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Inside the World of Threat Intelligence Operations

Task Force 7 Cyber Security Radio

06:54 min | 7 months ago

Inside the World of Threat Intelligence Operations

"Day. So what is threat intelligence in your mind? Can you describe it for for our audience police? Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. You know it's a good question, right? So there's a challenge industry actually that I think a lot of people throw different terms around sort of conflate the terms, right? So I look at it from an come out of the government background I look at it from a government and military standard originally. and. So you're talking about maybe data and information and intelligence is the best way to explain it so. There's a chart and publication two dash zero that that actually really how well essentially, data is to list of peace in are else for instance, information would be that same list of Ip's New Orleans with with so share with it. So a informed data information, which unfortunately is where a lot of people live and they think that's that's intelligence. But what we really need to do is get to intelligence which. is at Saint list of IPR als, but you also add in the threat score. Of course then you add in, you might be associated threat actors, tactics, techniques, procedures, signatures, tools, motives you know when when architecture was hustle went was saved when it was hostile and even what might come next. So it's that holistic picture that gets you into the intelligence realm and then we'll talk about threat intelligence is specific towards. Threats against. US or others rights for you talk about tying that that holistic picture to. Pursue Tactics techniques, things we need to worry about. So that's in a nutshell sort of what we talked about. We talked about threat intelligence. I think when we talked our audience and we tell them aren't in the cyber security business and we say that the government does intelligence and they have intelligence services and functions. I think they get that right they get in the government does intelligence. Why does a fortune five hundred company need intelligence like what? What problems threat intelligence saw for fortune five, hundred company. Yeah. It's a good question and to be honest I, spent a lot of time on this one. So I, think you're right I think people get the government need for intelligence rights. It's been around for generations. Now, a nation to nation interests you want to know things you know as much about your adversary is possible right? That's sort of the goal of intelligence any the product it's not that different. What's happened essentially is in an interconnected world. Now, where we all live everybody's at risk at some level connected to somebody or something. And his adversaries out there and most of us have something of value whether we think. So we're not obviously understand. Best Right. We protect money. But there's other ventures. It also have things. EVALU- personal information, intellectual property things of that nature. So when you understand, you have a threat you and you have risks worry about its best again to understand the adversary and. Does you know intelligence is the only way to become proactive. When you talk about doing defense most executive, you think cybersecurity sock things like that. We have we have the same. We have network data coming in and work reprocessing that were reacting to things that are in our environment. But as long as we're just living inside our environment, we're never going to get off that that wheel that hamster wheel where we're just not things down. So what intelligence does is allows us to see things outside their environment and you start moving. You know we talk in the connect world. If you think of a time line of left to right, we always talk about trying to be left to the boom boom is a terrorist attack robot or something terrible and the right obviously, it's reactive and it's really really bad and that's what. I bring into the cyber discussions is we also WANNA get left the boom right? As you know we've already been compromised. We're on the news we got twenty four hour operations etcetera we WANNA move left and the only way to move left of the move boom. The only way to become proactive is intelligence we have to understand things that are going on around the world outside of where we are we have to understand what adversaries exists and what their general practices are and what their targets sets are, who going after what are their motives And we start seeing that even get bigger and talk about geopolitics. You know what is an embargo against Iran do from a cyber standpoint. Tactics right and you know North Korea Sarah. So I think that's the bigger piece and I think we're starting to see more understanding on the private sector that the risks are are incredible the barrier to entry for cyber pretty low you have to be an incredible hacker to do damage to somebody or to steal information center or something like that. So. Yeah absolutely. Fortune Five, hundred, fortune one, hundred. You know frankly even smaller companies but you really need to be building in my opinion and intelligence programs the only way to get proactive. So, all sounds commonsensical. How how hard is it to be proactive, and then actually be predictive where you can actually predict that something bad's going to happen before it happens right So to speak, right? Yeah. How hard is it? Is Really hard. That's the hard part, right? It's really hard. So you know and to be to be clear even the government space you know we've all the classified information available on all the resources. It's still really hard. You know we often talk about. I worked in areas where we talked about predictive intelligence but it's dangerous term October when you used there is no crystal ball by any means. The best you can hope for is to have enough available data and information to develop intelligence to make assessments on likelihood. And it is hard. It takes time and effort. It takes a set of skills It's one of the things it's been a lot of time in the private sector talking to you about is I. Think a challenge we've seen as people started except, yes, we want intelligence attendance. The next thing is explaining the intelligence is its own career that's its own thought processes and training. You can't take your world's best in incident responder say that guy's GONNA run Intel program. Now you're gonNA build another incident response program so. When you're able to bring in town of a off your obviously, the government grows most talent. You bring some folks who can help build these programs. There's also you know universities are building great programs teach this in their courses like you know has GTI. Course it's a great place to be. When you build those out, you understand a different skill set and then you can start building but the truth is it's it's hard it's time consuming. It could be a bit expensive talent access and time or sort of three elements. tools is under big element I, throw them in with the access piece, but talent access in time or big elements you have to build out and you also really have to discuss value, right so leadership. Wants no what am I getting for my money and when you talk about being proactive, that's a tough thing. Sometimes get metrics to measure You know I've talked to a lot of organizations that in the cyber world and they measure their metrics on their tools and things that they have in the sock and they come with great metrics usually but Intel, I tell people to start thinking about more on the lines of how you measure your metrics for physical security. Or. Insurance, even. I if you run a bank and you don't get robbed for a few years to fire the security team shut off the cameras clearly, we don't need this. WE'RE NOT IN DANGER RIGHT? You understand the risk of being a bank. You know there's there's an inherent risk and it's the same thing in Cyprus. So it's a we are working on better metrics. I, think as an industry help people understand the value of it. But yeah, it's it's Hartman John Security for

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How the things that seem like your disadvantages can be your advantages

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:52 min | 9 months ago

How the things that seem like your disadvantages can be your advantages

"Hey everyone it's carly. This show might sound a bit different today because we are still working from home because of Covid Nineteen Danielle is also. And she will be back next week today. Jenny. Britain Bauer joins us skin from the couch. Jenny is the founder and chief creative officer of Jenny splendid ice creams. And Artisanal Ice Cream company. You can find in grocery stores around the country and in my own freezer and it is a personal favorite game. HQ Johnny has probably one of the most unique jobs of anyone we've ever had on the show I am so excited to get into this conversation Jenny welcomed skimmed from the couch high made my own job. So you know if you made your own job, you could just do whatever you want to be an ice cream maker. Jedi I'm always out of is like out but I actually. So happy she is out because I get to talk to you alone would make so much fun of me right now I have the biggest we choose to if there was ever a podcasts for me to record by myself, it is this one. I. Don't even know where to start I. Do WanNa just like trump a funny story of how we almost met in person ones, which is I don't know if you remember this, it was the skins third office. We had an elevator that opened right into our office and there were a bunch of companies in the same building and we had somebody on our team who at the time was just absolutely like your number one biggest fan in the world and the elevator door opens you happen to be in the elevator and this girl and our team just screams because you only hear our she. Just. Here Jenny. You go into a meeting in our building. No. That was one of my favorite favorite moments I was actually like confused in the elevator trying to get to I must have. Pushed the floor, your floor or whatever instead of the where we're supposed to go and I was just trying to figure it out, and then the elevator opens and everybody's looking at me because you know your off, it just goes right into the office and then Jedi and also I was already a fan and so I got to you know it was really fun I got to they showed me around and gave me all the mugs and everything and it was so fun. Really like one of my favorite moments. It was a good story. So let's jump in with how to start all of our interviews, which is just skim your resume for us. My resume is as skin I mean I would. I quit art school to make ice cream to start a little shop in the north market, which is indoor public market in Nineteen Ninety six and I've never had another job and just for our listeners who don't know where you're based. You're hi I'm in. I'm in Columbus Ohio. Yes. So I really went from like high school jobs and you know like working at the bakery in college to starting my own business and I was twenty something years ago. What is something that we cannot Google the value that we should now? Oh Gosh. Well actually, a lot of things but not maybe not that you should know I love driving like. Track driver I like my car a lot. I have just a GTI but it's out and you know I go out to the track and drive really fast I like that while we may have a lot of common about ice cream I think we just found our big difference which is I learned to drive not too long ago. Wow. Daniel is still learning. Oh my gosh. When we're when I was reading about your story something that really struck me was just that Ube only known and identified as a very creative person and it's clear in just reading about you. You probably would have ended up doing something very creative and ice cream is something that you found and became your outlet. But did you always think you're going to be an entrepreneur? I did I've always had that. I just always had that independent sort of way of thinking we approaching the world and so I knew somebody told me about it when I was very young I mean my grandfather was an entrepreneur. I. Mean just like he you know he had a little like a cleaning company after worked where he will go clean offices. My Grandmother said I remember she said this to me you know if you can't find a job. And so we would like go pick all the marigold. Dry Out, and then go sell them back to the neighbors later on I just always felt like it was freedom and I guess even from a very young as early as I can remember I always wanted to take responsibility for all that in my life in fact, I don't know if I was ever a kid. I always felt like I wanted I was. Always mad that people look at me as a kid I always wanted to be a grown up when I was a kid just to take over my my life and take ownership of that I mean like was I couldn't sit in class I don't like being told what to do. I. Think I'm a very nice person. I'm a very community spirited person I come from a place of service and I'm a total introvert. But I also like can't follow rules. At all.

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"gti" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"gti" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Bank. You're an extension seven twenty Justin Kaufman p cadence in studio with her. As entrepreneur he was the former CEO of GTI, which is a cannabis company medical marijuana. And this past fall he walked away. He early retired at the age of forty and he is my guest in studio as we talk about this segment has been segment where and you've been on this before just this idea of lessons and learning from one entrepreneur to another or understanding what the going to the mind, but you never ever hear about it ending. You never know. No entrepreneurs ever been here with their business and talked about walking away. Right. And I think that it's frankly, something that people need to get more comfortable talking about it. What point is enough enough? I wrote that op Ed in cranes is a cathartic thing for myself. And I frankly wish that in this day and age that more people more executives did things for themselves. I don't wanna get too heady and financial here. But the goal is to accumulate wealth. That is the system we live. So when you say, I wish more people would do it. That's. Not part of the plan. But there's a lot of different permutations of wealth for one of those is relationship wealth, the wealth of the film it or the wealth of helping others. And those are the things I felt that I was poor in those areas. So when are you coming back when's this next startup? Oh, no, no, no. So so my next startups will be poverty and education related startups. Started an initiative called hope initiative, helping our population educate and my hometown of Toledo Ohio hundred twenty five million dollar initiative to make sure that every kid. He goes to public school can get to college. Cadence in studio tonight. My guest in Dallas, Chicago business,.

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"gti" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"gti" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Our reviews of the Volkswagen Golf GTI, the new Hyundai Kona and Jerry's wildly popular review. The new Ford ST if you'd like to see those reviews and the rest of the newsletter just go to car pro USA dot com today. Sign up for the free newsletter. And we'll have it in your inbox either later on this afternoon or first thing in the morning Bram in Houston. Welcome to the car pro show. Hello Bram dairy wondering what you thought about the new Lexus. You X F sport. Boy, I haven't had a chance to drive it. I've seen it. In fact, it's at the fourth auto show today where we are good looking. I have three right now. I X two. But this you actually entertain me sport like thumb. It can't be. I like it. That's that's the beauty part about when Lexus started putting the sport option on all their vehicles. If you want that traditional soft Lexus ride, you can get it. Argon? Dial up the suspension, the steering shift, transmission shifts. Anytime. I met Alexis I'm going to put it in sport mode, and I'm gonna leave it there. Everything. Down the lives. Apostol the GM the Lexus clear clearlake. She is a wonderful. Dr one to see what you think. In fact, I'd love to know what you think about it. Lives. Apostol Lexus clear like she's the GM. She is fantastic. And let's talk to Nancy and altered Tina, California. Nancy, welcome. Hi, thank you. I have a act which had had a lot of problems with. And I'm looking for something that aside between seen action CRV, I need a little more clearance. But I really wanna hybrid or a crossover, and I'm having trouble finding something. Well, I'll tell you. The. The Prius v. Which I had I don't know three years ago or so it's kind of the size of your c max. But if it were me, I'd probably go with the red four hybrid. This just really been a performer great fuel economy. And there's just no doubt that Toyota has got the best hybrid system out there. They were the first and they did it. Right. And they've continued to do it. Right. That goes for Lexus as well. Because it's the same system. I'd look at both those have been discontinued. For these have been discontinued and two thousand eighteen and I heard that they were going to redesign it more like a SUV for nineteen. But I haven't seen that release yet. I didn't realize that they had done away with the previous fee through eighteen and they were redoing it for nineteen that I could be wrong. Look at. Are you opposed to a? SUV as opposed to what you've had? Don't wanna large SUV I want it to be on the smaller side would do that for you. The other one that you might give some thought to is Subaru is come out with a hybrid in the cross for twenty nine team and the crosstrek is exceptional SUV. I've not tested the hybrid portion of it. But I will tell you the vehicle itself is fantastic. And so you might give that it's going to be a little smaller than the rat for. Okay. Thank you so much. You are so welcome. When you get ready look at our website, car pro USA dot com and see see the closest I have to you and go see them follow the process by emailing. And I and you'll get a great deal. I have a good time Babacar believe it or not you can have fun buying a car. You just did. I just had a great time. Sure. And you know, I know people say, well, of course, you're going to have a great time. I mean, you're part of the car pro show. Jerry's your buddy. But I've been dealing with Audubon as a client for fifteen years endorsing them. And I know that people so yeah, I got a little extra sauce on the side. But I've seen other people do business with them of helped friends by cars there, and you know, the the the treatment that you or I get when we buy a car for a car from one of our dealers. It's only a little better than what our listeners get when their car pro VIP, and I'll tell you what I've drive in Dallas traffic. I drive the forty miles for their service. And it's worth it. I mean, it's just flat worth it. Well, it is that way with all of our pass to other Range Rover dealers on the way to their place, and I've tried one of them. And I saw what am I doing here? No business here. And it ended up even with the forty mile drive ended up be quicker to go to them first. Then.

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"gti" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"gti" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Who's that guy? That's. The person they said his name was loot says Bruce store, but it's really. Which I'm sorry. It's so obviously told us win the first trailer. It was like. In a prosthetic face. If you see it's in theaters because it is so long that if you saw it at home, you would just try return. It's over two and a half hours. Isn't it? It's two and a half hours while he likes can you ever forgive me as under two hours? And it's great you calling it that I don't know. It reminds me of Aden. Like, can you ever forgive me? Isn't it is that what she says? Can you ever forgive? You have to forgo you have to forgive me. You have to forgive me. You have to forgive me. Have to forgive me. You have to forgive me. Have to forgive me. Aiden? Have to forgive me. You have to forgive me. Why are you the fact that that's what it reminds? You of means you cannot enjoy ever forgive me. Again. I thought it was good. Also, great a great movie. It was like all right. I forgive you like after I know you have different give me police. I bag of our from our movie review segment. Oh, yeah. There's a lot of dance speaks German itchy playing a German woman or she playing an American woman who speaks German at the dance school. It's unbelievable. Because it takes place in Berlin. But it's unclear where Patricia who she plays. Pat GTI is from but. Patricia. Everyone's like, where's Petrova? That's like a lot of it. Okay. They wanted know..

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"gti" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"gti" Discussed on What's Good Games

"Red redemption blending narrative with competitive and cooperative gameplay in fun. New ways in our interview with rockstar about online, the developers confirmed that it would use read dead twos full world, and that much of its development would be fairly fluid based on what players liked and disliked about the initial release Ma. GTI Online's development went give it to me. So I'm definitely interested. I had no desire shocker to play GTE online when it came out. Just had. No, no calling. No, Iginla hankering. Nothing wanted me to want me to draw into that world. Because all I could think of was I'm just going to get grief. And I don't wanna go in there and get grieved and play. I was like I'm dumb don't even want to it. I actually am really intrigued excited about red dead because the world that they've built to me is the standout feature of red dead redemption to and just how magnificently filled out it is. We're gonna talk about it a lot more in the hands on section because Brit has finished it. Don't worry, no spoilers. I would murder her before her spot. And I would prevent a murder from happening. You obviously, no spoilers. But we'll be talking more about that. But. Did you play online read did the the first one? Yeah. Barely anything. Not really because for me the appeal of that world is to be alone. Tech fallout online. But then I also especially tied to the Matic's of this particular game. I think it makes sense gang culture. Whenever like, we can have a little what's good gang. Maybe I don't know. Obviously, we don't know how how it works yet. But ideally, it's like, oh, yeah, we all right around on horses together shoot up if we want to but for the most part, and I'll talk about this later to what appeals to me is sort of the loneliness of that game. No. And you're not wrong. I haven't thought about it that way if we could. Make our own like what's good uniform kind of out of like cowboy hats and stuff. There is this like I have him decked out in some pretty opulent gear that we could make your droops system and online is even like three-quarters good. I'm not gonna say half because expect better than half. As it is in the main game, take my money. By I will buy all the clothes. I am very very excited for this. I agree. Like when you said you like to be alone in this game. Like that makes total sense to me. I think I get that from the single player experience. But I think doing this multi player with this setting like you were talking about in this map, and all the things you can do I love western games and never really knew that until reds every gumption that something about them really really draws me in and experiencing that and doing robberies and trotting along on her horses. I think that I think it'd be like right around with you guys. And be like what's in holy. They will. Oh. I'll stop them up. Hold of them won't take long to implement something like Bank heists or train highs as they did in GTA because implementing high Sajida token extraordinarily long time. So hopefully, they have some lessons learned from online that they can apply towards redemption to and they can expedite some of that stuff. But obviously the tech in this world far surpasses we saw in GTE alive. So yeah, you never you never know what actually more difficult to implement from. Game development perspective and GT out was in this map is huge. Yes. Oh, jeez. Was very sizable to I don't have a lot of experience GTE game. So I I've never even played GT online. So I don't even know what that bar is that red dead, hopefully meet, but there's just so many possibility and even though you've quote finish the game. Like, you haven't seen all the map. I actually watched John send because he did the follow road thing. I mean, just like uncover the fog of war off the map, and it blew my mind. Just how big that map really is. Because you think it's big at the follow road thing. So like he wouldn't pick a round. Yes. And then just let the I've been doing a lot..

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"gti" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"gti" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The weekend on our Facebook page may be the prettiest GTO they ever made. And they made several pretty ones I had a sixty nine. And love GTI Lamont's. Yeah. Well, you have the right? You were almost GTO poor man's GTO. Yeah. Sixty nine GTO man that was. I used to drive five hundred miles from my college to my house. I used to make that trip in seven hours. Do you were moving. Yeah. Let's to Carlin spring, Texas. Karl welcome to the car pro show. Oh, thank you. Took him or call. Granddaughter two thousand eighteen. Six. And so. Right. It's going be seven grand for us over you imports is going to be nine. Question is what happens to the value of the vehicle. All the time. Because we have much damage done. But nobody's been able to answer me. Well, that's that's one of the real advantages of leasing you're not responsible for the loss of value because of an accident in a lease car. So at the end of the place, you just turn it in. And it's best to tell them tell the lease company to GM financial. Okay. It's best to let them know. What's going on? They may want some input into the repair process. So if I were you I would call them and say look got a least cards been in an accident. We are going to walk away from this car at the end of the lease. Here's what the insurance company says, what would you like me to do with your car? Okay. And just let it go from there. That's one of the really great things about insurance companies are diminished. They may go after the diminished value you cannot, but they could. And I've seen I've seen at least gotten used to do that. They may go after them for diminished value. But again, you know, it's not your is just not your problem. It's this happens more than you think I hear from people who their police got hailed on. It wasn't a bad wreck, you know, all kinds of things and and typically you wanna make that decision on whether you wanna buy your lease car at the end of the leash. But case like this. I would even think about it. I would tell them right now. I'm turning I'm walking away from this car. It'll be yours. Me to do and go from there. Okay. What about the different? Same OEM parts. Aftermarket and jerk. Well, unfortunately for us or not really, I mean, your aftermarket parts are men most cases. Okay. Unfortunately, you can't control what they're gonna do. Because it's it's not your insurance company that's paying the other party's insurance company. So whatever their policy is is you know, if if they wanted. GM financial may insist on OEM parts. And if that's the case, then they need to take this over with the insurance company, not you, and and let them deal with they'll have a department there. That's what they do. So, you know. My personal car and it wasn't a lease. And I was going to keep this car. I would insist on OEM parts, and I would pay extra for it. If I had to, but you know, it it just depends on the insurance company, some of them automatically us. Oh, we impart some of them always use aftermarket, and it it can't affect the value which one year. So talk to jam financial. Let's see what they what they advise you to do. But this is not going to be thing that cost you any money out of your pocket. And that's the good news. And I sure hope nobody got hurt in that wreck didn't sound like it. Thanks for calling one eight hundred nine to six seventy seven seventy seven eight hundred nine two six seven seven seven seven car pro USA dot com. That's the website..

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"gti" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"gti" Discussed on KTRH

"Classic car that weekend on our Facebook page may be the prettiest GTO they ever made. And they made several pretty ones I had a sixty nine. And love GTI Lamont's. Yeah. Well, you have the right lemoyne's. You were almost GTO or poor man's GTO are sixty nine GTO, man. That was when you are used to drive it. Five hundred miles from my college to my house. I used to make that trip in seven hours. Ooh. Yeah. You were moving. Yeah. Let's talk to Carlin spring, Texas. Karl welcome to the car pro show. Oh, thank you. Mccall. Leads. Two thousand eighteen and it's only got six thousand miles. And so. Reports it's going to be. Imports is going to be nine. My question is what happens to the value of the vehicle. All the time returned it in. Because much damage being done. Nobody's been able to answer me. Well, that's that's one of the real advantages of leasing you're not responsible for the loss of value because of an accident in a lease car. So at the end of the place, you just turn it in. And it's best to tell them tell the lease company to GM financial. Yes. Okay. It's best to let them know. What's going on? They may want some input into the repair process. So our you I would call them and say look got a least carts been in an accident. We are going to walk away from this car at the end of the lease. Here's what the insurance company says, what would you like me to do with your car? And just let it go from there. That's really great things about insurance companies. They may go after the diminish value. You cannot but they could. And I've seen I've seen these companies do that they may go after them for diminished value. But again, it's not you're just not your problem. It's this happens more than you think I hear from people who their lease cargo hailed on. It was in a bad wreck, you know, all kinds of things and and typically you want to make that decision on whether you want to buy your lease car at the end of the lease. But in a case like this. I wouldn't even think about it. I would tell them right now, I'm turning I'm walking away from this car. It'll be yours while giant me to do and go from there. Okay. What about the different same or your porch in aftermarket and jerk? Well, unfortunately for us or not really, I mean, your aftermarket parts are men most cases. Okay. Unfortunately, you can't control what they're gonna do. Because it's it's not your insurance company that's paying the other party's insurance company. So whatever their policy is is, you know, if if they wanted GM financial may insist on OEM parts, and if that's the case, then they need to take this over with the insurance company, not you, and and let them deal with it. They they'll have a department there. That's what they do. So you know, I. My personal car and it wasn't a lease. And I was going to keep this car. I would insist on OEM parts, and I would pay extra for it. If I had to, but you know, it it just depends on the insurance company, some of them automatically us, we impart some of them always use aftermarket, and it it it can't affect the value which one year. So talk to jam financial. Let's see what they what they vise you to do. But this is not going to be that cost you any money out of your pocket. And that's the good news. And I sure hope nobody got hurt in that wreck didn't sound like it. Thanks for calling one eight hundred nine to six seventy seven seventy seven eight hundred two six seven seven seven seven car pro USA dot com. That's the website..

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"gti" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"gti" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Our Facebook page. Maybe the prettiest GTO they ever made. And they made several pretty ones I had a sixty nine. And love GTI Lamont's. Yeah. Well, you have the right Lamont's. You were almost GTO poor man's GTO. Yeah. Sixty nine GTO man that was. When you are used to drive it. Five hundred miles from my college to my house. I used to make that trip in seven hours. Do you were moving. Yeah. Let's talk to Carlin spring, Texas. Karl welcome to the car pro show. Oh. Oh, thank you. Call questionable lidge. Two thousand eighteen and it's only got six thousand miles and so. Is it? It's going to be seven grand. This is us over imports is going to be nine. What's what happens to the value of the vehicle? I know. Too much damage be done. Nobody's been able to answer me. Well, that's that's one of the real advantages of leasing you're not responsible for the loss of value because of an accident in a lease car. So at the end of the place, you just turn it in. And it's best to tell them tell the lease company you to GM financial. Yes. Okay. It's best to let them know. What's going on? They may want some input into the repair process. So if I were you I would call them and say look got a least cards been in an accident. We are going to walk away from this car at the end of the lease. Here's what the insurance company says, what would you like me to do with your car? And just let it go from there. That's one of the really great things about insurance companies. They may go after the diminished value, you cannot, but they could and I've seen I've seen these companies do that they may go after them for diminished value. But again, you know, it's not your is just not your problem. It's this happens more than you think I hear from people who their police car got hailed on. It was in a bad wreck, you know, all kinds of things and and typically you want to make that decision on whether you wanna buy your leash car at the end of the lease. But case like this. I wouldn't even think about it. I would tell them right now. I'm turning I'm walking away from this car. It'll be yours me to do and go from there. What about the different same porch?.

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"gti" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"gti" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Recommend as a daily driver. That's less than seven years old for under twenty five thousand Mazda three. Yeah. Good choice. Sports sedan. Well, I mean. Fusion. One of those fusion sports sport is pretty solid. They drop like rocks a second. They go out the door. You get a really nice one. What else. What I just had it. It's it's like thirty though, but it's brand new is the Assad GT and that car is going away. So you should grab one of those. It's it's a that is a sleeper car really has VR six hundred eighty horsepower okay. And the and Volkswagen healing their v. sixes. So this car is going away. Okay. And besides sales suck because they're waiting for new sod and then so imagine how much smaller the sales are of the. Here's one for you. I mean, if a sports sedan could include a hatchback if you wait like pretty soon the early focus, our s.'s will be coming off lease and they're going to be because I know the buyout on mine. It's horrible. And so they're going to be around twenty five twenty six grand, which is a lot of car tons of off lease focus, RS tons of car. If you can get one otherwise. Volvo s sixty are design could be fun. Definitely. I think a, I think you could probably get like a a three, twenty eight. I with a manual and you can visit couple little tuning options for that four cylinder that pep it up a bit? Yeah. Five-door GTI for shirt or a goal used golf are definitely get a go far. Fires really hold value though. Yeah, market used to. I'm not sure. What can you get a fucking? Can you get a us? Chevy s s for a twenty five grand. I don't think so. Maybe unless unless it's too many miles because I think people just scoop those up and are just holding onto them. What about s. force. Could be. That's the new one is so good. So hopefully the last gen is like, hopefully those Iran, I've not had a go at a brand new sports. It's so much better. Really? Yeah. All right. I'll have to call up outy. Come on Mark. Hook it up. Thanks, Jake. I hope there's some recommendations in there. I don't know what else is there? Anything else game a lot of choices. I mean seven years furniture. I mean, you can get an STI for sure. You can get an ego first shirt for less than twenty five Yvo. You can get an Yvo x. for less than twenty five and ten and the interiors worth less than twenty five hundred totally. Jay, something something is name. I can't pronounce wife and I are moving to New Jersey in January for two years. I'm sorry, leaving a modern Mark. Five GTI Australia want something. I can't get in Australia. Lots of choices. Anything left-hand-drive. I mean, shit. What can't you buy in Australia wrote probably are only car road trips only under twenty thousand road trips like a road trip car every car. We just said for your last question. Yeah. Do how about this a Corolla? Xsara s with a manual so fun. Rev the snot out of it, get good fuel on the with the with the lease engine, or I wonder if there's like a pickup truck that they don't get an Australia. I mean, yeah, he definitely no way I won the raptors very much in Australian. Yeah, because yet, like fuck in Dodge Ram in Australia..

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"gti" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"gti" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"The wiring is awful generally, but you know, you look at, you know, you have, you know cars with navigation and all this other shit and like wires everywhere else. Not a scotch locked together and stuff. And I mean, you're like, man, this is bad. I mean, I guess Erlich Shurshin and you look at all this crappy, fuck man, and they're like, what the hell is going on. Like you know, wires on wires on wires, you know, scotch lock on a scotch, lock on a scotch like like, holy shit. This is bad, but. You know, I mean, we try to, you know, fix stuff or you know, and that's why we're, we're trying to do some of those cars. I said that you know, when you start to get into the rust and the, you know, cars haven't been maintained and taking care of versus ones that have so because now the the problem is that you know, even the crappy Carter kind of expensive. What is like to what's the minimum to get into right now? Like thirty? Fuck really. Yeah. I know you know, you know what you paid for yours, which the low end, but gave me a great deal. But right now, like thirty is about as low as I sell them. I just and that's for like a block car. Yeah, that's for car. So I have. I mean, fuck I should've held. Yeah. So the the I mean, I just sold some. I sold a really nice black, low low mileage one really, really nice. It was like twenty four thousand mile car was like, perfect. What does that go for? Forty eight. Well, that's not that bad so bad and as not eighty. And then I just sold what I would probably the most expensive California. So we're doing a car for Kelly. That's gonna end up being seventy while a thirty two day. So I mean, you know, there's I. I mean, of course there's guys out there that sell them sell some stuff for you know, less and there's, you know, there's, you know, some cheap pieces of shit out there and you know some guys like, oh, you know, twenty I I couldn't sell it for twenty and I'm like, well, it probably is fucked. You know, maybe to you, you know, I don't know. I mean, I I can sell cars, you know. I mean, I, you know, we tried to do in even since you've all you car. Like I kind of change a lot of what we do. You know, as far as going. For the cars and you know working on stuff in Japan before it gets here and then even get back to the AC stuff. And even once it gets here, you know, we're kind of gone through a lot more like stringent checks on stuff because in the beginning I was just kind of bringing them in sending him, you know. And now it's like, you know, we have the ability to pretend we have the ability to, you know, we've got a shitload of car. So I mean we got, I mean, you see what's onsite Tori. That's not even that's not even the beginning import a vehicle dot com. There are of cars. There are so many more cars than there on there. So we have about sixty or seventy cars and there's whatever's on there but like this, what are you what? All right, pulsar GTI are versus starlit who I mean Joel GTI are all day all Sergey TR he I mean, yeah, that's a fucking RAD. Little bitch. SR twenty old dries kick ass. Eighteen grand. So all right. Yeah. So they're all right. I mean. Pulsar's you know, the the parts of the pulsars are bit harder, so, and you know the same dealer not as appreciated as some of the other stuff..

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"gti" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"gti" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"But it sounded like you'd be happier with a lot of things about the TI the, you know, you're not the first person who have said that, and there's a lot of truth to what you're saying. But I would always miss it though. I mean, you justify in the video, you know, you brought up a good point, which is, you know, you kind of did that with your BMW like you didn't save it for the three. You got like three thirty five instead. But first of all, what you got was a car that in many cases faster than the three of the time, I have a feeling despite all the problems you've had that you would have had more with 'em three and you know, it's, it was still a pretty amazing car and it was more practical in a few ways. So if you wanted to go either way, I could encourage you could justify it. I, if you reasons for either either direction that you that you might wanna take here based on what you said in the video, I think you probably would be happier with GTI and John can start making fun of the way you say things that is true and that may be worth it alone. It's still, he's thought, say golf, right? It's not just the guy. No, you could just say GTI. I'm pretty sure. I mean, this is a trim level. Yeah. I mean, it is a trim level of the Gulf. So John is technically right, but if you say GT. Anyone you would never need to say it. Exactly. You can't say, hey, I got a new are right, exactly right. Because then I have an r. eight, don't I? That's what I have. You know, you very well may be right. You very, very well may be right and I still stand by what I was saying that I would miss that power in the Gulf are, but I wouldn't always miss a sun roof. However, I absolutely think you may be on to something. And the other nice thing is if we decide that we want to go a slight ever so slightly more frugal approach in assuming we get a second car at all. You can get a lightly used GTI with car play for not a tremendous amount of money for like twenty five thirty thousand dollars like or maybe even less than that. Isn't that pretty close to the person? The new one? Yeah, it's close thirty thirty two ES somewhere that rates again difference just got the new with the new. Aren't you? Well, that's also true, but I at least I haven't looked into how how much the UC TI is, but my point is just that you know, when you go used, it could maybe be literally half the cost of new are and then that changes the calculus a little bit. You know what I mean? So I don't know. I'm not sure what we're going to do. We may end up doing nothing, but I don't know it. It's it's, like I said, the end of the video. It's a great problem to have right? Like I get the the reasonably reasonably affordable. GTI am happy or I get the the are and I'm happy, you know. So one way or another in or I just don't get anything in very sad, but I'm Westbrook. But we'll see how it goes, but all in all, I had a lot of fun with the car. I really enjoyed the car. I really enjoyed making the video. It was stressful. It was hard because I wanted to have it done by the time we record this on Friday evening which I did, but that was tough. And I'm glad I had the deadline for the record because that forced me to really get it done and not just dilly-dally for a week. But you know, since we got back from London, we had a few days where I mostly relaxed, and then that Friday that we got the Friday after we got back was when I got the the are, then I spent all of the following week, basically being a ghost and just filming nonstop. And then this week was the week after where all I did was edit nonstop. And so next week I, I feel like I need a vacation. This week. I am very excited to maybe crack open my app that I haven't looked at like six months and maybe write some code and just be relaxed for a little while because I tell you what this, this whole funding thing..

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"gti" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"gti" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"But if you push a little bit further and it shouldn't require an overabundance of effort, but you know, you have to push then there's a little click. And it goes just a hair further into the floor now will not literally into the full bore. You know what I mean? Like it goes even deeper and what that indicates to the client. Yeah, actually. Such a lot of ways that is experts. You Clinton and then you push harder to Catholic, no seriously, you're you're spot on and what that does is automatic in an automatic. What it'll do is it will force the car to downshift as low as it can go given the car's speed and whatnot. And it'll also, of course have been floored. So you're saying to the car, I want as much as you can give me give her all. She's got Scotty, and that is a really convenient thing in an automatic safer going to pass or something like that, or for whatever reason you really need all the power the car has now, but that makes no sense in a manual transmission car because you're the one controlling the gears. It's like an shit for you. So what is the purpose of this down the owners manuals Eva serve some other purpose. I glanced at it and I did not notice anything. I should've looked one more time, but I didn't notice anything. And I think it's just a part spin thing is my. Understanding, but I have not verified that day, but I love the car. And if you haven't driven one, I highly suggest it. I have driven a GTI in the past which I make brief mention of the video, and I might be getting one is a press car. Maybe the the problem that I have at the Gulf Gulf are which I didn't want to belabor too much in the video, but I didn't mention is that it feels every bit of it's forty thousand dollars, which is good and also a little bit bad. Like it feels like a forty thousand dollar car and some ways it feels better. And some ways it feels maybe not like a forty thousand dollar car, whereas my Sloan roof. But anyway, the GTI that I drove it was a thirty thirty two thousand dollars or something like that. And it definitely felt like it was way nicer than a thirty or thirty. Two thousand dollar cars should be because it had basically everything. The Gulf are has accept less power into fewer driven wheels, but it the switch gears all the same. It has a sun roof. It has automatic parking. In so many ways. It felt really good. Actually, the one thing that GTI doesn't have that's a big deal. It does not have the digital dash, which I actually liked the digital dash, but I can tote. I could make an argument that the digital dash is terrible, but I actually like it and so the GTI doesn't have that. But otherwise I left driving that GTI which I drove for literally fifteen twenty minutes. I left edgy TI thinking that is way nicer than thirty thousand dollar car should be. And so if you're interested in this sort of a car, you should definitely try the TI and if that is fast enough or you just buy it on the spot and if it isn't or if you live in a place that that you know has a lot of snow than look at the Gulf are because that's just the GTI, but more. I think you should give GTI serious consideration because the way you talked about both cars. First of all, you can say GTI. Touche. And you also you seem to like it. It almost seemed like you were trying to rationalize. The Gulf are because it's like faster and the better performance version..

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"gti" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"gti" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"Tim in the chat had the best answer all the money in falcons actually casey's w as it's always breaking down when he needs too soon him but also fair point comes through in the end so far we case betting against it and this i would bet against it as well so we have we have to have another episode of cases car corner by happenstance did something lightly interesting on friday petitions yes setting real good expectations i'm a great salesperson i drove a brand new gti oh yeah so recap i was telling you guys that especially to friends of mine one of whom just bought a new gti but actually the other one used to have a gti anyways both of them and saying to me four years years after gti's gti so good you don't understand dr gti you're gonna love dr gti which always whatever so my boss's boss his wife just bought a brand new gti any brought it to work on friday and you want to go for spin chored and so he said well do you wanna drive wow okay to ask me twice and i drove his wife's gti which is a s e believe it is whatever the middle trim is believed the the s is the lowest trim not mistaken then there's whatever i drove which i think is an esi and then there's the autobahn trim and i drove the middle of the road one it was was what i would call i think it's ds g in volkswagen parlins but basically is two pedals and i went into this dr thinking i'm sure this is going to be nice but this is not going to be from its front wheel drive it's not slow but not as fast as i would like and it's the wrong transmission such cetera i drove that car maybe a mile before i was deeply in love with it because that interior felt easily as good if not better than my bmw is now to be fair might be ws twenty eleven in this twenty eight teen but it is a stunningly good interior for a car that is somewhere around thirty thousand dollars this car has no business being thirty thousand dollar car from the field the interior it easily should be a forty thousand dollar car if not more just judging by the the field interior loan now in the more broad sense i don't know if it necessarily forty thousand car like it's very nice very very nice it was reasonably quick handled very well from what i could tell i wasn't going particularly fast i wasn't pushing it particularly hard i never really been on it in excel ration perspective that hard because the thing rolled over two hundred miles as i was driving it so this is well within breaking

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"gti" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"gti" Discussed on 710 WOR

"One zero seven ten there are many frugal celebrities so remember the frugal gourmet my dad loved that show i looked at an investment though pedia article today and i saw and i just thought it was interesting to share to those of you who think oh if you have money you have to be happy when all these people who i'm gonna mention who have a ton of money are content i'm gonna talk about five ultra rich people who live below their means so let's talk about them and then a few of some tips warren buffett and mark zuckerberg or possibly the ultra high net worth individuals most famous for their frugal spending reputations despite estimated net worth of eighty two billion buffet is lived in the same home he purchased more than fifty years ago for thirty one thousand five hundred meanwhile facebook's founder and allen's is seven million dollar palo alto state and at least another thirty million in california real estate part of an assessment of seventy five billion of net worth but he also drives a very unpretentious roughly thirty thousand dollars volkswagen gti used to own an equally entry level accurate begs the question why because the luxuries a bottomless bank balance can afford don't necessarily buy contentment of course the.

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"gti" Discussed on I Need My Space

I Need My Space

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"gti" Discussed on I Need My Space

"Welcome swat good good i'm very excited to be here very excited to have you on the show we're pumped to talk about space let's actually just dive right in with a fun game will i hope it's fun it's definitely fun for us i don't know the panic just say a game this is a game that we play with all of our guests it's called best planet worst planet and it's exactly what it sounds like we ask you tell us what your favorite planet is just what comes to mind i like from the gut what's the best planet and then again the one you just either viscerally hate or think is your least favorite now the planet that sucks the most and this goes on record forever be careful for the best plan it would definitely be jupiter because those juno like what in jupiter it's weird and it's huge and we don't even really know what is going on those juno images are amazing and jupiter is by far my favorite player now so you're on the team juno side gti you put i am i'm very very much team jupiter and team juno it's like it's a weird planet it is i didn't we don't even know what is happening and the pictures are so weird and cool and the colors are just insane and yeah i'm a huge fan of jupiter jupiter two of ray does not like to that's there is asian okay i just before we started recording you went on about how you don't you think jupiter's full of itself i said jupiter is that's there's a difference here's the thing here's the thing i you got say ray puts human characteristics onto planets and then judges them for her projection just before we go on but right why jupiter as smug because it's like here's the thing i like to root for the underdog i mean which is not entirely fair to say because sad i'm team saturn and saturn is a gorgeous beautiful gym and like the golden retriever of the solar system like we all.

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"gti" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"gti" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Gave long care weather center pretty clear to low thirty one sunshine tomorrow i've 53 three bullets skied have ardiles route thirty seven partly sunny wednesday high fifty six with wpro's exclusive accu weather loses meteorologist bob ours gti right here in seekonk across from target plaza this place amazing over sixty thousand square feet of classrooms shops in labs space they've been family owned and operated for over thirty years there is a lot of reasons why you should be looking into mtti if you need the opportunity to train for a new career in the new year a couple of them boy emptied gee i offer shortterm programs to prepare you for the work force the programs are about seven months long number two classes are small everyone at mtti pages tension detail because they want you to succeed bummer three fifty to sixty percent of an entire programme is spent working handson in shops and labs and then number four may be the most important one programmes are designed with input from employers in the local area as the programs are focused our career training and preparation for the workforce mtti offers programs like hvac medical billing coating officer ministration medical assistant motorcycle powerequipment technician just to name a few in fact the automotive classes are enrolling right now if you miss the open house don't worry just call the admissions department 508 three three six sixty six eleven schedule yourself a tour there's financial late available for those who qualify and look you owe it to yourself to take a look at mtti if you're thinking of a new career here in the new year 508 three three six sixty six eleven mtti diabetes year was the website mtti is education for employment because life is more fun doing something you enjoy i'm stephanie sandton cnbc stocks extend friday's rally as fears of extra federal reserve interest rate hikes the dow jumped three hundred ninety nine nasdaq gained eighty four yes p 500 rose thirty two the measure indices have now gained back half or more than half of their february connect correction losses homebuilder shares however are missing the rally after new home sales unexpectedly fell sharply in january for a second month higher mortgage rates and hough.

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"gti" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"gti" Discussed on Channel 955

"Everything mcdonald's to take your like to get a ten peace mcnugget and a bunch of the session wants us like as much as eur led to give me in 1988 had this promotion for the disney film milan were they were they they they created a new sauce for the mcnuggets called such want sauce and it's delicious and i got rid of it and now it's gone is the only please we're gonna be able to try it is in my memory care doings while your brain is melting okay all right all right up by the way i heard a story this weekend about a woman from michigan all of you guys heard this story to who got one of the few packets that they had in the state of szechuan sauce or is megan calls it sheesh rot are you leave me alone us i'm very middle of the may i the attack in mobile over here she's transocean how i could say searches alive buried as a matt me boy a share a or alicia people say shea on so she got a packet of the sash one sauce now dan jaffna the and she was able to trade the sauce in to somebody else who wanted so bad for eight two thousand and four volkswagen gti if these negative was that's three for real 'cause i saw that the the the girl is from our listener yeah she traded in one single packet of the saw for this car which the car was valued at about five thousand dollars and now she while driving around her name is rachel or is that i saw a rachel marie is her name so i've been the best part about this is that foul somebody on youtube who paid like a couple hundred bucks for one of these and then said he really wasn't that good yes somebody's with exodus i waited at mcdonald's from nine a m until two p m gap one sauce packet and sold it for two hundred and ten by very elaborate he really how we got the person hey there dan hey what's up you waited for how long i waited from nine in the morning to.

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"gti" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"gti" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Be worth a lot of money because it you know made such a splash in the headlines but here's the thing even though that may be possible that one day that saw some pack it might be worth some significant money if that even happens it i believe won't be in her lifetime because stuff like that tends to gain in you know how much it's worth much later on so maybe in thirty or forty years or more that that little pack packet that she traded her car four might be worth a a pretty penny but i very seriously doubt so rate the benefits of that we'll think about how idiotic it would be if now this particular 2000 and four volkswagen gti is now the szechuan gti now it is the car now is almost priceless see i'd love to meet the person who was the first to capitalize on this deal because that's the deal of the century because even if you didn't want the vote both waggin you could turn around and sella yeah and that's pure profit yeah yeah i mean you would think that they would all these trade something like a toyota or a honda at least there's a relationship the start with me they are now well now i mean i'll be at serious about it but yeah szechuan szechuan walmart you can get it on amazon dacre braff young folk animals are on rigor on pincher as as a recipe of how you can make oh absolutely going like you know thought to food janelle dot com and do the exact same thing but i'll tell you about the peanut butter saying went i think i told you this there's of i think it was the other way i told you there's a video circulating on facebook you know the third network has their own little your facebook and there was a video on there was a tottori on how to make a.

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