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Fresh update on "jeep" discussed on WJR Programming
"You're gonna want to listen to the whole thing because we have great guests really interesting subjects and you know, right now we're in this really interesting time period where We've made it through so much through Cove it we've learned that you know, As long as we take those pure Michigan safety protocols, we call him the pure Michigan pledge. You know, wearing a mask when necessary, you know, indoors and outdoors when you're in crowded places. Keeping your hands clean, distancing and staying home. When you're sick. We've now learned that that's the key to getting us out there again and traveling and doing things that we love to do, so let's stay vigilant. Even as those vaccines air coming out slowly but surely do our part so that we can travel right here in pure Michigan. We're getting ready for some events to start coming online again as well. You're starting to slowly see that happen. And when I think of events, I think of ST Ignace because ST Ignace as cool of places it is. It's an events town. There was so many cool events. A lot of them have to do with automobiles and such. We get to talk about one of those Cool events that's coming back this year called the Jeep to Mac Right away today, Let's bring in Quincy Randall Quincy is the events director for the ST Ignace Convention Visitors Bureau in Quincy. I bet you're really ready to get some of these events going again in ST Ignace. Yes, we are. It was weird to not have them last year, though it was the right thing to do, And we're definitely happy with that decision. But we're already toe hit the ground running and get back in to gear with our events this summer, so literally, literally to get get the gear with somebody other. You know, I seriously I think of you guys because you have so many cool events you have Lot of parades with a lot of different vehicles and unique things s 01 of them. Is this Jeep to Mac? This is is this like the sixth year this will happen. Yes, 60 year this year. Tell us a little bit about the Jeep to Mac and what happens so this event is we do a lot of rich crossings. But this one is special because we also partner with Drummond Island Tourism Association. S o. It starts out on Friday with the parade across the Mack an average week yourself. I'm sure this is April 23rd, right? Yes. Sorry, April 23rd will be the crossing on Friday and we go south and then back north together as a parade, which is really fun across the bridge. And then after that, you know, pandemic permitting. We have grab and go lunch sacks, or if you if we can, we'll have maybe more of a buffet style. It's all kind of up in the air for.
Police seek the driver who struck and killed a 60-year-old man in North Philadelphia
"Are searching for the driver of the SUV, they say struck and killed a deaf man last night in north Philadelphia's Harold Gate neighborhood as he walked home as K Y W. Crime and Justice reporter Kristen Johnson tells US officers are looking for a large blue GMC Roberta Valez is walking home crossing your second and Ontario streets, police say when a shiny blue GMC Yukon from the early 2000 struck the 60 year old so hard, captain mark over, Y says. The victim flew out of both shoes struck that hard by a vehicle that big will be taken in a certain distance down the street. It's not clear for less was dragged or thrown. There was a report that the car was a white jeep but over, Weiss says, they watch that surveillance tape and see the Jeep did not hit Valez. It was the driver of the blue SUV, he says. Just because you hit a person with your vehicle. It does not mean you committed a crime. There's no reason for you to leave that seat. However, when you make the decision to leave the scene, you have committed a crime. The crash happened a little After 11 PM cause enough noise for people who come out of the house to see what happened and investigators believe the car has a broken right headlight as well as other front and damaged a picture can be seen on our website. Police say. This is the fifth fatal hit and run crash this year. Kristin Joe Hansen came by double Hugh News radio.
Fresh update on "jeep" discussed on WJR Programming
"That. But there will be some vendors and sponsors and some live music and Different cruises. You can go on by yourself or with your friends or group or whatever you like to do. And then Saturday, everyone heads over to Drummond Island, which is About an hour drive from ST Agnes. But it is full of off roading trails and you get your fairy passes included with your registration as his access to the Turtle Ridge. Park that they have over there on there's just tons of different experience levels and difficulty levels. If you have a really souped up Jeep, you can like climb a mountain with it. You liked it, or you can just cruise the streets so S so it's a really fun activity over there, And there's also again pandemic permitting. There will be some like a mud bog and some fun activities to do. They're a swell on Saturday. Well, a lot of your events do start out with that to trip across the Mackinaw Bridge, and that's a cool thing any time. It's just such a beautiful view, and I Especially like driving north. There's something about that view of both Mackinac Island to the right and then you see ST Ignace coming up. It's just awesomely beautiful crossing that bridge. If that's all you did, that would be cool. But this mech To the Jeep to Mac event is unique because you're in effect. You're inviting four wheeler. Just not just jeeps, or is it this one is just jeeps exclusively Jeeps. If you're a G boner, that's what you want to do. Buy brand Right. The model doesn't matter. It could be a Wrangler or whatever you have, but it does have to be a jeep. Interesting. So so how many people have participated in this in the past? How many vehicles We usually have between six and 700, which is pretty great. That's actually more than what we get for. A lot of even the car show sometimes doesn't have that many entrance, so it's weirdly one of our most popular events, and it's a great way to kick off the summer. Jeep. Owners are passionate about the brand it typically and they like to show it off. Now the route once you do the bridge crossing the route from ST Ignace to Drummond Island, and we should explain this is not a race. Are you? Are you going through, like two tracks? Are you on the main roads? What's the route you take? We just take the main road out to Drummond Island, but it does have really you're right along the lake there for most of it, And then, of course, you go across it to get to the island. So it's a really beautiful drive any time of year. Really, even just as a cruise, But, um, you know, on this weekend, it's just a Means to the trail riding that you get to on the other end. Well, there's a little fairy that gets you from the mainland over to Drummond Island, and it's gonna take a while to get everybody across. So people don't start it One time. Everybody kind of starts out when they want, like after that bridge crossing Do they kind of take turns? How does that work? So the fairy pass is good for the whole weekend. So if you'd like to go on Friday, right after the bridge crossing or first thing Saturday morning, you can go any time that you like, and they do have both boats running at the same time, and they really pack the jeeps in there. It's It's crazy to me how many making fit but Yes. So there's no organized. Time to go to Drummond. You just go..
Jeep Super Bowl Ad Back After Springsteen's DUI Charges Dropped
"Cheap is bringing back its Bruce Springsteen Super Bowl ad after drunk driving charges against the boss were dropped earlier this week. Sheep had pulled. The ad, which premiered during the Super Bowl after news surfaced of Springsteen's arrest on D W Y charges last November, But this week, two of those charges were dropped was Springsteen pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of drinking alcohol in a
Fresh update on "jeep" discussed on WMAL Programming
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"jeep" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"From maybe thinking a little more critically. I mean like new things you know. A lot of these like new things. New things are always uncomfortable right and it's much easier to kind of ignore things and just feel comfortable right. I i wish i could we. Sometimes i wish i could just like disengaging everything and just you know live like a regular person because you know i assume assume a similar to you. How were you like so in tuned with all current events and all the news and it can be overwhelming and depressing. And it'd be nice if you could just you know fuck off into the forest and gardening and brunch just not have to look like not have to look at this stuff just like be completely isolated rights. A- part of that is attractive. But that's only possible if you come from a place of privilege because if you if you aren't privileged you can't do that bro. Role it should be people's obligation to learn about these new things and learn about these other solutions even if they seem uncomfortable because you have the ability to ignore them but a lot of other people don't because it's their everyday life. Yeah let's move on real quick to a story about words actually mattering because first of all. That's something that we were talking about. I think on yesterday's episode that You know the connection between the word kung flu being used by a a donald trump a year ago and the current rash of lake hate crimes against elderly asian american people There's a people are pushing back specifically The cherokee nation principal chief Chuck hoskin juniors pushing back on jeep to retire. Their cherokee line of suv's for what should be obvious reasons The original jeep cherokee was introduced in nineteen seventy four. So it's not like it. Hails from turn of the century agar wagon times. Face is is my parents rate That's crazy but sh- parents yeah man. We're cool grandparents. But so jeep jeep issued a statement. About how their vehicle names have been carefully chosen and nurtured over the years to honor and celebrate native american people for their nobility prowess in pride. But they're open to having a dialogue with hoskin which i'm sure would be in no way you know demoralizing and Sold draining they. But so j m Our writer pointed out. The jeep already retired the cherokee branding And then brought back in two thousand and two. They were like okay. This is a bad look in two thousand two and the name to that was the year i was born. Is there really yes. So i'm a baby away. But in two thousand two they changed the name to the jeep liberty but then in twenty fourteen they went back to cherokee. I didn't know this. And that's wild. Yes so like the reason. They're statement is we want to be politically correct. And we don't want to offend anybody. However we're really opposed to stereotypes. But if you have a name that offends nobody then you end up with a forgettable. Brand is what. Jesus christ which they are first of all the name. Liberty lake pretty still cringing still zero bed. It's it's like they're they're blaming the us for the fact that they came up with a name that sounds like they were trying to rename french fries during the iraq war. Like and it just like. They're like well that wasn't successful. therefore we have to go back to a explicitly racist name. Fuck there so i mean whatever they again. This is this. This is what america looks like now as as like most americans are you know are a little more informed than they were like from the maybe seventies consumer base rate Oh gosh like we gotta get rid of all the sports teams so many cars and there's like but then the thinking with these people that are behind them like what do you mean to do. The non-racist thing did sell right exactly. They their decision to go back to the cherokee after the liberty failed was based on a focus group testing. So it's that whole yeah like you said it's yeah that doesn't surprise me that they doubt that its action. That's action shocking. They also used to sell a comanche and unsubtly a comanche. Eliminator oh my god with ads featuring white people dressed like cowboys. Jesus christ and there's a like broad history of this in cars. Pontiac is named after a real life auto chief Sold their cars using ads. Featuring tiny feathered cartoon indian braves in quotes that was their words working the cylinder in the engine like miniature slaves making faster. Yeah so that's so much worse they thought. Wow yeah that is this fucking image. Is i mean you know. But that's this is the same shape as like any kind of you know. Black face like sambo type imagery of just straight up like look at these little colored people working their butts off for us to make life easy. Aunt jemima pancakes syrup right. It's like the same shit. Yeah and we just got rid of antrim. What are they going to call. So we're gonna end. They're going to keep calling it. No no no no. No no not unless i mean not less gang. Get something done there. This podcast number two hundred fifty on the charts. You can't even find us on the charts in the news category. We got this. Y'all got it yeah. I don't i mean what fa. Yeah you'd hope at the very least right. They could just make a begin to make amends like you know what. Here's seventy billion dollars. Yeah that's what i like. If you're gonna use it like with the nineties not to say that you can continue to write but that would be a first step to people being like you'll fuck all y'all forever. You know what. I mean right. I mean not to say that we weren't looking at this same brand over and over and over again but but the looking at it over and over and over again and it being made to seem normal and acceptable is the problem right and implicates us in there. You know in that by like what you just said that thought process is like how this shit works like why it's so toxic is like it's like well you guys are cool with so Right oh be more soon. Nothing oh now you wanna make okay. I woke warriors. Suddenly right right. yeah. I mean that's it that's the that's the hardest shit even like when you look at like in like real estate. Try and people's to be like you'll can't say master bedroom right. I mean say primary ram you gotta get rid of this master slave you know fucking binary or relationship even like. Oh the master bedroom. you know. it's just a lot of it's funny too because there's a lot of people who will have.
Cherokee Nation chief tells Jeep to rename its SUVs
"This is gonna be a big story nationally but also locally the principal chief of the cherokee nation has asked jeep to stop using the tribes names on all of its the deep grand cherokee sells like crazy. I think it's actually gps bestselling model. If i'm not mistaken but the company has sold suv's under the cherokee brand name for about forty five years. Now here is that t- talking about this today in two hundred. Twenty one of the action. I saying categorically that i think is wrong to use our name who peddle a response to this. Jeep said it's vehicle names have been carefully chosen and nurtured over the years to honor and celebrate native american people for their nobility prowess in pride gps. That is now more than ever committed to a respectable and open dialogue. But the chief said he couldn't really see any sort of rain underwood's it would be acceptable for deep to continue using his tribes name on its vehicles for most people tribes don't seem real In terms of the they're experiencing something in history and naming something after something in history probably doesn't feel too bad particularly if it engenders some strong positive emotions. But i think in this year two thousand twenty one we ought to be talking about the fact that tribes are still here were vibrant. We do a great deal for people in our communities and our names means something and they've been here a lot longer than the jeep company and other corporations that have seized are named for profit. Is there some way to keep could use that name that you'd be fine with it whether it's the way that they could use the name that i would be fine with it. It certainly doesn't honor by using that name and and it will surely never intended to.
Cherokee Nation chief tells Jeep to rename its SUVs
"So the jeep grand cherokee is the brand's bestselling model and has been for like forty five years have one however the principal chief of the cherokee nation has now asked jeep to stop using the tribes in name on their. Suv's saying i think we're in a day and age where this country just just. The corporations team sports and others retire the use of native american names and their images mascots and products jeep has said our vehicle names have all been carefully chosen and nurtured over the years to honor and celebrate native american people for their nobility prowess and pride or more than ever committed to a respectful and dialogue however the chief did say that he can't see any sort of arrangement under which it would be acceptable to him for jeep to continue using cherokee as the name of one of their vehicles.
Seattle home prices rise 13.6% in 2020, second highest in US
"One of the hottest real estate markets in the country. We based out on the brand new S and P Corelogic Case Shiller home Price Index Just out this morning. Nationally, year over year home prices are up about 10% in Seattle. They're up 13.6%. The only market hotter is Phoenix. Where home prices year over year are up. 14.4% Jeep is being urged
"jeep" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast
"Rav i saw this. And i laughed about it. Well jeep has been using the name cherokee for some of its vehicle since the nineteen seventies and now the cherokee nation is asking the car company to stop a okay. The cherokee nation check where we're talking about a particular person or tribe organization. No this is not the whole tribe of the oklahoma base tribe. It's the it's the the officials in charge game. Check hosking junior as chief of the oklahoma base tribe. Okay but he doesn't speak for all cherokees. And i'll tell you why i'm saying that in a minute he said. I'm sure this comes a place that's well intended but does not honor us by having our name plastered on the side of a car. Okay and and that's a. That's a reasonable opinion. But it's just one guy i started. I started getting curious. So i guess jeep is going to change that well for jeep has not commented okay but says the name cherokee was chosen carefully and has been nurtured over the years to honor and celebrate native american people for the nobility progress in pride. See i was just going to say. I wonder if anybody's ever asked you know people who who are cherokees or descendants of cherokee and actually somebody has looked it up there was a blog hosted by by the watch who asked their their indian or native american readers but they think about renaming sports teams. That was before this whole cherokee thing. That just came up yesterday. But and to hear a couple of responses my grandmother was a full blooded cherokee indian. I have no problem whatsoever with the use of native american logos. None at all. Here's another as a member of the ottawa. Tribe of oklahoma generally don't have any qualms with teams using native american imagery. The only thing i see is offensive as the redskins just because of the racial epitaph that's associated with about the names of counties. I know in new york. State upstate new york. All of all of oklahoma's got indian. Right i mean in upstate. New york onondaga. County the indian. I mean does that mean. We're going to start changing everything just we have to. Here's another one. I am cherokee descent by and large have no misgivings regarding the use of native american namesake's imagery in sports with the exception of the redskins. So i mean. I don't i don't i think it's honorable to that. Jeep wants to name a car after the charite law. And i don't think that's bad on one hand we're telling people to be proud of their heritage and then we're wiping all reference to it off the face of the of the country right now. I think you'd have to wipe out at about every county in upstate. New york oneida county and it goes on and on and on what i really wonder. Why is who are. Who's making these proclamations. I don't think that the The the tribal leader of the cherokee nation that you quoted a couple of minutes ago. I think it probably wouldn't even come to mind for him if If why is he is has been around since the seventies not been a problem before. I don't and look it's not a problem for me. I'm not a turkey. But i do honor the but i to see a problem with a racing histories. Yes right so i say. It's the scouring of america the cancelling of cultures. Not just. we're not always proud of our history. Certainly but don't erase it. Because emily forget you know texas Texas tribes gotta be next. The comanche were eventually the comanche is they. They were the most vicious comanche. Power station they were. They were the most vicious tribe in the country. One hundred two hundred years ago. They were ruthless But the white man finally wiped them out and now we're probably getting ready to wipe out their history and their culture. I just did a google. Search on comanche comanche electric cooperative. That has to be changed now. The comanche peak nuclear power plant would have to be chained right right. Sure the comanche generating station. Somebody's going to have to propose a federal law in congress that will pay for the changing of everything because there's a lot of money involved in changing names of things in places and people a lot of involved in that it's like. How far do we go changing names..
Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen launch podcast
"Van camp just throws something throws off your rhythm. You think you're about to talk about that cruise and know there's a podcast being launched? Mm hmm. Yeah, it's Spotify, and I don't even know what it is yet. But I'm already modify has announced that there is a new podcast being put together. It's called renegades Born in the USA. Featuring Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen in conversation on issues ranging from politics in the state of American of fatherhood, marriage and manhood. What's up, boy? Are they covering? Do you eyes in that at all? Just curious. I'm not trying to hate. I'm just curious. You ever get hammered and drive a Jeep Brock? I don't know what I'd rather Listen to less. The podcaster Bruce Springsteen. Loyal boy. I'd say the podcast I could find some Springsteen tunes I like. Yeah, I do, too. I don't want to hear him. You know you happen. He's done plenty of that in the last four or five years. Yeah, you know to me, like got exposed. In a way, like Trump broken. He was
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Duchess of Sussex expecting 2nd child, a sibling for Archie
"Commentators say they'll be much excitement from the royal family and others following the announcement Harry and Meghan the jeep and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their second child royal expert I'm governor of Edinburgh council Alastair Bruce says the queen was always seen her family as her greatest pleasure she loves her children grandchildren and great grandchildren and that growing clan that she has been the matriarch for remain side is always the source of how gracious pleasure royal commentator Victoria Murphy says interest in the couple's baby news has peaked again whenever at the Sussex says that he would do anything particularly about that family you'll that personal circumstances there is a huge amount of attention and we've seen an absolute explosion of attention Murphy though points out a difference this royal baby may not see some of his or her family members for several months due to the distance and the pandemic Charles the last month London
Ford's New Rocket League Sponsorship is Perfect
"Besides the racing games which are a natural fit for car brands. There's one sport that made such a natural Fit For A brand sponsorship. I can't believe it took so long. It took it League yesterday Ford announced they're putting the Ford F-150 into the game. It's the first time a consumer-facing vehicle has been added to the game. So consumer-facing a key part of that. What does that mean rocket league has brought in a ton of different cars from media Universe has many of which are tied to actual Brands. You know, the Batmobile doesn't have a brand behind in the Dodge Charger is in game. So is Nissan's are thirty-four and so it's a Jeep, but the first two of those cars were tied to Fast and Furious DLC pack and they're based on old school cars for the charger it wage. 1968 and 1970 and the Nissan was based on the car from 1999 used by Brian O'Connor. The jeep was from Jurassic Park. So it's not like you can just buy these cars at a lot down. There was one other car that wasn't tied to a media franchise in rocket League's history. And that car is the McLaren starting at two hundred grand though. The McLaren is not a consumer car because it's a Subaru targeted at high-end customers. I'd wager to say maybe five people who play rocket League can afford a McLaren. Maybe that's generous Ford's F-150 is clearly different. The Ford F-series is the best selling Truck Series in North America nearly a million truck sold in 2019 when it comes to marketing you Market a Ford F series truck a lot differently than a new market a McLaren which is why it's fair to say. This is the first consumer-facing car that's existed in rocket League. What I think is really cool about the sponsorship. It says made up of a bunch of different parts first off the car inches the game great start it'll be available for purchase from February 22nd to the 28th. Then forward will also be a sponge for the upcoming rlcs winter major at the end of February that we taking over the in-game Billboards, which I still believe are a massive white space for sponsors Ford is also releasing a new ad around this partnership with the coolest part of that ad is that will be voiced by Bryan Cranston, you know the star of Breaking Bad also the dad from Malcolm in the Middle. Shout out to help crested also did for Superbowl at this year just to give you an idea about how much Ford is investing in the sponsorship and there's a final piece of a too which is also really cool Ford is hosting a freestyle competition people unfamiliar with rocket League freestyling is when you send your car turning like crazy to overcomplicate a goal in search of a sick clip, it's really popular on YouTube. It's doing tricks like flip resets double Taps Turtles and any other way to make a gold look really cool for it'll be inviting 8 freestyle rap. Our competition and the winner will receive an actual Ford F-150. Those are the kinds of small details that really make a brand sponsorship in Esports stand out to me. It shows an underscore the audience and the content that works with this audience as well. I really think this is the car sponsorship the rocket league has been raped for four years with the increased Esports investment from Brands like Toyota Honda BMW Mercedes and plenty more. I really can't believe it took this long, but good on Ford for finally making it
Jeep pulls ad featuring Springsteen after learning of his arrest
"And Bruce Springsteen Super Bowl ad Virgie being pulled from the company's YouTube page. Move comes after it was revealed that the New Jersey icon was arrested for D W y back in November. Springsteen also cited for reckless driving and consuming alcohol in a closed area, November 14th at Gateway National Recreation Area and Sandy Hook, New Jersey Jeeps. YouTube page now reads video unavailable.
Jeep pulls ad featuring Springsteen after learning of his arrest
"Two minute commercial. Springsteen, starting for Jeep is being pulled from the company's YouTube page. This what connects us We need that connection. The move comes after it was revealed. The New Jersey icon was arrested for D W Y. Back in November, Springsteen was cited for dwt, reckless driving and consuming alcohol. In a closed area on November 14th, a gateway National recreation area in Sandy Hook, jeeps. YouTube page now reads unavailable and there's hope. On the
Bruce Springsteen was arrested on drunken-driving charges in November in NJ
"Bruce Springsteen is facing a drunken driving charge in New Jersey, prompting Jeep to put a pause on the Super Bowl ad that features him. Spokesperson for the National Park Service confirms Springsteen was arrested November 14th in the Gateway National Recreation Area, Sandy Hook now The New York Post is reporting. Springsteen was riding his motorcycle. When he pulled over to take photos with some fans, And then one of the fans offered him a shot of tequila, which he took a park Ranger saw it all happen. And as soon as we started to pull away, he was
Jeep pulls ad featuring Springsteen after learning of his arrest
"Hitting the bottle and getting behind the wheel. Springsteen facing a drunk driving charge after he was arrested back in November. In New Jersey. Springsteen just performed on the night of President Biden's inauguration and appeared in a Super Bowl ad. But Jeep now says they're suspending the commercial until the actual facts can be established. Coming up in money news
Springsteen charged with drunken driving; Jeep ad on pause
"An iconic rock star is facing the delight charging his native New Jersey the incident took place November fourteenth of the National Park Service says the boss was stopped and cited for driving under the influence reckless driving and consuming alcohol in a closed area and that means jeep has decided to hit the brakes on the Super Bowl TV commercial that featured him this past Sunday that ad showed Springsteen in a jeep in a spot that urge people to find common ground that was one of two high profile appearances with Springsteen lately he performed at Joe Biden's inauguration Washington on January twentieth I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Jeep pulls ad featuring Bruce Springsteen after learning of his DWI arrest
"Bruce Springsteen, facing a drunk driving charge after he was arrested back in November, just came to light recently, 71 year old was stopped in a recreational area in New Jersey, just south of New York. Springsteen just performed on the night of President Biden's inauguration last month, and he also appeared in a Super Bowl ad. But Jeep now says they're suspending that commercial until all Facts can be established. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced its 2021 nominees so which
Springsteen charged with drunken driving; Jeep ad on pause
"Is being pulled from the company's YouTube page. The move comes after it was revealed. The New Jersey icon, was arrested for D W Y. Back in November, Springsteen was cited for DW reckless driving, assuming alcohol in a closed area on November 14th. Gateway National Recreation Area in Sandy Hook. Next up, We check out the
2021 Super Bowl Ad Review
"Like there's two ads. I've really want to get everyone starts on I think they're the most polarizing we'll certainly talk about our picks for the best. Although i will say this year it was not exactly like a plus plus it was like you know pretty good lead like the the best ones were all pretty good And none of them were were tremendous home runs But that's the two that were kind of late editions. we already talked about only in passing But then also the two minute. Gps dot with bruce springsteen. Let's start with that nicole. I think we all know what what they were. Attempting you know like cheap wanted this rousing halftime in america type ram farmer. Type spot fill. It really fell flat. I actually kinda surprised that they released that one early because it was a two minute long spot. I thought at least it would be a two minute surprise So that was a little shocking to me. But yeah then when i saw it i was like oh man two minutes okay. Let's get cozy. Let's see what this is going to be like. Am i going to be laughing like last year. Because last year was such a pleasant like fun. Add to watch and this one. I just kinda felt like. Oh they're going like the safe route they're going like the middle of the road route. They're going to do the call for unity and also like to me. I as a consumer from the consumer perspective. I didn't love that. Because i feel like if i want to see a brand lean into its purpose i wanna see them. Take a side not do the middle of the road thing. I know that that's where a lot of Like i guess politics wise lot of people doing calls for unity but it still felt like a little too early for the brands to start doing the calls for unity. Like i'm still waiting for purpose from brands rather than middle of the road right now. I guess my question would be in. Jameson a. You and i talked about this many times. But i can't think of a brand that has ever succeeded by being like can't we all. Can we just come together. They learn anything from gap putting up that tweet that it was like a hoodie that had like read into on it and it's like a collie unity shoot rented after election day. Jeep is like we're going to spend twenty million dollars gap bruce springsteen in here and do the same exact thing in front of a hundred million and hope it works. I mean it was a touching message that i felt ill timed and i saw one tweet from at its kenya summit. A perfectly like what they displayed in that ad fundamentally goes against lead. Diversity inclusion is in america right now. And i think right just did didn't didn't showcase what america is today showcase a unity of one america used today. And you know what. I would have actually appreciated if they just re-run last year's groundhog day ad and donated that money to a cause that actually supports you know unifying missions I think that would have been funny and understandable and Yeah that that really fell flat a lot of the ads this year. Celebrities team to kind of try to force things like the cuts. The storylines is just we. I felt like the in this kind of i guess my last real thought on jeep is just the it's the kind of add that cmo's and and if i'm just being honest here because it's late i'm tired League basically wealthy white folks and and and just affluent people in general kind of ivory tower folks are gonna be like what a brave message like wouldn't important message. I'm so glad they used their storytelling to do this. You know what i mean. And and that's but to everyone else on the ground like who who has survived this past four years and knows how much farther we still have to go. It's just like oh there's a small church in kansas. That's that leaves their doors open. Okay cool then. Never mind like we're all good and you know it's just anyway. That's that's my. But i i also wanna make sure we say plenty of time talking about oatley because who wants to start us off one. No we haven't gotten to talk realism curious. I loved story. edited the story By katie lindstrom and No they wanted to go with something else in there. Trying to come up with With all these eight years and ended up like the ceo was kind of forced into the spot because he was like well. I guess i have a better idea. And he brought back an idea that he had and it was just him trying to come up with a jingle and From i saw you know it. It definitely caused a stir In terms of using a simple melody and a simple backdrop and like a shaky table with you know that lovely oatmeal gone. They're really worried about that class. Like nobody take this down from production. Okay we're going to go with it. But i thought it was so so on brand you know it. It was not expected and A little endearing. And you know i am. I am a consumer of that brand. And you know they. They also laid that message with you. Know the mission of. Let's also be sustainable and talk about. Let's let's take a quick pause to listen to the song for anyone who might have missed it in all of its glory It reminds me of like kind of like nineties weirdo alternative Kind of punk music. I don't know there's this weird vein of like intentionally bad dead dead milkman. style was. let's give it a listen made for you. Who moves like male but made for you. Well no no no no bill nicole. What did you think of the okay. So here's the thing. I actually when i was first watching it. I thought to myself like oh. That's actually kind of cute. I don't hate this. And then everyone i was in the room with just got quiet and they all just started like laughing at the same time. They're like oh. This is terrible terrible. We hate this. We all hate this. So i actually think that i'm one of the few. Maybe i'm i'm the right consumer here or something. I like the brand also personally but yeah. I didn't hate it right away. I get the cornyn est. And i get that like i don't know maybe maybe now that i've listened to not while i'm also editing and distracted by other things i get it but i listen. I was kind of like oh cute. Okay i have to say. Maybe one of my favorite advertising tweets of all time. And i won't name him because he's a great dude and Good on him for his transparency but so someone tweeted that oatley dropped the ball and then a few minutes later shared his own. Tweeden's i've been informed that my agency created the and and so it's actually fantastic
New Jersey native Bruce Springsteen urges Americans to unite in Jeep Super Bowl commercial
"I guess like another one. That was interesting to me. In in this respect was in the respect of the issues that we're talking about was the bruce springsteen ad did did i mean. Did that speak to you at all or was that like an interest was a tough one. That was a tough. It really was wasn't it. The tough one could so the notion is that. He's he's from. The mid point of the united states like the geographical center of the rental united states from new jersey. Now here's he was. He was there in the commercial right. Well i mean the point. There's a meta. There's a meta setup right. Which is bruce springsteen doesn't do commercials never has and that like this. This is new this commercial numerous for the boss you know and that light. It's an italian car company. Mean yeah i suppose now it is but it's cheap for an american brand owned by i mean. But they're they're like he didn't pitch a product in the thing like and it was like the last thing was like brought to you by jeep. That was the that was the thing like he. You know he wouldn't actually endorse a product I guess some gps appeared in the ad but they were particularly focused on. You know they weren't do. Yeah exactly if they weren't new then. I didn't notice it wasn't like the new jeep wagoneer right like it wasn't anything that they were sort of dusty because they were out in the roads of but like there was no. There was no one else that was the thing it was. It was a thing about like comedy of man you know the thing about sort of fellowship and like brother and sisterhood You know treating your neighbor like a neighbor and not like an enemy The like an end to the you know an end to these troubled divided times In in all the scare quotes But like no one knows appeared in it was very it was very weird and the landscapes in it were were very beautiful and very beautifully photographed. But we're desolate like And i guess we're sort of pegged to some of the copy which was like we will make it through the desert which was like a really like you know wander forty years in the in the desert right like guy kind of narrative we will make it through the we will make it to the promised land but like the the. The america that it showed was like very Forboding kind of unwelcoming seem kind of unwelcoming or or hostile to to being to being lived in
"jeep" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"Sounds like bantam. Cut a little bit of a consolation. Prize van was able to build trailers for the war. What happened was willis won. The contract ban was basically frozen out and this is another one of the stories. I love by tober november of nineteen. Forty one this is not documented in the book. But it's talked about a little bit in the epilogue the army realizes we're gonna even more of these than willis can build. Also they were worried about sabotage and other things and bombings which never happened. But there was actually sabotage and world war one at a new jersey manufacturing. Plant speaking of your esoteric mystery robert so that was still in their minds. So they said we're gonna need a second supplier this. So they go to willis and say you know what willis we think ford should build these and they should build your model because we wanna stay standard under license. How do you think of that. And shockingly willis said you know that. Sounds like a good idea to us like a godfather offer. You know we're gonna make you refuse. So that's how ford was able to get in on the building for the war and ford renamed their general purpose. Gp w general purpose willis and they built like i think it was two hundred seventy seven thousand but i just love that story. That is really amazing. Is ford holders. The general purpose the gp where the name cheap come from. I don't think anybody can ever really no. There's theories eugene the jeep their series. It was from gp from general purpose. But what i found out later on was in the inter war years the people would call a lot of different vehicles that would come into the depth. Does gps new vehicles experimental vehicles for. I don't know why whatever reason my best theory is. We documented this for the core case. They spent a lot of time. This was during the war just a few years after everything happened trying to find out where the jeep name came from and all they could clued was we don't really know because there's conflicts and stories but that they probably started call these things jeep originally. They were calling them. The banham the willis the ford. They were known as a quarter ton. Four by four truck. They probably start calling them. Gps in the fall and winter of nineteen forty and then in the nineteen forty one and the name just stock to the quarter tons as they call them even though they never really wait a quarter ton that's how they became known as cheap. That's our best guess at. They couldn't figure out with all these people they pose for the court case. Exactly where it came from. I can live with that. But that's the best that we have at this point. It's sort of like the argument about where did oncle sam come from. Where did that name come from an call. The old guy with a top hat veered uncle sam. These are one of the great mysteries paul. We have to take a quick break. But we'll be back in just a moment a moment of your time. A new podcast from kirk commedia currently twenty one years old and today like magic from her fingertips down to the yourself because the world needs you and asked about me was ready to spit on my drinks. Seniors facing feel like your purpose in your worth is really being. Stopped me from pierre. She buys walkie-talkies wanders to whom she should give the second humans. We never did. We never will. We just find one rock climbing is you can only focus on what's right and so are american life begins. We may need to stay apart but let's create together available on all podcast platforms. Submit your piece that kirk dot com slash moment of your time. We're back with paul bruno your book touches on this very critical point in the of this vehicle. But can you help our listeners. Understand what happened after the war. Where did the jeep go from there. And how did it eventually become a jeep with the jeep name on the front so it happened at the end of the war. Ford said you know what. We don't wanna building more gps. So they just stopped willis wanted to carry on the jeep and they did and they tried to sell gps after the war with varying success. And what's happened. The jeep brand and this is in the epilogue of the book. It seems like every ten years it's been bought by a new company around the mid fifties. Kaiser bought out willis in the early sixties. They changed the name from willis cheap to kaiser jeep. So the willis name went out. I think it was around. Nineteen seventy american motors corporation famous. As the two of us older people would know for the pacer. Put a little more glass in the pacer and by the way we got a gremlin out of the deal too so there was a whole lot of crap. There is like america. Motors owned a cheap. Are you kidding me. So then chrysler decided the by the jeep brand from american motors when they ran into trouble in the late eighties. I think boys the smartest thing that company ever did. Because that's the only thing keeping him afloat today exactly ten years later. Daimler chrysler two thousand seven eight chrysler. Daimler has some issues they turn into. Fca and then schedule ten years later. Fca merges with peugeot. The key to me for the story though. Is you look at the first three gps on the cover of the book and in my opinion the dna of all the gps ever built. When i even see one on the road today go back to those first. Three in those hands on individuals. At banham at willis at ford that put that ruggedness put that exceptionalism put that versatility into the jeep dna. And that's what's carried out through all the corporate changes all the other changes. They were really the first some people say. Suv was four wheel drive which was very revolutionary at the time right. There's a lotta stuff in the book. Literally detail how. They develop the axles from a company called spicer manufacturing which was incidentally in toledo along with willis. That became what we now know. Is the dana rear in. So that's to me is the real legacy is how well these were built. That eighty years later. You still see them on the road still being built new but more importantly the vehicle lasted forty years and service almost fifty years till the late eighties and military equipment goes obsolete very quickly. Have a fifty year service life. That jeep was so well built and did what it was supposed to do. So well which you mentioned earlier is a real testament to all the people in early jeep history. And it's a real privilege to me very humbling to tell their story. They wanted to do a little research and looked up something that the greatest journalists the war correspondent ernie pyle who's actually killed in action. But he was the greatest. American war correspondent by far he wrote at the time good lord. I don't think we could continue the war without the jeep. It does everything now. I have to give credit a friend of mine steve. He found this book day through. The german is and in the book and we put this as the ending to our book original gps. This soldier said when we saw the allies come on shore completely mechanized and that was very much due to the jeep. And we the vaunt. The german vermont was still using horses and had veterinarians. We knew we were facing a mighty opponent and that's just another one of those testaments to what the jeep meant to warfare in world war two and modern warfare that we ended the book on that. And you probably can't make a better movie either. I'm telling you man you've got to get.
"jeep" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"This afternoon, which develops Jerry we have great guest with us. Paul Bruno. award-winning author. He's written a couple of books. He's written a couple of books about. The Probably, the most iconic piece of American military equipment ever, which is the army's jeep while the military jeep, not just the army His first book was the first jeep in two thousand fourteen and he came up with a new one the original GPS to build America's first GPS it's now available on Amazon Dot Com. So we're GONNA talk to Paul about his books. We're going to talk to him about the GPS which if you're a fan of military history, you're going to enjoy this and you should check out the book as well. So without any further Ado Paul welcome to suffer radio and thanks for taking the time this afternoon. Glad to be here. Thanks for having me. Yes and You know when when I got the email about this, I was like Oh man 'cause I just read something not too long ago In relationship to the jeep and somebody had written an article in one of those military magazines and it just caught my eyes started reading it and they were saying if it wasn't a war to it might have never been built. And Ended up. I mean it's Lasted what? Eighty years now, and it's now part of American consumers. I mean everybody has GPS. Now we have one in our front yard as a matter of fact. So you know the jeep is A. A TRUE ICONIC vehicle has passed the test the time. All that is absolutely correct. Now, that's one of the reasons we came out with the updated book. was to celebrate the eightieth anniversary of the creation of the first three Jeeves, which are on the cover of the book They were all built and delivered to the army in nineteen forty and may be alert a little bit about the DNA of that jeep sitting in your driveway. Jeep. From these first three. Yeah it's amazing because You know when you read about it, it's it's because like you said it's out in the driveway you consider it a more modern vehicle. But when you go back to the original, the army was trying to replace the meal. As a you know. Former transport and that tells you how far back we we've come. So quickly I mean we replacing mules with the jeep and I remember reading something along time ago. General. Dwight Eisenhower. Said after World War Two, the Dakota, which was the transport aircraft, the landing craft that. You know you see the guy's going ashore like indeed in the Marine Corps in their amphibious landing in the jeep were the three biggest things that one world war two for us. He definitely said that in general Marshall, the chief of staff also credited the jeep as like America's greatest contribution to modern warfare. So it's amazing vehicle and testament to those who built the first three that eight years later still still there and an it's still here and still performing exceptionally well for what it does. It's great stuff. What possessed you. To originally start researching this because I I read somewhere that you spent over twenty years researching the GPS in their history. That is true. My journey with a early jeep pastry and that's my niche. I'm early history once in the first couple of years nineteen, forty, forty, one and. Many. Many people excellent people have documented the jeep after the war started Drew me into the story originally was back in nineteen ninety nine believe it or not. I was leading the exciting life that I do watching the history channel. And they had the big rigs of combat jeeps and they did this teaser before commercial break that said. The first jeep was created by backup car company in Butler Pennsylvania in the incredibly short time of forty nine days and I was beginning to write screenplays at the time and I said that's just sounds like a screenplay. And as I began the research bantams journey I came to find out just how amazing their story was they were bankrupt they had no resources They were given this incredibly short timeframe of forty nine days and they delivered the vehicle and exactly a half an hour to spare on the forty nine day and I'm like you can't make this stuff up. So it really fit the scrape play form and I worked for many years to have that happen it didn't happen but then that just as I kept researching the story and researching the story and then decided the write the books came and diva more. Information came even more amazing of how the original. GPS. The first three came about. So that's was the genesis for me was just this is you can't make this stuff up and we'll probably get into more than as the interview coast. Odd. But that's just the beginning of it. You know. It just then it's amazing. I mean you when you think about it, this went from a concept to them putting something put together for the military to look at it in forty nine days. I don't think you could do that today. Well. They didn't think they could do back then because the betting odds against Banham actually achieving that were five to one in Detroit, 'cause a small. It's still a small world subsets, but the automotive world was pretty small back in days. So people knew what was going on. So they were taking five odds even before Vegas was Vegas. Vegas was just A. Blip in desert back then in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty. That's absolutely true. So. What's your background? I? Mean I know you grew up in northeast. And Northeast and my background is I have. A bachelor's degree, a management and a masters degree in marketing and another bachelor's degree in. Computer software and then I went and got an MA in history. So I kind of have a background both in business management in history always been a big history buff since I was a young person and so what I did is I combined and I worked at Information Technology for about twenty five years still Kinda do and I was a project manager for a good portion of that. Journey. So the first book I wrote from a project management perspective and cold it project management in history the first GPS. Then, what happened is when I? Came up with the idea you know we got our try to honor the eightieth anniversary, and what we decided to do is go to my history side, really create a history book and then extended to include the the other two pilot models as I. mentioned the the Willis Quad before pygmy. In the book and extend the book out from when we ended the first book in October of Nineteen Forty. Through. Early nineteen forty, one February march uneven even up into may of forty one with some information we put in how a Willis? Evolve the. Quad. into the Willis. So kind of honor again. So it's much more Historic History Book. Has a wider audience probably because we included Willison Ford in it long with the Bannon B.. R. C. and that's kind of. The short version of my background and how the two books came about. Awesome. Now you know you you obviously get interested in this. He started you know. Putting, some stuff together. Talk to our listeners a little bit about how this all came about in like background..
"jeep" Discussed on Snacks Daily
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"jeep" Discussed on Snacks Daily
"Sheep is the latest company cashing in on nostalgia very high price knackers. We're talking the two thousand and twenty two jeep grand wagoneer a remake of the iconic wood-paneled wagon on wheels. Full disclosure smackers. My family had a wagoneer and one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, eight, jeep grand wagoneer in the year two, thousand, eight, the only car that incorporates timber disclosures, knackers I won't saw them fit in entire platoon of Jack. Kramer's family in this thing. Three in the front three in the middle three in the back it was like an Amtrak warning when would wagon full of Kramer's is coming get out of the way created in one, thousand, sixty, three it had an unchanged style until the last production in nineteen ninety-one, it's back now but outside of the jeep cj seven in the jeep wrangler, this is the most recognizable jeep you can google if. You still can't picture what we're describing. The new one doesn't have the hallmark like wood panels on the doors, but instead it's substituted in insane luxury nick. This thing goes up to one hundred, thousand dollars a jeep for one hundred, thousand dollars average car price Jack where we clock in these a third of that doesn't run gas caviar. We're calling this thing the latest luxury ride for weekend warrior and. That's because you got two parents up in the front but then you've got five kids in the back each with their own TV that is not a Typo. There are seven ten inch screens in this jeep. Grand wagoneer feels like time square he got Francesca Casting Netflix's on the left side Finley's binging on Hbo Max on the right side of the car each family member can be completely disconnected from..
"jeep" Discussed on CarCast
"All right. So We are Digging into some car news today and of course. The timing doesn't always work out as far as able to record these shows. So we're in the studio today and I think tomorrow is going to be some of the the jeep announcement. So look for that on social media grand wagon near we teased this last week, the grand wagon is going to be there large. Luxury. SUV. And Compete. With Cadillac escalade jeep now or a Lincoln navigator. and. It's. It's GONNA be hasn't been around for a while wagoner name is still good. I think it'll be interesting to see that they've only teased a little bit but. From what I understand it's meant to be. Competitive with those American luxury vehicles you know. I don't know what are they paying? It's the oldest. You know. I think they are a little little bit of course with the name I. Think you're GonNa see something with the grill. The stylings going to look like the only teasers they've shown just like. I don't know like a piece of the Interior. You know like an AC doctor something and then Ruben can't really you can't really do that and then. Just a big panoramic glass roof they're going to have in the top sort of. Full length lash roof option I'm sure there. Is More advertisement that gets people wandering you know, and is it enough to get people excited about it i? I'm looking forward to I definitely love to see what it is like over here we've been doing quite a few road shipped road ships road trips. Monterey the race track and stuff, and we've been saying for a while now hey, you know grabbing the big SUV is the great road trip vehicle right because you could. If, you get the three row we went up in Adams infinity his. Eighty which is a big three row SUV. We did the Lincoln navigator for a couple of years in a row. Roles yeah. We did the the Big Rolls Royce Ghost and the man, and you know the thing about the big three row is. You load up your cooler. You know either Chris comes with this or sunny comes with us are both you fold down the third row seat you load up all your gear you hit the road then you get your hotel, your airbnb like we're we do we unload all the. And then we flip up the third row seats and be go to the track our guys towed the race car up there and stuff instead of drive the duly around the whole time you know if you don't want to go to dinner like it gives just calling into the back and then everybody goes. So I'm very curious in a wagon here you know for for that reason like I get the I understand the appeal of of the three row SUV at definitely works. Maybe, not every day La maybe it's a little big for an everyday vehicle but. I definitely understand I get the function of it I, get the point of it, and we do like them for that reason, and now they're so good like they're all they. They just cruise good the. Comfortable. The amenities there you get heated and cooled seats massaging seeds. Great. Sound systems especially, the Lincoln key fantastic sound system speakers in the ceiling just everywhere up in the headliner Near The wagoneer sort of being new and coming into this game a little bit late as far as modern day cars. They have some catching up to do, but they had the advantage of knowing what's out there and what people are liking so it should be. Immediately think their biggest competition Lincoln in escalate hands down. I. Don't think they're gonNA compete as much with. INFINITY OR BMW or Mercedes points going to tell us all that. Yeah I think I think they're just going head on after the two other American brands and and that's the other thing is is is. As Everybody seems to have some brand loyalty, but there's that other. Level of hey I want I I like maybe four or dodge or whatever or Linkin or jeep or you know also people go but I do I do want American so I made jump brands but some people just may just one American made right. So that's another level of brand loyalty. Right? There's there's there's country You know and then there's so. Anyway. So that's going to be coming out I think Thursday, and then also jeep wrangler ex e now jeep wrangler we're very familiar with, but the XY is the plug in hybrid version of it so I'll be interested to know. You know what does electric motors his forest torque? Will it have a little bit of a electric only range? Is that range going to be seventeen miles or is it going to be thirty miles? Just kind of curious on how it's going to work? We again, hybrid plug in electric hybrid means you know we could arguably charge it. By just driving it or you just drive bringing home you plug it in at night and whatever you get thirty miles range or something along the lines of that. But I. The Marketing Appeal for this is is different than other plug in hybrids right? Because you can go into like a quiet mode when you're when you're off roading or or you're leaving campsite at night and you don't want to disturb other people that are intense not behind walls, right? There's a little bit of a thing. That you know the quiet mode essentially that you have now. Who knows we're going to see what they're going to do with it but? I Use it every night driving by you know the the further hundred. It's all comes full circle. Oh so last week. You were talking about the the trx. Get the order in for the REX and I threw out the idea of compound boost. Yeah. We have to revisit that. Yeah. Because Sarah Okay you're I obviously going to say, but we kind of ended the show with you firing out taxed I. Think maybe to gearhead gone. What what do you guys think and? His response you WANNA know yeah, I. Do. Not, not. Oh. W. O.. Is Easy. Yeah he's Al. exactly that it wasn't a positive response and so at the end of the day. At current relationship and and A. Level of. Involvement. They he doesn't believe it's it's a more efficient way and he has proven it's not the more efficient way. To go about that's. Basically, he Yeah. There's a lot more to it but. I should have had this conversation with you before you bring it up on air became business. But because he had a number of questions at the same time. So this is a tennis match in the back is back over the net to you read. Right. Okay. I get it. It's not. It's not the end all be all greatest solution. It is just another option and it's another, and this is what you gotTa do you. Kinda. Work through the pros and cons to see if it would make the most sense. There are some cars and trucks modified and even a factory that use compound boost and very successfully in some don't we were talking about the SUV's and the some of the Volvos we've driven are twin charts or supercharged and turbocharged. They do that at the level quite successfully right and then yes, we have seen our friend Gail banks. Has Been building a high horsepower racing motor. Using. Very. Very pumped up for lack of better term compound boost scenario. On On their motor but I think he's doing it on. A diesel engine I think he's doing turbo and supercharged diesel racing engine, and there's somewhat around you. Does the name vicious staying yes. Are. They doing that on a coyote motor I think they are doing compound boost on that I've seen the car. Are Our good friends at Magna flow. Have a lot to do with that car. They did the exhaust on it. It's the crazy. Like silver like a satin silver with with just an. Interior. added. An event in the car showed up and it's it's an it's a beast. It's a beast of car. Now I don't believe I could be wrong.
"jeep" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Says ted berkman notes that the driver of the indians bullpen jeep throws out the clutch whereas the relief pitchers he brings in from the bullpen throw in the clutch roof just as bad as bullpen cheap rate so i'm wondering who is this ted berkman berkman who's not introduced and he's just making jokes about the bullpen cheap so i searched for ted berkman and i found thirteen hundred eighty two references on newspapers that come. I'm ted berkman. I don't know what ted berkman did in his day job in his life but i do know this. He was a prolific writer into newspapers so he would write letters to the editor he would submit things to columnists and he appeared over the course of decades hundreds more than a thousand times in various papers mostly new york papers and he would send it all sorts of stuff sent in jokes he'd send and trivia questions and answers. You'd send in other attempts at witty wordplay. He'd just sometimes rate straight up letters or corrections so the first ted berkman submission i could find was in the new york daily news in march nineteen thirty nine and here's an early example of his work. Ted berkman says he knows an actor so conceded he suffering from height phobia. He gets dizzy looking on the rest of the profession so ted from what i can tell from perusing all of his many submissions like boxing. He liked movies. He loved baseball and in the fifty s he would just write these straight up one liners so the the principle change that has come over the fight business says ted berkman is that years ago boxer would get a steak on his i whereas now he's lucky to get his eye on a stake. Ho now some of of his jokes don't hold up that well either there things that we wouldn't joke about today or they're just pop culture references that you kind of have to do some digging to understand now but i'm going to read you his submissions here from the nineteen fifties in the same genre as the bullpen jeep clutch joke so here we go ted berkman wonders why bill didn't try to justify his use yousef abdel with the browns on the grounds that might makes right get it might m._i._t. Gaza teddy goodell. Here's another ted berkman thinks the yanks must have a wealth of pitching hitching when they can get a mortgage to replace a ford get it because they had pitchers morgan ford like j. P. morgan henry ford all right is ted berkman. The punt stor justified justified in stating just because catchers yogi berra roy campanella were selected for top honours by the baseball writers recently that the most valuable player words have gone into the hands of receivers receivers. You've not even really a joke if ted williams ever becomes captain of the red sox inquires ted berkman with they referred to the boston's big wheel as the hubcap. Oh goodness here's another in view of bill vex obvious insistence on being behind the scenes manager of his saint louis browns ted berkman suggests that henceforth they'd be called the marionnettes area nets because their manager was martin marian. Oh man. I think meguid love ted berkman. Here's one ted. Berkman thinks that the yanks in bringing forward to help low pat with the southpaw southpaw pitching were influenced by the proverbs that two ed's are better than one. Oh okay we'll someone informed ted berkman who asked the question in the first place if the yanks will win the bunting through phil rizzuto bunting goodness okay too many more here with so many shutouts in the major leagues asks ted berkman. Can we assume that ford frick ardent ardent devotee of the opera is more conscious of the figure. Oh than of figaro boy so i wondered just how long did ted berkman keep going. The the answer was a long time so he was living in queens village. New york in the nineteen fifties the sixties. He's in the bronx so here's the daily news nine hundred sixty eight. The bronx is ted. Berkman asks as far as major league baseball is concerned. What did our nixon and agnew have in common. The answer also supplied by the bronx's ted berkman and is that both were catchers for the boston red sox samuel agnew from nineteen sixteen to nineteen eighteen and russ nixon from nineteen sixty to nineteen sixty five goodwin ted head thought it was about politics turned out to be about baseball. Sometimes he just send in signs. He saw that were funny. So nineteen sixty seven ted berkman reports..
"jeep" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"We talk a lot about the position player pitcher but in this case as the position player pitcher was overshadowed easily by the fielder pitcher or i guess another position player pitcher but a position player who is a pitcher. I don't know what to call that. I guess there's probably not enough scarcity for this to make sense but you'd have to imagine that there are a number of pitchers who would be canary good defensive outfielders if they were to play every so often they have. They have the arms there. I mean all all of these players are almost must entirely our <unk> are extremely good athletes and <hes> most of them have some experience playing infield in their life before they became professionals and i mean it doesn't seem like it would. I don't know maybe it would. It doesn't seem like you would take that much out of you to play outfield every so often in it would be fun. Now would be fun. I'm i don't think it's fun and also maybe it would take a lot out of you and also like i said maybe there's not enough scarcity so does make sense but you could imagine that there's a world ten or fifteen years where there's a lot more michael lorenzen and maybe vince velazquez quay who are up playing outfield as well as pitching yeah i don't. I hope so this was fun but they they have the arms right. Like how if you can run a little bit. I don't know how much such an arm i don't know what the ranges what is an arm and so okay. I actually saw that's not long ago. Where did i see it as well. The worst arms are like minus seven minus eight eight and so if you figure the best runs in a year. I don't remember where i read that. I just read an article about some terrible throwing outfielder and that was that was what the person headset it said and so let's say the best throwing arm also plus seven plus eight so if you had a extremely noodle armed outfielder who was cost you quite a bit with his arm then could he would a pitcher be fifteen runs worse on all the other stuff probably have probably yeah. I think the throw the one that got the runner. I think was ninety. Four point seven miles per hour with no technique you know right well with no in his average fastball is ninety four point nine off a mound and so you'd figure he could throw harder than that with a crow hop from the outfield. If he practiced is this but of course this was he hadn't done it. Since he was some unspecified age or or to specified ages that were a long time ago so yeah but it was like he was charging and got rid of it. Fairly quickly looked like an outfielder on on this place. I'd say for the most part not just a pitcher looking good for a pitcher but like an outfielder more or less so one thing about this game that has broader implications in relates to something else that i i saw over the weekend so aldus merged these things the phillies one of the problems with the phillies have right now is that they don't get to use their entire forty man dan roster because they have so many guys on the sixty man injured list and so two quote matt's piece the club has begun to prune from its forty man roster mr depth because it has run out of players to transfer to the sixty day i l adding players to the active roster who are not on the forty man will present a challenge phillies will attempt camp to survive the next four weeks before rosters expanded september with patrick solution. Meanwhile there is a great john's had a tweet over the weekend that said with with fifty games remaining and september call ups mariners appeared destined to blow by the m._l._b. Record for most players used in a season and here. We have the leaders twenty twenty..
"jeep" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Yeah well <hes> i'm i'm reading the story and nj dot com and it quotes velazquez saying the last time i played outfield i think when i was in junior olympics when i was fourteen so i don't know okay two conflicting sources uniform number. Maybe his fourteen well anyway. Maybe he just forgot how old he was when he was in the junior. Olympics picks that that sounds pretty young to be in the picks right. I don't know anything about the junior olympics. Maybe these are the same the same event anyway it had been awhile since he had played outfield in hadn't done so professionally. I'm really starting to think we might have a prestige situation here. Where there are two vince velazquez one of them is left handed and they they can't get their stories straight. It's all adding up so anyway. Lasco's had just noticed that there was no one on the bench. I think that the internet was on the bench and he pinch hit in the eleventh the backup catcher so he was just watching and he put his spikes on and he took a couple swings and he was ready and then he went into pinch pinch run actually and then he played the field and yet he's made this great throw to get a brand new and that kept the game tied sent it into the fifteenth eighteenth then he also made another play in the fifteenth that it appeared that he had thrown out a runner again at home plate but there was a long replay review and i didn't actually watch the replace but i've read that even some of the replays seemed to show the had gotten him out but anyway the guy was safe life and that was the winning run but he came very close to nailing another runner and of course he also made a diving play which was pretty impressive. I the stat from david adler of m._l._b. Dot com who said it had a fifteen percent catch probability according to stack cast. He said it was the first five star catch by phillies outfielder after this season which if that's true i don't know if that reflects poorly on the rest of the phillies outfielder wet it. It wasn't like if you had seen it and not it was a pitcher playing outfield for the first time since he was fourteen indoor seventeen it would've been nice but not like wow that was the best player of the season but <music> but it was pretty impressive so too defensive innings in left field and he threw out a runner at home nearly threat another runner at home and then made <unk> arguably one of the best catches phillies outfielder has made the season and there's that thing baseball players say about how the ball will find you know if you don't want the ball to be hit to you you then that's when it will be hit to you. That's obviously not true. It's not any more likely to be hit to you whether you want it to be or not. But in this case the phillies put lasco's in left field because they didn't want it to be hit to him. Fielders can go innings games at a time with nobel hit to them. That's the position with the fewest fielding opportunities and yet in two innings here bless kaz had to field two hits and make throws to the plate and then also make a challenging catch even though the phillies were trying to hide him there then again keep kappler said after the game vince is one of our best outfielders now he might be one of our best all-round players. He's a freaky athlete..
"jeep" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"New jeep gladiator Google that Jarvis the jeep gladiator now this is this is the new jeep that basically what it is is G. version of a pickup truck it's eight you can get I think I think it comes in either a two or four door and it's sort of like that that one for type of kind of hybrid pick up I think they're all forty days excuse me I think they're all four door they got the sport to sport S. in the overland but basically I imagine a jeep okay with the same sound over there on the front both the pick up pick up bed in the back not seeing is on the road that they're they're they're on the roads already acts you don't see them on the road us at the time I was looking I'd look kind of cool my my in the minority on that that that that G. ready and I'm not a car guy by any means the cost of a freaking fortune I mean I'm sure it's out of my price range but it's pretty good looking car actually I how much is it thirty three how much thirty three thousand for the base and nothing else now if that's the base then then we're already out of my range of yeah yeah I I can give up three years a radio salary to buy some like.
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"jeep" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"jeep" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It and has the money either it's not insane you know ridiculous kind of money something you can present your spouse and not receive a hail of crazy right because look honey i have a sensible jeep vehicle the jeep cherokee jeep grand cherokee grand cherokee track hawk look at it it's sensible she doesn't have to know about the engine and you know and the extra thirty grand if you wanna go and buy a pickup truck you're talking about sixty thousand dollars yeah this thing is not that much of a i can't remember we gotta look up the ed's more than that but yeah it's not much more so the the the hell cat is seventy grand yeah which i think is a bargain really so this has got to be a little more than that i can't remember exactly what i have to look it up at the party we will so this is part of my question overall question what is the coolest vehicle for a person with bad knees i have not done that survey we should think about that means basically how easy to get in and a half period it's gotta be like super duper bad but easy to get out of out of which makes the track hawk right pretty far up there right and you get i suppose it brings you down to something you don't really like you're tired of the crossover i mean that's why they're popular right like they they give you a good view of the road there the easy to get in and out of and people are bigger than they used to be an it's it's they're easier to live with so this was think about it at during the break i'll be asking you what's the the best performing i guess crossover yep i don't know if it's a porsche and maybe also could be an an suv like the jeep cherokee yet craig brought down last time yeah a couple of months ago months ago yeah what color was red and he said i'm coming early meet me eleven thirty or something like that and i saw i didn't realize it was what it was i got in he says hang on i had been begging him please don't make me dizzy because every time he brings a car makes me dizzy really really badly dizzy it's like i take you on the oh spinning out of control you don't even go around and around your kid on one of those yeah scenario around yeah right kinda like oh like that and he he was good he only did it for split seconds but it's unbelievable it's indescribable right the power of this thing and it looks at such a sleeper right away nobody would know what it was if you're a person that likes to beat people off the line at stop light he can have always you can have a prison in a corvette and you would beat them because they wouldn't be expecting right they wouldn't be hammered down shocker they'd probably be a little lax and he'd be gone all right let's actually mystic marian braintree mary mary hi guys thank you for taking my phone call i'm gonna tell you right off i can't answer your question because i don't drive anymore it's been ten years okay but i'd really appreciate it if you guys would be willing to answer my question it's both and craig i don't know a whole lot so we'll see you can answer this one okay question is if you were a multimillionaire what five famous cars from tv or film okay good question green sports car from bullet appreciate if you could tell me what kind of vehicle a model tire and whatnot sure that's a sixty seven mustang gt fastback from bullet was one of those ones that i would love to own they just resurrected one of them that was used in the movie that they found in mexico that's certainly a car loved own i'd love to own the aston martin db five from dr now that james bond drove i will always always loved the monkey mobile which was a sixty six i guess gto that had been heavily modified by dean what was his name that's gonna drive me crazy now anyway heavily modified sixty seven gto convertible from the.
"jeep" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"That was back in the seventies but right now i have a jeep liberty and i've i've owned it since two thousand two thousand eight yep is that the first year they came out three two thousand three i don't know if that's the first year i had a two thousand dollar trying to think it was two thousand one or yeah because and i'll tell you why never forget this when we invaded afghanistan which was two thousand one that was october i was in canada and i got a call from chrysler or from jeep say do you wanna drive this new liberty that we've got road and at the jeep jamboree and i said yeah sure so that that was wait a minute was that the liberty or the patriot but i'm looking to get something similar that a little better on you know miles per gallon and everything else but i love them i mean i got the heat is love the seats sunroof it's awesome yup and i only got seventy five thousand miles on it but up here in maine you need a jeep you know right so you're looking to replace it with something new no but similar i liked the size and but i i liked the affordability and i liked the full wheel drive when i want i would take a look i don't know how much size you need but i would definitely take a look at the at the renegade i look i look at the run again is it too small it's a little too small let's see what else is what's jeep got in the middle there do they have a liberty now now now they did they discontinue the patriot renovation on that yeah the grand cherokee probably ought.
"jeep" Discussed on CarCast
"And i think he called it like a core tet or something and what he's basically saying is we are three guys but we sound like five guys or something some version of your coop whatever right nology and his funny i like that his has some sense of humor is false advertises yeah this doesn't make any sense like all the the wacky marketing terms that allowed come up with all the time they couldn't come up with the sports sedan something or other rich fifty seven pittsburgh yeah yeah you got a two thousand twelve jeep hey how you doing buddy what's going on goods say hi to matt hey what's up what's going on eighty five on time thank you to twelve jeep what it's a two thousand twelve jeep patriot i've had it for six about six years he's got currently eighty five thousand miles on it and i've had transmission problems with since i've owned it which is three thousand miles essentially the first owner right taking back total of six times and each time of course the dealer would say nothing wrong with it so the last time i took it back it's now six months out of warranty they're telling me that i need a new transmission and the manufacturer has really turned it back on me chrysler being that which is saying because this isn't the first time we've heard this story i think my dad had a dodge something or other in the transmission had issues and we've had other calls with people at transmission issues so you think that this is very unfortunate but you would think that you know fiat chrysler america the dodge jeep ram would would would have some sort of.
"jeep" Discussed on Fresh Air
"So jeep fixed its vulnerabilities yes that's right okay and does vulnerabilities these those pennies and did article also lead to some kind of legislation or proposed legislation well relate legislation was was introduced the same day as my article came out pinned the legislators swore that a who was not time to my article but they also been working with the researchers so it seemed pretty clear that they were trying to use the publicity around our story around this really excellent work that these two researchers had done to spur changes since and create a kind of buyers guides based on security for cars the new regulatory system that would make it clear whether your car has decent cybersecurity or not and at that legislation has certainly not been passed i don't know how far it ever got but i don't think that regulators have actually done much to solve this problem i think automotive industry really woke up and has taken big steps to test their systems to bring outside hackers to test them to create systems where they can sends security patches over the internet two vehicles remotely and fix problems for they can be exploited by real hackers what are your what's your level of enthusiasm now about the internet of things about the idea that you your whole home all the appliances in your home could talk to each other you could talk to them and have everything basically be run like an iphone or so you know so um are you less enthusiastic about that seeing how easily so many things can be hacked do you wanna stay manual.