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"jim boys" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"10 45 Fox Story once Jim Boy for K away, NewsRadio officials in Boulder County, reminding, folks said today funeral will have an impact on traffic. Telly's body scheduled to be transported from Thornton Lafayette for the funeral. Closures of roads and intersections along the procession route are expected to delay traffic. Until about 10 30 parts of South Boulder Road, and when I could Parkway will be closed until late afternoon. All the flood gates are opening this week for covert 19 vaccinations for all the governor says Anybody over the age of 16 in Colorado will be eligible vaccines for the general public. Anybody can access the lifesaving, highly effective safe vaccine starting this Friday, April 2nd. As far as the statewide mask mandate goes, the governor says that will soon likely be a more localized effort. Rudy only types of events that will Remain under state guidance will be large scale events. Thousands of people together doesn't mean they can't occur. It just means that there need to be thoughtful health got guidelines like there are for the Rockies, of course, feels like there are for other major events otherwise. That will be returning local. He hinted that the statewide mask mandate could end admit April more Americans are feeling better about the Corona virus vaccine roll out now that more than 100 million Americans have gotten the jab public satisfaction with the vaccine rollout is also climbing. Gallop says Approval has doubled since January. Now it's 68%. Adults over 65 or most pleased, 77%, largely because they've been prioritized for getting the vaccine. The survey shows. More Americans want the shot two on Lee 50%. We're willing to get the vaccine in September now with 74%. I'm Rory O'Neill. Meanwhile, the head of the CDC is urging people to continue to hold off non essential travel NBC Sandrock reports in many areas The message doesn't seem to be getting through Sunday was the busiest day at airports in more than a year. This as 31 states are seeing an increase in cases over the last two weeks, including some with tougher cold it restrictions. Like Michigan, Connecticut and New Jersey backwards. Kolinsky didn't mince words. One day when she talked about the alarming rise in cases and warned of quote, impending doom. She stressed that everyone should still be following public health guidelines on wearing face masks and practicing safe social distancing. Vice President Kamala Harris is not going to the US Mexico border is part of her role in addressing a surgeon. Illegal immigration there instead. She's going to focus on Central America, where Texas A and M professor Raymond Robertson, predict she'll find a lot of challenges. There's sort of these push factors and pull factors and the push factors from Central America are deeply sort of ingrained economic development issues. He says The U. S could send federal aid checks to fuel infrastructure there, but it would take years to see the fruits of that labor Republicans want to close the border, but he says that could backfire, too, with desperate migrants sent home. He fears that would give fuel to organized crime. Some Oscar nominees may be allowed to stay home for the big event that Oscar's mandate that all nominees must attend in person. There will be no zoom option. The Academy stance might be softening, the Hollywood reporter says. There will be a conference called Tuesday with the Oscars, producers and nominees and some options maybe laid out to allow for people who can't get to Los Angeles for the ceremony. Remember, some countries have travel bans in place. So for some nominees, it's not even really possible to get here. And then there's quarantine to think of some are on active sets. It would need to shut down the Oscars or April 25th, Jason Nathan's and ABC knows Hollywood and Lady Gaga as dog Walker is out of the hospital over a month after he was shot during a dog napping. Ryan Fisher had said he was feeling great just days after being shot, but his lungs did not cooperate. One of his lungs repeatedly collapsed, leading him back to surgery to remove portions of the organ. He has since recovered to the point that he has posted a video on Instagram, showing him getting dressed and ready to leave the hospital. The two dogs taken were later found, but the suspects remain at large. I'm Tom Roberts. And finally, ships are once again traveling through Egypt's Suez Canal it for a huge container ship blocking the channel for nearly a week was freed up late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel said last night that it's been fun to watch the whole world unite way all worried a little bit about it in school. It's one of the main arteries for ships carrying goods around the globe was completely blocked by this ship. Basically, capitalism had a heart attack over this last week. Egyptian authorities say the traffic backlog should be cleared in about three days. I think they used a huge can WD 40. So what they did slide it right out of the What's weird is that this ship has ever given has gone through the Suez Canal before. Yes, So I mean, people are citing.
They Call Us Lucky Grandma
"Fill. Today. Okay. So we have here representatives from a new feature film. That's. Coming soon, it is called Lucky Grandma. In Studio, we have a call writer, Angela Chang Hello, we have writer director Stacy, Sealy High, and we have the star, the legendary, the iconic iconic, the amazing side. Jim. Boy, what else can we say this having you guys here isn't just feeding because you're one of the showcase films in the La. Phil. Vessel Right but also because. We thought it was a real great opportunity to talk both about come to the past and the present in some ways of Asian Americans and film with someone who seen all of that. And that'll beats I, of course. And also talk about this film because it's kind of a unique showcase. In many ways, the role that really puts in the center of the screen that we've all been waiting for a lot of ways I. mean you know? The Joy luck club, you know as Auntie, Lynda, OB, incomparable until. You've always had a particularly unique presence and I feel. We want to see more of it and this show. This movie really does give us everything that we're looking for so. Tells more about the film So lucky Gramma is the story of. A little bit grumpy superstitious. chain-smoking ordinary Chinese grandma plagued by side Chen. She. Gets, her fortune told and. Takes a chance at the casino ends up on the wrong side of luck. I. Would say a little bit of trouble. So it's a dark comedy and we hope it's a lot of fun So I've been actually following the. Production of this little while I know that you won a the screenplay won an award at Tribeca that right? Yeah. We got this grant from. Home Institute in at and T. as called untold stories, and it was really a godsend because I'm sure you guys can imagine. that. Making a movie with an eight year old grandma in mostly in Chinese was a little bit of. In Hollywood, so It was really a little bit of a minor miracle. This movie I mean talk. About, untold. Stories I think This is sort of this is taking the the camera and the Lens focusing on something we never seen before. You know we'd never usually. Our hero in this is somebody who never gets shine but you know you go to Chinatown grandmas are everywhere and. This is very cool. Unique Story. I I'm wondering what? What was the seed of the like? What inspired you to focus this on this story? You know? Yeah. Well, I mean, I had taken these buses. They have these buses that we from Chinatown. In New York to all the nearby casinos and tristate area near they advertise in the Chinese newspaper. There's like billboards in Chinatown, all the casinos. To Gamble to. And so I had taken a few these buses and seen the full of old Chinese people and so. One day I sort of had this image of the bus scene. That's the beginning the movie with one of the GRANDMAS having this bag of money following in her lap. And those sort of really the seat of the idea and I called Angela and recruited her. Yeah, and then say see pitched the premise to me and we immediately started talking about will whose main character say she had this idea that it was the main character was one hundred percent of an elderly Chinese woman. And as we started building the character, it just reminded me so much of my own grandmother and. I think for reminded her so much of her own mom. Kind of ornery free spirit or like independently. Spirited woman who is. Just very fierce and unapologetic. And we just built it from there I
They Call Us Lucky Grandma
"Today. Okay. So we have here representatives from a new feature film. That's. Coming soon, it is called Lucky Grandma. In Studio, we have a call writer, Angela Chang Hello, we have writer director Stacy, Sealy High, and we have the star, the legendary, the iconic iconic, the amazing side. Jim. Boy, what else can we say this having you guys here isn't just feeding because you're one of the showcase films in the La. Phil. Vessel Right but also because. We thought it was a real great opportunity to talk both about come to the past and the present in some ways of Asian Americans and film with someone who seen all of that. And that'll beats I, of course. And also talk about this film because it's kind of a unique showcase. In many ways, the role that really puts in the center of the screen that we've all been waiting for a lot of ways I. mean you know? The Joy luck club, you know as Auntie, Lynda, OB, incomparable until. You've always had a particularly unique presence and I feel. We want to see more of it and this show. This movie really does give us everything that we're looking for so. Tells more about the film So lucky Gramma is the story of. A little bit grumpy superstitious. chain-smoking ordinary Chinese grandma plagued by side Chen. She. Gets, her fortune told and. Takes a chance at the casino ends up on the wrong side of luck. I. Would say a little bit of trouble. So it's a dark comedy and we hope it's a lot of fun So I've been actually following the. Production of this little while I know that you won a the screenplay won an award at Tribeca that right? Yeah. We got this grant from. Home Institute in at and T. as called untold stories, and it was really a godsend because I'm sure you guys can imagine. that. Making a movie with an eight year old grandma in mostly in Chinese was a little bit of. In Hollywood, so It was really a little bit of a minor miracle. This movie I mean talk. About, untold. Stories I think This is sort of this is taking the the camera and the Lens focusing on something we never seen before. You know we'd never usually. Our hero in this is somebody who never gets shine but you know you go to Chinatown grandmas are everywhere and. This is very cool. Unique Story. I I'm wondering what? What was the seed of the like? What inspired you to focus this on this story? You know? Yeah. Well, I mean, I had taken these buses. They have these buses that we from Chinatown. In New York to all the nearby casinos and tristate area near they advertise in the Chinese newspaper. There's like billboards in Chinatown, all the casinos. To Gamble to. And so I had taken a few these buses and seen the full of old Chinese people and so. One day I sort of had this image of the bus scene. That's the beginning the movie with one of the GRANDMAS having this bag of money following in her lap. And those sort of really the seat of the idea and I called Angela and recruited her. Yeah, and then say see pitched the premise to me and we immediately started talking about will whose main character say she had this idea that it was the main character was one hundred percent of an elderly Chinese woman. And as we started building the character, it just reminded me so much of my own grandmother and. I think for reminded her so much of her own mom. Kind of ornery free spirit or like independently. Spirited woman who is. Just very fierce and unapologetic. And we just built it from there
"jim boys" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"jim boys" Discussed on Talking Tesla
"Smell but he alone Don Dailey. It's Friday December sixth. Yeah I think I forgot to say that last couple times it's been upsetting hate back from Vegas. Go tell you a couple of things about the vegas is trips over. Told you about the fast charging whould that was the bomb but you know the autopilot on the way back again since racial wasn't raining this trump and it's sort of the perfect drive for autopilot because a lot of straight lines and well mocked roads and again I basically drove from Vegas to L. A.. Without ever ever having to do anything except getting often supercharging once just to get myself a bit more juice. But it's really healy. Good under those circumstances now. There was one time that it got super foggy. Like scarily foggy and I moved right to the right hand lane the slow lane here in the US us and slowed right down. Even people whipping by me. But you couldn't see more than like twenty feet in front of you so I slowed roy down and then I got the BBB it'd be an autopilot. Said be against the thing which is interesting right because well. It's interesting on a number of levels. I thought that was appropriate auto pilot because probably the appropriate thing to do was to be driving at five miles an hour and I was probably doing twenty malls now and other people were doing seventy miles an hour. The t the story in the post I was when I was a kid in London or England same situation and my dad was driving slower and slower and everybody was just whipping boys at eighty miles. Now you couldn't see and then we turned off and then we watch the nightly news and it was a two hundred pile up. That's how that happens. You shouldn't drive that fast when it's fogy but anyway it's appropriate appropriate. That autopilot said look. I can't say this is ridiculous. But does that mean that you're never gonNA have level five autonomy because a human could driving those circumstances you just have to drive really slow because you've only got you know a very short visual field so if I had just gone slow would've kicked in or is this an argument for something like lighter now. I don't actually understand light. Every will but cannot see through fog better than optics and if it can does that mean that this is a place where lyda would actually be better than optics or can you set up your optics so that you can also see through dense fog. I WANNA say uptick minded standing. Is that LYDA. I to ease optical it's just pulsed whereas what Ilan keeps saying is it they using passive optics. The light. That's out there already is coming into the camera and they work in anyway. Walk on a No. I'm asking you smell people at listening to show tell me 'cause I don't know I'm just saying people shouldn't drive when it's fogy. Oh No taymor trick. I know people who drove fogle time. Probably a good trick. There was a gigantic semi trail. That was right behind me and so driving so slow he ran around me and then I thought well well he's. He's clear on the road for me so I stayed so that I could see his bacteria lights at a far enough distance. That if he hit another truck. That had just jackknifed WBT I'd be able to stop in time so he was basically my wing man as it were on a smart really any lasted for females. And then it was gone but the the genius and model war. I don't know if you've ever heard about model Roy. Have Deutsche Bank is now saying that they believe that deliveries are going to start in in Q.. One quarter one like next year which is twenty six twenty seven days away and they are saying this for the same reasons that other people have been saying that they're you got the inside track that There's all these pout supplies saying that they've been asked to crank up the parts for model wife like huge amounts. And so you will. We really see volume production in Q.. One I'm going to say no and I'm going to tell you why I'm GonNa say no. I think we're actually might start to see sort of that pre-production stuff happening people who work for the company special people that might start to see this happen but I think that they really production constrained right now on model three and I say that because I was supposed to get you know two week delivery on my model three about six weeks ago now and there is no sign of it. Well there is that keeps sending me a little e mail every few weeks and we'll make sure you do this and make sure you do that and we're going to call soon data come pick it up and I've got some other friends who are getting sort of just before the year ends delivery and saying the same thing what was supposed to take in two weeks they. They are more than a month or six weeks away from that date so I think that they're gonNA have a huge quarter and I think that the production constrained so. I'm not sure how they're going to crank up volume production of model y early next year. They need another tent. They need to stick up another ten if they can't keep up right now and yes. Chinese gigafactory is going to help us a lot and in twenty twenty one. Maybe the Berlin gigafactory full will be up and that will help sort of a European stuff. But I just think they're not going to be able to do model. Why in volume and tool the Chinese factory just take that burden away from them and they throw another tent or something because I really? It seems like they're a little behind again now. Do you know mobile ex. Yeah that's right. The Tesla Model X.. That little puppy wrote an eight made sort of history three here in the US where it received a five star safety rating which I believe a belief was the first time that an SUV like or SUV. Crossover had goten a five star rating. Well they've just pulled it off in Europe as well so today Tesla's is we're excited to announce that they got a five star rating from the European new car assessment program euro end cap which evaluates a car safety assistant features and its ability to predict adults and children and and vulnerable road users. So it got the perfect school it got eight out of eight and so good a five star rating and everybody's happy and so we know that this reminder but there's many reasons to buy Tesla whether it's S. X. or three and hopefully why and so trump and that is safety these are safe cows. They huge crumple-zones tests. There's a really good job of this and I gotTa tell you. I just think that that's a really good reason to buy. So many. You know about forty forty thousand people die in the United States alone from car crashes and if you're in a really safe how you can reduce your probability of that. It is interesting about the physics again. I think we've talked about it many times that just the way human bodies works and Physics works if you can take somebody who's going sixty miles an hour and hit a wool will if you can make that. Crumple Zone just dispersed some of that energy over a little bit longer fraction of a unit time longer than the forces that are applied to the human and dropped substantially. And that's why that big crumple zone in the front in particular gives you a lot of room to disperse that energy over just just a little bit extra time significantly. Reduce your chance of terrible things like Thoracic Aorta. And all these other bad things that can happen from rapid deceleration Tesla. Good on you if you can afford one just for the safety reasons. It's a great car. Although we have been talking about the fact that the cyber truck is probably going to be really. Yeah good for people in the truck probably really bad. If you're not in the truck and you get hit by that truck it's probably going to bed. And Lastly for Today Ladies and gentlemen boys his and the girls too slow not Tesla's basics sorry related but not the same space x five little rugby rocket to the space station and they stuck the landing. I don't know yet Kasit civil early. Hell the rest of that mission went but they certainly The rocket comeback and land again. Again they have done this. I think twenty times now and it never gets old. Jim Boys and goes my name is Mojo but the show Zealander on data. It's part of talking Tesla. A network of shows a network of shows and for the patrons this weekend and going to send you a little something about my trip to Vegas right should be a patron like it so much. Great Stuff Herbert..
"jim boys" Discussed on Talking Tesla
"Jim boys. It's mel have it here and it's wednesday is day august twenty eighth and yesterday on the twenty seventh stop adid it's hopping and it was magnificent. It was huge. It was amazing. It was incredible. Go check check it out. Go to space x dot com or just do a search and you'll be able to see this really very cool so what went on here so this was a prototype of space x next generation asian rocket right and we're in texas writes and what this is supposed to demonstrate was the ability of this vehicle to take off and land in a controlled fashion referred food to help and i'm getting a little of this from the verge which has a really nice review of this so called sta hope now this one was equipped with just one engine one main engine a wrapped engine in the future. The real machine which is actually going to sit on top of another gigantic rocket is actually going to have six of these rep two engines. There's three of them are going to be optimized to land on the earth and three to fly through the spacey space so the ideas you have a big giant giant rocket that sends up starship and starship will disconnect and it'll fly around and then it'll be able to come back and land and this is just one of the tests to see if they can land that puppy and as i say in the future it will have many more of these rep two engines on and we're gonna see many more of these tests and these tests are gonna become not like like two hundred meters in the air but they'll become twenty kilometers in the air and then they'll fly at at the space and then they'll bring it back in what is going to be over time a series of tests to prove that this is going to work the size of the big booster the falcon heavy but even bigger that's going to push this thing and the space is also going to be tested so spacex has a couple of crews that are sort of in competition to see who can get the first one add into space and back again and landing without blowing out so this is is as i said just one of the prototypes of number different prototypes in is more coming. They're going to be bigger and they can have different engines and some of them are going to be the boost apart that flies up in the space and some of it's going to be the top bit which can then fled around in space or two miles and then land on mars and then fly back to earth and it's all incredibly exciting and you should go check it out and a lot of people have dubbed this the flying water tanker but it basically looks like the nineteen fifties sort of pictures of spaceships were if you watch this video jio and do not get excited. You're dead inside your empty. Is something wrong with you. This is science at its best at science fiction at its best. It's humanity at its best trying to get out there into the spacey space and say we hear we want to look around and the technology around this is unbelievable. This was just one rep to engine been this thing up hovering for about a minute and sitting itself down imagine what could do three imagine what i could do with five and six and we're going to see that in the future this kind of like you know right now when you see the spacex rockets go up and they put the satellite up and then they come and land the falcon nine's. It's like that but this is going to be even bigger and better over time. It's going to be huge. It's going to be lodged. It's gonna be and it's also going to if it works according to allen's brain be able to do hop hop such that you'll be able to fly across the world in under an hour l._a. To sydney thirty minutes kind of stuff at price which he says could be about the same as that that for an airline flight is today yeah you're gonna have to put up with some jeez on takeoff and landing but i could put up with the head if i could get the sydney and thirty reap forty five minutes. Thank you very much. The future is he. The future is now. The future is hopping. Go check it out at spacex and places like the everyday astronaut website which is also very good. I took yesterday. It's always remember how the walmart stores head head solar city solar panels on them and that's now tesla energy and remember how i don't know was it seven fires occurred at four months and walnut assuming wing tesla to remove the mole and this is disaster well. Did you know that the same thing happened at amazon so amazon snail climbed that they experienced a fire in june of two thousand eighteen. This is from tesla. We love those goes and tesla. Spokesperson has said this that at eleven amazon sites with solar from tesla la generating energy and proactively monitored and maintained last year there was an isolated event that occurred in in voter at one of the amazon sites tesla work collaboratively with amazon to route caused the event and remediate we also performed inspections at the other sites which confirm the integrity of the systems as with all about commercial solar installations relations we continue to proactively monitoring systems to ensure they operate safely and reliably amazon for its part has not issued a response to tesla's statement as of all this writing which was nine hours ago which was a day ago for you so there you have it so not only has there been some firefighters at walmart stores has been one at amazon and tessler energy says that they are proactively dealing with this now we also heard this of super secret thing called project titan not apples project titan which is self driving cars but tesla product which has something to do with looking for abnormal behavior and abnormal fis and abnormal almost stuff that has been occurring in the solar city installed modules and theoretically what was happening is that tesla was going up and checking on your stuff to make sure that the optimizes we're working and that things weren't going to blow up trying to keep it on the down low. If you have a solo city installed system you might want to give them coal role and say hey is mine okay. Have you checked recently. I have a number of systems on a my home here. One of them is tesla and they just sort of randomly came out a a few months ago just to check on it was doing and i'm sure what they were doing was to make sure the optimizes and everything we're okay and that the granting was okay that they weren't gonna stop fi i because if they have too many more of these it's a disaster and everybody's gonna want to have their systems taken down and that would be problem because they have been the biggest in store or worthy biggest installer stola throughout the united states for a long time so the yet they better be proactive. Get going. They've made a say a clear emphasis and honesty. We got this. We fix this. Everybody calm down. Nobody wants fire up on the roof of the hassi hassle. The commercial property's thank you very much. They bid a fix it quickly good nautical here from green kerr reports which is saying that toyota is going to release a full line of electrified vehicles at the twenty twenty olympics so as you know toyota has been really conservative when it comes to fully electric cars widely so because say sort of led the hybrid movement for a while and now everybody's just sped past them and it's weird now the company is aiming to show what it calls a full line electrified vehicles at the two thousand twenty olympic and paralympic games in tokyo but it's it's not clear to me from this article exactly what they mean because they're going to have a bunch of interesting so the marine which is the hydrogen vehicle and they're gonna have five hundred of these driving people around at the games and then they're going to have these other battery vehicles and some of them are sort of like golf carts and some of them are sort of standing up cars and some of them are like little train train things so is that what they talking about. We do know that toyota and subaru a working together to come up with electric vehicles together and lexus also the plans to do a production electric as well and to release it in tokyo but i think all of this is still unclear so yeah a couple of interesting electric vehicles full. The olympic games is great but is toyota really going to get its act together or that just going to say well. We're going to have five cows coming and they're gonna tell us that in two thousand twenty but they're not gonna come twenty twenty-five that would be a little bit lame. It's very interesting to me. Why toyota is so far behind. I mean they used to be with with the prius like this was the car for the geeks and now they're just way far behind. I really think they dropped the ball and still don't seem that serious serious about it. It's interesting. I really think they're gonna get left behind because the electrification of the motor vehicle seems to be rapidly and aggressively underway and now with portion portion others coming out with hinde caused is going to be that halo effect which tesla's started but i think it's only going to speed up and speed up so toyota. What are you doing and you might might be asking yourself well. How long into electric has become as affordable as gasoline. 'cause you know because the problem right now is that they're a bit more expensive upfront front over time. They're not but helen until basically you can buy the same kind of car and the electric version as the gas version and there's this futurist they call. I'm this future is called. Willis predicts that it's going to be by. Are you ready for this twenty twenty three by twenty twenty three that there's going to be a bunch of caused that are gonna come come in a gas form patrol and an electric form at about the same level and by two thousand twenty six. This is going to be sort of fully baked. That's just around. The corner is that true. Is that really going to happen and you can read an article. This one is from white for forbes buts or fos bites dot com home on how actually a reliable but it is written well and it makes a lot of sense and saying you know model three prices not too far away from the b._m._w. Three series and negative push tyke ham sandwich not that different from the high end porsches and sort of goes through this list of things where parody is occurring and that this should drop down into the lower price cows legend general boys and girls girls we could see by twenty twenty three that basically you can buy the guests version of the car and the electric version kaffir about the same price and then over time because of you know the savings you get from electricity. You're going to be way ahead way ahead and was already that immortal three and a camera which is sort of that not very expensive confirm toyota overtime over five years. The total cost of ownership is the bail at the same or better for the model three and the hot pot of course we've talked about is that it's it's still a bit more expensive to get into initially but over time if you can think in that it might be worth you not buying the camry and getting the middle three and it will save you money in the long run and at the same time be very clean but that initial cost is really what holds people back a lot of the time so i like to hear these things if the true that it'd be great right. It's not too long just like four or five years away until you can. I've these cows much cheaper than you can right now. I want to see that that'd be huge. Big in lodge legend john lewis goes maximum. Show is ellendale. It's part of the test a network of shows. You should give a rating on review on. I should become a patron because we're going to a patron. Show this weekend and thanks for listening to you in the moral imperative..
"jim boys" Discussed on Talking Tesla
"Hey Jim boys and girls look I. It's it's Thursday and it's a July twenty fourth and well. It's hot. It's very hot here. In Los Angeles yesterday the outside temperature one hundred fourteen degrees. Let me just convert that Celsius for the rest of you drummer please. That'd be forty five point five degrees Celsius. That's a bit upsetting and I gotTa tell you been so excited. Loyd bit the test the walls the Powell's. I've got three of them and I got like fifteen kilowatt array solar ray but it's going to have a hard time keeping up so right now. I'm recording this at five and afternoon. It's still probably over one hundred the degrees outside and Mike in four point six kilowatts of energy but the house is using six point five because every air conditioning is on full speed and so I'm starting to take a little bit out of the Powell in the next few ails that solar energy production go down and the pebble is going to go up and last night last night. It was one of those noise we get a couple of those here unfortunately in the years ahead. We're GONNA have many more. We basically run the air conditioning all night. So this tells tells me a couple of things I need more soul I need more powells and also named much more efficient air conditioners and you know it's funny. How having a system like this that you can look at all the time really doesn't form your choices so I've got one really super-efficient system in my officer which gets really hot kisses computers and monitors and all that kind of stuff in him and it's a brand new sort of system? What's not that brand new five years old but it's a split system? It's Douglas and it has a seer rating of like twenty one so was very efficient whereas the stuff at side for the rest of the house sort of all the school and has a seer ratings of a bit fourteen so I use about twice as much energy in the rest of the house than I do in this system and in the studio the new studio. We're about to put. In an air conditioning and again it's going to need a lot of but when you start to do the math and you look at how energy and air conditioning us you can spend a lot more money up front on a super efficient system and have a pretty short payback feedback period but gross if you're also like this system air conditioning is going to go for maybe another ten twenty years. At least you really WanNa buy as a Fisher system as you can because in the head it's going to be running a lot. I'm just saying I'm just just sign now the big news of today yesterday your time was we had the learning school. Just go over here and get notes hanging all right now. I've got my notes and you can go into the details of this by reading it much more than I'm going to go through Heeb. The summary is that they sold a little cows and they lost a lot less money than they did loss quarter. Is that a good summary they lost a lot less than they did last quarter but in fact <hes> the people who have the guessing thing of how much they were gonNA lose actually lost more than a lot of people thought that they should lose. I think the loss per share was like one dollar twelve cents whereas loss quarter with something like three dollars and six cents a share so they still lost a lot more but they're they're they're cash in. The bank went up a lot so they had lower revenue. The cash in the bank went up substantially so they have got over five billion dollars cash in the bank. Now that is important. That's a big deal that allows them to expand to do things like you know get model and stuff up and going. It doesn't really hope them when it comes to your debt that comes up every now and then alone said that they think they're going to be cash flow positive except for when new products come in so that period of time just before motorway comes out and they're gonNA go boy a whole lot of parts lots and then that time before they start the semi and they've got a whole lot of parts and stuff so things are looking at much financially than they have in the last quarter at least and the growth has been substantial and so they all feel pretty good about. But to me the single biggest concern that came out of that earnings call was the fact that J._V. Strobl is moving away from being on the executive branch and moving into an adviser role and we've been talking about this for a while looks like J.. B. is moving out and he said all the right things. Look we go together in two thousand and three with ill and we came up with this vision. Things are going really well. I'm still going to be involved. He didn't say why he's leaving. The in Say Zealand has just painted the button icon. Take it anymore. It's been fifteen years but he still going sleep involved as an adviser and the post and taking over from him. I can't remember whose name was has been working basically alongside Jabe for fifteen years but Jamie is always seemed to me somebody who is super smart technologically super smart. Maybe Not Ilan on smart but super smart and also very level headed and I think the person I don't know that seems like the person that Ilan talks to a lot and counting Dan's is no. We're not going to do in your architecture for why we're going to based on three remind the kind of person that talked about those things so I hope that in this advisable that we still get the best of J B but it is concerning to me other people coming and going as a little bit consenting but this is one of the sort of one of the founding fathers as of Tesla as it were and who always came across very thoughtful very smart guy so it makes me ted anxious in terms of everything else they talked about. There really wasn't much interesting. Yes they building at the medicine China's. Yes they're trying to get service to the point where you can have service person fixture thing in in a day but in an hour will if they can pull it off they did state multiple times that really services the it doesn't matter way you Celica sometimes you you can get the cow to the person what Matt is can you service the Kerr and can you service at quickly and so they really focused on service and changing the model where instead of having distribution centers that have all the parts you have the parts right there in the service center and they did say some interesting things about as. As you get bigger than you have to change that model so that model of having parts in service centers was like the cost effective thing not in service and has been in distribution centers was the cost of victim thing a while ago but now they much bigger much more cavs coming through this it was then it's now you bring them back and and put them into the service center themselves so that was over interesting but really there wasn't much else to be discussed except one thing that I found interesting which is they're going to do better date of talked about this but a big Petra day about how they building batteries he's and mostly how they're going to increase the production of batteries substantially. They said they've gone from like twenty three gigawatt hours up to about twenty eight gigawatt hours in the gigafactory but with I want to go and what we're GonNa hear about probably January or February as old new architecture picture and all the stuff that they're doing but had they going to get to over a terawatt a year of production and then even more than that Zealand said if you really WANNA put a dent in renewable energy and fundamentally changing the way we use energy. You've got to be talking in the multiple multiple terawatt hours. You're really not part of the game so they are going to outline how they gonNA get production to the multiple gigawatt alice so that that is going to be something to look forward to and to all of those people that rushed out on board lots of Tesla she is because they thought they were going to have great bump in the Stock Price. I don't think it's going to happen. It's sort of stay. The course everything looks okay. Let's see what happens next quarter as the tax credits here in the U._S.. Go down some more. Let's see let us say oh. I guess the thing they said was s an ex probably gonna Plateau and the already been going down but that's not where the future is in the future. The volume of three and why and semi pickup truck is going to be so much more than s an ex six that although they're important cows and they grow because they're going to be much less and less the story in terms of revenue and Prophet. It's going to be about why it's going to be about three and it's going to be pickup truck and it's an exit GonNa be good cause for those that one but infantile..
"jim boys" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto
"He has got a bunch of guys in the word news the Pack Jim boys out there working hard so argument where I fit in and so now that we're a few fights into the run and of course like the debut got all kinds of buzz and now here. You're just like another guy on the roster do feel like you've been accepted by the U._F._C. Fans. Do you feel like you've been accepted by the community it doesn't you fighting doesn't garner the same kind of talk that the debut did back in January and that's probably a good thing for you and the team. Do you feel like you've been you've been welcome to the sport and there's is no issues anymore. You welcome your Amen. I'm good. I'm good listen. I will reiterate. I was just talking about the placement on that card. I've never had a problem with you doing m._M._A.. Or following your dreams I I've never said anything about any of that had an issue with the placement on the card with rates. We don't have to bring up all that all over again. I'm just talking unless you want to you know get people like thank you people along the people that are welcoming Indian understand that I'm here to work that I have earned in that will continue to ended man. That's all I need. There's always gonna be Mace as man but you know as it dies down. I'm starting to get the respect as a fighter that I feel like I wanted you know and that's like that guy. That's what means the most I wasn't. I didn't tell him to <hes> people fall back in love with me and change their mind for this. I came here to point. I can't even go to work. I can't be the chance came in to be the best man in the more that I persuaded the more that I give people on my side to believe in Shalgham the truth I showed him the proofs in medicine better off bill maynes. I'm feeling pretty good right now. I think it's going to be a whole lot. Achieved enough is okay. Have you and this last thing like when's the last time you felt altus way about an opponent because because he's talked about your pass because he's made this personal. Did you feel some kind of different way about this guy. Don't ever get the money we feel this way about every opponent L. K. Brag think about this man. Anybody would not step in that ring has got knocked out man. It's just my way of life. It's my style. We're GONNA put him asleep one way or the other and if we don't going back to the drawing board or something I have no Madison for anybody in my <hes> in my journey to become a better person and a better fighter man I've had to put a lot of allergies hate him a hardaway man but a lot of the feelings and emotions away and you know changed my perspective on the New Perspective on them. I don't have a lot of hate for people you know. <hes> I do have a love for a disconnecting people from their consciousness and that's not having anybody that subsequently we demand Werner's the champ tiny or whether it's a man with one or two fights or somebody's talking trash or somebody sent enough. Everybody's going Hitless. You signed my contract. You approved it so take your punishment. I wish you the best Greg looking forward to it on Saturday on E._S._p._N...
"jim boys" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"And he's been with our show, ever since we absolutely love him. And he puts this together every week. So. Happy birthday, Chad Nakanishi. And now your weekend review. This is where Jim boy, could do. She yucca do Doshi yucca Doshi reveal probably more than any the day that defines what I consider to be the spirit of Texas, and that to me is not rivers for mountains. It is people never in the world, a braver router more defiant, than the people of Texas congresswoman Ilan, Omar sparking bipartisan partisan backlash again for antisemitic comments most recent controversial comments regarding dual loyalty. The ideal Jewish Americans are more loyal to Israel than to the US co chair the women's March. Linda Sarsour, attacking the resolution and Nancy Pelosi calling Pelosi quote, typical white feminist upholding patriarchy when I'm talking about someone being crazy compared to Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi's, the adult never think about that from two hundred seventeen million people. Covered by private providers, but those providers could disappear in all two hundred seventeen million could have their care managed by Uncle Sam. So what the criticism Bernie Sanders is going to raise your taxes. Well, I but you don't want to do I'm doing away with all of your private health insurance premiums for people who have no single Michael that just means you're going to give us free healthcare. Notice doesn't what this not with that me vomit. As I'm walking toward the restroom, I go to turn a corner. It's one of those fall, you're on the ground. Right. It is.
"jim boys" Discussed on KTRH
"His tail off. He's never a distraction. He's rock-solid everybody loves him, and he can kick everybody's ass that you've ever met because he's a competitive fighter, and he's from Hawaii, originally, and then went to Oregon came to Baylor and did a master's degree. And he's been with our show ever since, and we absolutely love him. And he puts this together every week. So. Happy birthday, Chad Nakanishi. And now your weekend review. This is where Jim boy, could do. She yucca do yoga. Godot. She yucca Doshi, the for probably more than any the day that defines what I consider to be spirit of Texas, and that to me is not rivers for mount. It is people never in the world met a braver. Router more defiant, people than the people of Texas congresswoman Ilan, Omar sparking bipartisan backlash again for antisemitic comments who most recent controversial comments regarding do a loyalty. The idea that Jewish Americans are more loyal to Israel than to the US co chair of the women's March. Linda Sarsour, attacking the resolution and Nancy Pelosi calling Pelosi a quote, typical white feminist, upholding patriarchy when I'm talking about someone being crazy compared to Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi's, the adult never think about that from two hundred seventeen million people are covered by private providers, but those providers could disappear and all two hundred seventeen million could have their care managed by Uncle Sam. So what the criticism of San Francisco to raise your taxes. Well, I make, but you don't want him doing. I'm doing away with all of your private health insurance premiums for people who have no sense go with Michael. That just means you're going to give us free health. Care. Notice doesn't what this not with that me vomit. Plummeted. As I'm walking toward the.
"jim boys" Discussed on Talking Tesla
"German voice goes to heaven. He four Ilam deli contest than it with, you know, it's Wednesday. It's may twenty nine th year may twenty nine and you know this, this thing called model and the model X rods. She put the Mirage and you heard recently, they got a nice series of updates. So the model is an ex go sort of new modus with sort of more fixed batteries, which made him about ten percent, more efficient. So these now go from for the model S was getting three thirty five miles a now the new long range version gets three hundred seventy miles and the X which has to ninety five now. The new one has three twenty five so these significant updates to the range, right? And, you know, me, I love me some range, well, a couple of things have happened. Also brought back the more standard range version. So the S now has a standard range version of two, eighty five and x has a range of to. Fifty. There's nothing much new there. But nail. Yes. Now, after all this actually dropping the price. So x has been reduced by three thousand dollars and ex by two thousand dollars. So pretty significant price, drops now, this is sort of a constant thing. It's not a big deal the constantly changing the prices and doing improvement. So that's good. But I do expect following on from what Elon said in his Email to the secret Email, the leaked Email the Email that I was meant to be leaked that this might be part of how they can get to record for this quarter which would be about ninety one thousand deliveries. I think this quarter you're gonna see a lot of S's an X's sold. I think there's been a bit of pent up demand there. I think a lot of people have been thinking, we know this is coming. We are gonna have foster charging, and we're gonna have more miles, and it's going to be a big refreshing you. We got it now. The prices come down. So I wouldn't be surprised if they sell a lot, a ton. I wrote a large amount of SS in. X's in this quarter. And if they do that, plus, they continue to sell lots of model threes than they will break. Sid record which, again is just under ninety one thousand so ninety one thousand plus would be good. The sterling thing, right? So they send up the sixty sterling so now the sixty two of those puppies, up there and we've had some really fun pitches. There was one astronomer that took of pitcher with. He's basically telescope of all of the styling satellites before it started to sort of distribute in a big long line, and that was pretty easy to capture, and this genius like worked at where there would be at what time and was by a couple of minutes. But he captured this great pitcher, go chick that out on the interwebs. Well, here's a question for you. Are you ready? When do you think styling is going to start service like just start rolling out, so it's not necessarily lots of service to lots of places, but when you think that they'll have a website up and be able to start off 'ring service to these puppies. Two thousand twenty one two thousand twenty two. We'll get some news for you coating. Tesla roddy? They think that in North America that they'll be able to stop officer verses early as this year. What the what the what this year if they can put up another two to six styling launches with sixty set alight s- each in North America and some Canadian leads they might be out of start to offer the service, then and then step further basics balloon. They'll be able to cover basically entire populated world with as few as just twenty four launchers or about fifteen hundred styling satellites, and then, ultimately, they want to get up to the eleven twelve thousand range where they'll have full capacity the entire world at very high speeds. So I'm kind of shocked the little tight lipped about like is working at doing testing. No doubt. They doing a lot of testing. But I haven't been able to find much information on the interwebs about whether these puppies are actually working, but it's kind of stunning to me that they might be able to get some sort of. Functional service up and running by the end of the year. So there's a big difference between two and six launches a lot of settlements win at six knots many when it's too, so we'll see. And I'm not sure what will be the bottleneck there is that the production of the satellites themselves, is it just sort of getting them up into the Spacey's space with the rockets, and it's interesting to the not the only people that are working on sort of a global idea of getting settled around the whole planet. One web is also another one, which is a partner of Airbus and they're trying to do the same thing, everybody has their own sort of spiel on this, but reading through some of the summaries at appears it appears that styling is going to be the best because they're going to have the most, they're going to be a pretty low orbit, so that they're gonna have pretty short ping times. And the cost of them up, there looks like it's going to be significantly less for SpaceX anybody else because the vertically integrated they owned the satellites, they own the rockets that put him up there. And so in. Theory. They should be able to pull this off faster than anybody else at a cheaper price than anybody else. Although competition is good. So we definitely wanna see other people trying to do the same thing. So there is lazy boys goals by the end of this year, you might be able to go out and say, look, I live in rural America, and I have crappy intimate. Maybe I'm going to get styling. And I think I've said before on the show, I had one of the first Hughes knit where I was in Los Angeles. And this is like fifteen years ago, and I had terrible internet. And we have an engine, it company, and like I've got to get into it. So I put a big dish on the top of my house, and the internet excess was terrible. It was like one point five megabits and the ping times were terrible. It just wasn't any good because they're satellites were way way way way far away. And these lights that styling has a very close. So those Ping's really short. So it turns out, although the speed of light is very fussed. It's not. Fast enough. If you want to have a satellite file far away, you're gonna have long ping, times, just the way it works, baby. So grown, your styling, let's see. And I'd really like to hear how the testing is going, but I can't find much information on it. And finally, for this find these a really interesting article in tesla Roddy, and it's out of Germany. And it's about, well, it goes like this, this rental company called next move, and they're drawn a work at which is the best electrica that they might buy a ton of so that they can rent them out. So they did an interesting series of tests to look at which have the highest range and the most efficient. And they took a couple of S's, a couple of X's a couple of threes. They checked in the Audi e Tron and in through in the cheap one. What is it called the Hyundai Kona electric and at different speeds through different routes, they sort of sit these parameters like drive at one hundred fifty common as an hour, driving hundred thirty communist. Now. And have this much air conditioning on, and these kind of ties and all that kind of stuff. So huge study randomized trial, but it certainly should some very interesting things, which is those people that the model three is by far the most efficient of all of those cows. And in fact, the, the Tron not very efficient at all. Really? And in terms of range, if you just thinking, well, what people really want is just range than the s was by far the best and the on, and Kona were not in anywhere near as good, so sort of, on all of the things that they were assisting for in this little study tests, the one by a long shot. They had the most range, they had the most deficiency, and they would just sort of better as it were. Now. I'm sure you could then go and do lots of other tests. But for now in this thing, it's like, yeah, we kind of know the sterile ready that tests is way ahead of the, you know, the big automakers Honda and Audi when it comes to electric vehicles, they're just better right now. Alan will they sustain this lead a but I'm just saying. They're just bitter right now. Jim boys, go. But speaking..
"jim boys" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"At. I'll tell you what I know about coaching in the I'll tell you what I know about coaching in the NBA, Pat Riley told me one time, you gotta be best friends with a best player that we're the best friends means whatever you wanted to make sure the best players gotta like you same page. That's best for you got to do that. And that's more important than the Norman del. Hey, we're gonna make four passes. Everybody's shot by the way, get a crew cut. Yeah. Dammit. My teams on the floor. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's a kind of gum was each you. Dan. That's that's not for the NBA. But we love to get your best player on your side and go go ahead. And then you can do. Larry Larry's best plan is he hurt. Feels like offensively. They're doing some things. Now they can't play liquor defense. But I don't think anyone in the NBA play much defense at this point the NBA. I swear to God there's like a group tax among all the great players in the NBA and like on Tuesdays this Friday night. We're kind of dragging here Friday night. Everybody's score a hundred fifty two teams curling a hundred and forty six and what are we doing? I like it. And I like Jim Boylan, but it's not a hard as like, the guy guy tell you, and you should resign Williamson because I don't care like it's almost like now, my guys it is you gotta get up show and say something crazy like Duke could be the Cleveland Cavaliers resign. Williamson isn't going to be an all star my backside. That guy's got everything you need twenty seven last night. Stop the city that get Zayn Williamson. Their NBA team is going to be energized in all areas by Zayn Williamson, mostly on the weather. You think he's a better player than RJ paradigm different conversation? Whether or not he's the right guy for your franchise, especially if you're picking one overall you have to take. Franchise. It hasn't gone well for you. He is gar impacts is get out of jail free card if they get him. Then all of a sudden, there's a rejuvenation factor with the everywhere. Care about basketball, Chicago, obviously, yes about professional basketball, deeply, so you get him. It's like the eighth layer of Garen packs. I mean, I mean lives east to get. Oh, yeah. Talked about that quite a bit. The other thing with Boylan initially was to you. I mean, look, and maybe we're scarred. Because we've been told in the past we're gonna go younger and more athletic, and then they brought in Raj region Rondo in Dwayne Wade. They got older and less athletic. Denzel Valentine can't Denzel Valentine. And and then they took Denzel Valentine a year to half into his NBA career before he had a slam dunk in a game. So. Trying to get a job assuming can dunk, but you know, what they were doing. Eighty. Larry market into play in the paint in there asking him to back it down and they were doing things. Yeah. That's all maybe there'll be some sort of magical transformation. They will have all as Jim Boylan fans. Looked Jim boys. Not John would know. He's not Popovich. He's he's a he's a guy. That's getting an opportunity. Right. I mean, the water lost at Utah and assistant can float around he gets opportunity. And now, I give him. I thought this. I text him this when he got a do it your way 'cause you're gonna get fired anyway. I mean what what's the shelf life of a Chicago Bulls basketball, not long even the best one. How long? Stated Indiana like it never ends. Well for Indiana, University basketball coach you can go back to the guy before coach it doesn't end. Well, so just do it the way you want do it because it's going to end poorly. Anyway, who cares? That's good advice. So that the count that we keep hearing lately about Zion is Blake Griffin. We've had two different NBA guys. Jeff Goodman came on yesterday. You Blake Griffin. Is that accurate is that the best one? Who does he reminds you? Jeff Goodman, says I I'm going the other way because I'm not a big fan. Now, he liked Jeff could what's wrong? But anyway. Yeah. You could say you could say I I don't think there's ever been a day in Blake Griffin's life where Blake Griffin has had the energy and the personality of Zion Williamson now, they look alike body wise, a dunk kid shot is questionable. But to me, and I'm sure you see this all the time, Tom. I'm sure you played with it all the time the differences personality enthusiasm energy teammate that kind of stuff that separates guys like bird or magic or Jordan. And those guys I never some always. Remember somebody's got to score on a bad team. Someone's go rebound on a bad team. They always are. So he's this guy's a willing participant on task. Estimate. He's interviewed what coats what codes case as it. He don't close losers. We'd better win. Yeah. Stuff. Like, that's cool. He's not I call them shoe guys, like Romeo, Langford Indiana's shoe guy. He's the guy that got paid by shoe company. So he thinks he's above it. All he plays at a certain speed design. Williamson is not a shoe guys I wound since the let's go kick somebody in the backside guy. Let's do it every night live's laugh about it. And I swim. He goes to a party after. Yeah. It's pretty cool. Like yesterday there down twenty three. He's got four fouls. So you gotta be careful in his motor is always running offense defense. Whatever here's the problem. You have like let's say the bulls are the second pick in the draft. Yeah. Who you pick right? Is it John Mirant is Jay Baer kid? Kid reddish because he can make shots. I honestly we give this all I've seen a lot of them. And I've seen him since high school, and I look at it. And I say to myself man, Zayn Williamson has sucked the life out of everybody else. Like whoever gets the second pick is going to be disappointed. Right. And you're not gonna get. Take reddish or excuse me Barrett over Mirant. If you're the bulls, you take Mirant over who got to see more of Moran against really good competition. Like we've seen Cameron Payne we've seen Isaiah cannon. We've seen these guys these guys. Amanda, great to me, the one thing that makes Miran great. Not great. But makes him a really interesting prospect is he's so freaking athletic. Right. Let let's be honest. I mean in basketball anymore, if you're not Ober athletic, then you'd better make every shot. You know what I mean? And so as way above the Ray play, and he's got and I love the thing. I like about him is he plays with his head up. He's not a over dribbler Pounder get my he's got his head up. So that's why leads the country in the says, I think he's a terrific prospect. But I gotta see him against like. I want to see him play it front of a big ten crowd or the crowd. You saw last night with Louisville. You are you. He's a better defensive player than he is an offensive player right now. Or is that I would knock because I think this is part of it is so good. Passively. I would argue this. I would tell you this. I would say that Zayn Williamson is going to be if he wanted depending on how you know, a great NBA defend. Yeah. Because he can play who he's got unbelievable feet. So he can move against guards. He can go out and play a ball screen and get from here back to the heat. I'm telling you, I know there's great prospects. In Blake Griffin is in some people say Barkley and all that. But I'm telling you, I don't know that I've seen the combination of all of that size. Skill feet. Goodman, doesn't he? Now, I want to hear the beef. What what's the beef Goodman got mad? What he do? You guys were teammates for awhile. Good. And then I ask him, and I'm sure he rip me because he tries rip me on Twitter. I don't pay attention clown. No more. But. It's one of those deals where last year he said something about miles bridges, and I was bored. As walking I was listening to little Grateful Dead. And I'm walking in my neighborhood. And I just saw the tweet. And I thought you know, what I'm gonna I'm gonna spices up a little bit. So I just tweeted miles bridges no game. I remember I let it go. I think anything of it. He got. Zelina because he keeps coming at me. I got Frank Kaminsky. Bothering me last night for something. I even. What was it? Because the box score you show the box score against. You know, you do a show. Right. Right. So other show without victory depot, we talked to Pacers. So all I've said for like ever since people have been here. Two two two weeks is the Pacers can't outscore anybody but anyone five hundred road. Yes. And it's all been in the nineties. I've said they got a guard, and I want Mike Conley or Campbell walk. I wanted Mike Conley or Kemba Walker before depot got her 'cause they weren't the number one seat. So all I talk about that. So I'm on my show. And I'm like this is the perfect box score. I don't even know miles bridges was in it. He he's trying to credit. So I put it out. And I'm like, this is an interesting box. So last night, I'm setting up my show. I put it out again. I go. Hey, it's hard being so right all the time because Walker at thirty five thirty four I'm like. I swear to you. As God is my. Not knowing was like one of four for three point eight minutes. Right about him two miles bridges, but I did not. I just didn't. And then this morning. Docket should Kaminsky. Refuel their feud. I'm like what he's really not that good an NBA. I swear to God. He'd be better series. He was eleven points a game two years in a row. And then they got a new coach. And I don't even we as today on my show 'cause I was talking about this. I go who the hell is the coach of the Charlotte Hornets? And it's I think I know most people in basketball, it's done somebody Boyega boat. I dunno and Kaminsky doesn't even play in a shock. I figured this would be like fifteen night now miles bridges didn't surprise me because he can shoot a jump shot and can don't, but you gotta have game the other the other funny thing, and we talked about this when you came into our appreciation meeting. My favorite thing. When you tweet about people who think you're doing again docket. You're such a Homer for this school. You're on your couch. You're not even doing the game and people are revenue..
"jim boys" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"But then I also was like, you know, I haven't whipped up bone broth and a while. So I was like, I'll whip up some bone broth and I kind of drank that with everything. But in the bone broth, I threw in some spinach because I was like, I'll be good to get some potassium before training, but I think that that might lead to me running to the bathroom. I don't really know. I don't know what the science says about that, but like I think that eating like induces you going to the bathroom. I think that's actually very clear. Just sometimes like drinking coffee could like expedite something flying out. Yeah, but what I don't know what I don't have an understanding of and I don't know who we can get an answer from us like, does like what you have. So I guess this is a question, the food that you eat at a particular moment. I think it's quite obvious that that food doesn't does not just go flying through your system. I think that at the very at the very fastest rate that could possibly happen would probably be like a six hour window or something. I don't know if it's physically possible for food to enter your mouth and go through your throat and all the things that needs to go through and they go flying out of your but really fast. However, I think what happens? This is the theory. Of course. I think that whatever that you have may like induce or may progress along whatever is in your whatever that lasts. What is in the chamber? Yeah, whatever's in the chamber before it comes flying out of your butthole and it might come out. It's like a premature birth, right? You're having you're having a premature poop. And I think the longer that you hold onto your poop, I think like the dryer that it gets in the harder that it gets. So if you if you poop early, your hoops are going to be liquidity if you're able even I, I don't know if anybody's ever experienced before, but if you ever had kindly bubble guts and you just added an assessing, had to kind of hold onto it when you actually do end up pooping you just end up doing a solid sometime doing me a solid. That makes a ton of sense because, yeah, I would have people tell me like there's no way that like especially when I used to eat like Jim boys tacos that showed just launch right outta me, but I would have people like, do there's no way like it takes x. amount of hours to digest in your system. It just it's just impossible, but I think what you just said, which is, yeah, whatever it is like the greasy s tacos. It just kind of like lubes everything up to shoot out whatever was in the Chamber. I think I think you are onto something so kinda, here's what it looked like. Look, this isn't a chamber chamber of commerce. The chamber. Here's the but full. So I made a map so people can kinda better understand what hold it up to your face. I'm gonna hold it up here. I see on Instagram. We got Jim boys tacos. We got the poop that's in the chamber, and we got Andrews butthole down at the bottom, so generous, and then I'll hold it up to my face here as you can kind of see, he's probably a little bit of a glare on their Jim. Boys tacos in then whatever was in the chamber. Okay. Jim blaze tacos is causing irritation to the stomach, and it's making your brain go, hey, man, we can't hold on all this. We got too many different things going on. I don't know what was in that Jim Boyce tacos, but we this, whatever's in the chamber. It's gotta come flying out now because we gotta make some room fast and then JIMBO. STS are whatever was here in the chamber, some crispy cream or whatever it was from the day from the night before, and then it goes here to the butthole..
"jim boys" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"A thorough investigation of billion interview all the relevant witnesses. They didn't interview all essential. The interview all the cooperating witnesses. I'm actually shocked. You're not you're not shocked. You're also running for president. It is what it is this going to happen if they didn't find anything concrete. Remember, the Anita hill the quote unquote investigation was three days they did five days of investigating. They talked to nine people. This is why winning the election is important. They didn't win the election. The Republicans did so in the end scoreboard. That's it in the end scoreboard. You can protest you could walk. You can wear funny. Hats you could scream and yell. You can do all of those things. He cheated. He's horribly Stacy's dad. It's not fair. But in the end score board. That's why elections are so vitally important three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter tweet at us, Chad. That's not very nice scoreboard. Like that. It's going to hurt somebody's feelings may trigger somebody's feelings. It's national taco day. So here's a question. You guys out there on stuff that really matters in the world. Who's your go to taco? What's your go-to taco? Like, I love I love del taco. I love Jim boys. You know, what it's interesting. It's like I was never. It's not that. I don't like Taco Bell because I do like Taco Bell. But I was always kind of a del taco guy. But when I do go to dealt when I do go to talk about like, oh, it's really good here. But I don't get tacos there. See I do get soft tacos at. At del taco. So it is taco day. So I'm having a taco, I'm probably a case of the case. Who's your go to taco three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. A lot of stuff still to get to. The Chad Benson show. Suicide is a national public health issue that affects all Americans, but it is preventable. The US department of veterans affairs is working to improve the health and wellbeing of our nation's veterans.
"jim boys" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"A thorough investigation that they didn't interview all the relevant witnesses. They didn't interview all potential the interviews all the Cooper went and says I'm actually shocked. No, you're not you're not shocked. You're also running for president. It is what it is. This was going to happen if they didn't find anything concrete. Remember, the Anita hill, quote unquote investigation was three days they did five days of investigating. They talked to nine people. This is why winning the election is important. They didn't win the election. The Republicans did so in the end scoreboard. That's it in the end scoreboard. You can protest you could walk. You can wear funny. Hats you could scream and yell. You can do all of those things. He cheated. He's horrible. He's this. He's dad it's not fair. But in the end score board. That's why elections are so vitally important three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three. At Chad Benson show is your Twitter tweet at us, Chad. That's not very nice scoreboard. Like that. It's going to hurt somebody's feelings may trigger somebody's feelings. It's national taco day. So there's a question you guys out there onto stuff that really matters in the world. Who's your go to taco? What's your go-to taco? Like, I love I love del taco. I love Jim boys. You know, what it's interesting. It's like I was never it's not that. I don't like Taco Bell because I do like Taco Bell del taco guy. But when I do go to when I do go to talk about like, oh, it's really good here. But I don't get tacos there. See I do get soft tacos at. At del taco. So it is taco day. So I'm having a taco, I'm probably a case of the because I love case who's your go to taco three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter..
"jim boys" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"So you think that michael jordan that lebron james will not respond though so michael my gal lebron not coming back with a throat shop i don't think he'll be able to see i ain't going for two hours on the first gal will rick flair him with the japanese wrestlers and blow to stuff in his face required dragon steamboat it's jordan jordan's not right like i don't think these are qualities by talked about georgia like yo this is not an admirable quality at all do you think join boys if ever come close to being their daddy and again we'll want to one game at anything well jim boys ain't good as lebron james that's what it comes down to i think maybe michael jordan or beat his sons in one fair square i interview michael jordan not too long ago for a piece that never aired for gatorade and we i he was awesome interview and which are talking about where he finds like flights everywhere like before we even started talking he goes into beefs that he has like the the mike ain't even on and i'm just making small talk because i mean it's michael jordan is just me and him on a trailer i'm making small talk just trying to befriend him we talk about him his growing up and he starts to get teary eyed about his father and this sort of stuff then he starts talking about playing ball around away and how they would travel from court to court he start remembering people who didn't even play high school against him he start remembering people from from neighborhoods around here like yeah he he got us we went back i was never.
"jim boys" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Going to take it all this not take all the stuff you know like a jim boys knife than the davy crockett said you know kuhn skin cap or whatever it is they're gonna take it and put it in a basement and then they're going to have a a big big mexican a gala in the in the alamo the guy is i'm i'm not making this up kurt it's a it has a really mark elated up to the national press yet but it that's what's going on because because of course he's co he's going to be even a kinder and gentler bush here in the third or fourth generation you know if he warning about donald trump and locally but you know it gear beck listener and hear loyal looking this it proud about donald trump because we were so they could be an so sick of being kicked away get waited gaspart we want somebody who would end up not only permed felt that way but for and george bush wouldn't do that in fact when it came time for him to to yale powell or the people who voted for well you know you know who we chose because they do that you know just like in every city in boston and yet you think you think at the end of the day know one of the guys with the nose and is heir to choose from southie worry buddy from the quad not even close i i though an officer barca's just tweeted out here from us our text that out for 603 of poor should said one word about omam in the last eight years the media would have said he was drinking again he talks trash by trump are so now we he's a wise statesman exactly the outlets listen douglas let's go now we're going to go but he still better to curt about the gang of eight as you'll see but again like you say heat he kit he doesn't have the stones to come out and actually call a spade a spade yes to use big words we see nationalism distorted into native isen forgotten the dynamism that gracious has always brought to america in all these ways we need to recall and recover our own identity americans have great advantage.
"jim boys" Discussed on KOMO
"Core from abc news i'm todd at an arrest made in a london port this morning in connection with friday mornings tube attack abc's jennifer eccleston is in london british police have arrested an eighteen year old man in connection to friday's bomb attack on a london commuter train the individual was detained in dover a port city where ferries leave four continental europe london's metropolitan police are calling the arrest significant to the investigation isis has claimed responsibility for friday morning's attack protests broke out in st louis after former police officer jason stockily acquitted a first degree murder of the 2011 shooting death of a black suspect named anthony lamar smith thirty two people were arrested ten police officers injured after clashes broke out between demonstrators and police california democrats approved a sanctuary state they've built today that would live at how local and state police can interact with federal immigration agents intended to bolster emigrant protections of the state democratic state senator kevin to lyod represents the area says the bill offers protection from the trump administration's immigration policies have certain sheriff's as well as vice director as well as deternining jeff sessions who have a fixation today to do everything within their power to deport dreamers jim boys and girls who grew up in this country governor jerry brown expected to sign the bill into law a wisconsin jury has decided a girl accused of helping stab a classmate to please fictional horror character slender man was mentally ill during the 2014 attack walker shy county judge michael boren read the verdict we the jury find as follows question live at the time the crime was committed to the defendant have a mental disease or defect answers he has by tan to know at as a wire whose fifteen we'll.
"jim boys" Discussed on Snoop Dogg's GGN Podcast
"Comes in and then it like that event and plan in gregory yes great actually did that question perfectly by really anther and i never would have known it if you could ever superpower what would it be in being invisible visiting whatever you want to get out of here visible all the time or just whenever you whatever i want no not always visible that's like in nightmare i wish you look like i'm chewed i have long let me right so people yeah no i mean i would want to be visible sometimes visible power right to be able to deactivate visibility whenever you want with the visible liberty and justice for the mowlid liberty engine this is the poor what we call the finnish dissent is almost started you finish okay always wake up happy if i could work with anybody dead or alive i wanna work with madeleine kind if i could see anybody for form dead or alive i want to see russian eqarf i look for blake in a woman kindness i look for blake in a man if i was he a boss i'd be a pat my favorite position is like i i my favorite position sitting down fade you see she's got a great clean mind down on a lot of down now is down on it said in his chair as would you go to do people my name is ginny slate human that cheese jim boys and girls i want to thank my beautiful guess the wonderful ginny sleep stopping by gm you could find on the big screen this summer in july movie please yes ellicott called landline or not the landline used to be in all but landline the issues it she's coming out july workaday fired general instagram and all the other fish i'm just jenny say it just like that i'm just ginny slight just like that church breach tablet neck.