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"gooding" Discussed on Edith!

Edith!

05:29 min | 3 months ago

"gooding" Discussed on Edith!

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"gooding" Discussed on Edith!

Edith!

04:32 min | 3 months ago

"gooding" Discussed on Edith!

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NASA prepares to land Perseverance rover on Mars

Common Sense with Bill O'Reilly

05:34 min | 10 months ago

NASA prepares to land Perseverance rover on Mars

"Of the planet Mars. Bob Zimmerman, who keeps the website behind the Black is here. This is happy Birthday Bob Zimmerman At the same time, it's Mars Months. Omar's meets Bob Bob meets Mars. To report on waiting for perseverance, observing curiosity, paying heat that the Chinese air in orbit with the lander as well. And that the USA is in orbit with an arbiter as well. So you see why Mars Month along with Bob Zimmerman? Your donations? Your contributions are most appreciated because Mars has been explored to this point, but now begins the age of Mars because we're going to have information. Well, maybe not from the Chinese, but we're gonna have information in many directions over these X months and years will have two rovers on the ground. Reporting, one of them perseverance with some steroid equipment that is on curiosity, but considerably enhanced magnificent cameras. We're going to have Images of Mars We've not seen before, and we've seen good stuff. So, Bob Ah, very good evening to you. Let us begin before we get to perseverance with the rover curiosity and its progress. Good evening, Bob Gooding. And yes, I have. Since since this is The week that perseverance lands on Mars cross our fingers. I did a rover update early on the weekend behind the black on I entitled it. The rovers are coming. The rovers are coming. And so we, You know that update includes all the rovers that exists not just on Mars and we'll start with curiosity. I gave an update. My updates are mostly designed To give the reader a sense of where the rover has been and where it's going to go and why they're going and doing what they're doing. It's not. It's, which is basically the background to the science and the exploration because you know you'll see and I will post of stories on the actual discoveries in the science research. But the rovers there and doing exploration, and it's something that sense on the tourist so well. We insulted a scientist. So I'd like to show that and it's getting very close right now. Curiosity to the actual base of Mount Shop up to now, since it landed almost 18 years ago, it has been basically Traveling first through the crater floor and then through the dunes. Is that a near the base of the mountain and then through the initial, very tiny foothills, and now it's at the base of the mountain. And, of course, the bay, the mountains quite large. So you've got a lot of many mountains flanking the edges, and those who make could be called foothills as well. But now we're getting spectacular stuff. They do not know what causes them. They think it might be related to see pitch of drying out of the ground, but they don't really know and so curious. He's gonna make a side trip to get close to one about a mile and a half away and then take high resolution images of it, and they'll probably stay looking at that for a period of time. Because, um, you know, they want to see a change over time to try to get some idea of what it is, eh? So that's where we are now, and I've got a you know an image of panorama to show you what it's looking at where it's going. And you can see where overview where you could see was the kid. They're going to move into a canyon called Get this Vallis channel and in many ways, it's like being in the slot canyons of the Southwest. If those people are we, if your listeners are familiar with the wave in northern Arizona, and she's going to be similar to rain, and it's gonna be really, really excited. We know is that a severe elevation Bob is it goes up that yeah, Ground's getting steeper. And so the route is gonna have two more and you look at my map shows the plans are out and they're gonna be working their way around trying to work their way up the The gentle ist slopes, essentially while getting trying to get to the best places to get science data, And so it's it's like a battle. If you go, the best data might not be easily reachable. So you gotta kind of compromise. Yes, this is going to get to be exciting. That channel is about 1500, ft. High and some spots. It's about that wide. Which is a slot canyon, essentially all even narrower and other places, so it's gonna be exciting. All right now, the other Mars probes perseverance first for the Chinese, which she wanted quickly If they're both visa, both coming so we can talk about Let's do perseverance. Next perseverance is planning for its landing on Thursday of this week. At about what is it 3? 55 Eastern time They're going to all the live stream from NASA will be kin about two o'clock to 15. I've got that livestream embedded on behind the black So people wanna watch. They just go to the website that just scroll down to get to watching perseverance, landing on Mars and click on that post. You see? Alive screen. It's 11 minutes after we watch it, So no, this is all on automatic. You can't. It's just too much of a time delay between Mars and Earth them to actually give it commands. The robot has got to do its own job. And, uh, I will want people if they watched the live stream. Most of it's going to be NASA propaganda, though their review of the landing site in the rover and science will be somewhat informative. NASA has been make selling this false notion that the primary goal of perseverance is to search for life on Mars, and that's totally false. That's not true. Sadly,

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How Green Is Your Favorite Superhero?

BrainStuff

02:35 min | 1 year ago

How Green Is Your Favorite Superhero?

"You're out there saving humanity from super villains does it matter. How many pounds of carbon you used to do it. Gotham city would have been obliterated one hundred times over if batman weren't constantly. Bailing it out of trouble but that batmobile sure is a gas guzzler not to mention the bat wing airplane and the electricity bill for the bat cave is probably astronomical so is all that. Do gooding really doing good. After all some researchers from stanford university presented a poster at the american geophysical union's twenty seventeen fall meeting entitled stop saving the planet carbon accounting of superheroes and their impacts on climate. Change the point of the project was to bring awareness to the fact that everybody on this planet has a carbon footprint which is a calculation of how much carbon each of us in our daily activities such as driving eating and heating and cooling our houses the average americans carbon footprint is around forty four thousand pounds that's about twenty thousand kilograms of carbon per year an average person in the united arab emirates uses a good bit more and average peruvian uses considerably less. But what about your average superhero. According to the study they're all over. The map takes superman. According to the comics the man of steel is entirely solar powered which nets him. Fut print of zero. bless him. jessica jones probably comes in slightly below. The average americans carbon used thanks to her small brooklyn apartment and reliance on public transportation and swamp thing. What with his power to make plants grow might actually have a negative carbon footprint. That's not the case for every good samaritan in a cape however the oracle erstwhile bat girl turned computer. Hacker might weigh in at a conservative estimate of one hundred and fifty one thousand pounds or sixty eight thousand kilograms but the figure might be as high as thirty two million pounds or a hundred and forty five million kilograms depending on how many servers she's running even ironman who makes a concerted effort to employ green energy. Sources would come in higher than the average american because of the sheer amount of tech that he uses and the flash who can run near the speed of light might require an insane number of calories to accomplish this feat possibly as much as eighty nine million pounds or forty five million kilograms worth of carbon but isn't a kind of a silly question for serious scientists to spend their time exploring poster co author miles traer a postdoctoral researcher at stanford tokyo's if i calculate my own carbon footprint that's depressing if i calculate batmans carbon footprint. That's hilarious so let's go with the hilarious. It's a way of tricking people into learning.

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"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"A great memory that would be you know, David is right. These cars are part of history. And that's why they matter the opportunity to buy a particular car might come along once in a lifetime so you don't want to bring that slip by but looking to the past is only part of the equation looking to the current state of car manufacturing still had a great question for David. If your job today was to go out and buy three brand new cars. Is there anything out there that you think is new and will be collector car in the future or are we just done know? Certainly? We're not done. Definitely. We're not done Look Ferrari always makes exciting products and not that everything they make is wonderful, but I would buy off. Certainly a Ferrari a Porsche. What would be the third car? Would a Bugatti get in there anywhere or or I love classic Bugattis the newer Bugattis. I'm not as much of a choice. I don't feel there as pure nice stereo. Yeah, it's a great stereo, but I like the older Bugattis because I think of the new Bugattis is being VW Bugattis as as opposed to you know, purebred Bugattis more of statements of the possible than necessarily projections of a continuous history in the same way that Porsche or Ferrari of really been or for that matter. Even Lamborghini have been continuous threat of authenticity and ownership. Right? Right. It's a restart of a brand it's just not it's not the original derivation. So I better have our new Aston they're gorgeous. Yeah, I mean that could be yeah absolutely gorgeous. I mean the styling of the new hastens is Sensational and they have a unique styling that is distinctly there. So you don't see yourself thirty years from now dead. Standing atop of staged and and rolling a Tesla onto the stage for auction. I have great respect for what Tesla's done to the car industry. I think they're great cars. And and is it really nice car or yeah, but I don wheel. Yeah. No, I think it is that and I think that's interesting from a collectible point of view. That's not so much to me. There's going to be some people totally disagree. It's a cool way of getting from here to there but for different redefine things and that I've driven them they're amazing. They're incredible to drive. What did you drive here today? David? I drove a Lexus wage to go with great air conditioning wonderful to traffic wonderful Bluetooth great room and you talk about the smartest guy in the room. He's absolutely yeah, that's great. But the Fantastic cars, they're really good and it's a normally aspirated V8 Lexus. So yeah, one of the turbos and what not, but back to the Tesla sound in a car is an important form. As a car nut, but I as an appliance they don't have to have sound but as a as an Enthusiast they've got to have sound and so the Tesla's to me as an Enthusiast wage going to drive a car enthusiastically. I Don't Like It's gotta have something typed it in through the stereo. Not the same say what's the best sounding car or what engine do you like more than any other well, or is it depend on the day? It depends on the day. I mean, there's nothing like a V12 Ferrari as phenomenal. They're incredible song you get it up above seven. Yeah. Yeah, they really like they're really scream like the screaming ones. Yeah, one of the best sounding cars of all times is 300 SLR Mercedes, but I don't get to hear those a lot. There are many cars that sound great. You know, I love the sound that that are great. Nine-eleven makes that noise is a real big part of it for me. I mean a car that sounds good. You don't even have to be drawing. At that fast, but if it's making the right noises, it's part of the fun of driving a car. So or riding in a car, you know, certainly well Robert David. Thank you both for coming in to Malibu.

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"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"So we're back and David when I walk into one of your options. I have to admit I I'm somewhat out of my league. I'm a little intimidated by what goes on tell us a little about what should be my strategy when I walk into an auction. If I see a couple of cars that I know I want a bit on the first off. We you know, I can understand why it would be intimidating to people but we don't want it to be and we always encourage people to ask a lot of questions at the time of the viewing. If you're if you're showing up ahead of time of the auction. Come see us like you always should write down absolutely always should if you can't get their send a trusted friend or advisor to come look at the cars, but come ask us whatever questions you have and try the car on for size, you know, it may look beautiful and fantastic, but then you go to sit in and in the steering wheels in your gut and you can't slide in you, you know, you can't reach the pedals or 95 T-bird anybody. Yeah. Yeah exactly. You can't figure out how to how to shift wage. Right, right or the door, you know where the windshields in your I I line and there might be things that really don't work for you. Hopefully you're going to use the car. You're going to drive it some people don't but you know, if it's it's about driving it, you know sitting it get a feel for it here it run. Even if you're very seriously interested in it. We can organize a test drive in advance. But also ask a lot of questions asked the files and we have a whole archive section where we have every every car history file put together from the beginning to contemporary time. So I encourage people to walk through the archives look at the file. Look at the restoration receipts. Look at the you know, all the old photos and everything and and that's super important and then ask us about the card and what we can impart to you. Okay, so I I've come there and I I've found a car and this is just something that belongs in my collection and right. Okay, so I certainly don't want to let anybody know that I'm interested in the car right edges. Yep. Well as as it proceeds do it early. Well now sometimes people that act very territorial can can kind of intimidate other people out of it. So there's no one thing but yeah, I mean generally you're going to want to hold your cards close to your vest. But I've seen you go to the guy sitting next to you and say you can leave now cuz I'm buying this. Well, I've seen I've seen big Heavy Hitters come in and get you know, these are these are guys that are known to be wealthy they'll come in and they'll say I'm buying that car and other people go. Well, I've just I never bid because so-and-so said they were buying the car and then turns off so and so doesn't really, you know, go that strong in the car so you can over intimidate people, but generally if you're going to if you're going to play your cards close to your vest watch the room watch the room carefully see who who's bidding. You may know them you may not know them but I would go into the bidding process with a number in mind and then the way I think is I usually have a dog Remembering your the auctioneer I know but I've been I've been in the audience and I'm I'm I'm a passionate collector and I get I get caught up Red Mist man, you know, yeah, you get you get off is definitely so you have your budget. I'm not going to pay more than $100,000 but then you you know in the moment you can then read me 1 million. Should I pay it again off? Yeah. Okay. Well, you're you're a little less disciplined than myself. But yeah, no, you know, you can get you come up with that budget, but then be able to be a little flexible cuz you can you can also read the people in the room and sometimes you tend to go plus one or two and often times. You can read the the other bidders and you can see that they're they're done or they're not they're always the wild cards that German on the phone and the guy from England on the phone and the early are on the phone right David. They really are in the phone sometimes with some people don't realize. Yep. Sometimes there are people in the room that are on the phone. So they're bitters in the audience talking to our phone bidder on the telephone Bank realize that yeah, that's interesting. So often they like to be someone, they want to be they want to trust but verify and see what's going on in the room and read the room. Yes. You going to be in Robert. Do you want to be in one of the VIP seats in the front or like back in the back of the room and watch the crowd you want to be the guy with the janitorial cart, but you're actually the guy bidding getting on in the room. Yeah, we have all kinds of different vendors and whatnot. But I you know, I would I would go with that car off follow it obviously and then watch the other bidders and you can generally detect weakness and see whether or not they're going to fall back or not. And then you know, you have to do some soul-searching and I would ask yourself how special and rare is that car does it is it exactly what you want? Is it everything that you'd hoped for? If so really stretch dead? Extra if it's not then go your go, you know go with what you'd budgeted and then drop out but to the point of what you were saying before about, you know, where to start and stop one thing that I that I don't think people take into account enough or ask themselves as okay. If I'm going to pass on this car, how long when is the next one going to come up? Like, okay. They sure they're plentiful. But when is the next one in that color going to come up that's going to be available in that condition. It may be very soon. It may be five years. Okay, so you're sixty years old and I'm going okay. Well, I've got you know, there's five Summers that are five years gone that I'm going to have to wait. I'm a great believer in luck life is short if it's there and you can do age go for it. There's nothing sadder than an old car collector with an empty garage space saying you never would have Shoulda Coulda ya know exactly exactly and a lot of them have money and a lot of them have wage. Regrets and you know, I sat there and say, you know, you just should have you should have what is that that memory you could have taken that card off the millemiglia with your son. I mean what what.

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"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"The movie Le Dolce Vita thought he was a quite a character. I mean this was a guy that led an interesting. A lot of Ferrari owners have he he was he was at the top of the chain. I mean lots of it was lucky trivia for the wine women and all the good stuff wine women and fast cars and that was his thing, you know, we really enjoy the research and delving into the history of these cars and we're quite proud of the writing that we do and if you read the catalog description of that card, it's a mini Novella. That's a lot of work you put into that which is really what makes the value of a car these days. It's as much about the dog. Or is it is about the metal sometimes definitely these are parts of history at parts of human history. And so when you're looking at that car, the car itself is beautiful, but then when you look into it further back and realize the people that were involved with it just becomes that much more interesting and enjoyable and valuable perhaps monetarily valuable, of course, but how do you put a price on that? Absolutely. The Mona Lisa is a whole lot more interesting Napoleon hung it in his bedroom for four years, then it would be without the ownership history. So I think a cars are the same in a lot of ways cars are absolutely the same this show is called cars that matter does Gooding know where every one of them is in an Ideal World. Yes, we know where most of them are. But occasionally sure we get the surprise that's part of the fun. I mean life without a barn find wouldn't be much of a life at all. Exactly busted a fuel girls off lately that raspberry going phenomenal. Yeah. Well that was a cart. Yes. That's Sensational original going. It's a great wage. Fun is getting these phone calls and searching for these cars. I mean, we had a 540k and we found it in Germany through some other friends of ours and the art end of the auction business. They had said, oh we woke up these paintings and we came across this 540k. Would you be interested absolutely so flew over to Germany and signed the car and it came to Pebble Beach and we sold it. Let's take a break and come back and talk about more cars off and maybe even take a look at the future of course will be right back. Welcome to life done better. Listen to the weekly episodes. We're super model and health Coach Jill De Young talks to some of the world's most inspiring women in health and wellness. It's the place for all the unicorns who strive to create a life on their own terms join us to explore discover and create a life done better together. Listen And subscribe from Kurt Comedia dead. media for your mind So we're back with our host Robert Ross and David Gooding and David. I'd like to go back a little ways to where your passion came from. And what point could you look at a car and say, you know, that's something I'd like to put on a stage with the right lights and the right prep and actually auction off to a crowd of sophisticated buyers. Well, how did that happen? Well, so I grew up in the classic car industry. He's my father was a museum curator. So he was the curator of the hair collection worked at the nethercutt Automotive Museum the Crawford Museum in Cleveland, Ohio. My father was very into the brass her own cars. So I would say performance cars from anything from 1900 to 1915. But pretty much anything pre-World War II but he always liked powerful cars. So I grew up around those exposed to things like Thomas flyers and Mercer race about sand and and Simplex chain drive simplexes and things like that, which are for those people that aren't familiar with them. They're at First Choice. Wash they'll look at them and go those are cute sort of cars, but they don't realize monsters. They're monsters in their their exciting. They're really exciting to ride in or drive. I mean a chain drive or four-wheel car. That'll do ninety miles an hour. That's a Thrill Ride that is that is with no windshield no doors in your holding on for dear life good their goggles. Yeah good pair of goggles, if you're lucky wage, that's what I think my father believed in goggles. But but literally while he was working as a curator in the museum working late nights, it was Night at the Museum. So I was left in the museum after she was closed that these different museums to water around the car collections and it's every kid's dream. Yeah. Well not every you know, I mean some kids were more interested in playing video games around sports or whatnot. I was I was at these museums after a few weeks of walking around the collections. You kind of get to know you left the hoods you sit in the cars, you know, you look under them. There's only so much you can see them. Spend a lot more time in the libraries because the libraries are you could spend just endless hours in and that's where I would actually spend more time is is getting too long know a lot about the cars and the through the library. So this is a real passion. I definitely am have the disease and my family will say, you know, look you do this every day and then you come home at night and you're still reading of cars. Oh, yeah, but that's different that these are my work cars. And then this is the fun stuff. That's red test. You know, well, you got some fun stuff. I know you've got a few dinosaurs and your stable. Yeah. We have a 14 silver ghost Thursday. We have a 27 Bentley and then we have some newer cars sports cars from the fifties and sixties and I mean, I I love everything I I could offer very big collection if if permitted if if my budget permitted but well, it sounds like you've got a very refined and specialized one actually and I going all the way back to a mercer. Is that right? Yeah. That's the oldest car thirteen years. Test which is the car I learned to drive on wonderful car. I was thirteen when I learned to drive this car, but that's not an easy car to drive surprisingly. It is actually not hard. It's actually not that hard. It's it's got a standard four-speed gearbox that is very forgiving. The steering is very easy and everything is absolutely out where you would expect it. The the only thing that sort of unconventional is the brake is a handbrake. You have a foot brake but the real break you use is a is a handbrake. So you sort of toggle between shifting and breaking but once you get used to that it's so I you're never going to sell that car and now part of the personality that is yeah.

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"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"To cars that matter back when we ran Robb Report. We spent our lives searching the world for the very best of the best choice of everything and it turns out the finest and style design quality always start with special people and one of the most special connoisseurs of Automotive Art. And Design was the car guy had report. Welcome our host for cars that matter Mister Robert Ross. Welcome Robert. Well Bill. Thank you for that and conium hardly deserving but hugely appreciated. I really do appreciate that. We had an awful lot of fun with Rob report and the most fun about it. I think was meeting some of the great people over the course of those years. One of them of course is my guest today David Gooding welcome David. Thank you very much. Good to be here. Obviously David needs. A little introduction among car aficionados around the world but to make a little more formal introduction Gooding & Company has built a reputation as the world's leading automotive auction house making a name for consistently offering. Well what I'd like to say cars that matter founder and president David Gooding started his Santa monica-based firm in 2003. And since then he's achieved an impressive roster of top sales setting a number of models specific records for prices realized and making a lot of friends along the way I had a chance to meet with David and his team at Gooding & Company up in Monterey this August where they've acted as the official auction house once again for I think what is really the world's most prestigious car show the Pebble Beach concour d'Elegance August 2019 was another one of those hair-raising moderate car wage wasn't a David. Yeah, you know, one of the great things about the auction business is even for those of us fully immersed in it for all these years. We never know what's going to happen and that's part of the dog. I've been of it. It's the market speaking. So when those cars roll up on the ramp and they exceed their estimate or they fall short. It happens there in front of a worldwide audience. It's always fun to see the market speak and to get that feedback in real-time and to see history being made in real time too. And it sounds like this year you actually made a little bit of History because you establish the weekends highest sales more than seventy six million dollars worth. I could joke and say it's not bad for a weekend's work, but I know there's about a year of planning behind all that isn't there there is yeah, we're working constantly on it are already working on next year's sales and Thursday. It's never ending and what have you done for me lately? Yeah. I know exactly I mean literally you wake up the next day and have to start all over again and I'm already planning trips to go look at the cars that might be forced off or convinced these clients that are thinking of selling a car that we'd love to have. Let's take a breath and enjoy the fruits of this last week's sales. Certainly there were some highlights in Monterey. Yeah, and you said suck. Define cars up on stage. Yeah, so our our top-selling lot was a 1958 Ferrari California Spyder and rails nearly ten million dollar car. Yeah. Yeah, and there were a couple of California Sportsters for sale on the weekend ours was the only one that sold beautiful car. I mean just absolutely stunning. It had a first class restoration by motion products and Wayne. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. It was Ferrari classic a certified finished in a gorgeous. Color scheme of gray which you don't usually see on those cars and we have a great video on our website of that car. That was a fun day off the video and driving the car around a lot fantastic car a certain one of the blue-chip icons. Yeah, the the Ferrari stable. Definitely. I mean it always has been we've probably sold more when we have sold more California spiders. In fact one. They just embody everything great about 250 Ferrari. They're Sensational looking they sound great. They're fun to drive open are motoring V12. So when you move That car and you knew you were auctioning that car just event. Did you have an immediate thought in your mind on what its value should be and who should buy it? Yes. We well I yeah, I always and in my team we always look at the cars and we have we come up with a list of people that we think would be interested in and then we also absolutely come up with pricing and our estimate on the car was eleven to thirteen. It sold for under that price point 99.9. Yeah. Yeah, and that was the market speaking. It didn't speak terribly long as it's still pretty good price. It's still a lot of money for that car sold previously. Yes that card sold previously in the nines not too long ago. Yeah, someone just bought it and turned it off around. Well, they they bought it and then they put a bunch of money in restoring it emotion products restoration is not for the faint of heart know and that's there were receipts inches thick like a told New York Yellow Pages. Yep. Yep, exactly. Yeah, but beautifully done. I mean just gorgeous. That's the way you want or if it's not absolutely original you want them perfectly restored. That's right. That was a great sale. Yeah, and he had some other Ferraris to obviously there were theories women cab that did not do too shabbily. I believe that's a record for a series 1 Cabriolet we sold for 6.8 and that is a real interesting kind of comparison. That is a good bit of less than the the California but it's basically the same car different coachbuilder one is the California scale Yeti. The series 1 is pininfarina. There are a lot of people that prefer the pen and paper body cars when they were know they were a lot more expensive. They were pretty thousands of day. You know, I think a series one was $12,000. Yeah. Okay. There we go. And then California was Nineteen or something. So they were a lot more expensive higher build quality. They are stunning. It is interesting. How time has made the California the more valuable car? It's got a name that song. Easier to digest and explain for a lot of people, you know, you say California spider, you know, you can say that they know what if you say series one pininfarina Cabriolet the whole lot of people just kind of little more than a little more of a tongue twist. Yeah, but nothing the cars are Sensational the PS cab David. Can you tell us a little about your your process with like a series one where you're going to photograph it? You're going to possibly be develop a video you obviously look at its Heritage and previous sales and I guess you look into its restoration quite a bit and you tell us a little about your step-by-step process. So it's not so easy to take off a car put it on a stage and and have someone walk away having spent six million plus. Yeah, it's it's not easy, which is fine. That's okay. Otherwise, everybody would everybody would be doing it. Look at that series one. That's a great example. We've been chasing that car for years. I've known of that car since the nineties when the previous owner had it the fellow that consigned it to us. Got it. I think in about nineteen ninety-seven wage. And I've literally been following that car since then he did not want to sell did not want to sell did not want to sell finally he purchased another car from us that he'd been just dying to have and for various reasons. There was something that had to go in the collection and I ran out of parking spots in the parking garage. Yeah, we were debating between a few cars and I knew that that series one was really special there were only a few that have the side Vents and the bumper rats, which it's the ultimate derivation of the series one of the 36 or 39 cars that were built only about four or five have what is considered the prettiest combination of all these features and this is one of those cars and so I was really pushing him because I knew that we could really use you ate that and sell that to to some of our clients and he agreed and then they'll photography comes into play. We had the car shipped out here. We just photographed it in Malibu. I love the photo page. That we have of that car. That's at the rock. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah are going to be then we go through cataloging it and there's another thing as we were researching we knew a fair amount about the car and it's home and its originality what we didn't know which was fun and interesting was the original owner this Italian Prince and I don't remember his name off the top of my head but he was the inspiration for.

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Lawsuit: Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. raped New York woman in 2013

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Lawsuit: Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. raped New York woman in 2013

"New lawsuit accuses actor Cuba Gooding Jr of raping a woman in Manhattan hotel room in 2013. Lawsuit escalates the severity of the growing number of claims against Gooding. A suit claims the Oscar winning actor attacked the woman after she met him at a Greenwich Village Vie P Lounge in New York. The actors attorney says the alleged event never took place. Gooding already faces misdemeanor criminal charges of sexual abuse and forcible touching related to claims women of previously made against him. He has pleaded not guilty to those charges. State prosecutors say more than two dozen 11 have made claims against cutting since allegations first arose against him.

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Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. raped woman in New York City hotel in 2013: Lawsuit

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. raped woman in New York City hotel in 2013: Lawsuit

"Accuses actor Cuba Gooding Jr of raping a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in 2013. Lawsuit escalates the severity of the growing number of claims against Gooding the claims that the lawsuit claims that the Oscar winning actor attacked the woman after she met him at a Greenwich Village v I P Lounge. The actors. Lawyer says the alleged event never took place. Gooding already faces misdemeanor criminal charges of sexual abuse and forcible touching related to claims that women have previously made against him. He's pleaded not guilty to those charges. State prosecutors say more than two dozen women have made claims against cutting since allegations first arose against him. Actor

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Lawsuit: Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. raped New York woman in 2013

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Lawsuit: Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. raped New York woman in 2013

"A new accuser claims an actor sexually assaulted her in a New York hotel room. A lawsuit filed on behalf of an unnamed woman in New York Federal court alleges Cuba Gooding Jr forced her into sex at a hotel in 2013 suit states. The Jane Doe met the actor at a restaurant, claiming he asked her to come up with him to his room so we could change. But once they were inside, he raped and sodomized her alleged victims suing the star for a crime of violence based on gender and seeking damages. Reps for Gooding Jr. Or deny the

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Cuba Gooding Jr. will go to trial in April in groping case

Woody and Company

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Cuba Gooding Jr. will go to trial in April in groping case

"Oscar winning actor Cuba Gooding junior is in court in Manhattan today he's appearing on charges that he allegedly groped three women the judges set a trial date now for April of this year twenty two women have accused Gooding of unwanted sexual contact to cents to two thousand three he has denied all the

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Vanished: Kelsey Berreth

True Crime Brewery

09:18 min | 2 years ago

Vanished: Kelsey Berreth

"It was Kelsey. Mom Cheryl contacted the police to report. Kelsey missing MRS on December. Second two thousand Eighteen Cheryl hadn't spoken to. Her daughter are in over a week. Kelsey infant daughter Kayleigh had been in the custody of her father and Kelsey Fiance Patrick swayze since Thanksgiving giving day and I wasn't like Kelsey to be out of touch without explanation right so right away alarm bells were ringing. Yeah this just isn't the Kelsey now. Oh very responsible. Smart Young Woman and Kelsey actually grew up on a farm in Washington state. She had a younger brother Clinton and loved. Horses is and she always had dreams of becoming a commercial pilot according to her mother and she she went to aviation school in Washington and then began working professionally as a flight instructor. So I'm very impressed by that. Yes pretty cool and everybody can do that in two thousand sixteen. She met Patrick swayze in on an online dating site. Type of thing yeah. She moved to Colorado to be near him so things heated up pretty quickly. Yes she really liked. Kim She thought he was a keeper and he could be the one group her list. She was well enough into him that she made a big move right. Yeah that shows something doesn't it. I mean and you have to be fairly committed to do that when we think frazee worked and lived on his mother's ranch where he trained cattle dogs and he also worked safari her. Now for those of you. Who Don't know like me? A farrier is a specialist in equine hoof care includes the trimming and balancing of horses hooves. WHO's and putting shoes on their hooves? Right and NASHES horses. I guess donkeys as well. He had a friend with donkey's who he is to take care of. Their hooves chargers officer who Friday I think so. So Kelsey worked. As a flight instructor at Falcon Air Force Base before she accepted the position. DOSS aviation Russian in Pueblo Colorado. Her boss Daas said that Kelsey was diligent and committed she commuted from her condo in Woodland Park to her job in Pueblo. Blow several days a week. People who flew with her remembered her as a very positive force in their lives and a someone that they could really trust when her students graduated graduated. They left some glowing reviews of her large knowledge base and her very helpful teaching techniques so she was really well regarded there so it seems and she had moved into her own condo in the town of Woodland Park and that's not far from phrase's ranch. The two became engaged and they had a baby girl in the fall of two thousand seventeen. They named her Kaley crazy. Seemed happy to be a father and seemed to take good care of Keighley but calcium calcium. Patrick didn't live together however in Kelsey family felt the relationship was a good one. The parents shared custody making plans to be together as a family. We at some point right so I kind of see right from the beginning here. A lack of commitment on his part that they weren't living together after they had a baby. Seems a little little strange to me. Yeah if you're co-parenting and you're engaged to be married. Why wouldn't you live together right? So that's just kind of a red flag that I noticed noticed right away and the beginning of this story. You're was it more. His decision not live together. Well we don't know you know. Her mother had said it was financial. He'll things which I think it was mostly him because he was the one who had financial problems which will get into. But let's go ahead and talk a little bit about the missing missing persons report and what I happened. Okay so the first police officer who showed up to do a welfare check on Kelsey was Corporal Beth Huber and Ed after entering information into the local and national databases. She contacted Patrick swayze so right away. They're going to contact the fiance well. Of course frizzy claimed that the last time he had seen Kelsey was Thanksgiving Day. That was November. Twenty second when they had exchanged custody of Keighley in the alley behind Chelsea's condo a frizzy said their romantic relationship was over during the the custody exchange. She returned items that belonged to Kelsey this included her handgun. Somehow Munition Car Keys House keys and some other personal items right so so custody. Exchange in the alley is another weird thing here. Yeah and also saying that their relationship was over nobody else knew of that UH and there was no evidence to show that and will notice that when we look at their conversations around this time Chelsea's family reported to police that it was highly unusual for her her to go away without telling anyone her mom Cheryl had spoken to Kelsey twice on the phone on November twenty second and two her Kelsey seemed like her normal. Happy yourself she talked excitedly about the upcoming Christmas holiday with Kaley. What kind of presence? They would have for stuff like that then after talking to her mom Kelsey Chelsea went shopping with Kaley. She was caught on video surveillance at a Safeway store and Woodland Park and she entered the store at twelve. Oh five everything looks. It's normal and exited the Safeway at twelve twenty seven pm and this would also be verified by receipts from the store so after leaving the store door Kelsey sent frasier text and she offered to make him a sweet potato casserole. That doesn't really sound like someone who's broken up. Her sure doesn't sounds like a good relationship. Yeah at least one that she's you know invested in for sure right then between twelve fifty four and when seventeen eighteen that same day frazee was captured on a Walmart surveillance camera at the Woodland Park Walmart. He had a baby carrier with a blanket that looked like the blankets. Seen with Kelsey and Kaley at the Safeway Okay we couldn't be seen but it's probable issues with frizzy because he had the carrier. Sure I think that's a pretty safe assumption. But Kelsey wasn't seen again after Thanksgiving Day even though her cellphone continued to send messages on November. Twenty four th Cheryl got a text from Chelsea's phone saying that she would call her later but then Kelsey never called her. The next day there was a text from Chelsea's phone to her supervisor at doss aviation it said she was planning to take a trip and would be away for a week. There were also messages to Patrick. swayze eight on the twenty four th at four. PM FRAC- sent a text to calcium phone. Saying if this is truly what you want respect your wishes and give you space the leave you alone now. Then the next day there was a text from Chelsea's phone to phrase's phone saying do you even love me. And he answered that text swith. Why would I bend over backwards and stand by you through everything if I didn't so the answer to your question is yes I do so so after about a week of not hearing from her daughter Cheryl Berith called free just to see you know what's going on? Frasier told Cheryl that he and Kelsey Elsie had an argument in calcium. Broken up with him and giving Kaley to him he suggested to share Kelsey may have flown somewhere with a CO worker. But Kelsey hadn't told Cheryl better trip or breaking up with Razi so mom Cheryl is getting more and more concerned and that's when she called the voice so at the welfare check of Chelsea's Condo. Her keys in purse were gone but both of her cars were parked outside. They didn't find any signs of foul. Oh play on this visit but her makeup in toothbrush. Were still in the bathroom and there were some mostly uneaten cinnamon rolls sitting on the stove. There was also also a candle on a warmer nearby in the heat was up higher than usual so these are all very strange things. She wouldn't leave for a trip without her makeup makeup in her toothbrush. Leaving food on the counter were turning the thermostat down right so by this time ten days had passed since Kelsey she had last been seen. Remember Cheryl got a text from Kelsey but we don't believe that that last one was from Kelsey because she was already missing right. Your impression is that it's doctored. Kind of thing. Yeah just to throw people off right and even Cheryl would say that. The texting wasn't like her daughters texting. So there were some red flags right away on the whole thing. There was a press conference held on December four and the case was still being treated as. There's a missing persons case. Police announced that Kelsey phone had pinged on a tower in gooding Idaho on November twenty fifth. This was a long way from aware. CALC- lived I think it was eight hundred. Two thousand miles so Cheryl spoke about her daughter being a reliable person and she asked for help in locating eating her but notably. Patrick Frasier did not attend this press conference and of course everybody noticed that

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Country Star Joe Diffie on Making a No. 1 Record

Bobbycast

02:50 min | 2 years ago

Country Star Joe Diffie on Making a No. 1 Record

"Welcome to episode to seventeen with Ed. A Guy I really like and been a big fan of yours. Jody gooding here. Yeah good to see all thank you you as well you know I was looking. I know most of the stuff about you like I've been a fan before we've been able to be friends. I was just a massive Asif Fan of you growing up and so as I kind of one of the deep dive. 'cause I always like to find out. What do I not know about people coming over to the house? Right listen to this. I don't know if even knew that. Go on this day. December Sixteenth Nineteen Ninety Four. You had the number one song on the Billboard Country Charles Pickup Man. It was your longest lasting number one having spent four weeks at number one from December ninety four to January ninety five. Did you know that was today. No I didn't notice today. I knew the the rest of that. I didn't realize the data. That's pretty cool on this day. Number war yeah so for example Luke. Combs just spent three weeks at number one And that's a long the last three weeks number one especially today really big deal when you have a song this one for four weeks in in Nineteen ninety-four. What's the vibe that well I mean? It was unusual because back then you know they put out a lot more songs that the frequency of you put forth four four or five times a year and now you might have one son stays on the charts. Lingering there at some point For almost a year you know so So that was kind of weird weird part. We had to wait to see what how long it was going to stay number one before we could put another record. So did you feel like that song was going to be a number one song. I knew it from the institute after I heard it really I really do. Yeah I don't know why just something about it just you know. Have you been able to name and nail boasted most of your big songs for the first time you heard them. Yeah pretty much There was a couple that it didn't Like John Deere Green. I hated one. I heard it real. Why why well because the demo now this is a long saga but it but when I first heard it it was done by the rider writer named Dennis Linde and he had a very eclectic sound voice and he did all his own demos at his house so it had a Jew's harp planning ardine are Ernie Ernie and I was like what the heck is that you know in my producer so we'll just ignore the demo part I I'd have to add right now? That is subsequently Loved all Denison. Lindy's demos they were so cool after he got kind of figured out what was what was happening. You know my producer said listen to the words and and and I was like man. I just don't like it at all. He goes. Well I think this hit and I said well we can try you know go in the studio cut it and if it doesn't work out then we scrap grab you know so. Luckily it worked

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Cuba Gooding Jr. accused of sexual misconduct by 20 women

WBZ Morning News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Cuba Gooding Jr. accused of sexual misconduct by 20 women

"More than twenty women are now accusing actor Kuba Gooding junior of sexual misconduct prosecutors are out with new court documents with seven more women now coming forward with accounts of unwanted sexual touching dating back more than a dozen years the total number of women who have accused Cuba Gooding junior of wrong doing now stands at twenty two he's been charged with groping three of them but prosecutors hoped energies new claims in court to prove a pattern of abuse in a January two thousand nine instance a woman alleges the only reason it did not go further than unwanted kissing and touching at the Sundance Film Festival is because she

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"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Would be the third car? Would've Bugatti get in there anywhere or or I love classical gods the newer bodies. I'm not as much as I. I don't feel there as pure nice. Stereo Stereo Yeah. It's a great stereo. But I like the older Bhagat is because I think he's being VW Bacardi's as opposed to a purebred Bugatti more of statements of the possible than necessarily projections of a continuous history in the same way that Porsche Ferrari really been or for that matter. Even Lamborghini have been continuous threat of authenticity ownership. Right right it's a restart of a brand I. It's just not it's not the original derivation station. So how about a new Aston. They're gorgeous. Yeah I mean that could be. Yeah absolutely gorgeous. I mean the styling of the new Aston's is sensational and they have a unique styling that is distinctly there. So you don't see yourself thirty years from now Standing atop stage and enrolling tesla onto the stage for I have great respect for what Tesla's done to the car industry. I think they're great cars and really car guy on. We'll yeah no I think it is that and I think that's interesting from a collectible point of view Nice. I'm not so much to me. There's going to be some some people it's A. It's a cool way of getting from here to there but redefined things and I've driven them. They're amazing incredible the drive. What did he here today? David I I drove a lexus. Go with great air conditioning. Yeah Wonderful Wonderful Bluetooth. Great Room and talk about the smartest guy in the room. He's absolutely right but the the fantastic cars actually they're really good and it's a normally aspirated. V Eight Lexus. So yeah the turbos Bozo and whatnot but but back to the Tesla's sound in a car is an important for me as as a car nut at but I as an appliance since they don't have to have sound but as a as an enthusiast they've got to have sound and so the Tesla's to me as an enthusiast if I'm gonNA drive. A car are enthusiastically. I don't like it was kind of has some hyped it in through the Stereo. Yeah not the same. What's what's the best selling car What engine do you like more than any other Authors it depend on the day it depends on the day I mean. There's nothing like a v. Twelve Ferrari Ari is phenomenal their incredible once you get it up above seven. Yeah they really like screaming like the screaming ones. Yeah one of the best sounding cars of all times is a three hundred s alarm Mercedes but we don't get to hear those a lot. There are many cars at sound great. You know I love the sound the that a great nine eleven makes noises a real big part of it for me. I mean a car. That sounds good. You don't even have to be driving that fast but if it's making the right noises it's part of the fun of driving a car So or riding in a car you know certainly I was just GonNa ask David you know when all said and done and You know we we Have a couple of drinks up at that gooding and company bidders bar and we're starting to imagine things that aren't real when the Junie pops out of the bottle and offers you any three cars excluding the real rarities like maybe a Bugatti for type forty one or a three hundred. SNL are but three cars that are absolutely maybe possibly a reality. Okay which three one definitely the mercer race about which is near and dear to my heart. I love those cars in general and the one that we have avenue family that would be the first one second one would be. It's funny because I hadn't really thought about this but it comes pretty clearly right to my mind the second one would be an acl from the nineteen thirties. A probably two point three touring spider. Sound being a big part of it the more they make is is like nothing else. The third car would be Two Fifty Ferrari. But I'd be happy with any forms of a two fifty the very top end. GTO or tr which is a huge number. But it could be you know any any great to fifty Ferrari is would you know that that doesn't you kind of covered the basis. Yeah yeah the basis races. Yeah well Robert David. Thank you both for coming into Malibu Today on Raba Russ's cars it matter. I can't think of of anything more fun than to pick your brain. The finest auction here on the planet can't wait to see your next show. Good luck with acquiring the cars. I think truly meant well. Thank you for coming in and can't wait to see again. Thank you very much. It's my pleasure. Thank you David. gooding from gooding and Company for joining us on cars is the data. We'll see you next time to continue talking about the passions that drivers passions.

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"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Sometimes. The exceptional is is not the biggest budget. Sometimes the exceptional is someone's ability to actually take their soul and printed on the screen for a moment. Learn everything that there is to know about the filmmaking. Oh making process I think part of art is hearing from the artists who create the number of different visions a number of different qualifications that have to go into making any film is insurmountable surmountable and hearing those stories can be just as exciting and insightful as the themselves certain movies or certain scores certain actors have shaped who I am as a person such appreciation for the things that people produce and work because into whether it's the writer who came up with the story in general or how the film makers seekers were able to take that from the page put it onto screen and then from the actors themselves who were able to kind of bring that all to life. That is what I want to hear because it makes me love my favorite movies. IRVY's even more. I'm Scott to law if you love movies like Id. You're going to love Hollywood unscripted wherever you get your podcasts. So we're back in David when I walk into one of your options I have to admit I I'm somewhat out of my league. A little intimidated by what goes on. Tell us a little about what should be my strategy when I walk into into an auction if I see a couple of cars I know I want to bid on first off we. You know I can understand why would be intimidating to people but we don't want it to be in. We always encourage people to ask a lot of questions at the time of the viewing. If you're if you're showing up ahead of time of the auction come see us. We should Absolute if you can't get there send a trusted friend or adviser to come look at the cars but come ask US whatever questions you have and try the car on for size may look beautiful and fantastic. But then you go to sit in and the steering wheel's in your gut and you can't slide in you or you know you can't reach the peddles I five t bird anybody. Yeah exactly. You can't figure out had shifted right right or the door you know where the windshields in your eye line there might be things. I really don't work for you. Hopefully you're going to use the car. You're going to drive it. Some people don't but I you know if if it's if it's about driving you know sit in it get a feel for it a here at run even if you're very seriously interested in it we can organize a test drive in advance but also ask a lot of questions asked to see the files and we have a whole archive section where we have. Every every car's history file put together the from the beginning to Contemporary time so I encourage people to go through the archives. Look at the file. The restoration receipts look at the. You know all the old photos and everything and that's a super important and then ask us about the card and what we can impart to you. Okay so I have come here and I've I've I've found a car young and this is just something that belongs things in my collection and right okay so I certainly don't want to let anybody know that I'm interested in the car and I and I well as it proceeds to yeah well. Sometimes people that act very territorial can can kind of intimidate other people out of it so there's no one thing thing but yeah I mean generally you're going to want to hold your cards close to your vest but I've seen you go to the guy sitting next to you and say you can leave now because I'm buying this I've seen I've seen Big Heavy heavy hitters. Come in and go you know these are these are guys that are known to be wealthy. They'll come in and they'll say I'm buying that car and other people go live. Just I never bid because is so and so said they were buying the car and then turns out so and so it doesn't really go that strong on the car so you you can over intimidate people. So but generally if you're GONNA if you're gonNA play your cards close to your vest watched the room watch the room carefully. See who's WHO's bidding. You may know them. You may not know them but I would go into the bidding process with a number in mind and then the way I think is I usually have uh remembering your but I've been I've been in the audience and I'm now I'm a I'm a passionate collector I get. I get caught up a readiness. Flynn the red mist definitely. So you have your budget. I'm not going to pay more than a hundred thousand dollars but then you you know in the moment you can then really million Shay. Yeah okay. Well you're here a little less disciplined than myself. Yeah no you know you can get You you come up with that budget but then be able to be a little flexible. Okay because you can. You can also read the people in the room and sometimes you tend to go plus one or two and oftentimes you can read the other bidders and you can see that. They're they're done under. They're not always the wild guards at German on the phone and the guy from England on the phone they really are on the phone right David yes they really are fun sometimes. Some people don't realize is sometimes. There are people in the room that are on the phone so they're bidders in the audience talking to our phone bidder her on on the telephone bank watch. Yeah it's interest so They like to be someone they WANNA be. They want to trust but verify and see. See what's going on in the room and read the room. You WanNa be in Robert. Do you want to be in one of the. VIP's seats in the front or sit in the back of the room and watch the crowd. You WanNa be the guy with the janitorial cart. But you're actually the guy bidding bidding in the room. Yeah we have all kinds of different bidders and whatnot but I I would. I would go with that car. Follow it obviously asleep and then watch the other bidders and you can generally detect weakness and see whether or not they're going to fall back or not and then you know. Oh you have to do some soul-searching and I would ask yourself. How special and rare is that car does it? Is it exactly what you want. Is Everything that you'd hope hoped-for if so really stretch extra. If it's not then go your go you know. Go with what you'd budget and then drop out but but the point of what you were saying before about you know where to start and stop one thing that I think people Take into account enough or ask themselves as okay. If I'm going to pass pass on this car. How long is the next one gonna come up like okay? They sure they're plentiful. But when is the next one in that color GONNA GONNA come up. That's going to be available in. That condition may be very soon. It may be five years okay. So you're sixty years old and you're going okay. Well I've got you know there's five summers. That are five years gone that I'm going to have to wait. I'm a great believer in luck. Life is short. If it's there and you can do it go for it. There's nothing sadder than an old car collector with an empty garage. Space saying WOULDA Shoulda COULDA. Yeah no exactly and a lot of them have money and a lot of them have regrets and You know I sit there and say you know we just should of you. You should have been what. What is that that memory? You could've taken that card you with your son. I mean what a what a great memory that would be. You know. David is right. These cars are part of history. And that's why they matter the opportunity to buy a particular car might come along once in a lifetime. So you don't WanNa let that slip by but looking to the past is only part of the equation looking for the current state of car manufacturing people had a great question for David. If your job today was to go go out and buy three brand new cars. Is there anything out there that you think is new and will be a collector her car in the future or are we just done. No certainly we're not done definitely. Were not done. Ferrari always makes exciting products and not everything they make is wonderful but I would buy it. Certainly a Ferrari a porsche. What.

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"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Then you know how quickly you you can get carried away in the heat of the moment not only. Do you want that car. But this might be the only chance you'll ever get to own and believe it or not not going over. Budget isn't always a bad thing. When when does it pay to overpay? Is there a time that that's okay. Definitely there's you know the people are GonNa think this is a self serving thing that he say you know you can never pay too much and here I am as an auctioneer saying that but from an investment point of on I don't usually advise people I don't like to advise people from an investment point of view but a few years ago I think it was after one of our pebble beat sales I I I had some time and I was just organizing my old catalogs from the last all of our gooding company catalogs and then I worked at Christie's for eleven in years and it was going through it was organizing them all on the shelf and so naturally I pull him out as they got out of order and everything and putting them back in order and I'm flipping through the catalogs and looking okay that through those three hundred sells for that and that's all for that and that's over that look that you know gosh that Alpha that was a world record price at that two point three Alpha was you know blew everybody's mind except for one and a half million guy blue in one thousand nine hundred ten yeah exactly exactly blue blue. Everybody's mind and then here again. This Ferrari there was a California spider that so for a world record price of eight hundred thousand dollar. No kidding yeah And so again again again. The cars that sold for world record money or the cars that certainly had gone up most value. I am I saying that if you pay a world record price for a car. Does it mean that it's going to go up the most. No but if you stretch for the very best that is probably the car that's going to Appreciate in the future and also be sought after and recognized as the best of the best when it comes up again well with that with that in mind then I mean. Are there some cars then that have always been desirable and from the beginning in Wilbon continuing nearest donation to be desirable. Going into the future cars. That are I definitely have been the best of their category. I think there are always these stars in whatever segment of the world they occupy. And I you know I think of a McLaren. F One is a great example of that they were clearly the top of the food chain of that era and they are so much more valuable title and sought after than any of their contemporaries and they always have been and I think they always will be there clearly. There's nothing that touches them. I'm as far as desirability advancement beauty. I mean they're in a class of themselves so just just for a second. This is just between us. Nobody else can hear us right now. We need a couple of secrets. There's some marks for whatever reason are not bring the kind of money in the past. Just that they're worth in. You know which cars those are. And if I were developing a collection the secret would be David. gooding knows that this mark is going to go on fires times soon. Well I think I think in general that a lot of the I think a lot of the British British marks are still undervalued. I think you know. Jaguars represent a tremendous amount of Value for the money and he types are great example. They've gone up a lot recently. I think in most recent times there's been a little pushback and so it's a good opportunity -tunities to buy these gorgeous cars. That are fun to use great-looking. You're talking about an early series one. Maybe even a flat floor something something. Any form of a series one. I think are great cars on one forty great car. Still Very affordable streamline affordable. So that I mean at the ceiling for nothing nothing prettier ecstatic. I Love Them. I love them any Bugatti. Yeah exactly you can actually actually look like a like a like a automotive collector by putting one of those on your floor. Yeah and you're not spending that much you're spending you. Can you can buy a nice one for one. Hundred thousand thousand dollars. He leaser are selling almost that amount of money or more. And yet you have. You know full blown grownup Sports car and they're gorgeous and wonderful Poland great to drive and use and so in that that turns heads on a Sunday. When you drive into pass to beach definitely they're wonderful cars Maserati Zarate's still represents great value A lot of car a lot. That's a lot of eyeball for the money. Tremendous love Maserati ee. I kinda go by country. I mean in America there are so many great American cars that are that are great value cars from the fifties and sixties. I mean the values tremendous for what you can get a lot of people. Focus Gazon Where cars are relative to where they've been price wise and you know Porsche is a great example? Look at portion go. Oh Oh my God you know and I missed the boat. It's gone they've gone up too much. Therefore I can't dip my toe in the water I disagree with that. I think there's still a lot of value their touch on Lamborghini. A little bit. Or there's some there's some deals out there. Yeah there's definitely deals and Lamborghini there's been a great appreciation and it's it's interesting how you know Ferrari obviously leading the charge but then lamborghinis followed. I remember ruined. I mirror sold for a million dollars. I congratulated than President. Stephan Winkelmann. I I said well you finally have a million dollar car don't you I love Mira's I mean I think they're sensational looking sensational sounding. They're gorgeous cars so I I would be a mirror man over coon tosh but of course they're more money so you think there's some upside for the coo Taj though especially I the series. Yeah goes yeah definitely I remember. Yeah well maybe drive it period but boy they sure were. They were an Nykanen car in terms of You know inspiring a whole generation of kids definitely. I do think there's A definite appreciation their market. uh-huh bright future for those cars. If you go to the three fifty's or the four hundred and the mirrors that market is doing extremely well. They're outperforming areas that that surprises a lot of people doing better than some areas of Ferrari's relatively interesting. You think cars like the spot and your Rama will ever get any love or are they going to always Outliers sure as the others go up. They're going to pull them up with them but they're not in Maryland. I thought everybody's list now I hear area there. So let's let's hang a left and leave Italy go up to Germany a little bit. Yeah talk to us about some of the the Mercedes that you've have loved and you've you've got some pretty cars. Oh My god Mercedes First and oldest company they are the you know. The first automobile was a Benz Mercedes has interesting cars from pretty much. Every era probably the best cars some of the best cars from every era and they're always he's leading the charge in the in the marketplace. The Fun thing about Mercedes is there. Are they build. Build some of the most valuable cars ever created. But there's also some very affordable cars and it's fun to see now that Mercedes from the sixty seventies eighties. The more pedestrian production sedans are becoming quite collectible and people that own some really important invaluable some of the finest car collections in the world. They have usually some kind of fun Mercedes sedan or or something from the seventies or eighties in their collection that they're attracted to help sleep through it. It's funny David David on my drive up to this year's Modera- car wake I follow it. An old pontoon fenders the sedan. You know sixty five whatever Ed it was absolutely a hoot to watch the saying there are three old guys my age in it and they were probably having more fun than anybody else on the road. Yep and look at a car like that and you say well yeah Mercedes. That'll be doing exactly what it's doing now. Fifty years from now if they let us drive them Yep exactly you can't kill it if it's if it's maintained well it'll run forever. That's an interesting car. I guess always one of the blue chip standard-bearers almost like the canary in the coal. Mine when it comes to evaluating leading the health of a car market because Three hundred cells are plentiful enough that there's always going to be a bit of a critical mass among collectors always enough enough to keep interest generated. That is definitely the bellwether whereas the three hundred s l market whereas the two fifty Ferrari market whereas were portion nine eleven's but yeah certainly certainly three entered. Sol's goings and roadsters are always. We always watch them carefully. We're going to take one more fifteen second break but don't leave us because when we come back back I'm GonNa ask David how you should develop your philosophy your psychology and your strategy when you're going to auction and and bidding on a car will be way back.

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"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Pretty much anything pre World War Two but he always liked powerful cars. So I grew up around those exposed to things like Thomas Flyers and Mercer Race abouts and and big simplex chain drive simplex and things like that which are for those people that aren't commissioner with them there at first blush the look at them and go. Those are cute sort of cars but they don't realize monsters they're monsters in their their exciting really the exciting to ride in or drive. I mean a chain drive wooden wheel car. That'll ninety miles an hour a thrill ride that is that is With no windshield no outdoors and you're holding on for dear life good goggles yeah. Good Para Goggles. If you're lucky that's what I think. My father believed in goggles but Literally while he was working as a curator in the museum working late nights I was left. It was night at the museum so I was left in the museum after it was closed nosed death these different museums to water around the car collections. And it's every kid's dream. Yeah well not ever you know I mean some kids were more interested and playing video games or sports or whatnot but I was. I was At these museums after a few weeks walking around the collection you kind of get to know you left the hoods you. Sit the cars you you know you look under him. There's only so much you can see then. I would spend a lot more time in the libraries because the libraries are you could spend just just endless hours in. And that's where I would actually spend more. Time is is getting to know a lot about the cars in through the libraries. Now so this is a real passion. I I definitely am have the disease in my family will say look you do this every day and then you come home at night and you're still reading about cars go. Yeah but that's different at these. Are My work cars and then this is the fun stuff test. Well you got some fun stuff. I I know you've got a few dinosaurs in your stable yet. We have a fourteen. Silver Ghost We have a twenty-seven Bentley and then we have some newer cars sports cars from the fifties and sixties. And I I mean I I love everything I I have a very big collection if permitted if if my budget prevented well. It sounds like you've got a very refined specialized one actually really and Going all the way back to mercer. Is that right yeah. That's the oldest car thirteen mercer race test. which is the car? I learned to drive on wonderful car. I was thirteen when I learned to drive this car. That's not an easy car to drive. Surprisingly it is actually not hard. It's actually not that hard it's a it's got a standard four speed gearbox. That is very forgiving. The steering is very easy and everything is absolutely out where you would expect it. The the only thing that's sort of unconventional is the break because a handbrake you have a foot break but the real break years is a is a handbrake so you sort of toggle between shifting and braking but once you get used to that it's So you you ever GonNa sell that car then now part of that is that is ingrained. Yeah part of the family. How did World War One effect that car? Hi It's manufacturer. Yeah very good questions so world war one put a huge dent. In a lot of the automotive manufacturers mercer they were out of Trenton New Jersey and they got through World War One but then they had to reorganize and the family that owned them sold out and and they were taken over by a conglomerate which then eventually ran the company into the ground. So many do yeah. But they made it longer than a lot of their contemporaries. Simplex in in Thomas. Flyer and Pope Hartford Tribune. They they all they all went to bust. There's a dramatic recession then the war. So there were there were lots of issues and then of course. These companies were building very very very high end expensive automobiles. That were becoming obsolete. In a few years and test estimate the Mercer's vision is that it remains probably one of the most desirable prewar collectibles. Did you restore that car Only mechanically but not cosmetically. We're just going through an redoing re machining some pieces that have been worn down and things like that but cosmetically it looks no different. It looks it's basically he looks and is like it was in the nineteen twenty s respecting and Appreciating the actual Patina in age and authenticity. The car yeah. Yeah well I I love cars with Patina With A to me. They're the cars that are so much more memorable. I mean a beautifully restored car is sensational. Definitely and it's a work of art in the restoration in and of itself is is beautiful to look at and can can and really dry you in the cars. I find that I remember most are cars that have some battle scars cars texture. Yeah you you know. They just they they stick with you more and I think it's true in a lot of collectible. Do you have other addictions not really I mean a little bit of Bard but nothing nothing significant. It's really everything is more car orientated. I'd like to Kind of really. Start asking the hard hitting questions. David and Look into the David gooding crystal ball if we can okay. Yeah but I think yours is probably a little more transparent than mine. Everybody's talking about the collect car the market we're seeing trends and tastes and things change in. What ways do you think? The collector car market in the customer are changing. We don't see Slow up the car collecting at all. In fact it's just the opposite. It's growing dramatically and there is more of an affinity in an attraction attraction for some older cars that are drastically different from the newer cars that are being produced. Basically are clientele. Everybody that we dealt with Twenty years ago if they're still around their most often Active in collecting cars In in addition to them there's a whole new cadre of collectors who are active in coming into the industry. How do I see it Changing I mean we're certainly selling more modern cars than we used to A much more modern cars than we used to and different brands than we used to. We used to sell a lot of packards. Were selling fewer packers than we used to. We we used to not sell any. Toyota's we sell now now. We Sell Khuda thunk. Yeah Yeah Live. Japanese domestic market cars all of a sudden in American market Japanese cars. All of a sudden there's a following knowing yeah exactly and there's a huge following in an inactive following so we sell heck of a lot more than we used to all of this is wonderful and great but also that trend just means that some of the things that We're selling fewer of are not doing as well. I mean we're we're we're getting bigger the prices for Packard's than we used to were getting bigger prices for Duisenburg's than we ever did before we may be selling fewer but we're selling higher quality the examples for more money. Would you say the market is sort of splitting off or bifurcating to become one of You know where a level six seven heaven help us. Even eight figure figure cars are are sort of on one side of the fence and then there's everything else definitely in the car market but I think that's also true in many segments of the art market and when I speak to colleagues that are in those industries that definitely they're experiencing the same thing so yeah and and some people sort of lament that bifurcation. I think it's okay because if you want the very best of the best of the best you're going to have to reach extra extra far but it also means for the people that aren't able to reach you know maybe they can be happy with a A car that doesn't have its original body or doesn't have its original engine. It can be worth a lot less but it also becomes available in open to somebody without as big a budget which is which is nice. You know you look at the catalogs today from not only your own auction house but some of the others and you see that Really the price of admission in the collector car hobby starts at about two hundred thousand two hundred fifty thousand dollars. That's a lot of discretionary income so it's nice to know that early some places to sort of play in the sandbox. That may not be quite that deer. That's right there's a lot of opportunity in in every price price point and you just have to be open minded about it and flexible and figure out what's important to you if you've ever been a bitter at an auction.

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"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Great example sample. We've been chasing the car for years. I've known that car since the nineties when the previous owner had it the fell of the consigned it to us got it. Did I think in about nineteen ninety-seven and I've literally been following that car. Since then he did not want to sell did not want to sell to not want to sell finally he. He purchased another car from us that he'd been just dying to have and for various reasons. There was something that had to go in the collection. Shen and I kinda ran Parkinson's. Yeah we were debating between a few cars and I knew that that series one was really special show there are only a few that have the side vents and the bumper rats which it's the ultimate derivation of the series one of the thirty six thirty nine cars that were built only about four or five. Have what is considered the prettiest combination of all these features and this is one of those cars and so I was really pushing him because I knew that we could really accentuate that and sell that to to some of our clients and he agreed and then the photography comes into to play. We had the car shipped out here. We thought grafted in Malibu. I love the photo. Shoot that we have of that car. The Rock Yeah. Yeah yeah then. We we go through cataloguing it and there's another thing as we were researching we knew a fair amount about the car and its history and its originality what we didn't know which was fun and interesting was the original owner this Italian prince and I don't remember his name off the top of my head but he was the inspiration for the movie La Dolce Vita and he was a quite a character. I mean this was a guy that led an interesting full life. A lot of Ferrari owners have he he was he was at the top of the chain. I mean lots of it was led Jovita wine women and all the good stuff wine women and fast cars and that was his thing you know we we really enjoy the research and delving into the history of these cars and we're quite proud of the writing that we do and if you read the catalog description of that car. It's a mini mini novella. That's a lot of work you put into that which is really what makes the value of a car these days. It says much about the story as it is about the medal sometimes definitely these. He's our parts of history at parts of human history. And so when you're looking at that car the car itself is beautiful but then when you look into it further and realize the people that were involved with it just becomes that much more interesting and enjoyable and valuable perhaps monetarily valuable of course but you put a price on that absolutely the Mona. Lisa's a whole lot more interesting because Napoleon hung it in his bedroom for four years that would be without ownership history so I think cars of the same in a lot of ways cars. Ours are absolutely the same. This show is called cars. That matter does gooding nowhere. Every one of them is in an ideal world world. Yes we know where most of them are but occasionally sure we get surprised. That's part of the fun. I mean life without a barn fine. Wouldn't be much of a life at all exactly. Instead stood of fuel girls off lately and at Raspberry going phenomenal. Yeah Oh that was a car. Yes that's sensational original going. It's great fun is getting these phone calls and searching for these cars. We had a five forty K.. And we found it in Germany through some other friends of ours in art end of the auction business. They had said that. Oh we're looking at these paintings and we came across this five forty cave. Would you be interested absolutely so flew over to Germany and signed the car and came Pebble Beach and we sold it. What percentage of the car's that you end up auctioning? Did you have to convince the seller to sell as opposed to come to you. Because it's time mm-hmm I would guess that twenty percent are convincing. Most people want to sell. You can't get them from absolutely not too yes. There has to be a kernel of wanting to turn it in no means no David we know that. In this era exactly which the strategy you go to their friends and you get their friends to walk into someone's museum and say you know fill. This is just a great collection but you really get a get rid of the Duesenberg somebody. Somebody has to want to sell definitely but I always try to find a real. You know like if they're thinking about selling it for some reason what is that reason if they want to sell. Perhaps there's something something else that want to buy or if it's just because they absolutely need the money because of taxes or some urgent matter that's one reason if it's well I want to sell to get something something else. I'm not totally in the mood to sell. But if I found this certain special something there's my opening Have you had to create a daisy chain. A little bit or Royer. Someone says I'm looking for yeah. I'm looking for this. You find me that I'll give you this car definitely definitely absolutely do absolutely sounds exhausting. Trusty David not to go too far down a rabbit hole but has the Ten thirty one exchange put a little bit of a damper on some of this upgrading. Initially when ten ten thirty one ended. We thought we'd see a sharp drop off in the market. We didn't immediately. We thought once they once ten thirty one's ended last year that it would just should should have an immediate effect. It didn't Milton fell off a cliff buying more expensive cars. Yeah the amazing thing about this industry hobby. Whatever you WANNA call? Well it is that people are very passionate about these cars and markets go up and down and there are road blocks. You have to pay this kind of tax on a car to own it and bring get into this sort of key to whatever country you live in people find ways to give. Yes they do they love these cover. There's a will there's a wears there and there's tremendous desire and will around these cars so people were collecting cars very actively before ten. Thirty one's existed ten thirty one fueled a lot of sales but it was very active before and it's been very active after people are still so excited and passionate about the cars that they're gonNA find a way to to collect them no matter what. Bill Vilnai dove deep into David's most recent auction at the time of the recording. I wanted to spend a little time discussing one item that really piqued my interest. Ferrari's Formula One racecar from the seventies of very special three twelve T. We knew that that was a special car and that it could redefine the market. And you ask. How do we price something like that? I mean it's it's you know cops. Yeah there's calm I mean. We look at other Formula One cars from the period and they're going to be below value of what a Ferrari is and and and then you just sort of extrapolate up and then you realize who drove it. So it's an additive process. Yeah but so so. What were your expectations on that car? And how did she do. We said six to eight on it and it sold for Robert Do you have the results. Sold for Six million dollars for a for a wild guess. That's a hell guess pretty good. That's a pretty good guess. Congratulations on that one chiming spotlight on what could be a new venue of collectibles. Let's take a break and come back and talk about more cars cars and maybe even take a look at the future of cars. We'll be right back. I was introduced. Seven Richie the decades ago and his creations then and justice impressed now stuffing our reaches about style matters because it lasts the designed nine. The craftsmanship everything about everything he does is Made in door. So we're back with host Robert Ross. And David gooding wooding and David I. I'd like to go back a little ways. Who where your passion came from? And what point could you look at a car and say you know. That's something I'd like to put put on stage with the right lights and the rate prep and actually auctioned off to a crowd of sophisticated buyers. How did that happen well so I grew up in the classic car industry? My father was a museum curator so he he was the curator of the hair collection. Were to the Nethercutt Automotive Museum. The Crawford the museum in Cleveland Ohio. My father was very into the brass era cars so I would say performance cars from anything from nineteen hundred to Nineteen fifteen but.

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"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

08:28 min | 2 years ago

"gooding" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"World's leading automotive auction house making a name for consistently offering. Well what I'd like to say cars that matter founder and President David that gooding started his Santa Monica based firm in two thousand three and since then he's achieved an impressive roster of top sales setting a number of models. Specific records for prices is realized in the making a lot of friends along the way I had a chance to meet with David and his team at gooding and company up in Monterey this August where they acted that is the official auction house. Once again for I think what is really the world's most prestigious Car Show the Pebble Beach concours delegates. August two thousand nineteen gene was. Another one of those hair-raising moderate Gar weeks. Wasn't that David. Yeah you know one of the great things about the auction. Business is even for those of us fully immersed immersed in it for all these years. We never know what's going to happen. And that's part of the excitement of it. It's the market speaking. So when those cars roll up on the ramp and a a exceed their estimate or they fall short it happens there in front of a worldwide audience. It's always fun to see the market speak in to get that feedback can real-time well in industry History being made in real time to and it sounds like this year. You actually made a little bit of history because you establish the weekends highest sales more than seventy six million dollars worth. I could joke and say it's not bad for a weekend's work but I know there's about a year of planning behind all that isn't there. There is yeah. We're working constantly early on it or already working on next year sales and it's never ending. And what have you done for me lately. Yeah I know exactly. I mean literally you wake up the next day A and have to start all over again and I'm already planning trips to go. Look at cars that might be for sale or convinced these clients that are thinking of selling a car that we'd love have to have. Let's take a breath and enjoy the fruits of this last week sales. Certainly there were some highlights in Monterey. Yeah and you set some New Sets and pretty fine fine cars up on stage. Yeah so our top. Selling Lot was a nineteen fifty-eight Ferrari California spider and nearly ten million dollar car. Yeah Yeah And there were a couple of California spiders for sale on the weekend ours was the only one that's sold beautiful car. I mean just absolutely stunning. It had a first class restoration in by motion products and lane. Yeah Yeah exactly. It was Ferrari. Classic Case Certified Finish a gorgeous period color scheme of gray which you don't I usually see on those cars and we have a great video on our website of that car. That was a that was a fun day making the video and driving the car around a lot. Fantastic tastic car certainly one of the blue chip icons the Ferrari stable definitely I mean it always has been. We've probably sold more. What we have sold more California's spiders than anyone anyone? They just embody everything great about a two fifty Ferrari either sensational looking. They sound great. They're funded Dr Open on Air Monitoring v Twelve to tell our listeners. What's the difference just in a nutshell? An elevator explanation of the difference between short wheelbase and long wheelbase. Well the long wheelbase cars came first. I they were Late fifty seven through sixty one sixty two. I believe the Ferrari interacts will probably tell me exactly what one one month and everything else but Somewhere you know. Basically yeah fifty fifty eight to sixty sixty one. The short wheelbase cars were Few a few inches shorter they theoretically handle better and are a little bit lighter and everything else and therefore they are worth more in in the market but a lot of us like actually the long wheelbase cars they. They're just so pretty. Though the length of that chassis length the design and Fitz covered headlights yeah. The headlights are either covered headlights. Or Open headlight in the the delta. The price difference for covered headlight. Cars is is huge. Used to be just a million dollars. Now I think its multimillions beyond that becomes. There are just so much fewer buyers for open headlight cars than covered. headlight cars. I it's it's not a matter of price it's just some people won't buy an open. headlight car you get people who try to change the personality of the car and put a closed headlights headlight car. Yeah definitely we have car It at our a pebble beach sale in two thousand nine which was converted from. Open headlight to covered headlight. And the converted cars worth basically what it would have been worth as an open headline headline car so at the time it was probably a million dollars less. I think nowadays. It'd be a lot less. And of course now it will cost the guy at least a half million to convert back to the way it should have been in the first place. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah exactly and you can't bring a car like that two pebble and not on the lawn of Pebble Beach. It would not be accepted probably. Yeah so oh it's all purely aesthetic. I mean it's just. It's just that the covered headlights are prettier from a functionality. Point of view I think actually they opened had like cars. People said that if if you're driving them at speed at night the open had like cars. The light is projected clear and their their their their superior. So the racers like the open headlight. Cars better better purely from you know if they're driving night for competition but to look at. There's no question about at the cover to light. Cars are are what's most beautiful. That was then and this is now. Yeah exactly exactly. So when you look at that car and you knew you were auctioning that car. Yes at this event. Did you have an immediate thought in your mind on what its value. Well you should be and who should buy. Yes we all. Well Yeah I always and and my team we always look at the cars and we we have we come up with a list of people that we think would be interested in and then we also absolutely come up with pricing and our estimate on the car was eleven to thirteen it sold for under that price point nine nine point nine. Yeah Yeah and that was the market. Speaking didn't speak terribly loudly. Silly silly pretty good. It's still a lot of money. Car sold previously. Yes that card sold previously in the nines. Not Too long ago. Yeah someone just bought it and turned it right around. Well they bought it and then they put a bunch of money. In restoring emotion. Products Restoration is not for the faint of heart now. And that's there were seats sir. Inches thick at Old New York yellow pages. Yep Yep exactly yeah but beautifully done just gorgeous gorgeous. Yeah that's that's the way you WANNA of if it's not Absolutely original you. Want him perfectly restored. That's right yeah. That was a great sale. Yeah and he had some other Ferraris to obviously there was a series woman. Cab that Did Not due to Chablis I believe that's a record for series one Cabriolet We sold for six point eight and that is a real interesting kind of comparison. That is is a good bit less than the California. But it's basically the same car different coach builder. One is the California Scalia. Eddie the series one PININFARINA. There are a lot of people that prefer the PININFARINA bodied cars. When they were new they were a lot more expensive now? They were pretty housands of day. You know I think Eh a series one was twelve thousand dollars a year. Okay there and then California was nine or something so They were a lot more expensive higher. Build Quality Polity They are stunning. It is interesting. How time has made the California the more valuable car? It's got a name that is easier to digest adjust and explain for a lot of people say California's Spider. You can say that they know what if you say serious one PININFARINA Cabriolet all kind of little more a a little more of a tongue twister. Yeah Yeah but nothing. The cars are sensation on your. Pf Cab David. Can you tell us a little about your your process with series reads one where you're going to photograph it. You're going to possibly develop a video. You obviously look at its heritage in previous sales and I guess you look into its restoration quite a bit need. T- tell us a little about your step by step process of. It's not so easy to take a car. Put It on a stage and have someone walk away having spent and six million plus. It's not easy which is fine. That's okay otherwise Everybody would everybody would be doing it looking at that series one. That's a.

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Cuba Gooding Jr. pleads not guilty to new sexual misconduct charges

On The Edge With Thayrone

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Cuba Gooding Jr. pleads not guilty to new sexual misconduct charges

"Arraignment day again for actor Cuba Gooding junior pleading not guilty to the news sex abuse charges that delayed a previously scheduled trial defense attorney mark Heller calls it a malicious prosecution and we are confident that as soon as this case is dismissed we will hold the city of New York and the accusers accountable for their conduct the charges stem from three women accusing Gooding of sexual misconduct in today prosecutors said more of come forward claiming he has a history of groping women the Oscar winner denies any wrongdoing he remains free on his own

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14:30 min | 2 years ago

Yasmin Khan: Stories of Recipe in a Cookbook

"Yasmin I'm so excited to be talking to you today thank you for being here thank you for having me I love your book Zitouni we had it as part of our book club a few months ago and I read what about it then and I wrote about that and I'm still raving about it I find it just to be Such a great mix of cookbook that also tells a lot of really incredible story okay so I wanted to talk to you first about your own story you have a little bit of a unconventional background for food writer and I'd love to he's here a little bit about how you found your way to food from was it a law degree that you have to begin with yeah I mean it's about as dry as you can get saying they're studying you know treaties and laws it's about as far away as you can get from like the creative intensity of of a kitchen but I think that in a way my you know connection to the food world just started from such a young age because my family grandparents were farmers and think anyone who's grown up around fresh produce it just installs in you from such a young age real reverend of I mean definitely vegetables and you know when we were you know my my family would grow rice but then also all kinds of plants they eh clients and peppers and tomatoes and cucumbers and so you know cooking a meal you know would would very much be about going off getting eggs and getting beans and getting vegetables I'm getting rice all from the land we had chickens and we had cows soya milk cow like when I was like four years old so I think that's what is my love food but it wasn't until I was older when I was around thirty that I decided to make the the the real shift I was working for a British charity in London I'd been working for nonprofits throughout my twenties for different kinds of human rights campaign groups and you know often happens for people working on this quite intense subjects I mean I was working on stuff light deaths following contact with the police or Israel Palestine or the you know the continuing occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan so I mean you know pretty heavy stuff I just ended up having like a classic burn out like I just yeah you're still pretty young at that time rate thirty yeah that's pretty young really young but enough time to start a new career yeah absolutely and go diagnosed with chronic fatigue which kind of basically leaves you with very little energy to do anything but I could cook and it was during that purser healing from the illness and recovering the I. Refound my love of food and as part of my time off for my job going to Iran to spend some time with my grandmother my grandfather recently passed away and and while I was there I set myself this task of asking different family member is what their favorite recipes were and if they would show them to me and while we were cooking together I just stick my iphone down and record what we were saying and and I did the opportunity when we were in the kitchen you know chopping onions or you know at an making dumplings I do not opportunity to ask them about their lives in the history and and probably the kind of conversations you'd be wanting to have even if there weren't a recorder exactly yeah when I came back to the UK after that time I suddenly realized I sitting on a treasure trove of recipes and stories that would really enable you know someone in the asked you know someone like my friends just to kind of get a glimpse of what life in Iran was like and Iran is a place with just like the most incredible Zine which I'm so thrilled in the last is you know he's been getting lots more attention but you know when the Saffron Tales came out you know which is only three years ago that you know it didn't you know it was part of that that trend I think the Saffron Tales your first book you wrote out of those stories and recipes from your time in Iran exactly and that was definitely like part memoir very much about your own lived experience and then you your second books they tune which which we're talking today is kind of much different in a way because it's not the experience that you grew up with but it's a little bit more of an anthropological look got a region So how is it different to be working on that book after your first one yeah it was it was both weedy different and really similar I mean in a thread that's run through all of my work over the last eighteen years has been a real love of storytelling and a real understanding that stories is how oh not only we better understand the world around us but we also better understand ourselves and when I was working for Human Rights Charity israel-palestine was my brief signed so I was really familiar with the place but also the food you know I was really lucky in London like I live incredibly close to the author Langi Cafe so like you know twelve hundred eighteen years ago I remember I e in kind of food and being like wow it's so similar to Persian food but then it's got so many differences and you know food from that region was already part of my culinary repertoire so when I was thinking about what book to write next you know what motivated me really clearly to write the saffron tales was deep desired to not only celebrate the incredible culture and Food Iran but also to challenge stereotypes of how people normally perceive Iran and I think the Palestinian kitchen another place where I felt I could use food to really share stories of a place I think too often when we see depictions of places is like Palestinian communities either through very narrow political prison or it's because something really bad happened and you know of course there are huge challenges is in that region but there's also a lot of beauty of joy and a lot of great food and so you had been going to that region for work previously so that was your first exposure to it and to the cuisine there yeah so I I went in two thousand nine which is about ten years ago and I really remember it clearly because it was July so it was really hot and we was dipping in our meetings with projects that we were going to whether it was visiting olive farming communities or kind of joint and Israeli Palestinian in community initiatives and it was quite heavy stuff because it's you know region which is just yeah fraught with human rights abuse But the reason I remember it was July hi it's because I really remember in times off kind of walking through the markets and just it being packed with all this color the color and abundance of of summer whether there's that was like giant watermelons sweet Jami figs incredible like berries as I mean it was you know the the produce fell so alive and as I often say like in a region that feels like it's dying that just felt so important and you Talk a little bit about how this book is laid out because I think it's really I think it's really interesting and I learned a lot just by reading about the different regions within this region I and n how vastly different styles of food are in a in a area the size of Delaware so small yeah so talk about how you decided to put the together and how you decided to highlight these different cuisines yeah so I really see this book as a travelogue I wanna take my read on real culinary adventure through listen in kitchens so I divided the book into different chapters kind of starting kind of in the north of Israel actor I and Haifa which of these incredible seaside towns the food like how how do you describe the food there yeah so the food that and actually the food of that region the North region which is the Galilee is perhaps the most traditional Levin teen type foods so you know the the things you might think of along it's on the coast they have lots of fresh seafood perhaps likes him seabream that smothered in a gorgeous like garlic Tahini saw a recipe for that in this book there is and then just so many stuffed vegetables like stuffed bell peppers stuff eggplants Zucchini stuffed with what kinds of thing yeah stuffed cows it's I mean just like I feel like if Palestinians can stop something like they will and what are they stuffing yeah well a real variety of stuff so it can be with Rice on minced Tom Flavored with maybe nutmeg cinema and kind of a warming sweet spices sometimes it can be you know plant based with kind of chick peas and rice and and sometimes it can just be kind of rice and herbs and I think one of the things that really struck me when I was doing the research for this book is just how plant based the food is from from the both it'd be really common just to have a whole Vegan meal but without any like purposefulness about it was just an abundance of vegetables and I love the the book do divide out a whole section on the Vegan and also dairy free and gluten free menus because it does seem like it this zine just naturally lend itself to diets are particularly kind of trendy here right now I know it's funny isn't it I wonder if you know that helped to some of the trend but I think all Middle Eastern diets of very I mean the Mediterranean diet is said to be one of the best for health in the world right and I really wanted to make the book very practical because I'm a home cook you know I want people to the is this isn't a recipe book which has got you know dishes in it I mean there are few like standout dishes but it's mainly stuff that I just want people to to get home from work and unlike quickly pulled together and part of that referencing was about that because so many people I know dairy free or plant based on you know perhaps just I wanna have that choice yeah so tell me about the other regions Gallery New Orleans the Galilee and then we've got the food of the West Bank which you know if the Galilee was really green you know the the West Bank is is not it is dry it's you know it's it's you know it's huge water supply issues in the region the food there reflect that so it's a lot more grilled meats a lot more bread based as opposed to rice so we're kind of thinking about dishes such as massakin which is this gorgeous kind of marinated chicken dish that's-that's made with with all spice and Su Mac and then roasted and and the big huge flat breads and the meat juices of pulled over into the bread and then you tear apart it with your hand so interactive eating yeah or Mansa which is this kind of really Halsey lamb stew made with Jimmy which is a bit of it's kind of a strange ingredient it's it's a kind of amended way Lexus is Kinda funky the milk product yeah but fermented or dried so it's a common ingredient throughout the Middle East so you know we're talking heartier dishes and Maumee Bay and then the food from Gaza is completely different as well so Gaza is a tiny strip of land and it's on the coast the Mediterranean Sea and there the focus is on lots of like see food but also lots of the flavor palate is different so the whole eternity of Gaza and cuisine is garlic and Green Chili and dill you or beef stew that you would add these flavorings into so again just really unusual so within such a small bit of like land there were three distinct culinary identities all right we're going to take a quick break to hear from our sponsor this week's episode of the bottom teeth food cast is brought to you by targets would gather when it comes to feeding families gooding gather believes that real life and eating well should go hand in hand that good food and good people are more important then when where and how we eat that's why they created good and gather favorite flavors in selected staples made for real life in many ways we gather made with high quality ingredients and carefully crafted recipes to create better tasting food that you can be confident is a good choice for you in your family that's good engaged her new and only at target so you spend a lot of time like just talking to people while you're there I mean it sounds like from reading the book you're constantly introducing the reader to new families to people who you cooked with and telling their stories so what was the is that might be through social media I'll call out for friends of friends does anyone know anyone in an area and luckily the way the world works now you can meet people that way other times you'd be at someone's House and then they'd be like Oh well you've got to try the bakery in this town like my aunt sisters cousin runs an incredible drier and she was like just this really likes spirited young Palestinian woman you know she had right head like pomegranate tattoos like a real kind of cool artists and she was such a big Foodie so we would just drive around in her car with the windows bled down listening to music and just like visiting friends there's all visiting people I've met through social media or people

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Cuba Gooding Jr. handcuffed for arraignment, now faces 14 accusers

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00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Cuba Gooding Jr. handcuffed for arraignment, now faces 14 accusers

"Very soon Oscar winning actor Cuba Gooding junior pleaded not guilty to four misdemeanor sexual misconduct charges the original case in which is accused of grabbing a woman's chest at a hotel bar in Manhattan in June and a new accusation of pinching a woman's behind in a night club a year ago and prosecutors say twelve more women have come forward with similar stories in court Gooding's lawyer called the charges a distorted overreaction and a hypersensitive climate and called good exactions similar to innocent touches by former vice president Joe Biden next court date is set for December

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The Target Food Haul Episode

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

12:06 min | 2 years ago

The Target Food Haul Episode

"Today we have target hall target we went to target some of US did some of us are just being surprised by what we got thanks apprised for one of the first times I can't wait very exciting I feel like we're making up for last time because we didn't eat anything last week on the podcast now we have like two times as many things yeah we're eating every okay so I want to jump right in but you've got something for us I assuming do all right target just launched its biggest grocery brand ever it's called good and gather now the idea behind gooding gather is great food made with quality ingredients that you can have on the table fast so there's no artificial flavors no synthetic colors are official sweeteners or high fructose Corn Syrup and they have more than two thousand items ranging from organic snacks for Salad Mixes and in meals but two thousand that's like almost grocery store in its own right like it's crazy wow that's that's amazing and I actually like that name gooding gather sometimes these names are just kind of cheesy it's like this I don't want to I don't want to offend anybody but they simply also how different is this because they had simply balanced right those are the ones that they still have that it's a little different I'm not sure sounds like you need it sounds cool trying some today right Excited amy would it know though I glanced ahead because I thought we might get that question are we trying today we're excited no working so we're going to just jump right and where are you going to start today by the way with fridge finds things that you find in the refrigerated section at target we're going to refrain from calling at target the people still know people that that I don't know we don't we don't say that here it's tar get forget so the first thing we are starting with archer farms stuffed chicken breasts cutlets and they are stuffed with you wanNA guess Mozzarella and gloves close asparagus John Cheddar each piece has only one hundred seventy calories five grams of fat twenty nine grams of protein three smart points we added uh-huh were points as we did for those who love us and love weight watchers so it takes about twenty five to thirty minutes in the oven you should know this so it's not like a goodin gather it but then you have to cook it cooking but it's hands off time you don't have to do any of the stuffing rolled up this looks like way leaks like a piece of twine line that we're not supposed to eat see it maybe it is I don't know yeah like they tied it up it might be tied up bound and gagged bonus you miss no it's a it's a stuffed chicken breasts let's describe this it's like a chicken breasts that has been seasoned it comes completely raw and then you cook it with you know in the oven it's got the stuff in the middle how are we going to do this we just going to pass around the plate let's rally grabbing I don't see any Cheddar well this cheddar stuffing's a little well it really mostly chicken you know what it is it's like folded on top of it it's not in the middle grab some green beans asparagus spare guy Ma that's really coming very tasty taste fresh I feel like they did a good job seasoning which is a common mistake I know and it's not overly salty it's like a nice tiny touch of Cheddar the tastes they taste good there little overcooked Irby I like it I feel like that's a great dinner option if you're kind of bored with the average chicken dinner so you just pop it in the oven for what like fifteen minutes to thirty Don Juan and then you're done it's awesome but at one hundred seventy calories the stats are really really good so I like this a lot yeah I do like that. They didn't go overboard on the Cheddar because they could have made this fatty fat McFadden could've they didn't they did not do that. 'cause it's archer farms we like archer Barnes and we trust them but that's not is that a target bread exclusively exclusive target simply balanced now good and excellent okay next up this is no evil now remember the less of Lesser Evil or they make snacks right yeah next I like them but this is no evil foods there it's called plant meet that does not sound so appealing but it's no chicken comrade clock shredded strips one hundred thirty calories one gram of fat no evil this premise recommended by the newman sisters yeah it looks a little intimidating I have to be honest with you it looks frightening it looks like Cook Jerky I'm going to try to exactly what it looks like you know chicken plant meet actually hold on I'm Aaron recommend trying it with twenty barbecue sauce really really like it in the skillet per the package directions the texture a little bit odd but it tastes good it tastes like chicken really with us all the way it looks them eat it with your eyes closed Jimmy he's with this barbecue use sauce face for radio do you think lesser evil is annoyed that they didn't think to make themselves no no I don't know because there is no such thing is a snack that's no evil and I think this refers to the fact that no animals are harmed Lawley is shaking to that and approval yes I like it again no evil oh foods plant meat no chicken comrade clock shredded strips that's a mouthful literally and we will link you to their website because it's not just a target what else did they make. Let's see the stallion Italian sausage hit boss pulled pork we can do a rocky reference I'm in this is cool I like this brand I like it no evil thumbs up okay next up we're trying our first good and gather item Yea good and gather mild sweet onion salsa I do like sweet onion I do like salsa mild is okay this one has died Mehta's onion Jalapeno salon show you like Cilantro right I love you're not in the camp where it smell or taste no taste ooh wow brim thin and falling all over my show notes re kind of looks like the Salsa we got from all it does actually it looks like how long I'm GonNa get up and grab from Jamie computer to be eating with carrots I like it it's a little salty two little salty but and it's very very onion but I like it it's it's different I feel like I would use it as a sauce more than US also I would use it both ways I would use it it also depends if you salsa that's more like less chunky big league unique days fresh funky fly and remember we're in the refrigerated section yes ten calories zero fat zero smart points by the way the no evil cluck cluck cluck cluck chicken it had to smart points a bar do very much of Argon okay we are moving on onto a new Yogurt Chill Bonnie Vanilla Greek yogurt with cashew butter. Are you so excited mikey loves Gert I've been waiting for like the yogurts with the the nut butter I tried them no and the stats are really surprisingly reasonable so that they that container that single serve container has one hundred sixty calories six grams of fat and eleven grams of protein at six points okay let slightly high right like it's high in the points department but await Ahmed at it ooh it's got giant swirls while leases making it swirl I am making its swirl look at talented I am is that the nut butter at the bottom is that swirling in I'm trying to mix it around what flavor is this cashew Butter Without Anneli Yogurt Oh okay spoon that is interesting it's interesting because like I'm a huge fan of cashews but I like it and did they have a peanut butter version I wish they did let's say it's not bad is it like it's great I don't know cashew butter is this is so interesting so they have a Hazelnut Butter version with Chocolate Yogurt they have an almond butter version but no peanut it's not bad interesting feels gimmicky it's not amazing do you think it's amazing no and I I love peanut butter like I don't get not a huge cash a fan love cashews I don't get such cashew flavor I don't get a huge vanilla flavor I would not purchase that there's better it's not terrible but there's you better Trapani out there that is true I do Johnny and they have great options that's just okay okay we are onto frozen who's feeling ready to be Um burn out berea prior scarves I up simply balanced organic keen Wa spinach garbanzo beans red peppers and onions seasoned blend okay so this is a meal starter kind of thing and what that means is like you know at some protein comes in a bag it's like a blend of grain and veg and whatever else he wanted to but we're going to try this chemo grain I feel like I heard it was a seed or son they would you like the Quinoa Salad Quinoa Salad I heard that like eight times I was like it's technically a flowering plant Oh she's young all right let's talk calorie count about this show one hundred and fifty calories a cup four and a half grams of fat four grams of fiber five grams of protein four smart points so I would like beef that up with more vegetables and some chicken but it's good I like it more than I thought I would it's well seasoned they did a good job there friends no more not but yeah and more spices if you want not too shabby and that's another house brand so that's exclusive at target simply balance and next up this is not a house brands as a brand from our past del Monte Veggie Veggie and Mozzarella Bites cited for this Oh wow this just seems like a decade the little fine for us it's like an odor of situation it's like a little fried stuff that looks good look at this stuff veggies what type of veggies and Mozzarella five pieces one two three four five they're pretty big five pieces to forty calories seven grams of fat six grams of fiber grams of protein eight smart points I feel like I have to look at it and tell myself it's forty eight calories apiece because to forty s intimidating for it's like a miniature hop pocket that's so it is it's like the world's cutest little pocket it's so good Manuchehr mythology that is really really good here's the thing this is not an everyday food for me this is like a treat food that I taste at work I probably wouldn't have it at my house but it's it's not a bad option especially if you have kids it's a good snack for them it's not unhealthy it's not overly high in

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Judge allows Cuba Gooding Jr. groping case to go forward

Sean Hannity

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Judge allows Cuba Gooding Jr. groping case to go forward

"On York City judges denying actor Cuba Gooding junior is motion to dismiss a groping case that was brought against him the Oscar winner stands accused of forcibly touching a woman at a Manhattan rooftop bar in June court documents show there were two witnesses who say it never happened and video from the bar to prove it case is set to go on trial sometime early

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"gooding" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"gooding" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Mysteriously out for the next week and a half. Rhonda McDaniel, the care of the RMC will join gene, Bill this morning at eight forty five. She's gonna talk about Sanders leaving and the president's huge twenty twenty announcement rally in Orlando set for next Tuesday. What a Republican calls an historic day, a democrat calls a waste of time today. Governor Rhonda's Santa's will sign a Bill banning sanctuary cities. The Bill makes it illegal for cities, to ignore federal request to hold suspects who are in the country illegally. White House is blaming Iran for the attack on to commercial tanker ships, sailing Thursday in international waters in the Gulf of Oman, and the Pentagon has released evidence here is central command has released video. It says shows Iranians removing unexploded mind from one of the two oil tankers attacked on Thursday taken from US. Surveillance aircraft. The video shows in Iranian boat, pulling alongside the tanker nine hours after the initial explosion, apparently to remove evidence, tying the attack Horon, Centcom also released photos, showing the unexploded mine attached to the ship's whole, we Martinez, ABC news. Washington girl accidentally setting yourself on fire and Broward County last night or fault. Fort Lauderdale home firefighters believed. The girl used to lighter to set a bottle of rubbing alcohol on fire, and then dropped the bottle. She suffered second degree burns over thirty percent of her body and is in the Miami burn center this morning. Actor Cuba, Gooding junior, pleading not guilty to accusations that he inappropriately touched a woman, turn himself into the NYPD special victims unit on Thursday afternoon. His attorney Marc Keller says his client did nothing wrong. The Gooding is very.

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"gooding" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"gooding" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Place on the part of Gooding, the actors accused of groping a thirty year old woman Sunday night at the magic hour rooftop bar and lounge on seventh avenue. The supreme court expected to decide today whether to hear an appeal in the bridge gate case in two thousand sixteen both Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni were convicted on multiple counts of fraud and civil rights violations after the former Governor, Chris Christie administration aides were accused of purposefully realigning, the lanes on the George Washington Bridge, causing four days of gridlock. Traffic in fort Lee, New Jersey in two thousand thirteen prosecutors said that Kellyanne Baroni we're enacting political payback against fort Lee's, Democratic mayor for not endorsing Christie, both defendants want their appeal heard before the nation's highest court and now a way to decision. I'm James flippin. W O, R news. Jury deliberations begin today in the trial of five minute accused of killing Bronx teenager junior goose mon- Felise. The attack was caught on video. Stunning the city it showed Guzman Felise running for his life and seeking protection at a Bodega. The prosecutors say the suspects mistook junior for a rival gang member, and brutally stabbed him to death. The. Defenses argue the defendants only wanted to rough him up and intimidate him and not kill him a day after emotional testimony from John Stewart, a house panel is voted to reauthorize funding for the nine eleven victims compensation fund. It's expected to pass the full house next month, but Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer worries is going to get stalled in the Senate. It's shameful. There's no other word for it. Shameful? That our brave first responders have had to suffer the indignity of delay after delay after delay Schumer says, majority leader Mitch McConnell is standing in the way he's calling on McConnell to bring a clean Bill to the floor for an up or down vote elsewhere in congress. A house panel taking action against two members of the Trump administration. We have twenty four as the house oversight committee voting to hold attorney general William bar in commerce secretary Wilbur Ross in contempt of congress for failing to turn over subpoenaed, documents related to the Trump administration's addition of citizenship question on the twenty twenty cents earlier today, President Trump has thirty executive privilege over the citizenship related documents the vote twenty four to fifteen along party lines except for Republican Representative an amok from Michigan who joined Democrats in favor of the resolution, Michelle Franzen, ABC news..

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"gooding" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"gooding" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Gooding when they searched the area for him. Club guy. But I figured when you're out in the club, this is kind of like friendly fire like things things just get touched in a crowd. I think a lot of guys take advantage of that. I don't know what it's like to be a woman in a club. But I can only imagine that an average cloud crowded nightclub say, like Hyde Park or someplace like that probably a lot of women get unwanted physical contact. But I would assume that it's the butts probably a lot to grab a woman. Sure if she's standing right in front of you. Yeah, it's a very, very bold move to just go. Give her the old tune in Tokyo. But, but as you know, you keep your hands low, I'm not telling anybody how to do anything. But you could conceivably keep your hands low and, and get away with grabbing a woman I need to know how about of a problem. This is so I can know how much faith to lose humanity. Seventy seven five seven nine one zero two five. This happened every time there's a busy night at a nightclub, you think. Oh, yeah. You mean with women getting grabbed yeah, yes, probably not to the point where someone's doing it right to their face. Or they have to call nine one one the way Kuba Gooding junior did it. Right. That's a very, very bold. Move. It doesn't sound like him. To the point where you're calling nine one one. It's bad. Yeah. Or you're just, you know, you're looking to get somebody in trouble. But I mean can you graze boob without an accident? You know what just being an accident? You would hope I think there as unintentional grazing. If your dancing you should be dancing with anybody only grazed by say, but great the way the story goes down. They make it seem like Kuba just reached out and just honked. Which you cannot do a bad bad thing. And I guess it kinda depends on what kind of club you're at, you know, if it's like a like a meat market, if you will probably a lot of Hansie guys. But like you know if you're at if you're at the castle say, not a lot of groping going on. People. Yeah. It's a very, very diverse in welcoming crowd. Nobody's there to grope anybody else. Everybody's just uplift, everybody. There's a lot of, you know, wearing black and, you know, hey, you're, I'm wearing a black glove. Whereas my hand who knows? I'm touching your butt. Know that no, this doesn't sound like it was any sort of incidental groping. I don't know if it was a server, but it says the woman was bringing glass of water when he grabbed her breasts. He was going for the water or what if he's out of Casta tip. And he just wants go. I tell you what, the tip, here's a grope from Cuba Gooding junior. That's ten bucks. And this sounds like kind of hang out. It's like a rooftop bar. This is doesn't necessarily sound like the type of nightclub where your shoulder to shoulder and everyone's grinding on everybody. Sounds a little more casual and laid back than that. Yeah. So he's way out of line. But sounds like John berry, the guy. Well, I mean, I, I would think if Kouba was groper, we probably would have heard about it up until now. Like if you get drunk in, you grope you're probably gonna get labeled a drunk groper, but don't do that. Just don't don't do that. He looks wasted. Everyone's saying he's wasted. There's other pictures from the night where he looks wasted. And the person was supposedly he didn't ask for water. This girl was bringing water because he seemed to be so wasted. Once again, a good deed. No good deed, goes unpunished. I mean, you're offending the man though you're saying sober up and he said, I'll show ya. I need to Rupp. Do you feel capable guys on us? I know you're not Mike. Do you feel capable of being so drunk that you could grow up a women's breast full honesty me? Yeah. Under oath. Hell, yeah. I mean, I don't know what's what you look disappointed disappointed. I just don't think he really thought about it before you answered. I don't know how drunk very really, really drunk stinky, drunk like manna Schevitz, two bottles down. I could see myself groping somebody. I know. Thank your wife, no. Could do it to Mike. And, you know, like just to, to fistful or. Hong Kong one on each side. How do you envision a going down? I'm saying, like, if I got really, really drunk and, you know, she was just being her normal self jacket. Maybe but if she if she if she was flying in your face. So. It's on a sexual thing with somebody, I know, I don't think I could ever have an EMMY to go up to somebody. I don't know. It's almost worse that, you know, keep your victims close to home doing. I haven't guys haven't done anything. So I just want to put that out there. Yeah, you would rather do it to someone you know than someone. You don't just I'm money. You know that feel like. And then someone will be my hair. I mean, I've watched a lot of SVU. They do usually pick victims that are that is true choke slim if he does choke slam. It'd be like a funny thing. You would be a fun thing. Probably grab a package. Grab a who. With your hands. How you see this drunk groping taking place not on each other per se. But unless you're okay with going on here. You know those, those physical. Hey, you know what's going on? Now, I'm drunk, you know, that's an interesting technique, is that when the? Yes. So you wouldn't do it in a romantic sexual way. Just be like what's up? Oh, yeah. Not a no. Hey, what's up buddy up, just because I'm drunk and I don't know what's going on. Fun. Are you going to drink on Friday? A medication. So, yeah, it said on the bottle, do not drink do not drink. Don't take bro. Hell. Yeah. Yeah. I wanna fall down the stairs on Friday. To live a low. Got set up who got set up how Kuba here's me. Thank you, bringing him the water. She's bringing in the water she's holding it close to her booth. And as he reaches for it. She moves the glass away, and he goes on Bupe. All right. And what would she stand to gain? I'm not saying you're wrong. What would you stand stand to gain from from tricking Kuba into grabbing her boob? Shea labels, Kuba, grabber, and maybe get a pay out from. Okay. All right. Yeah. I mean that's not out of the question. It's not we're in a weird era when it comes to such thing. So thank you, sir. Appreciate that seven two seven five seven nine one or two five and eight hundred seventy seven five. I like how passionately sets that it would not be his wife that he would grow up. I mean he gets those things all the time. No, it's my wife, cut me off. She told me, I'm only allowed to have relations with our one time a day. So I didn't know that we have this new policy. So she's completely over me. I thought that was funny. One time a day yesterday, she told me like that's it for seconds. Yeah. That's enough. Like just one time of day go. Yeah. That's my policy. We only let people call one time a day. Wow. You really well, look at your peril, these days it. It's not about that. It's just that I didn't know I didn't know anybody has to have a policy in place where one time a day. She's got things to do that. Wasn't that wasn't an vows? I mean you should just take that road. You got last week. And just, you know, consider that a win for a couple of it was a win for that day. John, you know, we move onto the next day and boom, we are our needs are reset. So you know, she's gotta get with the times what time was the first time. And then what time did you go back around to thank you? I'm learning from you. Oh, it was probably around a one pm the first time. Yeah. And then when when, when did you go, you know, go sniffing around for seconds probably about, like probably tried about from eight pm to about ten thirty pm. That's plenty of time to rest up. I will say, yeah. You know what you're in the right on this one. Usually, I like to side with her though. When Kush puts it down. I mean, she just she could physically not be ready to snap. Over the nausea firm, these twenty four hours. I don't know if it's snapping back to, you know, get reaches at the mercy of Murray. Nobody wives of BDO pot and stuff. Concerning. The okay. Put.

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Denver residents vote on whether to decriminalize 'magic mushrooms'

Here & Now

04:04 min | 2 years ago

Denver residents vote on whether to decriminalize 'magic mushrooms'

"Will vote Denver deciding today whether to become the first US city to drape decriminalize the use of hallucinogenic mushrooms the measure on today's ballot would bar officials from spending. Resources to impose criminal penalties for personal use and possession of the drug. Joining me now is every Lil from Colorado public radio. Hi, every hi, Jeremy and first of all just give us the one on one on magic mushrooms suicide mushrooms are psychedelics that can cause loosen Asians and along with several other psychedelics. They were made federally illegal in nineteen seventy so's Ivan as a schedule one drug, so that's the same classification as heroin and cocaine obviously, some people who use them or using them wreck your recreationally, but there's also been quite a bit of research in the last couple of decades into their potential medical use specifically for mental illness and the US Drug Enforcement Administration. Does warn though that large amounts of slow saving can cause panic attacks in psychosis. And that an overdose can be deadly. Now this initiative that's on the ballot today. Invent Denver doesn't actually legalize the mushrooms. The goal is just to deep prioritize to the greatest extent possible. The criminal penalties for using and possessing the mush. Shrooms? How would that work, right? The municipal election, obviously, can't change state or federal law. So the ballot measure if it passes it will still be illegal to possess or use like mushrooms but this initiative could reduce drug arrests. So essentially at a directs law enforcement to focus his attention on every other crime Gooding jaywalking before it enforces laws that make magic mushrooms illegal. Jaywalking would be a higher priority. Interesting where did this initiative come from? What's the argument in favor of it? So the group campaigning for this measure is called decriminalized Denver, and they tried to get the measure on the ballot last year and failed. But this year, they got the signatures they needed so they're pointing to potential medical benefits and the FDA granted so's siphoned based treatment for depression breakthrough therapy status. That's a process that expedites the development and review of new treatment. Johns hopkins. Researchers also found some evidence that suicide and could help treat some forms of anxiety and depression. And the campaign manager Kevin Matthews actually credits suicide with saving his life. When he struggled with depression. So people are pointing to those two potential meta medical benefits is what they're grounding their campaign. And what about the opposition differs mayor Michael Hancock opposes the ballot initiative beyond that there's not much if any vocal opposition coming out of Denver. The public had the opportunity to submit comments on the ballot initiative and no-one submitted a comment against it. Probably the most prominent opposition voice has been this intense institute, and that's a Colorado Christian university think tank based in Lakewood, Colorado, and that's just west of Denver and Jefferson County, and they're concerned about safety as well as the area's reputation as sort of drug haven is there any indication of whether this is going to pass today. People in favor of the measure have certainly been more vocal than those opposed. And we know that the decriminalize Denver group got more than five thousand validated signatures from city residents to get the question on the ballot. But more than seven hundred thousand people live in the city of Denver. So whether or not. Have gathered enough momentum for the initiative to pass. I don't think we could say until we see the results and Abbas the reason that everybody is paying attention to this so closely today's because Colorado is one of the first states where marijuana became legal. And now that has happened all across this country. People are wondering whether this idea of decriminalizing hallucinogenic mushrooms is going to become something that other states do right? And there's definitely interest in other states. The Republican lawmaker in Iowa recently proposed a Bill to legalize slow Sivan for medical use inter move it from I was list of controlled substances in a group in California tried to get into criminalization on their question on their ballot in two thousand eighteen but they didn't get enough signatures. So whether or not it's gaining traction. It certainly has some interest that is Avery Lil from Colorado public radio as we wait to see what voters in Denver decide today that could be the first city to decriminalize the use of hallucinogenic mushrooms every

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John Singleton, Director And Janet Jackson discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

05:23 min | 2 years ago

John Singleton, Director And Janet Jackson discussed on Lori and Julia

"You know, yesterday, we knew that John singleton family was taking him off of life support. And of course, he is the director filmmaker first movie kind of his like a Cinderella story with his first success in Hollywood. And we'll let I think this use the today show audio really doesn't. His life all of those rare films both reflected and defined the times nineteen Ninety-one boys in the hood about three teenagers growing up during the drug and gang violence in south central LA, the movie critical and commercial hit giving a twenty minute standing ovation at the canned film festival. It's director John singleton who twenty four became the youngest and the first African American to be Oscar nominated for best director and best original screenplay. I think that I came along at the right time and moment in history. Singleton died Monday at fifty one his family taking him off life support. After suffering a stroke earlier this month this morning tributes pouring in for the groundbreaking director producer and screenwriter actor Samuel Jackson tweeting overnight he believes the trail for many young filmmakers rest in peace. Brother, gone way too soon. Janet Jackson posting you gave. Me my first movie role, my first Oscar nomination and so much more. I will miss you. John. Oh, and she was she was so great. That was I don't know if you ever saw that you might have your first baby Justice. Yeah. It was a good movie. And like here's a lot of like so boys in the hood. Not only had basically gave Cuba Gooding junior junior ice cube put them on the map. But Angela Bassett was in that movie. Lawrence Fishman Morris, chestnut, Regina king NIA long. And he. It was such a huge huge success because he wrote the screenplay and directed it. And he was so young. And right. You know, I think Spike Lee might have been like one of his instructors at UC at film school like that he took a that's how those two cross pair. But he he has production company new deal entertainment became the training ground, basically for young black executives and an obligatory. Stop for black music stars who wanted to have an acting career. So. That's how is cube ended up there right pack, and you know, I just didn't I didn't know really that much about him to be honest. This morning to access Hollywood and one of the young men on their talked about that got Evans. Yes. Got it. He just talked about how he remembers how impactful it was the first time. He's not boys in the hood hearing, people seem both spilling. They spoke in the neighborhood and black community. Yeah. And he had black storytelling that had never been told her before cinema, Shannon late and black narratives in the nineties, and they just needed that pioneering voice because it wasn't inclusive at all, and and just everything that he did and how well loved he was by everyone, and how family oriented, and I mean, he MARTINI and a green light for three movies in five years by the age of twenty six at Columbia, which at the time the studio chief was stewed by the name of Frank price who is a political conservative, but he believes strongly in John singleton's talent and family oriented social messaging was behind him. And then down way down the road in two thousand and five for the movie, hustle and flow. John singleton was the reason why that movie got made. And of course, you know. That's how tries you Henson was first you nominated, but you know, it took a long time even after that for her to be recognized all of that. But anyway and boys in the hood was registered with the national film registry. In two thousand and two as a significant piece of art and. He was directing all kinds of TV shows. Billions more if you want. Okay, let's go that role in nineteen ninety three's. Poetic Justice, a film that also helped introduce young to puncture core to a mainstream audience in all singleton directed more than ten films from groundbreaking films like higher learning to blockbusters like the two thousand remake of shaft and too fast. Too furious. Single talking about his career here on today back in nineteen Ninety-three. My goals are just to make phones that have a lot of heart and that ordinary people can identify with more recently singled him focused on television directing of shows including impact and billions he co created the FX series snowfall a look at the crack cocaine epidemic of the nineteen eighties in Los Angeles. His family releasing a statement on Monday honoring the director saying impart John passed away peacefully surrounded by. His family and friends. We again want to all of John's fans, friends and colleagues for all the love and support. And today, they also released a statement urging black men to get their blood pressure

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Iran, United States And Corps Gooding discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Iran, United States And Corps Gooding discussed on The Takeaway

"On Monday, the United States government made it unprecedented move against Iran. Mm announcing our intent to designate the Islamic revolutionary guard corps Gooding. It's good force as a foreign terrorist organization accordance with section to nineteen of the immigration and nationality act secretary of state, Mike Pompeo there. This new label for Iran's Islamic revolutionary guard corps or the I R G C goes into effect in one week and represents the first time the US has ever officially labelled part of another government military a terrorist organization. This designation is a direct response to an outlaw regime and should surprise. No one label imposes sanctions on the financial assets of the I R E C and in response, Iran designated, the United States military as sponsor of terror. The moves are just the latest signs of escalating tensions between the US in Iran in recent months.

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The devastating sensation of pain

Invisibilia

03:18 min | 2 years ago

The devastating sensation of pain

"Once I was sitting with a hero of mine an older man who been part of the civil rights movement and helped bring healthcare to hundreds of poor communities, but who managed all of his do Gooding with a wicked sense of humor. He was one of the most prolific and artful customers I've ever known. By the time of this meeting. He was in his nineties. So we had a long list of health problems. And the pains that go with them. He was talking about these problems, and they were all very serious. His back was a mess a disc broken loose from the pack and was bulging out so far. He could hardly walk. He had cancer and was short a couple of organs. So he carried a bag on his hip to catch his urine. But it sometimes rubbed making even sitting uncomfortable. Also, his is there is a pressure on his left one. Couldn't see. I loved this, man. I'd known him since I was little and intellectually I could tell that he was suffering. The problem was that I had a hangnail this tiny piece of skin about the size of green of rice on the outside of my ring finger, and it was actually hurting me a sharp stabbing sting the completely dominated my attention. I kept looking at it and the small red patch that surrounded so what he was describing was muted and distant someone talking through a wall. He had a pain I had a pain, and what's a hangnail compared to cancer nothing. But it didn't matter. Pain is easy to dismiss an other people, but our own pain has a way of grabbing our attention and holding it like a vice when paint takes us. It's hard to turn away. Welcome to the fifth season of this Bill. I'm HANA Rosen. And I'm Elise Spiegel. In visibility is a show about all the invisible forces that shape human behavior. Our thoughts are motions our expectations. And today, we have a story about the complicated relationship between pain an attention. The story starts as a medical mystery. But then it becomes something else. A story not just about one person's pain. What about the pain and all of us and how an obscure bureaucratic shift help transform something as personal and intimate as our own hurt. Stick around. Okay. So lease is going to be telling the story today. It begins a suburban one story bungalow just outside. Phoenix. Arizona just a note because it involves minors and medical information. We're not gonna use last names here is a lease. There's a before. And there's an after in the before it was a relatively normal night. The night that any fourteen year old girl might have definite dinner and watch TV should small unremarkable interactions with her family. Her father her mother, her older sister wasn't there around ten Devon decided to turn in in the bathroom. She brushed her teeth

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"gooding" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"gooding" Discussed on KOMO

"Gooding food and medical kits has arrived at the Colombian Venezuelan border. Many Venezuelans are demanding that President Nicolas Madura allow the aide to come in. But he sent the military to block it. Journalists. Cody were Dell is there? There's really an upbeat atmosphere. Almost a festive atmosphere people are excited because they feel like this is already over like mother does days really are limited. I spoke to several people who said, you know, he has a few months here and people feel like for the first time, Nicolas Madura doesn't have a way to hang on. The US says issued a new warning for Madero to step down immediately Elliot Abrams. The chief us diplomat overseeing relations within his Wayland says the end game for him should be to leave power. The sooner the better because his own situation is only going to decline the longer he clings to power in Washington. They're now just eight days away from another possible government shutdown. House speaker Nancy Pelosi sounds optimistic that a funding deal can be reached speaking to reporters Thursday. She had one message for. President Trump who previously said he believes the seventeen person negotiations have a fifty fifty shot at success. She said just let them do their work. And hopefully, they'll there will be some good news in a short period of time Pelosi and Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell have said they will approve whatever the committee agrees to but the president insisted that anything short of wall funding was a non starter. A key house panel is meeting to take its first steps toward getting access to President Trump's tax returns. No, a book binder and executive director of citizens of responsibility and ethics in Washington has talked about that the president calls the investigation into his finances. Presidential harassment. The Senate Judiciary committee has approved William bars nomination for attorney general a full Senate will now vote on the nomination on Wall Street today. The Dow lost two hundred twenty points. You're listening to ABC.

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"gooding" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"gooding" Discussed on CarCast

"I think comes in four colors, but they'll custom make your colors. Well, just so much better than wraps will talk about it in a few minutes. So you're at the auctions. Yes. I mean, there's a lot going on in Arizona. I went to Barrick Jackson and Gooding and RAM did not get a chance to go to Russo or Bonham's. But those three are kind of a staple for me. When I go out there. Bring a buddy with me Tyson, and we hit up all of those. And and if we we plan things, right? We can jump back and forth to a few of them. They're they're, you know, they're all within twenty minutes of each other can take so win over to our M and Gooding for for the previews, and then went over to bear it and then walked the aisles, they're the big slung collection over there. And then. Went back over one of the nights to watch. Some of our am I ended up watching a lot of the prewar car stuff? So it was more social hour that it was auctioned. Our for me. But I wanna say between those three just those three auctions not including Roussin Bonham's. It's probably two hundred twenty million dollars of sales. It's funny. Car auctions are sort of like one time for Father's Day. I think it's right on Father's Day. I took my dad to the playboy Chaz festival. I never do anything for him because he doesn't deserve it. But but you're like I knew I knew I knew a guy playboy I I knew a guy at the Hollywood bowl. He's like I'll get you tickets anything you one time. And I said all right. My old man loves jazz. And we never do anything for Father's Day. So I'll take him to the playboy jazz festival which is going to the hallway bowl is already a lot. Like, yeah. Yeah. So we went to the Hollywood bowl and went to the playboy jazz festival jazz razzle back when Bill Cosby was on top of his game. He would like hosts that dang. Yeah. And. The jazz start at noon, and like Dizzy Gillespie would be coming out at nine pm to close thing. Okay. So you just kinda show up when you show up. Yeah. And my dad like showed up like two in the afternoon, and we watched like an hour and a half a fucking world music eighty-five fuck and people come in there and ceremonial garb to bunch of backup singing for like Paul Simon and my dad's kind of old school. And so am I like, where's the jazz? Yeah. We're not here for the fucking world music. That's gel shit. I want jazz. And yeah, it's in the title. And then after that the next group because they had like run groups, you know, like world views from one to two thirty two thirty three they had slick guy. Modern jazz were like blonde guy in his late twenties place, miniature saxophone and other guy plays keyboard with the strap around his neck, and it's like progressive fusion. Any whatever. And it's like. We got like an hour and a half a fucking world me and sick. And then an hour and a half a cool guy progressive jazz. And then my dad like looked at me like you wanna go. Yeah. We just laughed. We didn't see one fuck and stand up bass, right, right? One trumpet old trumpet, and we saw no jazz jazz. Well, we saw jazz where we saw the kind of shitty jazz. It wants to see. And so if you're if you time it wrong, you could show up with the Chitty Chitty bang bangs. Yeah. And then you discuss their drinking. Yeah. Well, that's the easy part. Right. That's easy part over there. But there were good events. More. No reserve cars happening all the auctions. And that certainly drives up drives up quite a bit of quite a bit of sales. Some pretty cool things. One of the biggest sellers was the Ferrari to eighty eight GTO. Yeah. So if you love huge outside mirrors and snow tires and a lot of room between the top of the tire on the bottom of the Fender them. That's your car people. I'm telling you, I was given that speech Tyson the whole time we saw this car twice once at Gooding and one set once at our am I've been on that car forever. Which is it looks like a fucking three. Oh, that's been breathed on a little it sits way too high the front and sits too high. The Rams are very eighties..

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