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Paramedic unknowingly treated daughter in fatal crash - WGHP FOX8 Greensboro
"A Canadian paramedic unknowingly treated her own daughter in a fatal crash. Canadian paramedic Jamie Erickson, unknowingly treated her own daughter after a fatal crash north of Calgary on November 15th. She did not know until the end of the day that her patient was her own 17 year old daughter, Montana, Erikson's friend, and flight paramedic, Richard Reid. She found the girl who she had sat with in the back of the crumpled vehicle, keeping alive, so a family could say goodbye. And due to the extent of her injuries, was unrecognizable. Jamie unknowingly was keeping her own daughter alive. Erickson says that her daughter was able to donate her organs and of those organs. Two of them that were donated were lifesaving
JP Morgan Applies For Crypto Wallet Trademark Registration
"9 a.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. JPMorgan applies for crypto wallet trademark registration. It's been the same old story since the dawn of crypto. The problems of dualism and finance always spot on major banks and cryptocurrencies and how traditional finance institutions hate digital assets. Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan CEO, and chairman made a clear previously that he was not a fan of Bitcoin. While diamond has a the post JPMorgan applies for crypto wallet trademark registration appeared first on block anomie.
Republicans Pick up House Seat in Deep Blue Oregon
"And I just want to give credit to Lori Chavez the dreamer. I think that's how you say her name. Republican who flipped the organ seat in the House of Representatives, a Republican won the U.S. House seat in central Oregon on Sunday, according to The Associated Press defeating her democratic opponent, Jamie, skinner, and handing her party a crucial victory in his push to win the majority in the House. I want us to remember her name, Chavez, dreamer, she won a tough fall race flipping a Democrat stronghold in Oregon. We have to have to remember that we are making moves. We may not have saw the victory that we wanted, we may have got punched and knocked down in a fight in which we were going to dominate, but we have some victories here that we can work off of moving forward.
This Rally Could Be the Calm Before the Storm
"The nutrients, our economy. So needs and deserves, we're not getting that right now because our Federal Reserve basically was putting us on some kind of sugar high. I mean, they were doing the antithesis of the rough greens diet, right? They gave us this massive sugar high via so much quantitative easing, so much money printing, and now we're left with this hangover in which things have gotten so out of control and they've got to reign in inflation, but how can you do that without collapsing the economy? I mean, this is sort of the Jamie Dimon point that he's making. And consequently, this is why I just don't buy into this rally right now. I think you're going to see a return to volatility. I think you're going to see a return of apprehension in the market. I mean, heck, look at how much more money people have to pay just to go to work, right? In terms of what they're paying at the gas pumps, we know how severe that has been and in terms of what they're paying for their lunch when they go to work. You know what's up according to the latest read this week up 95% how much people are paying for food while at work or at school, interestingly, groceries are also up over 12%. The cost of butter has skyrocketed somewhere around 30% in change. These are meaningful adjustments to the things that people really need. And now we're going into the winter season where you're going to need things like heating oil, well how's that going to work out?
Stephanie Welcomes DNC Chair Jaime Harrison
"Now the fine American who is the head of the Democratic National Committee chairman of Jamie Harrison, good morning, chairman. Good morning, Stephanie. Thank you for having me. I don't know what else to say about a party that the head of their party that is mocking a stroke victim. I don't know what to say anymore about just the level of these candidates and these spokespeople for the Republican Party. Well, listen, you know, ronna has so many challenges. You know, she's never met truth. I don't think it's ever escaped her lips. She testified in front of the January 6th committee to see that her committee that she chairs was intimately involved in terms of trying to overturn our election. That's say it. There is no bottom for the Republican Party, and she embodies it. And so, you know, as we say in the south, bless her heart. The worst swipe you can have in the south.
Charles Thorngren, CEO of Legacy Precious Metals, on Stagflation
"When you hear the likes of Jamie Dimon from JPMorgan smart guy, very, very smart guy, by the way. When he's talking about something that could be worse than a recession, let me ask you Charles before we get to and thank you guys for all your questions before we get to some of these other questions. What does that mean? We're sort of recession. I'll tell you there's depression, right? And then there's collapse. But in between those between recession and depression, you have stagflation. Yeah. Which is massive. Very hard to combat, and this is why the inactivity of the fed is so hard. We know we're going to raise the federates to four and a half percent. We already know that that's a given, right? They've already said that, but we know they're going to go higher. And really what you need for stagflation, 5% on those fed rates, 5% unemployment, and two quarters of a down GDP. So we're almost in a stagflationary period. We're not over again. The more ways than one. It is, because we know, we're not showing too much outside the question, but home prices. You have a massive issue that's coming that people haven't. They're beginning to talk about it, but not in the correct way. When you have interest rates this high and you have houses this on affordable, you now make it tough for people to maintain their houses. To create extra income by refinancing their houses to help spur an economy. Especially one that's in recession. So you have a scenario here where there's not enough housing. We know supplies are limited. And it's only going to get more limited because who in their right mind is going to sell a house. They almost have paid off and get this new loan at 7%. Yeah. We don't have that turnover. It doesn't make financial sense.
Is It the End of The Fed?
"Okay, we got guy high inflation, major market volatility, and the threat of a real problem, like I mean systemic crisis, all of what we saw in 2008. The difference is we don't have any firepower. How are we going to fix this given that we've already spent trillions and trillions of dollars? I mean, estimates somewhere between 6 and $7 trillion that was printed since March 2020. It really makes you stop and think about whether or not now's the time to reconsider that computer and replace. So the Federal Reserve bankers that, my gosh, they just keep getting it wrong. Let's start first here with a little history lesson. Why this all came into being? It came about in 1914 after a bunch of investment banks kind of demanded it. You see, we had a big problem in 1907. The banking system was really facing a crisis. And so all the banks got together, lead actually by JPMorgan. Don't forget JPMorgan's CEO Jamie Dimon is the one who keeps warning of something that's even worse than a recession. What does that mean while we can talk about that too? But anyway, back in 1907, they had this big panic in the banking system. So all the big bankers they got together, and they came up with a band aid, right? A way to fix what was going on. They basically suspended deposits from turning into currency, and that was their way of fixing things. But they weren't too happy about it. It was pretty scary stuff. And so they went to government and they said, you know what? We got to find a better system. So in 1914, the Federal Reserve, the first Central Bank of the United States was created and the idea was they were going to prevent any kind of major, major banking crisis. And then along the way, they said, okay, we're going to try and stabilize employment, and we're going to try and make sure there's not too much inflation. And that was sort of their charter. But somewhere along the way, a funny thing happened on the way to the forum. Some were along the way, they became, I don't know, shall we say a little engrossed in themselves in their own ability?
Dinesh D'Souza: Understanding Election Fraud Versus Voter Fraud
"I think he was trying to make the case that there have only been a dozen or so convictions of election fraud. And I was trying to get him to admit, you don't need a lot of election fraud to upend an election. The brilliant devious diabolical talking point from the left has been, well, there wasn't widespread election fraud. 2000 mules shows, first of all, there was, but second of all, you know, how much fraud should be acceptable to the American people if it's a little bit of fraud and Biden wins by a little bit as he did in key battleground states, it does the trick. Yeah, I think that Adrian is confusing voter fraud with election fraud. So voter fraud is let's just say that some guy in Tucson who says I'm going to vote three times. I moved from three different places. My name is on the rolls and all three places. I can get away with voting three times. That's voter fraud. That's not going to tip an election. Election fraud is an organized mechanism. Typically in so called swing states. Why? Because those are the ones that tip the balance. So the other point about it is that the court cases and convictions are an infinitesimal reflection of what's actually happening. It's not only saying that what 12 drug convictions and Memphis, therefore, only 12 people in Memphis use drugs. I mean, this would just be absurd in any other context, yet somehow the same kind of recycled nonsense is asserted about election fraud. Election fraud cases are notoriously difficult to catch. And law enforcement traditionally doesn't look there. You know, they're looking for people who rob banks and they're looking for embezzlers and they're looking for and obviously looking for Jamie ray 6 protesters, but they're not looking to see ways in which the election system is manipulated.
Bob Woodward Announces Audiobook With Hours of Trump Interviews
"This news coming from mediaite Bob Woodward announced that he is releasing an audiobook. Folks, just hear me on this, just hear me on this. It's one thing to sit down for an interview. And tell the reporter, you can't record me. You have to take notes because then when the book comes out, you can always get up in front of the cameras and your defense can be, they misquoted me, it's fake news, I never said that. And you might be able to get away with it. But that's not what happened. Bob Woodward is releasing an audiobook featuring more than 8 hours of interviews with former president Trump. And guess what? CNN, the most profane name in news. Crying Negro network. Thank you, John Joe Brown, always there for a comment. CNN got an exclusive listen. New York Times correspondent and CNN analyst Maggie haberman, oh, did I mispronounce my apologies? Analyst. It's Tuesday. CNN analyst Maggie haberman currently sets atop the publishing world with her controversial, but much buzzed about but confidence man the making of Donald Trump and the breaking of America. But she could soon have stiff competition. According to a new report from CNN's, Jamie dangle. Elizabeth Stuart and Jeremy is an herb or herb. I'm not sure if the HSI Lu or not. Shall we call them herb, Jeremy herb? The book is called the Trump tapes.
Jan. 6 Committee Member Jamie Raskin Declined Mark Levin Interview
"Jamie Raskin is one of the sleaze balls who's on those committee is one of the sleaze balls who objected to George W. Bush being president of the United States He objected to the electors in Ohio even though which one Ohio by a substantial number any changes close puts a dress on and pretends he's brilliant Jamie Raskin's father was a kami Jamie Raskin was invited on the show Jamie Raskin is a coward He is a demagogue Is a dangerous man in my humble opinion Was wise of him not to come on this program Because I was going to confront him In a hundred different ways but it's people said that he's too busy In the lead up to the election is scheduled in permitted And yet mister producer he was on with Joe Scarborough this morning wasn't he He was all with Joe Scarborough because Joe Scarborough every politician knows this as a joke But Jamie won't come on this show neither will Lizzie He is well any member of that damnable committee not one
Jamie Raskin Declines Interview by Mark Levin Until After Election
"Now we asked Jamie Raskin the so called constitutionalist whose father is a kami it was To come on this show in the past mister producer I need you to open up your microphone please And we got an email from Jamie Raskin's office today And what did that email essentially say mister producer They were not able to come on Speak up a little louder They were not able to come on until November They're not able to come on no the first email didn't say that The first email said that he'd be happy to come on Then you said fine What day and what time Correct and response as I asked you Correct And then they come back and say he can't come on until sometime after the election He's scheduled just too busy isn't that correct correct Okay That's how you conveyed it to me Jamie Raskin won't come on this show because he's a punk Because he's a coward Because he doesn't want to be confronted by me He'll do every kiss ass interview by CNN and MSNBC and The New York Times and The Washington Post And the whole newspaper and the other reprobates But he won't come on here Because he's a coward
The Life and Times of Sammy Davis Jr
"Now, to go back to knowing what all there is to know about Sammy, he was born in Harlem, 1925 at the age of three, he went on the road with his father, and they appeared with a man they called the boy's uncle. They called his wet and sky will masten, Sami's uncle. And they developed the will mast and trio. And since they grew up in a very segregated world of the black vaudeville circuit without any formal education and they had to overcome racism of white audiences, Jamie Davis knew all along that he had no choice but to succeed. He had to. And again, James Baldwin, who sat me down a couple of times and told me great stories, he said that Sammy Davis told him at one point he had to decide between greatness and madness. And he chose greatness. He was very smart. He was one of the smartest people to perform ever. Probably a entertainment genius, really. He understood show business just completely. He never stopped studying it. But since he was on tour from the age of three, it took its toll. He never learned to write, he was a really big reader, he read constantly during his conversion to Judaism after the big 1954 car accident that cost him his left eye. One of his William Morris agents left the agency to become Davis business partner, sign marsh. And to the day he died, he could sign his name, but he could not write. That's why he never personalized autographs to anyone. Because he couldn't spell people's names. And he was embarrassed of it. But he went through some shit in the army Sammy Davis, he'd been drafted into the army to fight, and he did, but he fought with southerners in southwestern and they got their kicks fucking around with them and needling them. And he said he got his ass kicked every couple of days when he was just in the army. His nose was broken, countless times, which you can plainly see that. Permanently flattened, they used to give him beer to drink before they poured half out and pissed in the rest of it. Just disgusting stuff. And he finally was assigned to special services where he performed in camp shows around the country. And he just loved to make audiences laugh and have a good night out. That's what broke down the barriers eventually between the two sides.
Biden Tapping Tax Dollars to Boost Dem Registration, Turnout
"Just the news Biden Tapping tax dollars to boost Democrat registration turnout or in a house GOP voting watchdog With midterm elections just around the corner congressional Republicans and election watchdogs are sending alarms that the Biden administration and left leaning nonprofits may be Tapping taxpayer dollars A tax exempt funds respectively To boost voter registration and turnout among democratic constituencies under the guise of protecting democracy You won't read this in the New York slimes or the Washington compost And you won't hear this from Jamie the red Raskin In March 2021 as we've discussed Biden issued an executive order entitled promoting access to voting Which instructed federal agencies to develop proposals to expand opportunities to register the vote and participate in the political process then submit their strategic plans to The White House domestic policy council Congressional Republicans have written letters to 12 federal agencies in both office of management and budget director shalanda young and domestic policy council director Susan Rice raising concerns about the order Federal agencies should be focused on serving the American people by fulfilling the respective missions not engaging in the Biden administration's political activities wrote 9 GOP House committee ranking members in a statement after seeing the letters to the 12 federal agencies
Congressman Kelly Armstrong Discusses Voting in North Dakota
"About elections and getting people registered and voting and I know this week we've got even more electoral count stuff from Liz Cheney zoloft and others. But I remember you surprised me back when we were dealing with some of the Democrats wanting to nationalize elections. When you discussed voter registration or lack of it in North Dakota. For our listeners, just for a minute, explain how that works in North Dakota. And you'll have a great success at it. Yeah, we have the easiest ballot access of anywhere in the country. You get a thousand signatures. Sometime before the first week in September, you can qualify for the ballot as an independent. And we don't have voter registration. You know, we're going to talk about an electoral count act Bill as a law grant Liz Cheney doing all that, but Amy Klobuchar just introduced a same day registration bill in the Senate. And I'm going to have to go talk to them about that because we have to be excluded from it. We don't have registration. Every time the Democrats do one of their election messaging bills, I got to go up to the rules committee. And I got to educate our Friends, Jamie Raskin and all of the and they don't believe it. Nobody ever believes it. I'm like, I need an exception because you guys are actually going to make it harder to vote in North Dakota.
Congressman Matt Gaetz Shares the Candidates He Endorses
"Enclosing here, what candidates in particular are you spending your time and energy and resources? I think you're going to be fine in your race to comfortably Republican district. But where are you spending your time energy and resources? What candidates do you like the best? And then I know you got to run for votes. Let me give you three quick ones. The America first warrior on the West Coast is Joe Kent, he beat Jamie Herrera butler in a primary, but faces a tough general. So if you can help out Joe Kent in Washington state up in the northeast, Caroline leavitt is running an inspirational campaign in New Hampshire and I've got to mention my Florida woman buddy on a paulina Luna, who is going to flip Charlie Crist seat and she's got a great connection to turning point. I know turning points was a point graduate. She went through the whole process, had a lot of fun together, did a lot of campus stuff, and now she's going to be a member of Congress, which I think will be our first member of Congress we could say from turning point to Congress. That'd be kind of fun, right? Definitely not the last. That's the beginning. And that's why that's why the regime wants to come after both of us. Matt, go vote, hopefully no, on whatever it is because it's probably garbage being proposed by Nancy Pelosi. So don't put too much thought into it. I think no across the board should be smart, but I don't know what you're voting for. Matt God bless you, congratulations, keep fighting.
NHC Director Shuts Down Don Lemon's Conspiracy About Climate Change
"So here we have this situation in Florida and this is what's going on in the view This is what's going on in the view Now Jamie Rome is the is a national hurricane center director I suppose he knows something about hurricanes otherwise how do you get that job And he was on CNN yesterday and he was asked by Don lemon But the hurricane and climate change Cut ten go Listen I'm just trying to get there You said you want to talk about climate change but what effect does climate change have on this phenomenon that is happening now Because it seems these storms are intensifying That's the question I don't think you can link climate change to any one event on the whole on the cumulative climate change may be making storms worse but to link it to any one event I would caution against them So you know he has to sort of dive in to the climate change kings and queens To the narrative But he also says look you can't tie one to the other One event And that's why are you on the view I mean can't ABC News do a better job or ABC network Can't you find 5 women with a collective IQ of over 7 Is it really that hard
Top Bank CEO Declines Radical Climate Demands From Rep. Tlaib
"Go for it. Go do all the green energy stuff you want, but don't simultaneously destroy the foundation of America's middle class in the process, which is something that the CEO of JPMorgan, Jamie Dimon, said quite eloquently as he confronted Rashida to leave on Capitol Hill last week, listen to this. So no new fossil fuel production starting today. That's so that's like zero. Well, I would like to ask all of you and go down the list because again, you all are agreed to doing this. Please answer with a simple yes or no. Does your bank have a policy against funding new oil and gas products? Mister diamond. Absolutely not, and that would be the road to hell for America. Yeah. That's fine. That's why sir, you know what? Everybody that got relief from student loans has a bank account with your bank should probably take out their account and close their account. The fact that you're not even there to help relieve many of the folks that are in debt, extreme debt because of student loan debt and you're out there criticizing it. Okay, so that was a bit of a non sequitur. We went from, you can't fund fossil fuels, how dare you, he said, well, if I didn't, it would be a road to hell. Which he's right. We'll get into in just a second, but I can't help but notice she went straight from that to student loans and you got to cancel your student loan and a JPMorgan checking account or something. Which is a whole other topic, right? Because I think that many of us feel quite strongly that this student loan giveaway is just another inflationary tactic by this administration to try to buy votes, especially with a group of people that they're not doing very well with. But what Jamie Dimon said, was that it would be the road to hell and the reason it would be the road to health for America and we're already seeing evidence of this is because people can't afford $10 gasoline and when you look at the numbers and you consider the fact that this SPR strategic petroleum reserve is at the lowest level it's been at since 1984 and we haven't even begun the pain of what's coming this winter when Russia comes offline, we could have a lot more problems ahead and gas prices will most likely continue to escalate
How Reality Is Interfering With Biden’s Global Agenda
"To the news that's happening in New York. Reality really, you know, kind of stinks, right? When you play the whole conference, think about that. This whole conference was planned around the idea of climate change. And suddenly, there's been this shift. I mean, you can't get the president of the United States to attend the breakout sessions because, well, Vladimir Putin, that guy's in the way again. Of course, it didn't really change his speech. He has his priorities after all right, listen as I said last year. The United States is opening an era of relentless diplomacy to address the challenges that matter most to people's lives, all people's lives. Tackling climate crisis as the previous spoker speaker spoke to. Strengthening global health security. Feeding the world, feeding the world. You know, and it gets a little tough when Russia decides to cut off that pipeline that supplies Europe with its natural gas. It gets a little tough when you lose the bread basket there in Ukraine. That's the time when you probably ought to be saying to yourself, gee, maybe just maybe. And I'm going to go out on a limb here. We might want to think about investing in our own sources of energy. And our own sources of food and anything that's vital to our existence as a country. Because we certainly don't want to be in a situation like Europe is right now. We don't want to ignore the reality of this moment. And the reality, as by the way, Jamie Dimon totally gets Jamie diamond speaking on Capitol Hill, telling Congress, we need fossil fuels in the here and now. You don't want to ignore that reality because if you do, you could very well find yourself in a very vulnerable state as we see, of course, with Germany.
"jamie little" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC
"I continue to make the same mistakes and overdrive the corners and drive into guys. I had time under caution to get reset. And we go green and I drive in somebody. It's terrible. So your thoughts, Kyle Petty on the contrite Ross Chastain and what's kind of surprised me about this is he said all this almost proactively. Yes. And that's my theory. What do you make of that? Yeah, see, that's what I love about it, because listen, I don't believe it and I don't care. Because listen, to paraphrase Justin marks, I don't see where he did anything wrong. You know what I mean? This car, we have heard from every driver, every driver, you can drive it more aggressive and you have to be aggressive. You have to be aggressive to make things happen. Let's go back. Ross Chastain has been aggressive. Since he picked watermelons for a living. You know what I mean? He is always. He has shown us he has shown us so many times on the racetrack, aggression is where he comes from. And you know, even some of the stuff, the Danny thing, yeah, he might have gotten in the corner too hard. He might have run in there and hit him. And yeah, the thing with Chase, man chase was already wanted on the radio before they ever got into each other on that one. You know what I mean? And he stuck his nose in there. But man, you got to make it happen. That was a restart. And that's when you got every driver will tell you, you have to make something happen. So I loved what Ross did, because they came to him first. Now, I would have liked to have seen it if we could run back in class. Now let's go to Ross last. Yeah. And see if it's the same Roth's GSA. Because what he basically did, watching the race yesterday with Jamie little, and that interview was disarm the entire NASCAR community. Disarmed him. He took all their weapons away. He said, it's on me. I did it. It's me. I'm aggressive. I did this. I kept trying to make myself. I mean, he was so, so humble and the way he went about it. It was perfect and I'm thinking that deserves an Academy Award. He completely owned it. Yeah, he owned it. And so for me, it was, it was perfect. And listen, and that was wrong with me to say, I don't believe it, because he probably is in some way. He probably did. But listen, dude, he's got a couple of wins under his belt. He's kicking rear end. Yeah. Sorry, man. You know that? I'm just going to say sorry if I'm him. So would have been okay, do you think if he would have just said, look, this is what I've got to do to be good in this series. Listen, if he said, I drive my guts out. Joey Logano, I drive my guts out for my team every lap. I've got to make something happen. For my team and for my organization. That's what I do. And I am tired. I've read Twitter and I should never get on Twitter and read it. And I was listening to serious radio. Well, you know, at that point in time in the race, he doesn't need to be driving that hard. He doesn't need to be that aggressive. So he gets paid for. Yeah. So what he gets paid for, man. You know, that's like saying, you know, and that movie was good, but at that one part, at one point in the movie, that guy just quit acting. You know, he just he laid down on me. You know what I'm saying? I mean, you get paid to give it a 110% or a 100%. There is no such thing as a hundred and a 100%. All the time. You know what I mean? I got that's what he does. And you got to appreciate that. And listen, Justin marks backing him up. I think that speaks volumes. Yeah, and that's where I want to go next. The guy who does sign his paychecks is Justin marks, Justin talked to dust and log of NBC sports dot com after the race. And this is what Justin Mark said. Ross, pretty hard on himself. I mean, how do you look at well, I didn't hear I didn't hear what he said, obviously. I mean, honestly. I don't think there's a single thing Ross Chastain did.
"jamie little" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING
"Ride that horse? And I'm like, I don't know, did I? Did you see me in there? I'm so tired of posting the trot. I'd rather do two point at this point. Well, yeah, well, I can see that. I can see why you need a break because it's nonstop. And the event is the same. I mean, probably even worse, because they're doing their trod sets and they're country stuff. And their dressage. And their show jumping. With multiple horses a day. Yeah. You know? And they're all right now in Kentucky. Doing their thing. It's so exciting. I want to remind everybody if you're listening to this today, Jamie's going to meet everybody Saturday morning half an hour before jump number one starts for cross country. She'll meet you at the start box. And I know there's some other listeners going to be meeting her there. I don't know how you recognize Jamie. Little one and she's tiny. She's 5. She's 5 feet two and three quarters. And you'll hear her before you probably see her. So you recognize her by her voice. That's what you listen to all the time. I'd be there, and I'm the tall one. You'll know Jamie, she'll have a crowd. People will know. She looks like a typical horse girl, but yet has a very bright personality that projects. Yes. You'll be like, there she is. I hope she's not listening to us. She doesn't listen to me. She has a list of the horses in the morning when she's not on. So we're safe. But anyway, you guys all have a terrific time if you're going to Kentucky, shopping, and watching some ponies. I hope the weather's going to be good for you. And I hope you enjoy cross country day. We'll be enjoying it from the couch. So you know what's the best coverage? You get to see a lot of what you're going to see everything..
"jamie little" Discussed on CarCast
"Into me, and I'm just thinking, God, damn, territory. Now I got max Pappas banging into me as we're going into the going into the fountain. The video shows it all right there. She's going straight. She missed the corner. She didn't miss out well. All right. Let's not do this. That was fun. We're not fun. Let me give the plug to Jamie by the way. Clash at the coliseum. This Sunday, February 6th, on Fox, cars look great. This is a first still some tickets available, though they expect 60,000 souls or the 6 60,000 out there. And let me give you a plug. Twitter, Instagram at Jamie little TV. I'll come back anytime. This was fun. Yeah, thanks. We got the Daytona 500 coming up. Two weeks, that's our big race. That's the 20th. Holy ground, you know, as they say of stock car racing. So this weekend will be a lot of fun. First time you could see these new cars, but Daytona's where it's at. That's what everybody wants. You can that'll be February 20th. You can go to am crawl dot com for live show tickets everywhere coming up this weekend, unfortunately on the 6th. Do you want to show the Shatner shows sold out, but the Dennis Quaid show still has some tickets laugh and until next time to have a crow for Jamie little and max and max. Next passage. Matt, the motor raider..
"jamie little" Discussed on CarCast
"It. That's the greatest. It was the greatest day of my life. It was great. It was so cool. I have to preface it with before I got married before I had children. That was the best day of my life. That second. I'm intellectually honest. That was the best. It was so awesome. I mean, in the way that it happened. You know, you put in the time, you have to go to willow springs. You spend three days up there with everybody, learning, how to race. And I don't go into something just to say, well, I'm a race reporter, so I'm going to race. No, I want to win. And I had drivers telling me, you better win. You realize that if you're going and you're representing you better win. And so I went for it and on the last lap, we were battling in the pro start catching you and you're like, all right, I can see him. You know? Sorry, oh wait. This was oh wait, so Mike Skinner. NASCAR truck series champion tries to spin me on the last corner. Oh, yeah. Kept my bike. Yep. And he had me sideways and I kept my foot in the gas, and I won that thing and I did an Elio Castroneves. I climbed the fence. Drank the champagne and the next day I was like, that was a dream. There's no way that I won that race. And I opened my door, my hotel room, and there was a Long Beach paper. And I was on the front page, and it was the day of the Indy car race that I was covering, and I'm like, I'm on. This isn't happening. It was the coolest experience ever. It was so much fun. She mentioned it in her vows when she got married. I think we're driving a front wheel drive scion or something. I was driving the scion. Yes. You didn't do what I did at Willis springs in that vet. You pulled yourself out of this out of trouble. And then you got bumped off the track or something by the swimmer. Dara. Dere Torres. Territory. She had won it before me. She was the first woman to win. She's terrible. She's terrible. When I talk to Goldberg and he got right off the track and he busted the mirror off, Derek Torres. So. Well, I won two times, so. You got to come back and win it with the pros. I did not win with the president. That was happy about that. I was not happy about territory. Which is neither was Bill. How about the rage you get? I mean, it's a fun race for the kids, but I was ready to choke some people. I mean, I had an on board the whole time. I'm not a very nice race car driver. Yeah, territory's fucked me up, but you fucked up too. And everyone behind us just got down the hairpin comes in on the inside and dive bombed that hairpin and then you get all out of shape and the next thing you know, max Pappas is bumping me a 120 miles an hour in the middle of that straightaway. For the lightning I'm all back in the door. We've been out to a bunch of those events. And it's just, it's funny. It's carnage because I've been out there with him on all of the training sessions, the PR days and all that stuff. And it's just a funny thing that of all the training that they give the celebrities as soon as race day happens. They forget everything. Well, Dara did. We had a couple of those as well. Yeah. There's a racing line. And you need to stay on the racing line. And then there's places where you can make a move. By the way, no passing on yellow Adrian Brody. He's flying by the whole field. What's going on? I must be going so fast. Or everybody else is going to a few times. He was in one year that I raised. Yeah. We had some good ones. Like Alex Trebek, he loved racing. He was in when I raced with the pros. But, gosh, I love, you know what my favorite part of that race was because there wasn't a whole lot of passing zones. No. Pushing people to make mistakes in front of you. And I forget who was racing in front of me. It was a view like this and I'm watching him and I'm putting the pressure on putting the pressure on and we're going down the straightaway right before you come to the hairpin. That one little area. The hairpin or the fountain. Right before the hairpin at the finish. So there's that little giant where you can make a pass. You can set somebody up there. And I pressured him and sure enough, I shit you not. He looks in his rearview looks at me and drives straight into the wall of tires and I'm like, thank you very much. I never looked back and that was the pass in my life. Every pro that we've talked to the Adams race was basically tells them the same thing. They're like, just fill up the rearview mirror. The guy in front of you till they make a mistake. And then they'll get out of the way or off the track. You just gotta scare people off the track. 100%, it works. You gotta be fast. You also have to push people into making mistakes. We have Derek Torres, dive bombing me, that's a great, let's bring back this memory. I was in second at the time. That's the hair. That's she's literally her car. Where's her car? I don't even mean the wall. I mean, but the other direction. She's going straight. And I'm in second and how the hell am I going to get out of this turn? That's exactly where skinner pushed me up and we left skinner. So then I get out and those cars. I'm a dancer. I'm against the wall, but her line was so horrific. And then I got max Pappas who's now he didn't have to take a bad line, so he got out of the hairpin and now we're going down the straight and he's bumping me at a 125 miles an hour, sucking into me, and I'm just thinking, God, damn, territory. Now I got max Pappas banging into me as we're going into the going into the fountain. The video shows it all right there. She's going straight. She missed the corner. She didn't miss out well. All right. Let's not do this. That.
"jamie little" Discussed on CarCast
"And we were commenting. Holy. I smelled my car. I was going shit mess. I was going straight. Go back place. I'm going? I was going straight. This happened earlier in the day during qualifying, not racist. Wow. Got back on it. What was lost? All right, now look, the steering wheel was going straight. The car was going straight. I didn't punch it. I just feathered back on it. It just whipped around because the tires were cold. You were going into that turn. You were on the brakes, which takes all the weight off the rear tires and then when you dipped into that gas again, there was no more not enough traction. But it's going uphill and I was off the brake. Anyway, gravity. I blame gravity. It did not. I was not brimming with confidence. When I get to the race, at least there was no wall anywhere in your site. Yeah. So yeah, the car wasn't damaged. I was humiliated. And but again, I was kind of like, I didn't really do anything. I wasn't really going fast. I wasn't doing anything. And then I just remember going, God. And then that messes with you, because the next time you go out, you're like, all right, I don't know what I did wrong, so is this going to happen again? I did not feel like I was being overly aggressive. Right. So then how do you race when you're trying to be aggressive and that wasn't even aggressive? And I just sailed off the track. Right. And then later after a few conversations and you were like, yeah, we're going faster and more laps. It's getting a little slick and then they were saying, go faster, the arrow will help push the car down. And I can say that. They never said anything about arrow. Oh no, you were saying, well, maybe it just told me to tell you, but they're like, no, you got to go, you gotta follow that car in front of you and as you're going that wing will start to push it down when it starts to feel a little slick. Yeah, well, first off, I couldn't hear anything on my radio. I was saying it. He was saying it to the right hill. You can hear I showed up and they're like, you got a radio in your helmet? I'm like, no, and they're like, oh. Wow. Well, it'd be helpful. Yeah. I'm like, well, no one said anything. And then now what ended up happening is I was, you know, fairly freaked out by the cold tires, but then I figured out once the race gets going. The warm up. And then they did warm up. And then they warmed up and then they were good. And then at the end, they started to go away. Again, and start getting really greasy out there. But it was happening to everybody. Like you were just going into that horseshoe. You were turning your wheel this much at the beginning of the race and then turning it way more at the NRA kept turning it in the car was just going straight and it was really greasy. And then what happened was it was that turn 8 at the end of the back straightaway. You're going a 160 miles an hour, and I was like, with these greasy tires, I'm going straight into the desert. That's all that's all I thought. But I was in third place and the guy in front of me. You know, he's in second place. He knows how to drive. All that guy follow that guy. And those guys weren't lifting. They were just going right around that corner. A 150 miles an hour. And I was just like, okay, here we go. And stuck. And then what first thing I said when I got out of the car is, why was I stuck on this corner with these greasy tires and they're like, oh, era. But I was like, you should have said that. I would have had a little more confidence going into that. Let's talk real quick about the Toyota pro celebrity race. A race we miss going to Adam start a few times. But you ran it as well. I did. 2008. I did. You won? I won it. That's the greatest. It was the greatest day of my life. It was great. It was so cool. I have to preface it with before I got married before I had children. That was the best day of my life. That second. I'm intellectually honest. That was the best. It was so awesome. I mean, in the way that it happened. You know, you put in the time,.
"jamie little" Discussed on CarCast
"Teams, you'll find it Chris and Ryan. You'll see ilio and Simon and the other two drivers. I forgot their names. Oliver Jarvis and Tom Blum fist. Yeah. But then who won the next class down? So those LMP two dragon speed USA that's Devlin defrancisco Eric Lux, Patricio award and Colton Herta. Oh, Herta. Yes, Herta. Ryan heard us. That's what that's heard of was driving. Yeah, I remember going. I know that guy, but I guess it's his son, right? Yes. Yeah, that's his son he's racing full-time in IndyCar now. That makes you feel old and you cover somebody's dad. You see them have children, and then you're covering their children in the race. I interviewed Brian her to probably multiple times. It came out on loveline like a million years ago. Real sweet guy. Oh yeah, it's cool. Yeah, he's a real nice guy. He owned the team that Dan Weldon drove for when he came back and won the Indy 500 in 2011 the year that he died, but he drove four Brian hurt and they were teammates at one point, but it was kind of like the underdog story. And when I think of Brian and how long he's been around quite a story there agreed. So the question I forgot to ask as long as we're talking about technology and the new cars God bless you with the aluminum rims in the center long, but then the lower as we'll start watching a lot faster now. Look at those ribs. But what about what about the shifting in the car? Yes. We still got the H pattern. It's a different transmission. I don't know all the details on the inside, but it's certainly different, but I hear at the clash of the coliseum. They might not get out of second gear. So they're looking at 65, 75 mph, maybe? Because it's such a short track. But are they using sequential boxes? Maybe that's a silly question. I just haven't been. That's what I'm asking, which is, and Chris can look it up. But in terms of technology, well, everyone has moved up to the steering wheel and sequential boxes versus an H pattern. It breaks. I know, we've been a huge deal. And they said they're incredible at the test that they've had. They just tested it Phoenix last week and they said the breaks. No issues at all, which is incredible. Those cars are so heavy and for as much as they'll be on the brakes, especially at the clash of the coliseum. So technology has come a long way, but these cars look good. Sequential 5 speed, so it says Chris. So now we're basically talking about a trans am car at this or something closer to a trans am car. Yeah. To the big class at a transition or trans am I just trans am? I think it's trans am one. Yeah, I don't remember what the order of as one is the slow guys or one of the fast guys. I wanted to a two. I did it. Yeah, I think it's the big cars and then two and then three because I remember wishing I was in three. Because it was that willow on the baseline. I actually hit that almost stock Audi over there. All right. Adam did get a little end of the dirt, right? And if somebody got dessert, who is in the dirt? No, I got yes. I got into the dirt. During a warmup lap, I still, you can check the game film, Chris. I don't feel like I did anything wrong. I really don't. I was going very slow. Yeah. I was coming around a corner that you're right before the horseshoe at the top that Budweiser building up there. And I just came out of the pits and I think the tires were pretty cold. And I just kind of came around the corner and I just got back on the gas just a little bit. I didn't punch it. And I was even going kind of steering wheels kind of going straight and it just flew off the track. Forced mature. Act of God. It was not me. No, but I remember thinking it was right before the race, I think, or the day before qualifying or something. And I was like, I remember thinking, God, that was nothing. I didn't do anything. I wasn't, you know, you know when you're pushing up against it. We can show you. Oh, we got it. The car shouldn't have whipped around and flown off the track. Put the sound in there. You.
"jamie little" Discussed on CarCast
"That was on my grandpa's pickup truck. That feels pretty old school to me. And then I got the part where, you know, it's like Major League Baseball uses wooden bats. It's tradition. Yeah. You know? Tradition. And then the training like, hey man, getting over that pit wall with your impact gun and 5 lugs. That takes some training. Yeah. You know what I mean? But this takes look, they do it in F one. It's just going to speed the whole thing up. Sports car racing, but this is a good point, which is I always just kind of looked at sports car racing and the beautiful BBS three part three part ran three piece rims and all that kind of stuff. And I was like, and then you look at NASCAR and it looked pretty rudimentary. And it just didn't feel like it was on the cutting edge of anything. And I'm glad that these guys stepped up, but Adam loves wheels. I love wheels. I love it. Excited when those pictures popped out of those wheels. And I think two, it is probably held back the vintage prices in terms of those cars. So all vintage race cars are going through the roof. But not the 70s or 60s NASCAR stuff, like you can still get that stuff. That stuff hasn't popped like many of the other vintage categories of pop. And I think it's because they're so just sort of basic, you know, and a lot of steel. They look pretty heavy leaf springs and live rear axles and steel rims and stuff like that. I'm glad to see them evolve this way. Yeah, I mean, you said it. It was all about tradition. NASCAR is held on to their traditions, so closely, and they didn't want to be like IndyCar or F one. And they finally, you know, people have come in and they've said, we need to make some changes. You know, there's a lot of things maybe about our sport that are stale, and maybe we're missing the boat on a lot of potential fans out there. And so this year, this has been a few years in the making, obviously, with this car, but not just the car, but tracks that we're going to trying something like the clash at the coliseum. I mean, that is a crazy concept to build a purpose built track for one race to up and leave. And by the way, there's no points on the line. This is just an exhibition race, but you're going to have all the superstars of the series out there racing in these cars for the very first time. Nobody knows what to expect. So I think it was genius move by them. I agree and back to the cars and the styling and everything. When people would get a stock car and they I don't mean a stock car, I just mean purchase a car that in stock trim. And then they would start to breathe on it. It wouldn't go in NASCAR route. It would go the sports car, route. You know what I mean? And you never saw cars out there done up like a NASCAR and like in the sports car series and trans am and things like that. So if you have a Mustang or Camaro or whatever it is, and you buy one, people start going trans am versus stock, but now they can go stock. Toward the stock car. It reminds me of like I covered the Rolex 24 a few years in a row. And I remember the first time I saw those cars in person, it was like, oh my gosh. They're just sexy and they're just grumbling and they're low profile and they look like race cars. And now we're kind of getting to that. We're definitely a huge step closer to that. And I think that's important for people that are enthusiast. Maybe you're into racing maybe you're not maybe you just like a car that looks cool or goes faster sounds awesome. We're getting to that point now. Well, speaking of the Rolex 24, although we talk in Daytona, when we say Rolex 24, where are we talking about? Should we just add boy? That was quite an ending. It was great to have Elio Castroneves and Simon passion of those friends over here on the accurate team, they won. And freaking I don't remember all they got drivers on the team. But accurate took first and second. Yeah, first and second out there. Well, first in both classes, I think. And maybe first and second overall, first and second overall. Right. But I think passion was driving in a different class. And pageant over in the same place. Are there overall? Who was the because Meyer shank racing and the second place car wasn't my routine? I got back here, but it was different. It wasn't passionate was the son of somebody or the brother of somebody. It was a name in the second the other class when we'll figure that one out. 24. But the thing that was crazy about that race was the two Porsche 9 11s going at it until a cliff of that at the end of the last lap. I was watching it live. It was crazy. First off, if you talk to the Pete brocks of the world or a lot of these guys, they'll tell you, well, we couldn't drive those cars ten tenths because we had to save them. It had the last 24 hours. They had to make things last. We had to interview Dan gurney about breaking and stuff at the end of the Mulsanne straits I could have to let up and you know there's two minutes left in a 24 hour race and there's two guys in a Porsche and they're driving the shit out of the car. It looked like a sprint race. Yeah. They're driving like there were qualifying. It was Christ. And you go, God damn the durability. It's cars have been going for 20. They weren't missing not a puff of smoke coming out of the exhaust system. Nothing. And they're going at it. Humanly possible with a minute left in this race. It was crazy. It's mind-blowing to see that in person and to be there and cover the 24 hours. I mean, from the start of the race to the finish 24 hours, just the people working on the cars, the way that the cars look at the end, but how they hold up the durability as you said is so good, but those drivers be able to hold it together. I mean, they're sleeping for maybe an hour or two hours than they jump back in for their stint and it's an incredible, incredible race, and it was so exciting, but Elio Castroneves. Guy is pushing he's almost 50, and he just won his fourth Indianapolis 500 last year and he comes out and wins the Rolex 24 for the second straight year. I think he's 45 46, maybe 46, even. I know he's older than me Adam. That's all I care about. I know I'm older than he. And that's all I care about. God, let's see. Alexander Rossi, I'm trying to think of who was in..
"jamie little" Discussed on CarCast
"And by the way, another big point for this season is the next gen car. Our race cars look completely different than they used to. Yeah. Yeah, let's talk about that. And yeah, the thing about Sonoma is they're mowing through the gears because I've raced there a couple of times when you get down to the end. There's a lot of concrete, but you got to get down in a second. You know, get around that hairpin. And then that bumpy section like that kind of section. They have some serious elevation and they have some off camber stuff. They have a kind of a chicane that you can try to straighten out, but it's pretty ballsy to really open it up. Going up that hill into one one a, I know I went to racing school there and I parked it into the outside wall because it's a blind corner. It's sort of off camber. It's very technical. When was the last time you were on it? Was it when we went with Leto? Cost you an engine? May have been that or maybe testing the 9 35. Maybe the 9 35 is after that. That was the redemption episode, right? We did we brought the new car the motor then brought the 9 35. I think it makes that all this. I think the 9 35 and the Newman Z car were the same day. Oh, yes, it was. We were testing the 9 35 and then the three car broke. On Jay Leno's garage. Yeah. And then the redemption episode was at willow. Yeah. Right. Willow springs. Yes. Love that place. Yes. I don't like it. It's too dusty. That is kind of dusty. Well, if you keep off for tires on the track, it doesn't get dusty. Not many people do that. No, that is hard. No, but the floor and the fauna of Sonoma Laguna Seca. I just love tracks that are sort of nestled lime rock, just nestled amongst the Woods. And there's cool stuff around obviously Laguna Seca. Hit the track and you can go out for a restaurant to grab a beer. Willow springs are like a beer. All right, I'll see you back in LA two hours. Yeah, that's pretty much what you don't even want to stay there. You can't go to a gas station. You gotta drive swine ten miles down the road. I love Sonoma. You're drinking wine all night. You go to the race track. It's just it's gorgeous. It just ride to the racetrack. Yeah, it's beautiful. So let's talk about the new cars. Yes. So this car, as we all know, NASCAR is stock car racing. Well, this is the first time I would say it's probably the biggest overhaul the sports ever seen in a race car. It's more stylish. It looks more like a race car should. We've gotten away from the 5 lugs. It's a single lug nut. It's finally tired. You're speaking my life. Yeah, so look, they look more like what you see on the road. And hopefully that appeals to the younger generation. This is a stock photo of the Chevy Camaro, but we've on our race cars move the numbers forward now so they have a different look. They sound different. They're just their badass. It's the best way to describe it. There's the Ford Mustang. Look at that. They're a beast. There's we have three manufacturers in NASCAR. It's just a new era of NASCAR in 2022. So we're running the Mustang in the Camaro and a Toyota. But we're kind of done with the Camaro, right? Are we phasing that out? What's going to be next? Yeah, that's been around for a couple of years, obviously this is more like what they're selling on the street. And that's kind of the whole idea because it's hard for people at home if they're trying to get into racing to relate to a car that doesn't look or sound anything like the one that they're driving. And there's the Camry and see right there. They did a really nice job on there. And this is totally new for the drivers. They have not raced this car yet. They have been testing it like crazy. They've been working through some issues because drivers, you know, they're very particular about their creature comforts. This car is totally different. And it's flange fit, so they can bump and bang and not get taken out as quickly. When do you start with the new car? So the new car is going to be a clash at the coliseum. Last shut the coliseum. That seems like a terrible idea. Because they're just gonna wreck all the new cars. Why don't they take a last season's cars that they probably don't need now and at least bang those up? It's been said throughout the garage. Everyone who's riding a check is saying, hey, maybe we should run the new cars yet. Yeah, so it's very interesting that you brought up the center locks because you know there's a kind of a mason Dixon line, like what's the difference between F one and NASCAR? Or what's the difference between old timey cars and modern cars? And a lot of it is the center lock. And even on the street, you know, when you get a Porsche 9 11, you see the center locks and the TT cars. That's the car you want. And then when you see the logs, you're like, yeah, it's cool, but it's not as cool. Center lock. And then when you see the fake center lock on the lugs, then you get angry. That's what I do. But I've always and it looks like the wheels are aluminum now or something other than steel. So the thing about NASCAR's, I always just looked at the steel rams and the 5 lugs and.
"jamie little" Discussed on CarCast
"You know the one car that I basically like that never really can get out of its own way in the collector car appreciation market while everything else is going up around it is the pantera. Yeah. That kind of creep up. They're kind of cool. They're made engine. Interestingly enough, the other bizarre and stuff like that, I think in bizarre, trying to think of the other V8 powered American power plant, Italian design. Those things are popping. Everything is like literally gone up around the pantera. The vats and the newer stuff and the older stuff. And newer specialty Mustangs and stuff like that. And the pantera just sort of hangs out. They're creeping up a little bit. But we're not talking about modified wide body whatever. We're talking about like original or restored like GTS pantera, you know, like some of the nice ones. Yeah. I don't know what's going on with those. Yeah, and the mangusta. Another kind of pantera, essentially, and goose this are 354 hundred. Those popped up. Everything the poor Panera just kind of remains. Yeah. Even viper, I think, is moving. I first move in my heart. Yeah. I don't know why back Tara. That's a cool car. I agree. It's like go get yourself a nice stock pantera and enjoy it and sit on it a little bit. And it's got to go up. You know what else caught attention recently as testarossa? Testarossa is a hundred grand, sitting at hundred grand for a while. Big mirror off to the side. And now they're jumping. Now, in the testarossa world, the last sort of version of it that I always liked was the 5 12 M now the one that looks like a modern test roasted. It has the covers over the lights, not the pop up lights, right? Right. It looks like a Tesla with fixed lights. That car was cool. Test roses were a hundred grand, maybe a 150, and those were 400 to four 50. But it was the best of the bunch. And yeah, now there's a big gap between them. Well, that cars. The other Ferrari, modern day Ferrari, I was looking it up on a hammer tack. And I was literally like, I almost dropped my coffee. A three 55. Yeah. Ferrari. Convertible. It used to not be much of a difference between the convertibles and the coupes, though, but three 55 convertible. I don't really like that car in a convertible. One for like two 30. That's coming from. I have no idea where that's coming from. It's crazy. Yeah. I mean, those I like those cars. I like those. I think it's a pretty car, it's got a good sound. I'm gonna gated shift. Yeah. Let's look at the stuff you won. And by the way on that note, but I will say I know how much you hate yellow cars. Then car works in a yellow coupe. It does. I just had this conversation with Aaron and Randall Shelby, because the four GT that went that sold for like four 50. It was yellow at the back black stripes. And I told them the same thing that I say here. They go, man, four 50 for that car. They're like, I don't know about that color, and then Randall's like, I don't know, yellow's not bad. I go, it's not bad, but now imagine it in any other color, and he laughed. He's like, yeah, you're right. It doesn't have to be yellow. The Ferrari 5 50 are moving now. They are. I do agree with you. Probably the three 55 and the 360 are the best yellow Ferraris if you've got to get yellow. And maybe. And this could just be for my childhood when I think I got a model of one of the cars. Maybe the dinosaur. And the dinosaur nobody that are not yellow and they're so good. The dean, that's true. The dinos are moving kind of like the gull wings, like they just sat at one price. They kind of made it. Yeah. They're a cool piece. All right, should we bring in our guest? Max pat of Jamie little. Jamie little is a NASCAR Fox host reporter, probably by play announcer as well. I got this cool event coming up, which is they're doing a race at the coliseum. Yeah, out here. Yeah. It's coming up this weekend. It's Sunday, February 6th. Jamie can tell us a little bit more about it. But I think you can still go out and get a ticket for that. I don't know that that's sold out yet or how they're handling that. But all right, we're getting Jamie little's coming to the studio. Hello. How are you guys? Good. Yes, you guys were talking about the clash. I believe tickets are still available for it. They're expecting about 60,000 people there. The cool thing though. At the coliseum, just a fine point on it. Yes, the clash at the coliseum. They literally built a race track for one event that'll get torn up when this is all over. And it's just, you know, to try to reach a new market, bring NASCAR to a city where we don't normally go. We're usually in Fontana down the road atom, as you know. So it's a totally different concept. And it's an obviously tight. It's going to be fun, wield a wheel racing. It's going to be hard to stretch out the field. And if you do, you're just coming up on lap traffic inside of ten minutes on that track. I mean, I don't even know how they physically. I don't know if you have pictures of it, Chris, but how they physically pull it off. Is the oval there gonna be like the size of irwindale? So it's a quarter mile. So it's basically half the size of our smallest track, Martinsville, Virginia is like the smallest track that we go to in the NASCAR world. So it's going to be tight. You can't avoid each other. 23 drivers. I think 36 are going to show up. Only 23 in that main race on Sunday. So you're going to get knocked around if you want to win this race. You need to be leaning on somebody Robin's racing. How they are they banking the track? Very minimally, all the way around, so it's the same, but yeah, there it is right there. So the football field is under there. They laid all the dirt over kind of like they do with Supercross every week. At stadiums around the country. And then they poured the asphalt. So it was a huge undertaking. But it's something different. We need to be different and reach new audiences. And I heard that 70% of the ticket sales are from people that have never been to a NASCAR race. Oh, really? Yeah, it's going to be something to see for sure. Yeah. We're looking at this time lapse video. Man, there's going to be no bad seats in the House, either with sometimes coliseum, watching a football game or something. It's a little tough if you're in the cheap seats. But not with those cars out there, and not with as many of those as many cars as they have out there, it just seems so ambitious. But I agree. I like it when NASCAR mixes it up. I always love the road courses. To me, NASCAR's cut at its best when it gets down on one of those where they go out here that go to the truck. We stop in Finn and Sonoma. Stop and try to someone's friend is Andrea or Andrea. I have to stop before I say their name and think about it. But yeah, man, when they get going on Sonoma, I just that's such a real racing. It is. And it's funny. I mean, back in the day, you thought stock cars, they're too heavy, they don't move around. They're not agile enough. They're not good on road courses. That's some of the best racing that you'll see in NASCAR now to your point, Sonoma is one of my favorites. They're leaning on each other, but just high speeds..
"jamie little" Discussed on CarCast
"You want to move a gull wing, you go to RM. Right. Right. Now there's a gull wing for sale. Yeah. That's it. But that's what bring a trailer did. Hey, if you want to go wing, here's a goal one, who cares who's selling it? Yeah. And I think it really opened up the market. You know, talk about cars that have popped, ones that we've been keeping our eye on. The four GTs, the 2005, 2006, a yellow one at Barrett. Sold for four 50 and the gulf heritage one sold for 7 25. These were 203 two 53 50 an hour at four 50 and 7 and a quarter. I know. I should have got one. I got that. I was very much going to get that car. I was talking to Bo bachman, had my name on Juan could have got one for me. And then I kind of walked up on the car and I didn't like the interior still felt the little plasticy to me. The bumpers were a little bit weird. The gaps are weird. And stuff. The gaps are weird. They had that weird what I call the old CD holder rack, weird thing in the back. It didn't plastic. And I looked at it and I was just like, you're like, oh, it's a 160,000. Yeah. I'm getting a market for that money. Yeah, give myself a V12. Yeah. Yeah, smart move. Listen, on paper, yes, but now the Aston Martin's 80 grand. And this car is 450,000. Well, the rally is as far as I know and who knows what's gonna happen, but really the only segment of that 2005, 2006 kind of supercar Porsche carreras and things like that. The only one that ain't moving is Aston Martin. And Jack, oh, even though the Jack's specialty cars are moving a little bit, but Aston Martin and Jack just aren't really moving from that era, although some of the newer, more special, supercars, maybe that Aston Martin made are making a move, zagato, something. But yeah, I think like a one 7 7 would pull some pretty big money and they've got this new super car the Valkyrie. I believe that's coming out. I think that's going to end up training. They need some halo cars like that, not just a hotter trim level. We don't need just like the 007 version, like you need something kinda kinda hot. Yeah, by and large, it's kind of always been that way. I used to look at Aston Martin DB 7 GTs, like 6 speed and a V12 and like a cool piece. And there's always like $37,000. And maybe they still are they bumped up a little bit. But I was always like, that's a ton of car. Why isn't why the resell vanquish just didn't have much now DB 9? DBS and BBS was probably it's got a little bit of a premium, I think. A little bit, but they just never moved. And you kind of wonder, like, hey, there are a ton of car, they're beautiful. They got a V12, like, are those going to start to move? Yeah. Everything else is moving. Yeah, I agree. And it's funny because I think I saw a report that was saying, you know, the predictions for the years. We're going to get we're going to get a $2 million Japanese car online auctions are going to double British cars are not going to move. They never really have. I mean, Jags and Aston Martins just not really, unless you're really at the top of the food chain. It's like special. Four or 5 years ago, we started to see some world records on British cars, but the racing cars. Right. We started seeing some of the best of the best cars in Jags and assets and we started to see some real money from those. But I guess that's where it starts, right? You got to go to the rarest of the bunch and that's usually the racing car world. And then how does it start to trickle down from there? But we talked about this on the phone as well. I was running around Barrett. I don't know about the super low mile cars. I'd like the special cars more. It's like, look, obviously, I have a Ford lightning. I like it. It's fun. One just sold on bring a trailer with 1200 miles for $50,000. It's a $10,000 truck. And now it's because of the low mile factor it's 50,000. So that part of the collector car world is creeping up. And I don't know. I kind of would caution those buyers. You know, if you're getting a bone stock, Acura or even something a little special or like a bone stock, civic type R. You know, if you bought one today and you had 7 miles on it and you put it on the shelf for 30 years and then saw that I mean, I don't know if that's the right car. I'm gonna buy some Tesla or Apple stock instead. That's obviously advice. Yeah, some of that. Apply that thing and have some fun with it and buy some Tesla stock..
"jamie little" Discussed on CarCast
"Yeah, get it all got to get on the church they're gonna make it on welcome to carcass man of world's math, the motivator Deandre over there. How you doing? Doing well. How are you doing? Great, just came back from crazy auction week in Arizona. Yeah. Big, big party at Barrett Jackson, 50th anniversary, a great showing at RM. I mean, this the market was nuts. Just world records left and right. Yeah, I was looking at some of the results last night and you know that the segment that's really going up is the custom car stuff you know and C ten trucks block just boxy 60 70s trucks 400 grand. Lots of lots of customized vats, customized vats didn't use the fetch anything. No, but then last year, Kevin Hart spent three quarters of a $1 billion. Yeah. Somebody spent no, he spent sorry, he spent like 657 $100,000 almost a $1 million on a somebody who spent 7 plus, I think on either convertible or split window. The vet. So the vets used to be, if you had a split window that was really nice and original, it would fetch good money. And if you had big block 71, I don't know all the vet designations. But if you had the right one from the 60s and the right one from the 70s, the 70s would always be the big block. I guess four 54. Those would bring some good money. But the custom ones were just kind of a waste of your money. I mean, in terms of the guys who put the money into them, they just didn't fetch anything. And now the custom vents are going nuts. The custom, you know, everything suburbans and stuff. The stuff that's well built built really pulls money, but I am surprised by some of the numbers like I was sitting there with Aaron Shelby and Randall Shelby and I think it was a 67 GT 500 KR went up. $280,000, I think was the hammer price. And they're like, wow, that's good. That's a big number for that car. And then right after that was like a K 5 blazer that went for 400,000. I'm like, come on now. Right. I was like, it's a cool truck. I get it to cool thing, but I don't want to make fun of the YouTube guys, but it felt like a YouTube buyer. Like at that point. And then the G wagon 6 by 6, that was like $1.5 million. It was a setup for $1.5 million. This is a McLaren P one. There's a four GT carbon fiber heritage cars up there. I was like, do you want the 6 by 6? Yeah, the trucks are pulling all the money. The modern day supercars or getting all the money. Some of the lambos that didn't currently the mercy a Lagos and the countach is and even the God I'm trying to think of, what's the Lambo with the mirror that goes the wrong the wrong way that it was bothers me. Not the era con but the one before. The guardo guardo are those things are in the super leger edition and stuff. These are like modern day cars that are pulling good money. And then there's the Mercedes one 90s. And I've always said, the Mercedes won 90s sort of a glorified Carmen gear. If you really think about it. If you look at a Carmen ghee and a one 90 in a squint a little bit, there'll be about the same car. Yeah. I would say this. Minus the Mercedes batch. If you pulled up on a first date in a Carmen gia or one 90, the chick wouldn't know the difference it wouldn't care. Coverage is probably faster. Probably a little bit quicker. But with the gull wings and the coops and sorry the convertibles, getting all the money now, finally moving. Yeah. I mean, those cars were you could set your watch on a Mercedes 300 convertible or Mercedes gull wing. Yeah. All day long, the gull wings were one, two, and the convertibles were 9 50 to 1 million or something like that. And that's just what it was for a decade. It wasn't that way for 6 years. It was that way for ten years. And then just in the last ten minutes, the gold wings have popped. And as I always say, and I always used to talk about buying the little brother, get the little brother. Yeah. You know, if the big brother crosses a million bucks and the little brother, in this case, meaning the one 90 is sitting around $86,000, go get it. Because when the big brother now starts to cross 2 million bucks, then that now the one 90s or three 50. I think at Barrett, they're going 1.875 or something like that almost 1.9 million and to your point, the one 90 at pair of Jackson, $350,000. That used to be $50,000. The one thing worst off, Barrett Jackson wouldn't have been a good place to sell a one 90 a few years ago. Right. Or if you want a $47,000 for it, it would have been a good place to sell it. But not if you wanted a 150,000 bucks or so now and I think maybe I can circle this back to bring a trailer. There is no more who's selling it anymore. You know, they're used to be a lot of, well, you got that car. That car's no good for Barrett Jackson or Russo or whatever. Or something. That car's no good for that. It's like you want to move a copo Camaro you go to bear it..
"jamie little" Discussed on NASCAR America
"Raising awareness is to show people out there that rescue matters. Jamie is always just had a soft spot for animals. And you know, in kids alike, you know, our initiatives are. We want to take care of people and animals who can't take care of themselves. So children's bureau is a shelter for children and when I learned about them and went in and met with them I quickly realized, okay, there's something here. How do I help? It's almost like you have to do something. So we kind of came up with this idea of let's tell them we'll donate a kick every time there's a birthday and believe it or not, there's one to three birthdays a month between their two shelters and Indianapolis alone. So every month, when there's a birthday we get an email, they tell us the favorite color for the bow. Favorite flavor of cake, and we present it to them. It's very small what we do, but it brings joy to their face and it makes them feel like their day is special. I just feel like I got really lucky. You know, to have a child that is putting so much good out in the world. She inspires me. Her heart is so big and I think it means everything to her. It really does. It's so little, but it goes a long way, and that's something else that I want people to realize in their community. If you want to help just a little bit goes a long ways. Tonight, don't NASCAR America motor mouse. We are unveiling the Comcast community champion award finalist for 2021. We've heard from the first two finalists Curtis Francois from gateway and then also our friend, Jamie little from Fox. Let's meet the third and final finalists for 2021. Here at the facility, we talk about having a servant's heart that it's always bigger than yourself. You can make a difference. No matter how small a gesture does a wonderful job of leading by example, he encourages staff. He encourages creativity. He would start with a phone call and the phone call says we have an idea. When you think about the things that Greg has led his team to do in the community. You just meant so much. Speedway children's charities was founded in 1982. By bruton Smith, as a result of the death of his infant son. So the charity was born out of a place of pain, right? And in my experiences, is that when you have an organization that's born out of something deep in the heart, they're very sustainable and they're very passionate. And that's been something that all of us as BA motor sports has been passionate about is to speak with children shares. Greg has been a great advocate for speedway children's charities. With this property and everything they do here, we are always on his mind as part of how can we help them to? There were lots of bunts and singles to use a baseball metaphor of just trying to raise the money because speedway children's charities is focused on the needs of children. And we knew that there were a lot of people, a lot of kids that were not going to get the help they needed unless we're able to raise that money for SEC. When we went home in March, mid march when the world kind of came unraveled. And Marcus Smith our CEO actually got all the general managers on a phone call about two weeks into it. They said, you guys have these amazing facilities, your big parts of your community. You need to figure out ways to get connected. And so that was for us kind of the north star of what we needed to do. Charlotte Motor Speedway's always been a huge economic driver for khmers county and Concord. But the last 19 months, it went it became the heart of the community. It's been amazing since beginning of the pandemic. In March of 2020, I started getting calls from Greg Walter about things that they wanted to do to try to help the communities. We partner with atrium to start on the first mobile testing sites in the country, a sports facility. It was one of the first places you could get tested here in Kubernetes county. And then to do the same thing vaccinations. There were so many of our neighbors are able to come here and get vaccinated in a really efficient way. They were cheering. They were clapped. They were hanging out of their wind as wanting to shake your hand. Thank you so much for doing this. And that, in itself, made every moment that it took to pull off that massive event, it made every moment worse than well worth it. The vaccination event in particular, we never did like to get credit. We just did it because it was the right thing to do. And that's where our heart was. Greg and the speedway were the first in line to say let us be let us be the person to help us be the group to help..
"jamie little" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Signed it into law last September and the idea was to expedite expungement Expungement of criminal records so they could get jobs So it actually isn't even expunged When employers are looking to hire formerly incarcerated firefighters who do get expedited expungement they will still see the criminal record That's one of the problems with the bill And so there are several problems that I see in one of them is that you have to navigate reentry while you're going through a lengthy legal process where you have to apply through a judge a judge has to approve the expedited expungement A DA then has the option to appeal the judge's decision So you have to kind of go through all that You have to retake all the training that you've done You have to take all the tests over And this requires a lot of support It requires a lot of community support like most people who come out of prison have to get several jobs They have to work immediately They have to figure out housing and it's in a world that is very uninhabitable for people with felonies And so they're navigating all of this legal system then you have to get hired by cow fire or by a municipal agency And they like I said earlier can see that you have a criminal record And both of these bureaucracies are notoriously discriminatory And they head of the cow fire union came out against the bill and it makes absolutely no sense for a state that is in absolute catastrophe to have trained people who know how to fight fire who then want to fight fire and have a job doing it and not hire them You write that California has always had a fire problem now that that problem is constant crisis because of climate change So how do you see this playing out as these fires in the west are going to stay with us Going back to the idea that this program is actually a positive program with some parts of it that are actually really useful I think that it can be folded in or part of the California conservation core where instead of for charges that actually should not be part of mass incarceration for things that are drug charges or things that are related to mental health or things that are non violent that you have an option to maybe go to a camp have social services but also get paid minimum wage and work for California conservation core be part of a fire training crew And then ease into a job afterwards if you actually want a job and not have a felony on your record it seems like that could be an option where you take CDC out of the fire camp program And you make it something else entirely and independent And there are some efforts to do that the Ventura training center is one and the other thing is that I think within President Biden's infrastructure Bill there's a portion of it that's for a climate core a civilian climate core And I think that that also could easily be adapted You know you could use that as the program that takes over these fire camps And use the funding to run them and pay people and make it something that is a positive because I do think that there are rehabilitative elements to it but not if you're a firefighter while you're being a prisoner Jamie little author of breathing fire female inmate firefighters on the front lines of California's wildfires Thanks for sharing your stories today with us on climb.
"jamie little" Discussed on The Best Advice Show
"Welcome to the best advice show. It is food Friday. My name is Roni cavan sugg. I am a student and producer and metro Detroit and right now I'm the best advice show in turn and my advice is to make pancakes instead of cookies. Not all the time. Of course, you should still make chocolate chip cookies when you want. But when you don't have time for cookies my lazy college student cookie substitute is pancakes. Yes. That can totally hit the spot. Yeah, and I make them at like ten at night. If I have a craving for pancakes I'll make pancakes. I'm probably gonna make some after this actually. My mom introduced me to this pancake recipe from a cookbook that she saw. And they were like the best pancakes I ever had. And I had a chocolate chips and they were even better. So now I make chocolate chip pancakes all the time. And I when I was living at home, I was making them all the time too. And I was complaining about how long it takes me to gather all the ingredients and she was like, my mom, my mom was like, why don't you just put for next time? Put all the dry ingredients in this little pub, Jamie little Tupperware. And then just shake it up and then the next time you want pancakes, all you have to worry about is the wet ingredients. So you just dump your premade to the dry ingredients in your little bowl, and then you add the wet ingredients in your set. Nice mom hack. Thank you. Not just for today's episode, but for three months of amazing interning. Really not just interning. You were co producing the show with me. I can't thank you enough. Roni will be graduating in the spring, and anyone who gets to work with her next is a very lucky podcaster. I've got the pancake recipe erronea talked about in the show notes. And as always, if you are a fan of this show, please give us a rating or review at Apple podcasts. It helps a lot and makes me feel better about myself..
"jamie little" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Aren't other roles you can look to and say oh that's been done per se you know. Just play by play as the main you know i. It's still amazing to me that you don't have more women doing play by play of of sporting event. Yeah but it's not. Just i don't think on networks per se. I think it's also on women who have decided that that's what they wanna do. You know because the ones that. I do know that have decided full on that. That's what i want to strive for. One of my friends in racing right now. Jamie little is doing that. And she's doing that with the arca racing series and she decided in it. So i am seeing happen for her as she's doing in that's awesome hannah storm and andrea. Who do it for for amazon right. So that's in baseball. I mean we. We see today baseball. The women that have been calling major league games and things. So i think it's it's frustrating. I'm not. I'm not going to ask you to name the networks because that would be unfair but i am curious since you worked at fox. Cbs nbc espn. And was your experience in terms of they treat. Women fairly not fairly. The same across the board was one network better than the other was one worse than the other or is it always been sort of what it is. I can't answer that question. Which knocking about. What network was the worst. I'm i'm asking if there were different experiences at each one or if they were all the same without naming the network. I think and i'm thinking about this for a moment as i answer. I think that it is. It's kind of across the board. There's not there's really you know like look if you ask anybody. There are stories that you heard from from women at every network. You know whether or not you're even seen or sniffed anything like it. You know their story so you hear those things right but then also there's there's the factor blake if you've ever dealt with that. I think it's ending it similar across the board. I will say my most recent experience. One thing i saw it was really cool. And i'm not saying that. This is not the scenario at the other networks. But i hadn't seen this before was the amount of women in that were part of the. Cbs project just worked on that. We're in cra do sir roles in high level roles like that was and behind the scenes production roles that awesome in. That's different to me. And those women are also a lot of the same women that are working on the olympics. To that in the not spot. I will also say. I have seen that in racing at fox Women who are in very high management roles and there is one female in particular there who is just an absolute rockstar in. So i think i think about it to not only from role that from management. Because i think that's very important absolutely you know what i mean. Yup given that you're already. Espn from two thousand. Eleven to two thousand seventeen. What did you make of the maria. Taylor rachel nichols brouhaha. I think you surprised that you know this ended.
"jamie little" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"When did that really start becoming something that you focused on. I would say a few years ago when i had my crew. Chief randy cox was very big zoo fitness working out in his former military guy and the hilo exercise stuff exercise science us extremely knowledgeable so he kinda reshaped my thinking on a lot of that stuff so i big credited him. I think Joining when i started doing cross bet here. You know our place that we go to the great friends with the owner and Across the valley here. And they're very smart and tactful about what they do. It's not what some people think when they have thing cross it like we're going and abusing ourselves. It's not our taxable what we do. It's functional fitness. Meant to be mentally tough and apply to rely to feel good. Be functionally fit things like that. So i think between low crew chief randy and starting cross fit in shaping my perception on physical fitness. I think all those things really allowed me to hone in on it to be the best. I could be behind the wheel more things for you before i let you go. I wanted to ask. How did it feel to be in the broadcast booth a couple of weeks ago. You did the arca race and i think you said you rookie. That's the first time. I believe you've done something like that. How did it feel to be up there yet. Actually is really good. I enjoyed it a lot. I wanted to do that to the need for my sponsor. Menards in the arkham nerd. Serious aspen do it in a fox jamie little up on five bill for vox booth to join them. So that was neat. And i'd been wanting to do it anyways because i like new challenges and that was different in it gives you a greater appreciation for what they do and how perfect they are. I mean like jamie. Little's like the the i was when i'm sitting there and i'm trying to do all this period. How good she is. How right on time. She is with somebody talking to inner ear and counting down as far as when we're gonna commercial and how she makes it all flow so naturally i was like i mean she's like the dossier of the kevin harvick. Goes you know of this there. The veteran of this stuff you know just shows like wow. She's the driver of doing those. Those people that do those things on them booth all so good at. Its are related to like cup drivers. That are champions in that element..
"jamie little" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Think i could be wrong. I don't know anything about britney spears. i don't think she has the mental capabilities to lead her own life. Okay and i'm not saying what the fathers doing is right or wrong. But i just don't know if she's one hundred percent able to do that. Well here's the thing with. My sister has worked in this field as well. And i think this is what people are and people like dr drew and stuff are abs like confused about having a conservative ship. There's like two there's several levels of it anything just be like. Hey you know this mostly it happens with like maybe a parent's elderly parents or maybe a a guy is a little off. But he's inherited two hundred thousand dollars and he's forty five years old and he can live in an apartment and he can drive a car. He's probably never gonna have a job. So then like mr will be the conservatory. And she'll pay the rent and she'll make sure he can have what he wants. That's someone that's not britney. Spears is making millions and millions and millions of dollars a year and so i think what this taught. Everybody was like no. What's so disgusting about is that she gets a court. A court appointed attorney court appointed public defender. Basically while all the other people that are keeping her in the conservatorship. She's paying those attorneys. Keep her trapped right. And then the person she has representing her is like some freebie. That like You know some you know prostitute would get a mental illness or something. That's who britney spears. Get so i think that it so i see why people thought. Hey look we've seen some disturbing here and she even said i need therapy right. Most of us do and she said she's on meds and whatever and she thing that she did say that was. My sister disagreed with us. When she's like. I would like it gone without being evaluated. Yeah well what she should have said. I think just to help. It is like i would like it to be gone. And you judge if we could decide on like a non-biased no stake in the game therapist evaluating me. That is i mean. Or that's what her attorney should have said. Then that's to put okay. She is okay she can run her own life you know or she chooses a person she chooses. The person that's like the most people start almost havoc conservative ship as far as they have a financial manager that they'll go. Can i buy this Bentley actually know how that you can't. Yeah we really want to keep your car under one hundred thousand. If you're gonna car this year or i suggested lease okay. I mean and then those people sometimes steal your money to. It's a very hard place to be. It's like who the fuck do you see and this is not to sound insensitive. But after a couple of days after she she had made that testimony she got on there in hawaii. Right there. the boyfriend and this is not a joke. Like is there not a person in hawaii who could take out an iud. I mean i don't see the. I think the fathers with our in hawaii like these things they can't get done just nauman. Hawaii want you know it could be that you just gave that idea. And hopefully she'll send juice scoop because you're right you know it could be almost like a you'd have someone who's been a kidnap victim for ten years and then they go out with their captor to get pizza and they don't tell anyone. Hi it's me. I've been kidnapped for ten years. Because they're so yet so if they told her it's in you and you know and also i think she's someone that doesn't like going to doctors and stuff and so you know now she's probably like wow like i'm thirty nine. It's already going to be a challenge. The natural challenge to get pregnant. And now you have to take out the iud but you're right. I hope that sam drives her to a doctor and said parenthood awas who. Yeah and cakes out. You're totally right like hard rock cafe. I'll bet she does do it this weekend. Because i mean. I honestly think or this week or whatever. She's there because honestly think that's what her thing was she's like i didn't know i could ask for like so many things. She was just like going going going. Which is why i know that moment that she just quit the mgm show was like she realized. I don't wanna get stuck doing another show for three years with no extra freedom no enhancement of my life. You're still going to like hold my kids dangling in front of me or you know the one boyfriend. Did you hear what the one boyfriend spoke about it and said so he was yeah. I don't think he was the boyfriend that i met. Who is jason. Who was the william morris because the the first matchup Use the william. Moore's agent that then was with her in vegas and they were engaged and they broke up and one of the reasons was that she wanted a little girl. Like this little girl thing has been going ho. What does she gets a boy again anyway. She wants a little girl and he didn't want kids. That's what people wrote. Obviously there's probably a lot more going on there when she got all these around here and but am i wrong are the two boys that she has. Now who are a little older fourteen. Think yeah are they have. Were they taken away or they hers again. I thought they would. I believe they are predominantly being raised by kevin. Yeah who's to be like a really responsible dad. And he's got like the two other kids with shar jackson and then i think he's got two more with his third wife was like volleyball player. Or something nick cannon and run for his money. Yeah and i think that she's like a nice normal person that he married like and and he drops off the kids all the time he he has never been the one to keep the kids. Let's remind everybody that it was. Sh sean who then went to kevin and said grandpa jamie hit me and they have a restraint. They have a restraining order from jamie. The grandpa being your her chil- children so her own grandchildren have restraining order against her father. Who then is still controlling her. That should that should have removed him automatically. Yeah but all this stuff just takes time and it just takes one person being like one judge simply say the restraining orders now off is that why say her is years a reason to do this. Testimony is is it for the judge who heard that that testimony. Well he just. I think it's a woman she will. Now say it's over lifting. The i don't know when we'll know i hope there's some or some really big changes to it right. And then so. She did not happy with her sister. Jamie little me so we wanna one. She put her as part of a and didn't and that girl was enjoying her job. Getting paid so nervous about the attorneys get paid an enormous amount. And then what the attorney. I saw this. The attorney has sued fans. Okay like getting jr britney fans. Yeah this this fan. Jordan miller tried to tell the world about lou. That's the attorney. She sued them most recently. Using hundreds of thousands of britney's dollars to pay a law firm sydney at sydney law. For the suit against a fan. This is from that surprise. Witness esquire on twitter. And there's all these this person you know how to all this information but yeah basically that is what's Britney actually hired an attorney to represent her in two thousand eight named adam streisand. I remember that. Because remember that name. Adam streisand from our chelsea days. Because of sean pawlowski came on the show and then did a barbra streisand impression inside. No but that was cut her. Go to and we were like why are you doing. Okay yeah judge. The judge gates removed him. Adam strikes from the courtroom and insist and instead appointed a glorified public defender and now multimillionaire. Samuel ingham is now on it. Yeah so all. These people are getting paid so much money. And then they're suing people that say anything about the and then yet she has no say and this attorney to you saw that she's like well. My attorney didn't tell me that my turn get her a good attorney and who's running the instagram stuff isn't her because i i've read two different hurt as somebody. Okay i read everything. And this is just my theory in all the information gathered. I think she. I think sometimes she posts and sometimes they enhance it or post. Four her right. Who's ever doing it. Nobody's doing a great yes. It's very and i. I thought it was like she had photos and stuff and they had like a matching ipad and they would use her spinning around dancing and they write their own thing. That sounded like a logical thing. But now i've heard that no like in fact the ranch one about like we used to live on a ranch look like two little kids like from grapes of wrath. Yeah and everyone's like well clearly. That's not her because then jamie lynn. The sister goes when what cousin had a ranch and so i thought it was the sister pointing out. Yeah this is bullshit.