35 Burst results for "Napa"

Golf Fans Just Want the Best Players to Play

Fore The People

04:45 min | 2 months ago

Golf Fans Just Want the Best Players to Play

"That's it. End of story, then you don't have to worry about it. I mean, I know he's screwed with Tiger, creating his own tour of the Rory tour whenever people want to call it, but I don't know, man. The thing about Rory is like, still got Greg off ahead of him. It goes without saying, but he's not 21. Right. Or whatever. There's going to be all sorts of people coming up. So like, what's this all going to look like? Their skin probably have to be a marriage in this deal. The rumors on the street this week was John Ron was going. Like people were like popping off. There's a top ten. He's pissed at the rural tour. He doesn't want to play. Everybody thought it was wrong. I guess Ron came out and said fake news, not true. But there's more people are going to go, right? At some point, there's going to be some mergers, so maybe he's playing his cards. Maybe that's the deal. Maybe you talk shit the whole time. They were like, God, we're going to have to really pay this dude to kind of like, you know, come over to the dark side or negotiate or whatever. Who knows? I have no idea what's going to happen, but as a golf fan, I want the best guys playing plane in like mcelroy, what he thinks about the writer cop. I mean, I don't need to be rude, but it's totally irrelevant because the writer cup is run by the PGA of America, not the PGA Tour. And it's run by writer cup Europe, right? They have no say on who's on the American team. So if a couple of the guys make it, who cares? And as an American fan, I want the Americans to win. I'm not a freaking traitor, I want us to have the best team possible. So why wouldn't I want that? So then banning American guys hurts the American team, then banning Euro guys does it really hurt the Euro team at all. That's true. It's a good point. The thing that I really don't understand with all of this is that so you've got Rory you got Rory McIlroy in these guys talking against the live, okay? And you got guys that went to live. And you got PGA Tour players that went to live. And by the way, there are a couple guys on the PGA Tour that are playing this week by our boy, Jimmy walker, who's a friend of the pot, Jimmy walker, a great guy. And he's playing this week at the Leonard fournette championship out there in Napa Valley. And he's only playing because he was 54th in career money. 5 four. And four guys ahead of him went to live on the career money list. So he moved to number 50 and got a one time exemption to use on the PGA Tour, right? Because you get an exemption for top 50 career money, you get an exemption. Is that into everything or how does that happen? That's a full year. That is a full year. So you get a one year full year. If your top 50 career money, you get a one year full year career, you get a one year exemption. So like David toms is used one river. He was talking about that on FTP. Yeah. But there's a top 25 in the top 50. So Jimmy went from 54 to 50, so he had a one time exemption for an entire year and he's using it. This week, we're using it this year. He's playing the entire year, which that's helped a bunch of guys. Which I think is cool. Even though the guys that ended up leaving, obviously, are kicked out and banned forever, but whatever. Well, until they merge, wish they will merge, they will merge. This is ridiculous to not think that the lip tour and the PGA Tour will figure something out. They will. Norman and monaghan will run on the beach together hold hands and bathing suits and the world will be fine and a year probably. But until then, we've got to figure it out. And yeah, the top 50 career money list. That's kind of an interesting deal with all these guys going to live. It's opening more places up on tour for career money. Yeah, I mean, I love Jimmy walker like, I know your boys with Sam and he was on our parties and FTP guy and every time I look at his Instagram, he's like, here's this new grill. Here's the steak, reverse Sierra, like garlic butter, like I don't give a fuck. I wouldn't even know he was a golfer. I thought he was like the guy that does the sprinkles the salt. Yeah, I thought he was like the white southern Texas guy version of the guy that does that. But all of a sudden, I see pictures of him in 7 irons. He's like, here's my 7 iron swing and I was like, who gives a fuck? I was like, well, now I know why, because he's top 50 and he's practicing now. He's in an internment. He thought he was going to play nothing. Jimmy would Jimmy would Jimmy would probably agree. And I was like, well shit, now we gotta look at 700 swings instead of how to cook a delicious steak, but I'm here for, I'm here for regardless. I can't handle 7 iron and I can't cook a great steak, so. Yeah, there we are. So how many events did you play when you're in your year on the PGA Tour? Probably 30. You can play over 30 in one year. Did I

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"napa" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:30 min | 2 months ago

"napa" Discussed on Fore Play

"Look, I mean, we're just gonna pretty much hop right in. We got Kai westmoreland, you are the first air force academy grad to ever earn his PGA Tour card, also I believe to make the cut at the open T 68 last year. You've been through a lot of it with the golf over the last couple of years, grind and making it. What's life like right now as someone who's been, you know, you did obviously a four academy, 5 years of service, grinding, trying to make it, and now here you are, you're a Napa. You described it a little bit the feeling, but are you trying to hold back a little bit of the excitement of like, hell yeah, I'm on the PGA Tour right now. Now, I mean, it's definitely exciting. We're

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Nancy Pelosi's Husband Charged With DUI in California

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:44 min | 5 months ago

Nancy Pelosi's Husband Charged With DUI in California

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband, you know, he was charged with a DUI. Last month or so, causing injury and he could face jail time for alleged drunk driving at the end of May. 82 year old Paul Pelosi, driving his car, just got hit with new charges, including driving under the influence of alcohol causing injury and driving with a .08 percentage blood alcohol level or higher causing injury. This is so great. You know, first, we were told there's no mug shot. No, they didn't, there's no mug shot. They don't take monk shanks up in Napa Valley. But there is a mug shot. And now we see it all the time. And then we were told, after the accident, a sheriff swung by and by the way, it wasn't a fender bender. This was a situation where both cars were totaled. No car could leave the scene. Totaled. Sheriff drops by. You guys okay? Everybody okay? Okay, I gotta go. This is not my jurisdiction. That doesn't seem like it would happen, does it? Just use your, you should noggin. It's not what that's not what people in the legal world do. That's not what people in the policing world do. They don't leave. And finally, shocker, there was a witness renowned learning. And I don't think this witness was somebody walking the dark lonely country roads at an off hour like Jussie Smollett's attackers in Chicago holding a noose and bleach. I don't think this person was walking the streets alone at that hour. I believe she was in Pelosi's car. And we shall

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Nancy Pelosi's Husband Charged With DUI in California

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 6 months ago

Nancy Pelosi's Husband Charged With DUI in California

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband we call him Paul Pelosi Was arrested and charged with driving under the influence after being involved in a collision Saturday night law enforcement officials said Paul Pelosi 82 was arrested at 1144 p.m. Pacific time and charged with driving under the influence DUI And driving with a blood alcohol content of .08% or higher according to the Napa county criminal justice network's public booking report both charges are misdemeanors TMZ the first reported kind of wonder how they get on top of these things They're pretty quick Pelosi was attempting to cross SR 29 when his 2021 Porsche which clearly was not electric was hit by a 2014 Jeep traveling northbound on the road according to a collision report from the highway patrol Which doesn't identify either drivers being at fault in the crash troopers were called to the scene just before ten 30 p.m. the report said there were no injuries Reported in the crash in the Jeep's driver was not arrested Seen it has reached out to the highway patrol Napa county sheriff's office for additional details Belle was set as $5000 according to the booking report so he was taken in And records indicate Pelosi was released Sunday morning so he was taken in And he was kept in holding through the night Until the next morning so he must have been drunk big time ladies and gentlemen

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Nancy Pelosi's husband, Paul Pelosi, arrested for alleged DUI

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Nancy Pelosi's husband, Paul Pelosi, arrested for alleged DUI

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband was arrested over the weekend after getting involved in a two vehicle crash Authorities say 82 year old Paul Pelosi was taken into custody late Saturday night and released Sunday on $5000 bond He is suspected of driving under the influence after driving a Porsche into an intersection and getting hit by a Jeep in Napa county California no injuries were reported in the driver of the Jeep was not arrested Pelosi could face misdemeanor charges including driving under the influence and driving with a blood alcohol level of .08 or higher his wife House speaker Nancy Pelosi was on the east coast to give a commencement address at Brown university

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The Fall of 2015 Was a Golfing Dream for Smylie Kaufman

Fore The People

01:14 min | 8 months ago

The Fall of 2015 Was a Golfing Dream for Smylie Kaufman

"Get your tour card obviously that year, right? And then you go, and then you go win in Vegas. And you say to hell with this, this is the easiest thing ever. What was I doing in college trying to play top 5? I could just come out here and win right away. Yeah, you know, that fall, man. What a dream fall, huh? Well, I was playing so well. And the guys coming off of the web really like, you don't have a break. You just go straight into playing. That's the best thing that could ever happen for a young pro is like playing a smaller, not the biggest tour event, but still the big, the big show. And you get out there and you're just like, all right, I'm still in playing mode. It's not like when you got your card in years past where you had to wait all the way till Sony. You wait three or four months and you're not, you know, you're not as fresh as you were coming off a web tour finals, which we were. You know, we had a week off then went to Napa. It's like, you're still in a pretty good golf shape. I think that was an advantage for me that I finished tenth in Napa and then when the following week and just had an awesome fall, it was the best. Some of the best golf I've played on tour was that fall and into all the way into Augusta.

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A highlight from An Introduction To Spiritual Warfare

Live Behind The Veil

11:53 min | 8 months ago

A highlight from An Introduction To Spiritual Warfare

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. There were behind the veil. How do you walk through the spiritual warfare that you face daily in your life? I'm Ron your host, and in this podcast we talk about some simple, spiritual principles. That we can exercise to enable us to always walk in the victory of Christ and to fight the good fight of faith. This generation is being assaulted. The entire generation, most people don't even know how, how to stand with spiritual warfare. You got to teach people how to get through it. Can't throw it off. You can't, you just got to go through it. Delight Christ did, you set your face like Flint, and when he went through what he went through, I'm sure, well, I know he said so, he said, man, if this cup can pass away, I don't want to do it. I don't want to do this. But he knew, not my will, but thine be done. And I think going through stuff opens up that double portion. We are to partake of the life, but sometimes it feels like you got to die to get on the life side of it. There's an important thing going on. That the warfare that Paul Peter, the early church had, was the warfare for their day. And we have the warfare for our day. I believe that we are positioned in a warfare that has a finality. The way we wore is different than Paul and Peter and gang. To give you an example, when heaviness strikes me, I take time, I go take a nap. And the reason I take a nap is, I call it my Napa victory. Because I eliminate any tiredness in me, and I wake up from that nap having set my focus. That when I wake up, I wake up in victory, and the heaviness leaves. Because it has no part in me. And I think there's things we do in warfare now. That we didn't even do 20 years ago. And I know that one of the major things is the more we talk about all the warfare that we're facing, the more life we give it. Many times you can look at somebody and you can say how was your day. Your look each other in the eye, you nod, that's all it takes. And I think, in our immaturity, you know, I did all these bad things. Well, there's some of that carried over. To warfare in the spirit. To where its very easy to sit around and tell stories on this terrible thing happened to me, and today it was this, and today it was at in afternoon, it's amazing because the greatest thing that Satan can do in his warfare against us. Is cause us to delay. And what am I doing? Am I telling you about the beautiful vistas? Of his word that were that's unfolding to me now and worship. And just learning some of the basics of recognizing simple warfare. Don't be caught unaware. Satan has complained a lot of games. But all his games are basically the same. If I can get you to delay you from believing, the word of your father, I could slow you down, I might even be able to wipe you out. And this is a fun when I was thinking about this last night. When I was a little kid, I'm not sure who taught it to me. I think it was my mother, or my grandmother, but I used to say, now I lay me down to sleep. I pray the lord my soul to keep, right there, as a little kid, I was taught how to protect myself. While I slept, and I didn't know it. Very simple child's prayer. Loosed God into my life. He was there protecting my sleep. I was praying because that's what I was taught to do. I don't know how much of the lord I knew yet. That spiritual warfare. Here I am a little shaver. Out there knocking them down. Because I prayed my soul to keep I ask him to do it. One. Virtual warfare. Asked God to do it. It's not up to you to do it. Many people we've talked to in finding out, they had been battling with something like cancer or something. But they refused to tell people about it. And they refused to give it an expression, and a lot of those people that cancer left. You give validity to it when you talk about it. It's like what we've talked about is you give an expression of your faith, and like for instance myself, I get up and I go out and do things that basically I'm told I should not do. Because I believe the lord is healed me, and I'm going to act as if so. I'm not going to let it stop me. When you give it attention, it grows. And if you don't give the attention that it's crying for, then it tends to die off, and I think that's how we battle Satan also don't give him the credit. Don't recognize how much he has attempted to create delays, distractions. Do I have a problem? I wouldn't even say I need prayer. Necessarily. I would say may be I've got. I've got an issue I'm facing. Play it down. And then what's the reaction of those who love me? They go to the Holy Spirit. Yes. And they say Holy Spirit show me what's going on here. Holy Spirit, show me how to pray, and that's the effect of prayer that is created by the father, and that relieves us of all speculation, and even when you come to the point where, well, I don't know what to pray. We have two solutions. You can pray in tongues. The second solution is, our reach into the heart of the father, and I draw what this guy needs, and I am part it to him lord he will throw a third one in real quick as simply the disciples prayer thy kingdom come thy will be done in this situation. Use that. We don't have to know what's going on. We don't have to know nothing, but we can pray, thy will be done in this man's life for this woman's life father we pray the prayers led by the Holy Spirit, because the finality will be obvious. I come across a scripture the other day that talked about a healing. And it wasn't instant. A healing does need to be instant. It needs to be in the will of God. Yes. And the same way with revelation of your if you have a problem and you're trying to figure it out in your seeking God and you ask others pray for me with me pray with me. That I understand. Yeah. How long is that supposed to take? As long as God wants it to take. Because we're praying by the Holy Spirit, were led by the Holy Spirit. The amazing thing is that eliminates the spiritual warfare over the situation, because you've turned it over to God. You are being led by the Holy Spirit. Yes, there is going to be things come along and say I want to last on a little grumbling. But it's easy to turn that away, you know what to do. That's the probably the problem with many Christians is they don't know what to do when doubt comes in, when questioning comes in. These things are spiritual warfare. What do you do? Where do you go? What do you turn to? Only one answer to that you turn to the father. You turn to the sun, you turn to the Holy Spirit, one of the things that we've been taught also is a true act of submission, is to go to somebody and say, the lord is showing me something. Can you pray with me about it? And that way you're not identifying anything, you're just requesting prayer to help you get to see the other side of it, whether it's warfare or if it's something that's glorifying God. That is a true act of submission because you don't want to hide anything, but you don't have to express everything either. You are submitting yourself because you're not going to attack this thing on your own. You're inviting others to be with you, and so you say, can you join me in prayer over this situation? Let the father deal with it. He wants somebody to know specifics of what you're going through and maybe he has a word of direction or something. Let God do that. It's okay that we go through things. It's okay the good, the bad and the ugly. All of it's fine. But our focus is on the road. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.

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Allen and Markkanen lead Cavaliers past Mavericks 114-96

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Allen and Markkanen lead Cavaliers past Mavericks 114-96

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The Ruling Class Has Become So Disconnected From the 'Muscular' Class

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 1 year ago

The Ruling Class Has Become So Disconnected From the 'Muscular' Class

"So there's two types of economic classes in America. And by the way, one is not necessarily better than the other, right? There's the muscular class, and then there's the zoom and Skype class, right? So I'm part of the zoom in Skype class, okay? That doesn't make me a better person. It just so happens. I was able to keep on doing my work in the midst of the lockdown without having to lift boxes or wear a mask all day long. But the people that actually run the country, which I think never got the credit they deserved quite honestly during the pandemic, are the people that worked at the Amazon fulfillment centers. The people that are police officers, the people that are our firefighters, the people that actually drove trucks and instead, you saw this growing disconnect of the people in charge, have this arrogance and this attitude almost as top down revolution like, oh, you work with your hands, you don't have a doctorate from Harvard, your DOM and your stupid, right? And so but we saw this bubbling up in a variety of different ways. And for those of us that look at the stuff really closely and are worried about these trends, we said, this is not sustainable. You can't declare war on the people that actually make your country run and act as if there won't be a backlash against that, right? It's like a steep on serving me food serfs and servants. And we'd always make jokes about it, you know when Nancy Pelosi would be out in Napa Valley and all of her donor Friends were maskless, right? And every single person serving food outdoors were wearing masks, right? And we saw that whether Obama's birthday party in Martha's Vineyard where, you know, we had to kind of watch all the videos of people that had to wear masks or masks, but they were a sophisticated vaccinated crowd. And we saw that some people call double standards or hypocrisy, it's not. It's hierarchy. It's people in charge I think they're actually better than you. So hypocrisy is like if you actually believe the rule or you say it and you do something else, these are people that actually think they're at a different level of

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"napa" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"napa" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"Have the work ethic to take on all of this extra. When i'm sure of your friends were doing it. I've never even heard of this. I know none of my friends. Were doing any of this I certainly didn't do it. This amazing to have this work ethic that you don't go from twelve crushing it to like you know okay graduated. I'm sixteen. i'm just gonna do nothing for the rest of my life. Any bon-bons day by the lounging. Funny enough. I think people think that you know i. It took a lot more than actually did so. I talked about this in in one of my books. Like i was actually able to automate a lot of because a lot of the scholarship is ask for you. Know your generic personal statement in so you write one essay. You can apply to. Probably at least fifty scholarships with that same essay. Same thing that goes for like the recommendation letters that they want for those scholarships you know. I had three or four people in my life. Who were teachers or other adults. That were tours. I had them write letters. And i had them write to whom it may concern or two scholarship committee. I just make copies and you know and back then. Everything was by mail so i literally just had a stack of you know letters of recommendation stack of personal statements and stuffing envelopes. You know You know maybe you had to fill out napa location that ask for your you know your contact information for each line but other than that. I had it down to a science. Basically works smart not hard so it wasn't really as as difficult. Maybe people may think. okay. I am going to say no. It was edison enormous effort. You should be applauded. I am trying to celebrate you because this fabulous this story for all the moms. The high school kids that are listening right. Now go back rewind a couple of minutes and listen to her again on regular speed. Because i know people listen to podcast to go back and listen to her on regular speed. She had a a an essay that she would use. And i'm sure tweak to each separate person but use this same essay spend time writing a killer essay and then tweak it a little bit you only house to write that one killer essay.

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"napa" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"napa" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Stuff with awesome people fire nation. You're the average of the five pupils. Spend the most time with you've been hanging out with 'em j. in jail d today and michael where can fire nation. Connect with you. How can we learn more about what you have going on any call to action for us. Let us now. People want to jump on the drinking and knowing things bandwagon and start and start getting those recommendations they can just go to drinking and knowing things dot com and sign up. Just put your email and and you'll start getting the the emails do if you enter interested in the book. You can find it on amazon if you're interested in following me on on on instagram. That's at drinking. And knowing things are at drinking and knowing on from bhutan perspective baton wine dot com or bhutan. Wine is a good way to watch our progresses some amazing pictures of vineyards were were not as great updating the The website is we probably should be but but Instagram usually has pretty current pictures of what's going on in the vineyards. And i certainly people are welcome to connect with me on linked at at michael juergens for sure fire nation. I want you to head over to you. Fire dot com type michael. The search bar and the shoeless fears will pop up with links to everything that michael talks about s- links to.

"napa" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"napa" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"The successes you've had everything in between drinking and knowing things that idea that you had and now it's you know bestseller in amazon and doing all these cool things take the microphone. Take us home like what is the one thing the you really wanna make sure fire. Nation gets from everything that we talked about here today. Then share the best way that we can connect with you in everything you have going on. And then we'll say goodbye. One of the things that i did earlier in my career as i chased i chased stuff. And when you're chasing things especially if you're chasing them for the wrong reasons you never really achieve in my opinion happiness and success and so. I adopted up mentality of hot. I don't know about eight or ten years ago. Which is only do epic stuff with cool people and you can apply that to business. You can apply that to your social life. You can apply to to pretty much any aspect of your life but if the things that you're doing are not epic and if the people that you are doing them with are not cool then you are not maximizing the roi on your your time on this planet we only get limited time so spend it in the in the things that are going to bring you the most happiness and the most success and you'll get there through doing epic stuff with cool people. I think that could be tattooed across my arm. I mean i've never gonna tattoo in my life. I've waited for the right moment but do epic stuff with awesome people. I mean to me what better way to live life than doing epoch..

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"napa" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"napa" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Smartest way to hire so michael. We're back in. You did tell us a challenge. You had in the suez canal. Of course. i was a very frustrating experience. And you know we've also talked about some other things that has gone along with this project but let's really dive deep into just the overall key challenges putting something together like this because what i want our listeners to be at a poll from this is what can they expect when they go after their big hairy audacious goals like what are the challenges that were presented to you. If you were going to start a vineyard you'd start with. Let's go get all of the weather data for the last twenty years and evaluate exactly what the weather data looked like never to is. You'd go get soil analysis done and you'd evaluate you. Know the the composition of the soil and the ph and everything else. Then you would analyze that information that data and figure out exactly what is the best grape you know. Is it merlot cabernet chardonnay. What's the best route stock. What's the best vine spacing. What's the best chelsea. Can you would have all this data. We didn't have any of that. I mean there's not that many weather stages in bhutan. The soil is radically diverse. And no one knows no history of what's worked there so i think for for us this. We could have gotten into analysis paralysis pretty easily but at the end of the day. You've just got to take some action and that's what we did with that. We're finding all kinds of new things like for example. We just planted a vineyard. I was just talking about this And about two weeks in by circuit and photos from the guys working on the vineyards of this weird lookin' caterpillar that they'd never seen before. That was munching on our our grapevines. I sent it to our our technical team. They're like we don't know what that is and we asked to boot knees like do you know what this is. We don't know what that is either. We know it's likes grapevines so this this doing stuff in a new environment with no data poses risk and you. You can't let the risk get in the way of of moving forward. What you have to do is monitor the risk. And then you know we're we're trying different ways of getting rid of the caterpillar. now it's buddhist countries so you can't kill anything you got to sort of figure out what he's getting interested in something other than your grapevines. So that's the stuff. I do on a daily basis putting out fires. Fire nation putting out fires not lighting fires putting them out. And that's what happens when you go out to these big hairy audacious goals and you have a phrase michael drinking and knowing.

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"napa" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"napa" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Of building the next napa valley in the himalayas recognizing once again that had didn't start off as my dream to be involved. I just thought it would be super cool if they did it But then once. I once i became involved in realized i could be a piece of this and actually i think that bhutan is probably the last country in the world. That has the organic potential to grow. Amazing wine grapes. That doesn't already do it. Most places that can do it had been doing it for thousands of years and it was just to your point earlier. It's remote. And so you know marco polo and the roman army never got there with their handfuls grapes and so they ever planted in there. But what i'm doing is is we've taken a very collaborative approach with that. The country You know there's a. I don't know if you're familiar with with batons spent some time and and obviously the himalayas but they have a concept called gross domestic happiness instead of gross domestic product which is an amazing way to live. But they believe that. What's more important is the happiness of their citizens rather than any arbitrary economic success and so they have different pillars that that guide the gross domestic happiness for us. What we did is. We didn't approach the wine industry as like. Hey here's a way to make a few bucks it was. Here's a way that we think that this mashes extremely well with what you're trying to do with gross national happiness. And and then we went around and we got buy in from all of the various ministries of the government. You know that would have a say in this. The ministry of agriculture the ministry of economic affairs and so so on and so forth so we started with that then. Obviously you know. There's a enormous amount of logistics to try to get grapes up to the himalayas in vineyard plant. And but were. We've planted eight vineyard so far were up to about. We've got a hundred acres or so in total vineyard land but only about fifty acres are planted where we're still trying to experiment and see what's going to work there because no one knows it's never been done before and so you know back to your tactical what do you do. Well you do as much research as you can but eventually you just gotta grip it and rip it and and so we're doing that but we're doing it in a very mindful fail forward kind of way. So what's been one of your most frustrating experiences as far and.

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"napa" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"napa" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Lot of people have dreams like i have dreams. Kate has dreams. People listening to this podcast. They have dreams. But there's a difference between having dreams and actually feet on the grounds accomplishing dreams. So let's get specific like let's really talk this through. Because i think fire nation can maybe learn from the action that you're going to be taking about great ways. They can go forward accomplishing their dream. So how are you accomplishing your dream of building the next napa valley in the himalayas recognizing once again that had didn't start off as my dream to be involved. I just thought it would be super cool if they did it But then once. I once i became involved in realized i could be a piece of this and actually i think that bhutan is probably the last country in the world. That has the organic potential to grow. Amazing wine grapes. That doesn't already do it. Most places that can do it had been doing it for thousands of years and it was just to your point earlier. It's remote. And so you know marco polo and the roman army never got there with their handfuls grapes and so they ever planted in there. But what i'm doing is is we've taken a very collaborative approach with that. The country You know there's a. I don't know if you're familiar with with batons spent some time and and obviously the himalayas but they have a concept called gross domestic happiness instead of gross domestic product which is an amazing way to live. But they believe that. What's more important is the happiness of their citizens rather than any arbitrary economic success and so they have different pillars that that guide the gross domestic happiness for us. What we did is. We didn't approach the wine industry as like. Hey here's a way to make a few bucks it was. Here's a way that we think that this mashes extremely well with what you're trying to do with gross national happiness. And and then we went around and we got buy in from all of the various ministries of the government. You know that would have a say in this. The ministry of agriculture the ministry of economic affairs and so so on and so forth so we started with that then. Obviously you know. There's a enormous amount of logistics to try to get grapes up to the himalayas in vineyard plant. And but were. We've planted eight vineyard so far were up to about. We've got a hundred acres or so in total vineyard land but only about fifty acres are planted where we're still trying to experiment and see what's going to work there because no one knows it's never been done before and so you know back to your tactical what do you do. Well you do as much research as you can but eventually you just gotta grip it and rip it and and so we're doing that but we're doing it in a very mindful fail forward kind of way.

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Building the Next Napa Valley In the HIMALAYAS With Wine Expert Michael Juergens

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Building the Next Napa Valley In the HIMALAYAS With Wine Expert Michael Juergens

"Lot of people have dreams like i have dreams. Kate has dreams. People listening to this podcast. They have dreams. But there's a difference between having dreams and actually feet on the grounds accomplishing dreams. So let's get specific like let's really talk this through. Because i think fire nation can maybe learn from the action that you're going to be taking about great ways. They can go forward accomplishing their dream. So how are you accomplishing your dream of building the next napa valley in the himalayas recognizing once again that had didn't start off as my dream to be involved. I just thought it would be super cool if they did it But then once. I once i became involved in realized i could be a piece of this and actually i think that bhutan is probably the last country in the world. That has the organic potential to grow. Amazing wine grapes. That doesn't already do it. Most places that can do it had been doing it for thousands of years and it was just to your point earlier. It's remote. And so you know marco polo and the roman army never got there with their handfuls grapes and so they ever planted in there. But what i'm doing is is we've taken a very collaborative approach with that. The country You know there's a. I don't know if you're familiar with with batons spent some time and and obviously the himalayas but they have a concept called gross domestic happiness instead of gross domestic product which is an amazing way to live. But they believe that. What's more important is the happiness of their citizens rather than any arbitrary economic success and so they have different pillars that that guide the gross domestic happiness for us. What we did is. We didn't approach the wine industry as like. Hey here's a way to make a few bucks it was. Here's a way that we think that this mashes extremely well with what you're trying to do with gross national happiness. And and then we went around and we got buy in from all of the various ministries of the government. You know that would have a say in this. The ministry of agriculture the ministry of economic affairs and so so on and so forth so we started with that then. Obviously you know. There's a enormous amount of logistics to try to get grapes up to the himalayas in vineyard plant. And but were. We've planted eight vineyard so far were up to about. We've got a hundred acres or so in total vineyard land but only about fifty acres are planted where we're still trying to experiment and see what's going to work there because no one knows it's never been done before and so you know back to your tactical what do you do. Well you do as much research as you can but eventually you just gotta grip it and rip it and and so we're doing that but we're doing it in a very mindful fail forward kind of way.

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"napa" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"napa" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Michael say what's up to fire nation and sheer something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with what's up fire nation and i guess one thing i believe about being successful you have to cultivate a really a mindset of apathy and what i mean by that is you. You cannot be come to outcome dependent because what ends up happening is as you go along And you're pursuing. Whatever the vision is. It's never gonna work out exactly the way you wanted to. And so if you're one hundred percent focused on the outcome you never actually see the opportunities and a good example that a slack right you know. Those guys didn't set out to make slack. They were doing something else. And they created slack to help them pursue their their vision and then they looked at it like. Oh this is pretty cool we should. We should get this thing so you had this idea of of not being outcome dependent. I think is is critical to success. Not just in business. But in life too i think what is important though is being action dependence fire nation. Because you never know what you're going to stumble upon you never know what's going to lead to the next thing but guess what sitting on your butt and just wondering and trying to wait till your perfect is going to result in absolutely nothing. So as i mentioned during the show. We're talking today about the building. The next napa valley in the himalayas. What an audacious goal. But hey if we're not having a big hairy audacious goal in our life. What are we really doing on this earth and michael. I don't think you notice about me. But i actually tracked the himalayas a twelve day anna purna circuit track and it was an absolutely amazing experience. And therefore i do know firsthand that it's a gorgeous place but i also know that is quite remote so break it down for us. Why did you choose the himalayas for the next napa valley. There's a piece of it. The setup. I wanted to start a vineyard. I could just go down the street to pasa robles or temecula and start a vineyard. Be like everybody else. And that's not interesting to me. But i think really the draw to the himalayas. It wasn't like i set out to go there to explore. Where we could start a wine industry i happen to be in bhutan and i noticed how just magnificently beautiful. The place was and how amazing the crops were there and so i actually thought they already grew grapes there so i went around asking everybody where the the vineyards i wanna go. See the vineyards. While i'm here and everyone's like we don't have any and so it was like well you guys. Should you need to get on this right away. And i coached the country around how. I thought that they should do it. And i gave them all the information. I wrote the business plan for for them. And i just wanted them to do it. I thought it would be bitching if if if they did it. And they came to me and said we really really want to do this as a country. But we really want to partner with you to do it. I was like that. Sounds like the coolest adventure pretty much. Anyone could have on the wine world. So i'm in. Let's talk about the specifics because a lot of people have dreams like i have dreams. Kate has dreams. People listening to this podcast. They have dreams. But there's a difference between having dreams and actually feet on the grounds accomplishing dreams. So let's get specific like let's really talk this through. Because i think fire nation can maybe learn from the action that you're going to be taking about great ways..

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Apple App Store Changes Fail to Stem Push for Overhaul Bill

Mac OS Ken

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Apple App Store Changes Fail to Stem Push for Overhaul Bill

"Peace offerings and settlements between apple and developers won't stop congressional moves against app stores couple of weeks ago apple announced a proposed settlement with smaller developers. Perhaps the biggest concession offered by apple was the one that would let developers use communications such as email to share information about payment methods outside of their ios app. A few days later apple settled with the japanese government that settlement included a pledge to let reader apps such as net flex and spotify. And who knows. Maybe some that actually involve reading under terms of the settlement apple will let reader apps include an in napa linked to their website for users to either setup or managing account and sign up using a non app store. Payment method will be possible according to a piece from macrumors. Maybe they think it's not enough. Maybe they just wanna look tough. Whatever the reason the piece from apple and cider has at least one. Us senator saying legislation up ending up stores. Run by apple and google will go forward last month. A bipartisan group of senators introduced the open up. Markets act speaking the bloomberg one of the. Bill's sponsors senator. Amy klobuchar democrat of minnesota. Said though apple is taken some small steps to respond to criticism of its anticompetitive conduct. They did not go. Nearly far enough there is growing momentum to pass the open up. Markets act to finally address apple and google twin monopolies. And i will continue working with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to get it done. You didn't ask but i'll tell you anyway. What annoys me is. They're gonna point to this as a thing that they got done

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Virginia Removes Robert E. Lee Statue From Capital

All In with Chris Hayes

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Virginia Removes Robert E. Lee Statue From Capital

"All learn the story of the warren school at least the basics of it slavery and the rights and status of enslaved people through america into a civil war from eighteen sixty one eight hundred sixty five north. The union eventually won the south confederate states. That had seceded were vanquished and president abraham lincoln was assassinated. But we are not taught. Hardly ever i certainly was taught this only a little bit. We know less about is what came after after the union's victory which is a successful effort by those same confederate forces to win back white supremacy in the south and to win back. The story of their own nobility and those victories are marked with monuments to the confederacy to the losing side to the traders. Like this one. A robert ugly erected in the former capital of the confederacy in richmond virginia in one ninety twenty five years after lee's surrender napa mathematics and after the thirteenth and fourteenth and fifteen commitments which made slavery illegal and unconstitutional enshrined due process in our constitution and gave men of any color of the right to vote and full citizenship and after the union victory there was a hope born for people like frederick douglass and thaddeus stevens and harriet tubman of a true multiracial. Democracy enshrined in those civil war amendments of equal citizens under law with dignity and respect and freedom and the beginnings of that the period the period of reconstruction the south with federal troops deployed to keep the peace confederacy reduced to shameful abject defeat. Black people were voting. They were registering to vote and they were going to school. Becoming becoming local office. Holders and mayors town councilman and members of congress. Like senator hiram revels of mississippi. I bet you've probably never heard that name. Maybe some of you know it. We don't learn his name. The first african american to serve in the upper chamber these were the actual beginnings of a true genuine multiracial democracy in the south and in america that were then destroyed

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"napa" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"napa" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"In combing to ireland's to do this now. There would be a lot of people listening. I imagine this morning. Who would want to get involved in this august of twenty twenty two. How can they find out more. How can they book a place. Yeah so it can map as websites and they have registration pates and you have to sell in their paperwork by september fifteenth. If you don't have failed them by then you you won't be eligible for face and there might be a competition for these faces so it's really important to get your paper in now Paperwork is there a lot of work in the paperwork they re is actually because like i was saying that they like they look at each cases and individual you kind of course from all purpose tier and doctors here But once you've done us the next time he goes to nothing. You don't have to do all the paperwork again and it just really helps them. I guess a plan together before they even need your files will important. Look at least it's coming and at least it's a definite plan rather than just tonight and for your both. Thanks for being with us on the program this morning. Feulner blake walsh and sharon galvin their daughters. Zoe and hannah have been helped by the napa center. If you want to get involved if you think might be of interest or of help to you and your family you can go to their website. Napa center dot org napa center dot org now. You must fill in the form of the paperwork there by wednesday week the fifteenth.

"napa" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"napa" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"Hello this is hannah from right-handed. Would you like to watch something scary. Like really scary so scary. Hi behind the safer. Then you need shudder. Shudder is the ultimate streaming service. If you like hot racing thrillers. The mind-bending supernatural and a good old gut wrenching horror discover an unbeatable collection of hollywood classics and critically acclaimed new genre films. That are sure to leave. You feeling satisfied if a little freaked out. Sign up now at shudder dot com. That's s. h. u. d. d. e. r. dot com shudder. So good. it's scary. Be opinion line on cork's ninety-six am ever heard of a napa center was a new one on me entirely the neurological physical habilitation center. Sounds like something to do with education and therapy Let's go to fiona fiona good morning to you. Good morning. how are you good. Your daughter has been to a napa center. What is it may resistant. Why is it so important. Special rice so not by is a collection to come together and work with kids with disabilities and usually therapists occupation campus speech language surface and and they have same caves if they started off in los angeles type of ace and the next finding every sale. We used to live in australia. And we went to censor and then we buy to orleans two years ago on so phone you can you hear me there. Okay better now yes So since we moved back to ireland. She's been to boston to not And a group of moments have come together irish small and we had pushed a proposal together to get enough. Let's come to ireland's and we're really lucky there komeini next year around this time next year and it's just an amazing opportunity for kids with special needs to have a different type of intervention. So what did fiona do with nap on. How long was she there so she went for three weeks. You do three weeks time. I need you treat four hours of therapy a day and it's kind of this different therapy it's called. Bmi dynamic movements remember the is for but they physios kind of gets you to Walk on blocks and they of Prompt reactions in your body. And it's just creates your neural pathways. Because you doing the same painting for three weeks And at the end of us. It's really grueling. Physically for the kids like compared to jiang the olympic training or something. It's very difficult But my dole share started walking december. And i i'm certain it's down to the to lots of therapy that we've done three not by what. What is what is always difference. What what is it that she's tells with c. C. has a condition called cd ko five. There's seven kids in ireland to have us. It's very rare And she has epilepsy. She has a tube to help prayer be feds. she's nonverbal She she has a lot of sleep. Disturbances bowel issues. So she's very complex And whatnot that does is they. Don't kind of. It's not one one box for everyone. They kind of look at your kids and go. You know how it would work. Really well for her is based and they work around each individual. So it's it's amazing spoke in other words absolutely. Yeah this you had to travel los angeles. Boston said said knee. So ideally we should have something like this beginning. Our state airfield bringing sharon sharon. I think your daughter also hannah you. She went to the napa center in l. a. And again how how did it affect hundred hundred helper morning Yes we went enough and nellie I used to hide experience and intensive mas before retiring feeding problems and stuff. So i write off the nas. I really school to me and when we went there in. La we we were masked by a massive billeting very much open space and stuff but it couldn't have been more body friendly. It couldn't have been more child. Let parity i feel when it was saying it was very individualized. The therapist their their knowledge and expertise is second to none and the race. Kathy do was chosen over. There is absolutely amazing. How did you I suppose like everything. At the moment of his true a facebook group that i was on through or their parents recommend this to the facebook groups and i was reading from them and then look after all enough away place. There will not instagram facebook group. If it's really spooked me. And i suppose the positivity and they was founded by moore who are tied to child right near joni incidents i. She wants the best for her fires and wants to her like every parents want to restore fluid potential lives their best place and they got east hostages. Ramos sanctuary to everything not say even though it is an international organization. So i didn't talk it says amos core zone so like that. It is literally stroke. Bespoke and shaped with the child in mind is it expensive charon I like the bows like campari for the price per hour. It's coming to a hundred and fifty five dollars which is empire but you play therapy as where It's expensive in this offense if you're paying for it. Oh what a fun tax unit was saying you kind of do three to four with the day by day. Three for three weeks worth. I suppose watch cooking from does three weeks in comparison. They're not to send to base of six to twelve months. Therapy of three weeks therapy timothy of the site of you definitely saw benefit. Yeah oh yes. We so nasty penetration hannah and also in my beeline subject parents. We came home. So empowered the knowledge. Or so. And i think is why i wish to find this lanier's no that we hide telly. Houses enough again was born into a home to tally. Has to have ongoing is silent on poor team were hop across the whereas on on the the. There's now is it a definite plan or proposal to get napa toward where reading okay. And they had posed by coming this year and then of course copay with the way of us but they've confirmed their dates for twenty twenty two So the combing in august next year for six weeks and they're bringing six therapists with them and They'll be to lots of three week intensive and each intensively take between twelve fifteen kids. So we're chance to guess where that there because tons of where would they be based when they come. Well that's part of what we're doing. He is at the moment It's between cork until then myself. Some starting in the cork am focus. We would love to bring them cork and also with not by whenever they've done these pop up intensive places usually if if they're impressed with the place they will set up a permanent to send the bear. So we're really. We're going to try and make this is. Is grace experience for those therapists and monitors and get them to bring not a to europe and have ireland's and hopefully carcass their base because it would make such a difference. Our kids to be able to do this regularly without paying for accommodation and fly half them here. I mean it would be great for other kids. You were five folk into Parents my kids conviction who lives in spain nicely and they're both interested.

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"napa" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"napa" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

"Earn my favorite setting ever. Is that in your house or are you at in napa at my house and napa. Do you have your own wine. Yeah ooh that's what my husband does. Okay what what. What wine is it birthday family wines. I wanna try a big. I'm a big wino-. So i appreciate i love wines and then you've been married for how long again. How many years twenty five years. okay..

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Face masks required inside Napa County businesses

Pacifica Evening News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Face masks required inside Napa County businesses

"Napa County has become the Eighth Bay Area County to require mask wearing indoors as the Delta variant causes the new surgeon coronavirus cases. Solano County, now the only county in the Bay Area, which is not adopted that

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Why Larry Elder Is Fighting for the Governorship of California

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Why Larry Elder Is Fighting for the Governorship of California

"Yes i am running for governor of california. I've been officially erica. Politicians for all of a little more than two weeks and in two weeks according to the polls i have twenty three percent my next rival. I forget how much he has been very much. I'm already the front runner on the republican side but that probably isn't even that That big of a deal because this to stamp deal The voters in california. I have to vote to recall gavin. Newsom there requires fifty percent plus one voter to do so that it will be added up later on and assuming fifty percent plus one have voted to remove gavin newsom. Then you go to. Who do you want to replace him. And so far. I'm the leader. But the reason i'm getting into this race eric is because of the way this man has shut down the state in the more severe way any of the other forty nine states. He literally was sitting at the french restaurant called. The french. laundry hadn't even heard of until in this happened in napa valley. He incurred a twelve thousand dollar wine tab by the way we taxpayers have to spend but more were had to pay more than that he was sitting there with the very lobbyist and a medical fresh knows his cabinet That draft very mandates that he was violating but not wearing masks by not socially distancing that we have the problem rising crime or the problem of rising home. Is this the first time in our state's history Net migration out of california and the primary reason that people making between fifty and one hundred k. Give leaving california is that they cannot afford the price of a

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California Governor Gavin Newsom Has a Problem and Larry Elder Is Here to Solve It

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 1 year ago

California Governor Gavin Newsom Has a Problem and Larry Elder Is Here to Solve It

"Gavin newsom has a problem on his hands. He's got. He's got a problem with a lot of disaffected angry. Frustrated californians who just simply are fed up with the direction the state is going. And i'm hearing from california's every day. Who say larry elder is exactly what this state needs. And where do you start. Two point two million californian signed a petition to recall this man and it is estimated that between twenty five percent. They've even thirty percent. Were independent and democrats voted him just two years earlier. You start with the famous meal that he had at the restaurant called the french laundry. I never heard of it. Until until i found out it was in napa valley and i thought it was one of the most elite restaurants in california is not i thought it was. The most elite restaurant in america is not one of the most elite restaurants in the world and wind. Tab alone was twelve thousand dollars being picking picking it up and it wasn't just that he was dining there while he was shutting down business elsewhere. He was dining with the very same medical professions. Who dropped who drafted the corona virus mandate. They were violating. They weren't totally distancing wearing masks and meanwhile he has his own kids in private education in school and he exempted his own winery from the mary a mandate he was imposing on everybody else. Now i was a small businessman. I ran a business for fourteen years. It was accessible. I sold it was still going after i sold. It didn't liquidated didn't go bankrupt. But i will tell you more. Nearly half of all small businesses in going bankrupt and those revive are often operating on very thin margins. How many lies. How many dreams. How many hopes that. He just dashed by shutting down this date in the most severe way than any other governor.

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"napa" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

09:20 min | 1 year ago

"napa" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Going in spain anyway. Did you see that. It's not donny osmond. It's gone house one in spain. That's what it said. Yeah although i saw that one dragon that some weird this spain do we have the american or is it the same opening thought he. There's one where he's being chased by a whole bunch of checks. Well wait a second. His name is osmond in span has spain. It's still wouldn't james name is not as mondo now. Yeah i know that's always my funding funny when you meet someone who's like russian he go. How would you say mike. And steve went to disneyland. Mike steve got disneyland like anyway. Yeah that's not found. The american wants to same the same one all right. Let's see so got some Updates i don't have any calls up their match get screened or not i. Mike august Sent me a couple things. So i'm getting ready to go on the road with mike. I mean he's going to alaska jensen. Max payne is going back. A box cutter. He's going back man. We're going to have some good cabin talk over some cocktails me new dos. And it's going to be a good time. There get angry and cocktail in the fire. Yes to make a point moosh my so we all know the flight got canceled completely and then they re whatever it now. We're trying to figure it out retroactively angry again at the clear guy from the denver airport. Because now i'm trying to reload this thing. Which is i'm traveling with sunny. I'm gonna go through clear. Lax is going to be zoo. Can i get him through. And once again it's like wealthy under eighteen. He travels with you. That guy just went broke. The guy did his own thing. This might be passive aggressive but you should print that out from the safe. Oh we did you do. We're traveling with papers This time please them. Yeah it should. Although a bet it's not gonna come up which of the same thing that bothered me about clears the same thing that me about. The fifty fifty swarm plate. You shouldn't be able to just go to the other clear and walk right through that one because the tsa guys not a dick right. Let's see we've got a question from bud. Appear garza say that. I've had three flights canceled like in the last three months like cancelled her. Like oh you're seventy lights now five pm flight that kind of thing like i suspect that not as many people are traveling as we think has packed as empty. I'm reason mike has a theory. which is they. I just sort of went along with it but doesn't make sense to me. He says they booked all these flights when they were given away. Flights and now that people are travelling. They want free up the airplanes for people that are paying. And it's like at seems the pronged problem book a ticket whether it's cash or voucher. Whatever you're still have to see to be honored on another flight or whatever so you're not you're not gaining anything. I don't know there's something going for the last two flights. I've had have been cancelled. And then what happened brian. It's just like your year last two one of my three. Yeah the last three. I've gone cancelled. There is definitely something going on but forty-eight charlotte. Hi hi guy ace man. I can't wait to see. I'm driving with my buddies up to see you in raleigh. And i can't wait for it. Oh it's actually my birthday today I have a home inspection company. And i opted to work this morning And on my way back I'm driving through a major interstate. That runs through the centre of charlotte. Which is i seventy seven. Which i'll be taken to see you in raleigh and i had a little snafu A big ladder dropped in front of me and try to whip around it. And i sideswipe the guy next to me and initially i thought i just ran over the ladder and then i glance over and saw somebody peeling off so unfortunately i hit him and i gotta say it was. Oddly a great experience. Because i'm so used to a negative reaction from somebody. I guess When the guy pulled over. I came over. He was completely calm and reasonable. And we exchanged information and He he could have been a better guy and ultimately you go ahead. I'm sorry it's man is going to say the the range of people on the freeway either irate and incense insane just and confused you know you re women and they run out what's going on a don't know there's no context or there's a super cool people that are very calm and just just left a yoga class i did. We encountered this very thing yesterday. Driving back on the bay bridge bumper to bumper traffic on four miles an hour and there must have been a little contact because you're describing and doing at one point. The driver of the car in front big guy angry guy gets out like this car walks or walks into hughes physically like approaching this guy in a world where everyone has a camera in their own and stuff and yes people are willing to get out of their car in the middle of everything. I many years ago. When i first moved here i had to go to ski dazzle. Remember the For radio thing. And i it was like bumper to bumper into the garage. I accidentally literally tapped the guy in front of me. And i was like oh his family was in the he gets out of the car and start screaming at me and yanking trying to open my door while his wife pulled him back like somebody with a serious anger. I was freaked out all night. That he was gonna come to try. And kill me skeedaddle. it's all content. Do you love yeah. it's funny. I was literally driving behind someone with a ladder yesterday. That was propped up on the cab of their truck because there wasn't enough room and the whole to get it in the bed of the drug and he's stick the bottom of it. Were the tailgate. Meets the bad and then you can leave her the top over the cab and they tied down and i was just looking at it and i'd done that my whole career. Anyone who does construct. You gotta carry a sixteen foot extension ladder. Your bad your truck is six feet. You gotta cantilever it somewhere. We always just put it on the top of the cab or put a towel down or something you know hanging over the cab. I saw a weird cab. Ladder insert doyle for lack of a better term. They probably don't call it that thing. That's like a buffer to upright things on the ladder drops in and you put your tie-down over that somebody somebody invented that thing but this guy evidently didn't have that thing but he most definitely did not have that thing and This is gonna sound like a campaign to get you. Looking at real estate and the carolinas which ultimately i would love at the end of this what transpired is i talked to the guy. He was an hvac commercial contractor. That was going back and forth from alfred georgia and we had a nice conversation about thanks. The police officers showed up He was completely pleasant. He was a young guy. Looked like he was probably twenty four twenty five years old He he wrote me he apologetically wrote me a citation in which. He told me that he would absolutely make sure that got dropped. The point that he you know highlighted is number and told me if there was any problems whatsoever to contact him anti promised. He takes care of me while i rarely then hands in one way. I rarely take the side of the white privilege argument. But some of that even in a play here. It's just a dusting of it. He what i can say. I couldn't taste a little of it in the air when you inspect people. How in people's houses which you do like before they sell the house or purchased the home that kind of thing. Home within your due diligence periods on the go under contract normally fifteen day. If i ever ran into the new owner i would just start every sentence with just does. Yeah keep monetize. If i can tell you my little joke that i've been using for years. And i use it with the actual homeowners is i always kinda slip into little line. Don't.

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"napa" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"napa" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"But they just go twenty minutes. Everyone was able to get a coffee so bad. I never to the announced the mechanical issue twenty minutes laughs. And then the guys have blazers walkie-talkies come out and that's a bad sign orleans gate agent losses or their shirts polos or whatever these what these guys were like alaska airlines blazers and walk you talk. We're not going anywhere so then it was to ten to thirty to forty five. The most insulting part is they would update it after the time. Like forty seven to forty five very insulting. We got onto the plane. Five o'clock and in the air by twenty five twenty five. So you're this is only half the problem as i see it. But you're not the kinda guy that would worry about the other half. Because i think a lot of those people me would be thinking. Well if this is a technical problem solving three hours there is no way. I'm getting on that plane pencil. Broadway martier or something that. That's not the plane i want if it can't be resolved that quickly. Yeah i thought about that. But then i was like airline has a lot to lose. If plane crashes precious cargo. they wouldn't send it up. Oppose the united check in go out for drinks hands home at six. Well you were missed. But i have to say. I had a victorious win in a game. That absolutely counts unregulated thirty exhibition. How she in the give me the movies right now. Yeah yeah yeah. that'd be great thirty eight. well we should. We should quietly do that. And we should see how don't now it turns out aright. The other thing is. I was talking to leno in the green room and i said It fell under the heading of sort of a be careful we asked for. I was talking to leno and i said Are you going up to pebble beach this year because that is the biggest event of the year for car guys is back on and it's back on course outdoors at the track. The canceled it last year. But anyway everything outdoors quayle's outdoors to pebble. Beach concourse is outdoors to tahiliani festival. Everything's outdoors but anyway the never should've cancelled it but it's fine so i said are you going jay. And he's like man too big hassle like why what's up and he's like everywhere. I go once a tour of the garage. Everyone shows up with their veterans son and other nephew with down syndrome. And could we get a tour jays like fuck does the garage and jays like i got one hundred and fifty of those things backlogged already because every charity auctions off a tour of his garage every human being he runs into and j super nice and he likes to be accommodating so he doesn't wanna tell people know when they come up to him and ask him they. It's a lot of we're going to be in. La my greg. Mike grandfather's a huge fan. He's always been a huge fan. He's getting up in years. She's dream is the jake can't look in the eye and say no so now. J. just doesn't even want to go to the place where he's going to be asked which Again so you go. Oh this gracing the world you have all these crazy cars. But there's a what's the pronoun side side. Which is you. don't want to go to the biggest car vent the because every every place that jay leno goes someone is gonna tap on the shoulder and want to take a picture but be. They're going to win a tour of his garage. That's often about hours like tom. Cruise or brad pitt. Or is a huge star like yes. You've achieved her. Dreams are huge. Sorry very very wealthy but like can use this go out and like order the store or like just go to go see a movie raziq problem with movie theater your house but you know what i mean just the mundane everyday like going right to my level of fame and then stop. Hey there to stop right there. I walk all over that place. I get an occasional. Hey man show. Here's a here's a beer. That's where you want what you want and then never really gets passed that some big fan says he's going to set up a barbecue for us down there we can cool off in his motor home or something a little little per but not Donny osmond running down the street school age girls chasing him skorean. Shit and more. I can't believe beginning exists. Find the beginning of the animated. Show the osbournes. The osmond's and the jackson's by the way i remember the jackson. The osmond's had a saturday morning show. We're jackson's kind of kind of outer spacey. Or there is something eventually antastic fast nine ends up in outer space at a certain point and we all went there. We all ended up in outer space but it was one of those. I think donny osmond was like running down the street while young girls were were chasing him. They never really did the math on that thing. The girls chase him were twelve. Not trying to do is closed off. There's a lot of that. Maybe i know they're looking for that right now but they need to pull up kaylynn if you find the justin bieber on tmz. I can't believe you missed it today of him having to confront fans at his house and being real like he has turned a leaf. I don't know who this kid is. But he's really like disarming like a hugh who you put. This is my home like phoned. His christianity spirituality a little too young in life. Well look for that. We'll take a quick break a lot more to talk about right after that gyco own durant we do one or the other right. you know. it's hard work out their own in. Renton you want to save some money. How about your bundle. Bundle your policies at geico. Geico makes it easy to bundle the homeowners or renters insurance along with your auto policy..

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"napa" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"napa" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"What was in mexico and it was an off road race enemy false and cops creator died over there now. The good news is is. He d- he. I think he had a heart attack versus you know wrapped it around donkey. But do you have. That story was coast to coast. Ensenada to san felipe. Bay john langley. Who was the creator of the long-running tv series. Cops has died during a road race in mexico. A family spokesperson said langley died in baja mexico of an apparent heart attack. Saturday during the coast to coast and synonymous to san santoli bay. Two hundred fifty off to fifty offer race cops was among the first reality series on air when it on the air when it debuted in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine and would become an institution through thirty two seasons langley and producing partner. Malcolm barber had shopped the idea for years and found a home for it on the fledgling fox network. The show was famous for following police from deputies in the deep south all right we got. We got that part. I just thought philosophically you talk about doing what you love do. What you love and You know don't die rotting a way in a nursing home or you know. Die in an off road buggy having a heart attack or on top gear ghouma. Who's twenty eight years younger than you or do you go out. Yes go out that right and like you're saying like i think what you're saying is you can't planet you can't say i'm gonna you know film and louise myself off this cliff but if you do it. You love enough chances. Are joe doing it. There's only one line in this article about him doing what he loved. It says he was an off road racing enthusiast and frequently drove in events like the one he took part in saturday out. One-sentence well by by john langley. You a fun. Do it was cool dude. And he died doing what he was dylan while he died when he was doing die because skydiving accident but it was going about his life. So good for him also We got brian's trip recap or flight recap to tale of two cities now. The trip was great flight out so much So and i went to napa for our anniversary. The napa valley. It was awesome. It was between eighty seven and ninety seven every day. Just nice and warm and perfect weather We tasted at four wineries to on friday on saturday. Way laughing it. I just love your life was great. It was awesome. I planned christie's fortieth birthday two years ago up there. She took the reins and planned district for the most part. The winery tasting range from the literal top of the valley like in calistoga northernmost of the mountain top of diamond mountain ethic. It was just looking over everything majestic beautiful and then our next one was at a cave so as long higher the entire range. We met a master. Cooper now makes barrels fifty five in the world He makes wine barrels and like not what to france and study for four years. Is he older middle as he has like. You know kids between sixteen and twenty four. so he's probably in his fifties He was cool. You explain how do like do the barrel. You start a fire at the bottom to like toast the barrel water outside and you bend. It's crazy the love that. Just the craftsmanship into this shit. Are they all oak in france. They were all french oak out here. maybe there's some other ones but typically occas probably ninety five percent of the barrels. We walked to dinner. Each night was stating fill where we got married. We were lucky enough to go to where we got engaged where he got married and where the reception was and we saw a place where we saw the first Couple that we encountered as a married couple adam of late I agreed us now. We planned it. We also went to herschel. Dinner was it may say something. That's not fair. Play women take an hour to get ready to go to a wedding or big event or red carpet or whatever at our please. yeah well. i'm giving you guys benefit of men. Take ten minutes because all we have to do is pull our suit slacks up tucker shirt and put a jacket on and we're out. The door is just doing the buttons right trying to trying to figure out the buttons and god forbid you have couplings. That's that that that's the lion share. The time is negotiate with cuff links. Which can be done on the move. I would argue so women and men women ninety minutes of dress time man. Fourteen minutes address time. Now when you're both as unequally dressed the women look at the guy and go. You're not ready either but the reality is is you're starting late. I'll shut off sports center and be ready in ten minutes. You my dear or seventy minutes. No way out. So it's like it's like you're saying were both an hour from driving to malibu. That is correct you my dear on a donkey. I have tesla and she'll take you much longer to get. Who's debating this. I feel like i have to be home at three because i have a show at five thirty because by because i agree with you i when we're getting ready to go to your wedding. I was just sitting around in my towel watching sports center. Because i use the time to get dressed is the time when they say you could use zip this right now. It's it's time just to pull on the pants and get out there. But i think i think it lulls the ladies and a false sense of security that well. He's not ready either. Whether sacred day in the ceremony. Well i mean who starts us things on include. The ceremony is being part of us walking away from this money back to the support walmart. I didn't did. that's right. Yeah we got stuck in. Traffic goes on property. Shit show just tell you the way to start lying so we did that. That was awesome and then it was time travel home and i was. I was foolishly. Thinking like very optimistically. Because i have rarely been enough light out of sfo that leaves on time because the fog and everything. There's always a delay but this flight go to ten. Pm like it's changing. It says on time time. This is fantastic. Kept the in the same all day got to the airport. One o'clock to ten got to the gate still says ten. That sign number. One said boarding is at one forty one forty five. You're still closed. Their doors closed to come on the speaker at some point. There's a mechanical issue with the plane. So we're going to be a twenty minute. Delay out of you said many times they will parse out the delays in twenty minutes. Increments wife poisons her husband right. All the fucking rat poison and top of the granola your mentally you. Sprinkle it into the panko. I mean i don't know. I don't know that i've ever flown on flight. Where they said there's going to be twenty minute delay and then eighteen minutes later. They went all right here. We go any mechanical issue whether there's one thing again we'll ever resolved itself in twenty minutes is it could be resolved in twenty minutes. You wouldn't say anything. It always works perfectly because if they said it's going to be three hours entire place with just go. Oh come on what's going on. But they just go twenty minutes. Everyone was able to get a coffee so bad. I never to the announced the mechanical issue twenty minutes laughs. And then the guys have blazers walkie-talkies come out and that's a bad sign orleans gate agent losses or their shirts polos or whatever these what these guys.

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Flamin' Hot with Richard Montaez

Cafe con Pam Podcast

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Flamin' Hot with Richard Montaez

"Though we have this gomez like behold ball and like. Put your head down to get to work. I think and you share it in the book. When the ceo said think like an owner richard back then was like okay. He asked us to like an owner. And then you started developing distinct and you got the courage to make that phone call roy. So we'll explore that later. Let's take it back a second. Who is literature. What's his heritage mexican. And i was. I was born here. My dad com from a water s. And he moved out paso from el paso. He went to new mexico and from new mexico. He went to southern california where he met my mom. And that's where it all started. But i was born in in what was called a farm. Count everybody in the area that was born. Take greater wass to california's probably about two thousand people. You know what the pretty cool about the history. There's people don't know this. The area that i was born in the ontario airport guadalete california rancho cucamonga. All that was acting the biggest wine producing area in the country. It was bigger than napa valley. That's where i was born in a one room apartment. I was gonna say my birth certificate doesn't have an address. It has a house number cost number eighteen. 'cause you know the gwozdecky. I never met him of course but know he from what i was told you know my grandfather stories of him was he was a good a good man you know. He built the housing for the latino. He built the school he built a grocery store. He built a church. He came from italy so everything was replicated of his hometown which was pretty cool You know my grandpa and my dad really grew up with a challenge. I got a little bit because we got out of there. Like eight years old or something. But you know i'd go back and visit but it was know a wonderful place to for me as a child. You know there was. There was no bathrooms inside. The one room. Bathrooms were outside. You know it was like a college or a school showers and all that and then there was no kitchens. The kitchen again were across the hallway. They were community kitchen. It was big stoves like a restaurant so every morning i had lunch or dinner with ten fifteen different families and you know i learned community because as mama grandma was cooking if you ran out of something the lady next to you would pass it on and she needed something you you pass it on. So i i saw community for san the other thing too that i wanted to say to is a. I'm not an immigrant. But because of being latino in the sixties i was treated as an

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"napa" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"napa" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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"napa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"napa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Vineyard management. They can also come into Napa Valley, and if they're not ready to purchase land or purchase vineyard, they confined broker who can help them. Acquire grapes by the ton is how we sell them. And then it's about 65 cases a ton. So you do a little bit of math and fear. What you need to get started. Yeah, it's it's nice that it is accessible for people and I like to believe Most the time when people are coming in. They have the right intentions to make something great. Occasionally someone makes him plunk, but they tend to leave fairly quickly, he said. Most people have the passion and you touched on that. You need capital to start a business and you have had capital when you've started. Your business is so what advice do you have for making your money? Go a long way. Well, the first device I would have is don't go into the wine business. But and I say that with you cheeky love me as on the So when you come into the wine industry, you typically need about 2 to 3 years before you'll have a return. So if I harvested this cabernet sauvignon this particular year, Realistically, I would have to wait 24 to 36 months for it to hit the marketplace. That's a long capital. So when I recommend for people who want to come in this business is you have to understand you're our ally Miles and I would have at least 5 to 7 years of available capital expecting it negative. For the police the first five years and then that neutral 56 and then profit after that, it's a long, captain, You really got to be passionate, passionate patient and willing to persevere because then you have the market cycles. On top of that. So it is beautiful Though. The ones you are in this year you're involved with agriculture. You're involved with the seasonality of just the sun. The winter the spring the fall. You have it all there and then you have this beautiful product. To come with his well, So I do think that having the great business plan, of course, that's standard blocking and tackling the right idea with the wine and the right venue to market. It. Are your friends going to buy the wine? Will they buy the wine and second and a third time? So one has to be very careful because sellers fill up quickly. And it is lovely, though, because it is a product that not only can you age, but if you encourage your friends, they tend to help you drink. Yeah, Yeah, absolutely. Now you are self funded s O. This is especially may be accessible for somebody who can self funder business are their investors in this space is something where you can get investors and and start a winery. There are there are opportunities for that. I've seen that with some of my friends who have grown up with I have decided that they wanted to. Instead of taking all the opportunity, and all the risk is well for themselves. They have opened up the opportunity, and they've invited investors to come in. And being an investor in the wine business has some remarkable perks first. Then you get to partake in that so it is possible to either start something and to gain investors or to find a really beautiful high TEER wine companies to invest into it's all private market. It's all word of mouth. It's very substance gel. Um, but it's wonderful, so I'm not If you want it, you can find it. And I know that you're a big fan of having mentors. Can you speak to that a little bit, so I'm very lucky. I've had different mentors across the board whether it's a business mentor, who I looked to my father and my father, Michael Mondavi, who really Helped to create Napa Valley in the California wine industry. You're not going to find a better mentor than him. He's seen it done. It built it and then done it again. So you and I always think that my father is remarkably and one of the best teachers I've ever seen. So you know, I like to learn from him, and I always encourage him to please you have more speaking Asians go to David's good of Fresno Speak more because he has so much to offer. Um why? Making mentors them different type of topic finding someone who will not just tell you. What should you do when when the rains are coming, so I picked now Do I wait, but someone who inspired you to think and to challenge you to draw it out of yourself to make these decisions. And I had a great mentor like that with Tony Coltrane and live news since Oh, goodness gracious since 1973 have known him, so you know, finding their mentors that you can trust to one's fire you and to me a mentor is one that pulls the answer out of you, but one that doesn't give it to you. Yeah, that's great. Now, obviously winemaking business, very competitive business. Everyone's got their own theory. And what makes you stand out? Differentiate yourself from the competition is that the label is the price point. Maybe it's several things. Can you speak to what makes you stand out and competitive in this industry? Yeah, as as an industry. It's a little bit of everything, and unfortunately, there's there's great market Analytics. You know, we can understand if you want to be a California A V a wine and your 10 19. That is one set of matrix. That is great. You know you you know in the supermarket channel, and then you need to go beyond actually driver ties in your funding That is big business. That is hundreds of thousands of cases. It is a tough category to enter profit margins are even even more narrow. As we then we moved from a bigger region than into cinema Napa. We start to find that your brands could be smaller. There tends to be higher investment level on a per case basis, or per acre basis. If you're investing there. They're also then the return is well. I like being smaller. I like being focused. I love the craft orientation of being hands on and walking in the vineyards. Creating the fermentation is the seller. That's where I really enjoyed but to gain that entry, whether it's the volume tear where the height here there is information out there, and there is information available. Died. Personally think Silicon Valley Bank is probably the most astute and that has the best depth of information available and in the truthfully think that they are quite brilliant. How they analyze the market. Really good stuff. Thank you so much for your time and all of your insights. What a fun industry you're in. Well, I've loved that You have me today and thank you for talking about one. It's a great passion of mine in the family. And look for more to come from us. Awesome. Thank you so much. Rodman. Dobby Junior, is a winemaker and co founder. Of Michael Mondavi family estate, and we.

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Michael Lewis on 'the Premonition'

The Book Review

01:35 min | 1 year ago

Michael Lewis on 'the Premonition'

"Lewis joins us now from berkeley california. A repeat guest. He is here to talk about his new book. The premonition a pandemic story michael. Welcome back to the podcast pleasure to be here so we spoke not so long ago about your last book. The fifth risk which was all about risk surely global pandemic was one of those risks. What did you learn from reporting napa. That maybe informed. This book didn't just inform this book and led to this book. The premise of the fifth risk was that. Stop thinking about the federal government. However you think about it if you think about it and think about it. As a manager of a portfolio of risks many of them existential that has been left to degrade and under the trump administration was actually kinda bashed around the head. A bunch and one of those risks is the risk of pandemic disease. The fifth risk was asking the question. What happens if people neglect these risks and actually spent more of more of the time just pointing out the risks. That i won didn't really know existed that you could go into any department any agency in the government. The commerce department the agriculture department departments that you think maybe they don't do very much and find just terrifying things. They're managing so. When i was thinking about what bad might happen. That the government might mismanage pandemics. Were on that list. But i thought it was. I gotta tell you. I thought it was such an obvious risk that that's not one that i want to write about in the fifth apper. Surely they're managing

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Los Angeles, Orange counties move closer to red tier for reopening economy

Ben Shapiro

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles, Orange counties move closer to red tier for reopening economy

"Los Angeles and Orange counties barely missed the cut. But seven counties are moving to the less restrictive right here in California's color coded Cupid 19 system. By next week. Another dozen counties could also make the move counties moving into the red tear, Our Eldorado lass in Santa Clara, San Francisco, Napa, Murdoch and San Luis

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Nothing Fun (MM #3621)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Nothing Fun (MM #3621)

"The minute with kevin mason an old episode of south park of the night the episode with tom cruise and the scientologists and there was a line early napa so that probably watch us episode one hundred times and had never noticed before one of the kids was complaining about the fact that he didn't have any money saving up for a bike and -partment says. Don't you know the first law physics anything. That's fun cost at least eight dollars. I thought to myself there's some truth to that. Now south park being south park but at the same time our free things fun and is free really free. I remember back in radio. We had a rule. We never did free concerts. We always charged at least five dollars. The reason being we found that if somebody put five dollars down they were a little bit more respectful. They enjoyed themselves a little bit more. They weren't as well obnoxious as if it were a free show how. He's noticed that when things were free and people were getting stuff they were always wanting more they were never satisfied now. I don't know if the figures five dollars or eight dollars ten dollars and with the way of the world now who knows if that figures twenty dollars is anything really free. Is that the first fix. I'm joking but no way something to think about.

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"napa" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"napa" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Napa warranties are work that we do. And we do use quite a few of their parts, but everything that we put in the car I have to back I have to back with a warranty, so I make sure that everything we put in is top notch for the customers. To protect them, You know, so that it's not just about the warranty. It's about if you break down on the side of the road because I put a part in and that part fails. Then you know, I feel I feel bad It does happen. I'm not saying it never happens, but we do our best to mitigate that from happening. So you know we're not putting in a cheap knockoffs I've seen and I've seen so many times where people put in something and they're like it's not working. We pull it apart and it's like it was installed properly. It was the parts no good, you know, and they can't people think if they replace something. It's got to be good because it's new. No, it's it's an automobile and part we've put in bad parts. You know, we're dealing with that with a truck right now is like we put in these parts, and it's not working. It's like what's wrong, You know, but again because we warranty the parts, you know, I stand behind everything so What is the difference between or we m and original? Yeah, well, original equipment manufacturers what we M stands for him. So it's the basically the automobile manufacturers. They they They design and they build a vehicle. They don't themselves make every single part in that vehicle. A good example is breaks. Brembo is the big boy in the company. I mean, in the in the industry and break industry. So Brembo, is that what we call the O E? M. For many break been many automobile manufacturers s O That's that's the only impart that is available to you. So if you go to Toyota, let's say and that's stamped Toyota. You want Twitter breaks. You're actually buying a Brembo brakes. Probably that's stamped with a Toyota logo on it s Oh, um we have those and then we have a whole bunch of other parts that are comparable and sometimes Those parts. They have a different brand on him, but it's actually the exact same thing. So like at my shop, staying on breaks, we use mostly ceramic brakes unless the car calls for a semi metallic break some of the higher performance breaks or semi metallic We don't ever use the organic breaks because the ceramic material deadens the squeaking sound When you're putting on the brakes, you put brand new brakes on things. Squeaking. Um That's why we use the ceramic material, But, yeah. Oh Oh, yeah, I'm just dance for original equipment and whenever we're looking at parts for a car if the only manufacturer stated on that part, let's say spark plugs, for example in G. K's a big manufacturers apartment if they say oh equivalent O e. You know, manufacturer next to it, then we're gonna Picked that one to put in your car because that's what I originally came with. You don't have to buy it from the manufacture Toyota Because it's stamped Toyota. You can buy it from nap on its You know, we it's the same thing. You just mentioned something that's interesting. Original. Equipment compatible or so what's the use? You two used is? Yeah, it was. It's the always It's the Oe. Um how could it But it's the only manufacturer or the only equivalent equivalent. Yes, OK, so the only equivalent would be the same grade of product. Because it's like, Ah, lot of parts are rated tires. Let's just say tires are rated for speed and other parts are rated for weight, others or waited for durability. Strength. Whatever. So if it's in only equivalent, it is manufactured at the same level of spec as the only original equipment manufacturers raided it for. So we find this with oxygen sensor sometimes will put an oxygen sensor in a car and it's not compatible with the computer so that customers when they fix the car themselves. They run this all the time. They're like, have put the Baron of Pardon. And then it's not fixing the car. Why not? Well, it's because it's the computer. The onboard computer. The PCM is. We called the Power control module engine control module. It referred to also E. C. M. That is not talking to that sense of properly. So we know that a lot of money a lot of cars like Nissans with their air mass meter. It's notorious for that if we don't put in the O E. It's not going to read it properly, so we don't even waste our time with other other products will go straight to the one that we know works. That's why we need a seven hour show every time you come.

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