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Wayne Carini from 'Chasing Classic Cars' and F40 Motorsports

Cars That Matter

04:05 min | 3 months ago

Wayne Carini from 'Chasing Classic Cars' and F40 Motorsports

"This is Robert Ross with another episode of cars that matter and today my guest is Wayne Carini who everybody knows Wayne Wayne's the host of chasing classic cars and incredibly Popular Program about finding gyms in the rough Wayne's also owner of f Forty Motor Sports Portland Connecticut I'm going to call that as day job and what a job it is Wayne Welcome to the program during us to be with. Obviously we're talking coast to coast I'm here in Los Angeles, and you're on the eastern side of the US and were doing this by way of Zoom. So it's not in the studio, but it allows some long distance conversation really in much the same way that you probably deal with. So many of the collectors nowadays things have certainly changed for all of us in the way that we communicate and weighed. The options are being held virtual car shows everything's changed slightly only. It's just for short periods. We'll talk about some of those things both the short-term effects maybe some of the long term positive benefits that come from this, it's hard to imagine there are any, but they're actually might be but instead of going forward in time, let's go back in time for a second. Let me just ask you the obvious. Question a lifetime love affair with cars, full classics, postwar sports, and racing cars, and probably even some modern collectibles. How did this car fixation begin when I was born into it? My father was founder the model a restorers club America back in nineteen fifty one year I was born cars were basically in our family from the beginning and then my dad restored cars for a living whether it was Duesenberg? Packard? As or buicks whatever they were my cousin built hot rods in a lean to next to my father's shop, and then a mile up the road was candy pools sports car shop where they had about every type sports car in the World Men Candy Pool is very famous race car drivers. So there was race cars, Ferraris Maserati. Oscars every type of car. That was rare stuff back then and I think that's how I got my ashes for everything to do with automobiles was brought up on every type of automobile. That's quite a broad swath. You Talk About Your Dad restoring everything from model as to Duisenburg's there couldn't be a wider gulf between those two and it's interesting. You mentioned that let's drill down into. That for just a second Wayne I often wonder the model a was such a ubiquitous machine, obviously the model t and then the model put Henry Ford on the map with a little company we call the Blue Oval but all the guys that actually treasure those cars and restore them and kept him alive for so many decades when they were well past. Their prime. It's very rare to see those cars any longer they sorta seems almost evaporated off the surface the earth they've become pretty popular again though in that era forcible way to get into the hobby and you could basically model for today from a catalog. So because of the ease of getting a apart the east of the restoration and the fun factor. With the driving aspect of it, I mean, these cars are a Lotta Fun to drive. Easy on reasonably priced. So we see model as actually their value and increasing summer bar. That's a great harbinger of things to come then because they really were sort of the cornerstone of the collector hobby back before guys can afford their full classics and all the fancy stuff from Europe. I starting going to Hershey with my dad and nine hundred, fifty, seven was six years old I think her she started either in fifty five, hundred, fifty, six does either liver fear second year, and then probably the third year I was there it became part. Of Our family, my dad created the model, a restorers club. He just come out of service in flight forty, eight and gentleman brought him a model a Ford to do some paint work on any restored to perfection for the gentleman brought it to local car show nine, hundred fifty and they wouldn't let him show it because they said that's just some old used car as nothing special and he got upset about that and went home and created the model, every stores America which thousands of people all over the world still supporting that club.

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"club america" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

07:09 min | 4 months ago

"club america" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"The unique opportunity to visit him at. At his home a few years ago and did an interview with him. which is something that is very rare. We did a video interview and we also took notes, and we publish the entire interview in the Lamborghini Club America. Magazine La Vida Lamborghini a couple years ago. You tell us about this interview. Yes, the interview it was very interesting. Meeting Marcello Gandini I expected a flamboyant out there allowed sure something that really strained extreme design in his character, and he's the most modest man in the world is the most modest man I can't. Can't say it more accurately. A quiet man, not too many words. He does not speak English, so I was speaking to him through his daughter, who was working as an interpreter for US Valentino. Balboni was there also to help translate. We sat down for it was well over an hour, and we talked about his experience Lamborghini. He told me about some of the more interesting experiences he had with the brand, but we also talked a lot about how the design of the different cars that he did for Lamborghini while working at Bertone. And you and I agree that the Muira is one of the most beautiful postwar cars ever created however went speaking Marcello. He was for sure proud of his hard work. With the MIRA of course I cannot speak for him, but my interpretation from the interview was he was no more or less proud of the mirror that he was saying the bottom you know. Know he was equally proud of all of his designs. In as he explained to me, each of the designs had its features that came out is heated, vision him and flaws in the design, a threat and I stopped him and I couldn't believe what he said next after I asked him will. which of your design had flaws, and he said well all of them. And I said including the MIRA any smiled, and he said especially the bureau and I said what was the flaw in the design and he kind of gave me a look like. It was obvious and I didn't recognize that he was surprised that I didn't know what the flaw in the design was, so he pointed over to a picture. There was a perfect front on shot of the car and he's like. Take a look at that picture and tell me what think, so. My simple explanation was the most beautiful car I've ever seen and I think he was expecting me to know what he was talking about. And the disappointing part of the designed for him was the width of the tires and wheels. Eight. He explained to me that design he had envisioned had wider tires. Any said at the time that was the whitest higher you could buy for a passenger car. and. He said it really bothered him. Minutes still bothers him to this day. He was certainly light years ahead because today. Of course, it's all about filling out those wheel wells and getting larger wheel as possible underneath that car I mean really was just. He was just full of brilliant brilliant ideas, and what's amazing is he didn't do that with modern technology like a computer. That's right. Right where you could play with different designs and quickly move things around. He was doing this on drafting board with a pencil ruler in an eraser. That's right and he was in his early twenties. They all were in their early twenty S. I guess between Wallace stands on the Laura and John Dini. You put them all together and they weren't more than one hundred ten years old. True, Fruit yourself was only in his mid forties. He started his company. I guess yeah, well. You know and you talked about your interview with Marcel Again Dini in La Vida I want to tell you how much I enjoy the magazine. Of course, a member of the club I wouldn't have it any other way I believe that a VIP membership is the only way to fly, because at naughtily supports your own station, but it gets me a nifty carbon fibre membership card I think I've got a stack of them here over the years i. I collect them all, but I also collect ear magazine, and that comes with VIP membership, and what a great magazine it is I know what it takes to put out a magazine in my hat's off to you for being able to publish such professional professional product `La Vida is just fantastic comes out twice a year. Is that right? Yeah, we come out with an issue for the spring summer. And then we do one for the fall, and each issue is one hundred pages in it covers. What's going on in the community and Canada? UPDATES people on the latest news as well as provides some historical content to help educate people and show them what the brand was about years ago to keep the entire experience relevant to everyone. That's what I really like about it. You look through the magazine inning. See not just new cars, but some fantastic historical examples both photograph today, and also occasionally some great historic images that shine a light on the past. Thank you, it's a collaboration. I worked with a small team to put the magazine together, but the most important. Important Element of the magazine is the content comes from all over. We get a lot of different owners mostly in America that submit articles and content and photos, but we also have club members from around the World Ismay things going on in their part of the world that's interesting and educating for people to read about especially the club members we have in Europe than being closer to the factory. They can attend more factory events do more celebrations. It's something Nice. That helps to heap everybody in sync with what's going on. On with Lamborghini community. Will you know before those lockdown Andrew? You actually had a pretty far reach too I. Know the Lamborghini Club. America has done some really interesting world events. Talk About Your Dubai event that yeah, that's an interesting event that you bring up. I mentioned her name before Joy Lou she is our marketing and events lead for the club. She engineers in is kind of the architect of the bigger events. We do with her being a marketing professional something that she's always thinking forward on is what's next for. For the club, or what should the club be doing? So? She does surveys every now, and then and a couple of years ago. She did a survey for International Club of that. There are a number of different locations that came up to buy was one of the top, and so she started designing a Dubai experience for Lamborghini owners, and so we went there, and we had almost forty people that went with us, so it was a a sizable group. We did this back in early November of two thousand nineteen. At one of the best hotels there we had, we went to the version rob. We went to the Burj Khalifah. We hit all of the check boxes for everything you need to do in Dubai. And then we had two days where we rented. Lamborghinis for the group, and we did lab drive..

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"club america" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

09:04 min | 4 months ago

"club america" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Robert Thank you for having me on today. It's an honor to be part of your podcast. Well, it does seem like one of those things where you could literally spend hours and going deep into the minutia of Lamborghini, but I think this is really an opportunity to share, not just some Lamborghini tidbits, but acquaint them with what I consider to be one of the most dynamic and active clubs in the hallmark spectrum like I say LLC a Lamborghini Club America. America something kinda special. You've done an amazing job with it. Thank you Robert, I really appreciate that anti function of a few different things you know I, the Lamborghini Club. Although it's smaller, it has a very deep penetration into the market, so we have a high percentage of owners in America. Are Club members, and we have a large international group of members as well so that the club played isn't you know size of like the BMW claw, which has forty or fifty thousand members, and although they're very big organizations that do a lot of great things, and they're very successful. The percentage of members to owners is smaller than what we are, so we have several thousand club members in. There may only be fifteen twenty thousand lamborghinis in North America. Isn't that amazing? Well, you know. You're obviously no stranger to the World Lamborghini you're an owner, ear and enthusiast, and you're really the best friend of a lot of owners who need a connection. We'll talk about that a little later on because connections are what the Lamborghini Club is really about, but you mentioned that it's a smaller organization because they're frankly, aren't that many Lamborghinis to go around and boy talk about a a rare bird back in the sixties and seventies and early eighties, Lamborghinis were really something rare, and I guess the club goes back that far, doesn't it to like nine, hundred, seventy, five or something? Was it to your spot on Robert? The club was. was founded in nineteen, seventy five, so it's forty five years old now. WHO started the club? Was that Jim Hetty or was someone else? It was someone else so to be fair it a gentleman. The first real club president was a guy named Don. Tag Naughty Oh right done via the club leadership. It's a labor of law. There's no paycheck or anything like that. You're donating your time, but there are perks to it. You get to make connections make good friends. That's how you and I met for example and its connections that are otherwise impossible to make its right so especially taking on a role of responsibility in a club. You get to meet more people in interact with more facets of the brand. So that's what it's done for me. Boy! Isn't it a fact back in the Stone Age, so to speak of Lamborghini. The brand was a whole different animal than it is today prior Audi acquisition of the mark, and I guess by the time the Mercy Lago start at roller off the line in two thousand one and followed by the Jarkko. became a whole different of fish in a much more active group of drivers back in the seventies I mean Gosh. Yeah, hardly had a handful of car. Yeah, yeah, you hardly hit a handful of cars, and they're only a couple of dealers in the country. So what you had was a club that was founded for mostly technical resource. That's right. There really wasn't much of a social angle of the club back then it was primarily focused on having resources for buying selling and trading parts in knowing where to go to get service you know. Isn't that the truth? I remember talking with a fellow named Jack Robbins Jackie's yes course. Jack was the original west coast. Tech for Bob Estes. Estes who was the West? Coast Importer Jake Kaplan imported the cars into the east, coast and this is back in the beginning of Lamborghini when my old four hundred gt was imported, and your mirrors were coming into the country. We'll talk about those later. And Jack told me a story years and years ago. I guess he had flown over to Italy with Bob Esty to see, Ferruccio, tour the factory, and and basically begged and pleaded with Ferruccio, said please. Will you produce some service manuals for our mechanics? America and Ferruccio blew up and said if I wanted the cars to be fixed in America, I would make manuals. Owners supposed to send them back the factory when they need repair. Well. Can you imagine that shipping your mirror back to San Diego back? In nineteen seventy to get a new water pump put in right. Right Times were different. We'll speak at a times. When did you take over the club? Andrew so I, came to Lamborghini World Two thousand five, when I purchased the Abloh, and I immediately joined the club, and I found that the club was smaller than other clubs I belong to at the time for example I was a member of the Viper Club America. And you know the Viper. World is bigger than the Lamborghini worlds. So it was a little bit of a difference in culture, so I started to volunteer and help out and I I took over the Midwest region of the club, and then as Jim and Joan Hettie retired around two thousand eleven and two thousand twelve. We did a full transition and I took over the club completely well, you've certainly put insurmountable amount of work into it and achieved some really great thing. Since obviously, the mark has changed. The club has changed, but. But what I like about the clubs, there's really room for everyone old cars and new cars. This is what makes it exciting. Yeah, there certainly is and what's important about that is that we are all Lamborghini owners, and it is one of the core values of the club that we are inclusive to old owners and new owners is some of the vintage Lamborghini? Owners don't like the new car. Some of the new cars just don't know anything about the older cars. So having that diversity in club creates a lot of opportunities for education inexperience for cars that you haven't experienced before subsequently can we've had a lot of club members transition back and forth from one to the other or add another to their collection. I wanted to ask you about that. Because that to me is what's fascinating. Somebody goes out. They buy a brand, new hurricane or or vintage. Or Whatnot we'll talk about some of the new cars later on in this conversation, but what amazes me is that someone might not really be aware of the fact that Lamborghini made cars back into the sixties. I know when I've shown. My old four hundred I've had people. Marvel's you mean that's elaborate. Gainey I didn't know they were that. Old People assume that they sort of like the birth of Venus Sprang from a clam shell as a fully formed coon. Tosh and there was really nothing before that. That, but in fact there are old Lamborghinis, and those points of history are what make the mark so absolutely fascinating when people start to learn about those cars. Yeah, it's interesting that you bring that up when I joined the Lamborghini ownership community something that I found was that almost every owner new the entire model range and in addition to knowing the model range. They knew a bit about the brand. They knew who fruit show Lamborghini was. They knew that he was a farmer and built farm equipment. and. They also knew Valentino. Balboni is retired famous test driver and they knew a lot about the culture and the things that go along with Lamborghini now. You have a lot of modern owners, which is important to the sustainability of the brand in the club, and it represents an important milestone for growth to the brand bud. These owners are sometimes making a less emotional decision when they're buying the car. They're buying a car. Maybe because of the performance numbers or the design is the influence of the Lamborghini Brian. History or the culture is. Absent or unknown to a lot of new car buyers, so that's one thing that the club is noticed, and we've been working to help to educate the new Lamborghini buyer on what the brand is about, and that starts to preach what we believe. It's to pull them into the community to help make them at a loyal part of it, so they continue to be a Lamborghini owner, and if they're doing a two or three year lease, they don't leave for another brand well. Isn't that absolutely true? Because the more you appreciate, the history and really the magic. Magic of the mark, the more you come to realize that there's nothing quite like Lamborghini. The fact is really Lamborghini started as a unique vision with a V, twelve engine that nobody else had to in every way outperform outdistance the Ferraris of the era Lamborghini is always sort of stood for that kind of stake in the ground, upping the ante, really trying to chart their own course and build a better car. There really is a sole. Lamborghini it's absolutely a unique talion soul automobile, Lamborghini America's does a lot to support your club and its own is. More engaged now than they've ever been before in your club, itself has a number of chapters. Tell us how it's organized..

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"club america" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

08:11 min | 4 months ago

"club america" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Of Thea's taka in Mexico City, where they lost three nil to Club America, but Atlanta United to Ono in league play, leaving the Eastern Conference. In fact, the onliest In conference team with six points In their 1st 2 matches. They will play in grouping against New York, Red Bulls, FC Cincinnati and Columbus crew. And first up will be that Red Bulls match on July 11th. I say this somewhat tongue in cheek, but I mean, and at the same time, I did not want to play the Red Bulls first. If I had a choice, I would have rather played them Third. Maybe the heat and humidity takes a little bit of energy out of that pressing style. That the Red Bulls have always played with, but not to be. But here now an opportunity for Atlanta United facing rebels on a neutral field for the first time in the competitive match to maybe slay these demons in the regular scenes in the Atlanta United has had against the Red Bulls. Red Bulls are really stuck in a tough spot here because Chris Armas knows that they have to develop. A little bit more variety and their game plan. But this is the first time that the Red Bulls come into a season without Bradley Wright Philips Without Louise Roe bliss with number of changes and You have to do what you do best in this kind of format. You know, it's not like you're you're getting months of the season to prepare for this game with Atlanta United that he had circled on your calendar when the schedule came out. You don't get that you're coming into Ah, tournament where the best thing you can do is be disruptive is to be who the Red Bulls have been now. One big noticeable changes what we saw in the 1st 2 games this season. Where they play the 4 to 2 to its what you've seen traditionally out of the Red Bulls teams in Salzburg and in Leipzig. It's what they want to do across the board, and they haven't really had the right players to do. It didn't suit Bradley Wright Philips, and when Bradley Wright Philips scored the goals that he did for the Red Bulls, you've created a style to suit him. Ryan White is a little more malleable. The questions they're going, Toby, can you get out wide on this Red Bulls team and I think it laying the united Can. You know? We've seen them so far this season in there, 343 be able to exploit the width. And use Brooks linen to get wide down the right side. I think George Bellow is going to be healthy here, but Jake Morini shown that he can get loose down the left side as well. And we know from day one with this team that Atlanta United can hit that big switch and change the point of attack. The rebels are a very narrow team. You have to know that they're going to come in and probably up the tempo in Game one. That's going to be the game that they have circled, put forward their best effort. But Atlanta knows what's coming and I think they can take advantage of some of these new faces on the Red Bulls Well, and A lot has been made of Atlanta United all time Syria's history against Red Bulls, but let's look back at the last four competitive matches. Okay, the three nil win in the first leg of the Eastern Conference playoffs in 2018. You lose one yellow Red Bull arena, which is as good as a win. You're playing basically to get out of there without giving up a goal in 90 minutes, So you're fine with that, even though it's scored as a loss. And then last year under Frank Tabor, you really should have one in July. You have the 33 to Robert. He gave up the very legal to Bradley Wright Philips Great game, probably one of the best games of the year in the league with one nil loss against 10 10 man Red Bull last year in May, I think is one that really, really sticks in the craw of a lot of Italy, the United supporters, but Honestly going down to 10 men was probably the best thing that could have happened Red Bulls that day because it made the approach to the remainder of that match. Extremely straightforward. Tom Barlow hits him on the counter, and that's it. They can lock down the match the rest of the way. Yeah, they were better when they went down to 10 men because They were trying to do maybe too much for that team before that, and that's a question about this one. I went back and watched the match against rail Salt Lake the second match of the season for the Red Bulls, and it was a match where you expected are seldom have the possession. But you didn't expect them to have over 20 shots, and the Red Bulls on Ly have a couple of clear cut chances. Finishing the 11 draw. It was one of those games where you have two shots cleared off the line by the Red Bulls. They did really well I am rhetorical was outstanding in that match in place of Aaron Long. It's just there's still questions about who the Red Bulls are right now. Are they trying to be something different? Can they do that? You know, on a quick turnaround in this tournament format after you know, weird preseason for them where you played a couple of games, you go home. You sit for a while, They didn't get backto action really early in the process in terms of training. What are they going to do in this tournament? I think they have to lean into who they've been, because that's what how these players have been trained. It's the style that can give them the best results in this tournament. I just don't know if they have the talent to necessarily make that work anymore. These two teams have seen each other this calendar year for what it's worth. A preseason fixture down and I am G in late January, Atlanta United one that picture to one Red Bulls. That was one of the very rare goals that Atlanta United even gave up in the preseason, and it came off a pressing moment. Not a lot of give you a player to watch, though, for the Red Bulls, and it's a player in some of those moments when they turned the ball over in the press, and it's somebody that you might not know too much about Florian below. He is a player who has had awful luck with knee injuries. He's torn the A C L on both knees in the last two years, but he looked sharp early this season. Good play maker and below and Daniel Royer two very tricky players, and they don't need a whole lot of the ball. They don't need a whole lot of space to hurt you. If the Red Bulls can cause those turnovers below, and Roy were hitting on the brake can be dangerous when the drawl when we're watching the draw on June 12th I? I know this sounds crazy. The one team I really did not want to see was Cincinnati. And the only reason why I say that is For whatever reason, Cincinnati has played Atlanta United Very tough. They only have one point to show for it and three matches, but they've played Atlanta United. Very, very tough. And one of those games was earlier this year. The last Emma last match Atlanta United played when they got a goal from Yuya Cube. Oh, after going down to nil in Atlanta, United had to work very, very hard to see that match out. Mercedes Benz Stadium in front of 69,000 fans and win 21 Hyneman embark O score the goals for Atlanta United. So we've seen Atlanta United approach Cincinnati without Jos Martinez, which is something they're gonna have to do again in a non AM match on June 16th but boy I love your gun like aria, and he now is fully healthy. Remember he was working his way into fitness when Atlanta United saw him the first time, but they've also made a managerial change since Atlanta United played them in March. And with the managerial change here comes some Dutch players into the mix now for Cincinnati as well. Yeah, yeah, Tom takes over. This will be a second game when they face Atlanta United No changes to the way that they play. The team was built to play in an adult style was the right higher because you bring in. Somebody who can take over was already in motion. Look audio. You keep him for another year. There were some concerns because his loan was originally only through the end of June. That's been extended. You add CMD Jeong, Another talented player, Frank board does know pretty well. The player that we didn't see in that second match of the season. That really impressed me. In week one against the Red Bulls was Adrienne Reggaeton. Reggaeton was just all energy and really difficult for the Red Bulls to deal with. When you look at the Cincinnati attack, and look audio came in late, so he wasn't at his best..

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News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"club america" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"League match at club America the team meet in the quarterfinals at Azteca stadium in Mexico City the return match will be next Wednesday Kennesaw state where W. A. okay weather forecast shows right now it is sixty degrees today you can expect a twenty percent chance of rain with temps topping off at sixty eight on the major Cooper infirmary appoints an unusually tall thirteen eighty W. A. L. K. if the or the fear of having a lady good morning the at the expense third by Emory's all of three ferry to program a lot going on for you out there so I don't drive him inserts you rain moving in today though thirty five north that reckless path of him Bridge Road have one twenty eighth at two eighty five a little insightful thing Kelly said you're traveling down the connectors south past him fourteen street had that record for you there as well at one on terrible of our right near the seventy five corridor eighty five south Jimmy Carter with the stalled vehicle as you travel seventy five south before Delk road that crashed and burned in that area of the all of us research program mission is the speed of health research breakthrough they're asking one million people to share health information researchers can use this to give that thousands of health studies to improve lives with all of us thought Emory dot EDU you find out how you can become one in a million I'm seventy somewhere if I'm losing Docherty ninety W. AOK hiring can be challenging but super crew makes it fast and easy we talked to see Dylan escalates we needed to hire director of coffee for his company cafe culture we would look through lots of applications for people who are not qualified.

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01:45 min | 9 months ago

"club america" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Match at club America the team meet in the quarterfinals at Azteca stadium in Mexico City the return match will be next Wednesday Kennesaw state where W. A. okay weather forecast shows right now it is sixty degrees today you can expect a twenty percent chance of rain with temps topping off at sixty eight on the B. two Cooper infirmary appoints an uneasy told thirteen eighty W. A. okay I think I might have said this already feel traffic lady of the fun food by Imerys Olivas three thirds program get started on the rush hour again usual volume starting to form out there twenty was here in Belize expressly with thirty eight Conyers heading over toward to eighty five you think about thirty five minutes for you there eighty five southbound three sixteen spaghetti junction twenty seven Georgia four hundred yourself battlefield parkway heading down to two eighty five twenty four minutes on the right time I love the all of us research program of calling on you to help researchers learn how to put the right treatments to the right people what they learn can improve health for generations to come visit all of us that Emory dot EDU find out how you can become one in a million I'm simply solar economies and Dr king eighty W. A. okay hiring can be challenging but ziprecruiter makes it fast and easy we talked to see Dylan miss what's needed to hire director of coffee for his company cafe culture we would look through lots of applications for people who are not qualified it definitely felt like we were looking for a needle in a haystack so Dylan started using ziprecruiter and found his perfect candidate in a few days super crisp powerful technology identifies people with the right experience and actively invites.

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News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"club america" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Re appointment and here's what's happening was it an accident wasn't intentional these are questions that we as a family want answered and we would just like to know exactly what happened Lauren Phillips and her family are trying to understand who shot and killed a young father in this poem at home last night police are investigating the deadly shooting and said that officers found the man in his living room on chestnut oak Dr they believe shots were fired from outside the home Phillips told channel two the loss is tragic as a family we are devastated he was a brilliant kind beautiful spirit I mazing father the G. B. I was called in to help out with the investigation with at least six confirmed cases of covert nineteen the coronavirus Senate least eleven other presumptive positive cases well this is what some students at Georgia State University to call for a switch to online classes over coronavirus concerns the petition calls for the closure of the G. S. U. campus to ensure the safety of all students nearly ten thousand people have signed the petition well as far as Elena United head south of the border tomorrow for a champions league match at club America the team meet in the quarterfinals at Azteca stadium in Mexico City the return match will be next Wednesday Kennesaw state where W. A. okay weather forecast shows right now it is sixty degrees today you can expect a twenty percent chance of rain with temps topping off at sixty eight on.

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News & Talk 1380 WAOK

12:22 min | 1 year ago

"club america" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Well in sports Elena United defeated club America three to two at the Mercedes Benz stadium last night they will resume MLS action on Sunday in Portland well site it is a beautiful sunny day with scanners clouds and a high near ninety two I'm Amanda Cooper on news and top thirteen eighty W. A. okay we keep it real with al Sharpton on news and talk thirteen eighty W. A. okay E. today Rick in of Sirius XM one twenty six hello I do not end there hi let's go to Tony in Delaware Syria's one twenty six tell more rep good morning okay that no know what the all corporate tax situation I guess you kind of differently I look at corporation has you know they they they used employee so many people so I have no problem with any benefit the corporation yes because the meat they are dressed you know that they drive the economy and to give them a nice easy our way to go in the in the nation boys so many millions of millions I don't I don't see any I have no problem with anyone have the well what they want to do with that money I don't care what how much money you have how much more do you want us up if you want to save money the following generation and you are the better you know money around at the end of the day first of all of any number of studies have indicated that all of the jobs that people predicted that of these corporations would in fact do with these tax breaks did not materialize because you can't make them have jobs but secondly when you deal with a state tax transitional tags transition tax or Wall Street all of these things are just about them making more money when you are not lessening the taxes for middle class and poor people so are you giving them a big tax break not taking the tax burden of all of those and then the question is then all people with less having to afford more of the federal all almost as well as federal debt yeah I guess that'll clear because I guess what I don't make a lot of money but I do see more my paycheck every every every two weeks so I mean you know I got to wait and be in doubt they'd middle class I just got to make so much better my debt load is way less and that will help you because of what well because it is thought that that we know that the practice and and how did the tense situation give you warn your paycheck why so in our as you know you you've you've muffled now yeah I heard you clearly before a lot of money rather give it to the no no no no no we don't do this how did it affect your paycheck yeah I thought so I thought so ugh lot of rhetoric because the tax bill did not include a significant tax cut for middle class and poor people and when you challenge them on it they go by right wing talking points and they cannot explain beyond a talking point exactly what it's all about those bills was skewed toward giving a tax benefit and a tax breaks to corporations and the rich not to middle class people you got one vote by the way the thousand dollars of my nose it it expired after a while so that's why I want to challenge you Monday let's go do a child's in Detroit and Sirius XM one twenty six how you doing brother air round there are well I'll need right I said I'm gonna also listen to you the first point to the lady mentioned insurance sort of firearms okay if you put insurance on a fireman who it's only going to affect the poor people just like auto insurance if you in a bad neighborhood they automatically charge you more the second thing is a semi auto A. R. shot gun okay still it centering chain yard the lettuce do the exact same damage to someone the bottom line is the kill them it you know they say band they are like they some monster day on it cosmetically different and I'm giving that will not be enrolled but once upon a time you had a permit you are big sellers now use slim fellow Afro you're still the exact same person you weren't being at so that's the same thing with all the weapon they all do the same thing at close range okay I move it down and limit what went on first of all they all do not do the same thing what weapons do the same thing they are fifteen and regular of of weapons a nine millimeter Hey are fifteen not got many shots can a shot gun all get off how many rounds can a shotgun issue okay well I'm explain it like this even on our design is a lock on and I didn't I don't need explanation for his answer the only reason I'll stand there because I would have to add it up right quick but it'd be simple when I'm sent each Rana Sargon Kerry's nine pallets and every time you fight once are gonna right around the double log books it's nine tell it and if you only get five rows that's forty five so it's coming out of there but does not and forty five people you if you shoot a shot gun if every bullet may have won all nine pallets I'll take your word for it but that one bullet can only hit one person you cannot shoot twenty two people rapid fire with a shot gun no actually the pellets scatter out if they leave the barrel when they come up to beryl they spread out so you actually one shot technically can hit nine people because they spread out like that I think that any number of studies have said that it is very you are correct that the spread out but the do not spread out in as deadly a form and you can not due to rapid fire the pellets do not kill people like of bullets could kill people come out a off fifteen is no comparison I'm sorry to say the pellets are thirty cap of thirty two I'd like to if if the man in el Paso was shooting a gun he could not have killed twenty two people in that amount of tax are you aware it's our guns are semi automatic where every time you put in and out I am a mad it's on to the bank but all guns are semi automatic except for both actually gone so pistols are semi automatic that didn't mean they still floating a nine millimeter the semi automatic we were arguing a you we are not arguing without without a difference I'm saying semi automatic weapons automatic which are all with automatic warning to holder trigger hold on I didn't finish making my point okay and an automatic weapons the minister military style weapons ought to be banned there is no reason why people can have the capacity to have magazines and just on low as they did this man in Las Vegas got on top of the Mandalay bay hotel is shot down in a concert into got over fifty people automatic weapons and and that is what I'm saying needs to be back you can go down and break down any way you want that all of the web is a deadly and they all but they are not as equally impactful has proven that can spray shoot what magazines insurance scores of people within seconds it's just not what your career good what you're saying is is factually wrong because and I'm not trying to be a but but really because a nine millimeter I shall on the clock it has a thirty two round magazine and is now my automatic but not a word that is that is that you banned the amount of magazines that she could have just part of the legislation Minamata rounds in the magazine yeah but the problem with that is it only takes a second to re load of magazine because they're they're already stacked and like our Kerry when I go to the gun range unless you regularly I carry least ten magazines and I've only had ten round the need still I wonder around you know already the the the proposed legislation if there was a limit on the amount of magazines a person could buy and all you could not go and bylaws around a you do not need all around you you're saying that this is the action that that happened to me one night I was getting off the bus going home and auto this field a gang of guys came toward me and when you say what I don't need your mistaken because you never know what the rate is going to come about you and again I'm not trying to argue but I shoot regularly first of all first of all again the guys come in at you certainly is frightening but you do not need to therefore put everybody at risk where we are every all week because soul seeing mass killings that actually happened I'm and we can just disagree but that is just factually all to me way off as you say factually because of we we're saying because some people feel a gang of people may come after them and they should be able to have three four five hundred rounds of ammunition and be able to automatically shoot him I'm saying that all would be against the law thank you for your call let's go to Henry ended Lana Sirius XM one twenty six Henry very rare are you going to call it you're just had on the line the young man that you at U. S. simple question how many rounds what was shot not a whole right it's simple seven or eight right or eight according to what they want to go into the mechanic so what's in the book right you see there in this dialogue me with what you you you wasting your breath what about the people that they know what they're doing to bring about I'm ever going over to but you know what I was in the gun story of the day looking at LA all white Marineris meat well what you need a off once it do you have one you said Yasser what does what he wants because number one one well not not not but you got one I want everything you get you see what we don't need that because they are okay of ten people like those guys that he got off the bus one day you should regularly but you ride the bus put your money in the mall and and and and and clearly all thank god the gang didn't come after all drug about mers shoes that have killed people and vows to be bright now trying to dis single bulletin pellets when I'm saying they should be able to have those amount of bullets only we we.

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"club america" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"club america" Discussed on Revision Path

"C._N._N.'s American woman they were supposed to do it as a theory they abandoned that idea I guess because they had actually an extreme amount of outcry I never got an official response from them but there was a lot of people who were <hes> inundating them in my defense which I appreciate. I'll always appreciate the way that people show up to protect <hes> me and other black women around around black women's proprietary work so that was so and then there was a T._v.. Show I think it was on F._X.. Called American woman <hes> they came out after my project and now there's a movie starring Sienna Miller Club America woman but I actually actually have had the copyright core that for a couple of years now I'm actually working on renewing it right now. which is just it's always a car? It's always a cost financially and it's a time thing because you have to crew and for anybody who wants to copy write something on and protect their work. You have to monetize it which is kind of interesting to me like I have a lot of thought one that living in a capitalistic society how you can't actually own your own idea and protect it from other people unless you're purposely monetize it and making money off of it so that's that's kind of interesting with a product like American because although I do I have a coffee table ghosted I put out at some point in the in the next year or two. It wasn't ever to make money like I don't WanNa make money off of the women who have trusted me and shared their stories with me although they don't mind they're like girl gets money like we believe in you. We let me quit our image and likeness and and your hands because we trust you so you need to sell something to make this happen in to continue like protecting us in belting thin so be it but that's never wasn't American woman with four so else. That's the process I'm going through ongoing with America. Woman American woman is probably going to be on going all the way through twenty twenty to be perfectly honest with you but I do have a whole lot of other things that I'm working on as well because me being an artist artist and me being <hes> scatter brain with A._d._H._d.. I always have an idea and I'm always working on multiple things so I wanNA talk. I guess you know a little bit about that. Funding is interesting you mention that about how unless you're making. Money from your idea that's like the only way that you can protect it and also even in order to protect it. You've got to spend money on it like you have to buy a copy. You know get a copyright or trademark what have you I know when we last spoke. We were sort of talking about funding to projects that you had American with me and one of them. The other one was <hes> eighteen thirty nine MAG as you kind of look at American women and I guess any other projects that you're working on that we'll talk about what is your relationship now with funding. That's a great question I am he'll bill applying for grants although night in gung-ho cash and I was doing a couple of years ago just because I've found a way to execute things without being reliant on funding now there are always. I'm going to be some big huge ideas. I have that requires some kind of monetary compensation from someone. Who's not me 'cause I don't have you know I don't I don't have fifteen thousand dollars to fund anything except funding ending food into my children valve and and and keeping a roof over our head so I still believe in pursuing funding and grants but there is a time issue that is always a factor when it comes to grant some of them turn over over pretty quickly like they'll give you response within a month and you'll have that check on the second month and that's fantastic with the vast majority of grants and funding opportunities? You really don't.

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"club america" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"club america" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"In the League and <hes> we've been going every single year in helping to kiss my hometown and other areas in Carolina in Carolina <hes> and green with South Carolina and then other places in Charlotte on Washington D._C.? And Florida and other places we go around and we try to help and touch others and kids kids and and we do a lot of things on even when mcallen Texas was out there and we'll over in flint and doing some things there as well and so we coming up with <hes> center that will were opening team center where we teamed up with boys and Girls Club America that will be groundbreaking <hes> come Monday twenty second so Rabi ribbon-cutting so it's going to be paid week for you you get a ribbon cutting and a groundbreaking and then <hes> opening of training camp for your eight season and yeah twenty four man is right around the corner seem so fast. Let's your number at is about look at their right. It's making connections dot connector. That's what I do. Cover people you jump over bulls. You live your life. You've finished second and dancing with the stars which was awesome. move the diets and I connect the dots and now you are leaderboard leader off so I'll take this though I'll say this. If you do connected is tell me how you missed the dots with those pictures back there well. We're going to connect dot again. You're hearing two thousand six. I didn't even even have a beer year old. We Okay we've started. We've started just in the past year and a half all right. That's alive so you know what we're going to take a picture photographs going on the wall. I thought it was buried in there. We all we are better than that. Jon Snow up there he just starting to long ago like you just had him on a show. We a he's up there. We who who's John Snow. He's definitely on the line. I can't play we made for me like and that was on your guests. Our show I that is true. True Okay so we're about to take a photo and it's going to go on the wall. I mean you know you're one of my favorite Josh Norman at J. Underscore no twenty four and underscore on instagram twitter instagram. Go follow that I to learn more about stars with the Z. Twenty Four Josh Norman's program good to see mad always good. Let's chat throughout the season matriculate your way you only face the entire N._F._C. Three of the first four weeks right out of the gate and then you gotTa Chicago home date on on Monday night football. That's your September. I know where I is fast. It's common is I know and July is almost over. That's Josh Norman Right here. On the rich Eisen show Jay bilas still to gum eight four four four rich number to dial wild night in baseball -ASEBALL will hit some of that when we come back stay tuned for sixty seconds A._B._C. News headlines Right after this podcast get Bill Wing.

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"club america" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"club america" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Do you ever get nervous breeding domations at someone might come and steal it like a rich woman with crowed light just air name just happened to be was that movie not real at all? Has there ever been like a coat made out of domains? I know of okay. That would be bad. I just wanna say on the record. We are anti puppy killing coach on the record. No, no, no, krill villas cancelled. No. So do we consider the donations to be first responders of the of the dog breeds? Oh, you could now that that term is here. You know, it wasn't here. Twenty years. There was no such thing. Just fire engine fire. And and but wiser is taken it to a new level true. You know with with the train down nations and the Clydesdale, and but even I mean my dog she's eleven years old, but about three years ago, I took her to Arizona to see a friend of mine who has Arabians and she just walked right up and hang out with dot with the horses. Never seen one before in our life. This is pretty cool. Yeah. And in the dalmatian club America, we have a national show every year as most Aubrey pure bridge clubs do and they we have what they call coaching trials. So they have competitions and you can get expensive. That's why I've never done it. Okay. One. Last question about just the breed. How many articles of clothing do you own has donations on it? One. That's it. Yeah. I'm pins in like, hats and saw K. You're now you're getting. Yeah. Well, I do. I'm an artist apart in part time somewhat shoes like yours. Okay. You know, one day we had a we had a thing it one of the dalmatian shows. It was like a wolf stock. It's a big show, California. It's four days of of shows in June in in Vallejo, California. And it's it's like the fourth largest dog show in the country. It's huge. But they what they do the whole thing is you dress up in tied. I or whatever, and they have music all over the fair grounds. And they have all these wild competitions of dogs costumes people in costume. Don't people are crazy. Yeah. Yeah. We're we're we're not. We're not cacti crazy. Yeah. There's like an omen of craziness. Yeah. Yeah. I've a quick suggestion for maybe how you can get millennials more into dog show culture has to do with the way that you rate the dogs the way that that young kids are relating to these more and more are just by saying thirteen out of ten very good dog. Oh would pet what boop would boop on the nose? And they just I mean just tweet if you said that instead of saying, that's I that's seconds. That's third. Big on that. But then they all get thirteen outta tents over ability poop ability. Boop. Boop, boop them on their note. But you could poop ability. All right. So that's actually. To. I mean there is. So let's let's do this. Let's let's stab tell us. What you're looking for as a judge when you are judging dogs because from guys like from where we're sitting on this side of the table. Every dog is the best every dog is great. So I see a dog that one's a ten out of ten every dog is good. Yes. So how do you? How do you like judge in in? What are you looking for? When you see? Okay. AKC is basically a club of clubs, and that's all these national breed clubs like the Dow mish club of America. The tag greyhound club of America in each one of those clubs has been over the years to get certified by AKC. They've had to have all these pedigrees and say, look these are really purebred dogs and each one of those clubs has what they call a dog standard that the the club that people that are trying to preserve the breed basically back to its original origins. Keep that going God. And they've set these standards in this published standards, and all the judges have to know those standards. So for instance, in dalmatian in the United States, it has to be it can't be over twenty four inches tall. And the reasoning is that is if it was under the coach axel, you know..

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"club america" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

09:01 min | 2 years ago

"club america" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"My dog digs dirty is back with Loretta rich in who is founder of Long Island dog rescue a wonderful nonprofit started back in nineteen ninety nine. Welcome to the show Lorraine. Thank you. Thank you for having me, really happy to have you here. A dear friend of mine genetic actually fostered than adopted two of your precious BULLDOGS. And I said, no, I mean, they're so popular I had no idea that so many of them are ending up in shelters. So let's talk about that. I because it is one of the most popular breeds lately they've really grown in popularity. Sure. And that is the one terrible thing about them right now is because BULLDOGS cannot be bread very easily, and they cannot be bread randomly and for profit because they do have certain genes for certain things that are really very big disasters breathing problems. All kinds of things. So what's happened is there's so much demand. You know economics being what it is everybody gets on the bandwagon. Now when I first started this seventeen years ago, why heads thirteen BULLDOGS that year when I was highly outraged and I got on local television to complain about. How many BULLDOGS we're getting out, right? And now we've getting like over three hundred in the northeast, and to be honest with you what's happening is that we're getting old dogs sick dogs. We do have our healthy dogs that people just don't get this breed. They're very needy. They need a lot of time. It's like having a toddler. Okay. So if you really need time, and you really need money to take care of them properly because what's happening is we've had years of bad breeding due to this incredible. You know now now the bulldog is number five nationwide. I will tell you those numbers come from the AKC registration important point. I think maybe three percent of our dogs are actually registered with the K C because people who buy pets don't really care about that their spare neutered, and they just, you know, they don't do it. Why would they spend? You know, whatever it is. So the problem is huge and people just have to stop with us spying these dogs because they are they're expensive to buy. But they're also you have to feed them quality food. You have to look after little problems. They become huge problems. I talked to good people crying all day long, because they just, you know, it's an impulse shooter in the bulldog puppy, and I have seen so many SO. I see that this is happening because more and more. I know especially in New York, I know in I think it was two thousand thirteen they were the most popular breed in New York. You just can't go in without seeing one. I so like you said people really have to think about it. Let's talk then I about what is the breed like who should be looking for a bulldog. You know, what are they all about? Well, a well bred sound emotionally sound bulldog is a wonderful animal. They are even tempered. They tend to love children. They're very good dogs. That's sad. Right. I have a kind of temperament that is, you know, they walk into our home, and they said look around and they want to see who's in charge. And if no one is in charge that's going to be them. Right. So you have to have some dogs savvy. Okay. And you really can't coddle them enormously. I mean, they have to be in their place, and you know, certainly love certainly hugged kissed and dressed up and all the rest, but you do have to maintain certain ground rules to get along well with them, otherwise, you know, I get people who have such problems with the dogs. And I said is this storm paying the mortgage and they seriously. Right after this place. So right. We'll have to understand that. This Doraville puppy is going to grow into quite the past once you caught on too much and don't train them. So I would say the number one reason people give these dogs up is because they don't have the time for them. Breed. Right. So you really true out that? Yes, that's true. But this dog, you know, people call me, they say, I've got twenty acres. They said, yeah. Right. The dog doesn't care right. You are going to have to the dog wants to know, what kinda count you have in view on it. I have to say genetics dogs love to sit. Of course, they do. They're wonderful little girlies now. And you know, both of them have cardiac issues. So this is another thing we deal with exactly I mean, and she was talking about that again, it's a friend who foster than adopted a two from you and talked about that. The breed does happen to have a cardio issues. That's well, if you know if they're badly bread, nutrition, we're going back to the puppymills because when you look at, you know, in a pet store, and you see all the doorbell dogs you have to sink where do they come from? I agree. Yes. And I want to make clear we're talking about the English or maybe sometimes referred to as the British bulldog right about a French ear. No, no, there are they have their own little banners. And so on. Yeah. But we're talking about. Yes. What's known as an English bulldog? They actual true name for this breed is bulldog and everybody everybody else's another kind of a bulldog. But to distinguish them this is the distinctive jowly face. The swat bud either white shoulders the narrow hips, and what were they bred to originally do. Well, this is all unpleasant. Oh to the English. Yeah. The English did what's called bull baiting? They didn't have TV then have movies to go to didn't know what to do with themselves. So they went to arenas, and they watched animals being killed and one of the things that happened was they sent dogs in to weaken. Whatever animal it was mostly fought dolls. But also bears and monkeys. It was really very dreadful. And it was outlawed in eighteen thirty five at that point. The breed almost died out. And there were few people who've decided to really start breeding them, you know, for sweet temperament, and they always tend to have a kind of nice temperament, right? You know, if you don't over breed them and so on and so forth. So that's why they came from. And that all those cute things like the wrinkles the wrinkles are actually we're actually bred into them because they had to keep the blood from squirting and the animals is so. Yeah. Pretty icky. But what we have. Now is a cute dog. Who's a good family pet? Okay. If if you buy your dog from a good breeder now, you're good breeder is going to cost about the same. If not less many times, then depending on the region what you're going to buy in a pet store. However. Okay. You will get a sound dog. I mean, you will have to wait for this is the biggest problem impulse control. Right. And what are some of the things you should ask about if you are looking for a bulldog? And of course, we want to definitely mentioned that they can be adopted and fostered from you as well. You don't have to buy one definitely things you really need to think about you're saying definitely wear the dog came from right where the dog comes from now. Whatever breed you're looking for the bulldog club of America. Whatever the golden retriever club America, they all have on their websites a breeder referral, and they also have a listing for rescue. So both those things are available. The advantage with a rescue dog is what you see is what you get when you buy a puppy. You don't really know what genetic things he may have. But well by the time, we get them if they're fixable, we fix them. And we know all about the dog when the dog fits into your, home and your supportive, right? Yeah. So if you really wanna puppy, and I do think there's a place in the world for people who can buy healthy good. You know, they wanna puppy, but you start with the breeder referral service on these websites. That are the national breed club websites. Okay. And from there, you do your homework, and one of the things is if the mother isn't on the premises. You gotta have to wonder, okay, the father not so much because today, they use frozen semen and a lot of stuff like that. Okay. But if mom isn't there with the babies, you have to wonder and one of the things about a good breeder? Is that reader will help you? Choose your dog. Most people go into a pet store. Oh, I liked that co. You're right. They have little kids, and they brought home a terribly dominant dog, you know. Hey, all right. Right. So they should definitely take that into consideration. Yeah. Temperament first color next. So we always temperament tested dogs. They live in a home, you know, with with they don't sit in the shelter. They live in a home. So we really know what they're about for the most part. You know, we have a very high retention rate. Because we spend a lot of time on the dogs fixing them up and also finding the the correct home for them. And I really applaud you for that. And I want to talk about how our listeners.

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"club america" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

09:02 min | 2 years ago

"club america" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"My dog digs dirt is back with Lorette. Rich in who is founder of Long Island bulldog. Rescue a wonderful nonprofit started back in nineteen ninety nine. Welcome to the show. Thank you. Thank you for having me, really happy to have you here. A dear friend of mine genetic actually fostered Dopp did two of your precious BULLDOGS. And I said, no, I mean, they're so popular I had no idea that so many of them are ending up in shelters. So let's talk about that. I because it is one of the most popular breeds lately they've really grown in popularity. Sure. And that is the one terrible thing about them right now is because BULLDOGS cannot be bread very easily, and they cannot be bread randomly and for profit because they do have certain genes for certain things that are really very big disasters breathing problems. All kinds of things. So what's happened is there's so much demand. You know, economic seen. What is everybody gets on the bandwagon? Now when I first started this seventeen years ago, why heads thirteen BULLDOGS that year when I was highly outraged and I got on local television to complain about. How many BULLDOGS we're getting up, right? And now we're getting like over three hundred in the northeast, and to be honest with you what's happening is that we're getting old dogs dogs. We do have our healthy dogs that people just don't get this breed. They're very needy. They need a lot of time. It's like having a toddler. Okay. So if you really need time, and you really need money to take care of them properly because what's happening is we've had years of bad breeding due to this incredible. You know now now that bulldog is number five nationwide. I will tell you those numbers come from the AKC registration important point. I think maybe. Three percent of our dogs are actually registered with the KC because people who buy pets don't really care about that they're spayed or neutered. And they just you know, they don't do it. Why would they spend? You know, whatever it is. So the problem is huge and people just have to stop with the spying he dogs because they are expensive to buy. But there are also you have to feed them quality food. You have to look after little problems. They become huge problems. I talked to good people crying all day long because they just you know, it's an impulse tutoring. The bulldog puppy, and I have seen so many. So I see that this is happening because more and more. I know especially in New York, I know in I think it was two thousand thirteen they were the most popular breed in New York. I'm you just can't go in without seeing one. I so like you said people really have to think about it. Let's talk then I about what is the breed like who should be looking for a bulldog. You know, what are they all about? Well, a well bred sound emotionally sound bulldog is a wonderful animal. They are even tempered. They tend to love children. They're very good dogs. That's sad. Right. You have a kind of temperament that is, you know, they walk into our home, and they said look around and they want to see who's in charge. And if no one is in charge that's going to be them. Right. So you have to have some dogs savvy, and you really can't coddle them enormously. I mean, they have to be in their place, and you know, certainly love certainly hugged kissed and dressed up and all the rest, but you do have to maintain certain ground rules to get along well with them, otherwise, you know, I get people who have such problems with the dogs. And I said this on paying the mortgage, and they will seriously. Right after him place. So right. We'll have to understand that. This Doraville puppy is gonna grow into quite the past once you caught him too, much and don't train them. So I would say the number one reason people give these dogs up is because they don't have the time for them. Breed. Right. So you really true that true? But this dog, you know, people call me, they say, I've got twenty acres. They said, yeah. Right. The dog doesn't care right. You are going to have to the dog wants to know, what kind of count you have and you want it. I have to say genetics dogs left. They do they're wonderful little girlies. And you know, both of them have cardiac issue. So this is another thing we deal with exactly I mean, and she was talking about that again. It's a friend who foster than adopted a two from you and talked about that the Bree does happen to have a cardio issues. Well, if you know if they're badly bread, nutrition, we're going back to the puppymills because when you look at, you know, in a pet store, and you see all those adorable dogs you have to sink where do they come from? Absolutely. I agree. Yes. And I wanted to make clear we're talking about the English or maybe sometimes referred to as the British bulldog right about a French ear. No, no, there are they have their own little and so on. Yeah. But we're talking about. Yes. What's known as an English bulldog? The actual true name for this breed is bulldog and everybody everybody else's another kind of a bulldog. But to distinguish them this is the distinctive jowly face. The swat bud either white shoulders the narrow hips, and what were they bred to originally do. Well, this is all unpleasant to be English. Yeah. The English did what's called bull baiting? They didn't have TV then have movies to go to didn't know what to do with themselves. So they went to arenas, and they watched animals being killed and one of the things that happened was they sent dogs in to weaken. Whatever animal it was mostly fought that also bears and monkeys. It was really very dreadful. And it was outlawed in eighteen thirty five at that point. The breed almost died out. And there were few people who've decided to really start breeding them for sweet temperament, and they always tend to have a kind of nice temperament, right? You know, if you don't over. Breed them and so on and so forth. So that's why they came from. And that all those cute things like the wrinkles the wrinkles are actually we're actually bred into them because they had to keep the blood from squirting and the animals is so. Yeah. Pretty icky. But but we have now is a cute dog. Who's a good family pet? Okay. If if you buy your dog from a breeder now, you're good breeder is going to cost about the same. If not less many times, then depending on the region what you're going to buy a pet store. However. Okay. You will get a sound dog. I mean, you will have to wait for this is the biggest problem impulse control. Right. And what are what are some of the things you should ask about if you are looking for a bulldog? And of course, we want to definitely mentioned that they can be adopted and fostered from you as well. You don't have to buy one. Definitely. We things you really need to think about you're saying definitely wear the dog came from right where the dog comes from now. Whatever breed you're looking for the bulldog club of America. Whatever the golden retriever club America, they all have on their websites a breeder referral, and they also have a listing for rescues. So both those things are available. The advantage with a rescue dog is what you see is what you get when you buy a puppy. You don't really know what genetic things he may have. But well by the time, we get them if they're fixable, we fix them. And we know all about the dog when dog fits into your, home and your supportive, right? Yeah. So if you really wanna puppy, and I do think there's a place in the world for people who can buy healthy good. You know, they wanna puppy, but you start with the breeder referral service on these websites that are the national breed clubs websites. Okay. And from there, you do your homework, and one of the things is if the mother isn't on the premises. You gotta have to wonder. Okay. The father not so much because today they use frozen semen and a lot of stuff like that. Okay. But if mom isn't there with the babies, you have to wonder and one of the things about a good breeder? Is that reader will help you? Choose your dog. Most people go into a pet store. Oh, I like that color. Right. They have little kids, and they brought home a terribly dominant dog, you know. Okay. All right. Right. So they should definitely take that into consideration. Yeah. Temperament first color next. So we always temperament test their dogs. They live in a home, you know, with with P. They don't sit in the shelter. They live in a home. So we really know what they're about for the most part. You know, we have a very high retention rate. Because we spend a lot of time on the dogs fixing them up and also finding the the correct home for them. And I really applaud you for that. And I want to talk about how our listeners.

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"club america" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

09:03 min | 2 years ago

"club america" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"My dog digs dirt is back with Loretta rich in who is founder of Long Island bulldog. Rescue a wonderful nonprofit started back in nineteen ninety nine. Welcome to the show. Thank you. Thank you for having me, really happy to have you here. A dear friend of mine Ginette actually fostered than adopted two of your precious BULLDOGS. And I said, no, I mean, they're so popular I had no idea that so many of them are ending up in shelters. So let's talk about that. I because it is one of the most popular breeds lately they've really grown in popularity. Sure. And that is the one terrible thing about them right now is because BULLDOGS cannot be bread very easily, and they cannot be bread randomly and for profit because they do have certain genes for certain things that are really very big disasters breathing problems. All kinds of things. So what's happened is there's so much demand. You know economics being what it is everybody gets on the bandwagon. Now when I first started this seventeen years ago, why heads thirteen BULLDOGS that year was highly outraged and I got on local television to complain about. How many BULLDOGS we're getting out, right? And now we've getting like over three hundred in the northeast, and to be honest with you what's happening is that we're getting old dogs dogs. We do have our healthy dogs that people just don't get this breed. They're very needy. They need a lot of time. It's like having a toddler. Okay. So if you really need time, and you really need money to take care of them properly because what's happening is we've had years of bad breeding due to this incredible. You know now now that bulldog is number five nationwide. I will tell you those numbers come from the AKC registration important point. I think maybe three percent of our dogs are actually registered with the KC because people who buy pets don't really care about that they're spayed or neutered. And they just you know, they don't do it. Why would they spend? You know, whatever it is. So the problem is huge and people just have to stop with us spying. He stalks because they are they're expensive to buy. But they're also you have to feed them quality food. You have to look after little problems. They become huge problems. I talked to good people crying all day long, because they just, you know, it's an impulse shooter in the bulldog puppy. Oh my God. And I have seen so many SO. I see this is happening because more and more. I know especially in New York, I know in I think it was two thousand thirteen they were the most popular breed in New York. I'm you just can't go in without seeing one. I so like you said people really have to. Think about it. Let's talk then I about what is the breed like who should be looking for a bulldog. You know, what are they all about? Well, a a well bred sound emotionally sound bulldog is a wonderful animal. They are even tempered they tend to love children. They're very good dogs that said they have a kind of temperament that is you know, they walk into a home, and they said look around and they want to see who's in charge. And if no one is in charge that's going to be them. Right. So you have to have some dogs savvy. Okay. And you really can't coddle them enormously. I mean, they have to be in their place, and you know, certainly love certainly hugged kissed and dressed up and all the rest, but you do have to maintain certain ground rules to get along well with them, otherwise, you know, I get people who have such problems with the dogs. And I said is this done paying the mortgage, and they? Seriously. Right After Puerto place. So right off to understand that this Doraville puppy is going to grow into quite the past once you katelyn too, much and don't train them. So I would say the number one reason people give these dogs up is because they don't have the time for them. And that breed, right? So you really true out that? Yes, that's true. But people call me, they say, I'm twenty acres. They said, yeah. Right. The dog doesn't care right. You are going to have to the dog wants to walk on account. You have and you on it. Right. I have to say genetics dogs love to sit. Do their wonderful little girlies. And you know, both of them have cardiac issues. So this is another thing we deal with exactly I mean, and she was talking about that again, it's a friend who foster than adopted a two from you and talked about the breed does happen to have a cardio issues. That's well, if you know if they're badly bread, nutrition, we're going back to the puppymills because when you look at, you know, in a pet store, and you see all those adorable dogs, you have to sink where did they come from? Absolutely. I agree. Yes. And I want to make clear we're talking about the English or maybe sometimes referred to as the British bulldog right about a French ear. No, no, there are they have their own little. Yeah. But we're talking about. Yes. What's known as an English bulldog? The actual true name for this breed is bulldog and everybody everybody else's another kind of a bulldog. But to distinguish them this is the distinctive Joey face, the swat buddy, the white shoulders, the narrow hips, and what were they bred to originally do. Well, this is all unpleasant. Oh to the English. Yeah. The English did what's called bull baiting? They didn't have TV then have movies to go to didn't know what to do with themselves. They went to arenas, and they watched animals being killed and one of the things that happened was they sent dogs in to weaken. Whatever animal it was mostly fought falls. But also bears and monkeys. It was really very dreadful. And it was outlawed in eighteen thirty five at that point. The breed almost died out. And there were few people who decided to really start breeding them for sweet temperament, and they always tend to have a kind of nice temperament, right? You know, if you don't over breed them and so on and so forth. So that's what they came from. And that all those cute things like this wrinkles the wrinkles are actually we're actually read into them because they had to keep the blood from squirting and the animals is okay. Yeah. Pretty icky. But what we have. Now is a cute dog. Who's a good family pet? Okay. If if you buy your dog from a good breeder now, you're good breeder is going to cost about the same. If not less many times, then depending on the region what you're going to buy in a pet store. However. Okay. You will get a sound dog. I mean, you will have to wait for this is the biggest problem impulse control. Right. And what are what are some of the things you should ask about if you are looking for a bulldog? And of course, we want to definitely mentioned that they can be adopted and fostered from you as well. You don't have to buy one. Definitely. We things you really need to think about you're saying definitely wear the dog came from right where the dog comes from now. Whatever breed you're looking for the bulldog club of America. Whatever the golden retriever club America, they all have on their websites a breeder referral, and they also have a listing for rescues. So both those things are available. The advantage with a rescue dog is what you see is what you get when you buy a puppy. You don't really know what genetic things he may have. But well by the time, we get them if they're fixable, we fix them. And we know all about the dog when the dog fits into your, home and your supportive, right? Yeah. So if you really wanna puppy, and I do think there's a place in the world for people who can buy healthy good. You know, they want a puppy, but you start with the breeder referral service on these websites. That are the national breed club websites. Okay. Then from there, you do your homework, and one of the things is if the mother isn't on the premises. You gotta have to wonder, okay. The father not so much because today they use frozen semen and a lot of stuff like that. Okay. But if mom isn't there with the babies, you have to wonder and one of the things about a good breeder? Is that reader will help you? Choose your dog. Most people Cohen to a pet store. Oh, I like that color. Right. They have little kids, and they brought home a terribly dominant dog, you know. Hey. Right. So they should definitely take that into consideration. Yeah. Temperament first color next. So we always temperament tested dogs. They live in a home, you know, with with t they don't sit in the shelter. They live in a home. So we really know what they're about for the most part. You know, we have a very high retention rate. Because we spend a lot of time on the dogs fixing them up and also finding the the correct home for them. And I really applaud you for that. And I want to talk about how our listeners who.

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"club america" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"club america" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"A dear friend of mine Ginette, actually fostered then adopted two of your precious BULLDOGS. And I said, no, I mean, they're so popular I had no idea that so many of them are ending up in shelters. So let's talk about that. I because it is one of the most popular breeds lately they've really grown in popularity. Sure. And that is the one terrible thing about them right now is because BULLDOGS cannot be bread very easily, and they cannot be bread randomly and for profit because they do have certain genes for certain things that are really very big disasters. Breathing problems all kinds of things. So what's happened is there's so much demand. You know economics being what it is everybody gets on the bandwagon. Now when I first started this seventeen years ago, why heads thirteen BULLDOGS that year, and I was highly outraged and I got on local television to complain about. How many BULLDOGS we're getting? Right. And now we've getting like over three hundred in the northeast, and to be honest with you what's happening is that we're getting old dogs sick dogs. We do have our healthy dogs. But people just don't get this breed. They're very needy. They need a lot of time. It's like having a toddler. Okay. So if you really need time, and you really need money to take care of them properly because what's happening is we've had years of bad breeding due to this incredible. You know now now the bulldog is number five nationwide. I will tell you those numbers come from the AKC registration. This is an important point. I think maybe three percent of our dogs are actually registered with the AKC because people who buy pets don't really care about that. They're spare neutered, and they just, you know, they don't do it. Why would they spend? You know, whatever it is. So the problem is huge and people just have to stop with the spying. He stalks because they are they're expensive to buy. But there are also you have to feed them quality food. You have to look after little problems. They become huge problems. I talked to good people crying all day long, because they just, you know, it's an impulse shooter in the bulldog puppy. Oh my God. I and I have seen so many. So I see that this is happening because more and more, I know, especially in New York, I know in I think it was two thousand thirteen they were the most popular breed in New York. Right. I can't go in without seeing one. I so like you said people really have to think about it. Let's talk then I about what is the breed like who should be looking for a bulldog. What are they all about? Well, a well bred sound emotionally sound bulldog is a wonderful animal. They are even tempered. They tend to love children. They're very good dogs that said, right? You have a kind of temperament that if they walk into our home, and they said look around, and they want to see who's in charge. And if no one is in charge that's going to be them. Right. So you have to have some dogs savvy. Okay. And you really can't coddle them enormously. I mean, they have to be in their place, and you know, certainly loved certainly hug kissed and dressed up and all the rest, but you do have to maintain certain ground rules to get along well with them, otherwise, you know, I get people who have such problems with the dogs. And I said this dog paying the mortgage and they seriously. Right after put him his place. So right. We'll have to understand that this adorable puppy is gonna grow into quite the past. Once you coddle him too, much and don't train them. So I would say the number one reason people give these dogs up is because they don't have the time for them. Right. So you really true out that true? But this dog, you know, people call me, they say, I've got twenty acres. We said, yeah. Right. The dog doesn't care right. You are going to have to the dog wants to count you have. And you want it, right. I have to say genetics dogs left. Of course, they do. They're wonderful little girlies. And you know, both of them have cardiac issues. So this is another thing we deal with exactly and she was talking about that. Again. It's a friend who foster than adopted a two from you and talked about that. The breed does happen to have a cardio issues. That's right. Well, you know as if they're badly bread nutrition. But we're going back to the puppymills because when you look at you know, in a pet store, and you see those adorable dogs. You have to think where do they come from. Absolutely. I agree. Yes. And I want to make clear we're talking about the English or maybe sometimes referred to as the British bulldog right about a French year. No, no, there are they have their own little banners. And so on. Yeah. But we're talking about. Yes. What's known as an English bulldog? The actual true name for this breed is bulldog and everybody everybody else's another kind of a bulldog. But to distinguish them, this is the distinctive Joel. We face the swat buddy, the white shoulders, the narrow hips, and what were they bred to originally do. Well, this is all unpleasant. No to the English. Yeah. The English did what's called bull baiting? They didn't have TV have movies to go to know what to do with themselves. So they went to arenas, and they watched animals being killed and one of the things that happened was they sent dogs in to weaken. Whatever animal it was mostly fought bulls. But also bears and monkeys. It was really very dreadful. And it was outlawed in eighteen thirty five at that point. The breed almost died out. And there were few people who've decided to really start breeding them, you know, for sweet temperament, and they always tend to have a kind of nice temperament, right? You know, if you don't over breed them and so on and so forth. So that's why they came from. And that all those cute things like the wrinkles the wrinkles are actually we're actually read into them because they had to keep the blood from squirting in the. Animals is so yeah, pretty icky. But but we have now is a cute dog. Who's a good family pet? Okay. If if you buy your dog from a good breeder now, you're good breeder is going to cost about the same. If not less many times, then depending on the region what you're going to buy a pet store. However. Okay. You will get a sound dog. I mean, you will have to wait for this is the biggest problem impulse control. Right. And what are what are some of the things you should ask about if you are looking for a bulldog? And of course, we want to definitely mentioned that they can be adopted and fostered from you as well. You don't have to buy one. But definitely things you really need to think about you're saying definitely wear the dog came from right where the dog comes from now. Whatever breed you're looking for the bulldog club of America. Whatever the golden retriever club America, they all have on their websites a breeder referral, and they also have. A listing for rescues. So both those things are available. The advantage with a rescue dog. Is that what you see is what you get when you buy a puppy. You don't really know what genetic things he may have. But well by the time, we get them if they're fixable, we fix them. And we know all about the dog when the dog fits into your, home and your supportive, right? Yeah. So if you really wanna puppy, and I do think there's a place in the world for people who can buy, you know, healthy good. You know, they want a puppy, but you start with the breeder for all service on these websites. That are the national breed club websites. Okay. And from there, you do your homework, and one of the things is if the mother isn't on the premises. You gotta have to wonder, okay, the father not so much because today, they use frozen semen and a lot of stuff like that. Okay. But if mom isn't there with the babies, you have to wonder and one of the things about a good breeder is that reader will help you. Choose your dog. Most people go into a pet store. Oh, I like that colour, right? They have little kids, and they brought home a terribly dominant dog. You know, the right, right. So they should definitely take that to consideration. Yep. Temperament first caller next. So we always temperament test their dogs. They live in a home, you know, with with P. They don't sit in the shelter. They live in a home. So we really know what they're about for the most part. You know, we have a very high retention rate. Because we spend a lot of time on the dogs fixing them up and also finding the the correct home for them. And I really applaud you for that. And I want to talk about how our listeners.

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"club america" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"club america" Discussed on ESPN FC

"His winning to luca you wanna club america santos we're going to be a favorite and this one is luke the best regular season team won eighteen that hasn't scored more than two rows all season called road goals in the last round that was a to rogan looking at america inside the school america would be the this is good and he's got a very good record in their history against america in the playoffs i will take on santisima suspension injury questions on america needs us i'm going to go on to beat santos and then i think beat deluca don't think scholla's has via power to get through the semi all right great stuff guys visiting you sit on you abode check out game learn something families field world seven nfc lable daily so remind me daily seven days a week now on espn plus if you ever miss a show of course you could catch the podcast version on espn f c dot com also available all the bits that don't make into the regular show we collaborate together to package espn and see extra tie always little difference something else say no operative would welcome back shaggy thank you different were the law segment to go for a walk strict malek's she wants this makes me tense what's wayne rooney getting himself into wearing a dc jude i think it needs to be cleaned to getting into right no as far as east concern them shoot it's just a boat a contract is the money should it doesn't win in the the the so he has to be aware of the situation dc the rock bottom.

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"club america" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"club america" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Bought a uh a famous car and i made a deal with uh with her all uh arrojo who was uh you know my uh let's hope because my uh my wife's maiden name 10 doubt and they invested in that car and that's what got me going was another plateau and launching pad if you will because uh i want some races that was competitive and uh i got noticed and i got a a really good ride uh with them a ticket brothers in mitch it which were running the ard seat club america race drivers club that which was a very prominent midget uh a series uh with all the icon so measure racing you know lend lend duncan's tony but it is some of the icons of measure racine is so the era and uh and that you know they're not started winning went in there and it's just a team that had never won any races but i start the winning for them and then uh uh the uh the team out of indianapolis uh the rufus great team uh he but rufus great individual actually owned a sprint car and he had uh spree cover you had somewhat the top names like judd larson driving for him and they use sex prince cars he took notice and out of this they all new that i was interested in progressing he gave me a wry and he became a you know uh sort of the mentor at the time which brought we in to uh uh i would say main stream of vindicates racing because even though it was not the top category spread cars this is a step the low the championship cars uh but i was driving against the top dry irish because they were uh migrate into sprint carter's akg foyt roger mccloskey um branches all the top drivers would be driving this for now the jones driving in these uh.

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"club america" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"club america" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Also origin clean technology and of course our good friends that set the internet security seth internet security drew more download the pats now yeah san diego one of them you know james you wanna mac are you a pc at the moment amount amac amac okay i was on a pc for many years and then we switched over ten dollars off an iphone yes we must for me to exactly do they have pcs i mean they're you know they make him very well be yeah i really have to keep up on your enter by rich antimail order anti every i i i was i was explaining to my daughter's last night's so both of my daughters off the show this on her delaney graduated from the pacific couple sattar's ago with a degree in applied exercise sciences therapy school mckenna finish school graduated last december which actually walking this coming monday and we were good bad was a good i take full credit for my daughter's graduation thank you the the long story short is where i found interesting as we talked about some one of the girls applied for a job i was actually actually asked interview for job what are the whole process they said you know what it was a tough decision but you know this but you know when you get to the area call us almost literally every person's ever worked for me i didn't hire originally or they started intern and then they came fulltime i said i go i go because this is how it's going to work she goes why how did you do before they had the internet and i said well we we have the conversation but i realize the first internet we had james you'll probably members was when you bought a computer at cosco or maybe even called press club america online which is now it will compuserve and prodigy remember that james those are the sort of our failure to all university internet where you whatever service you happen to subscribe to run linda have access to the internet at a time that's right hi i'm linda allergy and that was the end linda alabi was it was a journalist who who basically pitched prodigy prodigies was the school thing to have this thing called email.

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