23 Burst results for "Celica"
"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..
"celica" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Is it? He's a leg Celica. Me. Citizen John Spain. Yeah, Asiatic Cholera is your of any single person. Two extra going to be fun approaches. Does President Grant tell Aspira Penny days. JC Penny off for testing for believability doesn't understand Africans to sense that I see Latino Jesse people to come and serve the Syrian forces that time studying no grand, different bottles out of necessity. In this one, at least that I can do that as a galley to them. Mr. Ambassador Curriculums, Missy tended to calm diagonal predator You're telling credit. Eliza then dies in Kerala is and to promote a public ASEAN them player but another applicant Terminus Economy service living next single. Look at the window. Many Jessica's face. Oh, it's gonna be fine. Just say come in. That doesn't mean that goodness this race.
"celica" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Yeah, I know that. I know that. This is the most recent of the ones we blessing. Yeah, Like, so this is in your era. I'm trying to remember like this was definitely like On the mixed state. Where, like I wanted to lose my virginity to But couldn't I was? Yes, yes. Yes, it was that it's a classic on that. Yes. So this is, uh this woman is from a famous musical family. Okay. There was a family band. She was not in it. Oh, this is Mrs Jackson certainly is. Yeah, That's what it is. I did see this was definitely on those tapes. Do you know the song title? I guess so lonely. Right? This is I get lonely there. Remember the hook? This is this is fine. I like this. This played a lot of money on this plate a lot in my uncle's car when I used to pretend to drive it. Yeah, I'm gonna sit up here in the Celica. Uh, you know, After the break Chalet was sharp and gastro Monta turn our game this that or the other into an intellectual masterpiece. And a little later the McElroy brothers tell us all about their podcasting empire. I'm appear iceberg. This is ask me another from NPR. Hearing loss is a fact of life for many humans, but not for fish, reptiles or birds. People noticed in chickens that they could take them to say heavy metal concert blast the years really to oblivion, and.
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.
"celica" Discussed on Woody & Wilcox
"Listening, says hello. This is a one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine, Phantom Menace Pizza Hut box with jar jar binks on it. I have had it in my possession since nineteen ninety, nine, it comes from a smoke free pet free home. Thank God. This is available for Blake to anyone willing to come. Pick it up I. Know You saw will give it a good home. It's an actual Pizza Hut box that somebody has held onto for twenty plus years. So you think it's pristine or did have a pizza at one point that was eaten, and in this, he just kept the ball looking at the picture. Certainly pizza was in the box at one time. Something's been down to the bottom. That's jar jar bank. These the boxes been violated I. Mean I done just saying I'm assuming that something was warm and I. Say, that's jar jar banks. You know one of the most hated characters in the Star Wars Universe remembering same woman who refers to our two D two as the trash can. I try not to do that anymore. I'm not trying to be cute just trying to keep the character straight for you woody lawyer. All right Well, obviously, that's priceless. Right. But if I had to put a price on a twenty, one year, old pizza box that has jar banks on it from Pizza Hut, I would say. Five. Hundred dollars five hundred dollars is the bid. Pray was talking about saying five thousand. The funny thing is it could be five. I HAVE NO IDEA CHELSEA? What do you think? One? Fifty, one, five, zero, Gotcha Frederick. Twenty Bucks. Twenty dollars. Yes. Seventy, five, seventy, five, craigslist, price, two, hundred, and fifty dollar. Does he pick up on that two, hundred, fifty dollars for a pizza box. Sounds like a pretty good deal. Doesn't it? Is there any photographic evidence of the inside of the box? Yeah. For some reason, it didn't print out like you can see the little tiny thumbnail, they open the box and it looks. Like an inside of a pizza box. Box. Talk. Fly All right. So that's one for Chelsea on this round of craigslist prices, right? What do you? How about number two? Number twos. Somebody is selling a stupid vase that ex girlfriend made me get. Years. Ago. pinschers told my ex girlfriend that any well adjusted homestead needed a large vase full of expensive fake flowers and painted sticks dangerously at all piercing height. After many heated arguments, KIA, the true crucible in which all relationships are tested. We she settled on this one. When she became when she inevitably left me, we failed the test. I. Kept the vase because on the petty petty. Man I'm now selling it vases eighteen inches. Tall eyeball sticks or about sixty inches. Tall goggles are recommended it. A finely curated layer of dust on all of it. Eyeball sticks. Satellite didn't print a picture either it's like one of those bases you would get an, it's got sticks in it, and it's a decorative piece. Wife probably has that, of course. That is I mean he wants to get rid of it because he doesn't like her fifty dollars. Fifty dollars is Chelsea's bid. Frederick. What do you think? Fifty, one, fifty, one Gotcha. Yancey. To five watts. One dollar, one, dollar actual craigslist price is ten dollars. Is that even worth hosting about it. Just donate that vase to the goodwill and move on with your life. Realize the eyeball poking sticks that to use the word crucible I think. So, it's worth it. All, right. I got Chelsea with one in me with one. So Frederick and Yancey, whichever one of you gets, the third item is actually going to win this thing. So what do you? What do we have for the deciding piece typically can thank you to mark who found this on craigslist, and when you find something be like mark. What he had media is the email address mark found somebody selling a two thousand Toyota CELICA GT hatchback coupe. This car is like your mom. The listing says she's older. She's got a lot of miles on her and she could use a little cosmetic work, but she's still got it, and that's a lot of potential. She needs somebody to take care of her and she'll take care of you back. Also like your mom. She fits to comfortably in the front, but the back is really tight. Now, that's comeback. So. doesn't say the actual miles on the two thousand and Toyota CELICA although lots of mom jokes in the listing Wayne if confirmed I, don't think that apply. So there's no mileage listed no mileage listed now. Thousand. Ten. Thousand Toyota CELICA. So Tony Euro twenty year old car, two, thousand, Toyota, Celica hatchback GT I. Think you said, yes. By the way he took pictures of it, I-. Seductive pictures would be the angle he was going for certainly does not come across. He's got the hose out. He's washing. It looks like the hatchback I wrote in one time like in the back part. Of what you just said Frederick for the game? What are you paying for a twenty year? Old Toyota Celica? That's like your mom. Hundred Dollars Fifteen hundred Gotcha Yancey for the game. You know won t know one actual craigslist price, twenty, four, hundred, and thirty dollars. A. Very specific price for some reason, two, thousand, four, hundred, thirty dollars. Me Anybody. Credibly High I assume that it was going to be lower than both of those bids. He really treasures it. Like, your mom. Your mom holds its value. All right. Well, that means Yancey is going to walk away with the win on that one tough break for your Frederick, you both played pretty well on that one. Any of these items that actually have a visual to them, we will get them off for you to see on our instagram. So if you're not following along you, WanNa, do that at woody and Wilcox. and. Wilcox show..
"celica" Discussed on The Viall Files
"But? I did get. I did go to court once for smashing an unshakable bus shelter window. During a fight but I just. got a good behaviour bond for six months. Question number three has Paul ever had sex on the beach. Yes, he's around like beaches on. Right. Absolutely. Under. The US on a blanket in the same jeans. Nine talk about romantic. Number four has Paul. Ever. had. A bowl cut. A bulk, I ball cutting hair cat relatively relatively the same age group. You know it's real popular when our kid meet my mom scotch tape on her hair. To make the bulk, I'M GONNA say Paul has had a bowl cut say now. Absolutely. That's the. Whole man, six people and a policeman, I had a rat tail. ammo moment. Yeah. Rat Tail. was. It was it was the hair long on top? Yeah. Shaved around. Yeah. We'll cut rat tail coming out shaved. Hello Wisconsin and it sounds crazy but I. was like, that's so cool. Man I was like I know. Something to hold onto when the guys having sex with the. Nine. Oh. That one. At the time. But yeah now. Let's see. last question. Ken Paul, named three characters from game of thrones. Says He. Yes Ha. I WanNa, say, yes, immediately. I can do this come on three and I never watched. Are you watching? I I started one son just didn't. I'm sure I'll get into I fought against it for probably season because ever almost I don't like being a part of like everyone's something obviously episode just can't do it and. Lord. All right. So we're just talking between. Name seven or something Yeah. I did kick into it and watch the whole thing after about season three. But yeah. So see the the mountain. Is Stock like Ned stock, you just got three. I'm a new one more because I. saw. This question is pretty good. I'll try not to answer it too quick. Has Paul ever toilet papered a house? Aqa. What did I answer that? Really don't WanNA. Give me one. More guy. You. Please Car. To car it was it was on base and my friend pocket is Toyota CELICA right in front of out barracks, and so we did unspeakable things to it. Not just toilet paper. We We had this thing in high school junior senior wars. In. You know it was exactly what it was for like the week of homecoming the juniors and seniors with toilet paper, each other's houses it got out of control where like they were like twenty cars of light driving around New People's houses, and we would. Parents would get really mad, and then there was this, we were juniors at the time and I'll never forget this he was. A popular kid and he was we just wanted to and he's like you're not GonNa, get my house and the guarded up. So like five our friends woke. But like four in the morning. Like you because they were expecting it and we've got. Like just barrels of time paper, and we spent an hour toilet paper in the whole thing to the point. Where is it was bad? It was so much toilet paper in trees that it was. It took months for it to go. Classic forks in the. Lawn. It was really did you come from well family? No, me, we. Middle class you know, but we weren't my I've ten siblings. So I don't have a memory. Yeah, I don't have a memory of my parents not being stressed out about money, but at the same time, I had a very. I mean I was relative to the world. I was very lucky kid, but it just sounded to get by it sounds like something well off kids with two. More like sneaking out the windows in the middle and not to break into cars to sell things to people grew up, was it was a week and have money it where I grew up is very yeah. Upper suburbia like, yeah. In relatives the world we had very little to complain about. So yeah. Probably, yeah. That was very weird things that we had. We timed until I people. So I filed. You're really simple game. It's okay, just. The goal. Then fail we still learning? About you all that matters. I. Really appreciate. It has been a ton of fun You obviously our inspiration to people out there and and you know so much about life as we get older as about perspective, and how we apply our thoughts to our own lives and obviously do such a great job of that. So I really appreciate you taking the time might. Obviously. Don't forget to check out Paul's book when it comes out, check them out on Shark Week, follow me on instagram..
"celica" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"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. <hes> 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 <hes>. 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. <hes> 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 <hes> 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 <hes> 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. <hes> 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,
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,
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
"celica" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Her welcome to eleven go forward with your question, sir. Yes. Lauding guys, I do have a question I had just come into the obsession of the two thousand three Toyota Celica and I'm wondering about the timing belt. Should I play site? On the cost how much mile trip. Twenty eight thousand it's no tree. Oh, they tell you, it's good for sixty thousand miles. But this thing is like sixteen years old already. Yeah. It'd be under safe side. I would do it with the water pump and get it all done. Yeah. Because they what about the transmission fluid. Get it. Just don't hurt on doing it. You're not gonna hurt it and putting the right fluid. Oh, yeah. That would be the next question. So I just stick with the Toyota products on that what they, it's real. Yeah. Toyota makes the t four is what Tim I don't remember spec back then. But I, I would I would deal with that you can go to a local parts house, and they do have the proper fluid for it. But if you feel comfortable just get it out of the dealership. Okay. Okay. Thank you. Very much vicious beyond the safe side, with the timing belt. It's I I we get it done. Along with the water pump. Because this way it scoured teeth and her put a thermostat in there as well. What I worked through. Thomas book. Okay. I appreciate to valley summation. And of course, you always called on good friend who's sitting right through the because you live in that neck of the woods. Well, he's in Glen cove. He's he's on the north safer. I know where Jared. You're you're on the exclusive side of the island. Well, we'll just hire up. Thanks much to call and have a good day. Okay. Bye-bye. Larry you to a calling us go ahead, sir. Yes, Larry, go ahead. Yes, please. I just somebody came into my office and. Picked up whatever a crisis leaving two thousand seven two point seven liter cars, very few miles, only thirty four thousand and indeed, the owner's manuals suggest using a semi synthetic oil, whatever that suggest from wondering form owed cars are changing every three thousand was a regular oil and indeed as a better, perhaps, at this juncture to use fully synthetic oil, the car, apparently, according to decide who in fact, I secured the carbon said they've been just using regular oils. He just far as he knew how to semi synthetic different from regular nominal. Whatever Castrol on and is it better to upgrade it to the fully synthetic car of that nature. Has no turbos just regular two point seven liter. Two thousand seven no. Larry, you, you don't have to use anything other than conventional motorail synthetic blend, motor, Royal is just a conventional, Motorola, with some proportion of synthetic oil mixed in with it. And, and the full synthetic is just fully synthetic motor oil that really would wouldn't be a lot of reason for you to use the full synthetic other than if you said, I don't want to do maintenance, very often. I'd like to move it to six or seven or eight thousand miles between oil changes if that was your if that was your end goal, then I would say to use the synthetic motor oil, but I think I'm going to recommend that you stick to the original schedule, which is around three thousand miles, and use a conventional motor oil or synthetic blend. If you like they're they're virtue. Yeah. But the most important thing is to use the correct viscosity oil, you wanna make sure you're putting in the oil, that is the correct thickness so to speak. That has to do with with protection of the engine than anything else. Wonderful. Okay. 'cause I'm sure always in the past religious, my car is three thousand mile changing the oil on that had great success. And I thank you, anyway. What you folks, do a wonderful job. And most most appreciative. Thank you ever so much. Thank you very much, sir. Have a good day. Okay. Now, we, we have another call from Larry. Go ahead, sir. I'm Joe I'm sorry. Joe? Go ahead, sir. Yes. Going to go from south river, New Jersey. Go ahead, sir. Yes, go ahead. Okay. I have I, I had a two thousand five Toyota candidates, and it's got seventy nine thousand miles on it. The mechanic tells me that something really. Guts, and stabilized league starting to recoil. Recoil and have to be replaced, I think. I think what I'm saying Joe is your struts are leaking oil. And if you. Dr. Well, no, no. They don't leak to that extent. They just leak where or hydraulic fluid inside the stretch starts to leak out of the strut compromising the performance of the strut. And I think with respect to a stabiliser lengths there's no oil in the stabiliser link. But I think he's recommending replacing them if you do the struts, which is probably not a bad idea. Second opinion, second opinion is the first thing that comes to mind. Joe, I think if you get a second opinion, without suggesting to the second opinion giver, that you think you need stretch, just go in cold and, and get a second opinion. Then if you don't get the same diagnosis, I probably would go with the second opinion, struts, oversold in my opinion, not, not that, you know, they don't need to be replaced from time to time but I know five camera with seventy nine thousand miles is not a car that I typically see needing stretch. It's so a second opinions on what happens on cameras, believe it or not Joe's people committed complain about knocking noises when you hit bumps that's pretty common. Do you do you get that in the back where you hit a bump, and it sounds like a knock? Well, I, I know I don't know. Yours is nice and quiet. He's got to turn the radio off. He doesn't doesn't have it that loud, Joe was second opinions. In order, if you need them fine, you know, you change this. But if if the if the first working, yes, very expensive very expensive. Yes. Very expensive to do force. Droughts, maybe strut mounts sway bottling, so wheel alignment, and whatever else comes with. It is a lot of money. But it's an that take that's a full day's worth of work. Joey union dot net. Are you near golf field? Okay. Unia Goff field. I live in south river New Brunswick is not near Garfield Joe you need a second opinion. Just and when you when you look for the second opinion, don't suggest just go in and, you know, you want to car looked over and see see what someone says. And if that word struck doesn't come up, then I would go with the second opinion and forget about it. If you're not getting any symptoms if you're not getting any noises if you're not saying that it's bouncing too much. And, and, and the second opinion says that nothing's wrong. That's my opinion. Nothing's wrong in one word of warning about second opinions, make sure that from somebody who's reputable, and it's just not trying to sell a lot of poets. You would recommend to the deal of when you. Maybe maybe you know what, what roll word about, as you go to get a second opinion, the place that likes to sell things, they might say, in addition to the stretch you need bowl joint since way links. And then you're really going to be that. Of course, you're really going to be. And this is what people deal with today. So to that end I would say, maybe that second opinions shouldn't be at one of those major tire shops, or, or something like that. Do you have just a local garage where, you know, where you can go in and talk to someone and just get an honest opinion? I think that may be the venue that, that you need to seek out a small local independent garage that may be someone recommends to you as being a fair and honest place to get an opinion stay away from those big chains and tire sales places because they'll all sell you something, they all do whether you need it or not. That's AAA AAA is fine. I generally don't have any problem with them. But I think I think the venue would be a small independent repair shop. I think that's the one do you live. No malwa. No, he's not near my wife. They said New Brunswick. I dunno. How old is more towards the Garden State Parkway in the shore down that way. Okay. So go for if you have any other questions, please call us back. Okay. Thank you so much for your help. Thank you much, right? At this moment, we'd like to welcome back into distance learning. Your classroom Robinson clarify AAA northeast and Robertson. Sure, from triple eight I hope the person who would be listening to us now. Okay. Yes. So I think the gentlemen would do fine if he looked to it. Fully.
"celica" Discussed on Everyday Tech
"You bring on your trip can make a big difference to the quality of your trip as well. So let's talk about going hands-free almost what we just talked about about the cars driving themselves almost but not that to that point. But let's talk about going hands-free, Jeremy. So when we talk about hands-free, we mostly talk about bluetooth. No, it is possible force to have a headset that you plug into the headphone Jack on the bottom of your phone. But when we're in our car, we want to try to reduce as many wires that are. Between us and the steering wheel. And the phone it can just become an ugly situation. So we mostly talk about bluetooth these days. Your your modern vehicles always have bluetooth built in tomb. They've got built into where you can control right there on the steering wheel. But there are also bluetooth headsets that you can use and even for people that do not have any sort of bluetooth in their vehicle. There's an adapter that you can get now that will plug into the auxiliary port on your radio that will allow you to use bluetooth at your vehicle, for example. I have a Toyota Celica which has been made since two thousand four they never made it with bluetooth because bluetooth was joke back when that car was fitted. Bluetooth headsets lasted about two hours. I remember testing wanna be like, yeah. Yeah. There's a future for that. Okay. But I got a little adapter off of the internet, and it cost me about ten bucks. And it allows me to just connect any bluetooth device I want and I usually use it for listening to music. I don't use it for talking on the phone. I use a headset for talking on the phone. But when it comes to our vehicles hands-free is essential. So that we can focus on the road. So that we can have our hands on the wheel. So that we can be alert and safe driving at all times. Rely reliable phone holder because the worst thing that can happen is you can't find your phone. You don't wanna start looking around looking for it while you're driving distracted or if falls down where your feet are..
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.
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.
"celica" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Like, so you guys over the hotel up there. It is no airports a fair bit away from downtown about an hour forty five the whole time. They're like there's an airport in Lawrence. You don't know how to get to the hotel. Like, we don't know anything about where the hotel is like, okay. These are all things one could have armed themselves with weeks in advance. Like this was on their calendar weeks in advance are picking up me and Dr drew from the airport. Greatest of my God that car was not road where they had all I can feel I can feel. I'm like connected Lada. I can feel I have a good ass. I can feel what's going on in the car that guard like ball tires polling. The one side shimmying like over sixty two miles an hour and God we had some classics. I we had the two door Celica told drew you gotta get the back half inch dollar, and you got stuff of the bag of there's a hamper the person picked me in Dr drew up with hamper even a real full hamper didn't pop poll out of the back seat and put it in the hatching in the back. This left it to ride next to Dr drew the hamper. Hamper you're picking up celebrities from an airport, and you have a car, and there's a hamper in the backseat and you do not remove the hamper from the backseat, drew. It's a forty five minute drive as long as you're sitting back. Could you marry the Socks socks? do the Baltic. There's that that was a great. That was a great one. Is that the guy who had to go home and get his jeans? I gotta ask drew out that we had the guy who had to go home and change his jeans just left us in the back of the car on the street paying the with going. Hey, strewing, Adam. Wonders apartment he was wearing blue jeans, and he change in a Brown jeans or something, and he went there that was that was fantabulous. We had another chick Pickus up who was late because she was shopping, and then also be shop and stopped off at wanted to stop off or work. She stopped off at work and went in and we just sat outside again. I remember that super clearly because I was like, well, I don't want to stop it or work, but I do need to use the bathroom. So I guess I could just go and it used a bathroom like take the stop as a bathroom stop. And they wouldn't let me into the building had a wait one. She went into the building took care some stuff..
"celica" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"But the money, I don't know. You can you can throw a lot of money at guys. And. Doesn't mean it's going to work. And we know we've seen that what happens with the jets last year. Well, listen top cornerback. As a bad year. Just this happened to happen. In fact, I asked Branko Celica, they cut him. They said no you can't cut him to twenty twenty Johnson. Can't too much money too much of a cap hit us. You can't have those kind of miscues this time around. Again. Draft is so so, and you don't really the guys who sign aren't doing that good on a coach anyway because nobody seems to like him anyway. So now, it's like, oh, you can't even do it. But if you wouldn't what weapons do you have. See I wanna see, you know, do they go after levian bell. And I'm not tying Tonio Brown with do. They find themselves in another wide receiver. Who's a? Really good. It makes the rest of the jets slide down. But it's still good. Instead of being the number one guy. You're number two guys at number two number three guy. But you're you're better. I don't know if this Domenico pull it off. We will find out eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six hundred pages of fame. We'll be right back. What does building a better Bank? Look like it starts with building Capital, One cafes.
"celica" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"You know, I went to some weird spot in downtown LA just like that like a loft by myself never told anybody the address I mean, you did more in the, you know, even back then in the movie than I did, you know, like either. Went up and turn out fine. I got my photos, and whatever. But like exactly that like I went, and I've done that so many times since where I just ride my little red Celica park it now, and, you know, those in those days to just like, maybe I had a pager. Maybe I had a flip phone whatever. And then another time I was just walking around Brentwood. And this guy walks up to me, and he's like, you know, you should be a Hello. I have a modeling agency. You should be a model. And you know, I'm telling thin, I'm not a model face. But like I did want to be a mall. So every time someone told me I was like finally someone gets it. Okay. So the guy goes come to this building. And it was just this building on Wilshire on like a Saturday. Like, I talked to him on the phone, and he goes, we're looking this was the big. We're looking okay. Yeah. Come. Okay. This is what heard so I go and again, it's a building. That's nobody's in on a Saturday. Like this weird Billy, and I go, and I go up to the elevator and the guys just there. There's don't modeling photos. There's nothing and there's like two other people there, and I come in. And he chose me these magazines that are like of like running magazines. He's like, so we specialize. In regular looking people. Why we would like you? Okay. And I'm like. He's like, I we're gonna do a photo shoot with you. But it's gonna be like eight hundred dollars or something. I will tell it. He's like we can be half didn't use the regular people don't have eight hundred dollars naked photos..
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
"celica" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Yeah toyota celica does right let's look at tom selleck not that impressive then yeah that's not a great car now these this year of corvette if you wanna look it up i'll you town he's eighty four is essentially if you're from rochelle illinois like i am this is what's being in the parade yeah that's like a guy with a denim baseball hat is driving this in every local parade driving the mis mis mis pena yeah little guy who owns the strip club right got it and he's making payments he's he's still still picture one of those on fire and a missing lawnmower and we're back rivera said he he must have confessed because he first attempted to pour the fluid through a cracked window on the corvette but when that didn't work what do you think he did poured it all over up nope he opened the door and dump the gasoline on the seat i think he had to go through a cracked window in the first one is handprints on the door when they come to you're not an idiot wants to do it in an indus indiscreet way he opened the door dumped the gasoline on the seat by the parking car on the street and you leave the door only living edgewater remains and you're you're inviting trump to be burned trouble is in your life here essentially saying you are like a woman masturbating on a trade or saying come on the dig in my cars do does this couple had that they needed to park on the on the street on on the line i don't know yeah they said that he dumped all the gasoline on c then used a lighter to set it on fire police said revere then shut the door and walked away because he thought the fire the fire appeared small.
"celica" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"To be running the store like what are they think what would motivate them how can i get their attention and get them to light pushing promote a book like i'm doing market research but doing something i would do free anyway it's like when you think through that and you're either filled with oh my god the thought of achieving that is so exciting for me that i can hardly control myself or oh my god the thought of doing that is torturous and i have absolutely no interest in doing that that is so powerfully clarifying and the fact i'd i'd asked him a few questions still like really get his something and he kept coming back to that i thought it really is powerful bike just fantasise about it for a second do you get amped like i'll be honest even though i have moved away from chasing money and all of that when i was poor i would get in my 1983 toyota celica with the doors smashed in and i would drive into belair and i would drive appear to where i live now and i would just look at the big houses and get amped dude and the thought of like achieving that was intoxicating and so there were many times where in the storm of failing of just being terrified that i was in over my head and i know idea what i was doing you just claimed that the energy of just like what would this be like if i really did it like i will tell you so leeson i both gave we gave our families money but there was one dinner where we took our moms out and flew her mom in from england flew my mom and from tacoma and we were in vegas at our favorite buffet and we had of that we gave them each like the speech thanking them for everything that they done and then handed them these checks with commas and zeroes.
"celica" Discussed on The Virtual Couch
"I believe that they are superior and can only associate with equally special people in this one i i get to see oftentimes as well it's funny sometimes so here's the dilemma with a therapist at times you're not going to get any work done with a narcissist unless you can really truly build report so you know i can't tell you how many times you'll get a somebody will walk in and and i feel like they're basically kenneth sizing up the joint sizing up the arabised deceived they are worthy of their time and so i i almost a kind of a frustrated with the fact that i find myself wanting desperately to connect with the narcissist because i want to help i'm a lot of times i've been you know i'm doing couples therapy in and again i just i want to help so bad that i find that okay i'm trying to beef things up to you know hey uh you know i i've run two hundred alter marathons or you know i own part of this i did and i feel like okay i'm getting caught up in that you know i want to make sure that you know the will view me as someone who they can associate with visit not than they are going to go home and tell their spouse that guy's an idiot raise a clown he's name worth third time i i no more than i you know he just and when he went to i love i can go one experienced in particular the person came in and they were hillock i've studies psychology you know i i'm i i know i know everything that you're gonna tell me now i wanted to be like okay so you know in here i'm in a celica narcissist you right now jess listener but then that's about road to say hey so our eight your uh you know your ears kind of discounting the new couple years getting the masters and counseling boat six months of a cracked come site of free therapy to clinic three thousand hours a supervision and the concept trainings but you've read a couple of psychology books you kinda nuts i guess run same plana sodas funny at and recently i been had somebody that i reached out to and i was working.
"celica" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast
"Journalists yeah i i kind of see what that is but it's still doesn't take away the fact that if the military screwed up took it down with a missile that fiscal evidence is going to remain at the truth they'll get to be that it should be and if people are said listen the missile probably action either okay we're gonna jump forward and then i'm gonna get into this so we're gonna get into the documentary multiple missile theory but then there's people who say that listen the missile didn't actually explode in the plane he just punched through the plane from under side it took top side and that's what caused the explosion and so because that metal was torn and not ignited melted dare not seeing it and i'm using air quotes went on saying they're not seeing it do i believe that i'm not a hundred percent aboard that so like i said before a their multiple times now there's a documentary this is the two thousand thirteen documentary focused on the event and it's i'm pretty sure it's made by tom celica he's features prominently in it he's actually in the one that's from two thousand seven or eight i think the theory anyway i keep forgetting what you're the older one was made in an he's made allegations pretty much from the beginning he was in the meetings the official hearings back in two thousand and we're taking place on this like this guy is deeply involved let's his relation to it as he just an investigator he just took an interest in it and the wind from there he has he had no formal training he he's the guys in to be involved in here wwhy while the bomb he added at that the garage yeah all right so but as a we've already talked a little bit about the fact that he along with several other people didn't feel that the ntsb and the fbi were doing everything above board and one of the things that they they used to say that something is being.
"celica" Discussed on CarStuff
"Uh yeah anybody there was a an enabler a provider oh sure yeah on the fed your habit he has someone who kept me hooked up to the uh the the gunpowder smack as on a call at a venue now this is reminded me of something i don't know how i'm thinking about this right now but were you out when you were younger did you watch the prices rate ever or any of the game shows i guess that that will give away car occasionally yeah i saw parts of it all right i i feel like we've discussed this on years ago on this podcast but it seems to me that every time you'll giveaway courses his game shows were coming from california right there on the west coast and a lot of times they would say you know here's a ride mateen 81 toyota celica gt with california missions and they would always mentioned california missions in the in the description of the vehicle uh and that was probably the first thing i'm in indiana or something and thinking what the heck is california missions why a different for every every car built in california yeah and it turns out your manufactures head to increase or head to change or modify altar in some way uh the vehicles that went to california to worship to california because they had stricter emissions controls then every other state and now i guess nine states have joined in says not just california that of god jump on the uh uh the 19th seventy clean air act weigh in with them heather carb restrictions i guess yes it georgia is one pennsylvania's another right now it's more than just pennsylvania georgia though right yeah i think i think there's around nine there might be more at this point but i think it's around nine so you know they've i don't know if we want to see the jump on the bandwagon have but uh but you know there there are on board with with the california emissions thing now you can't just say california emissions.
"celica" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode
"Hey jim how are you lyon have a girl of great thank you for taking my call shortly eight everything that you do love the show thank you so my question is the gate technology symbol at of infecting the south since the beginning of the year posted january earning you run up a double top formed and we recreate back to beginning of the year levelled by question is heading into earnings which is about two weeks is this a good first set up on a shortterm trade longterm timely here the martin weakening if you wanna be in this sector i've got to be in micron odd i would say western assessment celica's stocks at such a big run be careful out there if you wanna go a little bit longer term and not worry about the nearterm stock to buy is calm a g marvin zone marvan thank you for taking my call course uh just check and i bought so much centurylink yesterday hill trying to get your opinion on what you think of it the other day i was dismissive of someone who bought suburban propane didn't realize us this morning at the time canada i apologise that person that i dislike suburban propane for a long time why do i bring it out because i dislike centurylink for a long time and i am going to reiterate might bite i dislike why i don't think the when you get a nine percent yield that's what we call red flag that means they may not have the cash flow to cover it now i know they'll tell you that are more washed up in that they do but you know what frontier felt that way too that's what they felt and as right.