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"ferruccio" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:26 min | 3 weeks ago

"ferruccio" Discussed on KQED Radio

"16 minutes past. The Andrew Wood is standing by in Hong Kong. Talking about Aston Martin, obviously James Bond's favourite sports car manufacturer, not making profit. So why's Mercedes Benz buying shares in Aston Martin and well, it already owns five per cent of the shares an Aston Martin and they did a deal. A few years back so that Aston Martin could get access to Mercedes technology and they worked together on engine development. But you say, Yeah, Aston Martin. It's figures out yesterday show that it lost £29 million in the third quarter compared to a profit of 43 million previously. It's a great company. In many ways, it's technology is fantastic and brand managers was salivate over the value of the Aston Martin brand. This is a great opportunity for Mercedes Benz, perhaps Teo to get in there and get a bargain. It's going by up to 20% off the off the shares in Aston Martin. I mean, they really are very cheap of the moment. I mean, two years ago one share an Aston Martin was worth £5.45. And yesterday, the shares closed 90% lower at 54 Pence 54 a half pence. It's It's a company that has got into a lot of trouble. I mean, makes fantastic halls, but he doesn't have fantastic accountants. I think that's the problem with those years and years and years, it never made a profit. What's the tractor connection with Aston Martin and supercars? Well, are you ve heard of Lamborghini? Fantastic. Typical. Yeah, well, Ferruccio Lamborghini before he founded Thie Sports car company. He actually started in the 19 forties and ran a tractor company. Ferrari. There are Ferrari tractors in Italy as well, although they're not connected with Ferrari cars and Aston Martin in 1947. This is the further tracked connection was rescued by a businessman called David Brown on DH. He owned a tractor company. So for a while, Aston Martin was part of a tractor company. And actually, you know, the DBS in assisted Martin Castillo. I always thought that must have stood for something really exotic. But actually, it stands for David Brown. So it's the David Brown sixth. David Brown, Unfortunately, didn't call them tractors. Anyway. The tractor tractor to the track to three Blimey. Well, Mercedes buying shares in Aston Martin at the right time. Andrea would with the business many thanks indeed. Sport James Greg's here. Yes, yes, indeed. Lots of Champions League action to Talkabout Realmadrid sit bottom of the Champions League. Group A. Although it could have been much worse. They managed to score twice in the last three minutes when they drew tool at Germany's Burros eat Munchengladbach. No problems for Byeon, who beat Locomotive Moscow or Premier League sides Liverpool and Manchester City. You both picked up wins a little pool against Mitchell and on Manchester City against Marseille away from home now was speaking about this a lot on the program yesterday and predicted it correctly that Josip Martha bottom AO has resigned is Barcelona's club president and the rest of the board of directors have gone as well under pressure from supporters. He being facing a vote of no confidence, and that was following a public falling out with lean, all messy at the skipper, and there's only one winner and also in baseball. The Dodgers of one of the 2020 world Siri's in Game six in the early hours off this morning, the defeat of the Tampa Bay Rays three won a longer wait than Liverpool fans. The league titles L. A Dodgers in their long suffering fans about to wait 32 years full roundup from make in 30 minutes here on New Year's Day after two years of pain, Thank you very much indeed. James break with sport. Let's go to Poland now, where protests against a controversial court ruling on abortion has continued. On Tuesday, parliament became the scene of confrontation with the prime minister calling for an end to what he called barbarism. Agnieszka. Easy money out of its back is an MP in the Polish parliament from the left leaning opposition. She was in Parliament when it all happened and she joins us now. Welcome to the program. Agnieszka that just describe to us what happened. Oh, what a shame. We seem to have a problem with the line is Agnieszka there That will go back to a moment, though, So instead, what we going to do is we're going to talk about another angle on the American election. Thie idea of voting with your gun or carrying a gun while voting people in Michigan are going to be able to do it. When they voted Lesson a week. A judge in the U. S state is just overturned a ban on guns on DH bearing mind in the background. The FBI just thwarted a plot by armed militia to overthrown kidnapped the state governor. This freedom to bear arms and the number of people killed by gun crime is an issue being raised in the campaign, but it's fair to say it's not A hot button issue, but just think of it in terms of a shooting two years ago to school in Parkland, Florida that passionate campaign for greater gun control. What happened? Colleague know Mia has spoken to those still grieving from the shooting. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Yo, it's me. It's guac, a voice from beyond the grave. I've been gone for two years and nothing's changed. People are still getting killed by guns. Joaquin Oliver was one of the students.

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"ferruccio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:45 min | 2 months ago

"ferruccio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"From the judicial crisis Network in boy. We've got a crisis at 8 15. We'll talk to Senator Marsha Blackburn, who is on the Judiciary Committee in the United States. Senate Convince colonize with Mary Walter Mourning process that you will be proud of the nominee is going to be supported by every Republican in the Judiciary Committee. And we've got the votes to confirm the judge the justice on the floor of the Senate before the election, and that's what's coming. That was Senator Lindsey Graham, speaking to Sean Hannity last night. Suzanne Ferruccio, the chief congressional correspondent for the Washington Examiner, joins us a Susan thank you for joining us. Good morning. All right. You heard what Lindsey Graham had to say. There. You've got your ear to the ground does do they do they really have the votes to get the president's pick through. I know I publish a story last night, indicating that they appear to have the vote to move ahead with a nominee. And that's because some key lawmakers came out and said that they would support moving ahead. Cory Gardner from Colorado. He's a Republican and a tossup race for re election. He came out that he, too, was support moving ahead on a nominee for the nominee is qualified to someone he supports. And most lawmakers. I talked last night too in the capital, agreed and said that they were willing to move ahead. Obviously dependent wanted to make sure who the nominee is. But the president, what we know has a list of Conservative that is pretty pretty broadly pleasing to the GOP. And so no one's too worried about who the pick will be that everyone pretty much onboard. I know there are two senators who looked to be winning the no column that Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins And they are probably not going to agree to advance the nominee. And I did talk to Mitt Romney as well. He would be the third potential defector. Um, and he told me he's planning on just talking to Republicans today. They're going to have this closed door luncheon that they normally have early in the week and this one will be a really pivotal because they're going to be talking about the nomination process moving forward because Mitch McConnell said that they are going to have a vote. On a nominee and and Romney said. I'm not going to say anything until after I talk to my Republican colleagues. I think it would be hard for him to vote against a Supreme Court justice nominated by his own party, no matter how badly his relationship with President Trump has deteriorated, so I think that most they'll have If Romney does, in fact decided to go rogue care that they would have three defectors, and that gets them to 50 votes. And and as you know, in the Senate, the vice president can break it high, so they do appear tohave. It Locked up to advance the nominee. But one is a real important caveat here, and I think your previous guest Mr Shapiro talked about it and pretty distinctly, which is that Once the nominating process starts, you have to watch for all the opposition. That's that research and all the stuff efforts to try to derail it. That's going to come their way and Democrats. My view is the Democrats were gonna stop at nothing. On DH, not just the lawmakers with outside groups to try to stop this nomination so they can try to throw everything they can to either slow the process down so that the king, they can't get it done before the election, or To try to just pick off. A couple of senators doesn't take much to derail this thing. And so it's not. I don't think it's a done deal by any sense, but it does seem like they've got the backing right now to move ahead. It's not like you know, we talked to senators last night. They said. Well, wait a sec. Oh, this is too fast the election we should wait. That's not what I heard people saying. No, we're in the majority. We need to move. Our nominee doesn't matter when the timing is, um And so now they get to see who the nominee is. And if the weight through that for that person to be vetted go through the process on the Judiciary Committee, which is going to take a little bit of time, But you know they wanted they wanted. You know, they don't have to go to the music. You just your committee. They could bring it to the Senate floor because I will do whatever he wants. His earnings are running through the appropriate process. Well, We call if you if you don't mind thinking back to the nightmare that was the Cabinet nomination. There was a time when McConnell said. I'm just going to bring this thing to the floor. Whether or not the Judiciary Committee approved or not. I believe he would do the same if necessary. I don't think it's necessary. They have time have several weeks here to run this thing through the process. The question is The big thing to watch out for guys is what's going to come up along the way. Anything can turn up for any candidate in this atmosphere. Nowadays, I who knows what the opposition will come up with on any nominee for this very high stakes situation. For Democrats, I can easily see Democrats falling for Russian disinformation again. And then using it against river The nominee is they did against Trump for three years, so they could do that, by the way before we let you go through every show. Just congratulations to you and your family, too. By the way, Doug McKell Way your husband just retiring from Fox News after a 40 year career in television news, Congratulations. Thank you very much. I'll relay the message to him. And he gets to be sleeping right now. I was gonna say when he gets up sleeping. Yeah. Wow. Actually, it's kinda getting late for anybody to be sleeping, telling the wake up. Thanks very much. Thank you guys. 7 43 w One.

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Been Caught Stealing

Your Brain on Facts

04:40 min | 2 months ago

Been Caught Stealing

"Thankful faults jewelry and fine art. Maybe a casino carefully organized plans by people dressed in black turtlenecks with lots of cool gadgets close calls. What we remember as the daring heist of one of the world's most famous paintings. was really neither of those things. The heist wasn't particularly daring and the theft of Leonardo DAVINCI's Mona Lisa. Wasn't even noticed until well after it had happened. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. These days the Mona Lisa also called in Italy login Kanda and her famous enigmatic smile hang in a prominent place in the Louvre in Paris. It holds the Guinness World Record for the highest known insurance valuation in History at one, hundred, million dollars in nineteen, sixty two. So. That would be about eight hundred million dollars today. Over six million people go to see it each year. It's so popular that you can't even snap a quick Selfie of it without having a few dozen other strangers, hands, and cell phones in the frame. This popularity certainly wasn't the case when the painting was I hung in the Leuven eighteen o four or for the century subsequent. Neither was popular with critics when the artistic elite who often relegated it to the low end of DAVINCI's work it was basically just another painting. It was so unsocial in fact that it took the better part of twenty four hours before staff even noticed the painting was missing in Nineteen. Eleven. A handyman named Vincenzo Perrugia was working in the museum and he simply waited in a closet until after the museum had closed. Tuck to the painting under his smock walked on out. He was unwittingly aided by a plumber also working in the museum who unlocked a for Peruta when he found himself stuck inside. The police were called and they searched the museum. The only sign they found the Japan Kanda was frame laying on a staircase. Though police did find some twenty one other paintings in the museum. The curator's had previously reported missing. The. Search went citywide then national then international. Ships were searched before they left France or after arriving in their port of call. A reward of over half a million dollars in today's money was offered. The Mona Lisa's picture was printed in newspapers all over the world. It became a of Mona Lisa Mania. The theft of this single painting served a spawn multiple criminal enterprises. People on the wrong side of the law knew that those with more money than morals would want to buy. LEGITIM- Kanda. A pair of confidence men from Belgium hired a small army of forgers to make quality fakes, which they then sold to select around the globe. They made sure their buyers were unlikely to ever meet and rested soundly knowing that no one would let on that they had purchased the most famous stolen painting in the world. Though today, one of them would probably take a selfie with it. The huge reward and the number of fakes in circulation meant the police were inundated with leads. For two years they searched tirelessly. But Fruitlessly The sixty man strong force even interviewed, Peruta Twice. But decided, he couldn't be the criminal mastermind they were looking for. Not only did those two years not yield the Mona Lisa the police didn't even find the forgeries. The head of the Paris police retired in shame. Did, peruse, you get an enormous payday for the stolen painting. People were soon to learn that he didn't steal it for money. When ferruccio approached museum in Florence to sell them the painting, the museum's director called the police instead. After. His arrest Russia's stated. I worked in the Louvre making frames for paintings stolen from Italy by France every day I pass login Kanda and swore I would return it to its rightful home. He seemed convinced he would be heralded as a hero. This was sadly not the case but the Italian courts were sympathetic giving him only a year in prison for the world famous theft. These days legit Kanda sits behind more bulletproof

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Leonardo!

The Past and the Curious

04:40 min | 3 months ago

Leonardo!

"To. The Renaissance, Oh Italy, how you have suffered through the darkness of the Middle Ages, and now here we are standing on the cusp of a new era where we will turn our minds to nature. Humans, and the world striving to understand how it all works, congratulations to us all. We've made it. This speech is not even remotely real though it was very well delivered. Thank you very much money, but it is easy to mistake this sentiment as something that people at the time might have actually felt. Most likely no one at the time realized that a new era, the renaissance had begun in the year fourteen hundred it's not like a giant switch flipped flooding the so called dark, ages with the bright light of the renaissance like US folks were just living their lives day to day. Most people will probably never even realized that the world was changing in such tremendous ways. It took historians to do that our story centers around Italy which in the early eighteen hundreds became the center of the renaissant. which radiated to the world the term renaissance refers to a time period that brought a new focus on philosophy and the arts sciences, understanding of the world and the mathematics behind it, and also a humans place in it. All like all other times it was also a period filled with wars and conflict because you know people right but it was a period of great advancement and achievement. Some of the greatest the world has ever known. The most famous and probably most important figure from this time and place was a left handed polymath who is unmarried and socially mismatched parents didn't even pay for him to be educated. Luckily for him and for the rest of us, he was really smart and he worked hard to keep getting smarter. No one could argue about his genius, His name was Leonardo Da Vinci. As. A young boy without the means for an Education Leonardo took advantage of the apprentice system in Italy, his natural ability with art and strong grasp of geometry and math, which she somehow learned without ever actually going to school earned him a spot as an apprentice to an artist in Florence named Ferruccio. Broke Yo is a leading painter and sculptor an his workshop near the Arno River Leonardo rose from sweeping the floors and mixing paints to working side by side with his master. It was not uncommon for an apprentice to handle much of the actual painting in a workshop and Leonardo was no different much of the painted onto canvases signed by Rubio was actually put there by Leonardo in fourteen seventy two at only twenty years of age Davinci officially became a master himself. This meant he could accept commissions for his own work which he did this how you made money. But he also found patronage or support from powerful political leaders. He moved to Milan to work under the Duke of Milan a man named sports. He originally got sports as attention by making him a lute from a horse go and silver. Which is pretty Nedal for being honest. This horse had instrument must have worked because sports decided to pay him a bunch of money. For Seventeen years in Milan, he made statues designed architectural features, created models and drawings. The even painted the masterpiece the last supper on the wall of the Monastery of Santa Maria. Della GRADS E. In addition to all of this, he was learning about the anatomy of living creatures, including people. Of course, do this he had to dissect cadavers or dead bodies? And to get these, he had to dig them up when no one was looking. Just pretty gross, but people learned a lot from his willingness to get his hands dirty. Honestly he was kind of a Rockstar people wanted to hire him for everything and he honestly left a lot of jobs unfinished because more. We're always coming his way. But when he did finish something, people would rush to see it and flocks like we might do for a concert or a Broadway show today. As. If this wasn't enough he was also designing some of the most incredible technology. The world has ever seen. Remember he was a polymath an expert at many thanks. Most of his designs were never actually built like a helicopter and a tank, a diving suit and a super mega gigantic crossbow. These just existed as detailed drawings in his many notebooks filled with a never ending flow of ideas.

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"ferruccio" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"ferruccio" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Scott Dixon, but ton of work to do here remainder of this race. Raw Blackman no changes for the car, James Hinchcliffe just four new tires and fuel inch cliff did not have a great start today. Starting in a row thirty seconds. But he's been as high as plus thirteen today as he has been racing that drive to penalty. Earlier, tumbled Celio. Castro Davis to two laps down. We saw him though, come on and off at road, sold the car of JR Hilderbrandt. He's been trying to flirt with the top fifteen. And let's get an update on Ed Jones. He's had a quietly efficient day running of the top ten day for he's been up there, but that really making a move at least not yet. But we just saw full. Service both Jones and they'll Castro S, as you mentioned, those issues all day long today. Let's get another update on the fate of Santino Ferruccio from Ryan marine. How did a good fortune for them because the pit lane did open. They were expecting to be only taking the emergency service, which means just a splash of fuel would have to come back for tires because the pit lane opened up. They were able to do full service. Maybe they can find a way to spin this into something positive strategy perspective. We'll see. That's certainly what they're going to try and do on his pit box couple of struggles for Dale Coyne rookie of the coda barber in Long Beach. But all in all Santita for rucci a couple of top ten Saint Pete, in the Indianapolis teepee enders, I would say overall he's been so impressive all throughout his rookie campaign, and feel like we watched them every single day of practice for the five hundred and he was the one that stood out as as the most positive just looking so composed out on track able to replicate the lines of the likes of, of Alexander Rossi. So as shown tremendously. Well, obviously you this bit here on the way he's got a little bit of work to do. Track position back entertaining to watch Fisher third caution for fifteen laps good at update problem. Good decent. Dad guess go for Tony can kind of went awry, he actually ran on fuelled on that last little bit. They were able to bring it back in an extended not pertain K going to put fresh fire rubber on a gamut to back tobacco not for TK one about thirty seconds long. Sweepers out on the poor. Stop trying to clean up that high group probably plenty of marbles out there. Let's get more from day, I and no one's more excited about the second group that might be cleared out, then Alexander Rossi Anders. Remember all those crazy passes he made here. Well guess what he was amongst. I mean he was going back and forth with rod beverage at his spotter to make sure that they were indeed clearing out that second group, so expect at twenty seven to go the high line here go back to giddy up cowboy here we go. Alex Rossi style is going to be fantastic. Poem page when you were looking at the Rossi stop and the constant push to try to get the nozzle in, if you start that wrong with your first push, then you've created a problem for yourself. What you really need to do is pull it. Fully out. Realign and put it back in what you saw with some assistance, actually happen. But did you see Rossi? I mean pounding on the wheel frustration. The good news is Rossi's fifth right now this yellow really helped him as we get running back to green flag racing. We hope in just a couple of moments, but we have depleted one hundred forty four the two hundred laps complete cited Pasia was your leader carpenter nuke garden four day at washing. The top five daily is six hundred rain is seven three homes. Saint Dixon is nine Phoenix. Rosenquist Tim Santita Ferruccio up eleven James Hinchcliffe is twelve beaches their feet Jones fourteen that Kimball. That's fifteen had had.

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"ferruccio" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"ferruccio" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Running inside of the top ten before these pit sequences. He was complaining of some under Cyril owner. Exit for the first time during that stint, but locked it up. They're coming into the pits and unfortunately, a good run has come undone update, Scott Dixon, Robin. Not a good situation for Scott Dixon, guys. He was just getting ready to come in team was just jumping over the wall. They got the tires out regular yellow flag came on asure leader on the racetrack right now for Dixon will come down momentarily day. I put a bow on what's going on with Alexander Rossi. The twenty seven crew has not changed out both the hose and that fuel pro they always have backup just on standby and just for situations. Like Alexander Rathi just had through they're making the change. They believe they're good to go the rest of the way the man. Oh man. That was as a second pitstop for the guy leader giddy five hundred. So it's Dixit for routine grows listed beach. Tumble. And we'd go with Joan Paget Okinawan carpenter. Duke the tuck didn't mention bidding. So he's big. So Anders what can you sort out now at one forty one about the pitch. Well, all of that just kind of get thrown out, as, as rob Hutton alluded to Scott Dickson, you know, if it state green, here's Scott Dixon kit have been beautiful position. But now he's going to have the pit and he's gonna go to the back of the field. So not sure if I was him, maybe I would roll the dice. I'm actually just staying out for as long as I can and hope for some more yellow to try and make just one more. Stop to the end. That's probably the only way that he could potentially get get the win here today. It sounds like they're going with a slightly safer strategy and get a pin here here here shortly. But Felix Rosenquist I think he's as genuinely impressed here today and has been so strong. So tell you what though Simon passion. Oh, look at good pitted on what lab. Let's see one twenty nine. So he's got fairly fresh tire season prime position because everyone had of him has the pit here, soon board hearing, it was just getting ready to give a shout out to Santino Ferruccio, but Ryan Maria say, there might be. Be an issue. Because they got caught out by this yellow, they were about to hit when he pave out. He's now in lane for emergency service, coming to crew right now, but he'll come back in for tire Slater, rob Scott Dixon in turn of from again, go to the tail the field, how that had to make pitstop out here in six point. Eight second for a guy who has fifteen eighty five hundred starts coming in seven top fives. Scott Dixon, but tunnel work today here remainder of this race. Raw black men. No changes for the car. Tim's Hinchcliffe just four tires and fuel inst- Clift did not have a great start today. Starting in a row thirty-second, but he's been as high as plus thirteen today as he has been racing that drive to Pedley earlier, tumble Delio. Castro Davis to two laps down. We saw him, they'll come on and off pit road solving of JR Hilderbrandt. He's been trying to flirt with the top fifteen and let's get an update on shown had a quietly efficient day running of the top ten day for he's been up there, but that really making a move at least not yet. But we just saw full service. Both joan. And Castro s as you mentioned have those issues all day long today. Let's get another update on the fate of Santino rucci from Ryan marine bid at good fortune for them because the pit lane did open. They were expected to be taking the emergency service, which means just a splash of fuel would have to come back for tires because the pit lane opened up. They were able to do full service. Maybe they can find a way to spin this into something positive for strategy perspective. We'll see that certainly what they're going to try and do up on his pit box couple of struggles for the Dale Coyne rookie of the coda barber in Long Beach. But all in all Santita for rucci a couple of top tens Saint Pete in, Indianapolis teepee Anders, I would say overall, he's been. Oh, so impressive all throughout his rookie campaign, and we watch them every single day.

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"ferruccio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:36 min | 1 year ago

"ferruccio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To talk. You're listening to Larry O'Connor show. We're moments away from vote on Capitol Hill, the judiciary committee sensibly will attorney general in contempt of congress. What does that mean, they'll show is at all politics? We'll get to the news of it was Susan freaky in just a moment. Who is actually on Capitol Hill just outside the corridor. That vote is going to be taking place. We'll get to that. Also, John Solomon of the hill has a new story about Michael Steele. That m I six agents who is impeccable put together the Russian dossier. We'll talk to him. Also, it's very rare. You get a liberal women's group activists to agree with a conservative women's group activists, but those two women representing two very different organisations co-authored in editor Rick politics about about gender about transgender individuals who are now in. Fringing upon women's athletics. And we're going to speak with the the liberal woman who was trying to protect women's rights by pushing back on this idea that a transgender individual person born biologically male should have access to the same opportunities in women athletics. And other things that's going to be very interesting conversation. I'm looking forward to having. That's coming up to as promised. Let's get straight to Capitol Hill with Susan Ferruccio chief congressional correspondent at the Washington Examiner. And well, it's it's a dramatic day there, I suppose, but it's sort of big the quake. We know what's going to happen in a few moments. Right. That's right. Mary thereabouts of on a resolution to cite the attorney general with contempt for refusing to turn over the redacted report, that's sort of a foregone conclusion at this point that they're going to get that vote and a majority who are Democrats will vote to sign him with contempt. The question is what's going to happen next? Will it ever make it to the house floor for full of o- on? Negotiate some kind of settlement which typically does happen in these these circumstances. But it's you know, it's a big day in that the congress is taking really the first official step in their oversight since the Democrats are taking charge to really go after the Trump administration and that this year, they will officially signed him with contempt which doesn't happen. Very often. Each party is done this to to the executive branch when their party's over the years, but it's always a very dramatic. When it happens and expected to take place momentarily. I mean, listen, I guess it would have higher drama if I weren't standing behind this very microphone several years ago. I think interviewing you Susan free GIO about a Republican led committee holding Eric Holder in contempt. And and I know nothing really came of it. Does it have any teeth behind it? Well, that was in the full house though, as then did vote to hold holder in contempt. That's true. So criminal charges never go anywhere. And they wanted this case either the department of Justice is not going to take this to a grand jury first of all because attorney general bar runs. The department of Justice and Secondly executive privilege, which the president asserted today over the very materials. Democrats speaking often leads the courts decide with the executive ranks, I expect they will listen since and they will not the department of Justice will not shoes to to bring this to a grand jury. However, I think if it does far enough does ever reach the house floor. They may vote to pursue it civilly and through a civil case each party who has attempted this has managed to get all kinds of information that they were seeking from executive branch through civil pursuit in the court. So if that does happen there would first require a house floor vote to get. They're they're not there yet. But no, I don't expect to see attorney general bar. You know jailed over this certain that's going to happen. Susan for jobs. Our guest is the chief congressional correspondent for the Washington Examiner. How did the debate go this morning Susan because it seems to me they're holding the attorney general in contempt for not giving the full unredacted Muller report? And yet existing federal law passed by congress says the grand jury testimony, which is part of what's redacted here cannot be made public and not be released. So how can they hold him in contempt for actually following the law that congress passed? That's right, and even more strange they agree to a Republican amendment which which adds to their contemn resolution that they're about to vote on. It says that it just does not mean to force bar to turn over information that that the law prevents him from doing. So it just I'm just trying to figure out what exactly is contempt going to be about. Then if they're -greeing that they don't expect to release. The grand jury information fully. What is it that they want? You know, Republicans suggested to me they just wanted barred to cooperate more fully with Democrats on on turning over things. And they don't feel like those negotiations were were as generous Democrats they were seeking they lost patients in hell, this contempt vote. But you know, it does look legally thin given the fact that he is prevented by law that congress passed by the way after the star report. Right. Prevent this. Some of the sensitive information cleaning classified information facial related cases that are outgoing injury. I hope every other things Democrats are kind of admitting. They don't think you should have to release that. So this is going to get really legally tricky. And that's why I wonder how quickly this is going to get to the floor of the house. I'm just talked as I just talked to majority leader few minutes ago by Paul. Yeah. You we're not going to do this right away. I think there are many steps in between. And I am not sure quite sure yet. How far it's gonna go your reporting Susan free show that standing Hoyer of Maryland. The majority leader is basically not committing at this time to even raise us at the floor. No, they're not saying when that's going to happen. And that's fairly typical. I have to say given the way this worked over the years, they were colder. And then if you go back to the Bush administration they held a couple of top officials, including the chief of staff in contempt of court, congress that didn't immediately go to the floor. They try to kind of it's like a step along the way. But eventually, you know, if it does get to the house floor, then then you get the department of Justice involved in very likely the court, which will then try to force the administration as much tend to to turn over somebody information. If they legally can other bar instance, Israel unique because he is withholding stuff that the law requires them to withhold. So it does make you wonder how far this is gonna go. Beyond today's Piatra. Will. That's the thing it almost appears I saw some of the Republicans in their testimony making this case, they're really just they want the headline to have the words contempt of congress Trump and executive privilege because that evokes Nick Sonian behavior. I it just seems like that's part of the theater they're trying that they think the Trump administration's trying to hide something. And that his what he's trying to hide is evidence that he hit. In fact, not only obstruct the case. But Democrats are still pushing idea that there was collusion. We just can't get at it because he's hiding so that's exactly right. That's the scene they are pushing. But they also feel like they have a right to see it fully unredacted and everybody in congress. See it not just a few select members who have less redacted version that they would not be able to share with or leaks to everybody else. And that's kind of what the fight is over. Meanwhile, the other aspect of this has to do with not just turning over these documents in the unredacted Muller reported also. The attorney general himself appearing before this committee where does that stand now because they wanted to do it with, you know, the the the lawyer representing the the committee doing all of the questioning which would be highly irregular, but again would vote in impeachment hearing have they reached an agreement on the attorney general now coming to testify now they haven't in today's today's proceedings have absolutely nothing to do with that too. Just as quick reminder. They're not holding him in contempt for not showing up that that is just left hanging, basically. And and and so there is no scheduled time for him to come and talk to the house in what's even more. Interesting is some of my sources are telling me that what's happening today may may jeopardize Muller's appearance that they're trying to shape right now Robert Mueller's special counsel audit, especially report poor about Russian collusion was opposed to come in at some point has defy. And I'm told now that just given what's happening right now that that's not a certain I know today I heard. Reference that between the public and Republicans and Democrats that he would be in testifying in the coming months within a month. But not you know, that's not been set in stone yet, and it's not clear whether what's happening today is going to is going to jeopardize that. That's very interesting. In fact, can we can we sort of pull on that thread a little bit? Why why exactly would this potentially affect whether rubber Miller comes to testify because it's up to bar to decide whether Muller will come in or not all works for bar. Ball bar is the one who is now running into these problems with with congress. They were trying to negotiate a deal on this information in the report, the the redacted information this kind of sours the relationship between Democrats and bar over getting more to come in. And and that's the sense. I get from the department of Justice that they are not thrilled with what's happening today. And and and you know, the Muller everybody dying here from other obviously, including Republicans don't forget to. So I tend to think that he would add will end up coming just because there was a lot of interest from everyone to hear from him. But just the the word I got today was that, you know, this is not help. Sure. Yeah. You wanna hold me? Molly, Japan, you want me to work with you on bringing rubber Muller here. But you're gonna hold me in contempt think again. And actually right fifty is that that settling on right now. So that clear at all. 'cause I've heard go two ways today. Yes, he's coming. And then I've heard department Justice people say like, well, this this, isn't helpful. So, you know, I'm curious to know how it ends up. Because if it does happen. It was supposed to be this month that he comes to talk to congress. Wow. Well, this should be very interesting to see how it plays out, certainly. But I mean, I is is there any reasons I listen yet. I don't want to be cynical. You've been around this town for longtime. You've seen this stuff. Come and go is there any reason why shouldn't look at this? Roll my eyes and say, this is just political posturing, it it is very political. And don't forget both parties due to each other. And when when you have a White House in in the house in opposite parties, and when they're seeking information they can't get and that's what happened with air colder. They were pursuing information about the the fast and furious gun walking program that was botched. They didn't get it. They held him in contempt. Ended up actually getting that information in civil court, by the way that like I said it works. They got the information. So, you know. Sometimes you get results that you're seeking Democrats. The judiciary legislative branch is very possessive of their thority on oversight issues, and they feel that they should be able to see the entire report. Now, a lot of legally can't be given to them. So yes, you can kind of be cynical about that. They will why are they pursuing it? Why are they going after far and some of this is political? Now, that's definitely a case, you could make the case in this instance, you could and you know, what considering I'm not the congressional correspondent for the Washington Examiner. But an opinion based host I think I might make that case if you wouldn't mind Susan, I will I will I will dispatch with you. I will pursue that case Susan fruits. You always good to talk to you. Thank you for joining us. Thanks a lot that is his job who always gets done of the Washington Examiner. Of course, this is just politics. Of course, it is. And of course, this has no teeth to it. I'm sorry. I you know, it's the old joke. I'm old enough. To remember when congress held the Eric Holder in contempt, but it's not a joke. It's true. It wasn't that long ago. It was about five years ago. I think and that by the way was not over a special counsel's report that had been released unredacted by the attorney general about ninety nine percent of it was on redacted that reached the conclusions that we've all been able to see and read and come up with our own opinion about no that had to do.

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04:15 min | 1 year ago

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"No plan. So mcconnell. Is fighting this certain Republicans in the Senator fighting this. This is why when you have people like Ann Coulter out there trashing Trump on this issue before he's even pulled the trigger is really grotesque. It's one thing if the man actually says, you know, what I support amnesty for one point two million people he caves to the left and pretty much. That's it. Then you attack. Then you object. We've made it abundantly clear here you and I. Amnesty is a non-starter. Amnesty, begets more amnesty. The thirst on the left is never quenched never ever. Now. Let me show you what the Democrats have in mind this from the Washington Examiner. Susan Ferruccio Democrats pushed revive Obama era aid to illegal immigrants and border talks. Open borders more illegal immigrants. Massive amounts of your. Harder income being redistributed forcibly by the federal government to foreigners who are here illegally. Do the Democrats have any proposals that promote individual liberty? Do the Democrats have any proposals that promote a strong, private sector and private economy? Did the Democrats have any proposals that comport with our founding principles? No now one. House Democrats are pushing hard to revive the Obama your program that would keep a legal immigrant families out of detention and instead give them housing transportation, healthcare and legal aid to help them claim asylum in the United States. President Trump ended the family case management program in June twenty seventeen setting excessive costs and the low rate of enrolled families returning to their own countries. So in other words, what he's saying is it's Norma sleep expensive people get used to it. And they don't leave house. Democrats want to bring it back to life and some form as part of an effort to reduce the detention of illegal immigrants and instead released them into the United States with some supervision and they're hoping to negotiate that change in the ongoing border security talks between the two parties. So they're pushing their hard left agenda. Meanwhile, saying that Trump not a dollar for the wall. And then you have them and Republicans saying and phony constitutionalists saying and by the way, that's it. You can't use the national emergencies act now he has refused to sign a Bill sent to him to fund the government that did not include money for physical barriers on the southern border. And he's blamed for shutting the government down for thirty five days. He opens it up for another three weeks and says all right now negotiate then he's accused of caving. Then he says he makes it abundantly clear. I may well use this national emergencies act, then he's accused of circumventing congress and acting in an constitutional way that the left will one day us as if the left has an already. This is the mush. That passes for intelligent discussion. On radio and on TV. Specifically Democrats won at thirty point five million to the family case management budget with the department of homeland security, the hope family detentions can be phased out this year. Democrats are hoping to secure the funding in the ongoing talks between seventeen house and Senate lawmakers were trying to hammer out a broad border security agreement by February fifteen. You notice how they never talk about Americans US citizens here. What's in your best interest our best interest? It's never top of mind. I'll be right back..

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03:06 min | 2 years ago

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"Why I'll be here all next week. If our government is closed, I will be here. Trying to open it. Senator Tim Kaine Virginia Democrat on the Senate floor. He asked unanimous consent to bring up a house passed Bill to reopen the government, but it was addicted to buy a Republican Senator we spoke with Susan Ferruccio of the Washington Examiner about the mood on Capitol Hill. Now a month into the shutdown and the chances of it coming to an end by the end of the week things have gotten things still pretty tense between the two parties. And the other move part of the mood is is a lot of concern and worry about shut down and not it needs to end. But but no one seems to have the solution. And what's interesting about this is know, I think these lawmakers Ronald frantic play wait, we've got to do something we've got to reopen the government. But yet there's there's no negotiating or wiggle room. Really in terms of of that there's a group in the Senate trying to get together. Sort of what we call these gangs in the Senate, if you can get a bipartisan gang agreed or something then that's a seed a seed for potential larger bipartisan deal that the congress can agree to I know they're looking at a trade off between that would that would provide wall funding for something the Democrats really want on immigration reform such as providing a legal pass for the dreamers. Who are now here looking looking for a way to stay in the country. They came here illegally as children. So there's a big group of individuals that that a lot of people in both parties want want to legalize them. Find a way so could be a trade off. I think the issue is when does the trade offs happen? The president won't agree to to signing spending bills unless he knows he's going to get money for the wall because he feels once he doesn't have that leverage anymore. He'll never get the money while Democrats are saying, let's reopen open the government and then negotiate this plan. That's the crux of where they're stuck on right now. The president's are willing to take the Democrats word for. There's a lot of mistrust, basically. And I don't think what happened with the trade off of of the state of the union invitation, and then the code L, the congressional delegation cancelation, I think that that does not help the trust trust situation that is really kind of at the heart of this whole thing. Right. And I think it it got a whole lot worse. Frankly by the end of the week Susan for each yo chief congressional correspondent for the Washington Examiner. This is Washington today. Today was the forty sixth annual March for life rally on the National Mall in Washington. Thousands of antiabortion activists with signs reading choose love choose life, and I am the pro-life generation targeting the nineteen seventy three supreme court decision Roe v. Wade which legalized abortion, President Donald Trump spoke to the crowd by video. Very proud to welcome. Tens of.

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02:01 min | 2 years ago

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"In the end has to be the liver because it had leased has the capacity to turn excess glucose into fat, whereas all of the other organs are going to be saturated. That's true. And that's part of I think where the glucose is knowing. Okay, too fat into liver. Okay. So what am I telling you? I'm saying that insulin resistance is a protective mechanism. It's a modulator. It's a stress response something. So now, I understand why a stress response mechanism in one animal caused them to leave longer and in another animal, it's a pain in the butt. So I went and I wrote this review with with Luigi Ferruccio. I wrote this review where we took all the animals that had problems with their insulin sensitivity the animals that are insulin resistance and leave longer and the animals with insulin sensitivity that leaves shorter. And there's a huge list of it rep Amai. In is an example, right rep amazing causes insulin resistant the animals the best intervention in in rodents. There's the PT one transgenic animals, it's very insulin sensitivity, and he's has huffed the lifespan the lifespan of a wide when you say insulin resistance, insulin sensitive. Are you always referring to muscle? Are you referring to liver? How are you defining them will in this sense? It was everything it was I arrest, for example, iris one IRS to know cout, some of them owning the brain. So it was really insulin resistance everywhere is IRS one found in the muscle and not deliver. No IRS one in Irish to are everywhere, but IRAs stew is more in liver. Like, the the sort of have selective express. Right. Yeah. So just translate IRS one insulin receptor substrate substrate. So let's talk about exactly how the muscle takes glucose..

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

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11:56 min | 2 years ago

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"Not ever. I've always treated women with dignity and respect. Listen to the people who've known me best for my whole life. The women have known me since high school, the sixty five who overnight signed a letter from high school saying, I always treated them with dignity and respect. For. I have met her. We did not travel in the same social circles. She was not a friend not someone. I don't remember ever being at parties with our ever do not. And this is an allegation about a party in the summer of nineteen eighty two at a house near Connecticut avenue and east west highway with five people present I was never at any such party. The other people who are alleged to be present of said, they do not remember any such party. A woman who was present. Another woman who was present. Who is Dr forged? Lifelong friend has said she doesn't know me and never remembers being at a party with me at any time in her life all asking for is a fair process. Be heard judge break Cavanaugh last night on the Fox News channel and joining us on the phone is Susan Ferruccio chief congressional reporter for the Washington Examiner. Let me begin with that your reaction to the. View last night. How did he do? I thought that that was a really interesting clip you played because he did two things there. He said book, you know, you got me there, obviously people drink in high school, but that's different from the allegation at hand. So in other words, you'd get too much into what he did in high school in terms of whether he was a drinker or not he just talks about the charge against him. Because it's not what we're talking about. Here. We're talking about did I commit these these this saying that I'm being accused of and I didn't I didn't I didn't do any of these things. And that's how he tried to navigate that question. About how he behaved during his high school years. What do you think about it? I cleaned court nominee to be grilled about what he didn't high is truly uncharted territory. I think for for any nominee, so it was really kind of a remarkable interview. Because he talked a bit about his personal life in highschool lot information there, and yet he avoided giving out giving an opening I guess interpret talking about whether he was involved in any drinking or any other misbehavior? She stuck to the charge at hand that I do these things I've got a good record of supporting women in and again unequivocally he said, I did not do accused of doing. And that's that's I think he handled that interview and an interview in which if you had young children you had to turn the channel because it got paid right that that's right? And again for a supreme court nominee to be discussing. We've hit this strange moment in time here where we're really getting personal with with the not with a nominee nation processes. Normally a lot less personal Dominique are to the soclean quarter that it like no one else, we know their sake. Of hearing the cameras are on them. We we get profiled them. We read everything there is the record is combs through. But in this instance, we've gone even beyond that because of allegations that have surfaced about him that were unexpected at the last minute, and it forced the congress to have to deal with this at that level. Then he made the decision to go to the Cable News Network and talk about his personal life. With a press interview and reporters are going to ask you questions. And that's how we ended up getting very personal with judge cabinet during an interview last night. We're talking with Susan for each Yoshi is joining us on capital hill. Her work available on the Washington Examiner website. This was really a dry run for the questions that judge Cavanaugh will receive on Thursday inside the Dirksen, Senate office building will be live with a hearing Thursday morning beginning at ten AM eastern time walking through the latest. What's going to happen? I on the Republican side. It's it's really interesting right now, there's a lot of unknowns. But there are some things we are learning that has happened. If the smaller role in this time around on their working out worked out that the number of seats and tables that are going to be in there. We know that pretty much settled that they were, you know, the Democrats and Republicans were or negotiating over that. But now we're getting into the point where we're trying to figure out. How is going to be formatted Republicans have told us today that they have hired an outside staff person to come in and do the questioning on their behalf. She's a woman we know that and she's believed to be a sex crimes prosecutor knows your identity is being cloaked in secrecy to protect her privacy and safety. Although there are no specific allegations that our safety would be friend. That's been very quiet. Haven't learned yet. It may be leaked to always eventually. And the Democrats are cleaning do their own questioning, but they are upset that they're not getting more information from Republicans about what this hearing is gonna look like how it's going to be formatted what we heard today from the leadership who met and discussed it was that this hearing was going to move ahead on Thursday, and that they were gonna very shortly after vote on in committee on the nomination. And then there will be upper gown swore vote that could begin at early as the weekend a multiday process because of Senate procedure ending in final confirmation or an upper down vote. Anyway, we don't know if it'll be confirmed by early next week that's the game plan right now. But at this point, it looks like it's going to be Cavanaugh Cavanaugh the nominee Christine Blasi Ford who accuser from his high school days each having the opportunity to tell their story. Republicans choosing a woman. Outside staff person to come in. And do the question on their behalf. However, Senate Republicans say they summer telling me, they are reserving the right to after own questions as well. So I'm not sure how well they're going to be able to contain it Republican side. I do know Democrats want their own questioning, and they are now trying to go she ate time while they get three minutes, five minutes Levin minute. They don't know how much time they're going to get yet. That's all apparently being hammered out as we speak. It's tuesday. So that's a lot a lot of time between now and Thursday when you're talking Senate the Senate schedule, we're probably gonna learn more, you know, every hour as as the information lead, the Senate Judiciary committee in Susan Ferruccio. Just in terms of the optics because a lot of attention. The fact that there are eleven Republicans on the Senate Judiciary committee. They're all men. And this is why they're bringing in a woman to do the questioning the narrowly divided committee eleven or Republicans ten Democrats. And of course, on the Republican side. There are no women and no minorities. And so what they are trying to do is show a sensitivity to the witnesses. But also to avoid the image of at all male Republican panel, grilling an accuser of sexual assault crime. They want to make sure that in the words of the majority leader today Mitch McConnell, he came out and said, you know, we're doing this because we don't want it to be political. We want it to be professional. He pointed to the Watergate hearings. There's another instance where outside counsels brought into the questioning he made that comparison. Now, the problem is I don't believe they can control. What Democrats do Democrats may be doing their own questioning. So they're not fully in command of how the optics will be entirely, obviously. So there could be real fireworks here yet. Question thing. I want to bring up Steve is that there's still a little uncertainty about who is going to show up for this year. We know Kavanagh's eager to come here and defend himself against the accusation. It's not one hundred percent clear or confirmed that that this will show up as well. It's she's scheduled to be here. But every time there's a communication between the judiciary committee and her lawyer. They seem to be unhappy with how things are set up at this point. They want more information about who the questioner will be four Republicans. And I think they have other questions about about how the committee process will be set up to protect your safety. So I think there are some outstanding questions here at there are some people wondering whether she's actually going to appear. I know you see that a lot of social media people have well, she was gonna show up. She's scheduled to be here. And as far as we know she's going to be here. But we won't really know for certain until we see her sitting in that chair in the Dirksen Senate office building on Thursday morning. A lot. A lot of moving parts. One. Final point Democrats continue to insist a one way to clear this up is to have an F B I background investigation. And we heard from Senator Lisa Murkowski, a key Republican vote that said a background check by the FBI would clear things up. That's why she is a key swing vote here. And she said today that you know, certainly learn a lot of things about what happened Kevin is life that we had the FBI reopen the background investigation may be clear all this up. Republicans are very reluctant to do that they have said pretty much unequivocally that they're not going to go for the FBI background check being reopened that they wanna just move forward and ask the questions here in when we asked them why is that they don't want to just go ahead and have the FBI step in and go along with the demands of the Democrats, they say it's because the they believe the allegations of picking the second case are uncorroborated their gates old. You today Senator Lindsey Graham, a member of the judiciary committee said to us the justification. He said you would not even be able to get a warrant for this. It wouldn't stand up in a civil case because it's missing so much information at this point. It's just a matter of the of the Democrats and Republicans on the panel determining what is the truth based on the credibility of each person who's testifying, and that's going to be really difficult to do as well they said, but they don't feel like the FBI investigation will really provide the any. Additional details where Democrats feel fairly convinced at the FBI could bring out details. That are missing right now that they could get people to tell more. They would get different information for people. They've perhaps find other witnesses Democrats disagree vigorously with this decision. And that's part of where the breakdown happened on the judiciary committee. There's not a lot of cooperation with minority majority staff is slowing down the planning process as well. So there's a real disagreement there, and it's it's causing other problems within the planning process for this hearing because the two sides are very animated in disagreement over the need for a new FBI investigation. The latest at Washington Examiner dot com, Susan for joining us on capital hill. Chief congressional reporter. Thank you for the update. Thanks a lot. Steve. In other news on this Tuesday back in the nineteen eighty s he was called America's dad, his NBC sitcom was among the most popular shows ever on television. Tonight. Bill Cosby is in a Pennsylvania jail, sentenced three to ten years on charges of rape and sexual assault. Cosby's bail was revoked he was escorted from the courthouse in handcuffs, the judge in the case, Steven O'Neill from Montgomery County, Pennsylvania state of the following quote. This was a serious crime. Mr. Cosby, this has all circle back to you. The day has come the time has come Cosby was convicted back in April of aggravated indecent assault. He declined to speak to the court prior to a sentence..

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03:50 min | 2 years ago

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"It's our auto expert on KOMO news. Here's more with Nick miles. I will tell you this year was that. Just really realize I need to make about four or five million dollars. More a year. Boy straight into buying. I don't know if that would cut it. It probably wouldn't when you watch people just throw down a couple million here in a couple of million. They're on cars or five five million. I love I love beautiful cars. And that is why I'm going to spend a little time we want to talk to the CEO of Lamborghini. So the first thing and let me see if I can get this, right? Allesandro ski is is his name. We're going to have a one in just a second. But I will tell you that. I am extremely excited to to have him on when Brennan tells it looks like they're ready to have him on because. The car that was at Pebble Beach that they had the new advent adore SP. Jay was just completely unbelievable. And this car the stats were incredible v. Twelve I have never ever driven Lamborghini. That is one of the saddest things in my life. I never happened. But I'm sure that we might be at a creek that today. And we're looking forward to they're going to be on just a second. Or so so I also want to ask you guys if you had to choose a supercar, what would it be? I I would like to drive them all be able to make my choice probably a two or three week supercar like you have one for two or three weeks. And then see each that sounds good. And then you could choose which one it would be it would make making that decision more proper. And then after you've done that you could decide which one you were going to buy. Yeah. Exactly not that. I'd be able to buy it. I just put decide which one I would buy and then and then you want somebody else's money to buy it since we're going that route. All right. I think we planned by next year. Exactly. So let's say a month with each soubriquet. You could choose twelve and four Lamborghinis you won't in there. As well. For me. I think this event RSP Jay we we would have to throw in. Did you see pebble? I did. And it's very pretty. And it goes very fast. Right. It's a very very fast. This is the thing Lamborghini, the story about Lamborghinis is that these cars were Mr. Lamborghini himself who makes tractors trash. Makes tractors owner Ferrari. But didn't like the transmission. So he took the transmission to two guys down there at we took his own transplant. Transmission differential and said, what do you put this in one of your cause? And they went no, they just gave him the cold shoulder. Okay. Guys. In an English accent been Italian excellent. Okay. Guys. I'm going to build my own car. Yeah. That's exactly what it sounded. Like. And he did and it was born the Lamborghini car brand. So you said you watched a documentary about it? Yes. Sixty minutes did a piece on Lamborghini back in the seventy s Morley safer did the peace with Ferruccio Lamborghini and Valentino Balboni who was the test driver back then and just recently retired as the test driver. I think he's still on as a consultant and the piece was really driving. You said at the beginning of the show was his driving his tractor into the farm exactly for drives his tractor into the firemen drives out in Glamorgan you Coon Tosh. It's perfect. Finding if you can find it you see we thought it was funny that people wanting to match their trucks at the beginning of the show with the same color as their tractors. But ultimately the truth is when you could, you.

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03:31 min | 2 years ago

"ferruccio" Discussed on KOMO

"Wouldn't when you watch people just throw down a couple million here in a couple of millionaire on cars or five five million. I love I love beautiful cars. And that is why I want to spend a little time we want to talk to the of Lamborghini. So the first thing and let me see if I can get this. Right Allesandro me ski is is his name. We're going to have a one in just a second. But I will tell you that. I am extremely excited to to have him on when Brennan tells it looks like they're ready to have him on because. The car that was at Pebble Beach that they had the new event adore speed. Jay was just completely unbelievable. And this car on the stats were incredible v. Twelve I have never ever driven Lamborghini. That is been one of the saddest things in my life. I never happened. But I'm sure. We might be able to correct that today. And we're looking forward to they're they're going to be on just a second. Also. So I also wanna ask you guys if you had to choose a supercar, what would it be? I I would like to drive them all choice properly a two or three week supercar like you could have one for two or three weeks and then see each. Yeah. That sounds good. And then you could choose which one it would be it would make their would make making that decision more proper. And then after you've done that then you could decide which one you were going to buy exactly not that. I'd be able to buy it. I just put decide which one I would buy and then and then you want somebody else's money to buy it since we're going that route. All right. I think we planned by next year. Exactly. So let's say a month with each supercar. You could choose twelve and four Lamborghinis you won't in there. As well. For me. I think this event we would have to throw in. Did you see it while you were at pebble? I did. And it's very pretty. And it goes very fast right is a very very fast. This is the thing Lamborghini. The story about Lamborghini is is that these laws were Mr. Lamborghini himself who makes tractors back. Makes tractors owner Ferrari. But didn't like the transmission. So he took the transmission to the guys down there. At transplant transmission to Ferrari and said would you put this in one of your cause? And they went no, they just gave him the cold shoulder. Okay. Guys. Get to build my not in English accent bitney Italian accent. Okay. Guys. I'm going to build my own car. Yeah. That's exactly what it sounded. Like. And he did and there was born the Lamborghini car brand. So you said you watched a documentary about it? Yes. Sixty minutes did a piece on Lamborghini back in the seventies. Morley safer did the peace with Ferruccio Lamborghini and Valentino Balboni who was the test driver back then and just recently retired as the driver, I think he's still on as a consultant and the piece was really driving. You said at the beginning of the show was hits driving his tractor into the farm exactly for drives his tractor into the firemen drives out in Lamborghini, Coon Tosh. It's perfect separately worth finding if you can find it. You see we thought it was funny that people wanting to match their trucks that are being show with the same color as their tractors. But ultimately the truth is when you could, you.

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"ferruccio" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

Early to Rise Radio

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"ferruccio" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"Join me on this deep dive into my past my struggles, my hero's journey where I stand today and what I'm still chasing. Now, when you're done listening to this, you're gonna see that anything is possible for you in at the end of the show. All that. You know your next step so that you. You can take it and continue your journey to becoming your best self. But for now it's time for you to know everything about my past pay friends, welcome to another episode of inside. Look on the empire podcast. And today we have the great Craig Ballantyne and we're going to take a deep dive into this man's life because he's had a massive impact on my life. Craigie welcome to your show votes. Nice to be here. All right. Hey, so we known each other for about ten years. Yeah, and I'm gonna tell I'm gonna tell an interesting story. Sure. If you don't mind and involves our friend, Sean hassle, who I is going to be coming out here to the empire, it'll be the empire, right? And so gosh, about about nine ten years ago, Craig and I were at a Frank current event, two thousand eleven two thousand returning marathon. Yes. Gosh, you have a hell of a memory. Yeah, two thousand eleven where Frank current event and San Diego by the way, big shot out to Frank Kern and the Talia. And during the break, one of the breaks of. Seminar, the sky fitness guy comes up to me goes, hey, my name is Shawn hassle and nice to meet you. I said, oh, hey, good to meet you. I'm out here with Craig. Craig bowed down the big. I'm a big big fan. I said, great want you come have lunch with us and you and I were walking down the down the sidewalk and and I was in the middle Sean was to my left. You're on my right and Sean just kind of crosses over me and says, hey, Craig, how are you in new your answer something like none of your business or I don't wanna talk about that right now. That was Craig one point. I share this here with everyone's zero point. Oh yeah, because there was a time that I would actually jokingly call you crusty and yeah, right. But but here you've evolved so much and you're making such a big impact in people's lives. And so I'm curious, first off, at what point did you make the conscious decision that I need to start working on myself? I would say that I always knew almost like remember when your kid and you watch like Bugs Bunny and there'd be like the devil on the shoulder and angel decide. I always knew that there was the angel on one side, but I was more of the devil is more of the bad. You know, the took. The path of leasers this since I could have been better, and I always knew I could have been better today, and it was just over time and over time and over time. And you know, definitely meeting you and hang around you and Jason Ferruccio Joel Marian and my and my business partner and dear friend, Matt Smith, just being more like having a big brothers in my life, I think was really, really important to make me play up level..

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"ferruccio" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"ferruccio" Discussed on KTRH

"The end in at least they'll get down a talking we'll hear some ideas um and wondering therefore here you know of new newish ideas about things joe i talked republicans and the house the more cynical one va well the problem is the senate they need to get rid of the filibuster goal that's not going to happen so you know they there needs to be talk but more realistic about what can change in the senate to help move uh spending both long and you could argue that much because it's just a differing of opinion over how to has been main infants who was a fighter for immigration it's a buffet confusing the public because what is out of needless spending it's a visit must pass fillon and dumb and so the minority party likes to use it to try to exert leverage for the things they want um and so infused cuts you know you use for different purposes than just spending and that maybe that will be part of the discussion um so that's going to start and they have report that's post come out with their recommendations um it within a few months and so we'll all be you know paying close attention if he they come up with anything a look realistic missing with susan ferruccio congressional reporter at the washington examiner her piece is called can the super committee to fix congress's dysfunction the fighting that goes on really i mean such a over a small piece of the pie right i mean they really need to tackle something we social security and medicare you wanna make progress do that what i can even harder one predominant people like you yet domestic.

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"ferruccio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ferruccio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Government's continue extend in certain places they'll clampdown on certain areas way feel is going a bit too out of control it's still a worry for certain areas therefore i've seen some sort of the general trying to create a market i think it's still some tightening bias perhaps but i still would be a bit more positive on the equities right now he had thank you in haikou tragedy jp morgan asset management coming up here on bloomberg daybreak asia we're talking about stocks in china indicating possibly abounds backup yesterday's big losses also what is ahead for you as retailers as the holiday shopping need gets bogged way happy thanksgiving this is where igf and it's too this is a bloomberg market minute in this addition of our series on transit in the year ahead we look at artificial intelligence predictions are that within twenty years every task that you sit down and do as you and can be done better compete neural networks be train and do better than you dr david ferruccio led the team of ibm and academic researchers who came up with watson computer system there's no doubt that this technology will have pervasive influence on industry and society so he started the new company elemental cognition to try to give artificial intelligence more depth than an algorithm of probabilities has is a big difference between sitting there in using looking at patterns in language actually at actually understanding what's being set for routine told the bloomberg year ahead summit the ideas to launch sums to learn with people the goal is ultimately deliver an ai that can.

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"ferruccio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ferruccio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"House in the senate without being stopped by a filibuster under the special rules so there they are moving forward on on important spending and of course tax reform and so they say by punting on the debt ceiling basically quickly months it get that out of the way it gets disaster relief and the continuing resolution government funding out of the way let's start on tax reform and earn now we can see how far they can get on that in both start to see that next week susan ferruccio is the chief congressional correspondent washington examiner and when big news breaks on capitol hill she's are go to gals so we appreciate you jump in on board thank you susan great to be highlighting flat listen up a couple of you want to chime in on this so i definitely take your calls on it ended up moment as well as susan as saying you know this puts the democrat some kind of a captured position there on capitol hill uh perhaps i think that she may be right on some aspects of that but i think the democrats are still quite in disarray with regard to their leadership and moving forward into 2018 to 2020 electorally they made they may actually have some leverage on capitol hill legislatively but electorally they're still in dire straits and i'll explain what i mean by that with one little story about hillary clinton and joe biden coming up in just a few minutes but we had red do there and then we just lost red do as he still there let's try him on line three red doolan potomac you're on to be nato yes i am uh thank you a hello uh how are you hi good value and very disappointed in in our president trump might voted or uh because uh in my book as the legal immigrant did this country somebody whose family spent eight years uh philip have paid for work uh having interviews fingerprint.

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"ferruccio" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ferruccio" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In the are building the roads and bridges are literally driving on i sixty on the we will finish that project losers of not just come to expect that but they deserve that that new tax money you're paying will also go to repair or replaced 1300 bridges across the state over the next five years a vigil last night in frankfurt for haley in kelly fullerton they're the two young sisters who were killed wednesday night when a car drove into their home in crashed in their living room 93 wip sees mary ferruccio report he lost everything the their home they've lost half their family haley was described as a star athlete and kelly was just weeks away from her ninth birthday a 17yearold driver is in the clinton county jail on a prima mary charge of criminal recklessness this mary farreaching 93 wibc mobile new police believe in india and rather police believe in indiana dr killed his girlfriend an infant son before killing himself at a home in las vegas tuesday per darlene were year old john llaneta was from plymouth indiana and living with his girlfriend thirtyfouryearold karen jackson in las vegas is neighbor john sanaa her told katie and vive that the two had been going through a rough patch thought just notice let's if we become aware of suddenly the might be struggling or even frustrated or sad or depressed known grow friends have even some don't loik know police found the bodies of lunetta jackson in their eleven monthold son inside their home tuesday the family dog was also killed kirk darling 93 wip seem little news and wibc terry's daisy has my d is on how you can spin part of your weekend ice cream sunday's on monuments circle today the american gary ice cream social from eleven to two and proceeds benefit big brothers big sisters tomorrow at nine check out the indiana landmarks treasure hunt with an antique market a beer garden in dozens of yard sales in that one's free on sunday if you didn't get a ticket for the.

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