two hundred and fifty persons who are at risk of statelessness received birth certificates in Burkina Faso last year in Guinea-Bissau, meanwhile, seven thousand four refugees, many of whom fled their countries of origin without identification papers are being granted citizenship and initia- several million people also benefited from late birth registration and had their marriages registered as a result of special procedures for your charge. The UN agency said highlighting a pledge to end statelessness for years ago by echo S, the economic community of west African states in a statement UNHCR said that civil and birth registration. We're key to providing protection and ensuring that citizens can access education, healthcare, and work writes that most of us take for granted. And finally a life saving. Airlift operation is underway in the Central African Republic. C A R to deliver food supplies to eighteen thousand people in remote and insecure location one thousand kilometers, east of the capital Bangui, the arrival of thirty six tonnes of assistance by air comes amid increased violence in Zambia. According to the World Food Programme WFP. It says that thousands of people have been unable to go to markets or their farms because of the, insecurity and that food reserves. There are exhausted SIA has faced fighting between the mostly Christian anti lacquer and the mainly opposition Muslim Celica militia since twenty twelve a peace agreement was reached in January twenty thirteen but rebels seized the capitals that March forcing then president Francois disease to flee in January this year, government and armed groups. Agreed to hold peace talks up to two point one billion people in Sierra authored insecure WFP says while severe acute malnutrition exceeds. The two percent emergency threshold in ten prefecture's out of sixteen. Daniel Johnson UN news.
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Lawmakers In Congress To Be Briefed On China Trade Talks
"Appear is one big question for President Trump's trade negotiator. What is the United States gaining through all the expense and pain of a trade war? Robert lighthizer is leading trade talks with China. Andy faces questions before a congressional committee today. Amy Celica was a former government trade negotiator who has long experience with China and she's come by our studios. Good morning. Get lining I should note. This testimony happens just after the president put off an escalator in the trade war to allow time for more talks, which suggests they're getting close to a deal looking at it from the outside. Do you feel you understand how close they are? Well, if we listen to what the president is saying, and the Chinese confirmed, this there has been substantial progress being made in the talks at they are talking about setting a high level summit at mar-a-lago for the to to finalize an agreement and so- rhetorically there are signs that there is interest in both sides in a deal being made the check. Challenge for embassador lighthizer today before congress is whether or not this deal is going to be the comprehensive deal. Addressing all of these underlying challenges that we the United States have been facing with China for a decade, whether they can do that in this next your for fficials have said on this program. Our goal is to fundamentally get China to change the way, they do business. This is not a matter of tweaking one trade practice or another exactly and ambassador lighthizer has been very consistent on this point. He has said we are going to be more aggressive than anyone in the past to confront China on its trade practices. It's unfair trade practices that undermine US interests and distort the global trading system. And he said we're going to do that by using all the tools at our disposal. Whether they're tariffs WTO, litigation or banding together with like minded countries to pressure China to change the highest. Profile of those of course, is the tariffs on products coming from China, which President Trump is imposed in which he has threatened to impose further, but has been as has been widely noted here. It's actually US consumers who pay the tariffs. It's US companies that pay the tariffs in terms of higher prices. As far as you can tell is the United States applying the right leverage to get China to move. Well, I think consistently across the board the US business community did not support application of tariffs as the proper remedy to the situation and the situation being that China distorts global trade rules, and and is undermining American companies in China. However now that were mid process, the US business community is saying let's stay tough on China. Let's not give away the leverage that we have gained by getting the Chinese to the negotiating table through application of these tariffs. Let's not let up until we have a real deal in place. Not. Half deal that only involves purchase agreements, but one that actually in a verifiable way will bring China to change some of the underlying issues that harm American interests. And that's what embassador lighthizer is going to be hearing about from Capitol Hill this morning. I think he's preaching to the choir in many ways because he too wants a comprehensive deal. The question is to your original point. Do we have enough leverage to bring the Chinese to make substantial changes? I think President Trump continuously talking about a deal in the future. Maybe undermines us a little bit trying to get and gain and maintain that leverage. In a few seconds is anything happening in China. That would make them really want to deal on their own for their own for their own purpose. Absolutely. The slowing of the Chinese economy is significant China is about to launch its annual National People's Congress meetings and next week in Beijing there will. Be significant focus on the economy on the legislative agenda, and so from the Chinese perspective. Of course, they want this trade war ended Masako. Thanks very much for coming by really. Appreciate it. Great to be with you. Amy Celica was a former China trade negotiator for the US trade representative's office. She now works for the Albright Stonebridge group support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.
Early voting in Texas begins with lines, strong turnout
"Sweeping campaign against politics as usual, he's not a really didn't criticize cruise until the last couple of weeks his campaign for a year and a half has been to go around Texas say let's find different way to lead America. And now he's spending money on Facebook live edge personal ads personal appeals. I saw six and a half hour last night personal messages of them talking to people in Texas say, let's do something to change Texas using network chain. He's telling people this is the most important election lifetime. So he's developing a young strong personal following. Here's somebody who played a punk rock band or skateboards, but who has the sweeping appeal of a young Kennedy figure, and so he's become very charismatic, and it's caused many people who were moderate Republicans. Take a look at him after Ted Cruz is put a presidential campaign. Take crews, obviously was popular in Texas, but also lost some Trump voters know Ted Cruz has to appeal. Trump voters work is trying to win over voters who were disenchanted with Ted Cruz. So is this part of a rebuilding effort by the Aurore campaign for the Democratic Party? In addition to his own race for the US Senate. They're almost as nothing to rebuild. This is the the battle Kratz. There is very little Texas Democratic Party to build on the party has managed forty two. Forty four percent of the vote in most of the recent elections, the Obama Clinton campaign. Screw forty four percent. Duma candidates have gotten into thirty percent sometimes in this midterm election. So the Democrats don't even have a county chairs in many, Texas counties. There is no democratic structure. This is not that'll rebuilding the Texas Democrats. This is better running his own party. And some democratic candidates may be able to ride into. Offices a result. We're talking with bud Kennedy. Here's a metro columnist in Fort Worth Texas for the star telegram as you look at the returns coming in on election night, where does Ted Cruz need to do. Well, and where does beta over Orkney to do? Well, there are two interesting markets in Texas. No one is on and one is Corpus Christi. They're both metal size markets that voted for President Obama. But then turned around and voted for President Trump Celica Cruz needs to keep those markets in the red side. He's a field that he was the one who is there to help them during hurricane Harvey. He was one help who helped bring relief to the Gulf Coast area. The both of those areas are considered the swing markets in Texas for congressman or work. Karen county is considered the bellwether Tarrant county is what? It's the third largest county in Texas actually larger than all sorts of San Antonio. It's considered a bellwether that the numbers the percentages in Tarrant county almost exactly match the statewide percentages. Federal work has worked very hard trying to win. Our come close Tarrant county to make up some of the gap. It's so largest reliably red urban county two years ago, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz were bitter rivals. Senator Cruz did not even endorse. Donald Trump onto the stage at the convention in Cleveland, Ohio for the Republican national convention. What changed Ted Cruz is seeing things that he wanted to accomplish have been accomplished by President Trump? And basically if you remember when Ted Cruz started running for president he wanted to be the ball charged into wash turns everything over broke everything started over again, he wanted you what President Trump is do it. So Ted Cruz is saying that the results President Trump's administration had been essentially what take crews would have done if he were elect. Did except obviously with a different style. Ted Cruz is managed to convince President Trump says that that crews each Trump and Trump meets crews. And so they're big rally in Houston is the new the new love match with the two here in Texas. And finally, but Kennedy you're on the ground, you're talking to friends and neighbors, you're seeing the advertising on social media and on television. What is this race feel like to you? This has been fascinated. There's been so much talk about it for so long. It started out feeling like a small little Texas movement. There was so much rural and Christian. You see these pictures that would come in of big crowds in which falls on level later gangs. Molin you look at the all farmers and rural voters and people who normally wouldn't even have seen a democrat. We're turning out some of those like a dinosaur. It comes Mel detail. So they went and they came out to see this democrat. And then at some point it changed. Do we say that? That's when it went from being Texas Beto to Hollywood, and he did the national TV shows, and it became more like a a Grateful Dead tour where I went from town to town people were actually going and collecting all the t shirts and every town and following him on to cheer. It was like it was like the Beto heads run all around any sort of losing a little bit of following world Texans there, but he still has a tremendous amount of support for for teachers and educators in Texas who feel picked on the current Texas administration. Teachers and educators are have turned out a large a large number of votes for the first time in probably thirty or thirty five years. It's still tough to believe in Texas. We say never believe a democrat will win until you see the votes happening. It's like snow never believe it's going to snow until you see it falling feel the same way about Democrats winning. It's been chrome. So many times, but it has happened since but Kennedy a columnist in Fort Worth Texas. His work available at star telegram dot com. Thank you for being with us. Thank you. On Wall Street banks leading a drop in the Dow falling nearly one hundred and twenty seven points, the SNP losing nearly twelve the NASDAQ was up though, nineteen and a half finally on this day in history. Nineteen sixty to president John F Kennedy making a televised address from the Oval Office in which he announces a US blockade of Cuba following the discovery of launchpads for Soviet missiles on the island ninety miles off the coast of the US. Cabbie the policy of this nation. To regard any nuclear missile launch from against any nation in the western hemisphere as an attack by the Soviet Union on the United States requiring a full retaliatory response. I call