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"petersen museum" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

03:35 min | 11 months ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

"This means we our live ladies and gentlemen boys girls tech fans of all shapes and sizes and sort some persuasions. Welcome to another monday morning. Tech chat show on the s._d._g. Q._a. podcast channel. I'm i'm carlos bagnall aka some gadget guy the s._d._g. Of this terribly named podcasting q._a. stands for question and answer. That one's pretty easy as we like to make this in interactive discussion when we go live. That's why i like to do my podcast on mondays. We get to spend a little time digging through the news. Not just what popped up been our feed rushing to a thursday or friday broadcast publication. Take a little time kinda dig in. How do we feel about this news comeback fresh over the weekend and have a fun conversation. I'm already seeing a terrific live chat charlie listener abraham route to steve junkie. I just meringue a lot. I can't pronounce his name gary the firemen <hes> i believe we have the discord working on on this week's show. Apparently it's going to be one of those things where every single time i broadcast. I'll have to reset the settings for discord to show up in my live chat at the but we'll see if we can keep this going as i have to warn you guys fair warning. I've already had two blue screens of death on my computer this morning. <hes> the most recent windows upgrade did not does not seem to be <hes> doing well on my current workstation so fingers crossed. We can make it through for a two hour broadcast. 'cause we got a lot of news to talk about. <hes> i wanna charlie. Spirit song already beat me to the joke. What's the over under on <hes> on housekeeping this week twelve to fifteen minutes. What is it nine. Oh two right housekeeping. This weekend was my birthday. <hes> i <hes> i am now finally legally allowed to drink alcohol. Just i've wondered all this time. What beer tastes like that's totally ally <hes>. I'm not yet quite forty but i'm definitely not thirty eight anymore so had a phenomenal weekend. <hes> did a lot of just family outings. <hes> might my daughter. She's she's about to turn. Four was super proud of herself for helping being mommy bake mike cake and had to have that sit down with her as i want you to remember. This is the first time you i've ever had a birthday cake made by my daughter later and she kinda got kinda got a little smirke face. It's super adorable. When something breaks through that toddler you know sort of rambunctious on justice and she's you know emotionally. They're with me so <hes> i we had a beautiful weekend i got to <hes> visit one of my favorite haunts and finally lax with sort of old enough to play around at the petersen museum in southern california which is an amazing car museum and they've just expanded this whole little kid section so she was building lego racers and you know <hes> drawing her favorite cars and and of course they've got a life size display of <hes> <hes> lightning mcqueen from cars so so it was a really fun weekend a way too much food <hes> i'm crazy off my diet <hes> but i kind of feel like even with my slowing metabolism awesome have got to do that every now and then lest i go crazy on. I'm also wearing the shirt. I got a new peterson shirt. Look at that happy birthday to me <hes> and then other than that it was a lot of non tech doc birthday. The thing about the job that i do.

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"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

"Because dreaming car cast, sounds weird. So come out to that. And then another event that is going to be fun. It's we're starting to do car cast of that's car cast car shows and live shows, and we did our first one at the Petersen museum, and thanks, everybody who came out to that. And we've learned some things from that event. So we're doing another one. We're doing another one. So the next one is going to be important. It's at a car museum at Portland, I think it's going to be Friday, August thirtieth, there's going to be a car show and then Adam, and I are going to be out there. We're going to do car cast live were interviewing Mario Andretti. So come out, see that show is your car Seymour, even ready and we're gonna have a great time doing that event, as well. And then we're gonna get you guys more details. But I just had the meeting yesterday to lock this end. The week of the same shell Bill. You gotta come out to this gone. You gotta start making a plan for this one. Okay. Sema show is the first week of August. It's Tuesday or sorry November, it's the, it's a Tuesday through through Friday, that Friday that last Friday of Sima at the believe at a hotel, we'll let you know probably the palms hotel, we're gonna have a meet greet of us. It'll be me and Adam and hopefully Bill as well. And then we're going to show you our Shelby documentary. And then Saturday we're going out to speed Vegas. It's the it's nice new track where you rent crazy supercars and they have an offroad track where with a little trophy trucks. We're going to do a huge car cast car show event there, we're going to alive, car cash show, and you guys can go we're getting package deal set up that you can rent the cars and do as many laps as you want, you can rent a five lap, package or ten lap package. You want a Shelby. You want you want, you want Rosh Mustangs, you want Ferrari you on core..

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"petersen museum" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Gale is a screenwriter producer director and co wrote the back to the future trilogy. And he was taking part in a panel discussion on movie and TV cars at the Petersen museum in connection with their new Hollywood dream machine exhibit, and he talked about what back to the futures time. Bending DeLorean started out as a purse drafts of script time machine was built into a refrigerator. Doc Brown to haul round on the back of a pickup truck. And the whole nuclear power aspect of it was a major set-piece in early drafts where they actually had to harness nuclear energy from an atomic test data to send more back to nineteen. I turn out to be way too expensive to do Steven Spielberg remembered it, and use it in Indiana Jones, four member Harris toward refrigerator. On nuclear testing. But one day came into office, and he's thinking about you right at one way. And then when you're actually, making the movie you have to start thinking of how Mashego shift is he started thinking about the logistics are homeless refrigerator around on a pickup truck. And he said, Bob, wouldn't it make more sense that doc Brown built this thing into a car so that we don't have to do? I don't get it off the pickup truck. Actually, it was a lot of time. And it's good.

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"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

"You know, a lot of people don't have the vision or the. Or the or or the foresight or even to nasty? I mean, I don't get it with his own money. His own money. My wife doesn't go. Oh, I told her Castro paid for the whole fucking thing. Yeah. Wait a minute. Where's my money? Yeah. Well, you know, you saw the story. You know, we just told the story. I mean, it was. We knew there were so much there that it just couldn't you just couldn't go wrong. You know? I I always sort of said today like all we can do is F this like we just go tell Ackley right fell. Once this how I encourage co workers, all we can do is fuck this up now go. So you know, we we knew we knew we had here. So. Of labor love. It would be nice to make some of that money back at some point. But you don't really make documentaries to make money. You know? You know, what I like about, you know, making the documentaries is it's here, it'll always exist. It'll it'll be here long after we're all gone people can hear about this story. Learn about this story and tell the story, and it's it's all in one ninety six minute DVD. So I just liked that idea coming coming from radio wherever they just kind of goes up into the ether. And then just blows away this'll this'll be here forever. So it was a story that deserve to be told. And we just told it, and we couldn't have done it without Willie. Obviously couldn't have done it. If he wasn't doing what he did. And we couldn't have done it. If he didn't contribute the way he did. I gotta tell you. I get a call from Nate. And Nate says do you think Bernie Ecclestone now everyone in here knows that Bernie Ecclestone is the big Kahuna? I mean, he's of anyone in all of auto racing history. Bernie is the biggest and. Nate says, you think Bernie Ecclestone would do an interview. I said, yeah, he'll do it. And and nays says to me Adam Corolla will bet shoe that he won't. He's going to take that bet. I said what kind of Senate? And so I said forget it. I emailed Bernie Ecclestone. And I said we're doing this Bernie and for your and I went I went politics on him. I said how do you want to be remembered miserable? Exactly what I put in Email. I said how many of the millions of African Americans in the United States and forget about that worldwide or are going to know what you did..

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"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

"I don't think that I would have enjoyed it any other way. I it just it was just something about the the ops when something's too easy. You know, really? You don't really look at yourself in the mirror and said, I accomplished anything, but. It was it was. I do all over again, if somebody said, would you absolutely do it just the way did it. I said I would tell them. Yeah. I wouldn't change anything. I might not partied as much. My wife reminds me of that. All right. And by the way, that was Dr Bruce who was sitting next to me. I just I don't travel with my doctor. Not like Elvis or something. It's time for your P twelve injection. You have to go on that age. So for him up. He's got to go on stage. So that was actor Burr, so do you have questions from from the audience? Yes. So when did you retire what race and why you know, you really? You know, it's like a racehorse, you know, sometimes they wanna put you out. The pastor, you know, and maybe they wanna use you for, you know, a dog food or glue and. I. It was really two thousand one was you know, it went from nineteen seventy seven to two thousand one and once you get through the eighties, and when you're younger nineties and your heyday, you know, that, you know, the new kids coming along and most of them got more balls than brains. And so they're, you know, they're going to, you know, you're going to be challenges like all lion and the young lions. Well, the hyenas don't duly go after the younger lions so old ones. They wanna nipping ass. So. So it was about two, and you know, you can feel it like in all sports. You know? I mean, I'm sure Michael Jordan would play for the next hundred years of could. But you know, you start. In germany. They have a sane. You lost some feathers. Lot of people might have gotten to Michael Jordan reference. First black man to play basketball. Way back in eighty s probably eighty six eighty seven. Yeah. I black man to lace up the high tax our next next. Yeah. Oh, you don't know his name now, but you will eighteen months from now. Thanks fantastic film on her to see like this and get to talk to you guys Willie. You clearly are not someone who needs a lot of allegation from other people. But what is it meant to you to be involved in this and to to see the film like this. Well. These two God right here. They. I don't know if. You know, you you. There's they saw what what was happening. And they saw what happened. And there's a lot of producers out there from Spike Lee, do whomever these two guys they said, this is a story that needs to be told. And I can't..

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"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

"Like, it's it's a compliment. Yeah. It's a competent. They don't hand them out that I mean, he doesn't hand them out that off, but he said that Porsche was done nicely. And I was like I was just thinking about that car. So that is number seven number seventy three and areas. Yeah. Do we have our our award winners? We have our four ward winters wanted you guys come up here. Bring those fancy plaques Embo hats the rest, you are not losers. But you shouldn't be mistaken for winners. That's all I'm saying. Yes. Yes. Bring your plaques. Come on up here. Those plaques are suitable for framing. So it's got my name on us right next here. I'm going to pick somebody shorter next time. Right. And let's all it's all just display the plaque there. Right. Nicely done guys. Thank you. Yeah. Thanks. You guys. This is excellent. And you know, we'll do it next year unless I get caught up in this whole metoo thing which case I'm going to have to lay low for while. There's some stuff coming out mostly threes and fours really not enough. You know, what probably said too much. Well, probably do it next year. I'm gonna have Mark Garriga's come up here and say couple of words, and then we can just go ahead and. Are we taking pictures? I'm taking a picture of them. Are you taking a picture of them? Oh them. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Just just proof. Is you guys showed up? Yes. Heck's? My mom later. See people showed up. Thank you so much for showing up all stick around around watch screening, right? And have a cocktail and have a cocktail. Thank you guys. We'll see an ex year. So we had a whole day out at the Peterson on the roof outdoors in the sunshine. And then we moved inside to watch uppity and Willie t was there. And if the end of the show and everyone loved it got a standing ovation. I think there were tears in the audience. I'll tell you a quick little fact is Billy Gibbons who came and watched it he loved it so much we actually saw him taking notes like what are you doing? And he's like, I love this story this film so much some of this could end up in a song love it. That was a great impact. He was touched by the whole thing, the Hopi remakes classic transfusion that'd be fit. So we did a Q and A afterward. And Nate only answered one question with the Mike and his lap. Which is which is fantastic movie. Only asked one question right before it went up. I said Nate he's going to talk to you about the Mike keep it right after I got it. Sure. You can find a fixer of him to stay. Mike sitting on the light. Only answered one that way, though, got it. All right. So let's listen to QNA with me and Nate the makers of film and willy t. Thank you everybody. I'm gonna bring up Adam Corolla and willy t Ribbs. Thank you all for coming out. Today. Thank you all. Thank you very much. Offer this guy. It's all for Willie. I told you he was a sound bite machine. Right. Shoot heard what what what got edited? Right. I think we're just going to open this up to some QNA Willie. Would you like to make a statement before we open it up? Well, first of all vying for everyone being here and sharing the experience. It was. Albums. Doctor was sitting next to me watching this. And he says man, he says you dealt with a lot that knew said remember the scene of Scarface where Pacino said don't worry about it. It was fun. Well, it was fun. And..

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"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

"Some hardware. Welcome to the first annual tar cast car show. Hosted by Adam Corolla and mad the Andrea they are here to give away the award. So let's hear it for them on their tenth anniversary. The greatest automotive podcast of all time is car cast. Please welcome Adam Corolla, and that DA Andrea here. Hey, thank you. This is turn out to be a little tougher than we thought that judging department, but I have tallied up right here. This for the first years turn out to be quite a nice turnout. It's all because of you. So normally this department they go give yourselves a hand. I hate that. So just give me a hand. And thank you come on. Hey, please come on. I wasn't expecting. Not not not what I'm here for. So we went around, and we scouted out some different cars where the people's choice award. And we have best in show, and we have your choice. We have my choice. I'll give honorable mention to the Ford ranchero over there. It's not gonna it didn't quite get it. But it's it's close. Yeah. And you know, I see the American flag waving there. And I just thought it'd be give a little something American. All right. You want to start out with yours? I yeah. So my pick is just for the wacky -ness of our car is I don't know what number it is. It's number fifty four, and it's that Datsun five ten drift or right over there. There's so much going on with that thing. I love that. Why don't you come on up? Here. We've got a plaque for you. We've got some awards for you our friends at Brembos hook you up with backpacks and books and shirts and. Yeah. They burned a lot of calories. And a lot of Volkan is rubber with that bad. Boy, what you didn't get was a break hits. You get a hat though. That's nice. Yeah. But listen handle slow you down with that thing out. Throw it out the driver's side window, grabs all the air, boom. And thanks guys. Thanks car o his hands. Messed up his hand drifting. If you guys Sherman shirt, thanks you guys. Yeah. It's a great piece. I didn't I'm a five ten guide. I didn't even know it was a five ten. Which is which is interesting just great job on that car fun. Super fun so much good stuff out there, but mine was near and dear to my mom's heart number five. It was a VW square back over here. I'll tell you. What got me? It's got a Subaru motor in it. Yes. It's it has a I think ninety seven Subaru motor in the VW square back and just nicely done. It was going to bring you some more stuff. Yeah. We'll bring you bring you the swag. So Chris give this guy a plaque. That was that was nice. The you want to do the people's choice award choice award. You guys voted you submitted your ballots, and guess what you picked. No. Now, number forty three the Chevy blazer. We'll. By the way. Yeah. The blazer guys smoking joint with my son and the stairwell. Oh, not been introduced to drugs. Well. Yeah. Yeah, there it is. Yeah. We'll take. Best in show now to be honest. I was wandering around. There's a lot of cars that that. I like you're not allowed to pick your own. Oh, no. You can't pick your own. But you said this is my show. Yeah. Just not for the ward. Sorry. We'll let me ask you when it's your party. Are you allowed to eat the food or I don't 'cause this is the same difference? All right. So we'll go to the nine thirty five. Now, this is a red Porsche, it's number seventy three. And I I love the car was very nicely done in in Jonathan ward. In you, guys know Jonathan ward from Hikone Motors. He's the guy who is very detail oriented, and I just ran into him back there with his Bronco and he's like agency that red Porsche. Pretty nice job. And when Jonathan ward tells you that supreme nice job. It's like Chinese middle aged dude going nice job at the math..

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"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

"Yeah. Actually, I have a copy of it here. Well, it's the it's the book and movie coming out in may. Yeah. All right. And then for the Evans Evanston, where we find those guys online. Evan school dot com. Okay. Okay. And you can find it in all kinds of places on our website. We have a weird by section, and that's easy to you know, put in your address zip code. You can find a dealer near you. You know, couple of the things that do want to mention about the NHRA because it's real important that we started to talk about the NHRA in the racing and white guy calls are not allowed Evans is just as difficult to clean up glycol based coolant it is a glycol based coolant but the difference, and I think is worth mentioning all the people listening is if Evans is glycol based cooling. Why would it be allowed when the fifty fifty coolants aren't and it's all about the pressure. The reduction of pressure means the likelihood of getting on the track is decreased by so much. You're not gonna have that happen in any great volumes. You might have a little spill to clean up. Right. And that have that problem. Pretty scary story that happened to me I one on the Evans cooling website, right? I typed in closest location on typed in my own address in came back with the coolants in the house. Scary. No. Pretty hard. I wasn't run. Mike kids were not the same for a couple of days. What happened, but I had to get out. You know, scary movie get out. That's right house. All right, Mike. Thank you. And thank you. Thanks for having us to literature as well. And Evans, cool and everybody go online. Thank you. I told you this was a special episode, and we're gonna keep getting special because we're giving out some award. This is fun. This is an exciting part of the show for me. Yeah. Was nerve wracking for me. But we gave out some special awards. So let's enjoy that. All right, ladies and gentlemen. It's time to hand out.

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"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

"Now, you think about that with such a high boiling point it stays liquid. So you never have any vapor. You don't build any pressure. And you never boil out the pressures of big issue because when you you pop the cat something goes wrong, or let's say in a racing environment. And you have a leak that's where that's where the mess comes. Because there's so much pressure goes all over the track. And it's a huge, it's messy and in charge drag racing. I pay a fine now. Right. If you're team drops oil or coolant you your team pays a fine. You would. And I'm really glad you brought that up because most glycol based coolants are not allowed in NHRA tracks up until now. So what Evans is allowed vintage racing. I think a lot of the guys at water wetter. And right, just water. Right. But in a way, this is sort of the move from. Putting additive in conventional oil to go in full synthetic. I mean. Similar way look at it that way because it just behaves differently. It prolongs the life cycle is prolonged right? So Evans will stay in your engine indefinitely. I mean, you never have to change it out because the additives don't fall out. So we're very different. We're here at the Petersen automotive museum, and they have a huge collection of hundreds of collector cars, and I know you guys work with them. Why would why would the Peterson picked Evans over water letter or convention? Yeah. And they don't drive the cars. Well, that's actually a good point. Because when the car sit for a long time, right? What happens, you know, the the additives the anticorrosive additives followed over time, right? And then you get corrosion or electrolysis and trolleys is is the pitting that results from the electric current through the water, but without the water that's not going to happen in when this happens. It happens from the inside out, you don't know it till it's too late. It's why a lot of museums are using. I mean, Jalen will uses it. The Tim Welborn muscle car museum American. I think this Guggenheim is using. Now, see too. Yeah. Great. Your your product goes in kind of coats, everything and sticks to it to prevent corrosion. It's because when we talked to two Leno at his place he hates he hates ethanol in in in fuel. Right. Yeah. Because it eats old fuel lines and he gets angry at the California fuel ingredients. All talk the two things. He hates our ethanol in Puerto Rican. Puerto rican. But he doesn't care for your your people but ethanol mainly in water to and water to water too. Borderie gas and water. That order. I'm not gonna you know what I've said too much Jay still here. I think he laughed I well he makes those three things, and we can we can fix at least one of them. I was going to say with good reason. But the good reason applies just the water. No. All right. So where do we get Evans? You can certainly start off at the Evan schooling website, Evan schooling dot com..

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"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

"I think we should set the one with the would force. One thing. That's that's what Bruce Wayne would drive. It's crazy. It's a cool piece. Mine mine burnt that fire smoke members smoking tip Rillo. Got a little careless. My Morgan caught on fire. We name this. Let's see there's Plum crazy purple. We'll call it. Fuck you purple. Fuck you Bourbeau. I think we call. It prince crazy top. Yes. And we'll call Graham, Ray hauls, the catfish bottom feeder catfish Burkle crazy top. So we see grandma go. Oh, catfish MerVal. Oh. He got. This must be so much fun for you to drive. I got a chance to drive one of these as well on Ford sent went over. Do you wanna go for ride say, yes? Yeah. We had it for a couple of days. It's fantastic. And in the super car world. One of my favorite cars is the McLaren seven twenty s it's just phenomenal dry. But then I got this. It was like man just what this represents for Ford. And with the four GT legacy in the forty legs before that. This was one of my favorite anybody asked me, they say what is this? What does it drive like? And it's got to be the Maclear impede for twelve. Whatever that is. Yeah. That's it. It's it's like they're born of the same mother. It's really is similar field. It's it's like when you wanna go somewhere. It does it before you think it's really great us send the guys at Ford like give them the paint code. How do you do it? When you're ordering carnage coming in this co this one because I did the one of one with Chrysler for the viper. And that when I was just sent a bunch of paint books chip charts, and we just went through with through and their fit twenty different purples. And literally narrowed it down to this. And so then when Ford was going to paint, it we how did we do it? We didn't scan it. Oh, I got the actual paint code and just in it to them. And then they sent it back and said this it and I went. So we just send them the paint code one of one. It's Jeff Jeff worship people go because I know you're touring all over the place and playing dates all over the place. Jeff Dunham dot com. That's the tour all the tour. Everything is there dot com. That's it in his prints. Crazy. All right. So we're here with Mike tour Ville who's that guy there in betweens, Matt motoring Evans cooling is the product. And we're standing in front of Jeff Dunham's four GT. Yeah. Purple one ever. And I don't know what acid Marin that is Martin DBS to new DBS. Oh, it is fantastic. Right. And that color, it's a DS superloo jarrow. Yeah. The front fenders bother me a little bit. Mike tells about your product will Evans cool is a waterless engine coolant and really it's about the only waterless Kumon, you can find all the other cooling serve a fifty fifty mix of ethnic like hall and water is as we all know. But the big difference with Evans is the absence of water, and therefore the absence of the problems that water causes. Did you think about corrosion? Think about electrolysis but more importantly boil over pressure. Evans has a boiling point of three hundred seventy five degrees. Now, never come close to that. Whatever. No. It'll be out. Right standing there all night..

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"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

"I think that Leno put into good word for me. And our good, buddy. Marv rose you are more rose. I think those guys open good. But but JFK and Steve put it over the top. It's weird like referrals like like you're trying to get into the air force academy. Yeah. Like, a Senator right note. This guys stand up. But but you do you had to write the essay. Right. And then you had to have some sort of a pretty big social footprint there in the social media stuff. So you had to have that. And I think they want you to track it, and they want you to get it out there. So that's the only reason I came here. I don't care about you just had to bring it Chris Ford made me. Right. Obviously, there's the John seen controversy where he was selling his. But contractually was to keep it for two years for two years. I understand in what people flipping it. Yeah. Three times. Yeah. We're not the first to do that. Right. Right. Yeah. That it's so that the deal is you buy it. Well, it's always funny because when whenever you talk to your wife about a car, and they go six hundred thousand dollars for a car who's going to buy. It's like who gets the by car for six hundred they'll decide who gets to. I mean, there's probably a pool of thousands internationally four five thousand applications and they're going to whittle it down for years. Right. So who gets new and then they get to make the rules, which I like I like living in that world. You're I'm not on the list, I'm looking at a beige Camry. And I don't want to jinx it leno's blown a call and later on today. Stupas eleven it's got like eighty one thousand miles on it. But it's it's it's coffin Terry. But you can put leather necks essays. He knows the guy at the van is carmax, and he says he'll blow card call it. So what are the specs on this? Oh, three point five six. Yes. VCX right. Six hundred and forty five horsepower. And lintel today would seven something I thought it was a six forty five. That's what I hear. I hear it was about that. He's got too many cars. Yeah. He doesn't know. If he doesn't he doesn't have one purple. I know whether swaying with them purple. Todd does he I think he has a promote. Yes. That was the big thing. Back in the day. I have a purple Khuda Plum, crazy, right? Who do you have a problem with that? Well, the a couple of things so the B six which we used to kind of turn our nose up at kind of an interesting renaissance, which is one of your favorite supercars from the early nineties x x j two twenty supercar had mid engine turbocharged v six and probably to five or somewhere in there. It was frowned upon. It was like, oh, what are you doing v six v twelve or v eight or whatever at now, it's really just about performance. Nobody really cares. What the displacement is just care. What it does on the track? And this car is it's serious machine. One hundred miles on it. So you know, it's still not even close to getting broken in. But I have GT x one is. Well, and this is it's not even not even close ones pretty special. We actually went and filmed over at his place. A while back. We spent all this time driving his batmobile around. Let us use it. Which is that. Right. Yeah. We could use any of that all the garage stuff. He has the new batmobile like not he's not old school. MCC takes his well, though, we're letting the museum borrow for year. They're doing a whole whole give us your top five in your collection, sixty six batmobile. There's the Keaton batmobile this has got to be up there. Now. Sure, let's see what else. I don't know. The Morgan super sport is frigging awesome..

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"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

"You're listening to Castrol car cast on podcast one. Hey, this is Adam Corolla for boost mobile. Don't you hate when your tax gets sent in the wrong order how about when a dropped call ruins conversation. It's the worst. It's time to stop suffering from fear of glitch ING out ditch your glitch for Busse super reliable super fast, nationwide network and get four lines each with unlimited gigs for just a hundred bucks a month. Plus get four free phones. That's right. Four free phones all on a network that you can count on visit your nearest boost mobile store and switch today boost makes it easy to switch. Switching makes it easy to save its boost easy to save easy to switch. Get it on got to get on a choice. Many on mandate get it on and welcome to a special episode car. Cast today's episode brought to you by Evans, coolant sort of learn more about waterless coolants, and I suggest you do check out their cited Evans, coolant dot com slash fightback. That's Evans, coolant dot com slash fightback fightback against the water in your cooling..

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"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on CarCast

"Lock nut trying to in your dream in my dream in my dream. I found some guy who also had a nine thirty five and he had a. Cordless impact driver, and he was going to take the nut off with the cordless impact driver. Yeah. And in my dream, this cordless impact driver that's going to take that Serta lock nut off hooked up to the valve stem of one of the tires at had Aaron it in used some of the air pressure. That was in the tire to help. It propel it. Yeah. Which is a little semi genius. For guy was passed. I took a bunch of cold Madison. I took a bunch of Nyquil pass because I have a cold crazy crazy night while three we're going to do our tenth anniversary at the Petersen museum. That's the ten th anniversary of my podcasts anniversary of car cast has a lot of people don't know. But car could have the same year year. Just a few months later. Yeah. Food myself in that group of a lot of people who didn't know. I guess car casts was one of the first shows we've decided to spin off of my podcast. He's about six months after I came in June. I think you guys started around January I came in June. Brian this June will be ten years. All right. Well, then it'll be the ten year anniversary. I don't know why we're not talking about that more. They should I should it's kind of my tenure anniversaries. It's ten years of. So that'll be the Peterson. And you're kind of breaking it up into two and a half events. We have the car stuff during the day. Yeah. We have the Willie tee up at the dock screening mid mid day or I shouldn't say midday, but I don't know probably live o'clock, six o'clock or something like that. And then the Adam Corolla show podcast will start at seven or something in the evening. And so we'll have Leno there during the day and other. Guys. We've got what's his name? I can never think of his name Mike Brewer right from wheeler-dealers. He's a really nice guy. He's so much fun. It was it was funny because I've got so much energy. I played the Irvine improv couple of weeks ago, and I was driving in semi conversation with Mike which I now have because I drive in separately. Because he lives in Orange County. Now August, Mike August where he's like where are you?.

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"petersen museum" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Dance nation so cows whereas did Orange County fairgrounds school day Sunday. Oh, that's too bad. Rad would he'd gone Radwan Sunday know, what is really oh Radwan is the eighties and nineties carshow. It's like fucking huge. Now. Dude blown up in the last year. They it's torturing all the guys who run it quit. They're fucking day jobs. It's like blown up OSHA is at the Petersen museum. It's gonna be it's okay. Okay. Yeah. Gotcha. I got I got cars to show fucking. I've got costumes. It's the whole deal costume eighties. I got my big small. Okay. That sounds sick. Yes. Totally. It's themed theme to everything. That's dope. Yeah. But yeah. Like if I'm heading to a show or something I I will make to drive it to that show. Yeah. So I wanted to keep that in like, you might laugh. But if I if we build a new engine break it in on the streets. No. That makes sense. I mean, it's like, yeah, I'm trying to trying to get arrested at the same time. But yeah, I mean, everything I do with this car that if I'm testing breaks or whatever might be I'm gonna go out on some road. That is not very popular and cannons. Yeah. I understand but outside man. Someone's got some shit up there, something these windows, we got lucky they stopped fucking Jack hammering outside just before it was like literally I got here at one thirty. Sounds like all good. We it's the new studio is August, August live news to you. Okay. All right. So what are if any the differences between the time attack series? Are there really any or is it all kind of the same the rules are slightly different? You have. Okay. For example. Let's say grid life versus global time attack. Yeah. And I only know really the rules that for your class are affecting me. So like Tire's tread wear rating. Right..

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"petersen museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I saw Leno Friday night and he was I was in a vent that he was in and he did about fifteen minutes of stand up. And I was like, oh, you forget about Leno and like how good he is at stand up like you sort of forget that this is what these guys do or how they got there. You kinda used to this guy from this place and that whatever, but seeing him do fifteen to twenty minutes of like flawless, stand up in a group of areas at the Petersen museum. It was just like you do kinda get reminded that I don't know. Sort of like when you see. Sort of like when a guy plays a tough guy a movie, but he really is a black Val. You start to think he's the character. And then once in a while he kicks guys asked in the street, you go does really know how to do that. Doesn't he? You grow in the San Fernando Valley. Yup. You're not far from where you? I was in north Hollywood guy, Birmingham high school guy. How how'd I think I play my last high school football guys, Birmingham Vikings are you or the huskies? We were the Braves on Monroe was the vines and you guys, you grow up in Sinoe, which is a slightly nicer version of north Hollywood. I would say south of Ventura boulevard, you're, you're, you're going to little too far out of. I was right next to Burbank boulevard. I was on the cusp of van is how how did show business factor and for you? How did how did you get into this totally by accident four blocks from my our house, we lived in a tract house that my dad bought on a GI Bill four blocks was our KO studios and no longer there, obviously, and we used to go over there. Kasur sneak under the fence when those kinds of things were permissible, and we used to watch them shoot black and white TV shows. Did I should say this half of the show brought to you by Dollar Shave Club, dollarshaveclub dot com. Slash admin, Felix gray, good, a Felix gray glasses. Com slash animal table that minute..

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"petersen museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We lost seven. But at the same time through his loss. As he closed his eyes. I think the nation's eyes were opened as we were trying to reflect. The Hector Petersen museum and memorial opened in two thousand and two and he's one of South Africa's most visited landmarks popular with schools tourists. Even public figures is Michelle Obama after a visit in two thousand eleven and you all know the story how thirty five years ago this month, a group of students planned, a peaceful protests, but when security forces opened fire hundreds lost their lives that day. Including a boy named Hector Peterson. Who was just twelve years old? When my guide Antunez totally remembers June nineteen seventy six understandably she chooses to recall, happy memories. I. Ooh. Singing. It was a fun day. Eight funded nowadays singing dancing on my trust, so fun, but eventually Antoinette has no choice and does what she's done countless times since that day. She confronts her own personal connection to salmon's EMAS photo. So we're in the sort of main chamber, and then up a ramp away from us is the famous photo on the left. We got hector's sister. She's clearly in such a state of of pain and fear. What people say when do you turned to the girl on the left, and you say? That's me. Let me ask questions. Sometimes I you think what happened to get especially students. Maybe she died loan. Oh, say all sorts of things just keep hey old. And then there is that is that is is it too. Hey. Antoinette who changed her name from Peterson to totally after she got married was hector's older sister. And he loved karate karate children the time. Remember he'd go to the cinema every Saturday, they pay Tuesday films left so much. She also remembers he liked football and playing in the garden. My mother had a beautiful so see insects the lady bird bees, then play loony speaking to those insects. The June sixteenth protests when the shooting started Antoinette had lost sight of Hector when she looked back voice. It was running carrying a young boy. Then she saw the boys shoes knew it was her brother. She began running screaming searching for help. So started the moments captured by salmon's EMAS photo. Do you ever wish it wasn't taken? Olden say so because. Really happening. The personally it made you confront it over and over again, it could have been a moment that you could have left behind you know, with. Title appear to make us if you control in my life. So no and I had to distance myself. So that girl doesn't feel like you. I am a with that. Because allows me about being Dignam, Michael I'm telling you become so angry is like your mind is not to give a split it or over. But one day, I told myself I cannot live like this have to find ways to look at it. And even talk about it. So is running toys here and showing people is that part of your effort to distance yourself. Yeah. Me. In two thousand and ten when salmon Zima was still alive. He was an exhibition marking the Soweto uprisings the BBC was filming him for a program and caught him on camera with Antoinette tournament. Big cry hysterical on the picture. Onscreen they both hug and salmon Zima goes on to say when I come back here this away to the place where the pitch of ACTA reminds me of what what the nineteen seventy six today. We are now is because of the people who live in die for this freedom that we have. This year marks what would have been hector's fifty fifth birthday. It's difficult to look at him in SAM's photo. Without seeing the broader context the symbol that his death has become. Yet.

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"petersen museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"petersen museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Been shot in the head a girl. Runs behind them trying to keep up her. Right. Arm raised almost like a stop sign. She's the oldest sister of the little boy, and she's in complete anguish. All the newspapers twit hitting that fit your deputies or the UK used then you know, using that picture the photo that salmon Zima took is one of the world's most iconic and famous images. It showed the world the horrors of apartheid and in many ways marked turning point in the anti-apartheid movement. But it also had a lasting impact on the lives of all those captured. Today, not look weekend. We're looking at the Soweto uprisings through a lens following the incredible stories of the people affected by the photo both in front of and behind the camera. The twelve year old boy in the photo was called Hector Peterson. He was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead now in so at oh just a few blocks from where he was shot. There is a museum and memorial that bears active Peterson's name outside leaning against a brick installation. Taking pride of place is a large framed print of that famous photo inside. There are countless other pictures all commemorating the student. Protesters of nineteen seventy six are Gavin Fisher. Is there my guided the Hector Petersen museum in Soweto, his Antoinette's totally the pictures that around yet they depict what was happening in June. Her toes matter of fact, her face shows little emotion. Yes. At age seventeen. She was one thousand high school students protested in June nineteen seventy six you see that different. And some of them you can see that you shouldn't very excited and happy and some of the pictures will look like angry where was your feeling that morning? Accent. We us. We are out there in the streets, fitness. You're taking a stand. Even though all of a sudden changed when police opened fire. The March was organized by students in Soweto to oppose new laws forcing them to be taught in Africaans, the language of the apartheid government, it became so much more. The death toll is said to be one hundred and seventy six, but many believe it could be much higher. The police killing showed the true nature of apartheid. And that photo of twelve year old Hector, Petersen bloodied and dying being carried from the carnage became a worldwide symbol of that horror and for Antoinette. It has a powerful personal impact four days something else. I remember I wouldn't really look at that picture wouldn't out in day because to me pieces. Union..

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