5 Burst results for "Five Different Batteries"

 Automakers step up pace on electric vehicle battery plants

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Automakers step up pace on electric vehicle battery plants

"A flurry of announcements suggest automakers and tech companies are preparing for a fast moving transition to electric vehicles Toyota still Lantis Foxconn Ford and Volvo all made announcements Monday about electric vehicle component or assembly plants or plants to raise capital to fund the transition to electric vehicles the announcements come on top of plans from Ford and General Motors to build five battery factories in the United States Toyota said it plans to build a new battery factory the location wasn't announced but the company says it'll eventually employed more than seventeen hundred people only about four point eight percent of the roughly eighty million new vehicles sold around the world run solely on electricity according to LMC automotive but analysts predict that percentage will rise Jennifer

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"five different batteries" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

04:10 min | 10 months ago

"five different batteries" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Ninety-one one ninety. Wow an you know you might actually say to me. Hey you shouldn't say this is bad news. If a company can increase the price of their products and still sell them. That's good news. My friend and well i agree with you on that. There's also the more powerful applied but that hasn't changed his pricing tang thousand dollar price increase back in june. Still a one three one one nine t. I'll keep an eye on the european configurations to see if price increases do filter through to other cars over hip tested also starting to deliver model wise in hong kong and macau now and that's more in line with the mainland china in macau by the end of last year there about eighteen thousand private vs in hong kong tesla was eighty percent of the heck. That's a market share that anyone would kill for eighty percent market share in hong kong government. Is targeting no knee registrations of anything that burns a fuel so that includes hybrids by thirty five off to south china morning. Post for that story. right-hand-drive hong kong right-hand-drive uk on tesla sell model. Why that's im- that mean. That said that gif take my money. Yes i'm doing that right now. Now let's talk about tom. Hanks he was an early fan of eve. As one of a small handful of buyers of the propulsion epochs it was a sign. Xp converted to run on a thirty five kilowatt hour electric battery one of the first electric cars. You can actually buy and tom. Hanks also bought eight hundred two row. Four when you could get one and he has kept up the electric vehicle. Garish as well. Tom hanks is a huge electric car. Fan his twenty fifteen model s. his tesla model s. p. Five day always got a gooden a five day. One of four vehicles now going up for sale at bonhams auction august thirteenth. The has thirty thousand miles on it if you tom. Hanks model s. it's painted in british racing green. Which is tom hanks. Favorite color ficus says the description bonham's estimates the cow will go between seventy and one hundred thousand dollars. Wow you're paying a huge premium for a celebrity car. I wonder if painted or whether it came. That's the because there was no british racing green that it's just could be the websites Also week that reported this Calling it british racing green. Because if you look at the picture well it does look like they were five. Different battery variants produced From twenty twelve and the colors they started with did include a green so back in twenty twelve when the model s. started there was the forty kilowatt hour pack phased out pretty quickly forty sixty eighty five the five and the five plus in two thousand twelve and you could get in the load of colors compared to these days. There's the anza brown metallic which was particularly pu colored and a horrible africa and but there was a green there was it was called sequoia greenback in two thousand twelve then in the two thousand thirteen and two thousand fourteen model s.'s. Is there was. They changed it to be called green metallic if it was a different shade or just a name change but it was called green metallic. They did while. I'm on this slight tangent. Do the original road stuff. You could get the original roads to factory painted in racing green on some crazy colors as well. But let's go back to tomo hangs cow. Well the article kohl's at two thousand fifteen eighty five day. Well in two thousand fourteen. They were making eighty five days in racing green metallic but if he's a later one so towards the end of two thousand fifteen were they green off the menu. Maybe had sprayed hey. He is one of the world's most famous movie stars. I'm sure he can.

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"five different batteries" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

The Darin Olien Show

15:40 min | 1 year ago

"five different batteries" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

"Was designed for making leather And used on leather by charles bully and it became popular and then he partnered with the american crayon company which produced chalk crowns was the original and in the nineteen hundreds krantz popularity continued to increase then in nineteen. Oh three alice. Benny came up with the name. Crayola which is a combination of the french word. Chalk cray c. R. a. i. e. and the first part of this next word oli genus. And which is a word for wax paraffin. So there you go. The origin for crayola crayons is the word. Chalk and paraffin. Go telling you right there that this was made from paraffin so today crayola and it's famous number. Eight gold medal yellow boxes. That is the market leader in the us as well as three hundred other manufacturers so crayola is the leading cran brand Producing nearly three billion cran's each year An average of twelve million daily by the age of ten. The average child has worn seven. Hundred twenty three crowns. That's kind of weird. Every hundred new cran equal about one pound. That's a total of one hundred and twenty thousand pounds that are being manufactured distributed daily. That's still going on that sixty tons of paraffin based wax finding its way into the landfills. Now there's two things of why. I'm bringing this up number one. The toxic exposure for our kids number two the environmental challenges and strain that puts on the environment of this petroleum in the environment. So those are the two main reasons. I'm bringing this up as a fatal convenience in two thousand fifteen the cran initiative organization estimated that roughly between forty five thousand seventy five thousand pounds of broken kranz or discarded in landfills throughout the us annually. That's crazy a yale. University studied documented that the aroma of the amongst the country's twenty. Most recognizable smells crazies. That is the childhood smell. It's paraffin and coloring as crayons. So what makes it convenient. Well obviously this is a thing that kids use. I e we all use a the coloring books and writing numbers and letters and words developing art. These are all great things and listen. I'm not here to bash. Cran's i'm here to give you alternatives to the paraffin and the destructive nature of some of the stuff. Obviously this sparks creativity and colors. I i love krantz to this day right. It brings us back to that. Childhood thing in allows us to imagine an color and explore our own creativity and this is extremely beneficial so we just need to have alternatives to some of the stuff so the chemicals that we should be aware of nineteen ninety four the consumer product safety commission ordered eleven brands of trans produced overseas off of shelves because of the lead content that were in the pigments and in two thousand investigation conducted by seattle post intelligencer found out that eighty percent of forty krantz made by three main. Us companies. crayola prang and rose art. Plus four overseas manufacturers contained asbestos above the traced level. okay. So are you as shocked as i am. That a specis is in the crohn's and we already know that this is a carcinogenic compound and children are that much more susceptible to the so that is a startling startling. Find by the industry Even though there are some agencies out there trying to garner safety in some of the stuff the art and creative material institute a c. m. I paid basically by the industry to certify. The non-toxicity of such materials said that the tests were wrong but admitted that they didn't analyze transfer for specis according to debbie fanning the institute's executive director at the time and probably. They will never do so. Here's the thing about testing if you don't test for it put your hands over your eyes and your in your ears. You don't know what's in there so if you don't test for it it's not there right. Well there you go. We found out that these things lead us. Bestest and other things. I'll get into our in our cran's and the way these people deal with it who are supposed to have our back with toxicity and have our children's interest in mind are basically saying. Oh sorry we didn't know so that gives us a lot of great comfort. Doesn't it in two thousand eighteen. According to the us public interest research group educational fund toxic levels of justice were discovered in place. School crohn's made in china where many tallec deposits are known to be contaminated by specis. So chalk cran's all this stuff if inhaled. It is possible that toxicology levels are high enough to cause meth ely. Olma lung cancer. If ingested which kids put stuff in their mouth all the time is also possible that the specis could cause cancer or poisoning. This specis is most likely a contaminant that most companies are used in cran's as a strengthener for the paraffin and coloring agent. So it's not just an environmental showed up in the cran's it is a deliberate ingredient that they're putting in the trans to create more strength. Come on people. There's a lot better choices than that. Jesus something that's known carcinogen you're gonna put it in crannies. That children are using. come on. this is crazy. Krantz tested were being sold at the dollar stores. So listen if you're buying cheap stuff you better not be buying these products There is a wide tests. Done a dollar stores in chicago and the same products being sold online and places like dollar days dot com ebay amazon. Six other brands of the krantz were tested from houston to denver to california to chicago. Only the school krantz parent company hasbro tested positive for tremoulet. The specis the especially is free products including crayola targets. Up crazy art disney. Those were the only ones that is apparently tested. A free so there is being some pushback. As of two thousand twenty still a species found in kranz as tested and carried out by the australian competition and consumer commission a c. A law of that is in the show notes. Dr michael harbert director of the center of occupational and environmental medicine in detroit. The metabolism of a young child is such that they even more sensitive to toxins levels of a specis exposure. That would do minimal harm to. An adult can cause serious disease in a child. After latency periods has run. Its course oh over. A long period of time and then a lot of people are melting these cranston so then it's airborne and that can cause some serious toxins and fumes from the pigments to be airborne. We need to be aware that the natural low volatile organic compounds which are caused by all of these crayons and landfills the voc's and the as the byproducts that these are causing continued and mounting environmental conflicts in nineteen thirty six. The cran water color craft institute known today as the art and creative material institute was found to promote safety in art materials for children the institute a has an independent board. Certified toxicology responsible reviewing all of these materials. It is worth noting that crayola was the founding member of this destitute So there's a conflict of interest and it seems as though that those testing for specis is still showing up so they've failed at flagging and they founded the agency. That's supposed to be a third party so there's a lot of safety issues as it relates to not as much lead anymore but that's still scary as well as the mounting evidence of festus. Now i'm not here to to slam crayola. But they are the big market. They also have been doing a lot of quote unquote a lot of environmental work But i did find that one point. Five million dollars in state energy programs and grants. They've been Privately funded by the pennsylvania. Power and light. Crayola built a one megawatt solar farm. That's cool Even though solar in its inception. Isn't that sustainable either. For the past decade crayola has been using solar. Solar power invests one hundred percent into renewable energy. Okay cool well. Thanks for that. Just don't create toxic frigging trans anymore. So one thing you can do is you can buy recycled. Trans are proven specis and lead free. That's one thing you can do. Because they throw out millions of pounds year. Also the national cran recycle program You can check that out. And there's new crayons called crazy trans that come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and they use From recycling so other things that you can use that are a lot safer find soybean based non gmo trans also home. Wax is great. Dis wax is fantastic made from the honeycomb and that can be Also termed vegetable wax. So there's some great reliable sources. Here i have in the in the show notes insider dot com Environmental working group has a great study. That i find here And also other alternatives and brands. Okay so that's it. I mean every time. I think there's not going to be much about my inkling of one of these fatal conveniences. There's always this deep path of profit center without the real guidelines of health. And when they do know that they're doing things that are causing harm they don't make changes until we push back so stop buying crayola and less. They're going to change their policies and get rid of paraffin. Get rid of all of specis. Hopefully not make it out of china hard to trust and not put toxic cran's in our children's hands and mouth. Okay so i love cran's i want some right now but just don't support the paraffin in the oil industry. Okay so that's it for all the parents make sure that if you're a parent you pass this episode on to other parents and other schools. Listen to this episode and educate your whole school system on the recycling program of safe trans as well as using safe effective environmentally friendly and healthy produced krantz. Okay i love you all. Stay happy and really stay healthy. Thanks for tuning in everyone. I hope you're feeling inspired to take a closer look at the everyday choices you're making an. How could impacting your health and planet wanna learn more about life's fatal conveniences head over to fatal conveniences dot com. You can sign up for the exclusive access to beethoven. Beats episodes news insights and more all this great stuff gets sent each week straight to your inbox. Making it really easy now. That's a convenience without the negative side effects. It only takes a few seconds to join. Just fill in the form and take that amazing step towards making better choices remember. Small changes can have big impact. Keep diving my friends keep diving. Oh and if you haven't had a chance to check out the interview. I released earlier in the week. Here's what you missed. The human body is a portable electronic device and all portable electronic devices must have a battery system so indeed. The body has five different batteries. The major batteries in our body are actually our muscles are muscles are water called pies electric. So what's that funny word mean. What if you take a piece of course and you squeeze it with a pair of pliers. It emits electrons so anytime you distort something that causes it to melt electrons. That phenomenon is called pies electricity. So every time i move my muscles exercise move around or whatever my muscles are actually generating voltage generated electrons. Fortunately my muscles are also rechargeable batteries. So all of our muscles are stacked one on top of each other in a very specific order like stacking batteries in a flashlight to form a powerpack. So every organ in the body has its own battery back. This episode is produced by my team at must amplify an audio marketing company. That specializes in giving a voice to a brand and making sure the right people here if you'd like or are thinking about doing a podcast or even with like a strategy session to add your voice to your brand in a powerful way go to. Www dot must amplify dot com backslash. Darren that's www must amplify dot com backslash darren..

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"five different batteries" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

The Darin Olien Show

15:08 min | 1 year ago

"five different batteries" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

"Only in one direction but at the speed of light now. Physicists say well energy electrons. don't move through through leaving things at the speed of light. But that's been proven to be incorrect by By german physicist by the name of constantine meal so he's proven in his lab that yes indeed Energy moves or electrons. Move through the body of speed of light. Wow which helps us understand if why if you put essential oil on your big toe. The frequency of that is in your brain at the speed of light so we have this Muscle battery pack system. And that's the major provider of voltage and by the way just as an aside the brain uses more voltage than anything else in the body and therefore it needs the biggest batteries so the br the battery as supply for the rain is our legs. Wow that's the backup. Backup system for the brain is is the lake so one of the reason. Your brain works better if you go out and walk around the block because you've charged it up. Hey what do you use on your skin. I use this incredible product. The good from caldera lab. It's lightweight serum is made of twenty seven. Active plant tackles that are ganic and wild harvested. Yes this is my ideal serum for my face just a small amount every night after washing my face in his all it takes to have this great skid smells good feels good and helps tackled dry skin without being oily wrinkles scarring. It really does. Keep my skin looking young as i absolutely feel from inside. Gotta try this stuff. Go to caldera lab dot com forward. Slash darren or use the discount code all caps darren at the checkout for twenty percent off your first order of the good. If you don't like it guess what they will give you a full for and refund to invest in it invest in your skin and your health. It's easy guys go get some energy begets energy. But now this actually explains it right suggest by the the moving changing of the the almost geometry of the muscle. You're saying that that is the actual pump or the release of energy from battery pack. Yes as pies. Electricity is the is the muzzles battery charger. And so that's why it's Exercise is important. You know you talk about exercise. Being important to move lymphatic. But i think much more important job it has his keep your battery packs charged now another interesting thing is that as an embryo develops it starts in the brain and from the brain circuits. Extend down into the rest of the body and as they do so they go through very specific teeth. And so our teeth individually become integrated in specific circuits and. That's why our teeth have such an important role in all of our electronic circuits so so we start with the big batteries in our muscles to go through the teeth. And then they go down to the cell membranes and our cell membranes are actually designed to be capacitors so unwarlike bastard. Capacitor is a small battery so if you'd have to electron conductors separated by an insulator you have what's defined as a capacitor and thus store electrons are store will ditch the difference between a capacitor and a battery is in play a capacitor. When it's asked to discharge completely discharges all of the energy at has whereas battery can release it slowly over time so basically again. We have our muscle battery packs than we have. Our cell membranes are actually small batteries if you please just underneath. The cell membranes is a special kind of water that has been called easy water exclusion zone water alcoholic abso docked. Pollock has given it that name and it's actually another of voltage storage system because instead of being h. two o. is h three zero two which is an electron donor form of water. So there's a third battery. Then we have the mitochondria and those are the little power stations inside of cells and inside the maddock andrea. We have another rechargeable battery system. It's called atp when it's charged up his called adp when it's discharged well. The atp is the final Batteries power source for the cell to do what it needs to do. And as it spins its electrons and becomes a discharged battery. Obviously you need a battery charger. Inside the maddock andrea and that battery charger is called the citric cycle or the krebs cycle and the krebs cycle has designed to run on fatty acids so for every unit of fatty acid. You put into the krebs cycle. If oxygen available you get enough electrons to charge up thirty eight of those little. Adp batteries but if oxygen is unavailable for every unit of fatty acid you put in. You only get enough electrons to charge up two of those batteries so little like a car that goes from thirty eight miles a gallon two two miles per gallon if you don't have enough oxygen and then finally we have our dna dna when you see pictures of it. You generally see it from the side and it looks like you took a couple of ladders. Twisted them together. But if you look at it from the and you'll see there's a big hole down the middle and down the middle of that whole is in implodes what's called scaler. Energy and scaler energy has the ability to go down. Not only do service the power supply to your dna but it has power to read to communicate it to the next new sell. It makes it to communicate with other cells in the body so the scaler energy that employs into dna is not only a battery. But it's an information transfer system. Wow so we have these five different batteries. That must work a for the cells to continue to function so one of the things then. That's important to recognize his that. If someone has an organ that's not functioning normally. You can take it to the bank that it won't have adequate because all chronic disease is defined by having inadequate voltage. Now the next piece of the puzzle happen stipulate polarity so if you look at a battery. It has a plus on one end and a minus on the other hand. If you take any rechargeable battery new drain it two zero the polarity flips upside down. So now if you take a battery and put it in a ratty charger upside down at won't take charge while it and so what happens. In our muscle battery packs in particular is if we drain our our muscles to down to zero. They flipped her priority. And therefore we lose the power that's necessary to have the twenty five miller goals for cells to walk run correctly. And we certainly don't have the fifty miles. It takes to make new cells to repair them so once. Batteries flipped nothing. You do works. So how do people in the normal day out of power they draining. They're they're they're muscle battery packs for example how that happened. Well we've identified five different reasons that muscles and and flipped their polarity. First of all is steroid. Second is a scar across the circuit across the the wiring system for that battery. Third is a dental infection in The teeth that are in that circuit fourth is emotional baggage and fifth his toxins so each one of those things will drain your battery a little bit an extra drain a little more than a little bit more and finally you add enough of those things together then the battery flips now. This is one of the major defects in my view of traditional medicine and even many forms of so called alternative or natural medicine and that is in traditional medicine. We do scientific studies. And that's in quotes scientific studies in order to find out if one particular thing is causing something or if one particular incur- something and so we try to isolate all of the other substances or other things just to see what. The effect of that one particular thing is what the reality is almost. No illnesses are due to one particular thing now. There are obviously exceptions if you happen to be next to assure chernobyl when it blew up. Yeah the radiations gonna kill you. You know if you're under the water and held their your and you don't get oxygen. Yeah that's going to kill you too. But talking about most of chronic disease is not a single item causing it. it's a combination of various electrons. Steelers added together which are adequate in their summoned total to drain the battery zero k so now we see that. Same thing in natural medicine alternative medicine. Whatever you wanna call it. Everybody's always looking for that magic south african jungle juice. It's gonna cure everything. That's wrong with everybody and i'm sure having gone and inspected a lot of those things you in particular know that that's simply not true. There isn't one magic notes. So what you have to do then is to go down the list of those things and identify which ones are active in order in keeping us circuit Flip because if you don't fix them all even if you flip the battery back in charge it up which can tell you how do in a moment he'll simply flip again. So would you like me to go down the list. Let's do it. Let's go to list so thyroid. Hormones very important but thyroid hormone. That's most important. Is t three so the thyroid normally makes tea three four but the thyroid hormone that most doctors prescribe is just t- four. Now the problem is that to convert t four into the active form of t three. You must have. I dine progesterone glutathione and several other things that are in the list that you have to have been. The problem is that many people are deficient in those cofactors nutrients. So if you give somebody four. It doesn't matter if they can't converted to the active form t three and so And the other thing is that the that the Thyroid process actually begins in the hypothalamus of the brain. And that part of the brain is under control of adrenaline. From your adrenals. Fear of so of your dreams are out which is true in most sick people. They end the thyroid process. Can't work correctly. Because the epa thelma's in getting the signals at needs so the the apple thomas puts out what's called the retro peak releasing hormone which tells the poetry to put out t h which tells the thyroid to put out t four t four must be converted to the active formity three. Unfortunately doctors are trained to look at t s h and occasionally they look at t four and if those are in the normal range they say well you have added with thyroid hormone but you can see those numbers could be normal. But if you can't convert into the active form you could be eighty percent efficient at the cell membrane and have normal h four and your blood and so there's enormous amount of undiagnosed hypothyroidism and so Remember that the thyroid hormone t three controls. The voltage of every cell membrane in the body. T. three also controls the total number of might aqa andrea in the body and t to controls the function of the maddock. Andrea has a big big juggernaut of control over these energy systems. Just a an f. y. I i've got about. I'm about three hours. Work away from finished writing a book. About what escalier energy. And how does it affect the body and that goes into great detail. About how all of the scaler. Angie works because the reality is that scaler energy is the essence of life itself. Yeah and is the scaler Move through different. Frequencies hurts frequencies. Does it move in that. In that way. Is there levels to that scaler energy. Or how is that associated with frequencies and things like well scaler energy in and of itself is sort of like Something like money set in its savings account waiting for you to need it and then it will go. You can withdraw. Are you can utilize saying that is scaler. Energy will implode into the center of anything. That's a platonic solid spheres cubes pyramids and whatever or implode into anything that's golden mean and by the way your dna is golden mean and that's why scaler energy implodes into the when that stops happening. You're no longer with us. So we were at thyroid scars dental infections. Now if you've got a circuit going through a tooth decay in the tooth decay simply as a resistor to some of the electrons trying to go through that tooth and drops the voltage event but decay in and of itself won't flippable aaron but if you have infection in a tooth and infection spreads into the bone around the tooth. Now it'll simply flip the polarity in that circuit and nothing. You do will work until you get the infection out of the bowling around that twos and of course the. The teeth are most likely to end up in that situation. A root canal teeth because.

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"five different batteries" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

12:12 min | 3 years ago

"five different batteries" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Jim in robin we've been talking about new innovations at this old house magazine has written about you know what are some of them are really kind of cool goodness gracious tricks you thank you how to fix that now but but we we sit there we we talked about some some interesting things at the first in and I was really concerned about my I really do not want the fault of having a bacteria killing that locked in my shower if he gets turned own accidentally in your in it I just think that that could calls melanoma rob I'm just I'm just not for me you may have bacteria I'm not but you know not all bacteria is bad you know all right two more things on top of this article in and you can find it on this old house online if you read the whole article one of them because you know you're like you sell like yeah cool stuff yeah I do and a lot of that and so they now have a fuse panel box that is wow farm wifi control couldn't collectivity so it connects to your smartphone yep and you can it will send you a trip alert so in other words if a breaker trips for whatever reason right eight you'll get an alert to your phone it says Hey breaker number twenty three tripped yeah or whatever yep and you can actually control the breakers remotely with your smartphone so says in the article did you forget to turn off the oven use your phone to tripit circuit immediately just turn it off from that in the article says from from Jim your windows the only five hundred dollars yeah Leviton makes level comics where they make good stuff eleven dot Mason could step in and they get they have their very innovative a wifi enabled fuse box there you go now keep in mind rob a regular run of the mill fuse box is about a hundred and sixty Bucks yeah just five hundred just from twenty five hundred and I bet you the twenty five hundred one is not a hundred and box no no I bet it's the it's the little way now I'm at the hundred and boxes more kids where it says from twenty five I don't know and I would think that no one what Leviton is done I would think that's a hundred or two that I'm I'm thinking so but it's still in itself is not cheap no not sure what do you know if you want to be able to control your fuses they go with your phone save your heart attack on there and flip them I guess they can help you out okay last one I want to talk about all right talk to me I don't understand this he are wear for mayor with light blue tape for painting or yard tape or something like that yeah they peel tech is the company yeah this has now your stuff has now invented a a brush on masking tape tape yeah the rubbery Berrier so it says brushed on any surface this latex coding forms a rubbery barrier that blocks paint bleed far better than regular masking tape especially a rough or poor services no problem I don't understand why are you go for not as a paints now yeah and what's your name listening Cheryl yeah her she's paystub to yeah she's listening you have a if you can't cut a straight line right therefore you're using the tape yeah Hey don't because straight line with this stuff yeah that's what I was thinking the very thing that you're trying to just sit there and take care of your having a brush shown I'm I'm I'm with you there have been part of the thing with the tape is is that you get a straight line right right right or maybe you got a brush used if you go to British you straight line of this stuff he didn't need to take that's right you might as well just a brush of the plane on the other side and just forget it yeah our thirty dollars order that from people take dot com all right another highly boosted their sales are we did like I said as a thank you card rob like I got to tell you something now now now a few weeks in several weeks I've kinda password you about it that you're not had a debate if if your regular listeners remember robin I had a debate own cool too and the coaster will you say it was a day wall multi tool cordless cordless the wall multi too and then I said it was the Milwaukee impact driver all right and I said the resume by well almost cooler yeah is because yellow is for chickens and rate is for rednecks and I am a redneck so you like to read to use I have good news rob Milwaukee yeah has developed a cordless multi Tennessee it uses the MA teens so with the same battery from your you've got it yeah it's it's regular price a hundred nineteen ninety nine but I can let your normal secret nine next month which is next week there are is this is going own site yeah for ninety nine nine nine eight twenty Bucks off that is pretty cool that's that's pretty cool well I will say I took a after that show I took a poll yeah at the job site yeah I am what what are these all the different trades so which did they had and while the impact driver is nobody wanted to be without it no I am around right the consensus was is the the the multi tool yeah has probably been one of the greatest invention since fire or the wheel I believe you're probably right they all use you're probably right how guy flooring guys these at all time is the like Chechens have won the tram people have to have one in fact the trim guy who's been treatment houses for thirty five years he said I don't I don't even know how I made it through life without this that's pretty you know it's just if the multi tool is change it's a handy thing are you ruling yesterday now my I actually have the core did yep is added to the corded craft which works great I just have to at center plugged in or not gonna quit doesn't work well as you'll plug it in when you were doing that survey did you ask other questions did you ask the tool label a preference well there's a lot of debate about that yeah yeah and so did you come on any consensus well so there people get particular about brands right people in the trades so you're saying like one guy he's got all the wall stuff okay all the old so he's chicken all right he likes the wall stuff but then somebody else to make fun of him in because they like Milwaukee Milwaukee stuff he's written it okay Makita stuff or harm or whatever you know you just blew the elective I guess you like just say you're not my my stuff is always a like a mix of things whatever happened be on sale I've got you know okay leading the battery got some grass and stuff yeah well that's the only thing now one guy he's got he's got all Milwaukee stuff right okay and and this is pretty cool and I didn't know they make this but they have like a big charger the hold six batteries at the same to not have a radio in it too most I'm have a radio included this is just a big flat thing has six plug okay so all these tools use the same am eighteen batterymark right so you can you got all them they're charging and then you snap in and you know you don't happening year impact driver you snap it in years he's got a skills all you know you snap into that rock and and so that's pretty handy so that's the problem I have is I've got various brands so I have to have four five different battery charger young batteries because none of it entertaining it works good on the front and when you're purchasing you get at Best Buy yeah but only on the the backing and it now you're accurate because you got batteries it is only because you know if you're Makita drill dies you're not going to plug that Milwaukee memory and not going to happen and I am so now you gotta go charge it now we also rob we talked about tools but we have an essential to all the essential even though even though the multi tool is working its way into an essential tool in people's toolbox I have I have an essential tool that every person should have in their tool box and that is a quality scissors or not the chief you know all the ones that you use it in elementary school you just can't you cut your Jackie scissors god has some good says and see them Hey look at now that particular brand is made by Milwaukee now Milwaukee has just come out with those recently that's that's under twenty Bucks but that is a nasty purses or traffic now you don't have to invest in a twenty dollar per scissors which you need a good pair of scissors and natural box you needed that well I not say in not only in your toolbox we've got a good pair scissors like this at our kitchen all the time and you wouldn't believe how often you use that in kit yes now this is it you want a good you want a good pair scissors I hate Jackie scissors now speaking in you and I yeah can can agree on this I like that these are ambidextrous scissors are left or right he don't you hate right hand scissors and I know your time is backwards I just I do what I did rob I learn to use our that's right so yes scissors are always awkward but these these scissors are made left or right in a you can cut either way you want to if your hand gets tired you switch still you switch to see this kind of right handed or or if you really want to cut face you put a pair of scissors and both keep going and then cut cut John Wayne style so these are the Milwaukee this is a heavy duty this is a heavy duty yes that is a good portion these cop there nineteen ninety nine forty Bucks analyze the rest your life you've got it you got it chrome plated durability rest protection lifetime warranty there you go boy all right so Lester says you'll have to buy there you go yeah don't you hate it when you get scissors in there although you try to cut some Indiana Hoosiers phones and the planes don't stable yeah yeah so now number you talk about the kitchen drawer my wife keeps a good pair of scissors and yeah we schedule in our brand our come okay lows to cut sheet she draws people in it she cuts a mile you know I guess you call it paper dolls battery she really is because sophisticated some of those don't you know really make some big without merit and we got some life size ones that that she created and unless we're gonna need those sister sure put drugs a worm says and then we have to go hunting yes scissors that we gotta hide yeah all right we're gonna take great rate we come back we're gonna play name that tool your opportunity to win a prize was to press the prize is a bottle of monkey but power monkey but power today what with this you maybe you need it you got it actually is anti motorboat or anytime yeah it doesn't give it to you it's like **** I want to take that away yeah with all the hot humidity that's a much sought after item okay we'll be right back under the rules.

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