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Memphis on High Alert Following Nichols Investigation
"The 5 police officers late Friday were fired from their jobs by the Memphis police department. All of them had been on the job for just a few years, so you had 5 basically rookie cops doing a working a sting operation in a very dangerous part of Memphis. Now the young man who was who was who was killed, he is an employee at FedEx, a big time skateboarder to our knowledge did not have a criminal record. He was pulled over on a traffic violation. Now, the reporting is that these officers were in an unmarked car, and they were not wearing uniforms. And Memphis right now, I will tell you, we are dealing with a massive carjacking crisis. People are getting carjacked and shot all over the place, and it's happening everywhere, including the wealthier parts of town. So there was some sort of a confrontation between these officers not in uniform, and mister Nichols, the mister Nichols ran, they caught up with him, and that's when apparently the beating happened. And that was back on January the 7th. And the city has been hemming and hawing about releasing all of the footage. And the city is on edge. I can tell you that right now, they are bracing for what could be very, very, very bad night for the city of Memphis. People are on edge. They're just on edge. They don't know what's going to happen. I mean, God forbid antifa decides to get on the interstate and come over here. By and large, the people of Memphis are peaceful, it's a violent town, but the people are peaceful. So I can't imagine that we're going to have the city burned to the ground like they did in Minneapolis, but nobody knows. But I can tell you that everybody's ready. For whatever happened. So all you people in Memphis, UB safe tonight. And if you don't have to be anywhere, I would recommend just staying home tonight. And just play it safe.
Five Officers Fired As Sex Scandal Roils Tennessee Police Department
"I wanted to make a statement about this female police officer. They got hemmed up. For instead of serving and protecting, she was ain't gonna say that. She was doing something she wasn't supposed to be doing. She had it tooted up in the locker room instead of serving and protecting. Anybody know that slang word that means she was bumping and grinding and pumping and sweating with other police officers. On duty, like 6 of them. Like 5 or 6 of them. In the whole scandal, and she got fired. And I think they fired a couple of those officers. What a bunch of degenerates. And yeah, I'm gonna go off on this, you know, my wife, everyone when it first came my wife was like, oh, I feel so bad for her because, you know, now the whole world knows she's letting it up. But the thing is, is that I wouldn't say nothing about it if you do it in your personal life, that's on you. You wear that badge and that uniform, you need to have respect for the uniform. And for you to get popped doing something like this, you deserve every ounce of humiliation that you get. You deserve it. Now, people can forgive you, but you gotta get that smoke. Because you gotta be the craziest person on Planet Earth with the least amount of integrity. The public can not trust you. How can the public trust that you are going to uphold the constitution and that you're going to treat people fairly and you're going to do your job when you can't even keep your pants up on duty? They said that some of the situations happen in the gym at the substation. In the parking lot, you can't be serious. And the woman was married.
"hemming" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"And buck Sexton sound off. I asked people sometimes who are still hemming and hawing about this, if this vaccine, if it had been known two years ago or so, that this vaccine would increase cardiac deaths in young men by 84%, would they have approved it? The obvious answer is no, you would never give something to someone who was young and healthy and increase their risk of dying from sudden cardiac death by 84%. But people are often their responses, well, you know, I don't know COVID's pretty bad. Yes, COVID can be terrible, but we don't give people medications that kill them. That was doctor Joseph ladapo, trying to Harvard Medical School, the Surgeon General for the state of Florida, pointing out something that is I think stunning to hear even if you've been someone as we have here on this show who has been willing to show skepticism and ask questions even in the face of the overwhelming efforts of the vaccine matrix to push this on everybody, right? Even with social media clamping down, thank heavens clay, you know, we have this. We have this radio platform to be able to reach people, not a word that we say here on radio is censored. I mean, their FCC, we can't start dropping certain verbal bombs on the air. It has nothing to do with content though, that's just a word choice issue. But we've been talking about this for a long time, and I think what we see here with a lot of Poe and the situation of the vaccines, they're going to try to suppress this with everything that they have. They're going to try to say that this is not the case. This is not true. We have Alex berenson as promised with us. Now, author of pandemia, his substack. Something you should all check out and subscribe to. Mister Barron, we want to talk to you about your Twitter fight, but actually first, can you just respond, doctor ladipo is a serious guy who's been right about a lot when it comes to COVID and the pandemic. And they took this off that they've taken this study off of Twitter, what's going on here? Well, I mean, Twitter, it's weird what's happening right now. Twitter is about to get purchased by Elon Musk. And I think at this point the odds are pretty good the deal is going to go through. Elon, it's one thing. I don't think he can walk away again. And they have an agreement. He's got the money. It's going to happen. So Twitter is having this sort of fit at the end of its last days. You know, it's like the Russian armies on the outskirts of Berlin and they're in their bunker, you know, trying to do one last roundup. So they've been, you know, they've been barring people banning people sustaining people. Me, they've tried to give a strike to now under the terms of now I have ways to fight them over this. But frankly, at this point, it doesn't matter that much to me right now because of Elon. I mean, if the deal falls through, then I guess I will have to start to pursue my remedies to prevent them from suspending me. Yeah, but Alex now we also want to ask you though about the substance of what doctor a lot of post said there. Yes, yes. So now what he's said is totally right. So look, there's a number of countries that have already stopped recommending the vaccine for people under 50 basically further boosters in the case of Norway, people under 65, unless they're really ill. A chronically ill or in the case of Norway are in the second or third trimesters of pregnancy. Which is a little weird, but that's what the Norwegians say. So country, not just not just Ron DeSantis, but other countries health authorities are looking at this and now saying no more visitors for helping people. You know, healthy adults under the age of 50, 30 in some cases, teenagers for some countries. So the tide is rolling out. And that study is a good study, okay? It's observational, but the design is a good one. And heating overreach. He said, based on what I see in this data, I don't recommend that men to 39 get more mRNA shots because they have a double the risk of cardiac death. Following the shock in the four weeks falling shot. That's a pretty solid finding and there's tons of other data about myocarditis that back it up. I mean, I've spoken to he's a smart guy. He doesn't overreach and I think it's a little bit terrifying now that Florida which has a database of 20 million people is going to start to look at their database. So it's not just going to be foreign countries that are going to say, hey, our data is showing problems with the vaccine. It's going to be a big USA too. So that's what they're doing. And it's not just Twitter, right? Whenever Twitter bans something, you know, the media is suppressing this. They're ignoring it. They won't cover it. But the vaccines, as we talked about, the last couple of times, they're gone. No one's taking them anyway. So Alex, what is the long-range impact for people who got the COVID shot, right? That's at this point what I'm concerned about because a lot of people trusted the quote unquote experts. And they went out and they got their first couple of shots. They may have even gotten a booster. What is the data reflecting for them going forward, that there's about 20% of us that basically said, hey, we're never going to get it. I'm in that group. I think you're in that group. Certainly, hopefully a lot of kids are in that group younger kids. But what's the data reflecting for like my parents, who went and got the first couple of shots. And people like them. So the honest interest we do not really know. And there's a couple of reasons. First of all, something has happened, which is never happened with any other mass vaccination, which is there seem to be side effects that are occurring months or even a year after the vaccination, which the idea was we don't need to follow these for very long because it's just one or two doses of something. And every other vaccine within 42 days will see the side effects if there aren't. The problem is the mRNA vaccines don't work like other vaccines. And there is evidence that in some people, the mRNA stays in your body for much longer than they expected. And it continues actually to cause your body to produce spike protein for much longer than anywhere expected. So that's one problem. Another problem is, is there is there something with the fact that this is modified mRNA that doesn't look like natural mRNA that's causing some kind of autoimmune issues. And we don't know the answer to that. And the other reason we don't know the answer is that the scientists who should be looking at this and should be forcing the companies to look at this are not really doing so. So the data is kind of coming out in dribs and grass. Here's what I can tell you with certainty. Most countries that use a lot of mRNA have above normal excess deaths in 2022. That's what I was going to ask. That's what I was going to ask you. So sorry to cut you off there. But for our audience out there, explain what that excess death data is showing you as it pertains to 2022. Sure. So if you're, you know, it's a very basic demography. You know, countries know how old their populations are. And you can make very good estimates of you can make very good estimates of how many people are going to die every year. In various ages, okay? And so in Australia, for example, excess deaths are running almost 20% above their deaths. Overall deaths are 20% higher, almost 3% higher than they should be in 2022. And Australia, you can't say, oh, that's long COVID or that's because they're hospitals will overwhelm any of the other excuses that
Martha's Vineyard Deports the Illegals to Cape Cod
"In my fingers, grace baker just had to be the breaking news alert. It appears that Martha's Vineyard is now deporting the illegals. That's right, ladies and gentlemen, a breaking news from Martha's Vineyard. The illegal aliens, and by the way, if you listen to the mainstream media coverage, as I was doing, as I was driving back across the states of Alabama and Mississippi, if you believe the mainstream media coverage, I just thought there were idle hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens that have been dumped in Martha's Vineyard. Which, by the way, is not necessarily a bad thing, in my estimation. But it turned out to be only about 50 people that were that were sent there to Martha's Vineyard and the rich white liberals got triggered. Now, I want to try to approach this from the mindset of the rich white liberal who lives in Martha's Vineyard. Now these are the people that are out there telling all the rest of us that we are not diverse enough, we're not tolerant enough, we're not, we're not our skin shade is not dark enough. Trying to find a nice way to say it. That's why I was hemming and hawing. All the while, these people are lily white liberals. I mean, these people, the only blacks, the only people of color on Martha's Vineyard, besides Barack Hussein Obama and his wife, misses Michelle Obama. Would be the help.
Charlie Breaks Down the Latest With Pfizer and Uruguay Vaccines
"Asking questions about Uruguay and the vaccine. He says, Charlie, what's going on in Uruguay and the Pfizer vaccine? It's really confusing to me. So Pfizer, one of the major moneymakers for Pfizer is America and western nations. But part of American foreign policy, it's starting to actually work against Pfizer Pfizer is that it's likely that America tried to offer the Pfizer vaccine to other nations as an act of benevolence. As always, hey, look how great we are. However, there are some very interesting things happening in Uruguay, which is a South American country that doesn't have a lot of coverage. Honestly, I'm told that it's a very beautiful country. It's on the southeastern part of South America right between Brazil and Argentina. And Uruguay, a judge is basically starting to ask some questions. And he's saying, listen, hey Pfizer, can you give me the contents of the vaccine? And he's asking for more information. So he's basically telling asking Uruguay, what's in the vaccine? Can you give me the jab ingredients? Can you give us the internal clinical data? Now mind you. This is a small country, a not a very wealthy country that is asking questions about the preservation of their country and their citizens. They're doing their literally doing their job. And Pfizer is basically hemming and hawing. They're not responding. They're not answering plainly and bluntly. And you got to imagine that Pfizer kind of looks at this whole thing as kind of an annoyance. You got to probably imagine that, that Pfizer looks at this as kind of a man, it's like a bump in the road. It's like whatever. And so Pfizer, there's some reports that Pfizer has pulled out of Uruguay, by the way, that they have pulled the vaccine and they've pulled themselves out of it. Just to
Oh Lord, You've Searched Me and You Know Me
"Sam a 139. Or lord, you've searched me and you know me. You know when I sit and when I rise, you perceive my thoughts from afar, you discern my going out and my lying down. You are familiar with all my ways. Before a word is on my tongue, you know it completely O lord. You hem me in behind and before. You have laid your hand upon me. Such knowledge is too wonderful for me to lofty for me to attain. Where can I go from your spirit? Where can I flee from your presence? If I go up to the heavens, you're there if I make my bed in the depths, you're there. If I rise on the wings of the dawn, if I settle on the far side of the sea, even there your hand will guide me, your right hand will hold me fast. If I say, surely the darkness will hide me and the light become night around me, even the darkness will not be dark to you, the night will shine like the day for darkness is as light to you. For you created my inmost being, you knit me together in my mother's womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Your works are wonderful. I know that full well.
Comparing Redistricting Battles in Democrat and Republican States
"So if you have paid any attention to this show, you know that we have been bemoaning the RNC's lackluster attempts at staving off this onslaught, which is exactly what it is led by guys like Eric holder that have been plotting this for a long time, Barack Obama at taking over the redistricting battle that they feel like they've been losing to Republicans for decades. So guys like Eric holder spent a lot of time raised a lot of money to say that he was going to push back at the Republican efforts at redistricting. And guess what? They were largely successful. Massive losses in New York, massive losses in California, anywhere where the Democrats stronghold was the machine, where they were running the political discourse from top to bottom where they controlled the House the Senate, whatever, the assembly, the governor's mansion, they took aim and they held nothing back. Now, what did we see in GOP states, GOP controlled states? We saw feckless leadership we saw a lack of resolve we saw hemming and hawing and guess what we got worked, we got totally owned.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Is a Complete Misnomer
"The ACLU continues to give ongoing proof that it is no longer a civil rights or a civil liberties organization. It's a misnomer, the American civil liberties union is this some kind of a joke. Well, in the past it really wasn't a joke. I remember thinking back to my Dartmouth Dave, there were times when the college administration would do things to us and we would go running to the ACLU. Now we did not have a high degree of confidence that the ACLU would come and back us. And we knew that if they did back us, they would say things like, oh, well, these are right-wing extremists, but you know what even right wing extremists have the right to free speech. So, but despite the hemming and hawing, we had this belief that the ACLU being a civil liberties organization would feel some moral pressure to take our side because we were being what? Well, deprived of our civil liberties. And the ACLU on these issues. On civil liberties issues was by and large, pretty sound. In fact, ACLU took a quite extreme position defending free speech when they defended the Nazis marching in Skokie, famous case. And the ACLU has now flipped. They've gone from being pro free speech to being anti free speech. They've gone from being a pro free assembly to being anti free assembly, essentially one by one, they're giving up on all of our civil
Keith Getty Describes New Album 'Confessio,' a Love Letter to His Irish Heritage
"Book. But we're here to talk about your album. Tell us my friend. Confessio, this goes back to Irish American route. So you're in Nashville now, but you're from Ireland, and your wife is from Ireland. And talk and talk about the album, confessio, brand new album. Will you kindly interview us before sing global last year? We started the family him saying and did sing global all last year through the pandemic. And then we were honestly our heads were just fried. And so we went home for a year. So 7 days after 7 days after sing global, we flew home, 9 11. It's an easy day to remember, getting in a plane. On 9 11, we flew back to Ireland, and we stayed in Ireland for the whole year. Like John Lennox and C. S. Lewis and Allison McGrath and many other people who you know, we come from that tiny little north coast of Ireland and we spent the year there. And this album really is a love letter to that. You know, we, you know, we come from this place that Christianity is 17th centuries old that until the 1980s gave more missionaries per capita than any country in the world. South Korea and I give the most. And but also, but also this connection as you brought our four daughters who are all American citizens. He brought them back. We're all born in America. As he brought them back to their heritage and explained to them, here's been kind of donegal or John Newton's boat came in and he wrote, begun to write amazing grace. Here's here's where beat on my vision was written. And here's our culture and we began to realize that even as musicians that everything from country music to bluegrass to gospel songs to ship note hem the day to American and Appalachian music are all outgrowths of our own scotch Irish tradition that we have. And so this album was just really, I think it's a love letter to our
Have You Been Crying?
"When i get really intimidated by someone's confidence. I have this little thing i'll do is like when they're talking to me. I'll just interrupt them and be like have you been crying. Really works no matter where their had is at. It really brings them right back down to earth. I feel like when girls are super confident. Like walking around with confidence most of the time. It's because they think they're hot. You know like i'm hot. This is my world. And i don't relate to that because that's just never been my full identity like when i was a kid for example girls that i'm talking about. They were princesses for halloween every year. They were like a princess pocahontas marine. You know like. I realized the other day that one year as a child for halloween i was an old man. I had like some stringy ray. Here my dad's old shoes. Everyone's like you're weird. I was a tarantula on your okay. Just painting the scene okay and then me and these girls we just go off in different directions. Our whole lives like out into orbit. And then when your lives intersect later it's it can be very strange because super hot girls don't understand regular girls lives so they'll give you very shitty dating advice for example like they'll be like okay. He's playing you hot and cold okay. Okay chelsea they knew it you can do. Just ignore him. Just ignore him for a little bit. Trust me okay. Just thinking are hem chelsea. Throw a little bit like all right well. I haven't heard from him in five months. Thanks for the hot ugly. I hate when female. Comedians really ugly garbage. I'm just saying that like when. I get super dolled up like the best i can hope for. Is someone like maybe. She's a
"hemming" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Here we add a bottle of tech. Ron fuel stabiliser fine perfect. That's it with. We tell the customer. It's going to be long term storage. Okay fill it up all the way to the top and we're gonna put this bottle of shit nia and we're gonna charged twelve dollars so there's a Sonoko actually this is random but sonoko. They have a product. Now i got you have to go to sonoma's website but it is for older new vehicles. That are longer than three years in store. It is specifically made for stored vehicle. Where the fuel will be totally fine for three. I think it's three to five years. Which is great. Because if you have that old car that you don't drive that's a wonderful product. Yeah again. I apologize. I don't know the name of it But like you buy a bottle of it right. It's not like a special gas though. It's fuel oh it's feuds fuel so you can fill your tank with it at a stay had it's you have to. You have to buy it like a ray shop cases or something. Yeah yeah but i. I also think they do five gallon cans but it's Storing vintage cheer. Go hang on sweets. Yeah you've got something here. The sonoda sonoko sonoko surge. That's what it's called okay. Yeah yeah ours. Sonoko optima so yes. Sonoko is for classic. Cars that require Leaded fuels okay. Sure there you go. Yeah that's a good answer for anybody who's stores stuff suffer technical answer all right. Well that's our show folks follow. Mike underscore must o- on instagram. He's of course writing and doing video for hemmings and go. Check that out. You can buy his His awesome seventy six. Gmc van on hemmings auctions. A seventy-six gmc van der shorty. It looks rad september tenth. Thanks for coming down then. Do this is the first time. I've actually been in the new place with new studio. Nice i miss it. I miss this. I miss the times where we used to do. Rpm in lower manhattan serious serious radio way better way better so much fun to do it exactly thursday at two no. We don't do the fuck we want this straight through. Thank you for having me down. It's coming it's always wonderful. Things go home and do korean tacos now. I love taco. No korean talk look better. Let's do it. I saw show Tomorrow for the life people we back with larry castilla after he's taking a nap. Then we've got a crew show on thursday. And then when he got robin from cars on friday. If you're mitt robin from cars she's really interesting woman who runs a transport logistics and she's got a bunch of weird cars herself and she rule so So she's going to be in on friday and that's our show good-bye everybody have a great night drive safe by..
"hemming" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Isaac real fast. That's a good car. I wouldn't i wouldn't trade bono's for a base manual came in No i think you'd miss the power of the one thirty five. I and you've already kind of got the steering feel with miata. Yup one thirty five is a great chess a lateral move not an up or down move and i and it would cost you money right costing you money to make a lateral move is probably not good. Yeah i would say no. I would say no clutch chronicles. Do we follow watches of espionage on instagram. Cool stuff and interesting history. I've never seen that. But make a note. Please zach. I would like to follow them. Watches of sounds like shit kind of thing. I'd be into right watches of espionage sound. Let's see let's see what they see. Let's see what are they. Come up with an watches of espionage. Done it then Hang on Shit that's my watch away done. That's a rolodex that's rolex which what. Oh your sake miles. Seko's he's still have it right blue. Dial that's the shit though. That's fucking those are real money now. Those about four years ago that was worth five hundred dollars now that watches worth about twenty five hundred dollars least serious man that ever sell. It's a law. It was my dad's death will even better cancel it. Even better yeah. Let's follow watches of espionage on instagram. That sounds cool. Fuck interest hit the follow button. Let's see udo me one yo. How long does a model of carney around. Before people start celebrating its reliability. It seems like the quality gap between japanese stuff and everything is closing. It's interesting three years once. They're out of warranty that's right. That's when you start the clock. Muhammad ali said he wouldn't he never counted sit up until he started to hurt you. Don't count the reliability until it's out of warranty always in the shop while it's under warranty and also it's important to notice the difference between reliability and durability big different off the same thing jack peru throat a really good piece on the difference a few years ago reliability is a car that it's crown vic a big israel a crash a reliable car that you could drive a hundred thousand miles and not change the hamry a camera guy. Durable is a require that requires specialized maintenance. And if you do that maintenance religiously forever and durable cars technical tend to be much nicer to use an operating than purely reliable cars. Yeah but there is a difference. J. john says i respect and accept matt's position on beta testing autonomy. But i think going from that reality to everything that he lon does is a scam is excessive. The truth of the situation symbol in the middle. Okay this is a fair criticism. Based on the one sentence. I said earlier in the show. Tesla sells real products right. They've got a few cards. They're real you can buy them. Yes those are real. Each of those cars is sold with an available scam. That's correct you can click the ten thousand dollars. Self-drive full self drive option and pay them on every product they sell so every product they sell has an available optional. Scam okay. now that's just the actual pressure then there's the cyber truck and then there's hot swapping batteries right which which was a scam. That was a tax scam. They offered a massive federal tax credit. If you could demonstrate hot swap batteries you didn't have to implement it. Just demonstrate it so they built this fake swap station demonstrated that it could be done and then once they got the tax credit they shut it down and it's never been done. Solar power solar the solar roof right solar roof tiles are not real. Those are fake okay. this fucking robot thing is fake. Wasn't that the tesla's semi person in there. Yes true that was rendering and then this guy was like wasn't pretending to be a robot it was like just to get attention of like. Here's what we're eventually going to do is build a robot but that was like cooling but any amount of thought possible all the robot taxi thing. That's okay so yes. Tesla sells real but each of those products is available with scam and then everything beyond those products is a full scam so i hope that clarifies my statement. They is somewhere in the middle. You can buy a real car with an optional scam are you can invest in tesla if you believe in their scam scams. Okay travec. oh have you ever been tempted to overpay for a car because it just got under your skin for so every day. Yeah there's no question. I mean. I'm overpaid with that. I mean i think you have to quantify overpay right if the overpayment if i'm emotionally okay with that overpayment then i didn't overpay and that's most of what's happening in bidding with auctions and cars. I've put bids in on cars. Oh yeah that. I've not one i've been ultimately happy. I didn't win. If i had one i would have been like ooh yeah i. I was emotionally invested. Not just in the car but in the concept of winning. Yeah there's a. There's definitely some of that i think. So you know you brought the wagoneer. Wagoneer is a perfect example. You know forty or if somebody pays sixty thousand dollars for a wagoneer yeah like people are going to be like what you own one. Don't you want to see the has nothing to do with matt. Always not a sixty thousand dollars experience. You know what it is. It's an eight thousand but it looks good so emotionally. Yes i will for that. Yeah sure yeah You know. I almost overpaid for a ferrari. Three twenty eight. Yes yes on bring a trailer. And i lost the auction and it turned out for the best because the car ended up with even though it required a bunch of shit yeah. My net is still almost ten k. Underwear i would have been. 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"hemming" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Chris. paul show advises women steam. Jonah's wow yeah. That's with an i mean with the iron it's fabulous that's great. Let's use that because that won't somebody right out. I know you're Do the people have anything to say. We have many questions do. let's get to a few. How's your energy level. You're good man. Do a few of and we'll Won't get to as many as we can Sean says owning a v twelve has always been on my bucket list. What do you think are the cheapest. V twelve's that could be driven for a few years without being money pit. That's a let's talk about this. All the twelve's are not equal correct. Okay and when you say. I want to own a v twelve there. Like for instance like a i had a mercedes s six hundred briefly The fact that it was twelve didn't matter fuck all right why because it was a big heavy sedan that i would put it in d. And when you're tooling around town the fucking thing shift at twenty five hundred. Rpm and it just didn't matter rival mercedes s. l. Five hundred it was cheaper to run cheaper to to to to own death cheaper to buy and it was the same. It's matter and so. If you say i want a v twelve just to say i have a v twelve the cheapest one two run is probably the mercedes one from a reliability stance right probably got the bmw may unless it's connected to a manual on csl eight fifty eight fifty right which is very rare and very expensive. The jags are not by an eighties eighties. Wealth and ferraris lamborghinis cost money right. There's not a lot of other choice. Aston martin aston martin depreciate it a db dorothy at the bottom a db nine or db seven twelve. Those cars are. They're expensive to maintain but the power trains are very stout. You're not gonna blow the motor. You're not gonna blow the trans. You know what i mean. Those cars is it. More of just. The larry stuff interior upon fucking shit. It's a bunch of fucking shit okay. The vanquish my dad. Just called me in greenwich. Because you're not gonna believe this boat. The twitter's fell out on the the same day..
"hemming" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Out for your mug travel mugs handle for the mojo that rules with the quilting on the fucking engine cover back. Cbs everything works aco. Frisia out of the cabin. is it twelve. no it's one three or four think averted But it is everything. I want to see the back. Zach keep going. I want to see what the back looks like like. What are the seats in the back seat. So great or are they just a prototype. Oh will mama will not grant. Oh okay yeah. It's an old school grants the so all the speakers twitter's old school realistic radio shack style. That's hilarious and what's crazy is what's underneath that carpeting on the dash then okay. Is that data affect the dash carpet. Is there. it's so it's it's it's it's gains. You're not taking that off But stuff like this like the seatbelt that factory seatbelt hold is underneath her. Where everyone's ears are always. It's so funny because like like a miata has speakers in the headrest your ears the so when you beat kid. And he's on the floor. He cannot radio when the base hits when pink. Floyd comes on our fucking keep going. See the seats in the back. There are too many fucking only in filing highlight the whole gallery and then scroll down expand fists. They photos we go. Oh it actually. Yeah that's what. I'm that's what i wanted to see. It's a couch in the back and to know if it was a couch or like benches it's a. It's a couch the couch. The couch falls down. Yeah no that's a shaggy van for sure. Yeah but it's not. The cool part is like i said it's not like i wouldn't have bought it if i thought it was sketchy because you know it's got the vent the vent fan on the on the roof. Which crazy is that the installation in this thing. If you go like this it sounds like it. Sounds like an old porsche like it is so well insulated for heat and for sound deadening auction right. Now what do you think it'll go for dude. I i don't know because there are no cops right. You can't be like this is going to bring fifty. I don't know. I have no idea all i know is. It's literally the nicest short that i've ever paneling bad. It's not a dodge if it was a dodge. Sam smith would be dodger bon. But you should build a dodger fan. I don't know if you should definitely making slow things kind of fast. I write morning coffee in. Malibu has dodged bond and it's as well so all right so i'll tell you this right now so the drive train in the daytona. That's a five hundred fifty horsepower. Low deck stroke with manual. Oh that could go their conversations. That could go somewhere just saying so. You know because this is good. Van van sweet. Then when i tell you no one's fucked in it recently but you could. You could definitely do. Here's the thing like. I've gotten so many. Emails mails people. Like if i wanted to drive it to new york i wouldn't hesitate runs goal. Edit passes california smog. that's awesome. It's just a good old van man. it's so high they could still catch right off it. All the cats alka as one cat has one cat but yeah just just a good old cool book hemmings and Look at mike van it high and you helped you helped one of my clients sell that. Gts on hemmings as well interesting car. Beautiful car it was a beautiful car. The guy got totally fucked during the resto because apparently the shop took so yeah. They lost the tax. Which on a car like them. When you're talking about a seventy one. Gts with like an agra. That's that's big documentation on old muscle cars this key. You don't have it. You don't have tags everybody questions everything. What a beautiful car. Yeah what a gorgeous car. Yeah so that was interesting example because he after the restoration okay. He got a restored at the shop. They they took the vin tags off to the car and then they they lost them and didn't put them on but it was allegedly. Apparently you the only car with a certain set of options ever may rent right correct. Okay cool well that. That's a big deal in muscle car especially mo- parks but then he brought the car to leno and he did a spa garage. It's a great piece which is a great piece. Leno who i wouldn't guess would do anything besides exactly what he did. Parroted the guys claims right without without. You know looking back checking okay. It's not the new york times Leno's garage and it's i expect. Jj personally to do that. Jason the owners worked for of course as people like us do of course so in the auction. It was like well. The tags are there but jay said right and so put it. Put this awkward kind of on this segment. That jay did and again. It's not his fault. Just did the thing that we would all fucking do when we die. How many muscle cars. We filled over the years and we go based on what the owner tells us The owner said it was this this and this of course. Why would i not believe that. Of course so that it be ultimately the guy got pretty good money for the car yes it went for high six. He's in fine he did fine. Whatever and i'm sure the person who bought this happy with it great. It was a great car. Fucking vin tags or no vin tags. It was nice car but it just was an interesting situation. Where the evidence wasn't there but a famous person saying the thing said something. If you would have said this car has this then come out. Faraz like whoa. Whoa whoa backup backup. Blessed with paltrow was telling her alkaline water but she liked to start the morning with that and a squeeze of lemon in it. which makes it no longer alkaline. Oh that's hilarious because it's also famous person saying isn't this amazing and no one steam server jonah Say well no they were steaming and then a bunch of gynecologists. Don't do that bad. Swear chris. paul show advises women steam. Jonah's wow yeah. That's with an i mean with the iron it's fabulous that's great. Let's use that because that.
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"And you'd go there on a saturday morning meeting here at six. am right. I remember the first one that i ever went on with you. Guys i show. I show up the charger bull. Big block forty year. Old car motherfuckers are out there. Lamborghinis and ferraris is like was gonna well. This is going to be interesting is this is not gonna work. Yeah and we would go hard to. They would argue. That would go scout morning star with high out a window. Yes in grazie and the stuff that they were able to accomplish. I look back on that from a motoring perspective as such a highlight to what we did growing up in the car world and i don't think anybody's replicated that well. Well now it's very common. I mean now it's now you know there's a million different road rally life style events using non saying we we were ahead of the curve. For sure we were headed the curve But but now now it's a pretty common thing but back. Then what made it. Special was that it was organized using very rudimentary techniques. It was not organized using facebook. No or something like that. It was organized using a club of of an actual club of people. Yeah and there were no go. Pros had were paying and held And and nobody really knew how to make. Google maps work except for me right and which i got from alex roy and so my ability to use google maps to make dr wrote routes that people who lived in this area their whole life. What the fuck are these roads. Were very finding list right. It was because i knew how to utilize google maps. Yeah well and so that was really and also you know we blew money on shit like lunches and stuff like that and and we lost money doing it. And and by the way one of the most mature decisions i ever made. My whole life was going. This is very dangerous. I should stop trying out and bailing out right at the right time. It got to a point where there are some instance incidents or one person did have an accident. One of our drives little world. There was scary. He was okay but when you think back to the stuff that we did do remember. The ego runs into manhattan. Oh yeah just means to close down times square. Yeah just make noise and fucking do stupid shit and time out. He'll do it but they run as a camera phones. They get arrested right. Yeah we would rolling twenty deep deep. It was a good time. It was a good like entry into into that World yeah and also it made me learn what the power of video-sharing was. Yeah absolutely you know. Those videos are still up to forty. I know and they have like no. They're pre dmc. Yeah so they have like pearl jam and stone temple pilots. Y'all soundtracks grandfathered. You can't take that down. It's all free really. Yeah it's pre- it's before the law. I didn't know that. Yeah all that pop music is. You can't fuck and take it because it was put out there before the law. No shit fathered yeah. That's fun too. That's very very cool. Yeah right that was a good time. Yeah you know. I. it's fun watching. Everybody was that that little office was called dako. Oh dude in january thirty first. Two thousand seventeen videos put up. Oh my god. Does it have a picture of the make. it's now it's not even the whole fucking one residents. That's how low resitvo mini player. Josh and the cool part was guys were buying cars to be in these rally they would. That's what was interesting. Was this little market that we drove where you know the first guy because it was the big deal was the nine seven had come. That's right and so it was right when the nine nine seven turbines. That's right now. So the first guy that showed up with turbo flocking. Everybody had to have the tartas right. At like three people sold their careers and got turbos and they'd and then it was like the The zero six six is the v ten. Am five zeo sixes. And they would just be one upping each other driving stupid on the freeway the up. That's back in the day. It was back in the day. Jesus christ now. Now i feel. I've seen this video videos old school. Not not what you'd call a video. No video martha lake tahoe. Concours thing before he puts it away. I want to go to that. It's fucked i. Yeah i need to go. Hopefully tahoe doesn't burn down dude. You know it's interesting. We're about three hours south We haven't got any smoke or anything like that but that doesn't mean it's still unfortunately on fire people are still. We're just going to see more and more of these fires. I mean it's just it it's just gonna keep happening. It's it's scary. it's scary. I mean we're we're south. We don't get affected by it when you go. We had gone up to sonoma's i guess about three or four weeks ago. The remnants of the fires from last year a couple years ago are still there chart and they're gonna go. You know we drive sunday cruise through malibu. Yeah yeah the. The last big fire was twenty eighteen. Yeah in malibu. And there's like still people living in our visa on their properties while they wait to rebuild their homes. Yeah it fucks the fucking whole place up. Do scary bad. It's it's very very scary. what's What's happening over at hemmings so having you went along. What's this thing you do. The lot of this is great. So alon i back. In april alon and i bought this Hemmings bought a nineteen eighty-one suburban. Okay and what we did. Was i created this series called road to improve it because i was so sick and tired of bullshit. Bill shows like you know we're going to buy a car and then we're gonna build it in a week and then it's amazing and then you never see it again. I was like fuck that so what we did was we bought this truck. It's an ex far service truck as bare-bones not headliner force. B three fifty roll up windows basic as basic. It's and our and this was this was my brilliance. That i was like in. Hindsight is like a little too ambitious. I was like what we're gonna do is this. We're going to buy it. We're gonna drive three thousand miles around the country and then every stop. We're going to upgrade. I mean it sounds like a good idea theory. It's a great consultant picture. It's a great a nightmare. But let me tell you something. So we bought this thing in michigan. We drove it. Thirty six hundred miles we upgraded at. We did three years worth of upgrades in twenty two days. And i gotta be honest with you. I was it worked. It fucking worked. What i mean. So what did you up so we did so. I don't wanna give everything away but we did like my god transmission. We did stuff to the hvac. We did stuff to the engine. We did stuff to the interior. We did fix it or did you improve fixed so much stuff because this was probably the most. This truck had been driven in probably fifteen years right and we bought a completely tested. So like the first thirty miles. Were driving along. The alternated shit unplanned upgrade. Some of the upgrades were unplanned. Some most of the times you break down on the side of the road twice us that bad twice and one of them was after the shoot when i was driving back from la to san francisco. So i was on the side of the five myself and i was like cameras. I'm like this sucks but the truck now like it's awesome. It's a big green of truck. It looks cool. It's got five speed. It's a manual manuals command from factory. It's it's like a bad ass truck. And like i just drove to vegas ashes. Great dude just drove to vegas. I drove it back and forth to vegas conditioning. Oh yeah it does. Oh yeah you're okay. So how long between when you started the journey and then when you got air conditioning how many days it was. I want to say like nine days. A hot nine days in april may one that but it was great. Now i drive the truck everywhere like driving time like pull it out. I'm like the suburban than the wagoneer. Oh way better way better than wagon. Yeah yeah so. The cool part is. The name of. The show is called road to improvement. We did it To benefit it's going to be auctioned off for charity and shit on the ceiling. That's the no those right there fishing pole. That's exactly correct. oh cool. fishing pole. Rex was that from the forest. Service is really where. what farce. What foreign service or so. What we did was i actually did put a headliner in it because i drove to vegas and i was like i am not driving to vegas in july without adler so we did. We put a headliner in thermal insulated. It and it was great.
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"I'm not saying don't go to college. But they're not gonna fuck and brainy shit with your li- yeah you don't get yourself into debt for no luck in you know bachelor's degree whatever you know i was out this was about maybe six months ago and i was down i. It was one of those mental health days. I had to get out of the house. I took the charger out. When all through san francisco went over the golden gate. Down to the presidio. Just hanging out and Kids were up. There was a wide body charger and another one was just a friend he had. This camera comes up to me and he goes. Hey i was like. I know you senior. Some of your stop and i was like. That's wonderful goes. Listen i am. I wanna say. Maleki molecular engineering student and stanford kid couldn't have been more twenty-three-year-old. Yeah always wanted to do this. Okay i do the next time i filmed. You wanna do you wanna come over to you. Wanna absolutely okay now. You think you'd never gonna hear from him again. I would not no. I wouldn't think that i think here. From every fucking day. No i was. I've been like this before. Not only did. He emailed me but from multiple shoots. He just showed up. Came on learned. Watched the first kid that i've seen in. I don't know how long that's actually done that. And i was so happy with that and such a great kid. Just just a wanna do that. You know because. That's something. I feel like i just don't see anymore. Yeah i mean. I think i get that a lot with writing. Because i've said that i will critique people's writing that they send it to me and You know and i do people send me writing and i critique it sure and i'm straight up. They don't always. I don't always say what they want to hear. But i but i critique it And you know for a while it was like how do i become a writer. And it's like right. Something gets then and they never really make it past three or four piece. Of course because they've got their those of their stories and then they've told them and then that's you know and it's and the hard part is well. What do i what do i write about. That's that's the work right. Where or it's videos. It's where do i get cars. Well that's the work that's right you know You can reverse engineer how we shoot our videos very easily and you could reverse engineer how. Seo works pretty easily studying it but it's like you know there's parts that are still like the job we'll do they do when they say you know they write two or three articles. Do you find that a lot of times. It's lack of personal experience meaning. Listen if you're going to write something. I always tell people go out and having experienced and then write about it. Sure so like if you're gonna go out take your car and do something and i don't care if you drive an eighty nine tercel go do something with it. Well usually the first. The first thing someone ever sends me is almost always a defense of their own car. You know what i mean course or the question. What do you think about an eighty nine or sort of review of their own car that turns into a defense of their own car. And then i you know and then it's like okay. We'll go find another car right any other car and right about that. You know what i mean and and then the third one is now right about cars without reviewing a car correct and then they know they don't really make it past that one. Okay sometimes they they get one out of the and that's really all i mean it's cool like good for you for like having someone along I i don't like people that much would slowest when you have a system. We were filming in really efficient. Well that's we were filming in one place and he could literally just stand in the back in europe so that was fine. yeah We're running up and down at no. No no no no. It's a little harder than efficiencies. The biggest thing right and i don't think people understand what that's like. I mean i know you guys have all watched you know y- all the one takes and videos and everything else efficiencies the keyed being successful in this sure. It is the key to saving money in this. Business is a key to putting out a good process in this product in this business. And i think people just they they never understand that and so when you're out there and it's like boom boom boom we get this. Yes we gotta move next. Do we get this. Just we got move next. That's why i don't. I don't like working with hardly anybody except zack. And like you know. J f you know what i mean because anyone else i work with. It's such a struggle. And i'm like how do you guys not just like automatically know what you're doing. Your job is not to train on a train. Yeah right also like we don't have like a director right. you don't need a fucking director. We know what to do. I direct myself. So i know what to say. You know what i mean. I don't need the camera guys. They know what to shoot right. We know the order that we're gonna do this shit incorrect same. We've all because we figured out once you know and so it's like it's probably easy. It's not easy but once you know it's it's an easy day at work once you know the process the process and you know what you need to get and you know how to get it well and that's how many years you've been doing it. And when did we start video. Twenty nine zero for the smoke. Entire zone motor club. Club was seventy await. Evan the fall the fall foliage drunk. Yeah i was two thousand six. Jesus chr- that was two thousand and six memory. We hired a helicopter. I've never oh dude. Let me tell you. Larry and i wasted a lot of money. Issue dated this back in the day. It was the money. Didn't exist right when you gotta remember back in the day they were kids. Say that because you work. kids guys. Twenty-five twenty kids wrangling up middle aged guys in in six or supercars for gt bmw am six ferraris. It's less of a big deal now. It was a big big time at this small little garage up in westchester county..
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"Something that. I wanna have a chance to do it. And i'm gonna fucking do it because why not well. That's i think you know again. This is my whole age thing. You come back to it. You know i could get in his. Did we'll say i don't wanna walk up two flights. Well that's that's also an east coast thing East coast everything was split level. Everything it was a basement mid level and then you split level so everybody has things where out here bro. And no basements rights no basements. I came out here. I was like no why not. They were like earthquakes. Earthquakes plus rain right. So that was a learning experience for me But otherwise it's like you know it's funny because everybody keeps saying. When are you going to move back to new york. When you're gonna move back to new york like i fucking never. That's my answer. I like new york two weeks a year. We can the spring we all fall. That's right can. I take a boat out of long island sound on me and pops are doing a couple of weeks year about the audrain concourse. I'll this put up the audrain. Concourse is the last week of september in newport rhode island donald osbourne show. Okay donohoe If you don't know don osborn. He writes for haggerty. He is He's on jay leno's garage. I up probably the most prominent of black car appraiser expert in the In the country he's a sweetest guy in the world. I really like him. this show He puts it on and he's trying to do like a almost like an amelia island type of deal but Me and pops are going to take the boat court and you know stay in the harbor and Which of course yeah. It'd be cool. Let me ask you this. There is an event up. In lake tahoe. And it's and. I've never been to it. I want to go next year. It's it's kind of like the concourse for wooden boats. That sounds amazing. Count me dude. I have we need to go to find out the dates going up done. Because i have i've i've seen pictures of it and i'm like what i got to go to this. You know tahu is lake tahoe. They go here. We go to the lake. Tahoe concord elegant it is. I've seen great whoever shot that that lead photo. Five points to you their photos. I have to go to this. Does this go back Friday august twenty two so we. She's last weekend. Yeah this was last weekend. They have one this year. I don't know if they had a lot of fires right now but not definitely didn't have it this year august. Twenty two thousand six. We gotta do. Because i grew up. I grew up working at a marina and i think i've told you guys this story right where i used to go into the halls of wooden boats and like put them back together. Yeah sing at the rampant shit so like wait what. So when i look sponsor what how. You just buzzer. When i was a kid. I used to work at the small local marina and the boats back. This is early eighties. Majority the boats were would right and they were like thirty three foot pacemakers and harrises and shit like that and what. I'm calling a boat a pacemaker. I would. I would go in and what we did the wooden boats when they were off out of the water. The would dry out We we go in there and we will take you take cotton and you would take sawdust and you would go in. And between the plan she would take a little Little chisel a blunt chisel and you would take cotton and put it in between the seams and slowly hammer. The cod in between the seams. Now on top of that you put the sawdust and ham sawdust thinking behind. That was once the boat back into the water. The water would come in the casa swell seal the push together but when sink A lot of people into there. There's no sealant no there was. You could put ceiling over but a lot of people would just do the cotton old school school. Yeah right so. I don't know how many times you would see. And we knew instantly we would see a guy come back with his boat would be like. Yeah you're not gonna make packing in backing in back in the transfer and get lower Basically like every rib was a whole. That's hilarious you know. And then i remember there was this guy. He's long wonderful german. Best name ever. He had a A nineteen foot fifty something century runabout stunning stunning boat. Guy's name was dick bone. Best great name. But he trump stood or produce movies he he. When i was a kid. I couldn't have been more than eleven. Eleven twelve years old. He was like let me show you how to do it. And it was one of those things that i don't think i'll ever forget bs. It's like this guy was doing it since the thirty honestly and that's how i learned that's never find a millennial to carry on for him when he's dead. No you know what i mean. you'll never you just. You're not gonna find a young person that wants to do that. I thought it was. So i look back now at the path that i've taken and i'm happy for it because i wound up where i am grateful for that but the fact that like. I shouldn't have gone to college like i did find. It was great. I'm i'm so happy for my education. But i look back on it now. In man i think of the ten years that i spent in an office suit and tie and i look back on that unlike if if forty nine year old mike you'd go remember. I tell twenty one year old. What not to do that would be here you know. Yeah now finding people finding people that just want to learn. Yeah it's tough. I actually i got a couple of my guys. Here are real when it comes to that kind of stuff because larissa training and they're fucking like that's you know what i mean. It's fucking like really trying to get into. The there was a kid. I met him this about six months ago. I'm not saying don't go to college. But they're not gonna fuck and brainy shit with your li- yeah you don't get yourself into debt for no luck in you know.
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"Month guy. Top top five most important joost important features in a in a kitchen. You know so i got. I got that advice in case you're wondering as many outlets as they will let you put in. Put them in countertop all many hours foot pedals for the sink. It makes sense. It's all about those. Btu's brother yeah half inch gasline. Thirty thousand btu's go into the range that i got back on a thirty thirty thousand us going to my rain. We'll do when you have your. You know your cast iron pan and you're gonna make that state my range fucking forty eight inch wall with a twenty. Four inch hibachi in the middle of it broke. I'm doing fucking benny. Hana indoors. Now and then. I seriously surprised. I know a gaping mouth dinner. Yeah when the house is done in house. Plant chevaliers magnetic strips. Great for knives walls and what was the other one Oh don't do and don't do the cabinets with the drawers inside the cabinets. Astute horse straight yours. And what was the fucking last one. A remember it for the end of the show but that's cool. Yeah yeah that's his excited to get out of us. Yup but but not. Because i'm trying to run away from. I'm excited to get advantage because our new house has no stairs our new houses. One story that you're gonna love it. I fuck. I run up and down probably sixty flights of stairs a day at my current house. And i'm so fucking over it. Yeah and minute minute kitchen. My new kitchen is literally my dream. Kitchen can't wait. Let me ask you question. Because i mean i'm italian. Jewish jews italians real close right Was the kitchen aways. Was that the room in your house. It's always always will be so that that's the same thing for his. Party's my house. All these beautiful serious. Nobody uses them. They hover around the kitchen the kitchen. That's that's what that's what we do. I blew out this fucking spot. I got my is enormous now so fucking huge size of my current kitchen and it's open to the rest of the house and it's got a pass through bar so you could sit outside at the pool pass through see that's going to be so next love. That's people if you know what's interesting. I think you know. An east coast mentality is much different than a west coast mentality right and so when we talk about eating around the table and entertaining and stuff like that. Yeah like we never didn't entertain in. The kitchen is the biggest room in like. When i was growing up in my parents house mom would fucking flyswatter people out of the kitchen we got. That's what you do and i still can't. It's it was difficult for me. And i don't know if you've found this when i moved to california or if i go to somebody else that's not kind of an east coast and then they'll serve dinner and stuff like that or they'll try to entertain you like this. Well there's the. I got nothing here. Yeah they underserved you because you used to an italian like the italian rule of thumb is figure out how many people you're gonna have right. I over feed people. Everybody's gonna wanna take a little some home. We just a little suburb pockets. Pockets for you can't leave without. Sometimes we do that. Yeah you have a turkey turkey. My model that in the last one is the popular over the stove. The faucet over your fill the big cauldron without having to carry it is that like insta- hot when it comes to hot water that that is so you don't have to brecca beat. Oh and then. I got the fucking i me and hannah the thing you know if we were on inside the actors studio james lipton was like what is your on least favorite sound. What is your favorite sound. My favorite sound is the sound of the fucking fan turning off over the stove. Right when you finally turn off that god damn so what. I'm talking about an hour. And i hate that so i got this monster. Fan guy if fucking flows like ten thousand cfm but it's external it's on the roof like a restaurant it's not in the it's not in the unit so you don't have a hood that comes down. I have a hood that comes down in. His direct is -ducted all the way to the bottom of the hood outside the house vacuum. That's fucking with accumulator isn't on the floor. So you'll hear anything outside the guy a guy guys guys house kitchen ridiculous. I have never in my entire life. Seen anything like it. It was extraordinary. His kitchen was half indoors and half outdoors. He had a fucking gyro spit. He had a rotisserie a pacer of the big plot to the sizes. I would have that. I would just have him the corner. He had one of those fucking meat slicer. free standing. Never seen one of like art. I know exotic talking to somebody who's graph. bush bro. Thirty six thousand to us on his stove he made a fucking lobster tail. Like forty five seconds. It was awesome shape. How do you relate. bt's horsepower. Is that like a thousand. It's not exactly the same because it's like the fire is hot. It's not it's not like like it's not taking an engine. That's five hundred horsepower. And putting it and taking it out and putting engines of thousand horsepower. That's not imagine one of those tractor pulls where it's a flaw contracted has four or five hundred horsepower. Engine that's what it is to. They're more flame it's hotter fire. More five got you got you. Yeah this is the burners. Aren't one ring there three rings you know what i mean so. Let me ask you when the kitchen is done. I wanna come party. And do i wanna come down and i want to cook dinner for you and hand has at wrap it up. I wanna do that. Yeah yeah that would be because is open. I miss a kitchen like my parents kitchen kitchen. I my little house. Do not have a kitchen. I mean we have a kitchen but it's like it's a. It's kitchen kitchen kitchen but it's not like a physician and by the way my house. My new house is not some like insane. Oh this is just some something. You're putting the money in the right spot..
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"Here's the thing even if you go buck wild and you put a brand new this in that and you put new suspension unless you literally do everything because it's a solid live axle in front and the back and in the rear and it's got birds in the front and in the rear so it doesn't matter what the fuck you do. It's still terrible. It might be faster terrible but it's still pretty terrible terrible. Just terrible right but it's like it is fun you go out and people look at it because the guys like my age. We grew up in the right. Every everybody on the east coast. Had one right. I that i kind of get those two two point to a point i get one hundred grand but but you know forty you know what here's thing. They are comfortable like gatien. I've taken it on three or four hundred mile runs. It's comfortable abysmal. Worse fuel economy. i've ever had. It's six miles to the gallon. It's i literally thought. I had a whole my fuel tank the first tank because i got one hundred and ten miles and i was like that can't be right. I went on forums and they were like no. That's pretty good and i was like. How was that good campfire pistons much. It's ridiculous and we're doing like the porsche. I down here. I got twenty five miles per gallon of that'll happen. I haven't lost twenty three twenty four with big fucking off on. I haven't owned a car. That's gotten over twenty no like fifteen years. I was like this is what the great thing does that. Does that nine eleven. have the big tank to No that's a nice one. My safari had a twenty three and a half. Gallon the No homologated for racing. Yeah so that's far. Had a four hundred and fifty mile range. It was awesome so my my barometer is always. Can i make it from my house to the right at the base of the grapevine that Center is eleven. Whatever the case is that is two hundred eighty one miles from my house. Okay so a car should be able to do that. And i made it. I made it there with just under a quarter of a tank left. Yeah so. I was like it's good. Okay yeah that's good works. Cars should be able to do that. Yeah so. I felt pretty good about that. Shouldn't zach doesn't look impressed. I was impressed. I was looking at the chad. I kind of got lost. That uh executives has multiple things. He's got going on over there but then you know but the fact is it doesn't keep us from like the date of the daytonas under construction right now. What's going on with that. Nine hundred horsepower demon motor full suspension. Brakes wheels you. So here's the thing demon gearbox to eight speed automatic. Old speed demon chassis. It's still it's still. It's because the but we're still running leaf springs we still ring torsion bar so boy and it's you can set them up to be fairly good. If there's anyone on the planet that could set up a torsion car. It's cabinet wesley motorsports. He's unbelievable. So but what. I want when that cars done. Because you haven't you were the first person to ever review. That guy drove in twenty ten twenty years ago. You need to drive it when it's done because you might come back and go. It's still terrible or you might come back and be like it's terrible but it's remember it being terrible. It was being tiring it was hosting to. Dr molly was never for torsion bar. Car back then. It was great again. This is mid-2000s right. I don't know i i. I don't know if i had a lot of basic comparison but this one should be. It should be planned to take track days. I fully plan. You know to run a seca and all the standing mile stuff. Holy shit standing mile. I think is really where that car might shine it. Should i mean or half mile probably half full mile. You might be there fuck and take off look era with scott. It's made it's meant for that. I mean drag is point two eight but is there was the lift to a to a dude back. That car is had that car. Almost two one sixty which is terrifying. And it's shockingly sabe like the charger at one ten floats the daytona kind of sinks of squats. And all you hear is. I wonder if there's a way to like Do a thing with with the nose cone sort of See fda neca duct like it had like the four gt's have where where the there goes through that radiator in the front and then becomes sort of actually modifying not on with extractor hood. Yeah yeah that's what we're doing so you know with the The blinkers are on the hood of shorter. Those are going to be scalloped to come down. Yeah that woodwork. Yeah the holes in the nose on the bottom. Those are actually going to be routed to run through an auto and up. I meant yeah. Yeah so it's going to be two hundred mile an hour car. That'd be cool. It's still to be terrifying at. It's still old but it's gonna be fun and old to be in that class. Seventy fucking modify a demon. Put it in right. Yeah yeah don't eight hundred forty horsepower. Go the internet will not accept that the union will be like. Why don't you put this tune on it from joe when i said that i was doing you idiot. How you going to do. I'm like it's a hot rod. Yeah so it's it's not a real day tile like we built it. Yeah so like a who gives a shit. Yeah don't take this the wrong way. But i don't can't think my car. But i i would love to have you review it again. I'll have a go jack. You're more than welcome to all you guys will..
"hemming" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"F. One fifties the amount. So i bought my my broncos ninety-six ex lt sporting five eight. You know it's the right one. I pay ten grand for that like two years ago. Twenty five. now it's insane. Yes i'll go to get gas and somebody's like to sell that. Like no yeah. You know we'll do you want and everybody's like but what's what's your number like you give me thirty five thousand dollars you can have my bronco. Yeah because i like my truck but like you you wanna look at them. It'd be like well like a really old design going to drive like an old design. Yeah i understand. Because it's it's the newest of the old riot so you could live it. It's still gonna be mostly reliable. You know you can use it as a car. It's not a full glass sick. Yeah yeah the air conditioning probably works. Oh well then shit like that. Where and it's also like not like you driven a brand new f one fifty. It's fucking annoying dude there. it's enormous. it's interesting the reason i liked. The bronco is because it's analog it really truly is. I can work on it. Air conditioning will freak out of the box. Yeah it's everything is easy everything's easing and it's it's a three fifty one windsor like turn the key. It starts for a quarter million miles. Four wheel drive works. Yeah it's a basic it's basic but you know it's now it's twenty five years old it's cyclical and that it is style. Yeah you know is what people want him for. And i assume you know having driven a sixty nine and seventy bronco. Oh it's the worst thing you can imagine. Even the best ones horrible the so i say this all the time. The best old car is still terrible. Okay so we're talking about cars from the sixties and be like you know what you're talking about no doubt about a million. Yeah we do. They're they're terrible. Like if somebody was just like. I want to buy stock. Sixty eight charger. You know it's going to go fast and it'll do burnouts but it's not gonna turn. Yes dan well not gonna stop. It will always look amazing but unless you're sleeping with it and prepare to modify right so it's you know but i still have sauce that wagging up there i took one of the ltd that's an ltd. I think no i would've you. Shouldn't i know you actually said i did stanley trucks. I this winless you slam it on bags. Well i know. I didn't take that many pictures when i was at the races but took a picture that yeah because like you said it's i grew up on one of those larry who's downstairs. He's always talking to me. He'll be on the show next Next time he was too sleepy radio. Today i understand but he's always talking about his brand. You know he needs. He wants to get a new car. It's got to be in line with his brother and my response to him. Is larry people like you. And i are taste makers. The brand is whatever we decided is. If we say it's cool it then becomes cool. Yeah you don't need to pander to the existing. You know what i think so. I haven't posted it anywhere. Nobody knows because. I haven't posted it. But like i drove down here in a nine eleven. It's a nice one to and see for us four acid car and it was one of those things taste maker on this one. Mike tell ya not at all about right but the fact of the matter is things. Where when you talk about brand if you wanna go away from my brand that's Eight muscle car rear wheel. Drive bad yeah. This is flat six normal sports car. Yeah but you had a nine twenty eight. I mean you've had that other european stuff. I have actually motor clubs. That had my am five. You know you're more well known for stuff of course so this is a little outside that even though you have been a journalist for a long time driving modern stuff short also don't attract as more modern stuff you know like when cool people buy things they find interesting the thing the thing then yes he comes along with you for the right. It does which is fun it which is really kind of a lot of fun then you look at stuff like people probably thought offered portions. Were stupid but i'll tell you what one shows over. I'll tell you what that guy paid for mine. Oh yeah i i'll be. I'll probably hug because well done. I got a free car. Yeah that's fine not that car but a free car. The necks cars free put. What so. I sold my. I sold my transam the beginning of the year okay. That was a good idea. It that was my whole thing. And a lotta people will look at that. And they'll say well you know you flip so many cars. Here's my thing so i want. I want to own an experience. As many as i can before i die if i if i buy one and i put seven thousand miles on the transient seven. Thousand miles is not a flip. No it's not a flat out of flip. That's i had my fun with it and it's time for it to go that's exactly correct and stood almost about that on the on my safari right. That's a that's a year two years worth of drowsy for me but yeah right. Hey a flip is like four months right shit. Whatever put five hundred dollars into it. And i'm relisting it exactly so the experience that i look for with everything that i buy and sell. How do i like it to not lie. And the only way you're gonna know if you like it is if you live with for a washer because then you might buy it and be like this is the best and then two months later. You might be like this. Pretty terrible hummer hummer hummer. I mean i just saw one of them. I just got i just got the new dupont registry which is just but the hummer just like that one. I had similar miles to to what i sold my car i bought and sold. I bought that car. I had for three months. I fucking hate it. And i sold it and i was money and money out. Forty thousand bucks. That's it was forty grand two thousand h. One six point five turbo diesel wagon and it was money money for then buck the same same thing. Two thousand h. One wagon turbo diesel has upgraded stereo in it and some banks shit on the motor one hundred forty thousand dollars there wa and that is a shit box. I mean that is a real steaming pile of shit vehicle. Well it's interesting like for those that obviously if you've got you follow him out on twitter but when you talk about this thirty five thousand dollars drive extracts or this is a twenty five thousand dollar driving experience. You know a lot of times. That's yeah that's all point as an emotional experience. Maybe it might be more than that because my call. Listen i got a lot of stuff. Driving experience is like a one out of ten like are wagoneer as can test is pretty terrible. It's it's pretty bad. Yeah however you look at it and you're like all right. That's kind of cool gorgeous truck truck. It drives like it's an ox cart. Yeah that's what it was in sixty three right but so do you feel like that. Should be a hundred thousand dollar vehicle sometimes. Oh god no and you know what. Here's the thing even if you go buck wild and you put a brand new this in that and you put new suspension unless you literally do everything because it's a solid live axle in front.
"hemming" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"That's why i left queens. I remember an asian. I it was. It was the the winter that made me leave right. There was snow all over the place. And i remember opening bay-windows in front of our house and there was an infinity out in front up on blocks straight up on blocks. I looked at it was like and we're done. That's that's a movie scenes rates right out of a movie you know and then i it was funny because we had and then the week before like i used to have. We'd go out of our house. We'd walk to the end of the block and take the bus to the subway right. So we're down there as we're walking all of a sudden like five or six cop cars roll up like unmarked cop cars but roll up like movie style. Do all that shit. Jump out swat gear the whole deal. Use the ramp busting. Somebody's house and all of a sudden. It bringing this guy down in his skivvies and they literally they dragged his out like they were plan and we would like i was going and some guy did something but this was two houses away from me. Had i went to you know. We got married up in hudson hudson hudson valley. We i guess we went to to interview or audition van. Try try out Hair people for you know you got gotta hire the hair person to do the bribe they do all the bridesmaid so hannah went and solid three different people and got like you know cuts or whatever from them to test. This one person was in one of these little towns up there. That was very charming nice. You know it's it's it's a. It's a middle class. Town had some charm as historic. And whatever it wasn't hudson but it was like in kingston or one of those towns by there and we're going to her house up on top of a hill and an a- we park and walk into this coast house. Same thing fucking these cops not like a movie sneaky. Oh nice three houses down three houses down and it's you know the plain clothes ads around the neck. Yeah and they're fucking role in this dude and we're like is kristin they're fucking rating like yeah nothing like new york. Yeah now by the way queens. Those houses are fucking mill seven about when we left. Our house was seven hundred grand. And i was like who the fuck would pay seven hundred grand for this ship blocks hipsters dude and now i look at the house we live in now and i'm like who the box because it's just it's insane. I see that. I mean if you follow me on twitter. Oh yeah people are spending dude all kinds of money on terrible twenty to thirty to fifty thousand dollars for e thirty six and three. Us specs my car to buy a house with it cash. so i bought. I bought four cars this year through cova. I bought four cars. And like i have. I have a asian. I have rule right so my wife. And i can't buy anything unless you think you're gonna make money on it. It's a good way. That's a pretty good oregon roll rule. Yeah i've never lost money on a call. I made money on twenty eight. I'm the only person in the history. No total net. No you just buy sell donates. Yeah that was that was Did make a lot. But i made so. It's insane to me what people are paying so like i. The beginning of this year i bought an f. one fifty right and i remember. It's one of those things where and you guys know this. If you think something is cool the odds of somebody else thinking it's cool is probably pretty good right so i bought the single cab. Short box f. One fifty two wheel drive straight six with a manual great little truck great little truck but when i bought it it was it was a truck. It was janke because the truck like jackie. But it had seventy at sixty four thousand miles of seventy four thousand miles and you do little things to it so like there it is. That's what it looked like when i bought it. So it had these aftermarket shitty side skirts on it. It was lowered in the front. It really has a rake. It had a bad rake though. Those are stockpile. Choas get the fuck the same wheels that are on my bronco really cool and therefore so everybody all the off-roaders want him yes. They're actually pretty tough. Yeah so by bronco so well. Those two i mean the bronco and the f. one fifty you know there it was now but i paid forty five hundred bucks for that truck trucks. Twelve grand easy. No right it's exactly what i sold it for. I'm so guys go ramsey so good at this game and do all day in call what these fucking doings are worth in my sleep. I put a leveling kid on it. The front couple engines. I took the tires that were on my bronco. That had like six thousand miles on them. Put them on there because they were the right size. This doesn't have enough profile profile tires. I put on thirty one by ten and a half's lifted the truck. it looked. it looked like a little pre runner. Yeah and with the straight six at twin tanks so you get four hundred fifty miles out of it and it was. It was great trabzon single cab so you don't fucking want it. I don't fit. We don't trust single lives so two teachers from white plains flew to california picked it up. They didn't even really the only flu and they were like this is the truck is like they're like all right. We'll see you later. I was like Seriously they were back and they say well you said it didn't eat anything and i'm like doesn't you trust in me. Fuck is so well. That's that's the thing i mean. You know as well as i do. You put out a car and it's a it's a bomb. People are going to come out. Yeah yeah but like cuma. I know what i have to say. I went through. I went through that. I went to the fucking thing stem to stern. Yeah i mean i redid. You know anything that needed to be addressed the drove it back. Thirty five hundred miles. Didn't blink nor should it have it had sold my safari to guiding opened a fucking hood. He drove straight to pebble beach. No but those if you go to you know. I don't know you know checkered flag. It's just it's an old car dealer you know they're always they go on the trends rain. Their showroom is always full of whatever is trendy and in the last you know it went from three fifty six's yes you know five years ago and and mercedes to ads's and then it was all air cooled say clean everything fucking out and it was air cooled air cooled air cooled. Air-cooled called nine eleven. You drive by there now. The entire front row says eddie bauer or xl tea or fucking bronco on. And it's all ninety nine to ninety six broncos f. One fifties the amount. So i bought my my broncos ninety-six ex lt sporting five eight..
"hemming" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Look good like this ad is working. Feel me This show is going to be a lot of fun. Are powell mike. Mustopo is down here from Northern california he has purchased a nine eleven. His bought his first. I think it's his first porsche. Nine eleven He had a nine twenty eight before. But something you know when you buy a nine twenty eight. It's only a matter of time before you're gonna by nine eleven must at hemmings. He's been on the drive. Where with us in the past and he has the best beard. I mean just ever just the best beard ever We love him and he is a g. Mike must on the small. Dr podcast house. The north the north northern california is good. Unless you unless you're inaugur calif unless you like northern northern kenya. Your how how you gotta go about two hours north of you to do. Yeah so when you get up to like like. I have a really good friend of mine. That's got a place up in lake alma nor i think it's called which is a little past chico so once you get up there that's when it starts getting sketchy so like the air quality if there is really bad where we are. We're about thirty miles. Outside of san francisco east bay still sunny. It's still sunny. It's still nice. We haven't we haven't gotten anything like when the paradise fires happened a couple years ago. That was bad. There was one morning we woke up. Walked outside and i was like this is obviously because the sun was this little red dot that been here for a couple of days malibu fires. Yeah exactly we got. We got a couple of customers that way. I'm sure couple of customers. You know because that kind of coincided with the the the the beginning of the covert fleet right right. Yeh people didn't they. Didn't you know the like march eleventh or something. It wasn't until like may or june that people were like. I'm getting the fuck. Yeah exactly and so that coincided with the fire if you live in like hollywood or silverlake or some of the older parts of la y- you might not have a garage. Which normally you know for. A lot of people doesn't matter. Yeah but there's a there's a couple of vehicles here where the the customer lame down. That was it. The customer left and the car was in their car and they eventually costing obscene these fires. Can you go go get the car. And and one of the cars had Paint protection film on it that had melted through the paint protection into the paint or the film actually do. It's joe the film. Did its job got. It was covered in ash. Parts of the paint had had melted and the heat was so intense for like a few days that the tires had really flat spotted the tire out and hot spotted in one case. It was a tesla model x. Which is a very heavy vehicle you know. And so it was like yeah. We had to go rescue a couple of cars. I i think that the the problems. It's not a problem but once you have once you find a place like once you have a storage place whether it be a garage where you locate a place like you know w ccs you're like why obviously can never not have my car garage now. And like i know that now like as soon as i when my car was stolen. I was like well. I'm obviously never keeping anything outside again. Yeah so you'll warehouse and that's you know it's amazing. Yeah this is the best in the world and especially in la catalytic converters dude like fucking. They're going going. You can't keep can't keep anything like i zack. And i watched someone discover his catalytic converter had been stolen the other day. On your on your car. No no we're sitting at a restaurant and watch someone alec and diligent. I don't put anything past. This was like a honda and and Started out somewhat. Yeah it was bad. But then i came home and told that sorta hannah and hannah is on next door a lot which i tell him not to do but but she goes. Oh yeah in venice. She goes everyone's talking about their cats getting stolen and so i was like well. We're not parking fucking anything. I know you guys have been my little warehouse right so there were cars out in front of that. My warehouse at all clip was dolan. And that's like literally we're stolen no well past in the in the yard like in the straight up come in there all the tweaks come in there. And it's like it's crazy like you say tweezers and everybody. Outside of california is going. Oh my god you must live in the worst area audio sound good. My my headphones seemed like got lower. turned down because we're clipping. Oh you did all right. Just wanna make sure. I'm sorry but like when you say that you'll catalytic they got stolen. Everybody just assumes you live in this area. No and i'm like man you can't buy a house here for under nine hundred and saw you remember. We were driving along and we just. There's like an uber. Pullover guys yelling at some guys outside. The uber like what's going on in the car takes off and we just throw rick. I'm looking here and there's a guy sprinting behind. This uber pre trying to run away person. And i was like what was that. I tweak something part. Two car on the street in venice was my focus. Rs and it got keyed. I won't we went well. That's why like. I went out. And i have my old jeep now. I have an o. Two grand cherokee right. It's and that is the one that like if something happens you're like yeah and i know that it. It sounds shitty to be like. I have a throw away car but we have. We have a throwaway. Magnus rolled up here this morning. A panel fan. Yes do all kind of a five. Okay chevy van. Oh wow okay event like like no no no no no like like a shitty work fan like oh like contractor van. Yes he's had fifteen years. He's like this is my Do anything under the radar van. I was like you're camry but yeah that's you have. You can put people in a van you can't put people Yeah because otherwise. They messed it up. Last time i went into san francisco with with a car. I had a a jaguar. what's the suv. The jaguars nf pace the pace svr. Oh yeah somebody broke that window. Get the fuck out. Oh yeah and the press cargoes press car man so i called up the eight hundred guys. I so sorry but you know the the back they were like. Yeah there were you know. And i was like what can i do when they were like no nothing. Trump's you get back. Yeah and it was like this. And mike mike it happens all yeah. We parked our fiestas t on the street in venice when he added and someone threw a forty a full full. Forty ounce through the back window. Yeah the whole interior is fully glass and beer. It's it's insane because it's you know the streets not good. No don't park don't leave things..
Some Warn of Market Bubble, Bitcoin Bull Bill Miller Disagrees
"What's going on guys. It is tuesday july thirteenth. And we're talking about why bitcoin bill miller doesn't think it's a market bubble even though others seem to think so i up however let's the brief i other brief today it is. Cpi day and i don't need to tell you guys as regular listeners of the show how contentious debate around inflation is right now. The fed is invested in trying to convince everyone that the numbers are high but transitory based on specific dislocations related to the world coming out of corona wall street is invested. Because they're worried that the cheap money party will come to an in their minds. Premature end if the fed is forced to take action and raised rates. Bitcoin is are invested because inflation eating people savings and generally making their lives. Harder is a key part of their philosophical thesis for bitcoin. In the first place all of this added up gives the release of new numbers a pretty serious significance. Well the latest numbers are out and they're pretty sure to make this debate rage even hotter the consumer price index jumped zero point nine percent in june month over month. Five point four percent year-over-year. The monthly change was the largest. One month changed since june. Two thousand eight when you excludes food and energy the so called core. Cpi month over month was also zero point. Nine percent in year-over-year was four point five percent. This was more than expected. Bloomberg economists had predicted zero point. Five percent monthly and four point nine percent year over year. The big drivers of inflation are sort of what you'd expect. Increased demand particularly around things like travel. And they're also continues to be supply shortages. Although many commodity prices like lumber are starting to come back to earth there also shifts in employee expectations. A lot of people are making different. Decisions are looking to be paid more for the first time in a long time. Some of these costs are being passed on. Forty seven percent of small businesses rose average selling prices in may and that was the highest share since one thousand nine hundred eighty one now as always. There is a ton of hemming in hong about the implications of all this. And i'll just point to one tweet. That i think nails it from melting mirrors. She writes cost of living. Cpi is up five point four percent year over year with june alone. Seeing zero point nine percent increase median price. To buy a home is up twenty. Three percent year-over-year wage growth is up three point. Seven percent
"hemming" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?
"In the batman movie in the thing. They did that all like five. Second fucking montage. That's all you need for darth vader. Cacao that that the story of that chick was way more interesting and that was literally like five seconds. They flash back. They saw the people get attacked. And then bain protected her and then she stabbed batman. You could do it so much. Better than three fucking movies to figure out why he can't breathe good back.
"hemming" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?
"So there you go gordon. i'm gonna so pipeline people. I hate you a case. I wasn't clear about that. I just wanted make that clear. And i hate what i hate. More at the moment is the people who are giving into these fucking children. We can't we. We have to just scrape them off and get on with the economy. It's all well and good that we all try to protect our right to protest on. That's fine that's great i. I agree that it's a necessity when it stands in the way of our country actually progressing in a positive manner. Then it's time to push these people off to the side and fucking get to work. I know that's not in our nature but that is the time. I am going to send gordon picture and get his opinion on it. Now this is only a copy gourd. So i have to wait about a week for the official one to come through but as i have mentioned on the air for the last couple of days i have become a chartered. Member of dave dobbin myers Light brigade. I'm going to spread the good word because i think everything coach. Dave says is awesome so also i think gordon i have a message. Whoops that's a little blurry gordon..
"hemming" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?
"What's your thoughts. On the fact that nasa can't figure out the size of asteroid. Yeah how do we fucking think we could split adam and all that shit. Fuck regular schick. One on in switzerland fuck. You can't tell me the size of an asteroid. i think you're splitting an ataman. Half how big's the atom asshole right cheering visible. What is the size of a basketball. We are the two. We can't figure day yet ed. Trump's trying to give these fuckers more money to lawn. Give all your money to ilan bezos. Apparently richard branson has left. This virgin is not pursuing it anymore or not to any degree where he is going to be able to compete. I know he was looking at more of the commercial side of it. But jeff bezos ally. Mosque are the two big players basil's like he's got the cash he can do this. Oh yeah easily rich. Address yuan doesn't but everyone that guy's just gonna horseshoe up his ass when it comes to investors like people love to throw money at the guy and watch his plane crash delight. Don't don't give it a nasa like these two experience if any they give just proved that nasa's useless will but again but this is the difference between government run when it's funded through multiple different countries and different agencies and privately owned privately owned there's no restrictions on whatever you want to experiment with what everyone do you can just do it all the other ones have to go through because it's government it's red tape. Yeah it also it. It's a tenth of the cost like you to come in at a tenth of the cost of sourcing the materials and stop worse because he doesn't have to because again he doesn't have government everything by government by default cost one hundred fifty times more than anybody else or they're going to have to square that circle. They're going to have to work together. I really they're going to have to work together. I don't know if there's any. I don't like Along does the The he resupplies the space station stuff. His ships do that..
"hemming" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?
"You all the best in science and yet that guy could get asthma. Fucking sounds like damn get the guy. A better suited obviously doesn't work. Jesus christ man. I know people smoke three packs a day breathe better can build a fucking death star. You can't get this guy in inhaler. What the fuck. They're bad movies. I don't care what anybody says. I wonder if roger nygaard has an opinion on star wars. Because there is obviously. You can't like the baltic after either. Be a trickier star wars guy. If you like the ball just blow up into a puff of logic. Science origin story suck. I'm not telling you mine. I was born now. i'm nobody. My origin. story will be epic for the record. See if i had grown up in your circumstances my life would be tremendously difference. If i grew up in a cemetery i think. Probably the town of milton wouldn't exist a trust me. I tried to burn it down Would have been very very different. Had i grown up in the adorable town of milton. Which is my favorite town. I feel such a kinship with the people of milton based only on their facebook page. I've never been there. I can't even picture this down in my head but it's amazing. The picture i ever milton in my head. If it doesn't look like it does in my head right now. I'm going to be devastated. I'm telling you right now. Twenty five years ago it did look like exactly what you're thinking. I'm telling you that straight up. I have very only on. Is the episode of this show called proudly sponsored by mad. Where gore does dick tour for us on air. I just go on that and mixed images from rt books and gilmore girls and i- piece them all together to make the perfect town in my head. And that's what melton is. And i love it but we had a grown up there. It would look like the bad town in back to the future to the bad version of hildale..
Data-Driven Journalism Enabled by the Africa Data Hub
"Finley is africa. Data up project lead at open cities lab. We'll be discussing. The newly launched african data before we get into that welcomes. Sarah give us a brief inch zero at open cities lab and the project needed africa data hem and which is a project run by open cities lab as civic organization that's based in gibbon but has now branched out to joe bag capetown and they run projects that support data and take solutions for government and civil society to hold people accountable and to offer a better service delivery where it's needed so that africa data how is a project that was started october. Twenty twenty and it is a data platform that seeks to make complex inaccessible data about covid and related issues more accessible to journalists and the public and researchers and it seeks to stimulate data driven journalism and decision making across the continent. Because at the moment there are a lot of data challenges around covid for africa. We see that in europe and america. There's a lot of data available on the continent. It's far more difficult to come by. How do we get individuals to trust the the data that they receive from from the media and from journalists in environment that currently living in trust both in the media and in government is at an all time low but one of the ways that we can overcome that is providing accuracy and credibility and by unpacking the sources in the make a dodgy around how that data is collected if we are clear that this is the reason data's being collected. We are clear that this is how it was done. Why who it was funded by that offers. A level of trust that audiences can then buy into
Is Your Acne Caused By What You're Eating?
"We have a tendency to think that glowing can be achieved as the result of what we put on our skin as opposed to what we put in our bodies in fact we spent over a billion dollars collectively on prescriptions and over the counter products to cure acne but eliminating acne as best approach as an inside job. Dr hemming recently spoke about this with his colleagues at the ultra wellness center. Todd lopin and dr elizabeth bow him. The skin is contiguous with the guts of. I draw a line on the skin. And i keep drawing a line and go down my tongue. Go into my gets done on my stomach and intestine. I'm still on the same surface. So oftentimes you know mark. Is that thought of that. Yeah it's a cool. That's how i explained to patients. So the skin is contiguous with a gun incident echo dermal tissue and when their skin issues think got. It's really a tube tunes outside your body is your gut yes it's true. I mean when patient with psoriasis eczema. Acne rose atia treat their gut. Yeah and i don't put stuff all over their face or on their body exactly as the inflammation. I get rid of that and it's like a. It's a really an american miracle i mean it is a dermatology is not something that i'm an expert in although i was trained as a family doctrine dermatology but i feel like it's we get the most amazing results just for something as simple as fixing the gut and changing the diet. I remember i was having a conversation with my daughter. You know about skincare products you know and okay what what's the best thing to use for my skin and and all of a sudden i realized even though we had been she live with me your whole life you know. I don't think i ever said this. I said what's what you're eating is so much more important than what you're putting on your
The History (and Erasure) of Black Brewers
"Despite the overarching image of whiteness. When it comes to beer there is a vast history of black brewing culture. Which like so many things has been largely erased from the history books and cultural consciousness. James bennett the second dove into this for a recent peace in eater. He acknowledges the huge influences of german and irish culture in america but points out. That's not the only source when it comes to beer quoting eater. The ancestors of african americans. They were fermenters. They were really good at making their own liquor and making their own beers and also making wine from fruit says the culinary historian and writer. Michael w twitty one of our african 'isms in fact was producing all of these things and one of the reasons why we did. That was because it was related to our traditional spirituality libation twitty. Ads is the heart of african spiritual worship. He recounts seeing this firsthand on a trip to takhar village in cameroon. They pull out a big ceramic vessel full of their traditional beer. He says and even though a lot of takhar our muslim this is one of the traditional religious practices that they keep alongside islam. What beer-drinking may be nonexistent on friday. Would he notes. You better believe that at social functions to honor youth. Celebrate a marriage or the deceased in the ground. Alcohol is poured out and passed among the elders and quotes alcohol and in many cases. Beer was and is important. Spiritually and culturally to many different communities in africa throughout the ages as european colonizers began enslaving people and forcing them to work on their stolen land. The knowledge and skill sets of many enslaved black people surrounding bruin were exploited quoting again. The prevailing image of enslaved black person is that of someone laboring in the fields were being ordered around the big house but american slavery built in sustained a pretty much every aspect of this american life and that included beer again the west african societies. From which so many bodies were stolen. Were no stranger to the mechanisms of fermentation. We know that. Enslaved africans and african caribbeans were brewing beer or were cultivating hops or other grains. That would have been used in the brewing process. Says theresa mccullough of the smithsonian's national museum of american history. Black brewing skill was no secret. She adds advertisements for enslaved. People who were skilled. Brewers -absolutely wanted posters that identified fugitives as skilled brewers or otherwise involved in the brewing industry. As american as apple pie. Peter hemmings enslaved at monticello was a master brewer and quote but even if their expertise was being used to produce beer many black individuals who were free at the time. Weren't drinking much of it. Part of it was because temperance. Got rolled into the abolitionist movements. Most abolitionists were anti alcohol. Seen it as a toxic influence and a tool of the oppressor now. That's not to say that all temperance advocates were abolitionists. Far from it but most abolitionist were teetotalers. But there is also a practical angle. Bennett explains black. People were wary of being taken advantage of by white people while drunk and also simply didn't have the money or time for drinking while they were figuring out more important matters like getting an education job and securing semblance of safety in a dangerous climate then in the second half of the nineteenth century beer and cider went from being a smaller mostly at home type of operation to a profitable business largely. Thanks to the influence of german immigrants in america and of course now that it was profitable. Black brewers were shut out and being that beer was now more something to be purchased at an establishment like a saloon versus consumed at home. Black people were also often refused service. Then prohibition hits and when it was repealed with many federal regulations in place breweries were fearful of being shut down so they leaned hard into patriotic. Branding the kind of whitewashed stars and stripes apple pie type of america that is definitively white as been it says. Advertising has more to do with what we buy than most of us care to admit and by his accounts that adds up with the consumer trends that we saw throughout the second half of the twentieth century as white flight brought middle and upper middle class white people to the suburbs where they could host parties at home and had a bit of bigger budget a lot of them swapped beer for cocktails and thinking that they could get them back with a beer that had as high as cocktails beer. Companies tried to sell the white suburbanites on malt liquor but the attempt flopped most likely minutes opposes. Because it's something of an acquired taste so then a pivot happened quoting again. How did malt liquor go from garden. Party aspirated two boys in the hood levels of despair. The exact y. Is a matter of law but jane. Nicole jackson beckham diversity ambassador for the brewers association has a pretty good idea. The story i've been able to get is that there was some kind of persistent market research saying that. Urban audiences make more purchasing decisions based on. Abc and that urban audiences tend to buy for volume. She says the decision was made to market malt liquor not as an upscale product but a specifically urban products and to put it in a large vessel boom the forty and quotes
Apple supply chain in spotlight as world runs out of semiconductors
"This time last year. We were just starting to grapple with how kobe nineteen would affect the supply chain. Some things never change. It seems apple three dot. Org ran part of a piece from bloomberg on monday pointing to a serious supply chain shortage for. Semiconductors apple will probably be fine though bloomberg points out. Even the cupertino company said recently that sales of some new iphones were hemmed in by a shortage of components. Whatever trouble apple has others will likely be harder. Hit quoting bloomberg auto and electronics makers that cut back drastically in the early days of the outbreak are now rushing to re up orders. Only to get turned away because chipmakers stretched to the max supplying smartphone giants like apple. The hardest hit will be carmakers seems. Gm has had the mothball three plants in north america. According to the report while ford is bracing for a twenty percent drop in near-term output quoting bloomberg again chip shortages are expected to wipe out sixty one billion dollars of sales for automakers alone but the head to the much larger electronics industry while tough to quantify at this early stage could be far larger.
Major storm hits Northeast, more than foot of snow forecast
"I'm Julie Walker a major storm is hitting the northeast with more than a foot of snow forecast which means hardware stores are also getting hit by customers needing to prepare that was o'neill's for ace hardware stores in New York and says it's may hem with people buying most of all by email and let usually so that you can get out there but one item surprised him because everyone is stuck home so they are we filling your soda stream canisters that I can't believe how many people why because we have some snow shoveling advise you to do it for you but if you have to do it get one of those ergonomic shovels trouble technology we do not is really come a long way over the years and those that favor shovels really do work Julie Walker work
Our Weekend and Holiday Routines During A Pandemic
"Twenty eight is going to be in the books soon. Which i know. Many people are grateful for although you know it's been in my case watching henry grew up this year. It's been his first year of life with all the stuff happening in. So i wouldn't want to wish it away because i've really enjoyed seeing that kids learn grow for that first year although weekends and evenings in such babies are very challenging. Sarah how is our weekends holidays going for you with kids these days. Yeah and in full disclosure. This question came from it. Cut this intro. Inspiration came from instagram. Or someone just wanted to hear. How are we days with kids. We're going these days. So i thought that would be fun to talk about. And i wanted to know from laura's perspective if her number of inker events has changed at all since she had a baby. So we'll see what she says. Ours have changed recently. As i mentioned that jimmy has stopped napping so we have this built in structure of leg in the morning rush. Home get asleep. Relax take a nap while she takes a nap. And then get up and figure something out and now all of a sudden it's like oh that's structure doesn't have to have to constrain us anymore. Necessarily i still would like to have some kind of afternoon. Quiet time which i mentioned previously. So you know. We're working on that but you know if we're both off. We try to do some kind of outing most days. I know some people are able to just putter around the house. I think the ages of our kids were just not there yet. It's not very enjoyable to spend all day in the house into the weather is terrible and we're forced to than that it is what it is but otherwise we are either going to a park. We're trying to go hiking or we are trying to check out the zoo or some other kind of like attraction since it is a nice season and because pandemic so that's kind of our current structure and then we either eat lunch on the go or eat lunch at home although eating lunch and the goal has gotten harder recently because again pandemic but then when we get home we are a little bit more lazy in the afternoons. Some screens typically come on and then we've still doing a very regular rotation of night on saturday and sunday. i typically. that's like our family. Neil where i cook something and it can get a little fancy last week. Cameron requested crab. Again so i cooked a bunch of crabs. We had the little things to open them. Made corn potatoes and beans and stuff they. It was like a nice family dinner. That sounds really awesome. I wish my kids would have crab while samuel eight lobster and crab so yes. He's he's that kid. I'm the others. Don't know what they're missing well with a baby who is crawling everywhere and up on furniture and such. There is no puttering around on weekends. Or here's there could be one person puttering around on the weekends but that means that the other person that needs to be watching the baby And if that is not mutually agreed upon that can lead to resentment on one part or the other so we really have to kind of trade off and say okay. Here's who's doing what at what time so each of us can get our exercise in or any trips or other such things. We need to do figuring out with the other kids activities. Henry is still taking to naps at this point Trying to figure out okay. Will the morning nap the afternoon nap. It's kind of hard to go anywhere. But then again with the pandemic. We have not been doing that much anyway so probably by the time things really start opening up for that possibility. He's gonna be in the next stage which will be fine because then we can go do a morning activity come home to the afternoon nap and have that time that we we know will be quiet because the older kids can generally disagreement. Alex is a bit hit or miss. Although usually if we get him on the computer he will watch it for hours So kind of think of it as camp youtube but The only promise of the other kids decide they want the family computer so we make sure that they do not want the family computer. Please watch something on your phones. Watch something on the ipad. go do something else. Do not take the one computer that alex wants. You know kids do grow up. I had this great idea back in early. Twenty twenty and i had hired basically a second part time nanny partly to help with driving in the afternoons and then to do saturdays as you know full day of childcare so that we could do the older kids activities. Not have the stress of having somebody home for the baby's naps or somebody having to watch the baby on the sidelines of games and things like that and then of course with the pandemic we did not that was not able to continue. That particular person didn't actually want to keep coming whether that was allowed or not. She was not comfortable doing so. So that was the end of that. And so we've just been on for weekends and you know i mean it was probably something i will look into again as things scale back up because we haven't had as many places to go but when we do again i think we're going to like we will have to have somebody home in the afternoon while the baby naps. Possibly as jasper is fourteen. Maybe that person can be hemmed so yeah. I haven't entirely thought that weekends are not exactly relaxing. They says
Man of the People
"And the story. You're about to hear it takes place in nineteen seventeen but almost everything that happens in. It feels like it could have happened this week. Basically it starts with this young doctor john. Brinkley he's just married the love of his life many and they decided to go find a place where they can just settle down. He's going to be a town doctor and then they set out for kansas because they see an advertisement that says milford kansas population. Three thousand when you doctor. And they're like okay. We'll go west. So they travel west get milford and three thousand was a typo in fact it was population. Three hundred which say it's like the middle of nowhere. There's nobody there. This is penny lane. She's a filmmaker. She made a documentary about john brinkley. Brinkley moved to milford and they set up shop. This elderly farmer named bills. It's worth comes into the office and you know after much hemming hiring kind of manages to spit out his problem. Which is that. He's a flat tire Get it get it you know and finally the brinkley's like oh. You're impotent okay. Gotcha i'm so sorry. We have nothing for that. Like modern medical science has not solved. That problem. I'm very sorry according to brinkley. What happens next is that he and the former get into small talk and they start talking about goats talking about. How goats never seem to be impotent. They're always zero. And the farmer says something to brinkley. That will change his life. he says. Gosh it's too bad. I don't have billy goat nuts and then brinkley laughs. And then after hours of brinkley's saying no i didn't learn that in medical school. That's not how we do. Things that might now work could be dangerous. The farmer infuses to leave until brinkley agrees to try to fix impotence by giving him go testicles. There's the strangest eureka moment so then of course he tries it and it works. It works according to brinkley. Brinkley tells the world that he has created the goat gland cure. Meaning he will take goat testicles. Insert them into your scrotum and you'll be healed and not just of impotence either. He says it'll cure flatulence emphysema stomach cancer. He's got a version for women which he says will cure female infertility. I talked to this redder. Pope brock who wrote a book about brinkley charlton. He said that when patients came to bring you get the surgery it was set up so that the patients would know that they were getting exactly what they paid for right so the patient was it was local anesthetic so that he could be assured that was actually getting the goat and then Many brinkley usually brinkley's wife would do the snipping on the goat. They would bring the goat balls over opened a guy up toss them in so him up and send him out so just to be clear. This surgery is bogus utterly bogus and privately. Brinkley knows this but he's extremely good. Commencing the public that he believes in what he's selling that goat gland surgery really works. It helps that he looks extremely professional. He's got a three piece suit. He's got round glasses. This neat blonde goatee. He's everybody's idea of what a smart doctor looks like. And so they start showing up at the clinic. These nervous guys ready for the surgery their own goats in tau like you bring the you want this just clutched in your arms and your pounding on the door About pretty soon he He got his own heard out back. Because it was you know was a volume business. By that point the patient would come out browse the herd and pick one the the the goat with which he felt the most connection you know whatever. He felt simpatico. That's the good he. He chose lobster at a restaurant exactly exactly exactly so. Business is booming. Brinkley has found a great scheme. Because what happens is there are men who are impotent. Who get the surgery. And because there are evidences psychological diplo cbo effect saves them and they thanked dr brinkley and for the men that it doesn't work on their generally too ashamed to say anything about it so no matter what he wins
From Stressed Mom to Calm in a Few Months
"Clara with all of this. What would you say. What did you start to identify with like. You're the biggest pain point. Like which one of those areas was the biggest stressor for you marriage like but because my husband is so rooting oriented. Everything is routine for him in. I didn't know what that was actually. Probably gonna put it on that because it slowed into everything else. Gotcha so the marriage was when we started to look at the fruit of our life. The marriage the fruit of our marriage was actually negatively affecting everything. Sounds like it was negatively affecting money and your home life and everything. Okay so now. I have to ask. You have been a part of this pretty much since we started which is about a year and a half now. Okay so what what has changed. What does life look like a year and a half later. While i had to ask my husband because i literally don't know that person anymore as far as i'm going to start at the top again and i try to do it in because of you have taught this which has been so huge for me. I know who who my father is in who i am in him. And my marriage we go on dates all the time Through little bit of kurban there we had to kind of relearn so that actually could just but we did The level of honor we have for each other is actually incredible in its still building. There's i'm not. I haven't arrived like it's still like a progress and it's been it's been pretty huge as far as my kids. I'm not gonna say that. I ever yell at them because my mom and i still do i still on but i catch myself like i catch when it's about to happen or a catch when at right after i do it and i have actually given my children the freedom to say mom. You're yelling or mom. You're not being very nice. I actually gave them the freedom to do that. And that if you want to like. They're like the best little police in your whole ever. trust me. they pitch everything. When you give kids permission to call you out on steph. They do it it and they don't miss one single one single thing and as far as money i have since i now have two strings of streams of income I am. I have my own youtube channel and i'm actually part of the budget but didn't plan and we've actually. This is going to tell you this action. But i love about this system. You give us the freedom to figure out what works for us. You don't create a system that is like this is how it is like you have a system that works for the hemmings like but we have to figure we have to find it but you give us the tools to find it. And that's what i love. So we actually over this last year have tried a bunch of different ones and we just now found what works for the helms and i absolutely love it like it is so cool and it's like a mixture so for us like actually talk about money and there's nobody mad and there's nobody crying and there's like so much freedom in there is no guilt in buying anything. There's no guilty you know. It's just incredible. The amount of honor that is in the whole money thing we've had yeah just major breakers