19 Burst results for "John Delorean"

"john delorean" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

07:19 min | 8 months ago

"john delorean" Discussed on Past Gas

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They'd gone on significant diets thanks to AMC kicking everyone in the butt. But they were still bloated. Like me. In 1961, Pete estes took over as head boss at Pontiac, and he united John DeLorean as his chief engineer. Delorean was sick and tired of the land yacht soaking up all the driving fun. And he'd been pretty vocal about it. Delorean still had a few decades before he became the Coke binging executive we know and love. But he was still seen as a bit of a madman. We're John DeLorean apologists here. Yeah. We think he was wrongly set up by that rat just to save his company. He's trying to save his company. Also, lotus stole a bunch of money from him. Yeah. And college Chapman is still alive. He's like a 120 years old by this point. He's still alive. He's living he lives with John Kennedy junior. And on December 7th. Colin Chapman is going to become our first British president. Yeah. Why hasn't there been a British president? Why not? Follow the money. Follow the money. Colin Chapman and John F. Kennedy Jr. on December 7th are going to become the president, both president. Yeah, they're going to share it. They're going to share it. If you listen to the lyrics of chumbawamba's temp they've been you understand December 7th, 2021 is the day that they come down. I get up again, huh? Never gonna keep me down. I get knocked down. I get up again. Never gonna keep me down. Oh, you're listening with your ears. Listen with your mind. Yeah, it's obviously about a plane crash. Wake up. Wake up. He gets knocked down out of the sky. And he gets up again. Anyway, John DeLorean's crazy idea was to return to Daytona Beach and shoehorn the biggest engine they could into the smallest car they had on hand, take this car to the track and win. He had the approval of estes. So he pulled A380 nine cubic inch motor out of the full size Bonneville. The 6.4 liter beefy boy made 348 horsepower and 428 foot pounds of torque, which is flat out insane for 1961. That's that thing will pull out a tree stump. Yeah. Do you guys ever actually use shoe horns? I feel like I use them a lot when I was a kid. I don't know why. A lot. I mean, it was a, I mean, looking back on it, yeah. I think there was a lot of shoehorning going on. You were the oldest young kid ever. Yeah, you're like Benjamin button. That is for old people. I think that's probably why you use it. We always had shoehorns in my house. Like, yeah. There's no shoehorn in my current home. Yeah, I haven't seen it she worn in decades. That's a finger does the same job. Yeah. Well, as a child, your fingers aren't very strong. And you know, those new sketches are pretty tight. I also think we wear a lot less loafers. Yeah. Yeah, that's true. Yeah, that was a fashion misstep of my younger days, was the loafers for cool. My lovers are back baby. I know. I was ahead of the curve by about 20 years. Delorean went shopping for a host body that could do that big engine justice. He wanted something light on its feet and fun to drive. And Salvation came to him in the form of the 1961 tempest. It wasn't the perfect donor, but it was considered compaq for the time. And it's set up gave it a decent weight ratio. Power to weight ratio. Yeah, that's what's hilarious. The tempest is still a big car. That's a big car. The tempest was only slightly smaller than a modern day Dodge challenger and weighed almost a thousand pounds less. And along with some fancy suspension up front, it was actually fun to drive as well. But before Delorean got his hands on the tempest, it was a slow car. There was a strict mandate at GM that forbade cramming big motors in the little cars to their sole purpose of going fast. Estes and Delorean had to go back to the drawing board to get approval from the GM high command so they could unleash their new creation upon the world. Back in 1955, there was a huge crash at Le Mans that killed a hundred people and after that, a lot of auto manufacturers pulled out of racing altogether because they didn't want what one, they didn't want government regulation coming in and telling them that they had to do it in the first place. So it was like a voluntary thing. And two is kind of bad publicity. To be associated with something that one regularly killed the drivers, but two occasionally killed spectators. Racing was very dangerous back then. I occasionally kill.

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"john delorean" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"john delorean" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"I'm going to Jackson because we are rich hang it out how you doing rich good how to go all right you have a good day today yeah they got me all night work so here actually I like you guys a lot thank you I appreciate that what do you do I work for all a line painting company a lion taming company no line like our road striping line a line eighteen Caruthers in lion taming I see you are going to win share better than what I'm doing now well you just got to keep the line straight out what did that be right yeah that's not a problem that the people they don't pay attention to construction workers man our drive that is so freaking dangerous I can't believe you got the guts you guys have there you guys go right up to that line you okay who else beat by it had to get done do you remember a car called the DeLorean yes I do right and the guy who invented the DeLorean John DeLorean was busted for coke right for real he got busted for cocaine he was a massive call or some kind of massive amounts of cocaine and the joke was that it was so bad that the lorry was actually trying to sniff the white lines in the road or that the car would sniff the white lines in the road I screwed up the joke what's your category ridge all I need I'll be movie is a movie action that that that was my movies hiring him mmhm is you tell me who's from New Jersey okay all right yes Laura Prepon Stina Hendrix arranger legally Amy Poehler let me go Christina Hendricks moan she wished she was for.

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"john delorean" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"john delorean" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"With the low volume motor vehicle manufacturers active two thousand fifteen it gives companies the ability to build up to like three hundred twenty five cars a year without having to adhere to modern safety regulations that's well they can you know bring things back like the DeLorean yeah type car kit type cars you know I'm sure maybe the the guys that are building Trans Am sat Camaros or are you know fall under that umbrella but the national highway traffic safety administration never did their part to create what regulations they do have to follow so now it looks like all that is finally going to come to fruition and they're actually gonna build some D. M. C. twelve from old and new stock no there were a lot of parts left over when you know John DeLorean you know went through what he went through and there was a warehouse and somebody bought that just of the box they just bought every everything that was in there and a lot of those parts are still around end they're gonna make some new parts so we may see a twenty twenty one twenty two the long you know small numbers yeah you know but I don't know that that's kind of cool cool idea in all yeah we were driven one yes yeah are they now this is really I mean it it's more of a low usual yeah look fan if they're seriously underpowered right here usually under powered and you know the the the suspension of the time to was I mean it states it looks like it's going fast in a sports car again you may drive me nuts not now yeah I I kind of had that feeling yeah that was just mostly mostly for looks yeah and the doors that was the big deal you know I mean if they can.

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TV & Movie Recap: Week of September 30th

Geeks Under the Influence

04:40 min | 3 years ago

TV & Movie Recap: Week of September 30th

"Are going to have makes is supposedly amazing this film I will be checking out this weekend for TV pages on Monday. CW has the finale a of Penn and teller fool us for Tuesday cw has the finale of Pandora paramount network has ink master grudge match premier and travel network has most terrifying places premier for Wednesday CBS has the premiere of seal team. and Swat Fox has the premiere of almost family CW has the I heart music festival night one and t and t has the premiere of all elite wrestling dynamite for Thursday cw has the I heart music festival night two on Friday NBC has the premiere of the blacklist and history channel has the reboot of the series in search of verse Saturday. HBO Has the Premiere of cold suit and on Sunday CBS as the premiere of Madam Secretary ABC has the premiere of kids say the darndest things see He w has the premiere of Bat woman and supergirl ABC has the premiere of Mister Robot AMC has the walking dead and talking dead and travel network has the witches of Salem for box office result in fifth place you have Ed Astra fourth-place it chapter two third-place Hustlers second-place Downton Abbey and in first place making twenty point eight million dollars is this abominable for movies coming out this week the only thing that's coming out in wide release is joker but for DVD's you have spiderman and far from home maiden and the apocalypse and framing John delorean for on Line Services Net flicks you have uh-huh Gillian momentum you've Nikki glaser living undocumented in the tall grass raising dion season one and Roy gotten season two who has light as a feather season two and prime has goliath season three for video games you have destiny a to shadow keep and Tom Clancy Ghost recon break point for Gui News you have Mondays Trivia at fallen up directly after Trivia stick around for Karaoke with Carla Trivia is from eight to ten Karaoke goes from ten until close new episodes geeks under the influence blue's clues smack my pitch up keith father and for the mouths of madness and beautiful disasters make sure that you come out on Tober thirteenth for the Darker Room in the Hof Heimer building located in Scott's addition for G. pod Wayne featuring live recordings of booze clues and smack my pitch up clues will be an all Florida man edition because nothing says horror like Fordham with our investigators dressed up as Florida man this is not dimissed doors open at six show starts at seven twenty one up only ended is free for one more thing if you like blooding gorgeous stories view I mean the fake stuff that you get inundated with all month long no I am referring to the real deal actress and star of the new C. he w show bat woman Ruby Rose had emergency surgery on her neck and upper back being that the star that she is in Hollywood she posted the video on Instagram Ram the surgery was for two herniated discs She received while doing a stunt for her show it was emergency procedure because there was a chance they would continue to herniated and risk per becoming paralysed obviously the surgery went well and she has a show a small scar on the back of her neck she's been quoted making jokes about a Pez dispenser If you want to see the video I'm not really sure why you would you can find it online

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"john delorean" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"john delorean" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Waiting time someone builds sweater. It's for you anytime, someone when Chrysler building cars somewhere else. I wanna know if they got a pencil. Yeah. Well, so what was drive you said depending on your taste? What does that mean? Well, here's the cool thing about the, the cost dry inversion. So, you know, the, the dodge charger has this four forty five. You know, it's big, huge V8.. The Chrysler has an inline six that was only for Chrysler, people think, is this land six. Now. It's about three inches long on this land six and it has a triple Weber setup. It was a factory option to homologated for racing. So when you start this thing, and it's kind of muscle Carly but when you start it sounds like a Maserati. Oh, no. Because there's always like from the action and then out the back, and it's really is long guy pulled up next to it was at the ladies, what is in that thing, because it, it sounds like it's hopefully sounds dying. So it's, it's a weird kind of mash up of, of cultures and, and sign and I love stuff like that Tavakoli cool. They worth anything here. No, they're worth nothing here because people like, yeah, it's not an air charter and rather just like whatever. And then, but if you're not strata they're worth big money, this car even though, this is a replica so that it wasn't delivered with RT in that trip oversight of, it's kind of been made into it. Let's call it a tribute car that Karna strays is worth fifty or sixty grand. Okay. Here. It's worth like twenty five thirty. I think you know, it'd be pretty cool. I think it's cool to be different. I think it'd be a lot of fun. And the guy the guy who owns it him and his partner own to actually they have three straying Chrysler's. And they're like, yeah, we just want some different. So it's easy to be different. If you drive on her side of the car. That's right. It is indeed. I mean it's kind of weird because he's got a pistol shift a pistol for your left hand, but he had it made it had a custom made with a left hand. You know, like, you know, grip. Yeah. Oh, did not come with the left just came with the ball. He had one and he was he was like, there was a guy at the moment. I show. What do you make a left and he's like sure? And so he made a left-handed one. That's pretty cool like that. I wanna talk about Normandy, but first real quick have have either have you guys seen the Alec Baldwin DeLorean movie I have now. Claiming that I've heard I've heard you watched the last night. I've heard really good things about it. You heard good things. Yeah. I heard it was interesting. Who did you hear that from? Probably the filmmaker. Yeah. Somebody does this movie is weird. It's really strange. The movie called framing John DeLorean on Amazon prime. No not. Yeah. Prime sorry with Alec Baldwin, isn't it like sort of half documentary, half like reenactment? Okay. So, so here's here's what this is an Alex. Roy my good for now. It came over, like losing his mind going. Oh my God. You have to see this. And when Alex is like this, you probably should be about that about everything, sometimes usually, it's, it's really good. So you have historical archive documentary type footage of John DeLorean period, which is amazing and could easily.

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"john delorean" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"john delorean" Discussed on CarCast

"And it it's, it's, it's done in a way that you just haven't seen before. So it's, it's, it's very innovative, and then the characters super fascinating, and I knew something about the in, in, in his automobile. But I did not know nearly as much as I learned after watching framing John. John DeLorean in select theaters today available on VOD as well. And you can shoot him at tweet at framing sorry at, yes, framing DeLorean, and website, framing John DeLorean film that calm. The Ademir we've gotta talk man. Yeah. I'm ready. We got some projects that I think you're going to be interested in God. I got projects to too many. All right. Denver. When is that tonight? Yeah. Tonight tomorrow night. The first show is sold out. You got to confirm expanded, but someone told me on the radio today? I think. I think the first show is sold out, but they're pushing for the late show on Saturday, and then there's some tickets on Friday shows, as well. So two shows Friday, two shows Saturday and all be doing stand up and and crows unprepared of their lives. Shows everywhere. Just go curl dot com and see my special not tackle bell material, as well. And what do you got shifting steer stare? Check that out. And we did a nice little just little departure on on car cast this week earlier, we got into the undertaker versus Goldberg match and what happened. How Gobert busted his head open. It was very traumatic on. According to plan until next time Santa Kroll for Tamir Arden, and Matt the motor. The Andrea saying keep the air in the spare the bag in the week. For the latest.

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"john delorean" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"john delorean" Discussed on CarCast

"I'm looking at a computer like now, I know that guy that's news. Whatever. Yeah. No, no, right. Sorry. Hey. Probably document I documented with Koenigs thing is well that one is documented. This is why profile everyone all the time because when she profiling people and companies and humans like if the Koenigs egg says that you go, he did that if, if John DeLorean said it or if he LAN must set it or whoever eat might go and let me see that look into that. I like the way the government says you can't tweet that out, Elon Musk. You're going to have to pay five million dollars. I feel like if you claim your car goes to fifty on Twitter and it's not documented you get a fine. The government needs fighter SEC says you're publicly traded company, you can't make bash it claims on your cargo fifty. Well, it's, it's funny. I feel like there's something going on behind the scenes because I feel like he is being given very long leash by the government. He does, you know, terms of some of these missteps that he's made, and I'm not really sure exactly what the story is behind their other than maybe they just don't want to be the ones to, to put the hammer down on. Nobody that everyone looks at is this visionary. Trying to do the good for all. Well, you know, big picture and a little outside of the car realm. There's a new world order in that take all the big tech companies and all the way to distribute information. And you know, back in the day, I think the government would say, like, hey GM, hey, Pepsi, we make the rules you listen to us, and this is what you do, but GM Pepsi can't get you elected? Now you have to take a little different approach toward Google or whatever Facebook, or whatever, whatever, is what you gotta take, you gotta watch you take your hat off before you enter that meeting, if you're the government because these guys are gonna get you elected. And let's be careful about how we treat them or how they feel about us because if they don't like you, they can start working out guerrilla them's. And you're gonna fall off a cliff. And so in a weird way Yvonne and big. Tac are starting to be bigger than government. And they're the kid who could wish you into the cornfield right from the twilight zone. It's not too big to fail. It's big enough to change the rules right now. The next election is going to be heavily decided by all these big tech and today's and you can already see them sort of taking certain political ideas, and voices that they don't like they're already kind of cleaning house, a little bit, and it's going to make. It's gonna make an impact and you better watch the way you address them. Yeah. If you you're in government, especially when you're lead, I and you don't know anything about technology, like you don't know anything about this world. All, you know is this world is gonna make or break your next election in your world? Yeah, and so approach it with caution. I do another hour just on that alone. And then the government trying to break, these companies up. And stuff like thoughts on that to all right. On opinions on. All right him down. Bring in on my ship..

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"john delorean" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"john delorean" Discussed on CarCast

"To sixty Horford to eighty. Yeah. Yeah, right around two to eighty v six with the, you know, the V tech super tweakable, but you don't wanna mess with that. But talk about just like a good. It's just a Honda Acura engines, like a good start every day. Run the. I mean if you had problems with. No. I've had it for about seven years. And I bought it luckily, at the lowest point. Yeah. At the buying process of gone up, obviously with the new jen's coming out, and I'll track it basically, maybe once every year, not, not trying to abuse it too much. It's a it's a beautiful car. And it's one that I also wanna when I was young the DeLorean that, and then my favorite car, though is a nine hundred ninety Acura legend which kind of. For many, thanks for that. On craigslist. You pay on those were some cool pieces, but that's a front wheel drive. Cars is. Yeah. That's the only that's the only lexuses from that first gen we're, we're rear wheel with visa people kind of tend to go to that. But there's something about the G one legend that's a special place in my heart. I gotta thing with front wheel drive. It's like this chick used to porn, but she's really nice. And she's She's found found cry. cry. Attractive, and she's still, you documented kind of a deal like her. She sweet. All. Listen, I'll drive around a little bit. Yeah, I can't go full time. Dealbreaker front we'll drown. It's the porna- powertrain. So so wait a minute. It's the venom is three oh one. Yeah. Wow. That's documented document not documented. Yeah. They're still working on that. I'm gonna go with mad on this also knowing Hennessy a little bit. I'll go with documents. We'll see where it goes Hennessy's looking. So he's pretty white. He's not as wise. Koenigs zinc's. He's pretty white. Yeah. Texas white, he's not like light is so is, is that to seventy eight documented or is that what they're shooting for as well is we don't know if the Koenigsberg is that documented or not gonna say, documented on that, I'll say documented, but God, he said to seventy one so the Hennessy, it's probably not documental minimal Seve fit is, but school dude up into him. And he's got a cool project going on and. And I think he's a small enough companies got some flexibility to go. All right. We went out. We tested it. We hit two ninety whatever as like, okay, what do we need to do? We need to add more power, we need, we need, we need to up the boost. We need to do something to it. Let's go for it. Let's go and get it. I think he could probably get it. I mean, he certainly got the desire to do it. Three hundred is so much, shed nuts. It's not so much about tire technology and aerodyne AmEx so much about air dynamics at point, so Hennessy's claim. See how, you know, everything. That's like I've told people looking to the computer all time you're wrong..

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"john delorean" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"john delorean" Discussed on CarCast

"But I mean how can you not be compared? I mean, the, the models of the two companies are completely in sync John wanted to start with his ethical sports car car that wouldn't rust made out of stainless steel have good gas mileage, but also be performance sexy car musk. And tesla wanted to make a car. That's great for the environment that would also be very safe and have all these innovative features, and they both knew that starting with a sports car was the only way to do it to get attention Lotus, which exactly which was based off of a Lotus chassis. So there's even more synergy connection there. And then, of course, come out with sedan for the DeLorean. They already had a four door ready to go. It was gonna be another year production that they get. Yeah. They were ready to do and he knew he couldn't support a mass production car on just one model. So he was ready to do the four door then eventually something else. And, you know, with Moscow, of course, he came out with the model S than the the accent. So he's, he's reached a certain success that John never was able to. Get to based on the deep wallets of people Connie's of scale of change, but as much health has no and his stories, government money. And there's, you know, you, you, you, you build a gigafactory in so until place because state or whatever's going, no, we got millions. I was talking to drew. I don't know why about the flying wing and Northrop, and they it the idea of the flying wing was a good idea. And it was there, but you couldn't do it with, with, with cables, controlling everything you need a computer in a fly by wire, you know, you need that technology, so ideas there, the idea's good. But it's before its time, like it can't be done at some point need a computer to make that thing fly, and I feel like Alon is benefiting by having a computer. Deloitte, didn't have a computer. Everything was analog. He had to do and I don't know if that's helpful or hurtful, but I feel like these. You're in the engineering is, is. Leaps and bounds different. And. What I'm saying is to do a bespoke. Anything is just easier now than it was when everything was just analog in mechanical, right? Yeah. Sure. No, absolutely. For John, you know, you had to rely on a lot of existing technology to get that car built in the timeframe that he needed to build it. So going with the PR v engine. Yeah. The ways you know, often criticized. But it was the only route he had to be able to actually get the cars OPEL. It was the poo Peugeot. And they were sharing about the alliance. Tesla started that way, too, with the Lotus platform in the roadster that are relying lot of existing technology. Absolutely. It was going to be he was going to be an electric drive train company. Basically, I'm going to be the battery and drive train company and I'm gonna sell it to Mercedes. I'm gonna sell it to Toyota and I'm going to do that. And then things of all it was able to make his own. I know tesla lion match that I don't think the fan well of Ilan what I'm saying is, I think everyone else gets pumped up about it, and he sort of sees a company that's not doing as well as what people are saying and not about the product. I'm a fan of what they're trying to do. And they started an entire movement within the automotive world. Every car company has their electric vehicles that are coming out portion Audi and Jaguar, and everybody like he's innovated really made mainstream electric vehicles, but behind the scenes, it's kind of a mess. It's not profitable..

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"john delorean" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"john delorean" Discussed on CarCast

"You needed millions of dollars? And somebody's when I can get that for you fast. It's going to take a couple of meetings like who amongst us would go. No drugs or wrong. Not gonna get involved with that, or who wouldn't say, tell me more, and I feel that's kind of him. But am I am I is your Cessna that assessment or is there something I don't know? No, I think you're you're spot on. I mean listen to that the title of film framing, John DeLorean is double entendre. Obviously, we're trying to frame his life through the lens of different individuals, and people that knew him and sort of let the audience that decide at the end how they wanna come off feeling about him as a person. And a lot of that is very mixed in terms of the good, you know, you look at his kids and the way they, they see him. You look at the previous business partner, some of which he screwed in very bad ways. Bill Collins the one that created the GTO subsequently created the prototype. But then he shuttled him to, to go over with Colin Chapman it loaded. So you see those moves then in terms of the drug bust, you know, clearly the sting was framed job from the standpoint that they were pushing him into doing this when he really would never have him on his own come up with. But there was that element of John, where he was always looking for that easy way out, and you can see that through other episodes in his earlier in his life. And with this one, you know, he, he never thought he was going to have to sell drugs on the street. He thought it was coming through legitimate Bank. And you we break down for the first time, there's a lot of interviews in this doc that people have never spoken publicly before, including the undercover de agent undercover FBI agent who are in those black and white grainy surveillance footage things you get a sense. His character is definitely on the morally corrupt side once in a while. But you get a sense, it's a little bit like this Robin Hood style. -ality where he he's, he's thinking that at the end of the day, I'm doing this for the Belfast workers. I'm doing this for for my own gain. It's a little muddled. They I accept a he, he, he still seems like he has this, gene. He's got this you'd moral compass van because one hundred percent because, you know, the drug bust thing. Yeah. That was a big portion of the film, and it was potentially a frame job of whatever. And you're right. His motivations could have been as you're watching. You're like, oh, his motivations are because of all the thousands of people that work there. And then we get a little further than their film, like also he did the Colin Chapman thing and installed seventeen million dollars in pocketed nine million dollars. Well, well, yeah, because you kind of got that in you like he's got a little bit of that in him. And that's why he wouldn't back away from, you know, like what seemed like an easy drug deal, just like a little bit of something. I'd maybe tipping my hand early. I mean honestly like if you were saying, like, I'm gonna start a company, I'm gonna raise a bunch of money to start my own whatever company and you raise seventeen million bucks. And then you went to Indiana and they're like, oh, no, we'll give you the seventeen million will build the factory and you're like, okay, I feel like I got seventeen million bucks. It's mine now. And I'm trying to think of who now I everyone would try to figure out a way to keep the seventeen a small group of people go. I have to give everyone their money back. I larger group of people would go. I gotta figure out a way for no one to know I have this money like it's probably a slightly larger group of people who would go in. So what I'm saying is, I think most human beings, and especially now not my mom, but business people would go. I just raised seventeen million. And now these guys are going to pay for the factory. Can I figure out a way to keep the seventeen million bucks? Now, some people would go..

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"john delorean" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"john delorean" Discussed on CarCast

"On or laugh maybe. Well, it's good thing, these, this is the first time they've ever edited. Wait a minute about it all the time, five years into it. All right. Let's see show, we bring Tamir in before do that, Adam, so Alec Baldwin through, we were talking about him earlier. He just didn't interview you're gonna like this. He did with Tucson. Tucson's as paper and they ask them about the match game returning. And he's talking about his wife and how she's going to make an appearance. And he's like, oh, how'd you convince when I said, well, I told her she's going to be here with some of the greats of comedy in the last twenty five or thirty years if they said, my, you know, Caroline, Rhea, Adam Corolla Keenan Thompson, Horatio Sanz. Wow. Nice Caroline Ray by. All right. Sorry, pro I know who say, probably spells it weird are. H. E A. Yeah. That is weird. He'd had. Right. What's that bitch doing in front of me? Come on. Ladies firstly. Right. Let's see. Why don't we get to MIR going up in here? We want me to hit the Zaib are, you know, it's Eibar we're using bar man. We're using it on the nine thirty five bright duct into see that. I did. Yeah, looks good Sean laid it down with the gun and everything. And it's it's a nice finish. It's a terrible piece of metal. Yeah, we're taking a part my nine thirty five and we're redoing, the brake duct thing and you know, 'cause during those warm up laps that breakout take up beating men, according to the video. So we got the Zych code outsi- bar, man. He is the enemy, and this stuff is bulletproof, and it scrubs off that heat. So like, if you're doing headers, you don't have to wrap it with that weird firehose looking stuff. Yeah. It increases horsepower and torque reduces metal surface under hood temperatures and for your listeners our listeners that aren't DIY because. Yeah, he had to mix stuff up and put it in a gun and shoot it. You can send your parts in at Zych coat dot com and click on the coding services. I think it was fifteen days. He he said Turner. I just talked him. He said two weeks and he's, he's beating them pretty much every order, she's sending your.

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"john delorean" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"john delorean" Discussed on CarCast

"And learn more at Zych coat dot com. And also, let's see what do we got here. All right. So we'll bring our guest in a in a moment. He drove a ninety one in a sex over here. Yes. Well, which is nice of always liked us cars. I saw them on the road this morning, leaving the west side, and it's like it's for some reason, every time I see somebody like on the road in a cool car at that time in the morning. I'm like, that's gotta be our guest and, and, like I saw it with spike Farris. Any, he came in for the first time it was like who's this guy driving this Porsche Porsche is kinda older. Looks kinda cool. And it's got to be him. And sure enough the whole time here. We're just following each other. Well, you know, the thing I like about, especially the first gen and a sex, but any NS ex I. So I feel the same way about when I would see somebody in an Audi s eight like from the late nineties. Yeah. Or the early two thousands, and I'd go well that guy's got some money. But so does the guy in the BMW seven series of the Mercedes, six three whatever I don't know all the Mercedes designations, but that guy thinks a little bit differently. Yeah. Because the Audi s eight at the time was just a cooler. They probably didn't sell near as many BMW or Mercedes did. But there was something cool about them and you want, that guy's discerning like that guy knows cars. The other people are rich guys driving a nice car. But this guy's a rich guy knows something about cars. I feel that way with the NSF ex. Yeah, you mentioned S eight I immediately think Ronin. Yeah. The movie. Right. Yeah. And but by the way, great sounds in that movie. Great engine sound wants to put generic. Yeah. And then the drums kicking found..

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"john delorean" Discussed on The Documentary Life

The Documentary Life

13:36 min | 3 years ago

"john delorean" Discussed on The Documentary Life

"This eight chapter checklist. Course will inspire and inform you on your documentary film journey. Documentarian Don are got and Sheena and Joyce have meat films on subjects as diverse as rock bands, and nuclear power, the legal theft of priceless. Art collections and who really created Batman, having also directed a narrative feature? The team brings a unique and critical perspective to the meta elements at work in creating film, scenes that function as a compelling running commentary on the DeLorean story. Nine fourteen pictures is an independent film production company, specialising documentary feature films co owned by Don argued and Cina Joyce there, filmography includes rock school, two days, in April, that art of the steal last days, here, the atomic states of America, as the palaces burn slow learners, Batman and Bill and believer their upcoming tenth films framing John DeLorean, a documentary slash narrative. Hybrid on auto maverick Johns. Delorean starring Alec Baldwin in the title role. The film explores the complex life of DeLorean from father of the American muscle car to builder of the futuristic sports, car, bearing his name. It is being released worldwide by films and Universal Pictures, Donna and Sheena. Welcome to the documentary life podcast. We're happy to have you on the program today. Thanks rava. Make you so first and foremost, what I'd love to hear about his how the to you first started working together in documentary sure why I had a production company with previous business partner, which we started right out of film school. I went to the Art Institute of Philadelphia and graduated in nineteen ninety five and we opened up Russian company with really the sole reason to make films. And then, you know, kind of the real world reality of life crept, in, and we've realized that making films was inspiring awesome. But we. Needed to make money. So we really set out in and kind of dug up path for so doing a lot of commercials corporate work and you know, kind of long form infomercials, things like that, all while, you know, great to be working and making money we were getting further and further away from, you know, the whole reason that we, we put the business together, which is to make movies, and we ended up parting ways, and I believe it was two thousand and two and she and I who are also a couple. She didn't work that Philadelphia film office, which is basically like access a free producer for the city for visiting productions and we had known each other for about three and a half years and started to spend a lot more time together, and we started to date. And then at this time was when my situation with my previous partner. Was dissolving. And I was really just looking for the real kind of, I guess inspiration to kind of, you know, kind of bring me back around to why got into this thing in the first place, and she was amazingly encouraging, and I would come home like every day with a new idea to make documentary, because I loved, making, I love the idea of making docs, we had started a few short docs, previously, and I really loved the idea of working very small and being able to kind of pick up a camera and go, and, you know, my background is in cinematography. And I also edit, and so it was very easy for me to just, you know, the idea of making a documentary didn't seem or feel daunting at all seem very manageable. And I was walking down the street one day in Philadelphia. And there were these we posted we pay the posters up on the walls about the Paul green school of rock music. It wasn't very caller. They very catching. And they just kinda spoke me at a time that I was really, really in need of, you know, inspiration, and I've said to myself, that's that would probably make a great documentary, not knowing anything about anything you've never seen the or anything like that. So this was in two thousand two kind of early internet days. So there wasn't a whole lot of information online. So I called Paul up and he was a few walks away from where my office was and told them, I was a filmmaker that was interested in making documentary about him and he said, okay? Cool, and I showed up on a Monday, and I started rolling on Friday, and she eventually got involved in that project so much that she left her job. Yeah. And we decided to kind of, like, you know, join forces, and we made the film together, and that's where we are one time editor Demi and Fenton. So the whole kind of like avengers team. Assembled under this one idea of, hey, let's do a documentary, and we did it, and it came out, and we premiered at the LA film festival in two thousand and four and sold it. And that was really the beginning for us getting into this business amazing clearly, I did not do enough of my research. I did not know that you guys were a couple as well which is great because my wife and I had met doing. She was doing features work over in the UK. And then south East Asia, which is where we met ride been filming a documentary. And so this is great to know that we're speaking filmmaking couple of filmmaking. Couple very exciting. Indeed. All right. Sheena. Tell me about some of your beginning with with film and documentary, I experience documentary was really working with rob school with, with Don. I you know, I an English major in college and had worked and local, so but television production, but, you know, it really didn't start until I started working for the greater Philadelphia film office, which is done said, kind of, it's the Phillies. Mission kind of acts, like a free producer for visiting productions. And that's how I kind of out of produce, and it's done said he was just, you know, trying to get his creative juices flowing again. And I was helping out at night, and on weekends as much as I could and got involved enough to quit my job. And, you know, we started to, to work together, I guess, fortunately, or, unfortunately, we sold our first film, which made us think we could make a living at this and here we are. Exactly, exactly. I'm curious as you're making your doc films. How many films might you guys have in development at one time, the reason why I asked that is because I think one of the struggles that a lot of including myself and a lot of other filmmakers have is often, we spent so much time on her doc film that by the time we get through the entire process that at the end of it. Suddenly, we're left realizing. Oh, shoot. I didn't start development on any of the next ones. And so there's this large gap between duck films so Sheena maybe you can give me some idea what kind of strategy you guys are putting in place to kind of continue moving with your duck films. And so you don't have that lifetime between films. Yeah, of course. And, and that's a lesson that we learned the hard way early on where we would spend all our time, you know, making one film, and then like you said, you know, oh, she what do we do? Now. We made another movie. It really took a couple of years. For us to kind of get enough project rolling that we felt like we could have, you know, a couple of things going at once I think, I think not being afraid to start something and stop when, you know, it doesn't work has helped, you know, at this point ten years fifteen years. Yeah, we're fifteen years later, because I think we officially incorporated in two thousand three so like sixteen years later. I think we have twelve projects and development right now really is just three of us. It's, it's done knee. And in our editor, and of course, we pick up, you know, people as we go, and have been really lucky to have some great assistant editors. But at the core. No, that's it. And we have supplemented here and there with some corporate work in commercials, and things like that. But really, it's just trying to, you know, keep a lot of plates spinning. What, what does that look like you know what can you recommend in terms of advice for doc, filmmaker who is mired in the midst of their of their documentary project, and maybe their their their their past? Maybe they're they're deep into post production, right. And they're looking forward to getting their film out into the world. What can they be doing during that time? And or should they be doing it way before that time to kinda start anticipating what the next films might be? And you share a little advice with us in the best approaches to do that. I won't say and I don't mean this in, in any like derogatory sense. But I think that a lot of times, the, the mistakes that young filmmakers, Megan they have to be made a certain way. And they have to be done a certain way in order for you to kind of learn to kind of, of. And I and I mean that in, in, in the most positive way because as she said, that's it took us three and a half. Maybe by the time we were doing art of the steal was. The first time that we had an additional film going on Cheney Asli. It was last days, here, it was a passion project so it wasn't anything. We getting money for paid for. So, you know, we were the artists was was being funded. You know, we were working on that, but really what it comes down to. I think this is the this is my, my partying, you're the bit of wisdom that you have when you get a little older, and you've made a few documentaries, as you start to understand how to make documentaries. And I mean that in the sense that, you know, the mistake that young foam at young documentary filmmakers, make is they shoot and shoot and shoot and shoot. And they don't stop shooting. Right. And I think once you learn how hey you don't have to shoot all the time. You really can get a sense of where the story's going early on. You pick your spots, you figure out, like, hey, I don't need to be like, you know, this, this project is not good going to gobble me up for a year where I'm just gonna be like gone, and filming this thing. And that's frankly the only. The way that you can have multiple properties going on, is, you know, with, with documentaries, you're usually filing wouldn't depending on the store your following your life, and your in your embedded in characters lives. And, you know, the you don't have to be filming every day to be baking documentary. So once you and there's a lot of times, you know, certainly in our experience. But I was Suman in most people's experiences making docs, is there's lows there's, there's, there's sometimes weeks, sometimes months where there's nothing going on with the story. And, and so those are the moments where you can really start to look at, like, okay, I can be and should be developing something else because I'm still working on this thing. And we know that, like, you know, all of June is pretty much like nothing much is going on. So we can kind of and maybe, we'll have to pick up a few days here and there, but ultimately, I can get going on something else. And that's and that comes from being able to do it being able to understand how to make docs efficiently. Yeah. And in compactly. Because, you know, that's the only way frankly, that you can make any kind of living is the budgets for these docs. Nobody's nobody's handing over ten million dollars for you to make documentaries. So, you know, you really do have to figure out whatever budget that you have you have to figure out how to make it stretch and make it work for you. And then ultimately start building off of that. You know you have a project going on cool, and then let's get another project going on. And then all of a sudden, you have to two and a half hour just going on and stuff in development, and you can start to, you know, you know, you could start to actually make a living. One thing I would add, it kinda have to find your tribe. Also, I if Don were just the one, and then I don't know that he could have all these projects going at the same time. You know, I think the fact that be and done in our editor debbie-ann or this kind of court team and our roles bleed into each other, and we can hand things off to each other, and one crew, we divided or so to speak allows us to do that. So finding you know, these trusted partners that you can collaborate with kind of allows you to freedom and the flexibility to have a few things going at one feature has made very does life. Got cocaine hot chicks. Outbuildings thatch Reagan FBI. To introduce the. Number of people have been wanting to do my life. Be laurie. John.

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"john delorean" Discussed on The Documentary Life

The Documentary Life

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"john delorean" Discussed on The Documentary Life

"A hold of he had spent decades making himself hard to find again, not going to reveal details here. Secondly, as it turns out, he was a pretty shrewd businessman. So even when we pleaded to him five years ago, and his close friend pleaded to him on our behalf. He was very, very hesitant to let us film with him, and it was going to cost us a little dough which, by the way is not something I tend to get wrapped up in paying any of our subjects, and he kind of money. I've just never wanted to go down that shady road with any of my doc subjects not that I have any extra budget to be playing around with to begin with. But he was one of two people that I've ever filmed that insisted that he be paid something for his time. And so whenever I'm up against the sort of thing I turned to my most trusted fix. Sir. Translator friend Kaisa. And like I said, Kaiser has been doing this long enough that he understands the situation it gets, why it might be a strange sort of thing for doc film, to offer up cash to someone. And he also knows that doc films by nature don't have much in the way of a budget, but try explaining this to someone from Cambodian province, who lives in a wooden house on stilts, and who supplies. He and his family with food from the minimal vegetable. Patch in few chickens that he has roaming around is yard, try explaining this to this person as you're holding a sixteen thousand dollar camera on your shoulder, wearing fancy looking sunglasses, and impressive looking hiking boots. So this is the sort of moment, where I rely on Kaisa to weave his magic or use his Mojo if you will, which he had done in his usual, graceful way, and had managed to talk Mr. Cayo down to about seventy five dollars for the day on top of that. He made sure to let Mr Guy. Oh, no. That the seventy. Five dollars was not payment for his being in our documentary film, which was certainly not a Hollywood film, with a Hollywood budget that in fact that money was a kind donation from director, Chris for Kayo seen.

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"john delorean" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"john delorean" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"It was good. It was interesting. And he was John DeLorean in the dock that Laurien guy, and he put all the prosthetics on and everything like that. And I said like at a certain point just that much time in the makeup chair with people like applying things. But I also wonder never thought about it. 'cause I've said, we're gonna the producers on carcasses right if you wanna check that out. So here's something to think about talking about, like Jim Carrey, and I was like four hours, five hours a day. The Grinch or whatever. And then when I go to a show the makeup chairs like a big part of what ideal, I, I like I do my own hair, just put the gel in my hair. Now this coming just put a little powder, just put a little powder, and then what is it? So what's going on, like psychologically for me versus Jim Carey sits, I can't imagine sitting there for five hours or out bowl? I couldn't imagine sitting in the chair for three hours. Also, you're not worth the time and. Something going on because there's something about Jim Carey's wiring must like the people working on him. There's something about me that's unacceptable this way too much. So I guess I don't know but anyway, Baldwin was DeLorean, and it's an it's an interesting story. So and also, I think Baldwin's getting roasted I make all that do he's the next one. Yeah. Yeah. Mike. One of those Mike August things. He's like, hey, you should roast Alec Baldwin, and I'm like, okay. But I'm busy man, like I'm really busy..

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"john delorean" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"john delorean" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"My wife was your sister in law said the brothers were there, too. Yeah. On a second. He's at a event, a party or things right now, Chris, now, Christmas, Christmas, Christmas, and may now he yeah. He's and he sensing something's wrong. And I don't know how that sensing information's being withheld from him like people are not being. Animated with him or spontaneous. You could pick up on I get that. But I don't sense there's information or whatever and then because they're not telling him this information at the party or ever he's angry. Enter nice and, and you know, until I just curious what your opinion might be about because I've told people storing this, they can't believe it, you know that my relatives would withhold nothing like that. You're not you're, you're way he's saying it's, it's relative her brother, her brothers. No, I've said this is third time. It was it was my brothers to two of my younger. Brothers another one Who Wasn't There. But knew that she'd also contact. Yeah. Brothers and their, their sister scared. Their wives. Yeah. I just wonder what you thought about. It's a little bizarre. It depends. What your relationship with your brothers? It's also a lot of times, people don't want to get involved with things between husband and wife, especially it's true. And they don't say things because they just don't want to get involved. But, but it is it is a little peculiar that at least one of the brothers didn't pull him aside and go, hey, man. Everything. Okay. But it's, it's also skip. I'm not sure why you're reliving this, or I don't wanna say fixated, but I will say this is way in your rear view mirror, and you've moved on, and I get it's a feels like a betrayal. And we've kinda was we've all we've all been through versions of this. But why not just kind of put it in your past building? I have but it's, it's something I've, you know, I don't sit much. So what else do with these guys? That's why. Well, here's, here's my feelings skip. And I really, I really have this feeling but it's nuance. There's a lot of stuff going on, and we couldn't process all that is going on in the period of time. We have the par- you have, you know, you're a guy who likes to go in and settle people's hash or straighten things out. Who knows what that means and we don't have enough time to define how people perceive and how it's perceived. And also, we don't know what the actual event was of climate was who knows if people thought there'd be shouting match in the middle of a Christmas party. You know what I mean? So I, I give people the benefit of the doubt, just going, I, I'm sure they didn't wanna get volved. Yeah. Now, there may be much more to it. We will never know I would suggest that you while you don't fixate on it. I would suggest that you sort of chalk it up to people are people aren't bad as much as their week. You know, once people that is a rather profound statement. Hold on slowdown retroactively. There you go. There you go. Oh, I, I am the more I drill down on this more realize that everyone is weak everyone lacks character and they're not bad, but the weakness makes them engage in bad. I'll tell you about John DeLorean in a minute. Okay. I talked cars go. Of course you wanted to Laurie truecar every car has a story borth the Lawrence got a story, man..

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"john delorean" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"john delorean" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Moral class cars and critically acclaimed. Dresses. Yeah. We'll issue vs. Right. Everybody has them now. I mean every company has the all of the same, you've got to really look carefully for that logos important because without that you can't tell the difference. Yeah. And. It's very hard to get one. I found a General Motors. When I worked back through my first job was GM in Detroit. Was that marketing and finance and the executives have a lot of say as to what goes into production. So all those cars are going to production or not necessarily the ones that designers and the engineers were like to see out there. In fact, I've been in many meetings with in GM where the marketing and sales department says, well, if you make it to new and exciting where frayed the old people won't buy it sales. And then there was at that time actually worked with the new John DeLorean. He was still a GM, and he and the Pontiac group says, well, that's not right at all, if they said, if you build and design a car that young people like in a young man likes the old man will buy it because he wants to look young young. You know, we don't design cars for old people, expect young people to buy old man's car the other way around, and, you know, with all this great philosophy GM still in bankrupt because they weren't innovate. Meeting enough to beat the Japanese and now, now we're in competition with the Chinese unbelievable. But what's even more? Unbelievable to me is now it's bunker, Bradley tour. How do you make that move? Isn't one of those things that if you can design a beautiful car? You can also design a beautiful dress. In a way, it is. If you I think of myself as a designer not necessarily an artist or stylus, but a designer so with design there's, there's a lot of components. There's styled function function is very important and manufacturing certainly in the car industry, you know, manufacturing. We print on demand. We manufacture dresses, and to buy demand. Do according we don't we don't print hundred. We're not in the business of doing high volume make ten thousand dresses, put them in a warehouse and try to flog him for two years. You know, we're, we're making actually making functional dresses that make a woman look slimmer. They have less parts and pieces there quicker to make their easier to manufacture the made out of material and industrial material that nobody uses in fashion industry. So when I went into design, I had a partner Roslin, who is new lot about fashion, and fashion design, and where it worldly. And so we team up together to do a unique line of dresses, really and coats and pants which they're actually functional. They make women look slimmer than like they've lost ten twenty pounds. I like that. Can you do that for? Sure. We've got a formula, so you use a design formula. So whatever it is for me. Car or it's someone's brand or the fashion. It's, it's all kind of a design process. It's it comes down to for me. Not our, but I've looked at your sewing. You can sit there and get a canvas to do whatever you want. Will you gotta canvas to? But you're very you've also got a set of instructions that it has for me. It's it's it is artistic it has to have look beautiful and everything affects the overall, illusion or appearance, but it's a car dress. So the colors the place for another graphics, the shape of the dress, and where you put the accents, the strap everything combined to give you a total image. And we want every woman that wears dresses to look better feel better, and have other people compliment than and that's what happens soon as I step out the door. They get these compliments because we pay attention to all those little details with the fabrics, the shine the style graphics colors where the colors are placed and all that together with Rosza styling on how to wear those undergo. Garments. So you're not sagging and droopy woman puts everything in a right place, and it's, it's, it's like a makeover of more than putting on a dress mansion. Women are pretty excited about it. And fortunately. Get this, when you come to Vegas, but the first place, I know you want people to go if they're interested in it, and they really should be this incredible stuff. There is your websites where where's the website? Yeah. They can find us at bunker Bradley could tour dot com and it's quite an extensive site. You can you can use a wish list in a blog, and we've got three to four hundred different garments by garments. Tanktop dresses, three-quarters, sleeve, got Palazzo pants straight leg pants tops. Swing coats, these little wraps. You can you can wear with other people's garments. Oh, yeah. We've got five different sizes, and we even offer a service, they can pick a neckline or a him link. They won because we're gonna make the dress to their specifications. You will hear more from bunker, Bradley in just a moment. Living.

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"john delorean" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"john delorean" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Do we handle the new Supra knowing that the old Supra was only kind of cool if you either modified it or made it lasts a really long time. So what do we want to say about the new super and sorry, Patrick before we drive it? You know, what will make the new super appropriate to us in Tuesay's? Knowing that we can't test for durability. Anyone wanna throw something at that? Or is that there's there's there's another problem though. And that is the super with everybody's in love with that this can't possibly compete with his essential a height machine beyond its station. Okay. Because of the people that tune it, and then because I hate to say this because the fast and furious movies. It becomes this icon. That is untouchable thing that I don't care what the super sitting outside. This building was going to be it could never possibly measure up. And yet the clips hasn't go figured. So this this is the problem, we're we're dealing. We're dealing with a car that has grown beyond it self. So that's something that the current super. I don't I honestly, even if it's the greatest car I've driven tomorrow there will be haters because the other one has gone way beyond what it actually was in the minds of the consumer. I like that. That's excellent. As actually I went else. I would also say that the aftermarket support for that last generation super didn't exist when it was new it took a couple years for the aftermarket at least in the US market to catch up. So the nine hundred horsepower twelve hundred horsepower, the fifteen hundred dollars power super that did seven second quarter miles didn't have right when that car was new it took some time. To echo what our everyday driver friend said. At the presentation, we had the story. I don't know if he's going every way Jack hall us who's a longtime Toyota executive runs the Toyota brand, America. Now he used to run science. But he's been this company almost thirty years. He says to us, you know, Supra did. Okay. And then is it was his that was over news did okay sales wise, and if you look at their sales numbers like every ninety three this plummeted because the price went up because emission certification, whatever eight did. Okay. But what all those cars were priced out of existing right? But what changed for the super heave? And said was fast the furious. He was and that was three years after we discontinued the car, we dizzy cheated next door. Dory. The only reason members Laureus the future. I just listen to the John DeLorean dolla. Do you goes to the dollar? If you don't listen the doll, you should Merican history podcast. It's fucking great ethnic. It's really funny, and they just didn't John DeLorean one. It's extrordinary aware that it was a fucking lunatic. Learned that as an outlet store that who was also the myth. You have John DeLorean easily the great man who challenged GM lost. That's bullshit. Who's fucking? Psycho. He was like Elon Musk instead of like saving the world. I wanna bang as many underage hookers. Like can that his Lee was and I'm a DeLorean fan, and he was a Griff ter-. Three thriftier becoming out. Is Alec Baldwin John DeLorean? Yes. Oh my God. There's nobody there's no better. Except maybe Stephen bulb. Well, that's the smoking podcast live where the salamander resort salamanders Zoheir. We all very Virginia. Patrick Georgia Jellab Jason fence. Give engineer explain Mark. I don't even know your last name savage east. Don't matter. Jim Resnick Paulin Todd everyday driver. It's an all star smoke entire podcast. I think we should make this thing. This was fun. We're gonna have to figure out a better audio solution. But this was not an his was. No, this is spent as we'll do it again. Thank you. All thank you all for listening. I'm sorry. There's no video, but you know, what that's booking life and I had to shit. So that was great. That was great good night. You you you? You fucking fuck spike..

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Alleged Golden State Killer's former boss: He was an average cop

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:08 min | 4 years ago

Alleged Golden State Killer's former boss: He was an average cop

"President trump blamed senate democrats who released a two page compilation of the accusations yesterday i think in one way it's showing how bad how obstructionist these democrats are disgrace what's happening but republicans were also concerned about claims that jackson was abusive to staffers and too often drunk on the job beyond that his lack of leadership experience gave many in the gop pause steven portnoy cbs news the white house in new york the judge handling materials seized from president trump's personal lawyer has appointed a former manhattan federal judge to sort it all out judge kimba wood says barbara jones has the right amount of experience to handle the items taken from attorney michael cohen's office apartment and hotel room earlier this month prosecutors say those rates resulted from an investigation into possible fraud and the judge says the government and cohen's lawyers agreed a socalled special master is the best way to determine which items should be off limits to federal investigators meantime plans are being made to turn the harvey weinstein sexual misconduct scandal into a movie brad pitt's production company and another outfit have now acquired the film rights the movie will center on how the new york times broke the story it was the work of two times reporters who helped to spark the metoo movement and last week earned them a pulitzer prize wbz news time one twentyone in california police in sacramento say they have arrested the golden state killer they say their suspect is seventy two year old joseph diangelo he's a former police officer who lost his job for shoplifting he's accused of a series of brutal rapes and murders in the seventies and eighties and former auburn police chief nick willik what's deangelis boss from nineteen seventy six to nineteen seventy nine and he says he remembers him as just an average cop there was nothing really you know while he was working at the auburn police department that would say that you know he was a mass murderer serial rapist burglar police say dna evidence finally helped to catch him and the widow of car inventor john delorean is filing a lawsuit against universal studios you might know the delorean from that little movie called back to the future doc are you telling me that you built a time machine.

John Delorean Deangelis Nick Willik Auburn Sacramento California Harvey Weinstein Attorney Manhattan President Trump Steven Portnoy GOP Universal Studios Auburn Police Department Shoplifting Joseph Diangelo Pulitzer Prize