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5-28-21 The Mike Gallagher Show Hour 2
"Is podcast is a production of the salem podcast network for more podcast like this. From courageous of conservative reason visit salem podcast network dot com. This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it. All this is the mike gallagher show in the history of liberal stupid ideas. I believe me. There are a lot of defunding. The police is the single dumbest idea liberals have ever produced. This has become the security blanket of many left wingers. They need to have the mask on because it gives them an identity. It is a security blanket for their life. And it's absolutely ridiculous and absurd from the relieffactor dot com studio years. Mike gallagher brace yourself. I'm in such a good mood. It ought to be against the law. The news just keeps getting better and better here. At team gallagher. We're headed into memorial day weekend. I hope you're ready to go. It's friday and i am so grateful to this audience. You're doing it again. In fact today. I had a big argument with my operations manager. Eric hansen who thinks we can get to six hundred sponsored children for our pre are angel orange tree campaign. I don't think there's any way already. You're starting to prove me wrong. That's incredible a lot of americans. More and more americans expected to travel this weekend. As case rates kovin continues to decline recede. We're getting out of this nightmare. The upcoming memorial day weekend is going to be a big difference from last memorial day. I'm going to catch up with two of my sons tonight over dinner celebrating their birthday having seen my family over a year and a half and we spend the weekend on a lake in south carolina was from dear friends of mine. Haven't seen them in forever. More than half of american adults are fully vaccinated against covid nineteen but people are also fed up just fed up. I don't think rochelle will keys Lesson or message to the american public is being very well received here. I stopped my job to make you mad. But this will probably make you mad. And i can't. I don't want to make you mad. Because i'm in such a great. I got some great news before the show today on a lot of things. Lot of things. My condo board where i live in florida has voted unanimously. Well i don't know doesn't say not unanimous formerly so i don't know if it was unanimous or not. I don't know my board. I mean it's a live in a big building a lot of nice people. I'm so grateful. I have a home in florida after what the country has been put through by democrat leaders. Rhonda santa's has been extraordinary. The governor of florida ought to get a medal for the way. Florida has responded. That mask mandate gone early on university of louisville. Study says masks didn't even help may. Wow wouldn't that throw everything upside down. And i don't know i mean if a shed early on if it's droplets that you're supposedly able to get covid from i guess putting something over your mouth and your nose works. How do i know. I'm a big mouth on the radio. I'm not a medical expert. But i got this note the I honest to goodness it is. It should be criminal. How happy i am today. And how optimistic i am. Listen to this email. I got deer resident during last night's board meeting the board formerly voted to remove all covid restrictions in place. No more masks in the lobby. No more masks in the elevator. No more social distancing. I guess i don't know. And there's joe biden unveiling his six trillion dollar spending plan. And he's going to hold it a vet with governor black face now two years ago joe biden. This is who got in the white house two years ago. Joe biden said that the virginia governor ralph northam who was discovered posed for racist pictures in his yearbook. Black face ku klux klan robes. I don't think it was ever determined if he was the one wearing black face or if he was one of the one wearing the white sheets. I don't think they could figure it was. He was one of the other right. Now that's a republican governor. The republican governor is gone that day. When you're a democrat beat a democrat. Say your sorry asked andrew cuomo. You don't go anywhere doesn't matter how many sexual complaints your lives against you. You don't budge. It doesn't matter how many klan robes you pose in or how much how many layers of black face you put on your face. You don't go anywhere you stay put and now. The president of the united states is going to participate in an event alongside. Ralph northam today. That's how consistent. Joe biden is biden and northern will both speak in alexandria to mark the state's progress in recovering from the covid. Nineteen pandemic no word yet on whether governor north and will bring his robes along with him. Not sure if he's going to bring the white sheets or leave those at home. Wow that's who joe biden. Two years ago biden shed northam should resign immediately. He said he lost all moral authority. Maybe he's just forgotten. Because i'm not sure he remembered what he had for breakfast this morning. Then again neither do i. But that's all right. Welcome in it is friday. We're headed into memorial day. We may we must never forget those who made the ultimate sacrifice. My mom and dad were both in the military. My dad was in the navy. My mom was one of those waves. My mom and dad both have military headstones in the cemetery. I'm going to do something today for memorial day that i hope. Maybe you'll follow my lead here. Let me just give you the quick argument with eric. And we're gonna get down to visit a lot to do today. And i'm so thrilled to start to live life normally again. God is good. God has got this and we're getting out of this mess now. They've got to fix the country with the Lunatic biden agenda and the crazy spending six trillion dollars on unleashed today. Brace yourself we got to win next year. We gotta win. We gotta take back the house. That's the first step not gonna let you stay home. I'm gonna. I'm gonna make you go to go to the polls you gotta vote. We gotta win and we will just like. I told eric there is. We came into the studio today the grill. Quick i won't spend a long time on this gonna tell you quickly two years ago when they came to me and said mike. We want you to send kids to summer camp. These are the children of prisoners. They're going to get fresh air a week of christian fellowship. They're going to learn the gospel. They're gonna be there for the other kids. Gary talks about from angel tree camp talks about lives being transformed. Don't we all know that if we don't have hope we have nothing and these kids need to have that hope and that's why these programs all over are so important that people support them the big fear they always throw out that seventy percent of these kids will become incarcerated when they're adults and i think it's important non us to to look at that and say can we break that cycle. Okay so here's what i wanna do because this is two hundred dollars cents a child. Who's the son or daughter of a prisoner to summer camp for a week. The cancer back two years ago when they came to me and they said we want you to do it. I said. I don't think we can do it. You know how much how many kids you sponsored. Two years ago in twenty nine hundred two thousand one hundred and forty two children. The company's still can't stop talking about it. We raised over four hundred twenty eight thousand dollars in a month for the angel tree prison fellowship summer camps so this morning i come into the studio five hundred and thirty kids or sponsored and eric hanson my operations director. Been with me for many years. He says mike. We can hit six hundred today. I said there's no way we can get seventy kids sponsored in a day. That was a half hour ago. We were at five hundred and thirty. We're now at five hundred and fifty six kids. eric. And i made a bet. I said there's no way will hit six hundred a day. He thinks we will. He suggested that. I encourage you to make a donation of two hundred dollars to sponsor a child in honor of a veteran in your life. I'm going to pop in four hundred dollars in the next break for my mom and dad if you have a loved one who's a military vet and you want to honor them. How about a two hundred dollar sponsorship for a child whose life will be transformed to go to an angel tree summer camp the camps are back this summer. The country is opening up. Let's celebrate god's goodness and god's mercy on this country by sponsoring a child and changing that kid's life forever two hundred dollars so we're at four five hundred and fifty six. You'll see it on the counter when you go mike. Online dot com. Click on the banner at the top of the page. Click on that banner. You'll see the thermometer at the bottom. It's going from left to right right now. We have five hundred and fifty six children's sponsored out of our eight hundred and twelve child goal. We're gonna get to more here. Because i'm going to honor my mom and my dad with a four hundred dollar contribution whatever you can afford. Please go to mike. Online dot com. Click on the angel tree. Banner at the top of the page. Let's i'm gonna watch that thermometer and maybe maybe maybe we will hit. Six hundred and eric can win his bet. And he'll gloat and he'll he'll rub my nose in it forever. I said eric. There's no way you win. This bet he says. I think you're wrong. Your audience is gonna prove me right. We shall see. I would be i would be over the bichon besides be all good news. I'm getting today if we had six hundred kids sponsored which would be raising. What does that six hundred times. Two hundred six hundred times two hundred. That would be six hundred times two hundred. That's one hundred twenty thousand dollars. We will have raised in a week week and a half to. Do you know how incredible that is. Let's see if we can do it. Mike online dot com click on the angel tree. Banner at the top of the page or call your donation eight eight two zero six two seven eight and thank you. Thank you thank you for your love your support and for carrying for these kids who are discarded. These are the children of prisoners. They haven't done anything wrong. And they're in the inner city they're going to be you know in many of these intercity a hot summer. Imagine them getting to be on a lake on a canoe for a week sitting by the campfire. You can make that happen for just two hundred dollars or whatever you can afford. And i'm watching that counter like a hawk. All right here. We go in the relief factor dot com studios honest to goodness. I have to ask you about joe biden appearing with governor black face in virginia. Today i gotta ask you about joe biden saying he's going to look into the wuhan lab leak theory. I gotta ask you. Are americans recognizing the insanity coming from the biden administration in just a few short months one eight hundred six five five mike. We've got an open line waiting just for you front and center on. Join me crush one to come on. Air to leave voicemail you can text us your comments to the mypillow text line which is also eight hundred six five five mike portions of our show brought to you by fellowship home loans call eight hundred five ten mike gonna fellowship home loans dot com slash gca. Welcome home and welcome into a friday memorial day weekend episode of the mike gallagher. Show what do you think it's a big deal. That joe biden is appearing with governor. Black face today. is that a problem. Do you think the democrats are noticing. Do they care about the kovic. Maybe if you get covid. You've got immunity. Antibodies for life and out of the university of louisville masks really didn't work at all didn't slow the spread it all. We got a lot to talk about. Let's let's fix the country together. You and me fighting the good fight. One eight hundred six five five mike celebrating. Mike gallagher. 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If it doesn't work you notify them after three weeks. And you're out twenty bucks but if it does consider what life could be. Life could be like pain-free relieffactor dot com relieffactor dot com or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four eight hundred five hundred eighty. Three eighty. Four for relief factor. Mike gallagher turns curzio when you're talking about biden and governor black face it when you mentioned black face. I mean that. We can't watch the jazz singer anymore. I think liberals are so brainwashed. Doesn't matter how bad of job biting his gang or doing don't think that anything is better than trump. Do you know that somebody from the new york times. The other day actually blamed what was it. She blamed trump for all skepticism about the lab leak. The way they downplayed the the possible lab leak from the wuhan lab maggie haberman blame trump said the because trump i against her argument. I couldn't figure it out. It was so convoluted. And she's one of the smart kids from the new york times she said on a tv interview that because trump was putting that out there early on there was such pushback against it that nobody took it seriously. That's the way these deranged people think with their trump hatred the washington post. Here's a headline. Washington post praises. Ralph northam after the black face scandal saying they were wrong to call for his resignation. I mean these. These people are completely crazed. Brad you're on the mike gallagher. Show how you doing brad doing good. How are you couldn't be better thank you. What's up. brad. Oh i i just was calling because i heard you talking about on. Nobody's really looking into the biden administrative. And you're you're absolutely right so quick to like blame trump for everything. But nobody's like looking into joe biden and saying anything about that and you say anything about that you're like instantly hated or you're your racist or xenophobic. Well guess what good things are good. Good days are coming. This is not over by any stretch. One eight hundred six five five. Mike did you buy the flight attendant. Lost two teeth punched out by passenger. I've got an update on that crazy story coming up the mike gallagher. Show the honor system as to whether somebody's been vaccinated. Do you want them breathing in your face. On the strength of their honor this is about science and governance have a responsibility to make sure of that. The house of representatives chamber is not a petri dish for the Because of the selfishness of some not to be vaccinated in the relief factor dot com studios. Here's mike honest to goodness. I cannot believe this good news friday. We're having. I get i get news from my co op board or whatever you call it the condo board. They've lifted all calvin restrictions in my building effective immediately. I come into work. i see. We've got five hundred thirty kids sponsored to go to the angel tree camps shumur camps where the children are prisoners are going to to experience an outdoor week of fun and fellowship and the gospel. We had five hundred and thirty kids and eric hansen. Says you know mike. We can hit six hundred going into memorial. There's no way. Get seventy kids sponsored in a date not not happening eric. Says you wanna bet so yes. Pets make an interesting cirque and i have a little bet going on here and it has nothing to do with the bed has a it has to do with him. Being able to gloat it how it's all about him being able to gloat and say those four little words i told you so you know what it is right now. Are you ready. Five hundred seventy three kids. We are twenty seven children away from getting to six hundred. I mean you are incredible. Were memorial day. We are honoring those who served who made the ultimate sacrifice. And i'm inviting you sponsor. A child for two hundred dollars in honor of a veteran in your life. I put four hundred dollars in fifteen minutes ago for my mom and dad who served both served world in world war two. Got a great Text message on the my pillow. Text line from terry. A great message about memorial day armed forces day is for those still in uniform veterans day us for those who hung up their uniform. Memorial day is for those who never made it out of their uniform. How profound and how great that is to remember their sacrifice and we may. We never forget the commitment the sacrifice of so many americans. And maybe just. Maybe you'll sponsor a child who will someday sponsor children of their own. Have children have a successful productive life. Shake off the tough hand. They've been dealt by having a mom or dad in prison if we hit six hundred kids today. I'm gonna lose my mind. I'm going to see two of my sons tonight for their. I cannot believe how old they are. Which means how old. I am two of my kids. They were born in their the youngest. Nineteen eighty-three cannot be right. So if there they were born in eighty three nine three two three thirteen. Thirty eight years old mike and matthew. No no they're little kids run around in the swimming pool. There just tiny. They're not thirty eight. Oh my lord. And i'm feeling so good. Do you know that somebody told me after. I had the hernia surgery. It'd be about six weeks before. I got out of pain and do you know the two days ago. I'm like almost one hundred percent out of pain and it's been it'll be six weeks today. This is my six week anniversary. We're going to save this country. We are fighting hard every single day. And i'm so grateful for your support for your love for your patriotism for your enthusiasm but we got a lot of challenges ahead of us. Here's a story from the washington post. Here's all the washington post describes it a southwest airlines flight attendant asked a passenger in the last row of the plane to prepare for landing. The woman allegedly leapt to her feet. Then the twenty eight year old woman. Viviana can yoda's punched the flight attendant in the mouth. Another passenger jumped to stop the attack. Shutdown yelled the man who stood between kenya's and the flight attendant whose face was bleeding woman lost two teeth. The passenger punched the flight attendant. So hard she knocked two teeth out of her mouth. Can janas was arrested for battery. The incident is the latest case of a passenger attacking a crew member mid air. A trend that has escalated flight. Attendants have been calling and writing me and saying mike. it's bat. During one reason flight a passenger caught a flight attendant a naci for the face mask requirement in august a passenger on sky west airlines flight to chicago who removed their masks grabbed a flight attendants buttock as she walked by the passengers row of seats. Gary kelly the president of southwest airlines got a letter from the union. The union said this is the union representing flight attendants. This unprecedented number of incidents has reached an intolerable level with passenger noncompliance events also becoming more aggressive in nature the other night i was getting off the plane. Look at jfk airport in new york now the flight attendant she was great cece. She's a real nice lady could tell she was a veteran. She's been around a long time. She was a great flight attendant. She she was making that announcement about every thirty seconds about the mask. I'm like we get it cece. We get it where your mask. Of course the problem that these flight attendants were up against is people. Don't want to wear their masks. So we all get off the plane. You know how y'all stand up waiting for the door to open and this man older guy elderly probably mid seventies. i guess he's standing shoulder to shoulder with me. No mask you can just see it. He had a look on his face. Dare me now. what you gonna do. Kick me off the plate. We had landed. Of course. i'm thinking if the airlines and the f. And they're all the the the what is the faa if they're all show crazed about making the announcement in-flight you think cova can't translate once. The plane is on the ground. We're standing there for like five minutes. But the guy right next to me. And i you know what i kind of admired him. I was like good for him. Clay travis you last night. Radio host on Tucker carlson show cut eleven says of the mask. The mask is like a security blanket for the left. It's there it's there. It's there message. Look at us. Look what we're doing and people are just fed up i. I don't think people can't can recover. And and that's the thing. I mean you've seen people as all of the mask. Mandates have thankfully finally come falling down. You thought there would be a great mass of people running out into the streets to have a great deal of fine. And i think what you're seeing is this has become the security blanket of many left wingers. They need to have the mask on because it gives them an identity. It is a security blanket for their life. And it's absolutely ridiculous and absurd. He's right he's absolutely right. It's it's it has nothing to there's a study out of the university of louisville mass didn't work. How about this study. Most people who recover from covid could have immunity that lasts at least year or even longer may not need a booster shot after getting vaccinated. The first study published monday in the journal. Nature found that most people who are infected with the virus had immune immune immune memory of the disease in their bone marrow suggesting they're still able to produce antibodies another report. Found that these cells called memory be were robust for at least twelve months after infection. Now how about that. Wouldn't that be wouldn't that be crazy. If a the masks didn't really do anything anyway and be. If you've had the the virus your you could have. Antibodies forever or at least for a year or more james. You're on the mike gallagher. Show with the relief factor dot com studios. Hello james hey mike. Thanks for putting plugging for my alma mater university of louisville. They work in our school mets yesterday. And that's the says that they're looking at this. That the masks didn't really slow the spread at all and of course it doesn't there's eight thousand one ratio between the size of the virus. End of any of those masks so anyway. Not what i call about I saw report this morning. You mentioned a moment ago. K in the new study out of the washington university school of medicine shows individuals that have had a quote mild case of covid. Nineteen on clothes could have a lifetime protection against the virus right. That's what i just resigned. Branch that it could. Now here's the problem. And i and i'm not disagreeing with you. You sound like a terrific guy. So don't take me. Don't take this the wrong way. I'm not a medical expert. Are you are engineer with a law degree so you get in other words. No you're not a medical expert to one well that helps But but my point is it. Isn't it funny. How we all sort of wh- the way we're pushing back and again. I don't say this to criticize you. I get it. I'm with you. I'm frustrated as you are. But why do we act like. We're all experts on this. We don't know none of us do well. We all we all have a brain. Some of little scientific background like myself being the engineer. Who the doctor. You know senator rand paul to the actual doctor's smart guy. I mean by the way speaking of louisville since you're calling from louisville listen to this text message i just got the university of louisville hospitals. Medical director was the most vocal proponent of the face mask mandate. he was the ultimate mask. Shamar is that true. Do you know. I don't know that's true. But i do know that. The history of democrats in our state and with governor bashir being You know the the that on that a lot of the university people are. It's it's kind of more of a political position than it is a medical condition. If you will. Travis said it's like their security the mask the security blanket. Look at me. I tell the story all the time. I've got a friend new york. He don't agree on anything politically but at least he's open minded enough to have a conversation with me and we and we have other shared interest. But i mean he's always mash gone. I have my mass we. I went to a black lives matter rally. Yesterday i wore my mash like telling me about wearing. The mask is so important to him. And it's it really does seem peculiar. And can you imagine what all these people for year and a half are going to do if they find out the masks. The university of louisville study is correct that the mass didn't slow the spread. Whoa thank you. James open line. Eight hundred six five five mike. Eight hundred six five five six four five three. How about facebook reversing policy. This is what clowns. They are over social media. This is why. I can't stand it. I argue all the time with my my pal mark davis because he loves being on twitter because you know lord knows we have to know what he had for breakfast now. I don't mean. I pull his i his leg a little bit but facebook has ended its ban on facebook posts asserting that cova was man-made or manufactured now up till this week evidently if you posted that they banned it they took you down facebook said in a statement on its website this week in light of ongoing investigations into the origin of covid nineteen and in consultation with public health experts. We will no longer remove the claim that covid nineteen is man-made or manufactured from our apps. Oh great thanks now. Maybe we can work on youtube banning people for posting the video of the georgia mom. Shane no more masks for my kid because we got banned for it. Youtube took our channel down for that medical misinformation. They claimed bunch bunch of clowns budget budg- of freaks is what they are no way around it. And you wanna play ball with these people. You wanna play around in their sandbox. Gimme a break portions of our show are brought to you by fellowship. Home loans. Call eight hundred five ten micro go to fellowship home loans dot com welcomehome fellowship. Home loans. Dare i look at the number if eric beach me on this bet. I'm never going to hear the end of do not realize how about this today. We came into work. Five hundred and thirty children are sponsored for summer camps. It's twenty two hundred dollars a kid. We are at five hundred. Eighty three kids. We are seventeen children away from hitting six hundred. I thought there's no way. I think we're gonna do it. Why have to apologize publicly to eric. Hanson eric told me you bet you do be sure to get the mike gallagher. Show podcast at mike. Online dot com world. Mike gallagher mike. The study at a kentucky louisville is exactly right and trump trank twenty twenty four ben thing at all along mike this entire hovis pandemic situations has done one thing. It is made the week weaker. And this sean are stronger. That's why the week left demands that you wear the mask all the time. It's not just identity. Way that they cover their weakness daycare. Mike good show thank you i. I really think there's a lot of merit to that week strong conversation. That's what sam malone said a few weeks ago and he got me thinking about it. Chan- malone has a great point about that the the great houston-based host that those who are weak need to be told what to do and they and they and they crave this kind of mandate they crave this kind of You know force fed instruction tie tyranny. Mind at all being told what kind of business you can engage in by a democrat governor to. They are i. I do think there's merit to that portions of our show are brought to you by job. Creators network president biden declared war on small business owners in america. We all know it and you know what one group is working real hard to fight these attacks with the horrific taxes. the fifteen dollar minimum wage bandwagon. The democrats are on well. 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But i Early told a story about I guess trying to poke holes in this The china The Virus rate league lab in makes it was trump's fall for even bringing it up in the first place right brought it up and nobody even really believing device on thing. Got me thinking. I think we've figured out figured out. The solution trump needs to run on the democrat ticket. they would spontaneously combust And not only that. he's capable of doing it. Just a troll. He's the ultimate troll. Wouldn't that be something. Yeah maybe maybe donald trump on a change parties and twenty. Two thousand four is a democrat. Not a bad idea because you got a bunch of mind-numbed robot yes that's tribute to the late. Great rush limbaugh. Who would probably vote for him. Coming up saying goodbye to an old friend and hello to an old friend. Jim dement who just honored foster freeze shadley yesterday at the age of eighty one. Give me an update on that news coming up.
251: Ryan Banta and Derek Hansen on The Value of Tempo Sprint Training for Speed Development and Team Sport Preparation
"With sports i want to add different elements. So it's just not considered like hey were running now because unfortunately and team sports running is associated with. We did something wrong right. So it's punitive as long as i make it fun An interesting and varied up. And it's not excessive. You know what. I run you know. Segments of two hundred three hundred four hundred not really doesn't know maybe for a soccer player. Like i said the midfielder example where you have to build a volume are specific rugby blair but most of the time. I'm pretty lenient with those distances. And i even like you know. As part of a general preparatory phase is like throw the ball. Run onto it. Throw the ed ball run onto it doing segments with throws combine because it does take their mind off the running they're chasing a ball tempo ron of With short recovery allows for the body to use that hydrogen ions or lactate as fuel. It allows the body to increase its ability to buffer the waste. So that you're not necessarily using that workout to get better at your absolute efforts. But you're supporting the body to be able to withstand those absolute efforts and when you're in a competitive situation and you have been to do multiple efforts in a single day. You can be more robust more ready and can get nearer and nearer that high performance under fatigue and still maintain good mechanics still be able to buffer that waste and still be able to come back later on throughout the day in that performance in get after it again that was derek hanson and ryan banta. You're listening to the just fly performance. Podcast if you're curious what one of my top five shifts has been in training and performance the last few years one answer of those might surprise you. One of those shifts has been moving to herbalism and up limitation as an part of my total health and performance regiment. You could say. 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Just fly to check out those herbs and get fifteen percent off your purchase so again head on over to lost empire herbs dot com slash. Just fly for fifteen percent off all right. Let's get onto the show. Welcome to another show. Great to have you all here. Today's topic is one. That's near and dear to my heart as both an athlete and coach. Because it's a method that i've realized over the years has been really important to me in reaching my best sprinting and jumping ability yet. It's also one that is abused frequently with athletes getting thrown way too much volume to the point where they cannot adapt well to speed or power stimuli in their training environment and that training method is temple training or sub maximal sprint running for the track and field initiated. A most are familiar with it. But it it temple running psa maximal sprint training and often times use prescription in track and field might be eight by two hundred meters at seventy percent effort on two minutes or three minutes. Rest perhaps five by three hundred meters in team sports. This type of method is often used as well. Just oftentimes a shorter distances by a higher number of runs and even shorter times. But basically it's just running with incomplete. Recovery is at a sub maximal pace. And as we all know this method is very frequently abused by a of coaches. I've seen both in the world of team sport training as well as track and field especially on like the the high school or club. Level athletes do monumental amounts of running. And sometimes you ask well. What are these athletes adapting to This has caused a shift or a pendulum. Swing to the point. Where a lot of programs have completely abandoned sub maximal running. Tony haulers have been on this podcast. A couple of times in his program has abandoned tempo training. Tony has a lot of awesome sprinters and get great results. I've loved having him on. I always i just like talking to with any train. Tool i dislike seen in context and what situations is optimal ross justice on this show and talked about how elastic sprinters can use these longer. Rhythm bass runs and as the nonstick athlete myself. I can say that. I have actually thrived off of appropriate tempo training not just for speed endurance but even just speed and jumping itself so with that said i wanted to bring two guests on who have a ton of experience in this specific training modality of tempo and know how to use it. Well know how to use it appropriately and know how to use it in context of nali the sport or the team but also the individual athletes. And that is ryan. Bantu and eric hanson ryan and eric. On this podcast. A longtime ago back in the original twenty episodes and i'm excited to have them back because they just have a wealth of knowledge on this topic. Ryan is a track coach with more than nineteen years of experience and is the author of the sprinters companion his tremendous success as a high school track coach in the state of missouri and is a frequent contributor to many top platforms in athletic performance. Derek international sports performance consultant. He's been working with athletes since nineteen eighty eight. He's had tremendous mentors including the late. Charlie francis and after a long career as a university strength coach as well as a track and field coach. Derek now serves as a performance consultant to numerous professional teams across north america as well as in major. Ncaa division one programs on the show today. derek and ryan are gonna get into the use and the benefit of tempo training as well as the prescriptions they utilize in the scopes of track and field as well as team sport. So whether you're a track coach a speed coach a team sport strength conditioning coach or just interested in athletic performance. In general this episode has a lot to offer. And i know you guys are really going to enjoy this one. I certainly did. And anytime you can get two guests with nearly fifty years of experience on and heavily experienced in the topic. We're talking about you know it's going to be an awesome conversation. So let's get to this podcast with brian. Banta and eric hansen guys. Thanks for being back on the show. It's been hundreds awhile for both you. And so i'm really excited to have you guys together for this topic. And so start with like an ice breaker question for this one Someone put this out on twitter a while ago and they say this is a generalized question. So of course it never shakes out like this. But it's fun for thought sake but if you had to if you're running a sprint program for building absolute speed or maybe the hundred meter dash we could say and you had to pick either doing strength training or temple running outside of your actual like max flossy specific short sprint practice for building that speed. What would you pick and why and we'll start there and then we can talk. Situational hate just from generalities sake outside of specific speed training picking either weight room or longer. Tempo sprints ryan lago. I i'll go first. I mean obviously temple would be the way that i would go. You know the weight room in my opinion is a you know ansari thing in one of the first things i slice when i look at my workouts the one non starter takeaway item would be the running. The running is the most important thing in most specific to what i do in my sports. So that's the thing that has to be protected whether it's maximum velocity tempo or something else. The weight room would be one of the last things that i would cut. But it certainly would get cut before the running my god. I was so brief ryan. Jeez wasn't ready. I wasn't mentally ready. I thought you were going to go on for awhile. I'd have to agree with ryan. I would say if i'm focused on. You know running faster than the running has to be part of that. It obviously a different velocities in different volumes in length and all that it just gives me much more flexibility to manipulate the program. The way i wanted to just react a lot quicker whereas if you're in a weight room scenario all these things that you need to bridge between the weight room and the track in if that's the offer you're giving me that it's clearly going to be Some more running at different velocities for temple. Running how i can be created with the volumes and the just the way the the frequency the patterns and all that that i could do in that setup versus you know again. The weight room for me is very very general too. It's not it's not this. Use this exercise today to switch to this exercise. 'cause i'm really smart. It's more like okay. Let's just chunk that as well. So that i could have something usable on the track. So i just i find. It's a little more of a blunt instrument whereas i can be more precise with the running cool. I'm excited a jump into how you will use that precision in the temp assignments as we get through this conversation. That question though. I think the follow up is okay. Like if we're sprinting. Is clearly maximal and speed being the most coveted thing in sport. As well and lots of maximal efforts on the field and sprinting and team sports and obviously track. You're going maximally. So what is the value of a sub maximal Sixty seventy percent effort. Sport is carried out. I think that'd be like the biggest objection. And i think i think industry moves in pendulums right so what would the value be for athletes. Who are trying to run as fast as they can to slow down and do slow higher volume slower tempo movement cert- running as not movements but running. Okay yep very good question there. So many reasons why you would explore the whole velocity curve or spectrum and just to start. I think you know just this idea that you can go sub maximally to control technique which which involves a lottery lactation on a lot of control in just this idea that we don't even know what maximal is in relation to effort and performance. Like maybe maximal is sub maximal. Sonning weird here. But if i am a horrible golfer but if i go out and swing a club maximally bad stuff's going to happen right. I may not hit it. That far will not hit that far. And i may hurt myself so i think that same approach can apply to sprinting or anything throwing something whatever so so we have to agree. On what is maximal. I think to figure out where we wanna be is at your best. Time is at maximal. Effort is at related to some wearable that you have on and until we can get to that point understanding what metrics reusing and we have a meaningful discussion. So that's the one thing. The other is working at different velocities. Obviously gives you some flexibility around even the effect you're going to have in terms of like energy systems and building foundations around the athlete whether it is general fitness whether it is like i said the relaxation peace teaching people to turn muscles off vs on when i do sled polls and stuff like that resisted. South essentially classify that as a sub maximal exercise because it slows things down sub maximal. In relation to actual sprinting could be maximal in relation to like a power movement or Maybe strength movement based on recruitment but in terms of slowing things down giving my athletes time to think about positioning austria you could classify it as saab maximal as well and obviously the velocity slower. And i think that's where you're getting. Some of the advantages of heavier sled pulling isn't necessarily strength. It's going to be other qualities that we can't even quantified in the technique and positioning and confidence. So i i just think there's so much value to be had and like i could say okay. We're going to or by thirty four by sixty and then you know to buy one hundred while i could run that a bazillion different ways. The based based on velocity recovery technical cues that i'm giving the athlete so if if people think that like i get into these arguments with people charlie francis was all about running fast all the time like no. He wasn't like if you actually spent time with him. He was very precise about what he would get out of a specific run. You know take it a little easier. Go little fat. You know whatever but that's what good coaching is. It's it's like. I would assume it's the same as somebody throws a bunch of potatoes and carrots and you know a slab a beef and then a cook can divvy that up. However they want depending on the audience depending on how he's feeling depending what you know is is easy. Cooking with gas charcoal. I think you have to open your mind up to all of the possibilities depending on the context in the individual in front of you right. Yeah and i think the other thing that we talk about is building a robust athlete. So not only. Are we talking about confidence. But we're also talking about connective tissues. We're talking about bone density. Were discussing this idea of preparing some of those connective tissues to support the work later. The other part of it is know. I mean where you place it you know. What are you going to do the day after a competition and it's in the middle of the week. How do you handle that. You do nothing you know. Do you work on something. What do you do you know and so like for me. A tempo day after a mid week competition makes a lot of sense for shakeout purposes. Right so it. I feel like that's something that helps recovery and restoration by doing that type of work. You look at mechanics like derek was talking about. You can choose some things. At slower speeds that will allow the athlete to then pick them up at faster speeds. I see a lot of videos. Being posted of people running twenty meter thirty minute flies all out forties. And they're fast they look terrible and if that's the only thing that the athlete is being taught you're creating a recipe for disaster. I look at it like putting a nas on a high performance vehicle. You can only punch that nitrogen into that engine so many times without having that engine blow up you know. And so when you're hyper clocking these things that's great from a contract perspective in terms of firing patterns but might not be great in a contract perspective for the strength of the tissues because they haven't had a chance to become more fibrous more protected more dense the other thing we look at. Is you know. There's a lot of non absolute speed. However you want to quantify that in running especially outside of the you know the one hundred meter dash and temple ron of with short recovery allows for the body to use that hydrogen ions or lactate as a fuel it allows the body to increase its ability to buffer the waste. So that you're not necessarily using that workout to get better at your absolute efforts. But you're supporting the body to be able to withstand those absolute efforts and when you're in a competitive situation you have have to do multiple efforts in a single day. You can be more robust more ready and can get nearer and nearer that high performance under fatigue and still maintain good mechanics. Still be able to offer that waste and still be able to come back later on throughout the day in that performance and get after it again and if you think about in joel i know you're really into this but these very elaborate warm up and cool down routines and things like that. That's work you know. And so if the athlete only sees this one crazy high end intense effort. And there's nothing to support that crazy high end intense effort with what i would consider when we hear sub maxima work. Everybody thinks will. You're not giving a full effort but you might be giving a full effort in a different way right being able to tolerate being in a workout that is built to make it intolerant. You know being comfortable with on being uncomfortable you know and and being able to still survive that in in in to feel that and we've been in a situation which we're talking off line where i haven't been able to do nearly the amount of work due to virtual days and rain and conditions and we've had more things going on this year due to a lack of general fitness than i've ever had in my entire career as a coach and part of that's lack of preparation at sub maximal work which we traditionally do in the preseason or in the winter in the offseason be said something there. I have a few notes based off what you're single the first thing. I'll just make a comment as i like. I think it was Cover tolbert who had said like one of his old maybe presentations or things. I was listened to talked about the main army and the supporting army. Like all the people who are you got your army firing the the giant gun and then the people carrying the ammo to the like there. You have to have both to do your best and are to win the war. I guess you could say whatever your analogy is so. I really like it from supporting perspective. And i think that it's easy especially to it does make it easy. You know. we talk a lot of crap about period ization. But it's also. I feel like it's very easy to be like like we did more work here. It's like what do you mean. The nervous system doesn't taper. Kristen has talked about that like the bulgarian olympic lifters. They did max lifting pretty much all the time and they didn't really need to taper so to play with to. I mean. I never liked the idea of doing a lot of work. That's unnecessary or a lot of junk and getting rid of the junk. Now you run faster because you did which i think is par for the course but i do feel he gives you more knobs to increase novelty. And you're gonna feel fresher here. There's just some different knobs to play with if that makes sense on. If you guys have a comment on that i do and i would say you could even take it. Farther with jonas is idea where it's faster alone further together so there. Is this idea that we're going fast right away right away will. Yeah you're going to be at a very elite status. But how long can you maintain that her. Sustain that a different. Tony tony wells. He would have these three or four weeks and then a huge amount of recovery built in because even he who has all these record holders in the short short sprints especially indoors. He knew that that couldn't be sustained forever. Because it's like you can only ride that for so long without the support of effort so his hack wasn't so much the temple work. It was just providing these massive periods of basically not doing those things recycling previous efforts. And so that idea of you know faster alone. But you're just not gonna get as far which basically builds off that you know like you said this. Theory of period ization of maximizing the different bodies adaptations and a crescendo to bring some sort of peak of the global fitness of the athletes. Which includes obviously the best bang for your buck for the neurological system. To when you need it the most with everything else in that support your want your army to go so far into moscow and then all of a sudden you've stretched your supply line and it's a thousand miles and you've got nothing to support that you know you're too far away from the author supportive attributes of your war effort that you've made these gains but now you might have destroyed your opportunity because you didn't solidify all the other stuff that's supportive behind. Dick i don't mind having volume in there for the sake of having it because i think i think on some level could dilute intensity but that's not a bad thing like if you have enough volume in there so the people aren't you know reaching velocities all the time that could be injurious so i think you're trying to temper thing sometimes by adding volume which again feeds into the support of nature. You know which again is very difficult to quantify but willing we have it in there. We know that it's going to keep a base level of fitness. That will make us go longer and have longer careers. Whereas if we're ultra specific you know we can see that running into problems. And i i know people will bring in like bulgarian weightlifting. And we don't have all the information there and who knows how many people were injured seriously that we never saw latest through them in the junk pile as he survived. Yeah yeah so so. It's it's very difficult to use those examples especially in our our environments With working with high school kids. And so i think there is. There is value in having stuff in your program to fill time and space. Like you know if you guys are like you guys must be movie buffs to sometimes their stuff in a movie just to kind of take you to the next big scene in. It's just filling time and it's letting you kinda relax before the next big action scenes because of if the whole movie is just action. It's not going to be as effective impactful. So i think you know in salmon music. So i think there's a lot of reasons to have volume whether it's temple or circuits or whatever it might be to provide some context. 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Have this article that will go on. Just play sports website soon. And then i'll follow up with a podcast with sam waste. Who's written by mechanical stuff. And he's a track coach. He's also like acupuncture and a lot of martial arts and chinese philosophy in those types of things. it's just a day and night. There's there's light and dark like you. It's i always like taking Training and then bringing out two further things we just see in life period so maybe this will be my next question. Because i think this is interesting is i. I like derek. How you your definition of sub maximal was basically just saying that slower. That can be almost more mindful in a way. And i think about like the micro is the macro to the way you set of even a week. Even if you weren't gonna taper. I i like even having Like those those maximum efforts throughout the week to to have the rhythm of the week. And like you know like ryan you said after you have meet you come back and do tempo back when i was coaching. My first college gig ten years ago We would do temple on mondays. Just because i felt like it was just better just rather than getting right into speed on monday. We do tempo on monday. And then hit our big speed day on tuesday just in the offseason just because how did just seem plus those kids on the weekend. Wor not always coming in on monday with the best. You know the best tank so that was just a nice way to mitigate. That's like a buffer really. I don't wanna get too confused. I'm going to ask you guys. This is with the whole. Like i guess supportive Specific a common thing that would be said to be. Hey we want make athletes give them the engine capacity. But let's do general circuits instead. And i do this sometimes to i'll have Sometimes instead of tempo days. I'll have a day with med ball. In general body weight or some extreme isometrics and those things that i like that option that dial. But what do you guys think of that idea. And they'll be said to like maybe they'll short like muscle driven compressor in person. You know like would do maybe more that versus temple running but your thoughts on building structure and capacity through circuits and things versus like the slower. Samak's running. yeah. They i mean. They're certainly Scenarios where that works. well are. it's it's the the better trade off. I know. I work with like ice hockey players and teams and because of the orientation of skating you know your pelvis density flop board more and you have a muscle shortening areas. That don't allow you to do the upright running as easy so whenever we had ice hockey players upright running they would complain of back pain or hamstrings or this or that right so we would come up with alternatives to replace that. Ideally i would you know. I'm i'm a traditionalist probably like you guys. I would love for them to have done the running. But it just didn't work in that scenario so i think it's nice to have backup plans and alternatives that you can drop in. You know i'm not. You know. I have when i set out temple programs for people i have like okay. This is what you do if you're in the pool. This is what you do. If you're on the rowing machine this is what you do. If you're on the bicycle right and it's a little different terms the work to rest ratios are they. Okay yeah but i ultimately. That's just a replacement until they can get back to running again in a you know you can't just sorta like do this and you just grin and bear it. And just hope they get some residual effect that carries over to the running and that includes like treadmill running to which isn't quite the same. So yeah yeah. I have some alternatives. Don't don't live and die by them but certainly have some so that you can move them in for specific scenarios. Yeah the abcd. Workouts are critical when you do have somebody injured and then you also have to take the nature of whereas the injury located in. What are they capable of doing. And not having that stuff set up ahead of time is in my opinion pretty dangerous. Obviously you know everybody's injury and their situation their pain level. what happened. What took place is going to be different but having it a template if you will of the things that you can take to your athletes immediately when they get hurt is great obviously from a management and a logistical perspective. But it's also great for the athletes confidence. I always look at it. Like the scene in pulp fiction. Where you know. You've got quentin tarantino and you know. Samuel jackson are freaking out because they accidentally killed this guy. What are we going to do. And we're at this place. You know or sorry john travolta the equity turned to his house and you know he tells marcellus wallace says i'm calling in the wolf and then you know. Samuel jackson says well mother. That's all you have the same you know. And it's like one of those deals where it's like then now they know everything's taken care of so. When i have an athlete injured like we had a situation happen at attract me and the trainer gave her the complete wrong information. All you just gotta keep stretching it you gotta keep it loose. Do this and i'm like you're done. I pulled the kid aside. Said you're done for the day. I said you're absolutely not to stretch it for forty eight hours and this is the program that you need to do with the ice bath. You're not to use a pressure because they all got the guns now that they don't use thera gun they're going to do anything light massage and the next day. Ice bath the rotation of painkillers. Don't take this take this. If you're gonna do it all these kind of things to get them through the weekend so they don't do anything crazy before they actually see our medical professional at our high school who's really really good. Who can provide all the different modalities and exercises that. He wants to do once he clears that athlete to be with me. Then i've got my deep water pool workout. I've got my bike workout. If got and the thing is is it's gonna be facility dependent as well you know so you've gotta make sure whatever that kind of all temp work like. I used to hate battle ropes. When anytime i saw somebody doing battle ropes. I just thought this is just. What is the purpose of this. This is the stupidest thing and then i realized. Well it's not good for making you like really powerful and strong in my opinion is certainly not specific to a lot of things you would do in sport but if the athlete can't run because they're in a boot you know or they've got some sort of severe lower leg injury. I'm like that can be a replacement for temple work to get the heart rate up to keep the fitness there to keep the body composition. There were not gaining weight because of inactivity that can be a nice blend to when they eventually are able to be more baugh again. If so i think it's really important to think about the specific injury but have a template think about the facilities and then think about the realities of a kid when they're away from you. You've got to make sure you give them some sort of instructions. Even if it's how can i say this more limited than you would normally do just because you wanna be very clear on what not to do to prepare them. And then once they've been evaluated than implement those templates for tempo that can allow the athletes maintain some relative ability fitness. Got it so it sounds like you guys and this is kind of a launch. The next question is when you can you guys are going to pick tempo generally over like circuits like you circuits. If it's bad weather you're kinda hurt. Your dinged up. But if given the choice you generally will say look like we're gonna do you know the set amount tempo days in the week like if it's two or three like you wouldn't if the athletes healthy and the weather's fine south to train the basement you would pick temple over circuits for the most part. I don't like to make journalist statements. But that's kind of what you guys sam well and i would say to add onto that joel. I think it surfaced dependent as well. So if you don't have an indoor track or a consistent environment in terms of being able to be outside all the time. If i go monday and we go hard for however that looks and we're on tile which is what my high school looks like it's all tile there's only limited pieces of carpet and even then what are we talking about. How protective is that. Then the second day. I would choose some sort of circuit. That wasn't running dependent. Just because i'm trying to be conscientious of the more common occurrence injury which is a stress reaction or severe shin splints or something like that but if i have a soft surface then yeah i would much rather do the running versus something else. Yeah and and even you know. I agree with ryan battle. Royal banta but I would say that Even outside i'm doing both like we're doing temple ron's with netball circuits in between sad suck mixing things up to try to get the best at everything right so. I don't think it's an either or proposition. I think you can mix things up. And even in the indoor scenario with the harder surfaces we may throw down a matt or yoga mat. People do some drills on the spot or running on the spot and then do the circuit. So you know. There's some flexibility there. The thing that makes me think about. I would say my. My pendulum is the influence of and this with when i was coaching ten years ago. I didn't do this. Make any account account through this at all but now it's swung a little bit more towards maybe that muscle jovan athlete. Who's really compressing. Or i don't like like very like high tension and and of that ball faster muscle athlete. I am inclined to have them do a few more circuits and keep the tempo volume lower. But then i think about like a. You could tell me this derek more than anybody but charlie frank like ben johnson is when people say don't do a lot of extra and don't do a lot of extra tempo like that muscle compressor is like ben johnson athlete and then to my knowledge. He probably did the temple just as a lot of other. Athletes did right in charlie system. So i'm just curious on your thoughts on like an outlet who might be other athletes who are more or less or looking at the volumes. Let's just say is there considerations with the type of athlete. Their the weight their elasticity. Anything like that. yeah. I think so again. It gets us into this. This position of like trying to type cast people and saying this is what i do for them. And that's only gonna end up being a disaster in the long run like you have to have some flexibility and You know ben. Johnson ago for longer runs as part of his warm up early and do a gradual thing to have some fitness there in so it's so easy to say like well. He just squatted six hundred pounds faster or he just took steroids and there's so much more nuance in there. That we don't know our most people don't know so i think it's it's it's it's just that simplification of the brain where relate. What did he do to give me the three things he did do that. Hopefully i'll be like him and it's it's just a trap. We all into right like do i wear masks. Do i not wear a mask like well. Sometimes i will. Sometimes you know like it. So i think it's. It's very difficult for us to to really nail down the key variables because you again and this is why it goes back to like you need some experience some wisdom around this like you have to have trial and error and a lot of things. Get to the point where you're like okay. It's not that simple. it's i. I have to really think about this. And i think ryan and i are old enough that we've been through and made some mistakes and and tried to simplify your beat a smart guy and the smart guy. The room go like okay. I've got it. It's either this or this and it doesn't work that way in especially if you've been married a long time like ryan and i You know it doesn't work that way. There's always everything is great everything. Israeli great so. I think you know that that that's the least uptake. Way i want people to have is like i know you want to answer a whole bunch of questions. Here in this podcast. But you know we're going to give you some examples and share our experiences in it's usually going to be like you gotta figure it out yourself right. Yeah i think it always It it's definitely very popular offer extremely simple solutions. But i think anyone who undertakes those simple solutions will find that. There's gonna be some exemptions right off the bat that you have to figure out how to deal with and it's easiest to often just say give an excuse to why that person didn't adapt or whatever or even in rehabbing therapy. I think it's real easy to like this. You know the magic thera- gun should fix everything not just getting out again and saying that but you know bright hope not at least hashtag variance. That's a great word because everything changes all the time and you got be ready to shuck and drive with that change right. You know right. Well i talk about that like you know with with happiness. You expect that happiness is going to be like. I'm a big dumb animal. So mike well. I did this on this day and that made my wife really happy so i'm going to do that again. It's like well that didn't work the next time you know. And so you're you're chasing this adaptation of moving target so as these things get and it's different at the beginning of the season than it is at the end of the season. It's different depending on the athletes competitive life. You know what's their competitive edge. But i would say in general what i do like joel Take a little bit of a different tilt than derek is. I like to use some of these things as your guide. Post to start right. So if i had an athlete who i felt very comfortable that there are a compressive type athlete then you know with my tempo. My temple is going to be a lower intensity you know. We're probably not going to go as long either. You know and then as because i want that high low variation because of what the how. How can i say this. I feel like the effort that it takes for them to do this highly. Neural thing because they're really way out. There is much more exhaustive than it would be for. Maybe a quick twitch oxidative athlete. Who's a little bit longer and leaner and tends to be better you know upright running than being an acceleration. So i'm making those evaluations. And then i would say if i have a compressive ath- leap and yeah. My length of my efforts are going to be shorter. My intensities are going to be lower. And it's gonna look much more like a high low day but i don't take that stuff out because i feel like there's a lot of value there you know for one thing and we've talked about this and derek is the one who gave me this information that he did get from charlie is this idea of improving that circulatory system. You know is up benefit from doing some of that work and if you're in canada and it's cold all the time you know. They need to have the ability to warm up their tissues. Get the body ready and do all that kind of stuff to survive the conditions especially for most of us whatever we see as cold that's different for texas than it might be out berta but the principle is somewhat the same. The other thing is is. I wanna know after that really hardcore effort. I wanna know what we've got the next day and the only way that i can use the diagnostic tools as to see them. Run to see them. Move and say okay. Did we have something that didn't go. Well is there an injury. Is there a consequence to the work that we had and i certainly would rather see that in a tempo session and address it then. The next time. I'm going all out with a compressive type of athlete that i feel like is using a lot more effort to get to those same speeds on the tissues so i always look at a compressive athlete as their motors. Coming from the muscle right and The the posterior chain athlete. It's a much more neurological system. And i feel like that. Neurological system seems to in my opinion to rod respond. a lot. better than the hydraulics. Which is the tissue ryan. Yeah i love that. I definitely i really resonate with a lot of the things you said and coaching. The athlete in front of you is is such a big thing especially to win. Some athletes are just gonna just seemed to enjoy more and the tempo than others. And i know culturally to the cultural impact on the type of training program has played a big role in as i've noticed through observing different programs. See i one of the things that that i've felt has been just seeing how an athlete processes that were emotionally and even looking like the look on their face. Are they like as there are the string. Hit a time are they. How are they are. They able to relax dirk. You'd mentioned the relaxation element. And so i. I almost look at it on some level to you know the the way you absorb the technique but i also like watching an athlete like like just general mannerisms as they process a workout. And how are they dealing with fatigue emotionally and i feel like that goes a long way in. How are they going to house their body going to process that from recovery standpoint in technical standpoint in everything that goes with that so i i want to actually get this. I wanna actually get into like team. Sports tough quickly here too. Because i know not everyone will listen to this as a track coach and a lot of what i wanna talk about. There's also interplay between track and Team sport as well. And so maybe derek. Let's start with you. Because i know you do a lot of work with team sports in that preparation with team sport. I know it's different field. Sport versus a football or a court sport. But at what point do you feel like the sport has taken care of. I guess you could say the tempo component and when you're writing speed programs do you. How often do you get in tempo. Given what a team. Sport athlete is doing in the course of their actual play. And so how does that kinda shit out for you. Yeah i would suspect that People would fall on like back on. Gps and say like okay. They ran in this philosophy banned for this long. and i. you know that's interesting. I think when you look at the distribution of velocities in say a football game versus a soccer game vs a basketball game Obviously most of its low velocity work. So you'd have to say that if they're practicing every day of the week whether or not competing There's gonna be a good amount of distance covered. And i think if that's in season or a preseason your your temple volume will are whatever you do to supplement on. That end would be More recovery based. I would say and you wouldn't have to work on creating specific adaptations for the aerobic system or anything else. So i think you just have to. You might wanna lean on that information data once in a while just to go like okay. That's typically the distribution. It doesn't change that often. So i think you know that okay for. We play a game. Like i was working with the bundesliga soccer team. Midfielder would run. You know twelve kilometers like well. That's pretty good two games a week. and So do we have to do more so we would push more towards the speed side and try to fill those buckets right. So i think you really have to look at the specific circumstances and you know maybe certain positions in certain sports will have certain requirements taken care of. And then if you have people who are second-stringers are coming off the band. Sure subbing in for the last twenty minutes of of the soccer match then you can start filling their temple bucket a little more to to keep them even keeled with everybody else so that that's been my experience. It's very rare that i get into an off season period where we can really do a lot of that. Because if you're looking at pro sports college sports probably different. But in pro sports you know when they get their time off. They want their time off and so prescribing running as temple. Running is not the most attractive thing. So you're trying to be very careful about what you prescribe in the offseason for compliance reasons. At least at the pro level so You know you are leaning on that volume of practice that that the football coach or the soccer coach is going to prescribe. And go like okay. That's good let's fill all these other gaps with the strength the strength training the sprint training Maybe some some sort of biometrics are throws or circuits. And all that. But but i would say a collegiate setting. Maybe it's more interesting because you have more time in the offseason to start going. Okay i know that. As as i team i want the is running. At least this much pretend posession versus the goalkeeper right but the goalkeeper and the pitcher in baseball or softball still has to have quite a bit of aerobic work done whether it's body composition or circulation to keep them warm throughout the game when they're sitting on the bench so you know it is again a complicated process of going through each sport and understanding. How much of what you know temple work. They need based on what their their practice other games. Fulfilling versus what you can provide and it's not easy. It's definitely very complicated. And you have to have the coaching staff on board to allow you to do that or to give you that time. And sometimes we would have a soccer game and then the game would end and i would be in charge of working with the players. Didn't play that much and we would do temple running and things to to fill those Those gaps that they didn't accomplish by having the game whereas in practice everybody's practicing about the same amount so just understanding those complexities. Those differences by sport and by individual in the sport as very important ryan. Do you have anything there. Well i think that you know you look at rugby's same idea in terms of you'd be amazed at the you know the inner pieces in rugby. How much those guys who are usually set in the scrum or actually running as well and a nice balance for the starters and the non-starters is good. I think also the thing is you gotta think about you know. what do they lack. Do they move. While at high speeds verse does not one of the things that if they are getting the temple work done. I may spend more time with the folks that don't work as well at high speed at high speed just to be able to make sure that we're cleaning up their mechanics and and doing those type of things in providing interventions In that way one of the things that we were gonna talk about and we had a little bit of break there. Is this idea of why people move so far away from tempo. And i don't know if you want me to address at so we look at like you know clyde hart being the prime one of the most extreme examples of successful high volume tempo guy and when people see that they go that way outside the realm of possibility for me and my athletes. Well that might be true. It's one of the things is to say that might not be the most ideal thing for most athletes and most programs especially in high school. There's nothing wrong saying that but then saying that that has no value is also just as incorrect and is just as problematic for me and i think one of the things is in this year of corona viruses. We've lacked competitive season. And so coaches are scratching their ish with lack of competitive season with going out there and researching information of looking for people and as you mentioned while we were off. Line talking about the debate. That tony and i had and tony is done a really good job of promoting his system and his ideas and the values of system which really attractive which is make kids like track and field and the one thing that a lot of kids don't like about track field seems to be How can i say this busy work. Most students don't like busy work so you have to understand like well. What's the purpose of this. If it's so purpose creates it an idea that it isn't busy work. So how do we get that done. Well they need to know what you're doing why you're doing it. You don't need to give him a biology lesson but you need to have real tenants to what you're doing in your program and that's the problem i think. A lot of coaches don't feel comfortable with their lack of knowledge like wealth. That sucks and kids don't like it. Then i'm going to throw it out because i don't know why it had any value in the first place versus someone like myself was like well here. Are the book things. That i believe that. This temple training has purpose intention in value. And so this is. Why have in my program but where people get it wrong. Is they typically start with these large numbers. That are very non specific and i would rather warm with what i feel comfortable with. Is the minimum effective dosage of everything. Yes and then. In in then build a more robust athlete for repetition and maybe an increase in volume as you move through the season as opposed starting with this monster volume and just like a train. Moving your way down the tracks. I don't like i'd rather use the minimum amount of all of it in an expanded to the point where i feel like we're still getting positive responses then when we don't that's when we shut the workout down that's when we stopped the reps. We don't just keep plowing through because it's busy. I like the idea of not just like what you just said like. I think a lot of and i think this is why that is why pendulum swing heart is we got with. When so many coaches are just treating tempo volume is just. Hey we need to run enough to me. Make sure doing running. That's when stuff can really get sideways and assist you. Missile launches of what and. That's why i asked you guys right off the bat where what are the benefits of temple and actually one of the things. I forgot to throw in there. Charlie had said francis had said it decreased like the electrical resistance in the muscle. Which i've been meaning to actually test out with my arp way dc stimulant because that can kind of give you a metric there. But i i just i know i feel more loose and relaxed and fluid after i do that type of work and i feel like my athletes in tax semina- similar way so yeah i think just pendulums get and then i do think it falls into like that like like derek that everything's in the gray and people just think when you think we need to the volume and we need to run enough well. There's a lot of gray in there that you need to account for like enough running so i definitely a minimal type is one we can chat about. I want to get on like practical. How do we actually laid this out. How much volume do you use. Where do you start dirk. I do want to ask you one last thing about the team. Sport element was This tempo given all the change of directions. And those do you try to be have a specificity with the tempo at all. Do you do church and chains backs like or is it just takes same but just you know. Just let's be different than your sport a little bit. Let's just get this in in this context What are your thoughts on chasing any degree of specificity and that tape tempo type thing for a team sport athlete and the support of sense. I would say Most of the time. I'm trying to do what they are not doing. Which is taxi energy system in a way that doesn't create that peripheral stress. But having said that. If i know people are getting ready for a training camp and that they're going to do whatever conditioning tests that has changed direction. Maybe get into gleichwertig. You know kind of state And i know that training camp itself is pretty rigorous in terms of weeding people out we will have a phase that leads them into that. But i'm doing shuttles for certain durations and in different types of direction changes as part of that at low. I would say to moderate intensity so that the velocities aren't gonna create injury risk but yeah i would almost as stress inoculation type of thing like we're gonna do this because this is what's going to happen in your training cam and then once we're past that and then they're interested in practice and game play and all that we go back to linear Less exposure to those things that are they're doing a lot of already and and also like ryan had said. I'm always thinking of surfaces to so they're always on turf You know maybe we get them to do stuff on grass you know. Sometimes you might get them to run on attract surface because it's more elastic than being on turf all the time or grass all the time. So i think there's a lot of elements that you can involve that either. Take them away from their sport or kind of bring them back to their if they're not playing their sport and cova you know the the initial lockdown cove. It was a good example. Where i had people doing more agility. Because they weren't practicing or playing sport because things were locked down so do some things back yard or wherever you're putting a bit more shuttling because you know that's not an overuse quality that we have to worry about right now if anything. We have to get you ready. I like what you said. Derek there reminds me of an anecdote. I had back when i was a callahan. Worked with tennis and one of the fastest tennis player i ever worked with also reminds me. Tennis reminds me of what you said on that. Other those who call we were on a few weeks ago with like charlie would just train them. The tennis players with linear speed. Because that's what they weren't typically getting they were just everything was side to side. So let's give them what you aren't getting and this player it was of course of i think two years he came to me one at one point and said i just don't feel fast on the court and then we kind of like when looks back through the last two years and this is a kid who hadn't lifted touched await before his experience in college and he had gotten stronger and i think we really deduced we we had we. I would typically run those guys tempo in the in the playoff season. We do six two hundred and they ll actually really liked that. That was a group that liked that and this kid thrived off that he loved it like e emotionally. Just love that kind of rhythm to his running. I'm sure it would have been just fine. With short sprints to run forties or whatever but we kind of took it back to. He probably needed to do anything. He did that before his time at cal to and we took it back to. He just needs to kind of get back to doing that. A little bit Just to get his overall speed just because it's what he wasn't getting but it's also the thing that made his engine go He loved that linear like sub. Maximum amount union maximally. We're like but that was that made me think that anecdote. Yeah and if he's running repeat to hundreds and it doesn't have to be full out but his philosophy is probably higher than anything that happens on tennis court. No way you can. There's no way you can get to that distance because of cortisol can find. So you know maybe that help to you. Got to be real fast over ten fifteen yards on the test to get up to the speed. You're running a even if the two hundred twenty seven seconds. You're still like ten meters split. Still a little faster than most people are going to get up to in a tennis court. Yep so i found that interesting okay. Don't have a lot of time left. So i want to get into some specifics. Nuts and bolts always like talking about this stuff. So i maybe let's go into volumes and like how it might fit new a week. We could talk track. Because because i think it's simple that i'd like to touch on team. Maybe a little bit off and then dirk. I'd love to get more into your creativity views like you said doing medicine ball stuff in between. I think that could be cool to for athletes to who. If you don't want to put the stigma and maybe they want to do. I don't know if there's a lot of things but maybe let's talk about Just volumes. I because obviously the clyde hart to thrive ran like you said those crazy volumes and like probably loads of lake high school track. Athletes are getting across the country or even conditioning for average. Ceo team sport athletes when they do conditioning is probably. It can be crazy right. So where do you guys start when saying. Hey i'm gonna sign temple volumes and intensities and those things. I start really low Because you have to recall that. I'm not doing unlike your situation in the university which you obviously have a twenty two hours. They're away from us right You know a bigger factor than it would be under the the watchful eye of hopefully a good parent who isn't giving their kids alcohol at fifteen years old and having kids over till three o'clock in the morning but that's a whole nother story but anyway you know we. We usually do that on tuesday and monday. Tends to be our whatever. I would call my key performance indicator workouts so short along sprinter or a long long sprinter. Four hundred eight hundred. We're going to have that work monday. Be that high. Intensities big recovery's concepts. And then on tuesday. When i start out there pretty tired in and worn out from that first day so you have to be careful in so we use very small so my returners talking six hundred meters. So that's that the small small volume of running and maybe five hundred meters for the rookies on. That could be just hundreds on the minute you know and then from there. I have gotten all the way up to like fourteen. Repeat to hundreds. I know which would blow people's minds but again it's brutal but we don't get there often and it's only with the kids that are continuing to show improvement. And then with addition to that every four weeks i caught the volume back by ten or twenty percents so rapper too is getting sliced off on that recovery week and then we climb up again and then when we get out six weeks out then it's just a decline of ten percent all the way to the championship face The effort level again depends on their a pusher or puller type of sprinter so if there are pusher you know we're talking they could be low percentage efforts seventy percent if there are polar. We're talking eighty five percent right away. So we're serving that more muscle driven right just just before people that use a term that people are from push more muscle driven more like that compressive right correct quad dominant versus handling dominant tends to either football guy. Rugby guy versus the fast soccer player type person. You know the long lean body and again is derek said. That's not always the case. You know you can have kids of all shapes sizes and colors that you know run whatever. We use our testing to figure those things out. But that's kind of my starting point. Just give me a template in which allows me then scaffold. What i'm doing But then as we move through and that's usually the one temple workout a week you know. Now we don't have a competition. There might be a second one on friday and then we race model or we do what i call speed reserve work or speed. Endurance works specific to the event on saturday. So monday would be a key. Performance indicator tempo tuesday wednesday active recovery thursday would be another key performance indicator workout. But typically if i'm going to high school setting with a lot of athletes that's a maximum velocity acceleration based workout another tempo day on friday if they don't have competition and then saturday if they don't have a competition would be race modeling or special or speed endurance. The second tempo day typically is going to be shorter In less intensive than the first one and again just as. We're getting through the week. I wanna make sure that. I'm being mindful of what i would consider the residual fatigue day to day to day. And then we you know we loaded up for three to four weeks and then we unload on the fourth week loaded up even further and that's kind of the progression that we do and then the eighty five percent changes because they get fitter they get faster and so the effort level in the meters per second will move up. The other thing. I like to do is i try to run on grass services on one of the temples days and then on the track on the other and then. I also like to go clockwise and counterclockwise in the work when i do that. Because at those speeds. I feel they're safe enough At the percentage of effort to try to improve the body bilaterally as opposed to having this unilateral overload where we get that hamstring. Pull on that left leg. Because it's the one that's turning in in that taking all that torsion and we reduced that quite a bit. And i feel like that helps the other thing. I don't run tempo and spikes running flats most of the time and again just to provide a different stimulus a different full-contact recovery to those tissues below the knee. Yeah i like the my tempo i would start with just like three two hundred like just. It's crazy how people are just like like work like just let's busted the eight the first eight two hundred the first day or whatever i mean. It's just everything coming up. Slowly i think is very underrated and people. Don't talk about that enough right. I mean you have days to go fast to use those days ago fast but on the supportive measure. It's a supportive measure you don't need an overload of poison you need the right amount of poison the create the response you want and make sure that they're on the up and up and you get that extra day a work if you do too much then you blow up the rest of the week. And so i always err on the side of lower is better but still doing the purpose of tempo. Yeah i know you tony haller of debated but i know that's a term. You guys can both agree with everything is a poison especially at too much dosage so Before derek just was curious ryan you said the the muscle dominant seventy percent the elastic and those hula eighty five eighty five would fall outside of that you know low tempo. That's unlike the middle temple range like any thoughts with that. I mean you. You aren't trying to really stick with those bracket specifically it's kind of a you know fits with your more your whole system type by you know when you know the rules you break the rules in for me Being a program that wants to be really really good at the four hundred meters. The three hundred zero four by two four by four got a lot of events that fit this area and so as my temple workout more starts out as it's a buffering workout you know were building that waste clearing that waste improving the body's ability to buffer and being comfortable of being uncomfortable as we move through than the workout changes to being the back end two hundred pace of all out four hundred so that that's repeatable in a two day invitational because our state championship is two days in a row. And i want the athletes be able to repeat that effort in a practice because they have to repeat it within a within a within a track me then as we start to slice the volume away and we increase the time in between the recovery's in between it becomes a special endurance or not special interest. Sorry a speed reserve or speed endurance workout which then simulates early in the week. A two day back to back effort because conferences in two days. District's isn't today's sectionals. As in two days but before the corona virus the state championship was two days. So what i'm trying to do is bridge the gap of what. They're not getting in competition until the very last year within my practice. So that's kinda why. I'm doing and how i'm doing. Got it all right there. You got for us They'll do more of the teams for example. And if i'm working say with american football you know i might do. I might go with lowest like thirty meters or thirty yards For the big guys like dua. Thirty dropdown do ten pushups. You know walk across to another thirty. Do some squats or something. So i'll try to you know again. It's more of a general preparatory phase approach where like keep them constantly moving. Don't have anything excessive and like you guys said like you know four by you know maybe start with four by fifty or six by thirty times to And then just throw a bunch of other drills and exercises in there as well to to kinda hit them on general fitness level. And that may go. If you're like a three hundred pounder two hundred and fifty to three hundred pounder. We may stay at through thirty fifty yards on just build up volume to may start it. You know two hundred yards for the first session. We may go as high as eight hundred a thousand yards per session in an offseason period whereas the skill players. We might start it. You know four hundred or six hundred and work all the way up to about two thousand meters per session but same sort of thing adding different with sports. I want to add different elements. So it's just not considered like hey. We're running now because unfortunately in team sports running associated with we did something wrong right so it's punitive so as long as they make it fun and interesting and varied up in it's not excessive You know would i run you know segments of two hundred three hundred four hundred not really. It doesn't know maybe for a soccer player like i said the midfielder example where the build up volume are specific rugby player. But most of the time. I'm pretty lenient with those distances. And i even like you know. As part of general preparatory phase is like throw them. Ed ball run onto it. Throw the med ball. Run onto it doing segments with throws combine because it does take their mind off the running just chasing the ball and it's an easy way to build up volume and you know qualities. Upper body qualities and It just kind of sets the tone for You know a whole bunch of different activities that we can start separating out later. But i liked the idea that it just works. On general work pass the gets them fit. And then okay. We'll go do a running over here. We'll do our our med ball. Circuits after you finish your ron's And and just make it more interesting that way. But i'm you know i. I am very sensitive about like how are they going to perceive this are they gonna perceive it as having a function or are they going to perceive it as like off just making us run again and then you know when you work with head coaches and sports you wanna make sure they understand your approach to and and try to convince them to get away from punitive running and maybe be more strategic within their practices. Okay we're gonna run now and it's not because you guys were offside on as it's because We have to work on these physiological qualities to help you within your game in the third and fourth order. So as long as i think you just have to be transparent with stuff with the athletes or i think some coaches have been taught in the they learn from whoever coach them that you know you have to be hard and you have to be sneaky and you have to be you to keep them off balance all the time. It's like no you don't like. I mean that's that's going to happen. Through the course of the sport specific stuff anyway the scrimmages and the one on ones and all that so. Let's let's be a little more scientific with the other stuff with the physiological stuff. Yeah i i like what you said there with this the ball during because i think we've all seen it as coach as the he. If you say go run ten to hundreds or something like that you're going to see people like like like especially a team sport athlete. I mean maybe there's some there's some four hundred runners out there certainly like that but it's to to do as soon as you flip the switch and make it a game or just give them something to distract from the what they're actually doing. Just everything changes. And i've always definitely take that to heart even point where in for my track athletes A long time ago. I would have them do a game in the early offices. We just play game once a week. And i bet you they got actually way more quality running in some of them than if we actually do tempo day for for those purposes. So i agree with you on that yeah. It's it's important. Because i think you have to like as a track athlete. I was always thinking about well. How is this going to help me. And so when we had to run. You're like okay. I'm attract athlete. I run so if we're finding around the four hundred meters if somebody through some like two hundred or three hundred four hundreds or even some six hundred you like. Oh that makes sense. But if you're doing that for a team sport athlete like what the heck am. I doing here like this has nothing to do with anything. I do on court or on the on the field. So make it relatable in. Then you're going to get that compliance and that enthusiasm around awesome. Sounds good well. Hey this time just flew by guys. Actually some of the questions. I wanted to ask you. But i know we're a little bit short on time in. It is a sunday. So i think you guys. So much She i feel like i'm going to have some emails to send the after. This whole show is over. But i appreciate you guys is insights and inputs on this whole thing. You know even though. It's an old topic like i think what's old is always knew. It's always nice to learn from these. These staples that have been around. So i don't know if you guys have any closing comments or anything before we get out of here on that type of that idea. But i do appreciate your time is just know what you're doing and understand the context i think is very important before you're willing to criticize cut someone or to reject someones ideas. I think you need to understand their environment their situation. And what is the competitive. Ask of the sport that makes them choose the choices that they make poor training. And i think if you do that then you can really get better at figuring out. Who really understands what they're doing and spoken with. And those who may not really have a clue before you start making lobbing criticism or denying the russia analogy and the logic of their choices. And i think in this day and age we have access to all this information and in some of the information out there comes with a cost so the people are selling things to you. And if you're selling something you have to make it very You know very specific and very focused so that it differentiates you so. I think as a consumer go looking for training methods. You really have to look at things a little more. Broadly nocco. This guy's doing this guy saying nestl. I'm just gonna do that. It's like well take a look at it. Listen to what ryan has to say. Listen to what other people have to say from different sports. And then you have to come up with your own conclusions. It's so easy just to buy into a system and go. this is what i'm doing. I'm one of those guys. So you have to think are gonna tastic way. Thank you guys again. I really appreciate it especially on a sunday hair. So take care we'll Talk to you guys later and thank you again That does it for another show. Thanks for being here. If you enjoyed it you can leave us. A rating a review on i tunes stitcher. Or whatever you listen to. We'd really appreciate it. We will see you guys next week with another great guest.
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And the last congress a year earlier that was called the cares act the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports leaders of the eastern shoshoni tribe in wyoming are used to planning for every dollar that comes their way but not last year. The money came out a quick and it was a flurry that's karen sneider. The tribes pandemic response coordinator. She says the eastern shoshoni received close to fourteen million dollars in badly needed cares. Act he'd but the tribe had just six months to spend it. I just don't think that deadline was ever realistic. Nor was it conducive to us. Doing good planning close to half. The money was paid out directly to tribal citizens and the tribe prepaid for materials in lieber contracts to whether is elders homes ahead of the deadline then just days before that deadline congress extended it by another year to the end of twenty twenty one very counterproductive for them to wait till the final hour. Biden's american rescue plan gives tribes through twenty twenty four to spend their new aid money. Eric hanson researches reservation economics at harvard. He says that timeline allows for spending on what tribal communities really need improvements to healthcare housing and water infrastructure the platform upon which you can lift yourself up going forward but it's not yet completely clear what's allowed and last year. Henson says tribes received little guidance about spending decisions. This time he says treasury should have a team of people in place who are equipped to field an inquiry like that pretty quickly and there was another problem. With last year's cares act. The allocation formula used to divide the money the tribes argued it relied on flawed federal data about each tribes population so many tribes lost out on millions in aid. Some successfully sued the federal government for their fair share. This time around. Karen snyder says she's relieved. The allocation formula will use self reported tribal population numbers. This is the biggest injection of funding into an in country. That's probably gonna ever happen in my lifetime. If the disbursement is done correctly she says the money will be transformative in albuquerque. I'm savannah mar for marketplace and treasury secretary janet yellen is saying that if the biden administration stimulus and infrastructure plans cause interest rates to rise a bit so what. Let me get your her quote to bloomberg news at the g seven meeting this weekend. If we ended up with a slightly higher interest rate environment it would actually be a plus from society's point of view and the fed's point of view unquote. Now stockholders may worry that higher rates may make bonds more attractive but many savers including people on fixed incomes would like interest rates that are not zero and bring higher returns. I'm david brancaccio. You're listening to the marketplace morning. 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Time is Short and the Water Rises -003
"Welcome to Mistry's, myths and more. I'm your narrated. Joyce Keller Walsh, my intention is to use this podcast to tell a story each month, sometimes fiction, sometimes not that. I hope you'll find interesting engaging and provocative. Episode three time is short and the water rises, just imagine. In the midst of very wide river alone. Tree stands half submerged in twenty feet of water next to the tree trunk a small Brown face surrounded by collar of red for emerges from water. It's a drag old howler monkey struggling to swim to safety with one thin arm over another. She climbs her way up the tree and clings limbs entail to a bear branch. What's happened to her jungle? It's gone flooded. There are no other trees. No bushes. No leaves to eat. No buds are flowers. No nuts. No food anywhere. And where are all the others in her troupe? She howls a call to them. But there is no answer frightened and starving the monkey slowly rotates her head looking for land, which he cannot reach what she sees. But doesn't comprehend is the cause of the flood the Athabasca damn the year is nineteen sixty four. The location is Sarim South America. At this time Suriname is still calling the Netherlands independence won't come for another eleven years. Just two years before our story begins Alcoa, the aluminum company of America introduces the first pull tab aluminum can the breweries love it. As do the customers and transformative new industry is launched because the process demands intensive mining of bauxite for aluminum and massive electricity for smelting, the ore Alcoa turns to sirocco its mining subsidiary in Suriname to build a. Hydroelectric dam across the nearly three hundred mile long, sir, number when completed this broke Opondo reservoir will become one of the largest reservoirs in the world the damn closes on February first nineteen sixty four and the water behind the dam has already begun to form a vast spreading lake which will inundate everything behind it people and animals for nearly nine hundred square miles. The Suriname government must relocate some six thousand Sarah Mockus in over forty villages. Located in the flood zone. The ceremonies are the most populous segment of the greater maroon society Maroons are descended from Africans who seized from their native lands in the sixteen hundreds transported to Surinam and elsewhere as slaves and forced to work on the sugar coffee. Cocoa and cotton plantations by the seventeen hundreds many head rebelled and escaped into the primeval rainforest where they set up village. His along the Suriname ver- punishment for recaptured slaves was horrendous, including torture, unto death as a deterrent to others seeking freedom. Those who evaded recapture loot independently out of reach of the plantation owners for the next two hundred years until alco contracts to build the dam surname Commissioner of the broke Opondo district. Dr Yang Nichols is tasked to affect the relocation of the Serra Marcus from their homes to what are called transmigration camps. But there's no government plan to do anything for the thousands of jungle animals who cannot swim to safety and will surely die. However, Mickle is also the secretary of the Suriname humane society concerned for the animals imperil as the damn closes Mickens sends pleased to all other humane societies for cysts. His letter lands on the desk of the president of the Massachusetts society for addiction of animals, Dr Eric Hanson. In Michael's letter. He outlines the urgent problem of the jungle animals ending with the words time is short and the water rises, Dr Hanson immediately coordinates with the newly formed international society for the protection of animals is who's Boston office is in the same building as the MS PCA, Dr Colton butterick the ISP president, and Dr Hanson decide to dispatch someone to assess the situation Suriname and if possible than duct rescue of the animals who they deliver. It would be the most likely candidate. No one has experienced such a jungle rescue project in the most difficult hot and humid tropical terrain. They settle on MSNBC agent. Twenty four year old John Walsh Walsh has been with the MS PCA for over five years has worked in the veterinary hospital there been trained in capturing and tranquilizing domestic animals, and is smart and determined. Plus he's handled Bovina Mus and non venomous snakes something he'd be likely to. Counter in the jungle when John is called into Dr Hansen's office. He finds the MS PCA president will sitting at his desk rocking slightly swivel chair studying paper as John remembers it Dr Hanson said sit down John as he read the paper. He reached up characteristically smooth his white moustache and touch the earpiece of his glasses. He looked up. How would you like to go to Suriname great John answers where after eating MacOS letter to John Hansen walks to the wall and pulls down a world map. He points to a smudge on the northeast shoulder of South America, Nestle between French Kiana and Ghana on the old map, it still reads Dutch Yana as John takes all this in he wonders aloud about the bushmaster snake, quote, they call it the Cobra of the western world, John writes, it said to be the only snake in the Americas that attacks without being provoked. And is very poisonous one. You're not God walls. Hansen answers. If we go into this project, you're to save everything every living creature listen month later, John lands in the capital city, appare Marigot, the first thing he notices after the vibrant colors in the many dialects is the fact that there are no chimneys a curiosity to Walsh who has barely been out of New England. And it's frozen winters after Sesing logistics amounting rescue project in the flood zone of the rainforest. John approaches the challenge with enthusiasm confident he can accomplish the job with the skills and experience he's developed as an MS PC a agent as well as his own innate abilities. But while he's wrangled dogs cats and farm animals, he's never caught a tranquilized jungle animals his never managed such a large scale project, nor can he speak any of the languages Suriname, particularly the colloquial Taki Taki or Serra Khan in truth. Very little has prepared him for this monumental mission in the minds of his superiors. The real question does not so much. Whether Walsh will save the animals, but whether he will survive at all yet the animals are dying. And there is no one else to send contrary to all expectations. Walsh. Fines an immediate affinity for his new environment. Thinking of boyhood tales of adventure. He writes, I love the jungle. I love to lie at night in the cocoon of a hammock and listened to the forest pulse to the frogs and night birds and insects throbbing around me. I like to sit at the base of one hundred foot palm and watching Guti nibble of fern or read Brockett, dear drink from Brooke within I was in love with the jungle long before I saw it the rescue project is named operation Wamba operation jungle animals, and with Commissioner Michel's help John goes about hiring a crew of Saramago's to work with him the first man he hires is a ceremony Willem anisette, Ponza, whom everyone calls Wimpy a short muscular. A man with pierced ear lobes proud and dignified Wimpy is fifteen years older than Walsh. He was to become John writes, my form in my cohort and soon insert on my best friend as Mikko's explained to Wimpy and Taki Taki. What this lanky young Stony wants to do the Saramago? Looks scans that his new employer. Mickens confides to John in English. I'm afraid he thinks you're a little crazy leading the animals go instead of eating them. The next man to join the podcast is a friend of Wimpy's from the same village. Simon Ammann known as Sime he has an amazing physique John thinks as they shake hands. And that quote, here's a man who could wrestle a tape. You're into a cage without too much trouble. It is also apparent that these two friends. Share amused skepticism at the young Americans unlikely attention. These are the first men John has ever hired in Suriname Boston or anywhere, but through pure luck, John rights, they were both. Excellent both were disdained with me through the whole project. More hires follow quickly and John receives the advice of American friend living in Suriname to interest the men in working with him whether than four him John immediately decides that in his words, I I wouldn't ask them in to do anything. I wouldn't do and second I talked to surpass them encouraged to gain the respect John's initial job is to set up a base camp on an island as the water rises. The camps will be relocated to higher and higher. Ground father and farther away from the dam emission Nichols, assigns of government worker, rob debruyn to serve as a liaison between them and initially helped with the translation as he speaks talky, talky Dutch English and some Hindustani Walsh quickly learns to communicate with the ceremonies and Taki Taki and sir mccown, but never does. Learn Dutch before getting underway. John teaches men how to use catchall polls to sneer the animals. Out of the trees and in the water, which they reached by motorized dugout canoes. He sets up various teams to capture the animals and to feed and maintain them until they release several months in Walsh writes in his report back to Boston. Finally, we're beginning to understand what capturing animals in the jungle all about we've pretty well worked out, which acquit is useful. And which is burdensome we know what kind of animal to expect on what kind of island and the spirit of men couldn't be higher. They believe that with the equipment and with my election. We can catch any animal in the jungle. And you know, what I'm beginning to believe it myself over time, they become so proficient in capturing and we locating animals that the project Garner's headlines in the worldwide media Queen Juliana and prince Bernard of the Nolan's come to visit the jungle camp as a parade of journalists on his national TV show. Twentieth century Walter Cronkite presents documentary on operation Gomba. Filmed by famed wildlife, photographer hope Ryden newspapers, and magazines including life, National Geographic, Newsweek and time as well. As other international periodicals feature stories on the dramatic rescue. However by mid project conditions begin to change funded solely by charitable donations money for the rescue is running out and John cannot pay his men the water behind the dam is rising faster, and they must work harder. And longer to get to the animals, then the rainy season comes rusting the equipment hindering their work bringing disease. John writes, the rain continued through the fall into what I used to know as winter. And the emitted never dropped the dampness never baited, the musty moldy, smell never disappeared are closed began to rot. And then I developed tropical fungus I'd scratch in a layer of skin would come off problems that were minor during the dry season grew gigantic during the endless rain, the vampire, bats. Always bothersome suddenly became infuriating simple troubles connected. With getting drink of water seemed to grow enormous and dysentery was constant nuisance. We kept working through the rainy season, he writes, but it was hard strenuous discouraging by then this air, Marcus wanted to go home, so John decides to give some of them of occasion in advance of the new year while a small crew stays on to continue the rescue work sometime around then John writes, my chronic diarrhea developed into something else throbbing headache aching joints, sore muscles, the nausea, vomiting, chills and fever. Finally sent him into town to see the doctor. He is immediately hospitalized. It's dengue fever, a mosquito borne disease sometimes called breakbone fever from the severe joint pains. There is at this time, no vaccine and no specific treatment regimen of than the rest in hydration, although rarely fatal the recovery period can be difficult. Subject to relapse, but after several days, John feels much better and is ready to resume work. And then he relapses I was as sick as ever with temperature of a hundred and three degrees. But with an added curlicue Arash over my entire body. My spleen was enlarged to it takes total three weeks to get better. Meanwhile, Dom passes his twenty fifth birthday in the hospital three weeks away from camp seems like an eternity three weeks since John sent the men home to the villages with a back. He truly doesn't know. And he is worried they had all been pretty discouraged during the rainy season during the working dawn to dusk months on the project. The men are clawed and bitten during the annual captures. They suffer stings and sores from fleas ticks mosquitos driver, ants, wasps vampire beds. They get cuts in bites from the piranha in the water, yet, parasites worms and dysentery and subsist as. John does on a steady diet of rice and salted pigtails pigtails and rice, why would they come back leaving the hospital? No one shows up to take John back to camp. So he catches a ride in dugout from one of the Serra Marcus who work at the dam is overwhelming fear is that he'll find the camp empty, and then what will he do start over as dugout approaches? The entrance to the camp generates I saw Tonia Kanda one of the team caulking dugout with tar when he saw me he bellowed and from up on the hill. The call was repeated and whooping and shouting the guys came down sit down the hill of the thirty seven men who left thirty one came back. So along with the steadfast Wimpy and Sime John and the team carry on sometimes without pay for long periods of time. The doesn't government funded it's paid for in the main by individual donations. And there are times when there is no money back in Boston fundraiser, Bob Smith, does everything he can to increase donations of the many corporations, he solicits for assistance, only one contributes anything to the project, and that's total of five cases dog food. Smith calls every donor on record to ask for help. One of the heart warming examples of support comes from school children across America, the tickly through the weekly reader a newspaper that augment s- classroom. Curricula youngsters and small amounts of money to adopt a wild animal which significantly helps the project to go on among the rescued animals is a dog John fine stranded on the top of a roof of a submerged village to. Far from land with nowhere to go. The dog has been the from within twenty days eating insects, whatever floats by. From his dugout canoe. John says I saw her from fifty yards away a small Brown creature half sitting half lying along the ridge pole of a submerged hut. I saw she was dying from hunger. She didn't move at first. Then I said her hither beke Dogu, which means little dog, and Sara Khan and her ears brick forward. She was too weak to stand piggies full name came to be according to John's crew, and I am approximating here picky Dugway for Funaki young sunny Baugh, which means that little dog of yours is stealing my food again boss after the project is over John brings her home to live the rest of her life with him. And then us and picky becomes the unofficial co host of his PBS TV show Walsh's animals and has her very own van club. John lives in the jungle for a period of eighteen months by the end, he and his company Serra, Marcus have successfully rescued and relocated nine. Thousand seven hundred thirty seven animals of thirty species from sloths and Brockett dear to armadillos Jaguar snakes, including Bush, masters, ant, eaters and four hundred ninety seven red howler monkeys. The full story of operation Wamba is described in the nineteen sixty seven book by John Walsh with Robert Gannon appropriately titled in Amish yon Nichols time is short and the water rises, sadly it's out of print now. But at the time, it was translated into seven languages became a bestseller and was openly condensed redesign just. John went on with his lifelong Korean animal protection becoming the international projects director for animals in disaster in the western hemisphere as ISP amorphous into whisper the world society for the protection of animals and currently W A P world animal protection, he conducted similar animal rescue project called operation Noah to with a team of kunas the indigenous people of Panama during the construction of the Bianco hydroelectric dam and from that project. He brought home another tough little jungle dog that rescued named Bion. Oh nicknamed bow saw who also lived with us until the end of her life. Not only John rescue animals in natural disasters such as earthquakes, impro- and Japan. But also in warzone such as the conflict in Bosnia Herzegovina and the first Gulf war. Nova televised an hour long special filmed by alma Taft, called Saddam's wore on wildlife about John's role during the oil spill along the coast of Kuwait and Saudi. Arabia. There have been many notable events in John Walsh's career, including monitoring the Canadian seal hunt being among the first American representatives for protection at the international will commission meetings, helping to write the marine mammal Protection Act over a fifty year dedication to professional animal protection. There are really too many accomplishments to enumerate although retired. Now, John will always continue his efforts on behalf of animals as for the displaced ceremony villages. What of them? As one might expect forced migration away from the villages. Did not go that well, Andrew west all in his two thousand eight book the river bones depicts, a population of Saramago's unadapted to life in an urban environment in Paramaribo exposed to drugs and trapped by unemployment after independence in nineteen seventy five Suriname went through a turbulent time in a series of military coups then from nineteen eighty six to nineteen Ninety-two the Maroons in the interior near the border Surinam and French Yana initiated an anti-government rebellion. It ended in a treaty with Maroons ceding to the government many rights to their land, minerals and other natural resources host civil-war-like for the defeated. Maroons has reportedly been a descent into many of the societal ills that come from poverty, lack of adequate education and poor medical care in June two thousand six along. And fascinating case was brought by the inter American commission on human rights for reparations to twelve Saramago clans against the Republic of Suriname. It was argued before the inter American court on human rights, citing significant damage done in every aspect of their lives from the building of the dam in a groundbreaking ruling the court decided that Suriname had violated the property rights of the ceremonies and other tribal people by granting concessions on tribal territory for logging and mining it ordered the Suriname government to cease granting these concessions and to compensate the tribes for damage caused to date not all of the courts directors have been complied with. However, the ruling has upheld the rights of indigenous people whose cases are now being argued legally throughout the world. What in the end did operating accomplish, first and foremost, some ten thousand animals who would have perished were saved. And we ll. Okay. It as Dr Colton butterick, then president of Ispra wrote in the forward to John's book operation Gwamboa was the largest and probably the most dangerous animal rescue project ever attempted and it had proved to be mission possible. The other achievement is less tangible as Commissioner Nichols told a New York Times reporter regarding the sentimental impulse to save animals. Who people say that only old ladies would give money for project to save the animals, and yet, you know, what abo- Connie the grummin of the Saramago's. That's the chief of all the villages along the Suriname river said to me we used to sit around at night and talk about many things he said he felt that God didn't intend for the animals to die. And that is very remarkable thing to say because to him and all this Marcus, the word Wamba means not only animals, but food, and you certainly can't accuse Connie of being sentimental the end. Well, not quite the headquarters of world animal protection are still in London. But the US offices have moved from Boston to New York. The MS PCA, however is still located in Boston where John did all of his training if you'd like to use some actual footage of operation Wamba as shown on Walter Cronkite, spoke them you can follow. Oh, the show link at the end of this podcast or go to YouTube and enter operation Wamba, the title will be in Spanish, but the program is an English. Please be advised that fifty years ago in Suriname, the Saramago's indeed, all the Maroons were called Bushney grows. You will hear that in the documentary? The term was of course, colonial not unlike here in the United States. Fortunately, it is no longer used and if you'd like to learn about an animal rescue project in the wake of the destructive nineteen Ninety-seven volcanic eruption on the island of Montserrat. You will find a riveting description of that effort by Sarah Schweitzer on the website, truly adventurous. You will also find a link to that show in the show notes to this podcast. I hope you'll return next month to hear episode for titled life upon the wicked stage. If you like this podcast, please download and subscribe, it's free and you'll find it on your favorite directories such as apple Google, Stitcher. Tune in and more to learn more about me and my books. Go to Joyce, Walsh dot com.
6-10-21 The Mike Gallagher Show Hour 2
"Is podcast is a production of the salem podcast network for more podcast like this. From courageous for of conservative reason visit salem podcast network dot com. This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it. All this is the mike gallagher. Show a lot of what you're seeing as a tax on me quite frankly or attacks on science dovetail foulsham each to cut the crap. This isn't about dr fauci. it's not about its feelings. No maybe he audubon emotional support president combo harris back in the united states after a trip to guatemala and mexico. Some of what she said on the trip has white house. Insiders plex from the relief factor dot com studios. Here's mike gallagher. Little perplexed about the state of america here on june the tenth. Twenty twenty one. Here's a headline from the new york. Post trump hails exoneration quote unquote after the inspector general found that. Dc's lafayette park was not cleared for the event where he showed support for the church that had been damaged the day before by black lives matter protesters that got turned into such a a weapon in attacking the trump administration and in a little noticed. Follow up an internal government investigation determined. There's no evidence whatsoever that the protesters were forced out of the park near the white house to clear the way for president trump to show his support for the church had nothing to do. There was no in the interior department. Inspector general mark lee green blat released thirty seven page report. That said that the clear out had nothing to do with trump's photo op. Oh you mean it was probably had to do with their violent behavior. the protesters no no tell me more. Tell me that you're pulling our leg. And here's a senator. Tom cotton writing for national review speaking of vindication the wuhan labs are the prime suspects for corona virus as they have been from the very beginning lab league theory proponents own. Donald trump have been vindicated. According to tom cotton. Here's another study on the subject of covid. This is not good news for dear friends of mine who followed the doctor's advice they were given even with covid scientists from the cleveland clinic. A world renowned clinic found vaccinating those who had been infected with covid nineteen offers no additional benefits to the individual. But what about how. Dr fauci is very angry. He's upset at being criticized. Because you don't criticize people like tony. She just like you. don't criticize people like kamala harris. She's still reeling from lester. Holt clobbering her with wanting to know when you're going to finally go to. The border prompting her goofy response. Why haven't been to europe either. She was just flabbergasted that somebody from. Nbc news would dare to say that. You don't challenge people like this. You don't challenge biden course poor biden's trying to wonder who ordered the veal cutlet. He's telling us he's he's won't roaming around with world leaders say i forget. I'm president yesterday in england. He's he's talking to. I guess cadets with the us transportation command. Here's cut number six. The this is your president. Hope you're happy. I know your next assignment is transportation. Command start soon. So congratulations and thank you. Thank you thank you and sidney. Fourteen years old. i was fourteen. If you please daddy's i keep forgetting i'm president. Well we don't we want to. We wish we could forget your president. We're wishing we could forget. The events that led to november the third. We wish that we didn't see the perfect storm of covid upending election laws and changing the way the whole world is changing. I drove into work this morning. Listening to my pal. Mark davis talk about and he's not wrong extolling the virtues of working from home. You realize they're going to be people. Never go back to the office again. They're going to be complicated pavlina smiling over there on the screen. See i could see her. I she. Eric i can see tracy i can see. Derek i can see eric but you know what we're in. We're in eight different word. One two three four five six locations in america all working our jobs and hate to break to you. they've never been more efficient. Pavlina has never. She's already good. She's never been as good as she is now as the video producer airing all the video clips and do it all that she does. Eric hanson poor guy. He's never left the office. But eric is the rock of this operation speaking his operation. I just have to. I hate to our own horn. But i am so humbled and beyond grateful at being listed as number seven. On the talkers. Manual talkers magazine. Annual one hundred most important radio talk show host in america. It's called the heavy hundred list. It's a great honor. You know movies. The motion pictures have the oscars tv. Tv has the emmy's we have the heavy hundred list and little. Oh mike gallagher is number seven on the list of one hundred most important radio talk show host in the country and that is such an incredible honor. We're going to talk a little bit too. Michael harrison from talkers magazine. That's a tough task to come up with a list of a bunch of blow hards and a bunch of egomaniacal narcissist should how you rank them one through one hundred But we are really really excited about it. It's a it's something that goes back. Many years to the days. That i worked as a local host in south carolina and then in albany and when i first started making that list was such a big deal. I remember my my denise. And i were so we're happy and so i'm on the list. I'm ninety three whatever it was and now all all these years later number seven on the list and we are just just profoundly grateful to you because you made it happen and you've made all this happen. You're the reason we come to work every day. I don't wanna ever lose sight of the importance of our customer. And you're our customer and i'm grateful to you for everything you do including the extraordinary achievement of we are today could be the day that we pass. A quarter of a million dollars raised to send over twelve hundred and fifty children to summer camp for the prison fellowship ministry. We are right now at one thousand two hundred and thirty four kids. We're sixteen kids away. And i promise when we hit twelve fifty. I'm gonna get off your back. I'm gonna stop haranguing you to lift these young children up. Who are the children of prisoners in the country by sending them to a week of summer. Camp with your sponsorship. It's two hundred dollars or sponsor a kid. You've done it again. You are coming through like well. No other audience has come through one two three four right now. We're at twelve hundred and thirty four kids. If we hit twelve hundred and fifty children's sponsored that means you will have donated over a quarter of a million dollars twelve hundred and fifty kids at two hundred dollars a child. That's two hundred and fifty thousand dollars that you've donated to the prison fellowship ministry mike gallagher show campaign about three and a half weeks that's incredible that is astounding and i am overwhelmed by your graciousness and your goodness and your generosity. I started the day challenging. My buddy. Joey hudson he popped in one thousand sponsor. Five kids matched him with a thousand sponsor five more. Maybe we'll have some people that'll do that. Patty and from clemson south carolina. Our dear dear friends from south carolina. They matched the thousand. Maybe today the day we have a bunch of thousand dollar matches And we'll get way over but listen. Today's the day that we're going to be able to say we did it. We raise a quarter of a million dollars for these deserving children and exposing these kids to the word of god and the goodness of god and the gration of god's redemption. They're going to have a week of fun canoeing and being outside. Please go to mike. Online dot com. Click on the angel tree. Better make a difference in the life of prisoners child. Maybe we'll hit that quarter of a million dollars this hour as as a celebration. Maybe you'll want to do it. In honor of trumping vindicated. I mean this headline trump hails exoneration quote unquote. It's that's not alleged exoneration. He was completely exonerated. He sent out a message. Thank you to the department of interior inspector general for completely and totally exonerated me in the clearing of lafayette park trump had nothing. No nothing to that lie. How many lives have they told. Hydroxychloroquine doesn't work. Well now studies showing it does. All that was trump the wuhan lab responsible for the virus. It wasn't that was trump. My goodness how lies are going to be proven lies before the american people say enough no wonder capital hill. Aides in an overwhelming percentage. Believe that we're going to retake the house in just a few short months in twenty twenty two. Got a lot to talk about here. On this thursday. Episode of the mike gallagher show in the relieffactor dot com studios. Here's our number one. Eight hundred six five five mike in seventeen past the hour. Eight hundred six five five six four five three. I don't even wanna play a montage. I'm sure it's out there. I don't wanna even play the montage of all the journalists and the trump painters who said look at how trump cleared out peaceful protesters from lafayette park. You mean they weren't peaceful protesters. Oh where they rioting were. 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Four for relief factor. Gallagher is god's gift to the left. Yep jane fonda revealed a lot about the left cove. It is god's gift to the left lane is usually in california goofball gavin newsom and the the loonies in california. They're gonna make kids where masks in the fall despite these plummeting numbers despite this virus finally under control. They're gonna make kids in california. Wear masks it's going to be the virtue but aren't they aren't they gonna fade away aren't these aren't these crazies. Gotta just kind of fade away and people are realizing what a joke. It's it is to continue to virtue. signal this way. Cdc guidance they say oh cdc guidance despite encouraging vaccinated people to ditch masks for nearly all activities the cdc recommends that everyone keeps masking up in schools for the foreseeable future. Oh i guess. They ignore their own science. These people don't know what they're doing and when fau she cut to. here's With a salivating chuck todd. Oh doctors folks your show and brave and wise. Chuck todd. my gosh. what a joke. He's he's about the worst. Here's foul with chucky todd on msnbc. It's very dangerous chuck because a lot of what you're seeing as attacks on me quite frankly are attacks on science because all of the things that i have spoken about consistently from the very beginning have been fundamentally based on science. Sometimes those things go after the science jeff europe pay you doing jeff by mike about you today. Budding pretty good. What do you think about dr fauci. Not happy about his criticism used to be getting. I don't care what he's done. Happy but i'm happy to be free lived in florida but i got a comparison. Dr patrick reminds me of simon bar sinister. The villain and underdog. He looks like the come to think of it. There's there's a similarity there isn't it diamond. I'm i'm in no position to make fun anybody's appearance but yet come to think of it. He looks a little bit like simon bar sinister. I think you're right by me. I was watching it on the chuck. Todd show a picture up seen it does. He's got the white lab coat on and the dark eyebrows and the the the high forehead. Jeff you're onto something then we gotta start talking calling dr fauci. Simon bar sinister. How sinister is it to believe to believe that flags are a threat. They're doubling down on that. Stick around and look at where we are one thousand two hundred and thirty seven kids. Hey sunny halston a lot of racist mike gallagher. Listeners are sending black and brown white kids to summer camp. Did you hear the mike gallagher show. What's an assault weapon. Senator the bill to ban assault. What is your husband's the pages. No way could define the salt weapons. You don't have any running this agency and you don't have a definition of salt weapon. I'll give you one. Definition that eighteen year definitions. I can give you one definite. Vote for him. We'll get an answering the relieffactor dot com studios. Here's mike man. I like that guy. We gotta get senator. John kennedy here on the mike gallagher show. I wonder if we'll give us fifteen minutes. You think he will he might. He might busy guys on fox a lot. He fired back at faucher yesterday. Boy the caller was right. What's the name of the character again with the lab coat. What's the character. Who is it. What what what sinister sam. Who is it again. We got that that works. So here's simon bar sinister. Thank you tracy. I simon bar senate signer simon bar. Sinister got it. That's very funny. That's who that's dr fauci. So here's senator kennedy cut fifteen calling foul she out yesterday saying enough this last night on sean hannity show on the fox. News channel dumped found. She needs to cut the crap. The sitting about dr algae. It's not about his feelings. And i'm sure if his feelings were hurt. No maybe he audubon emotional support pony. But we're not debating dance moves on tiktok we're talking about millions of human lives and here's what we know. Dr fauci gave a lot a us taxpayer money to the wuhan lab for chinese scientists to research corona virus. Neither dr fauci nor any of us people can guarantee us that the chinese scientists didn't use that money to gain of function research. Interna a normal virus and do a supercharge virus is right now. Maybe the first thing. I'll ask senator kennedy if we can get him is what he makes of. Tv stars who make millions feeling threatened by the american flag. We already know about the new york times columnist and editorial board member mara gay. Who on morning joe on. Msnbc earlier in this week complained about the flags. She saw out on long island. You know over the weekend where we were commemorating the anniversary of d day. But she didn't like that it's disturbing. I saw dozens of american flags. Which you know is just disturbing also justice turban. The message was clear it was. This is my country. It's not your country flying a flag to the left. I guess now means we're pretending it's our country and not your country. I always thought it meant. It was our country all of us even the left. I don't want to exclude mara gaye from being able to celebrate america's greatness. I don't want to exclude sunny halston but sunny austin doesn't like what she sees she doesn't understand why there's any pushback on america shouldn't even understand. Let's play the clip. Here's what number is a guys. I've lost track here. Here's i think it's cut. Oh here it is. Thirteen sean. Hostile on the view yesterday and she's a green with her fellow media. Type that flags are a form of our symbol of white supremacy. And so yes. When i drive into a neighborhood and it's not july fourth and i'm not in a predominantly military household neighborhood and there are flags american flags everywhere alongside trump flags alongside flags with with stars in a circle. I feel threatened because the message is very clear. It's a message of white supremacy. It's a message of racism and it's a message of their country not my country and i don't understand why that would receive backlash people need to listen when i am saying. This is how i feel. This is my experience in this country. How isn't that amazing. Now others cheese such something even more profound in terms of her feelings to whoopi goldberg. And i've got the transcript here. We'll try to get the right clip here for you in a minute. But or the or the the more illustrious example of her contempt for the united states. Whoopi goldberg said to sonny halston. So for many the flag has been a symbol of freedom has taken another meaning sunny and she answered yes it has as meghan mentioned during the last segment when someone of color a black woman is telling you her feelings. People need to listen. And not you know repudiated not say well that cannot be true because you have in many respects. The former disgraced twice impeached. One term president to thank for politicizing the american flag. Here we go again. It's trump's fault. That sunny halston hates the flag. It's trump's fault that mara gaye hates america. She continued remember on january. Sixth just a few months ago you had the capital rioters tearing down the flag and replacing it with the trump flag. They didn't they didn't tear down in american flag. Put up but trump flag. You're lying. You're making crap up as john kennedy would cut the crap you had them beating. The police officers with the american flag was actually a poll. Not the flag. I don't think the cloth is gonna hurt him sunny. That's what was going on on january on january. Sixth it is their country not our country. I remember very well. There was a confederate flag being flown around the united states capitol. Oh don't worry that we got rid of that. You're like the we'll take that down. Everywhere can have a confederate flag. There wasn't a civil war. Didn't happen north-south never happened. Just blink it away shunning. It'll go away. I remember. I was with my children. North carolina in the outer banks with people in pickup trucks with confederate flags flying alongside the us flag. That scared me but scared me. So when i drive into a neighborhood and it's not july fourth and there are flags american flags. I feel threatened. Now listen. I don't doubt that she scared. I really don't i don't i don't doubt that there are people who are still cowering in their basements with nine masks on. They're afraid. I don't believe there are weak. People who cower and are timid and i gue- although she's not timid big mouth with a nasty attitude she's a radical on the view making millions of dollars to run her mouth like we get to do. I don't make millions will make what she makes but good for her. I'm glad she succeeded. I'm glad she makes millions to tell us how terrible america is with its flags and it's patriotism and it's love of country and support of the rule of law and the rejection of rioters and looters and criminals unreal. I'm sorry i'm i'm the this fires me up but it ought to fire you up to eight hundred six five five mike. More coming up. In the relief factor dot com studios surely is the mike gallagher. Show podcast at mike. Online dot com mike gallagher. What flag would need to be flown for them not to be afraid of it. Which country's flag does not inspire fear in them memo kamera gay and sunny. Hush damn right. This is my country. I spent twenty three years in the military defending that flight. Powell fly every day. I love that. I i get so viscerally angry at this. I'm i'm sorry. I'm looking at this number and i'm gonna just say. This is directed to sunny hostile. My listeners are about to surpass a quarter of a million dollars in donations to send over twelve hundred and fifty children to to summer camp and these are the kids have prisoners which means there are a lot of brown and black and white kids. Who are going to get to spend a week at summer camp now. Sunny probably doesn't like it because it's these camps where the kids are also going to learn about the gospel and the word got maybe like that either. I don't know. I don't know what's wrong with people who complain about the american flag like this in symbols patriotism and get a little motion when i think about what this audience is done because the fact of the matter is this audience is comprised of people who are veterans who did fight for their country who are proudly displaying. The american flag and people like sunny hossen are trying to make people like you and me be ashamed of our country and and and be reluctant to fly the flag and this audience has donate listen. These numbers are astounding right now. We're twelve kids away from hitting twelve hundred and fifty kids which means two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in donations in three and a half weeks are you and you are not everybody. We've got listeners of all kinds but this is largely an audience of patriot loving american loving patriots who loved president trump who voted for president trump. Who are disgusted and mortified with the direction of our country and light. Somebody just texted me on the my pillow text line. Hey sonny if you broke off Broke down on the side of the road these people. You're afraid of with the flag on their car. They'd likely pull over and help you in a heartbeat. They don't see you as a black woman. They see you as a fellow american gosh news i would give anything to hit two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in the next five minutes watching this counter. Go to mike. Online dot com. Click on that angel tree. Banner at the top of the page. All i need twelve. We need twelve kids twelve kids. That's twelve america. That means twenty four listeners. If you if i can get twenty four listeners in the next five minutes to pop in one hundred dollars we will hit two hundred and fifty thousand. And i promise. I'll be off your back and we can tell the world that american loving patriots are sending twelve hundred and fifty children to summer camp to the tune of quarter of a million dollars. Yeah that's some racism sunny those flag-waving bigots terrible speaking my pillow. Don't forget the father's day around the corner portions of the mike gallagher show sponsored by my pillow. The my pillow is now twenty nine ninety eight forty dollars off the premium. My pillow is normally sixty nine. Nine hundred eight you'll get it for twenty nine ninety eight when you enter the promo code mike g. Take care of dad for father's day whether it's towels whether it's the giza dream sheets the my slippers or the pillow at south. You're going to get huge discounts when you enter the promo code. Mikeg clock is ticking. Come on chill june twentieth. His father's day take caridad. Mypillow dot com promo code. My g mypillow dot com promo code. Mike g. or call eight hundred nine two eight six. Oh three four eight hundred nine two eight six zero three four promo code mikeg. Here's john on long island where there are flags. John you raise his big you. Oh my son my son through my son and my fifteen year old daughter will hang him every. yes from. What from memorial day veterans day. And i take him down in the winter and that's been my father's an army vet but we're so racist we just see red white and blue and little bit. She no long island new york went red for donald trump. So she's gonna wrong area of low alan and that's why she didn't want to go to long island. That's why that was. That's what put her in a bad mood. She had to leave the starbucks on the upper west side to go out to long island us up in a great town of babylon. We put our veterans up pictures of veterans. And the us that they dedicated their life because service active. Exactly what do you want to know bigotry. John you wanna know bigotry. Let's face it. Sunny hostels a bigot. She thinks she's better than people that fly an american flag selling point on one of these breaks. You gotta play off different round here by riley green. 'cause that's the put on facebook video. And what does facebook do they mutiny. Because you now you know we gotta play. We gotta pull out lee greenwood come on. Let's play it right now. I'm in that mood i want. I want to send a message as i'm waiting in fact. The song's about two minutes long. I'll bet your we're gonna hit two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in donations while we listened to lee lee greenwood. This is of course the anthem. That president trump always uses when he comes out onto stage. You're gonna be seen a lot of this and seen a lot of these rallies coming up and that's pretty exciting stuff. Let's play it. this is for sunny johnson. And please go to mike online dot com as we listened together and sing along make a donation to the angel tree camp. Let's get over a quarter million dollars. Let's show sunny hostile at love and compassion really looks like only gone. Were start again just my children and my school. The flag still can't take that how clean the studio. I thank my lucky stars that I get to live in a country where i can express myself in front of people who lift us up and look at that We are now. I've got two kids away. And i'm sure it's just a matter of the counter catching up one thousand two hundred forty eight kids to kids away. We'll get to twelve fifty and we will have We will have seen this audience. Donate a quarter of a million dollars to send kids to summer camp white kids black kids brown kids asian kids. Thank you for your support for your generosity. I That's what matters the this flag hating america. Hating crab doesn't matter but something like this. That's what matters five minutes before the hour portions of our show brought to you by shalem now in the streets where my father as we talk about fathers day my pillow gifts and all kinds of things to celebrate dad for too many others. It is a day to get through. You have reached out to these children. Many of whom had don't have father fatherless-ness drives a lot of bad outcomes in this country from teen pregnancy to incarceration eighty five percent of kids in prison youths in prison. Come from fatherless homes. As twenty times the national average there is a path forward from these grim statistics. That's why i want you to powerful. 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"This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it. All this. he's the mike gallagher. Show listen to the president's press conference and there were times when i was confused tap into his center. Never been if you wanna do think you need to have weapons to take on the government. You need fifteen. And maybe some nuclear weapons every day. Joe biden is making donald trump look smarter now from the relief factor dot com studios years. Mike gallagher this is the mike. Gallagher highlight show happy independence day. Mike finishing off a well deserved vacation with his long fourth of july weekend. I'm very and this hour. Mike meets up with author and columnist. Victor davis hanson and we'll share the unsettling story of a bonafide racist. But first let's take on probably the most annoying aspect of the pandemic masks. Every expert said masks were and are essential to control the spread of the corona virus. Well not so fast. Here's mine and maybe the virtue signallers with the masks weren't right after all. Here's clay travis. And klay shed something about the masks and about the security blanket for left-wingers. I truly truly understand what clay is talking about. He's right listen to what he said. I don't i don't think people can't can recover. And that's the thing. I mean you've seen people as all of the mask. Mandates have thankfully finally come falling down. You thought there would be a great mass of people running out into the streets to have a great deal of fun. And i think what you're seeing is this has become the security blanket of many left-wingers they need to have the mask on because it gives them an identity it is a security blanket for their life. And it's absolutely ridiculous and absurd. It gives left. The mask gives left wingers an identity now. Do you know why. I think there's truth to this. I've got a friend who is very very left. We don't agree on politics. But we we listen to each other. And i and i admire that about this person because this person is not one of these. I mean. this person isn't really angry. This person is scared. He's a new yorker and he works in an industry that has been decimated by cova and the shutdown. And he's scared. Every time i talked to him. How you doing hanging in my mash gone. We're wearing masks. He would go to some black lives matter rallies in new york after george floyd's death he said by mash gone. Okay good glad you got your mask on well. This may come as a shock to him. New findings reported a university of louisville. Study suggest that masks didn't didn't slow. The spread of cove it at all the study points out that eighty percent of us states mandated masks during the cove in nineteen pandemic and it turns out. The mandates did not predict lower growth rates when community spread was low or high in other words mask mandates and use according to the study from the university of louisville says mask mandates did not are not associated with lower spread among the us states. Our findings do not support the hypothesis. That sars o. V. two transmission rates decrease with greater public mask use the researches researchers stated that masks may promote social cohesion as rallying symbols during a pandemic but risk compensation can occur prolonged mask us four hours a day or more promotes facial alcohol alcohol's ation and inadvertently encourages dehydration which in turn can enhance barrier breakdown and bacterial infection risk. British clinicians reported masks to increase headaches and sweating and decreased cognitive precision. The study noted that mandates put in place by money states were poor predictors of kovic nineteen spread according to the research. Wow now this is. Townhall dot com. This is not on abc world. You'll never see this on cnn. You'll never see this in the washington post. Abc nbc cbs. But you can look it up. It's true it is. i mean. University of louisville is credible university of louisville. This is not some fringe wack job outfit somewhere that nobody ever heard of. These are researchers at the university of louisville. Can you imagine if the masks didn't work after all what's the left gonna do is clay travis right. When he sat on tucker carlson the the mask has become the security blanket for left-wingers it gave them an identity. It's their security blanket for their life. Is that overstating it eight hundred six. Five five mike. Eight hundred six five five six four five three. We have an open line for you here. In the relief factor dot com studios. Let me get your reaction to this. Study from the university of louisville and the assertion that this is the ultimate virtue signal that week people people on the left. I i would add people who are very authoritarian left or right who led all rules rules rules. We gotta do what we're told. We've got to comply. Followers not leaders are infatuated with face masks. Am i wrong. What eight hundred six five five. Mike what do you think of this university of louisville. Study suggesting masks. Well they didn't help at all. Hey brett welcome. What do you think hell no. I'm in the medical field. I know the beginning. And here's what his point across. I off the government fantastic job in scaring people there again and outright fearmongering okay and secondly. There's a study out of john hopkins hospital medicine. You know i you know. I'm a nurse. Okay i've been in the medical field for thirty five years a medic and the army air force surgical nurse for over twenty or thirty years. I've been dealing this crap. I'm done with it. And what really. I'm so i'm so i'll tell you who i think who else. I'm disappointed something medical community all right. Well you can. I say about your field. 'cause you're a nurse let me let me let me hone in on your field right now. Do you realize that many if not most of the nurses the medical professionals i guess doctors aren't even getting the vaccine. That's not. I'm not getting my wife's is a nurse to we're we're not getting it. My daughter's she's in nursing school. We're not we all have code. We're not getting it. I have not get an experimental drug under the eu. Then you had been to be and to be clear here. You had covert absolutely watching. Tuck across what he's saying. Why in the world are people who had covert meeting to get a vaccination. I agree. I have positive three times. My wife tested positive twice. My daughter tested positive twice. Here you are. I you another say breath. He's right. they've scared us. You how scared. I'm a little nervous. And i'm not well. I am kind of normally kind of a nervous person sitting next to the guy on the plane the other day with the socks on that said. Oh wow can't even tell you what the sock said. And i didn't dare put fox news channel on the tv set. 'cause i thought he'll come unglued show. I'm with somebody in close contact. Who told me no vaccine for him hasn't had cove. It's got good genes. Okay so okay good genes. That's good superman. Glad you got good you. Apparently he can't catch cove it now thinking about but it can give it to me. This is the mike. Gallagher highlight show in the relief factor dot com studios coming up. Mike exposes one of the most dangerous in america. That's next on the highlight show. How many years have been telling you about relief. Factor all right. I might have had some hernia issues. I major may still have some hernia of issues but you know what there are millions of people who are struggling with back pain leg pay neck pain. Hip pain pain from exercise at the gym. 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Mike returns live tomorrow. Now let me ask you if there was a dangerous toxic racist hiding in your neighborhood. You'd wanna know it right. What if that racist was the mayor of your town. What if that racist wasn't trying to hide their hate at all. That's exactly what's happening right now. In one of america's largest cities. Here's mike gallagher. We let his country fall apart. These liberals copy full-time. Why is everybody so surprised at laurie. Light but in her bigotry. That's been on public display for the last couple of three years. This caller is show right about the democrats are leading this country fall apart and the the country in major cities all over america being run by real real insidious. Dangerous people now dangerous. It is a mayor of a city. Double down on her racism. She thinks that she's going to make a point about inclusivity and and equity and diversity by banning white reporters from the journalism process. Forget the corrupt media. Forget the beltway. Insiders forget the the establishment in dc that. They're they're a lost cause. We know adjourn chuck. Chuck chuck todd on meet. The press is today's journalism it's all you need to know. But what about the voters. What about the citizens. What about the american people are. They're decent democrats who are mortified at a mayor confirming her own racism and bigotry. One eight hundred six five five mike. Let's start with nick. Nick how are oh fine. Thank you i like to show. Its intelligent and easy to follow. Thank you yeah here in chicago where i live That goes i exist partially but Some of the sessoms very wrong. When i first heard this. I almost couldn't believe it. I thought well that's a little bit too blatant. I thought there's no way she's doing this and then she doubled down nick. Yeah yeah it's been a couple of days now and I thought i saw much confirmed yet. Is pretty much exactly what she said. It is exactly what she said. Then i thought. I thought a white mayor somewhere had said something like well. You know all these people from somebody's liberal stations. Cnn msnbc wanna pick on me and good interviews. And i don't wanna see all these black and brown faces anymore And i just wanna see some conservative white faces and you know i mean right away you know you know what happened to that very probably the same day. He'd be told either you apologize for that profusely or you might have to step down. We'll there'd be outraged there'd be a reaction you know there would be a motion. There'd be outraged there'd be there'd be shocked is anybody shocked that lori lightfoot is is confirming her own bigotry and racism against white people. Wow i mean it's it's and this democrat leadership. Look with georgia. Handed us raphael warnock. Speaking of some graduation ceremony yesterday cut eleven. Listen to this guy. We warned you we went to georgia. Begged georgia's you gotta show up. You gotta go to the polls you cannot put a guy like this into the united states senate mavis be the class that is going to keep fighting to reverse and dismantle the disparities in our healthcare system born out of deeply rooted. Systemic racism goforth. Don't just teach us how to make our way out of cove. Nineteen teach us how to make our way out of covert sixteen nineteen the reference to the sixteen nineteen project which a search that america is fundamentally bad and evil and racist. We built this country. Due to the the the oppression of slaves and we are horrible and we all ought to accept our and be woke and accept our our evilness. The left democrats are what they accuse us of being lori. Lightfoot is a bigot. She's a racist and she's confirming it. She's telling the whole world. Everybody wants to know. No whites permitted my lord. That's democrats. that's the democrat party. Not one democrat will denounce lori lightfoot. I promise you including nancy. Pelosi chuck schumer eight hundred six five five. Mike persons of the mike gallagher show are sponsored by mypillow. Call eight hundred nine two eight six. Oh three four or go to mypillow dot com and use the promo code. Might g coming up. Mike welcomes one of his favourite voices in modern conservatism. You don't wanna miss. Victor davis hanson as he visits the show. That's next right. Here on the mike. Gallagher highlight show. Nobody nobody the mike gallagher show crisis we face today goes to the heart of what kind of nation we will be. It is a question of who rules is it. The globalist tech all lagarde's hollywood executives beholden to china the race radicals who dominate our universities. Fundamentally anti-american media the frail feeble politicians and the marxist children of the left boards at us. The american people a great people a free people who above all care not for money or power before the nation we rolling along the mike gallagher highlight show in the relieffactor dot com studios off today and returns live. Tomorrow i very candid holding it down in the meanwhile with so much swirling around us every day we could all use a clear voice to remind us of our priorities and point us toward the future and i have just what the doctor ordered. Recently mike spoke with columnist and author. Victor davis hanson about the issues. That matter most to america today. Here's mike and victor davis hanson. I never ever want to miss an opportunity or use any excuse to visit with victor davis. Hanson co author commentator. He's authored hundreds of books. Book reviews newspaper editorials senior fellow at the hoover. Institution is focuses classics and military history. But i think has class his his His mastery of clarity and we need some clarity today. Victor davis hanson. Let's start with your background in books and governor. Andrew cuomo pocketed apparently five point. One million dollars For his book about how great his leadership was in the midst of the kovic pandemic while he was a you know essentially making nursing homes except cove in nineteen patients which led to the deaths of. I think the number is fifteen thousand seniors. Victor how does andrew cuomo ever show his face again in public much less. Run again for governor. I don't know i i think they're just. His followers apparently have a religious zeal or religious support. It's faith base is not empirical. I say that. Because by every leftist marker he should be unfit he's chronic sexual harasser which the left says. They have no tolerance for he a book. I think he sold fifty thousand copies as somebody who's written twenty books. I can tell you that on earnings at earned you about one hundred fifty thousand dollars maximum so the idea that he had the i mean especially the publisher got killed on this. I mean they. They got kit. The publisher got killed or are the publisher and the people who supported him felt that there was an investment whether that was political or whatever right there was an investment in his. His success governorship his success. And so i think viability and so i think they felt well. He's if we can promote him and remember. There was a time a lot of this. We have to remember that time. It was when the primary even preceded cova but it carried into kobe when everybody was exploding in the primary and they thought wow this left wing. Agenda is scaring people. Maybe maybe joe biden is going to fail. Maybe we a guy like cuomo. At least maybe for vice-president so there were people in the national scene in the media felt. Let's keep him viable and not report too many things that are bad about because we might need him at a national level at some point. The reaction here in new york has been just outrage including from many democrats who are saying. This is blood money. I mean you. You know this kind of money janice dean meteorologist over fox news. She lost both of her in laws. in an elder care facility In in new york last year and she just the the fury is pretty palpable. But as you say there's a political component to all of this. Let's talk politics cova for a moment if you don't mind i've been wanting to pick your brain over the reaction. The peculiar reaction that people like a mayor lori lightfoot are having to the cdc declaring the other day that masks for vaccinated people are no longer necessary indoors or out and yet he got a lot of democrat leaders who don't seem to be following following. Dare i say following the science. Yeah i think nobody anybody that really has familiar with the left realize that there is no consistent doctrine her ideology other than the question maintenance ins and possession of power. And that's what they want. So when the science they say is in favor of a lockdown that they feel is conducive to their political agendas than therefore when the science changes. Then they're just going to ignore the same thing with the media. Trump is non compos mendez. He's gotta take the montreal cognitive assessment. Dr ye from yale has to assure us at ease an intervention and then joe biden comes along and has trouble sometimes anything sentences and there's just nothing so they don't have a consistency other than they feel. They're in an ideological war. Twenty four seven any means necessary or justified by their noble end. But i'll show you an emerging theme from a lot of my listeners. A lot of callers. Shay this is not about cove. It's about power it's about. It's about making sure that americans are subservient to their leadership could is that tune nefarious a theory. Or do you think that that that holds up. No i think that holds up that that you of. Cbs poll the other day. Show that on every single issue. They don't have fifty percent and that's what we learned in the democratic primary. That's why they got joe. Biden is sort of a vendor to carry them across the finish line and hide their true of agendas as long as there was the election and the transition they would lectures about donald trump. Donald trump donald trump joe biden from scranton moderate moderate and then that was over with during the real governance then they had to have an agenda and trump was not an office that kobe was winding down. The pandemic was less name. The quarantine was lifting and we saw what they were. I mean it was. It was an agenda that most americans didn't like and they pushed it and now they decided while nobody likes us. we can't blame. Don't trump. there's no more emergency with lockdown quarantine. and we really need to change either the system. That is a national voter law. Pakhtakor give you the filibuster electoral call. Or we've got a ram more these executive orders down everybody's throat or we gotta terrify everybody. That were under siege by the all or there's donald trump or races under your bed at night. That gonna do something because they cannot run on those issues of the border our energy or the economy or the middle east any of them. Joe biden is sort of the anti midas touch everything he touches turns to stone which is ironically what. They accused trump of having the same malady. That was what they said. That's what the left and the trump haters even the never trump republicans said that and yet i don't remember this kind of turmoil in the middle east During the four years of the trump presidency. I don't remember these jobs. Numbers crashing the way. The april numbers did. I don't remember the kind of chaos at the border during the four years of donald trump. Victor davis hanson. Will americans. Remember this when it comes time to go back to the ballot box in two thousand twenty two. We're we're not far away from that. I think they did. In two thousand ten and obama had a much greater mandate. He had control both houses with much wider margins and they really gave him. They gave him the worst midterm verdict. Since fdr do you think. That's i. i do what i my. I worry as the country. And i think we're going to get about a twelve percent ten to twelve percent inflation and that's going to be a stagflation airy inflation because i think we're gonna see high unemployment and yet shortage of workers and then we're going to have producers of similar and the productive plaza. You know what. I'm scared of the corporate tax. Talk the personal talk. The capital gains talk. The regulations talk. I don't think i'm going to expand take a take a risk not with this even despite the huge demand so print money and then discourage people to work and you've got the ingredients were terrible economy. Let me give you the talk radio pushback to to you and me. You know being cautiously optimistic. I think about twenty twenty two. It's going to be here before we know it. Here's what a talk radio listener says. mike. I don't i don't trust frankly. The outcome of twenty twenty. Why should i go back to the to the polls and expect my vote to matter in twenty twenty two now before people get all hysterical about gallagher and victor davis hanson talking about election integrity. You know no less people than nancy. Pelosi and hillary clinton challenged the veracity of the two thousand sixteen election. But of course not that liz. Cheney seemed to notice then what do you say to a listener. Who says to an american. Who says guys. I gotta get our country back. But i don't know that. I trust the election process. Well that would be like saying that. I went on a b seventeen mission and we lost too many planes where we're going to quit because it's not fair up there. That's a reason to go out and vote because if you believe that the left has undue influence in the election then you have to ensure that you and your friends and everybody else vote and such overwhelming numbers that even the left can't figure way out to cheat cheat and what you don't want to do and i think that happened a little bit in georgia election and say you know what i'm so discouraged over the national alexa. I'm just going to stay home in georgia. And what did we get. As a result we got a democratic congress in two of the most left-wing centers from all places georgia so that that's a prescription for surrender. And i think i'd rather die on my feet than live on my neagh. No kidding never surrender. Never give up. And you know back to your point about the biden agenda bec- being as radical as we feared it would be you. You're getting the seal of approval for the the biden leftist progressive agenda from people like even elizabeth warren the most radical the bunch one of the most the other night on stephen colbert said. She's pleasantly surprised at how progressive the biden agenda it. I think they are surprised because remember every single one of them gave us a clear picture. What they were about in the democratic primary and the american people. And i should say the most left of the american people were terrified of them and so they brought in joe biden they brought in michael bloomberg they were desperate to get somebody to hush all that up and then i think biden sort of did a devil's bargain said you know what if you guys are behind me. I'll carry across the finish line and then you can have your agenda. And that's what they did but when they're over and they're transparent about their gender nobody wants it and i think that's a problem right now. They they don't know how to hide. It just changed the system. Let in dc pakhtakor do anything but take these issues and run on them because they're not gonna find support they're just not going to get it vital question and i gotta get the victor davis hanson. Take on vaccine hesitancy. We've got a president. I mean this was. This was joe. Biden's promise and this is a promise. That was a little bit scary. I mean let's listen to. He said those who are not vaccinated. We'll end up paying the price those who are not vaccinated. We'll end up paying the price. What do you think he means. Do you think he's talking about that from a health perspective or is he talking about real world consequences from people who choose not to get a vaccine. I think it's a mixture of all. I think he thinks that we're going to have protocols in place that make it very uncomfortable for people to participate in the american experience without a vaccine but the left's on the one hand says everybody has to be vaccinated and we're going to use government to ensure that's happening but then if that were to happen we would lose control over our influence over the personal lives of people so we really don't want that either so they got this garbled meshes get vaccinated but even if you do. We're still going to be right in your living room with you telling you what to do. And that's not going to encourage people to get vaccinated. Interestingly and maybe this is the canary in the coal mine the br- the broadway community is struggling with how to come back here in new york with theater. And i'm a big theater geek. So i bought tickets now too. So i'm gonna see music man and a latin on hamilton. I'm going back. And i got a notification this morning about my tickets and what they're saying as a community and understand. Victor you got the actors equity got the unions. You got all this wobbly about how we how do we go back to theaters. What they're saying the three pillars the only thing they said about going back into into broadway theaters coming in september. Is they're gonna make everybody. Get their hands sanitized when they walk through the door except medical exemptions will be allowed for that and you'll have to be fully masked for the entire performance but nothing about a vaccine requirement. Isn't that interesting. Yeah it is it. Is i think a lot of people are getting scared. Here in california. The teachers union said. We can't go back. We cannot go back unless we get back. We get all vaccinations at the front of the line. They got that then. They said we couldn't go back unless the students get back stated then i think we've had point zero zero zero zero zero one of students people below the age of fifteen who had serious cases of culbert of all the cases almost nonexistent. And what's happened is public opinion turned against them. Whether it's mothers and says i can't go to work if my kids are home all day long or special needs parents and said my kids have regressed back years to where they were before the lockdown. So there's no sympathy for a lot of these traditionally liberal groups that have been very confused in the messaging. I would say to. I think a lot of people just got nearer to the idea. You got just kind of stay home whether that's successful. People who get zoomed from home or the people who lost their job in our public support. It's kind of a national malays inert idea about how the world works. It's going to be very hard you know. It's like an athlete that was dropped trim. And you just let him sleep all day and pay paid his salary. Then you go out and run the fifty yard dash or go play. Football apparently worked for joe biden. What a strategy a campaign strategy. Stay home in the basement. It worked at home in the basement. Victor davis hanson. I consider any bit of time. I could spend with you joy in a blessing. Thanks so much for giving us some time here. On the mike gallagher. Show keep fighting the good pfizer. Thank you and of course. This interview is part of mike's backstage. Pass podcast subscribe. To all of mike's podcasts at mike online dot com or wherever you get your podcast. More of the highlights show right. After this mike gallagher every single day i get testimonial emails text messages. Even phone calls from people thanking me for telling them all about mike lindell and his story and the story of my pillow. Portions of the mike. 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9-06-21 The Mike Gallagher Show Hour 2
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We have so much to bring you this hour including an interview as one of the most discuss political figures in america today but first corona viruses up ended our country and its effects have been felt more profoundly in your kid's school than probably anywhere else but not all parents are taking it. Lying down mike. Welcome rachel pisani one. Such virginia parent. Here's their conversation story out of loudon. Virginia has been something that has gotten a lot of national headlines. The embattled school board of virginia's loudon county cutoff public comments during a fiery meeting residents traded. Barbs over all kinds of policy proposals particularly the critical race theory. Rachel johnny is a mom and virginia has three kids that attend loudon county public schools elementary middle and high school so her kids run the gamut. She was there at attended the school board meeting. We thought to be really interesting to get her perspective on what happened. Rachel thanks very much for joining us. Did you expect the loudon county school board meeting to go viral like this. I don't know that anybody expected it to go viral. It has gone viral as the kids. Say it has gone. It has been seen far and wide. The the the image of seen parents dragged out of a school board meeting being arrested by the police. I really really ugly. And i've seen a lot of ugly comments online about the police officers which i hate. 'cause i'm real pro police and we do a lot to to benefit law enforcement on this show and yet. The police are sort of put. An really untenable situation. Can you give me your overview as a mom with kids that are in elementary middle and high school in loudon county. Virginia give me your big takeaway over what happened and what you see happening. Moving forward in loudon county virginia. Thank you mike You know this is. This is really prevalent all across our country. What's happening is they're trying to. Silence us Anyone that differs in opinion needs to be silenced in their opinion. And what happened this week in loudon county is just an example of people speaking. They didn't like it actually stopped. The meeting a stopped and they adjourned the public comment. Area that that topic Based on the fact that people were clapping for someone that spoke up and it really is because they didn't like what was being said so instead of sitting there as a public servant what they were elected in put into office to do And hear from the parents and their constituents they decided to shut it down and when they shut it down we said you know we're gonna we're gonna still say this to each other. We're going to be heard with the school board. Wants to hear us or not. We're going to Tell each other how we feel about what's happening in our county which we have a right to do. We were in public grounds. We were in a public building for public comment and they essentially declared it unlawful to be there and so the police had no other alter. I mean the police were just doing their job. They were told to rest anyone that wouldn't leave the the school board shares. Woman named brenda sheridan. And she's not backing down at all in fact indeed they're doubling down on the school board. She said tonight the this is how she responded. Apparently she said quote the loudon county. School board meeting was interrupted by those who wish to use the public comment period to disrupt our work and disrespect each other. She said dog whistle. Politics will not delay work. We will not back down from fighting for the rights of our students and continuing our focus on equity to pardon. Like let me go ahead. Let me ask you this. What is their work. Because for the past year and a half it took us fighting to get our students to even get back into a hybrid schedule. They couldn't even focus on our education. What is their work. Exactly their work. Bagley is to listen to their parents who actually are the constituents and the voices of their children. The school board is not the voice of my child. Well and i'd like to also ask you about two fundamental aspects of her statement number one. How how did you interrupt those. Who are using the public comment period. How did you disrupt their work. And how did you disrespect each other. Actually we didn't disrespect each other. Actually we started singing the star spangled banner winding ono. No wonder they were triggered. No yeah you can avoid honor our country. God forbid we honor our flag well. That's that was a dog whistle. You're that that's a dog whistle right. There only appalling. That parents would want to do that. I mean this is what they're doing is exactly what they've done for the last year and a half wanna sutton says they want to have their own agenda bake. 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Let's get back to mike and rachel for the benefit of people who may not have been following this extraordinary story critical race theory. it is You know being pooh-poohed by a lot of people in the media and the left. Aw the concern has just trump supporters. That's just right wingers. There's a lot of democrats that i've heard from day. In and day out who were deeply concerned about critical race theory urine involved engaged parent clearly. You're a professional. Please communicate to us in your from your perspective. Rachel pizani what is critical race theory. And why is it so harmful to our kids said critical race theory. Actually indoctrinating our children to tell them that. If you are white you are an oppressor urinate louis designed to be racist and if you are black are oppressed in other words you will never have the opportunities that the white person has and the the little boy or the little girl that's sitting beside you and your classroom is the reason why this is why it's such a divisive and in itself. It's completely racist. well it is. I mean that's what i love about. People who screen ration- are often guilty of the racism themselves. I mean this is the quintessential projection. How can you condemn children who've done nothing wrong. How do you make victims and oppressors out of kids in elementary school. This is what fired me up. This is what got me initially so upset. I watch my ten year. Old son play football with little boys from every race from every walk of life every religion. And i watched them as they help each other up on the field when they get knocked down. I watched them give each other high fives. I watched them do chest thumps right they are not thinking. Oh you're black. So i can't touch you or oh you're less than me. Guess what they've got. Blacks whites hindus. Muslims christians jews. They're all playing together and they're all respecting each other. They're caring for each other. Why would you put such a divisive theory or ideology into a school system. Where you've got children that stand side-by-side why. Why are you doing that but this is the school board is not just doing that with race. They're doing that with grades. They're taking out our. Ap classes are accelerated classes. You can't even take accelerated classes next year until you're in eleventh grade essentially it's not good enough that we're not even in the top ten for science math. Are we really educating our children. What are school boards should be focused on is why loudon county is not even on the top five of schools. Six years ago. I relocated back to loudon county just for their school districts and now we're at the lowest in the country. Let's go back to the defense or the excuse or the explanation. That critical race theory is even being taught. I've heard that excuse a lot. I understand that an organization that's fighting back against critical race theory found an obtained an invoice showing the school districts diversity. Consultancy was billed for quote coaching support for loudon county public school leaders follow up meetings focused on critical race theory development for may of twenty twenty. That was built at six hundred twenty five dollars per hour for five hours of work as the kids like to say. Hey rachel you guys have the receipts. Don't you we do we do. I mean so. They have not only paid for that training and coaching but they have taught it to the teachers. If the teachers refused to teach this in their classrooms that is grounds for termination. Now you know. I gotta believe though that as unpleasant as this is is for for all of the parents and the kids in the community of loudon county virginia. You've got to be sort of relieved that this story has gotten a pretty good national spotlight. There's a lot of talk dow around the country about what you parents are trying to do. Is it enough. do you feel optimistic. That things will change or do you think it's going to be business as usual for these people. Well things are going to have to change because they've messed with the wrong group of parents. The other thing is you said have have. We made enough impact to make a difference. I don't i don't think so. My i think that what is happening in loudon county Needs to be heard all across our nation because it's happening in multiple school districts in multiple state and there is not enough right now we have to change the legislature. We have to get this recall and put new people in you know what's the problem with. The recall is even if we get them recalled. They have to designate. Who replaces them. So that's a whole legislature. We we need legislature changed and we need our country. I don't understand where this payment these people are woke. Our country needs to wake up on that. We are losing our democracy young. Rachel but i'm telling you. I'm show cautiously because i talked to. I mean my show is heard i. I'm grateful by millions of people every week. And i hear it in the thousands of emails texts and phone calls. I get people are are awakening. This the sleeping giant is coming awake and frankly people are being awoke. Oh awakened by brave heroic diligent passionate parents like you you know. It's it's parents like the parents we've witnessed in loudon county. Virginia that are in the fraught law on the front lines of this battle. And i think your emboldening and encouraging and inspiring parents all over the country. Well i appreciate it mike. I mean i. I wanna say what loudon county what you saw from. Lowering townie was an eruption and the media campaign it anyway. They want to paint it. We got re-cut people on the streets in our country that are rioting looting have have guns are shooting down people and the police are doing nothing to stop them right however we have a group of parents that are standing in a public assembly where they were invited to give public comment and they were shut down and because they stood there and wanted to have their their say they were arrested. I saw the video of that. One dad the look on his face as he was being handcuffed and manhandled by the police dragging him out of that running saying listen. I have a right to be heard here and to see that it was. It was heartbreaking rachel. It was devastating. I gotta believe that guy was saying. Am i really getting handcuff. Slapped on me. What are his kids thinking. What does it happen. How does it happen that he has to go home and tell his children that he was arrested because he stood up for his kids rights. Well i'm grateful. I'm grateful for you and i'm grateful for the parents and and listen. I'm inspired by you. Give us a you know again reason. I think for cautious optimism. You still have an uphill battle. I know but millions of us are fighting for you and praying for you. Rachel thank you very much for taking some time out of your schedule to join us here. On the mike gallagher. Show keep fighting the good fight. Thank you for for giving us the opportunity coming up next on the highlight show the man who could be governor by talks. The larry elder right after this food law secret notebook of nikola tesla with these most dangerous formulas could fall into the hands of evolutionary scientists most amazing discoveries about to be ridden the loss of journaled hands it could revolutionize the twenty first century. They want to start. A new world order were elites rule and everyday people are not created equal now the elites plan to set off quake under la to take out. Food leader doesn't old. Brown batted notebook in light of his work to find it. Take it and keep it hidden at all costs. Let's just say there are a lot of enemies of the state interested in this research. It's regular people to stop a grad student. Campus cop a deaf army vet and a group of live action role player is could collapse dot tap rich final frequency playing exclusively on salem now dot com or download the mobile app for more information visit final frequency. Film dot com. Be sure to get the mike gallagher. Show podcast at mike. Online dot com. We're back on the mike. Gallagher highlight show in the relieffactor dot com studios. Eric hanson here. Mike returns live tomorrow. California governor gavin newsom stands at the brink of recall by angry constituents man poised to replace him our friend and colleague larry elder. Here's mike and larry you want to know how larry elder has gotten momentum. Gavin newsom is attacking him. The embattled disgraced a governor of california might be a whole bunch of trouble. Listen to this report from sheehan n that chance is because many california democrats don't know the recall is even happening. All democrats constantly lose campaigns. Because we don't turn outs about democratic strategist. michael trujillo. Says voters of his party are depressed by covered nineteen and a host of persistence. Date problems making this recall far closer than it should be. If we'd sleep on this election then we will be waking up to a republican governor. And who will that. Republican governor be. It seems like it might be. Larry elder consumer radio host. Larry elder with no political experience. Virtually no public scrutiny has lit up. Republican enthusiasm a trump supporter. He would be vastly out of step with the majority of california. Voters has gone higher. Governor newsome is increasingly invoking elders name you've got a guy in the name of larry elder. That's not fighting for fifteen. He doesn't believe there should be a minimum wage to turn up democratic passion in some trumpism would start to go and wayne just the opposite. Wow so gavin newsom is hurling slings and arrows larry elder. He's over the target here. He is author attorney documentary. Filmmaker if you haven't seen uncle. Tom what have you been waiting for and off air now. Normally you're syndicated radio host. Who just might have to move to sacramento the one and only great elderski joins us on the mike gallagher. Show larry how the heck are you. My friend michael. I'm really doing well. Thank you so much for inviting me with your show. Thank you for your support my candidacy. Can i tackle some of the things that we ended up that albert. Yes not to do that. I want you to respond to that but before we do that. Have we gotten hughhewitt off the fence yet. I thought i would shame him into endorse with my five dollars. Campaign contribution to at elect elder dot com. Did it work did work. I came on this show. He endorsed me. So whatever you did work so keep it up. Good dorning regarding some of the things. That cnn say. Virtually no political experience okay. Gavin newsom was a two term governor. A mayor of san francisco yet. Eight years as lieutenant governor. Two years as governor look we got rising crime rising homelessness outrageous cost of living a schools. That don't work for the first time. We have a net migration out of the state of california. He's down this date while ignoring science while accusing other people. Being anti science no scrutiny. Are you kidding me. Every single day some story comes up that either idea or allegedly did but by the way did you know that there was a temporary restraining order against a guy named larry elder a by a woman and her mother turns out different. Larry elder different birthdate. But somebody who lives in the city is about. I'm a trump supporter mike. I haven't voted for a democrat since nineteen seventy six. That was jimmy carter. And i regret that. Why don't call me a mitt romney supporter or george w bush supporter or george herbert walker bush supporter because they know that trump and california is a four letter word. When i was in law school mike learn. The law was on your side. You count on the law the facts on your side you pound on the facts if neither the law nor the facts on your side you pound on the table and that is what they're doing because they cannot send this match record regarding the minimum wage anybody's taking any course in economics. No one knows that the minimum wage hurts jobs but the very people that claims to care about these primarily are minorities without any real skills the probably the most prominent economists in america is the economist economist with the new york times. His name is paul krugman years ago. He wrote that. The minimum wage hurts. Jobs you've done one eighty on that but minimum economic wanna one. The new one eighty. There's also an editorial editorial in the new york times nine thousand nine hundred seven headline ideal. Minimum wage zero point zero zero. The other major economists end in america. Is jonathan gruber. He's the one who famously said the way we passed obamacare. You took advantage of the stupidity of the american people either. Father romney care co father of obamacare he to road as recently as twenty eleventh that the minimum wage destroys jobs. Finally my friend of the late economists milton. Friedman once said the minimum wage. Vote is the most anti-black law on the statute book. So anybody's taking a course in economics one knows what i'm talking about. It shows you these reporters who often right about business about the economy have never studied economics. Learn what. I just now learned in the first or second day the economy in an economics class. But beyond that mike. My job is not to repeal anything like that. My job with the deal with the rising cost of homelessness rising homeless this the rising cost of living the fact that people are leaving california for the first time a rising crime violent crime up in san francisco up in oakland whereby the wake boxer just got mugged. Cell phone was taken and just a few months earlier. Gavin newsom was attacked mike by homeless mentally. Ill homeless guy. And he had a security detail around him. Hey not had the security detail around him. Which most of us can't afford. Who knows what would have happened. Those are my issue. That's why i'm running. That's why this man is being recalled. Larry elder is with us in. Larry i love so much a the aspect of your personal story and i think californians relate to sharing stories about your your father about your brother about your life. Your love of california people appreciate a common sense approach to what has been a distorted twisted version of the american dream by gavin. Newsom and larry. I must say i'm really encourage. The governor newsome is attacking you the way it is because for a while though he is because for a while he ignored you on. Evidently he must think that You do have the momentum that many of us are praying that you have Mike you're being charitable. This man is scared to death. He just gave up to interviews one with the editorial board of the la times and one with the editor boards of a bunch of other newspapers slamming. The table cursing angry. He went on with went to full captain clear on the scene from the cain revoke i was on the witness stand and kind of broke down had a mental breakdown yet. He mentioning my name for the first time. Because i'm the one he's afraid of. And i'm the one who can talk to black and brown people. Because i'm from the hood you pointed out. My dad came in nineteen forty sevens. You bought a house at now is worth six hundred thousand dollars. Because of the outrageous cost of living in california. The average price of a home is now eight hundred thousand dollars. A one hundred percent more than the eric price at home in america largely because of these environmental extremists that have taken over sacramento and run the state in the last twenty or thirty years gavin. Newsom as afraid. I'm going to be able to explain this way. So then joe jones six back can connect the dots between the outrageous cost of a home in california and left wing policies and sacramento and the rising crime and letting policies in sacramento this attack on the police this false assertions the police are engaging in systemic races. I mean we'll talk about the importance of choice in public education. So the money. Follow the child and the other way around lack round. Parents want school choice. They both the democratic party year after year the year. who's number one contributor teacher's union and they're adamantly opposed school choice. I can break the stranglehold over the democratic party. They have on minorities. Eighty percent of the kids in california are black and brown who have or getting a sub-standard education and they're scared. I'm going to be able to make that case. In ways that the average california can understand why you are making the case in a big way. Now i hope everybody goes to elect elder dot com like i did and incidentally i'm glad to hear hugh our friend and colleague here at salem endorsed you but did he match my five thousand dollar campaign contributions i want to know. I'm sure he did. I talked about that. But i'm sure he did not get dragged kicking and screaming to my support him. We're going to get a five grand donation how to hewitt before. It's all over before the day. Now let's talk about the big day. We have a big presence in california. Obviously lots of listeners. Around the country as well tell us about the process because a lot of people don't quite understand. That was the cnn report. Frankly they're lamenting the fact that not enough democrats will show up in this. This recall process. Walk us through. What has to happen for you to take over the governorship of california. What not they said. Democrats are depressed. It's not democrats. Depress californians depressed. That's why two point. Two million people signed a petition to have this man recall a good. A third of them were so or independent democrats. Who voted for him just two years earlier but after the process it's a it's a very simple thing There are two questions on the ballot. Do you want gavin newsom recalled. Whom do you want to replace him. Fifty percent plus one voter votes to recall gavin. Newsom then we. Who do you want to replace. Whoever gets the greatest number of votes. Wins and i am substantially headed my republican rivals. That argument. I'm not worried about that. I'm worried about the first art in right. Now is in the margin of error half of california wants to recall have california wanting to retain with the recall side tip about five points in the last couple of weeks so in our favorite you've got tons of momentum and again. This is a two prong process number. One voters have to get it's to be a fifty percent threshold. Yes you want. Gavin newsom recalled. And frankly i'm getting a whole lot of emails and messages from california. Insane if we get to the fifty percent larry's the governor because no one's coming close to you. Apparently i saw video of you in a church the other day i mean the enthusiasm the excitement the momentum you have it's gotta be pretty humbling for a guy with news normally like me behind the microphone. Mike it's been overwhelming. I was at a campaign fundraiser. Ch and rally yesterday. And i was treated like a rockstar. I was treated like the beatles. It was almost ridiculous. I am overwhelmed by the enthusiasm because people feel for the first time. There's somebody who represents your values. I'm pro-life i'm pro family. I'm pro business. I'm pro growth. i'm common sense. And they feel they've got somebody. Now who can articulate this in a way. republicans have not done in a long time. There isn't a single republican statewide office. Here in california this will be a a revolution. This will be an earthquake that will reverberate all throughout the country. Gavin newsom knows it and democrats know it and that's why they've so far raised fifty million dollars mostly from the teacher's union public sector unions. Big tech in hollywood. I'm only going to be able to raise a fraction of that but it doesn't matter. There was recently a proposition that that would reinstituted race as a factor in college admissions The the part that wanted race be admitted as a factor out the other side twenty two one and they still lost. It's not just about the money's about commonsense and people in california are hurting and mike hell is on the way. You're and you're the help larry elder. Running for governor elect elder dot com. Larry final question. I have to ask you about this collapse in afghanistan which is ultimately a collapse of the biden administration It's a disaster. It's an epic failure for the by administration does that impact. The governor's race in california. And if so how. It's not come up. I haven't heard anybody talking about it but it does show you the kind of leadership we have in the white house. Democrats democrats believe in in in the strength through peace. Republican believe in peace through strength. That was ronald reagan position. Who by the way was a very popular. Two term governor. You're in california. Became a very popular term president. But it does show you that americans can't be trusted. Our allies are now looking at all. This we can't be trusted. The the islamic fascist are now gotten a strangle hogue and they believe that all you have to wait out america and unfortunately we proved them to be right. See i. I really believe that you can connect the dots and as much as opposed to just came out. Seventy percent of americans are disapproving of how biden has handled afghanistan. This was the the The the trafalgar group survey. That just came out. I gotta believe there's a lot of californians what witnessing this insane. We're in bad shape with democrats in leadership. We need a republican. Larry elder to run the state. I'm going to start making that argument by talking. I'm happy to do so because it's true. I think a lot of people are going to say. Wait a minute that we are. We are running into the side of a cliff here with democrats in look at cuomo in new york. Look at newsom. Look at whitmer. Look at all. These failed democrat governors. And now this this this disaster of a white house right now. I think it doesn't do anything. But help larry elder's case whatever it takes listen. I know it works prayer. Works and i know people are pulling for you and praying for you all over america larry and we appreciate you coming back on the show. Don't worry we'll shame hewitt into the coffin up five grand of meat to match my donation to the Elect elder dot com campaign. And i hope you do nothing but great things over the next few weeks and the big date is september. The fourteenth right although the ballots had gone out already so people are beginning to vote already by the time the september fourteen rolls around. Mike i think mostly loaded by the way. There is one national issue. Been impacting us under the vitamins. Station is the borders illegal immigration. I that wall fixed. I don't support illegal immigration and it is an issue here in california. You're right on show many issues and my prayer is that enough californians have. Their eyes woke opened up. Not woke. ben dominance points out but we have be awake be awake. Being behavior is wide open. Larry were pulling for your praying for you and again i hope everybody goes to elect elder dot com. Because you can use the help keep fighting the good fight my friend and and godspeed. Good luck to you. You got. Mike asean sacramento. You got you got there. The sage of south central and the great elderski. Larry elder joining us. Here on the mike gallagher show and the relief factor dot com studios. That would that be when you talk about. Listen i remember an earth. Shattering event happened in november. Twenty six. it could happen. September fourteenth twenty. Twenty one in the state of california as well. And larry will be joining mike and florida governor rhonda santa's at a big event in tampa this month. It's the bring small businesses back tour and it's happening thursday. September twenty third at the grand hyatt tampa bay. There's a vip reception from five thirty to six thirty pm. In the main event begins seven. O'clock mike larry elder will be there of course and governor raimondo. Santa's will attend and speak. Plus there'll be a lively panel discussion to follow where frequent fox news contributor rebecca walser and job creators network president. Alfredo ortiz will join the discussion. It's the brings small businesses back tour and is happening thursday. September twenty third at the grand hyatt tampa bay. You can get your tickets now at the answer. Tampa dot com. That's the answer. Tampa dot com. And we will see you there eric. The relief factor dot com studios. Mike is off today. He'll be back tomorrow. It is labor day and we've got so many more highlights coming up on the highlight show right after this. You smile amazon and support the mike. Show charitable foundation support. The blue. you see it at the pump. The grocery store and construction costs another month of the highest inflation. 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We'll share a crazy story about a man a mask a plane and one long night in baltimore but first we have a story. that's also a warning about the political atmosphere in america today. Here's mike is he unpacked. The tale of a social media influence her who suddenly found himself under arrest for an internet. Prank new york governor. Andrew cuomo is going to have Well some explaining to do looks like the the attorney general in state woman named latisha. James has released a bombshell report. Showing that cova deaths in new york nursing homes were fifty percent higher than the state of new york claimed they were so seventy six page report by the state attorney. General found that mismanagement and longstanding problems in the private care business turn nursing homes in new york into cova deathtraps. The attorney general said in a statement as the pandemic and our investigations continue. It's imperative that we understand why the residents of nursing homes in new york unnecessarily suffered at such an alarming rate. Well maybe it had something to do with the cuomo administration's policies that governed nursing home protocols. There was a march twenty fifth order that barred nursing homes from turning away kovic positive individuals. The number of people who died fifty fifty six percent higher than the numbers that were published by the new york state department of health. They only published the number of people who died while still at the nursing homes. They didn't count anybody who was taken to the hospital and died fifty six percent higher. Meanwhile you turn on the tv. And i'm watching tucker carlson. I called a friend of mine. He watched it too like holy crap. Is it true that the biden administration is going around putting people in jail with politically differing views. Now you gotta be careful because when you look at the case of this thirty one year old man named doug mackie who was arrested in west palm beach. It's a little bit well. It's a lot more complicated than just people are getting jailed for political speech or is it. Here's the way tucker. Carlson explained it on the fox news. Channel this arrest of this guy who's described as an outright twitter troll. Keep in mind this has to do with the twenty sixteen election between donald trump. And hillary clinton has nothing to do with twenty twenty. I guess they haven't gotten to that yet but they're going after people in two thousand sixteen who posted misleading memes on facebook. This guy got arrested. Here's the way tucker described it. Turns out that federal does not ban memes or for that matter misinformation. Whatever that is the law that biden's prosecutors are citing instead prohibits quote conspiring to injure oppress threaten or intimidate anyone from exercising the right to vote according to the law that would include kidnapping voters invading their homes sexually abusing them. Doug mackie didn't do any of that. Not even close to any of that. Doug mackie made memes. therefore he's a domestic terrorist. Speech is violence. Descent is a felony. What you may be wondering does a case like this mean for the first amendment will it means that's effectively suspended now. What happened and let me. Let me get into the specifics. And i've been trying to understand this case because obviously it's shocking and terrifying to think that a political party in control can start arresting and incarcerating people that they disagree with. This guy was arrested and faces a charge of conspiracy against rights. What does that mean well. In this guy's case between september and november of two thousand sixteen. Lean right up to the two thousand sixteen election. This guy allegedly used social media messaging to encourage people to cash their votes via text message. In other words there was a there was a a mean that this guy allegedly posted tweet. That had a picture an image of a black woman in front of an african americans for president. Hillary sign written on the meam was the message. Avoid the line vote from home. Text hillary to five nine nine whatever it was vote for hillary and be a part of history. The complaint suggests that this guy who was really a trump supporter was trying to siphon votes away from hillary clinton and give them to donald trump more than forty nine hundred people. Four thousand nine hundred people who were encouraged by this misinformation campaign cash their vote via text and for that. The guy was arrested and locked up the acting. Us attorney for the eastern just eastern district of new york said there's no place in public discourse for lies and misinformation to defraud citizens of their right to vote. I saw an article in the new york times that quoted a retired fbi agent. Who said this has never been done before is unprecedented. First time that somebody's actually been locked up for posting what appears to be just garbage and misinformation on social media. Now i'm a little bit. I'm a little confused about this. I remembered in twenty twenty. There was a guy named jamie harrison. Who is the democrat challenger to lindsey graham and he had been mounting a campaign to try to take votes away siphon votes away from lindsey graham and steer them towards a third more conservative candidate. This guy jamie harrison used a tactic and said go vote for bill bledsoe. That was the guy's name will bill. Blood bledsoe had dropped out of the race. He wasn't challenging. Lindsey graham anymore and jamie harrison evidently literally deceived people into thinking. You could vote for bill bledsoe because technically this bill bledsoe guy missed the deadline to take his name off the ballot so is a technicality that was on the ballot jamie harrison. The democrat was trying to exploit that mistake by bill. Bledsoe and say go. Vote for bill bledsoe. Is that this information. I'm sure they use. I've got to believe. I know there were billboards and radio. Ads that encouraged and tv ads. That encourage people to vote for bill. Bledsoe who was not a bona fide candidate. He dropped out weeks before. Should they be arresting jamie harrison. That's not an unreasonable question. Is it tucker carlson. Says there's a new version of democracy. That's the new sheriff in town under sheriff joe. The new sheriff says you better conform at agree with the people in power or else they'll lock you up starting to think that maybe someone at some point secretly redefined the term democracy changing its meaning to roughly one hundred and eighty degrees for what it was just last year. You may be under something. What we're looking at now is not democracy in the classical athenian sense where everyone gets to vote in the voice of everyone matters equally. No we're looking at now is instead democracy in the nineteen seventies eastern bloc people's democratic republic. Sense this new version of democracy is a democracy where everyone fervently agrees with the people in power or else they go immediately to jail. Doug mackie's problem. It turns out is that he didn't properly understand what democracy is. We want to welcome you in. And i want you to try to tackle this one. Maybe you followed the case of doug mackie yacht to be aware of it. You need to be aware of it. It ought to be on the front page of every american paper. But it won't be. I have a hunch this would not go sit well with most americans democrats included because it might be their turn next. Let's talk about it here. In the relieffactor dot com studios portions of the mike gallagher highlight show are brought to you by fellowship home loans. Call eight hundred five ten mike or go to fellowship home loans dot com fellowship home loans. Welcome home stick around there so much more on this topic still to come on. The mike gallagher highlight show joe. How many years have been telling you about relief. Factor all right. I might have had some hernia issues. I it may still have some hernia issues but you know what there are millions of people who are struggling with back pain leg pay neck pain. Hip pain pain from exercise at the gym. Just good old fashioned pain. while pete. And seth talbot and the relief factor team are on a mission. 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Show the reasons. They made an example of the twitter troll in florida because he had i think somewhere between fifty and seventy five thousand followers. They are making an example of him because of his following how long it would take them to filter down to the ones who just have a few followers. I don't know. But that's what's going on here like jerry. I saw the meam evoked in me a sense of satire. i think the way it was constructed. Where my a lot of it's curable. Greg piece it seems to me over done to arrest sky thanks. I'm baffled by all of it. I'm baffled and i mean somebody sent a note that shy social media profile where the the profile is wait. What so. that's what i'm saying. Wait what they they. Put somebody behind bars for memes. And i'm going to stipulate. Let's get this conversation started here. Let's let's go. I'm going to stipulate that that's a terrible thing to try to encourage people make people think fool people into thinking they can vote on facebook for hillary instead of trump. When you're really trying to siphon votes away from trump now jamie harrison a senate candidate challenging the democrat challenging lindsey. Graham falsely claimed that bill bled show was a bona fide candidate for senate and you should vote for him they took out ads. Saying vote for bill bledsoe. He's more conservative than lindsey graham. We need a conservative jamie harrison. The democrat the liberal democrat encouraging people to vote for the guy who had dropped out of the race. How's that any different from this if this guy goes to jail in west palm beach and ps. i don't think you should jamie harrison should get arrested and ps. i don't think he should either. I don't know that we should be locking people up for memes as awful as they might be but there are awful means if we start incarcerating people for bad names well the by administration better rethink that abolishment of private prisons. Because they're going to need a lot more prisons to deal with all the people you're going to have to incarcerate for for the crap. They post on social media. You you gotta tell me. Please explain to me the arrest of doug mackie i just. I saw somebody last night on so speaking of social media saying more people are standing up for this guy this ricky von character. Who really did post some bad stuff than anticipated. Tucker carlson i guess is a good example. The department of justice is going too far too fast. It'll be interesting to see what the aclu says as this is a true guts. You know gut level check a gut check for the aclu. This is a case made for the aclu. Is it not. How do you arrest somebody for a mean. Sharon will start with you. Hi sharon thanks for joining us. How you doing. Hey mike how you doing okay You know we get so qui-. I think it's just part of their agenda. I wanna overlap with the woman who called before me when she said i won't take for Something like this to happen to someone with a few followers. I think it's just he like you said he's an example. They don't care what happens to this kid but think about the first antique awry. You heard and everyone was just got attention. Oh my god what's happening now. It's it's it's everyday stuff betrothed. Think about twenty twenty this vicious twenty-six taking haven't even gotten to twenty twenty-eight it'd be a long people going to jail my fear is that things like that are happening to. This kid is just going to keep happening and happening. And we're just going to become to it and that's how they're going to infiltrate this lack of fleet free free speech. It's it's obvious you're right. But i also think there's a possibility they're going to go too far and they already have and it's going to backfire. Spectacularly you're enjoying the mike gallagher highlights show and coming up. We meet a frequent flyer. Who came face to face with the politics of masks in america. You don't wanna miss it. That's next on the highlight show. Happy independence day. This is the mike. Gallagher highlight show. Eric hanson in for mike today in the relieffactor dot com studios. We've got some fireworks of our own on the show today. Recently mike sat down with avi mandela frequent flyer on southwest airlines to talk about a confrontation. He had with the flight crew when he decided to eat a few twizzlers on the plane. Here's mike and avi mandel. We are so far down the rabbit hole over behaviors and cove it vaccines and masks. And what do if you fly and as somebody who flies a pretty fair amount of time. I was fascinated by the story of avi mandel guy from maryland. He was kicked off a southwest airlines flight. And wait till you hear the reason. Why we're we're we're going to talk to avi in just a moment but i want to play for you. The video that that has gone viral he. He took out his cell phone as many people do and he was respectful. He was polite. He wasn't flipping out. He didn't throw a fit but he was apparently literally kicked off a plane and get this because he didn't follow the new guidelines that. Say that when you're eating on a plane you're supposed to put your mask over your mouth between bites first of all here's the video of avi and guy named louis who removed avi not forcibly but escorted him off the plane claims. Avi mandel here flying south west. And your name is louis louis. Blues just took me off the plane. Because i wasn't wearing my masks in between bites while i was eating and the staff wasn't comfortable saluis to do his job. And take me off this planet. Just southwest airlines. We're over here in baltimore. And it's around seven fifteen i obvi- mandela just got kicked off a plane. Because i wasn't wearing my mass in between my fights. While i was eating anything i appreciate it more coming to help out this situation here. I'm happy face. Obviously insanity doesn't even begin to define this describe it. Let's let's welcome on our line here in joining us. Avi mandel avi first of all. Thank you for spending some time to join us here. On the mike gallagher show. I was very fascinated when you said to to louis. Do you have anything to say. Because i felt you. Were trying to get him to either. Confirm or deny your version of the events in other words. No one is really going to be kicked off a plane for failing to put to their mask on between bites. But louis didn't say anything to contradict what you were saying to the camera. There is nothing to contradict. That's what happened i. It's it's stunning now. I'm gonna let me push back for a moment. Because i'm i'm with you and i'm just mortified that you are actually kicked off of an airplane for this but let me tell you what a cynical friend of mine said when we were talking about your story after. We both read about it in the new york post. Here's what he said. Without even knowing the details i guarantee you. Avi was taking an hour to eat the twizzlers and using them as the excuse not to wear a mask. What would you say to somebody who is. Has that kind of cynical response to your story. I'm and i can understand some of the thinking that it's not outlandish. It's not crazy and between me and you it's possible. The in flight attendant kind of was to that too. She maybe thought. I was someone like that was just trying to play that game and make they were eating candy allali or licorice the whole flight to avoid having your mask on. And maybe that's why. She took this so seriously and did what she did but she was wrong. It's just that's just not me. I was book. You're just doing your twizzlers. It took ten minutes from start to finish of my twitter. Pack your twitter about right. That's what it takes for me to go through a twizzlers packers about ten to eight. Ten minutes Show show if you don't mind take us back to the initial contact. You had because you you guys. You hadn't taken off yet right. You're still on the on the runway correct. I was one of the last wants to get on the plane and again i fly at least once a month through the pandemic. I fly for work often. I'm familiar with rules. Or what i known to be the roles So i sit down. I put my book. And i'm ready to take off and i bought a snack and i started eating and you know the in flight attendant passes me for your mask on and i looked at her strangely. Said you know. My mask is on my chin. I'm eating something and she said no. You got between bites. And i looked at her perplexed. That was just confused. That never heard of such a concept than i thought she was picking on me or something and just didn't make any sense to me and i just thought and then she ran off. Didn't even stop for us to have any sort of dialogue. And i continued to my stack. Finish my snack. I heard him the overhead over the speakers. She said anyone who's eating needs to put a mask on between bites. And i'm like this lady's crazy. She's just hates me for some reason. I didn't do anything you make. Contact with her. And everyone around giggling. And i'm like whatever i finished my snack and put my mask on and then i hear another another thing. They say we're going back to the gate for a couple of minutes. We'll be right back on our way. And i don't think twice. I thought maybe someone less their luggage or something. And then before i know it. The police are standing in front of my seat. Time to get off. They put they taxi back to the gate. Because of you taking a minutes to eat your twizzlers and you you say you put your mass back on when you were done with the twizzlers but nonetheless. They took the plane turn it around. Went back to the gate and and then escorted you off the plane correct and the people around. We were sticking out for me when they were trying to keep me off. They were like this guy didn't do anything wrong. There's a bunch of other videos going around and everyone was like this is crazy. What are you doing. And i didn't just get off. I'll be honest. I sat there. And i said sir you know what did i do. Can you it to me. Is there something. I don't know i really don't want to miss this fly like what's going on. We talk this out. I remain calm. You know. I believe being a mentioned most important. I think you get the furthest being mentioned. That's what i was taught but it was. It was just absurd. i couldn't believe it i said. Can you bring me flight attendant. We talk we figure this out. No it was. It was just get off the plane. We have to leave you of the plan. If you don't we're going to have to take everyone off the plane. Avi that has to be one of the most helpless feeling in the world to have authorities police the airline the flight attendants say time for you need to be removed from. I mean you strike me as a very responsible guy. Obviously you're a working person. You've got a career. You you travel you you you you. I'm sure you you obey the law. You pay your taxes. You mind your business and i mean. Have you ever been through anything like this in your life. not what. i didn't deserve it fair enough. I like your honesty. Avi mendel maryland man. Who was taken off a plane. I honestly i. I'm i got an understand the policy. Because i travel a lot to. I'm about to fly a few times coming up in the next two weeks are is honestly the policy now because they do give you snacks on the plane and are you really supposed to put your mask over your mouth between bite. So i'll tell you this so far. Obviously i've been. I've gone viral for this. And you know hasn't been me reaching out to the media at all honestly people reaching out to me too. You know because it's a new law and people are kind of confused so it turns out that i it could be. Southwest is taking it stronger than other airlines. It's possible but it is their policy. And they even have another neck is now. And they're nats they have written other napkins when they give you the stale pretzels. They give you the drinks. It's written on there. You know mascot in between bites or something like that and they've actually been announcing more potentially morrison's my incident. I don't know so it is big deal for them. But i will say this on the next flight. They did put me on. This criminal got on the next flight. He i asked. I pulled over the final ten said miss. I don't know what just happened. But but this is what happened on my last flight. It was the day before. What's going on like. Is this really a thing what guy. I'd never heard of this before all the time. And she looked at me. She's like. I'm so sorry. I had to go through that. My friend like it is technically the rule. Now as february has been a change in rural. It's a federal thing but most of us are pretty relaxed about it. You must have gone that one that was just not wow but and made them turn the plane around. Take it to the gate and remove you. I gotta ask you pragmatically speaking. What did you do. when did you fly out. was it the very next. Why did you have to spend the night. How did that work. So i missed the seven. Pm flight that. I was on initially. And i had to go the next morning. Yeah it was very frustrating. They put your hotel are now that the police escorted me out of the airport like they made sure i left. It was bad. I lear- the airport like get out. You're listening to the mike. Gallagher highlight show. We'll take a quick break then a whole lot more of this terrific conversation here on the highlight show. Stay right there. It's the mike. Gallagher highlight show. Eric has it in for mike today. In the relief factor dot com studios. We're enjoying a great conversation with avi mandel. Aban toss from a southwest airlines flight over wearing a mask you could find interviews like this one and so much more. Would you subscribe to the mike gallagher. Show backstage pass podcast and you can download all of our podcast episodes. Wherever you get your podcast like apple or spotify or just go to mike. Online dot com. Let's get back to mike and ottoman down. What's the follow up. I mean obviously have gotten media attention. A lot of us have written have reached out to you. Because we want we want to share your story but and i'm not a litigation loving guy have you thought about litigation was southwest. Or he going to move on. You're gonna fly again. I don't plan to fly again. Because i just don't want to give my business. I don't think i shooting correctly. I'd say which is frustrating. To be honest because i run a company and i have a lot of south west cars and a lot of points because i fly off and it was a good system had going for me. So that's going to be frustrating to be honest in terms of litigation again. I'm not doing this for money. I don't really care for that right now. I don't know. Even if i have a case i'm even about money. It's just about dignity and human value and common sense for crying out loud. I mean. I didn't even know i saw once in the beginning of the pandemic. No i'm not big. In six months ago i was out to eat. And of course seven feet away from somebody. But it was one of the few indoor restaurants in at the time in florida. And i watched a guy nervously. Try to eat and between every single byte. He was putting the mass backup over his mouth. He would chew he would put the food in his. I thought wow. That's a lot of work. I don't even know how you do that. But now you're telling me that's the official southwest airlines policy. I don't even know how. I'm not trying to be insulting here. This is the goofiest thing. I've ever heard that you've got to put your mask up. You had a damn below your channel you as you ate your twizzlers and that's not good enough. Avi i mean honest to goodness has. Has anybody failed to support you or are there. You got response from people saying the guy got what he deserved. Yeah i definitely have heard that it's more of a liberal response and you know it's understandable here. The judge tell people what to think of what to do. But i have had people tell me. Hey you should just shut up and listen the first time. You don't have to ask questions. And i mean to me that doesn't really make sense but i do believe that if i'm on someone's playing or someone's house i'll follow their rules as ridiculous as it may sound. I do believe that. In this case. I think the problem was is. That wasn't clear on what the rule was i was so. I'm such a frequent flyer. I know these rules. They didn't make it clear that there's been a change in rule and she descent. Hey sir we change the rule as a february that you need mascot between bites to said gee that's weird but i'll do it because i'm on your plane but there was none of that and the second problem was didn't warn me. Say hey sir. If you don't if you don't listen we're gonna turn the plane around right. There's none of the police or stand in front of me. Like what the hell for me. That's a shame. I mean i'm so. I'm so saddened for what you had to go through an embarrassed for southwest airlines. And you know i. I know a lot of people who are so loyal to southwest. You know people love you know you know that you've been loyal to the brand. I mean they've got a good brand. The everybody likes working there and but this kind of policy is absolutely back crap crazy. And we're we're losing our minds. I mean and i and i'll tell you in closing what i worry about for you and confirm or deny this. You're telling your story you're you sound like again a perfectly reasonable rational guy. I worry about the implications for you in other words. Could they're there. There can't be any consequences for you. Professionally can add on what you do for a living. I don't care what you do for a living. I'm just worried about when people tell their story like this do do 'cause they're companies that are punishing employees for this kind of stuff too. So i'm on my own company. Lose lose some some clients. I mean again some clients. It's hard to know a lot of clients. Yeah my point here isn't to to make political at all it's just an express you know what happened and sure. The embarrassment situation situation. I went through. I guess bring air to this new federal rule and it's a federal rule is not southwest rural. I'll i'll make note of that federal policy that you've got to put your mask on between bites which is going to be real interesting when i have some four five six hour flights coming up because You know like you said when they give me the stale peanuts. I maybe i could try to put a little hole in the middle of the mask and eat through the middle of the mask and all i mean this is. We're absolutely and isn't it sad. Avi how the pandemic has become a left right thing. That's what's so fascinating to me. I i'm gonna give you. I'm gonna be. I don't wanna drag into the political conversation. I do this on the radio. But let me ask you about this. A friend of mine pointed out the other day. This has really sort of defined left right. Who's weak. Who's not week in other words if you're kind of cowering in you're fearful and you're you're hovering and you're afraid and you were in to mask or four mask. How about people driving around in a car with their windows up and a mask on and you think what what's wrong with that person. I'm reasonable. I believe in getting a vaccine. I warned my mask all year. I'm careful but isn't it kind of sad for america how this has become a political talking point as you shed a left versus right thing rather than just a fundamental commonsense thing. Yeah it's very sad and again. I'm a all for bringing america together. I believe in that strongly. I hate this divided thing. And i understand both sides and i side with different parts of both sides. I think it's very sad. What's sad is also the the you know the double standard on on a southwest flight. Where you'll pack the full plane middle sites and everything right and then these crazy rules that you know that doesn't align it just doesn't make sense to me it doesn't make any sense. I'm a frequent delta customer and for a long through most of the pandemic. They blocked out all the middle seats. They blocked out the seat next to you. I think they've stopped doing that too. They're all the airlines now. Pretty much packing in. So i don't know where that goes into this decision or not. All i know is whatever you do off air. I'm gonna look it up. I want to try to be one of your customers. Because i i admire you for for telling your story and i hope that you persevere and i'm grateful that you could spend some time with us here on the mike gallagher. Show avi mandel. Thank you all the best. Good luck to you my friend. Thank you portions of the mike gallagher show or sponsored by my pillow. Everybody talks about the pillow and mike has promised to continue at least for now. This incredible price forty dollars off the premium queen. My pillow sixty nine ninety eight is the normal price. Twenty nine ninety eight when you enter the promo code my g. Everybody wants this pillow. The pillow never goes flat. It stays cool all through the night. Gives your neck a little hug it. 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8-12-21 The Mike Gallagher Show Hour 3
"Is broadcast is a production of the salem podcast network for more podcast like this from courageous voices of conservative reason visit salem podcast network dot com portions of the following program. May contain prerecorded material. This is your source for breaking news. This is the mike gallagher. Show parent can make a choice for their child except at the choice that they make everybody else in the classroom. Basically abusing children to protect teachers you. Nih has a forty two billion dollar budget and not spend a single penny since kovic started studying how these mitigations effect kids so ultimately my view is it's a parent's decision. Sitting in for mike gallagher today from the relief dot com studios. Here's julie heartbeat buchan back to the third hour of the mike gallagher. Show boy. it goes by really fast. I'm julie hartman. I'm a twenty one year old college student. I feel very lucky to be able to sit in for mike today. It's certainly an honor. So thank you all for listening. I mentioned my story at the very beginning of the show. But for those of you who didn't hear it are hearing my voice for the first time in wondering who i am. I'll just tell you briefly. I was not a conservative until fairly recently. I growing up in la. I always considered myself to be liberal. And that all changed about a year and a half ago during the black lives matter. Riots and i just thought the way that the democrats handled the death of george floyd and the rioting in the in the looting and democrat politicians looking the other way the idea that we have to have maoist self criticism sessions for our white privilege. The black lives matter website saying that they want to dismantle western notions of the nuclear family. I was finding all of this out about a year and a half ago watching this all unfold. And i thought to myself if this is the left. This is not who i am. Long story short. I found dennis prager and other salem radio host. I emailed him miraculously. He saw my email and wrote back. He invited me in to sit in for an hour of his show and from there we developed a very close relationship. And i've been on the dennis prager show a few times this summer. In fact i guest hosted a few days ago. And that is how i got discussed slot on the mike gallagher show today. I wanna talk about this announcement. I believe it was yesterday. Usa usa today published this fascinating article that the olympic committee has announced that in twenty twenty four at the paris olympics. They will get rid of baseball and softball and karate. And instead they're going to bring in break-dancing yes you heard that right break dancing and this is after this year at the olympics. They included some different new sports such as surfing skateboarding and sport climbing. And fact i read that four out of the six medals in women's skateboarding went to athletes under the age of thirteen. I ever take on this. I think getting into baseball baseball and softball and replacing it with break dancing. I think that's really weird. I'm sorry i just have to say it. I think this is kind of a sign that the olympics have been ruined mismanaged. I don't have anything against break. Dancing or break dancers. Frankly i've never really seen it before. But i get this sense that with the olympics are trying to do is. They're trying to seem cool and edgy. They're getting rid of these traditional sports. I mean what is a more american sport than baseball. Of course the olympics is international. But still baseball is very traditional sport. And they're replacing it with these obscure sports because it just seems like. They're trying to be edgy. And defy norms push past barriers. I just maybe. I'm off on this. I want to hear what you think but i. I'm not sure the olympics is quite the right venue for that. Let's let's let's take some callers. Please call the show. One eight hundred six five five mike. That's one eight hundred six five five six four five three. I want to hear your reactions to this. Break dancing announcement. You know another thing it made me think of is that recently i believe about a year or two ago. The academy awards announced that they would be changing their requirements for the oscar so in order to get an oscar. The there's there are many bullet points several requirements that they put in among them. Are that the thirty percent of the cast has to be people of color or is they say people in a certain minority group in that includes. Lgbtq and another requirement is at at least there. There must be at least one minority actor in a main role again. There's nothing necessarily bad with those things. But we're quiring it making it a requirement in order to get an oscar. Shouldn't it be more about merit then. About what certain quotas they they hit. Of course it's great. If a movie hits us quotas and it's also a great movie. I mean there are many of those movies that exists. But it's just so weird to shift the requirements away from just pure merit and again the like the olympics. I get this sense that people want to push pass norms. Look it with the left. Always says redefine what it means to be an olympian. What it means to win oskar and it's just this impulse really to make everything political. I think it's quite unfortunate because sports and television in movies is where we used to go in order to get away from that stuff. An order to get away from the political and chest. Put our mind at rest because look at look at the workforce in how it's been infiltrated by the left. Look at the education system. The media. Everything in life is political in those entertainment. Things were where we could have an escape and now they're pushing their own agendas in these in the in the academy awards and in the olympics and not just in the olympics in sports more generally look at these nba players who we saw. Who would stitch Equality and justice slogans on the backs of their jerseys again. You just want to go and watch. The lakers play the clippers and not have to think about politics. And then you see these certain slogans on their back by the way want to know the irony they they claim to care so much about equality so much about justice they claim to be so woke. I have no doubt that. Those jerseys were stitched in china by people who are underpaid. Or who were enslaved. I mean really allow you care so much about equality lebron james. Where's that jersey from. It's really sad what's happened and end the ratings for the nba and for the nhl and for a lot of sports teams have dropped last year's oscars. I think it was a record. Low of people watching because people don't wanna see the stuff and similarly with the olympics. This year i was reading. The opening ceremonies had the lowest audience in about. I think it was thirty two years. And frankly it's because you see you see american olympians. You see them taking a knee when the national anthem goes on. You see them wearing masks up on the podium. It's so bizarre. I was watching the women's water polo game and i played water polo in high school. Trust me you could not be closer to another person than in the sport of water pool. You are up in each other's faces. You are right next to each other. So if you're going to transmit cova did trust me while you're playing water polo and your next someone. You're guarding someone. that's how you get it. But then when the women's water polo team for the us won the gold medal. They all had to go up on the podium with masks it was so irrational and it was so political and when you see these olympians taking the knee they have what they are doing. Is they're robbing us of patriotism. Sports have become a way for us to express patriotism in a good way because expressing love for america. Right now is so maligned and your call basically call it a white supremacist. If you're holding in american flag in sports is the way that we could express our patriotism and a socially acceptable manner and when you see these athletes taking a knee it really. I'm not rooting for them to win. It's sad one eight hundred six. Five five mike. I would love to hear your thoughts on what i'm saying. Do you agree disagree. What are your thoughts in the olympics will be back here on the mike gallagher. Show i'm julie hartman. Be sure to get the mike gallagher. Show podcast at mike. Online dot com. I'll bet you've seen and tall on the tv. The father and son owners of relief factor. Boyer they great guys. They have a heart for the hurting. They just wanna get out of pain. They also do a whole lot of things behind the scenes that you'll never hear of in fact let me share with you a little secret. 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And i want to tell you the portions of the mike gallagher show are brought to you by fellowship. Home loans. call eight hundred five one zero. mike are go to fellowship home loans dot com fellowship home loans. Welcome home. We're talking about the decision by the olympic committee. That came out a few days ago to get rid of baseball karate in softball and the two thousand twenty four games and replace it with break net saying and it mushroomed into a greater conversation about how the olympics have turned woke. Let's take a call. Susan line three. Hello susan feel weird. Jill you're correct Having break dancing in the olympics when baseball is the quintessential american pastime. So it's a it's another strike by the left but it was akin to the catholic church in the late seventies and eighties started bringing in rock band type tambourines and base tars into math when we're used to a traditional ave maria and it. Just it's a chipping away by the progressives. Dennis would say they want to destroy everything that is good and met. Olympic committee seems to be a group of globalist or tends on the go against the grain. Of what the majority of us would like to say. Thank you for your call. You make an excellent point. It's interesting that you brought up the catholic church it got me thinking. I was reading recently about vatican two and the decision in the early nineteen sixties to get rid of latin masses. And that's very that's a very similar example to the one that you brought up. And and look. I mean that decision in some ways. Make sense if you're sitting there and you don't know latin. It's obviously hard to follow the mass but still it reflects a moving away from tradition. And once you start once you start kind of tampering with that all these other things can come in these certain woke standards. Or i i just. I am skeptical of stay of straying too. Far away from religion and tradition in general. Thank you i thought. That was an excellent very insightful point line to priscilla priscilla how are you. I'm well thank you. I want to let you know i. You're doing an excellent job. I think it's so amazing that you're twenty one. I'm fifty years older than you. And you're going such a good job and you know what i mean you because your generation is the one that's going to be affected more than this you know then then me and my generation you know i mean i could live in the twenty five. You've got seventy five years of whatever but my point is i agree with you I think the olympics are trying to maybe reach the younger people now. Maybe because of it and sports. I'm totally turned off by sports. I won't participate anymore. I i used to be a good baseball fan. A good football fan but Now they aren't even gonna play the national anthem. They're gonna play the black national anthem. Which i never even heard of. That's what at least on the news for minute for the nfl. I think i just you totally right about how. This is just a slippery slope. If they can't get us one way they'll get us another way and sports and athletics. Do this have time in the united states. And that's how they're getting us. You're absolutely right priscilla. It said it's what i said. Last segment sports used to be away for us to express our patriotism in a socially acceptable way. And now they're taking that away from us you know. I have a story here. That subway franchise owners are calling for subway to drop meghan repeat as their sponsor. Meghan pinot is the soccer player who is probably the woken member of the team. She always leans during or neal's excuse me during the anthem. You know what. There's time for action. These companies who support these woke players. Who hate america. They will not get the message until the money drops out so we have to be very discerning with which companies we support all right. I want to take more calls. Eight hundred six. Five five mike. 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I feel very lucky to be able to guest host for mike today. I've completely forgotten to tell you about my website. I just wanna tell you quickly that you can find me at julie dash hartman dot com. I respond to male. And i would love to hear from you. I would also love to hear from some of these callers. We have the collar. Board is lighting up. Let's go to line to lyric ohio. Hello lyric hi. How you doing well to make a comment real quick about the olympics and Break dancing being on the stage I think there's a fact that it's being disregarded in regard to break dancing and the caliber that at this time. It's no longer a new york. Only dance in the hip hop area era just for the voice of The minorities this thing is bigger than that. I've been break-dancing for about their team. Almost fifteen to eighteen years now And one of the world stage. We've been battling the will stage at battle of the year at rebel be one. We've been doing this for over over the last decade and for them to even take the account to say okay all these countries already doing. We're already competing coming to places competing on the world stage so to put it on In the olympics is not about a shot toward the conservative base or american game. It just so happens that it's a it's a sport already and we've been doing it for many years for them to recognize. That is a is a huge step. Not a woke set. But it's a huge step toward Toward voice of a young generation. That's been that second piece and trains and works hard and tired asli for years so be able to compete at this stage. It's not just willy. Nilly people on spending on boxes and and things like that. We're waving i. Thank you for your call lyric. I'm really glad that you brought this up. I just want to clarify. I have nothing against break dancing. I understand that it's worldwide. It's it's grown a lot in the past few decades. I understand that. It's huge in the philippines and that's great and as a former athlete myself. I understand the work that goes in to be able to master your craft. The point that i want to make though is fine. Keep break dancing. But why are we getting rid of baseball and softball. Why are those sports being substituted for break dancing. That's my mom. But i thank you for your call because it allowed me to provide a crucial clarification. Let's go to donna line. Three and from south carolina. Hello donna The olympians are there as representatives of america. With all of our wards. If they don't stand during the anthem and respect our flag. I say ship them home and fire them. The institutions are what. Hold a mirror ticket. America together with our values look at the schools and the sports and government and movie. We're all getting we're lost they. They've lost us. If the corporations want our money and they link if the great reset happened they take over and they take down america. They're losing my money right now and i got news for all of them. The sports isn't enough room for all of them at the top there already turning on each other and the rats ended up jumping ship and turning on each other so i don i loved your call. I would disagree with you slightly in regards to setting them home. Frankly i got that impulse. I'm disgusted by these athletes. Who neil the anthem. But you know what. I care about free speech. I do think that they have a right to do. So even though i think it's reprehensible and we go down a slippery slope if we tell them that they have to go home as result of that what i completely agree with you on and yes i was talking about last segment and i want to hammer this point. Home is shame on these corporations for supporting athletes. Who do this. The meghan re pinos. The alex morgan's there are so many of them who have adidas sponsorships and subways sponsorships and nike. And all of these big companies and donna. Eight is so good that you are saying that you want to stop supporting these companies because the only way that we reach these woke corporations is with the bottom line their dollars we have. It is so unfortunate that we live in a country where we have to do that. But the slow drip of woke ism has us all entrapped. We cannot enjoy the freedoms that we used to enjoy leisure time without politics being able to watch sports. Watch the economy awards. Watch any tv shows without politics so the way that we got that message out is we stop supporting them. We just got our money. And you know what i think. The good news is there are so many of us who are fed up with this. This is a bit unrelated to the conversation about the olympics and academy words. But the other day i was driving in my town and on the town square there were these i would say they were between twenty and thirty year olds hol holding up signs that say honk if you care about climate change and i did a little bit of an experiment. I sat there. I parked my car adjacent to the to the park. And i sat there for about ten to fifteen minutes and i noticed. No-one hawked not one person deriving by hogged their horn and believe it or not. That was really heartening to me. Of course i'm not people would say. Oh well the people who'd honcker climate change deniers. No it's not that it's that they are so sick of being heckard about climate change when the very people who are hectoring them about climate change. Don't care about what could happen about two weeks all over the news when jeff bezos launched himself into space which was so horrible he claims to care about climate. Change is really how. He's spending his money building. Spaceship launching it into the atmosphere talk about carbon emissions. And this is this woke corporation had. Who's hectoring the rest of us to care about climate change. And we don't he saying that we don't really jeff bezos and by the way all the woke people who support amazon and who have amazon prime subscription. Hey i use amazon i got. I got to admit that it's obviously very convenient. But i am going to consider stop using it because again. That's the only way we get to these people to stop supporting their companies. They are going to be so egregiously. Hypocritical i wanna tell you another story of what happened to me this summer at a formal dinner party that i attended a few weeks ago. I was sitting next to this couple and they seem very nice. And we're chatting. This is a couple in their sixties and the woman asked me the wife of the couple said. What are you doing this summer. And i said i am working for dennis prager and immediately. It was like i had told her that i was working for the devil himself and one of the things she brought up as she said. Oh my gosh working for dennis prager and you conservatives you don't care about climate change and you're so evil ready for people. This woman has a yacht and multiple homes. She's outrageously wealthy. She has all of these excessive things. And she's telling me that. I don't care about climate change the conservatives or the evildoers with regards to climate change are you kidding. Me and i said to her respectfully. I said it is phony for you to to say this to say that we are the ones who don't care when you're consumption is so excessive and her response. Her response was truly priceless. She said you know what all you conservatives love to say that we're hypocritical but that my consumption isn't the issue the issue is that we need solutions at the federal level. We need solutions from the government. How convenient that. It isn't her yacht. It isn't her consumption. That's causing the issue. How convenient that. It isn't jeff bezos in his spaceship that is causing the issue of climate change. By the way what is the issue if not human over consumption carbon emissions seriously. What is the issue. But how convenient for the wealthy to go thumping their chests and saying that they are so woken they care about climate change and look at what they're doing and that's why the people in my town driving by they didn't hawk. It's not because they deny climate change. It's because they are fed up with this stuff. We'll be back soon up. But i want to tell you about food for the poor. Here's a startling fact. Among children under five years old and honduras chronic malnourishment causes over twenty five percent to be stunted in their early growth. That's why every august mike gallagher reaches out to you to help our friends food for the poor as they tackle childhood hunger. Marcus fresh project project manager for food for the poor. These families are in need. We've heard how people who had never found themselves in a position of begging are now asking for assistance in if that is happening for the middle class in these countries you can only imagine the impact that's happening for the poorest. High rates of hunger inevitably lead to high rates migration. If there's no access to food in their home country hondurans and others in latin america are more likely to migrate to countries like ours in hopes of a better life but if we help children and families there they are less likely to make the track here for just thirty seven dollars you can provide six months of life giving food to a hungry child in honduras or guatemala or for one hundred and eleven dollars. You can give that same blessing to three children for six months. Just go to mike. Online dot com and click on the food for the poor banner at the top of the page once more go to mike online dot com or phone your donation to eight four four eight six zero hope and thank you from all of us at the mike gallagher show. We'll be back. I'm julie hartman. You smile amazon and support the mike gallagher. Show charitable foundation. Support the blue Long mike gallagher. Well everybody's race differently. We're all together. If you a good person you a bad character not about the elite status versus the evil. So thank you. I just wanted to say it's so nice. To hear such a young woman Citrus herself. Come on the air and sound so intelligent rational I hope that you have a great career coming ahead of you and we need more young women such as yourself to be exposed in our society. Thanks bye hello everyone. This is the mike gallagher. Show in the relief factor dot com studio. It is the final segment of the hour. Just wanna thank that caller that you just played who paid me such a lovely compliment. It has been so fun hosting a show. Let's try to squeeze in one last call. Let's take archie from south carolina. hello archie. Hey yes you talking about hos on lehrer. The biggest contributor to delinquency our ozone layer is the government which is shooting Satellites and rockets pleading in pension holes in ozone layer continually yearly. We're just doing way more damage than automobiles i mean. Yes you're right to say. There are a lot of issues. We have to fix a lot of these problems but the pro. What i'm trying to highlight is the problem. Is that the very people who claim to want to fix these issues. They themselves such excessive consumption. All right let's try to squeeze in john from north carolina. Hello john this whole thing about climate change. that's a natural occurrence that has happened since the world began They wanted to try to control it and ultimately every time they tried to control nature they have screwed something up and made it worse we should just. We should just try to adapt to what nature trolls at us and live with it instead of ryan. Dick climate change. I'm sorry to cut you off. I we just start very short on time. You are right. That climate change is natural it. Ha- i mean there's kind of no way of getting around it but also we have to acknowledge it is true that our carbon emissions are exacerbating the situation but we can't do is have climate alarmist. Tell us that the situation is going to end the world and ten years. We need sensible practical realistic solutions. Things like the green new deal. You mentioned these programs that end up making things worse. The green new deals an excellent example of that or the paris climate accord's we went into the paris climate accords. And it did nothing if we stayed in it. Thank god president trump. got his out of it. It would have drained our budget. And there's evidence that it wouldn't even have lowered carbon emissions okay. Well we're coming up in the last minute of the show. I want to say a big. Thank you to mike gallagher for trusting me with your show. It's been such an honor to sit in for someone like you. I also wanna thank eric. Hanson in derek the producers of the mike gallagher show and tracy the call screener sean mcconnell the technical director. All of you have been so helpful to me throughout these three hours. And i'm very grateful to all of you listening you can find me at julie dash hartman dot com. I check my mail. I would love to hear from you. Keep up the good fight. Everyone i am right there with you until next time. I'm julie hartman. This is the mike gallagher. Show wrong. 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25,000 Tesla Superchargers | 09 May 2021
"Coming up on podcast. One zero seven seven twenty. Five thousand tesla superchargers wasn't chievements. Stick around the house for you tonight on the show. We're talking about how many plugging models are sold in california. Whether insurance is cheaper or more expensive for electric vehicles and we all see your question of the week well good morning afternoon or good evening wherever you are in the world. Welcome to news. Daily sunday night of may martin lee and through every story. So you don't have to welcome to new patriots. Politics nice writes pretty much. The top level of personal support now individuals do like brad supports me at the top level but for fifty dollars a month. It goes such a long way to the hosting fees. The things like the software licenses to make this podcast. Juliet's has signed up to patriots. Partner juliet soda. And i thank you very much for you joining up now. We'll look at some long reads if you got some time hundred and thirty six years ago. German engineer karl benz bill the first motorcar within title combustion engine the benz patent motorcar was a trike. Here's a three huila and it was powered by a single cylinder. Four stroke engine zero point seven four break palace says this brilliant wyatt article now. They say that the engine may well go the same as the horse. No use for being everyday transport but a play thing at the weekends. In a few decades children will look at combustion cars and wondering about the smells and the oils and the fuels and then when a v twelve box into life they'll jump back they say this is more of a letter towards the combustion engine rather than an injury if you like but if you are anything like me i've got nothing against combustion in certain places like i don't know racing at the weekends or is going to be one of the last things that is is done but we can take off some really big things now today. The technology that we have in the today then. I'm all up for that so i'm going to bang on about combustion being banned immediately. We know going to come eventually if you stick around for like classic cows being kept on the road for like weekends toys or something you know in fifty years time. Next we'll talk about a weekend. Long recommend from the engineer website they stability in performance of lithium oxygen back trees is going to be falsely improved with a new title. Electrolytes could herald the next generation of rechargeable batteries for electric cars says the engineer decode uk lithium oxygen battery so lithium air batteries consists of a lithium metal and a poorest conductive framework as its electrodes releases energy from the reaction of oxygen from the air and the lithium. The burgeoning technology has the potential to provide much crazy energy storage than conventional lithium ion batteries and again. It's your weekend read selection if you wanna have a look at the article highly recommend and my final suggestion is an article from the south china morning post which asks why neo and ex porn are making a beeline for norway in particular no fast becoming becoming chinese electric startups key export market. As a reason for that it's the world leader in terms of up take says the south china morning post. Let's say the penetration of vs in norway's the highest worldwide with pure electric cars. Making up over fifty four percent of the overall new car sales and when more than half of all new cars a full electric. You know that is a ride home market in norway. There's no purchase an import tax imposed on buyers also exempted from the twenty five percent. Vat tax makes sense to buy an ebay. There's so many financial reasons to buy an event in norway neo hopes that they've got something up their sleeve which nobody else is doing and that is battery swapping or as they like to call it battery as a service speed. Ws by so neo. Think that by coming in with a lot of deep experience of you know. Hundreds of thousands of battery swaps. There by model will allow customers to buy any v. Wall subscribing to a separate batch releasing plan for very small every month that helps people get into ev- as low as the initial cost of the of the vehicle. The outset i do it with my realize zoe. I have a very small lease on the battery. Renos dylan the battery in the rest of the commies if the battery goes wrong. Is that problem. But with in nieto's cases it means you can turn up to the the the battery swapping station and get your swapped. I get it in a highly up and built up china. I if i get illinois i'm a i've been to oslo once up Stavanger once so in a way that seemed like space and lots of people with off road parking so i don't know like a and a heck lot of infrastructure already. Fidesi fast charging outside of china. We'll see if battery swapping works. I'm keeping a super open mind on this. One is getting to the news that i the gm ceo. Mary barra has been talking about the chevy silverado. A few details about the upcoming electric pickup truck and We don't really know very much about butts. We're not even sure it will carry the silverado name. But we do know it's going to be built on gm's platform a while ago. Calling their cells altium cells then the kind of renamed is or expanded it and the ltm platform these days and it may share some features. And even if you designed bits with the gmc hama it's cousin. Costs is inside now. Mary barra said there's already strong demand for the silverado. Av most specifically referring to the strong response from commercial and government onus law fleet customers are looking to have zero emission vehicles and she made it clear that gm is highly skilled at producing full-size trucks. So now asked if it looks trucks with powertrain and it sounds so simple doesn't it. It's sad what's easier said than done suddenly and look it's one of those things isn't it. I really want to be supportive. But talks cheap ultimately and who knows behind the scenes they absolutely full speed. You know they'll sweat into the hammer out the door and there's an idiot like me. Saying talk is cheap but ultimately as though isn't it anybody can say hey. Silverado is going to be a great ebay. And we've got loads of interest and we're just gonna pop electric in and then bish bash bosh off. You go well all right. Where's the hammer. Because the only thing. I've seen that is cgi safer that there is a real one. Okay let's talk more about plugging models in california plug in vehicles including battery electric cars plug in hybrids and hydrogen fuel cell cars nearing one in ten new car sales in california. According to the update from the industry group velocity referring to the latest data from the states is green car reports funding. We've talked about roy. Being fifty four percent a plug in a sorry eighty five percent plugging market but fifty plus percent pure electric vehicle market and and the other markets the standouts in me for being big electric places oversee california where tesla's and even pre tesla there a lot of interest in sustainability and green energy and green transport. And so when you read the stat. It's almost one in ten vehicles. Have i plug sake on of some kind anything. Well that's not a lot. But it probably is because the californian markets mega and his huge and way bigger norway. But still like oh. It's not even ten percent yet. I thought penetration was bigger than that anyway. Moving on californians purchased fifty nine thousand plug in cars in the first quarter of this year alone accounting for nine percent of the market. Share the testimony. Why was the top selling car in the state of california in the first quarter of the year. Fifteen thousand two hundred and sixty five model wise was sold model. Three was fourteen five three six. And that's really interesting. Because the the difference between those two models on a global scale not that we know the there was a chart in tesla shareholder. Let's recently the talks about the model three being up against opening the number one premium sedan versus like bmw. Three series excetera. And didn't they haven't gotten in front of me. didn't they. Put that on. The graph about one hundred twenty eight hundred twenty five thousand well of the hundred eighty thousand eight hundred ninety thousand cars sold which they lump together three and why well you can go okay. Well that's one hundred and twenty thousand model threes so let's seventy thousand model y so that's probably less model is actually so in california though it's the other way round really interesting difference globally Also selling one in california chevy bolts. And toyota's prius prime couldn't even get through that without stumbling. Good i'll tell you it's all right. It's talking about tesla's supercharging network reaching a big milestone headline story. Today the network reached a total of twenty five thousand supercharge massive milestone for the network the supercharge network of course as electric points out is the only global network of false charging stations and read that and thought meet everything about that. I think that absolutely right there. Is anyone else the of their own pocket. Funded a global network of dc false charging stations at the end of last year. Tesla had twenty thousand stores in twenty one hundred stations now a few months later. They've got twenty five thousand stalls and twenty seven hundred supercharging stations. Tesla launched a new twitter account. If you want to follow it just such tesla charging it's called blue tick don't worry you'll know it's them not many followers But you this twitter account hsieh's every new charging station coming online now. Electric car insurance more expensive cheaper. What was it for you. I don't know about your experiences noth. some tesla ronas here in the uk. They've had crazy quotes because insurance companies. Don't understand it will. They've looked at the repair bills from tesla bought for me since i went. Electric never played less insurance houses. A is it two hundred and something pounds for the both of us. Okay so we live somewhere super quiet. And we have a gary age and it's cheaper ebay but still come on. The electric car insurance marketplace shows the average. Ev is cheaper to ensure that it's comparable combustion car by forty five pounds according to competitive market dot com analysis of annual premiums in the first three months of the year showed an average of five hundred sixty six four thousand six hundred and eleven for the comparable petrol diesel cars as the guardian newspaper. Now done from competitive market says the difference is explained by a range of factors. Fewer moving parts envy's repair bills generally and it gets damaged easier to fix next china's emissions. Let's talk a little bit about energy. Another podcast you know. You want the stuff. You don't mind of energy things when it's relevant well. How about this. The distribution of global greenhouse gas emissions reached an inflection point. China's emissions read this few times china's emissions exceeded developed nations combined. China only son exceeded all other developed. nations combined. Says the survey points out. The china's per capita rice stems from high living standards and china's relatively fossil intensive powell mix and his export-focused manufacturing and from my perspective whilst you we see the majority of emissions growth coming from the asian region it's the developed nations and countries like here in the uk and other developed nations as. Well you know. We had our industrial revolution a couple of hundred years ago when we started this and now it's our job to clean up and so we can't stop other nations particularly asian nations. That are catching up fast. From developing at rapid pace and yet they're putting a lot of coal infrastructure in for coal power stations etcetera. But it is the job of the developed nations to lead the way. Now we've had our good times and now we have to take that lead as well and the other you know as as long as technology is cheap. It's that will win so we need to make sure that renewables cheaper than anything else and if a developing nation is then growing very fast and extreme but to put in solar and wind and storage. They'll do that okay. Moving on the electric vehicle. Freedom act in the usa could put billions into nationwide. Ev charging networks. The biden administration might no secrets interested in pushing. Ev transportation to an electric future spending a lot of money bringing ev to the us government fleet and going to see that there are two members of congress now pushing even harder for new piece of legislation called the freedom act and it goes further than what biden wants. According to a report published by automotive news the freedom act wants to build hundreds of thousands of electric vehicle charging stations all around the us in the next five years and it seeks to shift government funding and tax breaks away from internal combustion vehicles to a vs and study. It's amazing how many when start to dig into this. How many subsidies tax breaks little incentives go towards the combustion industry and the freedom act wants to strip away. just hey if you wanna buy combustion. That's fine this is the true cost of it. This is the level playing field without with the government. Money holding the price down all by electric salah cheaper up opening to the oscar in the show notes. If you want to read more right question of the week time right now we're talking about data are connected cars big argument about data in china. Where tesla or saying okay. We'll store the data on chinese soil. Sorry about that. And so lots of people becoming more aware. That data is being collected by their ev sensors and cameras. But where's he being stored. What's being used for. And how much are you willing to give up. What he want in return robot. Grace kicks us off this week. He replied some My question with this robot says as to privacy and what driving info the transmit to the car manufacturer. The issue is important to me of attached an image of the ford mac as granular privacy options. Which i think is good as you can see. You can disconnect if you want to so any driving info connect collected is that which is required by the nhtsa for crash rico. I'd not been into the privacy settings of ford mustang. Mac e butts robot was very kind enough to send me a screenshot of what you can do inside the mac and let me read out the things that you can toggle off vehicle data vehicle location driving data analytics media analytics speech recognition feedback digital assistant. And you can tell them all on off really granular. I if any other revai give option. He's off so play. Robert wright colonel says giving up my data. I would want open source evidence about what data is collected and stored and i won't control to switch data sharing on and off when i won andy says compared to all the dates in my cellphone gathers i don't worry about my car knowing how i'm driving my issue would come from internal cameras being recorded on where that data is being kept calling from california says. I use apple products because they have the power and size to stand up to attempts to access phones and access cloud dates at by law enforcement trying to strong-arm companies into complying but apple. Say no because they don't want to unlock the data. I think smaller companies would stand so firm. And i'm worried about how data could be misused if there was records of where my car was. That's interesting at. I disagree with you. Tony from brisbane. Says i share my location from my phone to the rest of my family and they all know where i am old times. I have no issue with my cow. Being tracked as i in the data mark says i have a small business and i've been using google and facebook ads to find customers in january. I started to find russian ads on my facebook and google abba counts. They were charging my payment method. They use my paypal credit card and to visa bank cards to all the things at best buy ebay and on the giggles store. All of these accounts had different passwords and they had two factor authentication turned on. So how much data to alive sharing the future zero says mark. That's kind of scary to. If i was on as well like i think that's i still think about that as oh it's fine. I'm safe. I'm going to be careful. Two factor authentication. So maybe it's not infallible on. It's a little bit more about that right. Let's talk about susan's email. Susan champion emailed me to say someone who drives a lot for a living. I feel reassured. Should anything happen. There's a record of where i am and what's happening with the car. Rosie sorry rhody. Dave says despite all the misbehavior around diesel emissions i still trust established companies to follow correct protocols and keep us a data private. We've seen so many times. The silicon valley startup companies. Taking the attitude of moving fast and breaking things but going the extra mile for security might be seen as boring and forgotten about in favor of putting resources into rapid growth. Don't you mean actually There's a lot of startup companies. Who just need to scale quickly. And the idea of having a big team of people working data security or just making sure that everything is nice and tidy when they could be coding future features. Don't you mean like absolutely right next to the user account. Electric limits on youtube says. The question is whether the car is made anything coming from china regardless of where it sold should be ashamed that it's going to be programmed to send back data to the chinese government powers to ashim anything else i even. We've seen mobile products over the years containing software which when connected to the internet and goes online sends data back to china. But i certainly your opinion. I don't know how much of that is true I read newspaper articles gas. I'm a little about. I want to get over kind of Sometimes people get a bit reactionary streaming. Everything is kind of being sent back. there's a big five g by with the government contract as well giving them to chinese not chinese companies. So i know what you're saying with that agree. Oh no but hey. I don't have to agree on. This is your part of the show question of the week. Thank you very much for all of your responses We can carry on a conversation if you won't see we don't have to stop her there if you have some more thoughts on the subject. My address is halloween. Even daily dot com. Okay let's brand new. You question of the week with mobility noy dot com a recent survey which. I am personally question and disagreed with this survey claimed one in five. Av owners have gone back to piston power. I've never heard anything like it. This survey twenty percents of californian drivers unhappy with electric. Well would you ever go back this week. Would you if you drive electric now or if you think that you'll drive electric in the future and you listen to the show for research or something. Would you ever go back. Maybe you do have one in one piston car. Let me know butts commute thoughts. Would you if you've gone electric. Would you ever go back to combustion pal. Yes no tell me why. You're reasoning is well. we're not. you're next sunday email address. Hollywood evening news. Daily dot com. So sunday showed little mention for patriot. Supporters couldn't do without ya. It does pay the bills as well phil. 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Electric Hummer SUV Launch Edition is $110,000 | 04 Apr 2021
"Coming up on show one zero four to the electric hummer is getting an suv version alongside the truck launch additions. One hundred ten grand stick around. We'll give you the details also on the show today. We're talking about 'em version of the bmw x. The misano aria goes through last minute winter testing. And we also your question of the week Good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you're listening around the world. Welcome to b. news daily for sunday fourth april. My name is marcin. Lee and i go through every story so you don't have to but electric. Hummer suv then launch addition. We know costs hundred and twenty-five brand following the electric pickup truck. Now the hama is going to be released in suv form with three hundred miles of range and one hundred ten grand price tag for the first edition reservations already full by the way so telling you about it but if you got the cash burning a hole in your pocket calm actually get the first edition. They've all gone. Didn't say how many that could be too. Well it'll be more than two. But you know what i'm saying that according to the verge. Gm which is producing the electric hamas gmc brand said the suv going to production early. Twenty twenty Is it just me. Say yes before. You've heard i'm going to say is it just me or is it getting a little bit tiresome. Hearing about some caused coming out in two thousand hundred twenty three when there are so many great ebays either on the market now very same i know they want to create hype around the electric hummer. But really. thanks for telling about that. We can all the now and white two years four or there are less pricey versions coming even later a grind version and a low end eighty grand version because i've always thought icy grind was the low end of the market version will have two hundred and fifty miles of range and it comes in the spring of twenty twenty four so maybe hibernate for the next three years if you on that one well previously. The company said their electric pickup truck. We'll be assembled hopefully by the end of this year starting with the most expensive trim level but if that slipped into twenty two wouldn't be surprised the fully enclosed hungary so i don't the truck but the suv version is actually a short shorter twenty inches shorter than the pickup truck. Despite this it can still comfortably sit five adults. You can fold down the receipts to open up. Eighty two cubic feet of combat cargo space in the back. More storage under the floor says the rub report dot com website. The massive cargo space accessible via power swing out tailgates. They full size or amount. It's better tire. The cabin also features the trucks sese to remove infinity. Reef this guy panels the infancy rafe. You can still them in the front of the car. The front will the fruits and if you want to convert it into a kind of four by four. Suv convertible thing. You can take off the roof and stick him in the front news. The hummer suv is less powerful than the pickup. Could be disappointing to some people. There is a trade off because the shorter wheelbase There is less room for batteries. The thing that's not like a a module two of the batteries but the new model has a shorter turning radius. So there you go silver lining. Gmc unveiled the suv and a commercial. Yes that i during the nc double a. men's final full basketball tournament. The ad was right to bombay style. Lebron james and highlighting the signature hama features like extract mode where it lifts up or crab walk says automotive news. Gmc's not confirming the volume targets. Or even where. The suv version will be made but sources say gm ability suv Factories zero in detroit's alongside the pickup truck. Well they want to build twenty three thousand suv versions of the per year. Once they finished up production edition one model Starts one hundred and five but then seven grand less than the pickup truck for the first edition but you add some fees on top of that as an authorized package which will take the price over one hundred and ten well. Gm has yet to detail the precise batch respects for the suv The little store its power in. But we think it'll be a double stacked by tree. Eight hundred volts jogging on three hundred kilowatts charge speeds and offering over three hundred miles equipped with optional power station function. It'll do vehicle to load or whatever you wanna call that you can plug stuff into the car. This is a pretty powerful verte. It's a six kilowatt power supplies so that really is plenty of power tools. You out camping and having a heater on maybe cooking as well. Six kilowatts is plenty of appliances Gm says the maximum output off. The suv is a bit down on the truck. It's going to be a one hundred and sixty seven horsepower. Less i- hundred nineteen brake horsepower of the suv which is still plenty nor to sixty in three point. Five seconds they keep giving this talk figure out which is the talk of the wheels of eleven and a half thousand pound feet of talk which is a stupid figure so To give out the real life figure could be a thousand pound feet of torque which is impressive. That's an impressive number but give this crazy. Inflated talk figure seen explained their best last year. Let me tell you how seeing the explained. Gmc keep giving this crazy. Massive number for talk to car and up corresponds to wheel talk which is traditional most to talk multiplied through a mission drive ratio. Well jason penske from engineering explained has a video that spells out the difference and he a piece that he published following tesla's claim of the roads to having seven thousand pound feet of torque. Well if you take a dodge challenger s altea demon. Which is what he did. As the example it produces nine hundred and seventy two newton meets of engine talk and multiplied through the gear ratios. You can actually get fourteen thousand talking. I but most have a final drive reduction of about eight to one. So maybe that will be just around a thousand In normal car language pound feet of torque which like i say if only they would do every other manufacturer does it would still sound very very impressive. Advice the hummer suv. What you think of it. Would you get the truck the suv. Or neither. I haven't gone particularly one hundred grand bowling abutting holding pocket so i'll be getting neither however These are great because that selling out. I mean i did say at the start of the podcast. They won't tell us how many sold so well as selling out really. I suppose unless we know the data behind it nice headline is supposed to say we sold out but the great great vehicles that get people talking. Do i really want to drive a hummer and in the wrong country for style. I rode the small and it wouldn't in my driveway in the world. When i buy one absolutely no other like how it looks on the outside all the inside. Actually it's very utilitarian isn't it. It's kind of as a working vic. Allowed understand it. But how many hamas get used as working vehicles. How many trucks get used as as working vehicles in the. Us just got used to take the kids to school. So what are your mak- this. I'd love to hear from you next. Bmw the x. is in the knees. The electric crossover is going again. M version in twenty twenty three. It'll reportedly have five hundred and sixty horse power. According to bmw blog and the performance they will guy by the name of the x m sixty more upgraded power more suspension Tweaking the styling or be more aggressive says motor. Juan dot com bmw. Taking orders for the regular vanilla. I xe the xe extra fifty in june delivery styles in twenty twenty two but prices on cheap for eighty five grand and it'll have to electric motors Produced five hundred horsepower enough to do not sixty two one hundred k's in way less than five seconds hundred kilowatt hour battery in that by the way three hundred miles or four hundred ninety three kilometers. Epa range for the bmw. I x next nissan arias Getting some last minute. Winter testing development of the car is wrapping up nissan subjecting subjecting the final cold weather testing in japan's northernmost main island. While the winter weather is still heavy. Aria is production. Ready right now. So nissan isn't really changing anything substantial just final tweaks goes up against the full model. Y kia launches. Later this year round some says auto weeks dot com. The aria goes on sale. Only the second half of this year to battery sizes are the sixty three or eighty seven kilowatt hours pricing starting around forty thousand dollars prior to incentives. The larger battery will give range of over three hundred miles. And there's a few videos floating around online at the first impressions. The nissan lesson Some journalists and car review is film are really liked the look of the our big compact family car by the way low tech like the inside. The inside reminds me very much of the outing. Five in the the center console moves forwards and backwards. It moves out of the way. If you want your shuffle leah bam across from passing drive. I don't know why you'd want to do that every day. But it's gonna be useful. Gets the center console back the white if you've got nobody in the receipt so just kind of two people in the back as well and you know it using that central rear seat also. The tech looks pretty good. The driver systems stuff. Looks really good on. The aria starting looks pretty good because they dumping chatham oh everywhere from japan so come to sit on the rights. What the leaf is the question. I sometimes a post. I didn't think it leaves the leaf up the creek without a paddle. I think they'll continue to make a direct replacement but of course is a proper. Ev from this end with battery management's proper active thermal management to keep it in good shape. Next we'll go to sweden an efforts to reduce battery whites by building batteries. The pulse of the actual cost structure or promising concepts now team swedish. Researchers has made a big advance in the area developing a structural battery system using carbon fiber. Ano- says panic. We'll tesla has been developing structural battery packs as well. We'll see on the model y coming out of berlin on the road and perhaps even in the semi truck as well but the system that tests were going for is individual cylindrical battery cells held in place by matrix. The provides structural support as part of the car's frame nonetheless policy serviceable and they essentially pass of the car. Tesla's method embedding cylindrical. cells into housing. That just happened to be part of the car's frame. That's what vehicle. Structural good approach but the swedish team have gone even further now from chalmers university of technology. The concept makes every component of the battery of structural materials is a proper structural battery pretty much. Every part of the battery supports structural. Loads not have free loadings electrical cells in some big matrix. I still up nick. Describe it which tesla's white it contains carbon fibre the serves simultaneously as electrode a conductor and load bearing materials. The latest research breakthrough paves the way for massless storage. In vehicles and other technology says sitek dot com. It's tempt massless storage. Because in essence the batteries white actually vanishes when it becomes policy that load bearing structure calculation. Show that this type of multifunctional battery could greatly reduce the weights of an ev. At the moment. I gather it's still in the lab. At of course tesla launching cows with their version of structural batteries. This summer so still work today but all sounds really promising. Okay that's the news. Hey it's time for you. A question of the week i'll answers i was talking about. Incentives moisture favor incentive and is really interesting. The says we got in this week now. Rajiv kicks off raj. Narayan says i agree with you. A subsidy off the price of av may not be the best incentive off. The manufacturer increases the price to take off some of the incentive. My chevy bolt is now suddenly much. Cheaper now is no longer eligible for a tax credit. Purchase post purchase incentives. Maybe better perhaps they set amount of free charging free access to infrastructure or even discounted or even know registration fees. He says yeah. That's what we have here. we think would vehicle excise. Gt otherwise known as the road tax attacks but people call it but his vehicle excise duty and he's based on co two and it was just when i drove a fossil car. It was one of those things that you just accepted his pov ownership with insurance and putting petrol in the car but the biggest engine the engine the more tax you pay tax however with an event they wave so zero now. I'm bitterly for so long now. Now totally used to getting the letter. You still have to register it so i still get sent to bill and it says please pay us zero pounds and you still have to go through the procedure of going online putting in your reference number and saying hey we got government. I'm giving zero pounds and they go confirmed if given us zero pounds a next year. It's a bit odd. You kind of okay through the rigamarole of it. It's about five minutes not really a hardship. But it's a good incentive. I like kinda forget about it because you know you think about what you think about. So i guess it's true. Actually if i still owned the piston kyle be very expensive to run next. James redmond says. I think people need some persuasion to try and even so i would incentivize free. Evey for twenty four seventy two hours. You've covered the insurance and let people try any evey for free says james. that's a really good incentive. I've never really heard of that on a national scale or anything like that. I've heard of small individual projects around the world that do that. But that's a really cool incentive. That wouldn't normally be thought of as an incentive but certainly sample size of one but my wife was unsold idea even though i made navy Podcast and an unranked about she did not want to drive one herself. She's like i'm fine with our. And then when i finally said look just we'll get you zoe. We'll we'll you can take it out and just have a play and kind of came back from that. And she was like well of course. Why wouldn't you why. Why would you drive anything else it was. I was smooth and quiet. And she's like we can. We can so she just needed to drive. One next marina. In new york says company vehicles cover far more miles than personal vehicles so i think fleets and working vans should get more incentives. It might not be popular with private buys but would get more miles driven electrically than any other incentive interesting tony and his bolt. Ev says it's not so much. An incentive for vs but more countries should do like norway atta surcharge or taxes to the cost of petrol and diesel cars to make them more expensive. This doesn't stop anyone buying a petro. If they want to go ahead it doesn't mean people will probably choose an though because we will want to save money. Sylvia email sylvia hudson says the best kind of incentive is one which constantly reminds you of the benefits rather than a single incentive the point of purchase so ongoing things like tax breaks or low fuel costs lower rates have company contacts. Good reminders about the choice that you have made which is to drive. Ev veronica in london. She said why don't more countries lift value added tax the at on tv. We've seen this in the following. Covid the government have given the hospitality sector a temporary vat rate reduction hospitality. And he has to charge five percent vat than the normal twenty percent their customers and that is in order to lower prices if you know to to the public and to stimulate the sector after all vat she says is an optional tax applied to most things or services that we have to buy a vat is the third biggest revenue generator in the uk for the government after the tax that we get our wages and the national insurance that we pay on our wages interesting actually. Vat is entirely discretionary and the government could say hi to pay on abc's for this year. Which would immediately take twenty percent off the price that we pay as buyers wouldn't affect the comic because tool and there'd be some lost revenue for the For the government so There's the downside death. Joey bono or bono joey from own solutions email to say. A point of sale rebates in the us seven and a half thousand dollars off the sticker price at the time of purchase finance. I'm on the ev. 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1118: Audis 2026 Plan To Abandon Combustion For EVs | 20 June 2021
"Coming up on show triple one. Nine audi confirms they will abandoned combustion in favor of electric in two thousand and twenty six stick around. This is interesting. Also on the show masdar announcing their electric models tesla mobile s plots. Get some real well charging data and the audi q four. Each trump has some pretty good while. Good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you're listening around. The world welcomes wavy new study sunday twentieth of june. My name is mall stanley. You know the school. I go through every story so you don't have to. You know that one already looking up for the headline story today. That audi is gonna pack in making gas and diesel cars in two thousand and twenty six off the vats. It's all about the battery. It seems so soon. Doesn't it twenty twenty six for a massive name like saudi and it's fine for some of the smaller names to make declarations of going electric. But when vw's audi says something like this could do a double take and go what old gone by twenty twenty six. Let's look plug in hybrids. Do not developing anymore. Let's look at what they really mean by that now. Audi has already ceased development of new internal combustion engines and reportedly now have a deadline on its final fossil fueled vehicles. I don't think this is clear. Does that mean the december thirty first two thousand twenty six one ever sometime that yeah. You literally won't be able to buy an audi with a combustion engine. I'm believe it. Let's look at what they said. The news was talked about. By the saudi board chairman marcus deutchman and he was talking to company executives and labor representatives and this is picked up by a german newspaper and then that was summarized by royces so a little bit of chinese whispers going on deutchman reportedly stated audi's internal combustion phase out will apply quite sure that means but the phase out will apply in twenty twenty six two diesel and gasoline engines the latter extending to the brand's hybrids as well a logical step for a brand but back in march confirmed. They have now paused and stopped any development of new combustion engines. But i think is key about the translation again from. I'm taking this from the drive dot com so you know From what was said to the german obstacles. Roy says to the drive is that phrase audi will begin that phase out in twenty twenty six and i think that probably means that there's going to be a period of time when you still can buy an audi with combustion may be a plug in hybrid old or something like that for a period of time off the twenty twenty six. I would be astonished if you can't buy some of the great engines that they've made over the years and i'm not denying it's fantastic engineering that they've put into them off the day. It's only four or so years away now. It's homeland rivals. Occupy positions towards the other end of the electrification spectrum. Says the drive. Bmw and mercedes benz both market vis of course of their own but they anticipate internal combustion for many many more years to come on again. I find it really surprising if an audi by walked in to showroom and twenty six may seven and there was nothing with combustion engine in in that showroom. I think the key phrase in is out to kill is phase out. But i'm going to carry on digging into the original article. Denison some more google translate and try and get to the bottom of this. It's hard way they're or you know most of the way truth. Even if it's a phase out beginning in two thousand twenty six ending twenty thirty so many announcements like this of being might from the world's biggest comic and i absolutely love it okay. Moving on north one of the world's biggest comic book umbilically linked to the world's biggest carmaker. Yes we're talking. Mazda linked to toyota of course through investments from tonight's into master. they've announced ten hybrids three e. He's coming only zoom zoom thirty. Master's i stevie the mx three he made its debut in two thousand nine hundred and a bit of a nation model but it will be joined by at least thirteen electrified. Vehicles in the coming years many built on the same basic and that is to cut costs known as the sky. Active multi solutions scalable architecture. That's nothing if not catchy. The platform underpins five hybrids five plug in hybrids good and three e. vs great jew out between twenty twenty two and twenty twenty five and by our will we just not that bit of detail was missing. Master noted is excluding mild hybrid systems from those tallies but it clarified. Some of the regular hybrids would do use the toyota. Technology is a proud of and the reason. I think they don't going like everybody else. Could they invented this great hybrid technology. They were Leaders and they have well and truly fought fallen for the innovators dilemma holding onto the cash. Cow so proud of it did a great job with the prius twenty years ago but the count let go and now mazda seemed to be doing the same because the mx thirty is in my opinion. Let me consider my words a truly terrible electric vehicle. So it's got some style in in terms of its scott those for one of a better phrase suicide opening doors. I hate that phrase. But that's what they call it in the automotive industry like the bmw. I three doors but the battery pack woefully small. They don't think they could get you know my opinion is i think they could get a battery. Pack in that car only platform bigger than thirty five kilowatt hours. Which is in there and i say that because they've used all the space they've got it's a small platform and also other. They go battery supply contracts to get hold of those batteries so knowing that it was so small when they released the car to head this criticism of the past they said yes above a bigger battery is worse for the planet so because mazda loves the planet putting in a very teeny weeny battery and that means we're super green right that five kilowatt hours i. I never bought in when it was announced. I still don't buy it. But will they follow that through with the three vs. They've promised that will they are today. I really hope not because that five kilowatt hours is good too absolutely nobody and it's not the fact that it's the battery is so small. It's the fact that the Msmx thirty is also the slowest dc fast charging car on the market. So the most mx thirty. I think even like thirsty. No what is usable. Like twenty nine point something usable. Thirty maybe scrapes thirty kilowatt hours useless thirty five. It's like thirty. Kilowatt hours usable. You're going back to a nissan leaf and years and years ago had a battery pack of this size and they just can't make a bigger one at master. Ac power six point six kilowatts which is damn slow dc fast charging absolute max power. Thirty seven kilowatts. Brilliant and ebay. That's out in twenty twenty one with thirty seven. Kilowatts dc foss charging power i. It's woeful ninety the size of it but just the technology and now i've seen simmer visa been fully charged. Did a review on an an an robert. Llewellyn was abusive about this car. Daudet love this. It's a great levy. No i'm obviously missing something. Because he knows what he's talking about anyway. They've made a stink of a car in my opinion. And let's hope that the next three that master release also stinkers. Here's a car. That's the opposite of that definition. Oh by the white coming up on the pod calcium we'll talk audi q. Full eight-run how far it goes will look the batteries. Being meeting. Gemini and hondas clarity gets canceled. Okay let's talk about like say the opposite of a stinker and that would be the model s. plaid the epa rating is now in. Its three hundred forty eight miles which isn't great. So the tesla press. You know who. I'm talking about those websites that are not really new sites such tesla news kind of blogging puppy things that just rave about them. All the time pointed out the the test on twenty one inch wheels so it would go further on the nineteen's And also saying yeah but for call with this performance who cares how far it goes because it's the world's greatest and you like well no not really because tesla was the range kings and now they're going to be battling lucid which us five hundred and seventeen miles and this new model s us three hundred and forty eight and that's epa and we know tesla's hit every so it's the opposite to the porsche tycoon. City way shit so real world is always going to be far worse. New model less plot has received the epa writing now three hundred and forty eight earlier this week. We we need the efficiency one hundred and twenty mpg e For the long range and the the the mileage was four five miles on the long range which is brilliant. I mean d- need four hundred miles in a navy. Well maybe if you're doing some gradient maybe if you doing driving yeah maybe if you've got the blah blah to the size of an elephant but new epa data released today shows the model s. plaid with a twenty one inch wheels or as the epa official documents says riding on two inch wheels. Well done them. We think it means twenty one inch three hundred and forty eight miles. Yeah that's not a great because you need to think about what that means the real. Well we'll come to that in a second. Tesla has reduced the battery pack size as well down two hundred kilowatt hours but it goes further on less which which is the ultimate you less battery less weight. More efficiency jobs good and that's what they've done with this. Some amazing engineering is going into. This car is three hundred and forty eight miles enough. Yeah absolutely is. I couldn't think of when i need more than that. Considering supercharging stations tip pen around the world a much closer than that yes. I a- caveats in all countries places or even states in the us. Let's talk about a little bit. We're about motor trend. I mentioned on on on fridays. Podcast the they got a model s plot from before the launch event. Loosen not sixty runs. They also did some real world charging tests and despite using the eighteen six fifty form factor cylindrical cells that have improved the chemistry over the years. This is the fourth major chemistry improvement since the first model was out back in two thousand twelve with its hundred hour battery pack. A tesla says the plaid can add one hundred and eighty seven miles of rain. Fifteen minutes if you use the like tesla georgia and motor trend. Did indeed manage to plug it into a v. Three super charger and it got some stunning speeds now when they plugged in five percent. So it's pretty low of charge. It started off one hundred forty up to about eight percent. It ramps to one hundred and sixty but then between eight and ten percent full ramps mega quake to two hundred and forty six kilowatts. Then it's utterly flats it's drawn with a ruler on the charge curve. It's completely flat. Two hundred and forty six kilowatts from ten percent all the way through to thirty to thirty two percent of eighty four percent Only motor trend Charging tests and then typically it does fall off very quickly. Tesla's often do by the way And but it's a nice steady cub. It's not stepped cup because battery voltage doesn't go down in steps An an answer. The jayan is a nice groff down to one hundred percent zero one hundred percent. But it's it's pretty steep So if you are between supercharging stations that are close together and you can just blast between them and turn up but ten percent and leave at thirty percent of hotline that you'll be going so fast. Then the charge curve goes down pretty quickly. it's still taking about one hundred and forty kilowatts at fifty percent full and then down to about four forty kilowatts of eighty five percents. Will you be leaving you believing pechanga around eighty percent maybe before actually now motor trend. Say the nfl testing they preconditioned. The battery in other words navigated to the supercharge ambient temperature seventy one degrees and it's fifty one minutes to go from five to nine thousand five percent and of course you'd never do that in the real world. Not least you might. You might hug by the way you wouldn't do it on a road trip or dc fast charging that eighty seven kilowatt hours they extrapolated that it's usable battery is ninety seven kilowatt hours three kilowatt hour buffa as we saw charging curve description of just gave you. It didn't indeed hit about two hundred forty six kilowatts v. three supercharge between ten and early thirty percents. And if you are turning up at a supercharge then yeah Between five and ten percents is about right as for that claim of one hundred ninety seven miles in fifteen minutes. Well pretty much accurate with the model s. Plaid vawa driving the nineteen inch standard tempest wheels. This can only happen when you begin charging the car at a very low state of charge though and on the motherless plaid with more energy consumption like the optional twenty one inch wheels. You'd get something like one hundred and sixty seven miles of rain. Fifteen minutes with the ambient temperature below an average of seventy five degrees motor trend. Gop point four three miles per kilowatt hour city driving three point one four on the highway. Therefore they say that the epa adjusted. They think three hundred eighteen three one. Eight miles is more sensible butts as many people know out in some real well driving particularly if you're doing some freeway highway driving and probably looking real wells. Seventy miles an hour seventy five miles an hour. Something like two hundred and twenty five or two hundred and thirty miles of real world range if you're traveling at speed and of course that's very different from the headline advertised figure but we'll come as no surprise to someone like you. He knows a little bit more about eve as in the regular man or woman on the streets. Still tendered and twenty odd miles driving a seventy mile an hour. is not bad. Like i say if you are around what's dc. Fast charging stations looking forward to seeing more of those reviews hit youtube when tesla deliver some more cars more than the twenty five they'd given to staff and some of the super fans who are never going to post anything negative. Obviously so thank you to motor trend for doing very comprehensive testing and even doing that said that charging curve forest somebody else who does very comprehensive testing olov videos beyond newland the norwegian youtube. He ought to the audi q four on. So this is the audi's version of the four right but it's rear wheel drive the latest electric audi and the first based on the vw platform. The results are in the queue for on forty. That was the spec of the car is efficient as an all wheel drive. I the four. Gts all calls were equipped with the exactly the same eighty two kilowatt hour battery. Pack made it the german facility during the test in nice weather around twenty degrees celsius nineteen inch wheels driving at ninety kilometers an hour so fifty six miles an hour. The colwyn three hundred and three miles. When bit at a seventy five miles an hour. That's his one hundred and twenty k. P. h. test. It did two hundred and six miles or three hundred and thirty two kilometers still pretty good two hundred miles of rain on a car. Doing seventy five miles. An hour is still really really good. Anything for two hundred miles traveling those very fast speeds is an excellent result. Anyway the audi kifah. Hr forty is more efficient clearly than its larger brother. The audi e tron transport back big car and way way more inefficient. So that's a bit that platform that platform work in wanda's that let's talk a little bit about tesla's cell production process. They called the forty six eighty cells. That is referring to that dimension that external dimensions if you're new to the podcast and wondering what we mean. By the forty six eighty cells tesla has had to submit some revised documents gigafactory berlin. Posted online there are treasure trove of information with new details about the battery plant but Elon musk wants to build at gigabyte. Lynn they said the san d- and cathode production will be in the first floor of this four floor building by the way and The tablets cell production happening on the third floor. It's a massive plants by the way requiring similar foundations to that of gigabyte wins first phase. Where actually general assembly. Most importantly tesla submitted a simplified diagram of the forty six eighty battery cell production process. Now much of this has had to be blackout and redacted for security of of of of ip and protected information but we did get a brief overview of how they will make a forty-six cell Pretty indepth language anecdotes cathodes cathode foils and wraps and separators of which i understand a fraction of which i went battery. They happened to go. Educate myself batteries and now I'm still. I still feel like i know five percents of what i need to about batteries. The revised filings also provided a general idea of the tablets cell production among. These is the fact that the finished cells will be subjected to ten days worth of curing after each one is made. Of course you can handle the storage that you're gonna cure the batteries for ten days before you can wassim into a car and get it out the door. I'll pulling teslarati in the show notes if you'd like to read more finally. Let's talk about the honda clarity now. The clarity was initially a plug in hybrid a hydrogen fuel cell and puree and all the versions will finally gone from the us market. In a couple of months the announcement was first reported by nikai and hamburg confirmed it to car and driver. The version was dropped last year. Now the plug in and the hydrogen versions have also been dumped as well says car and drive a full year. Sales last year would just have a full thousand for all of the models down from eleven and a half thousand a year before. Honda doesn't break out. The sales of fuel cell clarity's only available to lease owning a few sudden areas as well. The company does say production through august of this ship. will allow the clarity to be available to lease all the way through until two thousand twenty two so it leaves. The mirai leaves the humvee next. Oh is the only to fuel cell vehicles available to lease in the us. The great hydrogen experiments continues to unravel lamey fantastic boats and planes and commercial things and for personal transport. It's a terrible idea and vote soaking up. Excess renewables Maybe using hydrogen all the grid or for that level of storage so many options as we heard yesterday on the podcast are south Special if you haven't heard it yet with graham cooper and from national grid well at national grid. uk group and Talk about a super brain but someone can explain something very difficult to someone like me and i understand it checkout yesterday. Saturday special as we talk about the future of green energy production and getting some net zero. I question of the week won't read out today. Because i've been a bit under the weather and saw missed become my user. Shedule run it as a two week. What is the best way to navigate an av journey. How do it don it up on the app. I and plenty all out like in the old days you get the paper map out and workout where you're gonna go. 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1172: Question Of The Week Answers | 8 August 2021
"Coming up on podcast. Eleven hundred and seventy two. It's your own says to this week's question of the week. Thanks to our patrons we're talking about the ideal location for your sockets on the car where to plug it. In brand new question of we can thank our patrons at the end of the podcast as well. Good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you're listening in the world. Welcome tweety news daily sunday. Eight of august. Second show today my name. Is marcy league through every ab story and answering your question of the weeks as well questions of the week. I should say As well and setting a brand new one at the end of the podcast this week we've been following up tesla decision to open up the superchargers and they're saying recently to someone The supercharge design. I think is the ultimate charger design. I've ever seen yes. I liked the fancy ones that have got bad color screens. I love the ones that got battery storage in but the simplicity. The elegance of the tesla super charger with most screen because the screens in the car. So much less go wrong. Less to be vandalized. The cable management is so simple. It just fuller's that you shape as the cable goes down across backup and it rests in. Its its holster and wise the cable so short well because old tesla sockets are in the same of every car and so they know exactly how long to make the cable and look you can put little blocks on the ground and you just reverse your tessler up until it hits those blocks the ideal distance away and so we asking about whether all charges should be laid standard in some way now. The ccs standard is out there in terms of the plug socket and the software and the protocol but standards can go as far as dictating location of cable length of cable that could be defined in the standard. And he's not so we're asking you about charging and how it could be made easier. Well yan immobility no way dot com always a regular contributor at most recent weeks to answer and of course he's been talking about forever in norway so always loved to feature his points of view as well. He says when we charge a car. We don't stop we park it. We plug in and we leave and for parking. The best and safest is to back into a parking space says yen. This means the charge. Port should be located as far back on. The car is possible. The following questions are on which side of the vehicle we have the charge port and again think about safety and if the charge is on the driver's side charging cable will point into the streets when charging is plugged in. I'm going to stand in the street to plug it. This of course is not safe. If the charge port is located on the passenger side. The charging cable will point into the sidewalk. Yet it's a really good point. I hadn't considered before in terms of charging on kind of Streets and towns. Because i normally go somewhere. That is a little bit off the beaten track already in a car park where there's no passing traffic. But yeah if you're having to get out of your car and plug in those kind of things you want a it coming out the side of yoka even something as simple as cyclists coming pass now in theory they should be further away from your car or that we hitting your wing mary. But if if you wing mirrors do fold in when you lock your car. Many premium caused do then. Yeah the thing that could be sticking out. The furthest is a big cable in the the traffic direction. So i i hadn't. That never considered that. Tom moga moga. Says i think audi got it right with the adriaan. Having a charge point on each side of the front wings for maximum convenience says. I think it was time to on both sides but ccs on yes it was personally. I'm not a fan of charge points on the front bumper. I like to reverse onto my drive and into a parking space. Says tom so the rear of the car would be my preference for charge but having at least a type two each side makes things a lot easier Yeah and i kind of forgot about the audi and porsche. Having on both sides on this an area is going to be that as well. I believe in japan. Because the getting rid of chatham oh and again any new sensory finds correct me. I'm doing this from memory. But because they have been off chatham oh everywhere but japan They going to do on the nissan aria Which is not replacing the leaf. It's a segment slightly higher And the one side is going to be typed. Two and then once i was going to be Or even wants to be ccs once it's going to be shot and then everywhere else just gets one Charge port. I believe. But correct me. If i'm wrong. Anyone that say mega nissan fan. So hail says a standard would be good. But i can't see it happening with tesla ripening superchargers to other manufacturers a standard charge location would be useful in terms of ease of access at the front like the. Mg's make sense or right at the back of the car. There are some bp charges on the forty one which makes charging a hassle in my id three as the cables curb side whilst charge ports on the driver's side of it like filling up fuel with the fuel tank on the other side yet. So i know what you mean as well. Why don't use you know. I think we all did when we used to. Go fill up with petrol and diesel. Maybe you still do it. Was that kind of not so hard sinking moment but when you realize how is really busy. So i'll pull into the you know. The side of the petrol pump. That might tank is an on and then stretch across the bonnet around the boot and hoping that i've parked close enough. I don't think i have a so far away. I had to give up move the cock closer and then i think over the years as well i think. Most petrol stations got longer pumps as well the supermarket ones. I remember the signs from from you. Please poke both sides there. You know the you know the troops along enough as it were but it's a it's a really good point putting them on the sides when you have side charges and that brings under discussion of where the charger goes. And i've seen. I think you know the most typical charger is at. Let's say In line as you pull up to a charge point directly in front of you will you reversing into the space directly behind you. But i've seen some recent tesla. Install some recent super charger installs whether actually put it At forty five degrees. That's even closer and they've put them in a nice long row butts but rather than backing in flat you so backing in alongside each one Which i thought was an interesting way of doing it. Maybe it was just a unique site. Or maybe they're doing more and more like this. Of course that means that you're even closer on a tesla. Tessler at least two to to to plugging in marcus says having the charge on the front fender like the ron's is nice but there are situations where the high power charging cable is too short. Maybe not a problem on eleven kilowatt charges if you use your own cable which hopefully long enough but the best option is in the rear where we used to refuel calls with dinosaur gps. This place is usually not so dirty not covered in bugs not coveting snow. You can walk backwards into the charger and any many places plug in easily. And all he says friends about holes housing. Musk made the right decision about the position of the charging ports on their their cars only says in a perfect world we will have standardized things like standardized battery packs in a perfect world. that'd be wireless charging pads everywhere. We go so you just talk over it and you can start charging but in a non perfect world rather than trying to standardize the charge. Port positions of cars made by all these different manufacturers. It's easier to redesign the charges. They just need long cables and more flexibility like the chem power charges he says. The limiting factor. There is the ever-increasing judging power which requires thicker cables. That requires running coolants sums of liquid. I'm sure it's kind of. It's a water. Some sort of coolant pumping along the cables to dissipate the heat and they can't be too long and so it's a really good point yet. These high powered charges do have. I mean the cables. A heavy now. And i say that as you know as as a reasonably stocky guy but some of the cables especially the ones that if it's really cold almost high-powered charges on the cables get stiff as well you it can. Yes you wrangling. The times with those new really heavy cables. Sean says the best location is in the fronts. Middle of the car. Because that means you can be central to whether the charger is on the left or the right hand side. I've experienced ivan to zoe's I've got a kohner at the moment and that is just about front center. It's offset a bit which kind of hurts people without see the but anyway The yeah the m. g. o. Loads of loads of cars. It's a very popular position to have it in the front. And i've heard people say but what about if you have that accident where you drive into a wall or something silly united at one mile an hour or you bump the car in front of you because you think that going the the junction and they slam on the brakes. They change their mind. You just hit that bumper and then you smash charge points. The first thing that hits another car and that is claire's point phillips says the kea. Evie six has its in the rear rights light cluster. I don't think i'm not sure it's in the light club. You're actually right. And it's i've never seen this. I've seen petrol filler caps hair. But yeah i've never seen on tv before. Have you seen the six. Do you know what i'm talking about. It's literally the back right. Hand corner of the car and it might be the light cluster. I think about it but the whole little flap opens up. it's in the very very back corner And surely this means that when you have a a slight fender bender says claire you potentially damage the charge port and render the vehicle off road until it's fixed for just the smallest of taps in traffic so she's taking the opposite view you know what and when you say that both of you gotta realize there's no ideal place to put a charge on a car but i do tend to agree with our earlier comments. Which was who made that point. That would have been Marcus that probably. I think tesla just by mimicking petrol and teased filler caps. Because that's exactly where most cars put them probably got it right if that be. You have a shun and that bit of your car gets damaged. You have folded some big sheet metal like the bumper will gone. You stoved you in. It's a big accident and at that point on the worried about the charge poll. I wanna make sure everyone's safe. You probably not going to do any damage. Otherwise but yet on the very front and the very rare. Yeah i know what you mean when you have those accidents they can even if he hasn't smashed up the plug socket. You still want to go and get that checked in the high voltage cables all around it. Even for the slightest of taps two very good point and then what about standardizing. The charges as well. Well look i think with the best will in the world. We've seen today that. No one can really agree where he should be in charge manufacturers. Just have to do that. Best would say though and again me being a bit of a neat freak whilst. I love long cables on certain charges. I've seen some recently with really long cables but no cable management and so you know they start high up and so you can stretch them a long way and the holster. Is you know it's quite high up as well. So it's got a long long cable on. But then he plays for the cable just to rest on the floor which it gets dirty and wet and you walk on whatever so great you've given me like twelve feet of cable but got nowhere to put it and even when there is some cable management. People don't put the cables back. How they i mean they can barely put the you know the plug back in the socket on some people. I don't know how they managed to get through life big. But you know you see the way. Some people treat judges asking them to do the cable management in a million years these these kind of people so yet. It's a strange one. We're not gonna fix it. I think we just have to do our best. But let me know your favorite charges in terms of looks and functionality. Two separate things actually the test superchargers. Don't look that great. I mean they minimalistic but they really really functional. I love anything with a big screen but unite. That's gonna break at some point and then can you even use the charges couple of charges around here. Amok is broken because the screen doesn't work. But i know that if you plugged them in at least on. Ac that tethered icy. If you plugged them in they will start charging. No one knows that so it can kind of handy anyway. Sure podcast that. I thank you very much for listening one three anymore answers because i want to keep these ones really short another. It's you know people just prefer. The news episodes right new question of the week with immobility norway dot com this week. We're going to be talking about a big environmental report. Ipcc talking about one point five degrees warming and you know we can't stop that now but we can do our best and there's a worst case scenario which is horrible to think about so. Let's talk about the environment on question of the week on a scale of one to ten one being nothing on a scale of one to ten. Where does environment rank for the reason you're interested in. Ev's i want to know and be honest. i'd love to hear for you. What is the environment rank. For the reason that you're interested in eve. As no sham minds begin with it was like a one. If i'm honest with you when i first drove the electric vehicle it was more fun. It was tech. it was a gadget. It was a toy. It was quiet. it was smooth. My wife liked it because he's always driven automatics. We bought i e v at no point. Did we think we saving the planet. We bought it because of a ton of other cheaper to run smiles on your face installation celebration at knifepoint that we go well. This is a good thing. We're being very green. We knew it but it wasn't that and then over the years. It's become a huge motivator as be become parents and we've changed and grown and it's now a much bigger reason for us but for you. What is environment rank and the reason the interested in a vase At all is it the only reason so let me email me. 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1091: First Demo Run Of Lucid Air Grand Touring | 23 May 2021
"Coming up on show one nine one. The first ride along a demo. Run the lucid. At grand touring and it looks amazing. Stick around the data calcite folks back and doing well and the home market of germany. Tesla mega charges being installed in california ready for the semi truck at some point in time end. How many ford f. One fifty lightning e. v. reservation holders are there We'll find out well. Good morning off the nato. Good evening wherever you are in the world. Welcome to newsday sunday. Twenty third of may my name is mawson league through every story so you don't have to remind reminder for our patriot supporters you get your ad free feeds. Look into your account you'll find the exclusive. Rss feed to punch into your app that you used to listen to podcasts. So we have an exclusive demo all the lucid a grand total ring. And it's someone who do a podcast with every friday for inside ev- as it's call kona pronounce suspect motoring and is out to spec series of channels on youtube. The challenge to go for a ride along didn't get to drive it but did get to sit in the passenger seat of the lucid. A grand touring who was driving. Derek jenkins the senior. Vp of design brand. He could say that it's his baby. But of course. When carl mentioned that he was very quick to say it's a team project well according to kyle who has already looked around the lucid in when it was station. Rian show The i ride along experience was impressive. Says inside of as the range indicates a was about two hundred and twenty miles. That's about three hundred and fifty ks and less than half charge was showing on the battery now. These things on accidents right. So when the media get to go into a car like the lucid. that is so much attention around there. There are people that look everything to make sure it's presented in the right way the choice of person doing the driving what you are allowed to film what you aren't allowed to film in the fact that it was showing two hundred and twenty miles and they haven't it wasn't topped up full. That would have been a conscious decision whether they thought well maybe the youtube audience or maybe the journalists will notice it or not but either way they won absolutely maxing that thing out full range. It's strong point of the lucid things. Like the powertrain. And that's ready or that's ready to go the hardware and the software is all fine shooting and requiring a bit more work. The cost should have been out now. I believe but it's been delayed slightly. The lucid at grand touring just to recap jewel. Motor all wheel drive. Five hundred seventeen miles at eight hundred thirty kilometers an eight hundred horsepower. The price though is sticking point for some one hundred thirty nine thousand dollars probably the out. Cliche that if you have to ask price you probably can't afford it. This is a quick clip of the video. It's ten twelve minutes long recommending. Watch it on youtube link in the show notes but this is when they do A little bit of Performance testing cool. I really appreciate this ride. I think you know from from my see what i'm getting. We're not even in a production. Carbon it feels quality. It feels extremely well put together. It's unbelievably stupidly. Fast food it looks. The part appeals. The forest is larry. It's stupid fasting is the thanks for the right opportunity. really yet. Call was arriving financially. If spending ten minutes in the car and i can see why it looks lease stunning whites for those to get into the hands of customers. I think he's i think it should have been. I think it was around now. Like hugh to twenty twenty one. It should have been by thinking maybe a three month delay. Maybe a little a little longer. let's talk about as being delayed not the first one won't be the last one model s platte so just to remind model as long range is the refreshed one there's models plaid and plot plus which the plot plus is going to be the one with the new batteries in and five hundred twenty miles with tesla hasn't delivered any of that luxury cars the since the start of the year. Thanks to a computer. Chip shortage says c. n. n. and once upon a time it was the cows only offering but since then of course model three model y elon. Musk has been promising. The return of the model s. Just around the corner any minute. Now been saying that since january twenty seventh saying as recently as april oh that deliveries will begin in may twenty fourth of my tomorrow night deliveries brand new week. So according to cnn elon. Musk has now confirmed that. There's a june third event and that will be a customer handover event all the model s. plaid version what. Musk tweeted fastest. Production car ever notice sixty in under two seconds look no matter the eyepopping acceleration and the design quirks of like only getting steering wheel for quite a lot of money however the delay in bringing the s to market is proof that the former tesla mainstay is now off the for the company. According to dan is he's tech analyst at wedbush securities. It's still important. The tesla continue to offer the s in the ex. I said given that prices top one hundred thousand dollars plus high end vehicles can generate profit margins than the three older. Why i've said many times over the years. I sometimes get tesla fans icing me for. It's entirely optional. To have the in the lineup. Now they don't need they could. They could him off and focus everything on three. And why tesla needs the wi- to be a success number one then probably three and cyber truck in equal measure and i put cyber truck equal with three. Because it's not out yet. And so we don't even gonna look like but that company needs to thrive on the y being a success and the story essex entirely optional. I think they should be in the lineup. Because i like having those kind of cause of the top end to For people to kind of look at it and and technology can trickle down as well. So look if you are expecting a refresh or x. It may mean that it's getting closer. Let's hope the june third event actually happens call white to see customers taking deliveries of some excellent aviaries. Coming up on the podcast. We'll talk about mega charges for tesla semi trucks going in in california and how many reservations the ford f one fifty lightning has. Let's talk about volkswagen now. Number one and number two in the german market. The german plug in vehicle market scored over fifty thousand registrations last month in april. Twenty twenty. twenty one There's been a big month for both plug in hybrids pure electric battery vehicles as well. The market is firmly in the disruption zones as clean technica With the plug in vehicle share at twenty two percent. That's huge over one in five vehicles. Plus okay on huge in germany. Ten percent of those pure battery electric vehicles. Volkswagen leads the way in their home. Markets i actually the yup. Yeah didn't expect me to say that. Did the yup took the top spot behind it. The three the kona and the gulf plug in hybrid old benefiting from the beginning of the corta tesla off month. If you like into the ships arriving from mountain shanghai nothing arriving nothing selling. That's just the white tesla doesn't do drip drip. They do all or nothing and so it's nothing month for tesla not showing up anywhere. But we know that you have to look at those. These figures monthly Sorry quarterly not monthly. Little e up is a veteran. Now surprising the its way to the top of the charts third win in a row surprising performance among the top eight models only two are plug in hybrids but because of the way they sell actually plug in hybrids a fifty three percent of the time. There's just more of them on the market although not in the top ten interestingly showing up now in germany audi q. four h. ron based on the mvp platform like the four and that is showing up now in the sales figures. They are being delivered in germany. Skoda any act showing up in the said that's being delivered now in germany. Brilliant both great cars both the full and the scada any act next tessler installing mega charges at frito lay. There are putting in a semi truck. Judges they'll mega charges. The northern california warehouse upon completion of the installation. They'll have the first known charges. For the tesla semi says tasmanian. They'll serve the first fifteen electric trucks older by pepsico which are due to be delivered sometime. This calendar year I'm sure handbuilt At maybe maybe texas probably nevada And of course each one will be very very bespoke only building a few of them every week. Tesla's new charges will be installed alongside existing charges at the moment. it remains unknown. How many mega charges are gonna be installed. Even how they'll look at the site plan and the plans that we found Showing the mega pack batteries will be installed there as well to stabilize the grid and to be able to dump power into the tesla semi trucks when they need it next. Let's go to denmark in copenhagen dan taxi and e on the big 'electricity company energy company. I should say launching a charging up for taxis. It'll be easier to highly fully charged in copenhagen. Most of the city's current three hundred pure electric. Taxis are dan. Taxi is a company that off for the drivers. It's been increasing difficult to find somewhere to charge as it become more popular so five neutrophils charges are going in judge. Ten taxis time and delivering three hundred kilowatts so that these taxi drivers know they'll be somewhere that just the taxi drivers can charge and they can get way of business Some of those 'cause you know with a couple of shifts or working twenty hours a day so it's really important to take diesels off the road. get working. Vehicles charged up and get people experiencing electric pal as well in the back of taxis next. The electric ford f. One fifty is comparing to the cyber truck and riviere wante. According to the drive they say a two horse race. You really go choice between the rich. And the ford f one fifty based on price alone they say a ford. We'll move the lightning's base price of forty grind before incentives so just over thirty grand after the federal tax credit. If you qualify for that the talk racing is excellently. Say payload horsepower off. Good the rangers lacking slightly on the base trim of two hundred and thirty miles but that's probably a baseline number conservative. Ilk go up says the drive. The ribian has the same. Its high price tag on his position as a luxurious vehicle. Top trim eight hundred horsepower. Twenty two inch. Wheels cybertrust veisaite. According to the drive the truck is not comparable until specifications are released. And that's true like twenty nine. We saw one vehicle occasionally. They'll ship it somewhere and drive around demo run but that's it so we haven't seen the final cyber truck what it looked like the specs. The final performance the space. Even since the you know the franck would've won of course but you know the interior. The design of it none of that confirmed yet so the dr refusing to give it time of day and compare it to the f. One fifty in the ribian onesie and finally talking. F one fifty. How many reservations forty four and a half thousand less than two days since ford's unveiling of the all electric bestselling pickup truck. They've now had forty-five almost forty five thousand reservations. The f one fifty lightning's as the detroit news. Four deepened up reservations on wednesday nights allowing customers to put that one hundred dollars stirs of the truck and then later that place an actual order so again. It's only one hundred dollars like the cyber truck. It's refundable is a reservation but really you can cancel it and rarely we'll wait and see but that's a great number by the way show ford will be buoyed by that all rights coming up. We'll talk question of the week the best bits of the week. Because it's your the podcast and this week's question of the week with your own says now thanks to military noy dot com. We are asking you which specialities vehicles should go. Ev rajiv narayan has somewhat of an expert opinion on this. I would like to see an electric ambulance becoming available. He says currently patient care in the ones. We have cramped defers in many. It's challenging to have more than one. Emt working on the patient in the patient compartment so much so that often patients stabilization has to happen on-scene prior to transporting to the hospital. Where i believe he works also. The vehicles tend to spend all the time. Idling wasting gas and ambulance Could have more space and waste less fuel and i agree with a big battery underneath the floor then literally all of the space is available for patient care and equipment and things like that i think is an exist. Any great of how a vehicle like that could happen if performance to that'd be wonderful to to be able to travel silently. Don't need to put the sirens on if there's no traffic around just for patient comfort as well great idea. the user abc Obviously not real name. Says i think the two best vehicles go via police cars and ambulances. I live in a smaller suburban neighborhood. Where with the streets combined covers fifty four miles so not exactly like london. butts We don't have to travel very far to get anywhere. The average nine one one response is two minutes for the majority of people in the city. And the patrol. The slow street speeds a stopping often for police vehicles on top of that most ambulances Don't have to stay on the side of the road like they do in big cities so like you know many places big towns big cities in order to reduce the response time a lot of ambulances half the sits either lay-bys in cop hawks strategic positions. They'll be dotted around the area and you know the crew have to sit in the front of those vehicles drinking the takeaway coffee and having the the food and waiting for cool whereas because everywhere is close together. Close knit where this comes from. Last you have an ambulance station where the staff can go back properly decompress and relax and it means that the vehicle to on charge so it's perfect absolutely perfect They say that Our local department has Some newer explore hybrids. The idol on battery didn't know they could do that So mustang mach e or converted transit for an ambulance would work well fire engines Have insane the not so easy. They say next. Mark richards says i was at sea world and san diego before the pandemic and they had these. Noisy diesel told buses to take you around the park. They're going to be cycle day. And we don't do any more than fifty miles a day and then have a guy who had twenty miles an hour but they run on diesel and the idol stops and these would be a perfect thing to go. A you could even do wireless charging at each stop and have a very small battery. Many cities also have told us is the drive driving around the city on a on a on a route showing you landmarks again. Perfect for They have all night to charge and do low speeds setting aside the pollution thing about how nice it would be to get rid of the smell. I agree like that's crazy somewhere like any of those theme parks but yeah like seaworld in anyway anyway chef shuttles tourists or passengers around theme parks. They should all be you. Don't even have to plug in through the day. 'cause they go so slowly next michael hyman. A hyman says ski slope groomer as a phrase. I've never said before. A ski slope needs to be groomed and many ski slopes advertise things like hundred percent renewable electricity for that lifts bought than they bring out some loud smelly groomers first thing in the morning. Run them up and down the slopes these things have old to charge a low center of gravity. That'd be safe and i agree. Actually ski slopes are some of the most beautiful places in the world and then we run diesel vehicles on the migrate. Stephen troy says. I think it's a tie. Between postal trucks and school. Buses both have fixed routes see could do a lot of region with stopping both be more enjoyable for everyone if they were quiet and fume for robert grace says to the question. I know that it's technically difficult for many reasons. But we do need trans oceanic airliners but what about hydrogen. He says my friend robots you bring us on to our next question of the week we then straight into it. A brand new question of the week with mobility norway dot com. Let's set it so earlier. This week we were talking about this war of words. That's broken out between diamond and timely trucks. The says no hydrogen is a good thing for trucking and have a piece had volkswagen. Group backed up by elon. Musk he replied and said it's staggeringly stupid or something like that. They don't believe hydrogen is asshole a good use for passenger transport. So i'm gonna ask you what you think. Take the temperature of the audience of the thousands of people that listen to this show every day. Do you have an opinion on hydrogen for personal transport. And you no. He's a good answer about it. Just means that hasn't been covered enough for you to be aware. Yes oh no both good. But if it's yes what do you think. What's your opinion. i'll take the temperature of the audience. If this show and we'll see you can email me. Hello a daily dot com as it was on a sunday a mention for our patron supporters with the ad. Free fate app premium partners to aerobics of electric future. Brad crosby portion of the village in cincinnati audi of cincinnati east volvo cars of cincinnati national charging dot com and delivery charge dot com derek riley from the youtube channel growing all the time making gripe videos rich at rs to make some good stuff. And you my -bility no way. It goes out partners. Love challenging to them. Whenever get sean so the email etc david. And lisa allen bob boothby for millbrook cottages. He will be saturday special guests in six days time next saturday. He runs five star. Gold self-catering cottages devon to interview him. And my goodness meet what. I set up behalf. Down there Darin mcclatchy from the novo real estate yuka cooking from shift to electric dot com with number two raji marianne. Emc thank you. Ian juliet soda grin and michael lumley opens the podcast exact producers quick mention adrian allen shed alex danni alexander frank and his hope andrea jefferson andrew. Green andy cohen carolinian casts. I say it clearly gonna fix Blunderbuss jones thompson breese bohannon. Charles whole kris hopkins christopher off color. Hennessy in zeevi. Chris davis david. Finch david partington david prescott. Dc don mcallister. Screen costs online. Dot com ed. Kotane eric hanson. Every union you'll meet frederick rubik. Gene ruben heavily right hundred license ian griffiths and ian watkins. 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1180: Question Of The Week Answers | 15 August 2021
"Coming up podcast. Eleven hundred ninety. We hit from you your sister. This week's question of the week stick around and at the end of the show will say big thanks to all about patriots forces as well are exact producers and above. Well good morning good afternoon or good evening wherever you're listening in the world. Welcome three being used. Daily sunday fifteenth of august question of the week answers right now and so many of them. Perhaps i don't know not looked back. I could be the busiest one we've ever done. Everyone seemed to have an opinion on this. And i love it. It's always nice when we We strike gold with question of the week some weeks. It's less busy one. The misjudge the question a bit but this way we were asking you on a scale of one to ten where environment fits in because honestly when i bought my e v i was more about everything else and i like i intellectually. I knew about the benefits to the environment of driving an electric car. And i felt good about that but it wasn't the reason that i was on a mission to buy one thought i'd survey you the most important of this podcast as the listeners. You keep it going without you. It's just me talking into a microphone to myself. So i thought i'd sell the audience. Well we start with. Brendan now brendan hutchins. Says the environment has been ten at ten reason since i wanted an e. v. years ago now with how freaking cool they are. I'd say a nine out of ten. Not because the environment is any less of a reason but because the other cool aspects probably ten percent of what. I want one like. I'm charging cheaper less maintenance high-tech luxury instant talk all freaking awesome and would make me want to navy over a fossil cobbler alone but the environment is just too important for it not to be the biggest reason by fast as brendan rajiv. Close friend of this podcast. Rajiv narayan says for me. The environment is walls a solid seven. For why i initially got into vs not just the devastating impacts of climate change as discussed by the ip report. That's we did on the podcast a few days ago but also the health impacts. There's a recent study published by harvard school of public health showing that almost one in five deaths worldwide a jew to fossil fuel particulates infants are particularly susceptible as we pointed out many times on this podcast as well but in addition to the above fossil fuel subsidies adjust out of hand. There was nobody. There was an imf study showing the five point two trillion. Us dollars are being. Spent globally to subsidize the fossil fuel industry. That's six and a half percent of the global gdp just giving benefits free money. Subsidies incentives to the fossil fuel industry in the us alone six hundred and forty nine billion. So which is more than we spend on the defense budget just subsidizing. Fossil fuel companies. The worldwide opportunity is staggering. You're absolutely right. And the subsidies that we give to the fossil fuel industry as rajiv correctly points out but the money we spend fixing those problems. now. I know that I wouldn't i know exactly what rajiv does. But he works in the health industry and so Certainly in some not. Hey we have a public health system. I mean don't get me wrong. We pay for our paycheck but we have a free healthcare system The point of when you need it and but there are certain places the obviously you know the. Us has a healthcare system. That's makes money out of people being sick but we will not healthcare system to make less money because we want a sick people. If that makes sense. So i think of explain myself well enough. We don't have to spend that money any insurance money fixing the problem is we've created so edward partenia per pertinent. Sorry says my main interest in issues is intelligence and rationality is a species. I want human beings to be intelligent understand that we must get one hundred percent renewable future. Not because it's good or bad just because it's beautiful in this sense burning any fuel on nikolay deposits is not an option however however clean it can be even if we found our way to clean up nuclear fission. I wouldn't pursue it as long as that would be an over. A massive accounted earth with little or no space for wildlife the intelligent and our option. He says it's a long lasting renewable society that uses sunlight. His needed energy and electrical energy is used to drive a v. So the environment for him as a ten out of ten absolutely. That's what he says. Scott berger again previous contributes to question of the week and scott has a fantastic onset like you. He says. I was i drawn to these because i had a chance to drive one. Leon was smitten. I'm a penny buys. Cows first and foremost for performance and fun says scott. After an osa day in a fit five hundred eighty he was sold and with a testimonial s experience under his belts as well since then range and prices came down to buy the kea narrow. Ev a major pass. The calculus was a fifty mile. Round trip commute spending so much money on fuel. The slaves a lot of money by charging off peak. He lives in an area in the northern. Us seeing its worst drought in more than thirty years climate aspects are increasingly nearing. The top of my list says scott. We are in a climate emergency with that said. I've also been writing e-bikes as much as possible for simple errands walking to pick up my kids from daycare. Scott you my new hair. Because that's exactly what i need to do. I drive to go get supplies or sometimes i should walk But an e bike is the perfect solution because honestly like once. The time i've found mccarthy's got in the car. Know you buckle up you go to the shop and then you got to spend some time parking and then honestly jumping on e bike just going around the corner because it's for me. It's about half a mile just walking. But i don't if i'm in a hurry i drive. That's awful and i want to do what you say scott much more. I don't to me by. But maybe we should build one. And i can tell that story on the channel or something like by the bates rather than just buy one off the shelf that that would be easy. Scott says in summary number one cost of operation to environment three fun four reliability five tech and six the stress free driving david allen says it was always about the environment for him from the stop. My wife and i planned to transition to. Ev solar geothermal over the course of a decade we started in two thousand fourteen swapping out hyundai elantra for a nissan leaf. Then we swapped out to the sentra. The nissan sentra for volt. When you move to a single story house which had a a south facing roof we installed so let than in three phases over four years next. The vote was traded for model three. Our gas consumption dropped from drops to zero and the last step will be replaced. Our guest furnace with a ground source heat. Pump all of the fun and savings of the icing on the cake. Says david yeah. I've gone update to my story as well i. I won't go into the details now. But i'll tell you on the podcast. Maybe over the next few days or something so our new boiler arrives in two weeks satellite twenty eighth so that is solar thermal so we having solar thermal for the hot water and we're having a peavey to charge the electric car. No storage yet. i know heat pump. But that's you know that's on the plan with saving working hard and you know we. We want to do the best we. We don't need to be off great but we want to do the best we possibly can. We live in the middle of a town. But we want to do the best we possibly can. And we're fortunate that we have the ability to gather there and the money and stick it in the savings and you know we can do that but let you probably on the podcast over the next few days with what's happening in you know shay. Tv news daily next allen. North gut says my ranking for environmental reasons as a ten out of ten because of my understanding of the climate crisis. I realized i must drive a navy and a bolt immediately after release and now a model. Three jacob goldman from kansas says on a scale of one to ten for me. The environment is number one as a motivator. So i guess yeah i guess he goes one or ten. I was thinking ten would be high but he says the number one so i think maybe he's doing one is high icees but maybe it's a one. Anyway that's what striking doug vowels says. I wish i could say ten but almost a probably a night with a few guilty points in there for the cool tech. Two years later i still believe. Electric cars are way better than the gas predescessors. I'm coming to realize that improving components of a broken system. It's just not enough causes still paul. The massive resource consumption lifestyle. That's killing us and the planet. So i'm happy to see increased numbers of electric cars solar farms. But it's not going to be enough. We have a full system problem and there's little recognition over it an urgency to fix it says rodwell says interesting question of the week when he bought his leaf back in two thousand sixteen. The environment's environmental benefit was know. It was like a nice to have like a two hour ten but like everyone else. When i started my journey i learned while a kilowatt hour was. Yeah me too and i knew what one was but i never knew the significance. I i used to give me two readings. All you know to If they if they were out so if we out when they came to read the meter. So i'd call up and say well this is how many kilowatt hours we use a new. What one was. I just didn't ever have a reason to think about how many we used. But when you get any you really do fast forward five years. I drive a tesla long range as my main car. So one hundred percent driving electric one hundred percent renewable energy from octopus energy and we are looking to install solar and battery an air source heat pump to remove guests from out of our home to be co two neutral. Yeah i'd love an sos. Heat pump raj absolutely. Would i don't know. I researched prices by having as far as asking for people to come around and quote because gas boiler. They still pretty new. It was in the house when we bought it a couple of years ago. They really want to decommission a working gas boiler and that will just go to landfill probably but then again every time we use it. We're using guests. And so you know should we either way. I think it's going to be about eight to twelve thousand pounds. And that's not even on the table for us because of the peavy going in and the war walser but one day and he said welcome bit harder. Thrifty more podcasts. So he says. I was a two. Now i'm a ten lovely all right. Well halfway stick around. We've got more of your answers to question of the week coming soon. Samhan saad says currently about seven ten when he first go into as appropriate to ten. I fell in love with the idea of a eve as being economical fun. Simple to maintain a not complicated. I was convinced that it was good for the planet because all of the negative news like burning coal etc. Because this podcast and because of podcasts like evening news daily he's been educated and he knows the truth county not in a financial position to buy an ebay but the goal. These working is buying one nice work. Sam yeah we took a long time to buy. I when i was making this will have my twitter account Before we own levy. Like i was into eve as i was talking about them. But i didn't drive myself. We would just saving saving saving. You know working working working to try and put some money in the bank account and in the end we did i i second would never obviously would never go back. Volkswagen id four is his car he wants to try and get hold of one naipaul kennel canal one end to els kennel. Yes yorkshire. Av club. Paul says my. I was in two thousand seventeen and the environment was a solid ten out of ten. Oh no no. It was ten. Sorry it was ten. I was cost number. One is a yorkshireman of course cost was going to be number one but now he says it's now a number two because still leads the white malcolm foul says. I'm a ten in buying an ebay for environmental reasons. I i drove in two thousand nineteen. But i don't think i would have bought one if they haven't been better for the environment as it was by far the more expensive car and most expensive car i've ever bought says malcolm having said that i am saving far more in running costs than i anticipated. My little petrol. Hatchback was costing me ten pence a mile in petrol which i thought was cheap but by charging die renault zoe overnight at five pence per kilowatt hour. Making use of the free charges at tesco ever already does help. If you know in the uk that step catch every little helps and it does right you pop india shopping for now and boom plug in free. Lucky tesco's on point. And he says he. Saving fifteen hundred pounds. A year in fuel costs eric lawson from northwest oregon on a scale of one ten on environment when i purchased the our in spring as reasons were he was tied of stopping at gas stations. Having zippy fun car to drive lots of other reasons and at the bottom of the list the environment and that was probably the same as me. Robert grace says my answer the same as yours. I bought navy to learn about the tech with protecting the environment. You know second place distant second place now. i'm much more interested. Says robot in low carbon emissions. Am i feel guilty. When i drive. All right in a fossil gobbling vehicle My attitude has changed markedly. I'm in exactly the same boat. The rub christopher j miller i research for two years before buying a low cost twenty fifth jamieson leaf and have driven it now for two years. My opinion hasn't changed over those four years. How important is the environment as a factor. He says it's a to like to our ten acknowledged. The benefits of driving and not emitting exhaust fumes. By wasn't the major reason for why he bought it and continues to drive an navy. And i think there's also a bit of environmental shaming the goes on and like you know i think if you reasons like the environment isn't a reason fee. I think sometimes you other people judge you and that's almost wrong. You know you. You'll reasons for driving the like. When i first bought one when my reasons has changed over time and when i became a parent it changed. Of course i think much more about future generations Brian hickson said. I'm a strong seven out of ten. I bought my ideal last month. But it's been in the garish for three of those four weeks because of controller failures. Oh no brian. obvi- so heartbreaking. Oh no on. Defoe's a lovely karma. You're going to be driving this soon. I bought the cop because i'm concerned about the environment. Ona move away from fossil fuels and into cleantech in general upgraded. The house to with a heat pump have solar on the way. I'm also a bit of a gadget. Fiend i like the whole idea of moving to new tech however it didn't take me long to get used to paying very little to charge my car and given this i've had three ice replacements for the car while in the guarantee i have to say it stinging the petrol pumps i guess it would actually was talking to a friend of mine recently and you know she does live in the countryside and so trips to take those at the school and then after her job and then again at the end of the day and she'd like fifty or sixty quid a week in petrol on little. Cheer son darrow. And i'm like. Oh just get any in charge. I even i and i was educating her on little cars like the leaf and things like In the zoe and things like that. So hail tons. E says i go into the holy v movement initially because of the tech slash geeky aspects however only bought my in december and it was off the reading and listening to podcasts about eve. As and the impact on the environment is better than my. Mg zet s. which is a fuel guzzler on a scale of one to ten. I'd probably about five. They say the financial benefits weights it heavily as did the enjoyment of driving navy. Chris from denver says my wife. And i have ordered a model y long range and i would say the current state of the climates and it's bleak future says chris in denver has influenced our purchase greatly. It's a nine out of ten. We live in denver which was recently rated as the most polluted city in the world last week due to the fires in the west the elevation and all of the combustion vehicles that for work he drives for hours every day sitting in his car for extended periods of time to emails and prepare to the side that he's for the site visit that he's doing. I try my best to not let the car idol but with how hot it's been getting is difficult. I feel awful for but it'll be a great day when we have a model wine and those worries and our longer thing a cheaper v. would probably work for us but long trips back to our hometown of normal illinois a best suited to tesla it will be our vehicle until we can afford another review in the future. Maybe now one onc- wow. Wow oh my goodness me. That'd be an amazing vehicle. Tesla is an amazing vehicle. Very very envious of the. I'd love a model y long range rare wheel drive. They just need to make one in the right hand. Drive please mr. Musk and i'll end off a one of those ali. Magenta lost one then says my previous car which according to some sources. There's no such thing as gave me a mild taste of electric driving. And he wanted more on a scale of one to ten the environment school zero as the reason to go. Ev he says anoma bad person. You know absolutely you are not. You don't have to love the environment to drive a navy. You can love the environment and driving ebay. It's would be crazy for everybody. Who drives an av to be as passionate as other people about the environment new on that scale wherever you want to be my friend. Thank you to him. Everybody who podcast. Who sent the podcast an email in the last week. It has been a busy one as you can say. I love dedicating a sunday. Show just to your bit of the show. I really love that. let's let's keep going. I say that. I'll contradict myself immediately and say there's no question of the week this week. can't think of anything that really is burning and so why force it like. There's nothing is really on my mind this week. So hey we'll just take a break for a week and it'll be back next sunday if that's okay right. Let's do patriot. 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1195: Question Of The Week Answers | 05 Sep 2021
"Podcast twelve hundred to iran says to question of the week and we say thanks to patriot. Supposes good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you're listening to the world. Welcome to e. news daily second-division for sunday fifth of september. My name is martin lee. Am i ask you the question of the week and you give me your answers this week. Question of the week with e mobility norway dot com. We're talking about how 'cause like the five and trucks like the ford f. One fifty lightning or arriving on the market with plug sockets for domestic plugs being able to draw power from the traction battery at decent levels. Like the ionic five is going to be able to pull toys like three point six kilowatts at least here out the the the stock is liable. Two hundred fifty volts. Because i drove an ionic last week and like five And yeah oh the stat sheet. Say it's two thirty volt doesn't really matter but either way it's Around three point six kilowatt. So that is. That's that's anything that you would have inside your at least domestic situation you'd be able to pull a sixteen amp. So what do you want to plug in into electric vehicles in the future. Surely more going forward maury vs we'll have plugs sockets on now. The i like the way that the ford f. one fifty lightning is doing it. They've got some domestic plugs under the franck late which is just enormous and also in the truck bed as well. Full do this with that That combustion technology already you can use them as generators. but i'm far more interested in using full electric vehicles to power of things. And i was asking you. What would you like to draw power from. What would you like to power that you can draw daria daria or easy. Says i would like to submit a response to question of the week. Personally i would use vehicle to x. The construction job site. I work in construction says doria and getting temporary power at the site can be a challenge with vito ex. It would be much easier to provide power to subcontractors for the various power tools. I it would certainly be quiet and easier and you know what i was looking at some electric construction equipment and i didn't understand the implications about running combustion vehicles inside. It's obvious when you do even five seconds of thinking about it but the ability for these vehicles are all electric construction vehicles to work all day And they're silent. You can work at the weekends. You can walk day. Normally the the operators have to use them for very short periods of time and then take a health break. That makes so much sense. Yeah construction a really big deal for electrification but plugging things in. I can see. It will be very useful for you. Call kramer emailed me to say. I'm hoping that these with regular plugs Leads to toad. Food trucks getting rid of portable generators awful to queue up for food and be inundated by allowed and stinky engine. Yeah thought about that. But you're absolutely right if you go to a family event in the park or Music festival or anything like that as often some food. Stan's food trucks increasingly popular upsetting. I used to work in the city. food trucks. Were like the thing that everybody had to stop buying sandwiches from the supermarket. And you've got to the food truck which was twice the price on your lunch break. Because they'd make it in front of you know those kind of things. It was like the dumb thing. Food trucks really big deal in certain places. Only and yeah. You're absolutely right if you can run them on. Electricity holy moly. Why would you have a portable generator hollow to jif wash. He says when it arrives. And if i was working in the woodland's out run an electric tractor he says james coyle. Who is james c nerd on through. It's obviously i would use. Its own grungy cable. Then you'd never have the charge again. You mean it'd be self charging. Wow i can't believe they have inadvertedly Invented the perpetual machine. He was obviously the life of brian. Make bloke on twitter. Says i did think about running an electric heater in my old plasma. Tv in my house. But then i read that vehicle to load on the ev. Six isn't supposed to be used in the rain. So even if you're camping it's not whether pref- i would also worry about electrical safety of it. I didn't know that. Brian almost the albany driven the hyundai ionic five driven the kea eighty-sixth thing if you select media outlets the kind of youtube channels that do car review type things that i really do those kind of things. I think they've had a chance to drive it but yet question that i would ask anyone at key. I should've asked yesterday. When i was there for fully charged outside and talking to the team at kia navy six was on show doors. Were open very beautiful cub. I didn't ask. Can i have a look at the vehicle to load plug and can i use it in the rain. Very good point plug in power on twitter says digital sign age and sound systems at. Ev events really need vehicle to x. Available via ccs on the charging port to do the really useful stuff. Though i guess what you mean. Yeah well i think. I know what you mean by that as in you wanna pull more power if you want the ccs plug to be able to extract a lot of power me nina if you can put one hundred thirty kilowatts and you want. Let's take that out. Is that what you're saying. Because you know the minute the way that the koreans have done it they've got the little kind of Droopy dungle and it goes into the type to plug where you would judge it and then on the end of the droopy dungle. You've got just a domestic plug socket to pin three pin etc depending on where you buy the cow on. Apparently that you'll drapey. Dangle is designed differently for the uk three pin plug which makes it not waterproof. But i need to look in to that. I think it's what you meant. Anyway you mean to be useful you wanna pull more than just three point six. Kilowatts duncan says. I just checked and my fridge. Freezer uses two hundred eighty four kilowatt hours a year. That is no point. Seventy kilowatt-hours put i seventy seven point. Four five could run my fridge freezer for ninety nine days it still but i said to somebody i would work it out. Yeah dunkin grace dot. Actually fridge freezes really interesting thing and we don't really have powercuts. Power cuts were thing. I used to experience when we lived in the country a lot more it would snow and the first thing would happen is power. Cut great candles out of the drills. I live in a town called pool next to bournemouth with a of people would know as a seaside resort. I cannot remember the last time i came home. And you know we were. Did the the the clock on the oven was flashing. It happened a couple of times a while ago. Which is why. I have a small kind of ups system for the studio. I lost some work But apart from that it's not like a regular occurrence here and so you're absolutely right in places where there are more power cuts than the experience a fridge freezer. Who would deal. Because i some expense in a fridge. Freezer right the food that you've stacked in that to go off and go to waste. It's a really good point. duh donegal v. Man says all the white goods that make camping easier and pizza. Grant says al van. Yes oh two responses. They're on the same topic. Same theme. I went camping Two weeks ago with our friends and there was just a. What's it gonna come on. Die blog the little blue circling. Come on plug The but they have on the camp sites. And i have one of those two a four way domestic on a six meter kind of lead thing from the camping shop years ago and so yeah we had power but other times i've been camping. We have an and then. What do you day when you haven't got any power then using the is it butane the little gas bottles ye cooking on gas and unconnected take a little while longer but also. Yeah you burning stuff now. My friend who we went camping with sheep. we'll go. She hadn't induction because they go camping all the time at camp sites that have so she was there cooking home meals now. She had a nice little induction. Halden it boiled worser. And i think about was it ninety seconds making a cup of coffee. Amazing now i didn't have a look around. I like a picture of the of the hub to go and research it. Because i definitely will not next time we go camping but yeah if is anything less than three kilowatts and it should be when you think about it. If we had a car that you could take power for them without would be ideal and be so so useful and much more safe as well. Let me cooking on stuff. That's burning things and you can knock you over and you know with the kids and all that kind of stuff. So that i thought was utterly brilliant. All right coming up miranda's to question of the week and we'll say thanks to our patrons that is on the way keep listening. We're talking also this week. Bouts battery charges and paul. Peterson says the battery charger for my hand tools. When i'm working without power. I think that'd be a really good point. Actually because you know a battery charger doesn't pull a lot of power. He could easily charge all of your work tools. You're drills etc power screwdrivers from your car when you out and about rather than just running a an inverted of the car eve. The future twitter account says it's a nice feature to have in my dig a hole at some point but audit preferred a proper county great solution being able to run some of the house and a pal cup would be appealing. Yeah i guess. I guess i'm just excited about the fact that we've got a a reasonable way of pulling power from what is a massive traction battery in you know the the ford f. one fifty lightning i think the cyber trump is gonna come with domestic outlets So yeah but i know what you mean like a proper way of plugging into your house and pulling some decent amounts of pow hasyim calls a deck says already. Run my microwave and induction hub in my e can pecan decent but two kilowatts. Plenty for me. When i'm camping along with having the heating air conditioning running and again depending on what time of year yes both of those heating or a conditioning. Running off the car would be utterly amazing. Allah says a house battery pack. Now i like you thinking especially if it's not your car because if you're charging bucar every everyday coming home and then recharging your home's battery pack from your car. I can imagine that would prematurely where the battery may be by miniscule amount. I don't know but yeah if it wasn't my least car or something handing it back at the end of you. You finance arrangement. Yes you can go to have free charging it look provided by your workplace employer puck. You could go to work. Charge up your car come. Hung plug it into your own battery and then run your house from your battery which is obviously awfully grid connected safety connected because home batteries are i like the way you're thinking the the tightwad in me likes that the podcast take it easy. Says i'd run my laptop. My guitar amplifier and photography on location and lights as well good shout. Ev brenna in the us says in the aftermath of a hurricane. Audran a fridge fan and charge my phone. You know what e brennan. I hadn't even thought about just simple things like yeah cell phone charging if you have any power that is a lifeline. Matt cernik says let's look at the output wave form. Then we'll decide okay. yes you're doing. Some deeper thinking that i was i'm guessing is thinking that he just wants to make sure that That power is kind of pretty clean. I imagine and going electric. Uk twitter account says a bouncy castle. Yes i've seen. Johnny smith do that and thomas. V says another ev slightly. Smiling face Yeah that's you joke. I know with your smiley face emoji. But absolutely right if a and output three kilowatts. That's all three point six kilos that's more than most granny. Charges will take about two point two something two point point four. So you're absolutely right. Inanimate urgency and you wouldn't want to do all the time but if you needed to absolutely needed to you could charge another evey from your e the if output at a decent amount of power like. I say it'd be a very rare exceptional circumstance. Maybe it'd be charging up a recreational vehicle like a motorbike or quad bike. If you had one of those electric or something something else but yeah you could in theory charge another evey incredibly slowly but you could to thank you very much for all of your answers. The question of the week. I really really enjoyed doing a separate podcast with your. Because i said like just rush through it because i was a web. I didn't wanna make those sunday shows. More than twenty minutes always felt like i was cutting onces now so now feature more and i love it. Thank you so much less at a brand new question of the week with my ability. Norway dot com so in germany in munich. The i aa mobility show. Is this week. You're going to hear about cow alone. Jason charger launches and a lot more. The most headline grabbing cars from the big names will no doubt any. Get the headlines butts. What do you think needs electrifying to fill a gap in the market. What do you think we should be hearing about not necessarily the big expensive mercedes and new. Bmw's but what do you think needs electrifying to fill a gap in the market. Get your thinking caps on than mommy. And i will radios out next sunday. My email addresses. Hallo at av news daily dot com. Let's think premium partners of the podcast and everyone who supports this show exact producer and above level phil robots of electric future. Brad crosby porsche of the village in cincinnati audi of cincinnati east volvo cars of cincinnati east national car charging on the us mainland and aloha charge in hawaii derek riley from his vr and youtube channel. I missed yesterday. I fully charged outside of company that he flew from ireland. I was coming up the three. And i still miss him. Richard at coda. Uk for buying and selling eve as the uk and mobility norway dot com hydrocare partners. David and lisa allan. hi guys bob. Boothby from the mill brick cottages. They have five stock goal. Self-catering cottages longtime supporters of the show. I do know that. Bob has now configured his new cal state website You know what it is without checking with him first but I think he had a lot of fun doing that. He's new the arriving. You want to wait for new model year Did bob but he's a big fan at darin mccloskey at the novo real estate. Hello to yucca. Cookman from shift to electric dot com with the number to check him out. Raunchy narayan to ian juliette soda grin and mike lumley as well. And all of our exact producers adrian bond allen shed alex haney alexander frank and his hove andrea jefferson andrew green and then cairo and lillian casts and few expect us jones. Brian simpson breaks. Bohannon charles kris hopkins and krista valle cohen. Hannah's hennessy michael cohen hennessy in. Zv over the weekend grudges. Damian davis david finish david partisan david prescott d.c don mcallister. He loved driving his model three recently. Screen casts online dot com his website. Edco eighteen. eric. Hanson every kenyan. For frederick right. Gene ribbon henley right hundred license ian griffiths and ian watkins. Jack oakley james store jim morris. John schroder john van bought john. John van de i should say john lewis bidding mcboatface from not having a good time fully charged outside. I see john man. Check on guns. Kevin mass and lawrence allen. Lebron lee county. Moss would multi young mike winter. A nathan gore browne nathaniel friedman neely robots from sussex vs and i've had had aston and paul stevenson pizzas. Pete gordon peter indira's robert vs film trautmann raymond rallies running keep schneider rogue from the irs. Thinks channel on youtube rubber grace report mitchell psyche. Paying stephen penn steve john thomas. Ats lakes the flexi because of one myself out the plug seekers. The youtube channel is the word i was trying to say and remember. There's no such thing as a civil judging hybrid.
1126: EV Startup Rimac To Buy Bugatti From Volkswagen | 27 June 2021
"Coming up on show eleven hundred and twenty six electric vehicle. Startup rimec looks set to by the legendary Gatty from volkswagen stick around. We'll tell you more also the podcast today. Massive battery goes live here in the k. Tesla's full self driving up date. How long is it away and did california really asked his to stop charging we fact check. Good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you're listing around. The world welcomes wavy news. Totally lost one of the week sunday. Twenty seven th of june. My name is marcin lady going through e every stories. You don't have to start with the story about the electric vehicle startup. we've been around a while now but we'll call them that rimec leader matei buying a majority stake in the legendary bueget. -i name from volkswagen. According to a media report the croatian specialist wants to acquire a majority stake in the vw. Subsiduary Bugatti will ris. Mac is going to be floated on the stock market next year. In twenty twenty two according to the german publication manager magazine citing sources who are close to the matter. The bugatti deal is very close to completion. But it's also done deal says. Electric dot com volkswagon initially expected to transfer responsibility for eighty. Two that porsche. Division and porsche would then form joint venture with rimec in which rimec would have fifty five percent of byu gatti's hsieh's in comparison porsche controlling forty five percent however the porsche stake in rimec was increased in march. They now own twenty four percent so you is a quarter owned already by vw. Well by through the porsche. Subsiduary and that will remain unaffected. So if i've read this right byu gatty will be owned by a joint venture company separate company fifty five percent rimac twenty at forty five percents porsche and then they will still be the rim at company making these amazing supercars like the navarra of which porsche will also be a twenty four percent. Stakeholder volkswagen's soon to decide on the future of their luxury brand begetting oliver blum who's volkswagen's management board member and ceo of porsche said today now porsche is boss. Oliver bloom early vitiates. There were intense discussions. On what the heck do we do with gatty. Well however you say that in german and those discussions were ongoing but at the time earlier this year roommate was described as being a good technological fits adding the decision will be made in the first half of the year. Well whereabout three days away from the first half of the year being over. Watch this space links to electricity. Msn dot com in the show notes. If you'd like to read more that's mega story right because rematch with the best one in the world. They've doubled their workforce over the last few years from five hundred to one thousand you know. They're not the biggest car company in the well. They've launched the navarro. Which is the new name for the sea on the school to only the second vehicle they've made and again those are vehicles which they don't even keep themselves so they don't have you know a fancy showroom in mata he's like well i'm keeping them zero zero one and that's my because they don't have the money they need to sell all of the 'cause they can make keeping any back for themselves to put up you know in a museum so it's still company the is yes making multi million dollar hyper-cars. Yes doing incredible things with technology and not taking any of that white but still a very small company so i would say in this instance Punching above their weight. I don't say if i can be on between you. And i and i probably wouldn't say if i've always in the same room as the boss of vw grape man. I'm just so pleased that vw didn't just get the checkbook out and byron. I'm so pleased that didn't happen because you get the feeling that they've done. Multi has done what he's done with that company because they've been able to and you know being kind as i can be to all mega-corporations they both move slowly and also the people wanna get fired and so then it have as much entrepreneurial spirit you know pete. Nobody speaks so man. I'm pleased that vw. Just die. We'll we'll buy rack and let them run your gatty site. That's let them stand alone. Let them do that thing. But interestingly let them then run beauty because all come are going to have to go. Ev at some point. It's just wendy do it. Like ferrari lamborghini maserati names. That are so linked. The sound of their petrol engines are going to have to go full electric they. It's not in question. So when do they do that when you gase go. All electric and what kind of began gets made with rimec in judge. I would say a really really good one all right. Let's move on. Let's talk about a massive battery. Going live in the uk this to me by listening to fill alan email this to hello at avenues. Daily dot com a new giant battery storage system for recharging vs going live in today. Creating a blueprint for other towns and cities go net zero the fifty megawatts. Our lithium ion battery is directly connected to the uk's high-voltage transmission network which is run by national grid and recent guests of this podcast on saturday. Last week's special was indeed graham cooper from the national grid. Now there is an eight kilometer private wire delivering power from the battery to ev charging locations that gets distributed around the city of oxford including the uk's largest public challenging hub that has up to ten megawatts of power on site that features thirty eight ultra rapid charging stations and fast charging stations delivering the energy to av drivers. Night and day. It's oxford's park and ride and it opens later this year. Fast ned installing ten charges at the hub. They are going to be three hundred. Kilowatts the really fast high-powered charges. So unless you own a audi each. Gt or an ionic. Five or six sleigh off of those ones because your car can charge on a slower one but those cars need the false charges. Matt allen is the ceo of pivot power. The company behind this power is an etf company now and they are doing. I think pivot power that talk about that charging house. They want to build some of the most interesting and also to do with mega battery. Storage projects was interesting. Things thinking outside the box in this country They have led the one million pound government backed scheme and matt said quote. This is the first grid scale battery to directly connect to the transmission network of the uk and represents a key milestone for the completion of the energy super hub in oxford our mission to accelerate the uk to net zero planning forty similar sites around the country and quite goes back now by that parent company. If you wouldn't bet against them. I'll pop linked to fleets europe where i got that story from if you would like to read more about the oxford super hob i'd also edf renewables ownership of pivot. Pal you can find them. Pivot dash power dot co dot uk. Okay let's talk about what they're doing in oxford. The park and ride provides fifty points catering for range. Visa speeds visitors can charge in minutes if they need to stay with their vehicle or going into work for the day or shopping. In the city they can charge on a much slower level to charger. It says a connection to the national grid high voltage network with the hybrid battery storage system as maury vs hit the road. We need more battery storage but more energy generation but also more choice of to charge. And that's a that's a public education job like a little podcast to try and teach people about issues. But you can do that as well as you make. People who may be buying electric car one day or your neighbor bison eva and you know you can have those conversations about how when where and to charge. And if you're leaving your car for hours on end sticky on a seven kilowatt post. And i think i i told you. The story on the podcast. Last week i went to an insult. Georgia may here. Which is fifty kilowatt fast charger and there was a renos zoe on it which was full zoe. So is one of the ccs plug obviously because they panicled plugs. Those instable units. Do i say something to the owner of zoe. Dude you're nine thousand nine percent and you're blocking dc fast charging now. I didn't need the charge because it was local to me if someone was driving through dorset and they needed that charger stuffed. There's a guy nine thousand nine percent left is gone. He was on a night where he was like left the car huge education job. And that's the responsibility so many levels all right moving on. Let's talk about tesla's full. Self-driving beater. I don't talk about it. A lot on this podcast. Because you know. There're people who are big fans of elon musk's promises and there are people who wait to judge. Well guess delivered. I would say in fairness tesla when you look back at what they've done normally deliver. That's been a bunch of promises online and we won't get down the line of ventilators and stuff like that because whether it was meant or not nothing nothing ever arrives but in terms of like core products that cars and stuff like normally deliver timescale. Tc but full. Self-driving beata is certainly later than it was gonna be and when you've got the hard core websites like teslarati being critical. I think is probably okay. If i'm a little bit as well the release of full self-driving beta version nine has been delayed but this time only a week because it was months time than it was two weeks every two weeks and now it's only weekly that's an improvement on. Musk has been tweeting to say for several months. Now oh coming soon imminent. Stay tuned Tweeting earlier this morning. That fixing issues before releasing its to the wider public in beats foam. And he says he's driving the alpha nine version. Get him he can do what he wants. He's the boss. I'm driving alpha. Nine says elon. Musk but we need to fix obvious. Issues before releasing beaten nine obviously hopefully next week full. Self-driving subscription capability should be turning on via the tesla app. He said well. The most recent update to version nine came on june the sixth when a musk updated owners with details on what was expected for the long awaited released one more production release of pure vision. They week and then beat nine a week or two later. it's also pure vision. That it used the raiders. He said that would have slotted v. Nine to be rolled out to customers on june the twentieth checks diary. Realizes it's lights again. It doesn't matter that nautica a tesla. So if you own tesla and you're looking forward to it let me know. Is it something that you will dive straight into. Is it something that bothered about. Let me know always looking forward to hearing different points of view opinions coming up on the podcast very soon. We will look at be investing in cutting edge data for charging stick around. We'll tell you more soon and of course question of the week gets onset. Okay let's fact check. The claim was the california instructed not to charge that car. I saw this floating around on social media and also on websites last week as a record-setting heat wave swept across the western united states in june the organization that oversees most of california's power grid sounded the alarm to cut electricity consumption at the flex alerts. It's called issued. By the california independent system operates on june seventeenth was Easing the strain on the power great encouraging residents to avoid activities. That draw a lot of lucky. So your air conditioning. Your thermostat stuff like that. But it didn't tell ev owners. They could not charge. that cost. there was a particular facebook post on june twenty-first which claimed this which of course went viral. The post said the state has told evie owners not to charge their cars that evening while the california iso suggested residents lower their thermostats earlier in the day to pre cool their homes and charge. They release earlier in the day so he didn't need to charge later in the afternoon. When it was going to hit peak demand it did not require owners to not ought to stop charging beccause. That was a social media. Lie and i wanted to bring that to you. In case you'd seen something british petroleum sorry. Bp owners of a network here could be p pulse also investing in more than just buying that network recently now making a seven million dollar investment in a charging company i teke through that bp ventures um seven million dollars being spent there a A tech company that connects charges with the grid. Let me try and explain this. I think i understand it. It optimizes the charging process by automating payments delivering cost savings and energy savings to customers. They call their platform. Iot dot o. N. i don. I often anyway. However i meant to say it. It allows vehicles from any av maker to communicate with charging stations and to signal when to start and stop charging the platform gathers information over time identifies patents and the energy requirements of every user across every form of ev. Charging my phone on silent night. Sorry about that. The technology also enables viana to sell unused electricity to the grid through vehicle to grid technology. So puzzling to die in the show notes. If you'd like to read more all right question of the week. I was asking you about how you plan. Long road trips that requires charging on route even multiple charging on route as well run run. Be from san jose. California says for single charging. Stop jenny's less than four hundred miles. I rely on in charging planners of the porsche tyke on the multiple charging single day i review the route on a better route planet Using the web on laptop for a better big picture or a phone app. If i'm remote. I use the income routing only then for multi family trips. I plan picking hotels and venues in this case. I attempt to fight hotels with charging or hotels near charging for example in chasm city. I found a reasonable hotel. It was only three blocks from a free level to charge up at a government building. Tycoon does a good job. But not quite tesla level yet but the co excels in every other area hollow to mark buckingham In new zealand he says easy the power trip app if you wanna check out pound trip dot co dot n. z. Not anything. i have got experience off. But if you are a new zealand's check it out. Let me know. Kimberly loyd says i'm still new to driving without missing leaf. Forty kilowatt hour. So i plan everything in advance before i leave. I'm probably overcautious in terms of knowing how can travel between judges billy lang via twitter said with the best planning in the world you cannot predict charge unreliability so you have to stay on your toes and be prepared to reroute on route. Jonathan matthews said one of the best things about my tesla is just getting in letting the navigate to the next supercharge many people. I talk to don't realize this is also available on tesla's website to plan in advance. Kenny strong says when i go on a long journey tried to have a plan a and plan b for every one of my stops is not always possible but when you do dry and you have to be prepared for charges to be busy or worse blocked by an ice car. Someone that ninety nine percent of us So i always try to stop where there is another option at least a close by says kenny. Yeah that's hard isn't especially if you know anywhere. There's a lot of charges to even think well there. But if busy of second choice for asking gonna law Leslie in birmingham says. Oh maybe birmingham tonight could be a. This is without doubt the worst parts of any the i've driven in a way though. I understand it because they have to try and collect tens or even hundreds of different charging networks all around the country hopefully provide a live update and then expect it to be good in every model vivey on the market. It's almost impossible. says leslie. he. I know what you mean when you think about it. Every tv hardware device is made by a different company. The calls are made by different companies most most. Tv's are connected cars so they do. Have a sim card connection to the internet in them. But still you and then and then. Those charging hardware units all operated by. You know unless you're looking at the big ones like over here ep. Paul's great serve now boyaca trustee electrify merrick's canada. There are still hundreds of smaller often regional or even local networks. And so you have to try and make goes all appear inside every car unless you've vertically integrated like tesla. It's a really tough job to do. But it is being done and certainly the focus of lots of attention and that we can't wait to see the improvements that the main thing to everybody who email this week for question of the week or is it a brand new one with norway dot com a question of the week you can also now and i'll read out your answer on sunday. If you could only afford one of these options what would you rather solar panels or battery storage. Say on one hand. Would you prefer to your own energy generation but then again if you could still energy overnight when it was cheap and then use it later or even charge a car. Later is battery storage better. What do you reckon. Email me your thoughts. What's better solar panels or battery storage. If you can only afford one email me hello evening. News daily dot com thanks to all the patriots who get the ad free feed. Check out your patriot dashboard. If you haven't got yours yet you do. You're eligible for that and you can just put the rss feed into your podcast and avoid the ads. That everyone is phil robertson. Electric future premium the brand crosby portion of the village in cincinnati outy of cincinnati ace volvo cars of cincinnati aced national charging dot com and charge dot com derek riley from the view island youtube channel. Richard are vida. Uk the buying selling vs in the uk articles e my -bility norway dot com. Hi david and lisa allen. Bob boothby that bob and the family run cottages. They are five star. Gold self-catering cottages in the beautiful north devon countryside. And if you wanna get away out millbrook as a real treat. Darren mcklusky runs real estate and darren the tonight by team have been a big supporters of the podcast. For a long time. how's the yuka kucan from shift to electric dot com rajiv. Noyon ian sia juliet soda and michael lumley and i love this. Little mentioned for exact produces. Because i am also grateful adrian bond allen shed. I'll explain the haney alexander. Frank hope andrea jefferson andrew. Green and ian carolinian see appeared. Fuchs like blunderbuss jones. Brian thomson also bruce. Bohannon shells kris hopkins christopher. Cullen hennessy in v craig grudges davis david finch david david. Frost gotten dc. Av donald canister screen costs online. 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1084: Would You Go Back To Driving Combustion Cars? | 16 May 2021
"Coming up on show one eight four a rat sunday show where there's no news only you let me explain. Good morning off the lehner. Good evening wherever. You're listening around the world between news. Daily sunday sixteenth of may lee. Normally we the news but a question of the week but there's been so many responses but more than the quantity the quality of your emails as has been so good. I'm going to all of the day's news into tomorrow. Show on to start of week on monday. And we'll just read out your sister question of the week. I knew patrons supporters in the last week and you produce amok richards. Thank you mark new producer. Rico vitale over tally. Thank you very much rico and really special a new partner of this podcast helping me make it helping put together getting on the every single day. That is you michael lumley. Thank you one. And all but michael joining up as as a partner which is just i mean it. It does blame me. White people do this of their own pockets. Incredible thank you so much. I couldn't do it without you. You already funding this podcast and today is all about you because question of the week normally the b. bit of a sunday show. There's been so much we were talking about this survey in california one in five people they asked to be gone back from e vita combustion power and i questioned it and also disagreed with it and california's a specific market was asking you. Would you go back to piston power. Yes no maybe no right or wrong answers. That's okay. that's you know. Whatever you decide in everyone's different and your responses were so well thought out that it would just it's gonna take me twenty minutes to get through the mall so hence why a special edition today yen. Who was the sponsor of this feature from immobility mobility norway dot com. He says mary easy. No way i'm ever going back. Thank you very much. Dan kicking and for sponsoring the question of the week. -bility noy dot com david allen. A good friend of the show says never short of a loved one held hostage or in my current model three being in the body shop. But because the lady in the minivan decided to smash into it. But i hope you're okay. You're right you don't say that you heard so. I hope you're so david's driving alone. It's an infiniti. Q fifty fifty thousand gas banal. Gas prices have gone up because of the pipeline issue. So david. they're losing his muddle through to the body shop and then having to put gas inside his loner and saying he would never never go back. Jake jake from boise idaho. I'm a recent owner of tesla model. Three personally will never go back to combustion. Engine cars the performance connectivity and convenience of having a full charge every morning have convinced me to never look back. I grew jake. You know what you get used to those things really quickly. But what i love about this week's questions you've reminded me everyone's reminded me of the amazing reasons to drive electric and you get used to it like pretty quickly so if i go back and drive the piston con up. Put my foot down pulling away from a junction. And i'm thinking the car isn't leaving because all it's doing is revving the engine loud and i'm like i would have been off a mile down the road by now in a navy jake continues any. He's however the only conceivable reason. I could never see myself going back being hesitant to go. Electric in the first place is. If i didn't have home charging says jake i just don't think i would have pulled the trigger. He says if i would have to rely on public charging in idaho very sparse. And if i put myself in the shoes of someone who doesn't have access to home charge and come back temporarily at least until a home. Charging station was achieved or public. Charge was up to par he. I must admit we lived in a terraced house until a few years ago. built in nineteen ten nineteen. Twelve ish An unread parking and you know now. We're in a. We've moved just down the road but we've got a driveway and a garrett and things like that is so much easier when you have your own dedicated charge. It doesn't mean you can't obviously plenty of people do but it just it does make it easy. I can't lie next. Mark says mark gonnet longtime listener of this show. Mark garnett one californian friend of mine did lease a leaf because the least lease cost was so low at the time it was cheap. Basically a free car. He says i was encouraging and assumed he gave at the end of the deal. But they wasn't gonna tool so he went back pull denny says would i go back. I think it's a rhetorical question. Six pounds a- gallon in fumes vehicle. Excise gt congestion charging four hundred pounds for service crippling depreciation wondering what's gonna break next putting my foot down. Nothing happening manual gear changing vibration engine noise and climate change anxiety. I think it's clear. Paul is never going back. Stephen mcguinness says if i ever go back to an ice vehicle. Don't wanna stand outside in the rain or snow to refill my tank or will. I rather be in my pajamas in bed asleep again. I think it's a rhetorical question. Would i like to continue to pay sixty eight dollars a week for gas or sixteen in electricity. Do i prefer to have the petrol smell creep into my kitchen from the garage door or my wife's baking smell creeping the other way into the gary. Don't wanna stop on my way home from work to my car since my son bought at highway one mt. Aw what. I like to stop each morning with full range. Do i want to spend a saturday morning. Every few months waiting on the oil lebron service to finish or going for a hike in the hills evolved difficult question. I can sense your sarcasm. Young man thank you very much. stephen for You know for that and an ol- ossoli valid points. The i agree with the worst thing when my neighbor unfortunately has a work that i don't think he can get what he could go electric. It doesn't love miles in his van in the winter. So we'd just coming out of that. His driveway is next in my driveway. But like my kitchen backs onto his driveway so we've got like air vents for the extractor fans unstaffed through no fault of his own in the winter. He'll pop out. Turn his van on. Start to defrost. Then i go get some tools and stuff for the day. And i'll be sitting that half six in the morning eighteen mccowan flakes thinking. I'll will i can smell is diesel. So yeah well. They make any van that he the suits him. That will certainly mike. My kitchen smell nice. I know it's crazy right that that petrol smell as i think when so as to it now even comes in my house next pete chips in moody. I remember contacting you at the beginning of my av. Johnny we bought mercedes be two fifty and the last two years have been brilliant. Says pete i found on ebay in my budget fitted five. Remove back for the dog. The range wasn't an issue as we live in a town and most journeys are less than fifty miles. The biggest issue has always been the slow charging the The merck be to fifty. Does three point six kilowatt charging on single face and not to eleven on three phase. We've moved to the country where everything is further away hundred miles away. In fact from experience he can do one hundred miles in the car. But the charging time is impractical son. He says we to change the car now with longer. Range the judges quickly and he says a snow want a nissan leaf or an. Mg five states car. This leads me to your question of the week. I've been seriously considering. I can get nice. Secondhand merck c class under twenty hybrid. Yeah on the twenty and it will fit all of us and the dog during the journeys the equivalent size is thirty. Five to forty thousand pounds. Helped me am i wrong. He says peter. You're not wrong in that market that you're in if you want a nice and you're not being snow but if you want a nice family car little do big miles and everyone then. That's the price. I think that you're looking at if you don't want an mg five m at s v milan leaf which is a bigger call than you think on tuesday of got the new hyundai kona. It's in surfie blue arriving and its box fresh coming from the factory and is this this year one so i've got to drive in a review for a month or two to bring you on the podcast. Look the kona a big car. Bigger on the outside but inside a great deal of legroom boots pretty small in the kona. If i'm honest with emile storage underneath the boot for the charging cables and things like that you got a bit more elbow room more sheltering in the kind of but really. It's not maybe the narrows a little bit bigger but still no. It's a good point for that. Twenty grand budget plug in hybrid or hybrid. Yeah you get lafi money. Next massey says mattie you chemo i would never go back to fossil fuels on a side note about the study. I believe some past the. Us still have single phase electric power so this developing country technology might affect the decision to give up eve as if you drive a lot. I can't figure out why they would. Otherwise we're swiss single phase here on domestic on some parts of europe a three-phase but with single face away. Yeah i charge it all my zoe Which is pretty good for. Ac charging seven point something. you know. i'll get sunny in the low to mid sevens In terms of charging at home does us fine next mock richards says never would i go back to internal combustion he says i'm julie and i'm selling my bolts back to gm and kind of freaking out. But i have to drive. Truck fulltime until i buy new. Ev i think your average listener is going to be more of an avian. Theakston far less likely to return very vague for an ice cap. Yeah you may naturally actually you know you gotta be careful when i saw. This isn't a scientific study until i'm asking an audience of av fans. Would you go back to combustion. So the responses are going to be slightly skewed right next. Robots longmore says Could i might wrote from sydney flaming alah. He didn't say of. I own a owns a mitsubishi. I'm ev and a model three. I will never go back to ice. I won't even rent one. He says i found info. The survey was using data from two thousand fourteen. Thirty two twenty eighteen. When fast charging stations you were in the hundreds not the tens of thousands and only from people. He couldn't charge from home. They were talking to in this study. So in that illustration one in five people with an v. Might consider going back to a navy back in two thousand thirteen when there wasn't public charging and they couldn't charge a home. That's a good point robert. Thank you for reading into the study for me. I really appreciate it next month. Buckingham says i've never heard of anybody here. In kiwi land going back casta is next. Kesse san back or son batch. I bought my first six months ago. It's a tesla model three. It was the worst purchase of made my old audi diesel was so much more it was more loud. It was smelly. It was slow it was more smokey. It was more cluttered. Lots of mechanical things to go wrong. He loves to pay more tax paying a clean as zone fee. Don't get that. In a tesla do you get to the dealer for servicing when you have a diesel cau- not were the navy. Think of all the things that you missing out on the dealership out of course buying fuel because petrol stations such cool places to hang out he says also you get more time in the car when you're defrosting sitting in in the morning and also this nonsense i'm trying to do a straight face and what's this nonsense with refueling overnight. What a gimmick says. Nice guest i appreciate your in your email and i like it. I like it very much. Next how would spelman says. Yes i would and i'm one of them going back to combustion bots. He says i'm not typical. Let's bear with him. He's had for over ten years and would never go back to a piston. Vic help it. He has reservations on. Ev like riviere inside the truck and lucid and he's been investing in electric startups however there was one vehicle he needs. That's missing that isn't easy camper van and there's nothing in the market which will satisfy him the he needs his current purposes so he's had to buy mercedes sprinter diesel and he says i will be one of that. Twenty percent of people. Going back to piston power. But i will always go electric when i can. The transit does one hundred and twenty miles so again comparison. He's looking at three to five years when they'll be Av on the market that are suitable for him of camper vans. He's driven since he. I tested the gm. One you go back to the mcnutt mid nineties for that. While mike is next. Mike barrick says we finally have a kia soul. Av it's the twenty. Twenty model is through your podcast. Giving me the information to go for it and also to get my partner clued up to make the change says mike. Thanks for that. She loves it. We aren't going back to. However i saw a facebook group. Someone said they are going back in the reason. They gave that fed up with plug hybrids charging on charges and not freeing up charge point also pure battery electric vehicles being fully charged and the moving them. Mike says we don't do many miles and so we don't have that problem. Yeah i agree. I don't generally co video on demand. Miles but i didn't see plug in hybrids clogging up dc false charges. I don't see people one hundred percent not coming back. You know it depends on where you live and the infrastructure around. I guess right stevens next stephen and his lost by the way stephen ludwig says the simple answer is no. I've driven fifty two years and loved some vehicles and disliked but most of that involve the expense of the internal combustion engine last july. He finally found his. Ideally at twenty eighteen bmw. I three in kansas. Awfully california has thirty. Five hundred miles purchased it how shaped at it hasn't been a pandemic. He would have gone to bring it back to florida. The three he says a blast to drive my wife loves it and he's trying to get to use the tech. My next e will be the id. Buzz van lusting after it since he saw the concept waiting for twenty twenty three when it is out but entitled own sixteen. Vw's in his car lifetime and once an av one. They got no question of the week this week. How have you enjoyed it as you can say you fifteen minutes in and there's so much we could've talked about on the podcast today but i really appreciate everyone who emailed with feedback on whether you would or wouldn't have done to combustion and why no rights or wrong one situation is different in your life where you live what's available budgets etc excetera. So should we do this less a brand new question of the week then. With mobility noah dot com. What is the best specialist vehicle. You can think of which would make a great tv and i mentioned that. Because we're talking about an av fire truck recently on the podcasts. Why is the best specialist vehicle but you can think of that should be electric. Well actually talking about electric fire truck. Recently andrew emailed me is regulation to emu. Study says Thank you for mentioning the electric fire truck. And he says the rosenbaum is a is a hybrid but he wanted me to look at the e one yvo which thank you very much. Sending the information on is a full electric truck. Not a range extender. And it's made in the uk in asia and it's got a three hundred and fifty kilowatts motor two hundred eighty kilowatt hour. Pack that's mega. Does one hundred ninety seven miles of range and thank you very much for that. That no says my macbook beeps away should have been on silent if the microphone. Pick up sorry about that all right. Thank you very much for everyone who got in touch this weekend to all of our patriot. Supporters who i will mention next premium pot of the podcast phil robertson. Electric future brad. Crosby pusher of the village in cincinnati audi of cincinnati aced volvo cars of cincinnati national charging dot com and a lower charge dot com derek riley from the violent youtube channel. Richard at eight. I'll cut it yucaipa buying and selling in the uk and of course yen immobility no dot com hydrocare partners. Thank you so much a new name to add to the list. Well david and lisa allen a first on the list longtime supporters. Also bob bob. It's a long day. Already to be from millbrook cottages now milberg cottages a five star old self-catering cottages in the most beautiful parts of southwest. England is in north devon cow charges. solo storage. Bob is going to be my guest next saturday. The saturday special. As as i drive down in a couple of alchemy drive down and see bulbous family. And he's got wind turbines solar got some old mill. It's about three hundred years old and that is imposed next to all of the amazing renewables. That he's doing that at milberg cottages. I'll tell you all about that next. Saturday darin mccloskey did i real estate yucca. Kuchen in from shift to electric dot com rajiv. Narayan inci juliet soda grin and michael lumley you name on the list. And the quick mentioned for all of our exact produces adrian bombed allen. Shed alex he need alexander frank and his hope and jefferson andrew. Green and the karoi and lillian cass. I see khalid jones brian thompson. First hand charles kris hopkins christopher baath colin hennessy. He some chem zeevi craig grudges. They mean davis. David finch david parkinson. David prescott dc. And don mcallister he runs. Screen costs online. Dot com ed. Cocaine eric hanson. Every cunene you'll be for rubik. Gene ruben heavily. Right henrik leisa. Ian griffiths in what he walk ins jack. Oakley james store heavier come l. o. Diaz peres jim morris. John schroder john. Van devore john. Who's biddy mc. Bid face at vs manchester gorgonzola kevin morris the allen lee brown luke. Kelly muscle award multi young. Muck wynton nathan go brown nathaniel friedman neely robots from sussex. Has them full stevenson. Pete glaspie gordon peter de robots from oksana vs film shea trauman raymond relig- run came running schneider robe. He has the rs thinks channel on youtube. Report grace robot grace and report mitchell. I should say saiki paying. Stephen penn steve john. Thomas j t s talks and the flexi because you channel. I have a good day tomorrow and remember. There is no such thing as a self charging hybrid.
1216: Tesla Terminates Its Famous Referral Program | 19 Sep 2021
"Coming up on podcast. Twelve hundred sixteen. It's official tesla have completely scrapped. Their referral program with immediate effect. Stick around on. Tell me more. Also the podcast. Today we are talking about Drivers facing alone waits for electric vehicles. We say goodbye to an electric. Pioneer who sadly policies away. What about tesla's button with the button comes next week. Good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you're listening around. The world welcomes av news daily. My name is moss. Leeann is my job to go through every story. So you don't have to edition for sunday. Nineteenth to september shorter addition to dice. Pretty quiet day and evening news but also you know. It's the weekend's my time with the family and stuff like that. So i wouldn't spend too long outside in the In the studio at the bottom of the garden but we will talk about tesla's big news which broke when i saw it first thing this morning when i woke up tesla ending their referral program. This is huge news because the referral program from tesla has been well a huge source of revenue for them and a huge source of well for many influences youtubers podcasters a source of big revenue for them as well tesla officially ending his referral program with immediate effects. It provided owners with supercharging miles the opportunity to earn rewards even cars. The referral program apply to any vehicle and solar panel purchase and we provide the customer and the refer with an advantages. Owners could work their way up to cool prizes like a next generation tesla roadster worth a quarter of a million dollars. You could drive. In the tesla semi and get free supercharging miles rights. Tesla ratty dot com. Well on the company's websites tesla said as of september eighteenth so at some point yesterday in the us vehicle products and solar panels are no longer eligible for referral awards. Tesla owners who still have supercharging miles can use them. But you'll know more and because the termination of the program. No more miles will ever be earned through a referral. Tesla's demand has skyrocketed in recent months and years to the point where some vehicles are sold out. You can't get until two thousand twenty two now if you go to the design studio on tesla so it's advantageous for customers to earn rewards yet. But tesla don't really need any incentives to get older through the door they actually make the 'cause now there's two ways of looking at it. I see the tesla fans in the height is online arguing all the time. You know the fact that you can't get a tesla now until next year. Does it mean they're getting so many orders or does it mean they've got no semiconductors they can't actually make enough. I mean nobody knows the answer till we get the production numbers but we'll be watching it closely on this podcast either way. Mash -able says tesla's referral program changed over the years and was decimated in two thousand nineteen when it returned a shadow of its former self compared with previously with new ped- back rewards. The company used to throw in extra gifts like toy tesla for children an elon. Musk signed wall box. Or how battery storage. But that all went yes. Of course the most famous ones are those. The likes of tesla bjorn or beyond newlyn. The norwegian youtuber The podcast. I try and listen to when i get time but You know pretty busy and all that kind of stuff but the ride. The lightning podcast with ryan. I think he wants to like half a million dollars worth of roadsters like these youtubers influences winning hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of prizes by giving out a referral code. And you know pumping tesla not. I mean. these people do like the brand. They weren't just doing. I'm coming across wrong. They love their cars. They love tesla so they were just trying to get other people to buy tesla's but you know they were doing that bidding as they were but you know people say to me. Well tesla have never advertised. There's a dollar in advertising in their life yet. Those people have no idea where that talking about. Tesla spent a lot of money on advertising. They just weren't buying super bowl adverts they were doing it in other ways and now. That's all stop. Come blame him really staying with tesla news like the ongoing saga of full self driving beta on every care. Then have one of these calls. I don't think he'll be released to every single car until it's right because it's just a lawsuit waiting to happen but either way it does get talked about a lot by tesla fan. So pass the news on you. It's meant to be next friday. So september twenty fourth the button the button as it's now known capitalized. He capitalized beaver. Button is arriving next friday butts. Have you been a good boy or ago. Tesla owners in the united states. Were get the button next week. What that means is you will have the option of opting in everybody. They say but i didn't believe it will opt in to the beta program elon. Musk tweeted the request button. Which will appear in your car rolls out on friday. And you'll be able to download the latest. If i mean if you've paid for full self-driving of course either the six thousand or ten thousand dollars or whatever. According to tech times dot com. Mr mosque further said that the software for the button will be To be out. We'll be a wider range of uses the now however that fixing the final touches to avoid bugs whatever that means any further explained the upcoming full. Self-driving button the button will only request permission to access the driving behavior of the user in the next seven days via the insurance calculator of tesla. Such a process in place is to ensure that drivers who have good behavior. Get to use it so if you bought a nice new fast plaid i suppose unlike to floor and drive like a hoon. You probably won't get the button because again. They need to be so careful who they give this to. I mean it's not just a select group of the youtube people who don't put the negatives online. It's a wider group now. And you can't you know it's it would take the company down if people start getting this pizza software and it crashes or kill. Someone drives them to a pavement. And i mean it's unthinkable if they widen it too soon so we'll wait and see i dunno know even if it will happen but we'll wait and see next in the news. Byu plug plugging castille sales surging to over sixty thousand in august alone. That's mega third consecutive monthly passenger plug in sales record in china over sixty thousand units for byod sold. According to the data of sales in july byod went to the top of the pile and the global sales charts after being of it for twenty six months surpassing volkswagen surpassing all those as well claiming third place in the cumulative sales charts to the year to date so far in two thousand twenty one. They've sold over two hundred and sixty thousand plug in vehicles in china. Amazing stuff done onto everyone at b. y. Deep right moving on. Let's talk jay leno on cnbc. Jay leno has been on. Cnbc's the news. With shepard smith and he gives a very optimistic outlook when it comes to the future of electric cars despite the latest warning from general motors to owners of chevy volts. To you know. Don't judge them indoors. Don't go to one hundred percent. Don't even park them within fifty feet of another. Hey says not a problem. Gm's latest warning follows the detroit automaker recalling one hundred forty thousand as mates in two thousand sixteen because of the risk of fire. Well jay leno said this. I got quote. The last days of old technology are always better than the first days of new technology. But we're beyond the first days of new technology. I mean the electric car is here to say he said i predict a child. Born today will probably drive in a gasoline-powered calm about as often as you would drive in a car. With a stickshift uplink to cnbc in the show notes. If you'd like to read more. Let's talk about a change to london and the us what on earth is a you less. Ultra low emission zone just to explain so drivers hoping to go electric before the less starts next month. Unfortunately face a bit of a weight for a new vehicle. Demand for new battery. Electric cars increased by thirty percent in the past year. A global shortage of semiconductors hasn't helped as well most petrol cars made since two thousand and five and diesels as well. Mike comply with the les- says the london man. So the con- butts a lot of people not wanting to take the risk of being left with a car. That's noncompliance wanting to buy electric. According to the london evening standard newspaper used car dealerships reporting a massive increase in demand for you less compliant. 'cause if you want to drive into london the the ultra-low emission zone area is pretty big. I mean it covers in passive richmond. And that's just like that's not. Even london is london is inside the m twenty five but a you know one of the out of bars as they were on the rush for compliant. Qasr a director of harrington cows in fulham mr mullet report morlet said we've had our best three months in a long time. Everyone's trying to get rid of that. Diesels yeah so you don't be left with a lemon and a diesel with nothing certainly in and around london because you want to jump in the car and driving to town you can but you'll be paying twelve pounds fifty every single time you do it so buying or plug in hybrid and you'll be right. Okay we're gonna finish off today with a bit of a tribute to an electric pioneer sir. Clive sinclair the in class. C five was i for all intents and puppies recumbent bicycle a single person method of transport. Arriving in nineteen eighty-five with a level of hype. That would surely have impressed. The fourteen year old elon. Musk as he was at the time. But the brainchild of one of britain's most famous tech entrepreneurs unfortunately never took off cirque. Life passed away two days ago at the age of eighty one years old. He was lauded in the nineteen eighties. He was the inventor of the first pocket calculator. The fedex eighty-one does that expect them. I had one of those amazing. The tech tycoon had a deep interest in electric transport and founded sinclair vehicles and eighty-three the company's first production vehicle. Rice also express was the sinclair c. Five they say and innovative three wheeler made of polypropylene body designed by lotus made by hoover. Yes washing machine people in method. Ville the safe. I've had a great fanfare launch in january eighty-five butts the project went downhill. You sat pretty low down in traffic. Yes exhaust level. There was no shelter if it rained. It did fifty miles an hour. There's lots of reasons why it didn't work. Lead acid batteries about twenty miles was oh so of range. It was pilloried really. And what a shine for this great british inventor i mean he's inventing since the nineteen sixties. But i remember i remember the sinclair c five really vividly. What was it ninety five. So i was seven years old and i. It just blew me away. When i saw it because i saw the pedals i was always a bike and then the person showing. It seems like no. It's a with a battery. So you you pedal to get going and then as soon as you're moving the battery takes over. It was an electric three wheeled. Recumbent cycle too early for its time. You would say looking back in twenty thousand twenty one and the week that we sadly said goodbye in lost clive sinclair. He was. I mean he was taken down by british media. They just ripped him for this vehicle. Yeah had no roof. Yeah fifty miles an hour. If only i've been invented now. Hey would have been you know invented now for a city. That needs single-person electric mobility and call it e mobility might because you can't call it a biker. A cut mobility. Which is the word that everyone uses to sound impressive and he would have been a genius when he was a genius. He was thirty years to hollywood. That idea you know. There's plenty of people that collect them now enthusiasts and they should hang on to them because what gray vehicle that was if he didn't make its way to where you are listening around the world didn't tonight he didn't hear the sinclair c five. Then that's a shame. What a great guy. All right question of the week with me and my ability norway dot com. Let's launch a new question of the week here. We go so jewel answer to this depending on your situation either. How long have you waited for a car in the past and evi or how long would you be willing to wait to have an electric vehicle. Once you've decided to purchase what's your time limit. How long have you waited in the past. And how long would you wait. Let me know. Excuse me my address is hallo at. Abc news daily dot com. I'll read out. Your aunt says next sunday as it is sunday a big thanks to everyone on patriots our family that put this show on the and fund the podcast as well and pay for my time to do it because otherwise i'd be doing other work and i wouldn't be doing this and the podcast wouldn't exist. How premium upon phil robertson electric future. Brad crosby push of the village in cincinnati audi cincinnati east volvo cars of cincinnati east national car charging on the us mainland and aloha charge in hawaii derek riley from the av review island youtube channel richard at rsvp dot cave of buying and selling you vs in the uk and amiability ability norway dot com. Hi partners david. And lisa allen heights above boothby for millbrook cottages five-star goal self-catering cottages in north devon darin mcklusky from the real estate's yuck cookman shift to electric dot com. That's the number to rajiv narayan and sip. Juliet soda. Grin has been a partner of the podcast as he was going to join for a month. And it's been with me way way longer to show appreciation. Think julia is coming coming to the end of her partner support and that it's amazing if anyone comes to the end on patriot of like hey kind of twelve show my appreciation of the things to spend my money on. That's amazing juliette. Thank you so. Much an heightened. Mike lumley as well and all of our exact produces quick shout for you guys and girls adrian bombed alan shed. I'll expanding any frank. Undecisive andrey jefferson andrew. Green andy and and lillian. Fuchs like blunderbuss jones. Brian thompson brace. Bohannon charles hall kris hopkins kristof hennessy. And cam zeevi. Great rogers dallas. I'm so sorry. Mackenzie written dallas on the notes. But i know it's dallas mackenzie. I'll check the actual published most. Make sure your names in. Full damian davis david fins david partington. David prescott's d.c. Mcallister screen casts online dot com. Edco eighteen eric. Hanson every kenya number. Frederick rafiq gene reuben. Headley right harry heinrich license. Ian griffiths ian watkins. James store jim morris jack oakley john schroder john van born vote sorry and john who is bidding bid face at kennedy vs john man. Check one gonzales. Kevin mass and lawrence d allen. Lebron luke. Kelly muscle would multi young mike winter. Nathan gore brian nathaniel friedman nearly robertson sussex vs aston paul stevenson pete. Pete gordon peter indira from the navy's film shea fitting trump. Raymond rallied runny runny. Schneider rub from the rs. Things channel on youtube robot. Grace report mitchell. Psyche pain stephen penn. Steve john thomas. Ats and the plug seekers. Youtube channel have a good. Say tomorrow on remember. There is no such thing as a self charging hybrid.
Rivians Generous Return Policy | 25 Apr 2021
"Coming up on show. One zero six. Three riven announce their returns policy. And its route the generous stick around of all the details for you tonight close porsche building on ebay battery factory here in europe but whereabouts. I'll tell you soon why battery swapping scooters could be a solution for some markets and gemini is the biggest market in europe. But what's the second. There's been a change of place. We'll find out good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you are in the world. Welcome to av news daily for sunday. Twenty fifth of april. My name is lee. And i go through every story so you don't half day headline story today then. Two ravines seven day one thousand mile will return policy as it prepares to make its first deliveries of the won t. That is that pickup truck reminded the i one s the suv. Coming later. the truck should be delivered in a couple of months time. June revealed still confident of delivering those vehicles. Also a few pages out of tesla's playbook because let's face it. It worked for them. So wanna copy it if it's not broke. Why fix it They're opening showrooms across the us. They have their own insurance company. As well you can order the cows online. That's touchless delivery mobile service now. Riven copying the return policy. That tesla used to adopt. But he's a seven day or one thousand mile return policy says ford authority dot com identical to tesla's seventy thousand miles per tonne policy. That was offered until the end of last year when without warning. It mysteriously disappeared from their website. Presumably now tesla determined. There's no longer any need to provide extra comfort blanket that peace of mind to that potential buyers but riven will. They are in a very different boats whereas tessler of ten years had stopped. They need to convince their customers. There's no risk so ford and then a backing revision of course but they haven't delivered a single vehicle yet and the needs to assure that customers that they have a way out if anything goes wrong or if customers even change their mind because let's face it there's nothing really to lose for review and if a customer to deliver a truck which would be kind of weird because these buys have been queuing up for years and if somebody did say hey i want to complete refund you know what reviewed have got a queue out the door. So they'll be able to sell to the next person but yeah. They're doing that to persuade people that. There's no risk at all in buying arabian. I didn't know they had to. It's a smart move as well if anything just to give people out to the peace of mind one of the great things about tesla as well but you know i've said many times over the years they are no longer. The plucky startup are no. They aren't yet the incumbent tesla kind of going through the difficult teenage years where they don't know quite what they are and that's that's not good no bad. That's not by the way i compliment or insult but can't get getaway anymore by saying. Hey we're just the newcomers with learning how to build and there was a concert. What we've been doing it for the last time two years so we should know better. They are in that weird of weird phase. That i mean yes. Bhai market capitalizations. Is that bigger than all the other major carmakers added together. Probably but certainly by volume. They aren't but they can do heading towards a million vehicles this year. So it no longer the plucky upstarts and ravina and that is a useful place to exist for reviewing it gives you time buys you a bit of slack next. We'll talk about one of those names that has been around rather long. We'll talk about porsche. And that plan to build a navy battery cell factory in germany that speeding up my -bility drive and now they've got plans for jam. Factory the point of the factories to build sells for trick vehicles the c o. Good oliver bloom and he's been talking to a german newspaper now according to what. Somebody's of these european comic because Looking to reduce that dependence on the asian manufacturers as they ramp up production of and they will have to meet tough environmental rules in the european union their fines based on the amount of co two their entire fleets emit say fleet. I mean all the cars they sell a year. Porsche will purchase eighty batteries from that parent company. Volkswagen group play plan on building six battery cell plans across europe over the next nine years existing battery supplies focusing on volume so that more specialized needs like porsche. Ticon mcken audi each on. Gt audi six as well. Well those will fall to the back of the line because they not volume cars while i got a quote here from the ceo of porsche. He said this. And i quote battery cells or a key technology for german automobile industries and we must also have in our own country. Porsche wants to play a pioneering role in this but there will also be a segment for high-performance battery cells. It's bullshit i mean just as we developed high-performance combustion engines now we'll be at the forefront of high-performance batteries and quite so a bit of bluster in there as well which we get all the time from many names where they go. Oh way absolutely wonderful with the best always have been with will be and yeah press release speak. I put that down. But there's a is a lot of truth in that as well. The german car makers do take a lot of pride in doing a lot themselves and engineering themselves. So the ev situation at the moment has been one where they had to go and do deals to get cells Because they want in a position to build self factories themselves. I they were really looking at the middle of the korean Lg chem s canonization Battery companies with the chinese as well and so An awesome match panasonic always been working with tesla. And so it's really interesting. This is the decade. That's going to be marked out by comic is saying we're gonna make cells ourselves. We want control over that entire inside. Chain justice tesla doing as well well inside. Ev speculates the this point because they're a details about the investment. They're making some assumptions. Well there might be some battery chemistries. That offer higher energy density and will power density than the mainstream cars required but they do come much high cost moreover the they saying that there might be some battery formats even cell type like the shape and size of the offer better performance butts on being used on mainstream costs because of high manufacturing costs. Another path might be cells designed from the beginning to be integrated into a vehicle as part structural components. All really interesting thoughts and a great development in the world of vase next dwells largest motorcycle market will start using scooters a bike makers of made some splashy announcements about their effort to electrify bikes but nowhere near as many comic is doing well. Bike makers are taking a slow and steady approach to electric butts guru guru and hero teaming up to bring av scooters to the biggest bike market of all says jalal panic gurus battery swapping network and electric scooters coming to india under a partnership with hiro. That's a name you might recognize as one of the world's big bike micheals. Now we may. Well be on the white sea. Av bikes much quicker than we thought there are two hundred and twenty five million gas powered scooters in the country of india alone and this is where battery swapping is really interesting. Because the battery swap a car well A battery and a car is crazy. Big and crazy heavy to battery swap a scooters battery that is within the bounds of of of being lifted by a reasonably strong medium. Build person and so it makes it a lot more sense because battery swapping on skates is removable. And there are some fantastic examples. Already of giant battery swap stations already in use already being used in places like india where he banks and banks of these kind of chew bula Batteries that you can just so slot into a giant wall. Which is the charger and pull out. The next one which is got a green light and it's fully charged pop any biking and off you go so that makes so much sense and clearly there's a lot of combustion scooters in india that will really really need to come off the right as quick as possible to clean up the appalachian which they have and could be a great way of doing that combined with battery swapping as well next the. Uk's replacing franz as europe's second-biggest call market of the uk overtaking. Its european partner franz to become the second largest comaq in europe in the first quarter of the. We're looking here at january. Beginning of january to the end of march is rising demand for period vs says the guardian newspaper today about thirty one thousand eight hundred battery. Electric cars were sold in the u. k. And the first three months of the year compared to about a thousand less in france. Now this is this work being done by schmidt who i follow on twitter. I was messaging him the other week. Cash he's saying you know. Do you wanna come on the podcast and have a chat. And he respectfully said he does. He doesn't feel company doesn't do media. He doesn't do tv radio podcasts. he does his written. He's written reports and that's what he does so fat play to him because he's a loved to get him on but he was like. Oh i just don't do anyone. I don't like to do the kind of interview site. So i would encourage you to go and read his work. It's excellent some of it's free of it's paid for a great independent journalist. Colonel virus last year was the first year in which european consumers bought more than half a million electric cars lost year. Supply was still there with eve. As i mean it's not it's not where it is compared to dimond But last year largely combustion cars had a real hard time but people carried on buying vs through the pandemic but that is expected to double this year a million sales twenty twenty one for european customers of pure electric cars now in the next couple of years across the all of europe now in the uk. It's eleven percents All plugging cars and across all of europe the wide area. It'll be by about twenty twenty four the e. puree vs hate ten percent of the market so ten percent is still small but the number start to get really interesting and big as well. When you're talking about the area geminis my father largest of course with sixty four and a half thousand puree the sold in the first quarter of the year but unsurprising because they're som mega subsidies in germany. It re half paid by the comic isn't half paid by governments next. We'll talk about volkswagen and a survey that done in america and they asked. Suv owners about. Tv's volkswagen of america announcing today the results of the found that momentum and consideration of as growing sharply with american suv owners and shoppers along with appreciation of their environmental benefit with no emissions of the tailpipe despite many of them having zero experience eventually driving an ev well to gauge the appetite for electric vehicles. Volkswagen of america polled one thousand as owners and five hundred. Suv shoppers in the united states. Who were considering a purchase within six months and found that overall over seventy percent had never had the chance to even test-drive an ebay. It's a massive opportunity. And i were looking forward to more people doing that this year. And actually i'm kind of working with those that listening to this podcast every day We'll hit my premium pilotless or Some call dealers in cincinnati of audi of cincinnati east and volvo cars Portion of the village. And so i was talking to them a couple of weeks ago about. I'm just some kind of hinson tips and and they're really ford obviously sponsoring the podcast and drive vs themselves and so of course every dealer experience will be different but those guys and girls really pro av forward and talking to them about things that we can do to just encourage that buys into just to try one right if somebody comes in to a new porsche whatever at least to say hey. Have you tried the tycoon. And then if they try and don't like at least that number is the amount of people who've tried ev. but more than seventy percent of never even had the chance to even drive one sixty five percents of owners and seventy six percent of shoppers. A more interested in electric vehicles than they were at this point twelve months ago. Hof of owners and six out of ten. Shoppers say that they would likely by an ebay the next time they purchase a vehicle which is a huge stat. We're talking just under fifty percent just over fifty percent depending on whether you talking into existing. Suv owners or people here in the market for one. It's around fifty percent either way would bion ebay the next time they purchase a vehicle. That is great news for perception. It's great news for the pr and marketing job. That the the. I'm a. I'm a tiny parts of but that's the point of this. Podcast is an advocate advocacy. Podcast try and spread the good word about electric vehicles and say i don't know if anyone i do. People have listened to the show and then borne ebay but it editor the impact of truly. It's great that's more the more everybody can do that. Every part of the av wild including this little podcast here Just to persuade. Hey considerate just consider that numbers now. Fifty percent which i didn't have an equivalent survey but i know the general stats last year year before you before it was nowhere near that is fantastic news. All right. let's move on and it's time to answer your question of the week with mobility no way dot com this week. We're asking you you would buy a chinese-made ev. So many of the chinese carmakers have is on europe and the us so many of them don't by the white and so many of them are just busy satisfying the home market that they have there which is enormous and still largely untapped. But there on names expediting and neo that want to sell cars and in many cases in cars already in europe. A us as well so asking you. If you would buy a chinese-made evey would put you off. Would you have no worries. June bombed of culture tv said. I think it depends more on the reputation of the manufacturer rather than the country if the m. g. s. v. had been out in the uk. Ditching out self. Charging hybrid is a few years ago. We wouldn't have bought out lock in outland. Mg china had already shown they could build quality vehicles a reasonable price and this is a great suv. And if they build the atf. Av an e version of a convertible that they have the tooling for abu. I in q after all a lot of the components used to make visa from china anyway just the final assembly tends to be elsewhere thanks again for the ratios says. I appreciate that. Yeah you're right actually. So many bits. A- shipped from china and then final assembly happened somewhere else. So does it matter next. Steve john says would i buy a chinese. I'm the proud driver of a pollstar. Too and i'm loving every minute of it says steve funnily enough i saw chap reverse parallel parking his post onto today and so i had to put up to a stop because he wasn't doing particularly well and it was a two lane or is a two road is so single line and I couldn't get past. And so i was just cited my wife of the pulse dot to do you like it and like. Yeah but it's a bit of an old man's car brilliant. Thanks for that matter old. I love it post gorgeous. of course yes made in china and I had a good look at it Today you just from from cows we. We were driving past as we were driving around the very nice area of sandbanks in poole in dorset so we live by the way there. Because you know we are normal people right next. We'll talk about steven troy. The fact he. The car is bill in china. Wouldn't turn me away says steven if it has enough range for my use case and the price is right's then it's fine by me david austin says i don't care where something is made along as the quality is equivalent to i'm paying for it good point so it's actually a bit more complex question. I thought actually when i asked it. Would you buy chinese. ev. Well yea sure. What's the price. How long's a piece of string if it's the same price as i can get. Maybe a a german engineering company. That's been building Sort of years. I have a brand affinity with i. No i'm going to be guaranteed a certain level of those cost before whether it's performance handling or luxury all your ride or whatever but actually if the chinese eve is half the price and it does all the things you want that's really really good nuance point. Having all that next. Hannah in san diego says it's it's not the fact that the cars are made in china or any particular country but more about some many of those names not having any support network over here at all. All machines will go wrong at some point she says. And that's when you need to know you'll vehicle can be fixed. Yeah i know what you mean by. That is one of the things that's Not i'm in the market for a tesla by the white but before there was mobile service one of the things that i always moldova again on the market but i'm two hours from bristol in two hours from london and so if i had ever in the past board a tesla. I was aware the i am. I mean bristol's closer as the crow flies but it's back roads to get there so at least a two hour drive on the back of a lorry to get to the near service center fantastic. I've got my boss service now. Plenty of people who have mobile service and swear by say it's really good works very well eases the worries. Of course so yeah. It's a good point. Actually what is the level of support gonna be like Know it's hard to build a national network of dealers. D need that you just. You should use. Outsource it to like a chain of guarantees or something and train. Train them up. So i was funny. I was reading a press. Release a couple weeks ago about. Mg's expansion in europe of course. Mg is a famous british sports car name but that's long gone their owned by chinese company. S i see. Now he used the name of the low. They bought that and They've got a load of dealerships in the and the press release was all about the the european expansion but they were talking about how many they have in the uk and get the number now but it was way more than i realized. Now i know i've gone. Mg dealer named me but there were tons of them me a lot of dealers so again. It's a really important consideration. Next from the feedback form at eighty news. Daily dot com run says considering a question of the week. Would i buy a chinese-made ev. Am i buying chinese mates tesla. Vw volvo am. I buying an australian made british badged vick owned by an indian conglomerate. Mustang is made in mexico but some will say that made in america is more important. I'm most concerned with engineering pedigree. I like innovation and efficiency. The flag of the manufacturer cannot be relevant for very long before capitalism will betray a any rights apple and foxconn built. S- well that i just by. Maybe i'll get me a german engineered. Us made next car. Barry wolf on the feedback form. Abc news daily dot com email address. Obviously i can't give it to you by the way but i love it He says if i were to buy a new battery electric vehicle i would want. It may lie. Carbon neutral facility using renewable electricity. I do not believe this can be accomplished in china living in the usa. I would choose. Navy made in north america with batteries made in north america. If i lived in the eu i would choose a locally made with locally made batteries china continues to build more coal burning power plants and while they make great cars and sells they gotta clean up. That grid says barry already count disagree with that point that you've just made next pizza. The model three owner emailed me to say i think warranties make the biggest difference with chinese cars just as the korean companies like kea came to the uk with longer warranties than most others and they actually followed through on them as well. I've heard that the cows says pizza have alone warranty but they're very selective in what they cover. He says. Chinese companies coming to the uk can ease worries with a fully inclusive warranty. Yeah i've read that as well actually. And i don't know either way and i've never i don't you know i'll always give. Mg the right to reply accusations. But yeah i have read that on things like forums and what have you. People have posted pictures of the cars wearing and even visual rusty bits underneath of the not very long at. Mgm said no. That's normal that's not undressa not warranty. That's normal so again. It's one side of the story Mg a very welcome to to To to to clear up is and isn't covered. Think really long warranty on their electric cars from m. g. again if as comprehensive as others or not. I would want to say either way so. Thank you very much for all of your responses this week on question of the week less at a brand new question for you this is gonna get. 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