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"kelly blue" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:45 min | Last week

"kelly blue" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I've Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom. We'll see if stocks could regain some ground going into the new trading week. Worries about interest rate hikes and inflation triggering this past week sell off. And one place here not seeing much inflation these days. So is the used car lot. Bride moody is executive editor at Kelly blue book. He says it's all about supply demand right now. They're just more used cars available. Meantime why CEO Zach Chevy says all this is putting buyers in the driver's seat on these used car transactions. Wholesale used card prices have declined a lot. And by a lot, I mean double digits in the past three months. Ultimately, that has led to an incredible opportunity for retail customers you and me to go negotiate card deals. And a full on U.S. recession would trigger an even bigger drop in used vehicle prices. New York City, preparing for its first ever sale of bonds explicitly earmarked to tackle social issues. More on that from Bloomberg's Larry coski. Denise, a $1.4 billion bond sale planned for next month includes $400 million to address the city's deepening housing crisis. The mayor's office says the proceeds are expected to finance more than 3000 affordable housing units. The remaining $950 million will be used for general capital purposes. Denise, thank you, Larry. Security being beefed up at New York City's synagogues for the high holidays. The NYPD says there will also be additional security that you don't see. A New York Republican gubernatorial candidate Lee zeldin sees a road to victory through Brooklyn. He's the underdog in the race against incumbent Democrat Kathy hochul. But The New York Times says Zelda was treated like a rockstar by hasidic Jewish communities during appearances this past week. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. In the newsroom, I'm Denise Pellegrini. This is Bloomberg. This is balance and power with David Weston. Russia realizes that it's been further isolated and ostracized as a result of what it's doing in Ukraine. I'm still in the category that thinks that our withdrawal from the trans Pacific partnership was a serious strategist where the world of politics meets the world of business. Across the board, all colleges need some accountability. It's not just a few bad actors. This is a fed committed to restoring price stability, even if that causes pain. Balance of power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio. Coming up this hour, I'll talk to California governor Gavin Newsom about his aggressive climate goals and whether he's willing to risk energy security to go green. And former

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"kelly blue" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"kelly blue" Discussed on WTOP

"Mind album. 31 year old Spencer elden argued 30 years later, but the iconic photo of him drifting naked in a pool had been a form of sexual exploitation. The judge wrote in his ruling that because elden learned about the album cover more than ten years ago, he waited too long to file his lawsuit, making his claims untimely. Money news of 25 and 55 here's Jeff claw. We are planning our fall vacations and Expedia searches are up 40% from this time last year. It's also cheaper September airfares are roughly 45% lower than the summer months, international airfares are about 30% lower, fall is called the shoulder season. Expedia says the best days for departure for the lowest airfares are Tuesday and Wednesday. When it comes to luxury cars, BMW kept the top spot as the most shopped brand in the U.S. in the second quarter, it has been number one for three years, although Kelly blue book says Lexus briefly overtook the top spot at the end of 2021, Cadillac was the second most shocked luxury vehicle in the second quarter, helped by the introduction of its first electric vehicle, Mercedes Benz saw a slight decline in buyer interest last quarter. Jeff claywell, WTO news. Just to head the person who is now set to be Britain's new prime minister, ten 56. Okay, guys, we gotta put our trays up for takeoff. Where's dad? Oh, he's in the back. We could only get three seats together. Daddy asked my pillow. He'll get it later. Can you not put your feet up, please? Why aren't we going? We must be in line for takeoff. White security. Well, that was a different line. I have to go. We just sat down. But I have to go. The seatbelt signs on. Why aren't

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"kelly blue" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:16 min | 2 months ago

"kelly blue" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Shelley Adler. And the search continues for Jimmy Hoffa. The FBI says it's found no evidence of the missing teamsters fostering a search of land under a New Jersey bridge, the pulaski skyway. Another dead end in a mystery that stretched from the east coast to a Michigan horse farm. In 1975. I'm Ben Thomas EP news. This is 8 20 a.m., W CPT, willow springs, and streaming worldwide at WCT 8 20 dot com. We are Chicago's progressive chalk, where facts matter. Now, UW CPG 8 20, Chicago traffic updates. Air Chicago fills the neighborhood 18th street is shut down with the Carpenter and Morgan as police investigate reported shooting, close your Milwaukee avenue on the north side, Alana, to north avenue and Damon for wicker park fest. Northwell tries to attract a little bit heavy St. Charles to the grand avenue curve. Otherwise, it's always a little bit lighter than usual. West on I 80 has delay from the Grange road before Parker with a crash at the right lane. Seeing delays on the inbound Kennedy expressway starting at canfield. It's 26 minutes, so hair to downtown up on 32. The amount of Eisenhower delay started say Charles 38 minutes three 90 to downtown up on 30. Stevenson 52 minutes from the veterans memorial. If you saw the lakeshore drive, that's traffic, I'm Taliban. Kelly blue book isn't cash offers an official offer to buy your car. Enter your vehicle ID info. Answer some questions. Then get a new obligation offered to sell or trade it. Then choose a dealer to purchase your car. Schedule a time and drive away with confidence for all of the it. KBB dot com it. Forget popsicles and pools, the best way to stay cool this summer behind the wheel of a new Porsche from the Porsche exchange in highland park, browse this summer's hottest models, including favorites like the Cayenne macan, Panamera, the 9 11 and the fully electric taycan special order your Porsche today and stay cool this summer. Or stop in for a test drive at the Porsche exchange in highland park. Visit four Porsche dot com the number four Porsche dot com.

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"kelly blue" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:27 min | 4 months ago

"kelly blue" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"To increase production at a number of its plants in the Midwest while some of that money will go toward a couple of traditional gas burning models Ford is also planning to significantly significantly increase its production of electric vehicles demand for EVs is amped up Michael Reagan is senior editor at Bloomberg news and he's here to talk about it hi Mike Hi So the big focus of this investment seems to be on EVs What are Ford's goals For electric vehicle production Yes so their strategy is to really ramp up production to about 1 million electric vehicles by the year 2026 And to put that into perspective then we produce about 27,000 last year And that's 2 million That would be more than all of the cars they sold Yeah that's huge It's a big ambition yep So I have a 2017 Chevy Volt and just about every other day I get offers from dealers near me trying to buy it off my hands for more money than Kelly blue book says that it is worth What is happening with demand for EVs right now Well the demand is very strong but also it's this whole supply chain issue around the world especially with computer chips which is really curtailed the production of electric vehicles So it's kind of a supply and demand issue There is strong demand and the automakers just aren't able to produce enough vehicles to meet that demand because of this computer chip shortage So the Ford says this investment will create more than 6000 union jobs Is this helpful for them as they go into any kind of negotiations with the united auto workers union Yes they do have about a year ago before they are set to negotiate a new four year contract with the UAW And the thinking is that this may appease you mean a little bit because Ford had moved some production to Mexico out of the U.S. and this is kind of seen as a bit of an olive branch to the union saying look we are committed to keeping production in these Midwestern states which by the way not all states in the U.S. are friendly to unions as say Michigan and some of these other states where Ford is expanding Although is this considered a big win for Michigan Most of the jobs will go getting about half of these new jobs Yeah I think any sort of continued investment in the auto industry in Michigan is considered a win Obviously historically it's been the epicenter of U.S. auto production and that is slightly been eroded over time But for a company like Ford to make this commitment I think the people of Michigan would consider it a win Okay so the U.S. is one of a few countries that's trying to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050 You've already said that demand for electric vehicles is really strong Is it strong enough for automakers to produce enough vehicles and meet that carbon emissions goal Right So it's 2050 is 28 years away There's a long time to meet that goal but you're absolutely right is the question is will the demand match the supply And how does a company like this sort of make that transition The one thing I would say is with gas prices as high as they are It really expands the appeal of electric vehicles beyond sort of the core customer who.

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"kelly blue" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:52 min | 6 months ago

"kelly blue" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"New York international auto show off and running this weekend for the first time in two years things though Tim are a little bit different this year Video manager at Cox automotive and Kelly blue book follows all things cars He joined us in our studio just after walking the floor at the javits center So in years past you know you'd walk to different areas of the auto show and it was just a wall after wall of so many boosts of static vehicles and they've kind of changed that So if you go downstairs now they've got a track and you can get in you can ride in the vehicles even upstairs What I know I know indoor vehicles and this is what you can do when you have electric cars I was gonna say are these internal combustion engines that are inside the javits center There are not This is part of the electric vehicle revolution wherein you can have vehicles and not asphyxiate yourself while motoring around the auto show Well Micah talked us about this EVs We've been talking about it for years but what's different Is this the first time the show has done that You know that focus on EVs and especially driving this is a new thing And really precipitated by a couple of different things Item number one is that there's just more vehicles available There's really this proliferation right now I can tell because when I go in new vehicle launches I drive all the new stuff There's a lot more electric happening In fact if you go upstairs over to the Hyundai booth they have dedicated a large section of that area to an experience where you can ride in their new ionic 5 electric cars And in fact I drove the ionic 5 recently and it's super cool It's a really neat one thing It's one thing to be seeing these things at the auto show It's another thing to actually put a deposit down and wait for that electric vehicle to arrive Because it got to tell you My dad is still waiting for his mock E it has been months at this point In fact he's actually gotten some very interesting emails from Ford about updates when it comes to basically we have no idea when you're getting your car As a Bronco owner I'm familiar with those kinds of updates but yes so that it really keys into one of the big issues right now with electric cars and anything electrified even hybrids They are the ones with the tightest constraints in terms of supply And so there's a lot of interest in electric cars right now There's huge demand and they just can not meet that demand Is that because of what's going on more broadly with supply chains or something specific to EVs and I also do wonder about manufacturers be very careful I'm thinking about just in time inventory and all that good stuff making sure that they're not over producing Yeah I think there are a couple of different dynamics at play I mean just getting the production up to speed for these new kinds of vehicles is a challenge in and of itself And then if you think about the vehicles like the one I was driving the Hyundai ionic 5 or I also drove the Kia EV 6 recently part of being an electric car is not just being electrified but it's also looking electrified and giving an electrified experience and having big screens and advanced technology and driver assist systems and all of that stuff requires those microchips that are still in such short supply Okay so when do we start to see you actually be able to buy an EV and get it When does this supply chain start to Walk in the showroom get the car I mean that's how it used to work with vehicles until you know Until that's Elon dude right Well yeah I guess Elon when it comes to actually walking into a showroom and walking out with a car right You're doing that online now with Tesla Yeah so the dynamic that we have now is that some dealers will get you a vehicle if you've got a lot of money to spend over MSRP So it really depends on how much you want to spend and how much you're willing to wait But the supply chain should start to open up Everything I'm hearing is going into 2023 That's when the microchip shortage is just going to start to mellow So it's not like this is a short term dynamic We are kind of stuck with it But so that kind of leads to an interesting dynamic that we've seen at Cox automotive We did some research in the coffee before you walked in here I am right now Watch my videos I am always like this But I love it I love it I'm just like wow I'm going to dial it back like 20% You don't be comfortable while I'm doing nothing Go to a hundred It's cool What we had noticed in our Cox automotive study is that people are willing 42% of shoppers are willing to delay their purchase and I have two great anecdotes for that So does that mean they're making the order of their ordering their vehicle and waiting until it will arrive And oftentimes they're doing that just because the vehicles aren't available it will or because they can find a dealership that will sell at MSRP but only if they wait It's one thing to do that if you're a Lamborghini right When we talk to Lamborghini's CEO mister winkleman yesterday And he said that their time for waiting for a Lamborghini if you're a customer who puts an order and it went from you know roughly 7 to 8 months which is pretty typical for Lamborghini up to a year at this point but he's not concerned about people going elsewhere because hey if you want a Lamborghini you're going to wait for Lamborghini But does this can you say the same thing about cars that are more of a commodity Yes Yes you can My friend Mary who lives in Denver put in an order like three days ago for a Toyota rav four prime That's their plugin hybrid She was told it was going to be either 8 months to two years So yeah People will wait That's Michael musio video manager at Cox automotive and Kelly.

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"kelly blue" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:59 min | 6 months ago

"kelly blue" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg businessweek So we've been talking about the New York international auto show off and running this weekend for the first time in two years things that Tim are a little bit different this year Micah musio video manager at Cox automotive and Kelly blue book follows all things cars He joined us in our studio just after walking the floor at the javits center So in years past you know you'd walk to different areas of the auto show and it was just wall after wall of so many booths of static vehicles and they've kind of changed that So if you go downstairs now they've got a track and you can get in you can ride in the vehicles even upstairs I know I know indoor vehicles and this is what you can do when you have electric cars I was gonna say are these internal combustion engines that are inside the javits center There are not This is part of the electric vehicle revolution wherein you can have vehicles and not asphyxiate yourself while motoring around the auto show Well Micah talk to us about this EVs We've been talking about it for years but what's different Is this the first time the show has done that You know that focus on EVs and especially driving this is a new thing And really participated by a couple of different things Item number one is that there's just more vehicles available There's really this proliferation right now I can tell because when I go in new vehicle launches I drive all the new stuff There's a lot more electric happening In fact if you go upstairs over to the Hyundai booth they have dedicated a large section of that area to an experience where you can ride in their new ionic 5 electric cars And in fact I drove the ionic 5 recently and it's super cool It's a really neat one thing It's one thing to be seeing these things at the auto show It's another thing to actually put a deposit down and wait for that electric vehicle to arrive My dad is still waiting for his Mach-E it has been months at this point In fact he's actually gotten some very interesting emails from Ford about updates when it comes to basically we have no idea when you're getting your car As a Bronco owner I'm familiar with those kinds of updates but yeah so that it really keys into one of the big issues right now with electric cars and anything electrified even hybrids They are the ones with the tightest constraints in terms of supply And so there's a lot of interest in electric cars right now There's huge demand and they just can not meet that demand Is that because of what's going on more broadly with supply chains or something specific to EVs and I also do wonder about manufacturers being very careful I'm thinking about just in time inventory and all that good stuff making sure that they're not over producing Yeah I think there are a couple of different dynamics at play I mean just getting the production up to speed for these new kinds of vehicles is a challenge in and of itself And then if you think about the vehicles like the one I was driving the Hyundai ionic 5 or I also drove the Kia EV 6 recently part of being an electric car is not just being electrified but it's also looking electrified and giving electrified experience and having big screens and advanced technology and driver assist systems and all of that stuff requires those microchips that are still in such short supply Okay so when do we start to see you actually be able to buy an EV and get it When does this supply chain start to Walk in the showroom get the car Well yeah I mean that's how it used to work with vehicles until Elon dude right Well yeah I guess Elon when it comes to actually walking into a showroom and walking out with a car right You're doing that online now with Tesla Yeah so the dynamic that we have now is that some dealers will get you a vehicle if you've got a lot of money to spend over MSRP So it really depends on how much you want to spend and how much you're willing to wait But the supply change should start to open up Everything I'm hearing is going into 2023 that's when the microchip shortage is just going to start to mellow So it's not like this is a short term dynamic We are kind of stuck with it But so that kind of leads to an interesting dynamic that we've seen Cox automotive We did some research in the coffee before you walked in here I am right now Watch my videos I am always like this But I love it I love it I'm just like wow I'm going to dial it back like 20% You don't you guys to be comfortable while I'm doing my thing Go to a hundred it's cool What we had noticed in our Cox automotive study is that people are willing 42% of shoppers are willing to delay their purchase And I have two great anecdotes for that So does that mean they're making the order They're ordering their vehicle and waiting until it will arrive And oftentimes they're doing that just because the vehicles aren't available it will or because they can find a dealership that will sell at MSRP but only if they wait It's one thing to do that if you're a Lamborghini right And we talked to Lamborghini's CEO mister vincom yesterday And he said that their time for waiting for a Lamborghini if you're a customer who puts an order and it went from you know roughly 7 to 8 months which is pretty typical for Lamborghini up to a year at this point but he's not concerned about people going elsewhere because hey if you want a Lamborghini you're going to wait for Lamborghini But can you say the same thing about cars that are more of a commodity Yes Yes you can My friend Mary who lives in Denver put in an order like three days ago for a Toyota rav four prime That's their plugin hybrid She was told it was going to be either 8 months to two years So yeah people will wait That's Michael Museo video manager at Cox automotive and Kelly blue book You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek still ahead We wrap up with a.

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"kelly blue" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:51 min | 6 months ago

"kelly blue" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And running this weekend for the first time in two years things that Tim are a little bit different this year Micah musio video manager at Cox automotive and Kelly blue book follows all things cars He joined us in our studio just after walking the floor at the javits center So in years past you know you'd walk to different areas of the auto show and it was just a wall after wall of so many booths of static vehicles and they've kind of changed that So if you go downstairs now they've got a track and you can get in you can ride in the vehicles even upstairs What I know I know indoor vehicles and this is what you can do when you have electric cars I was gonna say are these internal combustion engines that are inside the javits center There are not This is part of the electric vehicle revolution wherein you can have vehicles and not asphyxiate yourself while motoring around the auto show Well Micah could talk to us about this EVs We've been talking about it for years but what's different Is this the first time the show has done that You know that focus on EVs and especially driving this is a new thing And really participated by a couple of different things Item number one is that there's just more vehicles available There's really this proliferation right now I can tell because when I go in new vehicle launches I drive all the new stuff There's a lot more electric happening In fact if you go upstairs over to the Hyundai booth they have dedicated a large section of that area to an experience where you can ride in their new ionic 5 electric cars And in fact I drove the ionic 5 recently and it's super cool It's a really neat it's one thing It's one thing to be seeing these things at the auto show It's another thing to actually put a deposit down and wait for that electric vehicle to arrive because it can tell you My dad is still waiting for his mock E it has been months at this point In fact he's actually gotten some very interesting emails from Ford about updates when it comes to basically we have no idea when you're getting your car As a Bronco owner I'm familiar with those kinds of updates but yes so that it really keys in to one of the big issues right now with electric cars and anything electrified even hybrids They are the ones with the tightest constraints in terms of supply And so there's a lot of interest in electric cars right now There's huge demand and they just can not meet that demand Is that because of what's going on brought more broadly with supply chains or something specific to EVs And I also do wonder about manufacturers being very careful I'm thinking about just in time inventory and all that good stuff making sure that they're not over producing Yeah I think there are a couple of different dynamics at play I mean just getting the production up to speed for these new kinds of vehicles is a challenge in and of itself And then if you think about the vehicles like the one I was driving the Hyundai ionic 5 or I also drove the Kia EV 6 recently part of being an electric car is not just being electrified but it's also looking electrified and giving an electrified experience and having big screens and advanced technology and driver assist systems And all of that stuff requires those microchips that are still in such short supply Okay so when do we start to see you actually be able to buy an EV and get it When does this supply chain start to Walk in the showroom get the car Drive it out I mean that's how it used to work with vehicles until Elon dude right Well yeah I guess Elon when it comes to actually walking into a showroom and walking out with a car right You're doing that online now with Tesla Yeah so the dynamic that we have now is that some dealers will get you a vehicle if you've got a lot of money to spend over MSRP So it really depends on how much you want to spend and how much you're willing to wait But the supply change should start to open up Everything I'm hearing is going into 2023 that's when the microchip shortage is just going to start to mellow So it's not like this is a short term dynamic We are kind of stuck with it So that kind of leads to an interesting dynamic that we've seen at Cox automotive We did some research into the coffee before you walked in here I am right now Watch my videos I am always like this But I love it I love it I'm just like wow I'm going to dial it back like 20% You don't have to be comfortable while I'm doing that Go to a hundred it's cool What we noticed in our Cox automotive studies is that people are willing 42% of shoppers are willing to delay their purchase And I have two great anecdotes for that So does that mean they're making the order They're ordering their vehicle and waiting until it will arrive And oftentimes they're doing that just because the vehicles aren't available it will work because they can find a dealership that will sell at MSRP but only if they wait It's one thing to do that if you're a Lamborghini right And we talked to Lamborghini's CEO mister vincom yesterday And he said that their time for waiting for a Lamborghini if you're a customer who puts an order and it went from you know roughly 7 to 8 months which is pretty typical for Lamborghini up to a year at this point but he's not concerned about people going elsewhere because hey if you want a Lamborghini you're going to wait for Lamborghini But can you say the same thing about cars that are more of a commodity Yes Yes you can My friend Mary who lives in Denver put in an order like three days ago for a Toyota rav four prime That's her plugin hybrid She was told it was going to be either 8 months to two years So yeah People will wait That's Michael muzzio video manager at Cox automotive and Kelly blue book.

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"kelly blue" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | 6 months ago

"kelly blue" Discussed on WTOP

"Clean electric grid would prevent 3500 premature deaths in the metro D.C. area Paul billings with the American lung association says the drop in pollution would also prevent over a 100,000 asthma attacks and a half million lost workdays between now and 2050 That's why he wants governments to make the change happen Every level of government can play a role easing this transition providing the incentives and providing the infrastructure Michelle Morello WTO news Money news at 25 and 55 here's Charlie pellet This is a Bloomberg money minute Auto buyers are finding the manufacturer's suggested retail price is now a floor rather than a ceiling Most consumers should go in are still having to pay sticker price There's almost no deal making going on David Welch wrote the story for Bloomberg news And what makes that tougher is during all of this even though auto executives have admonished viewers for doing that they too have jacked up prices over the past two years It used to be buyers and dealers would start with the MSRP and negotiate down from there And while no one wants to pay more for new vehicle Welch says there are plenty of reasons why car prices are selling for more than sticker We've had all of these different production issues whether it be supply chain issues shipping clogs it ports Obviously the semiconductor shortage the pandemic itself over those two years the average MSRP in the U.S. has gone up Almost 10% According to Kelly blue book the average sticker price on a non luxury car is now $41,500 from the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Charlie peloton WTO Coming up at least 6 dead in a shooting in California's capital It's 1156.

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"kelly blue" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:42 min | 7 months ago

"kelly blue" Discussed on KOMO

"Could save you thousands call 803 9 zero 58 70 That's 803 9 zero 58 70 A big North American Volkswagen recalled a fix a dangerous problem Volkswagen recalling more than 246,000 SUVs in the U.S. and Canada This after reports that nearly 50 drivers of Volkswagen SUVs told federal safety regulators that their vehicles unexpectedly engaged the brakes sometimes in traffic at speeds up to 70 miles an hour A faulty wiring harness is being blamed BW says the problem could also cause airbags to deploy later than they're supposed to during a crash The recall covering certain Atlas SUVs from the 2021 through 2023 model years as well as the 2020 through 2023 Atlas cross sport Dave packer ABC News The U.S. has a new national park in its one that shines a spotlight on a dark period in American history A machi is a former World War II Japanese American incarceration site in Colorado 10,000 acres of remote land The site was half built in 1942 when the first prisoners arrived at one point it housed 7500 Japanese Americans many who were U.S. citizens John hopper is a school teacher and president of the preservation society He has long fought to have the site preserved This is going to be a huge plus for the Japanese Americans that were animagi and their descendants Alex stone ABC News Wall Street's major indexes ended the day and the week higher This is ABC News It is 7 O four and we give you traffic every ten minutes on the fours from the dubin law group traffic center Here's Tama Fulton And Kirkland is still watching this crash westbound on northeast one 24 street near total Lake boulevard northeast causing a heavy backup for one 28th lane northeast In lacy that earlier crash southbound 5 at Pacific avenue has been cleared away but there is still some residual slowing from its leader Kinney road and in downtown Seattle Jane street remains closed in both directions between 8th avenue and 9th avenue due to fire activity in that area to avoid that area for the time being This report is sponsored by Kelly blue book Kelly blue book instant cash offer is an offer to buy your car enter your vehicle ID info answer some questions and then get a no obligation to offer to sell it or trade it For all of the its KBB dot com it our next northwest traffic at 7 14 Shannon O'Donnell now with your northwest weather forecast from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center Well hi everybody TGIF It's the final Friday of winter 2022 and it's going out okay We've got partly sunny skies highs in the low to the mid 50s pretty nice day for getting outdoors And it's.

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"kelly blue" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 7 months ago

"kelly blue" Discussed on KOMO

"Problems to report still a little bit lingering slowing northbound out of Seattle You're going to slow pretty much from one 45th off and on up to mount Lake terrorist where you'll hit that big bog down as you head up the hill there And then you're just going to have some company all the way up into south Everett and we're still seeing a lot of folks pretty much south Everett all the way up into Marysville but you're still only 42 minutes from Seattle Everett For that matter 42 minutes from Bellevue to Everett as well No big deal going on on the east side there Southbound still a little bit slowing happening out of Bellevue looking at southeast 8 pretty much past factoria and then on down to kennydale But boy just 24 minutes Bellevue to Renton And one other note inland what we're still dealing with the left lane blocked one 96th street southwest eastbound at 48 Semi truck had a problem earlier today Still leaking fuel or they're trying to clean that up So you just want to be aware of that if you're up in linwood And this report is sponsored by Kelly blue book Kelly blue book instant cash offer is an offer to buy your car Just enter your vehicle ID info answer some questions then get a no obligation offer to sell or trade it For all of the its KBB dot com it Our next northwest traffic at 6 34 And the weather outlook from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center the forecast is for a chance of showers tonight and tomorrow lows in the 40s highs will be hitting the mid 50s Rain on Saturday chance of showers coming through on Sunday Seattle now 50° to comb a 51 we have clouds and Everett 49 mainly cloudy at sea tank airport 49 salsa 49.

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"kelly blue" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"kelly blue" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Hill has more At a time when crime is spiking in major cities progressives on the hill are focused on criminal justice reform and speeding up the process of clemency for criminals And even though their democratic colleagues are concerned about the crime surge progressives are carrying on giving Republicans more political ammo as the GOP lays the blame for surging crime squarely on Democrats Congressional lawmakers are under pressure to do something about the jump in retail theft as 20 CEOs of the nation's largest retailers like target and Nordstrom sent a letter to Congress to pass the informed consumers act The informed consumers act aims to increase transparency from online marketplaces where items stolen and smash and grabs would be sold Car buyers are being hit with the highest prices ever Kelly blue book says the average car price hit a record last month of more than $46,000 A 13% jump from a year ago A combination of factors is driving up prices starting with a computer chip shortage which has cut automobile production And led automakers to use what chips they can get to build higher margin vehicles such as SUVs The plus side for buyers your trade ins worth more Helping cushion the sticker price for your next car Carmen Roberts Fox News November is all time average high marks the 8th straight record setting month for car prices A fire damage to German owned cargo vessel has been towed to a western Swedish port after a weeklong blaze that broke out on the North Sea when the ship's timber cargo caught fire boats from Denmark Norway helped to put out the blaze I joke here Fox News Coco real time traffic sponsored by Wendy's breakfast biscuit sandwich just $1 The coastline is where the slowing is now in north 5 you're in traffic dumo heights to Manchester That's because of an earlier accident Slowing now as you come southbound on the fire pass lost pull this in camp Pendleton to Carlsbad village drive and elsewhere these are moving along in very good shape.

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"kelly blue" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

10:06 min | 11 months ago

"kelly blue" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Can you partner with a company that has registration or ownership data? And in some instances to your example, it might even be partnering with somebody that has demographic information on makeup of household. So somebody like link and might come in and say, okay, we want to build a few audiences. We want to build one in audience that is made up of people that we know that have own link against for four plus years because they're probably in market now for a new luxury vehicle after being four or 5 years old. We're going to overlay that with that intent data so that we know it's they've owned a link in for four years plus they were just on a car configuration state configuring SUVs. And we may now add the element of we know they've been through a bunch of new parenting sites and are probably expecting a child. And so we're building our prospect audience out of those elements to hopefully get us to an audience that will drive people to a dealer to buy our test drive. Time to take a one minute break to hear from our sponsor HubSpot. The holiday season is upon us and it's time to think about what matters most in life. Real connections. And your personal life is probably means spending and hopefully enjoying some extra time with your spouse, kids, Friends, extended family, and at work, it's also a great time to think about making connections. Sure, it's not all Turkey and stuffing around the office, but there's always room for connections with your customers your team and of course your martech stack. And that's why the HubSpot CRM is ready to connect the dots for your business. And just like how I'm always tinkering with my recipe for mashed potatoes, HubSpot is always adding new ingredients for marketers, like their forecasting tool that gives a bird's eye view of your entire pipeline or their custom report builder that connects and converts your data into real-time reporting. If you're ready to learn how the HubSpot CRM platform can connect the dots for your business, go to HubSpot dot com. All right, here's the rest of today's interview. There's an interesting component of this that we haven't talked about, which is what's the relationship between the publishers and the data collector? Obviously you're paying the car configuration sites for access to that data. What are those relationships look like assuming you're able to talk about them? People are paying for access to that data. And I think that's where consumers might start to feel a little icky of like I went on to cars dot com or car gurus or Kelly blue book, thinking I was configuring my car using their site. And now there are non first party data users that are collecting and aggregating my data. How do those relationships work? Yes, the creepy factor having balanced the creepy factor. How do you not be a creep, but something as marketers need to keep in mind? Kind of a big deal. Yes, it's a good question. So commercial commercial model wise, thanks to pay revenue share for every piece of data that we sell for coming in from partner. So we capture piece of data. We sell that piece of data and a partner gets it percentage of the revenue that we make off of the data elements that they provide to us. In terms of the consumer, I wish I had a better answer, but if you take your Kelly blue book example or auto trader example somewhere in their day to day usage terms, they have language that says, we are reselling or making our data available to partners and that is what drives it open and free advertising publisher and Internet ecosystem. And that is how partners of ours stay in business. Obviously. And you know, that's what keeps the Internet free and nobody wants to pay for the Kelly blue book or car gurus of the world as an end destination. They're willing to trade their information and their data in exchange for the free service. Hey, newsflash. That's the way the world works. Yes. And that's where we want to be careful in terms of definition. So us at iota, we deal in aggregated and anonymized data. What we're capturing is an aggregate of lots of users that search for cars. Lots of cookies that come from that, right, which is an anonymous identifier. And then max dropped into a category and to my earlier example, it's usually a category made up of not just that auto and tender, but even elements coming from other data suppliers that indicate new patterns or geography. And so you take all of that and you have a very large aggregated audience of lots of anonymous identifiers. So I don't know that it is new bed and that's expecting a new child down to your household and your email address. It's just a random set of cookie IVs. It's cool. I already set it on a podcast. It's public knowledge. Now, hey, everybody, we're having a baby. And if anybody has a luxury SUV that they're looking to sell, find my email address and let me know. Okay, so we were talking through some of the different funnels, the stages where there's propensity to buy, actively looking to purchase. What are some of the other segments that you think about? Sure, so there's also just general interest, right? Hobbyists enthusiasts. Our data is first off verticalized. So travel auto B2B consumer technology, and then it's intent interest and purchase based really are the three main buckets and then obviously we've demographic data. So when you go back to thinking about how an in-house marketer can build a road map, understanding that the data providers are thinking about getting ready to buy actively looking to buy ongoing hobby. They have a general understanding of age and some demographic data. How do you put that all together as a road map and actually improve your marketing strategies? Let's stick to our auto example. So there's a difference between Mercedes or Jaguar or Lincoln have their 2020 models coming out, but they're not in dealerships yet. They just want to build brand awareness. So in that instance, maybe they're simply just buying interest segments of car enthusiasts and luxury car enthusiasts. However, now we're in 2020, those cars are on the lots and cart manufacturers and dealers are thinking of sales that are going on and Toyota or link and or whoever want to get people into dealerships, test tracking. So now they want to start thinking about I want to look at the purchase based data you have that may indicate length of time of ownership or I want to look at the intent data that you have that where people have gone and configured and searched for cars so I can actually start driving people to a dealership to schedule the test drive. So it really depends on what your marketing strategy is at the time. Because we hear about how data aggregators and data resources think about how they're collecting data. You have to map that against what your marketing strategy is are. If you're trying to build awareness, the data aggregators are looking for people that have shown an interest in specific categories. If you think about somebody that is in the buying flow and you're doing more direct response advertising, you're going to go for a different bucket, somebody that's actually had the baby already. And has gone to the parenting sites for the last 40 weeks, something along those lines. So mapping not only what data is being collected, but also to what you're trying to accomplish with your marketing strategies is really the secret sauce here. And I have a good example of an agency that also thinks in terms of they have a couple of large brands that they think in terms of what are the sporting events that our brands spend a lot of money to advertise and sponsor and how do I even target audiences that are going to those sporting events to align with the sponsorships they will have with those events. Again, in terms of building brand awareness, not necessarily driving people into conversion funnel, but just keeping continuity and message across the places that there are already spending money. That's where the Lincoln aviator marketing team decides, hey, we need to get Matthew McConaughey to run Lincoln aviator ads on college football programming. Damn it, they got me. Exactly. All right, Howard. I appreciate you coming on the show and walking us through not only the data collection process, but also understanding some of the different ways that marketers can think about the usage of data and how it can help them build their road map. Thanks a lot for having me. Okay, and that wraps up this episode of the martech podcast thanks to Howard Lux, managing director of iota for joining us. If you'd like to learn more about Howard, you can click on the link to his LinkedIn profile in our show notes. You can send them a tweet, his handle is H luck's HLU KS, or you could visit his company's website, which is iota dot com, EY OTA dot com. And a special thanks to HubSpot for sponsoring this podcast. If you're ready to make more meaningful connections in your business this holiday season, check out HubSpot's new forecasting and report building tools to connect and convert your data into real-time reporting to learn more about how the HubSpot CRM platform can help you connect the dots in your business, go to HubSpot dot com. And a special thanks to blue shift for sponsoring this podcast. If you're interested in learning how to turn your data into personalized customer experiences, head over to blue shift dot com slash Marta to a guide to their successful CDP evaluations. That's blue shift dot com slash Marta to download blue shifts CDP RFP guide. Blue shift. Omnichannel marketing for data driven marketers. Just one link in our show notes that I'd like to tell you about if you didn't have a chance to take notes while you were listening to this podcast, head over to Marta pod dot com that's MAR, TEC HP OD dot com with episode summaries. We have the contact information for our guests. You could sign up for our once a week newsletter, even sent us your topic suggestions or your marketing questions, which will answer live on our show. Of course, you can always reach out on social media. Our handle is Marta pod, MAR TCH POD on LinkedIn Twitter, Facebook,.

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"kelly blue" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

08:25 min | 2 years ago

"kelly blue" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"But if, but if the initiative includes the language, except for voter proof fees that would at the very even if the thing was upheld. That would mean you could still vote for fees over and above the $30 Yeah, but some of these remember I 9 76 covers a lot of ground, So there's I think one of the ones that kind of falls under. That is the $60 transportation benefit district fee in Seattle, which voters approved and pays for bus service. They're so that's there is much more than just having to do with any of your you know your sound transit in your embed and you're all of that, And there's a few different things that this falls under One of the other big arguments is that the ballots title isn't clear about all of the things that it includes. There's there's ferry taxes and fees and that there's a snowmobile registration taxes and fees in this that falling in that, so the argument is that voters didn't understand that right? Well, I guess would be that painful is would be a ferry service workers. Top and if buses were just to be sitting in the garage all day, because there's no money, people would probably vote to restore that. And so then what? We propose another initiative to take it back again. I don't know what we keep going through the same cycle is if the money was just being burned. It's used for stuff, isn't it? It's used for stuff, but in a lot of stuff, and this is again The basics here is that a lot of people were frustrated about the really high car tabs They got. When s Tree three was past what they voted for those fees. That's why the car tabs went up. Right and village. Then there's the whole argument that not all of those voters understood how much those would go up because of the way that was worded. But that lawsuit went to the same state Supreme Court and in law, so that already I thought one of the angriest was the way the cars were valued. Was the valuation scheduled. You were paying taxes on Ah, basically a fictitious value for your car. Right. It was an inflated value because it's old, and it goes into statue. And then it goes off after the bonds are paid off, and and all of that, so that's why you have in this in the initiative. It says. We need to use Kelley Blue Book would wish, which would presumably keep those cards. You know the valuation down some so your taxes would go down. But now there's the question of having Kelly Blue book in there. Because it's a proprietary information. So one of the things that Justice is asked in this court hearing was, couldn't it just be the same as we've seen a proposed at the state Legislature evaluation similar Kelley Blue Book, But I can tell you have uncovered this for a very long time. That that's similar to Kelley Blue Book doesn't necessarily value the vehicle where where the opponents wanted to be. Is it conceivable that the Supreme Court could keep that part of the new valuation schedule? However, it's described And and let the other taxes stand since it's the valuation that seems to really take people off and the rest they voted for. Yes, I think anything is possible from the state Supreme Court here. They could kind of part some of this out. I think that's definitely a possibility. One of the other big arguments here too, is that you mentioned. You know the big thing that drove. This was SD three, and they overinflated cartel values, And that's huge. It's sound related. This was about people all over the state voting. It was a statewide initiative that let Everyone in the state vote on whether or not those of us in Puget Sound should have to pay those car tab. So there's an argument there it breaks. We've seen that the big takeaway for our listeners here is With those part, we should expect a decision here from the Supreme Court. As you heard, Attorney General Ferguson say, hopefully sometime very soon, not months, perhaps weeks, and this could be resolved. Finally, at least with this initiative, if they I will say this if they set the precedent of saying that, Essentially, the rest of the state can kill a Puget Sound project than that creates a president for Puget Sound to kill a project that would For the whole state to kill a project that would, for example, service Spokane and since we have the most votes than heck, you know, we could do that, right? Yeah, and I said dangerous president. The other really think big thing to take away from this is that sound transit is not a part of this legal challenge. They've just gone on and then their businesses normal. This initiative calls for them. For a variety of changes as it real results released Tost three. Should they sew this? Be up help. Should I 9 76 take effect. I don't think it's out of the realm of possibility that you'll see another legal channels separately from sound. France it, Hannah Scott. Thank you, Hannah. That takes us to nine. No, that's the wrong clock. That takes us to 8 14 This is the morning News, Ross with Colin O'Brien and Chris Sullivan. One of the keys to keeping the Corona virus under control is contact tracing and Kim Steel. Peter is public health branch director for Pierce County. So you supervise the contact tracing program. Tell me how this works. We have approximately 32 people, and it's like a beehive. There are people buzzing around. They're calling people who have tested positive for cove in 19. You know, one of the first things that they're going to ask someone who has tested positive is how are you feeling? Are you don't you know what can we help you with? And they're going to explain why they're asking these questions. In addition to people who are doing the contact tracing the calling. We have leads Who were there answering questions and each case each person Is handled as an individual. I want people to know that if they receive a call from us, your particular case is handled. Just the way it should be for you. It's your unique individual and it's going to. They're going to figure out what needs you have what means your family has and and handle it That way. So this is not a robotics script. They try to get to know you. But but at some point they have to ask you Okay. Who have you been within six feet of unmasked, Right? Absolutely. And so how does how does that part of the conversation go? So it could be that okay, So you know, Dave, what I need to know is who have you been around? You know, since you've had symptoms, and two days before your symptoms started. Who have you been around family members. So you want their names and their phone numbers? Yeah, way really try to get that information again, and I know that there are people who are concerned. About contact because I would say Okay, what? So when you call them, are you going to say that? Well, Dave told us that he was near you. And because of what he told us. You're going to have to be quarantined day. Your secret is safe with us right now. And I really I truly mean that we do not give out the name of the person we would not give out your name. When we were talking with your close contacts, and we do everything possible to not even allude to who it might be so right? We're going to go through all of that and and talk to them about What it means to be a close contact. And maybe why they were identified as a close contact. Now what if somebody okay? You don't give my name away, but you're gonna want that person to in some way quarantine right? That is what has recommended absolutely, for people who have been exposed right? The terms is quarantine, and as for 14 days since they were last around somebody who was infected and if somebody says and if somebody says I can't afford to quarantine I would lose my job. I can't do that. Then what do you tell if we have that happen? We have happened all the time. We have a system set up in place where Let's just focus on the first time that we're speaking with somebody there saying, I can't do that. I have a job to go to Well, what we're going to do is let them know that their resource is available. We have a whole slew of resources that are either a place where somebody khun stay if they needed quarantine away from other family members, there is assistance with pain bills. We know we're making a big ask for people to stay out of work to stay out of other facilities like grocery stores, and so we have a system in place..

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"kelly blue" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"kelly blue" Discussed on KOMO

"On their winter sailing schedule through June twentieth in both directions the west Seattle bridge remain closed for the long term due to repair work discounting couple traffic now you're como eco roof forecast bring has sprung fearful whether for our Easter Sunday I should make it to near sixty throughout the Puget Sound and our great weather should continue through the work week your seventy as we approach the weekend on Kelly blue with your forecast from the como forecasting she sniffed miles this is an auto expert on Commons one thousand and ninety seven seven all right welcome back to the shows I'm gonna pick up where we left off the Los by the way if you wanna hear the whole show our auto expert he broke the world record for the most loops at the school which is pretty awesome is a twenty twenty one full size F. type available yes it is so that when we just started started arriving at dealers last month all right and how much is going to cost me I take a deep breath I know you can relax it's it's actually starting at fifty one thousand six hundred which is the same as the twenty mile your college hello this is one of those where we've kind of taken all the updates and package them and really maintain the price from year to year when you meet my spouse you realize that I'll be paying somewhere around ninety thousand for mine because it was one of the top of the line Hey it listed or what don't worry we can we can find you I bet you can rob thank you for joining us he is the head of jag your product planning Robert Filipovic.

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"kelly blue" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"kelly blue" Discussed on KOMO

"We make the most responsible decision regarding the timing unquote officials for this first leg of the Triple Crown saying we'll have an update in the coming week so we Waller ABC news Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders radically changing campaigning because of coronavirus both debate tomorrow night in Washington no audience in the studio more allied casualties blamed on Iranian backed forces at least twenty five rockets rained down on camp Taji on Saturday wounding three members of the U. S. led coalition into a rocky it was the same location where similar rocket attack earlier in the week killed three coalition service members including two Americans that attack blamed on a Shia militia group backed by Iran with the US military responding with air strikes that targeted the group's weapons storage facilities Elizabeth McLaughlin ABC news Washington is A. B. C. news time to check your call more traffic how are the roads looking events within the culture ethics center Mercer street on ramp to north five close till five AM the banner way on regional five close as well so five thirty two right lanes of north I've been well between eighty fifth and ninety fifth closed as well as the offramp eighty fifth street that's toll five thirty rolled slowdown nor fight between seventy to ninety fifth goes between three and five AM and the north five often to First Avenue northeast close till six AM in the writing itself five near marine view drive will close between midnight and eight thirty in the morning seven Smith couple twenty four seven traffic thank you your call multi Carew forecast while still a dusty night through the San Juan islands and what can county with a wind advisory underway for another few hours gas there from the northeast blowing through the freezer between thirty five and up to fifty miles per hour so significant there again for another few hours otherwise chilly overnight lows in the twenties to low thirties brighter and bluer on Sunday with mid to upper forties as we start to turn the corner toward better weather in the coming weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon o'donnell stay connected stay informed almost Saturday evening on Kelly blue with the top local stories from the como twenty four seven news center hospitals across the region are.

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"kelly blue" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"kelly blue" Discussed on KOMO

"Have two lanes of the structure of ninety nine over the war bridge closed road work till eleven AM and the Fremont way on ramp to southbound I. doing close to ten A. M. as well haven't Smith come a twenty four seven traffic mostly cloudy skies were making a forecasted night and Sunday early tomorrow morning temperatures cool off to the low forties certainly jacket worthy hi tense as we rounded the weekend on Sunday boosting to the low fifties this is slightly above average will be maintaining the possibility for a mixture of clouds for tomorrow no fly in Sunday we've got the chance for slightly damp weather was scattered brain a bit of wind as well but at this point in time doesn't look like we'll be badly anything significant hi meteorologist Abby accounting the couple with the center stay connected stay informed como Saturday on Kelly blue with the top local stories from the como twenty four seven news center Boeing's newest plane the triple seven X. made its inaugural flight at Paine field an ever this morning after two delays due to weather in recent days com was Nick pop on was there with the crowds the newest aircraft in the Boeing fleet has people like Lisa Villanueva awestruck pretty awesome right and I'm not even she says those tears came after seeing the triple seven tax take off for the very first time what she calls a historic moment for the aviation community and the people who helped build this behemoth of a plane a lot of people had their kids here just to take pictures with them and you know years down the road be able to tell them that you were there when that plane first took us into the triple seven X. three tries to finally make its debut in the air after weather conditions delayed its first flight to today this plane for Boeing hopes to be something positive after the controversy surrounding the seven thirty seven MAX planes that were grounded almost a year ago we are obviously gonna take all the lessons learned that we've got going with the FAA right now in terms of the Max and we will be applying those lessons twenty sours with Boeing spoke with the media Friday after wind caused another delay for the triple seven acts she says the two hundred and thirty five foot carbon fiber composite wing span helps the aircraft in ways other planes happened that allowed us to increase the aerodynamic efficiency of the airplane which means that airlines can either fly farther they can carry more and they can do it more efficiently that's como's Nick problem reporting the head of the FAA says he's pleased by the progress Boeing has made toward recertify the seven thirty seven Max in a statement to come of the agency also emphasize there is no set timeline in returning the plane just service on C. N. B. C. reporter Phil lebeau says it's not out of the question at the FAA approves the.

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"kelly blue" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"kelly blue" Discussed on KOMO

"Updates say what every ounce of your being help update the status of a person and in turn they did the same for you life is calling how far will you go to school interactivity score dot com slash game stay connected stay informed the home of the Huskies komo news the process moves forward with the house Judiciary Committee holding another hearing its second on Monday committee chair Jerry Nadler says articles of impeachment could be introduced this week the president trump says his lawyers been overseas working on a report of his own details on that from ABC's David Wright the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani has been off in Ukraine continuing to try to dig up dirt on the president's political rivals even as the house moves forward with an effort to impeach trump for exactly that the president says the guiliani found some interesting things in that he will file a report in the coming days authorities investigating Friday shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola say they're working under the presumption it was terrorism but have not officially determine a motive puppeteer Carroll Spinney who was the voice of Big Bird and Oscar the grouch on Sesame Street died today at eighty five and up and coming rapper juice world just twenty one years old died after suffering a medical emergency in Chicago Brian Clark ABC news one thousand and ninety seven seven the noon it is one thirty one on Kelly blue with.

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Prince Harry's old Audi for sale on Auto Trader for £71k

The Bobby Bones Show

04:48 min | 4 years ago

Prince Harry's old Audi for sale on Auto Trader for £71k

"All right. The Bobby bones post show pre show. Let's go over to Amy's pile which we did not get to the show. Today is an important segment. We kinda got onto Morgan feeling surge on the show today, but we had address fact that she felt like she was going to dog piled or she would say, interrogated, never thought that was really the feeling the lights come off the hang the one light over your head. Oh, man, good cop, bad cop. Ask all sorts of questions. Yeah. Yeah. So you can hear that later. But again, I don't spoil things. You know what I mean? Yeah. Still listen, really listen to see over taming. It really is so much more than that. There's way more to worse than no spoiled. Amy's pile of stories. Have y'all seen sandlot? Prequel is in the works. Yeah, it's pretty cool and they don't really know exactly when it's going to take place like how far before the actual Sanli, but some are suing that the beast will be a puppy. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I wonder what because that's shun nothing. Sixties, Babe, Ruth was there. So maybe earlier than that. But was I thought that was just an old ball because I remember them. Maybe that's what it is is nineteen sixty two set will. Then they gotta go by the twenties. I don't know how old is the bee's dog. Yeah, eight. I think the kids are maybe. Mine. Maybe you don't even know if some of the original characters. Yeah, we'll even be born. Oh, pretty frequent. Yeah. But the bidding, the beast is not part of this. He can't be. Bobby, maybe the bee's parent. I liked Salem, movies. Yeah, I thought you would like that. So prince Harry's old Audi is for sale on auto trader. Outy. On his Audi does the car. It's the car that prints hair used to drive Megan Markle to Pippa Middleton's wedding reception last year, and it's ninety four thousand dollars. In case anyone is interested, how many miles while you're, that's all valid questions. Thousand seventeen Audi. I mean, the fact that he's white was he up auditor. I need to keep it. Did he sign it? Assuming he didn't put an auto trader? What I would be assuming as they gave it back to whomever is probably a Lisa give lease. You're so smart. I thought Renteria was like, how much is my car this on EBay took that Kelly blue book. Oh, it only has four thousand five hundred miles. So basically the grandma destroyed it. What else? Okay, so people are putting toothpastes on their Google and hopes to make them bigger. Have you seen this whole thing on YouTube? Does that work for me because I mean, it could work for, I guess, males or females, but women wear. Talking to women's swear that putting based on their boobs made them grow and they've been making videos about it. So other women are falling for it. So. No, I saw an article Marie-Claire where Dr was like, look, I cringe at the prospect of putting toothpastes like on anything on your body is identity mouth because some people use it as acne, cream, which I have done before. When I've been in a pinch. As we almost squirting. Oh. I can't believe I have to say this or not. If you believed it when you said people put into their boobs to make it rows like, oh, wow, yeah, I don't know why people think that that would make your boobs. What you do, all kinds of crazy stuff that I wouldn't fall for putting toothpastes. Maybe it would maybe maybe. Thing. Okay. But that's my file. All right, there you have it. Thank you. That was Amy's pile of stores wrapping up here on Thursday in talk about. Well, sort of we didn't address it, but we can address it later. There's two things on my brain one most recently, because during the show you said that there's been times you've gotten her feelings hurt this week, you know about you. But I mean, just anybody. I'm just point was that I tend to react and get into a turtle shell and is back away completely from this scenario at all. And I'm just like, all right, don't like that. So I'm just gonna run away. I know, but I'm going to adult crazy camp. Even just crazy. Crazy man. Right. Well, it's not a good night at camp. It's not. No, it's it's, you go and you give all your phone, your computer and no TV, and you stay there can be harder days. It's intense. Yeah..

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