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"pontiac" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

06:38 min | Last month

"pontiac" Discussed on Car Talk

"Brings you NPR's best reporting on the war and what might come next. Listen to state of Ukraine, from NPR. Well, before you interrupted me, I was about to say my interrupt you that it was time for the wish you'd let me know that I interrupt you because I hate to do that. I think it's possible. I had nothing to do with the nouns. Someone is talking multitudinous endeavor venery geese or any of that stuff. You shouldn't interrupt someone else when he or she is in the middle of a thought. That's right. Do you ever have a thought? Not lately. No. All right, here it is in all of its splendor. What? We had a different puzzler? This was a yes, it wasn't the multitude. No, it was you'll remember it. What is it? We only have one answer to this. I mean, there may be many answers, and I'm sure those of you that come on, what is it? Come on, don't hold us up. What is it? That's exactly what the puzzler is titled. What is it? The person who makes it doesn't need it. The person who buys it doesn't use it. The person who uses it doesn't know it. Now, one answer we had from our estimable technical adviser, John Q bugsy Lawler, was dog food. I thought there was a great day. And he came up with that in a flash. He had just had dinner. But that's why we changed it to read the person who uses it doesn't know it because that would be the dog would be the person who uses it and dogs on people too. Doesn't need it. That would fit, isn't it? Who buys it doesn't use it? And he uses it. But the dog would know he was eating dogs. Dogs don't know anything. That's stupid. The answer is a coffin. Yeah, yeah. That's right. There may be a million other answers. This may be one of many. I think that's a great puzzler. And we have to thank my buddy Lewis magliozzi for that puzzler. Yeah. Do we have a winner? The winner is Doug McDowell of North Little Rock Arkansas. And for coming up what's that answer? You are going to get one copy autographed of our mediocre book titled one. Car talk. And I'm sure when you hear this, you will say, big deal. Well, we have a new puzzle coming up. So stay tuned for that. I might be better than this one. And if you want to talk to us the number is one 803 three two 9 two 8 7. And if they don't want to talk to us the number is one 803 three two 9 two 8 7, the other number. This is Christine calling from Minneapolis. Hi, Christine. From Minneapolis. You're not a spell Minneapolis Thomas. Of course I do. Minneapolis, am I an APO all I ask? Very good. Hey, come on. I have a PhD in spelling. Didn't I have a tell you that? Can you get like a PhD in penmanship? Yeah, you didn't get it. What's up, Christine? I have an 87 Plymouth horizon. And something kind of strange has been happening that I've been noticing this winter. When I'm idling like at a stop sign or a stoplight, every now and then it looks like exhaust is coming out of the front grill. The temperature doesn't seem to be going up then at all, but this is bad or if it's just some strange characteristic of Plymouth vehicles. Next time you see this happening, you say exactly. It isn't exhaust that's coming out. It's steam. It is. Yeah. Because someplace under that hood, something's leaking, even though you say it's not overheating, it might not be. But it certainly is losing coolant from someplace. Okay, it doesn't always happen though. So you see it wafting. It may depend on the prevailing winds. So if the wind is blowing in the right direction, it might not whack correctly. It's funny because whenever this happens, I notice, as you know, I have a PhD not only in penmanship, but in psychology. And one of the things that happens with people is denial. I had exactly the same problem in my 63 Dodge doctrine. I think we could safely say that perhaps every problem. You probably cover the entire spectrum. That's going to be no call that could come in. You haven't been able to say my card did that. First hand about. Well, here's what happened. I would driving along on the superhighways here around our fair city doing like 40, 50 miles an hour. And I would think that I saw a little waft of smoke or something. And I'd say, nah, not my car. And I would just make believe it didn't happen. I'd park the car walk away. And the few days later it would happen again and I kept saying nah, can't be my cock. And finally, I had the courage to open the hood. And sure enough, there was no answer. Anti freeze all over the place. And it just barely comes out. It could be a hose that's broken. It could be the radiator was slightly leaking. I would guess it's the radiator if I had to guess something. Okay, because it doesn't happen when the car is actually in motion. It's only when it's oh, you would never see it in motion. It doesn't because it's flying past you. Okay, now the reason I was wondering about it is because my best friend and my mother both have Chrysler cars and they also have the same problem. Oh, is that right? Maybe some kind of a signal by which they communicate. Smoke signals. She's wouldn't that be a coincidence of all three of the all cars had the same problem. Yeah, no, I bet they all have cool at least. Maybe you can get like a group plan. No, definitely have someone take a look at it. Be careful because if something is leaking, it might be something that's ready to pop. Okay. So when you open that hood, don't go grabbing anything because it could be a hose, which has now got a little pinhole in it. You grab the holes and you break it and you get flooded. Don't even open it. Take it in. I'll take it in. Well, seriously. Let the pros do it. Steam will burn you sold. Steam is a terrible thing and it must be stopped in our lifetime. It's dangerous. Save the steams. So to have someone take a look at it. Okay. And if you don't do it soon, you could really run out of coolant and then you would wreck this wonderful car. See you Christine. Bye. Okay, thanks a lot. Bye bye. Bye bye. One 803 three two 9 two 8 7 hello, you're on car talk. Hi guys, this is Gary from rocky hill. In Connecticut. Oh, rocky hill. I'm glad you added the Connecticut. A privilege to talk to you. You're my heroes. You know, you have a little bit two weeks ago when you did a little bit of valarie bashing. Sorry? Yeah, there was a comment you had a female caller on the.

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"pontiac" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

03:35 min | Last month

"pontiac" Discussed on Car Talk

"And welcome to card talk on national public radio with us click and collect the tablet brothers and with broadcasting this week and this week only from the temporary mini Plaza here at the Olympic village in albertville. I had americanize it right. You don't have to. I mean, what is this Albert? Who's he? Albertville France. That's right. Yeah. We have some rather sad news however. My brother was disqualified today from the luge competition. I was actually quite humiliated. Yeah, it seems it true. It seems that the kind of sled they had in mind was not the kind that he drives. Everyone's calling a sled, I figured I could lose it. A gold medal. Yeah, well, nothing. Well, I know that you're anxious to muddle of automobile. I know that you're anxious to, let me give you a couple of these left over winners from this collective noun. Like multitudes. There is some beauties here, a rigor of morticians. One of my very favorites are stroke of geniuses. Isn't that good? People are so smart. Stroke of midnight. How about a Ruth of sex therapists? A rack of pool players, a clock of physicists. Now, you can't use a rack of no, you can't use a rack of pool place, 'cause there's already a rack of lamb. That's true. Yeah. On a few more. This one, this one's good, actually. This is from who is this from? Matthew Babin check of la Jolla. This is good because it all has to do with cars. A rage of furies, trash of Yugoslavia, a troop of azuz. I like that. Get this pride of Jaguars, a hobbit of rabbits, a tier of saabs, Saab stories, you know? How about a snore of AMC? All right, 100 more later. I'm sure. One 803 three two 9 two 8 7 hello, you're on car talk. Hi. Hi. Donna. How are you doing? How's the fire burn? It's pretty good. You don't have a fire burn. All right, wish I did. Where are you from? I'm from Columbus, Ohio. Columbus Ohio. Was that Columbus Ohio or is that Ohio Columbus? So what's up in Columbus? What are you doing calling us? What's going on? You don't have a fire bird, huh? No. Then let me see. If you live in Columbus, I got to check out my powers here. If you live in Columbus and you, your name is Donna. And you don't have a fire, but I'm going to guess that you have a Toyota celica. You have an old forensic. Japanese, right, Donna? Japanese? What have you got? I have a Pontiac 1000. Oh. Tia Chavez. You didn't know that that was a chevette, did you? Jesus. What a great car that is. I guess you really would like a fire bird, wouldn't you? You should never buy a car that's got low numbers as the first digit. Because you know that that was the cheapest car they could make. The experimental mode. The experimental model. I mean, one, a one, you should never buy a car with a one in the now that we've insulted her. We have an insult of her. We've been helping the wisdom, what was your problem, daughter? Well, like when I try to turn the keys over to get him out of the ignition, every once in a while, they get stuck. Yeah. And like, I try to weigh it around and make it do it back and forth. And like a lot of times, I've had to just leave them in there and cover up my steering column. Have you throw a rag.

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Parents and Teacher Protest While Coronavirus Infections Rise in Children

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

Parents and Teacher Protest While Coronavirus Infections Rise in Children

"Parents protest masks in schools in Michigan New York City teachers protest against mandatory vaccinations as Tennessee reports fourteen thousand children infected with the corona virus Tennessee health commissioner Lisa Piercy says fourteen thousand children in the state were infected in the past week with covert nineteen up fifty seven percent jump from the week before in Pontiac Michigan parents protest against masks in schools people know what's right for them and right for their family in those decisions have been taken away from us that from W. X. Y. Z. in New York City public school teachers took to the streets denouncing orders that they and other school staffers be vaccinated no forced vaccines for adults or children top health officials in New Mexico are warning the state is about a week away from ration healthcare as infections continue to climb I timid wire

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The Cowboy Bob Mystery

Ghost Town

02:14 min | 9 months ago

The Cowboy Bob Mystery

"Morning in may nineteen ninety. One a ten gallon hat wearing sunglasses. Beer-bellied bearded individual exit in nineteen seventy five to pontiac grand prix to enter the american federal bank building in irving texas. The person stepped into the banks lobby and headed towards the counter. Where young female teller was smiling cheerfully. Hello sir the teller said how may help you. The bearded man slipped the teller note. This is a bank robbery at red. Give me your money. No marked bills or dye packs. The stunned teller handed over a stack of cash from her drawer. The robber nodded stuck the money in a satchel and walked out of the bank. A seamless robbery with the perpetrator vanishing into the afternoon. This was the start of the near flawless run of large-scale bank robberies that occurred between nineteen ninety one and nineteen ninety-two they call the robber cowboy bob. Because of the ten gallon hat he always wore eluding cops for years and then after serving time having one more wild ride. This is the legendary tale of dallas bank robber. Cowboy bob. So cowboy bob again. I keep saying that name. It feels comical but it is kind of endearing to was always calm completely unarmed. Polite always almost completely silent. He avoided security cameras. Checked each bill for marks or dye packs. Stipends are those small dye-filled devices that someone in a bank and set off and they stay in the cash and whoever was holding the cash at the time like a bright blood red cowboy. Bob gave the teller a note announcing that this was a robbery and to hand over the cash and would casually the bank placing a new stolen license plate on the back of his pontiac. Every time and drive off the first five times. Bob hit it was masterful so much. So that the fbi who were now trailing him obsessively were driven crazy by how good this bank robber was the beard and the hat and a silence made him really hard to identify and the stolen license plates made him almost impossible to track. He didn't make scenes. He didn't peel out in his getaway car. he didn't attract much attention at all. He was always making me. Start to pull my hair out former agent. Steve powell told texas monthly in two thousand five. How good this thin little dried up cowboy be whipping us. His bad time after time

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Shade Tree Mechanic (MM #3780)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Shade Tree Mechanic (MM #3780)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've talked before about how I'm not the handiest guy around. I'm not horrible but it never considered myself a a shade. Tree mechanic, funny back when I was younger back when I had my Volkswagen, when I first started out driving I could do just about anything. I helped a couple of friends rebuild an engine, an old Pontiac Trans Am on a Volkswagen bus, those things I did as a kid, but as I got older, when I realized I didn't keep up the skills, I wasn't that knowledgeable. So once I could afford to, I went with a professionals but every now and again, you got to do something for yourself the other night. I noticed that my headlight bulb my car. So I decided instead of going to the dealer are going to a mechanic to replace the light bulb. I take the plunge. I used to do this all the time, but like, mechanisms in cars, they're harder to get to their harder to change. And, well, it's not as easy as they used to be. And that's the way the car manufacturers wanted, but I was able to go to the auto parts store, buy a $16, light bulb and amazingly enough. Change it at the first try. I was pretty proud of myself. I'm no shade tree mechanic. But every now and again, I feel like one for, at least a moment dead.

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Shade Tree Mechanic (MM #3780)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Shade Tree Mechanic (MM #3780)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've talked before about how I'm not the handiest guy around. I'm not horrible but it never considered myself a a shade. Tree mechanic, funny back when I was younger back when I had my Volkswagen, when I first started out driving I could do just about anything. I helped a couple of friends rebuild an engine, an old Pontiac Trans Am on a Volkswagen bus, those things I did as a kid, but as I got older, when I realized I didn't keep up the skills, I wasn't that knowledgeable. So once I could afford to, I went with a professionals but every now and again, you got to do something for yourself the other night. I noticed that my headlight bulb my car. So I decided instead of going to the dealer are going to a mechanic to replace the light bulb. I take the plunge. I used to do this all the time, but like, mechanisms in cars, they're harder to get to their harder to change. And, well, it's not as easy as they used to be. And that's the way the car manufacturers wanted, but I was able to go to the auto parts store, buy a $16, light bulb and amazingly enough. Change it at the first try. I was pretty proud of myself. I'm no shade tree mechanic. But every now and again, I feel like one for, at least a moment dead.

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"pontiac" Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"pontiac" Discussed on 27 Club

"Graham. I'm jay brennan. This is the twenty seven. Call.

"pontiac" Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"pontiac" Discussed on 27 Club

"Recent interview. She gave to the mo jo navigate. Our local zine include a court where she sang the praises of the avalon ballroom over the fillmore. she didn't give the fillmore. An ounce of love and of course graham read it and of course. He wouldn't forget what she said. Graham was a number one. Eight plus grudge hold no matter janice getting inside the fillmore that night the bill included not just the butterfield. Blues band jefferson airplane. But big mama thornton big mama thornton janice idolized her. She wanted to sing. Why kerr wanted to be fearless. Like janice i heard a saying ball and chain. She went up to thornton after show and asked permission for big brother to cover it. She felt a connection. New should do the song. Justice thornton gave her blessing. but with a caveat. Don't fuck it up the whale. This vodka pounder janice continued to scale the stairway at the film. You feel the music pulses from inside. She could smell the venue. The small sweat beer and crinkled a dollar bills. But graham was budging back. The fuck up chance. You're not coming in here tonight. The fuck i. Eight bill shield back. Isn't there a rag in town that needs a quote from a desperate singer. Graham responded his arms now held up from his body as januska closer maybe the avalon needs masses in their seats. Tonight janice reached the top of the stairs uttered another. Fuck you bill. She for breath and tried to muscle her way inside. Graham was in having it. He grabbed janice by the arms and turned her around redirected back towards the stairs. Janice could hear big mama. Authority could hear the strains that you're tears fall baby rumbling from the stage rattling up the walls grand put his weight to it in hustle janice down the stairs the to picked up momentum as they descended the beads around jesse's neck clicking together discordant rhythm a few steps from the street graham shoved her off like she was a stalled car that needed to push to get gone and janus trip on the last few steps wind up on our ass and on geary boulevard. Get the fuck out of my club. Janice graham spat annoyed by persistence and by the hustle had to put into keeping her out. Fuck gesta she didn't need bill. Graham and the increasingly mainstream seen the fillmore provider with allegation to make her feel part of what was happening besides janice rather guzzled some cheap and then drop out on a cup full of dosed cooley. She'd be a part of what was happening but she wasn't about to conform any heads rules or any squares. Neither denied by graham at the fillmore janice turned to the san francisco. Chapter of the hells angels. A group that existed on the fringe of the french. Big brother made nice with sure. Angels like free will and frank and frisco p were at some of. Ken keyes acid parties. But the motorcycle club offered a more dangerous. And nihilistic worldview than the acid so that was seemingly multiplying on a daily basis janice grew up a tomboy our whole life and often chose to hang with the boys. She talked fast. Talked loud talk crew. She was right up. The angels alley. She was their speed. They're kind of bullshit. Bra janice some big brother through a big middle finger at the fillmore and signed on to play a party at socal hall in november twelfth nineteen sixty six. It was a party thrown by the gills and organized by one of their own. A guy called. George hendricks he got the nickname because he liked to drink chocolate milk. Spiked with vodka. Talk about kismet vodka. Spike chocolate mill. That was a concoction that janice joplin get behind. The party was loud rowdy and big brothers road. We rock and roll was the perfect soundtrack. It was rough around the edges torn and places the kind of music that was thrilling. Because it felt like it was in need of a bandage or some tape. Some glue and nineteen sixty six turned into one thousand nine hundred sixty seven and the revolution in san francisco picked up steam. The relationships that genesis making a molding would in turn cement their place in the senate large the scene. That would soon give the world a summer to remember. She would prove herself invaluable to the angels and a musical savior chocolate george and she'd even get her revenge bill.

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"pontiac" Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"pontiac" Discussed on 27 Club

"Store customers. Scan your code with their pay pal app. You only need your smartphone. Learn more at paypal dot com slash slash get. Qr code no two from the fillmore auditorium on the night of january eighth nineteen sixty six. Where like each story begins the same way. Though person walks into the fillmore the soon to be immortalized music. Venue on the corner fillmore street and geary boulevard a rundown section of san francisco and person drinks from a cup filled with kool aid. Such just any cool eight. of course. it's aid spiked with acid person than joins the acid test already in progress waits for the trip to begin the grateful dead set up on one side of the room in the merry pranksters are stationed on the other. There is no stage. The night is a blank canvas and from their stories differ. You could ask one hundred different people about what they experienced. And you get one hundred different answers. One guy said that every vibration that came from the dead's amplifiers the pranksters mobius loops was like novella. The music spoke to him and so did the noise it was like he was reading another novell. Every time a new vibration would enter his body. Someone else said that it rained inside the fillmore all night. It was just thunder and lightning alike went. He couldn't believe that it was raining inside the auditorium for one thing. The place had a working roof and also wasn't even raining outside. How is this even possible as he said all night long just walking around shouting and people's faces. How is this even possible. A girl said she saw god. He was smoking the lucky strike wearing a cloth. Diaper course was a guy said. He saw fire-breathing dragon playing a trumpet and another girl said that the flashing lights affected her so much that she never stopped seeing. She went home that night. Sometime after two wants the cops had shown up to shut it all down for the city's noise ordinances. She couldn't fall see all. She saw with a flashing lights not just flashing lights but faces in the flashing lights weeks months later. They're still there like they're imprinted on her brain. And then there was that one guy who totally freaked the fuck out. Lost his shit. He started receiving transmissions from jerry garcia's guitar and there were notes of i very musical on what jerry was playing the more the notes became signals like an sos being tapped out in morse code from the deck of a large boat tossed in a choppy sea like a plastic bag in the wind. Soon the guitar was no longer generating musical sounds. It was all monotone bleeps and blue chips and the bleeps and blues became scratching. Sounds like fingers on a chalkboard the longest fingernails dragging down the longest chalkboard to sound toward years. He thought his here's were bleeding. So he put his hands up to his ears touch them and then looked at his hands and when he did his hands reverse his right hand was on his left hand as left him was his right so he grabbed a nearby chair. Started to drag it across the floor to make the same scratching. Saudi heard coming from jerry's guitar. Maybe two similar scratching sounds would cancel each other out shown. That was stupid. That was going to help. All the guy couldn't take it anymore. He ran from the fillmore screaming. Got behind the wheel of his ford galaxie and ran into a ditch. Yes tested the fillmore. The trips festival longshoreman's hall public experiments were thousands of people could trip together in a controlled environment. That whatever you want them to be they could be a powerful source of inspiration of knowledge and creativity. They could be a portal to a personal health. A sensory overload of sights sounds and sensations could forever alter one's maive for janice joplin. Acid wasn't of great interest. She didn't like the lack of control. She felt like she was. I saw an acid test. Wasn't exactly see but san francisco. The city by the bay gave all the freaks and weirdoes outlet to do their thing. No matter how far out no matter how groove san francisco with it brother. There was a place where janice can be liberated. The city felt like freedom. The music she played with big brothers sounded like freedom freedom to do as she wanted to say what you want to dress the way. She's on it. She could shed the baggage of port. Arthur the town that attempted to beat the strange right out of in san francisco janice can be strange in the presence of others. Who are equally strange. Didn't matter what you into. Everybody was cool. The hate rundown and grungy was teeming with signs of the time flower. Anarchist's heads long haired freaky people kids like her who had escaped. Oppressive families ignorant towns regressive cultures. They walk together in street. Parades dance together. Public parks pashto. Plans in living rooms got their minds blown and concert halls. But even though janice didn't exactly conform to the non-conforming acid had clicked. San francisco would introduce many other drugs drugs. It was shut down or mine. Not expanded stuff that she'd send directly to her veins shots of vibrant insanity that would counteract drowsy feeling. She got from alcohol. Drugs were everywhere. The first head shop in the country was right. There smack dab in the middle of it all to walk into the psychedelic shop on haight street was to receive an assault. On the senses pipes posters incense cosmic swirl of colors aromas and free floating ideas. The books they offered weren't exactly light reading tomes on lsd eastern religion and metaphysics. Miss straight up. Commerce wasn't your bag. You can get your stuff for free from the diggers. An activist group who thought capitalism was the death of humanity they envisioned a communal economy devoid of money and handed out free food food that had been stolen from other local markets because well it all belong to the people anyway right so it wasn't really stealing according to them in san francisco's local. Music scene was equally expansive and challenging. The soundtrack of the revolution was free in big big melting. Pot were john. Lewis could be boiled down and built back up. San francisco had a sound in nineteen sixty six. That was instantly definable. Even if you couldn't put your finger on. It was the sound of the grateful. Dead big brother and the holding company and jefferson airplane quicksilver messenger service moby grape. The charlatans and so on october six thousand nine hundred sixty six when the state of california officially criminalized the possession of lsd. It felt like an attack to all the champions of strange who are working hard. Make the counterculture new reality. Even the date itself was a bad side. Ten six sixty six six six six. It's right there. The number of the beast hiding in plain sight. The children of the revolution decided they'd hold a peaceful protest on that very day. Oct six nineteen sixty six and so they drag this shit a few blocks up from their commute pads in the hate in the panhandle the golden gate park for the love pageant organizers spread the word to the orc and underground newspaper that it only published a few issues skiing with ride. The crowd is only around two thousand strong. They dressed in free flowing. Clothes and tightened headbands enough. Bees make burden street jobless. They brought tambourines and handmade signs and carried little. Children were spitting images of himself. They held hands and swung around in circles rings of people in constant motion. Kim is mary. Priced rolled up in their dayglo international harvester bus kids inside and sitting on top playing flutes and flying flags just back from a cross country track with annoyed the ever loving shit out of old school squares in every town they traipsed through. That was the freak. Their names like mountain girl. Cool breeze black mariah got. They called keys. The chief the grateful dead and big brother and the holding company perform the music that mirrored the action is held. The microphone stand so tight. Looked like she was trying to throttle the veins internet at large in her head. Whip from side to side as she and the boys prime the audience concerts of turned on truisms. They desire to be knocked. Socked rock into the throngs gathered at the panhandle that october afternoon. It was a peaceful battlecry and janice was there. Mike she was she was walking. She was sake as she was spreading. The good word to people like richard rodgers and the highway patrolman nebraska and the working class audience mother jews. The scene was a freak show in unfortunately a dangerous moment of things to come of a society. Slipping even some of those at the very epicenter of the whole seismic moment in the greater bay area thought the janice was about to.

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"pontiac" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"pontiac" Discussed on KTRH

"The Pontiac Firebird came on the scene correct. It had a sister vehicle from GM. Take a look at it by clicking the Facebook logo on our website and Corporal usa dot com. You might win a custom A lot of heat shield for whatever you drive. Well, there you go. And if you are not a newsletter, subscriber, let me tell you That I'd article in there this week. They didn't give me clicks is I thought it would. But I think it was the most important thing in the newsletter. I titled it junkyard cars and identity theft dangers. I want to talk about there is the amount of information that has left in your car. When you get rid of it, no matter how you get rid of it, whether it be that you traded you sell it. You donated it gets stolen. Whatever happens, you leave a lot of information there. If you've got a navigation system in your car, you've probably got your home address. In there so that you get home with the push Quick push of a button. Most navigation systems offer that so whoever ends up with your car They can get your home address and then when they get there, That's why Probably got your garage door opener. Program, Dana's well And now they can get in your house. How difficult is it to wipe all that stuff out of a car that you trade in? It's a It varies by vehicle, but I've never seen one. It's easy to wipe. You found out of every car I've ever driven. Okay. She always took yours up audio test drive test Bluetooth. When I reviewed See how well it works, and I always take my phone. I delete my phone, but the funny thing is without fail. When I deleted phone unless I'm the very first one to have a particular review vehicle. There's always other reviewers info in there that I could look at who didn't delete. They didn't believe they didn't take the time I do it every time And so this article is very informed. If subscribe today, we'll get it to you today. You could do that from the front page of car pro us a dot com right down at the very bottom. While in San Diego, I've been looking for you greedy. He's Kevin and Jerry. How are you Both? Thank you, Brother. Appreciate it. What can I do for you Listed I need some guidance and insight and two in the in 2018. I purchased a 2012 Ford F 1 50. It had 75,000 miles on it. And about six months later, something happening? Sounds like it threw a rock. So I made a claim on the Warren team that I bought, but they're telling me that I can't get an engine because Ford needs toe make of replacement engine. Do you have any insight as the how to go about? I got a mechanic, a certified mechanic who's check it into it. We can't seem to get any kind of response. Do you have any kind of insight with introducing Paul? It's the V 88 Cylinder 5446, the Uh, 54. All right. I would think you could be a you would be able to get a re manufactured for the engine for that without any problem now. Covet is is caused parts issues. There's no question about it parts of short, and it's It's been that way since the pandemic started, But I've got a company that I used in Dallas been been in business for 50 years or so, Uh and it's cut. The company's called a R. And that stands food. Yeah, there Ford. They are. They're not owned by Ford. But they're Ford Authorized remanufacture go to a er manufacturing dot com. They can ship an engine. Now you'll have to check the availability. But 54 was one of the most popular engines out there. And I would think for sure that have won seven in a crate. Ready to go. Um, so check them out a our manufacturing dot com and I will tell you this. I've bought through the years for when I was in the car business about engines from them more times than I could check. Shake a stick at and they do a fantastic job. But again, I don't know what the part shortage just are with covered, but check with the good people. Life isn't Jack in the beanstalk, and you're not going to just swap a cow for a great car. Get help from car pro us A call 1 809 26 77 77 had been taken Probably 7 800 mg of opioids a day, which is in the same amount. David is in recovery from an addiction to prescription opioids. Eventually, my whole life began to unravel. I.

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Detroit auto show leaving downtown for Pontiac this year

Mitch Albom

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Detroit auto show leaving downtown for Pontiac this year

"Of calling downtown Detroit its own will temporarily move. The 2021 showed a Pontiac. The 2021 show will be held at the M one concourse and indoor and outdoor facility that has a racetrack located on Woodward in South Boulevard. The new show will be renamed Motor Bella, according to a statement from the auto dealers and will run September 21st through the 26th. The old auto show was supposed to run September 24 through October, the ninth

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"pontiac" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"pontiac" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"The gates of depression and war. We shall make pie cannot resist. We shall celebrate Christmas Thanksgiving Fourth of July holiday shall find us traversing the continent in search of heritage. No one makes pie like mother does. No one says one pie should represent all pies. Pie is like a thumb print. Some are sour. Hi is silent, Making only a light simmering noises it bakes in the oven. It spreads scent gently into our hearts. There is ceremonious pies lifted out of the heat. They gather Oh pie, The clutter is swept away. Space around pie is brought to sharp focus. Light pours down on pie. Concentrate. The art of pie is an old one. Try to imagine life without it like the unveiling of a great painting, breaking a champagne bottle over the bow of a ship going off to see the ceremony as a cornerstone is laid up. I do not roll the crust too thick Roll gently or the center will unfurl. Rub extra flour on the rolling pin every fourth stroke. Remember these things? Create pie often, so the art is not lost. Do not forget temperature. Cold is essential. Then heat you must have an oven cannot make pie over an open fire or in a barbecue pit. Be firm with those who insist pie can be made in a crock pot or on the back window ledge of a Pontiac left out in August. Sunlight respect the rules of pie. Good. Jesus. Better gonna tell you No lies. I want some of your team up. I gotta have some of it. You got to give me time of it. E gotta help some of.

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"pontiac" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"pontiac" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Joining me is Bloomberg News Cross as that reporter Sarah Pontiac, and so I just do a quick check on kind of our big picture here because it was a pretty broad based valley of Palli broadbased rally. I keep telling everybody my excuses. I'll need a few hours of sleep. I was up watching. The election s and P 500 kind of uneven split, though 236 names in the index higher today. 267 Lower three unchanged. What did you make of the trade? I mean, it was fascinating to kind of watch last night into the re ours and then ultimately see how stocks played out here in the U. S. It absolutely was. I was up with you last night and what we really saw that tone change. Was. Once we started to see that Florida wasn't looking as great for Biden. We saw plenty of volatility. Last night. Stock futures were higher than lower than high, then lower than ended higher on we come into today, and it's pretty unbelievable to see the rally that we're seeing, considering that when you look at the election outcome, of course, we're still awaiting it. It's looking less likely that we're going to get that blue wave that Wall Street was pricing in yet we bring them nervous, right right, which made the Nervous, but the expectation was we would see this blue way We would get plenty of fiscal stimulus, trillions and trillions of dollars and that would really reinstate this reflation trade where you would see risk assets moved higher. You would see bond yields. Move higher. Well, we did not get that. And even still markets indisputably acted well today. Today was the best first say reaction for the S and P 500 post Any election day in history just to give you some sense. They're the S and P up 2.2% and the NASDAQ unbelievable than as a 100. Up 4.4% today, so really what people are saying what investors are saying is that yes, it looks like you are not going to get fiscal stimulus. So that takes away a part of the reflation trade, which were not huge stimulus right right, not nearly as large, it likely won't be a multi trillion dollar stimulus package. We saw that change reflected in the bond market. We saw the largest reversal in 10 year Treasury yield since March about 20 basis points or so, at one point last night 95 basis points Now that 10 years at 77 basis points or so, but also, that just really means that the tech play is back in play. Well, Speaking of tech, I just wanna bring a headline to everybody. Qualcomm stocks up about 2.7% roughly in the after hours just came out. With their earnings and I'm looking at the forecast, which is what a lot of investors care about first quarter revenue looking at 7.88 point six billion the estimate Sarah that's out there is 7.2 billion, so you can see why investors are kind of, you know, upbeat about the CEO say markets is stronger than thought. Says emerging market phone demand rebounded. We've got the CEO making some conversations in a phone interview talking with R Bloomberg News team, fourth quarter adjusted E P s was a buck 45. That was 25 cents better. Then forecast So again. Let me just do a quick check. Because I love this space. I mean, what comes up 46% that whole semi space we know has been on fire, and I'm checking this right now, with the game that we're seeing right now. And after hours of about 2%, this would deposit Qualcomm at a new record high. Eso an unbelievable run for Qualcomm, certainly a different type of tech stock than the likes of Amazon. Microsoft Apple Facebook That really led the gains today but still take across the board has just been crushed, crushing it this year. Well, what's everybody's saying about Tech? I mean, go back a couple days ago last week, everybody was giving up, you know, after tech earnings and then all of a sudden the tech trade, OK, we're OK. We're all in on it. Now. Now everyone saying, Look, you can't bet against Tech on the one side. It's the replace in trade that we mentioned if we're not seeing the reflation trade, and I will point out that the last I looked. The Russell 2000 actually closed in the red today, so quite an unbelievable gap between that and the and the NASDAQ. 100 also Value today had its worst day if you measure it by looking at the Russell 1000 indexes worst day versus growth since 2001 so that growth trade is certainly back on, at least for today, you have the reflation side of the trade on top of that. Also the idea that if you do have Ah, a split Congress. If you still do have Republican extended right, which is expected now that maybe it's likely that we won't actually see too much antitrust regulation come down to the pipeline to break up Big Tak circuit. Oh, here's your Russell. It was at 1% at a tie down almost 1%. It's low. It ended just up a hair 10.5% to call it flat on the day. The Russell Latte on the day. But when you say flat on the day compared to a day when the NASDAQ 100 is up, 4.4%. I mean that is quite the doozy. And that's a very large underperformance. Exactly. Exactly. All right. Good stuff is always get some sleep tonight, You tale sleep. Alright. Sarah Pontiac R Bloomberg News Cross as that reporter joining us Talk about the clothes here. You're listening to Bloomberg. BusinessWeek. And this is Bloomberg Day. Vera. Hi. Uh, my name is day. Just what do you think you're doing day? We're going for a price. Well sorted today, eh, Mr Wilson in generally overall upward.

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Jack Chisenhall and Vintage Air

Cars That Matter

05:49 min | 1 year ago

Jack Chisenhall and Vintage Air

"Welcome cars the matter I'm Robert Ross and joining me today as Jackson Hall, President founder of the vintage air and recipient of the prestigious Robert. E Petersen lifetime. Achievement. Award. Welcome jackets. Good to have you here. Thank you Robert. Appreciate that glad to be here. You've kind of an entire industry that's really come to be known as performance air conditioning. Vintage Air was founded longtime ago now in nineteen seventy six primarily to serve builders who wanted to bill. Really Cool. Hot Rods Right. Talk about how you got to where you are I. Understand you started rich and early age well, yes. I started reading a hot rod magazine and it was hot rod magazine, an Rod and custom which were once at the time that everybody was reading. It had got me interested in old cars and I was about probably thirteen isn't it? Funny? We're in it always starts Yeah. Well thirteen years old I think so long story short my mom my dad was an air force and he was at this particular time was overseas along so she would take me out looking for old cars driving around we drove by one old junkyard that had some pretty nice cars and for Junkyard, and there was a little Mali sedan sitting right there and so. With that one and that started it really which pay fifty bucks hundred bucks for no one hundred dollars ran and drove off. There's a lot of must have been a nice car. It was decent in Iran in my mom felt that was important. So she said that'd be good one it actually Lebron's than I thought well, mode will be in their law anyway but. What did you put in that thing? Jag. Let Me Guess Flathead v Eight maybe something like that. Yeah. The first walk was a mercury by then the mercury and the flatheads kind of really on their last legs so cheap and a guy out of Mercury, my dad and military, and so I could go out to the base hobby shop at work on it therapies they have the tools and equipment wilmer stuff anyway he was out there and he was pulling that thing out and he was gonna put an old set I'm looking at that thing going he san now I gotta get rid of this thing and I'm going hey, wait a second I ask him what he'd takes Twenty. Five Bucks for so. Two fifty, five key begins Mercury, flat. It sounds like deal and boy that was the bee's knees back. Then there really was water fun car that must have been what happened after those formative years he did some college worker well. And as going along I kept working on our of data as we went along than mercury got lost and I put a pontiac over at bow the eight. Okay. Okay. And I use that to go to school I drove that car was my only car and so yeah I, I went to school studied industrial design. Guy Down College it was Vietnam era so. I joined ROTC after I got out of college I went right into the air force that was pretty ambitious endeavor especially at the time you fly planes her through for a little bit and then I did other stuff when emir force well, it sounds like an interesting stint obviously got out your passion for hot rods did not diminish in the lease no it. Always Hot Rod Guy, was there an a Ha moment that you had that said, he wait a minute I'm going to get serious about this. Well, when I got out of the Air Force, I had to make a decision. I think a lot of people that go in the air force consider staining and making a career out of thought about that for just a second and pretty much decided that I wanted to do. It always wanted to do I told my mom when I was about thirteen or fourteen. I told her not WANNA build parts for Cars I decided. Well, if I wanted to do that, this long should stick with that I started looking around. What can I do at that point? Pete shakes had started a year before that. There was a couple of chassis guys out there now and I've thought well I don't want to go jump in the middle something someone is already doing so look can I do that's new made any backup just a second I had started an air conditioning repair installation sinner right after I got out of the Service in seventy three head that stuff laying around so I thought hey, street rod nationals coming up here in August August load up the van take a bunch of stuff up there and made three unique parts to have up there for that deal were no condensers at that time in the condenser is the part that goes in front of the radiate sure that support that takes up space and. A hot rod that could be a sore thumb and of course, in those days, it was all about thirty four. It's some people would say it's still. Also, we'll get to that I designed and had a company make me condenser company up in Minnesota. Make me a condenser that was vertical so it would fit that format because there was nothing like that available number one that's right that narrow narrow grill and the yeah it had to fit just right? Yeah. There were narrow ones but they laid down the width of the cars that were going on now. That's right. So we did that and then nine designed a compressor mounting bracket for a small black Chevy because there were more sponsorship, he's going in at that time anything else. So the hoods were narrow on hot rod so it couldn't hang out sides like they did in the newer cars. So that was the second thing we did that bracket and then the third thing we did is I made a mold. been working with my hands long enough that I just figured hands I can make them all and I can make my own plastic evaporator out in. That's right and put the coralline and I'll have a unique evaporator to fit of thirty, two

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Charred body of poker player found in Michigan park

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Charred body of poker player found in Michigan park

"The FBI has joined the investigation into the mysterious death of a professional poker player known as Suzie Q., her burn body was discovered in a public park in Michigan grew up, but her career spanned the country and tonight. Investigators are asking for the public's help to together. What happened? Here's ABC's Renshaw. Right this is Suzie. Zahle Professional Poker Player who went by the name Suzie Q. Raking in a fifteen thousand dollar hand. Tonight the FBI Michigan State Police in an urgent search to find the killer behind her mysterious disappearance. Zach's body was found burned on July. Thirteenth in a secluded recreational area of the Pontiac. Lake authorities are not ruling out her death, being linked to someone in her poker circuit, which spanned across the country to determine whether or not. This is a cover up or this. Maybe some sort of retaliatory incident because of her profession, thirty-three-year-old recently moved from Los Angeles to live with her parents in Oakland County, Michigan. She had just been seen by her mother the night before she disappeared her loved ones. Now saying they're at a loss for who could have taken her life I can't even think how somebody could do that. She was a free spirit in the truest sense. She played by our own rules. She followed her dreams. Bicycle Casino is one of the places where Suzie Q. would play poker. She was just in the L. A. Area a month before she went missing, but tonight police honing in on the key dates July, twelfth and thirteenth, asking for anyone who saw during that time to help them with this murder mystery

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US Podcast Ad Revenues grew 48% in 2019

podnews

03:05 min | 2 years ago

US Podcast Ad Revenues grew 48% in 2019

"The US podcast at markets grew forty eight percent in two, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two, seven, hundred and eight million dollars, according to the AP's annual podcast revenue study that's nearly thirty million dollars higher than they predicted host read ads were responsible for two thirds of the revenue. Now will not hate a billion in two thousand, nine twenty, though, but we are still growing the IB predict slow growth of fourteen point seven percent this year to eight hundred and twelve million dollars. Thanks to the Pan Dome thanks pandemic. It's official scripts has agreed to sell stitcher to Sirius Xm. The agreed price is three hundred twenty five million dollars. Would expect the announcement of new CEO FOR POCKET CAST shortly. It's likely to be John W. Gibbons based in La. He's a strategic advisor to Pod chaser and worked at MD and Amazon for fourteen years. SPOTIFY's Gimblett media is being sued for failing to make its podcasts accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing. The New York lawsuit argues that GIMBLETT VIOLATES THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT for failing to provide closed captioning on various podcasts. Americans are starting their audio day a little later, according to new research from Edison Research. We hope you're enjoying your lion. Shift the kickoff event for the podcast movement. University happens later today it's free to take part and free to be a member. Australia Triton digital have published their podcast report for June total downloads virtually unchanged. The report only mentions participating publishers, not including the country's largest podcast publisher the AP. Even? Though they said that they were joining in the next few months back in October, we've got a pressing corean again. Hey, are insi- our podcast network. Australia, still number one according to Triton claims podcast listening in the news and entertainment categories are record highs. Pontiac has released the US top twenty podcast rank earthy Ben Shapiro show climbs to number five that also only measures participating publishers podcast podcasters unlimited is a new podcast network and consultantcy Paul chaser ratings, reviews and replies and are available on pod Kite Zeno. Is To district NPR podcast on their diaspora focused service and Brad Schwartz. ooh became the new podcasting boss of audible. Last month has left the company after employees discovered an old sexual harassment lawsuit in which Schwartz was named. And KOSS news once upon a time in the valley from enter cadence thirteen launched today, before the was Paris or Kim. There was Traci Lords, but this adult star wasn't Demi. Moore is starring and producing in a brand new podcast. Dirty Diana, the story of a dying marriage. How to partners find their way back to each other. And returning for a second series story bound is a radio this a program designed for the podcast age collaboration between the POD, glamorous and lit hub radio

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Chicago Police Arrest 1, Search For 3 Additional Suspects In Carjacking Near Magnificent Mile

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago Police Arrest 1, Search For 3 Additional Suspects In Carjacking Near Magnificent Mile

"One man in custody and are looking for three others after a car jacking off just off the mag mile. It started with police following a Pontiac sedan that ran a red light on North Wacker. That car crashed whacker in north Michigan and all all four four men men in in men men inside inside ran ran one one of of them them headed headed to to the the Hyatt Hyatt on on East East Wacker Wacker and and hopped hopped into into a a vehicle vehicle with with the the engine engine running running and and a a young young woman woman in in the the back back seat. seat. Police Police said. said. The The man man left left the the woman woman at a gas station near 59th and South Ashland and Inglewood and drove off. The woman was not injured. Police are looking for that man. Still, they did find another one of the suspects near Michigan Avenue and Lake Street Police report. They seize two guns from the Pontiac No one was hurt. In the car. The suspects hit that. Still, Yugi ends Judy Wang. No charges have been filed against the suspect in custody. Time for W. G

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Boston - MBTA officials discuss coronavirus concerns

WBZ Midday News

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Boston - MBTA officials discuss coronavirus concerns

"At a meeting yesterday the MBTA's fiscal management control board discussed the problems that can arise when it comes to social distancing and masks on the T. S. are required in public when you can't social distance if you have a medical issue were a mask isn't helpful you don't have to wear one but you don't have to prove that condition and that makes MBTA frontline employees nervous unions want masks for all on mass transit then we get to the issue of crowded stations would never walk ways and that's going to be a bigger problem when people go back to work one thing being considered says M. B. T. eight GMC Pontiac that you would have one area where people would go in one area where people would come out so that you wouldn't necessarily in a narrow space have people passing we have to take a look at that Karen wriggles WBZ Boston news radio reached out to the Carmen's union to get their view point yesterday and I know that the MBTA drivers have expressed concerns they want riders to wear masks they also realize that it may take enforcement they want those questions answered will the T. enforce the mass policy bus riders and a train drivers are very concerned again about their safety on their out there everyday they've been working every day during the

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Trump Says U.S.-India to Sign $3 Billion in Defense Deals

Morning Edition

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Trump Says U.S.-India to Sign $3 Billion in Defense Deals

"President trump is wrapping up his two day visit to India suggesting the U. S. and India it may be able to reach a comprehensive trade agreement later this year hashish me to Pontiac reports trump met with India's prime minister Narendra Modi's earlier today in New Delhi the two leaders said they had made tremendous progress too it's a trade deal they did announce a defense agreement president trump said India would buy more than three billion dollars worth of advanced military equipment from the U. S. including helicopters at a news conference trump also suggested Democrats opposed to Vermont senator Bernie Sanders presidential bid leaked classified intelligence from a congressional briefing indicating Moscow wants Sanders to win

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A Chat with Andy Cohen, Co-Founder of Beverly Hills Motoring Accessories

Cars That Matter

08:09 min | 2 years ago

A Chat with Andy Cohen, Co-Founder of Beverly Hills Motoring Accessories

"This is it manner. Part of the cars that matters equation has more to do with the people that own them and drive them and love them that it does about the cars themselves. That's where my guests dandy. Colin is really just exactly the kind of person we WANNA talk to get a sense of of how cars that matter have affected him. How in many ways? He's been one of the arbiters of taste that has helped to determine Herman which cars do matter. India president of Beverly Hills motoring accessories company that began in one thousand nine hundred seventy six back at a time when well cars were. We're not quite the uniform transportation pods that they are today. So we WANNA talk to Andy about a lot of those things Andy. Welcome to the show and We look forward to learn a little bit about your car. Is that matter sure. Thank you very much. I was at a young age. Twenty years old. Living in New New York Long Island to be interested in cars at that time was very looked down upon. What part of Long Island did you go up on? Great and what year are you talking about. Say Graduated High School in Sixty four so in sixty four. You think people look down on someone who was a car aficionado in New York. Oh boy do over at Roosevelt raceway and near Roosevelt field where they had all those great straightaways and we could see what our cars could really do when someone had to give somebody some cute girl the pink slip of our car before we showed off the new engine. We put into a car that would otherwise have gone very slowly and then a surprised everybody with the power behind our hot Rod. I would bet that you ruled the roost back. Then well I I did that I could. Everybody remembers their first car. The ones they saved up for even built from scratch per andy talked his father into buying a sixty four pontiac. Tempest tempest within three twenty six cubic inch v eight and a three speed stick but then six months later they came out with that. She te'o and I'm thinking God. Why didn't may have that when I got my dad by car so I have the scheme us what away for the weekend with my mother to Florida and I said took me and my friends we're GONNA make this tempest into GTO? So I went into a reckoning. You heard I bought a three eighty nine cubic inch motor. Because that's what they were. You're from a Grand Prix and I proceeded to concoct a story that I was riding on the boulevard. I hit a rock broke the oil pan at Emmett if the engine I didn't fall out. Yeah so have this game I went and get the motor from the wrecking yard. What to put it in it was completely different than the GTO engine and it took four months? Let's get everything all about at the play hood at the custody headers. I mean everything was different. My Dad was taking a bus and very mad at me and I just said New New York wasn't a place for me. I didn't like the call. I didn't like the weather I didn't like crowds. They didn't like anything so I said southern California's it so to move out here. You're sixty seven nine hundred sixty seven. I didn't know anyone I didn't even know which way to go so I got off. The Plane Got Century Boulevard. went to the four or five Rui and said go north or South. I don't know because I didn't know anyone turned left and went north. I got to the top of the pass going down into the San. Fernando Valley was September thirty degrees hotter as they went down into the valley. I loved it because the hotter the better so I went down. The Hill got off at Ventura. Boulevard saw Holiday Inn and kind of made that my center for a few years Earth. A great story. I don't even know if that's repeatable then Robert. He moved out here in sixty seven. That's right at the man that's when you wanted to be in the car scene gene so it begs the question Andy. What was your first car when you got out here? My first car that I built actually was a nineteen forty four woody. That already had a three twenty seven. I'm an engine in it and I actually have restored three times. They still have. It's black and has corvette motor independent suspension drives drives like my maserati fantastic so I got the combination combination of of all those things and I actually bought my first Ferrari in nineteen seventy eight. It was two three eight one of my friends who have bought it from was far Dillard to Mexico and he said Handy you interested in buying Daytona spyder. I said sure tell me about it. This was a nine hundred seventy eight. It was owned by a prince. Turki I think is still around his predecessors are in Newport Report Beach Daytona spider and ill will not one of those fake streams ruined and in fact talk about like before the Internet. The only way I could find out if it was is a railway. Todo Spider was semi telex the primary factor. And then three years later. I found out that that car was the first Daytona spyder made. What a fantastic art art? That's one of the cars of everybody's dreams. I mean they tone. A spider is an iconic thing and boy is certainly created a sensation. Such that there was so many saws all taken AAC into the roofs of perfectly good Daytona. coupes that yeah. They ruined a lot at Daytona Coupe. They shared that one hundred. Twenty two daytona spiders for all years and it's still one of the most sought after valuable cars. Of course I sold it a long time ago. Well those are the stories. That'll be another show cars that matter that we wish we still had but it I think that's that's the part and parcel of the process to you. Know we're just custodians of these things and I think the real the real Enjoyment is yes Being able to kind of cycle through an evolution of cars in our stable. Unless you're one of these guys that has the resources and the and the the Kind of mental wherewithal to encompassing a garage. Full of hundreds of cars. It's it's too much of a good thing and I think being able to cherish a prize that they tone a spider a couple of other special personal examples. That's what car ownership is really all about. What was your first Special Cairo? Oh Gosh my first. Special special car was the first one that I could afford. That was quite triumph in and of itself and not a triumph literally it was actually a BMW sixteen hundred and Back like Nice start. Well no nobody knew what those things were. They were just little ten shit boxes back in the early seventies but they were quite a handful for a guy learning the whole essence of vehicle dynamics handling dynamics hammocks what does it take to actually make a car do certain things and those were manual back. Then they were all manual and You know you really had to work hard to to make that thing go fast. You know the old all saying you know you can have more fun making a slow cargo fast than a fast cargo slow and it certainly holds true with something like that little forbidding or BMW. Would you want that Car Oregon today you know. I actually tried to find bill. I'm sorry I sold a damn thing but you know when you're a college student and you're kind of starving. You have to do it. You have to do. Actually I had different priorities forties. I sold it to buy a stereo. I remember that guy that came to buy it. I was trying to sell it for twelve hundred dollars. Exactly what I paid about. Maybe a year before so this guy comes to my mother's house where I'm staying over the summer and he was kind of a shifty looking character. I'm not sure where he was if I had again. I'd say someplace like Transylvania and after talking a little bit of negotiation he says I'll give you six hundred dollars and my monkey a said. Oh boy I love monkeys and stuff. But I'm in college. Listen I got a roommate and I rather have the twelve hundred bucks. I figure it was like an organ grinder monkey or something like that but Needless to say we did a cash transaction the BMW MWR away. I've been looking for ever since and is the monkeys fill around so feeding you. I'm not you q m three sixty three. If anybody ever sees. He's a black California played out there with those numbers. Please let me

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Warrior Woman: The Exceptional Life Story of Nonhelema

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:20 min | 2 years ago

Warrior Woman: The Exceptional Life Story of Nonhelema

"Are women of the day was a great warrior and leader of the Shawnee tribe. Who deftly let her people through a time of great change and turmoil? Let's talk about non Halama. We don't know the details Of when non Helena was born but it was around the seventeen twenty s probably in western Pennsylvania. We also don't know much about her childhood besides the fact that that she seems to have come from a prominent family from the Shawnee tribe non Halama story really picks up in the late seventeen fifties during the period of the French in Indian war by that point she and her brother known as Hook Alaska or corn stock. We're living in the Ohio valley the Shawnee had moved there under a pressure by increasing white settlement corn stalk become a prominent shawnee chief and warrior as a quick reminder. The French and an Indian war was the North American portion of a larger war called the seven years war in North America. British and French colonists fought as each side attempted to further expand in their sphere of influence. Native people also took sides. The British basically one like other sibling duos in native history corn stock and non Halama lead together during peace and war for example at the battle of bushy run in seventeen sixty four non Halama lead warriors warriors alongside her brother. That battle was part of what's known as pontiacs rebellion a fight between native Americans and the British who were hot off their victory in the French and Indian war. When rumblings of revolution began to take hold across polly's cornstarch and non Halama decided that the best strategic move for the Shawnee people would would be to support the American settlers over the British? This was a risky move. Considering the perceived military might of the British Horn Ornstein was assassinated in seventeen seventy seven but non Halama state the course with the support of her husband Mulugeta who was also a prominent leader and warrior when non Halama learned that some Shawny had traveled to join the British at Fort. Detroit she responded by rushing to warn the Americans of this development she disguised too revolutionary soldiers traditional Shawny garb so that they travel undisturbed for Donnelly to warn of the impending attack. Those Shawnee who had allied themselves with the British destroyed. Non Halima's cattle as payback non Helena and her people move to escape further trouble but her work for the Americans wasn't over in seventeen. Eighty non halama guided and translate it for Augustine Dila bomb a French ex PAT soldier who was tasked asked with leading a major campaign against British troops. And what's now Illinois. Sadly not Halima's loyalty was not rewarded. In seventeen eighty six non Halama and her husband will loofah. Both elderly by this point were captured in yet. Another war the northwest Indian war. That conflict was between a Confederation of Native American tribes with the support of the British begins the new United States though the Americans who captured assured non Halama and Milan were initially ordered not to harm them. One of the men you mcgarry felt differently. mcgarry asked Melinda if he'd been at the battle the blue licks blue didn't understand the question but repeated battle of Blue Licks mcgarry took that his confirmation and killed Milun Tho- with a Tomahawk Non Halama tried to protect Milun thaw and was injured herself before. Another man tackled mccarey non. John Halama was then taken to Fort Pitt and held there while there. She helped compile a dictionary of Shawnee words and their meanings in English. She died soon. Even after her release non Halama lived an extraordinary life as the world around her change dramatically. She married three times CBS twice before her final marriage to Melinda and she also had sons with two white men a son named Thomas with the British Indian agent Alexander McKee and a son named to Mantha. With an American officer named General Richard Butler Samantha also became a great

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2 wounded in shooting in Gold Coast, Chicago

Steve Cochran

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

2 wounded in shooting in Gold Coast, Chicago

"To better injured in a shooting a lake shore drive overnight WGN's James Sears with that it happened on the drive about one this morning near the oak street exit police say someone in a silver sedan pulled up next to a Pontiac Grand Prix driving south and fired into the car a twenty four year old man was hit on the left side of his body a twenty five year old man was shot in the leg they drive themselves to the hospital and are in stable condition no one is in

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"pontiac" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"pontiac" Discussed on WJR 760

"Former site of the Pontiac Silverdome to the Pontiac Planning Commission the panel approving it it now moves on to the full city council this is going to happen we're going to make it happen. and now city cancer council has to weigh the plan before it can go forward it'll determine if it will grant a special exam exemption permit for the site the action could take several months critics of a facial recognition program say they plan to protest today the Detroit police commission will be meeting at three o'clock this afternoon the panel will vote on a plan that would put facial recognition technology on traffic cameras around the city it appears there are enough commissioners who support the DPS use of this technology to move forward police chief James Craig says he has confidence in the technology I'm satisfied short police department is using it and ethical way and that if a member of the police department I tried to use it and properly that person be held accountable Eric Williams is an attorney with the American civil liberties union he says there are some real concerns about this if your white people who were just of who were dismissed identified at the same rate that black people in this identified by this technology we wouldn't even be having this discussion people would simply say it doesn't work in a city that eighty percent black that's problematic. bond is denied for the mechanic accused of trying to sabotage an American Airlines flight and he will remain in custody until trial this is according to a judge who says the suspect may sympathize with terrorists a bomb shell during Wednesday's bond hearing for a bull Majeed my roof Akhmed Aloni prosecutor said the airline mechanic forwarded a terror video from his phone to another person experts worry about copy cats prosecutors also claim the sixty year old wrote all out we ask you to use all your might and power against non Muslims Aloni is charged with willfully damaging destroying disabling or wrecking and aircraft authorities say he tampered with a system that collects data like a plane speed the July seventeenth flight from Miami was aborted with no injuries reported along he had been with American Airlines since nineteen eighty eight the carrier has fired a Lani and says it's cooperating with the investigation I'm John Moore Lawrence get ready for this one motorists will see a lot of orange barrels as work on the I. seventy five modernization project in Oakland county continues this weekend that officials say starting Friday at eleven PM northbound and southbound I. seventy five will be closed between I six ninety six and I seventy five business loop at square Lake Road both directions of I seventy five will reopen by five AM on Monday during the closure northbound and southbound I. seventy five traffic will be detoured to Woodward Avenue in that officials say closing both directions for the freeway is necessary to allow crews to safely remove the Dallas Avenue overpass above I seventy five in repair pavement and sections of the freeway between I six ninety six and square Lake Road Elizabeth Crenshaw W. J. R. news Selly chair news time six thirty four will update traffic and weather neck. thank you for calling complete battery sauce. probably a long shot but you guys have batteries for it yep got that but you don't even hear was looking for don't.

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Rooster ‘Was Just Being Himself’: Court Rules He Can Keep Crowing

PRI's The World

03:34 min | 2 years ago

Rooster ‘Was Just Being Himself’: Court Rules He Can Keep Crowing

"I cannot tell you how long i've waited for this day. Finally the verdict is in on the surface. This trial was about a noise disturbance but it's become about so much more urban ization cultural heritage farm animals the world sir birnbaum tells us about a case from a small village in western france. There are so many things about a trial that can seize public imagination tense cross examinations the nation's you want answers. I think i'm entitled to handle the truth. Slam dunk expert testimonies. There is is no way that these tire marks were made by sixty four buick skylark. These marks were made by a nineteen sixty. Three pontiac tempest stunning courtroom confessions me shoot him through the door but with the draw in this particular case was the sympathetic defendant maurice the rooster maurice didn't take the stand but he was at at the center of this case. Maria was accused by the neighbors making too much noise in the morning so they took maurice's owner carinthia so to court and demanded that she shut him up well today. Fesso and maurice emerged victorious. The court declared that maurice can continue to crow oh and ordered the plaintiffs to pay about a thousand dollars per so told local tv that she's relieved g invicta thumbs. I lived for bringing home. A victory and i'm very happy i was able to do it and i'm going to say to maurice. We one you can stay. The neighbors who brought the case didn't do interviews views but their lawyer have dole said his clients aren't anti rooster their anti-noise focus because chefs know my clients. Don't want roosters not to sing. They want some quiet in the morning so they can sleep and they're bothered by the rooster just like they would have been bothered by a barking dog or a lawn mower worker. I know what you're thinking. Why has this generated international attention and the reason is what began as a battle about a bird has become a battle for france's very soul you see the neighbors are out of towners in the house in the village is their second home and carinthia so so has been there for more than thirty years. This case has become symbolic clash between locals who want to preserve their way of life crowing roosters ars and all versus the newcomers who just want a peaceful country home fizeau summed it up cudi junkies companion planners people who come to the countryside need to stop complaining and they have to adapt if they don't adapt then they can just go back. There is an urban rural divide died in france. We saw that earlier this year with the yellow vest protests. The divide is political. It's economic. It's cultural now. The marines cases a a little more complicated. The neighbors aren't from the city there from town in central france and ironically they happen to be retired. Farmers still hundreds hundreds of thousands of people signed a save maurice petition crowds gathered outside the courthouse with their chickens and roosters and toe and you can even buy a let me sing t shirt with maurice's face on it. The trial is over now but it's not clear if it's the end of the poultry drama

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Introducing "What Goes Up," A New Show From Bloomberg

Odd Lots

01:58 min | 3 years ago

Introducing "What Goes Up," A New Show From Bloomberg

"Mike, sometimes financial markets can get confusing told me about its equity longshore performance over the counter derivative products. And that's why on what those up a new podcast from Bloomberg. We'll help you break down the ins and outs of the forces driving global markets. I'm Sarah Pontiac, a reporter on across SSD Regan, a senior editor and writer for the markets each week. We'll talk to some of Bloomberg smartest writers editors and strategists. And we'll bring in some of the biggest names on Wall Street. We'll explore what's moving not just stocks. But also bonds currencies and commodities, and there may be the occasional dead you occasional possibly frequent de jokes. Do you even care about Brexit? I mean, it should US investors befallen this or is it is it like premier soccer, you know, on less. Yeah. I just can't believe that people trade these, you know, and it's all computers now, I think computers are going to become human because they will develop the emotion of shame from trading U S China trade headlines, they have a ton of analogies for this. And I think the cleanest study showed is the one that I would like to time on because it's really a horrible one. That's how they referred to me downstairs. From central banks to economic data to earnings trade and whatever else may come. If it moves market what goes out? We'll be on it. What goes up debuts on April twenty six on apple podcasts Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Indepth analysis concise reporting need to know, global business news around the world and across the markets. Bloomberg connect the dots. Decision-makers subscribe today to the global standard for business reporting. Get it all at Bloomberg dot com slash subscribe.

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"pontiac" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"pontiac" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Hometown station thunder radio. Now, one of the big ones that cakes here on coffee county hootenanny. Dichotomy? This has been golden session to pass judgment on a special call from Pontiac all rise.

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"pontiac" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"pontiac" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"You can't get you can't get in the Guinness Book of records from ancient Syria. There was nobody there to to validate it and sign the thing. But these these records that people are getting a flagpole in the front in the parking lot of a Pontiac dealership. Richard Dixie Blondy was one of the guys that continued doing this throughout the second half of the twenty. Century actually died in nineteen seventy four when he was sitting on top of flight pull that collapsed. So he is one of the notable fatalities. And you would think that a lot more people would die doing this. But I guess it self selects for people who are absolutely confident like I could not do it. I'm afraid of heights selects REBA who are like window washers. Who are just like. Yeah. No problem unless something goes wrong, I'm fine on this platform. But yeah, you got to check out your flagpole Richard Dixie Blondie, seventy four I wonder if I'm a reincarnation of him. Did he die right before you were right after I'm very interested. Now in finding out what month he died. A woman named Peggy Townsend Clark in nineteen sixty four sat on top of flagpole for two hundred and seventeen days. Unlike how there's a woman of it so women do this not maybe as often as men but a girl by the name of Mauri? Rose Kirby in one thousand nine hundred fifty nine. In protest of having been called juvenile delinquent by her mother or by the local juvenile courts climbed up a flagpole and sat there for two hundred eleven down. We're kind of rebuttal is this. Oh, yeah. I can juvenile delinquent do this. I'll show us the juvenile delinquent. I'll skip school for two hundred eleven days. I'm not even going to smoke a cigarette while I'm up here. Counterproductive who hundred eleven days she sat up there angry about being called a juvenile. I'm thinking other weather is an issue. I mean, this is a good hobby for San Diego. But well, and I don't want to do this in Rochester, New York surviving, the storm surviving the winter. These are all surviving just being in the hot baking sun. I mean in San Diego, you'd sit up there, and you'd have to drink a gallon of water a day that's true in the hot sun. Now, what did you find about? Richard Dixie Blondie is here is he your spirit did his spirit go from his butts from the foot of his flagpole to. So he died he died in may seven. Four the very month of my birth. And I can't find a day noticed found his gravestone. But. But it only house the year really may six so. Yeah, it appears that he died almost exactly two and a half weeks before my birthday, his soul went immediately into you it fell straight to the pavement through the ground and on its way and found its way to a hospital in Seattle. He was in Chicago. Yeah. Somehow I went made its way to went through a series of tubes. Yeah. Went through his urine tube, which did not collapse and came all the way here. Weirdly, one of the great protests flagpole sitters was a a man by the name of H, David worder and h David worder in the early nineteen eighty s was very frustrated by the price of gasoline, and that's his 'cause the price of gas went up from ninety nine cents a gallon to dollar twelve and this radical radicalized to him. He was furious. And h David worder climbed up on a flagpole in November of nineteen eighty two and stayed there for four hundred and thirty nine days and eleven hours.

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"pontiac" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"pontiac" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Drive from here to Pontiac to pick somebody up that didn't have a way to church about. He start calling them. And. But I'm just saying when when there's real real sometime, I tell them I said, well, why don't you try to get a little something? So so that does that wanna come. They'll have a list. Sometimes you go up there and everybody was supposed to go. It's not going to night. That's that's the sacrifice go from. If you're in it transportation. Situation in your to start finding your way to get you a little car. Yeah. You need a car. So you get back and forth. If no more than to the church, so I just want. You know, the bible has warned us if they're folk that do not enter into the kingdom of heaven. It's going to be their own fall. Odd has done everything wants dance. He's he laid the foundation of it. That was way back in the Old Testament. Always been the line. When the Jews were wandering out of Egypt wandering out in the wilderness. Yeah. Guess what? Like they had had either the the sun by day moon by night and the stars were individual lights. Everybody comes into Christ. Now, guess what you're supposed to be? He's supposed to be a light and the world. Okay. Light in the world. But you gotta turn the light on. Yeah. I didn't know that. Early. They do. None of us. People think that little bit that they do for the Lord. It's it's no more to what we ought to do. I loved you say nobody wear a pair of shoes. Ever gonna move me from Christ. How.

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"pontiac" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"pontiac" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"And for the next hour. We're talking to fast paced show talk about what's going on in the marketplace model highlights advancements in today's vehicles, some technician, talk and most importantly talking about what you wanna talk about. I encourage your participation is we have many ways for you to get in touch with me to submit a topic or question for a future show. I'll be getting all of those ways to get in touch with me out in just one moment. But today I had a lot of a lot of input. This week was really kind of kind of fun. Why take a test drive when you go to car dealership or looking at a car on the side of the road. Why should you take a test drive? We've it or not there's many that don't wanna take a test drive. Winter on back to service in and talk to my buddy BAAs back there. And he he was he was talking about. It's late. Check time for a lot of people. And so we want to talk about your lights on your car. And the consumer reports came out with a great little article that was handed to me as well must have features. And once you can skip I'm going to be up front. Don't totally agree with all of them. But we're gonna chat them through. And how did he get most for your trade that also came up this week as well? So if a lot going on today, so this is the first time, you tuned in. I've been asked to give a quick synopsis of way, I'm jury Kyle was born and raised in the car business. My grandfather started Motors are Buick Pontiac dealership in nineteen thirty eight in vermilion by father took it over the night took it over ninety one in GM's downsizing, and the elimination Pontiac GM M, maybe an offer to sell and now I'm super excited to be with Pat O'Brien Chevrolet in vermillion. I haven't associated automotive merchandising and a bachelor of business administration with classes, primarily focused on the automotive business. I've worked in manage every. So I kind of know my way round dealership, and and I became the dealer operator was just thirty two years old. But with that being said like I say every week. I certainly don't know what also if there's a topic or question for a future show. I will make sure and get you the right incorrect answer..

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"pontiac" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"pontiac" Discussed on Car Talk

"I know. I know why I know why? Because I have old rate master enlighten us. I have noticed this exactly the same phenomenon in almost every car that I've ever owned, and I asked myself once why is this true is this a technological reason, and it could be technological reason. Because it may well be that the gauge is not calibrated. So that it's always accurate, and it's more important than it. Be accurate e then it'd be accurate at half. Right. When you're at three quarters. You never look at it all boy down at three quarter tank decided that's not it because they could easily make one that was that was accurate all the way through they concluded that they did it this way to make you think you're getting better gas mileage, you get in the car, and you drive in you drive, and you dry. When you're driving the needle doesn't move say. Wow. Isn't this great Cup of coffee Cup in a haircut? Cut back out. You know? That always happens to me. I had a Pontiac that would do the same thing. I'd fill the test and I could drive from here. So the New York border, and the thing would still be on for. Going for a coke and Howard Johnson's. I come back on. An all every car I've ever had had that sense. I used to fake going into the men's room and stand high. To see what was really. No bush's. I couldn't go into the men's room. Anyway, David this. That's our philosophy when it comes to this. We think that that they probably aren't too accurate when they make these things, but you can check it so easily when it gets to exactly half full fill it up to the top. I'll bet you. It's gonna take eight point four gallons. And if I'm right on the money, send us a twenty dollar Bill on the back of that thing. Thanks for your call. All right Bye-bye, one eight eight eight car talk or one eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five alot, you're on car talk..

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"pontiac" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"pontiac" Discussed on Car Talk

"I know. I know why I know why? Because I have old rate master enlighten us. I have noticed this exactly the same phenomenon in almost every car that I've ever owned, and I asked myself once why is this true is this a technological reason, and it could be technological reason. Because it may well be that the gauge is not calibrated. So that it's always accurate, and it's more important than it. Be accurate e then it'd be accurate at half. Right. When you're at three quarters. You never look at it all boy down at three quarter tank decided that's not it because they could easily make one that was that was accurate all the way through they concluded that they did it this way to make you think you're getting better gas mileage, you get in the car, and you drive in you drive, and you dry. When you're driving the needle doesn't move say. Wow. Isn't this great Cup of coffee Cup in a haircut? Cut back out. You know? That always happens to me. I had a Pontiac that would do the same thing. I'd fill the test and I could drive from here. So the New York border, and the thing would still be on for. Going for a coke and Howard Johnson's. I come back on. An all every car I've ever had had that sense. I used to fake going into the men's room and stand high. To see what was really. No bush's. I couldn't go into the men's room. Anyway, David this. That's our philosophy when it comes to this. We think that that they probably aren't too accurate when they make these things, but you can check it so easily when it gets to exactly half full fill it up to the top. I'll bet you. It's gonna take eight point four gallons. And if I'm right on the money, send us a twenty dollar Bill on the back of that thing. Thanks for your call. All right Bye-bye, one eight eight eight car talk or one eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five alot, you're on car talk..

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"pontiac" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"pontiac" Discussed on WJR 760

"Freeway. The car is a twenty fourteen to two thousand sixteen silver four door Mercedes. No other information is known about the vehicle that shooting happened around seven pm Thursday on the northbound lanes of the Southfield freeway near joy road on the city's Westside Christian CJ Miller was in the back seat of his godmother's SUV when it happened. Michigan state police say the man driving the Mercedes fired a shot that hit the back door, and then went through CJ's car carseat the shooter's description is only a light skinned, man. The bullet struck Christian in the shoulder. He was rushed to children's hospital where he was pronounced dead Friday morning. Anyone with information is urged to call the Michigan state police at. Seven three four three six eight eight to nine zero tipsters also call crime stoppers at one eight hundred speak up all southbound is seventy five lanes reopened Friday night from I ninety six through southwest Detroit and toward down river on northbound. I seventy five lanes were also reopened. The closer was part of the river routes bridge project that started back in twenty seventeen. Governor Whitmer is reportedly considering cutting off the use of state funds to pay for the legal defense of defendant in the Flint water persecution. Defendants include too high profile State Department appointees, Nick Lyon, in Eden wells, they were accused of involuntary manslaughter and other crimes more than thirty million dollars. In state money has been spent on defending targets of the Flint special investigation. More than eight million has been spent in connection with the governor's office. Some of the money was spent on criminal defense lawyers for former governor Snyder Snider was not charged special. Prosecutor Todd flood-struck plea bargains with. Six defendants had lions and wells bound over for trial on felony charges and has criminal charges pending in court against a former Flint emergency manager, a former water regulator and a lead poisoning program manager, dick Haefner, WJR news, and Oakland County charity is ready to feed the needy. Even if there's another government shutdown James McQueen says they may have to go through this again. There are unclear what will happen at that point that said one way or the other. So we just gearing up to be able to assist. These families further McQueen says it's their mission to feed the needy and not turn anyone away. And of course, donations are always welcomed in Pontiac, Ken Rogulski,.

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"pontiac" Discussed on Q95

Q95

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"pontiac" Discussed on Q95

"Readers of guitar player magazine. And he's proving it to us. Oh, what a world traveler. I'm looking over your your schedule. You're all over the place three hundred and forty dates last year. How do you how many excellent Australia? There was none in Australia. I didn't get there won't be there for next year. Wow. Yeah. I've been talking to God about changing how the how the year pans out. And he just won't change it. He says look I made it perfect. The first time you're going to have to change. That's it. Perfect world. Australia would have been right up by US Middle little farther north. Well, you know, when I was a kid in anything that came from America was the best that you could get you know, cars movies guitars, all the things that were important. Know, I remember nineteen seventy two I bought a Pontiac Parisian. And and I drive it all ever stay. I drive it in places where most people wouldn't take car, and I tore the fuel tank out of it several times. Really? Yeah. It was a great guy a Pontiac Pontiac Eric Clapton as one song reef talks about driving in my auntie. Yes. We're doing session work of Australia. That's did in the in the late seventy s in the did you plan on his stuff that we would have heard supplies lost lost in love all out of love everyone in.

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Over 1,000 FDNY members suffer from Ground Zero illnesses 17 years later

Paul W. Smith

01:25 min | 4 years ago

Over 1,000 FDNY members suffer from Ground Zero illnesses 17 years later

"The New York City firefighters say the death toll from nine eleven related illnesses. Seventeen years later continues to rise. And over a thousand members of just the new York Fire Department have been diagnosed with cancers and respiratory problems related to the toxic substances. They ingested during the recovery effort. Wow. Over a thousand seventeen years later, and that's just the firefighters. Add to the the the police officers and federal agents FBI anybody right normal, normal bystander. Right. All pitched in to try to help it that horrific time seventeen years ago today are paying the price with their lives. Seventeen years later in the count continues and the money that was set up for helping those people is going to run out. And so they're they're the people in charge. You're saying if you were there and you helped if you were there breathing in that air sign up now. Because that major illness that cancer that respiratory problem may still be coming to

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Nintendo's mobile RPG launches Sept. 27

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:12 min | 4 years ago

Nintendo's mobile RPG launches Sept. 27

"IP from Nintendo, but new new Nintendo PG that fits into Pommie ahead of that. Presumably is to say, the switch for the switch doesn't really fit in the palm hand, does it? No, you have to be cans for this very large palm shack up which it fits fit in shanks, but it does fit in the palm hand on your mobile device. Oh, so you think it might be a mobile device this. This is a mobile game. New mobile game this a mobile targeted game. Okay. I saw Nintendo and mobile and assumed immediately that that would be the swit- no carry what we're talking about. Mobile targeted games here. Okay, so this'll be on my iphone and what have you. And that's really what I want to ask you about the distinction here, Gary, so Nintendo. Now they have this incredible hybrid handheld system that the state in the world by storm. We all love it very much. Yes. They also have an obvious mobile strategy based around Android, etc. With things like Super Mario, Ron fire emblem, etc. Right. How if you're intend to how do you decide what's going on switch? What's going on phone and what are the different approaches you're gonna take to those wouldn't know how to decide what should go on on, which I do like this supporting both. I like the fact that the switch hasn't led to them abandoning the, you know, the the phone platforms that was very excited even though it didn't do as well as I think some people hopes loved, Super, Mario run. I love Pokemon go. I'm glad they support. Putting that you that you can have Nintendo trillion. The Pontiac memoria run is really good by the way, why didn't do better? Because it's a, it's a legit Mario game. They found a way to make it would just with your thumb, just one button and not even button just hit in the screen, and it works really well. People describe it as an endless runner. But I think that's not particularly act. Platformer. Yeah, it's really well designed. Yes, very precise. I think Gary, that the problem is those marketplaces have have largely been taught that games that are going to receive popular acceptance are not gonna, be premium. Nintendo effectively said, hey, you can Mario run. You got the first few levels for free if you want to pay one price get the whole thing. That's what I did. That's what I love. That's what I want. But right now the mobile market does not seem to follow suit. They want to be micro death. I don't like the fact that that's what that audience seems to thrive on to say that audience. I'm talking about the broader larger, super blue ocean audience of mobile games that are sitting there and not the smaller fringy community that buys things off the or the Android premium. So every week, which is where I fall. I think Nintendo kinda got burned by their commitment to giving a fair game for a fair price and are gonna have to adapt around this. So I do not intimate. We're gonna pay one price for galley. I think we can expect the kind of unfortunately free to play crap. That was Super Mario model. I had hoped that would point the way forward, which is okay. Download for free. Yeah, play a good chunk of it for free if you want the whole thing, ten bucks, but that's all you have a pie and you good. Yeah. And that is simple. Gonna micrometer death as you say. I like that. Understand it. Ten dollars is a great value for that game. But again, we're living in an age now where the where the the, the ninety, nine

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