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A highlight from Paul Braren and Lots of Stuff to Catch Up on! HGG584
"This is the Average Guy Network, and you have found Home Gadget Geeks Show No. 584 with guest Paul Brarren, recorded on September 7, 2023. Here on Home Gadget Geeks, we cover all the favorite tech gadgets that find their way in your home. News, reviews, product updates and conversation, all through The Average Tech Guy. I'm your host, Jim Collison, broadcasting live from the averageguy .tv studios here. And a beautiful fall is on its way. Well, maybe this could be false fall. But we're getting closer. And of course, we'll post the show with world -class show notes out at theaverageguy .tv. Big thanks to Marv B, who joined us last week. Marv, always good to fill in on a pinch. And Marv, great to have you last week. Thanks for coming out. And big thanks to our Patreon subscribers, who are part of the team each and every month. If you're interested in, if you find value in the podcast and you're interested in joining us, head out to theaverageguy .tv slash Patreon. I mentioned Paul is with us. Paul Brarren is back. Paul, you were the most requested guest I've ever had on Home Gadget Geeks in the last couple months. People have been like, Where's Paul? Bring Paul back. So you said, Yes, thank you. And then a whole bunch of people were excited this week. Welcome back to Home Gadget Geeks. Paul Brarrens Thank you so much, Jim. It's very kind. Last time we were on was March of 2022, and a lot has happened in license then. But the outpouring on Twitter, especially John Vigz there, very kind thing said. It was very sweet. Jim Collison Yeah, yeah, it's good, good to catch up with you. We, we go way back with Home, for anyone just joining us, we go back, way back with Home Server Show. We've, we've been together a couple times at some of the meetups. We did you do, what did you do with your, with your old Honda Civic? What, what happened? Paul Brarrens Yeah, my youngest son had it. It didn't last too long. Made a few trips to Pittsburgh and back, and then conked out about 20 miles from home. That was the end of that. But it was like 160 ,000 miles or something. It did all right. You and I married almost the same number of years, right, about the same age, all those things. Jim Collison Yeah, it's, it's, it's very similar. We've gotten, I turned my 06 Civic Hybrid over to Sammy. It's got a quarter of a million miles on it. And it's still chugging along. So we're still having, we replaced the batteries once on your, not well, not on your recommendation. You've done it, and then maybe 10 ,000 miles before the warranty ran out. My batteries went bad. That was the old lead -acid batteries. They weren't the new ones we, we see today. I think they were lead -acid. There's 06, right? Do you think? Paul Brarren Yeah, the back seat didn't fold in that Civic, right? So you couldn't use your trunk the same as a regular Civic, because the seats were behind the back passenger, right? Little funky. Yeah, no, and mine went right before warranty too. But anyhow, going back one topic, you mentioned your weather. 94 degrees, I think, maybe 95 today here in Wethersfield, Connecticut, and it's like our third or fourth day like this in a row. It's been hot. And I've been working outside. I picked this week of all weeks to have vacation where it was a staycation and catching up on yard work and home stuff. But we'll get into that. Part of getting a new house, which is not a new house, 33 -year -old house, is renovations. And a lot, and I do whatever I can, when I can. Jim Collison, CFP® – New to you, new to you, and you kind of try to make it your own. By the way, we're sending some cooler weather to you.
Fresh update on "honda" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
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A highlight from 102: Organarchist Part 1
"Welcome to Oregon Rooted, I'm Higher Peaks, and this is Lady Sativa. You're listening to The Dirt Show, where we bring you Oregon's cannabis culture. I'm writing this rap song and shit. And I was like, yeah, I got a Civic on my wrist. You know, I was like, everything's in Honda Civics for me. That's how I measure money. But Honda Civics aren't even that expensive. They're like three thousand bucks. Yeah. Any year. Good Civic is like three racks. So it's like, you know, I got a Civic on my wrist. You know, it's like, that's three racks on your wrist. You know, so I just count it in Civics now. Yeah. Yeah. No dollars anymore. You know what I'm saying? Like, how many Civics? These are like three Civic mics, dude. It helps to go by the hourly too, like for making 20 bucks an hour. You're like, God dang, that cost me like eight hours of my life. Yeah. Or like how many hours of this till I get a Civic? You're like, I'd fuck, dude. That's like three months. That is, man. So, organ -archist, man. Yeah, buddy. What's up? Brother from another mother. It's been so long. Like two years? Three years? Because Covid was two years. Yeah. And it's like. It's just like, you've been doing your thing, man. Yeah, like almost dying. Health. Yeah. Except I, yeah, that. You know, I just, I was like going to say, man, you've been fucking trying to save your own damn life for a couple years. But, but I was like, hey, you've been just doing your thing. Yeah, I was. Yeah. Yeah. Cooped up. So I was growing mushrooms, man. Man, just to flip the interview back, I just wanted to share with you, man. Like, I've been watching you go through all that stuff and like, man, just the channel, like any negative energy or challenges into something so beautiful, dude, like. And with mushrooms, they, they like decompose shit. Like, there's like a death element and life out of death. Living soil, bro. Dude, it's, it's. Yeah, the mushroom thing. I was like, I just been loving watching it, dude. And you're like, really, like if it was just like a healing thing, I'll be like, oh, I hope that shit healed you. But you're like fucking crushing it. God, they're so scary. I won't eat them, dude. Like, I don't want to. Dude, I don't want those. You're pretty healed, though, already. Yeah, I feel like I keep searching for the shadows, man. Yeah. You know, like, like I, you know, you're never like all the way done with your healing process. So like, I'd search for shadows, you know, like I'm like looking for them. I know I must have them, you know, because I do weird shit. Like I'll like pet my knee and like do weird shit. And I'm like, I, you know, if I can't just sit in full lotus and just eat metals, like and be in peace, like there must be something still fucked up. But just like searching for it is like, you know, it's kind of hard. You know, it's like, yeah, it's like. Am I mad at my dad or you know what I mean? Like somebody fucked me when I was a kid. I'm like, no, man. I'm like.
Fresh "Honda" from WTOP 24 Hour News
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A highlight from The TRUTH about Sam Altman and WorldCoin
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In this video, we're going to be taking a closer look at the man behind the curtain, the mysterious wizard of Silicon Valley, Sam Altman, and we're going to be getting to the truth about him, his companies, what they're building, and, most importantly, what it all means for you and the future of humanity. This might be the most important topic in the world right now, so we want to make sure to bring the BitSquad up to speed. Let's get it! Welcome to BitBoy Crypto! My name has been today. We're doing a deep dive on the king of AI, Sam Altman, finding out what this awkward -looking startup junkie is really all about. Samuel Harris Altman grew up in St. Louis, Missouri. He got his first computer at the age of eight. This was back in the 90s when computers were still using dial -up and Pets .com. In 2005, young Samuel dropped out of Stanford after one year studying computer science, co -founded LÜT, location -based social networking mobile application. Go ahead and smash that like button and turn on the channel notifications, which puts you in the BitSquad. Make sure you stay up to speed with the latest crypto news so you don't drop out of all the best gains in the next bull run. But as the CEO of LÜT, LÜT Altman raised over $30 million in venture capital at the business -savvy age of just 19 years old. Imagine being so rich, you think it's a good idea to give $30 million to a 19 -year -old. Anyways, LÜT failed to gain traction, but Sam was still able to sell it in March 2012 to the Green Dot Corporation for $43 .4 million. Not bad for a first -time failed startup. Just one month later, the dropout failed. The founder co -founded another company, Hydrazine Capital, with his brother Jack. And in February 2014, Sammy's startup was named president of Y Combinator. In 2014, Sam claimed that the total valuation of Y Combinator companies has amassed 65 billion. Their catalog is much more impressive than Sam's resume and includes Airbnb, Dropbox, Coinbase, Instacart, OpenSea and Stripe, among countless others. Altman set a target for Y Combinator to fund 1 ,000 new companies per year, which is so many it makes it seem like Sam is just slinging more and more bad ideas at the wall to see what sticks. In 2015, Altman donated $10 million to start Y Combinator Research, a nonprofit research lab that Sammy funded to research basic income, the future of computing, education and building new cities. All these topics seem related, almost like they're part of a larger plan. Sam co -founded OpenAI with Elon Musk in 2015 and in 2019 announced that he would be stepping back at Y Combinator to focus on being CEO of OpenAI. OpenAI has several products including Doll -E, a generative text -to -image AI tool, Whisper, an AI -driven speech -to -text tool and Codex. But the most famous AI tool that OpenAI built is called ChatGPT. A generative AI tool that returns text, images or videos in response to user input prompts. Now, you input your like and subscribe to the channel to get the latest in crypto news. About 27 % of y 'all aren't subscribed. I don't get it. Now, I don't have time to get into exactly how all this AI stuff works, but just from some basic understanding, generative AI is a broad term for any AI system that primarily creates content. Large language models or LLMs are a type of AI system that works with language and draws from a large set of data and computational power. These can create a foundational model which is a term for AI systems that can be applied to a range of purposes. So ChatGPT is a foundational generative AI model that's based on a large language model. Okay, so sorry if that was confusing. I think this stuff is pretty cool, and it's important to understand what all these geeks are talking about with this stuff. I got to research it. I guess they know it intuitively. Moving on. ChatGPT was so popular that it reached 100 million users just two months after launching in 2022, which set an all -time record for user adoption. In response to this unprecedented user demand, Microsoft, a longtime investor in OpenAI, decided to increase their investment and extend their partnership, announcing in January 2023 that they would be investing an additional $10 billion into OpenAI. By now, you might be wondering, Ben, that's all great, but what does Sami have to do with crypto? Back in 2019, when he stepped away from Y Combinator to run OpenAI, Altcoin Altman also co -founded Tools for Humanity, the company building a global IRIS -based biometric cryptocurrency system called Worldcoin. What is Worldcoin? Well, according to Sam, Worldcoin was conceived as a prototype for universal basic income, which Sam sees as inevitable due to the rise of the technology that Sam keeps building himself. Also, it seems like if he would stop building all these things, then we won't have to depend on him to protect us from them. So weird. Sam tried to keep this project quiet at first, probably because it sounds so evil, but the idea simply is this. Users get paid in Worldcoin in a wallet they can use in the Ethereum ecosystem and runs on Optimism's tech stack. WLD tokens will be claimed by people and to verify your identity and unique personhood, Worldcoin wants to scan your IRIS using a super evil -looking silver camera called The Orb. I swear you can't make this stuff up. Worldcoin has a kiosk in Barcelona, offering free french fries in exchange for scanning your IRISes. Good thing I only eat freedom fries. Some offer a $10 rebate on purchases. Some offer a chance to win a new car. Where's Bob Barker when you need him? But whatever paltry bribe Sam Altman and his Worldcoin henchmen are offering, I guarantee you that it's not worth it. Details on this project are still deliberately being kept under wraps, but basic human intuition should tell you whatever they're up to, it's dystopian at best and an evil conspiracy to control the world at worst. My friends at Altcoin Daily said it well. Your eyes will be scanned. You will give up your biometrics data. You will accept your UBI and WLD coin. Sounds like exactly what the World Economic Forum has been planning for years. The scariest part? It's working. Hundreds of thousands of users are being quietly onboarded to Worldcoin in exchange for one of Sam's silly little bribes. According to Nansen, Ethereum layer 2 scaling solution, Optimism Arbitrum surpassed in daily transactions for the first time since January. The spike in activity began on July 24. The same day Worldcoin token went live on the Optimism mainnet. Although Worldcoin is careful to try and hide this information, they definitely do not advertise what's really going on. If you look close at the privacy deep dive section of their website, you'll see they say they're collecting a lot more than just users' irises. They need lots of data to make sure that the orbs are trained to recognize eyes regardless of who had scans. Initial scans targeted mostly children in developing countries like Chile, Indonesia and Sudan. I'm all in favor of decentralized digital identity, but there are a ton of great projects that are working on solutions for that. And none of them have relied on this creepy system of bribing poor children in third world countries so they can harvest their biometric data. There has to be a better way. Now, if you're like me, this kind of behavior by one centralized company, especially a company run by Sam Altman, the man trying to build the world's first AGI, it should worry you. Apparently, it worries European regulators too. Last week, French privacy watchdog group said the legality of this collection seems questionable as to the conditions for storing biometric data. They're coordinating their ongoing investigation with German authorities as well. Britain's information commissioner's office also confirmed that it was making inquiries. Even Ethereum co -founder Vitalik Buterin warned Worldcoin has major issues and pointed out that iris scans could inadvertently expose a person's sex, ethnicity and maybe even their medical conditions. Talk about a privacy risk. How many of you incels living in your mom's basement want people to know that you never even had sex? Oh, that's not what they're talking about? Despite what seems to be nearly universal concerns about Worldcoin's operations, Altman says they're going strong and onboarding one new verified person every eight seconds. That's a bull run. A bull ride. Crazy to think about, but at that rate, it would take them five years to get to 20 million users. So Altman's plans to 5X Worldcoin's onboarding capacity, well, it's going to be done by the end of the year. And now we get to the most interesting part of the story to meet anyways, and that's Altman's ongoing and highly public feud with the Dogefather himself, Elon Musk. A short version of how this conflict started is in 2018, Elon approached the other founders of OpenAI and expressed concern that the company had fallen hopelessly behind Google in the quest for AGI. Musk proposed that he take over OpenAI in order to catch up. The other founders rejected his bid. Musk eventually left the company and withdrew his funding. Altman eventually took over, and the two have been in competition and even some conflict ever since. When Chat GBT launched in November of 2022, OpenAI instantly became the hottest name in tech. Musk was reportedly furious. In December 2022, Musk pulled OpenAI's access to Twitter's data, ending a contract sign before Musk acquired Twitter. February 17, Elon tweeted, OpenAI was created as an open source, which is why I named it OpenAI, non -profit company to serve as a counterweight to Google, but now it has become a closed source maximum profit company effectively controlled by Microsoft. On March 15, he tweeted, I'm still confused as to how a non -profit to which I donated about $100 million somehow became a $30 billion market cap for profit. If this is legal, why doesn't everyone do it? That's Bill Gates. He does it. Altman finally fired back in an interview saying about Elon, I mean, he's a jerk, whatever else you want to say about him, but I think he does really care, and he is feeling very stressed about what the future is going to look like for humanity, which is very interesting because a lot of this sounds exactly like conversations I had with Sam Bankman -Fried around the time of the FTX collapse. Things he said about me to me and to other people was he knew that I really cared about the stuff that I was talking about, but I just was going about it the wrong way. Very eerie similarities there. The reason for their dispute though seems to come down to both men wanting to prove themselves. Elon wants to be the man who took down Google and Twitter, and Altman seems to just want to make up for the fact that his first startup would fail. He tweeted in February, I failed pretty hard in my first startup. It sucked! And I'm doing pretty well in my second. The thing I wish someone told me during the first one is that no one else thinks about your failures as much as you do and that as long as you don't psych yourself out, you can try again. It's crazy the two guys with such big brains can be still so small -minded. So we talked a lot about Sam Altman, but what's the takeaway here? What's really at stake in this story? Well, I think it goes back to where we started. Fear. Altman is a prepper. He said in 2016, I have guns, gold, potassium, iodide, antibiotics, batteries, water, gas masks from the Israeli Defense Force and a big patch of land and big shore I can fly to. What is he prepping for? Well, he doesn't say. But the key is the answer to that question was asked in Congress on May 16, 2023. What's his biggest fear? My worst fears are that we cause significant. We, the field, the technology, the industry cause significant harm to the world. I think if this technology goes wrong, it can go quite wrong. So it's clear that Sam is consciously aware of the risks of what he's doing, but he's doing it anyway. He's taking an attitude of technological determinism, the idea that anything can be done will be done. So why not do it first? Why not create the tools for a dystopian nightmare future and then have all the power you need to avoid it right there in your hand? There's just one problem with that. If you believe in technological determinism, you also believe that the path of technology is the same for everyone, which means that anyone else could go down the same path and beat you to the prize at the finish line. And what's that prize? Well, if you ask Sam, artificial general intelligence, AGI, which means a piece of software that combines solutions to new unfamiliar tasks, basically code that can actually think. It's likely that the creation of such a piece of technology would lead to what's known to sci -fi nerds as the technological singularity, got in a box. The singularity refers to a point at which technological growth becomes uncontrollable and irreversible, resulting in unforeseeable changes to humanity and civilization. OpenAI published a paper in April concluding that the latest OpenAI model exhibits many traits of intelligence, including abstraction, comprehension, vision, coding and understanding of human motives and emotions. In June, The New York Times published an article alleging that many leaders of Silicon Valley are becoming concerned that the singularity may already be here, and we just haven't realized it yet. Altman himself stated during his recent appearance on Lex Freeman podcast that he believes that multiple teams will create AGI while working on different projects in different parts of the world at roughly the same time. In other words, Sam isn't just worried that he won't get to the singularity first. He's worried that even if he does, his creation still won't be enough to save him from itself. And that's Sam Altman's worst fear. Sam once tweeted, AI is the tech the world has always wanted, but we don't want it if it means we have to let him scan our eyes and unleash something on mankind that has the power to take over every aspect of our lives before we even realize we've lost control. Let me know down below in the comments what you think about Sam Altman and his plans to control the future of civilization. And let me know what you think about AI and which projects are using it in creative ways that might give them an edge in the next bull run. And most importantly, Sam Altman vs Sam Bankman -Fried in a cage match, who wins? That's all I got. Be blessed. BitBoy out.
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A highlight from BULLISH On Storage Coins? (Filecoin & Arweave Price Predictions)
"Set summer in motion with the most adventurous Honda vehicles yet, like the Passport and Pilot Trail Sport and the Ridgeline, built for better off -road performance and engineered for more adventure. Summer is here. For a limited time, well -qualified buyers can get a 3 .9 % APR on a 2023 Honda Pilot, a 2 .9 % APR on a 2023 Passport and a 0 .9 % APR on a 2023 Ridgeline. Buy online, reserved from select dealers, or visit your local Honda dealer today. See dealer for financing details. Welcome to BitBoy Crypto. My name is AJ, and this is the price prediction department. This video has been coming for a while, and I'm very excited to get into it. Right now, we're not going to look at one, but two coins that are leaders of the storage coins Filecoin and Arweave. Let's get it. Storage coins play a crucial role in the future of Web3, and here's why. More traditional cloud services, they pose threats to your privacy, censorship, security, and alternatively, decentralized storage eliminates these problems, which is why I would personally never store my own data on a centralized server. So if data is the new gold, what does that make storage? Valuable. All that data has to go somewhere, right? With the rise of Web3, obviously, decentralized storage capacity has increased exponentially. In fact, Fortune Business Insights projects that the market size of data storage will be in the ballpark of $778 billion by 2030. I personally think it could even be more than that. This could easily be a trillion dollar industry. But my question is, what percentage of that market share will be in decentralized storage? So what do coins like Filecoin and Arweave even do? The surface level idea of both of these coins is very simple. If you need a place to store your data, you pay them to store it for you. On the flip side, if you have unused space on your hard drives, you could rent it out to them and get compensated for it. The best thing about the utility of data storage is how many different industries can use it. According to this Filecoin chart, they have technology, natural resources, health care, social services, infrastructure. And really, it's a win win for everyone, especially when it's decentralized. Well, how is it decentralized? So when you get thousands and thousands of people all over the world renting out their hard drive space, it creates a massive web of computers that decentralizes the information. And in my opinion, this is a much better alternative to a centralized cloud, which has one single point of failure. So you might be thinking, AJ, this sounds great and all, but how much more does it cost to use a decentralized server compared to like Google or Amazon? On your screen, you will see a chart of the prices. And as you can see, it's actually much cheaper to use decentralized storage. You'll also notice that if you're just paying for one month, Filecoin is definitely the way to go. But if you intend to store your data for a long period of time or even permanently, Arweave is definitely the way to go. With Filecoin, you pay once a month. With Arweave, you pay a one time fee and that's it. So sure, Arweave's one time payment is going to cost a little bit more money, but as you can see here, over time, it's going to save you money. So it's really up to your personal preference and how long you want to store your data. So which one is better, Filecoin or Arweave? Well, they're both good for different reasons. Filecoin, for instance, offers more storage space than any decentralized coin right now. Filecoin storage capacity is 22 .9 exabytes and one exabyte is 1 .15 billion gigabytes. Think about how big of an iPod that is. To be fair, so far, they have only used about 5 % of their capacity. Digging further into Filecoin, it's important to point out that Filecoin describes itself as a decentralized storage network designed to store humanity's most important information. And this is why Filecoin is built on top of the IPFS or the Interplanetary File System. The purpose of the IPFS is to replace the server protocols that power the World Wide Web. The IPFS relies on centralized nodes rather than centralized servers. And this is why the goal is to one day get the Internet outside of our planet, because we will not need to refer back to centralized servers on Earth, hence the name Interplanetary. If I was doing a video just on Filecoin, I would dive very far into this, but there is a lot to the IPFS. And to be fair, they are also working on a remarkable scaling solution called the IPC or the Interplanetary Consensus and definitely look into it on your own time. And with all that said, that's how I can explain the real difference between Filecoin and Arweave. So yes, the two of them are storage coins, but they both have different consensus mechanisms. They have different structures of blockchain. Arweave's structure is very interesting. But on the surface, Filecoin is focused on getting the Internet, as we know it, outside of the planet. Filecoin wants to be interplanetary. Arweave, on the other hand, is focused on permanence. If you store something on Arweave now, it will be there for at least 200 years, but Arweave's goal is for it to be there forever. Permanence. So the two coins are pretty similar in pr - Hello? Dude, Gary, Gary, thank you. Wait, thank you for what? Thank you for nothing. And thank you to Stake for sponsoring this video. So as you can see on this chart here, Filecoin is pretty far ahead of its peers, but it's its tokenomics where things start to get a little fuzzy. And as you will see a little later in the video, Arweave has Filecoin crushed in tokenomics. But to be fair, Filecoin has a much larger market cap, and they offer more storage space. I'm not going to get into every backer for each coin, but they are both backed by A16Z or Andreessen Horowitz. A16Z helps Filecoin a little bit more than they help Arweave, as Filecoin's ICO is one of the largest in history. And I'm pretty sure they're building a crypto startup school together, too. You know, so it's obvious Filecoin has a larger market cap. They had more backing coming into their ICO, and they have that advantage. But on the flip side, Arweave was also backed by Andreessen Horowitz, but not to the extent Filecoin was. They were also backed by Coinbase Ventures. But also keep in mind, Arweave sits just outside of the top 100, and how do they sustain their project? Remember when I said Filecoin, you know, they get a monthly fee from you. With Arweave, you only pay one fee one time. So Arweave's solution to staying above water is a sustainable endowment. And a lot of the storage fees that they get from that one -time payment goes into the endowment and gains interest. And consequently, Arweave pays those future storage costs from the money generated through interest from the endowment. And in terms of partnerships, just to mention a couple, Filecoin is partnered with Harvard University to use decentralized tech to protect important information. And Filecoin has also worked with Microsoft to build Ion, which is the decentralized identity service. On the Arweave side, Arweave is partnered with Solana, Avax, DOT, Cosmos, Near. And the big one, late last year, it came out that Meta was partnering with Arweave to permanently store digital collectibles on Instagram. And this news was very big for Arweave and the community. I'm pretty sure they had like a 60 % pump off the back of this news, and rightfully so. And as you can see on your screen here, Arweave has a massive ecosystem, and there's a lot to it. But since I'm doing two coins in one video, I don't have time to get into everything about both coins. Just like how Filecoin has the interplanetary file system, Arweave has the Permaweb. And like I said, Arweave's whole goal is about permanence, you know, something being stored there forever. Another partnership that Arweave has is with Internet Archive. You might know them from the people who created the Wayback Machine. And this is why I like Arweave so much, and why being censorship resistant is such a big deal. Arweave and Internet Archive are doing just that. They are archiving the entire Internet. So say, you know, like some government wants something covered up that happened 30 years ago, and they can go scrub that from the Internet and erase all history of it. And this would stop that from happening, because when you archive the Internet, you build a verifiable history. And that's why I find this partnership so interesting, because one, it's anti -censorship, and two, history will be preserved the way it was intended to be. So let's keep it moving here and get into tokenomics and price predictions. The equation for price predictions is price equals market cap divided by circulating supply. So my job is to figure out what the supply is estimated to be by the time we get to the top of the next bull run, which is projected for November of 2025, and to figure out what the market cap could be to give us the price. Filecoin put in its all -time high April 1st of 2021 at $232. At the time, its market cap was $11 .94 billion, and its supply was $64 .27 million, which is why the price was able to go that high. Now, it's a much different story, and Filecoin is priced at $4 .15, and that's 98 .2 % down from its previous all -time high. Filecoin's current market cap is $1 .81 billion, and to be fair, it is still ranked 30th by market cap. And this is where I start to get a little worried about Filecoin, because its supply right now is a little over $440 million, which is 582 % higher than before. And the worst part of all of this is that Filecoin is only 22 .4 % vested, which means that over 77 % of the supply is not in circulation yet. Filecoin's max supply is $2 billion. Well, not really. It's actually $1 .96 billion, and that's because there's burn mechanisms from gas fees and penalties and things like that. And Filecoin's max supply might not even go that high. On your screen here is the original Filecoin allocation, and on the top right, do you see that 15 % mining reserve? Those 300 million tokens might not ever enter the supply. It would actually require a protocol update from the community for those coins to even be tapped into, and really, it's up to the community. And I really hope that they don't tap into that supply, because the problem that Filecoin is going to have is that its market cap is going to be chasing its supply for a very long time. For example, if you took Filecoin's all -time high market cap and put that with its supply just right now, that once $232 Filecoin would now only be a $27 .2 Filecoin. And the problem is the supply is going to continue to grow from here. Filecoin's tokenomics are very complicated, and in the description I will link this blog that is very interesting and has all the details, but right now I'm going to give you the abbreviated version. The long story short with Filecoin tokenomics is that they have sources and sinks, otherwise known as inflows and outflows. And like I said earlier, Filecoin does have some deflationary measures to take into consideration, because they burn gas fees, or if a miner's stake gets slashed, penalties, stuff like that. And for a coin that's only 22 % vested, it is great that they're burning, but it does not compare to the coins that are coming in, the inflows. Filecoin has two types of mining. They're simple and baseline. And 70 % of Filecoin's mining comes from baseline mining. And the process will take about 20 years for new coins to stop coming into the supply. And remember what I said, there's 440 million coins in the supply right now. But according to this chart by Masari, we're roughly looking at a circulating supply of 550 million by November of 2025, which is a 25 .3 % gain to the supply now. So back to my point, Filecoin's market cap will be chasing its supply, and it still has a very long way to go. Using the dominance idea that I've implemented in previous videos, I was able to do a dominance estimation for Filecoin. And if you don't know, the dominance idea is based off of the total crypto market cap was to go to $7 to $10 trillion. And for the lower end of that range, if Filecoin reached a previous dominance level, it would have about a $24 billion market cap. And when you pair that with the heightened supply of 550 million, you're looking at roughly a $44 Filecoin on the lower end of that spectrum. If the total market cap went to $10 trillion and Filecoin went back to a previous dominance level, it would be about a $40 billion market cap, which is about a $72 Filecoin. And that's about a 17X from right here. I like using the dominance idea as a gauge to see where things could end up, but personally, I do not think that Filecoin's market cap is going to get to, say, $40 billion. Personally, I think it's going to land somewhere between $20 and $30, which is still a very large jump from where it is today. So if Filecoin's market cap went to $20 billion with the heightened supply in mind, you'd be looking at about a $36 .30 Filecoin, which is about an 807 % gain from right now. Still not bad. And if Filecoin went to a $30 billion market cap with the heightened supply in mind, you'd be looking at just under a $55 Filecoin, which is a 13X from its prices right now. Keep in mind, at the time of filming this video, Filecoin is only $4 .15, and I don't think I totally went to the moon on this Filecoin price prediction, but still, thinking somewhere between a $36 and $55 Filecoin is still quite the jump from where we are right now. Now, let's get into the Arweave price prediction. Arweave put in its all -time high November 4, 2021, at $90. At the time, its market cap was just over $4 billion, with a circulating supply of $33 .39 million. Right now, Arweave is ranked 109th by a market cap, with a price point of $5 .09. Right now, its market cap is right around $333 million, with a circulating supply of $65 .4 million. And as you can see, the two supplies, its current supply just about doubled its previous supply. But here's the good news. Arweave is 99 .1 % vested. So while Filecoin still has like 77 % of its supply still to come into circulation, Arweave has less than 1 % yet to come into circulation. So sure, Filecoin has a much bigger market cap than Arweave, but Arweave has much better tokenomics than Filecoin, and this plays a big role moving forward. So Arweave's max supply is 66 million coins. 55 million of that was created at the Genesis block, and the rest were gradually released over time. Since the Genesis block was back in 2018, we are basically there with less than 1 % of the supply remaining to go into circulation. And once Arweave does get to 66 million coins, it will be sort of deflationary. I say that because the fees that go to that endowment I told you about are locked and later released for minor incentives. I'm not really sure how much of a role that will play moving forward, but either way, Arweave's tokenomics situation is much better than Filecoin's. To be fair, like I said, Arweave's circulating supply has about doubled from its previous all -time high, so it has some work to do to get back to that $90 all -time high. So Arweave's market cap does have to play some catch up to get back to that price point. In fact, its market cap would need to be around $5 .9 billion for it to get to $90, which is a 16x from right now. And if Arweave's market cap was able to go to $10 billion, we would be looking at a $153 Arweave, which is a 28x from right now. And with that being said, my Arweave price prediction for the top of the next bull run is $90 to $153. Remember, my Filecoin price prediction is $36 to $55. And it's kind of funny because right now, those two coins are relatively close in price, with Arweave being a little over $5 and Filecoin being $4 .15. But this is a perfect example about why tokenomics matter so much and why you need to be well -versed and well -researched in tokenomics before you even think about buying a coin. Look at this example given the tokenomics. If Filecoin put in a $30 billion market cap and Arweave only put in a $10 billion market cap, Arweave would be worth $153 and Filecoin would be worth $55. Which one are you going to buy? So when it's all said and done and the dust settles, Filecoin will likely have a much larger market cap, but Arweave will likely have a much larger price. Act accordingly. So there you go. There's my price prediction for Filecoin and Arweave. Was I too bearish? Was I too bullish? Let me know down below in the comments. Until next time, my name is AJ writes crypto and have yourself a great rest of your weekend.
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"Of top 3 carriers. Taxes and fees extra. Reduce speeds after data thresholds may vary. Everything you need every time you listen. WTOP News. It's 3 .15. I'm Sandy Kozel. Thanks for being with us. Now our review. This week, it's a new Acura, the to the 24 Integra Type S described as a premium sport compact sedan. WTOP car guy Mike Paris talked to Dimitri Sotis about how there are fewer sports cars and sedans being made anymore. Post has 320 horsepower and something that's even more rare than a small sporty sedan like this. It's a manual transmission. That's all you can get with the Type S with this Integra. So it's going to be pretty rare and you're going to have to know a little bit more than just putting in drive to drive this car around. And it absolutely is considered a performance vehicle then. Definitely is. If you know that Acura is of part Honda and Honda has the Integra Type R which has about 215 horsepower so borrowed they that engine and some of the stuff from Honda so you get a little bit more power, just a little bit more grown up than maybe the Honda version. You'd want a body for this to vehicle match that menacing engine. Does it do that? How would you describe it? Well yeah, it definitely is a more grown up version of a sports car. It has the fendered flares and the big wheels and the low profile tires but it doesn't have huge wings and lots of extra aero bits on it so it's a little bit more subdued in the Honda version but it's still, when you see it, you definitely know that this is not your normal Acura Integra. Yeah, they got the three tailpipes that kind of gives you that indication. Does all this mean poor mileage and high price tag? Not poor mileage, the higher price tag? Well yes, it's about $51 ,000 to start if you want the couple options there. It's talking about $53 ,000, $54 ,000 but if you're easy on the gas you can definitely get about 30 miles per gallon on the highway which is pretty darn good for a car with this amount of power. We do cars, always review the good and the bad. What do they need to work on? Well it doesn't have the biggest backseat so if you're buying this car for a big family car you're going to be let down. If you're someone about 5 '6", 5 '7", you'll fit back there taller. much You're going to wish maybe you drove in something else. Well it is quite fun to drive. Some might find it a little too hardcore on a daily basis with a more stiff suspension than maybe some other cars in this price class. UTOP car guy Mike Paris. See pictures of and read a lot more about the 2024 Acura Integra Type S Premium Sport Compact Sedan at wtop Quick look now at the top stories we're working on at wtop. Unless Congress acts, the government will shut down September 30th. Talks to Hollywood resolve the Riders strike continue this weekend. Keep it here for full details on these stories in the minutes ahead. It's 318. Traffic and weather on the eights. Rick McClure is in the wtop Alright Sandy, let's take you back to the Capital Beltway. Moving well, no change with the volume slow spots. Soudaloo from the spur off and onto a river. Interloop Virginia side slows through Tyson's and McClain toward the Legion. Crash cleanup on the outer loop near Braddock Road was just moved to the right shoulder and those delays should ease soon, so soon you should be back on movement or moving better around the Beltway especially through Prince George's County. Looking good there. I -270, no problems there. 295, the BW Parkway was a little below speed north through Greenbelt. 50, Route still good both inside and outside the Beltway and to and from the Bay Bridge. Three lanes west, two lanes east across the bay. Head over to Virginia, 66 east. Had a few volume slow spots through Fairfax headed east. The crash near Route 123, long gone. 395, had some volume north near Boundary Channel as way you make your toward the inbound 14th Street Bridge that happens every Sunday afternoon. I -95, just volume at the moment mainly in the southbound lanes. No change, basically. Lorton to Dale City. Express lanes appointed northbound and volume on the northbound side to and from Fredericksburg and through the district. Freeway's looking good. 295's holding up steady and no problems reported on the Suitland Parkway,
A highlight from The Cryptos WONT Make It!
"Set summer in motion with the most adventurous Honda vehicles yet, like the Passport and Pilot Trail Sport and the Ridgeline, built for better off -road performance and engineered for more adventure. Summer is here. For a limited time, well -qualified buyers can get a 3 .9 % APR on a 2023 Honda Pilot, a 2 .9 % APR on a 2023 Passport and a 0 .9 % APR on a 2023 Ridgeline. Buy online, reserved from select dealers, or visit your local Honda dealer today. See dealer for financing details. Some people think Adam Back is Satoshi. I don't know. I believe I know who Satoshi is. I believe. I will never say it on this channel. You'll never hear me say. I'm very confident that I know who Satoshi is. Very confident. Bloomberg analyst predicts mass die -off of zombie Ethereum competitors and, man, I told you guys for a long time there's way too many layer 1s. Yeah. I'm sick of layer 1s. I'm sick of layer 1s. I'm sick of them. Like, how many do we need? How many do we need? We don't need as many as we have. I know that much. How many do we need, Ben? How many is a good number? 5 to 10. 5 to 10 I think is good. Yeah, 5 to 10. We don't need 712, which is probably what we have. Yeah. Like, if you, let's go. Well, 1 .8 million is what we need. Well, that's total coins, not layer 1s. But if we go to categories here, and we click on layer 1s, this only shows 47. But as you said, CoinGecko doesn't have as many as. No, CoinGecko has more. Well, they have, no, no. No, they don't have, but CoinMarketer actually has 10 ,000. Keep that in mind. Okay. It says 1 .8 million, but they only have 10 ,000 listed. There? Okay. So I don't know how many CoinGecko has listed total, but, you know, like, you start looking at these things, Multivac, that was when people were showing hard last year. I mean, that thing has been nothing but down, it looks like, according to the chart. Fantasma was really high at one point, not doing well. Moonriver, another one that had a lot of potential on DOT and doesn't really seem to be doing much. Ergo. Okay, Ergo is okay. He's had a big shot up here recently. Kadena. Sui. Chiliz, is Chiliz a layer 1? Why is Chiliz a layer 1? What is he even doing being a layer 1? Like, be an NFT coin. Just build yourself on Ethereum. You don't need your own J. Like, you don't, you start looking. Fantom is absolute trash. Fantom is trash, guys. And can we talk about somebody? Can we talk about Andre Cronier? Andre Cronier is one of the biggest scammers who ever hit cryptocurrency. This guy, Fantom, he was all in. He was all in with SAM with this safe protocol, this recover protocol, safe token. It was all a big scam. SAM hacked it all. Andre knew about all of it. The price of Fantom has been based on, is Andre Cronier on the board right now or is he not? Like, this guy, everything that he touches, it pumps when he wants it to pump, and he makes all the money, and everybody else gets screwed, guys. People call him the godfather of DeFi. No. No. This guy's a money grubber. That's all that he is. Go look at the track record of all his projects. Fantom pumps when he needs liquidity. That's what I'll tell you. Fantom is trash. Now, look, does Fantom has a good, some good spooky swabs? It got some good stuff about it? Sure. Is anybody using it? No. No one is freaking using it. They'll give you fake user numbers, I'm sure. Harmony, trash. Ever since Harmony had that hack, and they made a very bad decision about how they handled it, trash, okay? Like, Elrond has some stuff. I'm definitely not going to call it trash. Injected protocol is one I want to look into on the show. Tezos. A lot of pop, no sizzle. A lot of pop, no sizzle. You start looking at the flow. Like, go check out, like, flow is good for NFTs, but I just like, why did you need your own chain? I just don't understand why all these projects feel like they need their own chains. Because they make more money. Crypto .com makes more money by having their own chain. Everybody makes more money when you have your own chain. Everything happens on your chain. So, look, I like Crypto .com. I like CRO, but I just, you didn't need your own chain. You are fine being on Ethereum. So, anyways, it is what it is. Alright.
A highlight from SBF Behind Latest Binance FUD!
"Set summer in motion with the most adventurous Honda vehicles yet, like the Passport and Pilot Trail Sport and the Ridgeline, built for better off -road performance and engineered for more adventure. Summer is here. For a limited time, well -qualified buyers can get a 3 .9 % APR on a 2023 Honda Pilot, a 2 .9 % APR on a 2023 Passport and a 0 .9 % APR on a 2023 Ridgeline. Buy online, reserved from select dealers, or visit your local Honda dealer today. See dealer for financing details. If you can't tell who the good guys are and who the bad guys are, who the people telling the truth and the people not telling the truth, if you can't tell who they are in crypto, then you need to pay attention because the lines are clearly marked, but they're being skewed by the centralized authorities like the block that was paid $27 million to tell you Sam Bateman Freed was a great guy. Justin, all the Binance FUD stories in the last 24 hours are coming from Semaphore. A media startup. Man, I tell you what, it gives me a full on for. A media startup that Sam Bateman Freed invested in is SBF spreading Binance FUD. Guys, Sam Bateman Freed is an evil genius. I mean, the stuff that this guy does, if he's not behind bald, someone close to him is, he's got a media startup. Why do people not talk more about the corruption of the block and the $27 million that Alameda was paid? Nick, I want to, I know we're going to do a crypto media full on expose, okay? But you know what, Nick? I want, someone's got to do deep research on this. It's going to be deep. Okay. I want someone to go on the block from the date that that payment came in until the fall of FTX, and I want every single story pulled that had to do with Solana, FTX, FTT and any competitor, specifically the ones that we know Alameda crushed.
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A highlight from Could Cardano Hit $100? (Mithril Now LIVE)
"Set summer in motion with the most adventurous Honda vehicles yet, like the Passport and Pilot Trail Sport and the Ridgeline, built for better off -road performance and engineered for more adventure. Summer is here. For a limited time, well -qualified buyers can get a 3 .9 % APR on a 2023 Honda Pilot, a 2 .9 % APR on a 2023 Passport and a 0 .9 % APR on a 2023 Ridgeline. Buy online, reserved from select dealers, or visit your local Honda dealer today. See dealer for financing details. Well, Cardano reached $100. Here are the chances for ADA price to increase. Guys, 99 .99%, I believe. Over time. Everything you need to know as Mithril launches on Cardano. We got a big Cardano segment here because we have a big upgrade. Proof -of -stake blockchain Cardano launched a stake -based protocol, Mithril, on mainnet on July 30, marking a pivotal step towards increased speed and efficiency across the network. The Mithril upgrade aims to reduce the time required for nodes to sync with the blockchain. It enables users to obtain the current state of the blockchain without retrieving its full history. Technological upgrade didn't immediately result in price gains for ADA, as they never do. According to Santa, by the time we're writing token exchange hands, we know it's down a little bit. We already looked at that. Despite the launch of Mithril, development activity on the network trended downwards throughout July. This could cause some problems as investors actively assess developer efforts before making capital investments in a blockchain. Is that true? Is this really a true statement? How many? Let's get percentage here. Tim, and I want your opinion on this, Nick, too. What percentage of crypto investors look at the activity on the blockchain from a development perspective before they throw money in a ticker symbol? Less than 5%. All the dumb ones. All the dumb ones. Wait. Okay. Nick's giving you a very high number here. I'm with Tim. Definitely, I'm going to say less than 10%. Just not give the exact same number. Definitely less than 10%. There's no way. So there we go. Now, what does this upgrade do exactly? Reduces the time required for nodes to sync with the blockchain. Well, thank God. Have you ever downloaded like the Daedalus wallet? Is it Daedalus or Daedalus? Daedalus. The Daedalus wallet. And have you ever sank that thing? You ever sank it? Oh, yeah. That's passed into sync? How long does it take? Like six or eight hours. No, it takes days. Yeah. It depends on how fast your machine is. This reduces the time to sync. Yeah. So, now, these are in the nodes. So, your Daedalus wallet is not considering a node on there, is it? Well, it's not with your Daedalus. It's with the Mithril wallet. With the Mithril wallet. Yeah. It's like a layer on Daedalus and then… Oh, it's a layer on Daedalus. So, like, if you wanted to set up a voting booth somewhere in Africa and like actually get votes going, you could do it in like two hours instead of it taking three days. Thank God. So, in my opinion, I think this is a huge regard. Yeah. It's big. Let's see. There's Aunt Lynn. She's back in the chat. I already have a big bag. Ada will consider buying more at 0 .26 % or 0 .26 cents.
"honda" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"But it's not how you you aren't going to beat the Mercedes Works team with exactly the same components. Well, of course, I'll draw that parallel. McLaren had winning success with Mercedes, the engines that Aston Martin are using right now, although, of course, in an era when they were up against Honda as a team, not after the acquisition and a Works Mercedes, as that kind of became. So is there a risk here that Aston Martin, with Mercedes power, doing very well as a customer, beating the manufacturer? Let's not forget that for anyone in the audience right now. They're doing just fine. This seems to me like it's a big risk to take. Did they talk about the fact that, well, they're doing very well? Thank you very much at the minute. They did. And it's quite interesting. Martin Whitmarsh said, was asked about this. What is the attraction? I mean, it's fairly obvious what attractions for a Works manufacturer deal as opposed to a customer relationship. There's a there's a financial aspect there, but there's also there's an effort aspect as well that Honda will be throwing everything they can to make this relationship work, improve the engines, push on forward. Whereas the Mercedes is more a customer relationship and you give them the money and they get what they've promised. But Martin was quite clear. He said that Mercedes -Benz, as a company, as a racing team, has ambitions to win. Aston Martin, as a racing team, has ambitions to win. And there's an incompatibility with those two ambitions, which is basically that if Aston Martin wants to win in Formula One, it's got to go and do its own thing. It can't be a customer team. It has to have manufacturer support. And this, I think, is primarily what's driven that deal with Honda. Well, Aston Martin has close ties to Mercedes, which is a shareholder in the road car company. More recently, there was a big investment by the Chinese company Geely, the owners of Volvo and Polestar, the London black cabs that we might see flying around the capital. And so with Honda moving towards an electric future, with Mercedes doing the same, Aston Martin are a smaller name in automotive, but presumably, just like all the other companies that have said, we'll never electrify, the likes of Ferrari and Lamborghini. Well, they all are. Is this not a little bit strange, almost a conflict of interests in the road car world? I'll go back to Martin Whitmarsh, he was in quite good form today, actually. He sounds like he has a lot to say for himself. Well, he always has a lot to say for himself. He's one of the one of the better people to speak to in the palette. But we've not. He's been very low profile ever since his returns. This is kind of his first first time he's spoken to us. But he was asked, how does this fit in with the Aston Martin brand? You've Mercedes shareholders, Mercedes engines are in Aston Martin road cars. There's the Geely link. So how does Honda being a works partner in Formula One fit into the brand? And he said, it doesn't fit. Basically, it is a complication. And it's not the sort of thing you would do as a grand plan to have Honda as part of a luxury sports car brand like Aston Martin. But the Aston Martin Formula One team exists to win. That's the priority. That's all that matters above all else. The ambitions of that team is to win. That's why it's gone down the Honda route. The rest can all be kind of put aside to details and can get sorted out later on. Well, I've saved the best till last. Now, Aston Martin do want to win and we've yet to see Fernando Alon. Or, of course, Lance Stroll win in 2023 in that car. There's some races coming up where perhaps they've got an outside chance if everything falls their way. Fernando Alonso with a Honda engine. He won't still be around in Formula One, will he? I mean, GP2 engine, GP2 engine. There was a question thrown today to Watanabe -san, who's the CEO of HRC, just said, I think someone didn't want to ask the obvious question, which was about Fernando. He said, will you have any say on drivers? And there was a wry smile from him and a wry smile from Martin Whitmarsh as well. So it was fairly obvious what they were saying. Watanabe said, it's not our place to choose drivers. So we then followed up with, you know, is Fernando a possibility? Honda were clear, no objections at all. What's done is done in the past. I think Fernando himself is a different character nowadays. He regrets what he said that day in Japan. You know, I think it was just a sign of intense frustration. Very important race at a time when, you know, what had been promised by Honda was far below what was actually delivered. I think Fernando himself generally is a more mature driver now, still performing as brilliantly as ever. Whether he is still around in 2026, it'll be 45 that year. So it'll be fairly astonishing if he's well, he could be competing in Formula One. If he's competing at the level he's competing now, I think it would be, well, it'd be great for Formula One. But let's see if it gets that far. But I think for now, don't believe any people who say that, you know, Honda do not want anything to do with Fernando Alonso, because if he's driving as quick as he's driving now, they'll take him in an instant. All right. Well, I'm calling it now. If Fernando Alonso is still at the top of his game, not just this year or next year or the year after, but in 2026 and fighting at the front, that's it. I'm calling it. The man's a robot. He is the bionic man. Well, that's really interesting stuff. Thank you, John. Thank you for getting us the scoop on that news and telling us what it means as well for both Formula One, for Aston Martin, for Honda as a supplier as well and how it all fits together. Of course, we're heading towards a weekend of racing and around the Principality in Monaco. Look out for our weekend preview podcast coming out later today. Tomorrow, we'll be talking more Le Mans stuff. And then before
"honda" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Honda did continue to provide power units to Red Bull and still does as part of a supply deal that now runs until the end of the 2025 season. But of course, if you cast your mind back to Honda leaving and Braun GP taking over and, of course, the success that Honda have had over the years in Formula One, it's been a case of in outs, in outs. And I kind of want to say shake it all about now. I'm joined today on the podcast by our man, Jonathan Noble, who was on those press calls to talk directly to the senior management about this big deal as Aston Martin wave goodbye to Mercedes power. But, John, Honda have been here before they've been out. They've been into Formula One just less than three years after leaving. They say they're now coming back full time. Is that not a little bit confusing? Well, I think there's two two parallel reasons really here. I think first to win championships, I think when they quit Formula One off the back of the McLaren years hadn't been very good. It looks better with Red Bull, but I don't quite think they're anticipating turning into a world championship winner quite quickly. They've now won back to back tasks with Red Bull. They're likely to get a third this season and who knows how long that goes on for. And they are quite clear today when we spoke to Honda and Aston Martin that this is a partnership based on winning a championship. It's not based on moving forward over five years. It's not based on potentially winning over a set period. This is for world titles. So you've got that. But alongside that, you've got Honda's kind of ambitions in road cars and sustainability in the environment. When they quit Formula One, it was because they wanted a carbon neutral future. They didn't feel the direction F1 was going in could suit that. But F1 shifted a lot. It's got more aggressive with this net zero 2030 ambitions, the move to fully sustainable fuel. The 26 regs have been sorted out. The MGUH that Honda didn't especially like at the beginning has gone. More electric power. So I think the engines kind of the F1 engines move towards what they need for road cars. And Honda are saying that direct technology now in Formula One can go straight into road cars. It's perfect for them. It all fits. Now, you have spoken to the both organizations and I mentioned in the intro, I kind of half joked about in out, in out and shake it all about. But Honda have had very successful periods in Formula One. They even had a connection with Team Silverstone through Mugen, Honda and actually Aston Martin and Honda have both been on the side of the Red Bull as sponsors and logos in recent years. But you've spoken to the teams. Honda will need to once again spool up and re equip that Formula One outfit, which has more recently been wound down again. Did they talk about that and the investment and time required? Yeah, I think there is an element of catching up when they quit Formula One. I mean, it's primarily to walk away completely. There was no ambition to stay in Formula One. It was only because Red Bull came to the table said, look, we need a supply of engines. Can you at least just help us produce the power units? We'll take the power units. You can manufacture them in Sakura in Japan. And that process began. And I think it kind of when the success came, Honda obviously got a bit more interested in helping out, which then transferred into a wider HRC, Honda Racing Corporation relationship, extended to 25. We've seen the Honda name come back on. But over that period with the engine freeze, a lot of the engineers who were working on the project have been dispatched to road car projects and electric projects. So it's been has been wound down a lot. But we asked them today, you know, how far behind are you coming from? And they actually think they haven't lost that much ground because with the engine freeze, you can't develop the current engines. So no one's aggressively developing these power units as of now. So they think it won't be too bad to get things wound up. And I think that's why the announcements come now. It seems very, very early for 26 to be committing like this. But I think if Honda waited six more months, 12 more months, they'd been very, very much on the back foot. So I think this timetable is kind of perfect for them. And what did Aston Martin have to say for themselves? Big investment happening there. I was only at Silverstone a week or two ago when there was some GB3 and some GT stuff on track that I was having a look at. And as you leave the circuit, you can't help but notice Aston are spending some serious money on their campus there. So they clearly have ambitions to be a world championship winning squad. We've seen McLaren try it, and it didn't work with the perhaps clash of cultures, if you want to put it down to that reason. But for whatever reason, a British organisation, a Japanese company, they didn't work well together. We've seen it work more successfully with Red Bull more recently. They didn't have those differences and they had more success together. What did Aston Martin say about their ability to work with a company that has different cultures, is physically based a long way away from where they're building this fabulous new headquarters? I think what's quite significant today was that the first press conference we had was with Martin Whitmarsh, ex -Mclaren F1 team boss, who did that Honda deal in for McLaren in 2015, had gone by the time it actually started. But he was around the previous Honda era, well understands how the Japanese corporate culture works, well understands how to get the best out of Honda. So he sees and understands what Honda needs, knows how the relationship between the kind of English operations and Japanese operations can work. So there feels is the right opportunity, feels that McLaren, after he left, didn't do the right things. Well, obviously, we know how difficult it got at times there, especially with Fernando Alonso. There weren't some easy times during that period. But I think Martin Whitmarsh is very much on the front foot with these negotiations. He's been there in the past. He knows what it needs. And I think it says everything about Aston Martin's ambition that they're going down this route. They felt that Mercedes, you know, would have been a safe option, continue the custom relationship, keep using the gearboxes, keep using the suspension. But it's not how you you aren't going to beat the Mercedes Works team with exactly the same components. Well, of course, I'll draw that parallel. McLaren
Honda recalls CR-Vs in cold states to fix frame rust problem
"Recall, this one involves Honda SUVs. Honda is recalling thousands of older, small SUVs because road salt can cause the frame to rust and rear suspension parts can come loose. The recall covers some CR-V's from 2007 through 2011. These are vehicles that were sold or registered in states where salt is used to clear the roads in the winter. States like New York, Pennsylvania, and Minnesota, safety regulators say the road salt can accumulate and cause corrosion in the rear trailing arm can detach. That can cause drivers to lose control. Honda says it has complaints, but no deaths are injuries. I'm Rita foley.
2007, Rita Foley And 2011 discussed on AP News Radio
"Recall, this one involves Honda SUVs. Honda is recalling thousands of older, small SUVs because road salt can cause the frame to rust and rear suspension parts can come loose. The recall covers some CR-V's from 2007 through 2011. These are vehicles that were sold or registered in states where salt is used to clear the roads in the winter. States like New York, Pennsylvania, and Minnesota, safety regulators say the road salt can accumulate and cause corrosion in the rear trailing arm can detach. That can cause drivers to lose control. Honda says it has complaints, but no deaths are injuries. I'm Rita foley.
Honda recalling 500,000 vehicles to fix seat belt problem
"Honda is recalling half a million vehicles in the U.S. and Canada because the front seat belts may not latch properly. The recall covers some of the automakers top selling models, including the CR-V 2017 through 2020, the accord 2018 and 19, the 2018 through 2020 Odyssey and the 2019 insight also the Acura RDX from 2019 to 2020. Honda says the surface coating on the seat belt buckle can deteriorate over time. The release button can shrink against the channel at lower temperatures, increasing friction and stopping the buckle from latching. The automaker says it has no reports of injuries, dealers will replace the front seat belt buckle release buttons or assemblies if needed.
"honda" Discussed on WTOP
"In a Honda SUV, see your local Honda dealer. It's 6 41. NATO defense ministers meeting in Brussels say they are in an ammunitions race against Russia in Ukraine. Secretary general Jens Stoltenberg says NATO allies must act fast to stop Russia's further advances, but there are logistics issues. The war in Ukraine is consuming an enormous amount of ammunition and depleting allied stock parts. Large caliber ammunition is a big issue Ukraine is consuming huge amounts. Orders placed today with only be delivered to and a half years later. The defense industry, he says, is under strain. That is CBS News correspondent cammie McCormick. The CDC says that teenage girls are dealing with record mental health challenges. More than double boys their own age, New York Times health reporter Ronnie Karen Rabin says there is a solution. Talk to your kids, make sure you connect with your kids, make sure that you try to sit down with them. And if you can sit down and have dinner or just down with them at the end of every day and check in and see how things are going. And really show interest in really ask. And they want the schools to step up too. They want to have more training for teachers to pick up on cues and to discuss this with kids and for there to be more resources for schools to take in kids. And if you or someone you know is dealing with a mental health crisis, remember, if you do need to talk right now, anytime you can dial 9 8 8. Remember how excited you were as a teenager when you finally got your driver's license. I know I was excited. I remember my cousin failed his driver's license test initially. He's about my age. And I was like, all over that. And then he finally passed. Never let him hear the end of it, did you? Oh, no. Even now. It was a big deal. Well, it's not the same today. Teens and young adults consider gen z'ers just don't feel the same way. The insurance information institute says 25% of 16 year olds and 45% of 17 year olds had driver's licenses in 2020. The Washington Post reports that is down nearly 20% from what those numbers were back in 1997. The number of adults getting driver's licenses is also on a slight decline in 1997, nearly 90% of adults between age 20 and 25 had a license. But now that number is down to 80% with the bringing on of mass transit E scooters and rideshare apps. Coming up in just a couple of moments we'll have Preston in here with sports. The wizards are playing out west. They had a double digit lead against Golden State. You know what happens with those? 6 43. American needs reliability, roads to keep supplies moving, energy to power every moment. And we need that reliability now. Hundreds of new infrastructure projects are awaiting government approval. Projects that will supply thousands of jobs and improve American lives. But new red tape from The White House could create years of backlog or worse, project cancellations. Americans can't wait any longer to build back better, we need progress now. For better roads, more affordable energy, and a reliable supply chain. Help break the gridlock, call The White House 202-456-1111. Tell President Biden we need him to cut the government red tape and get America moving again. 202-456-1111
Off-duty NYPD officer buying car shot and critically injured arrest made
"New York City police make an arrest in the shooting of an off duty officer, shot in the head while trying to buy a car from Facebook marketplace Saturday in Brooklyn. NYPD chief of detectives James Essex says officer adid fayez took his brother in law with him to buy a Honda pilot off Facebook marketplace, but instead Randy Jones took them to a driveway. Ben asked jokingly, I use guys carrying a gun. They say no. He then grabs our officer in a headlock real quick and demands money. James then points the gun at the brother in law. Police officers was able to break free at which time the male fight striking him in the head. Essex says Jones speeds off in a BMW register to his mom, which they found using dash cam video from the brother in law's car. Jones switched scars, but was tracked to a day's in and rockling county, his girlfriend and 5 children with him a success they're looking at him for other Facebook robberies. Julie Walker, New York.
Herschel Walker: Raphael Warnock Is on the Wrong Side of Key Issues
"The debate I thought you absolutely beat them And I think these issues have hurt him But the key issues of the economy and crime and our schools he's just on the wrong side of those things isn't he Yeah he's on the wrong side and they don't even want to address him That's the problem You know how can you fix something If you want to address the problem they want to talk about everything else except the problem and the problem is this economy And that is that he voted four times against the Keystone pipeline to give up our energy to our enemies and then with the jobs Sending jobs over to other countries And then when you have no cash bail with all the crime that's going on in the streets and in senator why not he called our men and women in blue thugs and bullets You know he's got the morale down the recruitment is down in the how can you have somebody in Washington that continue to want to divide continuing to want to separate that has no respect for our law enforcement and yet they voted a man last cycle Well it's time for him to leave now He's done enough damage And I fought in wrecking raft because I said he seemed to have wrecked everything says he got to Washington and I think Joe Biden need to go right along with him because he doesn't seem to know what's going on And you know I was telling someone the other day I thought his student loan relief never strained because center why not say he went to the president office and really really got him to go to the student loan relief and yet I saw the student loan relief the student was saying that taking the money to go gamble they're taking the money and go drink booze and they do drugs and I'm like wait a minute that sound like Honda Biden weekend That's not a student loan to me We got to get back to doing the right thing for the people of Georgia And that is a quick giving out money trying to get a vote They continue to give out money which is we don't have to get people to vote for them But I think the people are waking up and starting to smell the coffee and know that these people we want to represent them
Who Is 'First Casualty' Author Toby Harnden?
"Before we get into these amazing stories, Mike span, David Tyson, John walker lind, who is Toby Honda. Tell us about what you did in the British armed forces and your life as a journalist before you became an author. Yes, well, you know, we share a somewhat similar accent as listeners and viewers will detect. You still got yours. Our minds kind of rubbing off a little bit, but I don't know. I'm worried. I'm worried about mind getting a little bit Americanized. But I trust yeah, you're a bit soggy in the middle of the Atlantic somewhere. Yeah, I mean the ace. So yeah, I'm 56 years old, I was born in 66. My father was in the navy. We moved around, we sort of ended up in Manchester, industrial city in the northwest. You don't have a mancunian accent. I think the Royal Navy actually did for the mancunian accent, which was pretty skin deep anyway. But you know, I sort of, you know, I wanted to follow in my father's footstep, I guess there's so many sort of young men do. And I also wanted to get out of Manchester and see the world and it just seemed like a very kind of insular sort of small sort of place. And so all that teenage angst was just channeled towards working hard to get out. And so I got a sponsorship from the I joined the navy at 18. Went to Dartmouth, which is the Britannia royal naval college, kind of the equivalent of the U.S. naval academy at Annapolis, but not really because it's more basic officers training. It's like santas is shorter. Yeah, that's right. I mean, I was there for less than a year. And I threw the navy I got a sponsorship to Oxford to study modern history, so I went off whilst serving naval officer, although I barely wore the uniform for those years apart from a few months sailing around sort of Hong Kong and the far east and Australia. So I had some good times. Yes, exactly. So I was serving naval officer for three years at college and then graduated from college and was pitched in to a career. Which I enjoyed immensely, but you know, it was after the Falklands War, which was 1982, I was joining and supplying to join just sort of join the Falklands actually, age 16. But I missed that. I was stationed in Scotland for the Gulf War, tried very hard to get involved. They managed to that's a long way away from Iraq. I know. They managed to win it without meeting my services. And I remember my boss at the time said, listen to, we don't worry about it. There's going to be plenty of time for medals. And I remember thinking, no, there won't. And of course I left after ten years of service without a single
"honda" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?
"The autos and auto autozone done pet shop. The honest weirdly. It's a dodgeball arena. His that's his territory. Yes she goes like the car shop and looking up like reindeer stuff. She'll off. it's summer it's gonna rain. I should probably be prepared for it. But pretty pricey she's like That's the that's expensive. And we see her leave. We see ryan on her way back as she's ryan to noses a few raindrops. Oh here it comes again was your pull off to the side crack open at big old storage container. She has now pulls out the rink year. She bought it a puts it on. She goes ryan back the rain. Don't bother her no more. She good she prepared. She makes it back to her school as you pause underneath in owning She takes off her raincoat. She looks completely dry underneath that she looks back at the rincon. Take that fuckers. Beat you this time. Oh no she's getting too confident real agro yelling at the clouds by the god teachers in the faculty longer. What's happening now. She doesn't do anything. She's very diminutive and shy once he gets back home. It's another day. She lived this sorry over. Two thousand kilometers. She's racking up putting a lot of miles on this bike She's got to do the oil change again but this time she does it herself. Yeah she is a strong self sufficient woman she need. No dad cannock such as gamma. She's reentered emmanuel as you should get it from the bike and where the oil valve is. She gets underneath inch savage having trouble. Loosening its tight grip on the well. She sees a guy right bike on a ride by on a bike and it inspires her. I guess Sushi put the wrench on the valve again. And just kicks it really hard sir. I listened to works. She likes his shoes and for some reason. She's like i have shoots feet. She's like oh pedal. I kick start the thing. Let me kick. Start this wrench. Yeah i guess so sure enough. I listen of albuquerque's able to unscrew the rest of it Drain the oil and put it back in a public. Some new oil in there and Once she's done so your back inside washing your hands and still got some oil underneath fingernails. 'cause you never really never really goes away for like a week. But he's looking in the mirror. She's had because she did it. Herself mission accomplished. Yeah level up She continues working her job and We see her depositing money like an atm and she's like oh i've saved up a good about ammonia. I'm doing pretty good for myself. And then as she walks from the atm also phone ranks. And it's a call from the only other character we've established in the show rico. Assure no fraker calls her and she's like yeah. I'm back from my summer tripp. Wanna hang out. Oh yeah okay you know those killed on. You've rides often meet reagan rico. And her police. And while she's ryan there she's reflecting on her summer of like. I got my first job. I got my first. You know money you travel further than i ever did. Sphere of influence is expanding and i crave more travel. More comfortable with it. I'm no longer baby. I want power all. Thanks to my honda cub. Thanks on the wing and she arrived. Rake in this house. And it's just like a log cabin in the middle of the woods. This cottage core. Hell yeh more vibes more lesbians talk was like the life. I want side cabin. It's delicious yes. He has a record. She's like come on in and ends the episode there so their body outside of school whow real friendship. He is now.
"honda" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?
"Maybe i need a wind visor. She's eating dinner and she looks at her helmet and she realizes that it has a place to put one like three little spots above wherever above the face so she looks at the label to see where she might be able to get one the next day. They're back at school eating lunch again. and Masks if she can see rico's helmet so let's try it on and she asks if they're expensive enrico is like yeah they can be And kourouma says that she wants a helmet that blocks the wind and rico says the closest place to buy one is probably kofu but we have the internet and their search engine was called goggles. Oh i forgot about that. Yeah loved it. Legally dissimilar brand name very similar but plot relevant brand name. This is the mopeds search engine only so rico's looking at stuff before searching for face shields But they're expensive and then Kojima sees a guy in like the library. That has safety goggles. So she goes up to him and she's like. Hey where'd you get those and he's like you know you can get them the hardware store and she's like oh you think i could use them on like a motorbike and he's like yeah. I've seen people do that so after school. She goes to hardware store to pick them up and she also picks up a chain luck so yea now go a little faster so blue and that night. She has a dream about riding her bike through a field of lovely yellow flowers. What an ice stream very achievable. When you live and dream about your bike. She wakes up the next morning. Happy to have dreamt of anything. She goes to school in waco notices that she's like happier than usual and she goes over and talks to her about how She had a helmet without a face. Shielded i two. But when she got one with a face shield she felt just as happy as Kokomo looks so after school kojima expresses that. She's like excited to ride around more. And then before raking leaves she gives her phone number Zuma's like when. I got my license to drive following something. We the subtext. So when i got my license it didn't feel like a big deal but now that i've gotten recos phone number like i feel really happy. I feel like accepted into the community and she also told her to drive safely and that really meant something to her. she's like i've got no money. No parents no but at least i've got my bike baby this when i was like really weird honda commercial like my life was a meaningless but then i gotta cobb family backs no hobbies. Everything was gray and dull. If you're not on a honda urine orphan being orphaned. If you're on a honda but you're happy to alderson. Yeah she feels like she's got purpose because she like has she has to like take care of her bike and also she can go wherever she wants now..
"honda" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"We're talking today with Matt Cody of the general manager of Moritz Kia all over the place, but were Hearst Alliance? And Jim Hardie, the general manager, Moritz Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram, So we have new product. In fact, I want to start with mad because one of his new products actually been out for over two years. And that you tell you right? Yes, but the way it sells today, it's almost like it just came out. You're right, and we're actually selling more Telluride's now than we were, but the demand is actually even more than it was when it first came out. When it first came out, We could only get a few. We're only getting 15 or 20 a month, But now it's 35 to 50 a month. A store per store, right? And you're still having to sell the incoming vehicles? Well, most of it has ordered a 80% of our Telluride sales are pre orders they ordered built the car. I had a listener that retired from Dallas footwork to Washington state. Okay? Okay. In fact, over the years I've had many listeners who have retired, and they have just gone. Everywhere. But that being said, if you recall, I think Paul wrote me. And I think I sent it off to you because he decided he want to get to tell you right in Washington state and realized it was never ever going to happen. And I think I had him get ahold of you. I don't remember this one. I think you do. Because you don't you afterwards and he said, Yeah, I put one on order. It's going to fly down here. Pick it up. Remember the Washington poor? Yeah, That's what its way in the Northeast us. Well, I know that. Yeah. Okay. I remember this guy. Specific customers are Yeah, that's all right. But again. When was the last time a car has come out? There is stayed this hot for years on end, Okay? I don't have any zero. I don't have any. I mean, I don't remember. I don't remember a car this long do you, Ed? Oh, yeah, I do, because I'm an old guy, Joe. Uh, okay. Maybe we'll know First thing. The whole line of Honda's, But let me go back. It wasn't that long ago. You were in the business. The 1998 Honda Odyssey minivan. That kind of changed everything, Uh, stayed selling it list pretty much for three years. The 2000 accurate tl the one that was 30,500 with navigation, all that, uh, state list for like, four years because they were in such short supply. The difference was not everywhere. In New England. They couldn't give an accurate TL away in the entire rest of the country. They couldn't keep them in stock. So it was really kind of strange, but no second energy crisis Honda, It didn't matter what Honda was. Everything was on an allocation when it came in, except for Honda civic wagons. You could drive on down anytime you want. Just pick your color up. So it tells you how long ago station wagons were dying, but I just reviewed your new carnival. Mm. In fact, Tim Ryan who have not seen in over a year because they're inside, locked up a channel for when I do the review free recording them. Tim was outside and you must spend 20 minutes going over. And said, he said, You've been really high on Hyundai Kia and I said, Tim, come and look at this vehicle and he just couldn't believe it. Yeah, it's a great now the one I had. I mentioned it in the review that overseas they sell a really high end version of it. As an executive limousine Mhm overseas. They have an 11 passenger version of the carnival that we don't offer here. I saw a story where that showed the interior of the executive one. And it looks like the inside of a Gulfstream jet. Wow. And it was expensive. Yeah, but you're the eyepiece seating that you have available on the press sees model which one is SX prestige. Is actually out of that other vehicle. Wow. It is very nice Interior. Stunning. Yeah, maybe at the moment, the best driving minivan. Although get and one call it that No. They want to call it an MPV to confuse people. Yes. But it doesn't really do you call MPV multi person vehicle. Yeah, it's like BMW. They don't wanna call their vehicles SUVs, which everybody understands. I want to call them as CVS. Or sports activity vehicles. Yeah, really. I always thought it was multipurpose vehicle. Who knows? You don't know. Who knows It didn't work. Well, when Mazda yet used it. I know you know this multipurpose. Yeah, That's what I thought it was. Okay. This is a minivan that a doesn't look like a minivan. And they have the best ride and drive of any of them right now. Do you have any No. Well, we may have a few. Actually, we probably do have Between the three stores. We probably have four, um, Carnival l Xs models. How many do you have coming? How many is a Thursday? I don't know if we have them today. Um, we're the most we can do a month is about five or six. Just based on what key is making So unlike to tell you right where we can do 40 or 50 a month, the carnival's pretty much limited to about five a month now. Right now. But again, I have to point out to people in Asia. Many vans are often considered the executive vehicles. One of your ex best sellers in China is the G l eight. And it sells as an executive limo because they find it easier to get in and out of each of the seeds. Start to each other. Whatever the case may be, you're not getting thrown into the back seat. No matter how much leg room you have. And so there are huge for carrying the most powerful guys and Asia around. Um and I think that's where the whole carnival deal started. Except It seems to be a strange name for many band. That? Yeah. I mean, it was was the Sedona and it was called the carnival in Europe. So I think they just wanted to have the same name and Carnival one. Here's another one Who would have thought you would go completely sold out on your replacement for your Ultima? The K five. I know. You know. Nothing right now is Surprising me anymore because everything is different. Everything is different right now. But this is a sedan. Car companies are not selling stands anymore. I know. So you guys just come out with a K five, which is the replacement for the Ultima. Same class as the camera and the accord. And you guys sell everyone you can get every one of them. Yeah. Every month and Ford quit making a fusion, which was also an exceptional family sedan. And yet, the Kia K five. You gotta wait on it. You gotta wait. Yeah. I mean, there's a few throughout the month that will get that aren't reserved, but they go within a day or two. That's pretty amazing. You know, the optimal was a good looking car really was just Kay. Five. Well, it was and the Optima often had money on it. So we're the Honda Accord LX sedan, which is had been the least expensive base model. Absolutely even to this day, an incredible value because you can drive it for five years and put 70,000 Miles on. Get half your money back. It's 24 change. And there were many, many times optimal with the exact same equipment. Incredible Ride drive like the accord, and we put them in the ad for 18 and change. Yeah. Yeah, 6000 less Mhm, and it's pretty as it was, and if anybody drove it, they go. Wow, This is good as anything on the market Even then they didn't get the difference that there's $6000 less because of incentives. Yeah, we're gonna have to hold off on your stuff for just a bit. Okay. Uh oh, yeah, more. You're having a good time. We're talking about and I am. I thought I mean, I like, uh, I did like talking about 9 11 in the car has been brought that up. Yeah, we needed to talk about 9 11 because it's the 20th anniversary, and it's a shared experience. For everybody in America. If I had everybody in the audience, we could just sit here and do open mic and say, Where were you? And how did that day affect you? And it's going to be with them until the day they pass away. Never forget it. It changed my life. It changed the way I programmed the show. It changed my reporting because it was right then. After that event, everybody's going well, You know, it knows a lot of history and all these things and all that. So you're writing for the Star Telegram. You're writing for business week. And you just come to a different standard for what are facts. Because facts are important, and all of us missed the facts leading up to 9 11. We should have caught it when the guy first tried to blow up the World Trade Center with bomb in the parking garage, and we kept blowing all this stuff off until we couldn't ignore it anymore. 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Leading Relationship Therapist Lissy Abrahams on How to Have a Peaceful Divorce or Separation
"We're gonna talk about separation and divorce and in the pre show you mentioned. It's one of the things that you're passionate about in helping couples navigate it in the best way possible. Because you've seen when it's not done well and that can be pretty nasty and just not good for anyone involved certainly if there's kids as well so today we're gonna talk about that in how to do it the best way possible and there's a lot to think about and a lot that goes on when separation divorce happened. So why don't we start by having you tell us why you are passionate about helping people through this process in some of the big things to look out for and we'll talk about how to navigate them and one of the things with separation and divorce is that i lost honda have also advanced so woven together and depending on how many years as well it in there so many aspects that Dismantling when we going through a separation and we don't know how much it lives originally. Why until we get to these points and his things we don't even expect so we need to make thousands of thousands of decisions it. All the time about how to navigate is separate how to go into two households and How did raise out tens of family and find stacy getting chance of all of that. So what we. What i say can really help. People is to have an anchor of integrity and what make by. Ankara vacek retain is. It's guiding kind of principle. That says i'm going to operate treating aches gonna with respect in every single matter that i choose and myself as well and so what that means is it means if i'm going through illegal price says i'm not going to tear into them and treat them reporting late evening. Thanks treat may lake if you're going to the children about what's happened. I'm not going to them down. I'm not going to make myself the victim of appearance It also means how communicate with my ex pa some guy to make decisions based on treating the specimen respect because it hurts may not to so every time i have a go at my exile yell at them. I write nasty messages. I say i'm gonna get you. Were going gonna lose the kids. It actually hurts me as an individual to treat them like
Woman Weeps While Testifying Against R. Kelly About Assault
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"honda" Discussed on WTOP
"Honda, 9 45 and Dave Johnson. Big News about Raphael Nadal coming to town is coming to town, and that's a big hit for the city Open tennis tournament is we've got a name of that stature in a while at the city Open over the years again. This is a great tennis tradition and tradition in Washington, D C. And over the years we had the likes of Arthur Ashe, Jimmy Connors, Von Lindo play here, but Rafael Nadal 20 time Grand Slam champion. This will be His first appearance at the City Open. First appearance in D. C from it starts July 31st So Raphael Adele coming to D. C later this month now Wimbledon semi finals are underway. Ash Barty won her first set with Angelique Kerber, but Kerber leads the second set of five to again the semifinals. National said that 15 5 win over the Padres last night. You know one Soto is going to the home run Derby, and manager Davey Martinez has given him some advice. I want them to have fun with it. I mean, it's just it's an honor. Just put. I told him I said, Hey, go out there and have fun and do what you do best. You know, you watch them batting practice. He has the ball all over the field for Homer. So I told Don't try to change the things just you be you again. He had a three run homer last night to see nationals really swinging the bats Right now. Orioles tend to loss to the Blue Jays. Tampa Bay Lightning Stanley Cup Champions once again beat Montreal last night. One Nothing. A golf. U. S Senior Open begins today. One of 34 amateurs who made the tournament out of 3000 that tried to qualify. Drew Forrester used Golf coach at Calvert Hall High School in Baltimore. He notes. You can do anything in golf that you put your mind to. You just have to work hard at it. It is a worker's game. It's some sports you can kind of be touched. Now go enforcer put in the work. He grew up in Glen Burnie, Maryland, actually didn't start playing golf until he was 23. Now he's playing with some of the greats of the game. Good for him. Dave Johnson. W DLP Sports All right, Dave. Coming up on w T O P A. D. C. Animal shelter scrambles to remove dogs after their air conditioning goes down. I'm Ken Duffy. 9 47. We.
Sung Kang and the F9 Breakdown
"Song. Tang song how're you doing. Wonderful how are you today. Thanks for having me on so good. Thank you for joining me. It is absolute pleasure. You guys cannot see me but ibis mile in iran that. I'm gonna talk to this guy. Because i'm such a fan of this franchise. Would it means the cars. The fast life everything han did you look at it. That's how i'm going to say honda song. Did you know that she will always be part of the fastfamily. What's your favorite part about playing on a no. No i mean this is all fairytale. Hollywood stuff ryan you know the idea of being in a franchise. That's you know twenty years and playing a character. That's past the way and resurrected by hands. I tell hollywood fairytale that you read about our scene documentary And and so you know each time that. I was able to participate in one of the fast movies. You know it was like the gift that just never stopped giving it's like I felt like it was a privileged place to learn. You know working on a fast movie is like going to the newsmen park and and the resources are there to give you the opportunity to do the best work. You can't as an actor on under craft just focused on that it's pretty liberating when we come from indie filmmaking. Justin man director of s nine in tokyo drift You know we started our careers. Together we came from nothing came from a credit card movie. The the the journey that you we get to together as friends you know. It's like it's nice to be able to recall all the you know the experiences we've had from indie films to all the cool things on the fast moving so it's just been a blessing over and over and over so it's really been cool.
"honda" Discussed on WTOP
"Honda Paid 45 years. Dave Johnson, these whose have heart that's the words of Virginia pitcher Griff McGary, and he's right. McGary showed his hard yesterday tossed seven scoreless settings for not they win over Dallas Baptist. They had to win. It was McGary is have first win since the end of Feb. Where you been relegated the bullpen in Virginia head coach Brian O'Conner. What you can do as a person if you just hang in there and you keep believing in yourself, and you're willing to make some adjustments can tell you, I haven't. I haven't seen it in my 18 years in this uniform, kid, do what he did this year. And now one o'clock today. Virginia Dallas Baptist Winter advances the College World Series Virginia so far, five in elimination games that take away from the Nationals weekend. The pitching of Eric Fetty and Joe Ross Video winner on Saturday. Ross Pigeon in the eighth inning yesterday, five Nothing, Whatever the job. Science and manager Davey Martinez. These guys have stepped up and it's their time now. I mean, it really is. These guys are I've been here They had their struggles. Now they've got some confidence and they pitched in the way we we really thought and vision. And pitches Now. Today, Jon Lester will start against the Pirates raise 71 win over the oils. The Mystics lose on the road to Atlanta at the U. S. Olympic trials. 18 year old Tory husk from Yorktown High and the Arlington Aquatic Club, set a new American record in the 100 M. Butterfly at 55.78 seconds. She's set to a swim collegiately at Stanford, just like Olympian Katie Ledecky did next half hour playoff check in a busy day of international soccer. Dave Johnson every U T O P Sports, right, Dave. Straight ahead from Deliverance to Superman to the big, easier, familiar, Holly. What character actor has died. It's a 47 you.
"honda" Discussed on WTOP
"Honda now to rob board Fork. The Wizards completed to come back from his many A 16 points down to beat the Charlotte Hornets won 15 1 10 and grab the eight seed in the Eastern Conference play in tournaments, and Scott Brooks says that's a fitting way to close out a season in which the whiz came back from a 17 and 32 starts. To this season and then going 17 and six down the stretch and postseason bound this game kind of mimic our season. A lot of crazy things happen to us. We give her getting punch left and right, and we just somehow just kept battling and they had us on the ropes early. They had us on the ropes mill the game. They have us on the ropes towards the end, but we just kept getting up and Fighting for one another, and this is I've been talking about brotherhood for awhile. Now, this group gives it really cool definition of brother and I get to see it firsthand. Bradley. Beal gutted out a game high 25 points despite being still hobbled by that hamstring, and Russell Westbrook at his 38 triple double clinched the franchise record by averaging 11.7 assists per game. So the Wizards now get a much needed day off before taking on Boston in the play in game Tuesday, the nationals going for the series win in Arizona, but we are still scoreless between the Nats and D backs. The top of the sixth inning. Eric Fetty pitching well so far, but the Nats bats have produced on Lee one hit in this game, the Orioles blocking the broom. They beat the Yankees, 10 to 6 to avoid a series sweep and snap a four game slide. The Washington spirit minutes from kickoff in Orlando, where they will take on the pride in their regular season. Opener D. C United hosting Orlando City. S C. That's an eight o'clock starts as D C is in search of their third victory of the season and first win streak of the year. Men's college lacrosse Maryland, a winner over Vermont to advance to around to match up with Notre Dame defending champion Virginia got by Bryant so they'll face Georgetown in the next round. Loyola, Maryland takes on Denver later, two nights and on the women's side, Maryland, Virginia, James Madison and Loyola, Maryland all fall in the second round. Rob would work. W T O p Sports already robbed 5 47. Hi. I'm Patrick Singles owner A new look home design. Getting a new roof could be hard. Heck, just getting a roofing estimate can be hard. I mean, I call a couple companies to get my roof price. One shows up, measures everything, and I never see him again. It's like he vanished into thin air. Another one comes and I get an email with a ballpark price and no details other than new roof. And the third one never even showed up..
"honda" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Madness is finally back after two thousand twenty was a year without a tournament and that really unfortunately kicked off a hey long stretch of no sports. It's great to have it back. We're gonna be talking. Ncaa tournament today. We're gonna be talking golf as well. So here's what i've got coming up on the program. We're going to do a deep dive into the missouri. Tigers and the ncaa tournament with our guys sam smelling from rock m nation and jarret sutton former mizzou player. Now a scout for the new orleans. Pelicans salmon jarrett will join me. We'll do a little three men. We've coming up here in just a couple of minutes. And we'll talk a little golf preview the honda classic with our guy rick damon from brick good dot com so a deep dive into mizzou and the ncaa tournament will talk. Seating will talk. Overrated underrated teams. We'll get some hot takes from the boys and then a little bit of golf talk. Don't forget subscribe to the scoops. Dana amac podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. Lever review and semi a screenshot on twitter at c. h. r. abe. Follow me on twitter semi you're hot takes and if they're out enough if they've got a little sizzle to maybe end up on the show right so let's jump into it. We are going deep diving with smelling and jarret sutton talk in mizzou and the ncaa tournament. right now. On the chris. Rabi sean scoops dainty mac dot com. All right a little three man. We as we talk hoops. Sam smelling and jared sutton are both with us and Talk to both of you fellas A couple of months ago over the course of the season and I'm told we've got some football. Takes so jared. The floor is yours You guaranteed chiefs victory before the before the super bowl. You said some people just don't know what it's like to root for a team of superhumans and you said anyone backing tom brady. And the buccaneers can pound sand. I believe i don't wanna waste time checking the tape but I i think it was something like that. Yeah my told the challenge flag on on those thomas such an abrasive personality to begin with exactly right. Exactly yeah i've try appreciate bring up the superbowl because i've been trying to avoid talk about super bowl at all costs rather Rather painful or moving on we signed a offensive linemen yesterday so You know we're on the up and up right 'grats i think we're moving forward. We're not running it back. But i definitely did in kansas city over the last month has been deflation and i think like the ncaa tournament with to the local schools. Here in casey. Being in the i think finally giving something to talk about and bobby witt juniors spring training baseball route south. There's some positive here in casey said. When disappointment for a fan base is losing in the super bowl when unquestionably the best player in the league is on your team.
"honda" Discussed on The Mental Health and Wealth Show
"I felt nauseous. Every time i looked at it and that was the reason why was so Determined to get out of debt as quickly as possible. Because i knew that the reason i felt that way was only because of my debt and so as like if i want to stop feeling like an elephant sitting on my chest if i want to stop feeling nauseous i need to get rid of this debt and i've been debt free for five years now and it's just been so much better for my mental health and now i can choose to spend my money in ways that actually support my mental health. Like i have in therapy or through coaching or through exercise or through different things and they're so intertwined and you know it so important and it really all goes back to taking that first step of adjusting your money mindset and adjusting your money minds. That is so hard because we are culturally conditioned by you know our country. We are born in our family. Our friends are constructed us to think a certain way and i'm curious. What practical tips do you have. For people to improve their money. Mindset there are so many simple and easy techniques. The most simple one is idea until you money which i share with you. On the other one is observed the money flow and how it affects people emotionally and you have to make up your mind to stay away from money stress no matter what so when you when you open an envelope. Look at the bill the spreading and you can say i have more than enough money to pay off my dad and that makes it feel good. Even though it's not really logical just feeling good about money is first thing you can do and just to look got money. Look your credit card and you can hug it. You can kiss it not physically but mentally and you embrace money and you have to like money to be liked by money so my question to you is if money were person who would it be it be kind person. What would it be a scary person. So those are the questions you should start asking yourself and then gradually you change what you think of money. on your concept in your head and soon you realize that you worry less about money and if you find more joy in dealing with money a lot of people try to stay in different of money because they don't want to deal with money even though you have to deal with it.
"honda" Discussed on WTOP
"You by your local Honda dealer Don't settle for less than a Honda over to Dave Johnson on bread there freezes resume at Maryland 499 wins and countless lives. In fact, in Maryland women's basketball coach Brenda Freeze will be going for win number 500, a school record on Sunday at Nebraska. And one of those 499 wins. The three points up. I do no good. Maryland women have loved the 2006 National championship. What an amazing comeback. Oh, it was exciting. That was Wtlv is red in Hazleton in Boston, covering Maryland when they won the 2006 heads. He definitely title in overtime against Duke and the head coach remembers the youngest team to ever win a national championship. Two freshmen, two sophomores at a junior. And just, you know, nobody expected It started a lot of and one of those sophomores was Crystal Langhorne. It was oppressed by so many things with Brenda Freeze, where she could manage people awaken motivate people to bring out the best in her players to play. To play hard. I just feel like she's really skilled in that aspect as a coach Ray's goes for five other words, on Sunday, next half hour. The determination of Brenda Freeze Wizards home tonight against the next but Bradley Beal sit out the rest at the Australian Open, took five cents. Novak Djokovic victorious sort of way I was also winning Dave Johnson ever. You tell the sports coming up next in the forecast, it looks like we'll have some roads covered with ice for the weekend, something you'll want to watch if you have plans to drive anywhere. It's 9 46. When you're running a business, you don't have time to worry about slow Internet or confusing cybersecurity..
"honda" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Details. Everybody Mr T here for nor Cal Honda and my pilot. Midsize SUV that feels like a full size SUV special on the inside one of the things that's important to me his room 68 to 70 I need room. Family of five. Two dogs pick off for the weekend. All the gear. No worries. How about a buddies? Golfing trip, But Oh, thank you. You have clubs. You have the gear. You have the beer. Look at me and Nipsey Russell. I'm rhyming plenty o room and it's not more fun to drive me. You think so? Driving up the hill is It takes no time. We were here already. Hey, wait a minute. I want to set the driveway now and listen to the stereo. 590 Watt and speaker system cranks admired maiden or some tool or a C D c or whatever you want. You could do whatever you whatever music you like. Go ahead and crank it. Safety. Also important, especially when you have kids. Thank you taught the kids how to drive in a pilot and take them out, and they want to be a safest possible I wanted to be a safest possible. With the Honda sensing it makes you feel ah, Whole lot better forward Collision Warning Braking Systems Road Departure Lane Departure warning systems. They're all there for you to keep you safe. The review angle camera. There is well to help you park. You know how that parking goes on your first order to learn how to drive. Go that smooth all the time. Honda's there to help you out. Keep you safe, Have fun. And oh, yeah, great gas mileage and you can put in regular gasoline. So you save a little money as well. So if you're looking for a mid size SUV Might I recommend the Honda Pilot plenty of room all the gadgets. Fun to drive. And super save. Honda pilot. A punk ass. It's time for Mr T. Have a fun day, fellows and Have you noticed? 5 42 still daylight outside thinking that you know for me the last couple of days just I could just feel that hint. Spring. Just promise that it's right around the corner. Right around. I.
"honda" Discussed on WTVN
"Got you. I got it. I wouldn't have noticed. I'm just saying I'm usually too hungry to notice. Well, the I guess you could maybe look past that of depending on how hungry you are. I have never taken a ruler to it, though. In time. No, I'm not. No, I I don't measure my foot longs. No, I've never done that ever. So whoever did that They got a good eye, because I mean, why would you have to measure the sixth century too? Well, you know what? That's an interesting because I've actually had. You know when they go to cut it. They, Iet so Sometimes I'm like you're giving me 5.5 there, pal. If I get a fun pan for six inches, I want six. Not 5.5, right? I mean, that's a reasonable request. Just, you know, doing a lot of people don't just round up. Sure, sure. Some stations coming up. Yep. It's that time in just a couple of minutes. We will get to that. Another exciting edition of it. Traffic and weather together from temp start heating and cooling products. Vehicle fire. Watch the vehicle Fire on 42, Delaware County, Johnny, You'd think it wouldn't be warm enough. But, yeah, there's reports of a of a semi with that's on fire. On the 42 near 7 45 in Delaware County. This is where they're checking on right now. So be careful south of 23, the rest of our freeway delays on light, especially downtown Columbus, running just about up to speed in all four directions. This report sponsored by the central Ohio Honda dealers. The first time ever. Honda has 0% financing and on new SUVs and trucks, saving thousands with 0% on Honda H R. V C.
"honda" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"So weird, it would sound like someone was talking and they were saying the word Honda. They sent him to specialist after specialist right Finally find an acupuncturist from China that can take care of the problem for him. He doesn't seize him. God, I'm really hoping you can solve this mystery for me. Every time I pass wind, it sounds like someone's talking. They're saying the word Honda. I think this Chinese gentleman open mouth opens his mouth. You have abscess his. What do you mean? I have an abscess goes, abscess makes the fuck go Honda. Is that an original? If I originally mean I read it in the truly tasteless jokes while you two circa 1981? Yeah, that's original. Actually, That's a frank carob. Oh, I don't know. I don't know where my dad heard it The first time I used to love jokes like that. You see if I can remember another one off the top of my head, there's a baseball pitcher, Rector. Named Mel famous best baseball pitcher of all time Opposing manager takes him out the night before the world Syriza's bills and full of Budweiser next day, Mel Fehmi gives up. Game losing bases on balls that walks in the winning run with the bases loaded. Opposing manager in the dugout goes Budweiser. The beer that made Mel Fehmi walk us. It's impressive that you remember those. I got one more than I think I remember. There's a village of asking Ozzy juice. You can relate, John. Absolutely part. Ashkenazy is your brothers and in this village of giant comes down and he stops through the forest, but he only Stomps on and kicks. This'll group of people called the Treads. Tr Ideas, trays. He never bothers the Jewish people and one day finally, a rabbi stops this giant. He says. Bye bye. Is it that you don't kick? Any of the Jewish people like me. A giant says Silly Rabbi. Kicks are for trades. Yeah. 1, 77 5791 or 25 and 807.
"honda" Discussed on WTOP
"The movement for energy reform. In Virginia, visit clean Virginia dot org's That's clean Virginia dot org's paid for by Clean Virginia. It's my routine traffic and weather on the eights. Here's Bobby Miller in the W T o P Traffic seven and on the inner loop of the Beltway before Connecticut. Avenue, There is a new crash and no police with it. It's in the second lane from the right interlude before Connecticut Avenue and the right center lane. There is a new crash there and the broken down truck that was in the world way on the inner loop after Georgia Avenue that has moved on on to 70 doing all right. Baltimore Washington Parkway, Cem. Delays as you're traveling south bound, headed toward Fort Meade or believe there was something in the roadway, and he's moved on now, so it's been slow getting past 1 75, but then it picks up with by the time you get to 32 north down just a bit slower through Green Belt, and Laurel and 95 is really running pretty well except in Baltimore, where there's been a longstanding crash south on 95 after the merge with 3 95, and they're the Baltimore Washington Parkway and Washington Boulevard is really where the crash is just before the exit there and you're getting my by squeezing with right so out of downtown. Furthermore, some pretty long delays on 3 95 to join 95 out of the former Camorra tunnel South bound on 95 in Virginia, South bound 3 95 as Shirlington. Whatever was in the roadway there believe has now moved on, but it's still slow at the Pentagon headed south picks up by the time you get to Cleve Road and 95 South, from Norton's flows over the Arctic Wanda 1 23 66 is slow briefly at Notley Street on the westbound side, but Heaviest traffic is out for Centerville getting past 29 be confident in the new Honda from a turbocharged sedan like the A Quarter civic to an all wheel drive SUV like the CR V H R V or pilot, See your local Honda dealer today, Bob Ow! Traffic. Okay. Mike Stanford. What's up with the weather? Well, we've got a lot of cloud cover right now. But the good news the later tonight, especially after midnight. Skies will start to clear his low pressure moves away from the region. The.
"honda" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Fred Show. Good Morning, Shelly and Kaylen and Rue Fion, Paulina and Jason Brown. Owner Boner. Everybody's here this morning that you're here as well after 43 consecutive years at the top of America's sales start the Ford F series Is also the most stolen car in the U. S in 2019. Wow. Oh, uh why I'm tailing the 2006. Ford F series trucks reported stolen. That was the most 38,000 of them that many of Second place went to the 2100 Civic Course ship on the 2004. Silverado is in third place Honda Accord to the camera. Nissan Ultima Mom, 20 Corolla, Dodge Ram, GMC Sierra and Honda CRV wonder why pick up trucks by the pickup trucks number one. That's Seems harder to steal. E mean, Usually they just slide up underneath him to get the catalytic converters, you know? Yeah. Yeah, because the copper right copper that woman on the inside? What's that? I didn't know what he was talking about. The mechanic screaming right now is that you know about sports? It's very upset somebody one day. Oh, on Lee won per month. OK, one thing. Yeah Way asked for sports. We didn't ask for our mechanics. Don't worry. It's okay. It's fine. I want you to be a sec Certified. Let me come on. A, um, This seems.