35 Burst results for "New Hampshire"
Democrats Fundraising Crushes Republicans in Senate Races
"Can you guess? How much more freaking money did Mark Kelly raise over Blake masters? Can you guess? I want you to put a number in your mind right now. And I'm guarantee you what I'm about to tell you about the blow that number out the water. Mark Kelly ray 73 million dollars. 73 million. Blake masters raised 9 million. I'm about to walk out the set. I'm about to walk off the set. I'm about to walk off the show. 73 million versus 9 million, of course there's mastro. 46 million. 12 million. The Hassan and New Hampshire, 36 million. Balduk. I think it's how you say his name, boulder. 2 million. Fetterman 52 million. Doctor Oz 37 million. Warnock 75 million. Herschel Walker 32 million. That's why they beating us. They are smoking us. In raising money and we think it's voter fraud alone.
Mitch McConnell Is a Poor Leader
"There are several narratives out there that I just don't accept Including from a number of friends of mine colleagues of mine We're not angry with each other We're not fighting with each other Brett Hume and Mark thiessen over At Twitter they're looking at the numbers They're big let's just be honest McConnell proponents and I saw this in the Tea Party 2010 I saw it when Ted Cruz was taking on McConnell how they all attacked Ted Cruz My problems with McConnell which I'll get to in a minute go much deeper than even this last election He is a very poor leader Now they can point the judges all they want Joe Biden is kicking our ass on judges right now Just slaughtering us We're not filibustering their judges He's actually beating now the rate of judicial appointments that Trump had and Reagan had And so that is bad news I also don't like the way Mitch McConnell uses his campaign funds Yes to help other candidates but also to go after candidates You don't know that bold duck in New Hampshire the people New Hampshire know Faced four and a half $1 million worth of ads in the Republican primary Smearing him and that money was coming from the Senate leadership fund which was McConnell He raises this money from very wealthy Republican donors and then does with it as he wishes
Is Trump Fracturing the Republican Party?
"Any criticism of Donald Trump, I said there's a thousand times. If Donald Trump would have run right now unopposed, I would vote for him for sure. Ron DeSantis, Donald Trump, it'll be a close one. And people don't want to be honest about the fact that maybe Donald Trump is wrong in this one. Maybe he shouldn't be attacking people in his own party. Especially right after a victory, we still haven't did a red tsunami of the country. We still got a bunch of races still outstanding. Hope the guy that we win them, but come on man, like he can't be sanctimonious. If Ron DeSantis came out talking trash about Donald Trump, people would be feeling the same way about the sentence. It's like, are you real? Are you serious right now? You're going after Donald Trump, you must be crazy.
Trump Hit on DeSantis Has Florida Republicans 'Stuck in the Middle'
"Are you saying on a paulina Luna? It's some kind of a shale. Are you saying that unemployment and Luna is establishment? I know her personally and she's not. She won in the state of Florida. There's a lot of other people that want other than desantis. Remember when he came out and said Marco Rubio was his guy. Marco Rubio won by landslide as well. So you can't act like it, you can just single out Ron DeSantis and act like, oh, run the Santa is the biggest problem. Bro, keep it to yourself. I don't get it. I'm sick of defending Trump on petty stuff. I'll defend you all day on policy. I defend you all day with them saying that you're racist and that you say good people on both sides. I defend you all day with the truth. But they're arguing in a bigger back and forth in a time like this where we go through the midterms and everybody's question is still questioning the election for 2020. Everybody's concerned, like brother, at some point, you got to tap into your base. And you got to realize this is a time for unite. It don't just have to be us versus them. Yeah, there are some people that are more establishment. I like maga people over establishment people. But today ain't the day to be bickering.
Trump Fights With DeSantis, Splitting Republican Party
"Let me get back to Trump real quick because I just get a little frustrated. I just want to see them do better. That's it. We love Trump. Will Trump household? But you know, I feel plagued. When I see Trump bickering with people, it's like we went through this already, Trump. We went through this already with you. We fought for you in 2016. We fought for you through 2020. You got to tone it down, bro you a grown ashy man. You gotta tone it down. You bickering with drawing desantis. The man ain't gonna even say nothing to you. And you on record calling him wrong to sanctimonious. No, you're the one that need to chill. You don't need visible credit for everything. I said this the other day. That's a ton of people that I helped get to a prominent place. And they talk all kind of crazy about me. I don't care. I'm moving on, bro, I already did what I was supposed to do and it's time for me to move on. I don't need to beat my chest and start arguing with people that's beneath me. I just get frustrated when I see Trump doing this because I feel like he don't care about us. He care about himself. We don't want to have to answer your stupidity out of time. Pipe it down a little bit. Don't argue with nobody focus on what are you going to do for America? You should not be arguing about desantis and Glenn youngkin. Even if the census went and behind your back, you feel betrayed, but desantis went behind your back and endorsed the anti trumper. If you got beef with a man call that man on the phone, you live out there in Florida, tell Ron DeSantis come down to Mar-a-Lago, let us talk about this. I don't like what you did. Call the man on the phone. You got his phone number. Because at one point y'all was cool, right? Remember you campaigned for him and you the reason he got elected. Call the man on the phone and say, what's up, man? Hey, I don't like what you did.
Arizona Official Gives Update on Election Results
"I got a couple clips I want to play so you guys can kind of hear what's going on in the state of Arizona from the officials. Maricopa County official Bill Gates, he kind of gives an explanation on why it takes so long to count in the state of Arizona. Please, please. Why is it taking the amount of time this taking? A lot of people are talking about this. Well, first of all, it's very standard. This is how things work in Arizona and have for decades. And this is due in part because the mail in voting and recorder Richard's going to talk about that more. But I told this group that we anticipated 90 to 95% or sorry, 95 to 99% of the ballots to be counted by Friday. That's tomorrow. But I'm here to tell you the goalposts have changed. All right. And the reason that the gold posts have changed is because wonderful news, the great participation we had on election day. And in particular, we had 290,000 mail in ballots dropped off at our vote centers on election day.
Washoe County Official Says Votes Were Secure During Blackout
"All right, ladies and gentlemen, let's get back to the election at hand. I was talking about the washoe washoe, washoe, the washoe county results, and I was wrong. I mean, if they're telling the truth, according to this guy named drysdale, he also said that the cameras will courtesy cameras, they're not security or surveillance, great cameras. And if they intermittently lose connections with the application, it says on the question of how can voters be assured that the ballots were secured during the blackout, drysdale said that the county security administration has reviewed the building security cameras which show the parking garage, the hallway between the garages and the entry doors to the registrar's office. She also said that the administration has affirmed that nobody entered the ballot room or registrar's office during the time the courtesy live stream was down in the tech officials are working to put that footage into viewable files to be made public. Okay, I like that. I like it. I think she did a good job. Maybe I shouldn't get a pass. Maybe why shoe county is doing all right. But I'm glad I said that because people will take that and run with it. And try to go with election fraud. Let me say this. I think that there's less election fraud and more of, hey, we didn't get the job done this time around.
Nevada Vote-Counting Center Cameras Go Blank
"Officials have to explain why cameras on ballot counting went dark overnight. Now, conservatives are going to go all out of control and screen bloody murder and say that this is a conspiracy theory and that they turn the cameras off. But many people don't know the facts. However, according to officials, that the outage happened at 1124 p.m. on and came back, it was on 1124 p.m. on Tuesday, came back up at 8 a.m. on Wednesday. Hold on, I'm back. I copied it wrong 'cause I'm looking at the wrong stuff. The outage was at 1124 p.m. Wednesday and came back up at about 8 a.m. on Thursday. And according to people who are in charge, they said that the staff had left 60 minutes before the hour Tapping and that they came back at around 7 a.m. and it took them about 53 minutes to restore the connection that claimed that it was not washoe. Okay, was show. That could be another way to say that as well. Washoe. So they said that the connection happened around 53 minutes after the employees got back to do the count. Now, they said it lost connection. You know, my whole thing is this. What are the odds? Just what are the odds? That this system apparently is working, they have no evidence that it has lost connection before, and all of a sudden it loses connection in the middle of the night.
As the Votes Are Counted, The GOP Needs to Do Some Soul Searching
"Political side of things, I am kind of hoped by now. We have some more answers, but at present it looks like it's going to take a little bit of time. It's going to take a little bit of time before we can safely say that the GOP has the house. It looks like that might happen. But again, you got to be careful until every last vote is counted. In calling any of these things. And then simultaneously, you have a Senate, which doesn't look like it's going to be conservative after all, and that's because of some notable losses, including Doctor Oz, they're in Pennsylvania. I had been a little bit reluctant on him all along only because he didn't quite have the same pedigree as, by the way, the guy who I think should have run, who was the Bridgewater guy. The pedigree in terms of having lived there and from there, most of his life. And I think that that sort of came through for people and came through for voters. So there's that situation Maggie Hassan, I told you, remember the other day, on the show that she would be very, very hard to beat in the state of New Hampshire, a state I know very, very well. Maggie has and I can tell you somebody who New Hampshire voters like because she's not too liberal, but she's sort of mainstream and it's not that populist state. So I think having Don Baltic there was going to be unfortunately for the country and for New Hampshire, not a successful endeavor. This is time for a regrouping. I've settled along with a lot of the policies of the previous administration that made a lot of sense. Certainly from an economic perspective, certainly from an international security perspective, and certainly from a domestic perspective in the analysis we're trying to do is really promote American values, American work ethic, American productivity, all the things that would make us stronger as a country, but
Election Updates for Kentucky and New Hampshire
"We're just waiting for some of these things to come in. I'm here for you. I'm here to try to monitor what's going on. We're in the gubernatorial race. If you look at the map right here, scroll over to the state there that has a gubernatorial remarks to it. It's just right now in New Hampshire right now, oh, it's only four votes in. So it's insignificant. They only have four votes in the Republican. I can't even see his name. What is it? That's a weird name. Chris Newton who is winning. Let's go up to some of the other races and look at them. Let's go up there and forget the house. Let's go to the Senate. Let's see anything that happened in Kentucky. So we got Kentucky results here and it looked like Rand Paul is ahead. There's only been about 4700 votes counted Rand Paul has 76% of the votes over Charles Booker in Kentucky. They got a long way to go in Kentucky. He's not even close. But right now we have, who is Rand Paul, we have Rand Paul winning in Kentucky. Let's go to New Hampshire up there at the top and see what New Hampshire got. A New Hampshire only 5 votes in right now. New Hampshire got 5 votes and all the votes have gone to what is that? Maggie Hassan. Hassan, Maggie Hassan, that's who it is in this all the Democrat. So not enough to give any feedback there.
2022 midterms live updates: Latest election news from AP
"In state capital's early calls show Republicans losing two governorships in traditionally democratic states I'm Ben Thomas with some results Democratic candidates have won in Maryland and Massachusetts both beating Trump backed opponents Massachusetts voters have chosen Mara healey over former state representative Jeff deal to replace Republican governor Charlie baker who opted against seeking a third term Healey will become the state's first woman and first openly gay governor In Maryland Wes Moore replaces Republican governor Larry Hogan whose term limited He becomes the state's first black governor He beat Republican state legislator Dan Cox Democrats outnumber Republicans two to one in Maryland Another newcomer to the governor's mansion Republican Sarah Sanders the former White House press secretary elected in Arkansas 6 other gubernatorial results went to the incumbents Republican Ron DeSantis fending off a challenge from former governor Charlie Crist in Florida Republicans in Alabama Bill Lee and Tennessee Henry McMaster and South Carolina and Chris sununu in New Hampshire and Democrat JB pritzker be elected in Illinois I'm Ben Thomas
Democrats Didn't Fear Trump's Failure, They Feared His Success
"Of the Republicans, you know what? I was thinking about this the other day. And I have been talking about this on my podcast in elsewhere. That the Democrats and the left did not fear Donald Trump's failure. You know, they used to say, always going to be a failure. He's going to get us into World War three and all this stuff. That was all nonsense. They did not fear his failure. They feared his success. Because they knew that if he succeeded, he'd expose all of their fraud and hypocrisy and the depth of corruption and rock in Washington, et cetera, which she has done and continues to do. But more so, they feared his success because they knew that that would give rise to hundreds, if not thousands of other America first candidates and leaders. And that is exactly what's happened. You'll notice that from Carrie Lake to Herschel Walker damn Baltic in New Hampshire across the board. These are for the most part, America first candidates. You know, it's much easier said for the left and the deep state and permanent bureaucracy to try to take down one man Donald Trump. They haven't succeeded, but it's much easier for them to target one guy and try to remove him as a political force. It's much more difficult for them to try to squash hundreds of them carry Lake Marjorie Taylor Greene. Matt Gaetz, Donald Trump, all of them, and all of us. It's much more difficult.
Trump Expected to Announce Run for President
"Okay, so Trump's announcement one week from tonight. There are already people who are saying, Trump will announce for the presidency one week from tonight. That absolutely may happen. It absolutely may. I'm like the only guy who holds out the possibility that he's, I'm gonna say trolling us, it may be trolling his haters, which will work, that this may all be a bit of a drama train at the end of which he decides to remain the most important and impactful political figure in America. But do it from private life. He could announce a week from tonight. You know how crazy early this is. He could announce a week from tonight, a Lucy goosey announcement of sorts. And then just kind of go, I'm good, this desantis guy is all right. And let Ron just go have it. And I will believe it, I will totally believe it when I see his name on actual ballots in Iowa and New Hampshire for 2024. That's when I'll totally believe it.
Mitch McConnell's Unforgivable Betrayal
"To comment on the Republican establishment as well because I've been pretty upset the last couple of weeks with what I've been seeing, which is a betrayal of amazing candidates across the country that are left to fend for themselves. It's a very serious problem. And we should never forget it. We're not going to know for probably a week, so brace yourself for impact. Georgia, Arizona and Pennsylvania are already telling us that it's going to take a week for us to get election results. So just get ready for that. Remember, you get what you put up with and Brian Kemp and raffensperger and do see an Arizona. We're not bold enough to get the election reform changes necessary. Now I hope there's no fraud. I hope that we overwhelm the fraud. I think we will. I think that Carrie Lake is going to win the governor's race in Arizona. I really do. And so we're fighting right now like crazy to make sure Blake masters wins against the fraud of Mark Kelly, but let me tell you the problem. Blake masters has raised about 15 to $20 million. Mark Kelly has raised $75 million and Mitch McConnell is instead spending money in Alaska to go defeat a great Republican. $9 million has been spent on defeating a Trump endorsed candidate Kelly shabaka, meanwhile, Blake masters is being outspent in Arizona. Meanwhile, he pulled out all the money in New Hampshire with a great candidate Don baldick, and he goes up in the polls and he says, maybe I'll do a million. You see McConnell is not counting votes. He's counting seats. And this is a huge problem. I'm telling you right now, he has betrayed the grassroots of this country and has allowed our candidates and left them on an island. $9 million in Alaska, while our candidates can't raise money while we are being outspent at every single corner in turn. So you ask the question have we done enough with election integrity? No.
Putting Freedom Back on the Map
"We've been talking about freedom and why freedom is scary. Freedom is scary because it requires responsibility. It requires maintenance. It requires cultivation. I sit here and I was thinking about the polls and there's so many people that I've been donating to and I'm not a rich man. I borrow money from Sean McConnell all the time. So, you know, but I've been trying to Dole out money here and there across the nation, 25 bucks, or 50 bucks here, sometimes as much as a hundred where I can afford it. And actually, I've been stretching beyond sometimes my comfort zone because I believe that freedom is that important. We have an opportunity to win races that we've never stood a chance at. Are we having for quite some time? Lee zeldin in New York. Tiffany smiley. Drazen. All of these names both Doc in New Hampshire. We have opportunities to put freedom back on the map. And I sit here and I think I want to be a part of that. If it's $5, $10. I want to be a part of that. I want to be a part of restoring our conservative values. Are judeo Christian heritage in America because it works and it's best, but if we don't share it, if we don't speak up, how will people know?
Biden Wants to Shut Down Coal
"Joe Biden was the best surrogate ever Republican had in the United States over the weekend as we head up the election. It's election eve. I'm Hugh Hewitt inside the beltway on November the 7th and the year of our lord 2022 and the numbers look just dreadful for Democrats and getting worse, RealClearPolitics, battle for the Senate 48 considered lockup for the Republicans 44 considered lockup for the Democrats in 8 pass ups. I don't think these are toss ups, Georgia, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada and Washington state. They don't consider Ohio competitive anymore in North Carolina. Those are off the map. Ron Johnson is going to win by half a dozen points. I actually had an anonymous senator senator who remained on his tummy. They're looking at 55. That would mean they get them all, and either Washington figure Colorado. That's what I assume they mean is that one of those is too big of a lift, but they get them all. Because it's just run against. And then Joe Biden went out and just helped us out. He helped us out a lot on Friday. In Pennsylvania when he announced the end of coal. I'm not just Pennsylvania, by the way. There are congressional races in Kentucky and Ohio, other places that use coal, other palaces that dig Cole for the places that chip call when he says we're shutting down all coal, what he's doing is shutting down railroad trip. I mean, just destroying the economy, cut number one, Joe Biden. In oceanside, California on Friday. From wind and solar than it is from corn oil, literally cheaper, not a joke. I was just and so are you going to accommodate that transition? I was in Massachusetts about a month ago. On the side of the largest old coal plant in America. Guess what? It costs them too much money. They can't count. No one's building new coal plants because they can't rely on it. Even if they have all the coal guaranteed for the rest of the existence of the plant, so it's going to become a wind generation. And all they're doing is you're going to save them a hell of a lot of money. I'm using the same transmission line that transmits a coal fired electric on. We're going to be shutting these plants down all across America. And having to be shutting these plants down all across America.
CPAC's Matt Schlapp Discusses the Political Climate of New Hampshire
"Joining us now is the man behind cpac, great organization and also really understands what's happening in the midterm elections. Better than almost anybody else. Matt schlapp joins us right now. Matt, welcome back to the program. Hey, Charlie, great to be with you from loud New Hampshire. Tell us, what is the vibe on the ground? Do you think both can pull this off? Yeah, for sure. Talked with the general. We just had a town hall in this tavern, and I just came from Nevada, by the way, Adam laxalt is closing really strong in New Hampshire. A lot of people have been tracked New Hampshire because the D.C. insiders didn't they told us it wasn't a pickup opportunity, but I'm here to tell you, Charlie. General's going to win this race in New Hampshire. If you look at just the environment of the issues, it all goes our way. It's all just about defending America. So in New Hampshire, it's a tricky state because Matt you and I have heard for years that New Hampshire is possibly able to be won by Republicans, but it always feels like a near miss state. Why do you think this year is different? Well, I think this year is different because just look at the fundamentals in polling on what the people care about. It really cuts our way. New Hampshire, you know, the big mistake we make in America as we say, oh, there's red states and we say there's blue states. And we assume that some kind of like a lifetime contract, but politics is different. You know that 'cause you're down there in Arizona. It's always changing and what I've noticed just being on the ground in a short time in New Hampshire is what made New Hampshire solidly Republican in previous cycles. I think, is it play again? Our constitution our basic rights as citizens are right to govern ourselves and our own lives and for the government to get out. And not dictate every part of our life. You know, there's a libertarian flair to that that really plays well in a state that whose motto is live free or die.
How Would the GOP Be Doing If There Was Parity on TV?
"Republicans be doing. If there was parody on television. I mean, a New Hampshire, Maggie Hassan and spent $36 million to Don bollocks 2 million and he's up a point in the polls. And one of the reasons this has happened is because every major power center, every major kind of opinion shaping institution kind of any place that there are elites in America have gone completely off the rails in the direction of the woke of the postmodern of the deconstructionist of the post structuralist. Warnock outspending walker 76 million to 32 million. Cortez masto 47 million na laxalt's 12 million. It really is a testament to these candidates of how hard they've campaigned how they've been on message. It is important for us to acknowledge that for the foreseeable future, Republicans will be outspent in almost every single race across the country for the next decade. There is a price of becoming the muscular class party. There is a price of becoming the party of the plumber, the electrician. And the price is that when inflation comes your way, it's really hard to finance campaigns. People have less discretionary or you should say disposable income to be able to spend on these things because they're getting crushed by all these policies that the oligarchs are doing just fine. They have more money to spend than ever before.
"new hampshire" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"Four music 6 wind instruments. And for miscellaneous four lifelong celebrity bachelors, lifelong celebrity bachelors. Those are all of your geek out challenges for today. We've got ten plus a bonus on New Hampshire trivia questions coming up right now. Here we go. All right, New Hampshire trivia, a state I don't know too much about, but Don fuller said, hey, I want you to start using my picks on the Patreon spreadsheet. And I said, Dan, I'm gonna do it. So here we go. Number one, about how many people live in New Hampshire, 560,000, 895,000, 1.4 million, or 2 million. About how many people live in New Hampshire. Number two, what kind of vehicle is on the New Hampshire state flag. Number two, what kind of vehicle is on the New Hampshire state flag. Number three, what state is directly south of New Hampshire? What state is directly south of New Hampshire? Number four, what author of the da Vinci code was born in New Hampshire, what author of the da Vinci code was born in New Hampshire.
"new hampshire" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"new hampshire" Discussed on The Final Lap
"And here is rowdy dragon. Hey everybody, welcome back to the final app weekly fantasy racing segment of the show. I am rowdy dragon. We're coming off of a really good race at Atlanta superspeedway, probably the best one we've seen in years. Let's hope that track surface can hold up, but I really doubt it. There's a lot of weather out in those parts, so we'll see how the next race turns out, but this one was fantastic. In my opinion. I got a lot to cram down your throat this week, so let's just dive right on into it. It's probably gonna be a little bit longer, so hang in there with me. Looking at your stage winners four. Atlanta super speedway. We have a three way tie. Hello man. Du gall and tiny oak show. Little 8. And your second stage goes to UT Steve 7 7. I imagine that you toss Steve. And I want to give a quick shout out. I don't know if y'all saw what I saw, but where is Jimmy was just one point away from taking that stage. There's some improvement going on there. We'll see his stats here in a minute. This week's winner, and Jay hit the pace car, took home 242 points, 53 stage points, real good on that one. Good job. All right, now, pretty sure most every fantasy lineup here at the final app weekly got Chastain this week, I was one of them. I came in the 44th position this week. Only climbing one spot in the rankings to 21st, Toby Christie, he had a bad day also getting Chastain. With a 119th place finish slipping down into the 35th spot in the overall standings, and Carrie Murphy waxed us both. Came in the 41st spot and is moving up into the 87th position. Remember back when he forgot to make his pick that Daytona and he was somewhere back in the 200s. Right on Carrie. Okay, recapping last week's drivers, it's important to take a look back and see where you did good or where you did bad. That's why I'm doing these recaps for you weekly. Let's take a look at what we had the 45 car, the 48 car and the 12 car. Kurt bush and the 45 car was a top ten car all day, taken out on the final lap while running 8th. He did double down on stage points coming up with ten and landed 14th in the fantasy rankings. The 48 car also looked good. He had the fastest lap of the race. But yet another tire. Another blown tire takes him out with one lap left on the second stage. If only he could have finished that stage and collected a few of those points. But that mired him back in the 26th in fantasy points, with a little help from that first stage with a P two finish there. The 12 car of Ryan Blaney finished 5th. He doubled down on those stage points coming up with 14 landing him and P two in fantasy standings. Okay, moving on now to picks for loud New Hampshire. Taking a look at Phoenix and gateway can help you determine your lineups as these tracks have similar characteristics from one
"new hampshire" Discussed on The Final Lap
"My God, I actually wish that would have happened now because that would have been just 100% classic TV. Would Rutledge go out the back door quickly. How much might not have made it out of there alive. Honestly, you did this. You jinxed it. Man. All right, so we had some other big wrecks throughout the day. William Byron looked like a strong car. He didn't finish the race very well because of that. Yeah, he was looking like he might have been following up his win in Atlanta earlier in the year. In the mix there and big, big wad up there took him out. Ricky Stenhouse, junior looks solid until the engine went. Yeah, that was a bummer, too. I felt so bad for him because man that JTG Doherty racing team has had some pretty good. That's a pretty good finishes. Here in this middle stage of the season, they were very, very hard pressed to find any good look. Early in the year, but now I'm hearing this little stretch they've had some pretty good runs, and it looked like they had a car that could have possibly won this thing, had it not been for mechanical failures. It's a bummer. Definitely, Alex Bowman had an issue with the wall. He was looking solid until then. Yeah, he cut a tire down. That was interesting. And then at that point he was like, oh no, here come the rash of tire issues, which luckily did not happen. Yeah, yeah. But man, yeah, that was a bummer for him too. Denny Hamlin hit everything on the racetrack because it's his fault. And so then Denny Hamlin had the Ross Chastain thing, which spawned him and sent him to the back of the field. And then I think the thing that really rallied him up at that point was that his teammate, Christopher Bell, then crashed him again. Right. So it's like, man, and he was fourth when the Chastain thing happened, we're in the closing laps here like 12 laps to go or whatever it was and instant your good run is doomed and that's kind of the story of Denny Hamlin's season. He's had a lot of good runs, but it had very few good finishes to show for it, and you wonder if that's part of the frustration as well. Yeah, he won't win the championship. There's no question. His focus is elsewhere. He just hasn't to this point anyway, so the longer he keeps going with this, the more you think, okay, it's just not going to happen. Yes. Definitely. Anything else going on in this race that's notable? No, I think that I think we nailed it. I think we got a lot of stuff there. There was a lot going on. A lot of lead changes pretty wild race again in Atlanta. I don't know. What do you think? Do you like new Atlanta or old Atlanta? Well, I love new Atlanta, but the problem like I mentioned at the top is I think it's going to go away as the surface wears off and it's going to kind of go back to the way it was. Unless, like you said, they tinker with their package. Right. Not tinkle, but they want to tinker. Yes. No tinkling. But the question is, is it too much? Because for years, we've had four plate races a year, and we're tearing up a lot of cars at those. Is it too much to have two more each year? But this is different. It's notably different, but kind of. But kind of similar. And we're still wadding up a lot of cars. I don't know. Is it too much? Will it become too much? No, because like I said, I think it's going to evolve into the way it was. Well, and the funny thing is what people complain and ask if it's too much. You look at the ratings from the race. Have you seen them? I haven't. Good. Okay. So do you remember the first couple race on a USA Network and how terrible the ratings were? I have not been following the ratings. So that's sad to hear. Okay, they've been very, very poor. It's been bad. We're talking really bad for NASCAR rings. But to kind of turn things around this week, at Atlanta, plate races usually draw high audiences on TV, earned a 1.51 rating 2.626 million viewers for Sunday's race in Atlanta, which was up from last year's race on NBCSN. And it's actually the rating on Sunday, beat every race. It was on NBCSN last year. Wow. So there's something to this plate racing drawing in more viewers. I know the drivers don't want more plate races. I know that the team owners probably don't want more play races. But it does result in a higher ratings. And part of the reason for that, everyone has a chance to win. Yeah, I mean, we saw that with the Toy Story was there, man. Yeah, he had a shot. A legit shot. Now, instead he takes away a learning experience, I think. Right. But I think the longer the ratings stay strong for new Atlanta, it'll stay. If ratings start to dip for a new Atlanta, it's gone. Because at this point, it's not attendance anymore. There was nobody there. There was nobody there at the Xfinity race. I texted you that they locked the gates or something. Yeah, they locked it away through the key. You can't get in there. Chase ain't racing today. Right. There was nobody there. Man. Yeah, I know the weather was threatening all weekend long. They were supposed to be weathered during the Cup race on Sunday, of course it held off, but that definitely leads into a big portion of people that go, I'm going to spend my Sunday doing something else. But you expect a little more than that. So I'm sure the attendance was disappointing. Especially with how packed that place was earlier in the year for the first race of new Atlanta. So that's a little concerning that the spectators didn't turn back out this time around. But the TV ratings definitely showed out. Yeah, for sure. Hey, insert delicious sipping sound here. That's more like slurping. Actually drank all my coffee, so I couldn't do it like last week. So I have nothing in front of me. I drink my water in a minute ago. I've got nothing. Yeah, I'm parched, actually. So yeah, let's go percolate some stuff. Yeah, do you got anything in mind? Maybe some haymaker, man. Got some good stuff. I got some of that. They've got rum roast, bourbon roast, it's good. I will go start brewing. Yes. That way I'll have some. Coffee that packs a punch, haymaker coffee. Oh, and check this out. You remember how we had the promo code before, race ten? I love promo codes. That was 10% off your order when you went and put it in a checkout. Website. Check it out.
"new hampshire" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Yeah yeah that actually is on hold right now just because twitter hasn't been kind of slowed down through covert kinda started focusing on some other things for a while so that temporarily on hold got it but if we asked you your favorite street art in do hampshire have you covered it already or desert. Something else we need to add. I think in new hampshire concord has a pretty good street art scene. Portland is probably a little bit better but both of them. You can find some really nice heart. Got it excellent anything else before we start to wrap this up anything else. People need to know before they head to new hampshire. So your favorite time of year to go. When we've talked about going in the fall we've also talked about snowmobiling win. Would you suggest people got. We know when they'd normally go. But what's the best time i think fall is the best time it is my favorite. It is spectacular when the foliage is pecan has some years. It's less striking than others. But it's always beautiful even though i'm a new englander for life born and raised here. I'm still amazed when i go to a mountaintop and i see the foliage. I mean it looks like a painting. I i just sit there with my jaw dropping and saying this can't be real. There's just so many different colors and hues and the weather's perfect too. It's not so hot as the summer. It's not freezing like the winter. So it's really the best of everything to me and i get. I am told that. I talk about california too much and i love the weather out here but the one season that i miss from that area because i to school in upstate. New york right near vermont is the fall. I mean the falls are prettier there. Let's let's let's face it. Yeah we know how to do fall definitely and then the apple cider doughnuts that come really great honey crisp apples i i mean. It just doesn't get better. You can grab some apples and donuts. Go up to a summit look at foliage. I mean that's a perfect day right there one particular day of the year or festival that you really ought to be a new hampshire for one of my favorite festivals is actually a real small one. It's an goff's down new hampshire and it's a pumpkin festival and they do a race inside giant pumpkins down the river. Carbs a carve out giant pumpkins and people race down the river. It's quite the scene giant. pumpkin regatta. Will there you were nice enough to let me sit in one once. I have a pretty funny photo and video. 'cause i was really excited that they let me. Do this made my day. Lots of cider doughnuts. Little food trucks and things like that they agree. They're down the alley. They actually have street art in this. Little small new hampshire town. I mean it. It has a little bit of everything. Funny excellent are we ready for some of our wrap up questions than sore. Here's the hard one you were standing in the prettiest spot in new hampshire.
"new hampshire" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Flim gorge. It's new hampshire state park. They have tours. they have walking trails. It's much more walking. Friendly than some of the other trails that have boulders boardwalks and railings and all that fun stuff you can either go and visit a small bit of it for free or you can actually go in and get admission and visit more of it now where you say when we start there. We're probably starting somewhere further south. You've already taken us. Almost two thirds of the way up to state to flynn gorge just people on the map to me. That's where all the beauty starts is once you get up in the white mountains in southern new hampshire. It ain't no slacker either. Yeah we'll get into some of the nice stuff in southern new hampshire by having lived around. This area ended massachusetts. I definitely prefer the air up. North is just fresher clean. And you have all these beautiful lakes to kayak and you have mountain views everywhere so once. You're there it's beautiful to me and to lots of people here in new hampshire slim gorgeous someplace where we like to hike. Is my impression hike or visit waterfalls and some of those waterfalls are only about a five minute walk from the car. So you don't have to be like an avid hiker to thief loom gorge in that area. There's also cannon mountain which if it's winter which nobody really comes up here and winter unless you really loved the snow and the cold there's skiing but during foliage time which is the time. Most people love to come to visit new hampshire. You can take sky right up to the summit of cannon so no hiking involved but you still get those over four thousand foot views and lots of great foliage will and you say during foliage simon. you're right obviously. That's a lot of people are going to go or or should go that that certainly the more popular time. But when is that time where you are in new hampshire. 'cause you're kind of in southern canada. They're going to come sooner. Yeah so it varies across the state. There's always foliage maps every year Always recommend people look those up because it does change depending on how cold the season is how much rain. There is an all of that but usually second week in october is pretty prime season. So there are tons of hikes new hampshire. Obviously there's the forty eight four thousand foot mountains. They start at four thousand and they go all the way up to over six thousand feet all different levels of how hard they are. But then there's a lot of mountains that are just real quick hike. Some of them only about half an hour. And you feel like you're up there a lot higher than you are great views. We have a lot of different articles all about our favorite hikes in new england that just endless. I've been hiking for years. And i haven't even done probably half of them if you were to pick two or three from new hampshire. That are your favorite hikes. What would we be including. Actually it's liberty and flame m- so it's right near flu gorge and it's a loop hike. It is one of the most popular. I don't usually recommend it on a weekend because you will have a crowd in the parking lot and even up on the ridge but it is one of the most spectacular ridges ever. You kind of feel like you're in lord of the rings or something like that. It seems like there's drop-offs real sharp at both sides. You're just walking on the ridge between the two mountains and it's a spectacular hike one of my favorite. That isn't a four thousand footer. Is morgan percival. It's another fun loop Obviously like loops the best. I don't like doing that out..
"new hampshire" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"What kind of itinerary are you going to recommend for someone who is coming to new hampshire. Let's say for the first time. So i have a couple actually. Why have one more for the nature lovers and people who like hayek hike or at least see mountains and that brings you all the way up to the top of new hampshire which borders canada. And ideally you see some moose on that type a trip and i can go over that and then there are some other smaller trips that either. Bring you out to portsmouth and the sea. Coast the ride along. The coast is really nice. Brings into main rail fast. But that's still good and there's a few different towns in between that kind of those must sees. Okay we'll shall we start with the first one then with the outside outdoors absolutely. So if you start in southern new hampshire or anywhere else in new hampshire in you head north you can visit flim gorge. It's new hampshire state park. They have tours. they have walking trails. It's much more walking. Friendly than some of the other trails that have boulders boardwalks and railings and all that fun stuff you can either go and visit a small bit of it for free or you can actually go in and get admission and visit more of it now where you say when we start there. We're probably starting somewhere further south. You've already taken us. Almost two thirds of the way up to state to flynn gorge just people on the map to me. That's where all the beauty starts is once you get up in the white mountains in southern new hampshire. It ain't no slacker either. Yeah we'll get into some of the nice stuff in southern new hampshire by having lived around. This area ended massachusetts. I definitely prefer the air up. North is just fresher clean. And you have all these beautiful lakes to kayak and you have mountain views
"new hampshire" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk
"Gets hot because it doesn't get hot there. It gets like eighty ninety with like insane humidity and just no snow rest for the sun. No shaded the sun no darkness on the track to end the race early like we had exactly what cf. i mean. i think were go. There was a huge. Cf and the crappy part about it. The crab part about this race in new hampshire is that it was a cf at the beginning. A cf at the end data overshadow will i thought was actually some really damn. Good racing wasn't bad. it was it was. It was very not new hampshire. Yeah necessarily known for all that but they did. They did the good thing. I mean definitely found the timing at new hampshire really good after the good. Toyotas were kind of knocked out. You But i mean i think that we when you if nascar had had is and things to feel they would have pushed the start back because it was raining everywhere but in the damn track start. I mean it was on the cameras. It was on the windshields on everything that was that was the dumbest part two is that nascar acted because they sent steve. O'donnell up to the booth to like say it wasn't their fault and that's exactly what he did he said. It wasn't nascar from answers. Undefeated for nascar. It's insanity and it's like oh man it sprung up so quick we didn't know and then you know. Nbc was like. Oh wow man. It sprung up so quick. Nobody could have know. And i'm like what are you talking about. Every single effing driver including kyle busch was like for two laps. We were saying it's raining out here. Nobody did crap about it. Yeah and i mean the boot-lickers that are the race car drivers and crew chief on nbc. definitely played the role very hard and very well which by the way i really missed alleman this one i really mystery allen and this one and this is something we should clip it. Because i'm probably not going to say much of the rest of the year because that drivers only thing was a box you know. I'm torn on it. Because i liked not having the puke voice but yeah it was disjointed. And there'd just was nobody driving the bus really and everyone sounds the same but different totally different actors. Do they kinda do junior. Sometimes if i'm not paying attention i really have to pay. I really have to concentrate to tell the difference between a burton and dill junior. And then yeah. It's not that far off. Yeah it's just different tone. It's it's very terrible but yeah but but here's the thing if you if you pause that racer you delay the start of that race then you can figure out a plan on when to end the race and not do it just spur of the moment like they did right exactly. Yeah and that was the weirdest part is that they were getting down to the very end. And they're the nbc commentators saying the opposite. They were like yeah. It's getting dark but you remember that one bristol race it was really really dark then or martinsville or whatever when he says the jeff gordon rates to those super dark. Yeah yeah and martinsville. That was it because he won the martinsville to get him into the final four. Yes that's right that's right. Yeah and they were saying that race was way darker and the nascar calls this early. So you figure that there would be like a little more leeway especially since they call it with less than ten effing laps to go. I mean just run the i. It's a thirty second track. Run the extra eight laps or whatever it is. I thought but at that point they'd already left up on safety race. Probably not going to take the risk going effing up on safety at the end of the rates and he's like oh if you sure did four by four labs. We wouldn't have had this five car accident at the end. Yeah no you're right about that. And it wasn't buckle. At the beginning. I felt bad for the guys up at the front Because obviously cow. Bush didn't even get to finish the race and i thought i've written down so mark's junior who got into the wall he finished twelfth denny. Hamlin just barely touched. The wall only had minor damage. He ended up finishing tenth. Who knows if that decision ruin their race or just messed up their race. I mean it did ruin cows race and you know he didn't say anything and i think that was the one time in an interview where he pretty much could have gotten away with anything because he did get away with hitting the pace car. Yeah he did. That was. That was probably the greatest thing in the world is trying to turn the pace car and not working or at least damage. The pace car. Overall i i and for martin x drama there was Pitting underpinning under the clock. Making sure he did. Crash clock was on them. Yeah and then. Joey llanos drama that he had after Coming down oh yeah. Fixing fixing a red flag up. His remember went in there and saw the hung throttle and try to get it out. And then it whoopsie poops. There's cameras everywhere. Yeah that was really stupid. Because even if i mean if you got it out. They had the penalty. They did get it out under caution or green or whatever. I was cautioned at that point. They dig into that. He came down pit road there. The pop the hood that took way less time than the two laps that they held him. Because the guy tried to be sneaky and and grab the rubber before they Before they went back to caution again they'll finish fourth that he went to lapse down. It's still finished fourth straight. Joey joyce good there. Yeah always cowboy. But eric merola man i gotta give him credit because he kinda came out of nowhere this season from what he's been doing this easy sucked all year long. And this wasn't a gimme win. This wasn't a because you know of darkness because called the darkness like gamble where he stayed out or anything he legitimately was fast. He'll legitimately drove up there and went past ryan. Blaney had a better long run car and because of that he just flat won the race. Man you could almost call it a luck win because his tires were almost shocked by the end of it. Because i think didn't they say he hadn't picked up one eighty nine so he ran. He ran over one hundred laps on those tires. Wow i mean that's one of those deals is like my goodness gracious But i think if if memory serves. He's the first official qualifier for stewart. Haas in the playoffs. Which i think none of us had. I wouldn't have picked him as being the one. Yeah because kevin harvick's still technically not safe still has not one won. A race has not safe in the points they have. But and we'll talk about this coming up here in a second eric. Merola winning definitely makes things interesting thing. Yeah definitely does way more than the kurt busch thing did i ratings for this one. Were okay two point one million on nbc esn a little below where they probably should be. They should probably be in the two and a half area Not the there were a decent number of fans in the stands at the very beginning before they started like when it was raining. But then you can't really tell after that because of the rain that screws everything up when it comes to you know who stays and who doesn't But obviously it was surprised to see eric amrullah finished first in this race it was only his third top ten of the season. It's pretty wild. All things considered and it's like i win. That's not a super speedway track. Either yeah so. I mean big big accolades for mr amaral. On this one yeah. Christopher bell finished second he has three straight top ten finishes and he's now finished top ten in four of the last six races so he's getting a little bit momentum heading toward the playoffs. Yeah it's almost to the point. Where he he's not he's not a he's not a surprise finisher almost anymore. Yeah no you're right about that and then another driver. That is close.
"new hampshire" Discussed on The Final Lap
"In the final weekly is on. What's happening folks rowdy dragging back again. This week's final weekly fantasy update. We've got a tweet break ahead of us. But the olympics and so i have no picks for you for next week so i'm going to do something a little different this week and give you a couple of extra shoutouts. You have all been hanging in there tight with the final fantasy racing. I think it's time to give back to you guys a little bit more. As the green flag drops trade clark leads the final week. We fancy league where he leads up to lap seven where rain strikes worst to first assumes the lead now we cover the cars for a little while. Go fire up the barbecues. Wait for the rain. Go away and after a few more caution laps once they get going again. Lap twenty three lethal lead twenty four gets the lead on the restart but worst to first assumes the lead a lap later and continues to lead until app sixty five where age am racing goes to the point. A jam then leads to the end of the stage. We then go check the barbecue while the bonus points are added after the bonus points are added in stage. One winner goes to makes after the round of pitstops and the stage. Caution fat tire. Twenty two came out ahead of the field lap. Eighty nine eight eight. Three chevy and louisville max get around fat tire twenty two. While fighting for the lead louisville max perseveres on lap ninety five louisville. Max continues his lead over the second place team. Black gold one until lap one forty five the restart on lap one forty six cs elite change with age. Am pulling back into the front of the fancy league speed demon to joined in on the lead at lap. One seventy nine at the end of the second stage age. Am was your leader. But after the bonus point tally the second stage win goes to see l. bickers after the stage pit exchange children's trio and do gong lead the field to the green which children's trio coming out on top leading until lap two fifty one where elliott bandwagon assumes the lead lap to seventy sees children's trio. Take the lead with louisville max and rubbing his reysen trying to close the gap the three race it out until the final lap where children's trio comes home with the victory there. You have it now. we're gonna take a look at the top ten for the race as you heard it. Children's trio came home in first place. Second place rub his race. In nineteen third place louisville max fourth-place black gold one also tied for fourth place. Eight eight three chevy and in the six place dugong fat tire twenty two came home in seventh robbie gauge took the eighth place tied with maybe twenty twenty one and in the tenth place speed demon to holds up the top ten. Were they have it. Folks trying to get as many of those names in there as i can to say thank you for listening to the final lap weekly and to the final weekly fantasy segment. I will not be doing that too often. I bought went cross eyed staring at the leader board trying to get those changes came across but it was a fun little gig so again i hope you enjoyed it and I will be back again next week. With the top ten rundown. We'll see where we stack up for For the season in the final weekly fantasy league are folks. Thanks again for listening. We'll talk to you again next week by like us at facebook dot com slash final lap..
"new hampshire" Discussed on The Final Lap
"I love to be perfectly honest with the That'd be the guy that hired me to to go to dry for benecke After you wanna pocono in the series sell definitely plays near to my heart. But but just a fun racetrack. I always always always though say turn for off of turn theory. i don't know why i guess But but i still call it. Turn four when i shouldn't but you know it's a really cool place. It's obviously super big. But you're handling is so important. There does not making mistakes so important there. it's just one of those facilities. You gotta you gotta be on your egging. But i love it. I hope we can go up there. And you'll have a good weekend out of it. But regardless i i always have fun. We're gonna pocono because it's human. It's just one of those places that really really tests you mentally physically emotionally. Just really test that all right. Well you know we always love having you on the final lap. We truly appreciate the time you spend here. And i'm glad we could get a two part interview for for the next two weeks on the program and best of luck over those next two weeks and as always thank you so much for being on the show. Justin born in in covering the sport tirelessly so we. We really appreciate that. Always going to be hopefully Like you said. Hopefully we'll get back on the racetrack again soon. Have a little bit of fun at the track for sure. I look forward to be on the next mike us at facebook dot com slash. The final lap like us. The final weekly is on. What's happening folks barati dragging back again this week. Spinal tap weekly fantasy update. We've got a tweet break ahead of us. The olympics and so. I have no picks for you for next week. So i'm going to do something a little different this week and give you a couple of extra shout outs. You have all been hanging in there. The final fantasy racing things time to give back to you guys a little bit more as the green flag. Drops toward clark's leads. The final left weekly. Fancy where he leads up to lap seven where rain strikes worst to first then assumes the lead now we cover the cars for a little while go fire up the barbecues wait for the rain go away and after a few more caution laps once they get going again lap twenty-three lethally twenty four gets the lead on the restart but worst. I assume the lead a lap later and continues to lead until app sixty five where. Aj embracing goes to the point. A jam then leads to the end of the stage. We then go check the barbecue while the bonus points are added after the bonus points are added in stage. One winner goes to makes after the round of pitstops and the stage. Caution fat tire. Twenty two came out ahead of the field lap. Eighty nine eighty eight eight three chevy and louisville. Max get around fat tire twenty two. While fighting for the lead louisville max perseveres on lap ninety five louisville. Max continues his lead over the second place team. Black gold one until app one forty five the restart on lap one forty six cs elite change with age. Am pulling back in the front of the fancy league speed demon to join in on the lead at lap one seventy nine at the end of the second stage age am was your leader. But after the bonus point tally the second stage win goes to see l. bickers after the stage pit exchange children's trio and do gung lead the field to the green with children's trio coming out on top leading until lap. Two fifty one. We're elliott bandwagon assumes the lead lap to seventy sees children's trio take the lead with louisville max and rub his reysen trying to close the gap the three race it out until the final lap where children's trio comes home with the victory. There you have it now. We're gonna take a look at the top ten for the race as you heard it. Children's trio came home in first place second place rubbing his race in nineteen third place louisville. Max fourth-place black gold one also tied for fourth place. Eighty eight eight three chevy and in the six place dugong fat tire twenty two came home in seventh robbie gauge took the eighth place tied with maybe twenty twenty one and in the tenth place speed demon to holds up the top ten. Were they have it. Folks trying to get as many of those names in there as i can to say thank you for listening to the final lap weekly and to the final quickly fantasy segment. I will not be doing that too often. I bought went. Cross-eyed staring at the leader board trying to get those changes as they came across but it was a fun. Little gig so again. I hope you enjoyed it and I will be back again next week with the top. Ten run down. We'll see where we stack up for For the season in the final weekly fantasy league are folks. Thanks again for listening. We'll talk to you again next week. Bye for now all right. Thank you once again to justin all guira for reprising his role in that double shot interview on the show. Also rowdy dragon wrapping things up For new hampshire with a bo. Thank you so much to him. He will be back next week again. I'm not sure what he's going to do. but he'll do. Rowdy dragon stuff. Yeah he's always here. He's always steady and everything. My question though carry so this is a replay of the all double shot interviewed. Does this count as another appearance for him on our show or well. Yeah i guess. I guess it would be. He's up hearing so yeah so. There is seventy five appearances by just an all guy on. This show does seem that way that way. He's running out there all by himself. Man all right checkered flag flying on this show. This has been the final half weekly. Catch us next week. Right here when we will recap nothing and preview. Nothing for the first time. I think ever in the middle of the season and all the stories in between that nothingness. 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"new hampshire" Discussed on The Final Lap
"You for maybe some advice probably not but keep all the evasion i keep but You know it's going to change anti last time at national national so you'll be interested in the to what they drive like how they drive. What the what the challenges are. But i do think that you've got a lot of information a lot of really smart teams. That are going to go after it. And i'm excited to see what What actually happens all right. We've got more from justin hall but you're going to have to wait till next week's program to check it all out. Justin hang tight for a second and this is The final lap weekly dot com. This is the final land. Weekly all right. We are back for a second week with justin all guy. I think this is the first time we're ever doing this so You know. Leave it to justin to be first on the program for a two part interview and i love it. I never Never a dull when we come on with you and thanks for having me on again Even though it's the same conversation as last last tweets out again all right so The next gen nascar is coming for the cup series. Are you hearing anything coming down the pike for you guys that there's a lot of unknowns with that right I would say that from a budget and realistic standpoint. The xfinity series right. Now it'd be kinda drive on some of the equipment that is Turnover i guess if you will from the cup series side right so so there are certain things that we but for the most part i would say you know. There's a lot of parts of pieces on the current generation of car that that will be able to adapt to the xfinity series so from a longevity standpoint from a budget standpoint. I would say you know the next two three four years out some equipment that you know it's going to be available a at the end of the season but comic side of the car. I think there's some things on it that we've asked hard the past the kind of look into and it hasn't he'd like a good opportunity without changing the whole parameters of the car and with doing that now. I think that there's going to be really interesting unique things that do car so i'm hopeful that it's going to be really good but i'm also excited to see kind of the growth and xfinity's here he's up. You know what equipment is going to be available out there for For with for sure absolutely with hendrick motorsports doing so well and you guys Sort of related to that shop. Does any of that kind of trickle down to you guys. That feeling that vibe that attack that that speed Unfortunately probably not as much as we'd like for you you know. One of the biggest things is that the bodies obviously on the cups used car lot different than the extent series. Most notably is the chassis height the suspension high so on the current cup car. They have no right roles whereas on the affinity theory side. We still have a right at comeback day. So we go through inspection. We have to start the race on whenever heights because the inspection whereas my cup side they go through inspection. They lower their cars way down and and get them. slammed onto the ground and completely changes the style of of driving. So you're able to do some things differently that i would call it. Ben average able to things differently with the series car so in that regard. There's a lot of things that they're able to do with their their suspension setup for example spring rates Within being lower. They're they're they're forced to run away different spring rate than what we would run on our car. Just because you know. We're traveling in a car down and we need to be a lot softer to be able to get to Get to the ground whereas they they tend to want to be a little bit more stiff and rigid and their car. This mower so functionality. Wise is probably a few things that that were able to take from that but for the most part We're trying to do our own thing. And and feeding off of a feeding off of their energy for sure though. Yeah exactly that was my next question. Is that that energy that surrounding the team right now. I mean they are just firing all cylinders pun intended. So that's gotta you guys up as well. Well you know going going to that As well you're part of part of their program is that that has been a huge increases. Their program right. They've done a fantastic job and hendrik injured shop. I've just optimizing the package that they're running On the cup series. I wouldn't environment or could yours far with that being said you know some of that. Some of that has trickled down in the series and nathan work. You really hard trying to make sure that we have the power and reliability that we can. I think that's a huge It never fails power. Usually needs no reliability. Right the more you up to power the more you cure reliability and and for us Their reliability silent things have been antastic because obviously can be power. But that's that's a big deal so that that is the one thing that you know. Those guys are up. And they're they're feeling it and they're they're carrying that momentum and is definitely trickling out. We are fine on all cylinders as well. So that makes it really. Does this your feel different. As the fans are are are slowly getting back to the race track. There's got to be a better vibe about it. Oh wave at arrive and you know we've had this conversation fans are fans are truly what this is all about it. They're they're the lifeblood of our sport. And i don't think any of us realize until you know middle of twenty twenty how much we would ever miss that until it wasn't there right. Yeah and i know there's been drivers in the past that have had Their scuffles. I would say with the media with fans right Not not wanting to go. Do appearances or not wanting to go sign on grass whatever it may be and i feel like through all of this are even those guys right even the ones that that wasn't their favorite part of what we did on on a weekend we We can't week out basis. They even realized that right. And we've all changed our approach. I think we've seen a lot of things. It definitely changed the good as far as that goes. And i just think that is raised here that we've all realized how important the fans are. No none of us want to go back to you and if you go racing i absolutely a couple more questions and part of our two part interview with just all you welcomed a new car into the family Congratulations thank you. You know we've We've kind of gone path of. I was pretty confident. We were going to have one child. Our oldest harper has been an absolute absolute blast. She's she's a great great kid. And i just i'm proud of. I'm proud of her right But we started. We're going to have a second child service about We'll only came into came into the world on the twenty four. The may and she's been a she's been absolute trooper rockstar little Little thing and and you know nice to have help from our. She's able to. She's older now. They want to help us out and and bus going and the little one is growing like crazy already really special and really really cool all right so looking ahead to this weekend We've heard drivers call. Pocono part road course part oval Where do you land on on the situation of a triangle shaped track. I love to be perfectly honest with the That'd be the guy that hired me to to go to dry for benecke After you wanna pocono in the series sell.
"new hampshire" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Going wanna go grass whatever it may be and i feel like through all of this even those guys right even the ones that that wasn't their favorite part of what we did on a on a weekend. We we can't we got basis. They even realized that right. And we've all changed kind of our approach. I think we've seen a lot of things that definitely changed for the good as far as that goes and i just think that razor. We've all realized how important the fans are note. None of us want to go back to a an antique and empty facility academics to that wall We'll keep doing what we do. And as long as we keep doing the right thing as a society writing keep the the cobra numbers down as as we have been I think that will get back to normal or at least somewhat here. In near future life will be good. What from this past weekend. What what are your thoughts on the all star race format. It seems like whatever you throw at. Kyle larson it doesn't matter i mean it was a completely randomized kind of race with all the inversions and stages and i'm sorry segments and he's still won the guy's good no question that he's good but i think you know we obviously have ties anders junior parts and and one of the things that i i love is the fact that at one point during that race and you know with george. These is here these last few weeks. They've been one two three one two three four one two anyway. He's vice it. They've had all four cars up front each and every week of how got notoriety because he's been going to victory lane but as a whole fan their company is just fine on all the chevrolet. Campus been you know knocking out of the park. And and that's that's a huge absolutely huge. But you know the personally. I wasn't a fan of the all star race I don't know why it just something about the race just did do i really like last year bristol so not. The texas battery tracked not that Not that it was a bad race. Because i think it's certain points especially those that final stage burner at the end there with those guys being side by side trying to battle it out but You know i i. I liked brisa last year. I have a hard time separating myself from that. And so you know. I i hope i hope and i like birthright bristle number one on my list of every strikes. I'm biased but you know just Hope the fans enjoyed it. I don't know if they did or not but it was definitely different. This year. i just. I liked the format last year. A little bit better. I think from a media perspective. We had a tough time with with the format because it was really really hard to explain. And if it's hard to explain it's probably hard to understand. I think that's something that is is. Let's be honest right. Nobody wants to. Nobody wants to see somebody run around and last right because they think that they're going to catch invert at the right time they try to get to the front of the last days right But on the other hand to you're right. I i think our fans are our fans are smart. Nobody wants to have to try to work To understand something right when they're in the middle of watching mean is an entertainment sport. Brian and we wanna product or as. We want to be entertaining. But that's why fans love and our team right go to the movies. They go to a bar they go watch raise whatever it is they do because they can kind of veg out separate themselves and everything else that's going on and just relax and have fun and enjoy it right. Yeah i think that that to me is the only negative In my mind to the work and understand what's going on because let's be honest I couldn't understand it for a while. Because i was watching it without a little while and i was rory confused so know. I know that there's a lot of fans all That are definitely the steamboat. Absolutely we're just all guy a couple more questions here for part one of our two part interview with with him we'll Do part next week nashville. Superspeedway coming up this weekend it's It's been awhile for xfinity since you've been there. I think like ten years now right it has been awhile You know it's a great ability You know. I missed the fact that we don't go there anymore. You know i felt like You know nashville A great market for us. And you know. I really really felt like it was a place we needed to be and when we lost that race schedule. I was pretty bummed about it. But i'm the love and the fact that we gotta gotta join again You're nationalist thriving as as a city to begin went so excited to get back into the racetrack Fan seemed to be excited about event. Which i think is great having common truck and the whole shebang. There's gonna be a lot of fun. And i just hope that they'll go there. We can put on a good show You know how everything goes smoothly and it works but john. I think that it's a gonna be great event and i look forward to To get him back there and and having some experience i wanted to you guys and they finished. You might even have on their stretch. Show that That hopefully will pay. I favor and being brought their national absolutely. I actually looked it up. You've got six races under your belt. There three top fives and a pole. Dea think some of those truck and cup series guys are going to be coming to you for maybe some advice probably not but keep all the evasion i keep but You know it's going to.
"new hampshire" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Got home and were able to cover the race and It was interesting but yeah that rain delay. I was like man. this is a bomber. We're not going to get this animal gonna do this on monday. The they're gonna round of sunlight. And yeah i know you for for of all people texted me all. This isn't gonna go today. I'm like i. I asked google right away. What's the weather like in loud hampshire. And she's like you're good to go guy. Well what's funny is. I'm so i'm usually so optimistic. And i usually hate when people start doing that. Whole thing of angoras today weather right and every time it always ends up you know whatever. It goes the opposite way but had just wouldn't feel him at this time. I just really felt like we weren't going to be very lucky. We got in and That's awesome yeah but okay. Let's talk about nascar. Nascar bunch of clowns. Yeah how much does it need to rain before you decide to stop the race. Well so that's so. There were so many bad officiating calls during this race. That it's hard to even pull them all out one by one here but I think i don't know if you caught the game the night before yankees and boston and they let that go until there was a lake at yankee stadium. I think the same umpires were running. Things at nascar yeah. I don't know what the deal was like. I know they're getting more confident with the whole rain racing thing and everything but you've gotta have rain tyres if you're gonna be running in the rain and if you watch the lap before the lap where the incidents were actually happening you can see. It wasn't going anywhere. Good real fast because those cars were starting to lose control pretty badly the lap before this right. I just don't know why they waited so long to throw the yellow Obviously they waited 'til everybody crashed to do it. But i think hear kyle busch. You're kyle busch you're in the eighteen car you're on that previous lap wouldn't have been better to slow down and lose a few spots. I'm with you on that but at the same time. He's also leader. He's the first one who comes to it and so he doesn't know how you know how much worse it's going to be this time around. He's still trying to win a race. And but you know obviously it's hard to obviously it's easier afterwards to kind of look back and go man. That's just slowed down Time i'm sure he felt like you know he. He's got pretty at car control. i'm sure he felt like he was. He was going to decent pace where he could. He could hold onto it but it shouldn't be his job to police that that should be the sanctioning body. That dictates okay. The track surface on is unsafe to continue. Let's let's throw at some point these at some point. These drivers need to stop trusting in the sanctioning body. Yeah we've been seeing that there's more times now where we should not be trusting them to understand what the situation is because they have clearly messed it up enough. Yeah but then. I saw people say oh. They shouldn't backup cars which is a moot point because they didn't have backup cars new hampshire because there was no qualifying. There's no practice no need for backup. Cars team didn't even bring them But i'm also against that. I think with a trace the racist started. Don't let them pull out backup cars. That's just stupid. No this needs to be a learning experience for the sanction body. you'll let them plow backups. Anyway the sanctioning body ain't you'll learn from their mistake here They're going to think everything's all fixed. Everything's hunky dory. I would like to see them. Get rid of the the damaged vehicle policy where you can at least work on the carlo. Longer if it's something like this but But no no backup cars. That's that's just ridiculous. That's a can of worms. You don't want to people using excuses on anything that happens to try and get it back and also the those cars are not going to be. Those cars are not inspected as well. I mean what they're not as inspected as well. It takes a while to get them ready anyway. So if you have a short rain delay or whatever it's you're not going to get ready in time So then you're delaying things to make sure the guy can get ready You've got a situation. Where if it is if there are backup cars that means there was practicing qualifying beforehand. Which means everybody else's a disadvantage because their cars have been used all weekend fresh car midway through the actual race. That's coming in. And i'm sure they're going to try to argue to get their actual spot back. Since it was a nascar mistake that lost the spot. Just no no no no you crash at say. There's no do overs. This isn't the pro invitational series right exactly or the all star race. Jeff gordon one that which is a prime example you bring out the back of cars for some people and of course aibak car won the damn thing so yep. It's stupid don't do it. Let's run down the top ten denny. Hamlin is kind of a fixture there at number ten these days. Just can't can't move up. He's finding a way though to hang on to that point lead week after week and He better than yeah. That's his claim to fame to hang onto this playoff picture. The way things are going we got four races left in the the spots are closing up so he needs to hang onto that regular season championship if he wants to move on it. Looks like alex. Baumann pretty decent run at number nine there. Yeah man yeah. You've got the three wins. And he's starting to put these decent runs in his back pocket. He's almost to the top ten in points now Which will give them some extra bonus points if he can get there. So he keeps chiseling out. These diesel-run still have a shot at that. Ross chastain also showing showing some decent signs of runs. Yeah ross chastain guy. That's interesting because he's got his teammate. Kurt busch who's really high on him now. After helping him be. Kyle busch last week so i think as we get to places like daytona which is the ultimate crap. Shoot for this thing. He's teammate in his back pocket. Who wants to help them now. So i think that really bodes well for him. And he's been good on road courses which we're going to walk ins lynn next in a couple of weeks I just feel good about chastain. He's show some pretty good speed here recently and he's been making decent decisions on the race track. I feel pretty good about him. Member month ago. We thought kyle larson was gonna win. Everything and motorsports was just dominating this this and i said something like yeah but it. It goes in cycles and here. We are pile larson. Not even a factor at number seven. Yeah so it's funny. We call them. Not a factor at number seven but a lot of guys would kill to have a seventh place finish on the weekend but yeah it is kind of weird because he had such a run going and you wonder how much things might not have changed For him had he not blown that tire in the final ap pocono going for his fourth straight win. Had he gotten that maybe the confidence it would be a little higher. The momentum would still be going. The team would feel invincible. But you have a situation like that just something that shows that you are human and things start to unravel a little bit. So they've kind of things button backup there. Looks like Hendrick as a whole this week was a little slower than what we're used to sing. Yeah these these guys were the top two For hendrick. Alex bowman and kyle larson their seventh and night. We had like a whole month there were. They were the top two cars at least and every race so they need to get back on and if they're gonna wanna feel like they're the ultimate team going into this thing and until the rains came. It looked like toyota is going to dominate the first portion of this race. Then we saw the fords come on strong. And that's basically all it's left here in the The the rest of the the standings here you got Kevin harvick with sixth-place finish. Yeah and kevin harvick man..
"new hampshire" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Him. Destroy an actual Street version of the car with his race car version of the car. I don't know. Yeah by the way i think is is true x. Traumatized at this point. I mean the last time he raced in the rain didn't go so well. This time he races in the rain again. Not so well. Yeah so maybe he should stay out of the rain stuff maybe although at least this time he didn't have cole custer land on him so that's good. There's always that. Yeah that's a good thing but Yeah so it's funny. The pace car thing We do incident tracking at toby. Dot com if you go in there to stats go down and find incidents. Go to cut through two thousand twenty one stats. We have added an incident for the pace car and its driver kept childress. Now in twenty. Races kip childress in the repays. Car has one incident which is a point. Oh four or five of an instant paret. So they're now on on the list. all right. do you have Like the jet dryers to but didn't want and slide down. The bank is kind of hard though because they don't always show all those. But i think there's been two instances of that this year we just haven't added them yet. Maybe we'll go back and do that but we don't know who the drivers are of those things. Yeah that's true. I call him jet drivers. I know they have those plus the other fancy ones and stuff like that. So yeah two and a half hour delay by my watch because i got a good nap. It was it. Oh man. afterwards. I was ready to go for some racing. So that was that was a perfectly timed rain. Delay on my part so very cool. Two and a half hour delay started. I'm still driving home We're heading home from From vacation and like okay. This is perfect. I'm going to be most this race And it worked out. Well we got home. I got to check it all out. Get to cover it. And i'm sure joseph schrager. Who writes for me was very happy as able to help. I actually wrote the story about the cowboys stuff happening while in the car riding as a passenger so all right got home and were able to cover the race and It was interesting but yeah that rain delay. I was like man. this is a bomber. We're not going to get this animal gonna do this on monday. The they're gonna round of sunlight. And yeah i know you for for of all people texted me all. This isn't gonna go today. I'm like i. I asked google right away. What's the weather like in loud hampshire..
"new hampshire" Discussed on The Trip
"The trip. From roads and kingdoms is hosted by me nathan thornburgh. Alexa van sickle is our producer theme music by dan the automated episode illustration by daisy d sound mastering and composing by ricardo gutierrez. Show artwork by adele. Rodriguez executive producers are me and matt goulding also of roads and kingdoms many things to josie holtman and is it kastenbaum of future projects media for help on the state house seen at the top of this episode and ben henry for grabbing sound from that unusual scene. Thank you of course to my comrade. My south dakota man crush. Shane carpenter his photos from new hampshire. Our incredible you can find them on roads and canaan dot com. They are also the basis for all of our illustrations from new hampshire for the show. He and his wife meghan carpenter. Now ron one of the great indian food businesses on the east coast a buddha and kimchi paradise in baltimore. Called heck's ferment thanking. Shane were ditching. Hoji for these days. Rico kick next week. We are getting. Out of america for the last of our pre covid episodes. We're going to barcelona european headquarters of roads and kingdoms and home to another old comrade matt goulding as well as other friends and family and more fantastic things to drink. We will meet you there..
"new hampshire" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Not this new party that you've created and she's using his letter to say that in his follow up email you would assume he would have to make that point like how would you possibly send another email if that were the situation and not go. Yeah no. I did not authorize any of this. I don't have the authority to authorize any of this so the fact that he didn't kind of i mean beyond a reasonable doubt proves that's exactly what's going on here because it's just it's too inconceivable that someone would claim like if i signed a letter you know to like rob bernstein and said like this the entitles you the podcast that you are on is officially part of the problem and then he goes. Hey i'm starting this new podcast and this is part of the problem now and look. I have this letter from dave. But that wasn't at all what i meant by it. I did not give him authority to do this. And then i sent out an email. I wouldn't be like well. Rob's claiming one thing some other people are claiming another thing. We'll have to sit back and see what happens. I i think i would just be like no rob sandwich. Another thing that she said is that she had consulted with the region eight representative which is a guy named tucker coburn tucker coburn was the lone no vote on having tom woods at the convention and he is a known macy's caucus hater so raises question on whether the region a representative was involved in this. There's another llc member that resides in in new hampshire. We have no idea where they are on this So it's it's pretty bad but that that video that karen in in some of the members with was extremely damning. That's where the discrepancy in. It was about jackie berry being expelled. Well it was signed on the seventh. That's where that came from. And what was the funniest part of that whole video was it really seemed like jarvis. Didn't realize what she was copying two until she was about halfway through copying to it like karen was like right. So hypothetically if convention the national convention was tomorrow which organization is sending delegates. She's kind of like. I guess mine the you know like it would be mine but yet in an. I don't think it's hit her the seriousness of like credit card data. That's not good like credit donor. Data it has been stolen and and for all you know they could. Whoever has it might have copied it. Yeah you're i mean like in an end so that is a serious serious situation. That is not being properly addressed the ellen see and if you read that ellen email it is disgusting. The just the some of the the the absolute casualness with which this is being approached and people are clearly Well not so not all of them but some people are clearly more worried about making sure that joe bishop henchmen looks good all of this and we're not casting his first job as you know in and all of that and it's clearly factional And and that is disgusting that needs to be pushed back on because again the move here is going to be a. We'll restore new hampshire and yeah. I'm sorry listen even to people out there who are critics of the mesa's caucus and if you don't like our messaging or you don't like the way we do it or you don't like anything else about us. That is fine. we can save those conversations another time. This is very clear. cut how. What is the argument that they had the authority to do this. And if it's just so what we're looking at here was a coup attempt of a state affiliate party and to any member who's the leader. I mean if you can't stand up to that you are not fit to be in leadership now to their credit. A lot of pe- look karen harlow has just been really truly has integrity and demonstrated that throughout this whole thing again she's not mesa's caucus and she has been critical of us in the past. She's been critical of me in the past on several different counts. And i think that's fine. I think he has every right she. I think she actually might have been right about some of criticisms of buzz. And i think she long about others but may sure to yell at me and say this is the result of the takeover language. And i'm like that's here fall. Take all right guys. Let's take a moment and thank our sponsor for today's show which is fume fume. Is the natural inhaler that makes it easy to get the benefits of super plants on the go. Here's a simple as fumes. A canadian made wooden inhaler with no electronics..
"new hampshire" Discussed on The Trip
"New hampshire university arena in downtown manchester. The last time. I had been in that arena. It was a very different night. It was trump's final rally before the gop primary back in two thousand sixteen. I roamed the floor incognito as possible but the media who did not have that luxury were pending far from the stage and constantly berated by the public and heckled by trump. It was blood in the nostril madness that night of very ill night electric and angry and just the memory of it brings me now. A flood of relief. We're all in biden. London now grappling of course with the limits of centrism and there are many. But it's still worth it from the site of trump's vicious climb to remember that there are far worse places than the middle of the road. Few people have fought harder for that progressive center than this episode guest. Gary hershberg who was an early and key supporter of barack obama's first primary here. Gary was for mayor. Pete in the two thousand twenty primary which isn't really the point of this interview but he does vibe with his biography as chairman of stony field farm. He turned organic yogurt of all things into a mega business. Long before that's impossible and in the process became a legend in the organic food movement. We spoke with a couple of days before the primary over an early morning. Spread of probiotic shooters and finished style. Oath gert other hits for the progressive power. This is making thornburgh and from roads and kingdoms. You're listening to the trip drinking with exceptional people around the world so speaking of democrats have got a house. That's just loaded with them right now. Who's who's upstairs has the The under thirty year olds who run the buddha judge finance pain. But we've got media people here and politicos and so forth the first bats left about two hours ago so they're already out pounding the pavement and really the worker. Bees are now. This is the shift that was up until two. Am doing because of course. They're operating in multiple time zones. We're we're on the eve of the new hampshire primary but that also means on the eve of going completely national right. We you know super tuesday around the corner. Yes they need to be both here in the deep woods and and then also figuring out what's happening in south carolina and yon california and it's all compressed this year right. I mean in ninety days. Ninety percent of the delegates will be chosen Sprint now why pete. What's tell me. tell me why. It's a his guys upstairs. and not. not her geyser. Someone else's well it i will. I would kill any of them. But you know i'm sixty five years old and i heard howard dean recently. Say i'll never again but for anyone older than me and i'm kind of in that same camp. I mean this is. We're leaving this mess to your kids and mine. And i think it's time not just for generational switch in terms of college age. It's time for generational shift in terms of how we do politics. We're excessively partisan and obviously it's gotten worse with this guy who's who's who's really a divider a not a not a uniter at in the white house but fair but But i mean by that is. What really impressed me about pete to get back to your question is i went to southbound I recognized southbound because as a child here in new hampshire i. i'm third generation manufacturer here. My grandfather and father ran shoe factories around the state in towns that look a lot like southbound lakonia new market pittsfield manchester All these mill towns that in my very youngest years i enjoyed the boom of the thriving in our whole economy to the thriving industry but by the time i was in my early teens that industry was in a freefall collapsed because of cheap labor overseas and while our family through suffering the business. We lost the business. There was alcohol and divorce. And lots of those when you were in your teens. When you're twenty. I no this. We lost the factory when i was twelve years old. Jesus so this is a very defining kind of calamity for you. Yeah well also informed stoney field. How we built studying phil. I'll get to in a moment but But what. I what was even more memorable for me was watching the collapse of these communities. Mean little pittsfield new hampshire down. The road here had a thriving downtown with pharmacy. I mean i used to sit there and read. My twelfth sent a superman comics while my father was moving crates of shoes next door and all those jobs left the veterinarian. Went out the dentist out the plumbers when everybody lost their livelihoods and and so the the the the problems we're having our family were endemic everywhere. And that's just what happened with studebaker. In south bend. And when i got to south bend. It was eerie to see the. It was haunting for me to see exactly what had happened and it happened that Last summer was also the marrow race for pete's replacement so i wandered around and listened and listened to voters but also got to hear. Some of the candidates bone the one who won his successor And designate but also the republican and I got to witness firsthand. What i saw here new hampshire. Which is that the way that these communities came back after being hollowed out was not because of democrats or republicans it was because of civic minded people like i said back in my childhood. Wasn't that big a difference. Between the republicans and democrats it's public private partnerships it was people reaching was entrepreneurial thinking it was reaching into the community for ideas and then enabling and supporting and pulling together in a way that pete authentically did. I mean i'd heard all this right and the podcast but to see first hand and even the republican candidate running was honoring and acknowledging. Pete success with doing that. And so that's what we're talking about. A generational shift is that we need to get back to those. The days. when politics wasn't about dividing it was about Uniting it was about competing with who had the best ideas and you know. Pete really symbolizes me. You had Talked about Tom steiner being friend of yours. I was thinking. I think he had a good night last night. We're to date this recording it after friday. It's the last big democratic debate before the primary And he. I saw somewhere on twitter. Somebody said you know. I'm still offer eating the rich. I'm just gonna eat tom last. You know he's.