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"martin racing" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:40 min | Last month

"martin racing" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Remember what it was did you watch what it's not often the parent does the chore for the child anymore as a teenager it was a relief to use the ball park as a demilitarized zone during generation gap possibilities politics grades clothes cars using as a young adult talking baseball was a reliable way to cut through long absences what a homecoming on solid diamond hard now as we become parents ourselves the pores of the sign post can be doubled as we go through the same roles with our children there is certainly something unique about baseball that produces the child bond could be welded over cards or car mechanics what is special about an activity like baseball is that so many families have been tied to it for so many decades it has been and still remains the most common denominator most of us remember the kid it was so thrilled to get his first baseball bat at Christmas he couldn't wait to take it on the side of the plate pepper the hell it is carefully as a Nintendo joystick a couple of practice when and I will corn field an easy grounder wearing a battered given so many years ago a small as a small little other the big question the veracity of the crown soda popcorn peanuts cracker jacks it's the sooner pendant of your favorite team that still hangs on the wall supporters of our childhood companion during through our bill some changes with that talent for leading us in our own mind opening on the field read more this call we carry Gabby street bridge Lindsay Nelson Martin race Bob dole's Gino's Jack the less we Jack ring Jack and even our fortieth president of the United States Ronald Reagan what made all these memories was the sum.

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"martin racing" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

14:50 min | 7 months ago

"martin racing" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"I have no doubt they're going to bring her out to the two thousand twenty convention to try to inflame with her narrative. She's still saying today. People hate us so much because of your color of your skin they want to shoot. You shoot says that even though this case had nothing to do with that are so you know. We mentioned that the media you've talked to some people in the press release afraid to touch this so such a hot divisive issue. They're afraid you know for their careers. But I'm sure you're getting emails or some people are contacting you regular people who have seen this and I know I'm sure so you've got some hate mail but are people saying. Hey you know what. Thank you for opening my eyes because I actually believe the false narrative and I watched this film and now my mind and has been changed. Are you getting you well. First of all if you go to the livestream link from the website the Trayvon hoax dot com. Lots of comments. There you can also see on Amazon. I'm you know over one hundred comments on and reviews Just regular folks that see it and those mirror the type of emails. I get where people say. I kind of knew something was wrong. With this case I didn't know what it was but I did end up believing the main part of it and now I realize it was all a lie and thanking me. I've gotten very little hater angry. Mail the only couple of angry things are from white liberals. I don't like it. They don't like it very much that the story story. They've been pushing to black America that they better vote for Democrats because of all these hate. They don't like it when that story is the bit. And it's very few complaints if there's any bad reviews they're not even from people who saw the film because you can't give that film battery view if you've actually seen it so I'm sure there are people who are I'm just going there and are just saying oh it's terrible it's a bunch of nonsense because they're biased and they weren't even then it's very little and I can tell you just like you said you saw the film twice i. I have never heard from anybody that didn't watch it at least twice because it was so much information. It's actually very entertaining. Even though it's such a serious up yeah you don't WanNa Miss Anything but you know that brings up the point. I want to ask you about the you. Were going to screen this around in Florida somewhere and you had the theater basically had so much political local pressure they. They wouldn't even let you show it. They canceled your contract right. We had a contract with coral gables. Art Cinema signed rental agreement. Totally normal normal I had. I've done this one hundred times and I was at the National Press Club of all places just two months prior very similar. You simply rent the room. They have no responsibility. They don't sell tickets. It was is a private event for press. Only they have nothing to do with it and it's very very common. That's what they do all the time. Most theaters do that and I went to Florida. GOT THE PRESS US release out. I had responses from CNN Fox News Channel NBC. They'RE ALL COMING MIAMI HERALD ORLANDO SENTINEL EVERYBODY'S COMING RSVP. And I'm just it driving over to the theater. I've been in Florida for a couple of days with my blu ray disc. They said we'll blend your boulay. We'll just WANNA test it on the system. Is it okay. So this is less than twenty four hours and before the event they call me they say we cancelled. I said why he said while the city of Coral Gables mayors calling the city council and the city lawyer is here in the lobby lobby of the theater and they want us to cancel. I said why why well they don't like the name of the movie or something I said. Well you can't do that. I have a contract contract. I'll call you right back. She called me back and wouldn't even talk to me anymore. She said well. You can send me an email so subsequently I had to cancel. That event cost a lot of money. And I'm probably going to sue them for breach of contract. Censorship violation of First Amendment Rights. This is a typical thing where they didn't see the movie they didn't ask for. They even admitted. There's no requirement to screen or approved content. Y- you know they. That's what happened there. Look I'm sure they'll settle for some amount Alpaca. I can see from their perspective. They were probably afraid that they were GonNa get protests and people were going to boycott and people were going to vandalize. The I don't know you can't you. You can't be fear of fear of the mob means we don't have free speech. I showed at the National Press Club. But this is this is a private company. That didn't WANNA take that risk risk but that shows you how powerful this film is because if your film was a bunch of BS sure put it out there so people could show how it's nonsense nonsense but the fact that you can't refute anything in this film that's why it's so scary. That's why people don't want it aired. But they shouldn't you can't censor censor movies that you haven't even seen and you haven't you don't have any requirement in your contract for breach of contract. It's not really because it's not government government. This is a private company that doesn't want to take the risk to their reputation. But if they should've asked you that you did what you are required to do. And they protect themselves yourselves. They breached the contract. They should be required to cover your damages. I weigh in that. But it's thank. Fortunately we could see this. This thing is on on the Internet you can get you actually can get the DVD or BLU ray or is it all just download. Yeah well you can livestream from the link on the TRAYVON HOAX DOT COM You can also get the DVD or on Amazon you can get the book the book or the DVD as well. You have a book. And he book Doc Book and E-p-o-c-h. I mean I think if you watch the movie or vice versa. You're going to get the book by Versa because the movie so visual and interesting and fun and then the book okay. There's a lot more background in depth and additional things that you couldn't fit in the film so I think you should. You should read and and watch the movie as well. Yeah and you know the stories not over yet because we have to see what happens with this lawsuit. We have to see if the media will gradually open their eyes or somebody will have courage with a major network or somebody will actually report on. What's really relevant here? Not The fact that there's a lawsuit but that there was a fraud perpetrated that there was was a fake witness that it was that it was an attempt to frame an innocent man that the media ran with a phony narrative despite all the evidence overwhelming all Ming witness and factual evidence at the narrowly was wrong. And now even after the fact when it's confirmed that the witness wasn't even real and they're still clinging to this is false narratives so it's GonNa be interesting to see the Pandora's Box that you've opened up with this well. I was on the today. Show when I was in Florida believe leave it or not Kerry Sanders interviewed me for a full hour a full hour and I was saying well. How much of this is going to make it onto the today show? He said Oh a couple of minutes I said okay okay so for an hour. He kept asking me provocative questions like eight times he said. Is this just a conspiracy like that. And then I I would explain why it's not while it actually is a conspiracy but it's not a conspiracy theory. There was more than one person that was involved in this conspiracy. I said but it's proven so eight times. He tried to kind of find something to make fun of me in some way and in the end only twelve seconds of the full hour interview got onto the today's Today's show and I actually answered his question is why didn't you. Why didn't you ask Diamond Eugene when you saw her in the movie About this and I said I was in the middle of the investigation. You don't tell the person you're investigating. Hey you and so. It was a perfect undercover recover operation. Because she wasn't defensive for guard was down because the real diamond Eugene. She's a bright girl. I mean she's smart. She's not like Rachel Shantelle Intel. She's got a lot on the ball she's got and so she would have. She wouldn't have got anywhere near you and it was funny. She was a little suspicious. You know when she sees writing those names down. I was laughing laughing about the names that you came up with. And she's but she's she didn't piece that together because you did such a good job of pretending to be her customer. Well I was the customer. I bought a lot of her fashion reasons. Loathing it was a good deal I would recommend her close to girls aware that kind of clothing But yeah it was was very nerve wracking. I mean I had a camera set up right there in plain sight and she kind of looked at it and she must have just thought well that I don't know what she thought But it was nerve wracking. I was trying to get her to to sign names on these Christmas cards that coincided with the same words in the letter that she gave to Trayvon's mother so you had like the man. Dan was getting closer. So I made up a name Teresa closer men so I thought these are really funky. She doesn't realize what's up. Yeah and so. By the way they took an hour of footage for the today show and they this is like I don't know how long we've been talking. If feels like an hour all of it is going to be online. We're not going to any any of this down. So you're going to get a full airing so there's anything that any questions that I kind of forgot to ask you and there's anything that's on your mind that you want to get Out there why don't you just finish up by just saying that we look. I think it's the most important film of the year of not the decade of the most raced based trial since OJ. That really changed. The country turns out it was a hoax. It was a total fraud Black lives matter. Should probably think about hanging it up. Colin Kaepernick can go back and play for the forty niners now all this race based nonsense that divided us for no reason. You look at this film and you realize it was just a lot of BS S. and we need to get back to who we are which is a brotherhood. Americans are brothers black and white we live under a nation of liberty and justice for all. And there's no need to have this race based narrative in our faces from the left or the media and this movie just exposes it and by the way Trayvon Martin I get to know him the the last eight months of his life and I probably got to know more than his friends and family and I show that he wasn't a thug. He was not a rocket scientist either that they made him out to be He was an average case that went into a downhill spiral. And you can learn about them the film so if you go to the Trayvon hoax dot com start with a trailer livestream and share it as much as possible because I think the story can help heal what went wrong. And this is the real story about a young kid who probably had a promising future. He had some problems and he did spiraled down and where his parents where was his father in all this. And how did those those that institution that our school and fail him because he put himself in circumstances that led to his death. It's unfortunate that he died even if veep attack George and he's getting into fights. Look a lot of young kids do stupid things when they're sixteen seventeen years old sleep but the fact that he's dead. It's not Zimmerman's fault that I like. Yeah let me come look at. It was a tragedy. It's a big country. That's three hundred twenty million people. There are tragic circumstances. That kinda come together and things happen Some people do stupid things and making terrible mistakes. Some people are on drugs and do do things they shouldn't have done and unfortunately sometimes at least someone's death but for those individual incidences to then be exploited by the media. The left to make a political narrative in a political agenda is wrong and This case different from some other ones where individuals acted it's stupidly or mistakenly and someone was was killed and that's tragedy not just death of seventeen year old but the death of freedom and justice and and the way people are exploiting a tragedy like that to create an even bigger tragedy. Ajeti were even more. People probably died as a result of the race baiting. And all everything that's happened in the aftermath of this and you know I'm sure sure that the the academy you're not gonNA nominate you for an Academy Award for best documentary. Although they should nominate it'd be point out. I am up for a Pulitzer Prize as I paid seventy five dollars and I entered the book the book to the Polish Surprise Committee for two thousand Nineteen at Columbia University. So if they're watching please take a serious look. Look at the book because I believe I am an official entrant not a nominee. But I'm an entrance for the Pulitzer Prize for the book. I would say given that. This is a seminal event and Nikon. ICK thing that happened in in our history for you to be able to definitively prove that the entire thing was a fraud and not just a lot of people thought it didn't make makes sense right. Oh this how can that be..

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"martin racing" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

14:06 min | 7 months ago

"martin racing" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"And you'll see all the coverage There's actually a couple of brilliant professors. These African American professors one out of Colombian being one out of Brown University. Glenn Lurie and John mcwhorter. They read the book and saw the movie. And they did a very insightful. I happen to watch their part one and partout in their entirety. And Yeah. I very much enjoyed watching it because you can tell because these are these are Liberal Democrats if these guys you know admit that they were fully on board with the false narrative because they just wanted to believe it like everybody else but their minds. I mean their rational thought fought is just now contradicting with that. Because it won't let them accept it anymore and you can see it pains them to have to admit this because they understand the implications and because you have these people now that have been paraded around the parents and there. They basically committed a crime and the lawyer. I mean. This is a a huge crime when you basically knowingly put forward a fake witness who is not only committing perjury because you coach them but they're canoed posture. They're not even personally claim to be and if Trayvon's parents and his lawyers if they're willing to lie about something like this if they're are willing to commit a crime that they should actually be jailed for they should be charged and convicted. They shouldn't be going to jail for what they tried to do. And framing innocent may on. I mean you know what if what if they actually convicted George Zimmerman although he's been convicted in the court of public opinion and his wife have been ruined by and so they understand the implications of this and so it's tearing them up inside and they're being honest but I think the media understands it. Which is why they WANNA clamp down? They don't even want to admit. Oh you know what we made a mistake. We rushed to judgment. We believe a bunch of liars. who had their own agenda? They made a bunch of money off this. The lawyer made career and a fortune to parents at a lawsuit and they're all politically motivated and they don't want to go back and say hey wait a minute we. This was a rush to judgment. They don't even want to reflect reflect on that so they're burying this story well but for them it's far beyond that because don't forget Less than a year later their next this the slogan Iran with was skittles and iced tea. So Ben crump then went with Al Sharpton to Burgas in Missouri to push the next Trayvon hoax. Call it hands up. Don't shoot. That's another one. The media pushed pushed so they've been pushing this stuff on us for the last six years. It really changed the country. Jussie smollet thing that never happened. They just they just repeated it without question Russian when I was in. DC At the National Press Club promoting Releasing the movie there. They were putting out a story. That a black girl in Virginia Virginia said some white kids cut off her dreadlocks. They were reporting that. No questions asked the next day. They said Mike Pence's wife works at the school school. They were so excited the third day they said oops. The mother said it was a hoax. She lied she cut off her own dreadlock so the media malfeasance the medium instead of just run with this stuff And I think I think a lot of people are realizing that if you just accept the media narrative you're gonNA get fooled and if al Sharpton is in on it or Ben crump is in on it. You really need to ask some questions but at least cutting off a young girls dreadlocks. I I can see that happening. That's possible but I mean the Jussie smollet. That was crazy. I mean the minute I heard that I. There's no way this actually happened and immediate is already not willing to accept it because Jussie is black and he's gays automatically if you're a victim and he's a double victim. Well you must be believed no matter. How preposterous Chris? It is that you're asking people to believe and this should should open up people's eyes I mean. Did you get on the phone with some of these reporters and and actually discuss your findings to get their reaction or did not even get that far. Well he did. I mean I talked to a lot of them. Many of them were quite honest. They said straight up they said look. This is incredible. What you uncovered? But I'm afraid to be the first one to push out there. If I'm the first one looking into this I'm going to get attacked on social media. They're gonNA call for me to be fired. Only once it's out in the media then I'll cover it and most of them actually have all of them. Were afraid they don't WanNA SCOOP US go. They want to be a follow on. They'll follow the mob but they don't WanNa be a target of any information that contradicts the main narrative that they push. Yeah that is the initial pressure. Because I remember you know I felt that a little bit but I'm not a very politically correct guy. But what happens is if you don't immediately support whatever's being alleged by these victims will then you're a racist yourself right you're not believing them and that just shows how racist you are and then because we all want to show that we're not racist which most most of us are not but in order to show that then we just have to believe them and it's our willingness to believe what's obviously alive that's supposedly proves that we're not racist. I think it's the other way around now. I think if you're willing to give people if they're black or whatever their their minority status is if you're willing to lower the bar and just give them a pass and say look that's okay. Say If what they're saying is ally just going to believe it anyway. That's what's racist. You got to treat everybody the same. You have to have a healthy degree of skepticism. When somebody says something that doesn't make any sense? I have found from my interactions with people that have seen the film. It supports what I believe is that no one has suffered more from this trayvon hoax as they call it than the Black Youth of America and the Trayvon Oaks is two things. It's both the substitution of a legitimate phone witness which was Brittany Diamond Eugene. She went with Dr Save on by her Middle Name. Diamond Eugene for a false fake witness Rachel Jen Tell to get Zimmerman arrested and and try to get convicted. The trayvon hoax is also the name. I give to that narrative that the media plays on Black Americans every day that America is racist and you better seek shelter on the left to protect yourself from all this hatred and this is the story they push and I can tell you that beginning at the The National Press Club we had students from Howard University starkly Black College College and my security guard with these big tough guys and they all came up to me afterwards and said things like thank you. They wanted my autograph that wanted copies. They said thank you. Thank thank you. We knew something was wrong with this. I had a girl black girl emailed me and said I have a black sun and I was afraid for him to grow up in America and now I realize we got played eight. We got played. She said thank you thank you. So it's the black kids. They knew all along. Rachel wasn't the girlfriend. You don't have to tell them and you had any kind of they suffered for from this story. Because I want to point out that that whole Ferguson effect thing. We're police no longer do proactive policing they just drive by when they see crimes We've had the thirty three percent rise in homicides in urban America so it's been a crime disaster for black neighborhoods all because of this this ridiculous story. They put forth based on this case that America somehow became racist. I grew up in Tennessee in the seventies and eighties. I never heard the N.. Word in my life a black and white kids. We're all friends altogether If there were black kids were friends of mine because I like their character if there are white kids that weren't friends. It's because we didn't get along whoever I heard of this nonsense. And they want to tell us forty years later. America became racist and that's the narrative that they use to drive their political agenda. I think to the fact acted. Obviously you have a bias just like all the people that were pushing the false narrative have a biased. People can't see behind because he's a conservative or libertarian. Then obviously obviously this is all a bunch of nonsense. He's trying to push his narrative. But I think you hit the nail on the head with the election of Barack Obama. I think that scared the left in the race baiters because this was a sign that America was less racist than hey white people voted for a black man for president that shows that we're not as racist assist as everybody wants to claim so I think they needed something to divide us again. They needed something to convince people that even though we voted for a black man for present. We're actually racist. So I think this Trayvon Martin incident. I mean this was perfect and the only thing. That wasn't perfect that the guy that killed them was Hispanic so they had redefine him as a white Hispanic initially. Nobody saw photographs of him. So it was Zimmerman George Zimmerman German name. He's obviously a white guy and so I just assumed he was was white Arina jumping around four five seventy six. I mean first of all. I don't think I'm biased in any way This is a very straightforward investigation. No no literally you have. I'm not politically Abihu. This has nothing to do with politics. Economics for laws film. This film this film at my work and I don't think I'm biased in any way this film is investigation. Investigation of the facts of the case of the conclusions are actually of that. We need unity that we need healing that Americans are all brothers. This case is divided us for no reason black and white. We're all brothers under a constitution under a nation of liberty and that people divided us for no reason so my message is not controversial. It's a brotherhood. I grew up in Tennessee. All brothers black and white had Asian friends anything that wants to divide US along our most superficial qualities which skin tone is ridiculous and but this is the playbook of socialism because They they socialist policies. Don't work everything was getting worse in Black America. Unemployment fifty sixty seventy percent and they used the the tools of state of I talk about this more in the book that the Department of Justice actually sent down representatives claiming they were going to investigate when the police said there was no probable cause for arrest and they actually organized protests. The Department of Justice came down and organize protests against Zimmerman for his arrest. US With no evidence and no probable cause at that same time. I'll remind you the Obama Administration was using the irs to break up the conservative tea party movement that had SHELLAC lack them in the two thousand ten elections so socialists use the tools of state and division as we saw last week the report they were using the f. b. i. d. the OJ to maintain a hold on power because their policies don't work and when you look back at this case you can see how Obama was using thing the tools of state to maintain power and in my prior film called There's no place like Utopia. I actually interviewed a former KGB agent defector named Constantine PREPA Jansky and he said the communist always viewed black Americans as the raw material for revolution. Meaning they could just use them for their goal and I think with the revelations in this case black Americans are really realizing they've got played by these white liberals with their agendas to bring them into a socialist agenda that doesn't have anything to do with their interests. Definitely something if you look at the black lives matter. Website go to their goals transgenderism globalism things that have have nothing to do with helping black Americans. It's all the white liberal socialist agenda that they use trayvon Martin and they use them to try to bring black voters isn't there and they do the same thing with environmentalism. It's really a cover for socialism they're trying to get these socialists policies in through various doors. But you know when I said biased asked. I didn't mean that you were biased. In your filmmaking was very objective you clearly were just looking to find the truth and reporters can report the news even if they have a political perspective active. They could still be unbiased in what they're doing. My point is that since you are a conservative or libertarian and you have a philosophy then then what the critics are saying is there see he must be biased because they can attack. What you've done because it's bulletproof so they have to attack you right it's Ad Hominem attacks on you because they can deal with your research or your conclusions so all they can do is say well the Messenger is bad. Forget about the message endure scientist. I understand it's what I've experienced with coming out with this film. Certainly Tells US The story once. Again of how illegitimate the media is is in how they will refuse to do journalism and only want to promote an agenda. Yeah now have have you heard from any of the other principals that were in the film particularly okay. Have you spoken to diamond at all. Things come out and she knows that you're not just a customer buying dresses lamb her best customer or Well no because I tried to give away the close to goodwill and they wouldn't take they said they're like too provocative But no I haven't tried to contact any of the principles of because for example. Even when I met diamond I wanted to get her on. Film wanted to talk to or get handwriting. Samples was the main goal and and I hadn't really gotten through all her social media and her friends social media yet. So it wasn't the kind of Gotcha journalism where I say. Look at this. You know what are you doing in Trayvon. Everyone cellphone records. I DIDN'T WANNA. I didn't think she would admit to it either. So No there's been no attempt to go and she hasn't hasn't reached out to you at all. No no not at all and look. Obviously she was involved in something she was only sixteen. She's involved in something that has some criminal element to it so the fact that there was a fake witness who pretended to be her so I doubt she's going to be calling me or following up on any clothing sale and I don't blame her. I mean yes. She was sixteen. She was a minor. She was under incredible pressure from everybody to lie and to her credit..

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"martin racing" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"martin racing" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Now in the next half hour thirteen point eight billion years in about twenty five minutes. Let's see how we get on. Because we're considering the mysterious stuff that makes up a massive amount of the universe. But we can't see it. And we haven't got the foggiest idea. What this stuff is. So how trying to actually find out and how do we even if is there a tool, Ben McAllister? I'd like to tell you a story. It's a story about galaxies. Black holes stones planets people and everything else in the universe. We know now that all of the big stuff in the universe. People planet stars is made up of a handful of different kinds of particles these tiny little things like atoms which made up of protons neutrons electrons. We've come to know quite a lot about those little things and how they make big things of the last few hundred years. Collectively, astronomers coal all that stuff. Barry Jahic matter. And that's kind of older is right? I'm here to tell you that. That's not the case the Barry onic, meta people planet stunts, his only a very small fraction of the whole story. In today's program. We're going to hear what we know about the rest of it. We're going to hear about doc Madda to give you a taste doc, meta is this mysterious stuff that occupies the universe. It's enormous. This five times as much of it as there is regular. It's everywhere. Right now as you listen, it's passing right through your body. We can't see touch feel it. But before we get to want. It is we have to go back. Have you ever looked up at the stars and wondered if there's more out there if you have you really aunt alone? Humans have been doing it for as long as there have been humans. Professor Lord Martin race astronomer Royal if he's actually something which emerged in the nineteen thirties through the work of Fritz Wicky who is a Swiss American islam-, and he was studying distribution of galaxies each galaxies. Of course, big little ways who's look at the universe on very large scales. He realized that the galaxies weren't distributed randomly that they were grouped into clusters, and these clusters obviously into held together by gravity, but when he measured the speeds of these Calix is he found it was surprising that they went flying apart because the energy corresponds those speeds would overwhelm the gravitational force of cluster together. If that gravity was just used the galaxies. He inferred that the must be. Some extra material that bound the tossed together. And this was the first really serious evidence that that was some doc stuff in universe over and above the gas and stars of his -able for decades, we've been observing like this strained movements. Launch bodies in space that can't be explained. If we only consider the matter that we can see it all comes down to gravity gravity is. The main force that governs the way things move around in space. It's a force that exist between any two things that have mass and it pulls them together gravity gets stronger. The more mass there is but importantly, it gets weaker the further apart the two things on in space. But we look at the stuff we can see like stars. For example, we can estimate how much mass there is in the system and then by using the laws of gravity what we call Newtonian, gravity. We can model the way we expect stuff to move. When things don't move the way, we expect say they move much faster. For example, it implies that something's missing from picture to some extra force making things move around faster, which points to there being some extra. Mass to provide that extra force if you had found, for instance, that Jupiter was going around the sun as fast as yours flaws. You'd have had to infer that there was a lot of mysterious mass outside the earth orbit, but inside Jupiter's orbit. So Jupiter was feeling not just a mass of the sun. But something extra which the earth wasn't feeling something like that on five biggest sale, of course happened. When people started the outer parts of galaxies. They found that the material is going around faster the outlying stars and the gas at last distances going five and this implied that the stars in a galaxy..

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"martin racing" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"martin racing" Discussed on Double Toasted

"I'm an individual exactly like the rest of you. Not a model. Do you? Honestly, think your little band of foot bits states chance here, the probably better if you just go back where you belong. Are we really not good enough for the big world know our flaws? Make us unique. Those are all worth fighting four open. You do know that Lewis gonna make it simple hard for you. Well, I say bring it on Lewis open. Lovable bless their little hearts crazy. What's your name, reg head? I love literal naming is that right? Gibberish cat. So so ugly. Cute. Can anybody hate on his movie is better than say movie? Right. Well, with your system wanna do that we give it a kid movie, Meghan true. Are having sex which system definite full price film, right there, especially with the cast that you haven't is moving. No as animated big studio movies, go. Of course, they got the cash rate Kelly Clarkson as moxie, but also you got Nick Jonas jn Geneve mo- named Blake Shelton wing. Leeann pit bull up in here. One to Sykes gabled Lacey as muravich baby Wreksa, Charlie exc- X favorite Martin race. Yeah. I love her. Yeah. Liz. Oh martin. You gotta be some lizards music. Yeah. You see a lot. Of course. Of course..

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"martin racing" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"martin racing" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Than to have someone else to drive their car. I I've been able to do that. On several occasions it quite an honor. Trust me. Well, and you know, why it's because you take care of your quit. You don't abuse it. You don't go out, and what it all up. And and that's that's how you end up getting rides. And you know, you're sensible driver, and you wouldn't have gotten the twenty tenth street stock championship if you hadn't been south that that is a compliment to you for sure. I appreciate that. Yeah. I agree. I agree. I never ever passed up the other period to get behind the wheel after sir. Well, even at my age if you couple that today, but if you would come to my car normally my bag is in the back. And I got my driving suit. Got my shoes. I got to tell you really cute. I was at a press event. And we're out of Elias up Ritchie Alison they actually had an Aston Martin race car. And it was all caged the whole nine yards guy says so we're looking at it. And he says, wow, I told my span that'd be awesome to drive. He says, hey, you get in. And I'll let you drive it two seconds later. I said rare we going holy mackerel. How'd you get in a? It's a disease. Visit. I've heard one of my one of my good friends out there at the race track. And really the tip one time we're out of town. Brought my gear. Actually, I didn't. So you're you're sure you're not going to raise the night to make sure. From now on you, always bring your gear leaving your truck. Oh, yeah. You'll never know. 'cause I'm gonna put you behind the wheel tonight. I'm Derek Evans. Oh. His mother behind the wheel don't say that. That's a good thing. He would. I have a question for Roger Roger why why did you go to let made you want to be race director at Baroda?.

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"martin racing" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"martin racing" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Knicks tonight, the ABC news exclusive the interview just in tonight, the Colorado father, Chris watts who killed his pregnant wife and two young daughters. And then pleaded for their return tonight. The wife's parents with our Amy robot. The interview was coming in now in Lindsay Davis. Gives us a first look, Chris watts the man whose brutal murder of his family shocked nation now moved to a prison outside of Colorado officials they're citing security concerns because he's a high profile offender this comes after Shannon's parents sat down for an exclusive twenty twenty interview with our Amy Roebuck and opened up about what they saw in their daughter's marriage, amazingly happy and did he snap. He must have snapped reserves. Nothing like figure out what happened to him. Snores say what happened Shannon's parents now struggling to reconcile the devoted husband? They knew with the monster who took their daughter and grandchildren. Were there any warning signs? And christmas. Kind person anything for you, just like, Shannon. Would he seemed like the exact opposite? He never raises his hand voice. Never curse it her. You know, it's amazing. It was amazing relationships. I don't I just don't know. Incredible brave of them to be talking to our Amy robuck. And they've got a lot more to say about certainly doing they tell Amy about their reaction when they first saw that TV interview that Chris watts did while his family was still missing. And then they share the moment. They I started to suspect that their son-in-law could be guilty. Linsey davis. Thank you for watching it interview as it comes in. And a reminder the entire interview airs tomorrow night on twenty twenty ten pm eastern. Plenty thanks to be an exit other news tonight in the dramatic rescue outside. Dallas deputy Connor Martin racing crossed. The highway pickup truck slammed into a tractor trailer painting the driver as the.

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"martin racing" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:25 min | 1 year ago

"martin racing" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Contend to you that only one thing really would permit somebody to readily agree with such glittering ignorance, and that is politics. Saying something along you mentioned the human species. The only thing catastrophic extinction. The human species. The only way you would possibly believe that is if somehow it fits with your political agenda and the way this fits with political agenda is the solution. Which is big government massive power investment in big government government regulation, punitive regulation, telling people how they can and cannot live what they can and cannot do what they can and cannot eat all predicated on the fact that human beings unregulated uncontrolled to their own devices are the biggest agents of destruction on the planet in only the learned of the species the Robert Muller's in the McCabe in the Lord Martin races in the James Hansen's. In the Elon Musk's only they will have the freedom to behave as they wish while directing until I know there's what they can. And can't do it is the enemy of totalitarianism. And that's what they're striving for. And they get dupes like Christiane Amanpour. Thinks this kind of thing is brilliant and brave very very brave to make such a statement. Humanity without technology, of course, leading to catastrophic extinction. Yeah. Hopefully, don't I hope we don't he says you wonder why young people are scared to death to leave the basement. All right back to the phones we go. This is Mark in Hartwick, New York. Great to have you with us on open line Friday, high well, high, right? It's certainly an honor and a pleasure to speak with you. I wanna talk to you about political labeling conservatism versus liberals in such like that. But I I have to tell you thirty years ago. I walked out to my car to have lunch, and I turn on the radio to listen to the local, weather and hurt your voice. And I heard you say this is the second day of my second week. So I want to apologize for missing the first six days of your program. But I've been loyal listener every so I appreciate that very much. I'm always amazed. Everybody knows exactly where they weren't what they were doing the first time. They we all appreciate you rush. I consider you the voice of American some of us who are old enough. We know what the voice of America used to be a service of radio service. But now, you are the voice of America. We appreciate that. And also wanna quickly say I tried to call you hundreds of times when the phone actually rang. I was almost shocking. I don't know if. Ever thought about this? But your phone number that you give out for the show must be the most dialed phone number in the history of the phone now onto conservatism liberals, I thought for the longest time it's not fair or accurate to refer to Democrats progressive. Democrats are socialist Democrats liberals. In fact, there's nothing liberal about their approach to politics and the only true Americans. Liberals are the conservatives. We're the ones that are concerned about our own personal liberties and freedoms, and it's the Democrats are always trying to limit. Our freedoms our liberties take them away from us any way, they can get whenever we kind of socialist power. They can't over society and take control. And I think you're the big voice. You just might be the guy with enough influence to start a new kind of a way but new trend to strip the Democrats up that term liberal no longer referred to them as a liberal condom. What they are. They're progressive socialist government, takeovers, and liberalism just doesn't apply. Them in any way, shape or form. You're exactly you are exactly right. And I'm really glad that you made that point, and I want I want to take the occasion of your call eight to thank you. Because I I appreciate it very much all that you said, in fact voice of America. That's very very nice. I appreciate that. This whole business of labeling. Gino's call yesterday, it might represent a segment of thinking, what do you mean showing out? There's no sell out of all here, folks. I let me just spent a couple of short minutes explaining this to you. And some of you have heard me say this before so it may be redundant. But I spend a lot of time reading liberals or socialists. I read liberal sports writers, I read liberal tech journalists, I read the drive by media people. I study it. I know conservatism. It's who I am. I don't need to read conservatives to reinforce what I already am. And no of myself. I don't need somebody to tell me, what's in my heart. I know. And I'm constantly as I think about doing this program each day, I'm constantly asking myself. What would be if I ever really had a singular focus on this program, which I've never had. But if it were a singular focus in a by ever decided to change this focus. This is just a mental exercise for me. To nothing, but the attempt to persuade people of the truth of conservatism. What would I do? How would I do it? I am constantly asking myself this in part because I hope each day I'm going to get a call from a liberal that will allow me to put to use some of these things and the most recent time that happened was thirteen year old girl called and wanted to know if I thought citizenship should be something hard for non residents to achieve. So when I say to you and discuss with you, the idea that I think conservative or conservatism as a brand has been destroyed and is hurting us. It's not because I just created this thought out of my head is because I'm reading. I am reading voluminous Lii, and I'm never Asli liberals of all demographics. I focus on trying to find millennials. And I see I see the absolute ways their minds have been poisoned about who you, and I are I see that their minds are totally closed at the same time. They are air again and snarky and superior wrist. They are not open whatsoever. To any alternative way of thinking about anybody who isn't liberal in their minds like they are. Now. I factor all of this. When I think about the occasion, it might present itself when I'm talking to one of them and trying to persuade them. What am I going to have to do? I even be heard. Based on the I've never seen a more prejudiced. Bunch of people who think the exact opposite of themselves. They think are they are the most tolerant and accepting and open minded, they are none of the sort. They are era close minded they are era glee snarky. They are arrogantly superior. They are mean they are angry. They hate they they live each and every day, they write it. You can read it in how they write about things. And when they react to anything in the news having to do with anything conservative or conservative. That's all they need to hear to tell themselves who they're dealing with. And it's not true. This is the thing. What they think of conservatism isn't true. It isn't accurate, and it isn't anywhere close. There is no hope of getting through any of these people as a conservative. You're not you're not gonna even establish a line of communications with anybody. If they think you're conservative, and it's because of the way they have been poisoned and propaganda is their entire lives, and this has been happening for fifty years. And it's everywhere, it's everywhere in pop culture. It's every movie book television show song. Podcast you podcast exists because they can't succeed on talk radio the stuff. That's being set in podcasts about conservatives. I'm here to tell you that you don't see ten percent of what I see because you don't have the time. It's my job to do this. You've got many other requirements in your day. You don't have the kind of time to spend that I spend trying to figure all of this out. And I'll tell you if I want I I get livid. I get mad ticked off offended and all at what these smarmy. Conceded on appreciative spoiled rotten little brats in their thirties. Think of us. And the fact that they are superior is. And better than anybody. It is a it's a problem, folks. It's a genuine problem. And all I'm speaking of here when I talk about this potential. Solutions to it. Because I think they're they're they're necessary. Mandatory anyway, I've gotta take weight long, and there's more to say about this. But I just wanted to give you some foundation for why this week I've talked about the branding problem that conservatives and the liberal you wanna get really confused if you go to an ideological conservative. You know, what they'll tell you? Conservatism is classic liberalism cl-. They'll say the classical liberal, I look at what who the hell knows what you're talking about classical liberal. Yes. It didn't the great repetition of Edmund Burke. Am a classical. Hey, pal. Nobody knows what you're talking about. Well, we are not conservative and the real that we are classical liberals, and they aren't the liberals. We are on g spare me..

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"martin racing" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"martin racing" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I don't it high white ticks it. Right. Arte Johnson backup. It's all parameter right now for the golden Griffins Balsam pull up jumper from ten any drains. It great bounce pass by hitch to his teammate in stride went straight up with it Lomax long passer, mid court up under rattling in for Mike Parkes, Parkes hustle down the floor. I tell you what he can run the floor. Jeff that's a real strength for having with his back. A hundred percent six two Tigers eighteen thirty laugh in the opening half of play race down to the left side. He'll hit it into the post hitch and try to drive as going to be a foul on Memphis on him underneath sparks Mike Parkes picks up his first first team foul, the junior out of Cleveland, Ohio. Out of bounds. Under tigers. Look like, they're gonna stay man. I think let's say, yes. They go to the right block Molson went out. But he is fouled will look like that may have been Tyler over here. And it was so Harris Charles's for second team found out. The Tigers got caught the kind of look at back towards the end boundary slipped. A right by can Asia's sixty nine and a half percent. From the free throw line the season. Molson eighty three point three percent. I on the way knocks it down and the rookie of the year all conference six five out of Buffalo New York today would he skilled he's aggressive? He wants to score. You gotta know where he is at all times four stands impatiently. On away. And that one is good as well. So a six four Memphis lead eighteen twenty first half of play just underway here in Orlando Lomax along the left sideline while being front by he turned got around Molson runs into a double team finds Jeremiah Martin on the Arken Martin makes a pay of the three pointer your heart helped you out. He got to where he likes to get on the floor got position with his fate said he spotted him got it back to him for a good shot. Nelson will walk it back up. Right right-wing, the white white kicks it high to hitching again Hitchin hands it over on the switch to Johnson. He takes the ball to the three and he responds dribble. Handoff exactly what I was going to be in the screen. He squared the shot nine seven at the seventeen forty one laughed here in the first half a plate. Three last side. Ronaldson an offensive rebound knocked out parks hands. Turns it over gives it to Kansas race to the right side. He'll slam on the brakes defended by Martin race goes down into the far corner. That's going to be Molson bounce pass through hitching on the baseline. He can't handle. It turns it over to Memphis funny because he's not much of a scored at tried to feed the ball inside. Obviously there coaching staff. Thanks a mismatch for him. But so far, he's not been very impressive. Getting a basketball critically hairs is out of the ball game. We'll see Korean Bruton check into the contest to the first which made by it pretty Hardaway. It'll be max over to the right side. Martin Martin fakes laugh splits. The double team gets in the air sends it on the perimeter up high now Thornton Thornton back to the Whiteside. Another head fake by Martin three sixty. Block for Mike part bear wet air. What a nice assist Tigers are aggressively going to the basket, Jeremiah Martin setting the tone for this. Tiger team early on the right side is Molson Molson up high. A white wide reverses off director Johnson swing it back to the right side again multi now the basketball near still that time by Thornton a whistle. As the ball got knocked out of bounds right on the bench foul, Jeff. And again, Rachel where he was talking about today. Don't enter tried to knock the ball away. And I didn't position to do it. I on Jeremiah third on Memphis, no fouls yet four Canadians. Under love side far side of the goal. In motion to hitch a little give and gala go right back to the corner Alto Molson, right? Art Johnson swings between the circles race race batch out where the Barton comes off the street. Here's Isaiah the rookie of the year. Trying to get down to hit shit again. Hitching just having trouble catching the basketball. You got stone hand, let's about three times has gone album. He had a chance to score. They good position body wise. Just couldn't handle the ball. And he's not happy with yelling at himself down the defensive in Mary, very frustrated Hitchin averages about five points, two rebounds a game. Hi, it's going to be dumps it down to the post turning around Martin kiss off the glass, rattles and go. Now, there's a mismatch race not big enough to handle him shorter guy. Listen, he's not sick by Martin vigor. How to the right wing mill dry baseline Martin cuts. Ima- Paula jumper. Jeremiah Martin with a blog of Isaiah race Tigers out and running. It's Martin down the left wing Martin they'll shake and bake now will settle the offense down. And they'll get a whole. Looks like that may be on hitching, and it is so and having a tough day, so far he's turned it over twice out picks up the first foul on the golden Griffins without a bring us to our first media timeout checkout chick fillet one.

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"martin racing" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"martin racing" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Modified tour driving the number six Chevrolet for T S haulers racing time in the vicinity series. For Joe Gibbs racing. Right. Give up gave them a ride. And now he's in the bigs this notice on this past Saturday finish fifth. Yup. Good for this. Good for this guy that Ryan how about that. I started at go karting. And Riverhead there, you go started at seven years old. I mean, that's you know, that's. Dr Martin's race Atari. Right. That's how they all start. Yep. He's got he's gotta go. Oh, he's got a he's got a fully. He's like a whole history stood up. He's he's got a guy got Kroger Cheerios. He's got a whole breakfast. You know thing happening. This is this is Ricky Bobby shit right here, this guy, good rim. Good for you, Ryan respect. So they don't have enough decals on their stickers on good luck on race card. Although it's really weird Cheerios in the back. Yeah. I got Sherry velva. You combine all that shit into wanna be weird? It's really weird that they're doing the Camaro and Mustang front ends Askar now because that these proportions just don't look, right. Yeah. Well, that's NASCAR for you. That's why I'd like street stocks myself. Yeah. Yeah. These I is that what does that your race your sucked because it's entry level. You know, anybody can do at five hundred bucks. A junkyard. You've got yourself a car. Do you have you? Are you familiar with with the twenty four hours of lemons? Yeah. Yeah. We do a lot of that out here. Yeah. I know. And and and I raised in a series called American endurance racing. Really? Which is. Yeah. It's like a half a bump up from that. It's not the the, you know in lemons the cars are like a joke. Yeah. You know, they seem like a chicken or fucking upside down speedboat or some shit. You know, they make him real ridiculous in the one I raise in in a are the the cars are still pretty cheap. But they are suppo-. To look normal. That's cool. Yeah. They do in the next. I just didn't race in Ohio last month. Did not go. We didn't crash, but it didn't. We broke a bunch of shit. It didn't go. Well. But it's that's cool. You know, but I do think for the for the trouble, you know, obviously, the what your point in your film is is about the small business being killed off by the big business, and that kind of stuff on the other hand cheap racing in general, especially if you're into road courses, it's never been a better time to to go cheap racing. The right now, there's between chump car with your. Yeah. You know, they just bought the rights to champ car, really, actually. So some car is now actually called champ car. Well, and you know, you lemons champ car, there's another one called lucky dog. There's that w. W WROL bracingly. Oh, I can't remember, but there's a few options. Yeah. If you wanna do cheap racing. That's good for everyone. Always right. Yeah. Totally. Yeah. Because NASCAR Cup person you're gonna have some. Oh, yeah. I mean, anything that's quote professional is super super huge dollars. Yeah. But well and even like the cheap racing kind of expensive still. I mean tires are a lot of money. Yeah. Tire even tires for miata are can be thousand the weekend. Yeah. I did notice that for for all the shitty. -ness of these guys cars, they do seem to run who they run hoosiers. Yeah. They run. Yeah. Cost them seven fifty a weekend. Yeah. With a lot of money. But that is thing is this cars are really like a cage and good tires and pretty much nothing else. That's pretty much. Sneakers. That's it. So the movie comes out November sixteenth in theaters and on demand. Is you said hundred theaters I want you saw hundred theaters tomorrow night is a sneak preview. How man that's round night. Where's it happened in LA? I think sh- nowhere. But you have to look the last race the film dot com. It's though last race. Oh, here we go special screenings a pull it up yet. That's it. The last race the film dot com. See? And here we go. Where are we there Edwards is Irvine spectrum? We've somehow ended up in Orange County the LA. Oh, no, no. Well, you gotta wait for for Friday night. All right. But look if if I zoom out will there be all over she can't, well, how far you go..

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"martin racing" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"martin racing" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Wow. We back with don't call him William column. Bill Nagel, cedar. That's phonetically written out here. Worked for the times for many years work with my buddy Shelby coffee. In DC before you came here. Right, right. I freelance for the post back in the white seventies. And harley. Shelby was the entertainment editor at the time. So that's how I knew him. He came to the times after that great guy editor and chief at the time. So it was my my boxing student many years ago fins is the name of the book Harley Earl the rise of General Motors and the glory days of Detroit, and it's available now on Amazon, and you can bookmark us and click through our site. Thanks for that. So you lament that there's no real, I don't know personality and cars today. Well, not like that used to be all kind of look alike to me. I mean, you know, as I said, I was comedy on your your green Aston Martin. I love green cars. I never see green car anymore. Drive around L A looking for Rinku Arthur's. I don't know what it is about American car buyers and green they don't they're all either black grey, silver or white every thirtieth car might be dark red, and that's pretty much it. Well, you know, it's interesting that you bring up the color because. For me. It's sort of important because my ass and Martin is in acid Martin racing green that is their color. If you find max patta, a color picture of an Aston Martin from like the fifties or sixties that like one llama like Carroll Shelby one llama in an Aston Martin. I don't know most people don't know that are you know, what? If you find out like one that's old for twenty million bucks and one up for sale and auction two years ago, or whatever it is. It's it's their color. It's there. It's there nations their brands color there is that color that ASA Martin racing rain, which is the same colors, Mike car. So if you're going to buy Nassar, Martin don't get it and black or white get in get it in color, and if you're gonna Ferrari get in their color. Yeah. I agree. British racing green. That was always my favorite color. When I was a kid. I grew up in the car business. So of course, we're from time I was conscious of being alive cars where everything to me. So you want you want green cars, what else do you want? And by the way, if you're in L A, and you're talking about green cars, you're going to be misinterpreted. Fine runs on French fries. You know, I just I remember the car the car's when I was a kid when I first discovered cars, I mean my dad worked for Chrysler Corporation. He was a sales manager. And I remember the night nineteen fifty five standing out in front of the house on a hot summer night with the kids at the around the ice cream truck. And my dad came up the street and turn into our driveway with pink and white. Nineteen fifty five to Soto fire dome hardtop and everybody's mouth dropped open. And all the kids ran away from the ice cream chart and climbed all over the car. And I never forgot that these cars in the fifties. And the sixties American stuff had crazy two tone combinations. Retune some to intones interiors were crazy. There is something distinctive about every brand. I have my theory. And it's more than the theory. I think I think it's a fact I I think if you I always think about like military aircraft. And if you take a look at stuff from World War Two, you can go well that stuff American stuff Japanese, and that stuff German now, everything is the same shape because it computer turned everything into the same shape that computer went..

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"martin racing" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"martin racing" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Into what my my response to what Brad just says. Even if this wasn't a playoff race. Was there anything wrong with what Joey did because it's a short track. And he went in there and in a way, he protected Martin because he didn't wreck Martin he didn't get him out of shape to where he lost five or ten spot. So he Joey did what he had to do for for him and his team, but he kind of protected his competition if that makes sense as well. And whether it was a playoff race or not that that's what you do at a at a short track. I mean, you go in there, and you move guys Clint Boyer did the exact same thing to Ryan Blaney two hundred laps earlier for in the exact same corner. And nobody said a word, and what was so different like like go and somebody go and tell me what was the difference between one move in the other. And then into Rogers point that was a very clean shot that is the cleanest shot at a short track for a win that you're gonna get especially if you were to go back, and obviously watch the two thousand seven. Eighteen race with with what Danny did to chase. And we've seen other you know, you can go and look, you know. I mentioned Noah and Todd granted that wasn't a short-track. So but Suraj point that was the cleanest shot you could get at martinsville in the playoffs for a shot to to clinch a shot in in in homestead. So I one hundred percent agreed with him. And Brad I think back to a year ago where it was. Kyle Busch was battling as the leader. And you had Ricky Stenhouse junior trying to stay on the lead lap ended up costing them stage win. Yeah. It is ain't type thing. Hey, look. That's just the way. It is. You know, you go to martinsville. And you have to claim your real estate. No one's gonna give it to you. No one's gonna give anything up. And if you want to win these races. You have to be a taker. You can't be a giver, and I don't think Martin gave anything more than anything. I started wondering after that race you now we talk at plate races that man. So and so went to early if they would have just done it a lap later. They might have won that race. Or maybe so-and-so waited too long to go is martinsville kind of turning into that. Did the true x go to early? You know, Judy of waited to try and pass Joey Logano and not Lugano behind him. Don't know. What race was it? Was it this year? We're we're Harvick went with like four eight four laps to go. And everybody went oh, man. I wasn't ready for him to go there. So it's it's it's part of the plan. Right, right. Yeah. You gotta play strategy. I think. Yeah. I remember when Bristol used to be literally like you had to just shove guys out of the way. I mean, I I got into the sport back when you know, Jeff, Gordon was rooting rusty Wallace out of the way every chance he got at Bristol. You know when when Dale jR, rooted ward Burton out of the way, that's what everybody loved it. Yeah. I never heard anybody say that that's cheap. Like, you went to Bristol and expect it was the bump and run celebrated. I've been laughing. I honestly have been laughing since Sunday night because. Nobody wants to use the bump and Rutland. Nobody will describe that. Nobody will use that word when it comes to what Joey did Dhamar in. And I don't understand why. Because that was again going back to what Roger said that was the cleanest route just move like he didn't want him three lanes up the racetrack. He just he honestly just got him off the bottom. So that they could drag race. And then what happened off turn four that wasn't Joey's fault that was Martin trying to put the gas down and just getting out of shape. Yeah. So. I yeah, I've been laughing for the last couple of days because I don't under-. I guess I can't say I don't understand Joey has never had that large of a fan base. I think this has more to do with who it is. Then then what happened? But it's still quite comical to me. That's what it comes down to Brad is. It's it's who is involved who did what flip it around. And if true X does chew Xs in Lugano's card vice versa. Then it's probably a move. That's being celebrated. Well, yeah. With a lot of people. I think I think you look at it something like that. And quite honestly true started thirty third and drove his way through the field. Did he not touch anybody along the way? Another thing. I was saying is is and I'm not trying to change the narrative, but you'll look like I was standing on pit road next that seventy eight car, and you can see it on the race broadcast that seventy eight car had a hole in the right side. Yeah. So you know, I understand Martin's. Like, hey, I don't race like that. And maybe he wouldn't have moved Joey like he moved here. But he was still making contact with people when you come from thirty third you're going to be moving people out of the way to your point. If it's okay, I'm left two hundred. Why is it not okay on that five hundred inside people's mind? And I honestly I think there's a lot of people who who love what they saw. They might not like Joey, but they get it was martinsville. I, you know, I wonder if the biggest thing is because true X kept saying, well, I raced him clean. I raced him clean. I raised him clean. And I wonder if that's where everybody's getting hung up is like well well Martin race, Joey clean. So why didn't Joey race Martin clean? But then at the same time it goes back to what I said two minutes ago. He that was a that was a bump and run. It wasn't a dumping run. Like, so it's it's just it's really I keep saying it. But it's just it's quite comical in thing. Is it wasn't that long ago? That fans were saying Joel guy got gotta get tougher. You know, his dad keeps getting involved and he needs to get his dad push. Side in the background and his dad is in the background now. But join us to get tougher on the track and it needs to be more aggressive. Well, okay. So now, he gets tough brother track. It he gets bored. And then this is what we hear. I think he's been aggressive quite honestly, most of the feedback that I've heard has been all positive about. This is what you do. You know this. I get that Martin was upset and if I'm Martin I'm upset too. I have no prior. Yeah. Martin can be upset. You throw the whole Roble thing on top to win two races. In the last five minutes. I can never criticize a driver for doing something that I would do in that same situation if I don't win race. I'm going to be mad. Yeah. The only thing that I that. I didn't like that. Martin. I didn't like light disagreed with was Martin was kind of almost acting as if he didn't expect it to happen. And once again, we've been in this playoff format for four years. Go back to every incident. I just named during this whole segment for drivers to continue to act like they don't know. It's coming. That's hilarious to me. And Brett to to your point about what you just brought up about joy llegado. I honestly believe that. That is a very value valid argument that not many people are talking about is when Joey came into the sport he got run over sometimes literally and sometimes figuratively from people like Kevin Harvick Tony Stewart like all you can go through the list. And I think finally got to a point where Joey said, all right. I'm gonna be in the one getting run over and he has stood up for himself. He's a lot more vocal way wants to be vocal. And there's been times where he's been right? And he's been wrong. But I think the difference is he got to a point where it's like, I'm not going to be pushed around anymore. And I think that goes unnoticed. We'll each in. 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"martin racing" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"martin racing" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"But either way, if it's no fun in LA like I, I don't know where you are Dan, but I'm much more majestic. There's some open country road you probably live new. Near that road that went to the. The went to the hotel and the shining. And then you could take that road. I gotta drive from like Glendale through per Bank. Majestic, sit in traffic. Everything's over. You know the the number one thing those cars do is overheat. And when you sit in traffic, they always overheat. So I will go out and race the race cars, especially Newman's race cars, but not so much with the the streetcars how you love in that nine eleven. And is that why or orange green dammit? That's rare question. There's the question to beautiful. That's a beautiful car. I've been eighty nine nine eleven that white and I never thought I don't white car, but I. Solid in San Francisco, and I was like, you know, it's white black interior and always like, do you wanna white one? And then I always wanted one of those fun colors, but I thought, okay, so get it. And then I said, all right, I, I understand it. You know, the the, the guy said, look, you're you, if you haven't had a white car, just drive it. You're gonna love it. And so I thought, okay, I'll give it a shot. So this time around I said, I gotta get a little fun color. That's why I went with the green, the green nine, eleven in the specially nineteen seventies cool. Look mex- put up a picture one. So these guys I can rise since it the grain you have. I got a acid Martin racing green, which is not this green. This is much more vibrant, lime green like think like fast. Now there it is. It's like, well, we're looking at a different green that I'm thinking of a little more than that. Hey, Dan, go out, go out and drive your car. Enjoy yourself and the terrific, terrific. And also I don't wanna plant a seeds, but when you're talking about just going out of the garage and kind of sitting in the car, you know if you wanna kill yourself via carbon monoxide poisoning, you can't open the garage door at him. But I'm saying if things really bottom out in the event, you get caught up in this whole metoo thing. A lot of allegations flying around allburn kept receipts, if you know what some of the fellas on your show. Take the Twitter's rail and start telling stories wants to come clean. Finally cornering them in the bathroom. You can still go out old school with the nineteen seventy nine eleven. That's what I'm saying. I'm not suggesting it. I'm just fine. I'm just saying it's five. Tha that's provenance though. If I do kill myself in the nineteen seventy four, right? Yes. And make sure pin note your chest that said, I quit this car to Adam Corolla. Don't do it, you know? Okay. You're joking likely events. I'm not joking and I'm not being earnest. I'm just saying if yeah, that's off on the off chance, seeing myself c. a. r. o. l. l. a. some people say she, oh. To ours. One l. so I don't wanna make that mistake. That's gonna get tied up in court forever because some asked why this that way. Yeah. Do cheek because that's the eighty nine nine eleven will go to him. Oh yeah. Do it won't be any confusion. Thanks for the opportunity to spend time thing. And and when we get to LA love to have you come by get, we'd I'd be honored. I'll bring my son with me, say, we it not a, we like to you. I can't. You know, he'll stay in the car. No, you can get thanks, Dan, the Dan Patrick show. Let's do it again. Thank you at the Dan Patrick show every week. Dan podcast, one sports and the Dan Patrick.

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"martin racing" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"martin racing" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"So Michael Ironside nice plane with you. Nice, senior knuckle ball comes out on Friday and it's in theaters and selected. And then also I tunes Amazon, Google play, and all that we highly recommended good to see my friend. Good beer. Thanks, good luck. Whichever way the wind blows that asked Martin it sitting there, yes. When you bought it, was it a disappointment, the first time you drove it, or was it. Because that's one of my favorite cars. You like a DB. Nine. I will be six actually, like I like six. All this Martin are great, but you know what I'm saying when you got in the actually relondo and you took it over the first time. And so was it satisfying? Was it up to your expectations? Well, nothing is ever really that nothing. Nothing in that's made of steel in leather ever really does it as well as I. There's something all the satisfaction life is you finish a hotdog. You crumple up the foil. You yelled everyone around. You check it out. You throw it at a trash can. That's twenty two feet away and it just nothing but net and the feeling you get from that for some reason is better than the Aston Martin because that's how we're wired. Now, we think it's all about the ass in mart, but it's really those stupid things. Are those subtle things Zyrtec or something is sometimes more powerful, more desire. It's more fulfilling than the actual. I think it is because you start going into, I don't want to scratch it mode and where do I park at mode? And you know, blah, blah, blah mode. But the thing that is funny about that Aston Martin is a guy Bachman over at Calvin fort before those things came out and he called me and he said, hey, somebody dropped off the ass and Martin list. There was a list. People sign up to get him. He said, you wanna get on the list. I said, okay, what's one hundred? Fifty hundred sixty five thousand dollar car. I said, I don't know. I'm I, my radio contracts up and four months or whatever. I'm not sure what my points like might be having a couple of kids. So if I signed up, I have to buy the car. You know when it comes in and six months or eight months and he said, no, just sign up order car car comes in. If you wanna pick it up, if you got the money come get it. If you don't, we'll sell it the next day. Like that's how popular. These cars were. So I went over there and you go into a room, you go into a showroom and have all the swatches of leather and the stitching and the wood panel. You want. The Burl walnut went the teak or whatever it is even have the curved little paint, swatch metal, the curves. You can see the light hits and everything. And I said, okay, I want to go with a black interior, an acid, Martin racing greens at great color on that card acid, Martin race in green and. Okay, and I start walking out of the place and I said, yeah, come back six months, pick it up and I pass by guy and he had a little cubicle, an honest computer desk at the computer screen saver was a fifties. Jag in British racing green with a blood red interior, and I said, debts what I want, and I walked back up to the show, and I said, forget about the black interior Aston Martin racing, green blood Reddin terrier, and they said done, but now it's. Your car because we're not gonna be able to move. You can't sell that. No. If you wanna do black on black or gray with black interior, whatever those silver with black interior, we'll do any of that. This crazy ass Martin racing green with a blood red interior. That's your car. I go soon as a friend of mine an actor. Absolutely Bentleys. And when the small I came out convertible came out, he went down with and he picked the color of the two. He did everything. It was like you salivating half hot rock hard all the way through the thing and the car came in. You got a four and a half months later, we're driving along sunset and a keeper. Yellow one went by and he looked at it and he looked anyone book into Rome color. And I couldn't stop and go to half an hour, and that's why making the making the nothing, but net, what the hot dog rapper..

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"martin racing" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"martin racing" Discussed on KOMO

"Over in an old mitsubishi pickup truck actually and wanted to know what we were doing and why we were taking pictures of this car and then presumably in his field yeah i'm not quite sure i mean i would have felt better about getting pulled over for speeding exactly this some kind of a waste of talent to get pulled over for taking pictures in a field let's get a little bit about the car itself again so aesthetically on the outside they've made some changes to have they've they've decked it out a little bit and there is a special signature launch addition which they've done but they've made it a little more i would say aggressive by adding carbonfiber and some fin well they added the carbonfiber i'd think kind of referred to it as little more sinister the headlights are darkened out the tail lights darkened out it doesn't have any the bright work of the standard v eight aston martin db eleven and so it just looks it looks mean which you kind of like it mr was trying to get one step more one of the things that i think was most impressive about this car is because they tighten the bushings originally on the v h version they car instead of having a lot of tail wag it had more tail dip didn't it exactly it just gripped better going around the corner is it just felt more planted put the base thing was that i mean this is really a gt car they they specifically said this is not attract car even though am are stands for aston martin racing perry i to take quick break when we come back i want to talk a little bit more about the and also wanna find out i'm going to throw something at you which i was told today by somebody at nissan sounds that correct more our auto expert with nick files is coming up on komo news no doubt wine tasting show down maybe we should just explore some wine if you come blow me away.

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"martin racing" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!

Let's Talk About Cars YO!

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"martin racing" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!

"Polling the small at all in the same building on the same place which one location i who honestly you wanna know who i thought one i think i think the valerie took away like stole the show i i i think the aim or pro of the vaccari stole the show i'm going to tell you something there was not a single picture that mercy's project one no i actually didn't know it was that show not one non glittering it us though the race car though that like other horta lot failed us off at the valve the actual valerie was there as well so can you would've thought at the val korea's okay so the vaccari is asked the martin's the is their collaboration with red bull to take on the hype wrist of hypercars like it it it is the spaceship of cars at the red bull years yet are the car has wings wayland parker but but they ought they also have a track only version on called the aim or pro which is for aston martin racing uh i believe him just gary right so it so the aim or pro version and it was the electric acid green color with i love it does our signature all it this is the same color is what the vantage was launched as right and there are also due in an air more pro version of the vantage which is insane as well what but what i heard is that car is like one point to one point three million what which is a little ridiculous yeah yeah that that's it of a very very poor over the anchorage for event or the haymarket row are they going to make it look like a trend nor it's a traveling on are they gonna make it leg senna each like synergy to yours is going to be like a it's like a g t three vantage that insane yes a lot on what looked like a million it's a lot i saw a lot of money for a lot of money yacht autistic stock on flood on aveeno they get the other utitilies but in the lowest there's there's.

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"martin racing" Discussed on War Stories w/ Oliver North

War Stories w/ Oliver North

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"martin racing" Discussed on War Stories w/ Oliver North

"Stuck my finger on his eyeball to see if there was a reaction in a wasn't side closed his eyes south tobacco company early wallace in hotel company were under fire despite the incoming they had the move across open ground and assault killed fortythree from or we managed open rash fatty all the way out or to five under the age grow entered the left for the village and large open create jim mcleans not allowed to cover not a whole lot of kerber to get in through as we were getting close to you'll food relief i was the last man back looked down the trenchline abdeal trade show lined with full of the bad guys couple of behind the petition how hope up down frank ran out of ammo and i ran across ride paid catch up with a rough but if you had done what you did the lead element of hotel company would have been denial aided they would have came in behind this correct later thanked added latah county 25 shortly after noon come to this village now you take some real heavy casualties they opened up on us the sheen gun smallarms sixty millimeter mortar several guys got hit right away despite the incoming fire doug martin went to work on the wounded every one of these guys were were hit all these young marines sending eighteen year old everyone's that they'll give jc philo lancecorporal livers to in the middle of it tell me about what doc martin did not martin raced across their with very little cover die said the hell with a dove up and ran out to smearing.

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