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6.21.19 Americans growing more concerned about smart speakers; Clark Stinks

Clark Howard Show

34:46 min | 1 year ago

6.21.19 Americans growing more concerned about smart speakers; Clark Stinks

"It's my pleasure to welcome you to the Clark Howard show where it's all about you, and that Walla yours, I want you to learn ideas, so you can save more and spend less and don't let anyone ever rip you off Cortec comes our main website, and we have a special thing on their Clark dot com slash Kark stinks for when you feel that I have not done a good job, serving you, you feel like I've given incomplete information. Bad advice, whatever, and coming up later, we're going to have our on air addition of Clark stinks where you can hear ways that people feel that I have not delivered for you. Something that people are deciding is not delivering for them are smart. Speakers in the home, they were immensely popular just months ago. I mean just according to survey. It was reported in Barron's magazine. If you go back just five months ago, roughly forty percent of Americans had a smart speaker activated in their home. And that's the biggest market share is Alexa. Then the Google home and then apple has one but it's really not caught on the market. So it's really been a two-horse race with Alexa, way and the weed and Google pretty far behind them with their Google home devices and today and is unreal. How quickly this is decline now only one in four people are using them one in four households. So people had them working in using them earlier this year. They're out the nobody really knows why I have some theory. Series. I think one of the most important things was the information that came out about how Amazon did not have good privacy protections in place for theirs and was actually allowing employees to listen to people's private conversations when people weren't even enquiring from the echo, speakers, and that is absolutely dumb, because Americans are generally not privacy freaks, a lot of people elsewhere in the world, especially in Europe are really into privacy. But if you push people, too far and people being worried about somebody listening in, I mean my recommendation that came out was, I said, make sure you don't have any of these installed in your bedroom is you don't want Amazon, employee's listening into what's going on in your bedroom. The response from from Amazon f that was pitiful. Oil as far as what they had for privacy policy, how they were protecting you. And I think I think that. Shook people's confidence. And that seems to be the thing with privacy is people are not really privacy conscious still something slap some around. Now, we had you may remember as I talked about in the year when we were doing it. We did a family focus group of one family where we installed. To echo devices and to Google home devices in our home, and my family, which is a great test group because they're apple everything they overwhelmingly gravitated to the Google home device, and we still have. One two, three. We have five of them in our house. And we've really integrated them in with tell heaven and play music, and ask him questions. And looking at, you know, when I am in the in my bathroom getting ready in the morning, I have it. I've got one with the screen. I'll ask it my route to wherever I'm going, if I'm going to TV shoot or whatever, and it'll lay it out for me. You know right now. Moderate traffic, these many minutes or heavy traffic that many. Earlier today. It gave me the bad news. I was going to being late to my location for TV I should've asked earlier. Who's nothing I could do. I just was late and Joe in your family. You have how many echo devices, we have three believe. Yeah. And the best thing for us is just being able to play music and not having to mess with our phones or anything to do it. I think probably the worst thing is that it's listening all the time and probably my kids messing with it a lot. So, but you didn't disconnect any of them after that kind of unsettling story about Amazon, I haven't, but I feel like I'm kind of on the edge, and I'm waiting for something to tip me towards getting rid of it in my life. But you've loved having them. It's nice. It really is if for convenience sake. But I do think the privacy things they do concern me, then also just seeing the kind of the way my kids interact with it. I don't love it. And so, yeah. Part of that makes me think about ditching it. You know what's fascinating? This is completely off topic. But I think about your young kids nee by else's young kids, how they can have a tablet handed to them from very young age and they somehow instantly know what to do with it. I mean, when you talk about digital natives, your kids are classic and pretty soon your oldest is how old almost six. So I think it's about another year before you go to her for technical. I think you're probably right. You're electron IX in your house. Molly is with us on the Clark Howard show. Hi, molly. Hello. How are you? Great. Thank you, Molly. So you're calling to do something. Nice for your mom. Is that right? Well, I'm trying. I'm trying she currently has a smaller SUV of berry, very reliable two thousand fourteen as Huby at only has about fifty thousand miles on it new tires, new battery she has had it for three years. And she is my mom is eighty five. She is a regular daily driver. She's a good driver. She's in great health, and she your mom. Eighty five year old driver. Who's a good driver. Peta. Well, she says that she's good, and I've been with her in the car and, you know, we live in a pretty urban area. She just devoid the, the interstate. So, so I'll tell you a story about my family and someone who's now deceased, but none of us ever wanted to ride with that person the car pass, seventy eight they just they just couldn't do it. Oh boy. Well, I found it interesting when she went in for her driver's license at eighty four to renew her license. Renewed it for seven more years. Wow. Well, I think it's cool that, that her state has now decided that she's living at least two ninety two. We agree. We offer a guarantee on that at the state. Oh well with our cold winter is, you know, nobody really likes to get out and drive all that much anyway, but so here's our big question. She wants to get a different car. And when I asked her why she said she wants to get something with more safety features. So she's looking at either leasing a car, which I have never done. We've always purchased three years old plus vehicles and work for millions with, with that or should she look at purchasing something that's three or four years old. So the vehicle, she's got is only five model years old. Right. That's correct. So buying something three years old unless it specifically has a big safety suite features in, it is likely not to have appreciably more safety than what she's got now. Now, the safety features that would be great for her. The one. That has the greatest impact on reducing accidents is automatic emergency breaking which twenty fourteen would not have she might be able to find that on a twenty seventeen model year used vehicle, chm might have to go twenty eighteen to find that that okay? But that is very valuable it reduces rear impact collisions by fifty percent. Wow. Okay. The other things that are really useful lane departure warnings. Specially what cold weather climate do you live in. We're in Wisconsin. All right. So that's really helpful during the systems able to detect during snow flurries that kind of thing the lane departure warnings really great. Some of the systems will actually keep you in the lane while you drive automatically. And then the blind spot warnings those. Of the things that can have those types of devices are the ones that getting a newer vehicle may be useful. What about leasing would that be a good option? If we get rid of her vehicle, she would have a pool of cash of about fifteen or sixteen thousand dollars, and she's willing to lease but we always stayed away from that. Here's the potential. I'm gonna have to just be straight out with you here. Okay. The, the downside with leasing at her age is if she reaches a point during the lease that she shouldn't be driving anymore, or she sadly passes away the allegation to the lease continues. Wow. Okay. So that's number one is something to consider. But the idea of leasing because she she may after let's say two or three year lease she may say okay, I'm not going to drive anymore. You know, the end of this lease, I'm gonna turn my keys in then leasing would be, you know, it'd be a set time period, you know, a set amount of money, but it is going to be an obligation that has to be met, regardless got it. Excellent. This is super helpful. She was very excited to know. I was talking to you about this today. So I will hang up with you and I will call her and she will be thrilled. And you tell her I said, congratulations, that it must be something to be the best. Eighty five year old driver America. Because because I'm told I'm not a good driver already much much, much younger than that. So what can I do? I get distracted. I get my thoughts. All right. Kevin's with us on the Clark Howard show. Hi kevin. Hey, how are you? Great. Thank you, Kevin. You got some old stuff you'd like to clear out what kind of old stuff. So I had a credit card that I was not able to pay off at the time. And so they sold it up to a company and my credit rating has meanwhile gone from six whole one last year up to seven twenty nine this year, even with that on it. So I was wanting to get your advice on whether you think it's even worse paying because my understanding is even if you pay off that debt since it was charged off. You don't get credit for actually paying off the debt. You only get credit for paying off of the amount that you're paying back to the company that now the den. So I don't know. I wanted to ask. How old is this credit card this, here's a sex, maybe even longer than that eight or nine years? Okay. First of all, it is that old even if it was turned over to a collection and you see is not allowed to be on your credit report. Oh, maybe that's why it's up to seven twenty nine that very well may be because it seven years, it has davantage even if it's turned over to collection, you see whatever. And if it's on there, you have the right to challenge at being there just because of aging now Iran, more to pay them any amount of money against it, and they might say, oh, just send us twenty bucks in many states. They're able to do. It's called, refresh the date and something that now no longer can legally be collected through a judgment or anything like that. They could then immediately go to court is if the debt happened yesterday and get a judgment against you. So it's dangerous for you is dangerous view for on an old debt for you. To pay anything on it. Okay. All right. I'm glad that you told me that. So I would get a copy of your credit file United do that for free. I belong to credit karma. So I think I can get it from them. Can I yeah. You can look at your credit report. And that is the greatest likelihood of why you would have gone from you said like six oh, seven to seven twenty one or whatever you said, twenty nine yeah. Okay. So that is probably why that happened. Is that no longer? Exists Ken is with us on the Clark Howard show. Hi, ken. How're you doing? Hey clerk, how're you doing today? Great. Thank you. Can you have a question for me about doing your savings for yourself the most efficient way? Give me some background, if you could. Yeah. Currently max, my Roth IRA, and then also have a little extra. They can still contribute inside been trying to put to work through my company's raw 4._0._1._K, which is one of your low cost providers you like. But live in. I live in Oregon, that's fairly high income tax rate, and I plan on moving to state that doesn't have a state income tax. Yeah. I mean what are you doing? Not living on the other side of the river in Washington state. He didn't that the perfect plan, you live in Washington state, and then you shop, and Oregon, so that you pay no income tax, you pay no sales tax. That's exactly the way to do it. I just unfortunately got married and the early. No, congratulations. You got married, right? No. I am minute. Convenience live on this side of the road time being. All right. So how high is Oregon's income tax rate. It nine percent up until you're over one twenty five nine point nine. Okay, that's pretty high income tax rate. So you've got a federal tax rate, do you know about where you are on that? We're like upper middle, so nothing too crazy. Okay. So yes, that state income tax might tilt you towards doing a traditional instead of doing a Roth version particularly sense when you retire, your intention is to retire in a zero income tax state. Correct. Yep. Yeah. So you would be an exception, potentially to what I normally talk about, which is the great advantage of having the after tax retirement money, instead of the pretext retirement money and you could split the difference, a little are you allowed to do, like two thirds one third mix. Yes. In nets completely up to, to me. And I mean it's not matched. That's why I've been trying. I've been focusing mainly on the, the IRA because I'm not getting this much out of it. Flexibility. But the four K part, yes, it's you can choose your own adventure. Well, if you're if you're doing the Roth and in the 4._0._1._K, so you're a you're building up a pile, a Roth money. Whatever you put in the 4._0._1._K because the tipping point is paying the nine percent state, income tax, plus federal, I would say, yeah, go pre-tax in the 4._0._1._K, and that does split the difference and gives you to piles of money. Sounds good. It's my pleasure. To welcome you to the Clark Howard show, where it's about you learning ways to save more and spend less and don't let anyone ever rip you off. Most important thing is you never feel ripped off by me. And that's why I need for you. Not me to have the last word what I mean by that. You know, this is all about serving you, and if I don't serve you. Well, that's not any good for me or for you, obviously. And so I need feedback from you. That's why on our website. We have Clark dot com slash Clark stinks where you can go post where you feel. I gave bad information. Wrong information or have a terrible opinion or even gave bad advice to someone or incomplete advice. So you go to Clark dot com slash Clark stinks. Post your unhappiness, others can read it. Can comment on it. They can agree disagree with you. And then weekly our producer Krista, goes through your posts and shares as many as she can with you right here on the air. Never to speak much think I'm pretty stupid. Maybe maybe maybe, right. You are giving very poor advice concerning program, both thermostats one. There is no smart thermostat that can be purchased for a hundred and fifty dollars much less than stalled to up to twenty five percent savings is a ridiculous statement. Three in a home built after nineteen Ninety-six. It is cheaper to leave thermostat on, on constant temperature than to let it warm up during the day and try to cool down in the evening. Residential air conditioning, is all about humidity control nothing else in only dehumidifiers. When running also it doesn't cost much operate, today's air conditioners. The cost is starting up the a c which is about forty five to fifty nine amps. All high electric bills in the summer are due to poor insulation and subpar installation of the ductwork, John. John, thank you for your post. And let's start with the last things you said, I that is completely true. Is that most of us end up wasting most of our cooling power through improper installation, or poor ductwork, and just as an annex before I go onto what you said about the, the thermostats is that the new air conditioning systems, which emceeing appear more and more in commercial settings, and in hotels, but not saying in residential settings or ones that have three times, the efficiency of what we're used to and work without duct work so people's electricity bills fall for cooling by two thirds with these new systems and people don't even know they're out there. Look for them on the thing about the thermostats the thermostats routinely now the computer. Controlled ones are down to one hundred and fifty dollars or glass nest now has a discount version that often is less than one hundred fifty dollars the dominant and the fancy thermostat market as for whether saves you money on your Bill, I can only go by what I have read over the years that you will. Save a substantial amount of money when no one is home, which these thermostats, can sense, dialing the temperature up, not the air off, but dialing it up. And that's the key is that you don't turn it off, and then turn it back on. But you still have it at a reasonable temperature which will provide a lot of the humidity control. You're talking about. I can't say this is a stinky moment, but I was disappointed when it happened is, I don't didn't know the full story of this scam. You had taken a caller from peace police officer who was. Calling to bring light to some elderly being taken advantage of when you asked if there was anything else that he might wanna shed light on. He started to bring up the check cashing scam. And just as the caller was about to explain how it was done. You jumped all over him. I'm sure I've excitement and said the old fake cash check deposit thing, cutting him off and not letting us hear how the scam worked. I went and Google it after. But my thoughts when things like this happen. Are that not everyone has experienced when some of the assumed common issues happen? Therefore, it's best to repeat, some things over and over to make sure they are her by all thanks for your service, and thanks for allowing us to share feedback with you. Andrew andrew. Thank you. And let me explain the situation that happened in that case, this doesn't affect podcasters, but it affects those who listen to our radio show that is that we have certain times we have to hit would or. Own his network breaks. And there was not time to let the second part of that. Call breathe is we had to go to schedule network break. And that's why I had to just kind of quickly wrap that up. And so I apologize that we didn't get a. Chance for the officer to restate. What was going on in that particular scam? All right. And when you talked about modified SAT, criteria and free college or reduced or reduce tuition college. We had a lot of posts about that. So I've got three here. First one, I've been working two jobs, to help pay for my child schooling my W, two shows, lots of money, but it's about sixty five to seventy hours a week, and you want free school for children, because their family can't afford it work harder, and maybe the child will do the same Peter and I say no to the modified SAT criteria and not corks idea concerning reduced or free tuition for certain students who may come from impoverished or disadvantaged backgrounds and against them, because they are inherently subjective and arbitrary and the government would surely apply arbitrary factors in. That was from Pete's. And then the third one is you propose making a college education available to everyone as it says in Ecclesiastes under the sun. There is nothing. New Huey long did this man. Years ago. Anyone who graduated high school could go to LSU this prompted a catchy lyric by Randy Newman. College men from LSU when, in dumb come out dumb to you had to make your grades or you were gone. Such a waste of taxpayer money. College education is fast approaching the point of not being worth the money making it available to all will seal the deal I will give you this college for everyone sounds so. Nice Grayton theory nightmare in reality. I love your show even when you stink. Philip Philip and the others who posted about this. Okay. So for most of American history. If somebody came up poor, there was a great chance that through initiative hard work effort. That they could live very different life than they were born into today. -education become a big dividing line in American society. If you look statistically people with a college degree have much lower unemployment numbers than people without a college degree and people with a college degree are in a great deal. More over their working lifetime than people without a college degree now and these are averages they're going can be someone who has a college degree who can't earn a decent living. There can also be someone who only went to high school, or even as high school dropout is making a lot of money. So again, I'm only talking about averages. So I like the idea of some of the initiatives around the country that make it possible for someone regardless of background to be able to go to some level of college at a greatly. Reduced rate or free. Tennessee has done. So with with certain parts of its education system beyond high school South Carolina's done. So Georgia is done. So, and I think this is something you'll see and more and more states around the country where employers are looking for a more knowledgeable workforce in really. I think it's something where everybody wins. I understand what it's like 'cause I write those tuition checks for my daughter in college to just have to pay that and it hurts. And I just got it tuition increase notice for sophomore year, not excited about that tuition increase. I can afford to pay it. I feel. Really badly for these college students who are homeless. Who are trying as hard as they can to get through college? And we have to create an opportunity for people who come from very poor backgrounds to be able to achieve in today that does require education, and now the frequent discussions you have about trip insurance. It's important that you distinguish between chip cancellation baggage insurance, and full trip insurance that includes health insurance, usually, you're only talking about the former while international travelers should be very concerned about the latter. I've a big international trip coming up. I'm not so concerned about the cost of the trip or canceling. But I am concerned about potentially having a medical issue, therefore, I did research purchased a comprehensive policy that covers pretty much every medical situation and also includes far superior cancellation delay baggage. Coverage them my travel, credit cards, and it cost me less than one hundred dollars for my ten day trip. Well worth it for the peace of mind. Scott. Scott. Thank you for that post. And I need to explain again that many of us have health coverage that stops when wing leave the United States, and if you travel overseas and you don't buy a health policy travel, health policy or medical policy, or whatever your left exposed far away from home with an injury or an illness. And so this is great advice from our post here, I Clark, you recently caller who was concerned about the use of their DNA dead from twenty three and me, which is valid concern. You noted Twenty-three me now provides the option to receive a report, only on ancestry and not health data. However, were you went off the rails was suggesting to them that by choosing the anxious ancestry only option somehow that alleviated their concerns that is wrong as geneticist. I can almost guarantee you that tweet three me. Analyzes each. Sample. They received the same way that is they sequence your entire genome. They will then have that information stored somewhere in perpetuity and further. They have the right to use it in any of a variety of studies as detailed in the waiver you have to agree to when you sign up the only thing that's different is the report, they send to the consumer for the ancestry price. They will only send the answers Roosevelt's, even though they generated the data for your health results as well. In fact, I looked on their website and it was true. Thanks, keep up the great work. John, John, thank you for taking the time to review that I think that's really helpful to other people, and we have an area here, where the value of this information could be Fendt tastic have, but in the wrong hands that information could be used and terrible ways, including by the insurance industry. I've actually listened to your show daily for over twenty years, but you give a recent caller smelly advice as, as opposed to helping. Them. Save more and avoid getting ripped off, you told them. Most people don't like to sell their cars via private party, and that then went on to give advice on how to get bids from dealers since when do you give advice on money based solely on what people most like or don't like most people don't like to invest, most people don't like to take a portion of their paycheck and save it. In fact, most people don't like to get their advice that potentially cost them thousands of dollars. Why put the dollar difference between what your car's market value is and what a dealer will pay for it into somebody else's pocket. How about the next time you give them advice on easy ways to market and sell it via private party. So as to maximize their cars value love your show and most of your advice. Steven Steven appreciate that. And I so I was an answer to that. I was thinking about exactly what you said that eighty percent of people most people aren't willing to deal with selling vehicle. Themsel-. So I was trying to give a methodical process to be able to get the most money selling your car versus just going to dealer in, they'll tell you what they'll pay you and traded. And you're right. I should have also explained the process for selling a car yourself, which I just glossed right over, and I appreciate all your pose. When you feel that my information spent incomplete or wrong, please go to Clark dot com slash Clark, stinks, and let me know. Dave is with us on the Clark Howard show. Hi, dave. How're you doing? Hey Clark thanking my call. Absolutely, dave. You are in a great situation because you have debt, but you also have money. Yes. What's the story? Exactly. At about seventy thousand less on my mortgage, and I have about ninety thousand in my savings and my monthly painted twelve dollars. And that's including my the interest, and that's bay. I got about five years left on that. And I'm wanting to retire a couple of years. So should I pay it off now pay some of it or just they ride? So if you wipe out all, but twenty thousand in your savings, what kind of cushion in terms of months of living expenses? At that point, you have no mortgage. What kind of how many months could you ride on twenty grand, if you suddenly had no income coming in? I, I have other means I have all one ks and, and laggers coming in. So I'm not to worry about that. Oh, then blow out the mortgage. Okay. Who's even if you're in a very low mortgage interest rate is about three quarter, which is such a great rate normally I would say, yeah, you don't want to rush to pay that off your earning less than that on your savings. And so it just seems to make sense, the savings, you're having to pay tax on their earnings at has, and the mortgage interest at the level, you have you're probably taking the standard deduction you getting no tax benefit from paying interest on the loan. So I would have that mortgage burning party and pay that thing. Off you'll have to pay them at the lender for a payoff letter, which is a rip off e when you get rid of a mortgage pay him there, rip off fee and be done with that loan. Okay. What I was thinking, too. I was thinking that, so just wanted to hear from you like say I listen to you in the mornings while I'm at work and just want to get another opinion. Well, it'll feel great. And then the best part is every month, a certain amount of that twelve hundred is has been going to taxes and insurance is you said escrowing so you won't save all that twelve hundred but you certainly could probably save. Maybe what a thousand dollars a month arts to replenish, the savings and the thing I would consider doing with that is I would consider doing a Roth IRA for each of you. Okay. And build up some Roth money which is tax free money, you'll be able to use well down the road and retire. And so it builds up another reserve money for you. That all the you'll have over the years, even in retirement will be tax free. Take the money I would be using for payment and Iraq or each each of us. Exactly and do it with one of the low cost companies that have got on my investment guide. Right. And then just slap that money in the Roth and it makes the money so productive for you, as you look through the years ahead and you've got something that's now, attacks free source of fines. That's totally flexible for when you might need it. You're listening to the Clark Howard show. Thanks for joining us today. The Clark Howard show is produced by Kim. Droves, Joel LARs guard Debra Reese, and gem airs and remember, twenty four hours a day where there to serve you at Clark dot com and Clark deals dot com.

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Caution Around UV Wands / Specific Marketing - The Lighting Industry News Brief August 31st

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13:25 min | 7 months ago

Caution Around UV Wands / Specific Marketing - The Lighting Industry News Brief August 31st

"Hello, it's Monday August thirty first and that means two things I. It is the anniversary of. Connecticut graph which yet and a few other technologies plus the fact that the coffee pot was very far away from the computer science lab at King Bridge. I really wouldn't have a job right now and it's time for the lighting industry news brief from nailed brought to you by keystones X. Fit floodlights. These are redefining the outdoors with a seventy percent. S. K. U. Reduction Innovative Color Selection Technology elevate your frustrations by including mounts for fifteen, hundred, thirty, five, hundred, and sixty floods. Slip Bidders tongue in mounts all sorts of models available in a one, hundred, twenty, two to twenty, seven bought to seventy seven volt keystone led driver that improve your performance improves your iability that's keystone tax. That's an. That's an exterior floodlight link in the description. In to the news, we have the E S releasing a new standard for economic. Analysis in lighting comparing life cycle cost benefits against. Other methodologies for a better sales tool Columbia is validating before you VC promise promise. for the viability and human occupied spaces. Also Lux live is hosting a special UVS's specific event on September twenty second focusing on safe deployment. The twenty twenty illumination awards have been presented to close out the I ss virtual count Prince Congrats to all the winners UV wants do work on viruses and your skin and your eyes, and the URL would like to remind you that you should be cautious about all of those things. buildings has announced their thirty-three product innovation winners. Kennel alight lead vans luminous and Eureka or all winners in their leading categories. CORTEC has sued four count for companies for. Patent infringement among them, Hubble, Inter Matic, Shanzen Gus and and STI is are all related to controls, the PNN L. and the DNC study on SNL's reports on. Report on cells that can report their own energy use because more terminable light sources means that you can't promise the same static results straight out. So you need to have a new set of math to do all that, and this is how you do that Episode One fiftieth get a grip on lighting is now available reversing the usual format as a new be to the leading field ask questions of Mike and Greg. It's good one. It's a bit of a Scrub Q. and have fun with that You can now gas the size of lighting companies based on their bailout package, the P. Program. That weight at that's a little bit of an ATM machine thing the P P P. Requirements reveal had counts at a number of businesses, a U. L. Lab in Italy as been certified as a daily test out. Test House. A U. L. Lab in Italy has been certified as a test house for Dull Lee. Because of its ability to meet the D I as requirements. L. As virtual symposium is now open for registration. You can view the full schedule online. Lima. Has released an office there August Business Confidence Index. These are survey respondents being slightly more optimistic about the future, the I A L D. is looking for. Submissions for their awards. comparing quarterly results. This is Randy Johnson analyzing six companies. Most recent earnings calls. The ally a is calling for more control says part of Green Recovery Options for the UK A Perspective on paradigm changes from Fabian. Bubendorf Mrs. These services be CEO of origin services sharing his thoughts on the indices status right now. main side dot lighting is recapping their first in person lighting event in months in Dallas. fluence inspire are planning on hosting a Webinar on retrofitting cannabis farms on the temp check that out if that's up your alley. Led specifiers summit is set for twenty twenty one on April eight in Denver. Yet another yeezy robot has entered the fray against the virus. This is from Ott saw their oh Rx has been tested as effective. Art Mites as released a new luminaires that releases regular light by day but disinfects by night new side of controls, same sorta panel but just a little more flexible for keeping your surfaces. Clean. Spark media is the very first lighting industry marketing firm taking freelance contracts. Now, this is under direction of Christina Calloway. Paul Bokan alighting designer has been interviewed about working on public infrastructure projects. Harry the Har- predicts the future of urban life under smart lighting cities. you VC might be good for your stock portfolio. This is a comparison of h fact and lightning companies seeing value. Increase on the markets. As they embrace UC tack. finding the missing link in emergency t leads according to David Schiller. This is a good read about you L. to nine to five. the is street an area leading conference releases their speaker schedule. You can view their full list of presentations right now. Hubble will release dividends or has released a dividends as of Friday three, sixty five to three dollars sixty four cents per share released. In Market Predictions Stadium wedding will reach seven hundred eight million dollars in value by twenty, twenty four while the led market is set to grow by thirteen percent over the same timeframe in rep agency news CR Brown and associates will be covering universal letting NBC while Life Light Line will focus on flex lighting in Ottawa Calgary is upgrading eighty thousand fixtures to led. Those are street lights, some area lights, but mostly, street acuity is joining the light as z their product line will be fully searchable in their search engine none of it. is spending eighteen million dollars in programs to that include lighting up rates and new controls across the territory. DC. Metro stations have finished their led upgrades a year ahead of schedule. You can see some very nice before and after fixtures. In our link on the site. 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The Brundleskeet

Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast

00:0-1 sec | 2 years ago

The Brundleskeet

"When we last left our four heroes. They had fled the Dunga wood mall as an army of TIMMY pillows, cyborgs bore down upon them and on of cyber organisms plaguing heroic Cortec mercilessly like mercilus plaguing machine unstop in defensible, hunting them down and like machines, both literally and metaphor. Retreating underground to the Denver wood mall catacombs they have found brief respite. And so now they settled out and up for the night. Wary weary is ever watchful peering into the dark like dark, peering out regurgitating, not pellets indigestible materials, but recriminations and reproaches squash. Mesh us season. Two episode three the long-awaited Halloween episode fraud with Halloween appropriate. Thrills and chills starts now. Climactic doing? Four. Damn gimmes voices. Really creepy. Crap. Frontier. Why not a hail? She just babbling words like that. I'm sure it's just some sort of voice reset slash calibration protocol. It sounds a little bit like the incantation to call forth and Subbiah igniter the lamp of suffering. But I'm sure it's just that. What did you voice calibration protocol? Yeah. Probably just that. This or mid Hartman, wait never mind. We're in the clear, he said cantankerous, Mike, no stake whereabout three syllables way. From the million monkeys a million top writers accidentally someone in the flame to extinguish all other scenario be that as it may just get it back to normal to sleep Akins. Kim before we do that. Let's I address the larger issue pops pops Kins. Suit yourself crotch. Spawn crotch Spong crotch spa. Compromise. Sport. Vlad dad. Alicia. Terrestrial. Really just panned in Raynham buttons over there. Now, aren't you've laid dad. I am trying to to regardless the friend Mulas matrix that flanges hurt talk box. And nate. I don't know why you gotta be tinkering around that metal mama's consonant box. She sounds like all kinds of villas smooth tenderloin Parfait to me like a strong woman too. Especially now that I know she's not trying to some this spirit incarnate. All torment in the universe. Actually, what I'm trying to say is the king was put his manner in that same age, if you know what I mean? Weinstein appellate. Oh, man. She got me right in the guest. I'm not even sure what you meant. I said I wanted. I really miss Margaret. She's still alive. I could miss it your own Twitter. Right. I think she has some of my stuff. I hate to interrupt. Anyone getting zapped in the taint? But before I forget, I wanted to mention that's nice sexy. Ghost costume sport. Ooh. Thanks a lot. I listen. I don't mean to quibble mind. But no for next year's gauche aren't Crossley's. Okay. Rather? They're completely formless, man. So crotch lists. And go is redundant as it already have. No, corporal cross to speak. And that's just not sexy at all. Or is it the sixties thing you've ever are? It's somewhere in the middle. I heard that if you look into a mere late in that on Halloween, not any drink budget, bloody Marys, you'll hear the scariest thing ever, and I baby promo. Here's one now. Syndicated nightmares? Every Wednesday syndicated nightmares? Takes a deep. Dive into an episode of freddy's nightmares. A horror anthology TV show from the late nineteen eighty s based of of the a nightmare street film series. Don't worry if you haven't seen the show who Steve Berman, and Michelle Hinson, we'll give you a detailed synopsis of every episode before tearing into it like FREDDY would scared teenager. Join them week by week is they make your nightmares fun. Check out syndicated nightmares and all of our programs at ABD presents dot com and support us at patriot dot com slash ABD. Squash measures weekly look into the world of Bigfoot cryptos. The pair. Wait a minute. We're no longer framing episodes in the presentation construct of a radio show a Wego Steve here, cut new itty. Speaking of which didn't we stop referencing? Steve. Very funny. Make it sound like I'm the one that doesn't understand a multi season. Hey, I took Aaron Sorkin screenwriter masterclass. Okay. What was the last time you participated in a professional development activities div? Oh, all right. All right. You know what? Let's go. Let's go. Huey knee meta women. Steve. I don't care if you are my brother-in-law, I'm going to clean your face. Mayan. I wanted to hear announcer one clean Steve's clock. I had money on it. It just Hamid like Alcan you possibly put money on it with who. Wait still have connections. Afterworld Zeke, it's timeless and formless. So I can access it anytime from anywhere. I ended up a great sports book. What kind of odds were they give it could. I get in on that active from rating system free operating system doesn't sound so bad. Why it sounds down rat may briefly perhaps I judged. What does the most lost on the coin toss neighbor, man? It's great be again. I once lost twenty thousand dollars. It's a funny story, actually, the there was this guy. See see the scar. Elit? I I don't know what's at stake for forty years to get here along with me on my road and this going on. It's now fate has pleaded the road into so call it heads for the past two left tales for the path to the right? I didn't put nothing up. The button to the friend those terms and agreements you put it up. You just didn't know everything everything is at stake. I cannot get in on action, man. I got twenty bones. I left late the rat fate fine heads, whatever. The installing fixes and performance improvements. Finished all circuits this offended. This offended. Damn girl. I gotta services suspended excuse me, sidetracked morons. We have a real problem here. This thing is installing updates and it's a spended all defensive and offensive capabilities. Mean we won't be able to pick for being tracked. We won't have any defeats James going down. What are we going to do? We are completely exposed back. The proverbial crotch list. Ghost Jenny Dorn down. How fell is a whole, mama. I know what I'm gonna do. And it's going to sound like a watermelon eating contests, man. Grapes. All shook up a home. Against this is as good a time as any to tell you. I had dad I really accurate six wear wolf cost to. Scary Halloween episode. Thanks sport. Remember how when we? I bet you thought I was aware wolf vampire hybrid. Yeah. I remember those days. Jerry's still out on that. You know? That's what gave me the idea. Really dumb. Why did you have it up the whole system? I just wanted to voice back to normal. I didn't tell it to date. I just pushed the reset button if the button you have press has brought us to this of what use is that button. That's a fair philosophical point and one better suited for rumination at another time. This is the worst possible time for days robot Jenny let us up they did the later time. It's not a problem. I can slip into the afterworld frame. Oh, thank God. And you have some kind of spell or enchanted vessel that will take us to. Never mind. Tell you you can say funds because you can't. Frade? Our only option is to hunker down here, and wait will be fine. As long as we're quiet. I would be remiss if I did not compliment you on your sixty wonder woman costume AO vis. This Halloween episode is rated as for spooky. This is just my regular job suit Cape goal risk vans. Lasso and TR. To the friend update system. Please choose a tire option. One sexy, man. Are also known as vampire. My right. Up show too sexy. Peepshow spoil Bor I Wayne is two years ago. When hand we was on a Sunday got real. Korea Lockward tell you. Three sexy Colonel often three free three free. You don't have to worry. Selected sexy girl, please wait while updates continue. Don't judge me? Here are way too late for that. Real loose juicy watermelon to you know, the Coniston sitting after Surat amount of time. And it's just there, and you're you're spitting out siege. Grandpa's looking at you and tone gravel I was. Me do what I do at minor business. I am not going to sit here. And listen to it drug addicted natural, Metzer wax rep Saad over some kind of robotic Mellon humping. If that's all you can talk about just shut up. Demet Jeanette water jets. Juice Persada, default persona. Malevolent prince valiant. Alternate for sons stalwarts sexually unavailable companion. Listen. I refused to be from zone by some Sav org. Again, we're going with prince valid rat fills. May end overall Mazzy forward companion persona. So might be. For Sona to accept it. Like, you all very much is friends initiating voice, resets last calibration protocol. I told you Cindy. Kate spire tower super Helius. Super philias. This needs to go more quickly. Shire, but Leo see mesh Hershey. Fortunately. Trucking. Klaxons? Advance guard approaches my centers tech that he's wearing sexy mall manager cost you. Callaway episode kids. It's so scary and sexy we had to destroy its communications at rats. So it can't radio our location back to the tinny. Army my weapon systems aren't available. I'm only good at demons and ghosts all hanging back here in polish up Jenny's carapace. Schmidt. Okay. Seek you distracted by making noises like an animal, and I will become a missed and sneak up on it from behind. Why don't I ever do amazed because you can't turn into amidst eightfold? Why didn't you choose for me to get power? It isn't like picking options on that car. This is not for this clock. Sohn's? If it's on constellation. I can't turn to Mr. either. Thanks for understanding hail vis. Okay. Marvel at mess up future. Roar roar. I'm a bear something or did. He just say, I'm bear or something. We are so doomed. I'm kicking back. Control. I think there's a. For. It worked get going now missed it up. Perhaps badger. Badger. So. Did you missed me? Terrible. Cream? Communication systems. Oh, my plaid ABS about beginning shovel, the the campaign say robot and hopefully making lots of cool sparks and stuff. That's what. The worst. Sales. Faye the word. Why would I say? We're good. No track. Good orc. Blad is really hurt. It's just my plaids. If I get some blood in me, I'll be right as rain. Oh, I wouldn't give for a heaping helping of skeedaddle right now. Wait a minute. Whatever did happen to skater last time. I saw him. He was all pushed over face down pillow up in the corner of the sound booth. Maybe my son or or Elvis could spare some blood for fella down on his luck. Well, you know, we we all know, you would just turn me down in a grand noble. Gesture he's as otherwise I would out totally be willing to do it. Pointy? I forgot it won't work too. No. Empires can't feed on other vampires. It's in the ancient the book of empire laws. Version four point five. Scary. Sixty skit. And you can't feed on neck romance. Nater? I can't. Why not number one because I know. Oh believed. Your black belt. Was only. Guy. Maimed hank? Gave it to you. Because you were. Elvis. No, man, you're doing Elvis wrong. I totally earned that their entire days where I didn't take any lose, really. And my plan. You really earned that. Elvis number two neck romance years Old Dominion over the dead. And you my friend are undid you'll probably explode or something. What what agent the book is that in the ancient book of all kick your ass. If you come with your damn polka chief, man. Straight pointing they are. Inky staple remover. I guess. That's it for me. Next. Timmy, blot just finish me off. I've had a good run. A good run. Indeed with plebs like his we would be right to expect great running up and down the field like a machine made entirely of plaid this for our intrepid quartet of plucky adventure. Yes. It could. Maybe maybe not. Next time to get the news. To begin another two parter, really, okay? Was this even plan? There was this just an eleventh-hour decision to facilitate laziness, but the main writers, I know the answer and do we really need three separate announcer slash narrators. The world is full of different types of announces some with football type voices. Others with old timey radio voices. Still others with just some sort of generic deep voice always eating for the right time to strike all attempting to locate an attractive mate that will accept this specialists spoon packets and allow them to spawn. Jesus christ. Thank you for listening to squash measures season two episode three Brendel ski to part one. Why is it called brutal skeet well is Led Zeppelin? Sid and stairway to heaven all will be revealed, then they also had a song about squeezing lemons, but that's all gross. If you think about it. So don't squash measures was created and produced by Darren hustler. This episode was written by George Pete, Kelly, yoda's, Matt McDonald and Derrida slur Vlad and the football out. So we're played by George Pete. Kelly Otis Elvis was played by Phil porter Jenny was played by Mary Ellen Clark, bad guy from no country for old men friend does operating system and the old timey news announcer. We're played by Matt McDonald, TIMMY pillows butts played by Charlie Wi rock, everyone else was played by Derrida slur. Good website at squash smashers dot com to see more details, including links to IMDB pages Twitter accounts, and how to contact us. He could also get t shirts they're available in blind. But if you want to customize shirt with a favorite line from the show, just let me know, and I'll make it for you about that. 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Episode 58: 1 Year Anniversary - Listener Stories Extravaganza

Talking Mopars

1:20:52 hr | 5 months ago

Episode 58: 1 Year Anniversary - Listener Stories Extravaganza

"Welcome to episode number fifty eight my friends. This is the one year anniversary listener stories episode. But before we get into the stories we'll talk a little project carve the week and high performance parts so without further ado if you are a mo- parentheses than you are in the right place. Don't go anywhere you're tuned into the best mo- pont who's eastern podcast on planet earth and. I'm your host chris. Albrecht better known as the mo- par hundred and this is talking parse listening to talking mo- parts with the my car. Hunter your direct action to all things. Mo- park you know. Technically last tuesday. The tenth of november marked the one year anniversary of the podcast. So i actually owe a big thank you to you. Some of you guys have been with me from episode one. You've witnessed the evolution of this podcast from the very beginning. You've witnessed my successes and my setbacks you've listened to my rants might bad jokes and maybe you've learned to along the way no matter how long you've been listening to the podcast. Thank you for listening the truth. Is i do this podcast. Even if nobody was listening. But you guys all make it worth it so thank you very much. It's actually crazy for me to think that everyday people all over the planet listened to talking mo- parts that is insane to me but before we get to show on the road. I have to shout out to every listener. Everyone who has ever sent me their mo- par story to share on the show. Everyone who has ever shared their stories via of my voicemail. All the people who have reached out to me just to say that they enjoy the show and a very special. Thanks to all my guests that have been gracious enough to come on the show and tell us they're mo- par stories and have a good time so special. Thanks to chuck in matt mcmurray of hemi pages dot com and build mo- par dot com johnny moped par blake anderman of diy hemi dot com but clube of cortec kappa club. And my pal mike coffee. Also i can't forget to thank rob kibi from the muscle car place for having me on episode number four forty of a show. That was fun. There are so many people that i could sit here and thank but you to know that if you have supported me in this podcast in any kind of way. Thank you so much for the support. My friends my family. My wife my daughter. Thank you guys for. Just showing me love and support. It really means a lot to me. And the reach of this podcast. You know has spanned the globe. And that's an accomplishment in and of itself and that wouldn't be possible without all of you so a big thank you to every single one of you out there and podcast land. Thank you so much for listening. You're probably wondering what i'm doing for this first anniversary episode. And i'm gonna to be honest here and say that i really had no special plans for it. I can tell you that. I have been promising to catch up on listeners stories and being a man of my word. That's what we're going to be doing here today. But not before the usual suspects of project car of the week and high performance parts. And you know we'll close show with a bunch of listeners stories. So i also want to say that before we shut the showdown. I do have a special announcement that you won't wanna miss. So let's get this show on the road you know by. Now that highlight these. I own one. And that's what this week's project car of the week is a nineteen seventy three forty four speed car to be exact and it was posted sunday november fifteenth at twelve pm on the mo- hunter facebook page. Let's read the ad. Nineteen seventy duster three forty four speed eleven thousand dollars condition is listed as fair and the title status is listed as clean nineteen seventy duster original three forty four speed matching numbers. Three fifty five pasi rear end original factory tack bucket seats call for additional details once again another seller calling a sure grip of policy. But we'll let him slide on this one. What's not to like about this project. Three forty four speed car. This numbers matching with rallye gauges factory tack bucket seats. You know what a cool car checks every box. That i'd want checked in seventy duster. I just wish that the ad was more detailed in had more quality pictures but that can be said about. Nearly every ad icy. I just don't think it's possible to have enough info or pictures online for sale ad. But what i can tell you is that i hate one thing about this car with a passion and that's as somebody put an aftermarket sunroof in it. Boo boo boo. That bothers me. But that's okay. It's nothing that can't be fixed. You know and look a bodies. Aren't everybody's cup of tea. And i understand that but i believe this duster deserves a second chance. It's priced at eleven grand which we can sit here debate on whether or not. That's a fair price. But i think it's an investment price. You may take a hit now. But if you're strategic about getting this car back on the road and maybe even restoring it. I think you could eventually squeeze a little bit of profit out of his. Should you ever decide to part with it. And you know when i do project car the week i like to put myself into the position of a buyer and say you know well if it reminds and this is no different if i bought this thing i would invest the money to restore it. You know. probably try to save some money by doing it myself. If i had the skills. I feel like this deserves to be saved. And i like dusters especially numbers matching three forty four speed dusters. Of course you gotta hit the cellar with an offer. And because i'm a cheapskate. Low baller at try to cut the seller in half you know. Hey what about five grand you know. What about six grand is that crazy of yes absolutely. But that's my job is the buyer to try to the cars cheap as possible. You know. I guess that's just a testament to my love ray bodies to because i don't see anybody really paying you know eleven grand for this thing but i'd probably. I'd probably forgot close to that. You know after some negotiation if you wanted to walk me up a little bit but that's just my dedication. Seeing these cars be saved especially the truly special ones like this. Duster duster does qualifies special car. Numbers car scott. The right engine. It's got the right transmission and it's not too often you see a nice dust or on the road. You know what i mean. But ideally i'd like to see this car price closer to five or six grand but i can already tell that the chances that are probably pretty slim with this seller. Unless he's got the car for another few weeks then maybe he'll be willing to budge. But who knows. I know there's a good number of you out there saying it's crazy to buy an body project for anything over a couple of grand but times are changing folks. These rare examples of performance option. Mo- parts are not getting any cheaper. We know that nor are they getting any more plentiful we know that to so the good investment strategy is to get them now while you can and hope your investment pays off if you intend to eventually sell it but whatever the case unless you're an eight body hater. I think you'd have a hard time not giving this duster the respected deserves. It's a cool little performance machine worth saving and that was project car of the week. The nineteen seventy duster three forty four speed car posted on the moped hundred facebook page sunday november fifteenth at twelve pm. No bar left. Behind this week's high performance part to the dodge charger daytona custom tribu cars from please don't cringe here fast and furious six now. I didn't purposefully pick these cars to upset the purest. But rather i picked them because of the fact that the wing cars that so many of us love and cherish were honored once again on the big screen even if it was simply accustomed tribute car with some blasphemous modifications. These cars were in fact real chargers but since real wing cars used for onscreen duties would have been completely ridiculous on so many levels the cars were actually and thankfully tributes with many custom touches the noses and the wings on these cars were twelve inches shorter than those on a real charger. Daytona so no folks trucks will not open on these. The guts of the cars were stripped with custom. Tin work roll cages. Low back bucket racing seats magna flow side exit exhausts lowered with custom suspension. Front rear brembos breaks and eighteen inch wheels. The front end minus the hood on the cars were actually custom. Fiberglass one-piece units with the hood using hood pins and the pop up. Headlights were ditched in favour of simple plexiglass covers to keep things simple in the cars. The custom touches don't end there with shaved rain gutters customer paying jobs and this is really gonna piss off a lot of moped diehards including myself. The cars had ls swaps. Yes folks ls swaps. What kind of bs is that await. There's more turbo. Four hundred transmissions in ford nine inch rear hands. Complete the tragedies. That were dominik. Toronto's charger daytona with the exception of one. That actually had a five speed in it but these are probably the most bastardized wing car tributes ever built but even with all these outlandish bastardisation. They still deserve to be discussed on high performance parts. Because don's charger. Daytona is still one of the only wing cars. Actually i think it is the only wing car to ever be featured and play a big part on a giant blockbuster movie so that's pretty cool. There were actually more than just a couple built for the movie. In fact they were actually seven but only three and a half actually survived filming. And you know whether that's justice or tragedies for you decide so that my friends was high performance parts the charger daytona tribute cars featured in fast and furious six. It's time once again for listeners. Stories this is my hail. Mary attempt at getting caught up with all of them. So let's not waste any time here. The first listener story. I have is from jan rafferty. Here is jan story. Hey man loved the show. So here's my story. When i turned sixteen. My parents took me to get my first car. I saved up all my money and sold two of my quads and got about ten grand. We went to a used car dealer. And i picked out a two thousand nine jeep grand cherokee limited with a three point seven v six. I had all these plans to make it a really cool. I car fast forward about ten months. And i got into an accident in total the car i had full coverage on the car in got paid for it so i took my check and went online and found the two thousand eight jeep grand cherokee four point seven va. I'd always wanted a v. Eight and finally got it after six months in about another six grand. I finally have the cool cheap. I wanted needless to say. I will forever be a mobile owner jan rafferty. Hey jan thanks for sending in your story. I think a jeep is a great first car. And it's funny because gps have their own following in the mo- park community. I've actually owned a couple of my first jeep was a two thousand. Eight jeep wrangler Nothing special wasn't the rubicon or anything but it was fun. It was a soft top. I had a good time in that jeep. And i learned really quickly. That if you have a wrangler you wave to every other wrangler on the road and you feel a little sad win. They don't wave back. That's the old jeep way. I totally new to that. I didn't realize that was a thing. Until i had a wrangler and i was like. Why is everybody waving at me. But after that i ended up getting a ninety one cherokee that i was supposed to be an offroad project that never saw any off road at all i ended up horse trading and eventually get some cash to go get my dart so i have had some gps in the past. My wife is actually a fanta gps. She's had a two thousand eleven jeep liberty and she now has two thousand fifteen jeep grand cherokee and they've been great cars so i'm a fan of gps and i think that a passion for anymo- part that you have is a good thing so it's nice to see that you're passionate about your jeep. Thanks for sending in your story. Our next listener story comes to us from austin gone. Here is austin story. Hi chris my name is austin gone. I'm twenty four years old and wanted to tell you the other listeners. About my mot- bars. I've been a part enthusiast for as long as i can remember. My mom had a nineteen seventy four plymouth trail duster. It was black with a three sixty with an automatic trans. I don't know much about the truck since it got sent to the scrapyard over a family dispute after my grandpa passed away in. My uncle got rid of the truck because it was on his property. The trump was supposed to be my first truck and that truck is most likely what turned me on him. Oh bars either way. I always wanted since that truck got taken. And i've always heard about my dad's old nineteen seventy-six dog w one hundred power wagon. So i grew to love the older trucks. Well as i got my license. I acquired a two thousand dodge dakota quad cab with a three sixty which by the way i love the truck actually still own it but i met my wife around that time and we spent years with this truck taking the everywhere which in turn turned her into a mo- part tuesday as well. We do a lot of off roading so this truck has seen a lot of its life with me and my wife so about two years ago me and the wife had been looking around for a newer durango for her because i owe a tour to get a new vehicle for her since we got one of my other toys which is my ninety six jeep cherokee with the four leader and a five speed as we are looking for newer durango for her. My buddy comes across this. Nineteen seventy four. Dodge w one hundred power wagon for eight hundred dollars. It's blue but not an original color blue. The original was more of a turquoise kind of like a four service truck scott three eighteen with a four speed. And i'm not gonna lie. I fell in love right away. Just looking at the pictures so me and the wife make a deal. That if i can get the power wagon she would drive the dakota until we got her durango the following year which would be this year which we did get her durango. It's a two thousand seventeen to wrangle artie. With the all drive well anyways. I get a hold of the owner of the power wagon and tell him i wanna come check it out and i got cash in hand. What will i be expecting when i pick it up a couple things minor mostly. I had to tow it home because it had shot ball joints and leave spraying in. The rear end was broken half but it did drive onto the trailer. Long story short. I got home and got it running. Good with a good car rebuild on stock two barrel carb and the new leaf springs and some much fronted work took my son out for a test drive in it after it was good to go and my son is four now by the way but he looks at me and says dad. I liked this truck. This is my truck right. Made me so happy to hear him. say that. so just for the little man. I will put it in my will for him to take ownership of it after i pass. I currently drive the truck every day. And i love it a really. Don't look any different than what i bought. It either has new. A set of warren locking hubs because locking hubs that were on it were toasted. This truck is a tank is well. I take it on my offroad adventures. Pretty often and i've never had any issues with it. It goes anywhere. I needed to was curious. On one opinion. I wanted from you on the truck. I was thinking about putting four forty big block in it. That i got sitting out back. Let me know you think about that right now. It currently has three eighteen. I enjoy the podcast. It's great keep it up. I've learned interesting cool stuff about a lot of these older mo- pars i wasn't aware of also was curious if you could do an episode one of these days on the power wagon line hoping to give me a mo- par muscle car soon but my driveway is pretty full of mo- pars at the moment. So either i need a bigger driveway or get rid of him part. And i'm not sure if i can put myself to get rid of one of my mo- parcel looks like i gotta make more room. I currently have four parts. Sorry for rambling. Here are some pictures of my mo- par mo- par no car. I stand by that motto. I only own mo- parse thanks austin for sending in your story. I too am a big fan of dodge trucks. As i'm sure you know since he listened to the podcast regularly. I also a fan of the newer durang goes and the older wants to. But i've got a. I've got a little thing for those new durand goes right now especially especially that healthcare wrangle. That is awesome. But i actually thought about getting durango. Rt recently To get rid of my truck. But i kind of decided against it for now winning. Pay my truck off and then probably go get myself a challenger but i can't blame you for like in the trucks and hey man. I'm sorry to hear about the trail duster. It's too bad that your family can work it out ended. The truck was scrapped. That's too bad but hey at least it got you turned on a mo- pars and it's cool that you have some now and as you know i'm a big fan of the tin grills. I'm actually a fan of all dodge trucks. I think they're all pretty cool as far as your question in regards to swapping out your three eighteen for a four forty. I guess you have to ask yourself. You know what your goals are with the truck. You know you can dump a lot of money into a big box man and you know it may not be worth it in the end you could take the three eighteen out and put a warmed up three sixty in its place. You know you could get a three sixty and build it. You could stroke it. It could be a four zero eight strokes and you could throw that in the truck issue. Plenty of power and you know not have to go through the hassle of swapping a big block. 'cause with a big block. You've gotta change a lot of stuff so unless you want to throw a bunch of money at this truck to have a big block truck. I wouldn't let me put this way. If it was me. I would probably build three sixty stroke it out for a weight stroke or something like that. That's what i would do. But hey it's your truck man. I guess like i said it really depends on what you wanna do with the truck but you know if it's a daily driver type situation were maybe just one a little bit more out of it you know. How much power do you want. I guess that's a big question too. If you want nine hundred horsepower goes four stroke it out and you know build the hell out of you want about four hundred horsepower. You can really get it easily out of a three sixty. So i would say three sixty swap. That's me Keep me posted on that project. I'm curious to see which direction you go right austin and actually before i forget you know i'm a fan of gps to i actually have had a couple of myself i do like x. jays i had a ninety one cherokee for a while that was supposed to be my we learn project but i just never got around to it and i ended up horse trading and that's what actually selling that jeep is. Actually what got me to my dark but even before the cherokee i had a two thousand eight jeep wrangler which was a fun. Fun rig but I ended up getting rid of it. And you know i wouldn't consider it one that got away but it definitely was one that i do miss As far as your request for the power wagon episode there will be a power wagon episode. I do want to talk more about the trucks and stuff. There's just an. I've said this millions of times. Now there's just so much to cover in the world of mo- bar but we're going to get to it so twenty. Twenty one is going to be a crazy year. And it's i was really planning on getting to a lot more in the history of mo- parse but you know the direct connections episodes are just so fun for me. I love doing those talking to my buddies and stuff. And i wanted to do more with people that i haven't talked to yet so it's gonna be a good time and we're just gonna we're gonna play it by ear. We're just gonna go with the flow. You know what. I'm saying buddy but thanks for sending in your story austin and keep me posted on your projects and for the record i do like to code is to our next listener. Story is from anthony. Jimenez i hope i pronounced that right. Anthony my apologies. If i did not your story is one of those ones. That i look at them like that is a lot to read. But we're going to give it our best shot here here is anthony's story. Hi chris. my name is anthony jimenez. And i'm a born and raised mo- par freak. I am a new subscriber to your podcast and fan. Great work by the way both on the facebook page and the podcast over my thirty seven years of life. I've had pretty much nothing. But mo- pars from almost being born in my dad's nineteen seventy four plymouth satellite seabourn Let's try that again folks from almost being born in my dad's in one thousand nine hundred eighty four plymouth satellite. See bring plus to having our nineteen seventy-three plymouth duster three forty son. Ricard displayed in a museum in melbourne australia. Boy do i have no stories for you. I've based pretty much my entire social life around cars in caravans so much to the point that i've been the one responsible for the monterey cars and coffee that happens at weathertech. Raceway laguna seca in salinas california. Every other month for the last two years now. So if you'd like to talk cars and more specifically mo- par stories in general than feel free to contact me and let's talk. It's really nice to meet a fellow part. I've been listening to more of your show. And i really liked the platform while i wait for you to hopefully one day contact me so we can ramble on about our moped craziness a levy with the story for your direct connection segment. Just another listener story. I call it the mo- par circle my first vivid. Memory of part is actually my first vivid memory of car in general. I remember sitting on the front fender of my dad's nineteen seventy four dodge charger rally. While he was working on the engine. I must have been around three or four years old at the time. And i remember being amazed by my dad's interaction with this machine. I remember the sound it made when he finally got working. I even remember. This smells from the engine bay. As i sat there watching this engine come to life. The whole thing was like an awakening. And suddenly i wanted more from that point. Forward my experience with my dad's mo- parts were primarily in second person. When i mean is i really just helped him fix the car restore the car service car. And so on point though he sold the seventy four challenger because of emissions regulations at the time and replaced it with the nineteen. Sixty eight dodge charger. Which honestly deserves its own story entirely. Now we fast forward a little bit. And by the time i was fifteen years old. I was itching to get him. Oh part of mount. Of course my pick would have been my dad's nineteen sixty eight dodge charger but that was in the cards so instead the hunt for my first car began. We looked at numerous vehicles in the beginning. Everything from a dilapidated nineteen seventy khuda. A are which in hindsight. I should have gotten any way to mostly. They're nineteen seventy six plymouth duster that are also should have gotten somehow though. I just couldn't see myself in either of those two cars. They didn't feel right. Finally we came across the first candidate. A nineteen sixty five plymouth. Barracuda formula with two seventy three commando engine. This thing had the front disc brakes with a three speed automatic floor. Shifter it was white with a blue interior in the vehicle was honestly probably a survivor. We actually looked at vehicle a few times negotiated price and even settled on a date on which to pick it up. I think at the time the styling of the car really wasn't my thing. It was cool in. Its own way. But i wanted something more muscle car like. Alas it wasn't meant to be problems with the paperwork in the owner being kind of flaky. Pretty much killed that deal. So onto the next contestant my aunt's nineteen ninety-three daily driven chrysler cordova with the very rare console mounted shifter. This thing had the carinthian leather in everything. It was a silver blue color with silver interior and had a landau vinyl top. I love this car. I remember many trips up and down california in this car. And i wanted it so bad but unfortunately the vehicle that was going to replace this car in her stable just simply wasn't going work and so that deal fell through as well so it's time to open door number three and oh man was. I ended this time. The car we looked at ultimately the car they ended up being. My first car was a nineteen sixty six dodge charger. Three eighty three four barrel and at the full length console with four bucket seats and those crazy flip around headlights. Not many people know this but nineteen sixty six. The four forty wasn't available yet. So if you wanted a high-performance charger you either. Had to get the three eighty three four barrel or extra for the hemi. So if you didn't have the cash that three eighty three was your best choice. The car we found was in some old ladies yard a quarter of the way buried in the ground every trim piece in lens busted broken and cracked missing a radiator amongst other odds and ends and of course the windows were down so the interior was exposed to the elements for god knows how long when we approached the lady. She told us to give her two hundred dollars to take it off the lot and so we did. And thus i had my first car we told it to the house which was roughly a block away and promptly began trying to get the thing running again. I would spend the next three years of my life getting this thing on the road and restored and by the time i was in high school i was the only kid the entire city. Perhaps even the county with the nineteen sixty six dodge charger fully restored by me. It was awesome. I had this car for five years after that all through college. I even got married in that thing but it's all things in life. The story with vehicle did not end well and one day. I would find out that somebody wanted it more than i did. I'm so in the process of finding a new home for us and moving on my belongings. I found out that the car had disappeared from a buddy of mine's house with my first love gone nowhere to be found. I had no choice but to move on a couple of years later. Once you know at my aunt's corto would land right on my lap. After making the rounds with the rest of the family the car would end up at my doorstep a little worse for wear both all the character in the world. I tip the car and gave it a new lease on life and began to making my own. Because when i received this car there was no real value to it. I decided i would custom build this thing the way i thought it should have been. These cars were built on the ill-fated j. f. m. and p. body platform which were being mo- pars last true drive cars of the company aside for police models in the eighties. During my time with the cordova. I swapped out the front end for one. Off of nineteen eighty three chrysler imperial with a hidden headlights and the long front end and a few other upgrades all from mo par of the time. Well i was able to enjoy three short years with this car. Unfortunately though emissions laws in california will not allow for this car to exist as it was. And so i had to let it go but not before extracted the engine and a few other things for the next project that i might stumble into later after about a year. I had seen a cool little a body for sale on craigslist near my town. I've always been curious about owning a body but never really had the chance. So i went to go. Check it out. Once you know at the car was in nineteen sixty five plymouth barracuda with a v. Eight the car was not running but the body was in decent shape. It had a lot of character and was nowhere near perfect. It was exactly what i was looking for. But the guy wanted four thousand dollars for the car and i honestly didn't have the money. I just wanted to see the car. So when i finally met the guy and saw the car for myself he had asked what i thought of the vehicle. I was very honest and told him that. I wasn't there to waste his time. I just wanted to see what the car looked for myself. I told him that. I did not have enough money for what he wanted and thanked him for his time. As i started walking away he said here's the thing i'm moving away tomorrow and i just found out today my mom's moving out too so i won't have anywhere to put this car. So the bottom line is how much do you have on you. I told them. I'm not sure and i asked him how much he would take to which he told me. Give me two thousand dollars and it's yours. That's how much i paid for it so at least break even without missing a beat i went to my bank to two thousand dollars which was probably more than i can afford and made a deal and that is the vehicle i have now. It wasn't until a couple of days later. When i finally told the vehicle home that my father saw for the first time. He reminded me of how we looked at nineteen sixty five barracuda just like this one before. We bought the chargers my first car. It's then i realized. I had in a weird way. Come full circle. The craziest thing is almost every part that i had to put this card together again and get this car running reports that i've taken off both the charger and the cordova so in a strange way. This car is in amalgamation of all my classic mo- parts that i've owned over the years. A frankin fish if you will. It's been two years since. I've had this car running using mechanical pieces. I had to adapt from. I sixty six charger and the engine electrical system for my cordova. It's been an awesome project. And i've learned a lot earlier body parts of beast all their own. I hope to keep this car for as long as i live. And continuing my mo- par odyssey. Thanks for reading my story. Let me know if you liked it. Because i have many more and i hope you give me a call so we can go over some more mo- par stories. My number's four one five six Just kidding anthony. I'm not going to give your phone number out buddy. You did say that you wanted to hear from me soon. I'm sorry it's been a while it's been far too long. This has been sitting on the shelf along with a few others. And i feel really bad about that. So here's what i'm gonna do. You've heard me talk about wanting to go live on facebook and youtube. Here's my offer to you and anybody else interested in talking parts with me you can come on the show live when i go live as long as you have set of headphones and a computer with a microphone built in or external or even a phone. I believe a phone will work to as long as you have headphones or earbuds you can come onto talking mo- parts with me live and we can talk. You can tell me your stories that way. I don't have to stumble through reading. Because i'm horrible. At reading stories especially the long ones buddy. But i love the story. I think it's great and you know it is funny that you went full circle. That's really cool. I'm glad you ended up with an early body to for some reason. I just don't think those cars get enough love. I think they're really cool. And i really think it's cool that you gave that cordova second lease on life. I think that's awesome. You know those j. f. m. and p. bodies they don't get enough love. I mean i haven't even given them enough love on this podcast so those are definitely on the list. We're gonna be talking about here. Probably wanna say soon but you never know what this podcast for all. I know all next year. I'm going to be doing direct connections. I was just talking to other people so Maybe i'll have an expert of those bodies on and we'll talk to them about but who knows. Thanks for sending in your story man and once again i apologize. It's been on the shelf for far too long along with so many of these other stories. So i'm going to do my best to get to them and i can't wait to talk to you guys live on talking mo- parse thanks anthony for sharing your story about the franken fish. Oh and one last thing the jobs suck and there's a special place in hell for all car thieves but anthony the good news. Is you finally got yourself barracuda. And it sounds to me like it's not going anywhere. Our next listener story comes to us from boise. Idaho from a guy. Named tanner volt here. Is tanner story. Amen nuclear podcast but definitely a fan wanted to share. My story grew up in caldwell idaho being surrounded by old iron. My stepdad is huge bar guy so naturally so am i. He has a couple seventy challengers a seventy charger. Five hundred and while growing up multiple different. Be a nc bodies. My first car was a sixty nine satellite that actually ended up having to trade for a daily driver. Toyota pick-up trust me. It still hurts to think about that. I feel like my story is pretty usual in common. But now that i've done a little growing up i've actually obtained some that. I've kept my mo- par. Love is a little strange. But i feel like it is the definition of muscle car in sleeper. I have a ninety five dodge neon that i put an s. Rt four engine cars ugly but put together well and hurts a lot of feelings. Cars went eleven thirty seven one thirty one hundred percent stock long block and an old hand-me-down turbo i recently picked up seventy five duster in seventy nine ram charger. Mopus runs through my blood. But i appreciate on your podcast that you don't chastise the oddity mo- pars guy. My dream car is at seven challenger but they are so incredibly expensive and they are all getting expensive. One day i will end up with my seventy but for now i have too few my internal fire and run my neon my duster. Ps four forty almost ready to go in the duster. Thanks for your podcast. I listen to it while i take weld in my shop. That old performance out of boise idaho. I build anything in everything in love. Every minute of it i find myself doing a lot of s. Rt for stuff. Because well. i love being a bar. Guy is not a choice. it's not something. I could stop. It drives my whole life and drives my wife crazy. Thanks for u. p. s. You don't have to share this on your show but if you would like you absolutely can. I'm not trying to endorse my shop. So you can leave that part out but anyways thanks for everything you talk about show makes me smile feel validated. Hey tanner thanks for the story and for the kind words man. I really appreciate it. I'm a mo- par guy too. I i have no problems with the ons. I actually like neons. You know a lot of guys a lot of the hardcore old school guys you know they they just hate front wheel drive mo- parts for some reason i don't know why I like them all. I'm actually a fan of the eighties. Turbomeca cars and you know i take it s. rt four neon any day. you know. they're fast. I've known a couple of guys with them. And i never scoff at a dodge neon. You know especially this. Rt fours and i really liked the older ones that are s rt for like yours. I think it's really cool. You sent me the picture of your neon and got the peeling paint but it looks bad ass on the drag slicks skinny outback. It's so cool and eleven thirty seven at one thirty man. i remember when in the front wheel drive world. Eleven thirty seven you know would be considered you know magazine cover fast. You know what. I mean when all the front wheel drive imports. Were breaking into the twelve's people were losing their minds. You know that was back in the mid to late nineties. But i think it's cool and you gotta performance shop. That is awesome. And you're welder. That is something that. I just. Don't have the skills to do I have welded before in the past. But you know that was back in high school. And i haven't welded since i want to get back into it but it's one of those. It's an art you know. I'm sure you can attest to that. And hey if you're a welder. Man i need a cage in my yard. I need a bunch of metal work on my heart. So maybe i can take it over to that. Old performance in boise idaho. And you can help me out. But thanks for sending in your story and don't worry about being an sat four guy you know. You're mo- par guy that's something to be proud of. And hey your first car was a sixty nine satellite. that's awesome. You had to get rid of it for toyota. But that's okay you know we won't beat you up to about that because you're making up for it by saving other cars and you know. Hey i think everybody's dream job is to have a performance shop so that's cool man. I really appreciate you sending in your story. And i look forward to seeing some more work out of your shop so anybody. That's in the northwest area. That needs some work done or has s rt four or just need some fabrication. Go checkout volt. Performance out of boise. Idaho and tanner. I hope i'm saying that right. If i'm not feel free to correct me buddy. Thanks for in your story. This next listener story comes to us from logan mulligan and it had been so long since logan semi me his first story that he actually sent me an update on it so once again to everybody. Logan tanner anthony and everyone else. Who's story. i read so late in the game after they sent it. I apologize moving forward. I'm going to try to be much better about it. Okay let's get into logan story. Hey chris so message you. I believe it was saturday telling you i was picking up my seventy two plymouth duster my dream car. I'll start by how i got into mo- part specifically ap's. I got into the platform. Because of my dad. When i was about three or four. He had a seventy two plymouth. Duster three forty four speed in sublime green car was an absolute blast to be in but he sold it so we could get a camper to do more family things in ever since that day. I've always wanted to duster well. That dream became reality. But here's the crazy hassle. I went through three years ago. I bought a nineteen sixty five. Amc rambler classic wagon for a thousand bucks. Didn't run in sitting for years. I got running the next day and used it as a weekend driver. Going to car shows. Till i sold it last week friday two years before that about a crotch rocket when my mom was in europe on a business trip she owns a travel agency. She wasn't too happy when i posted a picture of it in the living room. But anyway back to the story. I started looking around to find a nice seventy two seventy two duster for at least three to four years. When finally found a couple a seventy one duster that needed a good amount of work over in detroit and a seventy two over in south dakota. The needed more work than i could handle as soon as i was about to give up my search and just keep the wagon and the bike. I found a duster. That was close. And was a great project car to start off with a nineteen seventy-two plymouth duster slant. Six autocar no rest brand new interior and was running and driving. I sold the bike to a buddy of mine which then crashed the same day going home. Ll now time to sell the wagon. The guy wanted to meet up saturday with the other guy was. The duster only had time saturday morning. So i rented a u. Haul trailer borrowed my buddies truck and took the car up to him friday night after work. Boom sold the wagon and now had plenty of money to buy duster called another busy friend of mine who has seventy three dart sport. Three forty four speed car with factory moon roof to come with seven. Am saturday morning. Hit and we drove down to a town called prophets town in illinois two and a half hours from milwaukee wisconsin. When i first saw the car. I got super excited and saw how clean it really was talked to. The owner found build sheets any verified the miles on it since he's had the car for over twenty five years fifty. Six thousand original miles went into his office to agree on price. He was asking way too much originally. He was asking eighty five hundred dollars for the car. But i got him down to sixty five hundred and we made the deal. Loaded up the car and truck back to milwaukee i was going to get the slant six running better but i knew of an eighty five two wheel drive ram the head of three eighteen seven twenty seven combo i could use the guy who owned the was the same guy about the amc from so. I called him up asking how much he wanted for the drive train. He told me three hundred bucks. And i can have the whole truck. I haven't even on the car for a week. And i'm already ripping the car. So i can install the engine and drive train into it. A couple of my fellow mope part buddies are helping me out by. Give me a va k. Member out of a seventy two duster three three-quarter rear end and some other goodies for the car. So we can enter the car into a no prep ten eighty index class. June of twenty twenty one. I'll keep you updated on the build process of the car along the way the podcast is something. I look forward to every single week to listen to it. Works keep up the good work thanks logan. Ps if anyone needs seven and a quarter and a slant six engine combo. I'll sell for cheap. Ll and to help my mom out with business. If you need to plan a vacation talk to carey mulligan at bon voyage world travel experts the numbers to sixty five fourteen. Twenty twenty two teller logan sent you. Thanks logan for sending in your story. And i'm sure your mom will thank you for the plug. I don't know how many of us guys can afford to go on vacation because we're mo- bar guys but you never know You also sent me an update. So let's get into your update before. I respond to your awesome story so update on my seventy two project. I sent an email about a while back. I bought an eight and three quarter. End out of a seventy one for five hundred bucks then. A buddy of mine has a seven. Twenty-seven transit needs a rebuild. He selling to me for seventy five bucks and just scored an entire three sixty la engine for free. Yes you read that right for free. He wanted to donate it to me because he's excited to see twenty four to twenty five year old kid building a duster. I also have to get prepped. And ready wants this. Wisconsin winter hits for body and pain and also a cage and other miscellaneous things as well. Just thought i'd give you an update. Bud thanks logan malkin a logan. Thanks for sending your story buddy. Sorry it took me so long to get to it. I think it's awesome that you know. Your dad had a seventy two duster and that you know gave you such good memories that you wanted for yourself so you made that happen man. And that's really cool. I think eight bodies are great cars and it's refreshing to me to see so many people into bodies there's so many people like there's a hierarchy of mo- parr staff and it's like be bodies e bodies and then you got a bodies see bodies and then f j m you know and the list goes on so it's really refreshing to see so many people that are still in day bodies you know when you go on facebook and you look at all the body groups Thinking yourself okay good. I'm not the only one. You know what i mean because a lot of us a lot of mo- park is we really don't have the money to get those hemi kudos and those hemi challengers and you know the super birds the daytonas the supervie's the chargers you know so we gotta make what we got and or what we can afford and you know some people just love bodies so that's always cool to hear and you know. Sounds like you got an awesome project on your hands. Doing no prep is a little crazy. But you know i enjoy watching it. But i don't know if. I would be willing to risk my car doing no prep but hey whatever floats your boat. I will Cheer you on the whole time. And i really want to see the progress of this car because there's something about an a body race car. They're really gets my engine revving. You know what i mean. I love a body race cars. I think they're awesome. And every time. I see duster or a dart sport or a demon or dart or an earlier barracuda either. The first jenner. The second gen barracuda's. I think it's awesome to see those things at the tracks so keep up the good work man and keep me updated on it. I can't wait to hear and see what you end up doing with this car. Thanks for sending in your story. All right folks i think. That's it for emailed stories. I think i finally caught up. I'm not one hundred percent sure but my brain is dead from reading right now. So what are we gonna do is. I'm going to get into the voice messages. That i have stockpiled because i have those two and over the next week. I'm going to double check to make sure. I got all of the emailed stories in so i will update you guys on that. But if you still haven't heard your story feel free to drop me a line and say hey man you ever read my story yet hand. I will see if it's somewhere lost in the pile. But i think that's it Let's go ahead get into. These voice mails because there's a few of them are first voice mail messages. Come from tad. Here are tad's messages. my name is pat. I just wanted to let you know. I started listening to your podcast. A couple of weeks back just looking for something different to look look at and listen to Just recently Within the last five years got into having my own though pars I grew up with that. Had plymouths and dodges and chrysler. There's my whole life. Unfortunately when i was younger wasn't much into cars and didn't go as much so Let a couple of his go. That i wish i would say for my first car but Anyway i wanted to say great podcast My current project that i'm working on the nineteen sixty nine numbers matching superbeet Got it up the east coast and over the last couple of years have Kind of taught myself and done all the metalwork. I've replaced the entire trunk of quarter panels. The wheel tubs. door pillars front and rear the upper cow in the front Luckily the undersides pretty solid nothing to do there but had the engine completely rebuilt in the transmission redone Just slowly plugging away the body work and trying to finish up so i can Paint it anyway asked mike. My current project Had a sixty five dr. Also that i worked on for about two years ended up putting eight and three quarter and that with a sugar up and then Put a three forty five point nine magnum manacles. Some dual forty delta flow masters but Sold out recently. A refocus on the soupy but Great show love listening to an always looking for the shows where they mentioned super vs as wealth cars minds a three eighty three automatic. But we'll get it done and get it out there. I haven't seen any supervie's in i in any of the car shows near where i live in southern california so i'm excited to get it done and get it out there anyway. Great show man. Thanks for putting it on and look forward to future episodes chris tat again him another message virgin another segment of about three minutes on here so anyway ad mentioned that growing up. My dad had mot cars. My grandpa all he ever had was dodge trucks growing up. Unfortunately when i was younger. I didn't know as much about cars but Couple of cars might that at he had a sixty five baracouda s that he has purchased to drive back and forth to work. And i don't know a few months into work. They gave him work hard. See my grandma's barn for about a year and then after that sold it you said for seven hundred dollars I'm kicking myself. That i wasn't around to have him move onto that It was red x cheerier red interior. I think i have a picture of it with you. My mom when they're under twenty's trip Another car he had. When i was a little older and knew about seventy three duster. I think it was a six Sky blue white stripe down the side and the blue interior Again he had that. When i was probably nine or ten. And if i would've known then what i do now. I would've told him the whole thing and keep it from my first car but again he sold out. I think for about seven hundred dollars. Perfect conditions. He took really good care of his cars Another car was eighty. Nine ram charger. I think he drove that thing for fifteen years and we turned it in dodge guys said it would never get the the the lot you'd like somebody who's gonna take this thing up to work here an immaculate condition but anyway long history mo par. I'm just getting started in the last five years. But i'm having a great time for the super bee and hoping to get that thing out here soon but anyway thanks again for the show. Love hearing everyone's stories. Learn from from your podcast. thanks so much. Hey chris this is tad again. I called yesterday a couple of times. But i was Trying to move along so quickly to meet free outline. That i totally forgot the most important part of my life My first car man. I wanted that fifty seven chevy two door on the corner dirt lot for twenty five hundred dollars. My dad said nope. You're going to be working on that thing all the time and a little video. That's what i wanted to do but did not get that and ended up looking through some of the honest reiter magazines looking at eight vs all those things and a little bit too much for my dad so we settled on a nineteen eighty four dodge daytona term mosey automatic Metallic maroon silver autumn around the bottom Black leather seats man. Thing was awesome. I drove it all through high school and shortly after high school but At one point the turbo out on it that was pretty expensive to replace and then My dad actually made seat covers for it. Lived in arizona and black letter on your legs is not very fun. So cover those leather seats up to in perfect condition I think when i was about nineteen or twenty Coming back from the car show one day out late how to and then starts to wobble. I decided to get off the freeway. See a handful of ball bearings rolling up the off. Ramp is part of me turns out the joints were shot So back to town. And gosh if i only do then what i know now i would have changed those joints myself but we ended up not fixing it because it was gonna cost too much and sold the entire car which was in great condition to a junkyard for three hundred and fifty dollars so those perfect leather seats went to the junk yard behold car don van. That's one car. I wish i could have back right now anyway. Totally forgotten about the most important one. When i called yesterday but anyway thanks again for the show listening to it now. Hey chris this is touted again. I left a couple of other messages. Kinda overviews of all the cars have had in cars. My dad and grandpa had just listening to a couple of other Listener stories and figured i had some stories related. Each one of the cars one. I'm thinking about today is my very first car. When i turned sixteen which was the nineteen eighty four dodge daytona turbo z and the turbo z was called right there on that silver rear bumper. At least until i got rear ended and that got destroyed and mike my car back from the shop. That's the first thing i look for. And no turbo z on the bumper. At that point. I think it was probably eighty nine when that happened Anyway they could not give that servizi bumper anymore to To repair it. replace it but Yeah have the car if you high school and i mean like a couple of guys instead. It wasn't the fastest car but founded pretty mean and You know there are a couple of guys in high school that went. Call me out and wanna raise me. And not knowing really anything i told them. Maybe after school and ratio and you know they would never show up. So i kinda come down to the win I remember a few times a learning the car when it was. That's her kickin. And i remember driving around and kind of taking it easy off the line but when i got right around twenty five miles an hour if i hammered it spend the turbo kick in that thing dropped a year and take off so fast Has called it burns up the first turbo. I learned later that someone will be that you car off or before you shut it off to let it idle for a little bit to let people oil train out of the turbo. I'm i don't even know if that's true or not but that's what told me I don't know a couple of other things my god got. The pain was pretty sunbaked on the rough. A lot of the clear co stealing off. serve member i I was working at a grocery store and saved up just enough money. I think it was three hundred fifty dollars while. Initially i was gonna try to fly back in business and family ohio but it was between that and get my car repaired at the little girl. Shy maybe. It was mako. One of those two anyway. My dad said you know what you paid for the car. Get your airplane ticket. So drop the car off. Before i left for my drift and When i got home and then they pulled up thing out and have that nice shiny metallic maroon paint on top and silver around. The sturt just looked awesome Unfortunately a couple of years by and started feeling and coming up again so Anyway i think i told you. The story drove it out to her car. Show lake havasu and on the way back lost the cv joints and and chris. I got hung up on their. Hey i just finished up real quick Sucking up the daytona Anyway lost a cv joints coming back from a car. Show it so back at. It looked at my dad. Decided it was going to be too much fixed so We take Income by salvage yard and sold it for three hundred and fifty dollars which looking back now. Thanks to be wanna right. Because i wish i had that car back again. Not the most amazing but my first and Definitely lana memories and the the backseats down to and can definitely fit person. Line anymore. That story anyway. thanks like this Hey chris tad again get some more my stories out Next one sixty five. Gt to seventy three eighty thirty one to two barrel but anyway Was looking for another car. And someone locally reached out that they had this car and their barnes and sit there for a long time. If i wanna car might as well come and get theirs. They wanted seven hundred dollars for it so ran over. This was two thousand seventeen thousand eighteen Giving over open the barn doors and there were sitting my Sixty five thirty t- Just roasted paint on the sally blue. That looked great now Originally the car was was way with them and talent flu interior Which i think would have been cool but anyway listen to candy cane trim on the front Off flat tires locked up. Three eighteen in it Hey land. I bought it. I figured out a little bit of stuff into it. Get ryan driving. And then i'll play with it for a little wound eventually. Sell it while you know that goes at bought it and pulled out eighteen search for everything for correct you avenue. Three you got that. In their came across a nineteen seventy-one three forty that have been sitting creighton. Someone yard for years ended up finding for two hundred bucks. It's fun so i pulled that apart Put all new stuff on that. Rebuilt it hold out the to seventy three dropped in the three forty Piece together in a body three-quarter rear end with a three point two sure grip on it. swapped out the master cylinder dual master cylinder rebuilt the whole front and practice for the very first time. My car painting skills on it was came out pretty well Anyway got it all back together and it has little bugs here and there but realizing pulling way too much time and money away from a superbeets so Recently sold that but learned a ton off of it then a ton. I working on engines doing conversions. Tainting just everything so anyway that was You five darts. Stories is a really cool backstory history to the car that i'll try to leave on another message. I can fill up your entire machine here but anyway in general that's the sixty five. Gt things. but chris again again Jeez i always feel rush. Try and get everything in three minutes but anyway Wanted to finish that stories so when they have mentioned so Auto matic nine four. La cable shift or shift or Those cables these leg razi man. I tried to look up stuff for that car and a lot of one year old. We i think gables were like five hundred dollars for cable so that it was the housing that was leading actually work so i just bought a big coil of transmission. Who live line. And she's the entire cable again. Full of mine worked stopped all ended up putting a deep dish town on it with Plug on having to pull out as well Quickly the story by the cars apparently in the nineties guy or these bercy burst of using five zero one of nice to have one that i have resorted ended up selling book guy. I got from nine. Los angeles modern up there couple years later they came back up for sale again and the guy that i got the car from brought him back to his house and ended up selling. There was a white one away when ella guy. Here's will vote part love signing valley laver's He bought it restored within done. Well jumped ahead of years. I bring my into slow car. You know and the guy walks up and says the green dark. It was in zones. Those garage missed. Yep he's like man. I have a sister that guard and He just loved it. He loved looking around biggest thing that he said. Let's great back. i'm really good. And he said he would probably end getting far crushed or something. And i had somebody bring his down and get them back together again but Anyway back and forth between different cities counties and people and here. We are came back together again. Both those did something back. let's really on that story Plus hockey against you gear. You have story on my sixty-nine nine super v tadic today. I listen to some of the five cast. I can't believe i forgot looking cars. He had growing up my dad. Big flynn brezler najd guy. We had a my mom. I don't lance her for a long time. I can't growth. we had it I think i've got the dodge dynasty. I think if i remember correctly and that your way bunch of back all the way up to the early eighties. I've been around in our limit for a station. Wagon with would green stickers on nine april routes together. The smaller thirteen papers already worrying. Load up the back of the station wagon and i sit back there but the backlash jovan driving around delivering newspapers and You know thinking back now. That was probably the most dangerous thing to do. Because if you remember holding my breath and getting headaches and knowing what i know now i'm surprised my carbon monoxide poisoning My brother also had a limit sundance his first yar for highschool the thing for a bunch of years think breaking down and we sold to the junk yard but anyway and full of other ours That we had growing up kip. Forgotten them on the Act as one of the other view that we had. I'm not sure if they're gonna be together of if anyone. Hopefully you get to enjoy them. I'll talk to you later. And chris had again. I'm gonna keep leaving messages. Come home and the kids aren't interrupted me but Thought of another cool story my Best friend who across the street from me We were in sixth grade and seventh grade. Time but He moved in. I remember looking back now. His mom's drive this whole white four door car. I'm realizing now it was a sixty seven or sixty eight. Four door cornet but Just just a basic cornet but it was funny because parents would leave all the time on trips or go out for the night or something like that and He was from back in nebraska on farm. He was used to driving so he would call me over some nights when they leave and he'd say go hopping my mom's car and go cruise around the neighborhood. So you know we'd hop in this old cornet in cruise around their neighborhood and probably one of the things began get on corners and he was just hammer that thing and And i had been in three eighteen. I guess but he'd have enough thing man and we'd spend the tires from slide around corners If it's funny though when we took it we would always put something behind the back wheel to know exactly where we need to come back and park it again so his mom would know that we took it You know looking back now. They do and they probably noticed. Tires slowly going ball but anyway another great Great story more personal from growing up takers tat again. Leave another message. This is gonna be related to my sixty nine super v Like me charlet you. I should say I travel a lot for work. I'm a physical therapist. Go to people's homes but Because of that. I get access in the backyards and houses and garages and all kinds of places that you just can't the From the street so anyway. I see a lot of cars. A buddy of mine was in buying cars and selling cars. So i sent him pictures and stuff every once in a while and when he asked me. What's your dream car said well Superbeets used to love the things. When i was a kid. I had this toy when i was five years. Old back in the seventies was all ripcord cars. Pull the cord out and the metal wheel spins and you let them go and had a set had do johnson you jump them and hit them together and they pieces with fly off and one of them was a lime green. mo- par. I can't remember exactly what lime green with a black stripe in the back. I remember that. But anyway i tell them that one day the next day he calls me and says i think i found your dream car and i'm like oh gosh. I don't know how serious it was. on that. But shows sixty nine superbeing numbers matching three eighty three out of seven twenty seven and ninety six package. So i'm like all right. It's on ebay is got like two weeks ago on the On the auction. So i watched it go from five thousands of two like eight thousand in the last twenty four hours so i put in eighty one hundred thinking how the thing is the last five minutes. Someone's gonna outfit you take it. And i watched glock kicked down zero and screen pop up and say congratulations. You won and there was a mixture of excitement and fear. I was like holy crap. I just bought another car. I gotta sell something now so Things in new jersey's allies will have to figure out being Toll sight unseen So moving ahead like by the car all taking care of your shifting figured out in. I'm there with a slap vegetables in my house in the middle of the night unloading into my garage. And even then i'm thinking of my garage. I think they're probably new inches between the only car. Garage door shutting but That's kind of how story started and that was five years ago. Think but i wasn't end zone actually started carrying into it and even the day that it showed up your shot right is one of the arms of iran was rusted off and it down correctly. I mean the bottom of the quarter of about six were and continuing the superbeets story Anyway i keep looking at more mowers six panels or john I mean there's a why to yellow the black stripe black interior black vinyl roof wishing statement gone time and on the right side sailed over the meets the quarter panel. You know typical russell. Someone full razor. I maybe to look inside but Anyway complete car everything. There wasn't missing. Anything an aftermarket or a An air conditioning system put on it from one the dealerships which have all the paperwork and the cards of warranty card for mark five air conditioning unit. that on the amount that they come on the front gotta section out of the lower lip of the intake or the air the near meter to make it sit in there and i think second heavy ninety six to make it look close. So that's bummer but then sticks Anyway like i said it's that for two and a half years more actually broke into it so i'm a. I'm a long land to replace them. All border towns and trunk to try. Extensions meal hubs complete driver's side floor front section of the passenger floor. The upper cowl all that stuff been replaced. now. I'm not just going to patch up doors and get ready to finally throw some primer on it so Anyway i think something to my life. Unexpected there really did not expect to win Body and my eighty one hundred for a number snatching. Please car I guess pretty. Good deal is Twenty seven three point two three your river and And other than that free basic the ninety six pretty basic package but for me it's Gonna be restored. I think i'm gonna go more towards daily driver than they for thankful on you scared and drive it around Anyway swear you my story on the superbeet. Thanks chris Tat here called a couple of clubs messages as listening to your podcast with johnny far. And did you said you can get one of those deals. Where like hundred dollars from. It reminded me of another car. I forgot about Working yucca valley. Which is your josh jury of high desert. Johnny go far but Nina guy. I just house out in the desert and we're talking to this stuff around no projects and i need a couple of kurt from i sixty five and he says i got this Sixty six dollars outlined my house ear in the dirt. He's said not give you the whole thing hundred bucks wanted and i thought to myself holy crap so anyway. We're just starting our my visit with him. So i know. I how about another forty five minutes before out in and look at this car however the whole time i'm standing there. I'm just like itching to get out of the house but anyway. I walk out. You know buying a house there. And they're sitting in the sand on on all four tires air with us. Sixty six four door lemon value Was slant sex You know pretty basic car but hundred percent complete. I mean not not gingrich ends on the thing I walked back in. And i'm like seoul no unfortunately and We got everything. Set up our back and y'all nineteen seventy-one one three forty great out there. So i talked to her a little bit into getting complete engines for one hundred dollars brought that home cleaned up. That's actually went in my sixty five yard but Not working those areas anymore. Kinda miss not being able to look and see what slate around people's yards but hey away to save up that got my hundred dollar over. Who has i enjoy our Five minutes even. Hey dad thanks for sending in your stories. You are a record holder. Now use sent me the most stories. I have ever gotten and that's awesome man. You're making me laugh. I thought it was great. You really made my day right there. And you know i have to. I have to comment on this because it really you know it said something to me. That really made me stop and think about my podcast. And all of who. I consider my friends that listen to it. If you're listening to this podcast right now and you've been listening to it for a while and you keep coming back. I consider you a friend. You know. I mean i wouldn't wanna sit and listen to somebody talk that i didn't like you know. So we can call each other friends here tad reached out to me wondering about this episode episode number fifty eight because normally i released episodes on mondays and sometimes tuesdays. I think the latest. I've ever done was wednesday. I am finishing this up on thursday. And i'm hoping to have it out for everybody on friday and you reached out to me an emailed me and said that you just wanted to make sure all right because it was unlike me to not release an episode. You haven't heard from a couple of weeks so you know. Hey matt thank you. I really appreciate that. I know i replied to you in the email and i said thank you but i want you to hear it again. Here on the podcast. Thanks a lot man. That really meant a lot. I appreciate that. Now let's let's let's not get all mushy here all right Let's get in your stories. Man twelve messages. Oh my god. That's gotta be. That is the record you you have. You are the most prolific i mean. Let's just say what it is. You're you're a serial voice messenger and that's awesome. I think it's great. Hey man did you ever talk to your mom about delivering newspapers in that station wagon that he probably could have got carbon monoxide poisoning. That was pretty funny man. I'm glad you're all right. Of course. But i thought that was funny on. No one ever thinks of those things. Things were so much simpler in our youth but It was really cool to hear your story about your first car. You know the eighty four turbo z. And it's funny because you know you've heard my story about my dad's eighty five and i know i've mentioned are little collection of from wheel. Drive cars that we have hand. I don't know if i actually specified that one of the daytonas. My dad has is an eighty four. Turbo z in the color combination. That you speak of the maroon on top of the silver on the bottom so that was really cool. I thought that was awesome man. It's sad what happened to the car but you know i guess we'll have to check that one up for you as the one that got away. You know what i mean. But you're super b project. Sounds really cool. One of those cars. That's on my bucket list of cars. I want to own some day. Really awesome you talking about your brothers. Plymouth sundance really struck a chord with me because my dad had an eighty eight plymouth sundance and it had the worst paint job. It flaked you drive down the road and paint would just flake off this thing and it was so bad that the way that the paint was peeling it looked like a whole flock of seagulls flew over this car in just crapped. All over it in the pattern that the paint was peeling. It looked exactly like bird crap and so embarrassed riding around that car getting dropped off at school my god. I'll never forget that. But you know if i could go back to my young young self and go. Hey par hold your head. High young man. I would never done that but Still funny that release struck a chord in brought back some funny memories for me but You know it's funny. You were mentioning Being able to splice all these messages together that you send me. But i never doubt my ability to piece together these messages okay I did think it was funny. When you're talking about people challenging you to race and you considered it a win when they didn't show up that's funny. That is something i would do. You know what i mean. It was really nice to hear your passion for that daytona and it really comes out in your story. So that's that's awesome man. I have those same passions for my mo- pars and you know. I hope that. I only have one that got away. You know when it's all said and done when i'm taking my last breath. I hope that. I only had one mo part that really truly got away and that was my two thousand one dodge ram twenty five hundred with the cummins turbo diesel in it. Black short bed extended cab. I loved that truck man. I miss it every day. It was just really fun and it had a leveling kit on it so it wasn't a does or anything like that but it was really cool. I liked that truck. I miss it but let's see. What else were you talking about you your barn. Find the sixty five dr. That's pretty cool. I liked the. I liked that story. You know it's always fun finding a barn find. You know as long as it's a legitimate barred find around here talking about bars. We don't call barn barn finds unless there are found in a barn. I'm just joking but the super b. It's really cool. Because i've always wanted to buy a car on ebay and i don't know how many people have actually talked to that have done that you know. Maybe a few but it sounds like an exhilarating thing. Because i've been to in person and that is like a rush. I don't know. Maybe it's the addictive personality that have or something. But i love auctions and man if i ever had enough money to play with on ebay. I'd probably by all sorts of fun stuff. You know what i mean. Sometimes i go on there and just look from mo- par memorabilia and stuff because that's all i can afford but of course i got the cars and then i'm like god i would bid on that one i did on that one bid on all of them. You know what. I mean but very cool stories man. One thing that you said that really bothered me was you're talking about the hundred dollar valiant and you just glossed over the two hundred dollar three forty you know. Every time i see at three forty. It's at least four figures you know thousand bucks and up Two hundred bucks for a three forty is a steel. You know what i mean. I don't think anybody would argue with that. Except for maybe johnny moped because he gets all his cars for under a hundred bucks but Very cool man You did mention something about you. Know part of your job is your going to places that a lot of people. Just don't see everyday you know tucked away neighborhoods and things like that atten being a garbage man. That's one of the best parts of might that is the best part of my job. Also that and what's funny is a lot of my friends at work. Know that i love so much that i i mean multiple times a week. I have guys sending me pictures of cars. They see on their routes in a couple of guys newer drivers. So they're not used to all the routes so they're seeing all these cars some of the routes. I have done apparently. Because i haven't seen some of these cars and so it's it's really cool getting the messages from my buddies at work. Like hey seeing this or check this one out. So that's that's the best part about having a job where you're not stuck in an office or even in a shop all day you know the good thing about people's trashes you're out and about and you get to see you know these cars tucked away so that's a good thing for me but You know it's not the cleanest or or best smelling job but it pays the bills and buys me a little bit of mo- par stuff you know what i mean but great stories man Like i said. I think you absolutely have the record for most voice messages. Ever left on talk. You mo- pars and that is perfectly okay. I am not mad annoyed or anything. I thought it was great. I thought it was funny. Hand for all of you listening out there. Take take a page out of tad's book. It is okay to leave me multiple voice messages. And you don't even have to worry about saying anything about it. Just leave the messages. You know as long as i can see whose number it is. So i can't see names or anything like that but if i see the same number i know it's you it's all right you don't have to. You don't have to warn me about another message or anything. Although i thought that was funny to add it really made me laugh man But just don't feel don't feel bad for leaving me multiple voice messages. Enjoy it you know why. Because it's less reading that i have to. Do you know once. I get one story out and i read it and it wasn't a train wreck that tells me that the rest are going to be trained wrecks because i just after a couple of 'em just beat i just cannot read. I don't know what it is but anyways thank you so much for sending in your stories. That was a fun. That was a fun twelve message extravaganza tad but if you have any more stories feel freeman you know the number two zero nine twenty eight mo par and you know what tad you just help me create title for this episode episode number fifty eight. The one year anniversary listener story extravaganza episode. So thanks buddy and thank you to everybody that has sent me their story or share their story or come on the show over the past year. It's been a blast. There's two more stories that i have the voice message. But i'm gonna save those for next week. One is from jeremy from san diego and the other from nathan in north carolina. I'm going to get to you guys on episode number fifty nine that way i have a couple of stories to share on the next episode and that my friends was the one year anniversary listener stories. Extravaganza there you have my friends. Another episode of talking mope. Ours is in the books. Thanks for joining me. On this one year anniversary listeners stories extravaganza show hopefully the first of many anniversary shows. I hope this podcast continues for many many years to come now. I mentioned at the beginning of the podcasts. That has special announcement that announcement is that next week. Either friday or saturday. Johnny moped and i will be going live on facebook and youtube. So if you've ever wanted to be part of the show you can comment live and interact with myself in johnny moped. You're so be sure to tune into that More on that to come. Just pay attention to my social media's and i'll be announcing the day and the time for that so look forward to that and stay tuned for more information about this podcast or listening subscribe to the show please visit talking mo- parts dot com and don't forget that you can send your stories questions comments complaints suggestions and everything else on your mobile addicted mind to chris at talking mo- parse dot com or leave me a voice message on my voice box at 200 nine twenty eight mo par to hear yourself on this. Show my friends. If you've ever been looking for a cool way to support the show and get something cool at the same time. Be sure to visit the talking. Mo- parts merged shop there. You can find cool things. Like t shirts hoodies stickers mugs and more. It's a great way to help the show and get some cool stuff at the same time. So go to talking mo- parts dot com and follow the link to the merch shop. That's it my friends until we talk again. I am your host chris. Albrecht and that was talking. Mo- parks thank you for listening to talking about parts your director next into all things until next time. Remember no more par left behind.

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The Tom Dupree Show. 10-31-20HOUR1

"Thing is a paid program on six. Thirty wwl is the pre show on newsradio. Six thirty wwl and wwl dot com. Well kinda i guess you know a have you not been off on your shade. You know where to put the golf off spacious. Just welcome to the. Tom duprey showed this week. Joining us is congressman. Andy bar in the home. Stretch of campaigned for november thirds election. We really appreciate him joining us. And i'm going to throw it over to tom so we can get it on the road. Take it over tom. Okay andy you know the drill tom. Depre- show so. Where do you want to start. Well it's great to be with you. I i love this part of the campaign season you get to visit with constituents in france and meet up with people It's a little different. Obviously tobin era crisscrossing the district Safeway with the mask and Going to Lawrenceburg today and then from lawrenceburg the flemings burke so From the western part of the district to the eastern part of the district and up even with the social distance thing ended up masks. It's it's fun to see people and and And and just you know hear about people's aspirations and their concerns to their. They're passionate about this upcoming election right. Well it appears to me that You know the senate people are really hustling. I get about forty text a day from because you know you gave your name to one of them and they all send you stuff. Don't get any from house members. I did have a guy. The republican house member from montana. And there's only one house member from the whole state of montana. They got two senators but only one house member forte. What's that jim cortec friend of mine. No this guy's name is rose something. Is he running neck. The congressman from montana's. My friend. greg gianforte okay for now. He's currently running for a i think. Yeah he this. New guy is running for his seat. Rose rosie rosecrans or something. He called me. and i don't know how he got my number. but anyway. so everybody's hustling. We know that you know over there is no race that seems to be able to be taken for granted so You know it's it's it's the it's the most Go after it political season. I think i've ever witnessed in my life. Absolutely there's going to be a high turnout. Obviously there. Early voting absentee voting and I think there's going to be long lines on election day as well even though there's quite a bit of early voting happening i'm actually encouraging my supporters to vote in person early. I believe that That the election day voters overwhelmingly Supporting the president and republican candidates. It just goes through the Politicization of the virus For whatever reason Democrat liberals are voting absentee mail in ballot but people who are voting in person either early or on election day are overwhelmingly supporting president trump Senator mcconnell and and me so it's it's interesting and the reason why. I made that as we see that in the polling data so You know my my point to all voters but also my supporters is. Hey look go ahead. If you know how you're going to vote go ahead and vote early. Make way for the tens of thousands of people who are going to vote on election day. There's not as many voting location. So clear the way for those folks so that those lines aren't as long on election day. I voted a week ago at it. Tastes creek Library and there's five or six other locations in lexington where you could. Let's talk a little bit about. What do you think are going to be the the real hot button. Things that that voters are going to be voting on right. Now well. I think number one The economy and the virus are intertwined The our ability to continue to push the recovery notwithstanding the The persistence of this virus and as the weather turns we continue to see You know cases occur And even a spike. That's actually expected that thirty more cases but you'll notice mortality is down and that speaks to the incredible innovation of the epidemiologists and designed says the pharmaceutical industry the development of therapies convalescent plasma the antivirals. We've learned so much about this virus And so you see that you know. In march march and april the mortality rate for individuals with kobe. Over the age of seventy was It was pretty scary around thirty percent. It's now down to around five percents real and we're seeing more. We're we're seeing mortality dropped Even among older people just because we know how to handle it in the hospitals a little bit better also. We learned that children younger people deal with this better. Not always but but mainly they do and so we. We think that the the voters are going to obviously be voting about voting on Virus and also The economic recovery. I think most americans do not want to see A another round of makoni and shutdowns of our economy we can safely continued to keep the economy open using masking social distancing hand hygiene We also need liability reform. But we get back to washington after the election that needs to be part of the next round of release We need liability reform For not just businesses but also for colleges and universities and schools and the american academy pediatrics. Says the kids need to go back to school And there's ways that there there's in person learning that's happening that's happening safely And whether is a student that contracted or as exposed there's quarantining procedures if you segregate kids out and pod But i think it's devastating. What's happening to our kids. And many of their parents were having to teach their kids From home and miss works. We're never going to have a full economic recovery Until we get kids back in school and we get people back to work And i think the other thing is that we're close to a vaccine It's amazing what has happened in terms of the public private partnership the cares act funding coupled with the incredible innovation. That's happened in the pharmaceutical industry. we've got multiple vaccines and phase three clinical trials that gold standard at the fda independent review process And because there's additional Public support for this. A when the fda ultimately approves a vaccine as safe and effective then We're going to have Hundreds of millions of doses ready for distribution just because of the public private partnership has happened. We're we're not getting steps but we're doing a variety of steps concurrently which is going to accelerate the development approval and distribution of the vaccine and ultimately that's going to be the key to getting our economy back on track so along those lines. There was an article in the wall street journal a day or two ago. It said When the Abeyance expires There could be thirty to forty million people. evicted and wh- in apartments across the nation and I'm sure somebody has talked about that That's a that's a big number With a major hit to the housing market as well as to the economy and just personal suffering If the because these people who have been evidently unemployed and unable to pay the rent so how would you is getting the kids get. You know we've had this debate in the presidential services committee You know we if you're sticking over housing and obviously we want to do everything you can to keep people in their home. Prevent homelessness benefits It's important understand that Landlords also have mortgages and You know they're gonna lose their properties if there is a continuous mandates of of Housing people who don't pay the rent. So i think the key and that's good for everybody is to prevent victims is to get people back to work so that they can perform on their rental obligations. Put food on the table take care of their families and again it speaks to understanding the virus. Better that we need to protect our senior citizens Even though that mortality rate is even declining for for seniors we need to protect those in nursing. Homes vulnerable populations people who have immuno-deficient systems or pre existing conditions. We need to protect those folks. We need to continue to provide The billions of assistance that. We've that we were providing today for example to promote distance learning and a rural broadband connectivity for distance working That that will need to continue to a certain extent But protect those people who are vulnerable on at the same time allowing businesses to open using those Public health Measures that will keep everyone safe. You know it's amazing. I was talking to epidemiologist lexington and not a single healthcare worker in a major lexington hospital. Who is using all appropriate precautions in terms of donning off the personal protective equipment using the ninety five has contracted the virus from a patient and these are people who are around tobin positive patients all the time because they're taking the necessary precautions so I think that's really really kind of the key to reopen the economy pending operation warp speed. Which is this unprecedented. Amazing push to get back seen right What are you hearing around the district. Just in terms of Any anything specific that you You know might want to make note of it. Amazing to me how concerns so many of my constituents are that the election will result in a lurch towards socialism and radical and extreme policies like defunding the police the green new deal moving away from fossil energy destroying our economy destroying job four trillion dollars in taxes. Frankly sphere with the wrong outcome of the election that we will move toward socialism in this country and You know you would think that. Such fears with the overstated or exaggerate it in the united states of america but unfortunately when you see What has happened to the democratic party in this country. With the hijacking of the of the party no longer the party of of john kennedy. It's it's the party of a ot and the green new deal bernie sanders and chuck schumer. Nancy pelosi Most kentucky democrats of democrats i represent. Do not subscribe to that radical extreme agenda. I do not They may not be republicans. They may not even like republican. But they don't believe in that extreme agenda and and for that reason. I think i think they will reject politicians who Might try to pretend there's something else but would enable that agenda in washington. Dc right it seems like everything in the country has lurched leftward Over the last twenty years and it's it's a lot bigger job Long-term than Just winning an election. I mean there. There needs to be Work done among conservatives. To basically state the case for conservatism and quite frankly for Judeo christian values that. Underpin that well you know. Let's take the issue of abortion for a second. You know it used to be that You'd have a difference of opinion between pro choice and Pro-life americans now most. I would argue both pro choice. Americans do not recognize extreme positions that prevail within the democratic party. You have a nominee of the democratic party for presidents who believes in taxpayer funded abortion up to the moment of birth. I mean it's just crazy And it's and if you don't get that issue right you're not gonna get many issues rights That that's kind of a basic issue To to think that's a major political party in america supports infanticide. It's it's absolutely extreme and speak to just the basic moral compass of our country And then you know it's it's other things too. It's about preserving protecting our institutions the institution of the senate whether or not we continue to operate under a filibuster system where there is a moderating force that require parties to kind of build to a consensus and the super majority in order to pass major legislation or Whether or not we're going to pack the supreme court you know that the nominee of the democratic party joe biden won't even answer the question. Does that the american people don't even deserve to know the answer to that basic question whether or not he is going to support radicals in congress like congresswoman alexandria cortez and bernie sanders and other leftist. Who because they don't like originalist on the supreme court because they want judicial activism and they want to remake. America was a judiciary that they should pack the supreme court just because The president duly elected president has nominated a base john. Bacon fees in accordance with the constitution and was confirmed by senate that was duly elected by the american people. Two years ago. I you know the. I the idea that that just because you lost an election now you have the right to destroy the institution of supreme court and pack the court you know. The fdr tried to do this back in the nineteen thirties and Members of his own party So awarded that very wrongheaded efforts and my hope is that regardless of the outcome of this election goes as at the american people will stop a radical proposal. ruth bader ginsburg said it best She said the correct number is nine. It should stay nine. And we have a three outstanding originalist on the supreme court as a result of the the trump term and What i'm happy about these are people who actually believe that following the law as opposed to Interjecting their own personal views. They need to say they understand that. The role of judges to apply the law. Not to make it or legislate from the bench. So tell me A little bit about your district. How you think Different places will will vote if you if you think. Or if you're free to talk about that and where you think you will run the strongest. well look it's no secret that i represent a diverse district. I represent a left of center city in lexington university. College town There are no doubt Number of obama And clinton and A biden supporters and voters that That part of my district There's also a that Maybe lean lean republican democrat suburban voter. Who who have trouble with the president's personality and so we're kind of swing voters and the and the suburban precinct and then there's rural and small town Parts of my district outside of fayette county. That are very conservative And that are very pro-trump in their leaning some of those places votes sixty five seventy percent before president trump so In one sense my district is kind of like a microcosm of the whole country. It's very diverse politically urban suburban and rural. And that makes me a better congressman because i represent all kinds of people with different views. And i I i take offense at these. These attack ads That that suggests that all. I care about our people who support me. That's that's anybody who knows me or my office or interactive with my office knows that that's a false and Terribly offensive attack personal attack against the character of not just me but the public servants working office. We never asked whether our constituents support us donate to us. Republican or democrat or independent or libertarian americans we. We helped them their veteran. We don't ask what their party registration. Is we help them if it's a small business that he's a lifeline paycheck protection. Low forty station is we. Just we just get the job done. And i think the people of this district whether they're democrat republican liberal conservative. Whether they're gonna vote for the president or not i think We earn a ticket splitting support precisely because we're accessible. We're responsible competent. We get the job. Done he's focused on doing the job that we were elected to do. 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Eight five nine two three three zero four hundred and be sure to listen to the tom. Depre- show saturdays from seven to nine. Am at news radio. Six thirty wwl. That's debris financial group at eight five nine two three three zero four hundred six thirty. W l a tom depre- show this week. Joining us. dr smash through philip sexton mike johnson and our hosts tom depre- taken over tom. Well we only have a twenty one minute segment this week. I figured preemptive k. game get right into it. And i think a big story is The economy and how it recovered significant ground in the third quarter. And you're not hearing much about. It is of course overshadowed by election coverage but i think it's a big deal and in an article from The wall street journal they talk about it. The third quarter increase Of thirty three point one percent That's a it's an annualized rate so probably in real numbers it'd be around eight or nine percent seven or eight percent something like that. Gdp the value of all goods and services produced proc- economy jumped following a record declined from earlier in the pandemic when the virus and related shutdowns disrupted business activity across the country that puts the economy about three and a half percent smaller then at the end of last year. That ain't that much. I mean you know that's really not that big of a decline from last year when you know we stop market saw all time highs in in what february and You know so. I don't know what everybody's worried about. And it's recovered two thirds of the ground. It lost in march in terms. Gdp gdp. that's a huge number. Yeah it's interesting you know. Nobody's talking about that with the election or or anything. I mean that's crazy that that is not being discussed more. And if you want if you're thinking about your vote on tuesday if you haven't gone out and done it yet. Think about things like this gallup saying that fifty six percent of americans felt like they were better off than they were at the end of the obama. Administration's just just think about some of these things. Look at the numbers. I don't like to electioneer well. Sometimes you know anyway i. It's a big election it. It means a lot and it's the numbers are showing that things are coming back in a big way. Well and to add to that too you know too. So they have this chart in here where it tracks credit card and debit card spinning travel. Which is a huge part of gdp is down on swipes. Basically is down over twenty five percent now. So you're seeing you're seeing this rebound in the economy from people just spending on you know just at home domestic stuff. You know not taken as many vacations which is huge. And you've actually seen the savings rate Your date has has actually increased too so you to add to that not only the economy rebounding but it's rebounding while the consumer is also improving its balance sheet So when when. I look out paying down debt. Yeah and and that's when you look out four and five years in advance from this as a consumer improves. Its balance sheet as the economy rebounds. That's a double whammy because that allows a consumer to potentially in the future take on more debt. Yeah the only thing who's balance. Sheet is not improving the us government. And and that's another issue but it's it's not improving right so i was gonna say that you know yes. The gdp has rebounded but you also have to remember that there was a tremendous amount of money that was pumped into the economy That was financed by debt. No no no argument there but to that point to adarsh she know because there's a lot of people that would argue that the stimulus money didn't have an effect. And this would. This would argue on opposite of that. Know just strictly because of the what the outcome has been from that you know expanded unemployment insurance from those twelve hundred dollar checks from all these things where the consumer has been able to withstand being forced to stay at home right so i mean that that was my point that The stimulus if you look at the categories that have up you know. They're primarily consumer spending so a lot of that stimulus money has gone into consumer goods and services durable goods huge huge jump in durable goods. Right so so. What is durable good. I've been hearing that word all my career. And i still can't figure it out. That's that's your things that aren't eating out travel so that would be a your dryer furniture. Okay frigerator awesome. Yeah thanks that just never knew what that word a long lasting good so something less multiple years like vehicle or things out but that increased eighty two percent over the last quarter so let me just huge and we saw that all the way through this. You know with the stay at home with improvements on homes and things like that you know i. People are spending money. What i'll say depend on. Who's doing the improvement on. The home is whether or not. It's a durable good. I mean i wouldn't think that number could stay up there now because when people get enough stuff bought in their house. they're done. So yes that's the question. How much of the mind was put forward because of what happened during the pandemic you could argue the same. That's talks a lot of people were trading stocks Do the pandemic So did they bid up prices more than they should have been. You think stock buying and selling became a substitute for gambling. I think so. I mean i've read quite a few articles that Alluded to that so To some extent but i don't know if it was big money so the real news with institutions. You know you're a big pension. Funds and mutual funds hedge funds side or no. I mean i'm. I'm sure that it moved some stocks but i don't know if it If it was enough to move your big stocks amazon's and apple definitely think you had an effect. i mean. yeah you can see it. When casinos actually opened back up you saw the lines and how many people came to the casinos when they opened. I'm going to tell a quick story. One time i was backpacking in the smokies and got up to cleamons dome and it was dark and my buddy had already left and So there's a road and these people came by and they said you need to help us to add like to get into cherokee and they said we'll take you down there. Were just driving around. We drove down to cherokee. And i got a motel and Next morning i got up and went down for the continental breakfast and these people were dressed up in nice clothes waiting for the casino open talking about and there were several of them talking about which casinos they've been to and who pays out most and you know i mean it was crazy. I didn't know there were people like that was it. Was it a weekend. No i i don't know i don't remember reason i'm asking is 'cause cook story on top of that and this is where i learned. I went to a casino. One time autumn had to go to to cincinnati for something. It was during the week. And i don't know i i don't know if it was a holiday or if it was like i taking a week off and i was just going to go up there with their songs. A casino on like it was thursday at noon and usually you have always been on the weekends. You talk about. People dressed up wearing their suits are nice. Goes you know. I went in on a thursday cincinnati casino at noon and it was like it was like going to the public library. Downtown in terms of the papal sketchy. Really pretty dag on gay. Yeah well let me tell it while we're at so when when i this is about nineteen seventy six. I was probably twenty years old and I was working for my dad up here at at the parade company and they had sold some bonds that had to be delivered in new york on a certain day and in nineteen seventy six there was no federal express. There was a us mayo and it could take however many days they got to figure in what they would have to pay interest to make delivery without having their money and they said you're going to new york brother and i was just working there. It was over christmas and So i get on the plane with these bearer bonds and go to Go to dc from here. It was and then they had what was called the eastern shuttle eastern airlines had just to basically shuttle flight that went back and forth to new york and washington. Every hour got on there. Amir harry reasoner was on there. He was this old Abc a commentator for the evening news. Anyway again a cab. I go down to the bankers. The bankers trust building. I go up to a get to the thing. I'm carrying a large amount of bonds in this briefcase I go to the information desk in acid anita this farm where i was going to deliver them. They said it's on the seventh floor. I get on the elevator. Go there and i get to this thing and it's this window and there are these people hanging around that look like they've been sleeping on the street and i mean it was some rough looking characters and i said There's been a mistake. This cannot be the place. That i'm going. I go back down to the lobby say. Are you sure that that's where this company is. He looks at his thing against. Yeah that's where it is. Go back up there. I go up to the window and everybody behind the window. Speaking spanish all of a sudden they turned to me. And say mr dupree. And i said yeah. I've got something here for you. And i took him out of the satchel. they They they counted them and then they put a rubber band around him and hurled across the room like a frisbee and it went into this hamper. Big old like a laundry and They cut me a check and You know I got out of there quickly but this is the way. The securities industry used to work and those guys that were around. There were runners that ran bonds and stocks between big delivery banks. So that was. That's just my little story. You know where you more nervous having the bonds check. Oh the bond there bearer. Yeah oh yes yeah. I was way nervous having a check or the bonds but anyway Yeah it's over with that happened a long time ago. Yeah so. They put a handcuff on the reality. Make it obvious is in. it's obvious. Yeah yeah get your hand cut off That would make it obvious anyway each. It's just a story. yeah. I didn't mean to derail i mean but that that shows you how far we've came as a country to though you know but and i think the funny thing is is. You didn't ha- when you look at. You know the the stimulus money that we pump dan back to you. Know bring on track but like what really happened in march was a liquidity event. And you look at where we came from there like think about if that happened back then like if you couldn't get bids on things you couldn't get things moved out of your out of your book and that's kinda scary and there have been acquitted events like that in every age but i think we've had more of them lightly at least in the last fifty years eighty seven one. It's it almost turned into. I mean you. It was turned into a solvency issue back in march and some parts of the market. I mean you're looking at you. Know the some parts of the financial markets mortgages you know because of the the imposition of the shutdown. You're you know what are the. What are the mortgage is worth you know the. And so you were seeing that market the mortgage market lockup. I mean yeah. You saw government back mortgage securities dropped five percent right in a matter of two days right which is huge for something that's supposed to have a guarantee bond absolutely liquidity takes its toll on everything if there's no bid there's no bid right you know it doesn't matter what it is. It's always whether there's a bid ford right that's true and then you think about it even You know now. We don't really have and banks but we used to and that's a liquidity crisis also And that's why the federal reserve was created. Where if there's ever a shortage of liquidity and of banks are not able to repay money that people have deposited than there. Is you know panic. And then task system And the last time that was prior to the federal reserve last and those liquidity crisis was in nineteen o seven van because there was no federal reserve system. Jp morgan demand himself had to be allowed The system so I think this has happened as you said many times in the. Yeah p. morgan would have Simply stepped up and bought. The banks and made made the shareholder or may not the shareholders but the Dependent depositors whole right. So you know i mean th there is a connection between a liquidity crisis in a solvency crisis in that one day they are interconnected solvency crisis candy to a liquidity crisis and vice versa. All depends on the leverage right so some people still argue that if lehman brothers was bad out Back in two thousand eight then they probably wouldn't have been that liquidity crisis Yeah they had a huge book right and it affected everybody that they were Counterparty to think it's amazing to so click click on the The whole cove it and what it's caused in markets you're talking about this pull forward demand and things. Well you know the push out. I would say has been travel. So you cut all the the housing improvement and things like that out and normalize it but then at the same time you normalize the travel. You probably still moving forward on the growth spectrum because you've got all these people that have been able to travel but i think some interesting thoughts behind that has been spending on things like collectibles and things things of that nature nostalgia you talk about a liquidity event. I was looking at selling some pokemon cards and those things. You probably still got yours from when you're little nineteen ninety nine and those things if they're graded and they great out properly thousands of dollars. Are you kidding me in saying it is throwing a bunch of those i had. I had a nintendo sixty four. You remember you know sixty four. They have games on nintendo sixty. Now that are selling for sixty and seventy dollars a piece. No kidding like super smash brothers things like that where it's like just the nostalgia. Everybody wants to everybody. Wants it and like you literally could of had two games and made what you spent. Yeah back back then on no six or made it back. I had an atari. i had an atari. Did you have the sixty four bit. I think it was that was at the black one. It was like one before that was the brown with the switches like a manual sweating. I didn't have that at the black. That was the couldn't get that was. That was the fancy atari. The black one was chopper. Command mario brothers. The tell you on the trans. Sorry go ahead. Eagles essay on the trends. Though you're talking about travel and pushed forward you look at the things that have changed like on that chart where they're looking at you know Online retail home improvement. The things that have gone up since covert you look at the massive jump in online retail and that's permanent That is like some of these things that have shifted or permanent. And i think the interesting thing too. Is you think like black. Friday shopping and how everything got discounted so heavily because everybody wanted. That event I keep reading all these reports about a huge holiday season. I doubt there's going to be the discounting usually as been you know because you can do it. All online people can shop online now. So you could see that. There's less discounting and more margin improvement for stores moving forward to the ones that are still around the ones that can sell online. Yeah guess what that means guys that means. We are wrapping it up this week. 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An introduction to hedge funds

Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

11:06 min | 6 months ago

An introduction to hedge funds

"Hello and welcome to the bulletin with EDS Monaco twenty, four each week, the sharpest minds and freshest thing because in the world of finance take you beyond the numbers in height right to the heart of the big issues of the day. Today. We're bringing you something a little different thanks to Karam Sheriff and go widely in the UBS wealth management. Cio? We're presenting little educational piece for you. This is an introduction to hedge funds. Thanks Dome. So can you give us a few key pointers hedge fence in a nutshell if you will investors who only hold cash in traditional asset classes can miss out on the attributes that hedge funds offer. Hedge funds are actively managed instruments with flexible mandates that allow fund manages to invest opportunistically in long and short positions across various asset classes in pursuit of strong. Returns unlike mutual funds generally unconstrained enjoy a wide range of strategies and instruments. Hedge funds can be broken down into four different styles which were more about later depending on the strategy managers can make use of leverage while restricting the liquidity of their fund to match the liquidity of the positions or underlying investments with the time required to execute their strategies. Hedge funds typically charge management and performance fee in exchange investors may benefit from that investment and risk management approach the uniqueness of some of the strategies they pursue that capacity to generate attractive and on correlated risk adjusted returns as well as their ability to protect against significant capital losses. These attributes can make them good diversifier and stabilizes within a multi asset class portfolio. Some risks however need to be considered before investing in such funds. These include the use of leverage, the potential of transparency, fund liquidity, and Operational Risk Management Integrity these risks Kombi fully eliminated but can be reduced significantly through in-depth due diligence and strict investment a monitoring processes. So let's go back to basics. Hedge funds are not a new thing right for sure hedge funds are anything but new fangled. The first one was launched seventy one years ago in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, nine, the which Mao proclaimed the People's Republic of China Alfred Winslow Jones created the first ever hedged fund. Jones's strategy was the first to combine long and short positions in stocks. He believed to be undervalued or overvalued in order to reduce exposure to general stock market movements to enhance his returns he added leverage his approach now referred to as traditional long longshore equity proved successful quickly spawned many imitators after his fund outperformed the along only competition by double digit figures for several. Years. Now, the time hedge funds were niche products only available to a selected number of wealthy private investors since then though the industry has grown significantly and today, hedge funds managed more than three trillion US dollah across eight thousand funds and perceived very different investment strategies philosophies. Okay. That makes sense. So can you tell me more about the different strategies you mentioned those four styles? Yes, hedge funds can be broken down into four distinct styles, equity hedge event driven relatively and macro trading. These styles perceive different investment approaches, asset classes, exposure levels, gearing ratios, and risk adjusted returns Equity Hedge is the oldest hedge fund investment style in which attractive. For Equity Derivatives purchased and less attractive ones a shorted equity hedge strategies come in many different forms, constitutive, fundamental, brody, diverse, or highly concentrated market, neutral or directional. In addition some strategies us every age and or focus on individual market sectors or equity factors. Event driven funds focus on opportunities arising from corporate transactions, mergers, and acquisitions, reorganizations, bankruptcies, and share buybacks. Their goal is to identify potential security mispricing resulting from the uncertainty of the outcome of such events that preferred instruments, a-, generally stocks derivatives, but can also include bonds with varying capital structures. Relative value traders earn profits by exploiting price differences between related investment vehicles especially in fixed income to identify these arbitrage opportunities, managers rely on a wide variety of fundamental and quantitative models. Macro trading manages a highly opportunistic investors by nature and use systematic or discretionary approaches to identify emerging trends in the bond currency and commodity markets, and then exploit them across the full range of available instruments and what are the different types of hedge fund investments. There are broadly three different types of hedge fund investments. Single Strategy Hedge Funds Invest following one single investment strategy multi. Strategy funds are often operated by large firms and engage in a broad spectrum of strategies they're structured much like a traditional single. Strategy Fund, with the difference that various investment teams operate under a single fund umbrella and invest in different strategies across the hedge. Fund. Universe funds of hedge funds are vehicles that invest pooled money into a collation of hedge funds, essentially managing a portfolio of different single or multi strategy hedge fund investments across styles and sub strategies. So why invest in Princeton Hedge funds are a draw for the most talented professionals in investment world from fall traders or portfolio managers to skilled research scientists and it in data experts. Looking at the. Fund weighted index I past two decades. Hedge funds delivered netease returns of six point four percent with volatility six point nine similar to the performance of global equities with less than half the volatility. Hedge funds generally focus on protecting against significant capital losses by targeting those asymmetric returns or turns skew to the upside as a result, hedge funds to protect against drawdowns in adverse market conditions better than traditional long only investments supporting attractive long-term compounded returns and lowering overall volatility. Many strategies seek to generate returns through drivers other than just traditional data. This is achieved either by targeting more exotic less efficient, sometimes less liquid market segments. Constructing, positions using techniques that can perform regardless of market movements in a multi asset portfolio. These features are especially attractive as they condemn and in market improve diversification and preserve capital, and what about risk considerations this is really important. Of course, investors considering an investment in hedge funds should be aware of the risks inherent in this product category. Well, they're not necessarily higher than traditional investments. They may differ greatly in terms of their nature and impact. These risks can be fully eliminated, but can be reduced significantly through in-depth due diligence and strict investment and monitoring processes importantly, investing with the right manager is paramount. Hedge Fund investors are exposed to liquidity risk due to potential liquidity mismatch between the fund and its underlying investments. This is particularly true for non-equity strategies. Liquidity can dry out for extended periods in unfavorable market environments, which widens bid ask spreads and can have a negative effect on valuations as result strategies that focus on less liquid instruments typically require longer lockups forbearing this additional risk. However, investors may benefit in the form of an extra returned the liquidity premium. Hedge fund managers are generally free to borrow capital for individual sets. The entire fund, the use of borrowed capital can increase returns, but also thanked investments risk profile. The use of leverage however varies greatly from one fund strategy to another. Hedge fund managers may use highly complex strategies, instruments and structures. This complexity poses risks including the risk of insufficiently monitoring people, processes, and systems. Other operational risks relate to your portfolio investment management. Most alternative investment managers only disclosed details about that underlying investments. Periodically, limited disclosure requirements enable manage to implement their ideas without alerting other market participants. This lack of transparency can however be used to mosque fraud changes in investment, style Maqbool Risk Exposures, and atypical uses of leverage as well as to downplay general market and investment risks. Few if any investments are immune to systemic risks and complete market failures, alternative investments are susceptible as other risky investments to the aftershocks, the cash crunch or the collapse of the financial system. Although active risk management and capital protection can soften the negative impacts on performance other ways to lighten the impact include tracking risk exposures, diversifying investments across strategies and limiting locations to illiquid investments. Justice Hedge funds are heterogenous and wide ranging approaching character. So the factors that can negatively impact strategy. These may include Dale Risks for merger arbitrage funds, correlation breakdown risk for a relative value strategies or factory -tations for CORTEC not manages. So once you've weighed the risks, how much should you invest? It's recommended to allocate a sizeable portion of the portfolio to hedge funds depending only investor's risk profile. This reflects a conviction of their role insider multi asset class asset allocation returns across Hedge Fund strategies styles manages can vary widely from one year to the other depending on the opportunity set market conditions or manager skill. When allocating to hedge funds investors should balanced Jason Styles to diversify sources of return optimize the chances for positive performance amateurs the potential impact of specific drivers. And investors level of expertise and portfolio size. A key factors determining how a hedge fund exposure should be builds an incorporated into an investment portfolio. If, the objective is to achieve hedge funds unique return characteristics in diversified manner. The simplest approach for most investors is to pursuer fund of Hedge. Funds. Approach. Especially, if the intended capital commitment is low. Sophisticated. Investors with sufficient capital time and resources can achieve exposure by assembling a customize portfolio of direct hedge fund investments thereby retaining control over-concentration strategy waiting and manager selection. So to conclude hedge funds can help reduce risk and diversification in asset portfolios investors should allocate a sizeable portion of their portfolio to Be depending on their risk profile when allocating investors should balanced strategies and styles to diversify sources of return, optimize the chances for positive performance and reduce the potential impact of anyone or few drivers. That's right and that wraps up this special hedge funds education edition of the bulletin with UBS. Special. Thanks once again to the authors of the introduction to hedge funds, Pace Cam Sheriff and Georg widely from the global wealth management cio you can listen again and find out more at Monaco dot com, or catch out via your preferred podcast platform the bulletin with ubs all monocle twenty four.

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The Brundleskeet

Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast

25:30 min | 2 years ago

The Brundleskeet

"When we last left our four heroes they had fled the dungle Wood Mall as an army of Timmy pillows cyborgs bore down upon them and of cyber organisms plaguing heroic cortec mercilessly like a merciless plaguing machine unstop indefatigable hunting them down and like machines both literally and metaphor eh retreating underground to the Denver Wood Mall catacombs they have found brief respite and so now they settled out and up for the night wary weary weary is ever watchful peering into the dark like dark peering owls regurgitating not pellets indigestible materials but recriminations and reproaches squash measures <music> season two episode three the long-awaited Halloween episode fraud with Halloween Appropriate thrills and chills starts now `climactic doing for Damn gimmes voice Israeli crappy thus killer frontier wind the hail? She just babbling words like that. I'm sure it's just some sort of voice reset slash calibration protocol. 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A good run indeed with plebs like his we would be right to expect great running up and down on the field like machine made entirely of plants this beer for our intrepid Quartet plucky adventure. Yes it could but it maybe maybe not. You'll have to tune in next time to get got the news <hes> where to begin another two parter really okay was was this even plan. There was just an eleventh-hour decision to facilitate laziness but the main writers I know the answer and do we really need three separate announcer slash narrators. The world is full of different types of announces some with football type voices. Others with old timey radio voices still others with just some sort of generic deep voice all waiting for the right time to strike all attempting to locate an attract a mate that that will accept the specialized sperm packets and allow them to spawn Jesus Christ. Thank you for listening to squash measures season into episode three brundle Ski to part one. Why is it called Bradley skeete well as led Zeppelin said and stairway to heaven all will be revealed then they also had a song about squeezing clements but that song is gross if you think about it so don't squash measures was created and produced by Darren Hustler? This episode was written by George Pete Kelly Yoda's Matt McDonald and Derek Destler Vlad and the football announcer played by George beat Kelly Otis Elvis was played by Phil Porter. Jenny was played by Mary Ellen Clark Bad guy from no country for old men friend does operating system and the the old timey news announcer were played by Matt McDonald Timmy Pillows Bonds for played by Charlie Wi rock. Everyone else was played by Darren ensler. Go to our website at squash smashers dot com to see more details including links the I._M._D._b.. Pages twitter accounts and how to contact us he could also get t shirts there. 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Street Lamps & Sea Turtles / Incentives Updates - A Light Read Read March 9th

A Light Read Read

13:12 min | 1 year ago

Street Lamps & Sea Turtles / Incentives Updates - A Light Read Read March 9th

"Hello it's Monday. March ninth and that means two things. We all survived the first day of the worst week for car accidents and it's time for a light read read nailed newsletter. Read along companion series brought to you by keystone technologies this week. We're talking about their occupancy sensors. These are brand new brand very much improved. Pr High based sensors with standby dimming functionality. Full on off and daylight override features and as great as they are in their own. You do have the option to buy these preinstalled in any of their led high base fixtures that's keystone tech dot com or link in the description. But let's get into the news. The demand for led tubes set to grow by fifteen percent twenty twenty six. That's according to credence research. I'm mark their showcase in Chicago on the twenty fourth that's cancelled citing concerns around the corona virus legislation still on track for now But the latest memo has a bunch of guidelines from the. Cdc You might want to double check on so if you're feeling bad don't don't show Speaking of this speaking of Corona Virus Demand for led lighting has dropped by about fifteen percent. This half of the year leading vendors are placing few fewer oem mortars due to supply issues. Deco Lighting has released their chapter eleven restructuring plan. already announced their bankruptcy. But now you can read the whole plan. The EPA has created a smart home program the so they're expanding the energy star to include Smart Home Energy Management Systems. Which will certify that. Your connected devices are actually going to save you. Energy Efficiency Eh. Investment is actually down at least from utilities and program managers Spendings down about sixteen percent. This is according to a survey of six hundred and six hundred groups The D. W. A. Debut the certification for terminal white drivers the Dalai to controls certification has been expanded to include color tuning Emory Allen and Tom Garber have launched their own podcast. It's called light it up. It's making its way onto the major networks but you can catch it on their website or anchor right now. They just dropped their first three episodes on the same day. Because that was what you were supposed to do light six years ago anyway. Welcome to the club. Speaking of podcast episode one twenty five get a grip on lighting is available. This is with Z. Liam and Ikea on Aiko company SANJIV thacker. And Steve Holman. Talking about design. Fi Protocol. And what Zillion fixtures can do for you lumine has settled they're patent lawsuit with the with WAC WAC or aluminum will not be selling or distributing landscape lighting products as per as they were accused of ripping off in October Union. Metal changes owners and restructures. This is one of the oldest. Streetscape lighting manufacturers. They've been sold to a PE firm. Mac vestments MC vestments owners will now be on the board of directors the MLB panel has done a little discussion on lighting for seniors. This is with Robert. Solar and Terry McGowan. The Lisa Center has received a grant semi four million dollars in funding for Robert Carla checks. Smart Occupancy System Sepia has released their residential tech report As a smart home market kind of in decline right now or at least compared to last year but eleven percent. More lighting product projects are including motorized window treatments. Something to look out for sinora creates a better blue bitter This is for Oh leads. This is their first commercial product. And it's a fluorescent and blue matter. That's fifteen percent more effective than their competitors the NFL be not to be Not Not to be too quiet has released another panel this time. On near infrared lighting Robert Zoeller's back and Scott Zimmerman joins him to discuss the importance of the car with In terms of your health Laura Peters at signs of the Times writes about finding the right color of white for your outdoor signs new research from in virtual communications industrial spaces. This is a team at Frown Hoffer. Ios BE I n. a. and all Swiss fallen li-pei are studying light based communications in automated factories. Mercury lighting has raised eighteen thousand dollars for the walk to conquer cancer. This is a walkathon run by Princess Margaret Hospital. Why did acuity stock crash? Lisa Mahara will explain to us why I suspect it has something to do with supply chain issues. But yeah they're down construe their values down considerably over the past two months N. G. has partnered with wire pass and in ocean. This is a Dutch smart Lighting Startup. And they're bolstering their offerings by working with Wireless Mesh and censor specialists things. You need to know about rebates Minnesota. There's five of them and there's a bunch of five kinds of incentives. You should know about links foundation backs utilities. This is Energy New Division of the Lyrics Foundation is creating open source tools for smart grids. Half the fun of Lennox's keeping it running. I'm sure that's going to be great for your polity The University of Dayton has received one point. Two million dollars in utility rebates last year and they spent almost half of it on lighting and controls projects. The Smart Lighting Reich market is set to reach thirty billion in the next five years. This is from verified market research. New York City is passed a new conservation code Properties in the city will have to meet a MINIM- minimum efficiency requirements. Starting may twelfth into trade has acquired nor traffic. As in Detroit makes components nor tronc makes lighting. The deal went down for just a little bit under six hundred thousand dollars building. 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Raphael Saadiq: Music Had To Be My Therapy

Death, Sex and Money

29:19 min | 1 year ago

Raphael Saadiq: Music Had To Be My Therapy

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I live and just feel really warm and i think that's a therapy for me. Maybe because of the stuff i went through my you know my family and i don't need anything to dark. Hourly love the light. This is sex and money. Never i'm gonna crowd this big appliance show from w._n._y._c. about the things we think about a lot this plays and need to talk about more balloons tale. Rafael cdc grew up in oakland california. Yeah he was just out of high school and hanging around a studio with friends when they got a call it was a guy who is lining up musicians for sheila as band for her world tour with prince he he said is there anyone out there that can sing dance and play bass and now was a quote from purple rain. Can anybody seeing dan. I wouldn't next day. I went to the audition news. Maybe twenty to thirty people outside like bass players sort address like prints <hes> i had like five oh ones on okay derby jacket and osh remember somebody else already got the gig in when i start playing they gave me the gig and next thing you know we're in tokyo. Open up for prince see erotic city by in kansas and when you're on your way home from that audition. Did you know that your life has changed. I just remember. I didn't need unemployment. Check anymore. Swollen to creamy in the thirty five years since rafael cdc it has become an institution in american earn be music as a bass player singer songwriter and producer he co produced the song cranes in the sky with salon punch anyone a grammy for love of my life with erica bodu and comment it was nominated for an oscar last year for co writing mighty river with mary j. blige and he changed sex forever when he made this song with the angelo. Uh i have loved rafael cdc since the late eighties when he his brother and his cousin burst on the scene with their band tony tony tony then he was already going and by rafael he changed his name during that world tour with prince and sheila rafael was born charles ray wiggins his family called him ray he says mom and dad's only child together. His mom had three children before him. His dad had eight so i was the mistake childhood communist h. l. Let's surprise no my dessau's a mistake dake one hundred percent he he says in labs just like that you like you're mistake boy. He said you're a good one but he would definitely mistake so when you're six years old and you start playing bass why why the base six. I wasn't wasn't really planning to base at that time i think i was planning. I was planning a broom l. Six year old boy trying to hold a base scraping open a broom and broomsticks all over the floor. My sister janice used to hold like the old amp over my head and gave me a spotlight. I think was starting to be playing. Bass was the motown record by marvin gaye. <hes> how sweet is to be loved by. You identified it. I didn't know what the name of the instrument what's called good. I kept hearing instrument and did my brother duane at his house. He was playing guitar so i just saw the base that was instrument. I could play if i want to hang around duane. How many years older than you is doing thing. Dwayne is five years older than me so you're like little brother trying to hang out with all these blom. They call me a little old man because i was always hanging around older guys some guys out in a couple of gospel cortec group so maybe it when i really start planning around on you know fourth fifth grade i was in i was in bands with guys will already sixty years old. What would you wear when performing with these older men were. Were you wearing clothes. That were a similar to what the older men were wearing yeah. I was exact same suits they were wearing except. I can never get my suits from the same place. The boys boys department. Try to find a soup the match their suits you will i camping it as a buck fifteen kid. I looked like a little little punk but when i pick up the base who is that man who has that bad boy planning base base is my heart. I'm i'm. I'm a bad ass bass player five to say so. I carried it with me all the time so i know what the base i could move the world when you were a little boy. When you were going to church was it <hes>. Were you excited to go because because of music or did you get something else out of it. I was only going for the music. I get anything else ought to church <hes>. Ah did like the passer passionate. They was revenue ad nation. He looked exactly like martin. Luther king and he was really nice <hes> he would always ask me if i love. The lord was funny like that. I think l. sustain when you walk out the church he would stand by the door lock. Do you still love lord. You know if he didn't see you in a while. You still have lord. How do you answer that question. Gotta say yes says todd say and do <hes> yeah. I guess it was his way of saying you know you know. Stay focused out there because you know you have for me for me. Charge was <hes> it'd be placed the idle time that you would have as a kid in a neighborhood like oakland in our neighborhood. We had to create stuff so it was mainly trouble. It was like my friends were like leave it to beaver like the the bad guy like mike. You know it'll be always want the addy. We had a bunch of eddie's not not too many not too many beavers. You are a young kid when you experienced loss for the first time you last year i simply when you were seven yeah. Yeah loss alvie alvi was he's one of my brothers. I looked up to even though i was seven. You know you just really looked up to him. How how old was alvie obvious twenty seven and i remember my dad telling him that his friends weren't his really weren't his friends in. 'em brother looked at my dad in somali. Look like what you're talking about. Oh man in a smile on my dad's look. I'm telling you they're not your friends. They don't kill you the next weekend he they killed him. Rumor has it was over like twelve thousand dollars. He had twelve thousand dollars in his pocket. I'm sure this story is a little different from that. <hes> they shot him like twice in the chest at one in the heart in member my dad we drove to the place where my brother's body was when we got there <hes> <hes> the gurney came downstairs a pull back the sheet so we can see his face on a remember looking eh but my dad did. My dad is hard. You know he's taxes. He looked at my looked. At my brother like yet. I see him and he looked at me. So let's go so we got in the car are in. I'm sitting back seat and i'm looking because i want. I want in my mind. I wanna kill this guy. You know this all. I can think kill this guy when i see him. You you know seven can kill this. Guy always had a memory always always <hes> sima story like the movie city gods do with the camera yeah fuck. I always documented everything and nobody nobody in my family ever talks about i. I was always in these spots where i seen a lot of things he's in a family that nobody ever talks about and your district cording it as a kid. Everything was funeral. Yes there was a funeral bill and i remember them calling names in it was the worst thing ever man like dave like charlie wiggins. That's me car to the to line up in the funeral procession to get inside of one of the cars the limos i've never like limousines after that never you never liked limousines after that then later on when i became an entertainer and go you guys wanna limo van advancing sure saturday coming up rafael talks about substance abuse and its role in the deaths of two of his other brothers including one who died of a heroin overdose. I just always thought about did he know before he approached this chemical that that was gonna be the determining factor for his life that he was never gonna be able to get out of it and i always wondered that about a lot of people you seen so many people walk into rapid fire in but they see everybody else falling down this doing it and why why. Why would you do it in last week's episode. We shared our listener crystal story about going through her son stillbirth. We also created a spreadsheet where you can share the things you've watched. Read done or listen to if you've been through pregnancy lost to and it's been amazing watching this spreadsheet get filled in in the weak week sense several of you recommended the book. It's okay that you're not okay bye. Megan divine crystal suggested the documentary. Don't talk about the baby. Another listener said planting a tree as type of memorial helped her. We also got several emails from listeners. One named lindsay emailed about choosing to have an an abortion at twenty three weeks because her child had been diagnosed with severe brain abnormalities. This kind of loss is grossly misunderstood. She wrote an the added. We make the choice to protect our children to take their future pain on as our own. If you've been through any kind of pregnancy or infant loss sure what's helped you on our spreadsheet. You can find it at death. Sex money dot org slash pregnancy loss on the next episode. 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Third and fourth in los angeles register now at work at festival dot com. That's w. e. R. k. it festival dot com. Hey i want to let you know that rafael and i talk next about a suicide in his family which includes some graphic content fast forward two and a half minutes if you wanna skip it. This is death sex and money from w._n._y._c. I'm ana sale something kiss <music>. Some pinkish rafael sedates latest record is called. Jimmy lee its name for his brother who died of a heroin overdose when rafael was in his mid thirties by the time his brother jimmy died rafael had long been careful about alcohol and drugs he'd watched another older brother desmond get addicted in the eighties and then die by suicide he found himself smoking drugs and like maybe put an inside of a joint and he killed himself itself because he couldn't he couldn't stop and he was embarrassed and i don't think the family made him feel that good about it. They were trying to you know. Give him this come. I'm the jesus thing but it didn't work and he he <hes> had an argument with someone or our family about it and he went home to my dad's house and took modeste double barrel shotgun. He's shot in his head off completely off and me and my dad and my brother cleaned up. They took the body blinn being the type type of person. My dad is he was a janitor. He was the person who clean so he didn't call the chemical people. We actually cleaned it up. I'm sorry yeah when that cleaning cleaning the room sounds like another moment where you were filming it like watching it and observing it <hes> how do you how did you grieve as a as a young man. What are you remember. Did you cry no. I didn't cry. I think i never dealt with. Did you know we don't you know black. People don't go get therapy. They just don't think they think they could deal with everything. Are you don't even know that even ask ask you know but i just dealt with it. I cleaned it up in the weird product has smell it for months and months and months because we didn't wear any facemask you know and when you drink water in the glass cover your nose you could just smell blood you know for months and months and months and still no therapy not thing about therapy was probably autism music that i've been doing. I've been thinking about it lately but i think it physical therapy he was. It had to be the new angle way it it just describe for me the space where you make music most what's it look like a huge live room that you could record a forty piece orchestra historian. There's a yamaha grand piano sitting there. I'll start a song from sitting on the grand piano. I love piano because the nurturing so long dad you can try and figure out where you should go next and if it makes you feel good <hes> there's <hes> a rack to your left that has over thirty five snare drums mood lights in air in a circle ercole look like star wars at the top thirty forty guitars and basis sitting around <hes> and a huge glass window that looks out into the studio like it will be we like going to like a one of the most beautiful places you can ever recorded and i had a chance to have stevie wonder my studio a few times and stevie sesame he said how does it feel to how you own beautiful studio away from all that bullshit out there on the cars like whoa oh i did he he just but yeah i feel great. Give name for your studio blakely. What's that name mean. Blakely is the name of the street. My studio was on so when i bought the building i think my mortgage was ten thousand dollars a month. So i didn't have any time it'd be all cute and be trying to name a paisley park hours. I dropped the drum machine on the desk. Got the key in star making music. They've i wasn't avenue. Studios like wasn't mistreat blakely recording studio bam that was it. He's still paying on it. Just pay for congratulations thank you. This is some sick sex sex which you feel like. You're in my life. Your music was very important to me and figuring out sexiness like you can picture being in my bedroom in west virginia when i'm twelve listening to your music they don't ask about romance pre. You're fifty three how how big a role does like a romantic life. Plan your life right now. Huge very like <hes> because i i was. I figured i was outdated. Someone for a daily out. There named karen name is carolyn cristiano that i dated caroline for twelve years. She likes to say fifteen yeah but she didn't really want to be married. She wasn't a pressure pressure type of girl she just she marvin gaye said the vowel shouldn't read. We should stay together to death do us part which they should be rewrote. They should be we should try is she wasn't into marriage now. Allied cool so works perfect so yeah yeah i think it i think i was married in my mind. I was married to music because i've found music in my room in east oakland. Ninety four in the girls in my life were mistress at the the time they were there was second even though i would never say that i never liked when guys would say you know. Music is i in my life in my girl. A second music is everything. I never want to sound like. I never told anybody that even though i guess it was it was the only thing that i'd never broke up with. I broke up but a ton of girls. I'm never broke up music's. Are you a single man now. Yeah i'm single now but i i don't wanna be in. I do do want something somebody. I could just kinda. Just come home to talk to laugh with. Somebody doesn't want something from you for a material thing is kind of hard now because everybody can you know my mom always told me she said you know ratio. You get your girl that just they have something bumped. My mom is always wanted me today. Janet jackson are winning a winning using. Don't be dating him girls that like you know if you get sick or something. They're going through your pocket looking for ah five cents because they can't even afford to buy butter a style advice. He has really good advice. My mom is no choke. She had it down amateur. Do you get to see your mother now. She just in sacramento just have to jump on flying glossier but now i see like once every two weeks and she's eighty seven and she facetime me all the time and she has this fish fries. She doesn't friday and i don't even i don't eat fried food aw unless i go home because that would upset or if i didn't eat fish fish on friday which is so good okay. Can we do it on saturday to so this is raphael's father charles and he was named for a few years ago he had heart failure and dementia. Benca rafael was right by side when he went the funny thing about him. He loved to hear us play music and play guitar when he was about to go and he can remember bruni thing. I tried to play his blue sunk ram. He looked at me like he wanted to kill me. He didn't want to hear who chikushi man on the way out. He looked at me and frown. It's not it's not a good record to be listening to right. Now you turn off now. He was just <hes> he was great away in. He did such a great job with me. It was almost like he never died. You feel like that. Uh southville so. I thought i wasn't wasn't really sad unnamed. Wanna see him. I didn't even look at him and his coffin because i didn't wanna remember him like that and he wasn't really about funerals anything like that. He didn't like him so i'd go up to the front. I left allow actually left a little early. I spoke has something to say and i want to get something to eat and then i went to the studio studio. It's interesting to me that after seeing your brother up-close after he'd been shot and other brother after he shot himself like you you chose to to control what visuals you had when your father passed yeah. I just never like i'm not scared of death or anything like like that. I just don't like the ceremony of a funeral. Is this a like the new orleans type funerals. You know money. Just marsh second-line bands averick bunch prompt the ball. I like like that. I just feel like the american funeral is just out of style to me. You know my dad was the highway more style than like you know but i couldn't beat the brother desk. We're gonna the freak. This funeral dads can be like. It's going to be no coffee. Him have an eight by ten dads guitar fender tweed app in their david a lost it but dass away he he would want iraq but i couldn't you know i'm i'm the baby boy i can go in there suggesting all these different things so i just i just may amol visual. That's rafael city in his new album. Jimmy lee is out now and i've created a spotify playlist of my favorite rafael cdc songs collaborations. It includes all the songs in this episode. You'd plus some other really great ones. There's a link on our website or just search for us on spotify that sex money is a listener supported production of w._n._y._c. n._y._c. studios in new york. I'm based at the studios of the investigative podcast reveal an emeryville calif. Our team includes katie bishop annabel bacon zander ellen emily emily boutin and andrew done or intern. Emily doll worked on this episode to the reverend. John doerr and steve lewis wrote our theme music and we talked about suicide aside in this episode. If you need to talk to someone about suicidal thoughts about how to help someone you love you believe may endanger. Please call the national suicide side hotline at one eight hundred two seven three eight two five five. I'm on twitter at anna sale. The show is at depth sex money on twitter twitter instagram and facebook so rafael said he's ready for a steady romance but he told me he's realistic about what his fifty-three-year-old body. It's up for us seeing chris taco day and i joking told he said you know that's how you know. You're getting older. When a girl causing she liked cannot come over and be like well. You can come over but we have a sex. That's the difference now got important things to do tomorrow. I'm not just about to kill my back actor. You gotta love you doing this exercise. I mean a sale and this is death sex and money from uh-huh w._n._y._c.

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Stocks Close Out Best Week Since April as Investors Await Election Results

CNBC's Fast Money

25:20 min | 5 months ago

Stocks Close Out Best Week Since April as Investors Await Election Results

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The four names that need to be on your radar as we head into next week. But we start. You figured it with breaking news on the election. It's been sixty four hours now. Since polls closed in america and the vote counting continues five key battleground states. And let's get right to ayman jabar's with more on where things stand at this hour. Amen tyler. that's right. It's now officially friday evening. We still don't have a decision in this election but that Panel you just showed shows you the trend line. Which is joe biden. Having leads now in most of these battleground states that are still outstanding. Let's take a quick whiparound. Some of the most important one starting with pennsylvania. that's the whole ball of wax. And if you look at the graph on pennsylvania where you see biden At this point now forty-nine point five trump forty nine point three. There's a difference there of fourteen thousand five hundred and eighteen votes with ninety. Six percent of the vote in that is a squeaker. It is too close to call says. Nbc's decision desk so we wait on that twenty electoral college votes in the state of pennsylvania if biden were to win that That's the election's over. Donald trump can't win without securing pennsylvania. Take a look at georgia. Also where we've seen a lot of vote coming in in fulton county around the atlanta suburbs as well That one too close to call forty nine point. Four for biden forty nine point three trump's a lead there for the former vice president of just four thousand two hundred and fifty eight votes in arizona. A similar picture biden is ahead in arizona as the counting continues in that state eleven electoral votes at stake there. Too close to call biden forty nine point. Nine trump forty eight point six a difference of just over thirty nine thousand. Well call it. Nearly forty thousand votes in arizona as the vote continues to come in and in nevada also a similar picture. they've been reporting vote out through the afternoon And in nevada what you see it's forty nine point seven for biden forty eight point one For president trump a difference of just over twenty thousand all of are close but trending in the vice president's direction for the most part so with that said we're waiting to see whether the vice president will address the nation tonight tyler We were given some indication earlier today that it was likely that he would Without any major calls though It's going to be an open question about whether the vice president will in fact address the nation tonight so we stand by for that. Meanwhile well you have citing officials today. Go ahead go ahead. You absolutely anticipated my question. Though the news was that mr biden was going to speak to the nation tonight. I would be very dicey thing to do before. At least enough of these states have been called to put him over the top. Think truman and do it. Yeah yeah the politics of that are tricky. Especially because biden came out earlier this week right and said it's not for me to decide this election. It's not for donald trump to decide the election. We have to wait for the votes in the voters and the process to be To be finished and he urged patients for him to now Sort of go back on that and say no. I'm declaring victory Would seem to be you. Know sort of waffling a little bit. Although the president has already declared victory in this election and clearly He doesn't have a victory either. So we'll see what the biden camp decides tonight. so a lot of is on wilmington delaware. I can tell you. I've been talking to some biden. Folks tyler about this potential transition if they do pull this out and one of the things i'm told is they're not expecting to name economic officials until nearly december treasury national economic council those types of officials They are planning to mir brock obama's timeline and that's about when he named economic team officials. So don't think that just because we get a winner here. We're gonna immediately know all the names that matter. Cnbc in terms of treasury national economic council and then in terms of the president if he loses here been talking to an administration official today about what to expect there This person says you should expect that the president will be firing some people in issuing some pardons. This person says. I don't expect him to go crazy and fire everybody but we should expect some house cleaning. Some china is going to get broken on. The chopping block is anybody potentially from the defense secretary to the cia director to anthony fauci. The infectious disease expert. All those people could be fired in coming days by the president according to an administration official that i spoke to today tyler art amen. Thank you very what a week. It's been and it continues. Aimed java's in washington. Thank you or check out the market action. this week. it was a rally on billy. Basically no results the s. and p. five hundred gained seven point three percent for its best weeks since early april every single sector finishing in the green for the week with materials and healthcare hitting new record highs so as we head into the weekend with no clear election winner announced. How pizza jerry. And are you setting up for next week. What are you going to do. What are you going to tell us. Yeah it's pretty interesting tyler. I think if you go back to last wednesday and you just look. We started to see the move happened about their because we actually had volatility index up around forty and today we actually closed underneath twenty-five so we it wasn't just about coming towards tuesday in. It's not necessarily just the results of the election. It was just getting to the election and the lead up to that you look over at the at the dow up two thousand points you look up over at the nasdaq up. Nine hundred points an amazing run since last wednesday and people start to get a little bit more comfortable about. Hey we are getting towards this election. Finally and we knew there be a pause. We knew that if it got close at all there would be a pause and we probably wouldn't have a winner declared on wednesday and we obviously didn't and now this continues to extend out so it's gonna be an interesting path. I still think that people are going to be excited about. The markets industrials have been strong. But i'll tell you what it went right back to. Technology take a look at what happened with microsoft and amazon and facebook and apple all actually really trading very nicely after a really tough week at the end of the week last week. For some of those in the nasdaq side. So i think we're going to continue to extend this to the upside as people start to filter through and decide who actually is the president and right now it certainly is leaning towards vice president biden. Steve grasso it felt to me today. Like like the market had gone into victory. Formation and the quarterback scrunched down and taking a knee and taking the ball. Because they didn't want to do anything ahead of the weekend There's been a lot of talk about a move to value. But as pete says it's been the big growth names that have been continuing to play. Here what do you think comes next. Well let's start off with a surprise you to pick up on what aim and said aim and said if if if and when trump finally concedes he's going to break some china you hear that a little double entendre. Right there tyler. Now let's just. Let's just take another step back about taking a knee as a quarterback. So if pete knows this as well if you look at the value names you have. Ge is up thirty three percent in two thousand five days sale. Ceo the stock that you've never heard of that one is fifty three percent in twenty five days. All in is up. Seventy three percent in twenty five days. This is where the performance is coming from all the value place. All the diversified chemical space. If you look at what better value player deep defeat cyclical and value play. Can you get other than ge apple during that same timeframe one and a half percent profit yes and up five and a half percent basically i wm's up ten percent. So i will push back and say we talked about it a little bit last night. What is the bigger thing to worry about. The senate seat. Isn't it very very sneaky under radar that that perdue seat in georgia forty nine point eight percents. that means he's getting runoff. That means both seats are having a runoff. That means what comma harris could be the deciding. Vote if we go. Fifty fifty in the senate markets. Not paying attention that risk reward. You wanna be a seller of tech just in case you want to a buyer or add to or hold to your value positions bonowitz. Steve makes the case for value. The unloved getting some love but there. What do you think makes a lot of good points. It's really not that we necessarily have an outcome already. It's really the market trading on what president and what the expectations are right so we have got an on here and we spoke about getting comfortable with the with the blue wave where blue sweep and what that meant in terms of yield curve and rotation and out of technology taxes etc. So we have now. And as i said i think the first second and third priority is the virus. What we have is an indication at least looks like vice. President biden or former vice president biden will be assuming the presidency. I think that bodes well for our viral response and how we're going to be handling that global pandemic going forward and then we have what appears to be or what. We're headed for a gridlock in terms of congress and i think that looks like there won't be sweeping changes sweeping democratic or liberal changes there won't be massive increases in terms of in terms of the tax code regulation on technology financial energy sectors. And i think that's why you've seen the performance in what has been all year market leadership. Now it's still there will still be stimulus and there will still be some inflationary. I would argue disinflationary pressures on the market and so the rotation into value while. I think that'd be more about money on the sidelines coming in and being put into play rather than indiscriminate selling for tax loss harvesting or sorry rather to avoid taxes and moving out of technology into those value plays. I think you're gonna see more money flowing into both sectors across the board. There will be some rotation but i think that's why we're continuing to see the market board. Keep in mind the top cortec names are twenty twenty five percent of the market. I don't see how we're going to have a tremendous lift to the upside without those steel participating. Let's move to what jeff mills and get your take on it. What do you expect to see next week. There's a lot more to play out here in the election. they're going to be multiple court cases. Probably escalating all the way off to the supreme court. probably How do you think the market will react to that. Where would you be putting any incremental chips today or moving incremental chips. Out jeff tyler. I'm so glad that you phrase the question in that way because there are just so many unknowns out there that i'm trying to focus on the knowns as we have them today and one of those things i think that narrow house majority of democrats have i think that's being undercover d- you have a lot of democrats in traditionally gop districts and. I think that that could have an impact even under a democratic sweep scenario so you tax but get a smaller tax height because of that narrow majority i think that's generally good for the market You get a stimulus under that democratic sweep scenario but it's probably a smaller stimulus so i think that keeps a lid on rates to a degree. I think that's good for areas like housing and home builders these trends that were already in place and i think under either scenario. You probably do okay there. Either under gridlock or under a democratic sweep because of that narrow house majority. I also think about the dollar. Assuming we get a president biden. He can do a lot by executive order on the trade front. A removal of tariffs will disproportionately benefit foreign countries so foreign exchange being relative game those currency should appreciate versus the dollar that should be good for areas like materials and obviously emerging markets. In the last thing. I'll say just to wrap this up because we were talking about this relative performance between growth and value. I think the blue wave had pulled a lot of money toward that trade. And i think probably accelerated it. But i also. Don't think that under a gridlock. Scenario means that relative performance shift doesn't happen. I think that it does first of all. I think you have the recovery intact. Got decent employment numbers. Today we forget to talk about earnings companies who were beating beating by twenty percent the averages three or four thirty you end up with this scenario with some stimulus of vaccine plus earnings growth. You have industrials financials materials and consumer discretionary set to grow the most over the next couple of years. So that's where. I wanna be alright. Jeff thanks very much Let's get some more on how to play these markets as we get closer perhaps to an answer on the election which owned by michelle connell founder of portia capital. Majett michelle. Did i pronounce that right or is it porsche. It's named after the merchant of venice tyler. All right gotcha. You know there was something that was very interesting there in one of my notes. Let's talk about. Let's assume that. Mr biden ascends to the presidency. Next january twentieth. Let's assume that the republicans hold onto the senate and we know basically that the democrats with a narrow majority will hold onto the house. What sectors benefit under a divided government scenario. You're looking at strength pushing into energy because it's been so weak this year and now we know that regulation of energy is not going to be what we thought it was and here in texas aside relief that energy and fracking will save. So there's some good names in tinkler sector. Were also looking at financials which have been unloved. This year down about fifty percent year to date and looking at the fab. There won't be oppressive regulation on those and every time we come out of a presidential election healthcare usually does well and i think that will be even more so the case now that we know what will probably have less changes in that areas. Well let let me let me push back a little bit on energy. I see how healthcare could be a beneficiary because a lot of the changes would need legislation a behind them but the executive has a lot of power she or he To to do things in regulatory fashion with respect to energy through the epa and and fuelled guidelines for cars and so forth. So i i'd like to expand a little bit on why energy could be a beneficiary under biden when indeed. He said three weeks ago that he wants to unwind. America's dependence on fossil fuels. It would have been more of a fear that that was a possibility if we did indeed have a blue wave. That's not the case now. And so you're going to have a lot of senators allow onerous that note your constituents or on those jobs when you're looking at the average racking job making about sixty thousand dollars a year. I think that's going to be a tough. Sell to regulation added into area. Final thought michelle before. I let you go. A biden. administration will have what effect on trade and our relations with china is favorable for the alibaba's of the world. It's definitely favorable. Because they'll be less pressure on trade. And so we've had we've been fortunate enough to have a weakening dollar and now that china will have less pressure on them in terms of making concessions. I'd think you'll start to see more emphasis on the energy to the emerging markets side of the portfolio ali baba's the time on. Semiconductors in the world will start to do better than they have in the past and so i liked that part of the world versus some of the other parts of the world versus europe for instance. Shell thank you for spending part friday night with us. Michelle connell of porsche capital pete. Let's trade these these ideas that we've just knocked around a little bit So you kick it off. What what's your reaction there. Yeah listening to michelle. She's i'm on board with a couple of those. I i look. At the financials balance sheets look great. We all know that there have been issues for a long period of time that may change into the not too distant future. But they're making so much money in other areas tied up tyler that i just think that this is an area that absolutely has more upside. So we'll see. I like the financial and healthcare by the way healthcare. We've seen some great performance of late and especially this week. Obviously great performance. But i don't think it's over. I think there's plenty of room to the upside still across the board whether it's a. Unh or a merck. Or whatever i think there are different aspects that absolutely can work to the upside. So i would agree with michelle for sure on those. We're gonna talk a little bit later this hour on the healthcare names but meantime we've got some breaking news on biogen. Let's go to make terrell for that. I make tyler panel of outside advisers to the fda just-concluded vote on whether to support biogen's alzheimer's drug and the vote was resoundingly negative. Now this follows by stock rising forty three percent on wednesday after the. Fda's documents about the drug came out. That's that huge spike. You see there at the end of this stock chart and here's just some context about why this is so important to via jen. Last year they discontinued these trials of this alzheimer's drug when it looked like they wouldn't work then in october. They got some more information that suggested the drug might work. The gave them guidance that they should file for approval. And that's the process. We're seeing play out right now so earlier this week. We got the sign that the fda is looking at this very positively that caused the stock to bump up forty percent on wednesday as you can see there. The stock has been halted today as they've done this vote. This outside panel of advisors has said the drug based on the evidence. They've seen does not look like it works however the fda does not have to listen to them. They are set to decide by march whether to approve. This drug many expect that because the empty was so positive wednesday. They will still approve it. Even though this panel vote was so negative so tyler that's a confusing set of things to explain but the stocks should open at some point. Either tonight or or monday. And we'll see how much the market thinks the. Fda is going to listen to this negative. Vote on this alzheimer's drug tie interesting. It's kind of an intermediate step along the along. Along trail meg. Thank you very much. jeff mills. Let me turn to you as as meg just spelled it out. This is not a death knell for this mess. This drug necessarily biogen. What should i do in light of that. How much might the stock selloff in after hours later trading tonight and then through monday yeah one of our research analyst actually put a note out on this today they follow the stock and clearly. This drug is massively important. For by genu- saw the move in the stock mentioned forty three forty four percent up the other day so i think if this does not go well you're gonna give that back and then some to your point it's not necessarily a death knell but i would be very very careful with the name here all right. Jeff thanks very much and coming up roku rocketing higher in today's session and one of our traders says if you missed out on the big run there could be a new chance to get in. We will bring you back. Trade with fast money comes right back at you today. Every answer matters were than ever before because whether it's about health deliveries or finance some things just can't wait. That's why ibm is helping. Businesses manage millions of calls texts and chats with watson. assistant it's conversational. I designed to help your customers find the answers. They need faster no matter the industry. Let's put smart to work visit. Ibm dot com slash watson assistant to learn more. Welcome back fast money. Everybody shares of roku on the rise jumping thirteen percent today the streaming platform rallying after a strong earnings beat. So steve what you take on roku so they grew revenues by seventy three percent or so. They grew their user base over forty percent these. Tv's they're built in tyler. Pete and i or giving away these. Tv's to every new. Follow her on twitter. So this is how easy you can get these hashtag just kidding. But but still. They're growing their ad base here. But i will say this this stock chart all you technicians understand this. It checks back to. It's fifty day habitually and that is twenty percent lower than the current stock price. So let's even say it has a rising fifty day moving average you're due for a fifteen percent check back so you want to buy it you wait and then you could buy Even cheaper and have a great deal longer. It is all about pete when you buy not necessarily a buy and sell not necessarily what you buy right. That's absolutely you know the the problem is when you look at this name you look at it and you say my goodness. Where's this thing from p perspective and you could say that about a lot of companies tyler. We've gone through this whole pandemic and we've talked about zoom. We've talked about all these. Various names roku who is just an extraordinary. It is an unbelievable quarter that they put up. But i like steve's idea of at least waiting for a pullback and giving you at least an idea a roadmap of when when it might be a better opportunity to buy all right thanks guys up next your final trades. We'll be right back this. Cnbc podcast is brought to you by td. Ameritrade investing isn't one-size-fits-all every investor has a unique style. That's why td ameritrade offers two different mobile apps. There's td ameritrade mobile which lets manager portfolio with streamlined. Simplicity or thinker. Swim mobile which gives you tools. You need for more. Advanced trades and in-depth analysis visit td ameritrade dot com slash apps to find the one. That's right for you once again. That's td ameritrade dot com slash apps. Right folks time for the final trae. Let's go around the horn. Pete you get to go. I i'm gonna start with marvel technology. This thing's going higher going higher. Jeff what do you think what's next. E an emerging markets each above that forty five level. I think can go to fifty five pretty quickly. Go to fifty five. How about you bhawan. Top one forty five and has been rangebound one thirty one forty five. I think you trade that range. Ibb and you've got ten seconds. Stave julie up one hundred and forty percent. I think it's moving a lot higher from here. Probably thirty percent of the upside have a great weekend. Tyler thanks for thanks for letting me be a part of the adult swim. Don't go anywhere. Options action is next today. Every answer matters more than ever before because whether it's about health deliveries or finance some things just can't wait. That's why ibm is helping. Businesses manage millions of calls texts and chats with watson. Assistant it's conversational. Ai designed to help your customers find the answers. They need faster no matter the industry. Let's put smart to work visit. 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This is the show for the people to help us navigate a rick system teachable moments from the so-called law and order headlines. Listen to holding court with ebony k williams on the iheartradio app on apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts presented by pepsi. Zero sugar fox sports radio. We're gonna forget about a lot of this stuff but where you breeze ranks and why. He doesn't rank higher. I think tells us a lot about well humanity real no the league in. We're gonna start there. Yeah that was the big news in the nfl on sunday. Saints cortec drew brees announcing his retirement after twenty seasons in the nfl. Okay so the first thing that is shocking and this is a stat big. On entering the football season last year was it was in the prior two years. If you look at qbr which is a great single stat when it comes to quarterback play. It's probably the best. Single stat is only two players in both nineteen and twenty so prior to this most recent season two players were in the top ten both years. One patrick mahomes the other drew brees and drew brees is worst ranking was three and mahomes worse ranking was too so literally they were there and no one else russell wilson blah blah blah. You can keep name shawn watson. They all had a season out of all of the two out of the top ten. It was that hard to just put to really elites or top third of the league seasons this season his retirement season ju- breeze ranked and qbr number six. So this is when he retires is number six now is that because he's so great. He's retired with gas left in the tank. I don't know. I think this could be about shawn payne also but if ultimately performances what matters the wanna be scouts that are talking about arm strength and all that they have no idea what they're talking about now the guys that do said hayes. Armstrong suffered maybe. That's why he's six. But how shocking is it. That a guys retiring when he's number six. Well actually doing. Some research. Mckenzie in research pregame.com. Did we get a list of the position of qbr when people have retired recently. Or should we hold that. Yeah we got the big names. Go ahead philip rivers this year. He was nineteenth continuing big. Ben could have retired this year. He was twenty second should. Oh go ahead. And then there was the peyton manning he actually didn't qualify but he would have been in the twenties range and then we have drew brees this year. He was six. So what we're saying is literally no one we can remember and there might be an exception retired when they were even in the top half of the league and drew brees was number six and he was number two and number three and the three last year to three and six and only mahomes was in a tiny even the first two of those years. So joan is were straight outta vegas as you think about that. What does it tell you. Why do you think breeze retired. And what does it tell you guys. Still put up great stats. I think he retired because physically. It felt like it was becoming more and more of a challenge for him to get out there. There was reports that before last season the saints had to really talk him into it that they had to talk him into it and so he signed her finishing like number two or three and they signed the t. Signed a two year deal. But he had the gig artie. Lined up with nbc. And it just felt like this was going to be as last year sean. Payton accidentally spilled the beans in an interview and then afterwards said no no. I don't know what i'm talking about. He's got two years left but it was. It was obvious to a lot of people. But i think what drew brees did. This year is just indicative of what he did after shoulder surgery he figured out how to just play even with limitations and he did with how tall he was. He did it with the you know. The devastating stuffy did do a shoulder his final game with the chargers he mastered the ability to know what his body could do. And what is body couldn't do and he played to its strengths his entire career. And i think that's what made him great. That is a strong tape because it just shows you the even with the off even more obvious limitation of the weakened arm as we call it the noodle arm he still was a qbr number six now with a lot of people think is and i agree with this. The pf grade pro. Football focus is about looking at each play in assessing not the outcome but the physical performance. Did he do it right so like in baseball. If there were not that there is for fat but if it was a hard hit shot down the line. Third baseman makes a great play. It's he hit the ball hard right so he gets credit for in theory though again. They don't do baseball. But that's a good analogy. The difference between performance in. Pf is often. The coaching is often some lock. And also the supporting cast so drew brees last season the most recent one. Qbr number six pf grade ranked number twenty five so shows you. The physical skills were dropping off but some combination of his savvy. And i think peyton manning it was the same thing when he was in that super bowl run yet. He wasn't throwing the ball like he used to. But he had savvy moxie somewhat say and same thing with brees because he's number twenty five when it came to physical performance graded by pf. Again another testament. I think is joan is said to his savvy. Be sure to catch. Live additions of straight outta vegas weekdays at six pm eastern three. Pm pacific on fox sports radio and the iheartradio app. Hey this jason mcintyre join me every weekday morning on my podcast straight. Fire with jason mcintyre. This isn't your typical sports pod pushing the same tired narratives down your throat. 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Is going to be the quarterback for the houston texans and twenty twenty one and we had an uncomfortable press conference where he looked like. It was a hostage video. I would say maybe. And then i hear later that he did a podcast earlier in which she says so listen. We don't need the we want the skinny. What's going on. I think the texans don't wanna trade to shawn watson and they realized that they've got a lot more poll in this situation a lot more leverage than to sean does Deshaun scientists deal. He hasn't played it down on that new deal. Which change is a question. We keep asking ourselves from the time. He cashed that. I check what has changed. Could be a fundamental reason to say. I want to break a contract as unbelievable as it sounds bill. O'brien left and most people would say. Oh that's a positive they didn't do you think it's a negative. I think the fact that they didn't look like they did anything to improve the situation there. And they left the guy in charge the jet easterby. They left him in charge. The guy that seemed to be the right hand man of bill. O'brien i i think that bothers because they're not going in a new direction. It looks now like it's just more of the same. So you and i in or fred have had done radio for like eight years straight this year. I wasn't able to. I'm going to get back. But i loved are hit but i haven't heard your take on this to me from an outside the easterby situation. It feels like the knives are out in a way. That doesn't make any sense to me in the feels almost like a religious backlash in a way because usually everyone gets the benefit of the doubt in the league. This guy came from andy reid. The two best coaches by most accounts. Right now andy. Reid in ballot check. He was with kansas city. First easterby then went to the patriots. You got a guy like friend of the show. Mike lombardi who is not afraid to be negative about people saying that he was a good man fars i could see now i get the whole idea. Should he be in the position. He's in but boy feels like the negativity about east as much bigger than that. What do you see on the ground. With andy reid and bill belichick who was not involved in football decisions and that's decisions. He made that. It's been doing no. He's making football decision. He made the decision on the gm to hire the texans. Is that a football or is that an executive decision owner usually going to make that decision. What's he know about football. Well that's true but he the they hired a search firm after the search firm patrick plausible deniability list of five candidates. He says well. You know my buddy nick. Caserio back there in new england. He'd be good for this job. And now he apparently on the hopkins trade which obviously ends up looking pretty bad for the texans. He signed off on the hopkins. Shave your the right to veto. Did he have right to did. Easter be have a right to veto that trait. I believe he did well. Maybe he's a genius political operator. That knew the trae was going to happen any way possible. Because let's be honest to rise. He's risen is a pretty amazing thing. This is like a movie. That's like being there or something. Lardner becomes a consultant of the president. Goes back to the religious thing. One thing that will get you. A lot of power is a religious connection. And i believe the jack has more of a tiny any. I think any affinity you have with the boss is a good thing right. And this goes above kalmyk mcnair to his mother janice mcnair who still technically owns. The team doesn't manage day to day things. She loves oster be wants him. That widely reported. I don't think it's widely reported widely known. News is what you're saying. I'm not bring national. You're not just in your little. Houston i would say it's widely. Wow what are you thinking jets. Interesting is because often times and again this is an individual case but religious ladies they get older and there becomes a real even the sopranos depicted. There's a real powerful connection that goes beyond the typical relationships What do you think. It's kind of similar to seattle where they've talked about Pete carroll and his his relationship there with ownership in and how After there was a passing the owner passed away that he still kept a close bond and a close relationship with the family. There that was court sort of overseeing things and so you knew it had to be something because of jackie street didn't provide anything football wise. He must have provided something at from a relationship standpoint. Or a friendship standpoint to be able to still be empower after all these years that's shown as i'm rj bell. We're straight out of vegas now. I've read the sun's wikipedia page. I mean literally. That's about my but it seems like he is a am gonna say seems seems like he's a typical second generation billionaire. Where daddy helped him where he could but he just never re they give is like arthur now. Okay so so i know. It's easy to lampoon the billionaire sun. But would you. Would you say if you take away. That that acidic legitimately this is a guy that that hasn't achieved a tiny even with all those advantages and maybe it makes sense kind of bumbling through this he he's achieve nothing without his dad around. And don't don't sugar coated on is. He's done nothing without him. And and since his dad's passing. Which also jack easter being there. When when bob mcnair past helping janice through that i think that kind of drew her in but i also think that he was a guy who is always set to take this job when bob mcnair died and he was never woolly prepared to do it and now they've gone from being a solid ownership to to really one of the worst run organizations in sports period and i think that's true this is aj from houston giving us the insight. I'm rj bell. Strata vegas last thing on this for now. We'll talk a little bit about it throughout the week and we got a ton of college basketball previewing to do remember. The tournament doesn't tip off the main part till friday an extra day this week. The father there were some comments made that were deemed racially. Insensitive was the know. you've had a press pat. You know you've been in houston a long time. Was the whispers. That was a problem that players felt like there was insensitivity from the top. Was that a one time thing that was real but a one time thing. It was more than a one time thing. Because there's the we can't let the inmates run the run. The prison comet when thinking of he also went up to the players. The day that barack obama was elected in tears saying that this is the worst thing that's ever happened to our country. I'll tell you. I mean i could see a guy that felt that saying that the country club said it to his players was his rationale. I mean boy. what is rationale. But he was saying the players would agree with them. Why i guess. I guess he did. He thought well. These are millionaires to. They'll agree with me. But i used to do a show with dwayne brown. Who's now the left tackle for the seahawks and left on at odds with ownership over these these types of things and he told me that story was unbelievable. That that that that's the so doesn't is make the case that his passing away in new control should be a net positive. It should have been but not but not be sure to catch. 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There's like the billionaire at the top or the multi-billionaire then there's three billionaires in then some other tiers obviously but the zags are clearly the best we're going to get a aj hoffman college basketball. Pick on the eventual champion. I oh gimmie three teams. And this guy doesn't mess around that you think under or let's go overrated. Which means you going to be lane more points. Typically their odds are not going to be juicy at all these teams to avoid because they're overrated. You got three of them. Yeah tech texas tech jumps off the page at me This is a team that you know from a an ats standpoint. They were ten and seventeen against the spread this year high. So which is a sign of. They fell short of expectations. Right constantly fell short of expectations. Yet they're still at twenty five to one. I think they're fourteenth in the odds at twenty five to one so i think texas tech wildly overrated based on what we saw two years ago when i made a run to the finals. Okay so we'll go through the three teams. Then i'm gonna have you pick one of the these teams fayed in the first round. The second team is. I'm not gonna take it personally but my team. The ohio state buckeyes. Yeah ohio state dealing whistle. The the the ohio state buckeyes dealing with some injuries late in the season and they made a nice run through the the big ten tournament. Obviously they're good. I just don't know that. Ohio state is sixteen to one good and i don't know that they should be such a huge favourite in the first round. Listen i'm not. I do not try to be a college basketball expert. But wouldn't you agree to stay in. I'm going by recollection here. They played better in the second half of the season. Yes sir in general. Would you say this season with more disruption early and all that that waiting these later games and maybe in each individual case maybe not but generally makes more sense than a typical season. Well i say when you say. Ohio state played better they. They had a good run in tournament. Ohio state lost their last four regular season games. So they can. They stumbled into the tournament and then they had a nice tournament run. Well listen buckeyes. Technically step up when matters pressures on and do you think it matters most against oral roberts. We'll see where all roberts is not anywhere near columbus ohio that much all right last one. I another big town. You think overrated. Yeah and i always good but to be. the fifth. favourite overall is just absurd to me team. That doesn't play much defense. I don't like it because i'm alone. You're saying amongst the number two seeds or all four number one of the top four. This is the favor favorite. I was sixteen to one. And he's tied with oklahoma state and alabama okay amongst these three if you had to fade one in the first round against the spread. Who's going to be ohio state. Who'll explain why quickly night. Matchup or a roberts is an offensive juggernaut for their for their class. Which ohio states. Happy to play that style. They're happy to get into a back and forth game. It's just hard to cover that many points with a team that is going to score. They're going to score a special remember in the first round of the tournament. If you're a big favourite you don't often keep your starters in if you have twelve with two minutes left. 'cause you're playing within forty eight hours absolutely okay We got two minutes. So i'm going to read your three underrated and give me a sentence on each perdue. Forty two one underrated dominant big man and trayvon williams match up nightmare for a lot of guys team. That's there. they've got zero seniors which worries me. But they've got a lot of talent. That's come together late. In the season oregon at fifty to one also underrated oregon is tough because they they are bracket did them no favours. The committee did them no favours. But that's a really good team a really talented team. That's gonna they're gonna make some noise. I think okay and when you say no favors. They were under senior seated. Or maybe there's a particularly bad up taxes from your home. State here also underrated texas. A little bit underrated twenty. Two one was their number. There's a lot of people who think they're a final four team. I don't know what they're quite that. But i think they're close. I saw your listen. Aj hoffman. We're strata vague. You're savvy you're you're the kind that's going to give us something. No one would expect so i'm excited. Who do you have the win the title. I'm gonna give you probably the same guy like dickie. All these guys are giving. it's gonzaga. i just think i hate to. I hate to go chalk. But i just think they're harley you're comfortable with derek class ahead of everyone else and we see baylor. They haven't looked the same since covert michigan's coming into this tournament with an injury to a really key. Guy is ahah livers so that second class. The gap is widening between gonzaga in the field. 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Episode #17: The History Of The HEMI Part 3

Talking Mopars

32:59 min | 1 year ago

Episode #17: The History Of The HEMI Part 3

"This is episode number seventeen and today we are continuing our Hemi talk. We're also talking project car of the Week high-performance Parts and listeners stories. Once again if you are a moped enthusiasts than you are in the right place. Don't go anywhere. You're tuned into the best moped Suzy's driven podcast on planet earth. And I'm your host Chris. Albrecht better known as the MOPE are hunter. And this is talking mope bars and you're listening to talking parts with the Mall Car Hunter. Your direct connection to all things mope last week we talked about the legendary four twenty six. Hemi in what was part two of the three part series on the history of the Hemi here on talking about parts. Well this is it folks. The final installment part three is here and we are ending the series on the modern era. Emmy and thank you for to project. Are The we handle all four. We remember when Australia Matthew High here to say thank you to. Everyone voted for talking. Mo- bars in the PODCAST magazine. Hot Fifty lists or their second issue. The hot fifty list is generated solely from listener votes for their favorite podcasts. So I am extremely proud and humbled to say that we made the list in podcast magazines. Second issue talking. Mo- pars placed sixteenth in the hot fifty. The crazy thing is the podcast ranked among some of the most popular podcast on the planet. Even ranking three down from Joe Rogan's podcast. Who made number one in the inaugural issue? Now if you don't know who Joe Rogan is. Let's just say he's an actor comedian. Ufc commentator and world renowned podcast. His podcast is arguably the biggest podcast on planet earth. So the fact that he made number one in the first issue and number thirteen in the second and the we came in number sixteenth. Right Below. Him is just insane. It's a huge accomplishment and a testament to the power and loyalty of the Mo- Park community. Another crazy thing is that talking. Mo- parts is the only automotive podcast to ever be ranked on the list now. I know we're only two issues into that magazine. But that's still that's bragging rights folks. No one can ever take that from talking about parcel. That is great and I want to take this moment to thank all of you listening for your support and to everyone who voted. Thank you so much to make. This list is an honor and now talking Mo- parts is cemented in history as the first automotive and the only Mo- podcast to make that list so with that said. Remember to send me your stories questions. Comments complaints suggestions and so on to me at Chris at Dot COM or. You can leave me voice message and I will share it on the podcast. My New Number. Which is two zero nine twenty eight? Mo Par and since we're talking about it no one has sent me a voice message yet to share on the show. Don't be scared folks. Come on trust me. It'll be a good time and you could be one of the first people to ever have their voice. Heard on the best mope our podcast in history. All right so let's stop messing around and let's get this show on the road. This week's project car of the week is something a little bit different that I see a ton of potential. In and to be honest I really WANNA find one Sunday because I think they are awesome and I love to build one into a street machine so today we have a sweet nineteen. Sixty six dodge. A one hundred pickup. That was posted on the moped. Hunter facebook page on Tuesday February. Twenty fifth at nine. Am here is the AD nineteen sixty dodge. A one hundred pickup twenty five hundred dollars Riverside Nineteen six eighty one hundred three window pickup builder six cylinder auto not running missing windshield and tailgate. Twenty five hundred if you email include phone number no number. No reply caller text. This listing says that the title status is missing depending on your state. You should be able to get a title for it. You can file a missing title. You can get the paperwork for missing titles and whatnot but as long as you can verify that the seller is the last registered owner. It should not be a problem to obtain title depending on what state you're in in some states. I've heard that you don't even need a title for vehicles. That are this old so very state by state so if you were to look at something with a missing title be sure to do your research on missing titles in your particular state so moving on this thing is cool like I said. I see tons of potential in this truck. So let's talk about first impressions. I don't know about you but when I see any project car or truck that I'm interested in I start thinking of all the possibilities with this. One hundred is no different. The rake alone on. This thing is so exaggerated that you know. It reminds me of a one hundred that Ed big Daddy Roth would have drawn. The only thing that's missing from this thing is a giant green monster protruding from the roof with its monstrous hand on a disproportionately sized shift knob with clouds of smoke. Engulfing the rear wheels. You know what I mean this thing cartoony and I'm into it. Let's talk price for twenty five hundred. I think this would make an awesome project. I think it would be really fun for somebody to get it on. As long as you've got that title stuff taken care of now. Let's say I got it and got all the titles stuff worked out in. It made sense for me to pick this truck up. So here's what I would do I. I have to get everything in working order as I would with any project vehicle. The brakes gotta work in. The engine has to run so once. Those issues are ironed out. I would probably make a phone call to my pals down in Oregon at wildcat. Auto wrecking to find me. Some glass and a tailgate. You can find wildcat at their website which wildcat Mo- Pars Dot Com. They are a moped. Specific Salvage Yard in Sandy Oregon. That has several hundred mopeds that they are putting out and they have a number of project cars for sale so be sure to check him out regardless if you're in the Pacific northwest or not once I got the truck complete got that missing tailgate and I got all the window glass in. I'd probably try to do what I could to repair some of the rust but I would buy this truck to build a ratty running and driving street machine and do the body work as I go at least. That's what I would intend to do. So that brings me to paint. I probably just rattled. Can't it to be honest if I'M GONNA do metal work along the way there's no sense in you know trying to paint it right away and since the whole goal is to get it up and running quick as possible. You know probably means a lot of bodyworks. I'd imagine that the best plan of action would be you know just rattled cabinet or get some really cheap paint spray it on with an HVAC. I'd probably go flat black. And then maybe I'd experiment with pinstripe work or have someone come out and do something cool to it same with the Interior. I'd shoot that flat black as well and probably have the dash pinstripe to maybe the door. Panels I would just want an easy and cheap way to get the truck covered in one color and you know a cheap and easy would be the best idea if I'm planning on doing any metal work on the way and the pin striping is just kind of you know to Polish turtle little bit. Let's be honest you know it's GonNa have crappy body work and stuff until I get it done then you might as well you know. There's some pizzazz at it. Why not? My intention isn't to have a show winner here yet. You know. It's just to get the truck on the road and that's what I would do if it was mine next. I'd probably try to locate a set of low back bucket seats. I know there are companies out there that make these custom bucket seats the low backs to order so you can pick colors. You know stitching inserts that kind of stuff so there are companies that can do that and I think clean buckets would really be nice to have on the inside. An alternative to the bucket seats would be some fabricated bomber seats. I've seen some really cool bomber seats that were custom-made they have the Riverton them and really. Nice beat rolled patterns. Those are cool. That would be fun to next. I definitely want to keep the exaggerated staggered. Look to the wheels and tires with that really aggressive. Rake but I definitely upgrade to some slotted mags or some crackers keeping the wheel entire sizes widely disproportionate. You know so. Things stays raked and wants. This thing is operational. Enjoy it while I hunt down a new power plant. Because let's face it if you've got some that looks cool. The slant six may not complete the job so for this hypothetical project. I think I would do a third generation. Hemi swap just to keep things interesting since we're talking hypothetically here. Why not throw super charger on it too? So supercharge modern hemi would be really cool in this thing. Definitely turn some heads and of course. If I'm going modern Hemi than my first call would be to blake at DIY HEMI DOT com for all my wiring needs for the modern. Hemi and not just rewiring. Either Blake is an encyclopedia when it comes to these. Modern HEMI SWAPS. Blake is the man to get a hold of remember. Diy HEMI DOT COM. And of course there's GonNa be tons of other little details that would undoubtedly going to this bill. But that's just what I dreamt up in my head really quick when I saw it. So there you go a wild street machine one hundred. And here's where I ask the most important question of this segment. What would you do with it? That question is posted on my social media channels for talking. Mo- pars and the Mo Par Hunter. So let me know on those threads and that was project car of the week. This is high performance parts the segment of the show where we take a couple minutes to highlight him. Oh Park from TV or movie. History this week's high performance part belongs to the nineteen sixty seven plymouth. Gts convertible in the road. Comedy Film. Tommy boy starring Chris Farley and David Spade. It's about the slacker son of an auto parts company owner who tries to save the family business after his father passes away and with the help of his father's snarky business account the to impart on hilarious. Business Road trip in a nineteen sixty seven plymouth. Ctx That doesn't actually fair to well throughout the film thankfully it appears as though the used in the movie was actually a tribute car but nonetheless. It's always tough watching Mo- partake beating on the big screen. The car starts out as a beautiful light blue metallic convertible that has a slight rake to it with some crackers on it. It's a really clean looking car and I think they chose well. Some subtle hints that can be seen throughout this movie. Indicate that this car was not an original. Gt expert rather attribute car. Which makes it a little easier to watch the abuse the CORTEX throughout the movie by the end of the movie. The convertible top and interior were completely destroyed due to an accident involving a presumably dead. Dear I'll leave it at the house so you can check out the movie and see for yourself how it played out but the car also loses the driver's side door and ends up having a replacement made up of cardboard and duct tape and as far as the convertible top at one point the movie. A new top is actually crafted using an abundance of duct tape in a blue tarp which is absolutely hilarious. The movie is great in the car really does have a significant role in the film. It's pretty much throughout the whole thing. So if you like silly road comedies this one is bound to entertain you and make you laugh if you watch the movie. You'll notice some of mistakes made concerning the car including a reference to the engine that is inaccurate and some movie movie flood ups. That are kind of funny. Like the scene where the door. The driver's door gets damaged at the gas station. If you watched really closely you'll see exactly what I'm talking about. It's pretty funny. And then the scene where the convertible top is destroyed. The car at the very end of that scene may not actually be a GTS or even a Belvedere or satellite. So pay close attention to that and good. Mo- par is will also notice the differences between an actual gt ex and the clone used in the film. So pay attention to that. The Star of this week's edition of high performance parts belongs to the nineteen sixty seven plymouth. Gts Tribute car featured in Tommy boy rest in peace Chris Farley. It's time once again for listener stories. This week's story comes to us from Kelley snap here. Is Kelly story? Here's my sixty eight corn at four forty. I'm the third owner second family. The Lady I bought it from grandmother bought it new. She supposedly stored at basically every winter. We live in Idaho lots of snow and salt and judging by its condition. I believe it. It has fifty one thousand original miles original paint vinyl top and interior. The seats especially the drivers are showing their age with tears but nothing horrible. It's got a few little areas with dense which I can proudly say none were for me but no rush to be seen anywhere. I've had the carpet pulled clear back and there was hardly a speck of surface. Rest anywhere in the floor. Same with the Trunk Pan. It was originally a three eighteen automatic column shift car. Nothing special but last ball I finally completed swapping in a two thousand six point seven. Hemi that I drove for a while with the ninety four trans but just recently swapped in silver sport. A four one. I know some would consider this a travesty. But I've been very careful to not do anything. Drastic that would be irreversible to get back to exactly stock no major cutting welding etc. Plus the way I figure driving at this ways keeping miles off of the original eighteen ninety four which of course mothballed in kept it had an open to seventy six rear end but quite a while ago I swapped it for three ninety one limited slip. My mom bought it for me when I was seventeen. Which was about nineteen ninety nine early on in my teenage years. I developed an interest in cars and anything automotive or mechanical so she always did whatever she could help and support me. Which I'm sure is a mom wasn't easy since my dad had already passed away in nineteen ninety-seven before I was even fourteen. She also recently passed away. Suddenly in two thousand fifteen so obviously this really has some sentimental value with marriage and everything else that happens life. This car had been through a streak of many years without ever being driven or even running but my wonderful wife. Alexis has been very supportive even the middle of having a baby last April two thousand nineteen and we've gotten on the road again and are definitely enjoying it. I enjoy your podcast. Keep it up. I will try and get some more pictures. Let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you for your story. Kelly. I'm sorry to hear about the loss of your father. But it's good to know that your mom was very supportive in his absence and having that car is a great symbol of that trying time that your family went through and a symbol of your mom's role in supporting your love of cars at a young age. I'm really sorry to hear about her passing. But I'm sure that makes your corn at that much more specialty. It's great that your wife supports your project. Even while being a mom great job Alexis the world of Mo- par would be a better place with more supporting spouses like you in it Kelly. I know you mentioned the a four one transmission being considered a travesty. Some mopnths easiest but I say it's yours building how you want buddy. It's better than rotting into the ground somewhere so I will say I liked it. You built it leaving the possibility of returning it back to factory if you ever decide to do so. That's always a good idea. And I also love the modern Hemi swap that you did. I'm always an advocate for modern hemi swaps because one the swaps are easier now than ever to as the engines age. They will start to show up more often. And wrecking yards making it easier to find parts and generally. They're showing up a lot more. That means there's going to be an abundance. Which makes them a little cheaper and three. They are extremely tuna and respond very well to modifications when their bill right so sounds like you have a really clean coronet buddy and it looks great. Thanks for sharing the pictures and I really hope this car turns out to be. The new family heirlooms starting with you. Thanks for listening to this. Show Kelly and for sending in your story. Our second story for this week is from John Burnett. This here is John Story. Howdy I've got a story on my I mo Parse Lashkar and younger feller which will probably be a nice change pace for your show. I'm from Colorado. At least until a few months ago couple years back I got a summer job bucking. Hey for some family friends who were MO- par people. I work six days a week sometimes high on ten hours a day in the dry heat of eastern Colorado often enlarge UN insulated metal building. So the heat was unbearable. But I remember so vividly waiting for my dad to pick me up from work one day July and sitting out on the porch in front of Said Family Friends. House looking for cars on craigslist. When I see this ugly Brown four DOOR SEDAN FROM PLYMOUTH. I've never heard of so. Naturally I CLICK ON THE AD. I look at the listening. I remember thinking this would be a nice beater until I can afford seventy challenger. Ta which at the time was my dream car later that night. I'm talking with my dad about this weird car. And he takes his friend. Whose Dad was a big MOE partner way back when and somehow police fear. Va came up. And this friend's dad calls mine and he's yelling at him about that motor being special for some odd reason and offering to buy a motor car. We didn't even have so clearly something was up. We had to go look at this thing. A couple of weeks pass and some friends had taken me to look at some other cars. They didn't want more than I had and would have been much more practical but much more boring. These friends are also part. People having Ram Charger and at the time. A Jeep X J. I had a short day of work because the family friends knew I was giddy about going to see this car. I can hardly focus on actually working. My Dad picks me up and we drive cleared the other side of Denver to look at this thing we drive by the hoods open. I'm told that's not a good sign. We go around the corner and get dinner. We come back around and pull into a sketchy yard with fuel dodge pick-ups and an old challenger Derby car. My Dad talks with the guy for a bit while I drool over everything. This guy has. He calls me over so we can go test drive. Seems pretty basic drives US around the corner and flips around to head back on our way back to this place. My Dad floors it. The back end kicks out tire. Smoke comes pouring in from the back seat. In the Speedo is showing triple digits. He goes to slow down for the light in the car. Bucks to the right brakes. Were bad we pull back into this. Guy's house my heart's still beating racehorses. I remember quite vividly. My Dad saying well what do you think and I just said. When can we come and get it about a week later? We came back with a bar. Trailer got the car and she's been with me ever since for almost seven years note. I didn't add ages. Names are generally more detail for the privacy of every other party involved. I'm sure you can understand a John. Thanks roofs story. You didn't actually mention what Plymouth it was that you ended up buying but I can actually make an educated guess. Since you mentioned the polly headed small block likely three eighteen and probably inside a mid sixties Belvedere. Something like that. I could be wrong but you'll have to correct me if I am the police vehicle. V8's were interesting while no Hemi. They did have some cool aspects to them. And we're going to have to discuss them on a future episode. Because I think we could highlight the polly. V8's talk quite a bit about him. So look forward to that on another episode. I like that your dad. Let that Old Plymouth. Eat a little while. It was out on a test. Drive I am a big proponent of really putting a car through the paces on test drives I mean you need to know what you're getting yourself into right. You need to know what that car can do. So what better? Way Than getting their rear come loose and burning a little rubber. There is no better way. Your Dad clearly knows how to test drive cars properly very cool. It sounds like you have yourself a fun toy John. I'm curious to see if you just drive it for transportation purposes or if you plan on doing a little hot rod with it keep me posted man and thanks for sending in your story. Those are the listener stories for this week. If you WANNA hear yours on this show email me your story at Chris at Talking Mo- parks dot com or call. Leave me a message that I can share on the podcast by dialing my new number which is two zero nine twenty eight Mo par once again two zero nine twenty eight Mo par also before I forget to those of you who sent in pictures to go along with your stories I will be sharing those on social media unless you ask me specifically not to than I will respect those wishes but I've had some people ask me to see the pictures of not only the project car the week but also the listener story mobile so if anybody has sent me those pictures I will be sharing them soon. So keep an eye out on my social media because your car will be featured at some point for the mopus world to see nineteen seventy-one marked the end of the elephant era. It would be thirty two years before we would see the Hemi make its triumphant return. But it didn't actually do it in a performance car instead. The new five point seven liter. Hemi which was three hundred and forty five cubic inches and three hundred and forty five horsepower. That's one horsepower. Per Cubic inch would be found in Dodge. Ram's alongside the tried and true five point nine Magnum v eight by two thousand and four if you WANNA deviate and you're heavy duty. Ram You could actually only get the Hemi also available. In two thousand four was the first Durango with the Hemi and the new Hebrides while inspired by the hemmings of the past. Don't have quite the same hemispheric. Combustion Chambers as the originals. But don't shoot the Messenger folks. I'm just telling you the truth. The modern hemi still have their opposing valves and spark plugs right smack in the middle. So when I say plugs I'm also not just referring to eight plugs Nano. The new Hemi has sixteen plugs. That's right in case you didn't know the modern hemmings have two spark plugs per cylinder and before we dive into each of the modern street. Hemmings it's important to say that there were thousands of four twenty six hemmings produced. The exact number varies depending on your source. But let's say loosely around ten Thousand Street. Emmys were produced between nineteen sixty five and nineteen seventy-one compare that to the millions of modern Hamis. That will someday be available as dropouts rebuildable cores. I think the modern hemmings have a bright future finding their way under the hood of race cars and classic Mo- parts as well in fact they already are the modern Hemi Swat movement within the Mo- Park community is growing and with guys like my friend. Blake from DIY Hemi on a mission to Hemi swap. The world it's safe to say that there will not only be zero shortage of third-generation hemmings to play with due to high volume production but also zero shortage of modern HEMI SWAT vehicles on the road and track. So let's talk about the engine that marked the long awaited return of the Hemi the I go modern. Hemi engines for the two thousand. Three model year introduced us to five point seven. Liter Hemi. This engine changed the game for Modern Mo- pars as we know them today. By two thousand five the new Hemi could be found under the hoods of not only the trucks. Suv's but the cars as well. If I can say just one thing here and I may get roasted for this. But I'm willing to take that risk in the front wheel drive turbo mopeds era Chrysler put a turbocharged four cylinder in some of their minivans. Some of them even had five speed transmissions now while a rarity today they are pretty cool in some are very quick. Don't believe me look it up. You can see on Youtube that there are some really fast. Turbo Caravans Plymouth. Voyager's out there so you know. Take what I'm saying and believe it. This is not fake news okay. There are fast minivans out there all right folks now. Here's where I may get roasted. Why hasn't a Hemi found? Its way into the modern minivans. You know history should repeat itself and there should be a Hemi powered Mo- part mini van. There I said those words have never been spoken before on a podcast. Hemi powered mopeds minivan Hey. Fca You're welcome. You can go ahead and make that check out to the best. Mo- podcast ever okay. All jokes aside. I think the juice would actually be worth the squeeze on an S. RT Grand Caravan. Am I saying that because I have an eight month old daughter and I plan to have more kids? Maybe but also. Because I'm a Weirdo. I grew up around vans so a trick van with a Hemi is right up my alley and even if even if my wife despises fans all right so back to the topic you know. It's been awhile since I went off the rails so forgive me by the time. Two thousand five came along. You could actually find a Hemi Jeep Grand Cherokee Dodge Charger Dodge magnums and the Chrysler three hundred C in addition to the rams and Durango already available and two thousand six introduced the Hemi powered jeep. Commander Two thousand seven saw the Chrysler Aspen sporting the Hemi and then finally when the new challenger was released you absolutely could find a Hemi in one of those power ratings for the first of the five point. Seven emmys ranged from three hundred forty horsepower. Five thousand RPM to three hundred forty five horsepower at fifty six hundred RPM with Torque ranging from three hundred seventy five pound tour at forty four hundred RPM to three hundred ninety pound feet of Torque at four thousand RPM in two thousand and five cylinder deactivation was also introduced known as MD s or multi displacement system. This system cuts off fuel entirely for four of eight cylinders. When you don't need the power from so the system was used in cars at first and then actually ended up being used in the trucks. Later down the line in two thousand and three the Hemi would be revised so these new modifications to the engine would result in better fuel economy and more power. What does that mean? The Best of both worlds. So where the old carbonated monsters would guzzle fuel with reckless. Abandon at the mere touch of the go peddle. The NEWHAM's were far less fuel hungry with better flow overall a higher compression ratio and an active intake enabling intake runner length. To vary through the engines are Pam Range. This engine was vastly superior with the addition of variable valve timing and a host of other changes the five point seven Eagle Hemi as it has been nicknamed not only have more power across the board but delivered better fuel mileage and reliability so the power was drastically increased to around three hundred and ninety horsepower with all these modifications and more horsepower is never about thing so for the second time. I actually won't be getting into too much of the technical details about these modern Hemi engines but at the end of the show. And that's only so that you don't fall asleep on me okay. But at the end of the show I'm going to provide you with few resources for you to learn more if you choose to do so so moving on from the five point seven brings us to the first. Hemi powered vehicle wearing an sat badge. S RT if he didn't know stands for street and racing technology and is the high performance division within FCA the first having offered Ns. Rt vehicles was the six point one liter. Hemi found in the two thousand five to two thousand ten Chrysler three hundred. 's The two thousand five to two thousand eight Dodge magnums two thousand six to two thousand ten dodge chargers two thousand six to two thousand ten jeep Grand Cherokees and two thousand eight to two thousand ten challengers so if you saw any of the vehicles mentioned with an sat badge. Unless it's somebody being a poser. You had a four hundred twenty five horsepower. Six point one liter. Three hundred seventy two cubic inch. Hemi lurking beneath the hood. Two thousand eleven would mark the end of the six point one and would introduce us to the six point. Four three ninety two hemi known as the Apache. The three ninety two's started off with a respectable four hundred and seventy horsepower upon their initial release. But by today in twenty twenty they are knocking on the door of five hundred with four hundred eighty five horsepower. One thing about these modern hemmings is that they're cylinder heads flow amazing if you look at all the numbers. You'll be impressed. I assure you just when you thought things couldn't get any better Chrysler said Hey. Hold my beer and introduce their first supercharge production. Hemi at six point two liters and three hundred seventy cubic inches. This boosted beast produced fire-breathing seven hundred seven horsepower and six hundred fifty pound feet of Torque and it only took the twin screw supercharge eleven point six PSI to propel the Hemi into the pole position for bragging rights of the most powerful V eight and the most powerful muscle car of all time consequently at full throttle. The hell cat guzzles one and a half gallons per minute. So basically the thing growls with thirst whenever? It's so much as smells a gas station and burps after every Philip. But if you're looking for decent fuel mileage don't avoid a hell cat if you keep your foot out of it you'll see an EPA estimated thirteen miles per gallon city and twenty two miles per gallon on the highway. Good luck with all of that. Here's the crazy thing. The Hell Cat was introduced in twenty fifteen. This show was released in March of twenty twenty since two thousand fifteen documents. Rt have been very busy busy doing what you ask busy making even more power. Everything changed in twenty seventeen when dodge brought back a familiar name withheld raising intentions for two thousand eighteen the Challenger S rt demon packed a larger. Two point nine leader superchargers pushing fourteen P. S. I. Of BOOST MAKING THE HEALTH. Two point four liter supercharged or pushing eleven point six. Psi TAME in comparison producing eight hundred forty horsepower in full race trim. The demon can light up the quarter mile nine point six five seconds at one hundred forty miles an hour officially making it the fastest quarter-mile production car in the world. Sorry Ho cat. You've been dethroned just when you thought there was nothing left in the performance tech from Dodge in two thousand and nineteen. They threw another iron in the fire. This time the cat was sporting red is enter the hell cat. Red Eye to keep things simple here. We bring this modern. Hemi talk to close the Hell can't read. I proudly pushes seven hundred ninety seven horsepower. Of course even the standard Hell Kennesaw bump in power from seven hundred seven horsepower. To seven hundred seventeen. Does it ever end as a suzy's aisher hope not? There's no telling what Mamo Pars cooking up in the Hemi kitchen. But I think I speak for all MOPE aren't suzy's around the world when I say that I am anxiously looking forward to whatever they come up with next Mo- par or no car. That concludes our three part series on the history of the Hemi. Thanks for joining me. If you're interested in learning more about the modern Hemi. I highly suggest a book for my friends over at CORTEC books called New Hemi engines. Two thousand three to present by Larry Shepard. I've learned a ton of information while reading it to prepare myself for the build of one hundred dollar. Hemi that I spoke about on episode number thirteen also for all of your modern Hemi swap questions especially on wiring. Get a hold of my friend. Blake from DIY HEMI DOT COM. He's a genius. 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Stadia's 4k Woe's, Fallout 76, Dauntless & More

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Stadia's 4k Woe's, Fallout 76, Dauntless & More

"Hello everyone welcome to skip frames. My name is Richard and as Tony lays plays us with the intro. Wigley doing all the latest news from the gaming world including around the game awards which are happening this evening. As recording Nintendo's very own indie worlds and some sales stuff the charts as well and much much more so go support Tony lays over band camp dot com slash. Tony lays this is the music from him. Download it and we'll see you on the side. So as I said in the Intro the highlights. No the intro of the show. We are going to be discussing things today. We'll try to remember to the UK charts as well so as of recording. The game. Awards is a me few hours away way and a tweet from the host. Jeff keely actually up. Just go straight into the news. There is no kind of hold back it straight into the news the Jeff Keely the host of the game awards has tweet now. It's called the Hashtag. They aim festival and tomorrow for forty eight hours. You'll get to play twelve twelve new game demos for the first time on steam more and more details on the link which is from medium dot com introducing the gaming festival and and this is a like a blog or something brought to us by Jeff Kelly and it goes as followed games. Come alive as the game. Awards awards introduces the Gaming Festival. I knew our digital consumer event. That brain game played fans around the world during the gaming's biggest night for anyone who doesn't know the gaming cels street streaming live eight thirty eastern time which works out to be but hop us one in the morning here in the UK. And then what we'll do is we'll have like Of the game awards over the weekends. Probably the Sunday show and The Gaming Festival runs on steam from Thursday ten am PT of Tom as until Saturday ten. Am Pt so that does mean as of recording. This gaming festival should be live on steam right now. It should be alive so it's six. PM J. J. MTO literally forgot. So if you click on your state map you'll see so you can stream the game awards and you do have like sales also on phenomena titles of almost the nominated titles I didn't realize deaf stranding was actually pc but it doesn't release till someone twenty twenty. I knew it was pumped. Didn't I thought it was out fifty five pound. That's ridiculous anyway. The wildlife literally just going on a tangent. They've got past winners as wells you can. They've got massive sales on game awards past winners and you've got some really good sales. Probably the highlight I think is the witcher three. The Wild Hunt is seventy percent off. Carter's price seven pound forty nine. The Phantom Pain Rain is already at twenty four nine nine whereby more shadow of modal is fifty percent off seven grandma. Five as twelve forty nine fifty percent of its retail price more combat X. as sixty six percent off and many many more resident evil biohazard. If you're into that kind the thing is nine nine thousand nine hundred fifty percent off a narrow the previous past winners of the game awards and some of the highlights this year I suppose You have gays five. Fifty percent off Dot Rowdy seventy percent off twenty percent of redemption to new get too much of that because it gave his only last last released. No Man's sky fifty off. I really WANNA pick up. No Man's sky now that we've had all those major updates and I want to see what's new so there is major. Major major discounts for any game is voted in the game awards which is great to say. If you're bogging is well worth doing right now. So what else does the blog post from The game awards game awards host say goes on to say a bit more to say the game first of all is the game. I is the first of its kind digital. Consumer event brings the magic of hands on gameplay demos to fans around the world for Twenty Nine Thousand Nine Game Festival were launched digital polit program on steam. The Game Festival will feature more than a dozen. I look game. Demos available supply for a limited for our window before they removed from steam. Six years. Go about every everything that I had to create the game awards. As a way to celebrate the passion for gaming suggest Katie creates the game awards now feels like the right time to take the next step with the gaming festival I complete digital approach to consumer event space. Let's face it. Not everyone can attend the physical trade show or consumer event the the game I was designed from the ground up as an event without barriers extending the benefits of fiscal fiscal event to global gaming community. That watches the game award. So essentially what he's doing two packs West your is. He's trying to do it. But from the comfort of your own home now. I'M NOT GONNA lie. That's great and all but you'll never get away from the trade show feelings or that kind of stuff. It's really cool. especially if there's going to be some new games to play some new demos I like I like what they thinking where they're going nothing. Nothing currently is on my My own steam. Which is strange so if I do any of these demos I will will report back and explain everything that I try and play but they go? So we've got the gaming festival what's you Jeff Keely launching as a recording warning today going on for two days and you've got the gaming festival again as a recording live tonight in the UK at one in the morning do remember the rehearsal so does also show new trailers new new stuff. We normally do get a host of different things. I think I've done a rundown of what I think I have. I'm Dr Rundown of what I think will be announced. It's probably too late for that now but I sure it will be a very good show in Dade lead and I think that sets an awesome transition to Nintendo with its big CEO. Yes currently this is America. I don't know if there's actually coincides with the UK I will have to check the UK store for this. But celebrate the year of Greg Games on Intendo switch with special silent honor of the game awards again more game. It's news save up to fifty percent on selected titles until next week so until the eighteenth of December next Wednesday and it's So this is America America as I said hopefully these will also apply to the UK We can change our region to the UK on the website to see if it does so. Let's press a the button. Hit you get me to do live kind of thing so after pressing many theme Jeez don't think currently account say anywhere for the UK. But this is in America so American listener this does applaud. You guys and the gains are listed. And I'm going to give you some of the Games listed and they're kind onto retail price. And what they cut down to see what soup. Mary autopsy from sixty dollars down to forty two dollars. You've got candidates of high rule Krypton echoed onset featuring legends Zelda. Down Twenty four dollars or twenty five dollars. Sorry to seventeen four nine which three Hashtag switcher is down from sixty dollars to four one one or two dollars sorry traveler one of the probably the best I think deals you're gonNA find in. This is down from sixty dollars to thirty six dollars. Incredible deal Another highlight is probably Kettani zero fifteen dollars to nine dollars seventy four wall grove nineteen dollars a thirteen nine. It's a great stale CEO. Crypt of the neckar dance of the original crypt of the network is from nine hundred. Ninety nine two two three nine nine again in dollars. Celeste list is probably one of my favorite games. I'm glad I played this year. This for that show coming up over the weekend is down from twenty dollars to nine dollars ninety nine and I genuinely think they got some good deals there whether these applies to the UK. Not sure but you can also buy store you can buy off the American store in the UK. I believe but they have got some good deals and you know everyone does law good deal for especially this time year. It's it's almost Christmas. Everyone's buying Christmas the presents for everyone else. Since it's guys buy yourself a cheap damn game. That's worth spending a little money on if I had to pick I would probably pick the best deal. This is probably Celeste. And that's half price by also say something like the Octopus travel if you love your Jr PG you'll turn based combat that is an absolute bargaining and a half. That's sixty dollars down to thirty six dollars. It's a fourteen Mike. Mathis correct no fish at twenty four dollar deduction Probably a third of well worth spending money on it if you love of your art or Your Strategy Games. War GROOVE is definitely worth that price at thirty nine so there might highlight so again. My highlights for this sale for America as octopus travel at thirty five. Ninety nine Celeste half price and then wog roof and account forget Sahana zero. I think those four games I definitely worth if you can picking up. So let's let's talk about full out yes again. I have a podcast I actually going to have some fallout seventy six news excellent. That's always good and makes people will want to tune in this is from Kudaka. New fallout some six bugs making a week and weapons bristle. It wouldn't be fallout seventy-six patch if it didn't introduce a fee usual new books unusual new bugs. I should say usual. 'cause there's always usual bugs as these update was no exception. Someplace are discovering reloading. Their weapons are causing the defense. That's drop the bug is pretty straightforward apply realism weapon and then sees defense for some of the legendary Alma pieces. His take a nosedive one player. Showed this happening in real time and shared the video on read it. So the video literally does show the Guy He's reloading reloading his weapon. He shows a video of like the Alma reload the weapon and then Yep there goes his armor stats straight from the floor. Amazing beginning. The Amish is five hundred nineteen and then he fought some shots reload and secondly of the armistice four one four and use this drops by around twenty percents. Well originally it seemed like a new bug might relate to the patch fixing issue with weapons supposed to boost defence after reloading applies applies report similar issues. Even when it's just reloaded filmed into the came camera. Problems aren't is like just reloading. Even one plan have reported. She issues with durability we have weapons and our breaking much more quickly than they should give. That should be able to take it. Basing low. Several fights is breaking twice as fast play spots. Sporting bolting hopping gunsight that. They've seen seen them lose all that. You're a billy offer. Only fifteen shots especially about Thomson's is holding event is set to begin tomorrow L.. Have the game scorched going. Sorry you'll have the game scorched going around Alpi appreciate Polish and dropping special gift packages when killed of course are sorry. Of course it will be hard to kill them without reloading any weapons of pliers our breaking constantly but as I said. I'm reading the publishers looking into problems well they go another day another. Ah Fallout seventy-six bug. I mean it must be obviously you. If you've ever thinking your life is bad or or you're thinking you know what feel like doing anything today than just think about fallout seventy six. Because it can't get much worse for this game I'm I'm still yet to play it but I still don't know if I'll bother a genuinely think that this could have been one of the best games to release from Bethesda if they did it right but but now they screwed up an screwed up again. It proves that you know it's not easy to make an emo style game survival style style game but it also proves that Bethesda which is so quick to get this game out the door that this Spaghetti code for game is just breaking every time a new patch comes out and it's a real shine through shame that accompany festers fallen so far from grace but they go full out seventy six a new bug A.. New Day what is next for the Bethesda Vistas Survival Emma Mostar game. Hey I should add. That doesn't mean that Thursday gets the sad trombone. So so it's Google's turn to come under the microscope and be house. It was the word. I'm looking for to be targeted by me. Yes Google Stadium. Yes unease all three. Come from Euro Gamer and it does seem that stadium. His performance is under and question. Now I do remember. I think that four K.. Wasn't ju to launch until later but let's go through the first article that corresponds off the stadium owners accusing breaking promises over game performance. Google has issued a statement after it was accused of breaking promises over performance. Performance of Stadia said this is from your game by Wesleyan. Pull these the deputy editor of your game. This posted like this is. This is a couple of weeks ago. I last week. Website nine to five. Google accused Gu accused Google of lying about stadiums performance games. Sorry about the performance of Stadia Games after it merged KITA. We're not running at four K resolution. Sixty frames per second so this is like a catch up. The Reality of stadium is an issue for many owners of streaming tech because it contradicts statements. It's made by Google and is executives are the run-up to release and because Google is locking up to four K.. Resolution behind. It's eight nine nine a month stadium. estadio pro subscription in promoting stadia. Google staff said onstage that is GPA is more powerful than xbox one x and the PS four combined. They do there's a I like literally a pitcher of the Pairs for prey which has four point two GP teraflops xbox one on the other side. Aut X has six point zero GP teraflops and apparently the stadium has ten point seven GP teraflops. If I'm honest it does sound like stager is actually she. Just one major flop and in a tweet posted October stadium. Chief feel Harrison said all games at Lawrence Support Four K we designed and this is quote. We designed stadiums being able to four K.. Sixty with a pro TV and bandwidth Harrison said. We won't all games to play at four K sixty but sometimes fraud cystic reasons for the the game is forty. Three to study. Always streams four K.. Sixty five two times in code so it goes on to state that but stadia version destiny to for example rent is a native tonight EP and is up scouts improve quality but never reaches four K.. Redemption to state is most high-profile poor also also doesn't play true for K.. As did you found new. Foundry revealed read their redemption two ridges at ten eighty or fourteen four depending on what data rate you're using thing and then is upscale two four K.. On the Crown Cast Ultra essentially. Stay is four K.. Mode is actually processing fewer pixels than the PS the then then appears for pro on its biggest port and this is as digital founded puts. Perhaps there's something more we don't sing behind the COMP compression but from technical perspective Red Reggie Stadia doesn't seem to be delivering the key marketing promises. Certainly not the spare of them. At least at the reveal we will estadio. GPS has more power than x one X and pays for pro graphics combined gets redemption to unsteady only has forty four percent of XS rendering resolution. Asian while even the four point two tariff appears for pro is generating high pixel. Count even before factoring in its checkerboard up scanning. So if you don't know The PS four pro isn't true four K.. It uses what they call a checkerboard upscaling to enable it to go to four K.. Where the experts next? I believe he's eased true native four K.. On all of its gains stadium. GP seems to be an offshore of AMD's Vega fifty six based on. Its specs. Your intent. I'm telling you peak. Performance is more in line with the PC version running much less capable so like an Rx. Five five seventy five eighty first of all I know rambling here by reading what the article says. First of all four K.. Support was promised of almost tiles and on wall with gang four K.. Output video format on from the chrome cast ultra. Rg feel it. Stretch described them as ultra hd experience the small print will studies were explained twenty two things more correctly but even the up to four K.. Claim is still problematic when titles like Disney two runs at ten P. instead for money the pro Soviet. It's still a clear upgrade. As it's the only way to get five point one surround sound high image quality that looks a lot better big-screen our into it's higher bit right so I mean there. Is this massive problem around the the gaming and streaming culture. I was hype for Stadium and then I didn't buy into it Because a change jobs the stuff and one hundred and twenty pound is a lot of money for essentially no hardware and as is also the thing that they re you. Don't actually own wound the Games you buy there somewhere in the clouds so google stadia doesn't do well and you will shut it down and you've bought these gains because remember you don't pay subscription and then stream them not the Netflix service like Xbox Game Pass it's essentially you're paying in full price forty fifty sixty pounds for games that you never physically own. Yes you can make the argument for steam or you can make the argument for our where you buy the license this K- but at least you can you can. Well no I think that's the same category but and that's always do prefer a physical Titian if I can Dan so here is the statement from Google's website is stay streams of four K.. Sixty F-. ps that includes all aspects of our graphic graphics pipeline from game to Screen Range EPSN CODA on cross ultra is all output and four K.. Two four Katie Vase with the appropriate Internet connection developers making steady gains work hard could deliver the best streaming experience for every game. So this is Google's response. I should say sorry. So like you're seeing on all platforms foam. This includes a variety of techniques to achieve the best overall quality. We give developers the freedom of how they achieved the best image Quality Framework Stadium and we are impressed with what they're able to achieve for day. One we expect me. Developers can and in most cases will continue to prove that Gainesville stadium but because Sadia lives in our data centers developers. That's right able to innovate quickly while delivering even better experiences directly to you without needing to gain for patches and downloads. What appears to be happening? Here is a disconnect connect between the promise so this is not this This is the end of the The Google's response and this is the article goes on to say what appears to be happy. Here happens disconnect between the Pros Buy Stadium by its marketers and reality of ports being built by developers. What is clear cross across? All Tra is putting out a true four K. signal but did Google stadia staff not even know rockstars rhythm to internally fourteen forty so I mean you know. There are more articles from Euro Gamer metrics. Seasonal stadium looks good as xbox one s but doesn't run as as well four K.. Rendering comes cost one of the biggest single play first person shooters at the generation. Metro exits is ideal match for Google. Status Platform developed develop before a game to only have pedigree for excellent multiplatform releases. It also exhibits exhibits strong support in the possible Lennox. The online platform platform on which state here is based the question is just how just how has four H.. To make use of the sisters internal Intel by. CPU YOU and the ten point seven teraflops GPA. And is expected superior level performance. We expect to deliver Google's cloud by service cuts. It's the chase. There's one thing above all others that I respect about this version. The core Image Quality Stadium Pushes a native four. Okay in every show. I've tested no small fake given the nature of the engine on wall. I can hundred one hundred percent rule out dynamic resolution resolution scaling. It's very consistent at the top number. I can't force it so in respect it's proven of last eight stadiums all tested far. Fancy fifteen which we're GONNA come to shortly which operate at ten. You pay the bottom line. Is that using study of crime cost and have a pro subscription. You'll getting four K with metrics and it does look stunning. The payoff for a narrative focused gain like metro ecstasy's clear from pulse of spectacular highlights in his damn metro tunnels and Chris Snowy overground everything POPs as much more. The store gets propels with great high. This way certainly much more so than the peaceful pro. Fourteen four P.. Delivering it puts essentially stadium on the same level as experts necks. Sadly there is no quality of performance mode. I own the sayings you just have. The option for motion blur intensity. And that's it it's a one-size-fits-all approach. which again like follow Fancy fifteen means you've got to be on board with the developers choice? This is well pitched though in multiplayer of BS. Yes this is well pitch in multiplayer. Yes yes it may have been artsy. I've higher frame rate. Seines was stuck up type restaurant here by in this case it works you expect supremely saw shop presentational around. That's really good. It means that rhetoric ease. You know you just going at four K.. But at the same time they're all gonna be the caveats of bandwidth. How much can your bandwidth handle and the article goes on does go through this as well? And as I said there was another one fall fifteen it stream from remote servers and by I largest identical to existing conservation the game and that's quite any trick especially when transitioning gameplay from four K.. TV to a laptop or smartphone. However there's no doubt that the severe lacking ambition in steady is poor in terms of CORTEC knowledge coal credentials Google's on paper? CPU and GPS SPEC outstrips xbox xbox one X in all dimensions Farsi fifteen onsite. He runs at ten. You pay faith reins of second delivering an overall experience close in a base playstation four full. Sarah positives offered by clouds. They that and they shouldn't be overlooked. Certainly in terms of the shake of innocence. It's a great great to be able to buy game comply apply immediately a Vulcan Api Tamaz addition streaming to any android phone crime costal chrome browser. There's no needs white about the game. The for the current Gen con consoles consoles Gargantuan download complete unloading tons of raw much faster than the pace for xbox one so you know there are pros and cons for this a genuine thing where a point where developers and Google talking to each other and knowing what they're constantly truly out there system that cloud by systems truly able to do I myself Don't know enough about Google Stadia to really common but as a great podcast. Yes you can check out. Stadia caused by a friend of mine could run jump stomp and Lloyds by friends of the show. Go check their stuff out because you know they go read real depth about a lot the stadium stuff but at the same time from someone looking outside in. I'm still not finding a reason to jump into stadium. A big site in about this. This way of going. The Way Games are going you know an in transition I have been invited. The xbox cloud streaming platform tried out my phone for a few minutes this evening and I have to say it works pretty well. It's definitely got its high point in this. Paul is low points you know. You're talking stringing by system onto a phone over the Wifi I'm pleased to tell you that. PS four controllers work. Because that's what I was using. You don't just need an xbox controller you need a bluetooth controller. So is this the way the world is going next. I'm not sure I think is very much like folding phones in the in the phone. This is very much. I Die Tech You know give it a few years and bandwidths increase and I can certainly see especially if you don't want all that hardware those downloads all that kind of stuff then. This is definitely why to go. I'm still on the fence of whether having a digital library is a good thing or bad thing. I personally think actually not being on the fence I January do feel that it's a bad thing I would rather have. You Know Games physical games to own and so on but that's my thoughts on stadium. I've gone on Hell of a lot about stadium for someone who doesn't really understand it And I just think that maybe possibly we do you know. Is it just too early for us to be real excited about how steadier is give it a few two years if Google stick with it and quite possibly we may have a good system in my hands. And let's Talk Nintendo direct. Just in the indie World Showcase Kayce wolves the tenth of December off. Didn't realize well unawares. INDIE Games are always goods as a law. Good stuff out there and dance here are some of the highlights this by the verge and just the head of the holidays. intendo hell to showcase then focus the highly on India. Ain't going to the Nintendo switch most of the gains on display at scheduled for next year that and that includes a sequel to hits like Axiom Verge and Gulf story but there are also a handful tightly condone lights downloads dye and hair the highlights from the events so as we said axiom verge is getting a sequel to bridge brilliant metro. Adventure accent verges gang sequel. We we don't know much about us is that besides the Games name axiom verge too but given how great the original was and how great it was on the switch in particular It's giving me more excited about here. I never played the first axiom. Verge and maybe it's something should get into but the second one look pretty good. We'll save the biggest one till the last cult classic Gulf story is getting a sequel. Yes sports story. I can't wait for this. It looks like a lot more Gulf story but with football. Oh tennis you know there's dungeons fishing treasure. It looks a much more fleshed out polished Awaji even though the original one as a very yeah well fleshed out. RPG story so thing. Greg Games if you haven't picked up golf story never played golf story go out and play. It's a really good game. Well worth she taught in money. Tell US principle is out today. It's a you know futuristic puzzle game with lots of puzzle to solve if you like your puzzle games. That's that's well for you lose a whole host of more from murderer numbers skateboard in which you're you're on. You're on skateboards and looked great. Streets right for love. Streets arrived when I was growing up. Look right looking game the survivalist list which is Chuck viciously is game. Looks goods by the one of the biggest ones was the fact that dauntless launched yesterday or On the tenth onto the switch dauntless is finally out. I've played it other talked about it in a little while in my game of the week. But don't miss is on the switch and it's freeze apply if you'd like Monsanto download that so that was the Nintendo showcase really got much more to say about it except from you can catch all google. Google intendo indeed world showcase as all there for the taking so that leads me to do a bit of a round up around Roman of some of my last new stories So this is all the tidbits as well because the news has been going on for a long time so we've got from overkill software DOT COM. You know winds of change consolidation. So hey hi I'm back for an update first of all to kick off a saying. Be Helpful thank you. It'll be half the crew myself city posted our first winds of change update. We've closed morning. You're listening to discussing your feedback and we'll be overwhelming your understanding at the same time except when you knowledge of some hesitation you've expressed so this is all to do we've payday and it looks like the update one point five for xbox one and plays as fours and live issue. We're waiting for that late up here across platforms and is available. Free update pacing facing console will unfortunately have disparity going forwards. We'd also like say Proba expectations at this time so it goes on to say about dates for xbox pays for xbox one but the big one I want to talk about as payday to switch with very sad to announce a payday to switch switch will very likely see feature updates despite initial ambitions. Were a on the contrary as above we. We've been forced to make. I've had many decisions along the road and this is yet another to put the switch version separately into context transferred to game over the swift platform was not made in house. And we're investments happen. We're very aware that this is a this was undesired news but we draw a clear set expectations now. So that's it. The switch is not going to be getting updates from now on You know there is new content coming for PC position. xbox one but sounds like the outsourced pay pay two and two for the poor and it's not gone. Well I think pay two launched on the switch quite poorly so they go no more updates payday to Sargus. We've got a announcement of new studio from two K to K announced the founding of Cloud Chamber and its Newest Development Studio the team of storytellers have begin work. Begun work on the next iteration of the acclaimed a bioshock it. Yes franchise which we for the next several years amazing so take to launch cloud chamber is pretty simple they they do in bioshock and that's great because Bosch looks great game and it's a really cool thing to say that to K- upbringing on new studios news and still supporting the story based game those as no Margaret transactions too. Because I know what you like I know. Jj Five redemption to and or you. Sports Games aims Barschak franchise handled by different Guy Development Company and this new studios as a Montreal cubic. I believe Lisa but there you go. So That's new studio new bioshock and then we've got falify secrets. Chronicles has been delayed the summer of twenty twenty a tweet by since announcing her father fantasy chronicles remastered edition. We've read so many positive messages filled with encouragement and all of us on the team. Thank you for the support. You've shown us so. Far This is like five tweets long today. We announced the release of the game has been moved to some twenty twenty. We've made a decision to just release dates without development time some extra time to make adjustments to game. I might get the best experience possible. I'm okay with this. I think this is a good thing. I like it when developers go. WHOA this? This isn't ready. Let's take a step back. That's Mike sure we get this right. I generally think that it's not a bad thing at all. So so in. This game is a bit of a monster. Sounds things because the remastered editions come to pass for internal switch an android devices and you were playing along with friends and transfer your F- Siphon across awful platforms when the game launches so it seems like there's a lot of what's going on but they're thinking about it properly and going about it in the right way so I'm all right with it being delayed ride. 'cause you know most of the time delayed game is a good game and the last thing is like my thing twitter. This game from Joel made the xbox Game Pass. Is You know the adding until goose game next week. And there's this amazing Gif of off the mass chief helmet and the juice from goose game literally slowly coming out of the left hand corner It looks like he's going to go. Honk and still the helmet from US chief. I think it's incredible. So it gives you chance to play on August game if you have the xbox walks game pass remember that is my favorite subscription service for games. I think it's one of the best and if you want to play it now's your chance to play untitled goose game parents you go to Hong Hong and wow that rounds up the news. There was a lot of news to talk about this week. We're GONNA be looking the UK gain charts for games the U. K. Gaming Charts for games. Yet that's why said wasn't it. I think so. I have not Loyd my my Brian just said words and I have no idea. What was it like? Yeah so we've got the top forty entertainment software or prices week four non ending to this we ending the sentence December so this ended Saturday December December. And we've had some real ups and downs. So this is the end of the year in the top spot is fee for twenty Remains remains a soft spot. I want to do the top ten this week. Number two is called you in modern warfare. Need like a poxy Doo Doo. Doo Doo Doo number number. Three this week. Is Mario Kart last week. It was number seven it has climbed to number three excellent star. Wars Jedi. Fallen has dropped one place from the three to number full. All sorts has dropped from no has gone from six last week up to number one number five sorry number one number one just just dance. Two Thousand Twenty is last week's number. Thirteen is this week's number six Louis. Just mentioned was last week's number nine is this week's number seven say thieves just randomly is last week's number four this week's number eight and then we have Microsoft. xbox edition is last week number a five this week's number nine and rounding out the top ten. We have put on shields because people are fed up with defending the game and all they want to do as a sack it proved point. Boaz Saudis. What is is last week's number? Is this week's number ten. You know there are some incredible game still in the top. Four of games I I have any games are released seeing things like Woman graph five which has gone from last tweaks thirty two to this week's twenty expect that's going to help with the fact that it's now on sale readiness to has gone up from last week's twenty eight this week's fifteen. I mean you know. It's incredible to see these games up and down up and down like that so they go that he's this week's charts for the Games ending the seventh of December two thousand in twenty nine hundred Nineteen Jazz. Jane saw me save this section for my show the weekend but I just wanted to take a little bits on. Talk about dauntless as more of a like a preview and I'm GonNa put it under the free to play microscope. Once I've done a bit more time I generally haven't played a lot of games that being said I played pokemon go. I don't think anybody who needs to hear me talk about Pogo Baikal. Stop playing the little black survey game. It's addictive for some reason. I literally my phone up wherever I go. My phone is currently open right now. I will to Allah. She's paid I'm gonNA catch by okay. I'm addicted don't judge. Don't ask me at me at me. Scrape But you know I've been catching Chani. Pok Mon evolve in pokemon. Oh come on come on goes fine. It's as as as you know people will PIPO Mongo for as long as I've got all my backside. I think my biggest surprise was knowing that dauntless had dropped on the switch so as you know that's one of the talk about and a genuinely fail that dauntless on the switch is a great addition to what is actually very good counsel runs. Well it plays pretty good and it also looks pretty spot on as well It looks as is good as it should look for hand held mode I think is the best way to describe it. No of a white to describe it and it run solids. You know. It's a good looking monster and it's free to play as well. There is a a store where you can buy. Abou- pass Kana System but it is well worth looking at it so on the next show. I'm going to be put under the free to play microscope. and seeing. How truly free to play dauntless but for now all I'm GonNa hi it's free give it a go its own switch on PC? 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#3 Hella Filipino

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#3 Hella Filipino

"You're listening to long distance. I'm paulo. Mardo. Okay. Real talk. Is it just me or was twenty eighteen hell of Filipino? To find out. I took a little field trip to the eagle rock neighborhood of Los Angeles, where there's a homey, little restaurant called behing Stor. I went with my co producer partner, whatever Patrick Aquino and after ordering some food. I asked Patrick was twenty eighteen hell of Filipino. Me every year with us. Hello, filipino. Seriously? Pella, villa? Vina. Really? Really? Yeah. Yeah. This is pretty Filipino more so than previous years. It seemed like Filipino food was all over the place. There were a bunch of Filipino films. A lot of stuff kind of came up and blew up a little bit. So maybe we're a little biased in that a we live in Los Angeles home to the largest population of Filipinos in the US and be we work in media. But you'd have to be living under a rock, if you didn't hear or see or smell or taste anything. Filipino this here, I'm gonna do, like ten seconds, just AMI first. And then I'll start asking case in point. Patrick I at the Stor a pretty all American looking burger place. And yet to go with my classic cheeseburger, I order, an Uber shake Uber being that. Scrumptious. Indescribably dreamy purple Yam flavor not to be confused with Tara. So this is the new Vishay. That is heavenly. It's really good. Oh damn. That's, that's pretty good. Yeah. And Patrick he's got the pork adobo burger pork Patty served on a pundit salt bun with house made pork, adobo, garlic a Yoli and PICO de guy. Oh. I don't know about you, but for me, it's hard to imagine a world without Filipino food, but believe it or not in two thousand seven it was kind of a big deal when the links, tres chef-owner Andre Guerrero, introduced the Yuba shake, in an American restaurant, that served fast food style, burgers, Belgian fries and pastrami sandwiches. It was a hit, and it's been on the menu ever since it probably didn't hurt that its location in eagle. Rock was and still is a pretty Filipino neighborhood. Course it's kind of funny, right? I mean, it's so Filipino. It's a very much flavor. It's different from taro, Google it, look it up. And now it's actually everywhere I seed in Bobo shops. I would argue back in the day, you know, most Americans did not know it was in the oyster could have been one of the first action introduce it to a very mainstream American audience. Yup. So the oyster is one of several restaurants that helped reimagined what Filipino food could be in America. Even if it's not a straightforward Filipino restaurant. You may have heard of some of the popular Filipino restaurants in the US right now purple. Yam. Mahar Lakota Lhasa bad. Saint ma'am, sir the parks finest if you haven't heard of them, chances are you've seen a friend dynamic Filipino spot on your Instagram feed, or you've read an article, or watched a video about Filipino food, hashtag trending Filipino. I'm going to share a little twist using a very trendy tuber nowadays all day found out about this place both American barbecue. Down with your fork, and then pool with your spoke. And that's how you cut. We don't need nights. We use those for weapons. Those were clips from videos by the food network taste made eater. And Joe Koi earlier this year. The New York Times writer league I'm Sean pendant article that literally declared, quote Filipino food finds a place in the American mainstream. Now, if you're Filipino American, your reaction to that might be finally. Sure we're talking about mostly higher end Filipino, American or Filipino inspired fair. And if you and I had a discussion right now about Filipino food we might debate about how some of us prefer our mom's cooking or tour tour joints over high end shops. Shoutout. None, of course kitchenette but opinions aside, I think the so-called Filipino food movement speaks to the larger phenomenon of Filipino culture. Finally, entering the quote unquote, American mainstream. Yes, there's so much more work to be done, but it's a start. Okay, fine. You try via Dover. Still. So with all that said was twenty eighteen hell Filipino instead of answering this for you. I'll show you or let you listen to some things, and then maybe you can decide for yourself in this episode I'm sharing radio stories, I made this past year about Filipino Americans doing their thing in art, and commerce. Remember the season is about Filipinos in America, but I think we're seeing stories like these unfold in different parts of the world to the stories you're about to hear were originally produced for public radio programs in the US. Some will include new interviews updates or never before her tape that didn't make the final cut because I think those parts might be helpful or even fun to hear the stories include the making of a Filipina owned cocktail bar in L, as historic, Filipino, town and a Christmas story that has to do with bitter, melon, the movie, not the fruit. I mean vegetable it'll make more sense when you hear it. But I meet pin. I MC Ruby Ibarra that's on this episode Hella Filipino. So on my second verse of playbills. It goes, couldn't we on the appeal mkaku in hiccuper Akot McCain, hobble Abaco, but that the African mobile Bunga mystique units were to that ballot. But suit up a gummy the lacking sudden tour by Gannett Balikumbat atoms would put up a heated politica. Puna Buber one hundred now, go on Cortec in Bolivia, Warren Akita dumped. But an Luna Battersea Gretna might in Taegu cantata K anarchy and not started it by economic by lackey done at Maha. Yala Barucha, not now here, one hundred quota. So that, that, that line completed on DACA mkaku in quarterback McKean Howard. It means if only I could have enough money. So I could feel comfortable in that goes again with, with a story of why my parents wanted to migrate to the US can put took it that this is ruby. Embar Filipina American rapper based in the bay area immigrated from Tacloban city Philippines, as a child, we spoke back in January when she came for a show on her album, circuit Ninety-one. She raps about her family's immigrant experience in English and Filipino dialects like Tagalog and would I ruby talks about making music as a side hustle. Even though shortly after this interview, she'd be in a MasterCard commercial with schism. Take a one. Like a book, but leave him our cat book and she'd have a huge billboard in New York's Times Square. Even she says she can't believe what's happening. I started off as a young kid from Dukla. Ben city was an immigrant here. Didn't really know the language when I first came here in the middle of New York from a five feet girl to like a fifty foot picture. This year has been huge for ruby. She performed in cities across the US and Philippines. And she released killer music, videos, some she directed like us with rocky Rivera classy and faith. Santia. Got brown. Brown woman. Nothing on us in on us nothing on us nothing on us and taking names with bamboo, and enough. But before all this, ruby started the year with an intimate electric show in Los Angeles. This radio feature you're about to hear originally aired on KPCC's the frame, it has bits from that show and ruby talking about her love for hip, hop, immigrant story, and making music that is unapologetically Filipino. American. Day. But mispronouncing as night. Up in East Bay at this point. Mccain area. Very own. My name is ruby Bara and I'm a rapper and spoken word artists in the bay area California. One. So I was four years old. When I was first introduced to hip hop. I just remember being in my family's home in much in of those Lupino variety shows that this show at noon. And the performer on stage. She was wrapping was dancing. I think he had like those MC hammer baggy pants. He went by the name Francis, m the late Francis Magalona. He's one of the founding fathers of hip hop in the Philippines. I was just completely in transpires performance in from that moment on a just completely fell in love with a hip hop. Francis, m he was very political this lyrics socially-conscious. So I think we actually claim full circle, try to, but impaired issues and topics in the forefront of my lyrics. It's. Mcqueen. Television image. Most people like me. I know for my parents, their number one goal was always will always be me and my sister, you know, getting an education and living a life more comfortable than they ever did in the Philippines. But I think my parents and other immigrant families are never really prepared for the harsh realities that they experience wants to come here. I said fuck ups at the Philippines. Where was? Dreams behind the I could see that struggle with my parents in being adult immigrants here in still having ties to the homeland feeling like they're outsiders. Even though I grew up in a place like the bay area where it's just the melting pot of different races cultures. It was still an escape -able. These stereotypes injustices, mama. Comma. Asks. Don't take it lightly song. Like the other side. I just wanted to talk about my family's goals in hopes in what they expected to see from American how the song wraps up is, you know, it's not always what you think it's gonna be. Very. Be always the obvious. Color, ISM is important to me, because I just remember hearing all the time as a kid, I would play outside in the summers in my tease would always be like, oh, you're getting dark you need to look, more mystique. It refers to people who are Filipino or have a European or Spanish look to them. She says they your home. Them to Lupino both push the musket until much be embarrassed. As the Gulf is always told there's nothing wrong with being obviously have Pinot have having to poachers. Beautiful, but at the same time, we don't have equal representation, we need to also embrace the more knows modernize humongous people that are Brown skin pilot. Brown. Brown woman young. On us nothing on us as actually my very favorite song, that album, I wanted her to be female voices just having all these strong bats. Pian is representing on the track. Rocky Rivera classy, faced on thea penile version of Beyonce's formation. That's instantly puffed up in my head. I got Filipino phenotype Mckee misdeeds to white with that, that I definitely made it a point to include the other dialects Tagalog, what I and even sometimes will. Because that is from vow from rapper standpoint. What I am Tagalog. I feel very progressive. I felt like it was perfect for hip hop. It just completes the story of I also tell it from those languages, beautiful languages that people need to hear. On it last. I'm not here to say that my experience, especially in the album. You know, it's the definitive Filipino, American experience, just one lens, one glimpse of the story. That's why I hope that other artists or other voices out there, speak their stories or needs to be more visibility in representation, if people wanna call this activism than Soviet at the end of the day, I just wanna speak music that's real in. That's true. This story originally aired on KPCC's. The frame Rubio. Bars music is available on all digital platforms, and at ruby Bara dot com. Meghan. It. We started this episode with Filipino food. So how about some drinks, this next story is set in Los Angeles, where Filipino food is heating up with the future of the city's stork Filipino town neighborhood is not so certain entered Geneva, a cocktail bar owned by a group of Filipino. American women were working to invest in their local community. I spoke with Geneva. Ladies earlier this year, or a story that originally aired on KCRW's good food, and was made possible by the independent producer project. Starting small business is not easy. But these ladies have a plan. On a cool night in L as historic Filipino, town patrons gather for the opening of charming new bar on Beverly boulevard called Geneva. Michael and his wife, elaina Lalas take pictures of their Instagram worthy cocktails, Tom because it's named after the David Bowie song. So Mike and his wife have lived in historic Filipino town for over ten years, like many here tonight, they supported the Kickstarter campaign that helped launch Geneva, a modern Speakeasy, specializing in gen cocktails, and inspired by its community drinks are infused with Filipino flavors like citrus clemency, gelatinous ago pearls and orbiter melon, there's a painting of a Brown skin Filipina flapper, prominently displayed on wall and names of Kickstarter supporters are scrawled in secret spots around the room, every detail carefully crafted by the owners three Filipino women with deep roots in this community is really important. Because this bar is, you know, women women who want to invest in the community. Right. But then, like, if somebody else, this is neighborhood need a bar. I don't know. But I mean I feel like it's a demonstration of what people investing in a community can look like this neighborhood, really need this, and what will this do for the community. These are some of the questions being asked about the many development popping up in an area. Some developers are calling rampart village or north West Lake but to many locals into the Filipino community of LA. This is historic Filipino town, also known as hi fi. Home to a bustling Filipino community in the fifties and sixties remnants of high fives. Rich cultural history are fading fast though. There is still plenty of Filipino residents and Filipinos are one of the largest Asian groups in LA county. Hi, fi is now predominantly Latino new developments, like expensive apartment buildings in Hollywood production offices are raising concerns about gentrification and displacement, but Geneva is doing business differently. Like Mike said it's run by three Filipinos, who want to invest in their community outside the bar. One of the owners, rissole Ssemaala explains. Why they chose this location? We wanted to be close to downtown, but not in downtown, as we are looking historic villa Pino town was building a business development down and had opportunities for small businesses to come in. And so we thought it'd be a good opportunity for us as three Filipinos to come. Back to the community. Resolve is Geneva CFO. She was born in Long Beach raised in Orange County and lived much of her adult life in LA, her partners, our CEO, Patricia or Tricia Perez was born in Manila, Philippines and was raised here in Los Angeles and see. Oh Christine sewer who goes by Tonette. I was also born in the Philippines and raised in Los Angeles. So this is all so very familiar. And a lot of the people who came through, especially during this aft opening days. Our local rissole Matrouh, shut Antoinette medicine college students at UCLA where they got involved with local Filipino groups, Tonette and Tricia have been part of folk dance collective Qaim on unlucky. For over twenty years, resell MO was a member to an encourage she interned at search to involve filipino-americans receiver, a nonprofit just two blocks from the bar where Tonette interest dance group, used to practice Ressam assess starting a business here was away. Give back to a community that taught them so much. We're not here trying to gentrify in the negative sense, but bring business in and highlight the history of this area and our connection to the community, the best friends dreamed up Geneva over drinks on New Year's day, twenty thirteen now, they're dream is a reality that they have to balance with fulltime jobs and other responsibilities after her day job Tonette heads over to Geneva to manage deliveries. So today, we're getting in produce and other goods and our cleaning supplies. So now we're going to wait to get the keys. The keys to open up the shop. We're misplaced after a busy night like any new business. There are some things they're still working on yesterday. Everyone was just multitasking. As usual after some waiting a bartender drops off the keys, and the bar is finally open. Later, there's a mix up in the rug order, and the produce delivery comes in really late, but to net says these are all growing pains for a new business before this. They spent months on research and financial models. When they finally found a space for the bar, the real hard work began. So for you to get a permit to change the use of space in the city of LA you have to go through a hearing. And for you to go through a hearing. You gotta make sure that the people around you are in agreement, so to speak with the type of business that you're going to bring into their community. This isn't a requirement but it helps with the permit process so Tonette and the other owners walked around the neighborhood, they went door to door med neighbors, introduce themselves told people kind of business, they were starting asked for letters of support to net says some residents didn't understand what they were doing it. I some were worried about noise or parking, many of the residents were older Filipinos who lived. There since the fifties, the idea of a cocktail lounge really didn't resonate with them. So what we did was we had a get together at the search involves philippine-americans, and we had an open forum and invited everybody to come there. So they could ask all the questions that they needed to. And so that they could understand what we were going through what we wanted to do here and that, you know, this is a cocktail bar that they could walk into, and it would be their neighborhood plays, transparency helped quell, neighbors fears and the eventually got the permit they needed to net says they're deep roots in the community helped allot. She gets emotional talking about their long journey to get here. There's a lot of gratitude because we've come a long way. We've gone through a lot of things and we go at the roll out of things together. And I think that's why this works. They went through many challenges as business owners and his friends, when they started construction last year Tricia, experienced a devastating loss. I was six months pregnant, it was March seventeen on a Friday of last year. With Saint Patrick's Day I went for an ultrasound with my husband and the tech, she said. When was the last time you felt your baby and my heart dropped? We were just stunned Trish child died in utero. Three days later, they induce labor. It was considered a stillbirth I became a mother. It's transforming for over Tricia celebrated her childbirth anniversary while opening the bar on top of being Geneva CEO. She runs to other restaurants, and has a fulltime job working with friends provides a different kind of support community programs have helped to like the Asian Pacific islander small business program, which helps small businesses like Geneva. The program is a collective API community groups Geneva, worked with a Chinatown service center for their planning and zoning hearings moving forward, the working with CPA trying to set them up more into business success. That's figgy, knicker, Victoriano CPAs, small business counselor. What are the goals, what are the things that they have to think about when it comes to financing, and then how to grow their biz? Snus physi- works with Filipino small business owners like pastry chef Eissa Fabrio, and Frankie Lucy bake shop. Her goal is to bring Filipino businesses back into. Hi fi. To be part of the narrative unfolding in the neighborhood the key to success, build community. A lot of the business owners that I work with if it's a brick and mortar shop, you know, if it's something that you can go to visit, they really have these, like very inclusive vibe. It's not a grab and go kind of place. It's always building the community and making sure that they're a local shop in the neighborhood and, you know, they're approachable in they do good business. One evening, Geneva hosts the neighborhood open house. They invite friends residents business owners and community members who supported them along the way, like Joel has sinto a public works Commissioner. Former executive director of CPA and longtime friend things are flowing and historic, Filipino town things are happening and so thrilled to help amplify what's going on here Geneva, the most beautiful Jin bar in LA. Ron Fong executive director of the Asian Pacific islander a small business program says that Geneva's community focus really helped them succeed. Marcin restaurants that go to neighborhoods that really have no sense of where they're going into or what the history of this community. But these three women know about the history here, they know about strong Filipino community here and one of the owners of recently opened tactile coffee, down the street, says he's excited about all the new businesses coming to the neighborhood Geneva. Bars opening up next door a restaurant called vox burger is going to open up and they're going to bring another different kind of clientele. I'm personally excited when councilmember Mitchell Farrel arrives. He presents a city certificate of recognition, Patricia state, and resell. The, the owners and creators of this wonderful in fighting cocktail lounge, this is just a token of our gratitude. Celebrating. The councilman and many people here Geneva represents a new chapter in historic Filipino towns knows investing in Los Angeles in an area that has actually seen investment pass it by. And I would say this will be very strongly supported by locals who live in this community. So the story here is not one of displacement, gentrification. It's one of investment and helping to build a stronger local economy. The thing is there have been a number of businesses that have invested in. Hi fi over the years, Geneva's neighbors include a diverse array of small businesses like a traditional sushi restaurant that's been here since nineteen seventy six Filipino restaurant. Serving see logs on banana leaf line plates on art gallery. Mexican mcaddo a seven eleven a hair salon, and a few blocks down the Original Tommy's Hamburgers. Hi fi is a microcosm of Los Angeles. And. Gannett Tricia and resell. Ma knew they wanted to be part of this evolving neighborhood, when they drew up their business plan in twenty thirteen they put in a lot of hard work, but Tonette was still surprised to get the certificate tonight. Certificate. I didn't know that was happening Selma. Reads it aloud on behalf of the city of Los Angeles and the thirteenth council district, it will like to recognize Geneva for your outstanding service and positive contribution to the great cultural melting pot of the city. They can't stop the changes taking place in historic Filipino town, but they can be part of its narrative, Patricia, that means a lot over here in this neighborhood over here. Part of the Los Angeles city that we are here to help change things for the better for these friends and entrepreneurs positive changes are all part of the plan, and they're just getting started. Wow. Drives. Gerland say. But while the trail. Gracious. This story originally aired on KCRW's good food, and it was made possible by the independent producer project Geneva, by the way, is still doing their thing and high five a happy hour, now in an ever changing menu of tasty cocktails. So if you're of the drinking age, I suggest you stop by, and while you're at it, get to know the neighborhood and LA's Filipino roots coming up. Did you know there's a Filipino, American Christmas movie that played in theaters? And is now available on digital platforms, and it's dark and weird and fun and sad and awesome. It's called bitter melon, and you'll hear all about it after the break. This is great. Hey, Patrick do you like the podcast long distance then consider helping the show? Now, there are lots of ways to help you can share long distance with friends or family in real life or on social media. Don't forget to use the hashtag long distance radio or tag at long distance radio. So we can like n share. Do you can also rate and review the show on apple podcasts that helps a lot five stars? And if you're feeling extra generous this holiday season consider donating to support the production of the show, you can find more information on this at long distance radio dot com slash donate. WWW already did that dot com. Donations will cover things like podcast, platform fees, website, fees, transportation and other production needs. If you have questions or are interested in becoming a show, sponsor, hit me, up and Hello out long distance radio dot com Christmas, or mala, guile, pus goal at bog, onto on happy new year. Now back to the show. H Premadasa is a San Francisco based, independent writer and director, whose work includes films like coma, the musical. Food fly and I am a ghost on. I am a ghost ghost. The kind of a mix of comedy, musicals horror, which makes total sense if you've seen them or have met HP his latest film is bitter melon. Tell we about that video, we did about how to Filipino accent could go. Could go via no one even knows what Filipino is everyone knows at least. And they all expect us to know each other don't we though. A Filipino American family comes together for Christmas things. Don't go as planned. Junk last night. I just had a couple of drinks. It try. Thank you for started writing the script in nineteen ninety seven twenty one years later. The film is finally finished out in the world played in select theaters last week in his currently available on digital platforms. Like high tunes Amazon, so, yeah, after you listen to this go watch it. Full disclosure my co-producer, Patrick Aquino is in the movie, he's a filmmaker and actor in real life surprise. So I've watched this movie many times, it's got all the elements of your typical Philippino family reunion, lots of laughs food karaoke, and then it gets dark. Distracted. I'm going to share parts of a recent interview with HP then play a story. I produced about bitter melon before we start. I want to give you heads up. The story includes some discussion of physical abuse, the might be hard to listen to for some people, especially around little kids. Here's HP. So the earliest memory, I have of Christmas. I don't even know if the earliest because, you know how like your childhood memories are all kind of non linear. The only reason I think it's my earliest because remember the deal at my family made about this being the first Christmas that I would experience with the whole family in the house, because my mom had eleven brothers and sisters. They all had kids, and they were all there, and, but it was the house that belonged to my mother and father. So it was our house in the Excelsior district at six twenty four Lagaan avenue like the right down the hill from the big blue tower. And I remember my oldest brother, Joe. Are if I could do some sorry. HP doesn't normally talk like that. But today is a pretty emotional day. We're in a hotel room in San Diego, California, here for the San Diego Asian film festival or just the night before HP one, the festival's coveted best narrative feature award for bitter melon, a fitting end to a long year of festival screenings and over two decades of working on what might be his most ambitious film to date. So yeah, it's been a day. But still, I didn't expect that response from HP when I asked him to recount, his earliest, Christmas memory. He actually told me the story of the day before super casually. I wasn't recording. But for some reason, things are different now. So I asked him another question. Why did you set your movie during Christmas? He says that is a good question that question has never been asked. And I think I said it during Christmas time because of the story, then HP tries to tell me that story, again, he doesn't finish. He can't without going into too much detail involve some very serious instances of physical abuse that HP witnessed as a child at about four or five years old on his first big Christmas. While the scene isn't in the movie bitter, is based on the experiences of HP's own family that has dealt with domestic violence and abuse receptions of the movie has been sort of controversial. There are people who loves the film, relate to it. And then there are people who don't thing is HP makes movies that don't always fit in perfect. Little boxes with nice, happy, endings and making a movie about such a controversial topic is complicated. And in my opinion brave. I talked to HP about bitter melon back in may right before the film premiered at that time, he told me he hadn't really figured out his big message, yet or his big spiel about the movie that it would take more time more screenings and festivals until he'd figure it out. So last month in that San Diego hotel room before his very last festival screening of the film. I asked him, what's your bitter, melon spiel? Really what it is this movie is about a touchy subject. I personally believe is being slightly, mishandled by the media, because the media is all about making movies about domestic abuse, simple good versus evil stories that make you feel really good at the end. Right. These movies are almost designed to make you believe that there's a solution out there and it gets better. I don't think of ever seen a domestic abuse movie that shows what actually happens when you get a restraining order. Right. Like I've lived through restraining orders, you know, like with various women in my family. I do feel like I'm not gonna say China Light on it, but I'm gonna give it my own personal take if you wanna hear my take on this Lipitor melons about, and after I gave that acceptance speech last night, I do realize that I now know exactly why made bitter melon and why all the stuff that I do all this stuff. I do make whether it's my movies or like the video game art that I do or my music, everything I do is plea for empathy. So that was HP before his very last festival screening of bitter, melon right before it released in theaters on digital platforms this next and final story is about the making of bitter melon, and it takes place at one of bitter melons very, very first screenings ever, it was a sneak preview at the LA Asian Pacific film festival. This story originally aired on KPCC's the frame reminder might co-producer patch Kusunose in the film. So story starts with him. When my partner Patrick Pino told me he was going to be in a movie I was excited. He's a writer director in actor, but this was personal. It's a film about people like us sort of film is called bitter melon. It's a tragic comedy in which Filipino American family conspires to kill a member who's been terrorizing them for years. He's named Troy, I play Troy days before a sneak preview screening. I have to ask do you feel any pressure at all pressure? Ama- little anxious to be honest. We'll see if I need to take several bathroom breaks during the screening. Fast forward to preview night, and we're in theater lobby in Hollywood, while Patrick calms nerves and takes a bathroom break. I catch up with the film's writer director is HP Mendoza. And I'm the director of bitter, melon feeling right now. Adjective, incorporates the word. Butterfly or butterflies. I'm butterflies. HP's previous work includes the horror film. I a ghost and coma the musical. But bitter, melon is his most personal project and the title refers to unpack up a Philippine tropical vegetable with a bitter flavor a fitting name for a film, where characters act in ways that can be hard to swallow. I do feel like this dark comedy because we are asking you to laugh at this really grotesque thing that happens. Right. But we do honor the drama of it is actually kind of sad like a good Filipino. Family bitter, melon begins with a party. Declan Santos had home to spend the holidays with his family and San Francisco when he arrives. He's greeted by his brother Troy who still lives at home. Ring the doorbell. Sorry we didn't know if anybody was home. The family walks on eggshells around Troy, he physically abuses, his wife and scares his daughter. Things are so bad, that when Declan talk Stras mom, he brings up an idea that could end his brother's reign of terror for good. Killjoy. That glenn. That's sick. How do we? H-p shares. No real people were harmed in the making of this movie, but it is based on his real life experiences, and the characters modeled after his real family, he's been working on this for over twenty years. And as mother just recently gave her blessing to talk about the issues, the film brings up like the physical abuse. She endured with HP's estranged father, Patrick's character Troy embodies, a lot of their deep-rooted problems. Like the fact that HP makes his own kinds of films, and I think he touches on things that a lot of Filipino families lot of Philippine American families to don't talk about, like many Asian immigrant groups Filipino American families tend to sweep things under the rug. So when the characters and bitter, melon, do the opposite. It's cathartic thrilling sometimes confusing HP says it's like when he first saw better luck tomorrow. I'll be completely honest. I was excited when better tomorrow. Filipino lead. Character cheat today, the drugs scams between this and all my club commitments, I couldn't even start my homework until one AM. Directed by fast and furious Helmer Justin Lin. Better luck tomorrow is about a group of Asian American high school students breaking the law while keeping good grades. Imagine growing up with that, right? And then suddenly being confronted with this movie where we have a bunch of Filipinos, your mind goes places, while you're watching it, there are side characters, but the leads are also Filipino. I don't know what to do with that. And then on top of that, there are no model minorities HP face challenges, making a film with Asian American actors who didn't protray stereotypes, like the over achieving model minority at test. Screenings, one person said the cast all look, the same, so he couldn't tell them apart. Another suggested recasting the whole thing. I know you're saying this is a Filipino American story, but there's nothing specifically Filipino American about it. Have you considered shooting, this movie with regular people? This reminds me of what happened in two thousand two. When better luck tomorrow, had its premier at the Sundance film festival during the QNA an audience member asked, if it was irresponsible to portray Asian Americans negatively the late film critic, Roger Ebert, got up to respond. Here's some tape from that moment. Your statement? Say a bunch of white filmmakers, do. Do. American. That legendary moment helped launch Justin Lin's career. But in twenty eighteen Asian Americans are still subject to stereotypes. Now bitter, melon is subverting them. After the screening audience members trickle into the lobby to greet, Patrick so much for your. For your HP being Philippine American myself. It was just a breath of fresh air to see my family on screen and to see a character. That is philippine-americans specific that I can relate to. It's about damn time overall. The screening went really well, sure I'm a little biased, but I've watched Patrick work on this, since he first got the script over a year ago when I check in with HP the next day, he says the most important feedback he's received has been from the Filipino American community. I didn't know I want everyone to be moved, but there's something special knowing the Filipino Americans are like, no but there's a little something here. Like you actually get like being told by quote unquote, high people that I get it turns out that night was just a taste of what was to come a week later bitter, melon premiere to sold out crowds in Oakland and San Francisco in it screened at film festivals across the country last week. It was released in select theaters. It's now vailable. On digital platforms. Like I tunes and Amazon after listening to this. Look it up and watch it or head to bitter melon film dot com for more information. The story first aired on KPCC's the frame Kosong, you're hearing right now is from the film Kalma, the musical, written, and performed by HP Mendoza. Miami. Blaze. Way back. That's it for this episode. Oh. And once twenty eighteen. Hello, filipino. I leave it to you to decide to me, the answer is not obvious. But also, I think every year is how Filipino. One day. And maybe then. And I'll forget. A world. I know. Maybe. That will be. This episode was written mixed and produced by me, Paula Mardo co-producer, Patrick Pino, cover art is by Selena Kalma with title, designed by me theme song is by C lights and the prisons music in this episode is by DeAnne key. Dinah, Dominguez Francis mug Alana HP Mendoza Lee rose veer Rosie plaza, and ruby Ibarra. I wanna share scenes from the next episode with you. But I we made it episode three thanks for listening. 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Everything to Know About Making a Skyblock Server

Team Visionary

36:22 min | 3 months ago

Everything to Know About Making a Skyblock Server

"What is sky block. The minecraft game mode of sky block has taken many many forms over the years growing more complex and innovative with every players. New creative and novel ideas team. Visionary want to explain everything you need to know about making a sky block server to truly understand sky block as the explosively popular game mode that it is today we must start from the beginning and understand its roots and beginning history of sky block. Sky block originated as a very simple yet. Unique survival map challenge. The concept of it was simple. Players started the game by spawning into a completely void world on top of a very small island mate of a few grass and endured blocks. This island would also include a regular sized oak tree as well as a chest that contains some necessities such various plants and seeds in ice block and lava bucket for kabul generators and similarly necessary items for early survival. The general goal of sky block is to then progress along the game play progression of minecraft being heavily limited by the fact that the world is entirely made avoid and that there is no over world in strictly vanilla versions of this players would begin by creating a renewable source of blocks via the tree by planting the saplings from the tree. And subsisting off of the apple's creating a cobblestone generator with the ice and lava then farming all necessary resources from monsters at night. Eventually the most ambitious of players would be able to start a villager farm opening the possibilities to iron farms with iron golem and the like there are also certain variations of these survival maps wherein players instead spun on another sky block island et cetera to add an extra layer of difficulty to add to the gameplay sky block survival maps traditionally offer players with challenges or rather a list of concrete goals for players to accomplish during their sky block game. Play run. these challenges are often provided to the players via forum posts or a book in game meaning that players can choose to follow them or not without affecting their progression and there. You have it while it seems relatively simple the boundless possibilities and creativity that these limitations of being unemployed island inspired crafters across the world quickly made this game mode and explosive phenomenon. Players loved the idea of overcoming the heinous difficulties and limits and it was incredibly rewarding. Starting with nothing and expanding their islands to encompass factories kingdoms and empires. And so today. We've seen sky block largely become a household name among any minecraft player's worth their salt sky blocked today servers multiplayer and more however sky block has come a long long way from its humble roots of being a challenge based survival map from hypoc seals unimaginably immense sky block servers that average tens of thousands of players daily to the countless smaller community servers that range through every server listing site sky block servers have become the norm of any minecraft network as well as the ambitions of many new server owner. That might be why you're here. In fact as the development capabilities of minecraft servers expand and new ideas and new norms arise the features of sky block have also increased greatly. What may have been the standard good sky blocks server a few years ago. Vanilla sky block with essentials features. Such as though and warps a nice functional. Build a few events here and there a server shop with reasonable prices. And maybe even quest if you were feeling fancy have now long been left in the dust. In this new age of minecraft servers today minecraft players enter new sky block servers with heavy expectations. It's not uncommon to see features such as island. Top rewards quests challenges coughs envoys outposts quests missions challenges custom daily events custom recipes custom drops crates kids bosses dungeons minions generators extra currencies customer and chance casino lottery auctions and chess shops at central being tossed around and plastered all at once on a single server server listing for the players. This is absolutely fantastic. With these higher standards of gameplay that have come to become the norm players will only continue to enjoy more and more complex increasingly intricate server features however for the server owner looking to get into the scene it may all be very very challenging to wrap one's head around in an age where sky block servers are expected to tote all the newest plug-ins features and content. How do you even begin to start creating your own server. Where should you get the builds which plug ins. Should you use. And what features should you choose to include. How do you even start hosting your own minecraft server anyway. Well that's what we a team. Visionary are hoping that are article will help you understand better so without further ado. Let's get into things server features. Please note that if you're looking for essential. Ha plug ins. For basic server infrastructure such as essentials world ended world guard et cetera. Please skip ahead to the next section. This part will largely cover the popular server features. In sky block servers today is top slash rankings. This is essential for any sky block server players will utilize this ranking system to compare resources wealth and progress with each other this will also be the basis for any is top rewards that you might be giving out to encourage game play in the same line of thinking. Island upgrades can also be a rewarding resource sink for your players while also giving them something to work towards and compete against each other with quest slash challenges slash missions. These are also important to add player. Gameplay grinding at an origin is lovely and all but sometimes your players will need a little break the difference between these three things is as follows quests or usually one time tasks your player will receive from npc's challenges achievement like tasks that you're player will automatically complete when they fulfill the task and missions are regular daily or weekly tasks that are generated for your players kothe slash outpost slash envoys. These are further activities for your players to partake in coffs. King of the hill and outposts are extremely popular. Pv ep activities that involved players trying to take over and hold capture point while fighting off. Attackers envoys are also. Pv events although they can be made simply a first come first serve race with some configure tweaking that involved players making a mad dash towards loot crates that fall from the sky fighting their way through other contenders minion slash generators minions and generators are one of the newer editions to must have sky block features having been made popular by some large networks in the past couple of years. These are both sources of materials resources and currency minions are entities that players can place down to perform actions for them such as mine items kill monsters et cetera generators are generally blocks can be placed down crates. Crates have become a common sight in any minecraft server. These adopt a look box model of monetization that has become popular in many games today. They offer your player. Potential fantastic rewards encourages them to purchase crate. Slash create keys to randomly role for said rewards kids and ranks. Kids ranks and other webs tour items. Have also become an everyday occurrence in any sizable minecraft server. These packages can ordinarily range from a few usd to hundreds while these are incredibly great sources of revenue for your server. It's also vital to balance them properly to avoid hefty accusations of running your server to pay to win which may alienate non-spending players customer. And chance last but absolutely not least on. This list are custom enchants custom in chance commonly abbreviated. Sas are exactly what it says on the tin enchantment that function similarly to vanilla encampments but do completely different things popular. Cas include ones. That can imbue your players. Armor weapons and tools speed lifestyle. Jump height auto smelt and armor shattering affects to name a few how to set up your server rent your hosting. Since running a server requires enough resources to have an enjoyable multiplayer experience. If you have an older pc or none at all then renting a server could fit your needs better companies or organizations that host servers allow you to customize what hardware you might need for your uses some even offer comprehensive support for not only getting the server up and running but for guidance and assistance in trouble shooting any problems that might arise server hosting sites among the current top tier of minecraft server hosting sites apex hosting and g g servers. Both of these services provide very stable servers and offer customize ability from the servers settings down to even the hardware realms minecraft also offers their own type of server hosting dubbed realms truthfully this is among easiest methods to getting a dedicated twenty four seven server running for you and your friends the subscription to realms plus gives you a personnel server with up to ten players simultaneously and includes one hundred plus minecraft world's texture packs skin packs and more from the minecraft marketplace whether you want to java or bedrock server minecraft offers subscriptions to either one of the versions self hosting all of that being said if you already have a pc with enough resources running server without an upfront cost from a computer. You already have would be another way to get started with one. The biggest pros to hosting yourself is that you're able to control every little aspect of your server since the java edition and bedrock edition run on two different types of code. Each server is incompatible with the other end there are alternative steps for each version overall. There are two larger steps to complete to fully get your server up and running for each version one download slash configure server files to port forward. Fortunately my craft developers have provided the community with a comprehensive server. File package for both versions of the game before you begin. Make sure you have the latest version of minecraft java and a program like seven zip downloaded java edition. One download the java server files here to create a folder to store your server files in and place the downloaded file inside three pace the following into a new text file within that folder at echo off java. mx three g. m.'s. Three g jar server jar pause one. Save the file as a batch file with the name server start dot bat. Note the three in x. ms three g and x mx. Three g is the number of allocated server memory and gb to run this file. Whenever you want to start your server at this point files will begin appearing in your folder. Three data file called ula text should have been generated open this file in a text editor for locate the line that has false and changed that to true. Save this file and close all things related to the server except the windows file browser five finally run those server start dot bad file one more time six congrats you now have your very own server up and running the gui for your server will look similar to this bedrock download the bedrock server files here create a folder to store your server files in extract the contents of the downloaded dot zip file to the new folder run the bedrock underscore server dot e. x. file at this point a lot of other files will be generated in the folder and this is your server up and running it will look like this sharing ip slash port forwarding now that your server is running. I'm sure you and your players are going to be wanting to connect and walk around in your servers world. Port forwarding is what allows other players to connect to your server. You're going to be doing this by logging into your home. Router settings but getting to the port forward options will differ from router to router to get to your routers log in page use google and search for what is my ip copy and paste your ip into the address bar and this will get you to the routers log in the username and password are likely to be somewhere. On the router itself navigate to the routers port forward options once you are able to access the port forward options at newport for minecraft with the port nineteen thousand one hundred and thirty two and with protocol settings. Udp though this might not make a lot of sense what's happening here is you're opening up a secure channel that the network traffic will be routed through my settings. Look like this image here five leslie. All you need to do is give your players your public. Ip have been paste that like any other server ip into the multiplayer servers settings and connect server types and themes minecraft server types are as far and wide ranging as the game itself servers can be built on many games simple survival multiplayer or even custom maps like adventure maps or sky block many games from my experience many game servers seen the most populated as they consistently have new and fun games rotating throughout their time some exceptional many game servers. Include ones like hypoc seal. This server has been around for about seven years now. Hypoc seal had garnered over eighteen million unique loggins which is about half of all java players. Needless to say many game servers are extremely popular. Survival multiplayer as empty survival multiplayer servers are very simple inside and out from the name it is what it is a multiplayer survival server. However don't let the simplicity of the name deter you from considering this kind of server with plug ins like mo tony factions et cetera. You can bet that there's plenty of ways to structure your survival like a community of players rather than individuals building basis. This type of server is great for small or large groups of friends. Server builds hubs and lobbies are like the town square of your server from this area. Your players are gonna be traversing your server whether it be many game too many game adventure map to adventure map or even from survival base to base our builds at team visionary support all kinds of themes and ideas and all kinds of server types to we also recommend looking at learning materials such as the team visionary minecraft building tips and resources through the wormhole. This awesome new age. Sifi looking map comes with many great features such as a place for crates. Leaderboards tutorial area rule boards outposts enter fully custom warzone download through the wormhole here see the through the wormhole video example below dragon hub. This hub offers a great big deal of content including two massive dragons. Battling it out on your server. This hub comes with ample amounts of space for rules leaderboards server shops and more download dragon hub gear more of team visionaries builds and builder. Experience can be found here on this site. You can find several. Examples are handcrafted builds. And you can feel free to hire us to complete unique maps to explore. Why not take a look at the team. Visionary dragon sky block video below optimizing your server performance if you play on servers before then it's very likely you've encountered some sort of lag or performance issues as such. You probably also recognize that playing with even a minor amount of lag can get frustrating very quickly as the server owner. You have the ability. Nay the responsibility to limit the servers lag runs in ticks in this case the game runs into per second. Tps takes are the tasks that are completed at a rate of twenty tps these include any interactions between blocks entities objects or timing centric tasks like crops movement et cetera. By keeping this number at or close to twenty tps your server will be well equipped to handle a majority of what is thrown at your server. Below will be listed ways to optimize and even determine what is causing your servers leg. There are two ways to lower your tps optimizing hardware or optimizing software both are recommended for best results hardware the best way to increase your servers. Performance is to simply give it more resources whether you do this by increasing the number of gb in your server settings or through physically increasing your computers amount of ram software slash files. Most vanilla minecraft servers plug ins to give their players. The best experiences possible and your server shouldn't be any different from that to begin you. I need the files and folders structure for your plug ins. This guide will use paper. Mc as it is currently one of the most well supported and used api backup your server files download. The paper mc server. Dodge are here. Open the folder that contains your server files and place the downloaded file into the folder pace. The following into a new text file within that folder at echo off java ms g x mx to g jar paper one point sixteen point four dash hashtag hashtag hashtag dot jar policy the file as all files with the name paper. Mc start dot bet. Note the three in x. Ms three g and x mx. Three g is the number of allocated server memory. Gb note the hashtag hashtag hashtag is the build number of the paper mc download to run the dot bad file three congrats. You have successfully installed paper mc at this point you should see many many many more files in your server. Folder including one labeled plug ins. This folder is where you will be putting any all plug ins for your server into if you played with mods before this is pretty similar to that now that you've got the foundations of your server together. Here's where you can really begin optimizing. Your server preload chunks win player runs around the far reaches of your world or explore their surroundings they are generating over. This causes your servers. Tps to slow down as more resources are going towards generating junks than to other interactions as such preloading. Your chunks means that your server faces less lag and your players face less interruptions download fast junk per generation plug in here open. The servers files navigate to the folder labeled plug ins place. The downloaded file into the plug ins folder restart server run the command slash world border. Set thirty thousand note. This means the world border is set. Thirty thousand blocks by thirty thousand blocks with the center at zero zero run. That command slash. Fc vanilla three world name note for most the world name should be just world. It's the names of the folder that your level dot. Dat files are contained in incremental chunk. Saving now that you're world's chunks are loaded and players are building on these chunks. It's time to consistently be backing up your server in case of grieving data loss or other unforeseen events navigate to your server files folder. Open the paper dot. Ym l. file in a text editor. Locate the line. That says max player auto save cortec dash one change dash one to six note dash one just means to use the default buki settings but for optimization six works best timings report timing reports provide you with comprehensive statistics on the performance of your server. The generated link will also have a laptop. So you'll be better able to see what is using your resources most wait at least three minutes after starting. Your server one hour is recommended. Run the command slash timings paste open the given you are l. In essence the higher the percentage number. Four hashtag hashtag hashtag dot hashtag hashtag percent of tick the more resources. That task is requiring. This page gives you more information on. The specifics of what's causing problems must use plug ins beyond the performance. Plug-ins mentioned above plug-ins also provide your players with greater flexibility and multiplayer interactions. That vanilla minecraft wouldn't be able to accomplish alone if you have joined servers before some of these plug ins will look very familiar. You might even already be well versed in the commands of many of them. Essentials as aptly named essentials x. Offers hundreds of essential commands that nearly every server if not all of them give their players commands like slash t. p. a. n. slash kit and even slash war are in this plug in pack these allow for transport between players and locations without requiring moderator or admin privileges it even adds an economy you have ways to create sign shops managed currency or even charge in game money for access to some commands luck. Perms look perms. Ads ranks the ability to restrict or allow access to commands by being able to have better control over what ranks allow what commands you can have greater control over the security of your server. For example you'd want to give administrators. They're moderation permission so they can do their job but wouldn't want to hand over full control of the server since you're likely going to be adding many many new commands this plug and gives you fine tuned control over all of them core project. One of first experiences with being undermined craft server involved me grieving and ultimately getting permanently banned from the server. Even to this day. I can only imagine they had some sort of plug in or methodology similar to corporate tax. That allow them to isolate the player responsible. This plug in stores every action of every player in database so you can see exactly which players had previously interacted with a block. Though one thing to note is that these files will get larger as more players join and as more interactions are stored. It is recommended to clear this database. Roughly once a month. If you have less players you might not need to clear it as often use the command slash cope urged t thirty d. This'll delete all data within the database older than thirty days. World ed slash vauxhall sniper. These are particularly important. Plug ins for your builders to have when building for your spun. But that's not to say that they won't be used during post release either. Having world ended on hand gives you absolute control over the blocks in your server and can save you tons of time whether you're trying to fix a small issue in spawn said a region with world guard. Replace all of one type of block in any given build world guard. Had those shops. I grieve back in the day. Head of plug in similar to world guard. Maybe i wouldn't have gotten permanent. Sad face this plug in allows you to set rules to protect your entire server or regions of it disabling mechanics that could be detrimental to the server is a good way to prevent and repel undue damage you can deny players from building in an area disabled pv disabled entity destruction tnt creeper et cetera or even blacklist entire items citizen citizens. Lets you place. Npc characters that look like real players. These npc's can be used for quests stories or what i've seen them commonly used for as statues showing off you and your servers steph. This plugin doesn't add to much of content. But what you do with the npc's is all up to you. Holographic displays if you've logged onto a server. You've probably seen floating texts that turns as you walk around these holographic displays or what's added through this plugin though simple. These displays can be placed anywhere so you can display stats label or simply make it look cool tony slash factions. I decided to both of these plug ins into one. As some sort of organizational plug in is a big necessity especially for survival servers as they grow larger and larger both of these plug ins served similar purposes but differ in execution. Telly relies on a stable government system wherein the owners and citizens of the town epa in game taxes to keep their townie running factions relies more on an anarchist system where it's used to label different groups so that the players can stay more organized. Many factions servers also rely on vp and engage in reading. But that's not necessary. Be craft t bex by craft is a great plug into get started with mony izing your server. No matter how or why you wish to sell cosmetics perks or features this plugin has been in development for years and since its creation has expanded to twelve other games as well by kraft is the minecraft specific plug in but the platform for all games is called clear. Lag clearly was designed to as named reduce the amount of lag. Your server experiences using an analysis of the timings report discussed above clearly would be your second step after the analysis the plug in offers tools to delete dropped item slash entities limit mobs spawns limit even processing for your cpu or anything in between and beyond clear lag is among the top tier of lag support. Conclusion one final tip for you play on other servers. Not only are you a server owner. You are also a player so find the kinds of experiences you like on other servers and use your influence to support those kinds of experiences on your own server. You will not only be more engaged in what you're doing but drawing people with similar feelings to your server testing the waters with unique servers will help broaden your creativity for your own work also. Please feel free to learn more about minecraft adventure maps. And whether you begin this project for your friends or you have grander visions in mind. Creating your own server can be a very rewarding experience. There's so much to learn and to do from the point that you connect to your server up to having hundreds or more players enjoying your community your server must use plug ins world guard or a custom. Alternative is considered an absolute must have for minecraft networks. No matter what kind of game mode or servers it has world guard allows you to define certain regions in your world setting them up with flags that determine how the region interacts with your players. You can set flags that range from no block breaking to know fire spread to know hunger loss et cetera. Making it essential in protecting your server from militias players and grief irs core sky blocked plug in ascii block superior sky block et cetera. Of course to run a sky block server. You're going to need a core sky blocked plug in that handles the creation of islands. Some of the most popular options are eski block. V sky block superior sky block et cetera. These each have their advantages and disadvantages and we recommend thoroughly looking over them. Before making your decision most custom features that involve islands will end up depending on this plug in meaning. It won't be as easy to switch out. Wants development starts by craft slash t bex by craft slash t. Beck's plug in is the most popular model of monetization allowing you to link your server to your web store for all your micro transactional needs. There's not much else to elaborate here. The bottom line is that if you're planning to monetize and profit from your server you're going to need this permission. Plugging luck perms permission. X. group manager et cetera. Permission plug in is vital for any good server. This will handle all your players permissions as well as the definition and emissions of donor ranks and staff ranks ensuring that. No one is doing stuff that they're not meant to be doing by extension. You'll also want a chat plug into complement this permission plug in so that all the ranks up correctly in chat beta testing your server. So you've done your homework and gotten all the preparations done and dusted for your fantastic. New sky block server. You're never before seen features have been custom coated into optimized plug ins. You've done some preliminary testing and they work exactly as you had in mind. Your beautiful custom handmade builds line every warp spun and location of interest in your server. You've got a solid team of steph competent management a lovely forum plenty of documentation for your features and a discord full of players who are eager to bust through the gates and start grinding the minute the white list is turned off. Socially now is the perfect time to turn that white-list off and open the floodgates not at all unfortunately a very very big part of creating any sort of game or gameplay content and one that most server owners tend to forego in the interest of time and money is testing your server before releasing it. Why is beta testing important. This is a question that i have unfortunately been asked way too many times by server owners who are always all too eager to hit enter on the slash white list off commend. It's understandable. of course you've spent months and hundreds maybe thousands of dollars on the development of your server. You want to start making back your investment as soon as possible and see your server flourish in the midst of happy players however once you hit that release button there is no going back if a player finds a game breaking bug and god forbid abuse and exploited. You're going to have to make some very very tough choices. consider this scenario. you've just released your server. And everything is going smoothly. You look on slash top to see how the are doing in terms of balance to your horror. The first player on vol top is sitting on billions of dollars and he slashed paying chunks of money to the of the confused players after some soul searching. You realize that you can figure to quest wrongly and he's been able to reclaim the valuable rewards infinitely selling them to the server shop rapidly for fast infinite money. He starts telling other players about this and they've started to do to. Certainly the first course of action would be to punish and remove the offending players from the network. However what do you do after. Even if you're able to track via logs who exactly the exploiting player has slash pay. Ed will you be able to track what they've done with the money. Will you be able to take it away before. It's invested into more money. Making objects such as spawners generators and log tracking is made all but void with the addition of the slash withdraw command. And that's popular on sky block servers which allows players to drop their balance in item form to any player without any command trail. Now that the damage is done. Perhaps the best course of action would be to roll back the server. Certainly you have backups. Right however is this fair to the players who were uninvolved in the exploitation process and may have made sizable amounts of progress in the server. That will be rolled back. If you choose to rollback be prepared to be faced with dozens of angry complaints threats of quitting and chargebacks et cetera. And on top of all of that you'll need to go and find a fix for the offending bugging question with the server having to stay down as you fix it causing more players to be unhappy with the downtime. It's a mess really and one that i've lived through countless times. This could all have been avoided if you had allocated a week or two for a beta test on your server and in the long run is guaranteed to save you plenty of time money and heartache test your server test your server before you release it please for the sake of both you and your staff how to start a beta test here are the basic steps to hosting a successful beta test decide whether you want to host. It closed or open beta with closed. Betas you'll have more flexibility over choosing exactly who you want to let into the server decide on a timeframe you can't beta test forever after all depending on the amount of features you have. I would recommend one to two weeks at least for the testing phase and allocate another week for your staff and devs to fix any issues that might arise create a way for your testers to communicate their ideas with you. A google form is the best way to do this as it also allows you to create a spreadsheet with the results that your staff can then work with to check off bugs decide on a prize for beta testing while some players might do so the best testers will be looking to work for free pay pal rewards for the most bugs reported a huge motivator although be craft custom kits and titles etcetera may welby enough ensure that you and your staff will be available during the beta testing phase to perform hot fixes for especially game breaking bugs engage with your community throughout the server. This is not only a beta testing session. But the first impression that many of your potential players will get of you and your management take the reports and suggestions to heart but also remember that you are the owner of the server and that you have the last say in terms of the direction and vision that you'd like to take your server in keep track of the most active knowledgeable and reasonably vocal players. They're really valuable. You'll be able to work with them later. On when you need any specific feature tested or advice in the last stages of beta consider giving your players lots of resources money and other currency so that they can test late an end game content as well leslie and more of a tip than anything else. Remember to keep backups and make changes to said backups of before the beta test.

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S6 Ep 7: Hayley Squires

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

46:44 min | 2 years ago

S6 Ep 7: Hayley Squires

"Hello and welcome to take them minutes. I'm just wear and I'm sat here with my mom. So I'm sitting. I'm sorry. I'm so. Say city I'm sitting with my mother. Yes, he's a pain in my office. I'm really happy to finally have this guest coming to my house. The first time I met Hayley Squires was when I was pregnant, and I was going to see Daniel clear and David Haig in the young Vic production of blue orange. And she was there Joe Dempsey who we love, and we've had on the Poku with Daniel, and we all going to support you in this. Skins, then she wasn't incident typing. And she was there with Joe and he was like this. My mate Haley said pleasure to meet you. He said, she's in this new Ken Loach film, and it's going to be so important and exciting. She was about to do the rounds of all the festivals. And she was just like the most kind of humble person next thing you know, she's up for BAFTA I think she was up for best supporting actress, at the BAFTA for her role in identity Blake have you seen either new blood. It is one of the most important and powerful films. I think I've ever seen and it's so relevant for now. It's about food banks about poverty about austerity. I mean it was heartbreaking. There's a scene in the food Bank, and I can't give them a thing away, because you got watcher quite relevant that we've got Haley, coming to ours, when Brexit round the corner. Well, I'm at her hemisphere polar a yes, I'm anxious. Sitting Sot, sitting she was sitting in the middle where I thought I would be sitting. And she clearly didn't want to move on, I gave her a long hard stand. She gave me a long hot stir like why you here and we became best friends, of course move. No. But she wasn't we all shuffled up a bit. And it was she was so sweet and lovely, she's brilliant. And she such talented actress, I've now seen her onscreen, but also more recently, the Pinter theatre in the West End, and it was the Pinter she didn't choose Pinter season with Russell tohvi. It was the same season at Toby was doing and she no they were in same. They wouldn't say production and the lover, the lovers, I think will deliver. But she was good in that. So I just feel like she's a gem of ours, citing to Noche thing. Yeah. And I don't know if you saw her in collateral to David hare, TV show that had carry Mallika. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So she was in it. Yeah. I remember she was in the chip show but in the pizza shop. Yeah. Pizza shop on the menu tonight. I gave Haley the option of lamb or chicken. She said Bruce chicken was her favor. So though we have done a roast chicken quite a few times. This is a fantastic and very easy, and delicious roast chicken, which producer Alice has offered me, which is Balsam roast chicken? Now, I don't eat a lot of Balsam. I have to say, but putting it under the skin of a whole chicken immersing inputting in the caucus has transformed it into the most divine kind of chicken Kiev. It's from tastic. So if done that on a bed of massively are just sliced in half. So this England there with salaries welk's loved row celery. So that's happening to chickens in there, all the fat and the creamy Bussan juices coming through, and it's tasting delicious. And then I'm going to do it with some to keep it kind of French doing Bobby Baynes mid some tower gun, and, like mustard kind of buttery mustard sauce. And then. I'm going to do sauteed potato, which of just diced up really small actually don't want. But I think it would just be nice. Herbs do performance on there. And then we'll put some garlic on their little bit later. So it doesn't burn too much put it in half way. That's it. Not even saw quite creamy mail. Because maybe we didn't very crumple, which I didn't realize was so simple. But I think mitt thinking much slightly to do. We have to put it in the oven for Ben needs to do is blow torch the torch cardamon. Like I said. Yeah. Did you? Yeah. Cardamon unbeknown. I strained it side. The khartum. No clubbed caught him in cinnamon and vanilla. No. You couldn't not symbol would have about the cardamon Haley did mention in a text. She said, making banana bread don't tell you monks still wanna putting from her. Okay. We'll see how it goes much prefer. Just the non abroad Haley Squires, coming up on take on. Chills. Thanks so much. Disquiet. Is in my kitchen, and she has bought banana bread she's the only person that's made some chef, but he didn't make it. He got his people to my chocolate chips on chocolate chip, who's recipe is it's not jealous, but his old, so our con- cook. Right. This is a thing. It's been a thing for really long time a running joke with my family, my friends, I didn't know couldn't turn on oven Lacan. I didn't if I was in a kitchen, it would be completely alien to me. Not in November of last year. When I finish the pin apply here, and I'm happy icon. I need to do something, go mad when I'm not working made a cake, my nephew's birthday, but look out of the box cupcakes you terrible things that you shouldn't give kids. What am I can't? So we'll to the show up. I'd look something up online and red velvet cake. A little ambitious best television, without didn't even cookies or anything like that. When ingredients comeback did it dangle obsessed? And now kitchens full of cookbooks baking, so you'll baby try to start cooking. You can be in the back of what I Don I all my no one in my family. My friends can believe it because I'm not running joke. You'll what Salat besides the non it was the thing you before. Apple crumble, but for me. Good. So on big this up might be terrible so lurid ner. No, it looks perf, maybe this. If, if it's dry and Baronet by crime brewlights go. So now I'm thinking, Kremlin Banon? It'd be a winning company. We're having. We having chicken would in Bussan rice chicken now. I bought Bussan is happy. Lease keychain, right. That you would never usually. I mean, I feel main on pull both giving school. It's fine. But is one instill Lucious, darling. Anyway, have you put it with chicken before. Yes. Doc. It's Alison producer. She's a French thing. Okay, hamas. The believed my God. Alex amazing. Done as. Just this is really impressive. This is not much. Like I was gonna get like a chicken breast because some nice that you. I love race. She can I do love she gins chicken anything. So it's Russian human Melby. You've done this swath. Go I was really stressed in when I was like, because she wasn't she really late. She was oh my God. You have listened to poke us. We now like these horrendous people that people are scared of. I hate being hightlight people. My mum is one on counts would would it. This is a kind of womam is my mom is getting married. She's quite stressed out with different things. Taking care of my NAN, who's very bad dementia. But she got so pissed off on Earth, Day, that like that, text messages arrived late and birthday. 'cause arrived like she was uninvited whether I'm, I'm not I'm not having to where I'm going to pay like, hundreds of pounds of people to sit down and have a meal, if they can't birthday Carter a text message times. I kind of she's bridezilla. Yes, she just was doing. It said, if people call deliver a message birthday message mealtime, then I'm not fading them what, what time what time because I definitely been that this boyfriend not you don't know yet. So they've been together up helmet. I've been going on nine years. I yeah, love him. I love him. His name's Martin, his very good, man. My mom's a very good woman, but she. Be tolerant. She doesn't tolerate a lot behaviors and tolerate bad behavior. And so she decided that they were going to that was not the main reason is different reasons. No, I live about ten minutes from my mom. I I'm really close you need to be. It's really good. Persona. Is your can't go thrown through Niwa? I'm so I was born in a girlfriend for seal. I was born in Greenwich also. So when did you move out to Ken, it was really random? So we got to I was going on fourteen. My brother was going on six. We're bit young not thirteen fifty. I did I went to my city. Autumn is Lucia. Yeah. But before they made it really answer. It's really brilliant school. But he's become an art school. It wasn't. I was crumbling. Basically, my mom and dad by south London. And they got to the point where they just decided they couldn't be London anymore. It was too close to phobic. They just my brother was become in about two turns sixteen and could go himself into trouble. And so we going to call one day went for Dr now what we're gonna do drive down to coast, because we used to go holidays ROY Kuala Ryan stinks. So we would drive into there. So this town could sit in bone, which is father shown pulled off. So this high street, went into this day agent found house that we could rent for, like a lot less money than we were living in London for and we were moved within about six weeks. A new worth footing. I was going on fourteen mind yet. When amazed we here, also, which visible under you will living florist him. I'm from I we live in Elton then. You were edging roughly out at you now. Yeah. My mom's from round. Good. Thomas Tallis now. All the is went to the bat boys. Ditto Lhasa show. Went to said you and then we moved and it was. Yeah. It was hard arms shy at school. My brother. My brother was fine. Abe became friends, we've all the top boys in the school when he was five it did. Yeah. But I I struggled shy shaping. I feel. I feel that the coughed yourself when I got to about six day found voice, but before that I was very, very acting when I moved to Ken, funnily enough, when I moved to Ken and drama drama lessons were, like the thing for me. I just found a home in it. And so of just fry doing it, and nobody does acting in your family. What kind of jobs, do they do what your mom do my work, my mom works? My mom was actually a school cook for years and years and years. Oh, gee, I'm when we moved to Ken, the school that me and my brother went to. She ran the campaign. She was the cook. How was that, fear? It was it was fine because she was there, thank God because I was having daily breakdowns ago, and I wanna talk to anybody like it. Like my mom, she gives you a little extra custody in cash. Yes, she was game Ola chip sat me in office, I was all right. But all the kids in the school really gravitate older so kids, get kicked out class kids at home problems. This must've been about how old one alpha got him for one. It's about fifteen years ago. The head tetris time kind terms. We do you want to do this pastoral kind of Johm, now, her role is something, not the student support manager. So is all the kids, get kicked out class, social services me, ins looked after children, traveler children. She takes care of mile such still give them cake. Concur. She gives them chocolate and. And my dad when we were living in London used to run video shops. So he's, he's a huge film buff. So that's how it came about me. And my brother will always surrounded by film and music. He was very into each shame with us. It's really sad. 'cause they tell you what was good. No. We have to decide to be my favorite thing to do on a Saturday. Go down with my main grow and choose like drew Barrymore. And yeah, what's his face? It was Robin. With Batman, Chris, that was this film mad love that we used to download we used to buy every week, Rehn every week. And it was there. He was with, who is that Mark, Mark McKay. Okay. No wait. Eight no, John. Turned away. He's gone. Donal heal are. The singer. Chris, I wasn't him. Matlock, ninety film must what share. But so. So was your dad kind of feeding you kind of saying, you must watch cinema Paradiso? No. He was just like I was obsessed with Disney films. When I was a kid, and so he made sure that we had, we didn't have money but me and my brother, never wanted for books music, or films. He made sure that we had a me and my say he would just show us wherever he liked. Or, you know, depending on what age we were wherever cinema and. Yeah. Just just fed off films, which was amazing. That's why I became upset when I was about fourteen tickly when we moved to Ken, my mom couldn't get me out the house because I would stay in and watch on a Sunday, which seven favorite of all tire so hard. Three. Godfather to. Yeah. Goodfellas. I'm I go gangsta Phil pure films. And then one is in the Yanks film, Disney. I mean yeah. But not the I'd lie not gonna put it in a top three. Okay. Don't not. I mean something like short Shawshank Redemption, probably saw enough. Never seen that. I regret regrettable. Yeah. Shove washer. Yes. I mean, it's a life affirming, incredible mine with definitely be such night. Fever. I don't think I've ever seen. Oh, by the way for I mean, I love you so brilliant. Yeah, I've seen bits and pieces. I've never seen the whole thing up film. To I Don plate was kind of defining role for you and did it kind of did it change things for you, where now I didn't know whether the actors will be offered parts rather than having to read for them has something has been the shift allows change your may. That hasn't changed for me. I mean, it was a weird one because had that film in American. Phuoc. It would've I mean it blew up for the right reason, year, intense if I was being selfish, and talking about my career would have blown up in a different way and probably things would have coward familiar here been Brockovich something. Yeah. It would have gone, it would have gone off. It has further today share I think I think he's giving me more confidence. Yeah. I mean mum hasn't seen. I Daniel Blake. Do you know why watched it because I'm a social worker? I think it's just kind of just kind of thought, gosh, this age, I need to work. I need one of my mates. Just it's when people tell me they haven't seen it is hard for me to say, no, no, no, no. I mean you'll see I kind of want to say to you watch it when you're not into bad place. You can have like really good food around you. Or you've got somebody with you that you love because even aside from being in, it is quiet. Just recently on TV. I could watch it when it was on Christmas Eve or something. They put it on in January beginning, January because you tell ABC one, they voted in my opinion burn. They should put it on BBC, but it had a I didn't realize the amount of people that hadn't seen it. And then there was this huge social media thing when off who's the main guy in it. Dave Johns who placed on your. He's a stand up comedian whose absolute didn't make you more politicized like it make you more political after doing that them. Yeah. I mean, I think I already knew what side of things I was on growing up. It wasn't like a political household. I lived in a toll, but we had the news on, and we came very much of a point of view of you treat people decently and you have morals and you treat people. Well, I knew look after people if you can. So we already knew what side I landed on and then doing that. And the fact that everything that happens in that film is based on a true story that was told to either the right or the director, poor Ken, is impossible not to be and not be fucking furious. It's just the cycle of poverty, that so Tara period, poverty. I mean and, and the system combined with the system that's in place to keep people in those zero that's the worst part of it is it the whole bureaucracy of is designed to keep people down. It's so sound. What's it like working with Kim boat is see, like how does he was? He is where what year we in two thousand nineteen in June or July. He's going to be food three thought his about fifty. I went to his eight if surprise birthday that they roofer him which was just mayhem, she's going to be eighty three eighty three. When did I go? Yeah. He was a line green, and he's still angry. And he's made a novel. They've actually made another film for somebody that so. Fizz in their views. He's very Jen. Oh no, I'm not. Okay. Thank you ever say anything, anyone. Very easy, babe, very convince you chicken breasts. God. I'm so funded have you not heard fucking and opiates, meaning Bay, I was listening to move anarchic today? Swing to not eight ready quickly. I'm known as a me too. Does what? Does what? Yeah. So I can make sure I can get second chicken is lovely. Thank you. What he next I. Well, there's no actin project. It's happening immediately. I am writing are you? Lots to I'm writing a film that has been in development for about four years. I started going to left drama school, as a way I always read when I was a kid are used to write poems to mom, or I used to write silly stories draw do drawer with to give to my dad and stuff like that. But when I was even drama score wrote play, the ended up going on Roku, you kitting one of those kind of emerging writers, really amazing respected scheme. Yeah. It was, I'd there's a young writers programme than they used to do the young rights festival. And it was I sent in as part of the young writes, for them. And then they put it on for free and a half weeks. No, I wasn't. I wasn't in it. I was a big part of the hassles and all of that kind of stuff, which was great. And then from that a literary agent, and people will think you'll ever Royal so weird thing because I find it quite painful today. In the same way that you must do, when you're sometimes when you're create in it can be like. Difficult in a way that's very difficult to, to people. I think for me. I don't feel it doesn't feel the most comfortable, easiest thing for me. Therefore? I was second guess myself may to constantly you feel like you kind of getting with. Don't have that feeling. Well, yeah. And kind of. I think some people that are in vote in the arts in whatever way, don't have that some people are born with a natural confidence or not true sense of self that can carry them through. But we this before compensate, you creative, a few so competent, you, but you think it's also being a woman, I, I don't know what it is. I know I don't know that these being a woman. I think it's I mean, in some circumstances, it definitely is where you feel that your voice is second-guessed in a way that a man's wouldn't be that's a MAC. But I think also just something that sometimes about your personality, and I think, men you share in where we guy. That would I'm watching come into gig off to the aura. What was going on? No, I d how good you are, and has a beautiful thing to have about yourself. Also. Sometimes it can be detriment. Well, I think what happens is, you don't convey the confidence to other people. So if you feel doubtful about doing something, I think you may you create that another people's minds an edge. You think Kate lunch it thinks she's not very good. Maybe sometimes he might do some. Yeah. I mean, it's, it's I also think is about taking ownership of your work, and that's a big thing. So last year, I wrote the official first draft of this film, I'm doing the I'm baby films of commissioned to riot on working with brilliant production company, damn say there to producers, Dan, in THEO, who I've been more. Can we for four years to develop it by wrote the first draft in the summer, and then I was? My fish, y ready backing when is good. I got it all not doing anymore. And I went to my mate Lindsey's my, my best female friend, I went to her house, and she's she's married to my best friend from drama school in the two kids, scary, Michael sons, and I went and sat on so firms arc doing this anymore. You know, when you just set why you being. Talks avatars completely. But, you know, when you have anybody said anything I'd been on my own for the summer, Rodney straw, I hadn't done any acting for couple of months, and sometimes it's just hard. It's hard to sustain. Your mind, going round and round and over and over again. And so of justify spending the time doing them and juggling ova things happening notion. Like why you think though is, and that was a really good point. Because for ages art gone over into stomach meserve sideline. Exactly. And then I want to speak to my Lindsey Robin you need. Calm down. No, they hadn't, but they had the confidence to go to me is going to be fun. It's gonna be fine. Your lung pin too many things into your thinking about your life. You'll thinking about all the different areas of it, and then your stress in on this draft over all of those things, and so. Then calm down and over. I went and did the pinta plays which you were from tastic Hanky, which was amazing because I was in the room with Jamie loiters and amazing director brilliant actors who runs the Pinter who's running the pinta sees yet, and just had a really good time went back to the draft had, what producers and then, by the end of the year, it producing I was like, okay we went and had a meeting with baby say the notes were really good conduit from flex. Yeah. But it's just sometimes I think that you have to people just have different ways of things. And I'm somebody that lock say when I moved from Kent to London, I was a bit scared. And I was bit nervous, and that fades into everything. And so I've been trying to. That's why I've been trying to end last year into this year, so far you'll make an career when will it come out? Women at store. I, I would love to shoot it next year next summer in. In the summer, he's in a being. Yes. Wow. I am planning to help you phoned, who's gonna start. No, we haven't yet we haven't found he's gonna direct. Would you start with a hot? There was a back and forth about this would Iraq tip, but it's, it's about my character. Does Benko fighting in it Jesus. And it's quite a lot as I've directed before. So again, in the summer, I was like I need to do it can do is gonna be mine, and now I'm not. No. I don't think so. Actually, I think I would need somebody to come in and collaborate with me and help me for it and help, Mike it. What needs to be? Mums cutting. So I've just bought blowtorch shutdown the simply. Plo job. You use one of these before. So I turned on just test tester right now get back on. Tommy. Okay. Oh my God. Get say oh my God. Does he region? Today. Cute. If I were looking to us. Hey, so big thinking. Nilly, health and safety issue, where I got the blow torch. And I will be sending it back tomorrow, because it just set my mom's and alike, basically our homes, Freddie, Krueger. And now we've put him in the girl. So who knows if the old it was not fun. Not blowtorch for awhile. Craxi. So hopefully, relate type she's to bliss gay. Oh, teaching we ski. Pit in person them. Yes. Love, sweet love. Love dessert. Love chocolate massive sweet tooth mashing melts your. What's your shock with Bob eater chocolate bar? It depends on the day. How many shock about you having a weight? Well, I mean, I have at least one chocolate bar day. Your jay. I do. Yeah. We're not least chocolate. We, it depends depends on CNN. I love SABA another galaxy say the only person eats Starbucks Starbucks. May way. Oh is got like new. And it's paying two cities, the serve. So, yes, so I'm a sweet tooth. I love sweet sweet tooth. Okay. So growing up your mom was. You know she was a school contain. Chef chris. So what were you eating at home? It was very much. I was the most nightmare child for my mom. When it comes to I wouldn't eat anything I wouldn't eat very, I wouldn't eat vege, wouldn't eat meat if it was concerned way, the only out of you tonight. Yeah, I only in funnily enough, Mark. But it was very much like she's a really good humour. We're cooks. She can come no Chicago, but it was never liked. We never had fancy food. It was never ever fancy food, because she was too busy doing stuff. But she's a really good cook. A my NAN was a really shipments to hear, but she's conquered anymore, but she was incredible. Cook like home, not fancy food, but just really well. Your remorse cooking. Yes. Some what was what was your favorite dish of? So probably are roasted was just the best thing in the world. Because I lived with my non and grandad my first two years of drama school, I lovely because aid she do lunch. She drive me there. Pick me up come back, and I'd have to ship on his nut well-known. Yes. She's an only gives you can come before. Yeah. You couldn't cushy wasn't low. Yes, she's, she's got very advanced mentio- and so sad. It's how old is she? She's eighteen one eight hundred eighteen she shown. Yeah. A ba-. She's, she's had it. I think it began when I was living with her, remember she came out Tesco. One day thune, you can remember where call was not what car, not wish she'd park tissue. Can't remember what call? She had. Yes, she's living with my mom 'cause my when wall, so's encounter, Tim roof, my Granddad pasta, and it was quite he'd been poorly. It was quite sudden. But she had dementia, but it was. So we could super and now, she, yes, she lives with my mom mom works takes care of another. She lists with your mom, new months boyfriend. Yeah. So it was your grandma's roast, and what she have in there that she'd have Mazen potatoes. She'd have Yorkshire's she'd done. Just just rose chicken. That was good gravy. That was really dis-. I only veg when I went to my Nance when I was young hall because veg didn't take anyone else who's veg. It was veg cooked just to the most perfect degree. But she grew up with. She had two older brothers two sisters, and then her youngest brother who was she was about fifteen when acheive alone. So she lived in a very big household, and she was basically the mom, she took care of the house. A my her mum was gypsy, stay had very specific ways of cooking and cleaning, and all of that, someone my Nunca cook, incredibly well among cook incredibly young. Gypsy, not my I don't know how her mom was what she marriage. So they Romo or Irish Romany. Yeah. But my Granddad migrant wasn't, but they known each other since they were about six years of Juneau anything more about how because you were saying that you'll grandma's mum had very particular ways. Yes. Yes. We'll with with kind with everything, really like just keep in house. Right. And making sure everything was proper and doing things. Like the way they would wash their net Sieving got. Okay. So, so you'll mum was a good cook. But you got any of it? I mean, would you eat cereal cereal? And I mean she could I mean, it wasn't even like she was cooking me fancy foods. I didn't understand the child just got. Well, I want Ariel at go through really funny phases stuff while you're just like Niger, leave just on that banana bread. Yeah. She was fussy Shays younger to say. No, you basically have probably could be will permits cool. Yeah. I probably am. I think. But they someone mama my Nana by free cooks. And I just never I never needed to, because I lived with my mom and shaded every half me, then leave remind NAN she did ofa may. And then when I moved in with my friends, and my third, you have drama school, my friend, robe did every week for me because I tried cook noodles and cried when they went wrong. So he would cook for me. The noodles. They went SOGA couldn't really disintegrated and Florida. I mean I was really bad. It was really, really bad. Terrible conquer couldn't cook. So what would you? Okay. I know the like you're starting baking, which I think is slightly mad. This is an amazing banana bread. But the thing with bacon is it doesn't matter if it goes wrong. I think it I call it do they just treat. Whereas if you're trying to cook somebody a mill or cook yourself a million it goes wrong. The first Lord. So what did you have breakfast today? Toasts. Yeah. With will pay not bottle. That's right. And melon, there's a bad. That's a good guy. What's about the? Serious sugary cereal. What's your serious? I mean, I'm not as bad on Tuesday used to be or what's your favorite cereal tonight? Cinnamon, those similar big cinnamon fan. You know, I like chocolate anything chocolate allied. Coca pop coke. I'd love. Co-ops anything highly situ you'll use trapped in their nineties. Yeah. Pallet over child. Yeah. Can't be up. Live here because you be loud. Cocoa pebbles they'd be having. We've drinking and let's, let's go to your loss, upper. Okay, what's it gonna be? It would probably bay nuns ends Rivest. All there is a pub in a village where I live the sun and they do the chicken Licken harm pie that they do that. Sounds today. Just extrordinary in this league Sosa comes with it that doesn't sound appetizing in Israel comes on the side of in the pie and then you into the pine leaks. Our pun intended. So even that other roasted or I think you can have. Bye bye bye. Starters, you just wouldn't even have started. I'd have like annoy soup for so my God. Thinker. Now, Dolly Olten has an issue of people that won't soup built attention. Why would you have one now I love to? But, you know, when you go are when I knew I'd gone to a really fancy place. It was when I was, I think it was then and, you know, when you go to invent, and they all come out once and serve you at once at this bowed in front of me. I think my mom was mobbing then we can have seen for all I came out, and I pulled it out of luck, but it was fucking cold. It's sup-. Why? Facture. So we have a wom- soup of some kind. Something really just average like Karen Korean tomato. Otemachi. I love you won't soup. Okay, fine. Fine. My is really the crusty. Bredow recross the bread. I love I love food a really really love food. I'm not sophisticated when it comes to stuff, some mountain, and then putting would bay Eva something chocolate, a chocolate lead to consider shoot it on chocolate, and even. Let me down set to do some you yourself. You them. Anyway, go trust. Friday. Chocolate. All I have to say, not Brian, my own trumpet, Myron apple crumble come. Why is it so good? What you do. His recipes that come from how I'm trying to think he's off of assault could bake bacon. Matt, or daily going deep in these, like, basically to push men that does the everyday edge country issue firmly him. It might be his. What does he put? This is his. Will I do with golden cost to sugar? I roll my apple sliced apples in our role, my apples in which I think is averaging today. I've never done that. Chagrin romance, and then I leave it when I do put in on even ever so slightly longer. So that does almost edging towards bird on the outside because really nice and then put to mirror sugar on the top of it performed in the oven as well. Which is probably just an average equa crumble. Book is still issue. I've stopped using baking pools and started using just ordinary apple. She is granny Smith of hunger, and cook with them because I'm late. But he used from list. But sometimes assoc short, you've got to put so much. I shop surf use granny Smith just slightly less show, but almost a similar texture turn, try granny Smith. Knicks just because we don't need to put quoits much sugar in up Elisha Graham. So, okay. So where's your favorite restaurants, and under or autumn that one John, the Sonning head spokesman? No, yes. Along say, Sota. I don't know. But it. Yeah, like, yeah, right by the Sea World. Yeah, I love everyone everyone London knows that. About favorite supposing London. I like I mean size over sophisticated for chicken. I like what's the place on next to Groucho? Keta Cortec carbon how you pronounce it. See AT. Why are a basic locker accent over? For chicken fire the do re with it as so as vista. There's a place opposite, the pinta theater. And I cannot remember the name the Pinto, bitter like nila to square. Talion con. They do the most amazing meatballs in the carbon energize ends kit. Chapter known opposite of pinta theater on Panton straight. I had heard of it. But some yeah, the pinton vein today to love just opposite. There's about three these Paul and it's amazing. Tire at the end or does he? Yeah. And it's. It's the talian opposite. They do ru good meatballs in and so's. I'm trying to think where else did you getting like meat balls before he began on stage you'd be having them after before? Oh, I mean, not too far before if I was on seven hundred about five o'clock. Do you have any like a regime? I guess it's different filling your. Later. I yeah. I mean, oversee a kind of onstage, I have to go on stage for a warm up before we do show just to have been in there. And of look is that where does a lot of people do it? You doing on your own no cost. We do as everyone do their own individual ones. Sometimes people didn't come some, some sometimes did. I always do that. When I do hitter. I never look at the I look at the T seats and just make sure that I can see where it begins and ends. Every job. I do I make playlist do. Yeah, yeah. Make this. So what was on the pinta playlist? The lover I see my bag on my fine. It started with sister sledge. Ooh. Oh, we are family. No. Great. Thank you view. There was a lot on their prints. There was some Eminem on there. But before every show, I listened to diamond by Rana such good song now. Lastly, do you think what could type amendments? Yes, although I ate very quickly and a Lord. Maybe even up either being great. What's your statement in somebody else? Janai will list. Oh, it's to do with things. Norman people people that eight really loudly. Okay. Not really loudly. I don't not that I don't like when you go to a restaurant, I get quite, I'm very aware of other people when I'm in a public space. So when I'm in a restaurant, and someone's talking really, really loud at the table next to me. I don't that. Mom's like does the thing where she talks loudly at them. And says they're so loud. I'm rude. That's what my does. Right. The other thing I can't stand moving anything. I'm talking about being in a restaurant is, when would say, please, and thank you to the people that are seven them if I'm having a conversation with somebody and someone comes and puts a plate down in front of him. I don't like it. When people will just carry on talking, they're not there. Noxious loud, thing is just let everything the whole. The whole. Henry. Yep. Hence what we finally have you in my house me to eating your banana bird, which was fucking great? She saved the days as the call for forget, you nearly set quite convert. I'll be telling us story a while. Thank you so much for conveying. I just love her. I love her. She is just a real gem. She is a gem little treasure banana bread was absent, you'll going delicious Haley, and if you didn't know who she was before, this course, which are pretty muted because she's fantastic. Please wherever you do. If you see her name in the West End go macho she is so in and whatever you do next, please, go much to either new Blake, but she's so proud of it. Yes, she certainly. She was amazing up shoes. Gooding collateral. She was great in classroom. But yes, thank you so much. Haley Squires for being on schlepping over here, tolerating one of our major disasters I cert- too. Darn it. The greatest show. See I always worried about his blow torches. And now a one I just didn't fit together. 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LIVE FROM TWIMLcon! Overcoming the Barriers to Deep Learning in Production with Andrew Ng - #304

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LIVE FROM TWIMLcon! Overcoming the Barriers to Deep Learning in Production with Andrew Ng - #304

"We're excited to kick off our coverage of Tuomo con. Ai Platforms with an interview recorded today on the twin mccown stage featuring none other than in Andrew ing founder of landing ai amongst so many other ventures before we get to the show though I'd like to acknowledge Tuomo con sponsors. We couldn't have done this without our founding sponsors who supported us in a big way as we pulled this event together a huge thanks to all of our friends at Sig League opt IBM and dot science. We're also grateful to Cloudera who joined us as a gold sponsor. Cloudera was our first ever sponsor for this podcast asked and we thank them for their continued support our silver sponsors include fiddler lads in Verte to innovators you'll undoubtedly be hearing more about in the near future and and last but not least we are overwhelmed by the outpouring of support by our community sponsors including Apple Oetzi figuring George and partners. I'm Merit Lincoln logical clocks neuro nation and why you future labs Valla high and weights and biases. Thanks so much to all of these great companies companies. Please be sure to check them out at TUOMO CON dot com slash sponsors and thank them for supporting us and now onto the show. My first guest really needs no introduction but I will try anyway through the podcast. I get to have a lot of conversations with a lot of incredible people and learn about how they got their start in machine learning and it it probably wouldn't surprise you that many of the folks that I talk to got their start with my first guests courses his his Stanford University Courses Core Sarah and more recently deep learning. Ai In fact I got my start in the space taking one of his courses verses and I can't think of an individual WHO's helped more people enter this space then our first guest Andrew Wing and great to see all of you. Here is great to have you here so my first question is i. I don't know if you saw it on the document that had your autograph but I lost four point eight five points on homework assignments in your course. What was that all about perfect. It must have been the Bogan office awesome awesome so you also also launched your most important learning machine Nova back in February House fatherhood treating you yes so novus now seven months but you know the the story about how we chose her name. we want to hurt to have the initials near. Netra sticking also want their initials B N so oh Nova but one deeper than that neuro thinking all right have new baby. I think every person on the planet as a unique person is unique human beings so people off aw you know one. That's a number so we gave her. The Middle Name Athena so full name is Nova. Does initials are any en that does it birthday Chevy carrier for Whole Life Nice Nice. You are prolific. You are up up to so many things. Can you give us an overview of what you're working on. Nowadays yeah the team's derisive. AIDS machine learning means a lot of pieces need it for it to reach US full potential potential so right now the team's swimming most time with them leading our than being a I which is helping companies jumps not a adoption deep lining da ah which is our educational arm produces content a lot of his uncle. Sarah also our weekly newsletter called the batch of vision subscribe to get weekly eighteen us about machine learning and also a funds which is a startup studio that bills. Ai powered startups from scratch the rise machine learning opportunities so building building these three teams which work together in ecosystem trying to build the pieces that allows fill the ipod future. Let's dig into landing. Ai Obit. I associate that with doing work in the manufacturing space. You've US an overview of the company and what is up to is that is that the case so I think I saw my own is how an injection objection at modern. Ai Can make a company much more effective and valuable. I think you're building Google brain leading at by. Do I saw what my own is. Couple Greek companies become modern. Ai Companies have become much more effective than valuable along the way but if you look at what we've done the machine or any world I think with transformed the software Internet sector so many of the companies represented your at this conference many companies in Silicon Valley in Beijing even outside the top small handful you kind of have given a lot of traction in the I I think the next step is to transform all of the other industries as well. I'll site software internet and so- landing works of many companies from manufacturing agriculture to healthcare to others and we can actors a partners outsource chief officer to help upon function team develop and all those we help harness. We woke up for you but also teach you how to cook so after a couple of years you can insourcing function and be enable business in your vertical which we think can help a lot of people in hell of companies become more effective and more valuable and frankly we go. There's more to life than your financials but right but I think our impact we hope as she has a material impact on the market cap of at least work with. Can you give us an example of some of the types of problems that you're we're helping customers solve the C. One of our engagements has been with a large agricultural machinery company and I think if you can help a company not you know reposition from traditional agriculture company to being a enable Agriculture Machinery Company then you can build smart machinery. We're GONNA have the same saint farmer same foam but with automation suggestions the how to control the machine better you get crop from the same pharmacy and farm so this direct impact on the farmer was not surprising on the company building these types of things I think I was just in a Latin America lost weaken Columbia visiting companies in different industries as well from the sticks to manufacturing and what I'm seeing. Is that there's very strong. CEO level interest to hope companies also have induced you sectors become enable and it's not that is not that if you are manufacturing company you want to become any companies. Let someone else do that but but I think in the future enable manufacturing company can be much more effective have been valuable than than one doesn't maybe one last disruptive technology was the rise of the Internet and we saw that if if you have a shopping mall plus website yes everyone has built a website but that doesn't turn you into Amazon or if your taxi company and you build a website the internet company instead Uber Live Grab. DD are true Internet companies. Arguably is is as disruptive as the Internet and so there will and the changes the core of how different companies would compete. What are the things that help you build the defense business one of the things they generate value whether you play within our play was the new strategy and I think companies able to figure that out won't become near. What will survive and thrive on? I'm one of the town Silicon Valley which is not true. Is that whenever this disruptive technology is always a solid set win. That's just not true with the Internet some software to do okay well include Google facebook and Amazon but some incumbents that it will include Microsoft and apple which were not Internet companies but became create Internet companies so so what the rise of modern machine learning and exciting where that many of you in this community doing to land these technologies up to bring them to fruition. I think this is is very racist again where degrade options of startups but incumbents also have a lot of advantages and if they played it 'cause right they can become come very valuable very effective enable businesses verticals so what's involved in Plano cartwright one of the hardest things the companies companies to embrace a it's a scope the right set of projects and so we spend a lot of time. I think we'll eventually become very good at work have companies at least figure out what you should and should not use machinery to. I'd think you know some pieces of is a good one to start small. Maybe actually historian when one of the biggest most glamorous project has probably number one is usually a mistake at Lisa failure that then causes you lose faith. He says the company back back because you need to regain the faith one story early days. Google brain people who were still certainly didn't know how deep there were you in skeptical about it so my first internal customer was speech. Team wasn't the most it's not web search advertising right speech recognitions. Nice the project is not web search advertising but by making Google speech more accurate other teams have been google gained faith in our ability to deliver results it. It also taught the company how to use deep learning. I remember when I first. GPO server service sitting under some guys deaths with wires but but that told us important lessons about how the train models GPU's after the first successes secondly turner customers Google maps where we use OCR photo ought to beat house numbers to more accurately place houses on Google maps improve quality map data zone after those two successes that ident- started it more serious composition with the advertising ising team so so one lesson from it is is I think small is more important than your first project something like speech recognition back today to help the company what it feels like to use that to build momentum and then I think is important to form cross functional teams with machine senior experts and business advocation expense to brainstorm projects together one tip. I offer please can approach hip often the number one project did see okay so excited about this actually not project. You should work on so recommended companies to brainstorm dominic these half a dozen projects as spent a few weeks deeply evaluating technically feasible is valuable and do that before investing several few months where for resources sources to do that and I think S- associate quick answer all several months ago published online and transformation playbook which talks about sequence ends of steps from scoping pilot projects that building the team to provident training to think through strategy to even a communications including some of the pre IPO countries you work with value Mitchell communicating their their their value thesis creation clearly to that type of air transmission playbook and final NITELVA company becoming one of the things that I find fascinating in speaking folks that are leading these efforts the challenge of managing the portfolio projects they need to start small and kind of pig off the easy wins but they also need to maintain that vision the overall promise of what it can lead to so that they can continue to drive enthusiasm. DC that is well. That's that's interesting. I think depend on the company is important is like go of a right to not be overly optimistic so hei is not around the corner that is unless Ilan Musk's lab somewhere aw but off which he may not be too pessimistic because there's a lot that can do if you under aimed and your competitors someone else Joe. You're missing out on opportunities so I think is important to not. Just engineers know how to do this but that company management and executives also learn how to do this. Actually we're running a an event in Columbia. We're run these events around the world called Pie elbows running invented Columbia the mets engineer who came up to me and she said he andrew I love your everyone course and those are very technical person. After everyone was SCO for a non technology lovey I of course not myself getting tons of non engineers and this is making them much easier for me to work with and I find that in a company if the mansion structure the problem managers executives even the C. Suite executives have a basic on the survey the I then the machine learning team the size team is actually much better for success when organizations do make that commitment and initial investment meant spin up teams. What how do you think enterprises are doing in getting value out of the other end of their investments. I think it's a really hard seeing the large companies. The Metro relatively sophisticated technology companies are getting pretty good at building deploy away machinery and systems but I think a couple couple challenges one I grew up in consumer Internet companies which just have to Meriva hundred million users or billion jeff later on in other industries. You often don't have that much later so if you're manufacturing plant doing visions correction using computer vision to tell if smartphone this strategy will not you don't have a million pictures of Strache smartphones because fortunately not not manufacturer millions stretch smart way so I think how do you get a machine learning at work with small days. Instead of big data is is important technical challenge and it turns out the processes. We use him big companies. I mean so when I was deploying actually actually so deploying awash speech recognition system right well what happens you deploy the mall door and the world gives you data. That's different than what you had in your test or the hottest. It is very so so again in the early days accommodations we go like this. The machinery is while though I do so well on the test set and then the business people will say no. The customers are doing these crazy things talking politics background noise. Your speech recognition engine doesn't work then the machinery. He says look look. I did so well on the test. Set what you talking about and I think I think you'll machine learning where I think now most more machine learning people realize job op is not to do well in the hottest job is to build a product ruth move the product the business forward but but but if you look at how we use the southeast province all those what we used to do was ship is speech system and for whatever reason to perform grades then we would monitor it allom it you know and then page at ut whatever and then and then someone like me would go. Hey you know you twenty. Engineers does a problem piece. Go and fix it now. The losch companies could do that every time there's a stickler stickler problem for major problem that we could find uniqueness to then go and pay people and fix it but for other applications where you just cannot afford to do that. We need better more systematic ways to monitor alarm mitigate so I think the whole machine there anywhere including many of you are coming up with better there. I guess in this committee obscene seems to be growing a figure the processes to manage that so many organizations including many of the folks here are in this transition point that I described earlier. They've launched successful proof of concepts they've generated rated excitement within their organizations and now they need to scale up so they can get more models out into production. What have you seen working in those organizations stations that are similarly situated that are scaling up their ability to drive real value out of these models. I think that I I know that this conference about platforms platforms are are are important but hopes of the technical aspects of scaling these up. I think what makes up heart is even more the the people business aspects of it although the teco aspects of every important to you're actually after Sam having a couple of days ago and after accommodations variously I went back and read disturb the euro paper by Fred broke titled. No silver bullet and it made the point that even as we improve programming languages basically software aging still hot right right now really glad that I could co python and not you know Fortran. Oh Assembly or something I didn't grow role happy about that. Even even though we now have titan and these fancy tools tens of low Pi toy software really hard and that's because the tools we have do not remove the essential complexity the suspect Brooklyn ceremony essential conflicts this offer injury which is a think through clearly what you want to do to write the specification to express express it and then to test it and Haapala sovereign injury is not you know do you do. Do you use a Goto statement or do you use your fancy while the whatever it is thinking through clearly what is the problem and whether the steps needed to solve it now one of the beautiful things about modern machine learning is that it removes essential confederacy from toss as in you know ten years ago. If you're building a computer vision system it was really complicated. You would download these now. Maybe the obsolete algorithms Syria I surf hall heavy speeches do something crazy about colonization region where you feed it through. Some software library opens find. It doesn't worthy wate image. What does this crazy complicated set of steps and you. Did it all an octave. You've actually open which was at the time I think but so but what deep learning allowed us to do is to say forget all these steps this auditor training your network on it and then and so the workflow changed dramatically whether rise deep learning which is why I winced more things now now I think just as I'm happy to use python instead of you know Fortran. We've been seeing a lot of improving open developer tools for building deploying machine learning some of this removes accidental complexity Frederick System and I think we we need more thoughts on how to improve the essential complexity at work. We still have which is an I love. My work is meeting company. Meeting with seals leaders is brainstorming what other things valuable to the business thinking about where do you get data and to the Dato how the organizer and those things are essential complexity. Things are still difficult to to relieve with today's tools which not to say two things don important pyden thin straight but but I think the heart of what makes the machine learning problem difficult is still thinking clearly whether it's probably gonNA solve and where to get the data even though I'm grateful for the much better ways we have today for expressing in your and that's protect you. WanNa trade talking about that. What you referred to as accidental complexity flexi versus kind of essential complexity of very similar theme is the core mission and motivation behind hi airbnb platform team they refer to it as as their mission is being eliminating the incidental complexity city of machine learning so that their engineers can focus on the unavoidable complexity that essential complexity that you referred to and that has power our their development of a whole set of platforms and tools to allow them to to move more quickly and we spoke about this Sir a couple of days ago. You made an interesting point about one of the success factors being an organization's ability interest rate quickly. Are there particular things that you've seen organizations do that. Allow them to interrupt very quickly and do more experiments understand what's working. What's not you know with a shorter shorter time like yeah so here's one example of US lady unusual processes some teams use brought us the agile two weeks prince some of my teams as us one day sprint so the workflows this we wake up in the morning and look at experiment results that we have run over nights and then we do error analysis gap analysis analysis houses to figure out whether the shortcomings of the room so we do that in the morning and then based on that we brainstorm what did you do you collect more data case architecture regularization Asian whatever breeze or myself and then different tasks different team members take on different tasks. I get data you try you try that data augmentation take whatever we write code in the afternoon or right cope the morning through afternoon evening and then be run the experiment next experiment overnight and then the next morning we wake up luckily experiments from last night and hit rate the next day or analysis plan. What is you run. Code overnight so this workflow isn't for everyone it tends to work best for when the machine learning job takes you know like four or five hours to train because that workflow fits in well with what does have a cadence code during the run expands overnight the foundation. If you could hijack development we were uses as idea. They should replan every the two weeks or whatever it is. You're sprint cycle but in machine learning it turns out loud workflow of building a machine learning system feels more like debugging development development does a key insight that so my teens and with that and so does daily sprint cycle were found to be good practice for quickly driving down areas of certain types of workloads. I think a lot of us are still making up denting processes. I think how long did take our community. We went through versions of version control right from from emailing each other code to to get ready to version right so I think we're still in the early phases of making up the processes data suitable for machinery workflows. Yeah I think the kind of contemporary version of emailing files version control is probably putting hyper limiters in foul names to track experiments permits and actually let me let me distract you another another strange process that we use switches on television controls. We're pretty good tools for editing and version in code. I think we're still again some companies piece of working on this but I think still nascent tools for editing and version data and you know and this is one thing I I think there's a gap between what is done in academia versus what we need to do to build production machinery and systems or here's one example say we have a test said MM training system it does poorly on the test set what you do while sometimes we go in and edit the test set right because we now you can't do that. Russia has not legit to the design low. I enter the test guide great results or you don't want to publish that paper but from a from a from a business production point of view yeah. Sometimes you realize it tests said labels are wrong. They don't they're not lying. You're bizzare active and so you to the test it and I think that needs to become part of our set up though and we need better tools in so doing the editing envisioning and having multiple people collaborate on editing dater. I think these are things that I think you know some of my teams than the ID. I Ah Find Mickey about all processes but hopefully as we as communities are Michelle are much better ways to do this one. The challenges I see is that academia has a much easier time working on certain problems where progresses you know measurable and repeatable and if every team at is their test set and change the labels at different way is much harder to benchmark right who's better editing labels on so so there there are certain problems that I think are difficult to study is systematically and so for good or bad reason to get this attention in academia. Maybe one of these apple as I see him out national consciousness machine learning there was a lot of discussion on robustness that maybe what happens is vol times's. Let's say let's Trinity Blowing System Casinos or mixed race we train on High Quality Higher Essex Images Taken Office Stanford University x-ray machine poster paper say this really well but if your ship your model to the hospital down the street with extreme machine whether radiologists has different protocol for how the Orient a patient it doesn't generalize where it doesn't generalize well so I think we know that robustness or generalization problem. It is a problem but how'd did you system athletes study. How how well you're learning room. Can do on a brand new distribution of theater. You know that the album's never seen so that that's in a relatively more difficult problem to study systematically so even though there's a problem that we seem production all the time and we have practical solutions to solving. I think the amount of attention in academia DIS- problem is underway to and there are some academic papers but but it tends to be framed Jin domain adaptation famous certain ways that makes it easier to study systematically whereas sometimes the world shows you some random data and so it's been what difficult to formulate bench monster dry for systematic study of some of these issues along the lines of robustness us when we were chatting a couple of days ago you mentioned some interesting things that were happening at landing around managing the risk of machine learning in deployments once they get into production. Can you elaborate on that for US yeah so we've been doing. We feel that my teams do a lot of change things. One of the processes of us before is Fm Year analysis actually it is a set of processing group in the the hardware world where billion airplane one to Michaud the airplanes saving doing analysis on the risks of what could go wrong and typically you categorize on don't was it. What's the chance of this thing going wrong. What's the chance of you know. Does this airline not moving or something was the severity. How bad is it. It just happens and how detectable it right so those are the three things you try to categorize issues. So once we've been doing is when we look through our machine or any projects jets when you think about how to deploy these projects in a factory or elsewhere might teams tend to rely very vigorous exercise where you know pre mortem all through all the risks and have a team discussing to be but each of the things we could go wrong. What the probability was a severity. It wasn't detectability so that we could do a better job seeing around corners and plan for things rather than to be surprised by them later. I think we're seeing a lot of startups along a lot of them. There are a lot of machine only projects and up at proof of concept stage but unable to go beyond. I think you know landing. Hey I on putting a lot of thought into how the sea around wholeness so you can take all these things all the way to deployment and production action pretty that due to processes ladies are there specific examples of issues that this the failure mode and effects analysis process process has allowed you to avoid. I was hit the number one. Most common buckets is planning for the ways that in the real world tests sets may be different than the tests storm on your hard disk and what are the consequences mitigation escalation process and was the response time so can give reasonable sa as for what happens sugar. She says the world doesn't mean crazy. How broadly applicable do you think this this this way of thinking about deploying a models and products is do you think it's something that everybody should be pulling up the wikipedia page and figuring out how to do or is it very specific to the kinds of scenarios. You're looking at it. Landing Analysis yes and the conduct pedia is relatively heavyweight process but maybe for most of my life most of that work on. I feel a as a for profit work on. I tend to lie to identify the risks Upfront. You know actually when when those ads Sarah One of my direct reports gave me you gave me direct feedback and she said Andrew I find my one on ones. We've you very depressing. All the things that could go wrong said look right why you always feel so depressing actually told her yes. I understand vision for the bright future but I tend to spend most of my time planning for the scenario could go wrong so that we don't hit those and then she was okay. I gave that context but most of my project planning you know is the discipline of having a vision for a bright future but then also being very explicit in this thing out all the things that could go wrong so so hopefully we're not as surprises something so void tells outcomes having just Planning Event Act indefinitely relate to try to anticipate all all the things that could possibly go wrong and just say I think this community. I find that work being done in disconnects. You really exciting. I think over the past few years machinery research has really raised ahead ability the bill machine learning models has really raised ahead but if a set of things if as most of the things needed to do good machine journey model to sell the software needs to write shipper product is so so much bigger than than the worker building the machines Ernie mobile so defense's and our ability to build high accuracy machine learning models rates ahead and CORTEC improvement as driving lava value but they're also a lot of other things that I think the whole community is still figuring out and I think the ability of organizations like that you guys to all of us in this community sharing learn of each other. I think we have important work to do to move forward and I think this is especially important. If you wanted machine learning to impact outside software internet industry I feel like you're the rise of open source tools things it tends to Philip High Torch many others the rise of archive papers very knowledgeable download for free. That's done a lot hope hope machine learning brick outside the software internet industry which I was going to be a big part of the knicks waiver where machinery needs to go well Andrew. Thank thank you so much for joining us and helping me kick off our very first. Tuomo con at platforms thank you it's all right everyone that's our show for today for more information about this and every show visit. AARP DOT com thanks again to all the great sponsors of Tuomo Con. Ai Platforms head over over to CON DOT COM slash sponsors to learn more about each and every one of them while you're there be sure to click on over to the TUOMO CON news paid aged follow along with all of the updates coming out of Tomo Kahn. 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Manchester City still two points clear. Both city and Liverpool. Still unbeaten Spurs third on thirty points that for their free one victory over Chelsea Huaren fourth in arsenal just eight point out of the top or spots there in fifth place. So the big result. I think clearly Chelsea and Spurs three one final Craig was Chelsea exposed in this match or disperse confirm. What maybe they could be at their best. I think we know supposedly good site. I think the general opinion deepen off and good enough to go all the way with the month. Seti particularly mindset, but I think Chelsea did get exposed the extent Murata's toils continued the Medfield overrun on the line. That was always going to be a bit creaky particularly done the middle of the defense was exposed with a real holding midfielder and their goal. Conti? Now talk judge in your last week. How could a football? He has with the ball on. Fortunately, we plan against the sides. You got to do the other side of the game as well enough. He exposed particularly for the go who who was excellent, by the way. So I gave spores. Yeah. I think it was a reality. Check for the blues. I'm not crazy to suggest this could have been four five six, right? Yeah. Chelsea were never in this game. And the disappointing part from their perspective is that here's a team that early on in the season. They have been complimented on the idea that because of this passing game that they have that they control the pace of the game. And Georgina is that guy that is just going to keep the ball taking and keep the ball moving and people go crazy for that. And all the oldest status Titians being tell us how many passes being completed. Well, all those things are all for nod when Spurs they decided to pressure high. They decided they they were not gonna Lau that possession and tell C hat. No other way of break ins, I down to the point to where you're trying to lean on and goal content to be the guy that is you're well, that's not what he does business know what makes him. I good player. It's not what separates them from other players and Spurs play the game at the pays. They wanted to Chelsea. Had no part of this match. You know, there's a moment about a quarter hour into the match when Eden hazard gets tripped up by one fourth and Peter Walton will come to you on this one simply put where Chelsea kept away from the penalty spot here unjustly. Well, I think it was unjustly. But there's two points this particular apply. The first point that was all it was the guy she watching it. And the first instance didn't think it was apparent to cake full another pa- body foul. Was there a portion enough there to might go over? However, when you look at it again from a from behind the golden angle, you can clearly say that goes into the back off. How's it brings him down should have been given us a penalty cake, not not concern like me, many others, which probably looking for an upper body foul rather than that level body against the foul. Chelsea. Excuse for. Defoe study. Whatever. When you've been around as long as for every reason more you don't give things can clearly understand. Why didn't give it because I do think that he was looking wrong area. It was a foe. But as a play on the voice on the completely in the wrong, shade shouldn't be throwing a leg into make a gentleman. He's not even throw in the league. He's going right through the bottom. So just clumsy stupid attempt to win the bowl when you completely in the wrong, say the attack. I need clarification of this. How is that? You go about looking at a play from the waist up and not the whole picture if you're a referee. I don't understand how that happens if you're a referee that you're looking for upper body contact and you don't see the whole picture of the whole body. You're looking at me, but you're gonna Pete or Peter. What do you say sometimes happens some some? Some some focus on not possible. Potential foul from the portion and clearly it goes very clumsy Steve said, and he's a clumsy challenge. Anyway on all seconds. He hasn't seen the left nego into the back of house. It very difficult to save from a referee and perspective. But hey, it's a foul issue begin to pound did walk. Right. So you roll all the officials are all might full official two lanes when a referee show so full of them pretty much watching this. So if one of the referee doesn't see what HAMAs with the other three with the other three go. Hey, by the way, he's just call them in the bucket the leg. Do these in save? If I say, clearly, and I know thanks hasn't said that off some information from where it was no official could say the full officials miles why Sony wouldn't assistant and it's the wrong. So if as well sure if they're going to give consum- that's all information. If we have they are that's the different fish ready because you can see the I would give the angle that we can say whereas clear foul, and that's one of the embarrassment things about. There's no VR because it's been a multitude of decisions and English primarily up in Rome. And whether you think is based on the wall of the most average league, it's the league with the most money Fulton about steak and to not have as crazy crazy. What would say I don't think that would have made a difference in the game. Really even at one one. No tell you why. Because taught them was so dominant. Dominant over Chelsea said could have been sitting here. Talking about five now at Wembley. I've been talking about an injustice. That's how good the credit Portugal. Put a diamond in Medfield daily alley on genius. And then when they want from the pressure this split on the created angles. They had son running off higher. Cain Phil box that great job it just completely dominant of this Chelsea team. Some teams you team doesn't tell. No. And regardless of a penalty decision. I don't eat. What made any different really, think illness? The thing we have to think about and Luca Shari Chena Egypt went along from the false minute to the last hoping that the way they play sheltered cell phone. You can't do Conti signed a new long term contract as what? I mean, look it's weed. Unnatural in a more forward possession. You run the new job on you. Try. What is he saying the contractors because clearly sorry wants to play Joe genuineness possession. You may have to about it by the decision was on the plane Becca games how he's going to do. But the hail you're going to tell them a guy who's a natural tote level holding Medfield destroy rid of the game. But not the is passer and settling a natural goalscorer. How are you going to tell him into the front lump out of Chelsea when you've got left his cheek on the bench when you Rosbach left his cheek available, and you get Ross Barkley available when you play a notch Medfield can go forward and support the front ho does that make sense to have possession on judge in not possession jokes say rebel great in the league? While you have there was a cease to your. To your point. There was the sequence in the second half. Where rose Barclay is hitting driven ball into eighteen yard box. And the guy appearing penalty spot is in goal to try to head. The that is that doesn't make any sort of sense. And it doesn't really paint a picture us to wedding goal. Does as a player you job as coaches to get the very best of your players? You have an angle the best defensive midfielder in the world. And you have him playing out of position. That is an interesting thing in the Coleman trade in the game. It's not so much knowing but the two months I've never wanted trophy as monitors. And who I was Tino. We'll begins lock limited is some. No sorry. It was taught level not play played some great stuff. One often. Do you think Roman Abramovich after two is going to go? Well, you know, we got into four and with every. When he needs one in trophies Leone in life is to you'll you'll lend moved from a defeat, and I think what would lend from salary as he stumbled at Napoli. Because you played the same theft teen. She's and they run a state never changed the stubble. It goes into this game getting the Neilly getting run through the Schick and bashed all day long. It's not working. And what does he do? Enough. Let's move on to another match with some controversial decisions. Liverpool and water now live roles three nothing the final score, but at zero zero Stevie there's an incident that could be considered a penalty want to get your thoughts. Here Andrew Robertson. Commits the foul on what will Hughes. Penalty of see she's apparently saw a photo was apparently I mean these late because she's a Donut Donut of stone the front of his need into shin as a penalty cake, Peter you agree. No, don't agree. Think that? Sopping there is Robinson's hung. He's like that Hughes seen it gone over on Susa content. Many many times. We'll tell you don't me. I'll tell you one hundred percent. There is one thing. The you told by your coach or any any defendant. You'd don't hang your leg in. That's the number one. Don't hang your leg in either gonna win the ball you keep the road doing high your leg and just because if you do penalty, well, well number one if you do you put yourself in the position where the referee can give a penalty. Yeah. And if you actually make contact with the guys need Doni shin. I'm I don't understand how you don't get ROY. Stay relevant since put himself at race Sav, John NAS award and apparently Kate ball putting these leg the why did as a contact there? And if the Reese contact Don is sufficient to tight Hughes down does he was a foul. I think John Masa hasn't been bored by huge theatrics in going down. The why he did. This contest that. So you're saying that Hughes over sells it Peter. And you're saying that because the over cells then it's not a penalty. If I suggest these. He's been very theatrical in his in the why these gone down not my influence what John mosses saying or not saying. And again, if I'll about today, I would not have interfered on that particular Winston says it's not fair enough. Yes, we're talking here about theatrics Nells but nobody's talking about. Did. He actually it's open. The knee started off a call them in the need donation. And he doesn't talk to the bowl. I mean, it was gonna be other than the penalty. You guys still free for this somewhere? Who will talk about everything that robot Shen does he kinda Mahoney design? Absolutely. I think you only only read glossies. Peter one more decision. I would love to get your perspective on for Manchester. United's wonderful not draw with Crystal Palace Marin aleni here should this. About sixty minutes about twenty minutes to go into game. He goes in. Red. I almost saw this went out. And if you go out says something happened there. Well for line. He's Tony Moi opinion. He's ruined the ball what he's going to get it back. He's actually might serve a pass in movement and gone over the top of the ball and court living energy striked in the shin. Familly it serious foul. Play it endangers the scf plot. Those solve the attack. She sustained injury on the kaput the Playa del for long time from a referendum point of view. We don't nine the game. Greg bread. Yeah. And this is a guy gets away with all the time. Away with elbows on tacos lightness on quite frankly, he knew he was doing the on it could easily be broken leg. I think it's a disgrace for one hundred percent right car. Not in close for you. Come on. All right. It's unanimous. It is from the contracts and the robots. Okay. Let me look if you ever miss any the yelling, just go to the website ESPN NFC dot com over tunes as well. Download our podcast daily. One more decision from the weekend to get your thoughts on let it go Madrid Barcelona Diego cost that we've seen it before the elbow against Jordi Alba. Should he have been sent off? Yeah. I've say he should've gone volun- conduct. But only cost what intentions was there, but you can see Clea clench age of the cheek of these opponents that it's fallen conduct. The ball is nowhere to be seen. He's not Mike apply on the bullets sold fights. I think we saw a very similar incident with with ram off the Real Madrid captured only a few weeks ago that we discuss on this show and the Spanish authorities need to get a grip of hard to ignore players reputation in this with the eggo cost that reputation is pretty heavy. Yeah. But I mean, this is what annoys me with countries have our because there's is an official or officials sitting somewhere could help that referee out, and he could come to decision in ten seconds. You're talking about. What we know about Costa. The reason why you would go and look at it again. Anyway, if you'd be. The reputation you'll this guy is in the to begin. And sure situation arises we should be street owner in Luke enough at full speed. I'm say, I didn't think much of it. I just thought okay fifty fifty challenge. But this low motion is pretty damning, and and given that you have the system in place and our major frustration. I think with with VR is when it's not even utilized with is not implemented correctly. And the fact that you have the system and take advantage of it. Then you go and punish Barcelona because it significance of it is that he stayed on the feeling of course, east core. Hey, Peter, real quick should reputation matter. No, you shouldn't go into a guy fully armed what's happening there. But you only act on what's happening there. There are some shrink involved. It's out who can put some hefty challenges science him. So really you do on value not the Playa let's wrap it up with a look at the top half of Lita semi ah in the top spot. Just one point clear Barcelona then Athletico Madrid and valid Madrid all the way down in six place. It. Oh, those blink motion activated security cameras you hoped would go on sale. Just did is the blink black Friday cyber Monday sale with huge savings now through Monday. Blink cameras are motion activated when they detect someone snooping around you get an alert on your smartphone with an HD clip and blinks live feed option, let you monitor your home pets and package deliveries. Visit blinkprotect dot com slash radio. That's blinkprotect dot com slash radio or hit Amazon and Serge. Blink camera. Plenty of massive games this weekend. But the biggest story match that wasn't played in Argentina's supposed to be the second leg of the final between Boca Juniors River Plate. Here's the bulk of us trying to arrive at moment. And there you see the damage tear-gas dispersed rocks through the windows, the captain of volka pretty seriously injured at one point had a GAAS over there. You see it some players can breathe I believe also had some injuries to his arm. The match originally suspended pushed back a day now suspended for good for now. For more context, we bring in regards one of our many experts in the building on Argentine football simply put what should they do? Go on with the second leg. I great to be with you guys again. It's always on. There's some serious. Has to happen, which it happens all the time. I should be invited. More often. This is a very delegate situation. My first reaction was. I'm surprised that they're surprise that this happened. Let's go back. They don't let visitors were posing fans. Go to the stadiums. The president of Argentina Makati who used to be president of book. Union says let's let them go this time. And everybody says you nuts. Can you imagine? If they would've let twenty five thousand twenty to twenty five thousand Boca junior fans and the stadium with ended up being seventy thousand fans replay what should happen. I don't know because it happens all the time to three years before this. This problems would gas happen in the tunnel against replay players. They. Book was out of the tournament semifinals, and they couldn't play Copa Libertadores two years. Now, you go the other way this happens outside, but it's just a few blocks from the stadium which replayed is still in charge of everything that's rounds the stadium and they wanna play the game. Again, they could never go back into that stadium in play. Not even the next day. You magic book wins this game with everything that happened with the replayed fans. It would have been it would have been brutal. It was like a war. There's so many videos that people are not seeing or can't see the things that happen after the game. For me. They should give book as news the title and get replayed out of Copa Libertadores for a few years and give him a big fine. That's the only way they're going to learn. And I think it's the I think that would be Justice to this a lot of people say play again an empty stadiums. That is going to be even worse. You got to return seventy thousand tickets, which most of them were not most. But a lot of them were stolen in at all happened. They found three hundred tickets on the number one hula gun for replayed in an apartment, plus one hundred and eighty thousand dollars. How did he get it? You can only get it through the club. And why wasn't book as bus had better custody? To a block away from the stadium. It's unheard of. So now, they're talking about a given armored buses to the teams, it's crazy. But they're going to have to do something like that. It's just it's so bad. No matter how you look. What consequences forget club for the time being consequences for those funds launching? Will the belonging the boss? Clearly on camera. They're on camera. They were the day after and they were released a few hours within that. And that's what happened love to know who paid their bail. That's that's that's what everybody's asking. And and it's very common in Argentina for criminals to go in just for a couple of hours and leave for things that are lot worse than throwing rocks at a at a bus on one hundred. Do you see that as Justice to hand this title to Boca without a second leg being played just for you? I come into this weekend. This was supposed to be showcase event for Argentina football. It was supposed to be party atmosphere for Argentina football that this to historic rivals. We're gonna be in this historic stadium for a championship that matters, Copa Libertadores. And this of that for for both clubs for both sets of players for the history of Argentina and soccer. And yet the story line became what Argentina is right now as a country and the struggles of Argentina as a country never mind fans does the day behavior of people and how this behavior of reflects poorly on everybody involved so for me and dollars and River Plate and Boca Juniors. And the federation they have to make a decision that is not based on dollars and cents. And that will be the biggest challenge because there are too many people in powerful positions that. Have an interest in this game going on? And so to that end. How do you go about finding Justice? It's difficult to find Justice in an environment in which Justice is very relevant. Punish the play administration? Don't punish the players. You're saying how do you do this question? Punish employers be punished for this? I don't I don't know. But how do you separate it? I mean, you could punish punish. Final two a or wherever they take. So then the winner just stays for the club World Cup. You would punish river by taking away the second leg of a final. But you then wouldn't punish the player. They're fun. They're fine. They talked about Miami. And then Genoa from Italy. Offered their stadium were genuine someday play because from that city is where river in Boca originated. Okay. That that was the beginning Italian immigrants from that city went towards Tina created a club. They got into a fight it became in Boca one. Famous women that came out out of all this said Argentineans had the opportunity to show the world what we were about. And we did it, you know, which is sad and funny at the same time. So much money involved. Now, you have to give the money back to seventy thousand people replay doesn't want to give up the opportunity to to win Boca Juniors wants to win. It no matter what their one title away of tiny, depending for the most corporate would seven. It's just unbelievable that everything that happens. Seattle was in the locker room against Grammy. One insurance have been there. There were two players with doping that that got away with it. Now, they have this that game against the there were two clear penalties. They never called this allow goal that should have been allowed. And they still made it to the finals like they're pushing the way or they pushed away for these two. These two teams to make it in. This is the final product a sad day for sure for Argentine soccer a happy day for us. You're on ESPN at see these. Thank you so much for joining us. Happy time on ESPN SE when we get two extra time your chance to get your questions into the show. Always find it over other. Website. Yes. PFC dot com. Champions League back in action on Tuesdays. We check in on group G around Madrid and Roma tied atop the group. They will play in Rome for the top spot in group G on Tuesday. Of course, Madrid coming off a three nothing fem ping at the hands of bar how concerned around Madrid be about this matchup against Roma. Concern. Yes. But I do think that this will be a different set of that what you had against anyone. I don't think Real Madrid really respect the coming into this match. And they thought that they were just going to show up, and that would be okay, and that would be enough and certainly not compete. I think this will get attention of Real Madrid players. I expect a very good performance out of a team that is quite talented and under night can be as good as anybody else in the world. I expect actually to go into Rome and win this game. You think Real Madrid? We'll turn the corner here know why there's no reason why this been three or four games into the season. Then I would agree to Honda percent way. Only. I don't. This is something new them getting flashed AIBA they've been terrible. Oh season the defendants atrocious, and they don't like Zoete school to go. Save the life. So nam spanking and billion played Celta Vigo, Victoria plays in. Team. Tim from the law divergence in Spain and beat via delete at home, but unconvincing and could easily lost. When we're going through. But it's whether it's first and second I wouldn't be surprised if ROY Moore to when this game not the way Ramadan defending Santus Laureus first official game as the head, man. A honeymoon is. Yeah, here's a look at Tuesday's fixtures in the Champions League, see Roma and Madrid. Geico presents eyewitness interviews with inanimate objects. This is Belinda Collins live on the scene of a recent lightning storm here to describe the event a TV tray. I was watching football and holding a plate of Meatloaf win Cup. Bam a bolt of lightning slams into the apartment blowing out the TV and surround sound anything. You could have done to help. I'm foldable table. Not an electrician TV. Trae can't help you in a lightning storm. But the guy co insurance agency can help you get covered for personal property damage. Go to Geico dot com to see how a Ford -able renter's insurance can be. A quick look at the bottom half of the Premier League table Newcastle into thirteenth after their two one BIC -tory over Burnley on Monday Uniprix from bummbly last season seems a long way away at the moment. It does big win for Newcastle. Yeah. Bomb live -solutely saying. The next time. Extra time in a moment. But I made to measure suits fit better compared to generic off the rack, suits. And now there's no longer any excuse for wearing an ill fitting suit, especially when they're available at such. I don't know why when you say that. I wasn't necessarily Indochino is North America's leading made to measure menswear company. They make suits and shirts to your exact measurement for an unparalleled fit and comfort. All you need to do is choose your fabric any other design customisations and submit your measurements. 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Would you like to sit in the studio with some boring individual? No, just go from point. Now, this is by far the best show running all go. Let's get to you. That's a good thing. There's no prep for this show because whatever prep who knows. Okay. We've seen with a computer town. Larry's, ladies and gentlemen, we'll go to him. And then we'll go into the Anka, then we'll go to him. And then we'll go theology. Like herding cats, sometimes nano, I enjoy this quite a bit question comes in from odd. I'm sure well concerned over that. Yeah. You do it trips up to Connecticut do much Connecticut. Jake. Well, when you forget your wallet. Well, sorry for your wallet. Your cell phone die and one Craig. Weeks ago? It was quite prepared for the meal. When Sunday the Sunday before. A couple of beers Sunday off the show. I was quite prepared after taking you back to my negative words and getting an Uber. Our our neck of the well diverts. Okay. Thank you mentioned the child want an MBA. Don't want don't to the restaurant stroke, Bah, that salted, you know. Do you know well through the meal in from Israel quite repetitive? Pay for the male not the last straw, though. Well. The last straw was when he told him to me and said my cell died, which no man, I was going to have to pay for these bar home as well. See that's just put on my out. I look I acted for Craig Burley to ask me to go to dinner with him. So I figured I had to get everything out of it. Then I I had to take advantage of the moment come up today. With a token gesture when you had arrived it was up day over. For sixty twenty bucks, even sixty bucks figure forty for the meal and twenty for the Uber wrong in both countries. In both gone straight by phone. I'm not to any money him because I'm gonna I'm gonna die in this. Oh now. That never live in this down when jump Donaldson. I've jumped everybody in the chiefs game ranking when you got this invite from Craig Burley, what was your reaction, you got a little unsettled. Maybe that's what happened. Well, I had to scramble to pick my teeth up off the floor jaw hit it so hard. I was excited. You know? I'm a socialite. Yeah. And and honestly a social fly. All right. I mean, you might keep putting into drink and stakes quite obvious. Yeah. That you go get loud to load. Load. You start loving get load. Well, you've never been with me Stevie. So maybe you'll invite me ain't gonna pay. That'll be a died in. We'll we'll both at the same time. Hey, I forgot. Don't try. Cheapskate? Break unacceptable behavior by. Yeah. Yeah. I knew you wouldn't take the money 'cause you'd just rather. Or this over me it really was dead. That was true. It wasn't so much the drive home they ever to the restaurant the meal, and then the. Yeah. And the beers that they thought you were twenty one at this place. Sitting. They didn't ask me. No, no, no. I think they had my wall my credit card. Oh. You wanna come for drinking? Critic. Also, look, oh, you're on her. I would just like if we're gonna let let me get the full story. So a couple of weeks ago. I've just given you. Hear some questions. We don't care about these questions Stevie amount. We want. Okay. Look we went out the night before with Dan and hurt and somehow my credit card. Okay. Okay. Go ahead. I want to win. Two. Connecticut free. The more we in the ongoing. Anyone Bristol Connecticut? The lease anybody got left. Oscar question is Morada bigger flop than Fernando Torres west for Chelsea. No yet. Getting. But not yes. Leaps and bounds. These getting. Sorry in Steven wants, no pet mentioned how he would like to end his career with a national team. Could you take a country like Scotland or Venezuela to the World Cup quarter or even semi finals start with you since you're Venezuelan? Okay. I I will take bent. Yes. To be our national team coach. However, my expectation would be to make it to the quarter or semi final for the World Cup just making it would be wonderful Stevie. For Scotland thing. No one thing. I would like them to Asia is how the Nuff. We're looking mill. Yeah. You wouldn't want to be Scotland? The she got goods because don't very good. This isn't going to stop plan the ball forward deadly. And then backing things up and keeping it tight and make sure you fighting an all not lovely good stuff. So who is your ideal that lament? I don't know about ideal. But there's no way takes anywhere from the bike. And by the way, the bones in about again after five minutes, I'll take a more positive. Yeah. Cortec wants no buyer need to sack Niko Kovac or gets to various names. We mentioned. They need you. Money might be close. Well, older in Cairo Hines OB. Who is doing? The deadly Joe. Hello. Has a question for. Venga gets job. If he does get one of more of a journalist come, and it was said, no way. No, no. I don't remember. I'll have to forget. His credit cards. Wrap. I'm being told in my ear Hans. We talked about the dark arts earlier here in studio who do you think is the best diver in the game right now. Weird that they just at you in this. All right. I'm okay. I'm okay with it. Breaks ball. I would say that in terms of just Dr Carson general Greece wide vehicles. There are the very and I love the way they play the game. I was like Louis waters. Said hey ram assume there. No not. Doc. I mean, eat obviously, L payable in the Moshe, but he gets away with it. I'm being people. The mushroom mouth. Yes. Thank you. A dog in the out. Oh, I did. A rod. That's the raise lurk dick with the dogs. TV really, let's wrap this before anybody gets in any more trouble trouble. We're not. Bringing wallet. All right. Well, that's not in trouble. We'll be back tomorrow. Makes it or not. Plenty of Champions League to discuss. And I gotta go find my credit card. Dutch. 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