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"phil robert" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

07:35 min | 3 months ago

"phil robert" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"The right hot. Ev market of norway. The first one hundred units of the tang Tangy the tang evey terrible night by the way but hey as long as it's a great call the drives. Okay what have you got. I've got a bit tang in the driveway anyway. The tangy ev which is most expensive passenger vehicle full electric of course seven people a seat seven seats all wheel drive the first one hundred of them a now on the ship because today monday seven set sail from the port of shanghai heading to know white chief among the new tech features The blade battery don't to sixty two miles an hour or north one hundred four point six seconds eighty six point four kilowatt hour capacity. Lithium iron phosphate chemistry. We call it. Llp so super stable very very very safe cheaper to make as well. Thirty to eighty percent charge in less than thirty minutes doesn't mean the is going to be cheap low starting price of the byod tangy eytan. Tiny is going to be. Six hundred thousand nook brought sixty thousand euros have been to hawaii and sixty thousand euros but you pay for Takeaway gordon always expensive okay. Moving on norway appears to be becoming a key. European test market for chinese. Oem's coding to schmidt who i mentioned earlier chinese. Oem's already present inouye ex geely with pollster. Saic they own. Mj and max us jc and now neo in. That ship finally arrives next. We'll stay in china and see the battery maker has plans to construct a new battery cell manufacturing facility next door to tesla gigafactory in shanghai. It's not in competition because don't want to ship the batteries to they. Wanna make the cells there and just them over the fence that you go alone. Have some more an annual production capacity of eighty gigawatt hours. That's enough about eight hundred thousand electric cars as clean technica. A senior official says to reuters. The company wants to expand their relationship with tesla and supply half of the batteries. The tesla uses And pow-wows storage weld wide well see. At l. began supplying batteries to tesla for that chinese model three last year making sixty nine gigawatt hours of practice at the moment but during that massive eighty gigawatt hour. That's how much per year. There's an annual we talk about gigafactory and we give them a number. That's how much they make per year. Bearing in mind the factory that will be the most famous gigafactory giga nevada is the tesla panasonic facility and that one is up around the latest number. It'll be thirty four to thirty six. Maybe thirty eight gigawatt hours per year. Depending on the upgrades. I knew mid-thirties. Buzzer while ago. That i read that. Okay next we will talk about audi taking full control of a super secret project. We've known for almost a year that audi's been working on this secret. Electric project named project artemis. It's a production car. It's out in two thousand twenty. Four and out he wanted to do was to not make an ordinary audi. It's what they were doing was taking a team of people outside the walls of the building. If you like so set pro entity and say let your education run. Well it's now called land jets and the new model they said and this came from the very top of Of dc runs w group and we'll let brands said we need to be tesla in every way imaginable. So the battery technology needs to be the best in the world. The range has to be best. Autonomous driving has to be the best and in short audi wants to make the new gold standard of says kabas. The german automaker has announced the project has now entered a new phase rather than being entirely out of audi that moved to in house is ready. Now it's been incubating and now it's time to come into the minority organization. Not be a stand alone. Division optimus is going to morph some say into the audi a. nine e trim when it goes on sale twenty twenty and look which has been talking about model s plot. Haven't we two seconds to sixty and the range is you know. I think a bit of a letdown because we were told five hundred twenty But who knows like mercedes benz e s were setting new standards. Lucid setting new standards. And audi wants to be all of those as well had love to know what you think about. Today's stories in the podcast. You can email me anytime. Hello daily dot com was the model s. plied plus a figment of elon musk's imagination all along did people put deposits down for combat. Never existed lucid announced five hundred seventeen miles of the lucid air. The next day elon. Musk announced the car with five. Hundred twenty conveniently three more miles of course using the new forty-six self made battery cells. Was that car. Never going to be made was simply to steal the attention or house tesla decided hey as the plaid version is good enough really by the excuse that nobody needs five hundred twenty mile car. So we'll give you three hundred and something. It's perfectly good enough. Hey look at sixty space. Yeah i don't care about sixty. At what point do. I lose my license or drive stupidly on public roads. So what do you think about. That was the real reason behind. I'd love to hear many different opinions as possible. Any of the stories on the hey question of the week with latino way dot com the other opportunity for you to get in contact with me. What noises if any show. Electric vehicles make inside or outside the vehicle. I'm probably three weeks two or three weeks into having the new twenty twenty one model kona hyundai kona and it's great by the way forwards. The noise is good subtle backwards. It beeps like damn truck. I put in reverse. It's like i don't know like Backing delivery lorry out. So i like it but it's better than the noise of our zoey at least a high dot noise. Turn it off because you kinda switch attorney off what noises if any should make inside or outside to fake engine noises and fake noises like some email me your thoughts. I'll read them out sunday. Hello even used Dot com much if you can ever drop the patriots page and support the show. It's how we fund this podcast. It's how we pay the bills. Keep the lights on If you if you hear the advert these days you can avoid the ads with your ad. Three feed a unique personal fief any patriots from five dollars upwards that you find it in the dashboard pop. The rss lincoln to your app on your phone tablet. Whatever you'll get this podcast but soames adds no commercial interruptions of and you can check it out based patriot dot com slash evening news daily premium partners phil roberts of electric few jeff. We'll hear from phil on the podcast about some things. Brad crosby also porsche. 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"phil robert" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

07:32 min | 4 months ago

"phil robert" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Go into this game that young that's so his brain he's he's he's wired for it you know or at least maybe. The poetry scrambled his wires and made it wired for it. I don't know here's reality. Has stressed me out. Okay he's very my my fight or flight response. This is good feeling. That's how dr phil works. He really really triggers a lot. A lot of responses. Now the article notes that when you interview that dallas observer article notes that when you interviewed a bunch of people who have known dr phil over the course of decades you tend to get two very different pictures of the man one from the people who like him is of an incredibly gifted expert in practical psychology who has a passion for helping people. The other picture you get of. Dr phil is a quote charismatic opportunist who achieved great things by betraying the people closest to him in order to make a quick buck. One of these spurned former friends elden buck. Who claimed to the observer. I put fill in a couple of oilfield deals in. Everyone pays but him fill is a smart smart smart son of a bitch but he's only out for one thing and that's phil now. Impact filled denies all of this. But it is worth noting as we've just heard that buck is not the only person with allegations like this against him. He's not even just one of two but we're going to get to that story do so. He's also often outfield anything. That'll make money like this is like kind of all happening over a period of a couple of years. He's just he starts making money. And he immediately reinvest that's money in a bunch of businesses. I have a good very very close friend. Who has that kind of bright who's just always spinning off their money into one business or another and i don't know how they do it but they just are able to keep track of the like the fact that like i've gotten investment in this business in through that business i have an investment in this business and interest in these other three businesses and those. Give me an interest in this. This is how all of that like. i don't. I don't understand it but like it's kind of like being an engineer. You know some people have the kind of brain where you can open up like a fucking H vac system or or like the flight control system on an airplane and no one all of the little cords and all of the lights go and do and how to how to how to work all of that some people have a brain that allows them to just business. You know people who use it for good. What an exhausting sounding did sounds like a nightmare of. I keep all of my money in a pile of i will never have investments like i will never like i keep it in a bank but i have no i have no investments in never will because the idea of investing money is terrifying to me and makes me want to huddle around a fire with a spear and stabbed outsiders. I spent my all my savings on dilbert. Nfl teens will. That's that's gonna appreciate you know jamie attic feeling the only thing. They're not making any more of a real thing that the you know the sash dilbert guy a made dilbert. Nf teas and the only difference from a regular dilbert. He says fuck in this one shit. Too much money anyways. I would pay good money for a yogurt in t- where he admits responsibility for the oklahoma city bombing. I think that would be a good enough. Nfc if you're listening. Scott adams all invest in that one dilbert dilbert admits to making a six thousand pounds fertilizer. Bomb and parking it out in front of the murrah building. That's the nf ti want. I can guarantee you guys like creator. Catty comments does not know nor care. What an nfc is and has she has. She has really she is. She's my strength in this world. Stan- kathy stand happy. Stand kathy you know who else i stand jamie. No one that was like a time for ad so loves to do the like fake ad thing and then he thinks i can help. I can't stop myself. A i mean you know who. I actually stand who. I have an unreasonable of affection. For no i think i think i have a reasonable love. Lavar burton as everyone does right. It's like a kathy you living a capybaras like it's lavar burton. Of course no verna. Herzog herzog is my unreasonable love. I would love you. Should start making verner herzog Band camps. i don't know what that means jamie. I'm gonna make one of you and you're going to be horrified. If they're i wonder robert. Fan cams exists listening to this is a fad. How i describe him. It's usually like it's a. It's a short video made on an out. I don't know what the app is. But it's just a series of clips of you and they put a glittery filter over it and there's a cute song on in the background. I don't think there's a lot of video of me where you can actually see me So that might be hard to do. Robert you would absolutely hate it. My friend i know. Why would there's enough video finish for fan camp. You need like three clips. Well all all. I'm interested of is a fan cam of verner herzog diving into abundant cactuses. Because he promised a group of people that if they made it through the filming of a movie without injury he would horribly hurt himself by diving into a bit of suguira's from twelve feet up. Yeah he absolutely did it and they begged him not to. They were like please. Don't do this like we don't want you to hurt yourself. And he said. I made a promise. And if i don't kill my promise there's no reason for me to be alive. And then he dove into a pile of cactuses because he's a fucking lunatic and i love him so much a verna herzog watchdog. Clear the wrath of god. So dr phil robert. Dr phil yes. We're who offs off the topic a little. So after three years business slash conman phil mcgraw decided to return to the education system to study psychology. He started off at mid western university in wichita falls where his father had gone and then transferred to the university of north texas. Which is where the people who gave me huge amounts of drugs with to school. I don't think phil spent his time half a mile outside of campus downing hundred milligrams of two ci and fifteen to twenty milligrams of five five. Mio mit and vaporizing emt which is probably why he graduated you in t- with a phd. While my friends. And i dropped out of college to go you know do stupid shit anyway. Raw punk anna no. He's not in his recollection. Fill both hated and accelerate college. He later recalled. I almost quit every day. The faculty just jacked with you all the time. I remember telling one professor either kicked me out or get off my ass. He did succeed in impressing other professors though. His mentor at n. Was dr g. Frank lawless who still considers dr phil quote by far the most brilliant psychologist i ever worked with which is meaningful praise but also we are talking you and t here. You know. we're not talking like one of the famous psychology schools in the so not not a compliment but not like a doctor not like people saying dr oz. The best heart surgeon. Every you know 'cause that motherfuckers work in colombia right. They know from heart surgery right. I'm not. i'm not throwing shade at frank lawless. I'm just say. I don't think dr phil was the most brilliant psychologist ever to exist learned. I haven't gotten past the fact frank. Lawless sounds.

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"phil robert" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

06:02 min | 5 months ago

"phil robert" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

"Said. Yeah i said. God becomes a human. I said his name is jesus. I said he dies on the cross to remove yalcin and they said we have a lot of said. We all do two to three days later. Today we're celebrating the resurrection of the dead. You girls know that you can be raised from the day that he's he's he's conquered death for you their lack. Whoa never heard it before now. This is before you started this before with a sitting you never got how they wound up there were they from added. They said the computer. Google move go go to the wrong. One of them was from. Natch is one of them was from south louisiana or somewhere. Yeah one of them from january to get. I don't know but they ran up on us and then somebody said really somebody i heard. Somebody say he's really not jim smith phil robson guy robs the they said we'd never heard it so so they just heard the gospel and i said you girls hang around. I said guess what you can start all over the day. Every cnn you've ever committed would be wiped clean and you'd be guaranteed you can be raised from the dead as that's what this about. I said so. Maybe he came to the right place. If that's what you want. In on some of that accident. They said we're going to stay here. We go with the they have like a lesson or something i said. Yeah i'll get up in a minute. Just say a few words. She said really. Yeah so she kept looking for the preacher and she got the millions she said no they do they know preacher but anyway so we get up the gospel to them and i look up and here they come and i said women go that way man go that way so one guy. I asked him what he did for a living. He said i want to submit a bad. It will come on down so long. Brother took the other women. Get ready to be baptized. That's right. I wasn't sure what. Nsa going back to eighteen forties where the women sit on one side in our Yeah anybody else modesty. So this guy came down and it surprised me because i said What you do for a living. Because he just said. I'm giving my life to lord right here right now. I want to be born again. I said go with over their system and do a little data here so sister and one of the brothers so he goes bad native. I ask him what he did later and he said i'm a preacher. Really he said. Yep the guy who responded the guy who responded. I see where you do for a living. He's crazy story and said i'm a preacher. I thought well hey. I'm glad you made that decision day man. Hey what's he been preaching be like it. I love that guy i mean. He would just honest if he could be. Yeah i said well you do live. And he said i mean you got you got two people lawal's yes in more ways than one literally lausd and the girl said they lead very simple lives but these young young women young women. I'd say i'm not real good. At determining age. It's okay. But i would say twenties as good as the story is. I'm still not sure what the jim smith was all about. Well how come. You didn't tell them. Phil robert. Because i was thinking to myself. They don't know they were looking for some kind of structured where you walk in and you can always spot the preacher somewhere because he kind of stands out. I think they were looking for more structure in there. Were we are. We just gather up and some people. The eating a little by having your point was my name doesn't matter you thought they would know who you are if you faster so you decided to go. Covert and then just share worming all know. Is those three people have returned alive. According to the bible it was a little unusual. The way that all felt villena. Y'all are meeting in an unusual environment. So maybe you're a tracking unusual. Well a lot of people come in. You know the people that come in to to meet us and we always say well. We're going to be you know we meet on sunday if you wanna. That's where we'll be your there. You know i'm over. The other side. Is there when he's in town. So i mean that's what happened so we meet a lot of people from around the country the most important thing in the little texts that that too that people just fly right on back not realizing what they're doing is this they will all know you are my disciples if when they see your love for one another they'll know you buy your love for one another ex that's missing from the from the whole structure of what we've done to christianity in the last two hundred and fifty years if that's a clue And i think it's a big one because you have to search wide and far to walk in and say these people. They really seem like they love each other. They gathered up here. Wonder what this is kind of like. These girls had never you know they. I don't know where they came from. Except one of them. Said i'm from jennings said matches matches this with somebody and i thought well as good have you girls here. We let them know that we cared for reported them to jesus in within thirty seconds of them walking in and saying who were you and i just got cut to the chase presented the gospel because romans one sixteen said the power is in that message but faith comes from hearing you must believe. He exists the awards. If you're innocent seek him so. I thought well they think there are laws. But they're really not they're also i. They allow some.

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"phil robert" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"phil robert" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

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"phil robert" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:54 min | 8 months ago

"phil robert" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"On President Biden's proposed nearly $2 Trillion pandemic relief measure. Some Republicans, though, are making a counter offer A group of 10 GOP lawmakers is calling on the White House to compromise. Urging the president to consider more targeted relief with a smaller price tag of $600 billion. There is common ground both sides willing to spend $160 billion on vaccine development and distribution. Biden's top economic adviser says they will review that counterproposal. Baby sees Rachel Scott Myanmar's military says it's time for it to be in control of the country again. It's staged a coup detaining senior government leaders, including Aung San Souci, This is our worst nightmare Come true, Phil Robert Sent his deputy director of Human Rights Watch is Asia section. We're concerned on the urge concerned governments around the world to speak out forcefully against military's actions and their targeted sanctions against those responsible. The White House says. It'll take action against those responsible. The military Burma Myanmar's military commander in chief, is already under US sanctions. Taking aim at the population centers of the Northeast U. S. A major winter storm in New York City D. N. Creswell is emergency management commissioner could be 3 to 5 inches at the morning rush hour. And then it will just continue to get worse throughout the day Monday. We're looking at blizzard like conditions from about 8 A.m. to 8 P.m. police in the Appleton Wisconsin area are looking for the shooter in an incident of the Fox River Mall that left one person dead and another with minor injuries. Authorities say the shooter left the mall before cops got there and is still on the loose Tom or the 100 year old British World War two veteran who captivated the nation with his fundraising effort. In the early days of the pandemic, has been hospitalized with covert 19, his daughter says more is being treated a hospital ward not intensive care. You're listening to ABC News now. Here's what's happening around.

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"phil robert" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:49 min | 8 months ago

"phil robert" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Goo dolls and all your favorite artists from ABC News. I'm Richard Can't Sue Congressional Democrats say they're ready to move forward on President Biden's proposed nearly $2 Trillion pandemic relief measure. Some Republicans, though, are making a counter offer A group of 10 GOP lawmakers is calling on the White House to compromise. Urging the president to consider more targeted relief with a smaller price tag of $600 billion. There is common ground both sides willing to spend $160 billion on vaccine development and distribution. Biden's top economic adviser says they will review that counterproposal. BBC's Rachel Scott, Myanmar's military says it's time for it to be in control of the country again. It's staged a coup detaining senior government leaders, including Aung San Souci, This is our worst nightmare Come true, Phil Robert In his deputy director of Human Rights Watch is Asia section. We're concerned on the urge concerned governments around the world to speak out forcefully against military's actions against their targeted sanctions against those responsible. The White House says. It'll take action against those responsible. The military Burma Myanmar's military commander in chief, is already under US sanctions. Taking aim at the population centers of the Northeast U. S. A major winter storm in New York City D. N. Creswell is emergency management commissioner could be 3 to 5 inches at the morning rush hour. And then it will just continue to get worse throughout the day Monday. We're looking at blizzard like conditions from about 8 A.m. to 8 P.m. police in the Appleton Wisconsin area are looking for the shooter in an incident of the Fox River Mall that left one person dead and another with minor injuries. Authorities say the shooter left the mall before cops got there and is still on the loose Tom or the 100 year old British World War two veteran.

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"phil robert" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:59 min | 8 months ago

"phil robert" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"So you know, we have regional manager that he goes to Fargo. He's been up there a few times already because he's been looking at, um, where we did in this purchase. We took over a place called True Blue, which was a state palace that hadn't opened yet that we are we concept, so we kind of been up there anyways, even last year. Doing things like this, so we You know, we have really good managers who have good staff. You know, Papa Rito. Our managers and our staff are really our backbone to make sure that that's running the way antagonize expected it to and they're doing a great job. We would never have done it if we didn't feel that. Margarita was in good hands with the chef that were there in the G m that was in the barn area over there. So you know we're not, of course, walking away from pottery Go, we'll be there. We'll be just like we are you. I put more miles on my car in the last three. Reaching that happened last I was gonna say you need to think about economizing on your car cards Might have to get a pre up this place. Don't someone will steal the catalytic converter. Yeah, Yeah, It's very pretty crazy, but it's been fun. It's been something different. You know, it's It's a chapter at our books. I think that really expand what we want to do, and it's exciting and I'm excited to you something I'm excited. You know, we got the Rosemount clover. The colder is going to be opening in March sometime a little bit about what the clover is gonna be. Well, the clover the name. The Clover, of course, is out of rooms moment because of the nearest down there. It's not. It's not far by any means. We're gonna focus mainly on House roast beef sandwiches that I think we're working on development right now. I'm doing Really nice. You know, a couple different sizes of twice the order roast beef with regional favorites. Component to it. So like the feeling she's our beef on Weck, or towards it down, sell things like that. We want to use that piece of multiple ways like people have been doing with burgers and with wings, things like that. So we're gonna kind of focus on that way. Very family friendly. You know, we'll have cocktails will have beer tap all that cities like that Pull cab. Of course. You know the people of pull tabs and gambling and bingo and But you know we want to. We really want to focus on the food and the atmosphere and we it's 90% done with construction right now. It looks completely different than your duties. Supper club. It was before On the ever so excited analysis development time, right? And this is sort of the buckle down. Um, Yep, and kind of get it done. And are you thinking that like so I mean, because these are all different. Is it like? Are you and Charlie and tide you guys are kind of equal partners in all of this now, and you guys are all gonna is there like one person who's like the CEO of it all or Well, you don't right now. I'm still the president of the company, you know, but we never that dispenses the title because you need one of the company and we work together. Every day we meet every morning we meet with the regional manager's every week. Way we've been doing everything together. You know, it's not like one person is a state or one idea we've been throwing around. I mean, are many restarted with clover at about 150 items on and now we're going down to the You know, that's the sweet spot of, you know 35 40 items, So it's been a very you know. All of us are working together every day every morning, and we just we're getting on past the funeral, how to go forward and how to make it the best for our staff. One of the most important and then I guess our number two Think, And that's the thing is, I think that's going to keep you guys strong, you know, by building up this thing is because you guys have been this unit that's been so strong before. Not I, You know, the big fear is like you get separated, and then everyone gets disjointed, but it feels like you guys have kind of a nice path. You know that you've already sort of laid out. So that's awesome. Yeah, Yeah. I mean, we've been working on this for months, so we've kind of had a plan of You know where we're going to go? Who's gonna take? What task? I mean? We all can't do the same thing at the same time, but we can all sit down and spread all things together and say Okay, I'm gonna take them. You take this. You take this left this world in agreement on this is the direction we're going. Let's go on. Then. We need that later on that day or the next day since go over it again. So the first few weeks it's just been, you know, admin stuff had Well, the staff is getting paid correctly that, um, you know, everybody's aware that you know, we now are in charge of it that we bought the assets that were trying to, you know. Rejuvenated a little bit things like that. And then we'll start moving into. You know many development cocktails. Happy hours. Things like that down the road so well, it doesn't hurt that you're super Nice. Good. Thank you. You're more Phil Roberts. Children right? More Paris Ole people that go out into the world. I think they're more to Mickie people. Let's clear up that I think that's way more appropriate to Mickey has Helped an influence so many local groups and No, You just can't say enough way and told him what was going on, and he's like, Oh, my gosh. You guys need some help? You know you needed this one to him. You know, I wouldn't have a way with me and tell you what. I've never been in this position. If it wasn't for you to teach us what we do know that it wouldn't be. We wouldn't be in this position for Charlie to teach up. Business part because the last four years Charlie is I mean, opened and fold 30 some restaurants with the axles and bonfires and then the lucky's, and you know all these different concepts so for him to help us with That part of the aspect of it, and then you know, growing up working with Tim and companies like guys like that to teach us. You know what food is and how to approach it and business. I think I hope you know, I hope you're in the position to make this along. Yeah, You are vibrant company, So we're gonna come back on the other side with es Stephanie portion 651641171. If you want to tell us about the Brussels sprouts and pottery toe, we're here for you when we come back on the weekly dish. Nothing but good times getting up with Jason and Alexis. You went snorkeling out and really choppy waters. And there were sharks underneath you. 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"phil robert" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:23 min | 8 months ago

"phil robert" Discussed on WJR 760

"The first lady de planed coming down the stairs waving at the press and that the small group of supporters who had lucky access to see him off joining the president for this flight home, where members of his family son Donald Jr. And companion Kimberly Guilfoyle, son Eric and wife Larra daughter Tiffany and her fiance. The president and the first lady entered their own vehicle. The family entered separate vehicles to travel along with the motorcade. The family is headed to their home at the Mar. A Lago club in the Palm Beach is In West Palm Beach, Florida Evan Brown Fox News Shelby Township Police are investigating after a deadly crash on Van Dyke and 21 Mile killed a father and daughter and the other daughter is in critical condition. Investigators are looking for witnesses who may have seen a commercial vehicle hit the pick up. The commercial truck driver was not hurt. If you have information, call Shelby Township police Dan Campbell has been hired as the new head coach of the Detroit Lions. Campbell was the assistant head coach for the New Orleans Saints. Campbell replaces Matt Patricia, who had AH last place record in the NFC North Every year. He coached the Lions. Detroit U. S District Judge Victoria Roberts will step down from her post, creating a vacancy for President Biden to Phil Roberts, who's 69 says the move will take place February 24th. Michigan Democrat Senators. Debbie stabbing Alan Gary Peters will recommend her replacement. There were 20 district judges in Michigan's Eastern district, 14 appointed by Democrats, six appointed by Republicans. On Wall Street. Today It was a record the down finished up 257 points the S and P was up almost 53. The Dow set a record 31,188. Ken Murkowski, WJR news, traffic and weather Next Theo 94 West found ramp two I 6 96 westbound closed due to an accident. The accident also blocking the left lane at the end of the 94 eastbound ramp to 6 96 westbound I to 75 North County D Course road, an accident on the right shoulder and an accident blocking both shoulders on M five. Both directions at 12 Mile Road. I'm Peggy Hodge, wjr traffic and weather. There first. Well, most of the conference this week blasting in quickly from the northwest down from Canada and not a whole lot of precept with these things, But they will bring.

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"phil robert" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:14 min | 9 months ago

"phil robert" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Towards the capital Beltway. Nothing major. There was a wreck earlier on the parkway, Self Bound and Riverdale Road. And a reminder in Annapolis. They're doing some work on the drawbridge changing some of the lights. So heads up Compromise street at the drawbridge right outside of downtown. My check would occur with traffic and weather on the threes. We'll talk radio 6 80 doubled. You see bm whether Jenna forecast cloudy start today Sunshine and 45 right now 39 in the city in his 39 in Middle River. And you're on the morning drive with Casey and Elliot. Let's go to the phones. Brian is on the cell phone, Brian. Good morning. Thanks for waiting. Good morning, gentlemen. How you doing today? We are fine, sir. Thank you. So I'm asking you and asking Marylanders and anyway, it's on the air. They can join us on the capital Beltway to do a rolling backed off. We're doing is right now and show our support for our beloved president. All right. So you're how do we know it's a It's you are you gave your lights on Trump flags. Where are you on the Beltway right now. White truck with a lot of trump flags. I'm on the inner loop. I'm coming up on exit 19 A and we're gonna go all the way around the Beltway 4 95, That's the capital Beltway. Capital Beltway. Yeah, all right. Great idea to show support for President Trump. If you can actually make it into the city today, where the president going to address the Trump rally, you could show you support other way with other ways with a rolling Rally of Thanks, Brian. Appreciate that information. And thanks for what you do, Let's get a phone call here in for Congressman Harris. Bob is in part. Phil. Robert. Good morning, gentlemen. I hope you're feeling better, My man. I You know what I've always thought talked about certain Shauna. Personally with you one on one. Problem is machine ruling is only way to have it. But you can always go back to the machine and you have a paper trailing paper trail on tap the mail in vote. Is where the fraud is Who who, who possesses the chain of possession for these quotes until you get to the record Voting day. That's a big question Number one. The time you want. Oh, get, uh, male more votes. And you know exactly what you need. If you need a say, 10,000, you're not gonna bring 10,000 people in you do it by mail. It's just simple is that and yet the state anything, any statement by the Constitution has directed the term the method of voting and Usually and off off your wedding. You would think that the others others a party, not the reigning party, a present any presents for it, They lose votes, they wouldn't seat. That's not gonna happen this time in 2022, because it's the Democrats and they're using this virus. Uses this trickery of mail in votes. It's just simple Is that what are they going to do when the virus is cured? One angle? How would excuse they're gonna have then. Congressman. That is the problem. Tape tell you you've got an attack first. So you don't react. So let me address or losers? Yeah, Bob, let me address the two things. So first of all with regards to the machines. You're right. I think the way we do it in Maryland is the right way to do it. You have an optical scan ballots obviously read by a machine. But there are states where there is no ballot. Well, there was no physical ballots. You vote on electronic machine. I think those are dangerous creates Belen images. Yeah, but the ballot images of virtually you know if he did. It's with whatever the machine has created, and and if you and you can manipulate the code, so that machine saves a ballot. That's different from the one you think you cast with regards to the mail in ballots. The chain of custody is very important. This is where the failure was in all these states. It's when you open that ballot and you compare the signature in your validate that this is a Val about did not occur in those states or it occurred. 50 ft Away from an observer, which is the same yesterday. Oh, my gosh. They had They had those cardboard both marred board, Uh, pieces blocking the be observers from seeing what's going on. When they're opening these ballots that should never be allowed in a democracy. They don't do anything about He left million ballots in an estimated million damage for these two seats in Georgia. Already? Yep. Three million votes and the estimated weight hope put Republicans to offset that yesterday would have to get one million votes more at the polls. And the Democrats would you're under no gun man. And you don't even realize that most of China shame on us if we don't solve this for election, Thanks So much for the call, Great call and the great rant by the way of Giovane Pulitzer. I don't know if you're familiar with Mr Pulitzer hacked into the into the not online Dominion voting machines during the Georgia Senate right on also proved that one of the WiFi access is was all the way in China. Hey, is reporting yesterday and by the way, his team is being now shot it. Oh, yeah. Yeah, No, that's in in in the Atlanta area in Fulton County. They're being shot at, and he reported yesterday that he has confirmed that some of the ballots they have forensically examined already. Were made out by machine. Sure, not right? Not my hand, not manually. They were machine generated ballots because I fill in this the Oval. Absolutely right. We have to look at those ballots. What Are you hiding? That's what every American should ask. Why won't you be willing to share those ballots? No, I think we all know the answer. That s O. We'll get to the Governor Hogan and the vaccine roll out in just a second. Congressman Harris is with us until the top of the hour. 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"phil robert" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

20:21 min | 10 months ago

"phil robert" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Great saving. It's an suv out next year. It's a big car than the leaf. It's going to be more expensive called the leaf. I think you know they. They start to drift into semi premium. Testimonial three territory and suddenly. It's a call that will be more of a complete electric car package you know. Then the life of the has the al cliche. No thamel management liquid thermal management on the battery. But it's true is true and the aria fixes all of that so chadema mode disappears. I think he stays for the home market of japan but either way be really interesting to see. What do you think nissan should do next. Of course they have a big plant here in the uk a vested interest. I must admit there. Since some and i want to see them do well. I want to see them. Try and fumble out their way through the decade with calling electric vehicles. You know they series hybrids that really on anything. But i A generator and if they say back and been great we made neva. You didn't didn't make an easy and it's not zero emission vehicles zero emissions going forward and not going to be able to drive into cities and even be sold after In some countries twenty twenty-five some countries twenty thirty they're investing in what they call cutting edge technology. Here's our new technology and it's going to be redundant so soon. I don't know they've got the engineers got the talent to might gravies will wait and see what they do. I'm hopeful for nissan. But there's five percents of me is cautious because they didn't develop the leaf out. The having that early lead like lead early with the prius. All they did was. It's a right but really none of the bits of different in the battery. Go big in the leaf but under the skin so many parts identical even when the third generation came out the same bit so goodness. I really wanted to do well. I'd love to know your thoughts. Those the big question of today is the headline story and sell as a day of celebration because they've done half a million of these things and for ten years. But what does this go next. Let me know and we'll discuss your thoughts on a future show okay. Let's talk about japan very quickly. Nhk the public broadcaster. They reporting a yesterday that they are aiming at the mid twenty thirty s to ban combustion. 'cause but how hybrids again fifteen years away not ambitious japan's industry ministry considering all cosby hybrids from twenty five onwards. It's not even going to be a thing you need to do lawmaking four because no one's going to be wanting anything on ebay in those times right let's talk next about awhile ago in the uk. They bought charge master out biggest charging network charge master how to think with the polar network but also there was pay as you go thing and it was a little bit it kind of grown over the years and bp of gone. You know what let's start again with. Let's keep with the best bits. The nine says now could be p pulse. They've bought together. Charge master in the polar network. It's a rebrand and it it makes sense is a fresh start and so. According to current news the subscription scheme continues eight could a month just less. And all of the ultra charge units that they have fifty kilowatt ones have contactless payment on now. Which isn't a law. But it is as good as a strong guidance but charging networks need to be doing this and so they've already done that it's great news. Bp bought them for one hundred thirty million pounds two years ago. And i said at the time because of this podcast is on the air at the time. hundred million. They stole it like absolutely stole it. They were laughing all the way to the bank for bp. That's a rounding error. That's money on the back of a safer in the board meeting. Nothing at all such a big network. It just positioned them They they let to the top for hundred twenty million quid. Nothing amazing stolen. Balkan of the century did really well could be foresight there for doing what many companies now scrambling to invest in the technology. Let's talk next about volvo. i s- banning in other words internal combustion engine Laws which stopped the being sold a more effective than giving people money and incentives to buy any view. That's the view of hopkin samuelson. Speaking f t live the digital conference volvo ceo samuelsson said incentives. Don't help build sustainable businesses. Because when that tap is turned off what do you have left interesting. Let's talk about the vw. Id three next. The best selling car in norway now annoy seven thousand thirty five. New electric cars are full. Electric cars were registered in the month of november. That was fifty six point. One percent down from the heady heights of seventy five percent we have seen With almost a thousand units sold the vw. Three the most popular models says chris elect drive now. Sixty three thousand full. Electric cars have been sold in. No way a real hotbed of in the world. Not the world's biggest by volume but by percentage eighty-three three number two already this year. They've been on sale for two and a half months. It was mid september. I believe i d three went on sale so two and a half months and it's already second in the overall statistics behind guesses. Yeah not the model three. It would be the each on. Which is the number one car that by mentioned model three. Let's talk about them now. A few months ago tesla's customer support representative in. China told some customers that the nf battery the cobalt free. It's called lithium. Iron phosphate that new batteries in the short range. The standard range plus model threes in china could charge one hundred percent as much as you want every day. Goofy life without adversely impacting. The health of the battery pack now. The first customers in europe have taken delivery of the standard range plus made in china. Best seven thousand of them just rolled off. The boat from shanghai and a few people are just starting to get their reviews and thoughts on the internet. according to drive tesla canada. He found this tweet previously the charging screen in the app. So if you've got the tesla app there's a little graphic of battery and it used to say it was divided up and it would be A little band range. This at fifty to eighty percents The brackets a fifty to eighty would-be recommended charge level and then from ninety one hundred percent asked. He said the would trip next to so. Don't charge you tesla all the way. Don't go past. Eighty percent is bad for the battery with the new lfg batteries. The owners of those cars. Don't have that on the app. It simply says one hundred percent. There's no trip anymore. It says the recommended charge. Limit is one hundred percent so goofy life. Uncharged those lfg trees in the standard range. Plus all the way the the only thing just started to happen in china and this is a really interesting phenomenon. I'd like to learn more about it. I'm taking this from just a few a handful of internet. Observations always be careful with that. People are using the superchargers all new. These new batteries. And because you can go to one hundred percent. They're sitting on the super charger all the way to one hundred percent. That's not the way to use dc false charges because it charges so slowly the the the more full it gets and queues forming a superchargers in china and people are saying like ninety percent. What are you doing anything well. I meant to charge to one hundred percent. And i am well. Don't do that on a supercharge so that could be an interesting thing that needs a little bit of education there of the buying public next. We'll talk about remark. Mattaya remark the founder of the says. Specs can cause damage to the ev industry. What is an sp ac special purpose. Acquisition company and it's all the rage this year in ev. Well the founder of the hypochondriac matter remark said at the same. Fd conference mentioned an auto blog saying that manages of spiked companies on how to the same level of liability and accountability. As those wanting to do an ipo an initial public offering. They're so much more kind of just legal stuff around it. So what is a spec. Well it's a blank check company. It's a small company. The floats on the stock market has an established track record of filings. With the us sec. The point of these companies. They have to within three years. I believe is the limit they have to then find a company to buy up all reverse merged with and often in high growth sectors in the ev weld. Faraday nikola fisker lordstown of all done it this year. It's a way of becoming a public company to obtain the influx of money quickly. Without all the paperwork that comes with an ip with the ever closer relationship between iraq vw. Gripe we could. Well see them Getting closer money's not a problem for them. I can understand why he says that causes a bubble in the and he's impressed with this way of av companies going the fast routes to being public butts. I don't think that remark has to worry about money at the moment. Vw cain through the porsche. Also whether remark will buy bugatchi or whether they have a large stake in bugatti in return for vw group having access to remix technology will say in. The past is talked very favorably about visiting the bugatti factory. I mean they make handfuls of cars right just saying how he there is eighth they were good at making 'cause anne there's so much that they need to learn about making luxury cars from someone like bugatchi just like not just fit and finish but just the level of detail made it. If you're going to sell hype because the of money like a con just be technology. It has to be just a very very desirable. And he still very favorably about yeti. So i'm sure he'd love that level of craftsmanship in the company. We'll see elon. Musk is next in the news. Moving to texas moving. Closer to giga austin at least according to several of his close friends and associates saying now told them he's moving to the lone star state according to cnbc most of time. Anyway between austin where tesla On the boring company based and the coastal village of booker chica spacex. Getting out of california is something he promised to do earlier. This year The highest income tax in the country texas has no state income tax. You know with ilan managing to prophets from his compensation package awarded in two thousand eighteen and an exploding chap price for tesla has awarded him a lot of money. It means that he could suddenly if you billions himself and also he's really down on california because of the way it treated co bid which he disagreed with and the stay at home orders The state's top lawmaker in texas governor. Abbot things that musk is moving as well telling. Cnbc's squawk box that must now has a texas driver's license. Okay next opel. A surprise opal slash vauxhall. A surprised the mukai has sold out another. Ev has sold out even before. Any customer has won this time. The mauka a european car and it hits the road in march opel slash vauxhall have said they were a totally surprised by the demand They have now according to electric sold out of the initial edition model but even the base. Model's production has been sold out for twelve months a attractive pricing and strong government incentives in europe reduce the price of the combi third and responsible some site for the high sales particularly in germany. But also out of germany sales have been very strong. And why do we keep hearing this story. This time. it's oxo that says. Oh we put an the on sale. Believe it people wanted it. I'd everybody both in who we should have made some more happens time and time again. Simony carmakers are saying. Hey we'd love to. We'd love to go electric honestly. Hey governments hey environmental groups. We'd love to go electric. But nobody wants to drive them. We've heard that time and time again. And then when a company does offer one it sells out so the market is that the supply is simply not and it's the companies that can get those calls into the market. That are doing well. So tesla have capitalized a now. Those companies like vw. With the id three four making them in good numbers really good numbers and they're making good causes. Well finding the actually put a car on sale at the right price and make enough of them and people buy them. Great niece muscle apple being surprised. Oh we made a really good cop. People wanted it. We can't believe it scratching our heads next. We're talking about the new app for bmw customers. Let me know if you get this. A new generation app is now available on find an android in thirty markets and china and korea The my bmw app has a new look new services Depending on the equipment in your car you can locate the vehicle lock unlock. You can even look at the cameras so you can monitor your surroundings remote. Three day at customers can download over the air updates to their cars via the my bmw app especially if they were on your wifi you can transfer them and install them on the vehicle via the app bmw customers using the new operating system. Seven have the ability to ensure that their vehicle is up-to-date. The app is. Your phone is now the k- it's called bmw digital case so as long as you'll find is in your pocket and you will to the common online via bluetooth amazon. Alexa is now in. Sorry for larry's that just set all that device off amazon. I is now in bmw. Thanks to the new operating system seven and we have one in every room just about here so we are fully in the amazon ecosystem. We went pretty much sold out I was in and everything we just use if everything Reminders and timers when cooking and oldest screen version say the screensavers savers or little one. And all that kind of stuff. We chat whites it so play music on it and so you can now get that annual. Bmw's had for awhile but you use the activation word. The would all touch a button. And of course if you have all those routine stop at home boosting the hating tiny lights on an office we do. You can do that when you around the corner from your house from your car The new bam w app also has new tools for visas to better predict. Electric range charging status and speed charging history climate pre conditioning heating and cooling. Let me know if you get Bmw and i'd like to hear about it and finally toyota ten story today my goodness well another day of pack tv news and it's all positive stuff as well at toyota aims to increase the acceptance of fuel cell caused by pricing the mirai the new mirai hydrogen powered car below. That of what they say is a long range for the electric. According to automotive news europe the numeric costs from sixty thousand euros or seventy eight thousand dollars when he goes on sale below the eighty three thousand euros that tesla charges in germany for the model s. long range plus with one hundred kilowatt hour battery. Now i understand if some people say the mirai shouldn't be compared to more or less long range plus i get it They seemed like a different segment. Cal to me. but that's what. Missile comparison sorry toyota. That's comparison toyota Making toyota is going to target a tenfold increase in sales of the mirai in the last five years. They've sold eight hundred here in europe at toyota europe's powertrain bus. They build a paquet Saids to owes much of europe and i quote. It plays a similar role to what prius was doing. Hybrid technology and quite they're still pushing hydrogen. And what mike too wedded to the idea of. Hydrogen technology and being a pioneer like they went with the prius. They want lightning to strike twice and repeat the trick. They did it with the prius but they didn't capitalize on it now. They hoping they can be the ones that breakthrough with hydrogen or will say to be a one eight one. We'll see some people say online talking about japanese culture being too proud and admitting defeat and not that hydrogen is is is folly. now it's filed experiment. Nobody wants it for. Personal transport may be good for trains buses and commercial. But i don. I thought just disrespects the japanese culture. I don't know enough about japanese culture to kind of pro i remember. There's a formula one fan reading a lot about the failed project between mclaren woking in the uk and honda and how the english japanese cultures would just so far pau they. The the project didn't work. I don't to be disrespectful to the the japanese culture because it could be me. That has the blind spot but is it something to do with the fact they don't want to tell you to doug want to admit look we should just stop throwing good money after bad. Anyway let me know your thoughts and we can discuss. You can email me about anything anytime. My dresses hallo at ev new styles dot com will. There are nine hundred and forty two shows in the archive. feel free. dipping have listened to any previous shock. And if you can have a look at the patriots page. It's how we fund the show a premium continous phil roberts electric future. 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"phil robert" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"phil robert" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We begin today with the Philippines. Tens of millions of people are back in lock down after doctors issued warnings that there is a surge in new Corona virus cases. Which they argue could push the healthcare system towards collapse. We heard in yesterday's program how healthcare workers are already exhausted, lacking in personal protective equipment, and many are ill with the virus, and there is a need for thousands more toe work in the front line of treatment. On Sunday, the country announced 5032 new cases and while the number of deaths is at 2104 It's a country where many live cheek by jowl and the numbers could spiral very quickly. Although this lock down is affecting the capital, Manila and its environs Thie entire country had only in June come out of one of the strictest lock downs in the world. And violations were met with authoritarians force. The use of force is also causing anxiety now as a new anti terrorism law has come into being which critics say could be used. To further silence any opposition. Let's be to Phil Roberts. Phil Robertson, who is deputy director of the Asia Division off Human Rights. Watch him welcome to the program. I'm presuming that you you accept that this lock down is necessary. I think that it was called for by the actual health personnel who felt that the situation was getting so bad that they had to demand the government should do something, and the government is now doing that. But of course, President Duterte has attacked those same health personnel for daring to question the way he was running the response to the pandemic indeed, set of threats He accused them of ah, of wanting to launch a revolution on DH used his kind of trademark threats, as he often does. I wonder how you would assess the way in which the government has been responding to this pandemic. The front. I'm with the government has been ah, that it's more focused on asserting its authority, particularly through local officials, officials who are acting with impunity, then it is actually focused on the public health aspects of this pandemic. I mean, what we have seen, of course, is health care providers scared to go to work because they lack the PP and other materials that they need to keep themselves safe. But the same time the government you know when they're talking about quarantines when they're talking about the curfew orders. They don't seem to recognize that putting more people in detention for violating these things is actually going to impact the response to Koven in a very negative way. They you know, we see human rights abuses in the response to Cove in AA, and meanwhile, other human rights abuses were occurring before the pandemic are also continuing. On what then? Are we to make in that context off the new anti terrorism laws, which have been introduced? Critics are saying the law is too broad and could be used to further stifle dissent, which we have seen time and again in the Philippines. Well, that's right. It's sets up an anti terror council that doesn't have any judges on it, but also can issue arrest warrants. And then people can be put into detention for up to 24 days with without on arrest warrant of any sort. It's very broad, the new chief of the armed forces, the Philippines was just saying, and his swearing in speech that it's important to make sure that the anti terror act extends to What people are saying on social media. You know, it is a very, very worrisome law being implemented by a government that is been ah, known for arts impunity to commit rights abuses. It's quite possible that people will continue to protest against not being ableto work, as they did under the previous locked down and there is clearly a huge economic impact and poverty. Off the lock down. Do you expect that the anti terrorism law will be used in this case? Well, we We certainly hope not. Unfortunately, there's also other abuse of laws that they could use a CZ. Well, I mean the anti terror act. They keep saying that it's going to be primarily focused on the left the revolutionary left on New People's Army. But we're worried that we're going to see a lot of slippage in that that they're going to be going after various different civil society groups and others who they claim through this source process of what is known as red tagging. Ah, in the Philippines. Ah, that these people are in fact closet communists who need to be taken down. Phil Robertson, deputy director of the Asia Division of Human Rights Watch. Thanks for joining us To Australia, now.

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"phil robert" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"phil robert" Discussed on WJR 760

"All, there was a North Korean incident in January when they took a ship's almost war with North Korea. The beginning of 1968 major Tet offensive happened in 1968. This is for people to know the Big Vietnam War's a big A big bloodbath. 16,899 men were killed that year alone in Vietnam. It that was 1968 way Have you got a point? Get April for Martin Luther King was killed, which led to riots in 11 cities. Dozens were killed. Thousands were injured. That was April. We haven't got a student protest that summer, all over the United States about the war were going on. Jill Phil Robert Kennedy was assassinated, which led to the Chicago convention, which was a throne convention, where craziness going on which 9 to 11 people were killed, 500 hurt. Thousands of Silla civilians were injured at 152 policemen. We had Olympic protest It's October. It was in Mexico City, with Bob Beamon Olympics, right, Smith and done right and all that craziness during the summer led to a long order President Richard Nixon becoming president in November of that year, which, as we know, was the first president that was actually what was going to be a PT was got it pretty much a piece before he resigned. So all those things happen to 68. You forgot the worst thing. About 19 sixties Gary Puckett and the union gap. There you go. We can add a little spiders did win a World Series for Crying out loud. True what was bad I didn't get all the good things that Apollo eight orbit of the moon, which is good, But those were the worst thing of 19 lot of bad times a lot of bad times. Can you match dead? I think.

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"phil robert" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"phil robert" Discussed on KTRH

"More important these times than the fax and that's exactly what I do on living TV and smart people like you to listen to this program you deserve smart programming amber we can only continue to produce this type of programming if you continue to participate so I want to talk to those of you who can those if you can't I totally understand these are tough times but those of you who are curious about checking in and doing it you need to do it this week because our special thirty dollars off ends on Friday thirty dollars off yes the annual subscription is ninety nine dollars until Friday it is sixty nine dollars and we've made it easier for those of you been thinking about it you're on the fence just got a living TV dot com L. E. V. I. N. T. V. dot com promo code live in I've never left yesterday we worked very hard on this program that's just over five dollars a month for the most amazing shows and programming with Albert and their many programs great programs my buddy Glenn Beck my buddy Steven Crowder and many more Andrew will tell Phil Roberts can't remember everybody but they're good that's living TV dot com promo code live in living TV dot com promo code L. E. V. I. N. I think I covered it there yes so these reporters many of them are very young and they're influenced by the likes of Acosta in others but they're in there for the purpose of disrupting the press conference and they know they're going to get support from the college rather than a seasoned journalist pulling them aside and say Hey look this isn't really the way you're supposed to do things here you can be aggressive you can be tough but you need to respect the office even if you don't respect the man even if you're left wing cook.

"phil robert" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

12:52 min | 1 year ago

"phil robert" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"And. We're back with another episode of the Pop Culture Cosmos. Is Joe Glass. Recover right back to hear from Pop Culture Cosmos Inside Sports Fantasy football the Lakers fast-break podcast and game source. You want truly thank you for listening to all of our great programs and also watching us as well on facebook. Facebook live cannot thank you for doing so but it wouldn't be a pop culture cosmos without my good friend. He's our own parasite of Pop Culture Culture Kosmos. You gotTA check out what he's doing today. At pop culture COSMAS DOT com also is great book. Congratulations you suck and is awesome podcast. Ask Topic It is my good friend. It is Josh Peterson. What's on that you know I was? I was wondering what kind of pheasant based Pun you had planned for your birds of prey intro and that was That was that was pretty good. Give you props for that one. The D. feathered was. It was a nice touch. Thank you good John. Well unfortunately the birds are preyed di Di feathered at the box office this weekend and we'll talk about some of the reasons reasons why that is later on the program plus also as well a major departure at one of the biggest actually could probably say deep biggest video game studio. So we'll talk about Dan houser leaving Rockstar. And what might that do for the future of that company coming up later in the show as well and Star Wars. He's GonNa Talk About Star Wars on the back into the program and the reason why is because now that we can kind of close the book on the Skywalker Saga and that all the nine films have finished and now we can really see how successful or not so successful. Was this latest trilogy. The last three films worth wild for all all the fans out there in our opinion and also as well do we think it's going to leave the same kind of cultural footprint going forward for future generations than it has in the past. So we'll talk about that as close out the show. But I my friend it's the Oscars and a big surprise parasite it not not only won for best foreign film but it also won for best film period which is a I it pulled off a double and also director as well so best director best foreign film and Best Picture my goodness I did not think it was going to be the case. It was the best film L.. I saw last year. That was nominated. Of course the best film I said last year was the farewell but unfortunately that was not nominated so this game in right behind. Why did I thought it was an extremely well-made fell? I thought is just so enjoyable. I tried watching it the first time without subtitles. You do need subtitles for right. I'm GonNa tell you right now but it does create such a tense situation and creepy type platform. As far as how. This family infiltrates this. This a fluent family this this poor family does and I'm telling you it's a great story. In fact they're going to extend it even further because they have an. HBO DEAL COMING UP FOR A series down the road. That's going to extend off the fence of parasite so it's been a huge success at the box office worldwide. It won the the Oscars your thoughts on parasite taking the Oscars by storm. Okay see one. This actually gives me hope for the literacy of of America America right if we have to sit there and read subtitles or Watson. This movie too. I've heard good things about this. My my good friend Bryan Wagner of the Super BS Games gas at actually been sitting down on our topic clips episode a few weeks ago talking about what a great film this was so I am. I'm trucks my word. You don't trust my word word no we. I mean I trust you word but we haven't exactly seen AIEDA on a lot of movies in the past so I mean when I get a second opinion like okay. Well maybe there's a method Gerald's madness. You know what I'm saying. We cannot count King Arthur as US having a major discrepancy in Phelps. We have one major discrepancy. Well I mean that's that's that's a pretty big one you know but yeah I'm intrigued. I do this is one that it's so it's funny. All these movies are are just now becoming available to rent. So I've been trying to catch up. I started four burst Ferrari last night. Agai like fifteen minutes into fell asleep but I I am going to get to these movies eventually. So I'm catching up. I'm getting there. I'm I'm trying my best finish with two knives out as I just finished that movie. The one thousand nine hundred seventy nine and little women still have to catch up with but yeah it's been A. It was a decent group this year. But I definitely recommend you going see parasite because I it is worth with your time okay. Is it just just for so. I know that something that I need to watch like an in a state of not being tired. Would I get more out of it. Well because of the fact that you're reading subtitles I would say yes because the fact that it takes more attention span to go ahead and understand not only what's going on visually but also read and ascertain what's going on. You know following up with the subtitle so yes you do not. It is not going to to be a late night type. Viewing 'cause you are GonNa Probably Fall Asleep just because you have. Trent falls subtitles whatnot. But this is a really good film a really well made film. I very surprised. Is it one. Even though it is the best film I saw last year that was on the nomination lists saw. I just thought they were going to go with nineteen seventeen or once upon a time in Hollywood because because of love for Tarantino or nineteen seventeen because Salmon Dez is is very much revered and it was also very highly rated so I didn't think that they would have the guts. Go ahead and go outside the box. It was kind of weird because nine hundred seventeen was winning most of the awards leading into it. Not all of them parasite that was winning a few but again is is just a great thing to see that parasite took it all this weekend at the Oscars so I'm very happy and thankful because it is a very good film Phil also WanNa give big time. Shout out as well to Brad Pitt. Who won for once upon a time? Hollywood for best supporting actor definitely deserved Zurve. It Joaquin Phoenix as best actor. Joker I think both of those we predicted and that was pretty easy to see that they're both gonna go ahead and do it. Renee as Zellweger is judy. Also an easy call. A lot of people were really behind already. Laura dern marriage story. I thought actually as well again everything else was pretty much on par with what a lot of people were predicting that Laura dern Brad Pitt Renee Zellweger and Joaquin Phoenix win in their respective categories but parasite winning above all the rest best picture and boom shown whole as best director. I'm really happy to see them. Go ahead and go outside of the box and also best original screenplay as well so it pulled off really four great awards and it's well deserved Gioja Rabbit won for best adapted screenplay I liked. That film is a good good film. I didn't think it was great but I thought it was pretty good. Best animated feature was toy story for American factory on for best documentary. Best Costume Design was little women. Best international feature like we said was parasite Best Cinematography. Hey get this my friend. The cinematographer From Blade runner twenty forty nine deacons. Who had not won? Who'd been nominated several times and not want until blade runner twenty forty nine? He wins again for her. Nineteen th seventeen at best film editing. And if you stay awake for this film afford versus Ferrari. I think you re realized why the film editing the part that part can be easily understood why for versus for. I want for best film. Editing saw it looks like a good list of winners this year. No real real controversies coming out of it. I think a lot of people are happy with what they saw. I think maybe you could argue. Nineteen seventeen either which way against parasite but for me like I said. I have not seen nine hundred seventeen yet as one of the two. I have not seen the best picture list but I plan to but of the films that I did see that was nominated. I think parasite was well deserving of of it so kudos to everybody at the Oscars I mean. was there anything that surprised you about the lists. I was up there not really. You know I'm happy to see that. Nineteen seventeen was up there and You know we knew Tarantino just there. There's been so much the movies that made it. There have been hype about those movies. Ever since they came out like people have been like buzzing the Oscar Buzz. They've been saying who is going to Definitely get nominated for an Oscar. Right people thought we're going to get nominated dig it nominated so it's not really early. Anything surprising there's not really anything on that list that I don't think belongs there or anything that I didn't think would make it. It's an Oscars you know. It's it's exactly what that you thought it'd be well. We also include as well for nine hundred seventeen that it did win. Three Oscars overall not only for best sound mixing being at best visual. Beck's that's probably the biggest surprise for me was nineteen seventy for best visual effects over Star Wars rises skywalker and vendors vendor's endgame so eventually gave the biggest movie. I'll dull time. The one that has grossed the most money got only one nomination and it couldn't even win for that hat so that's kind of disappointing especially the fact that you know you. Four two hundred two hundred fifty three hundred million dollars all the green screen and CGI and all that and you couldn't even get down there's speaks volumes about what the Hollywood industry maybe thinks of marvel though but underneath a layer there but again that's for another day for you and talked about probably when black widow comes around again but I will say congratulations to everyone that one the Oscars very well deserved if you have thoughts on out there on who you thought should've won the Oscars or are you glad parasite one and all the other winners. This evening's Oscars please let us know pop culture cosmos on facebook also while at pop culture cosmo on twitter. You're listening to the pop culture cosmos. Don't touch that. Dial we do people still. We use dials for the latest news and Information Analysis and opinions on the Los Angeles Lakers and the NBA. Check off the Lakers fast-break podcast today. On wherever you get your podcasts becomes to movie stars something you know. Obviously we're seeing with this weekend and the Oscars and all that one asks you this going forward for the movie industry. This is interesting to me because I'm seeing all these movies. That are coming up over the next year or two years whatnot. The vehicles that are being led by Vin diesel the Tom Cruise and the Rock and all that the only thing is to ask you before we went on the air was. Can you name any real movie stars. Ars and I say that in quotes that can push and drive a film that are under the age of thirty five. I know Tom Holland's been talked about as being a movie star Dr. We'll have to wait and see when uncharged comes out. If uncharted is the success I will say that. He's a movie star. But your thoughts on the concept of movie stars going forward in the decade to come after all the Tom Cruise is in the rocks. And the Vin diesels get too old to star in their own vehicles. Okay so I would definitely say Adam driver could do it. But he's like right on the border there but that's the thing if there's a drama if there's something attests you're right. He may be able to do that do that very right. Well but is he going to be able to be your next action star leading man type. That's GonNa push those I mean I right now. There's not that the list list is not strong after you get past. Maybe even him. Tom Holland ooh how do you. How do you feel about Arnie Hammer? I think I feel about armie. Hammer the way A everybody else feels like arming. Hammer starts with two words Lone Ranger and then goes into you know I'm not sure there's just very few names of younger stature male or female that are at this point in time people just want to go ahead and see their their face on the poster. I gotta go check out that Phil Robert Pattinson Atkinson. Who knows him? When Batman comes out he could be the next action star? Michael Jordan is another one that you know if you were able to break outside of the the rocky he franchisee could be huge. What's what's the kid? The kid from dunkirk Tie Sharia Sharia Sheridan Sheridan or or. Maybe the guy from you know that just finished playing rock.

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"phil robert" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"phil robert" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We'll tell you why the latest on me Antonio brown mode controversy and how the NFL got an horrific fully overall. and mass will tend to bring paid attention to the Baltimore county MS thirteen murder suspects six of which were here in the country illegally but no other media outlets besides this one and fox news will report that to you but we've got the the details coming up in just a second. story of course is the president was scheduled to meet at camp David with the leaders of the Taliban and with the Afghan president here's his tweet over the weekend unbeknownst almost everyone the major Taliban leaders and separately the president of Afghanistan we're going to see girly meet with me at camp David on Sunday they were coming to the United States tonight on force in order to build false leverage the admitted to an attack in Kabul they killed one of our great great soldiers eleven other people I immediately cancel the meeting called off peace negotiations what kind of people would kill somebody in order to seemingly strengthen their bargaining position well miss present okay what kind of people terrorists and that's the that's the problem was sitting down with a man to go shooting with them unless you have completely Concord or vanquish them US secretary state Mike Pompeii says they've canceled the talks and it will not be held at camp David and it really is up to the Taliban where we go from here so the talk to Ross indefinitely I hope I hope we get started back it will ultimately be up to the Taliban they they have got to demonstrate that they're prepared to do the things that we ask them to do in the course of those negotiations now some of the president so supporters of a criticize the decision to use camp David Liz Cheney saying are called camp David is where America's leaders met to plan our response after al Qaeda supported by the Taliban killed three thousand Americans on nine eleven no member of the Taliban should set foot there ever here is congressman item kids under a U. S. Air Force veteran of the Afghanistan war the Taliban as a state was organization that oppresses women that kills innocent people that blows up people without consideration whether their children matter what religion they are anything and to put him in a place of honor camp David shouldn't happen you know he's right to cancel it my hoping never reschedule around the surgeries to Pompeii went on to say that the the present the reason why he wanted to meet with the Taliban you want to do to meet them looking. and you know what I get that I honestly do but Dave previously we have been negotiating with the Taliban in Qatar and the president could have gone to cut our our secretary state or a whole team or even some a neutral third you know third country whatever the case may be and held the like what we've done with Kim Jong on like we tried to do with the wrong member of the French president invited the murders mad mullahs to the the G. the G. seven recently could have done that and so again I have no problem with president sitting down trying to end this eighteen year war course the eighteenth anniversary this coming Wednesday but the the the the main bone of contention here Frank is that it would be at camp David here in the in the US well wherever it would be I mean it's it's it's it's it's not going to happen right now and you know the the president you know could basically still keep it is campaign pledge to draw down the forces in Afghanistan well not necessarily you know getting in bed with the at the Taliban's so that that option still is there I think what the president was trying to do after eighteen years you know he wants to see an end to the conflict but it seems as though the the Taliban have shown their hands and obviously I don't think they're that much interested in in a piece peaceful supplement not agree with that I think they have no like like the Palestinians their non if an actual meaningful piece if they were they would have a we have a chance of peace and they kill Anwar Sadat as a result of it years ago one done dogs as I believe that the present cancel peace talks because he knew that would infuriate the Taliban when they made the move he would annihilate them I hope from your lips to god's ears Hey are terror researcher. posted online the Taliban statement issued Sunday appear to threaten more terror attacks on the US out the president announced the abrupt cancellation of of the secret peace talks failed camp David you know it might be that the president is goading the Taliban into making a fatal error. if they were to do something that was really a big a big attack or something that the present is just waiting maybe even salivating at the thought of unleashing the the hounds of hell on the on the television and with our Afghan partners so that certainly is a possibility six of all calls are this morning Bob's import Phil Robert good morning you're on the air welcome back thank you Sir. for the fall there is concern with the freedom once in two thousand one if you recall when that George Bush does the younger right and but we we live in Baghdad. and number one you're right you've got to you can't stand still and just be assuring card. and you too. the word is attacked that's what you have to do. they had force we bring in more force more force will always defeat lesser force unless you have a problem big problem like you did in Vietnam. they lose at president Jackson would not allow us to go into north North Vietnam a grassroots we bombed the menstrual but they were they were already set in as far as they were concerned those games and all that. but the problem was the jungle the jungle it was a jungle really we won every battle itself but we lost the war because of stupid he named Johnson he went from school in our growth you will never win a war the only issue use ground troops or you use atomic weapons. this is done let me see what he's got a way with this hello we doing here in eighteen years if we had that happen within the last eighteen years and one of those those bombs. well that way then you have right. what our policy for the last eighteen years well we have we have a call early this morning I think have a good idea because you go after the money and right now the Taliban is being funded by the the opium. yeah and and so if you go over there and create a scorched earth policy of of just getting rid of the opium opium fields or poppy fields rather and I would take their funding away from them and you maintain your own ground and you don't have tracking going after you deserve what you get yeah I and I I've already couple books and Bob thanks so much for the call that you know that that is conventional wisdom take out the poppy fields but the Afghans are the ones that convinces not to do that because there's a..

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"phil robert" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"phil robert" Discussed on WGN Radio

"That's also the number to call or text us right now as we talk about the career of Jack Nicholson, he turned eighty two yesterday, if you can believe that hasn't made a movie in nine years, so he's not been active in the film world. I think he's probably still active watching Lakers games. I would imagine. But yeah, what are some of your favorite Nicholson moments or movies or performances three one two nine eight one seven two hundred. Let's get to Robert on WGN, Robert. Good. I just. Detail state Korean high school. It was the first date. Oh, man. That's a great movie. But the the last detail is great. It's also one Nicholson's best performances. Yeah. I I it's a weird I date Robert. But but yeah, it's a great. Yeah. There's a let me I think that movie at that time when when the last detail came out, I think it actually. Set or broke the record for the amount of F bombs in one movie, and this was nineteen Seventy-three. You know? Dropping the bomb in a in a in movies was not nearly as common as it is now. So, but yeah ended, but it's a great film. The last detail is a great great great, Phil Robert, thanks for the call 'cause we're gonna have to break here for for the news town of you've seen detail. Did you see? Did you see less flag flying? Yes. And I think they are both. Absolutely, really. I agree. Absolutely. I was I was thrilled with less flag flying. I just thought it was great. It was a wonderful follow link later, man. If anybody was going to do Hal Ashby Justice. It would be later. Yeah. I I think the last the last detail is just you know, impeccable. His great. It's a great movie guede quintessential, great seventies movie from the great, Hal Ashby. And there's an interesting story behind that movie to which will get to. But if you want to jump in we're celebrating the eighty second birthday of Jack Nicholson, which was yesterday's had a remarkable career..

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"phil robert" Discussed on GSMA Basketball Podcast

GSMA Basketball Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"phil robert" Discussed on GSMA Basketball Podcast

"Brakes and take it easy easy on all right as for the next game we had the philadelphia seventy six is facing off with the washington wizards and yet again the wizards look good 109 94 with the wind for them for washington you have markieff morris will eight points five rebounds three says shot three six in the field or two from 3point land sat around ski had seven points 10 assists seven rebounds otto porter jr and playing extremely well lately 23 points seven rebounds three assist shot tennis sixteen from the field three six from 3point line by singer or ties a more tin were term are singore telling us more singore taught yet 13 points ten rebounds shot six of eleven in that one bradley twenty four points eight assists 5 rebounds shut nine of fourteen from the field 3 of 5 from the threepoint line kelly oubre junior off the bench he had nineteen points shot six of 11 from the field enforce them from 3point ask for the philadelphia seventy six as you your dario sarge with thirteen points 8 rebounds shot five a seventeen from the phil robert covington nine points two rebounds shot to seven the feel when a fire from the twopart i kinda feel like robert covington has not been having i gave a shooting season so far this year right paying attention to stats really hasn't been looking to get as far as all around draw mbd at 25 points ten rebounds forces shot and at twenty in that one to a sixmonth threepoint line ben simmons 16 points 8 rebounds eight assists shot six while from the field and the us jj redick equipped apportioning may hear six points forces to attend from the field 2 of 8 from the 3point line once again the wizards one this when 109 94 we'll talk more about filling the next segment as far as earn on what is tight will make that same affiliate and talk about like the chance of a bronco in there and pretty much what they look like when mind some extend can be a philadelphia seventy six or segment and ask for the final game the night we had the houston rockets facing off with the denver nuggets houston won this when one 1901 fourteen trevor reza he had fourteen point six rebounds shot 5 of 7 from the field three or four from.

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